More than a million-dollars in bids were approved by the Horicon City Council to build a new well on property recently purchased near the high school. The city needed to approve the bids prior to October 1st so they can be eligible to receive possible grant funding for the projects. The council also awarded two other bids. The first is for about $547,000 for the complete reconstruction of Maple Street and other second was for $451,000 to relocate the Rice Street Lift Station. Clerk Treasurer Dave Pasewald says both of those projects are contingent upon the city gaining funding.