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700 County of San Diego
PUBLISHED: Friday June 17, 2005


San Diego County Office of Education
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS CALLING FOR BIDS
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NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the San Diego County Superintendent of Schools/San Diego County Office of Education; San Diego County, California, hereinafter referred to as the "County Office," will receive up to, but not later than 10 oÕclock a.m. on the 15th day of July, 2005 sealed bids for the purpose of:
Reroofing Ð Three Outdoor Schools
Bid No. 0506-105F

Such bids must be received by the Purchasing Supervisor, Internal Business Services Section of the County Office, IN ROOM 503, 6401 Linda Vista Road; San Diego, CA 92111.
Mandatory Pre-Bid Meeting: A mandatory, must attend pre-bid meeting will be held on July 5, 2005 at 10:00 am at Camp Cuyamaca Outdoor School, 12561 Highway 79, Descanso CA, 91916. Failure to attend this prebid meeting will cause your bid to be rejected as nonresponsive for the entire three (3) school project.
Each bid must conform and be responsive to this notice, the Information for Bidders, and the Bid Specifications. Copies of the bid documents may be attained at the County Office.
Each bid shall be accompanied by a 10% security referred to in the contract documents, the noncollusion affidavit, the list of subcontractors, and all additional documentation required by the Instructions to Bidders.
The County Office reserves the right to reject any or all bids, to waive any irregularities or informalities in the bids or in the bidding process.
No bidder may withdraw their bid for a period of sixty (60) days after the date set for the opening of bids.
The director of the Department of Industrial Relations has determined the general prevailing rate of per diem wages in the locality in which this work is to be performed for each craft or type of worker needed to execute the contract which will be awarded to the successful bidder, copies of which are on file and will be made available to any interested party on request at Department of Industrial Relations, Division of Labor Statistics and Research, Prevailing Wage Unit, P.O. Box 420603, San Francisco, CA 94142-0603 or at www.dir.ca.gov.
It shall be mandatory upon the contractor to whom the contract is awarded, and upon any subcontractor under them, to pay not less than the said specified rates to all workers employed by them in the execution of the contract.
This contract is___/is not XX subject to a labor compliance program, as described in subdivision (b) of Section 1771.5 of the Labor Code. "Pursuant to Labor Code section 1771.7, the District has implemented and shall enforce a Labor Compliance Program (LCP) approved by the Department of Industrial Relations for this Project."
Each bidder shall be a licensed contractor pursuant to the Business and Professions Code and shall be licensed in the following classification:
C-39 & ASB Certification (in the bidders name)
Craig A. Winder, C.P.M.
Purchasing Supervisor
San Diego County Office of Education
6401 Linda Vista Road
San Diego, CA 92111
(858) 292-3768
Pub. June 17,24-k114217




San Diego County Water Authority
Legal Notice
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Notice is hereby given that the Board of Directors of the San Diego County Water Authority Administrative and Finance Committee will hold a public hearing at June 23, 2005, at 9:30 a.m., 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. 2005-21 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 2005-2006, 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 AuthorityÕs projected fixed expenditures. The IAC is levied on all retail water meters within the AuthorityÕs service area.
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 agencyÕs three-year rolling average of all deliveries (including all users, member agencies and third-party wheeling throughput).
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 agencyÕs three-year rolling average deliveries (including all users, member agencies and third-party wheeling throughput).
Transportation Rate. The Transportation Rate is a uniform rate set to recover capital, operating and maintenance costs of the AuthorityÕs 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.
Melded Untreated M&I Supply Rate. The Melded Untreated Municipal and Industrial Supply Rate will be set to recover the costs of purchasing Tier 1 water from MWD, water purchases from IID, and may include other costs specifically associated with the acquisition of the IID supply source, cost recovery for supply costs previously incurred but not charged, etc.
Melded M&I Treatment Rate. The Melded Municipal and Industrial Treatment Rate will be set to recover the costs of treating water for the Water Authority and may include costs of purchasing treated water from MWD, and the Levy and Olivenhain treatment plants and may recover certain other costs associated with the delivery of treated water.
Replenishment Rate. For 2006, the untreated replenishment water rate remains at its current level of $238/AF. The treated replenishment water rate will increase from its current level of $325/AF to $335/AF, reflecting MWDÕs increase in treatment costs.
Agricultural Water Rate. For 2006, the untreated agricultural water rate will remain bundled and continue at its current level of $241/AF. The treated agricultural water rate will increase from $329/AF to $339/AF, consistent with the increase in treatment costs.
Capacity Reservation Charge. For 2006, the Capacity Reservation Charge is $6,800 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 agencyÕs 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 storage 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 AuthorityÕs 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.
Readiness-to-Serve Charge. MWDÕs 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 2005-2006. The AuthorityÕs share is set at $21,621,963. After credits from the MWD Standby Charge, and administrative costs, the net Authority share is $9,262,732. MWDÕs 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 agencyÕs 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 agencyÕs Readiness-to-Serve Charge obligation unless a change is requested by the member agency. The Board has directed that the AuthorityÕs Readiness-to-Serve Charge will be passed through proportionally to member agencies on the basis of each agencyÕs ten-year rolling average of firm demands (including water transfers and exchanges conveyed through system capacity).
By Order of the Board of Directors
of the San Diego County Water Authority
Doria F. Lore, Clerk of the Board
Pub. June 17-k114200




County of San Diego
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
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The County of San Diego, Owner, invites sealed bids for Valley Center Road North Improvements, (RFB 779). Sealed bids will be received at the Office of Purchasing and Contracting, Lobby Front Desk, County Operations Center, 5555 Overland Avenue, Suite 1111 (Bldg 11), San Diego, California, 92123-2149, until 2:00 p.m. on July 21, 2005, at which time they will be publicly opened and read aloud. Work to be Done consists in general of the widening of a 3.7-mile portion of Valley Center Road beginning 0.7 miles south of Ridge Ranch Road and terminating just east of Cole Grade Road (Thomas Guide: 1090-E7 to F1). This is the final phase of the 5.7-mile Valley Center Road improvement project that is part of the San Diego County Element of the Regional Transportation Improvement Program. The project involves realignment and widening of the existing two and three-lane road to four lanes with center median, bike lanes and multiuse pathway. Construction includes earthwork, building demolition, abandoning water well, placing aggregate base, asphalt concrete, asphalt concrete dikes, rock slope protection, installing precast concrete box culverts, constructing masonry block and concrete retaining wall, constructing soundwalls, placing reinforced concrete pipe and perforated plastic pipe, constructing concrete footing, curb inlets, catch basins, headwalls, cleanouts, drainage channels and drainage ditches, bridge construction, removing guard railing, constructing guard railing and chain link fencing, utility undergrounding, installing traffic signals, construction of water mains, detour construction and removal, traffic control and detour signing, traffic striping and marking, installing roadside signs, preparing stormwater pollution prevention plan and implementing water pollution control measures, providing erosion control, revegetation and irrigation. The Contractor shall possess, at the time of submitting the bid, a California contractor's license, Classification A, General Engineering Contractor. The project is located in the vicinity of Valley Center. The cost of construction is estimated to be from $24,000,000.00 to $26,000,000.00. Contract Documents, including reduced Plans only, Specifications and Proposal Forms, may be examined or purchased for the sum of $125.00 (including tax) per set at the County of San Diego, Department of Purchasing and Contracting, Cashier, Building 11 (MS O32), County Operations Center, 5555 Overland Avenue, Suite 1111, San Diego, CA 92123. Full-size plans may be obtained at the Department of Purchasing and Contracting, referenced above, at an additional cost of $0.50 per sheet (including tax). Only complete sets of full-size plans will be sold. Full-size plans will not be sent to full-size plan holders when plans are revised and issued as addenda unless re-ordered. Only revised reduced plans will be issued as necessary with addenda. Full-size plans will contain only the revisions made to the plans at the time of issuance. Mail services for Contract Documents with reduced plans is available only to those prospective bidders outside a 30-mile radius of the County Operations Center at an additional cost of $20.00. Mail services for full-size plans is available only to those prospective bidders outside a 30-mile radius of the County Operations Center and at an additional cost of $35.00 per set of plans. For mail service contact cashier at (858) 694-2150. Make checks payable to County of San Diego; no refund will be made. NOTE: CONTRACT DOCUMENTS, PLANS, AND PROJECT RELATED REFERENCE MATERIALS WILL BE AVAILABLE FOR PURCHASE NOT LATER THAN JUNE 21, 2005. CALL CASHIER TO CONFIRM AVAILABILITY. A Disabled Veterans Business Enterprise (DVBE) goal of three percent (3%) has been established for this project in accordance with Board of SupervisorÕs Policy B-39a. The list of certified DVBEs is available at the following website:
http://www.osmb.dgs.ca.gov/bis_queries/bis_queries_menu.asp. Bid security of no less than 10% is required at time of bid. Payment and Performance Bonds: 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://buynet.sdcounty.ca.gov/
Contact Roberta Lamp, Procurement Contracting Officer at 858-694-2160, (email Roberta.Lamp@sdcounty.ca.gov) County of San Diego Department of Purchasing and Contracting, 5555 Overland Avenue, Bldg. 11, San Diego, CA 92123
Pub. June 10,13,14,15,16, 17, 20, 21,22, 23, 24, 27,28, 29, 30-k114179




County of San Diego
Department of Planning and
Land Use
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NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Zoning Administrator of the County of San Diego will conduct a public hearing on Minor Use Permit as follows:
HEARING INFORMATION:
Date: June 28, 2005
Time: 8:30 a.m.
Location: Department of Planning and Land Use Hearing Room, 5201 Ruffin Road, Suite B, San Diego, California 92123
APPLICANT: Vince Yamasaki
PROJECT/CASE NUMBER: ZAP 04-017
PROJECT DESCRIPTION: This is a request for a Minor Use Permit to allow a second dwelling unit that contains a living area greater than 30% of the existing primary dwelling unit, but not exceeding 50% of the living area of the existing residence or 1,200 square feet, whichever is less. The second dwelling unit will be a 1,057 square foot, one story, three-bedroom residence. Architectural style and finish materials including roof shingles and paint color will match the existing residence. The proposed second dwelling unit will be located at the northwestern portion of the parcel and have access from a proposed driveway connecting to N. Kalbaugh Street. The project site is a 6.19-acre parcel with an existing 2,130 square-foot single-family residence. The project is zoned A70 (Single-Family Residential) which permits the development of a second dwelling unit subject to approval of a Minor Use Permit, pursuant to Section 6156(x) of the Zoning Ordinance. The subject property has a General Plan designation of (6) Residential under the Ramona Community Planning Area.
LOCATION: The project site is located at 420 N. Kalbaugh Street in the Ramona Community Plan.
ENVIRONMENTAL STATUS: The project is exempt from environmental review pursuant to Section 15303 of the State California Environmental Quality Act Guidelines.
GENERAL INFORMATION: This public hearing is accessible to individuals with disabilities. If interpreter services for the hearing impaired are needed, please call the hearing secretary at (858) 694-3816, or California Relay Service, if notifying by TDD, no later than seven days prior to the date of the hearing.
NOTE: If you challenge the action which may be taken on this proposal in court, you may be limited to raising only those issues you or someone else raised at the above public hearing, or in written correspondence delivered to the Hearing Body at or before the hearing. Rules of the Hearing Body may limit or impose requirements upon the submittal of such written correspondence.
For additional information regarding this proposal, contact Jarrett Ramaiya at (858) 694-3015.
ZAP 04-017
Pub. June 17-d529611




700 County of San Diego
PUBLISHED: Friday June 17, 2005


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