2011-08-17 / Legal Notices

LEGAL NOTICES for August 17, 2011

The Town of Putnam Valley (“The Town”) is soliciting bids for the compaction, transport and disposal of municipal solid waste collected from residents and deposited at the Town Transfer Station.   The Town requires compaction, transportation and disposal services and respondents will bid on the compaction, transportation or on the disposal, or on combined compaction, transport and disposal. Disposal must be at a resource recovery facility or at a landfill which satisfies the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (“RCRA”),the successful bidder shall indemnify the Town and hold it harmless against any present and future liability under (i) Federal, State, or Local laws, rules or regulations and (ii) judicial or administrative interpretation thereof, including any judicial or administrative orders including, but not limited to, liability under CERCLA (Superfund). All bids must be firm prices on a per-ton basis. Failure to provide all information or providing false or misleading information will be grounds for disqualification of the bid or the termination, at the Town’s sole discretion, of any contractual relationship subsequently formed pursuant to this invitation for bids. 
This invitation for bids is for services for the calendar year 2012. The Town intends to establish a one-year contact with a disposal facility and will use the responses to this RFQ to help identify that facility. Thus, the Town Board will pay particular attention to responses that offer the potential to extend the services at well-defined prices. The Town Board is convinced that new waste to energy facilities can provide viable long-term contracts. The Town Board is aware that landfills eventually fill up and that the liability of their environmental problems can fall on all the generators that contributed. Thus, the Board will review with caution those bidders that utilize a landfill for disposal.
Sealed proposals for the compaction, transport and/or disposal of waste will be received by the Town Clerk of the Town of Putnam Valley until 2:00 pm, September 6, 2011 at the Town Hall, 265 Oscawana Lake Road, Putnam Valley, NY 10579. 
Contract documents may be examined at the office of the Town Clerk and bidders may obtain drawings and specifications for the Transfer Station. 
The basis for bid evaluation and contact award is described in subsequent sections of this RFQ. Rejected bidders will be notified within 30 days and bid bonds will be returned. The Town deserves the right to reject all proposals and advertise for new proposals.
Eileen Royael,
Town Clerk
Dated 8/17/2011
County of Putnam
Local Law #13 of 2011
LOCAL LAW #13- Amend Section 140-9.2 of Article IX/Putnam County Code/ Entitled “Required Contract Clauses”
This Local Law amends Section 140-9.2 of the Putnam County Code, by requiring that, in connection with new contracts, contract amendments and contract-related change orders, the most current Federal Transit Administration (FTA) required clauses and procedures, and any subsequent amendments thereto, be followed in all contracts funded in part by FTA, and further requiring that the FTA website be checked regularly prior to procurements to insure that these most current clauses and procedures are incorporated into County bid documents.
Please Note: A Copy of the Local Law can be found on the Putnam County Website on the Legislature Page and are also available at the office of the Clerk of the Putnam County Legislature.
The Village of Cold Spring Historic District Review Board will hold a public hearing on the following applications on Wednesday, August 31, 2011 at 8:00 pm in the Village Hall, 85 Main St., Cold Spring.
H. Stephens & M. Koch, 3 Maple Terr. – alterations, addition
Putnam County Historical Soc., 63 Chestnut Street – shelter for Parrott cannon
The proposed drawings will be available at the Village Hall for public review. All interested parties are encouraged to attend and be heard.
Dated August 11, 2011
Al Zgolinski, Chairman
Village of Cold Spring HDRB


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