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NOTICES FOR THE WEEK OF MAY 4

 

ESTATE NOTICE

Letters Testamentary on the Estate

of Margaret M. Weikel, date of death

November 18, 2015, late of West

Hanover Township, Dauphin County,

Pennsylvania having been granted to

the undersigned, all persons indebted

to said Estate are requested to make

immediate payment and those having

claims will present them for settlement

to:

Donald L. Weikel, Executor

c/o Pannebaker & Mohr, P.C.

4000 Vine Street, Suite 101

Middletown, PA 17057

or to:

Kendra A. Mohr, Esq.

Pannebaker & Mohr, P.C.

4000 Vine Street, Suite 101

Middletown, PA 17057

#164 0420-3T

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 ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS

Sealed bids for the Lynch Run Restoration Project will be received by at the

office of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service by C.O.B. on Tuesday, May 17, 2016.

Bid documents can be obtained from the Dauphin County Conservation District,

1451 Peters Mountain Rd, Dauphin, PA 17007. Phone 717-921-8100 or from

U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, 110 Radnor Road, Suite 101, State College,

PA 16801. Phone: 814-876-0055 from April 25th to May 13th 2016. Proposals

in accordance with the Drawings and Specifications are intended to cover

one complete project. The contract covers all aspects of the construction of

mudsills, and installation of rock vanes and log vanes to stabilize the banks, at

the confluence reach of Lynch Run in Londonderry Township, Dauphin County

(Coordinates: 40.166417N, 76.660908W). The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is

acting as the Agent for the Owner for this project. The Project Engineer will be

the point of contact for all communication and direction between the Owner and

the Contractor. The Project Engineer will provide on-site supervision of work,

monitor work progress and determine suitability of all work. The Project Engineer

is Larry Brannaka, Ph.D., P.E. Contact information for the Project Engineer is:

Larry Brannaka, Ph.D., P.E. U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, 110 Radnor Road,

Suite 101, State College, PA 16801. Phone: 814-876-0055. Fax: 814-234-0748.

E-mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

Instructions for the Bid Form

Bids shall be submitted only on hard copy of the furnished Bid Form. Please

make sure all blank spaces are filled in legibly in ink, and that the Bid Form

is signed at the bottom. Please do not make changes to the phraseology of

the Bid Form. Partial bids or alternative bids not provided for in the Bid Form

will not be considered. Bid table on pages 2 and 3 of the bid form MUST

be submitted in a SEALED ENVELOPE with Contractor’s name written on

the outside. This sealed envelope must accompany the remaining pages

of the bid form. Any bidder may withdraw a proposal at any time prior to the

scheduled closing time for receipt of proposals. Proposals may be withdrawn

by notifying the Agent for the Owner, Dauphin County Conservation District,

or the Project Engineer.

All bids will be evaluated on the following basis, prior to opening sealed

bid envelopes:

a.) Required Experience: In order to be considered, Bidder must document

experience in constructing at least two successful Natural Stream

Channel Design projects and must document experience successfully

installing at least 16 wall-rock in-stream vane structures with footers, six

mudsill structures, and 16 log vane structures. The Bidder is required

to submit contact information for two references on the Bid Form as to

the Bidder’s previous experience in performing similar or comparable

work including the aforementioned structuresBidders not meeting the

experience requirement will not be considered for this project.

b.) Suitability of construction equipment. Bidder must have or have access to:

1.) Excavator for in-stream work of at minimum 125 HP and 45,000

lb. operating weight (equivalent to a CAT 320). The excavator

must be equipped with a hydraulic thumb; a progressive-link

hydraulic thumb is preferred. Machines with a fixed thumb will

not be acceptable.

2.) Suitable equipment to move dimensional wall rock 3’x 4’x 5’

from the staging area to the construction site.

3.) Equipment to excavate and transport gravel and cobbles.

c.) Projected time of construction: maximum of six weeks, with a desired

start date of Thursday, May 26, 2016.

d.) Bid price.

e.) Bid security: a cashier’s or certified check or bid bond in the amount

of 0% of the bid must accompany the bid.

Proposal packages must be received at the office of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife

Service by C.O.B. on Tuesday, May 17, 2016. Bid qualifications will be evaluated,

references checked, and recommendations will be prepared. The sealed

cost bids will be opened at a Bid Opening at the Dauphin County Conservation

District Office 7:00 p.m. on Monday, May 23, 2016. The successful bidder will

be notified no later than Tuesday, May 24, 2016.

The Bidder is invited to visit the project site for a required pre-bid examination

of the areas to become fully informed as to all existing conditions and limitations

including access and availability of materials and labor. The mandatory site

showing is scheduled for 10:00 a.m. on Friday, May 6, 2016. We will meet at

the bridge adjacent to the property at 434 South Hertzler Road, Elizabethtown,

PA 17022 (Coordinates 40.166417N, 76.661269W).

The estimated cost for this project is greater than Twenty-five Thousand Dollars

($25,000.00) and the Pennsylvania Prevailing Wage Act shall apply.

This project falls under the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania enacted ACT

127 of 2012, the Public Works Employment Verification Act, which requires all

public contractors and subcontractors to utilize the U.S. Federal Government’s

E-verification system to ensure that all employees performing work on public work

projects are authorized to work in the United States. All bidders are required to

submit a Public Works Employment Verification Form as a precondition for the

contract award. Bidders should refer to provisions of federal and state statutes,

rules, and regulations dealing with the prevention of environmental; pollution and

preservation of public natural resources that affect the project, as stated in ACT

247 approved October 26, 1972 by the General Assembly of the Commonwealth

of Pennsylvania. All bidders are hereby notified that any contract awarded from

this advertisement, businesses will be afforded full opportunity to submit bids in

response to this notification of advertisement for bids and will not be discriminated

against on the basis of gender, race, age, color, creed, sex, national origin or

physical disability in consideration for this contract award. Similarly the successful

bidder shall in not in any manner discriminate against or intimidate any employee

involved in the manufacture of supplies, the performance of work, or any other

activity required under the contract on the basis of gender race, color or creed.

The Dauphin County Conservation District Board of Directors reserves the right

to waive any defects, errors, omissions, mistakes, informalities, to accept any bid

or combination of bids that are deemed to be in the best interest of the County,

and to reject any or all proposals.

Dauphin County Conservation District

Board of Directors

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ESTATE NOTICE

Letters Testamentary For the Estate

of James A. Odom, Jr., deceased, late

of Susquehanna Township, Dauphin

County, Pennsylvania, having been

granted to the undersigned, all persons

indebted to the Estate are requested to

make immediate payment and those

having claims against the Estate are

requested to present them for settlement

without delay to:

Jennifer Hoffman

5431 Devonshire Rd.

Harrisburg, PA 17112

Or to:

William L. Adler, Esquire

4949 Devonshire Rd.

Harrisburg, PA 17109

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PUBLIC NOTICE

Notice is hereby given the Royalton

Borough Zoning Hearing Board will

hold a public hearing at the Municipal

Building located at 101 Northumberland

Street, Royalton, Pennsylvania,

on May 18, 2016 beginning at 6:00 p.m.

The hearing will be to consider the application

submitted by Tildon J. Sides,

325 Strasburg Street in the Borough of

Royalton for a variance for the property

located at 325 Strasburg Street from

the provisions of the Royalton Borough

Zoning Ordinance Article VI, R-ST

Residential District, Sec. A, 9, Uses

Permitted.

ALL INTERESTED PARTIES ARE

INVITED TO ATTEND.

Judith Young, Chairperson

Royalton Zoning Hearing Board

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NOTICE OF AUDIT
BOROUGH OF HIGHSPIRE
In accordance with section 1196 of the Borough code, the following concise financial
statements present the financial position of the Borough of Highspire at December 31,
2014 and the results of its operations for the year then ended
BOROUGH OF HIGHSPIRE
CONCISE FINANCIAL STATEMENTS FOR PUBLICATION
CONCISE BALANCE SHEET –MODIFIED CASH BASIS – COMBINED FUNDS
DECEMBER 31, 2014
ASSETS
Cash $ 3,197,880
Investments – at market value 3,156,769
Total assets $ 6,354,649
LIABILITIES AND FUND BALANCE
LIABILITIES
Due to other governments $ 96,872
E scrow funds payable 18,411
Total liabilities 115,283
FUND BALANCE
Restricted fund balance 42,147
Reserve for pension and employee benefits 3,156,769
Unappropriated fund balance 3,040,450
Total fund balance 6,239,366
Total liabilities and fund balance $ 6,354,649
Liabilities excluded from above related to the Borough’s net debt as of
December 31, 2014 are as follows:
General obligation bonds as of December 31, 2014 $ 5,670,000
Capaital Lease as of December 31, 2014: $ 62,777
BOROUGH OF HIGHSPIRE
CONCISE FINANCIAL STATEMENTS FOR PUBLICATION
CONCISE STATEMENT OF REVENUES, EXPENDITURES AND CHANGES
IN FUND BALANCE – MODIFIED CASH BASIS – COMBINED FUNDS
YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 2014
REVENUES
Real estate taxes (assessed value $75,133,600) $ 1,221,282
Act 511 taxes 345,767
Licenses and permits 53,281
Fines and forfeits 34,884
Interest and rents 519
Net investment income 161,921
Intergovernmental revenue 654,135
Contributions and donations 13,340
Charges for services 1,020,178
Sewer rentals 1,183,369
Other 77,847
Total revenues 4,766,52
EXPENDITURES
General government 285,797
Police protection 996,494
Fire protection 115,822
Ambulance protection 11,515
Building, regulation and planning 29,836
Emergency management 3,021
Solid waste collection and disposal 202,367
Sanitary sewers 1,135,379
Highways, roads and streets 546,626
Storm water management and flood control 365
Culture and recreation 36,630
Community development 290,046
Debt service 481,526
Pension benefits paid 67,974
Insurance 35,964
Total expenditures 4,239,362
Excess expenditures over revenues
before other financing sources (uses) 527,161
OTHER FINANCING SOURCES (USES) (119,136)
Excess revenues over expenditures 408,025
FUND BALANCE BEGINNING OF YEAR 5,831,341
FUND BALANCE END OF YEAR $6,239,366
The complete financial statements, together with the audit opinion of the independent
certified public accountant, have been filed with the Prothonotary of the Court of
Dauphin County and are on file at the Borough’s office.
#198 0909-1T
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