Legal Notices - The Millerton News - 8-10-23

Legal Notice

Please take notice that the Town of Pine Plains Town Board will be accepting sealed bids for the purchase of the following materials for the year 2024:

1) Bituminous asphalt (various sizes) including cold mix asphalt using the most current posted

price index.

2) Crushed stone (all sizes).

3) Ice control sand- all crushed stone shall meet Section 703 of the NYSDOT ‘ Standard

Specifications’ and Natural and Processed Sands and Gravels, Crushed Stone, Aggregate, Run of Bank Gravel specifications of County of Dutchess. All stone and asphalt materials shall come from NYSDOT approved plant. Bid prices on all of the above materials per ton, with the

exception of asphalt should be for both F.O.B. and delivered.

4) Liquid calcium chloride for summer and winter.

5) Blended diesel fuel.

6) #2 Heating oil for garage, winter mix December through February for heating oil only.

7) Mid-Grade and Regular no lead gasoline.

8) Liquid Propane for garage and library.

All bids should use the Albany OPIS for the Friday immediately preceding the bid opening date.

Bids will be accepted until 12:00 noon Friday August 11, 2023 at the Town Clerks Office,

PO Box 955, 3284 Route 199 Pine Plains, NY 12567 at which time they will be opened and

read aloud.

In order for your bid to be considered complete, the following must be submitted as required by

Section 103D of the Municipal Law:

Non-Collusive Bidding Certificate

Certificate of Insurance Naming Town of Pine Plains as Certificate Holder

All bids must be submitted in sealed envelopes with the following information on the outside:

1. Materials Bids 2024

2. August 11, 2023, 12:00 PM

The Town Board reserves the right to accept or reject any or all bids. The F.O.B. plant price will be analyzed with full consideration given to the distance of the plant to the project location.

Any questions should be directed to the Highway Department at (518) 398-6662.

By order of the Town Board of the Town of

Pine Plains

Madelin Dafoe

Town Clerk







Highway Material Bids


9/21/2023 to 9/19/2024

NOTICE is hereby given that sealed bids for the purchase of supplies used by the Amenia Highway Department during the year will be received until 2 p.m. on Monday, August 28, 2023 at the Town Clerk’s Office, Town of Amenia, Town Hall, 4988 Route 22, Amenia, NY 12501 and opened and read at the Amenia Town Hall, 4988 Route 22, on Tuesday, August 29, 2023 at 10:30 a.m.

Bids are requested for the following road materials: Bank-run, sand, Item #4, crushed quarry stone and washed gravel, light, medium, and heavy stone fill, sub base NYS DOT Type #2, calcium chloride, bituminous mix hot and cold, road oils, concrete, catch basins and equipment rentals, Tree Work, Sweeping.

Detailed specifications may be obtained at the Highway office at 845-373-9922. All bids must include a notarized non-collusive statement and corporate bidders must file a corporate resolution with a corporate seal. All envelopes must be clearly marked “Bid 9/21/2023 to 9/19/2024”.

The Town Board reserves the right to accept or reject any or all bids. Bids will be awarded at the next scheduled Town Board Meeting September 21, 2023.

Megan Chamberlin

Superintendent of Highways

Town of Amenia




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