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PUBLISHED: Friday June 09, 2006
NOTICE INVITING PROPOSALS
FOR JANITORIAL SERVICES,
TRANSIT CENTER MAINTENANCE,
AND LIGHT RAIL VEHICLE (LRV)
METROPOLITAN TRANSIT SYSTEM
REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS
The San Diego Metropolitan Transit System
(MTS) is accepting proposals under a negotiated procurement process for janitorial services, transit center maintenance, and LRV fleet cleaning for San Diego Transit Corporation (SDTC), San Diego Trolley, Inc. (SDTI), and Metropolitan Transit System (MTS) for up to a five-year period.
Proposal documents will be available on or about June 13, 2006
MTS Procurement Department
100 16th Street
San Diego, CA 92101
Telephone: (619) 238-0100 Ext. 6494
Facsimile (619) 696-7084
A pre-proposal conference and facility tours will be held at 9:00 a.m., Thursday, June 22, 2006.
Proposals will be due on or about July 18, 2006 by 4 p.m.
prevailing local time,
unless otherwise amended, at MTS Procurement Department 100 16th Street, San Diego, California 92101. Proposals received after that time or at any other place other than the place stated herein will not be considered.
MTS hereby notifies all proposers that in regard to any contract entered into pursuant to this advertisement; Disadvantaged Business Enterprises (as defined in 49 CFR Part 26) will not be subject to discrimination on the basis of race, color, sex or national origin in consideration for an award.
This project is subject to a capital assistance grant between San Diego Metropolitan Transit System (MTS), San Diego Transit Corporation (SDTC), San Diego Trolley, Inc. (SDTI), and the U.S. Department of Transportation, Federal Transit Administration.
MTS reserves the right to reject any and all proposals and to re-advertise for proposals.
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Pub. June 9-00007767
County of San Diego
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Historic Site Board of the County of San Diego will conduct a public hearing.HEARING INFORMATION:
Date: June 19, 2006
Time: 6:30 p.m.
Location: Department of Planning and Land Use Hearing Room, 5201 Ruffin Road, Suite B, San Diego, California 92123
The following ACTION
items have been placed on the agenda:
oKING RANCH HOUSE AT SUNNY VIEW ORCHARDS MAA 06-001Location:
1445 Navel Place, Escondido, CA 92027, North County Metro Community Planning GroupSupervisor District:
5 - Bill HornDescription:
The King Ranch House is an important early 20th Century example of a Southern California Ranch style architecture built as a private residence for the King family, important leaders in the development of Escondido's citrus agricultural industry in the County during the depression through World War II. Edwin and Jane King invested their savings from Hollywood film production into a 23-acre citrus orchard. This project is being brought to the HSB for historic landmarking and for participation in the Mills Act contract.
The following DISCUSSION items have been placed on the agenda:
o WARNER'S RANCH HOUSE VS WARNER-CARRILLO RANCH HOUSE (Warner Springs)Description:
The Committee for the Historical Society Representatives from San Diego County on the True Location of Warner's Ranch House (the Committee) is requesting that the San Diego County Historic Site Board review the status of the presently erroneously named Warner-Carrillo Ranch House historical site. The ranch house is within the Vista Irrigation property. The Committee is requesting that the Board recommend an administrative review and provide specific recommendations regarding this project. The Committee will be represented at the meeting by Chairman George Ellis.
o RANCHO SANTA FE LILIAN RICE HOMEDescription
: Morris & Kathryn Nunn recently purchased this potentially significant 1926 Lilian Rice home. Von Marie May, Historical Consultant, on behalf of owners, determined through preliminary research that alterations were made by previous owners that may jeopardize historic designation. The purpose of this item is to discuss and obtain direction from HSB members as to appropriate remedies for these alterations, under the Secretary of the Interior's Standards and Guidelines.
The following PRESENTATION
will be given:
o Susan Hector, Principal Archaeologist, Principal and Senior Archaeologist, ASM Affiliates, Inc., gave a presentation on PRESERVING CULTURAL LANDSCAPES. San Diego County is rich in 18,000 prehistoric and historic archaeological sites, such as Rancho Guejito, Tulloch Ranch (near Cuyamaca Lake), and Long Potrero (near Tecate). Identifying evidence of historic and prehistoric human use of a landscape - the cultural landscape-- is as important to management of a nature preserve as identification of sensitive plants and animals, as human beings have always been an integral part of the ecology.GENERAL INFORMATION:
This public hearing is accessible to individuals with disabilities. If interpreter services for the hearing impaired are needed, please call the hearing staff liaison at (858) 694-3656 or California Relay Service, if notifying by TDD, no later than seven days prior to the date of the hearing.NOTE:
The Historic Site Board function is to act as an advisory body to both the Planning Commission and the Board of Supervisors. Decisions made by the Historic Site Board are in the form of a recommendation and are not the final decision. An opportunity will be provided for you to speak at this hearing regarding any of the above items.
PUB. JUNE 9-00007882
COUNTY OF SAN DIEGO
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
The County of San Diego, Owner, invites sealed bids for CONSTRUCTION OF COLLIER WAY BRIDGE REPLACEMENT OVER HARBISION CANYON CREEK, (RFB 1366).
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 June 27, 2006
, at which time they will be publicly opened and read aloud. The Contractor shall possess, at the time the Contract is awarded, a California contractor's license, Classification A,
General Engineering Contractor. Work to be done consists in general of removing the existing single span concrete bridge and construction of new single span reinforced concrete slab bridge with diaphragm abutments, grading Harbison Canyon Creek and installing articulated concrete blocks and high performance turf reinforcement mat for slope protection and reconstruction of the roadway approaches on Collier Way. The work includes earthwork, placing aggregate base, asphalt concrete, asphalt concrete dike, structural concrete and bar reinforcing steel, constructing concrete catch basins, cleanout and cutoff wall, installing reinforced concrete pipe and welded steel pipe casing, constructing concrete railing, constructing metal beam guard railing and tubular hand railing, constructing crash cushion, painting traffic stripe, providing traffic control and implementing water pollution control measures. The project is located in the vicinity of Harbison Canyon. The cost of construction is estimated to be from $900,000 to $1,100,000. Contract Documents, including reduced Plans only, Specifications and Proposal Forms, may be examined or purchased for the sum of $30 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 92123-1249. Full-size plans may be obtained at the Dept of Purchasing and Contracting, referenced above, at an additional cost of $9 per set. 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. The following report is available for review only at the Department of Public Works, Bldg 6, County Operations Center, 5555 Overland Ave, San Diego, CA 92123. To schedule an appointment to review the report, contact Jeff S. Moody, P.E. at 858-694-2684. This report (52 pgs) entitled, Final Structure Foundation Report, Collier Way Bridge Over Harbison Canyon Creek, County of San Diego, CA, Dated 12-18-03, revised 7-1-04, is provided for informational purposes only and is not part of this Contract. A cross sections pkg (8 sheets) used in the design of this project is available for review or purchase at a cost of $4 at the Department of Purchasing and Contracting, location referenced above. These are provided for informational purposes only, and are not part of this Contract. Make checks payable to County of San Diego; no refund will be made. All prices include tax. Mail service is available only to those prospective bidders outside a 30 mile radius of the County Operations Center and at an additional cost of $5 per set of documents. For mail service contact cashier at (858) 694-3062. NOTE:
Contract documents should be available for purchase after 1pm on Thur June 1. CONTACT CASHIER TO CONFIRM AVAILABILITY. This project is subject to Title 49, Code of Federal Regulations part 26 (49 CFR 26) entitled "Participation by Disadvantaged Business Enterprises in Department of Transportation Financial Assistance Programs." In order to ensure Caltrans achieves its federally mandated statewide overall DBE goal, the Agency encourages the participation of Disadvantaged Business Enterprises (DBEs), as defined in 49 CFE 26 in the performance of contracts financed in whole or in part with Federal Funds. The Contractor shall not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, or sex in the award and performance of contracts. The County of San Diego, as a manner of policy, encourages participation of disadvantaged and disabled veterans business enterprises. 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. Complete bid information, including Engineer's estimate of the work, is available at the 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, Building 11, San Diego, CA 92123.
Pub.May 31,June 1,2 ,5, 6,7,8, 9,12,13 -00007351
San Diego County Water Authority
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 22, 2006, at 9:00 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. 2006-15 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 2006-2007, which charge is a continuation of the Water 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:Melded Untreated M&I Supply Rate.
For Calendar Year 2007, the Melded Untreated Municipal and Industrial Supply Rate will be set at $365/AF 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.
For Calendar Year 2007 the Melded Municipal and Industrial Treatment Rate will be set at $147/AF to recover the costs of treating water for the Water Authority and may include costs of purchasing treated water from MWD and other treatment sources, and may recover certain other costs associated with the delivery of treated water.Replenishment Rate.
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 $335/AF to $360/AF, reflecting MWD's increase in treatment costs.Agricultural Water Rate.
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 $339/AF to $364/AF, consistent with the increase in treatment costs.Capacity Reservation Charge.
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 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 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 $8,812,800. 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.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 2006-2007. The Authority's share is set at $21,777,970. After credits from the MWD Standby Charge, and administrative costs, the net Authority share is $9,370,992. 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).
By Order of the Board of Directors of the San Diego County Water Authority
Doria F. Lore, Clerk of the Board
PASSED, APPROVED AND ADOPTED, this 25th day of May 2006 by the following vote:
AYES: Arant, Bowersox, Croucher, Dailey, Dixon, Ferguson, Knutson, Lewanski, Lewinger, Lewis, Linden, Loveland, Martin, Morrison, Muir Parker, Pocklington, Rhinerson, Rogers, Saunders, Steiner, Thompson, Tu, Watton, Williams, and Wornham. NOES: None; ABSTAIN: None; ABSENT: Bond, Brammell, Haddad, Irvin, Johnson, Price, Quist, Sundram, and Representative Slater-Price.
Pub. June 9,16-00007852
PUBLISHED: Friday June 09, 2006