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Grand Prix road work costs still increasing
Grand Prix road work costs still increasing

Nearly a year after the last race car whizzed down Baltimore's streets, road work for the Grand Prix Indycar race is still costing the city money.  On Wednesday, city officials are set to authorize a $485,000 payment to P. Flanigan & Sons Inc. for road work done in 2011 and 2012 for the Baltimore Grand Prix.  The company's road work ended up being more expensive than anticipated, but city transportation officials didn't immediately bring the increased costs to the board.  Adrienne Barnes, spokeswoman for the city's transporation department, said officials there reviewed the cost increases to make sure they were justified before submitting a request...