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700 County of San Diego
PUBLISHED: Tuesday June 10, 2003


SAN DIEGO COUNTY REGIONAL AIRPORT AUTHORITY
SAN DIEGO INTERNATIONAL
AIRPORT
REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS
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TO PROVIDE HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGEMENT AND EMERGENCY RESPONSE SERVICE AND CONSULTING AGREEMENT
Seeking Service Provider to conduct all hazardous waste needs for Airport.
Proposals must be received by 11:00 a.m., on 6/26/03 at the San Diego County Regional Airport Authority. Send fax to 619-400-2541 to receive RFP. Fax must include: name of company, contact person, address, telephone number, fax number and email address, if available. Incomplete information will delay or prevent receipt of the RFP.
Optional pre-submittal meeting held on 6/18/03, at 3:00 p.m., in the PSA Conference Room, (Modular Building between Commuter Terminal & Terminal 1) located at 2320 Stillwater Road, San Diego, California 92101.
If you have any questions regarding submittal requirements, please contact Rachel D. Williams at (619) 400-2539.
Pub. June 10-k108637




Legal Notice
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Notice is hereby given that the Board of Directors of the San Diego County Water Authority (SDCWA) Fiscal Policy Committee will hold a public hearing at 1:00 p.m. on Thursday, June 26, 2003, at its offices located at 4677 Overland Avenue, San Diego, CA 92123.
The purpose of the hearing will be:
A. To hear objections, protests or comments from the public about its Resolution No. 2003-19 which proposes continuing a water standby availability charge of $10 per acre or per parcel, whichever is greater, on all land lying within the boundaries of the Authority for Fiscal Year 2003-2004, which charge is a continuation of the standby availability charge in the amount fixed and levied prior to November 6, 1996 and annually each year thereafter.
B. To hear objections protests or comments from the public about its proposed water rates and charges consisting of the following:
Infrastructure Access Charge. The Infrastructure Access Charge (IAC) was adopted in June 1998 as an additional source of fixed revenue to improve coverage of the Authority?s projected fixed expenditures. The IAC is levied on all retail water meters within the Authority?s service area. Beginning on January 1, 1999, the IAC has been set at $1.00 per equivalent meter per month. For Calendar Years 2004 and 2005, the IAC is proposed to be set at $1.15 per equivalent meter per month. The IAC calculation per member agency is contained in Table 1. (Table on file with SDCWA Clerk of the Board)
Customer Service Charge. The Customer Service Charge is set to recover costs that are necessary to support the functioning of the Authority, to develop policies and implement programs that benefit the region as a whole. The Customer Service Charge will be allocated among the member agencies on the basis of each agency?s three-year rolling average of all deliveries (including all users, member agencies and third-party wheeling throughput). The Customer Service Charge will be set at $13,600,000 for each of Calendar Years 2004 and 2005. The Customer Service Charge per member agency is contained in Table 2. (Table on file with SDCWA Clerk of the Board)
Storage Charge. The Storage Charge is set to recover costs associated with the Emergency Storage Program. The Storage Charge is based on all non-agricultural water deliveries and will be allocated among the member agencies using a pro rata share of each agency?s three-year rolling average deliveries (including all users, member agencies and third-party wheeling throughput). The Storage Charge will be set at $14,600,000 for each of Calendar Years 2004 and 2005. The Storage Charge per member agency is contained in Table 3. (Table on file with SDCWA Clerk of the Board)
Transportation Rate. The Transportation Rate is a uniform rate set to recover capital, operating and maintenance costs of the Authority?s aqueduct system including all facilities used to physically transport the water to member agency meters. The Transportation Rate is charged to each acre-foot of water delivered by the Authority as it occurs. All users, member agencies and third-party wheelers will pay the Transportation Rate. The Transportation Rate of $55/acre foot in effect since January 1, 2003 will be unchanged for Calendar Years 2004 and 2005.
Supply Charge. Currently, the Supply Charge represents costs associated with the MWD imported supply. MWD?s recently adopted rates and charges necessitate changes in the manner that Authority member agencies are billed for imported water supplies. MWD?s new rate structure unbundles the rate for firm water deliveries and services into separate cost components and these costs will be passed directly to its member agencies as directed by the Authority?s Board of Directors. The Supply Charge will also include purchases of water from the Imperial Irrigation District and the Palo Verde Irrigation District, and will include other sources such as desalination, when available. The cost of water from these sources will be blended with MWD Tier 1 water to create a melded firm water rate.
Capacity Reservation Charge. For 2004, the Capacity Reservation Charge is $6,100 per cubic foot second (cfs) of maximum daily flow requested by a MWD member agency. The Capacity Reservation Charge is a fixed charge levied on an agency?s maximum daily flows over the three previous fiscal years. It recovers the cost of providing peak capacity within the distribution system, and is designed to encourage member agencies to shift demands and avoid placing large daily peaks on the MWD system during the summer months. Daily flow measured between May 1 and September 30 for purposes of billing the Capacity Reservation Charge will include deliveries (except long-term seasonal storage deliveries) made by MWD to a member agency or member agency customer including water transfers, exchanges and agricultural deliveries. As part of a separate surface reservoir operating agreement to manage seasonal peaking, the Authority is expected to reserve its full available capacity. The Capacity Reservation Charge will be set at $7,905,600. The Authority?s Board has directed that the Capacity Reservation Charge will be recovered proportionally based on a five-year rolling average of member agency flows during coincident peak weeks. The Calendar Year 2004 Capacity Reservation Charge per member agency is set per Table 4. (Table on file with SDCWA Clerk of the Board)
Readiness-to-Serve Charge. MWD?s Readiness-to-Serve Charge differs from the other MWD charges in that it is set on a Fiscal Year basis. The total Readiness-to-Serve Charge will remain at $80 million for Fiscal Year 2004. The Authority?s share is set at $21,058,624. After credits from the MWD Standby Charge, and administrative costs, the net Authority share is $8,889,566. MWD?s Readiness-to-Serve Charge will recover costs associated with standby and peak conveyance capacity and system emergency storage capacity. The Readiness-to-Serve Charge will be allocated among MWD member agencies on the basis of each agency?s ten-year rolling average of firm demands (including water transfers and exchanges conveyed through system capacity). This allocation will be revised each year. Revenues equal to the amount of Standby Charges will continue to be credited against the member agency?s Readiness-to-Serve Charge obligation unless a change is requested by the member agency. The Board has directed that the Authority?s Readiness-to-Serve Charge will be passed through proportionally to member agencies on the basis of each agency?s ten-year rolling average of firm demands (including water transfers and exchanges conveyed through system capacity). The Fiscal Year 2003-2004 Readiness-to-Serve Charge per member agency is set as indicated in Table 5. (Table on file with SDCWA Clerk of the Board)
The Authority will continue to generate revenue through Property Taxes, Capacity Charges on new connections, an Infrastructure Access Charge, a Standby Availability Charge and miscellaneous cost recovery fees. These revenues are not affected by the proposed new rate system and no increase is currently proposed.
PASSED, APPROVED AND ADOPTED, this 22nd day of May 2003 by the following vote:
AYES: Ball, Bond, Bowersox, Broomell, Buckner, Christensen, Dailey, Dixon (by proxy), Haddad, Irvin (by proxy), Jaeschke, Johnson, Knutson, Lewinger, Lewis, B, Lewis, P, Loveland, Mason, Parker, Pocklington, Quist, Rhinerson, Rogers, Saunders, Steiner, Thompson, Tu, Turner, Valderrama, Varty, Watton, Williams and Wilsman. Noes: none; Absent: Newton.
By Order of the Board of Directors
of the San Diego County Water
Authority
Vernice Rae Hartman
Clerk of the Board

Pub. June 10,19-k108634




COUNTY OF SAN DIEGO
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
RFB 30198
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The County of San Diego, Owner, invites sealed bids for CONSTRUCTION OF ESTRELLA DRIVE STORM DRAIN IMPROVEMENTS; ACTIVITY NO. 1C3006 (RFB 30198).
Sealed bids will be received at the Office of Purchasing and Contracting, Building 11, County Operations Center, 5555 Overland Avenue, San Diego, California, 92123, until 2:00 p.m. on June 19, 2003, at which time they will be publicly opened and read aloud. Contract documents may be examined or purchased for the sum of $15.00 per set at the Office of Purchasing and Contracting. Contractor license requirement is A, General Engineering. Cost estimate is $125,000-$175,000. Bid security of no less than 10% required at time of bid. Successful bidder shall provide Payment and Performance Bonds for 100% of the contract amount. Prevailing Wage rates apply. For complete bid information, go to County of San Diego Purchasing and Contracting website at http://63.200.213.30/cnty/cntydepts/general/prchcntr/newfctns.hts.
Pub. May 28,29,30,6/2,3,4,5,6,9,10-k108511




COUNTY OF SAN DIEGO
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
RFB 30205
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The Coounty of San Diego, Owner, invites sealed bids for ASPHALT CONCRETE RESURFACING ROAD DIVISIONS 1 AND 2, ACTIVITY NO. 4C3000 (RFB 30205).
Sealed bids will be received at the Office of Purchasing and Contracting, Building 11, County Operations Center, 5555 Overland Avenue, San Diego, California, 92123, until 2:00 p.m. on June 19, 2003, at which time they will be publicly opened and read aloud. Contract documents including reduced plans only, may be examined or purchased for the sum of $20.00 per set at the Office of Purchasing and Contracting. Contractor license requirement is Classification A or C-12. Cost estimate is $4,000,000-$6,000,000. Bid security of no less than 10% required at time of bid. Successful bidder shall provide Payment and Performance Bonds for 100% of the contract amount. A Disabled Veterans Business Enterprise (DVBE) goal of three percent (3%) has been established for this project. Prevailing Wage rates apply. For complete bid information, go to County of San Diego Purchasing and Contracting website at http://63.200.213.30/cnty/cntydepts/general/prchcntr/newfctns.hts.
Pub. May 28,29,30,6/2,3,4,5,6,9,10-k108518




COUNTY OF SAN DIEGO
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
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NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the County of San Diego, Owner, will receive sealed bids for the following Job Order Contracts (JOC) at the office of Purchasing and Contracting, County Operations Center, 5555 Overland Avenue, Building 11, Lobby Front Desk, San Diego, CA 92123 until 2 pm on July 10, 2003, at which time they will be publicly opened and read aloud.
PROJECTS:
1) JOB ORDER CONTRACT (JOC) #43, BID NO. 30219 ? GENERAL CONTRACTING,
$50,000 or less. This JOC will emphasize tasks that will be estimated to be $50,000 or less, but may include larger tasks. JOC is a competitively bid, firm, fixed price indefinite quantity contract with $1 million capacity. The County reserves the right to increase this contract to $ 3 million capacity. It includes a collection of detailed repair and remodel tasks that have established unit prices.
2) JOB ORDER CONTRACT (JOC) #44, BID NO. 30220 ? GENERAL CONTRACTING. JOC is a competitively bid, firm, fixed price indefinite quantity contract with $1 million capacity. The County reserves the right to increase this contract to $ 3 million capacity. It includes a collection of detailed repair and remodel tasks that have established unit prices.
3) JOB ORDER CONTRACT (JOC) #45, BID NO. 30218 ? ELECTRICAL. This JOC will emphasize low voltage tasks but may include other electrical tasks as well. JOC is a competitively bid, firm, fixed price indefinite quantity contract with $1 million capacity. The County reserves the right to increase this contract to $ 3 million capacity. It includes a collection of detailed repair and remodel tasks that have established unit prices.
Bid documents, General Conditions and Unit Price CD?s may be purchased for $25.00 (non-refundable) per set at the County Operations Center, Cashier, 5555 Overland Ave, Bldg. 11, San Diego, CA 92123. Make checks payable to County of San Diego. Mail service is available to bidders outside a 30-mile radius of the County Operations Center at an additional cost of $3.00 per set of documents.
A Pre-bid Conference for all projects will be conducted on 6/25/2003 at 10 am, Building 11 Conference Room, County Operations Center, 5555 Overland Avenue, San Diego, CA.
Bid Security in an amount of $25,000 in the form of cash, or a certified or cashier's check, or a Bidder's Bond executed by a corporation duly authorized to issue bonds in the State of California shall accompany the bid. Prevailing Wage rates apply. For complete bid information, go to County of San Diego Purchasing and Contracting website at http://63.200.213.30/cnty/cntydepts/general/prchcntr/newfctns.hts
Pub. June 2,3,4,5,6,9,10,11,12,13-k108573




700 County of San Diego
PUBLISHED: Tuesday June 10, 2003


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