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Request for Snow Plowing Proposals

The Town of lake Mills is soliciting proposals for snow plowing, sanding and salting, and salt and sand storage and mixing for 38 miles of township roads. This request is for the winter season November 2016 thru April 2017. The Town Board may consider a multiple year contract at the time of selection of a contractor. All proposals will be considered and must be presented on a contract basis with specific per hour charges for each piece of equipment used in snow removal. Billing terms will be monthly invoices. It will be the responsibility of the contractor to work with the Town Board to establish plowing policies and ensure customer satisfaction. The Town Board will not be obligated to accept the lowest proposal. The acceptance of the proposal will reflect on the dependability and the manner in which each contractor has performed in the past or from references provided by the contractor in the proposal.

All proposals must include a certificate of insurance, in the amount of two million dollars ($2,000,000.00), which shall insure against any and all liability that results from the contractor’s acts or omissions. The contractor will provide a storage facility for sand and salt. Said facility will meet the current State of Wisconsin environmental laws regulating storage of sand and salt. Sand and salt must also be available to town residents from a pick up point thru the winter season.

Sample contract can be viewed online at townoflakemills.org.

Proposals are due by 5:00PM on Monday June 20, 2016

All proposals should be delivered to the Town Hall mail box in a plain envelope marked SNOW

Town of Lake Mills 1111 South Main Street Lake Mills, WI 53551 

Contact Clerk with questions.  


 

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