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Monday, 13 January 2014 13:15
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LEGAL NOTICE The 2013 Annual Financial Report for Center Township has been completed and is available for review by contacting the Fiscal Officer at 419-348-7964. Jill Foos Center Township Fiscal Officer 17100 Carter Rd Bowling Green, OH 43402 Jan. 13, '14



NOTICE GRAND RAPIDS TOWNSHIP COUNTY OF WOOD The annual financial report for Grand Rapids Township for the year ending December 31, 2013, is complete and available at the office of the Fiscal Officer. Cary Long Fiscal Officer Jan. 13, '14



PUBLIC BID ADVERTISEMENT Sealed bids will be received by the Purchasing Department, 103 Park Avenue Warehouse, Bowling Green State University, Bowling Green, Ohio 43403 for the following Project: Bid # 5992 Project Name: Northwest Ohio Regional Book Depository Reroof Bowling Green State University Bowling Green, Wood County, Ohio 43403 in accordance with the Contract Documents prepared by: Buehrer Group Architecture & Engineering, Inc. 314 Conant Street Maumee, OH 43537 Telephone: (419) 893-9021 Facsimile: (419) 893-9027 Bidders may submit requests for consideration of a proposed Substitution for a specified product, equipment, or service to the Architect/Engineer (“A/E”) no later than 10 days prior to the bid opening. Additional products, equipment, and services may be accepted as approved Substitutions only by written Addendum. From time to time, the Commission issues new editions of the “State of Ohio Standard Requirements for Public Facility Construction” and may issue interim changes. Bidders must submit Bids that comply with the version of the Standard Requirements included in the Contract Documents. Prevailing Wage rates and Equal Employment Opportunity requirements are applicable to this Project. This Project is subject to the State of Ohio's Encouraging Diversity, Growth, and Equity (“EDGE”) Business Development Program. A Bidder is required to submit with its Bid and with its Bidder's Qualifications form, certain information about the certified EDGE Business Enterprise(s) participating on the Project with the Bidder. Refer to Section 6.1.12 of the Instructions to Bidders. The EDGE Participation Goal for the Project is 5.0 percent. The percentage is determined by the contracted value of goods, services, materials, and labor that are provided by EDGE-certified business(es). The participation is calculated on the total amount of each awarded contract. For more information about EDGE, contact the State of Ohio EDGE Certification Office at http://das.ohio.gov/eod, or at its physical location: 4200 Surface Road, Columbus, Ohio 43228-1395; or by telephone at (614) 466-8380. The Bidder may be subject to a Pre-Award Affirmative Action Compliance Review in accordance with Section 123:2-5-01 of the Ohio Administrative Code including a review of the Bidder's employment records and an on-site review. The Bidder must indicate on the Bid Form, the locations where its services will be performed in the spaces provided or by attachment in accordance with the requirements of Executive Order 2011-12K related to providing services only within the United States. Failure to do so may cause the Bid to be rejected as non-responsive. DOMESTIC STEEL USE REQUIREMENTS AS SPECIFIED IN OHIO REVISED CODE SECTION 153.011 APPLY TO THIS PROJECT. COPIES OF OHIO REVISED CODE SECTION 153.011 CAN BE OBTAINED FROM ANY OF THE OFFICES OF THE OHIO FACILITIES CONSTRUCTION COMMISSION. Bidders are encouraged to be enrolled in and to be in good standing in a Drug-Free Safety Program (“DFSP”) approved by the Ohio Bureau of Workers' Compensation (“OBWC”) prior to submitting a Bid and provide, on the Bid Form with its Bid, certain information relative to their enrollment in such a program; and, if awarded a Contract, shall comply with other DFSP criteria described in Section 1.6 of the General Conditions. Bidders entering into a contract greater than $2,000,000 are required to submit their bid information into escrow. Refer to Section 6.1.10 of the Instructions to Bidders. Separate bids will be received in duplicate for: Contractor-Base Bid Estimate General Contract $202,114 Alternate G-1 $135,350 Alternate G-2 $45,000 Until Tuesday, January 21, 2014, at 10:30 a.m., when all bids will be opened and read aloud. All Bidders are strongly encouraged to attend the Pre-Bid Meeting on Friday, January 10, 2014, at 2:00 p.m. until approximately 3:00 p.m., at the following location: Northwest Ohio Regional Book Depository, 1655 North Wilkinson Way, Perrysburg, OH 43551 The Contractor is responsible for scheduling the Project, coordinating the Subcontractors, and providing other services identified in the Contract Documents. Contract Documents are available for purchase from Becker Impressions at 4646 Angola Rd., Toledo, OH 43615, at the non-refundable cost of $40.00 per set, plus shipping, if requested. The Contract Documents may be reviewed for bidding purposes without charge during business hours at the following locations: BGSU Purchasing Department, Dodge Scan (McGraw Hill Construction-Dodge), Builders Exchange, Reed Construction Data at www.reedepr.com, and Construction Bulletin plan rooms. Dec. 27, '13, Jan. 6, 13. '14



PUBLIC NOTICE The City of Bowling Green, Ohio, seeks statements of qualifications from experienced firms to provide specialized professional engineering services for the design and construction of the WPC Grit Removal System Improvements. Sealed proposals for said services will be accepted until 4:30 p.m. on Tuesday, January 28, 2014, local time. Statements received after this deadline will not be considered. As required by the Ohio Revised Code 153.65-73, responding firms will be evaluated and ranked based on the information provided in the SOQ. The City may request interviews with select responding firms for the evaluations. Upon completion of the evaluations, the City will enter into contract negotiations with the firm ranked most qualified. Following this evaluation, the City of Bowling Green, Ohio, will enter into contract negotiations with the most qualified firm. PROJECT NAME: Water Pollution Control - Grit Removal System Improvements LOCATION: City of Bowling Green 304 North Church Street Bowling Green, Ohio 43402 DESCRIPTION: The firm selected will provide surveying, equipment evaluations and recommendations; detailed engineering design; permitting; construction plans, specifications, and contract documents; construction cost estimates and schedules; bidding services; construction management; and inspection for improvements to be made on the Grit Removal System. Respondents will be evaluated in accordance with ORC 153.65-.73 and ranked based on the information provided in the SOQ. The City may elect to hold interviews after reviewing the SOQ's submitted. Upon completion of the evaluation, the City will enter into contract negotiations with the firm ranked most qualified. SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS or RESTRICTIONS: Statements of Qualifications should include information regarding the firm's history; education and experience of owners and key technical personnel; technical expertise of the firm's current staff; the firm's experience in designing similar projects; availability of staff; the firm's equipment and facilities; references; and any previous work performed for the City of Bowling Green, Ohio. Please note the qualified consultant is required to submit Certificates of Insurance providing professional liability and other insurance coverage acceptable to the City upon an award of the contract. A list of the professionals assigned to this project and past experience of each is also requested. Five (5) copies of the Statement of Qualification shall be submitted in a sealed envelope and marked with “Water Pollution Control Grit Removal System Improvements - January 28 @ 4:30 p.m.” This project may be funded, in part, by the Ohio EPA/Ohio Water Development Authority (OWDA) and Ohio Public Works Commission. If you should have any questions or need further information, please contact Mr. Brian P. O'Connell, Utilities Director at (419) 354-6246. CITY OF BOWLING GREEN, OHIO Brian P. O'Connell Utilities Director 304 North Church Street Bowling Green, Ohio 43042 Phone: (419) 354-6246 Jan. 13, 21, '14



NOTICE TO BIDDERS STATE OF OHIO DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION Columbus, Ohio Division of Construction Management Legal Copy Number:140090 Sealed proposals will be accepted from pre-qualified bidders at the ODOT Office of Contracts until 10:00 a.m. on February 6, 2014. Project 140090 is located in Wood County, SR-64-0.00 and is a SIGNALIZATION project. The date set for completion of this work shall be as set forth in the bidding proposal. Plans and Specifications are on file in the Department of Transportation. Jan. 6, 13, '14



PUBLIC NOTICE OEMA & FEMA Weston Township, in conjunction with the Ohio Emergency Management Agency (OEMA) and the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) has applied for a Unified Hazard Mitigation Program Project for the purchase and installation of a tornado warning siren at 21960 US HWY 6, Weston, OH 43569. Under the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA), EO 11988 and EO 11990, public notice is required of any federal action that affect floodplains or wetlands. All necessary permits will be obtained prior to construction and completion of the project. The objectives of the Unified Hazard Mitigation Program are to prevent future losses of lives and property, to implement state or local Hazard Mitigation plans, to enable mitigation measures to be implemented during immediate recovery from disaster, and to provide funding for identified and approved hazard mitigation projects. Public Participation Public participation is encouraged. Interested parties and/or citizens are invited to comment on the project either in writing to: Nicholas Mueller, Acting Regional Environmental Officer FEMA Region V 536 South Clark Street, 6th Floor Chicago, IL 60605 Or comments may be directed via e-mail to Mr. Mueller: Nicholas.Mueller@fema. dhs.gov The Weston Township Board of Trustees meet on the second Monday evening of each month at 7:30 PM. The Township Administrative Building is located at 14024 Van Tassel Road, and the mailing address is PO Box 332, Weston, OH 43569 Trustee Dan Weaver may be reached by phone at 419-308-5005, Trustee Bruce Dewese may be reached at 419-265-7924, Trustee Randy Tolles may be reached at 419-356-7806, and Fiscal Officer Stan Bucksky may be reached at 419-575-2858. Jan. 13, 27, '14



NOTICE Village of Weston – Ordinances passed on 1/8/14: 2014-1: 2014 Temporary Appropriations (totaling $233,382.50) 2014-2: Wood Co Public Defender Agreement for 2014 2014-3: Farmers & Merchants banking authorization for 12/16/13-12/31/14 Full copies of these ordinances are available at the Village Hall and at we stonohio.org. Jan. 13, 21,' 14



NOTICE The council of the Village of Millbury has rescheduled their regular council meeting set for Monday, January 20, 2014 to Wednesday, January 22, 2014 at 6:30 p.m. This meeting will be held in the council chambers at the village administration office located at 28430 Main St., Millbury, Ohio. Gretchen Densic Clerk/Treasureer Village of Millbury Jan. 13, '14



SCHOLARSHIPS AVAILABLE TO LOCAL SENIORS THROUGH BOWLING GREEN MUNICIPAL UTILITIES BOWLING GREEN - Local graduating seniors are eligible to apply for $2,000 one-time American Municipal Power (AMP) scholarships through Bowling Green Municipal Utilities. Scholarship materials have been distributed to Bowling Green High School and Otsego High School. Scholarship applications must be submitted to Bowling Green Municipal Utilities no later than January 30, 2014. The scholarships honor two distinguished Ohio public power leaders - Lyle B. Wright, a longtime public power advocate from Bowling Green, and Richard H. Gorsuch, AMP-Ohio president from 1983-1987. Lyle B. Wright Scholarships are awarded to graduating high school seniors whose households receive electricity from Bowling Green Municipal Utilities or other AMP member community. Richard H. Gorsuch Scholarships are awarded to graduating seniors whose parents or guardians, or the students themselves, are employed by an AMP member municipal electric system. Bowling Green Municipal Utilities will select local nominees for each scholarship and forward them to AMP for consideration. Nominees must have cumulative grade point averages of 3.0 or greater on a 4.0 scale, and must write essays on an assigned public power topic. Finalists are selected based on essay scores. Scholarships will be awarded in the spring of 2014 based on grade point average, personal achievements, personal interview and knowledge of public power. More than $240,000 has been presented to college-bound high school seniors since the scholarship program began in 1988. Interested students may contact the guidance counselors at Bowling Green High School and Otsego High School, or the City of Bowling Green at 419-354-6246 for additional information. Jan. 13, 21, '14



PUBLIC NOTICE The City of Bowling Green, Ohio, seeks statements of qualifications from experienced firms to provide specialized professional engineering services for the design and construction of multiple Water Treatment Plant Improvements Projects. Sealed proposals for said services will be accepted until 4:30 p.m. on Tuesday, January 28, 2014, local time. Statements received after this deadline will not be considered. As required by the Ohio Revised Code 153.65-73, responding firms will be evaluated and ranked based on the information provided in the SOQ. The City does not intend to hold interviews. Upon completion of the evaluations, the City will enter into contract negotiations with the firm ranked most qualified. Following this evaluation, the City of Bowling Green, Ohio, will enter into contract negotiations with the most qualified firm. PROJECT NAME: Water Treatment Plant Improvement Projects LOCATION: City of Bowling Green 304 North Church Street Bowling Green, Ohio 43402 DESCRIPTION: The firm selected will provide surveying, equipment evaluations and recommendations; detailed engineering design; permitting; construction plans, specifications, and contract documents; construction cost estimates; schedules; bidding services; construction management; and inspection for the following projects. Sludge / Backwash Pump Station - Upgrade the existing pump station to accommodate the existing and future flows and eliminate overflows. Upgrades will likely include increasing pumping capacity, add variable frequency drives, controls, and alarms. Remove any existing flows to the pump station that can be eliminated or routed to storm water sources. Additional wet well capacity may also be needed. Rapid Sand Filters - Upgrade and replace the existing rapid sand filter under drains and filter media. Fluoride System - Add a new fluoride feed system in a new building addition, next to the GAC building, at the end of the treatment process and include automated controls. Convert the existing fluoride feed system to a ferric coagulant storage tank including necessary equipment and piping. Conventional Treatment Plant Quick Mix - Modify the existing Quick Mix units and tanks to provide optimal detention time and chemical mixing. Conventional Treatment Plant Electrical Upgrades - Replace the main circuit breaker/switch gear and cabling, remove existing diesel generator that is no longer in service, and replace existing lighting with energy efficient lighting. Monitoring and Automation Controls - Add a new chlorine monitoring point at the end of the treatment process to eliminate reporting delays and improve the accuracy of the chlorine feed rate. In the Conventional Treatment Plant, upgrade control equipment, flow meters, and instrumentation throughout the plant. Also in the Conventional Treatment Plant, add automation equipment where possible for processes that are currently performed manually. The selected firm will work with City staff to ensure the finished projects meet all expectations. Where it is advantageous, two or more of the projects may be combined into one construction contract. Careful planning and scheduling will help to reduce impacts to the WTP operations. Modifications to the WTP SCADA system may be necessary for some of the work. SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS or RESTRICTIONS: Statements of Qualifications should include information regarding the firm's history; education and experience of owners and key technical personnel; technical expertise of the firm's current staff; the firm's experience in designing similar projects; availability of staff; the firm's equipment and facilities; references; and any previous work performed for the City of Bowling Green, Ohio. Please note the qualified consultant is required to submit Certificates of Insurance providing professional liability and other insurance coverage acceptable to the City upon an award of the contract. A list of the professionals assigned to this project and past experience of each is also requested. Five (5) copies of the Statement of Qualification shall be submitted in a sealed envelope and marked with “Water Treatment Plant Improvements - January 28 @ 4:30 p.m.” This project may be funded, in part, by the Ohio EPA/Ohio Water Development Authority (OWDA) and Ohio Public Works Commission (OPWC). If you should have any questions or need further information, please contact Mr. Brian P. O'Connell, Utilities Director at (419) 354-6246. CITY OF BOWLING GREEN, OHIO Brian P. O'Connell Utilities Director 304 North Church Street Bowling Green, Ohio 43042 Phone: (419) 354-6246 Jan. 13, 21, '14 #



 

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