Linwood is seeking bids for a liquor license, according to an announcement on the city’s website on Thursday.Interested parties are required to pre-register at least seven days before Oct. 27, when sealed bids will be received at 11am at Linwood City Hall. The minimum bid is $250,000. Further details are available in the announcement.
Egg Harbor Township has published the agenda for its recreation commissioners’ meeting on Wednesday, Sept. 28 at 7pm here. The agenda includes discussion of non-resident coaches and players, as well as a review of reports from the youth groups and other matters. [calendar id=”3437″]
The infrastructure company that was awarded a contract to design the first building at the Stockton Aviation Research and Technology Park already wants to be paid more. Infrastructure company AECOM was last month granted an additional $41,234.00 for an amended contract worth $738,390.00, according to the minutes of the Atlantic County Improvement Authority’s August meeting. The extra money is needed because when AECOM submitted its original bid, the scope of the project was not yet finalized, according to the minutes. “Therefore, certain assumptions were made, and while some of these assumptions were correct, some were inaccurate,” the minutes state. Among the changes are an allowance to design a “Thunder Room” (a kind of top-notch conference room, apparently) and a roof-top deck.
The Casino Reinvestment Development Authority is seeking an electrical contractor to provide services on an as-needed basis, according to a request for proposals published on Monday. The full RFP can be viewed here. The proposal submission due date is Oct. 18 at 11am.
The Casino Reinvestment Development Authority will discuss the site plan approval – with conditions – for the former Revel casino in Atlantic City, along with other items that include a contract for escalator cleaning in Boardwalk Hall and rejecting proposals to manage the Wave parking garage. The meeting agenda (you can view it here) for the meeting on Tuesday Sept. 20 at 2pm includes these items:
A contract not to exceed $276,980 to Stokes Equipment Company for a roll-down door at Boardwalk Hall. A contract to ACE Janitorial Supply to acquire an escalator cleaning machine for Boardwalk Hall, for a maximum of $75,000. A contract to Modernfolds Styles for a maximum of $87,932 to replace existing air walls in the Convention Center’s exhibit and meeting rooms.
Rejection of proposals to operate the Corridor Parking Garage and to provide financial and accounting services, among others.
The Atlantic City Council meeting agenda for Wednesday Sept. 21 includes a resolution to support a property tax rewards program. The program would encourage residents to spend money locally and support Atlantic City businesses, according to the agenda item. The agenda also includes a resolution to publish the list of the city’s abandoned properties in the newspaper. The meeting will start at 5pm. The full agenda can be viewed here.
Atlantic City is seeking sealed bids from contractors for solid waste and recycling collection services. The bids must be presented to the city’s purchasing board meeting to be held in council chambers on Tuesday, October 18 at 11am. The proposal form and specification details are available from the office of the purchasing department, room 310 City Hall, 1301 Bacharach Blvd., Atlantic City, New Jersey, or by phone: 609-347-5390. The bid reference is # 16-20.
The agenda for Egg Harbor Township’s Sept. 21 Committee Meeting has been published here. The wide-ranging schedule includes ordinances and resolutions for everything from liquor licenses to pay rises for some officials, to temporary police services hires and traffic pattern changes.