The Great Basin Unified Air Pollution Control District is requesting bids for a Window Unit Air Conditioner. Bids will be accepted until 2:00 pm on October 8, 1993. Bids may be delivered or FAXed to the District office at 157 Short Street, Bishop, California 93514, FAX (619) 872-6109, TEL (619) 872-8211. Verbal bids will not be accepted.

Questions should be directed to Mr. Ted Schade at (619) 872-8211.


Item: Window Unit Air Conditioner

Size: To fit double hung window space 40" wide by 24" high

Power: 12,000 BtuH

Voltage: 115 volts

Maximum Running Amperage: 15 amps

Minimum Air Flow: 250 cubic feet per minute

Features: 2-speed fan (minimum)

Adjustable thermostat

4 ft power cord (minimum)

Warranty: Minimum 5-years on sealed system and 1-year on all other parts

Other: Must comply with California energy code requirements


Company Name:____________________________________________________________



Total Bid Price delivered to District's Bishop office, including sales tax:


Delivery Date:_______________________________________________________________

Signature:_________________________________ Date:_____________________________







157 Short Street

Bishop, CA 93514

BIDS WILL BE OPENED: Monday, March 29, 1993 at 2:00 p.m.

Prices will be quoted FOB Destination unless otherwise stated. Make your bid or quotations in the space provided on the attached sheets.

IMPORTANT: Bid must be sealed with bid number as indicated above on the outside of envelope. Read the Instructions and Conditions before making your Bid or Quotation. References to "District" in this document shall mean the Great Basin Unified Air Pollution Control District.


1. All prices and notations must be typewritten or written in ink. No erasures are permitted. Mistakes may be crossed out with corrections made adjacent and initialed in ink by the person signing the quotation.

2. State the brand or make on each item. If you are quoting on the articles exactly as specified, the words "or equal" must be stricken out by the bidder and initialed. If you are quoting on another make, model, or brand, the manufacturer's name and catalog number must be given with descriptive information and attached to the quotations.

3. Quote on each item separately. Prices should be stated in units specified herein.

4. Each quotation must be in a separately sealed envelope with bid number on the outside. It must be submitted to the District's Bishop Office, not later than the hour and day specified herein, at which time it will be publicly opened and read.

5. Time of delivery is a part of the consideration and MUST BE stated in definite terms and adhered to. If the time varies on different items, the bidder shall so state.

6. Terms of less than 10 days for cash discount will be considered as net.

7. All quotations must be signed with the Firm's name and by a responsible officer or employee. Obligations assumed by such signature must be fulfilled.

8. No charge for packing, drayage, or for any other purpose will be allowed over and above the prices quoted on this sheet.

9. Contracts and/or purchase orders will be made or entered into with the lowest responsible bidder meeting the specifications. Where more than one item is specified, the District reserves the right to determine the low bidder either on the basis of individual items or on the basis of all items included in the Instructions and Conditions.

10. The right is reserved, unless otherwise stated, to accept or reject any or all quotations or any part thereof, either separately or as a whole, or to waive any informality in a bid.

11. Samples of items, when required, must be furnished free of expense to the District. If not destroyed by tests will, upon request, be returned at the bidder's expense.

12. In case of default by the vendor, the District may procure the articles or service from other sources.

13. Cost of transportation, handling, and/or inspection on deliveries or offers for delivery which do not meet the specifications will be for the account of the vendor.

14. The vendor shall hold the District, its officers, agents, servants and employees, harmless from liability of any nature or kind on account of use of any copyrighted or uncopyrighted composition, secret process, patented or unpatented invention, article, or appliance furnished or used under this quotation.

15. The vendor will not be held liable for failure or delay in fulfillment if hindered or prevented by fire, strikes, or Acts of God.

16. Verify your quotations before submission as they cannot be withdrawn or corrected, after being opened.

17. Return all sheets of the bid package whether or not you quote a price. If you do not quote, state your reason or your name may be removed from the mailing list.

18. Amounts paid for transportation of property to the District are exempt from Federal Transportation Tax. An exemption certificate is not required where the shipping papers show the consignee as the Great Basin Unified Air Pollution Control District, as such papers may be accepted by the carrier as proof of the exempt character of the equipment.



We (I) hereby agree to furnish the articles and/or services, at the prices and terms stated, subject to the Instructions and Conditions set forth in this bid.

COMPANY NAME _______________________________________

STREET ADDRESS ______________________________________

CITY AND STATE __________________________ ZIP ________

PHONE NO._____________________________________________

BY ______________________________________________________

SIGNATURE ____________________________________________

DATED AT ______________________________________________

ON _______________________________, 19_____________

Specifications for Bid Number 93-1

Great Basin Unified Air Pollution Control District

Request for Bids for Motor Vehicle

Vehicle type: Compact Size Pickup Truck

Model year: 1993

General Description: Four-wheel Drive, Extended-Cab

Detailed Specifications:

Minimum wheelbase = 115 inches

Minimum total length = 190 inches

Minimum horsepower = 145

Minimum torque = 175 ft-lbs

Minimum inside bed length = 72 inches

Minimum ground clearance = 9.0 inches

Maximum turn circle diameter = 46 feet

Minimum payload = 1400 lbs

Minimum highway range* = 300 miles

Tow specifications:

Minimum trailer weight: 3500 lbs Minimum tongue load: 350 lbs

*Note: Highway range will be calculated by multiplying the fuel tank capacity by the EPA estimated highway miles per gallon fuel efficiency.

Vehicle shall come equipped with:

5-speed manual overdrive transmission

2-speed transfer case (manual or automatic)

Power steering

Power brakes

Front and rear bumpers

Plastic bed-liner

Full-size spare tire

Class II towing hitch

Cruise control

Air conditioning



Tinted glass

AM/FM/Cassette Radio

Floor mats

Special Requirement: The vehicle must have an overall frequency of repair "Trouble Index" rating of "Average" or above for the most recent model year rated in the 1993 edition of Consumer Reports' Buying Guide. A copy of this publication will be available for review at the District's Bishop office during the bid period.

Bid Form for Bid Number 93-1

Great Basin Unified Air Pollution Control District

Request for Bids for Motor Vehicle

Name of Bidder:________________________________________________________

Vehicle Brand:___________________________________________________________

Vehicle Model:___________________________________________________________

Option or Accessory Package(s):___________________________________________


Total Vehicle Price Delivered to District's Bishop Office Excluding Tax and License

Amounts: $_______________________________(Figures)


___________________________Dollars and_______________________Cents (Words)

Delivery Date:___________________________________ (Delivery date may be stated in terms of days after award of bid by District)






1993 Compact Pickup Truck

4x4, Extended Cab

The Clerk of the Board is requesting bids for a 1993 compact sized, four-wheel drive, extended cab pickup truck.

Sealed bids will be accepted until 2:00 p.m. on March 29, 1993, at which time all bids received will be opened.

For detailed specifications, bid information and special requirements, contact the Clerk of the Board by telephone at (619) 872-8211 or in person or by mail at 157 Short Street, Bishop, California 93514.

Publications: Inyo Register and Review Herald

Publication Dates: March 14, 17 and 19, 1993







February 1993

157 SHORT STREET, SUITE 6, BISHOP, CA 93514 Phone: (619) 872-8211


Request for Proposals

Mono Basin PM-10 State Implementation Plan Development

Table of Contents

Cover Letter

Request For Proposals

A. Introduction

B. Background

C. Project Objectives

D. Scope of Work

E. Project Funding and Duration

F. Schedule

Instructions and Conditions

A. General Conditions

1. Special Eligibility Requirements

2. Pre-Contractual Expenses

3. Authority to Withdraw RFP

4. Pricing Approach

5. Right to Reject Proposals

6. Proposal Evaluation Criteria

B. Proposal Format and Content

1. Cover Letter

2. Background and Approach

3. Work Plan

4. Project Organization and Staffing

5. Related Experience

6. Project Schedule

7. Technical Writing/Data Analysis Samples

8. Cost Data

9. Statement of Compliance

10. Nondiscrimination Statement

C. Insurance Coverage

D. Conformance with Conflict of Interest Code

Sample Contract

February 1, 1993

Request for Proposals

Mono Basin PM-10 State Implementation Plan Development

Interested Parties:

The Great Basin Unified Air Pollution Control District (Great Basin) is interested in receiving proposals from consultants with offices in Inyo or Mono Counties for assistance in the development of an air quality management plan to control dust emissions from the exposed playa surrounding Mono Lake in Mono County, California. Details of the work to be performed are described in the attached Request for Proposals (RFP). The RFP contains background information about Great Basin and its efforts at Mono Lake, objectives of the proposed project, scope of work, schedule and RFP instructions.

Great Basin Point of Contact

The sole source of contact regarding this RFP is Great Basin's Projects Manager, Theodore D. Schade. Individuals or firms interested in submitting a proposal are asked not to contact other members of Great Basin's staff in connection with the RFP prior to the announcement of the consultant selected.

Proposals and all written inquires related to this RFP are to be submitted to the following address:

Theodore D. Schade

Projects Manager

Great Basin UAPCD

157 Short Street, Suite 6

Bishop, California 93514

Proposal Closing Date:

Three copies of each bidder's proposal must be received by Great Basin not later than 5:00 pm on February 26, 1993. All proposals must be delivered to the above address. Proposals delivered after this time will not be accepted or considered.

Proposals will become part of the official files of Great Basin and cannot be returned.


Theodore D. Schade

Projects Manager


Great Basin Unified Air Pollution Control District

Request For Proposals

Mono Basin PM-10 State Implementation Plan Development

A. Introduction

Great Basin is seeking proposals from qualified consultants to assist with the development of an air quality management plan to control the dust emissions from the exposed playa around Mono Lake in Mono County, California. The plan is intended to be used as the State Implementation Plan (SIP) for the Mono Basin PM-10 planning area. Assistance shall include, but not be limited to: summarizing air quality and soil erosion data, researching and summarizing the air quality related information for the SIP and ultimately writing the SIP under the direction of the Deputy Air Pollution Control Officer. Presented below is a brief background, the objectives of the proposed project, a scope of work and a schedule.

B. Background

Recent ambient air monitoring for PM-10 (particulate matter less than 10 microns nominal aerodynamic diameter) has shown that violations of the Federal PM-10 National Ambient Air Quality Standard (Standard) occur in the area around Mono Lake. These violations are caused by wind blown dust that is generated from the exposed lakebed around Mono Lake. In December 1992, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) gave notice to the Governor of California that the U.S. EPA intended to designate the Mono Basin as a non-attainment area for the federal PM-10 Standard. With this designation the U.S. EPA will require the State to submit a SIP for the Mono Basin that will assess the source of the violations and will propose a solution that will bring the area into attainment with the PM-10 standard as soon as practicable.

C. Project Objectives

1. Summarize meteorological and ambient air quality data.

2. Assess the source areas for PM-10 dust production.

3. Determine the effects of control methods on PM-10 production and the associated impact on air quality.

4. Write a SIP suitable for adoption.

D. Scope of Work

The consultant shall work under the direction of the Deputy Air Pollution Control Officer (DAPCO). All assignments shall be approved by the DAPCO prior to implementation. Information and reports from tasks 1 through 3 are intended to be used in the draft SIP in task 4.

Task 1: Summarize meteorological and ambient air quality data for inclusion in the SIP.

The objective of this task is to determine the relative frequency of high wind events that could cause a dust storm at Mono Lake and a violation of the PM-10 standard. Data will be provided by Great Basin in a computer format suitable for a computer spreadsheet or data base.

Task 2: Assess PM-10 source areas.

The objective of this task is summarize the available information on the source areas for PM-10 production, including locations, size, frequency of blowable emissions, and erosion rates. We estimate there will be 5 data collection periods (dust storms) to summarize. Maps and reports will be provided by Great Basin.

Task 3: Determine the effects of control techniques on PM-10 dust production and the impact on the air quality.

This task will include summarizing and, if necessary, refining the results from the air quality modeling that is being performed to assess the impact of the wind blown dust on the ambient PM-10 concentrations and determining the reduction due to increased lake levels. A modeling report which will be completed under another contract will be provided by Great Basin.

Task 4: Write the Mono Basin PM-10 SIP.

The contractor shall draft the PM-10 SIP in accordance with the requirements of the federal Clean Air Act. To help ensure completeness of the SIP, the contractor shall work with the DAPCO to develop an outline prior to writing the draft SIP.

E. Project Funding and Duration

It is the District's intention to adopt the PM-10 SIP by December 31, 1993. Currently, funds are available for this project through June 30, 1993. If funding becomes available to continue the effort after June 30, the contract may be extended to continue efforts and complete the SIP by the end of 1993.

F. Schedule

The following are the key dates in the effort to award a contract for the proposed project to the most qualified consultant:

February 1, 1993 RFPs sent out and made available to consultants.

February 26, 1993 Six copies of proposals due by 5:00 pm.

March 3, 1993 "Short list" consultants notified of interview.

March 9, 1993 "Short list" interviews.

March 11, 1993 Most qualified consultant selected.

March 17, 1993 Consultant executes contract.

March 24, 1993 Great Basin Board approves contract.

Instructions and Conditions

The following instructions and conditions apply to this RFP:

A. General Conditions

1. Special Eligibility Requirements

Due to the fact that the successful consultant will be working closely with the Deputy Air Pollution Control Officer and will be functioning as a member of Great Basin staff, only consultants with offices in Inyo or Mono Counties will be considered for this project.

2. Pre-Contractual Expenses

Pre-contractual expenses are defined as expenses incurred by proposers in:

* Preparing a proposal in response to this RFP.

* Submitting that proposal to Great Basin.

* Participating in the consultant selection process.

* Negotiating with Great Basin any matter related to this RFP, proposal and/or contractual agreement.

Great Basin shall not, in any event, be liable for any pre-contractual expenses incurred by any proposer. In addition, no proposer shall include any such expenses as part of the price proposed to conduct the proposed project.

3. Authority to Withdraw RFP and/or Not Award Contract

Great Basin reserves the right to withdraw this RFP at any time without prior notice. Further, Great Basin makes no representations that any agreement will be awarded to any proposer responding to this RFP. Great Basin expressly reserves the right to postpone or cancel the consideration of proposals for its own convenience without indicating any reasons for such postponement or cancellation.

4. Pricing Approach

Great Basin intends to award an hourly rate/not to exceed total amount contract for the conduct of this project. In no event shall Great Basin pay an amount in excess of the dollar value negotiated in the contractual agreement with the successful consultant.

5. Right to Reject Proposals

Great Basin reserves the right to reject any or all proposals submitted without indicating any reasons for such rejection. Any award made for this engagement will be made to the consultant that, in the opinion of Great Basin, is best qualified to conduct the project.

6. Proposal Evaluation Criteria

Proposals will be evaluated on the basis of their response to all provisions of this RFP. Great Basin may use some or all of the following criteria in its evaluation and comparison of proposals submitted. The criteria listed are not necessarily an all-inclusive list. The order that they appear is not intended to indicate their relative importance:

a. Consultant's responsiveness to the requirements of the project as set forth in the RFP.

b. A demonstrated understanding of the RFP, especially the project scope of work.

c. The consultant's recent experience in conducting projects of similar scope, complexity and magnitude.

d. The quality and quantity of personnel assigned to the project, including educational background, work experience and directly related recent consulting experience.

e. The organizational structure of the proposed project team.

f. The financial stability of the consultant.

g. Recent references from local clients.

h. The proposed project schedule.

B. Proposal Format and Content

Proposals should be typed and as brief as possible. They should not include any elaborate or unnecessary promotional material. The following order and content of proposal sections should be adhered to by each consultant.

1. Cover Letter

A brief cover letter should summarize key elements of the consultant's proposal. The letter must be signed by an individual authorized to bind the consultant. The letter must stipulate that the proposed price will be valid for a period of at least 90 days. Indicate the address and telephone number of the consultant's office located nearest to Bishop, California, and the office from which the project will be managed.

2. Background and Approach

The Background and Approach Section should describe your understanding of Great Basin, the work to be done, and the objectives to be accomplished by the proposed project.

3. Work Plan

Describe the sequential work tasks you plan to carry out in accomplishing this project. Indicate all key deliverables and their contents. Identify the frequency and location of proposed progress meetings and/or progress reports.

4. Project Organization and Staffing

Describe your approach and methods for managing the project. Provide an organization chart showing all proposed project team members. Describe the responsibilities of each person on the project team. Identify the Project Director and/or Manager and the person who will be the key contact with Great Basin. Indicate how many hours each team member will devote to the project by task, along with a statement indicating the availability of the members of the project team for the duration of the project. Include resumes for each member of the project team. Include information and staff support required from Great Basin personnel.

5. Related Experience

Describe recent, directly related experience. Include on each listing the name of the client; description of the work done; primary client contact, address and telephone number; dates for the project; name of the Project Director and/or Manager and members of the proposed project team who worked on the project, as well as their respective responsibilities.

At least three references should be included. For each reference, indicate the reference's name, organization affiliation, title, complete mailing address and telephone number. Great Basin reserves the right to contact any of the organizations or individuals listed.

6. Project Schedule

Provide a schedule for completing each task in the work program, including deadlines for preparing all project deliverables.

7. Technical Writing/Data Analysis Samples

Bound separately from the base proposal, provide at least one example of past technical writing and data analysis efforts. The samples do not need to be directly related to the type of work being proposed; they should provide some indication of the consultant's writing and data analysis abilities. Only one copy of these samples need be submitted.

8. Cost Data

In a separate, sealed envelope, marked with the consultant's name, project name and the words "Cost Proposal", indicate the hourly rates of each person that will work on the project. In addition, by task, indicate the total lump sum cost for which you will conduct the project. Identify by project team member: name, classification, hourly rate and the number of hours each member will spend on each work task. Indicate separately, total cost for fees and expenses, including any proposed fee discount. Only one copy of the cost proposal is required. Cost proposals for consultants not selected will be returned, unopened.

9. Statement of Compliance

Consultants must submit a Statement of Compliance with all parts of the Request for Proposal and Draft Agreement terms and conditions (attached), or a listing of exceptions and suggested changes, along with a description of any cost implications or schedule changes the exceptions and/or changes cause. The Statement of Compliance must declare either:

A. This proposal is in strict compliance with the Request for Proposal and Draft Agreement and no exceptions to either are proposed; or

B. This proposal is in strict compliance with the Request for Proposal and Draft Agreement except for the items listed.

For each exception and/or suggested change, the consultant must include:

1. The suggested change in the RFP or rewording of the contractual obligations.

2. Reasons for submitting the proposed exception or change.

3. Any impact the change or exception may have on project costs, scheduling or other considerations.

10. Nondiscrimination Statement

Consultant agrees that in carrying out its responsibilities under this agreement, and in particular with regard to the employment of persons and sub-contractors working on the project, it will not discriminate on the basis of race, color, creed, national origin, religion, sex, age, or handicap. In the event any of the work performed by consultant hereunder is sub-contracted to another person or firm, sub-contract shall contain a similar provision.

C. Insurance Coverage

Prior to commencement of any project activities, consultant is to secure worker's compensation insurance, so as to be in compliance with State statutes. In addition, consultant shall secure comprehensive general liability insurance, including auto and contractual liability coverage, in an amount not less than $1 million.

D. Conformance with Conflict of Interest Code

The Political Reform Act (Government Code Section 81000, et seq.) may require some consultants retained by Great Basin to comply with certain provisions of Great Basin's conflict of interest code. Prior to execution of a contract to perform the requested work, the Air Pollution Control Officer will make a determination as to which individuals, if any, are required to comply with disclosure requirements. Copies of Great Basin's conflict of interest code can be obtained by contacting the Projects Manager.




Ellen Hardebeck

Control Officer


157 Short Street s Bishop, California 93514 s (619) 872-8211 s fax (619) 872-6109

October 5, 1993

TO: Owens Lake Advisory Group Members and Interested Parties

SUBJECT: Owens Lake Advisory Group Meeting and Request for Proposals

You are invited to participate in the fall meeting of the Owens Lake Advisory Group, to be held on Thursday, December 9 and Friday December 10.

The meeting on Thursday, December 9 will consist of presentations and will be held in the Inyo County Supervisors' Board Room in Independence. Some of the topics we anticipate discussing at this meeting are: the status of the District's dust mitigation testing, including the flood irrigation project, the status of Lake Mineral's soda ash project and the status of UC Davis' sand fence and aerosol projects. In addition, we will also discuss potential projects for the 1994-1995 fiscal year, which starts July 1, 1994.

On Friday, December 10 there will be a tour of Owens Lake. Tentative sites to be visited include the District's flood irrigation project site and UC Davis' sand fence test site.

Members of the advisory group, as well as any other interested parties, are welcome to make presentations of past work and present proposals for new work. This notice is to be considered a request for proposals for work to be conducted in fiscal year 1994-1995. Proposals should be for work that will contribute to the solution of the fugitive dust problem on Owens Lake. All proposals shall be in writing and should be attached to the enclosed proposal submittal form. See the enclosed form for additional information.

If you would like to make a presentation or submit a proposal, please contact me by Friday, November 5. Written proposals should be submitted by Friday, November 19. An agenda will be sent out the week prior to the meeting. Please call me if you have any questions. I am looking forward to seeing you on December 9 and 10.


Duane M. Ono

Deputy Air Pollution Control Officer


This form is to be used to submit proposals for Owens Lake fugitive dust mitigation projects to be funded in fiscal year 1994-1995 (July 1, 1994 to June 30, 1995).

The Great Basin Unified Air Pollution Control District (District) is interested in receiving proposals from interested contractors for assistance in the development of an air quality management plan to control fugitive dust emissions from Owens Dry Lake.

Proposals should clearly specify how the proposed work will aid in the development of the solution to the fugitive dust problem. Proposals should contain enough detail to allow the District to determine the type and amount of work to be performed, the products to be furnished and the estimated cost to accomplish the work. Specifically proposals should include: a cover letter summarizing the proposal, a work plan, project organization and staffing, work products, related experience, project schedule and project cost.

The District Board will approve the final list of projects to be funded based on: a demonstrated understanding of the Owens Lake fugitive dust problem, applicability of the proposed work to the development of a solution to the problem, applicability of the proposed work to the District's current mitigation efforts, scientific soundness of the proposed work and available funding.

All proponents approved for funding will be required to provide insurance coverage and enter into a contract with the District to perform the work. On request, the District can provide interested proponents with a copy of the District's standard contract.

Proponent's Name:



Project Title:

Project Description:

Project Description (Cont.):

Project Start Date:

Project Finish Date:

Project Cost (Amount of funding requested):

Note: Three copies of the written proposal should be attached to this form and

submitted to the District by Friday, November 19, 1993.

Signature: Date:








Inyo County, California

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Board of Directors of GREAT BASIN UNIFIED AIR POLLUTION CONTROL DISTRICT (herein called "Owner") invites and will receive sealed bids up to the hour of

10:00 a.m. on Thursday July 1, 1993,

at the office of the Owner, 157 Short Street, Bishop, CA 93514, (619) 872-8211, for furnishing to said Owner of all transportation, materials, equipment, labor, services, permits, utilities, and all other items, (except those, if any, specifically to be provided by Owner) necessary to furnish and install said Owens Lake Reclamation Project Flood Irrigation Test Pipeline and Spreading System (System). At said time bids will be publicly opened by the Air Pollution Control Officer and read aloud.

Bids shall conform to and be responsive to the contract documents heretofore approved by the Owner and any addenda thereto issued prior to date of bid opening.

Copies of the contract documents are on file and may be examined in, or obtained from, the office of the Owner. There is a fee required in the amount of $10.00 to obtain a Bid Package.

A Pre-Bid Conference will be held at 10:00 a.m. on Thursday, June 17, 1993 at the Owner's Keeler field office in Keeler, California, to review the details of construction. A field trip to Owens Lake to inspect the location will immediately follow the office meeting. Please contact the Owner's Project Manager in the Bishop Office for directions.

Each bid shall be submitted on a form furnished as part of the contract documents and be accompanied by a cashier's check, a certified check or a bidder's bond in the amount not less that 10% of the bid amount, made payable to the Owner. In addition to the original completed Bid Form bound in the Specifications and Contract Documents, the bidder shall furnish five (5) copies of the completed Bid Form (pages 1-8 through 1-17) with the original bound copy. Each bid or proposal shall be sealed and filed with the Owner's Clerk of the Board on or before the time of bid opening. The bidder's bond or check shall be given as a guarantee that the bidder will enter into a contract with the Owner and furnish required payment and performance bonds and certificates of insurance and endorsements if awarded the work, and will be declared forfeited if the acceptable low bidder refuses to enter into said contract or furnish required bonds or certificates of insurance and endorsements within 15 days after the Notice of Award. All bonds and certificates of insurance and endorsements shall be on forms furnished as a part of the contract documents.

The Owner reserves the right to reject any and all bids, and to waive any and all irregularity in any bid. If more than one schedule of bids is provided, the Owner reserves the right to select schedules under which the bids are compared and the contract awarded.

If the Owner, for any reason, rejects any and all bids, no bidder shall have the right to proceed against Owner for any costs incurred by the bidders in preparing for or submitting the bids.

The Owner is a public agency. All laws applicable to its contracts are to be a part of the contract to the same extent as though set forth therein. Any Contractor awarded a contract by Owner in excess of $15,000.00 must file a payment bond with Owner.

The Director of Department of Industrial Relations has determined the general prevailing rate of per diem wages and general prevailing rate for legal holiday and overtime work in the locality in which said work is to be performed for each craft, classification or type of worker needed. Not less than the determined rates shall be paid to all workers employed in the performance of the contract.

Such Rates of Wages are on file with the Department of Industrial Relations and are available to any interested party upon request.




_______________________________________ Board Chairman