Huron County Commissioners Agenda Page

ADVERTISEMENT/NOTICE TO BIDDERS

The Huron County Commissioners will receive bids for The Supply & Installation of Item 642 Traffic Paint (Long Line Striping) to be used in Various Huron County and Township Highway Projects and Maintenance Programs during the 2018 Calendar Year. BIDS WILL BE RECEIVED UNTIL 10:00 A.M. on Friday, June 1, 2018 at the Huron County Commissioners office, 180 Milan Avenue, Suite 7, Norwalk, Ohio 44857.

Bidders may submit bids for any or all of the Proposals, however bids for each Proposal must be submitted in a separate sealed envelope, with the name of the Bidder and the name of the Proposal written on the outside of the envelope.

Proposals and Specifications may be obtained or examined at the office of Lee E. Tansey, Huron County Engineer, 150 Jefferson Street Norwalk, Ohio 44857. This legal notice may also be viewed by logging on to http://www.hccommissioners.com/ and clicking on the “Legal Notices” link.

All contractors and subcontractors involved with the project will to the extent practicable use Ohio products, materials, services, and labor in the implementation of their project.

Additionally, contractor compliance with the equal employment opportunity requirements of Ohio Administrative Code Chapter 123 is required.

Bidders must comply with the prevailing wage rates on Public Improvements in Huron County, Ohio as determined by the Ohio Department of Commerce, Bureau of Wage and Hour Administration, 614.644.2239.

By a unanimous vote of the Board of Huron County Commissioners, all of the bid bonding requirements of Section 153.54 of the Revised Code have been waived for these bids. A certified check in the amount of $500.00 (five hundred dollars) will be required for bidding purposes for each Bid submitted. All other requirements of Section 153.54 of the Revised Code still apply for these bids.

The Board of County Commissioners of Huron County reserves the right to waive any and all irregularities in the bids or bidding process and may reject any and all bids.

HURON COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
Vickie Ziemba, Administrator/Clerk

 

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NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING #2

The Huron County Commissioners intend to apply to the Ohio Development Services Agency for funding under the Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) small cities program, a federally funded program administered by the State. The county is eligible for $150,000 in PY 2018 funding, providing the county meets applicable program requirements and the County's application is approved. On March 20, 2018, the county conducted its first public hearing to inform citizens about the CDBG programs, how it may be used, what activities are eligible, and other important program requirements.

Based on both citizen input and local officials' assessment of the county's needs, the county is proposing to undertake the following CDBG activities for PY 2018, based on funding of $150,000:

  1. City of Willard, Street and Sidewalk Improvements; National Objective Benefits LMI Area Wide; CDBG Allocation $40,000.00
  2. Greenwich Village, Street Improvement; National Objective Benefits LMI; CDBG Allocation $45,300.00
  3. New London, Street Improvement, National Objective Benefits LMI; CDBG Allocation $22,200.00
  4. New London, Parking Lot; National Objective Benefits LMI; CDBG Allocation $18,500.00
  5. General Administration & Fair Housing, CDBG Allocation $24,000

 

The County is also proposing to undertake a PY 2018 CDBG Critical Infrastructure Grant for the Village of New London based on funding up to $500,000

The County is also proposing to undertake a PY 2018 CDBG Critical Infrastructure Grant for the City of Willard based on funding up to $500,000

A second public hearing will be held Tuesday, May 22, 2018 at 11:00 a.m. in the office of the Huron County Commissioners, 180 Milan Avenue, Norwalk, Ohio, 44857, to provide citizens an adequate opportunity to review and comment on the county's proposed application, including the proposed activities summarized above, before the county submits its application to the Ohio Development Services Agency.

Citizens are encouraged to attend this meeting on May 22, 2018 at 11:00 a.m. to express their views and comments on the county's proposed CDBG application.

Should any participant require auxiliary aids due to a disability or non-English languages, please contact the Commissioner's office at least one week prior to the hearing date to ensure needs will be accommodated. Anyone wishing to submit written comments prior to the hearing date may direct them to the Commissioner’s Office at the address above.

 

Huron County Commissioners

Published May 12, 2018

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PUBLIC NOTICE:

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING # 2

 

Publication Date: Saturday, May 19, 2018

The City of Norwalk intends to apply to the Ohio Development Services Agency for funding under the Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) small cities program, a federally funded program administered by the State. The City is eligible for $150,000 in PY 2018 funding, providing the City meets applicable program requirements. On March 20, 2018 the City conducted its first public hearing to inform citizens about the CDBG program, how it may be used, what activities are eligible, and other important program requirements.

Based on both citizen input and local officials' assessment of the City's needs, the City is proposing to undertake the following CDBG activities for PY 2018, based on funding of $150,000:

  1. Sewer Separation; Public Facilities; National Objective Benefits LMI Area Wide, CDBG Allocation $128,000
  2. General Administration and Fair Housing: CDBG Allocation $22,000

 

A second public hearing will be held Tuesday, May 29, 2018 at 7:15 P.M. at the Norwalk Council Chambers, Municipal Court Building, 45 N. Linwood Ave., Norwalk, Ohio 44857, to provide citizens an adequate opportunity to review and comment on the city's proposed application, including the proposed activity summarized above, before the city submits its application to the Ohio Development Services Agency, Office of Community Development.

Citizens are encouraged to attend this meeting on Tuesday, May 29, 2018 at 7:15 P.M. to express their views and comments on the City's proposed application.

Should any participant require auxiliary aids due to a disability or non-English languages, please contact the city's office at least one week prior to the hearing date to ensure needs will be accommodated. Anyone wishing to submit written comments prior to the hearing date may direct them to the city's Office at the address above.

Robert L. Duncan
Mayor, City of Norwalk

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14-11

RESOLUTION

IN THE MATTER OF EXPRESSING THE BOARD'S INTENT TO CONDUCT AN INTERNET AUCTION FOR THE SALE OF UNNEEDED, OBSOLETE OR UNFIT COUNTY PERSONAL PROPERTY

Tom Dunlap moved the adoption of the following resolution:

WHEREAS, House Bill 226 of the 124th General Assembly, effective January 26, 2002, authorizes a Board of County Commissioners to dispose of unneeded, obsolete or unfit personal property through the use of an Internet auction; and

WHEREAS, Section 307.12 (E) of the Ohio Revised Code, as amended by H.B. 226, requires a Board of County Commissioners to adopt a resolution expressing its intent to sell personal property by Internet auction; now therefore

BE IT RESOLVED, that the Board of Huron County Commissioners hereby expresses its intent to dispose of unneeded, obsolete or unfit personal property by Internet auction; and further

BE IT RESOLVED, that the personal property disposed of through Internet auction may include, as specified in ORC 307.12 (E), motor vehicles acquired for the use of county officers and departments, road machinery, equipment, tools or supplies, any of which is either unneeded, obsolete, or unfit for the use for which it was acquired; and further

BE IT RESOLVED, that the Internet auction will be conducted in the following manner under the following general terms and conditions: all items will be sold "as is" with Huron County making no guarantee as to the condition of said items; the purchaser will be responsible for the removal of said items from Huron County property; and, the purchaser will be required to make payment in full within five days following the close of the auction, before any property can be released; and further

BE IT RESOLVED, that the number of days of bidding on the property involved, as specified in ORC 307.12, will be at least fifteen days, including Saturdays, Sundays, and legal holidays; and further

BE IT RESOLVED, that the Huron County Board of Commissioners has contracted with GovDeals, Inc., 5913 Carmichael Place, Montgomery, Alabama, 36117, telephone number 800-613-0156, as its representative to conduct the Internet auction on the county's behalf; and further

BE IT RESOLVED, that a copy of this resolution will be posted continually in a conspicuous place in the office of the County Auditor, the offices of the Board of County Commissioners and on the Huron County Internet website; and further

BE IT RESOLVED, that the Huron County Board of Commissioners reserves the right, at a later date, to establish the minimum prices that may be accepted for any property that is the subject of the Internet auction, the terms and conditions of any particular sale that may occur, including, but not limited to, requirements for pick up and/or delivery of the property, method of payment, and payment of sales tax in accordance with applicable laws; and further

BE IT RESOLVED, that the information described in the paragraph above will be provided on the Internet at the time of the auction itself, or will be provided before that time, upon request, if the terms and conditions have been determined by the Board of County Commissioners or its representative; and further

BE IT RESOLVED, that a copy of this resolution be sent to the Huron County Auditor; and further

BE IT RESOLVED, that the foregoing resolution was adopted and all actions and deliberations of the Board of Commissioners of the County of Huron, Ohio relating thereto were conducted in meetings open to the public, in compliance with all applicable legal requirements, including Section 121.22 of the Ohio Revised Code.

Gary W. Bauer seconded the motion. The roll being called upon its adoption, the vote resulted as followed:

Aye - Gary W. Bauer
Aye - Tom Dunlap
Aye - Joe Hintz