On Gravel. - Under this item the Contractor shall reset to the proper fine and grade such portions of the old curbing as ordered. If necessary, the ends shall be redressed so as to make a joint not exceeding one-quarter (1/4) inch for a depth of ten (10) inches from the top. The curbs shall be reset on at least two (2) inches of well-packed gravel and the filling behind the curb shall be thoroughly rammed. All sidewalks disturbed by resetting curbs shall be repaired in the same manner and to the same extent as provided for new granite curbs.

The price bid per lineal foot shall include all work as above specified.

On Concrete. - Under this item the Contractor shall reset to the proper line and grade such portions of the old curbing as ordered. If necessary, the ends shall be redressed so as to make a joint not exceeding one-quarter (1/4) inch for a depth of ten (10) inches from the top. The curbs shall be reset on two (2) mounds or soft concrete about six (6) inches high, or on two (2) stone blocks aix (6) inches thick and not over nine (9) inches square and then tamped to line and grade. The balance of the space under the curb will be filled with concrete, well tamped to afford a solid bearing. Additional concrete will then be deposited back of the curb to a depth of eight (8) inches and will be well tamped and spaded. After the concrete has set, the balance of the space to the top of the curb will be filled with fine earth well tamped. Class III Concrete will be used for curb setting.

Payment . - The price bid per lineal foot shall include all work and material necessary for the resetting and redressing of the curb as above specified.