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68 WEDNESDAY, AUG., 29, 2012 Classifieds II SIDNEY HERALD NOTICE INVITATION FOR BIDS The Board of Trustees for Richey Public Schools, Richey, Montana will re- ceive sealed proposals from general contractors for the furnishing of labor, tools, materials, and equipment necessary for the construction of the following building: RICHEY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL RETROFIT RICHEY, MONTANA Bids will be received for a single General Contract, including Mechanical and Electrical work. Such sealed bids or pro- posals will be filed in the Library of the Richey High School, Richey, Montana, until 2:00 PM, local time, Thursday, August 30, 2012 at which time the proposals will be publicly opened and read aloud. Bids shall be submitted on the form provided with the Contract Documents. Contract Documents may be secured at DDPowers - Architect, 2424 Rancho Road, Billings, MT 59102, upon deposit of $100.00 per set, 100% refundable, if returned within twenty (20) days after the bid opening in re-usable condition, in- cluding all addenda. Bids shall be accompa- nied by bid security in ac- cordance with Instruc- tions to Bidders for 10% of the total bid. Said sum to be in the form of lawful monies of the United States or a cashier's check payable to the Owner, or a bid bond as set forth in the Instruc- tions to Bidders. The Successful Bidder shall be required to furnish to the Owner, within ten (10) days of the bid's ac- ceptance, Performance Bond and Material Pay- ment Bond, each in an amount not less than 100% of the contract pdco. The Contractor and their sub-contractors will com- (ly with the Montana ontractor's Law and shall have a Certificate of Registration from the State of Montana, De- partment of Labor and In- dustry, Employment Re- lations Division. Contrac- tors shall comply with all fair labor practices and must meet the require- ments of State of Mon- tana Statutes, among which require that prefer- ence be given to the em- ployment of Montana Residents, and must pay the prevailing rate of wages to workers per- forming labor on the con- tract. Pursuant to Section 15-50-206(2)(3), MCA, the Owner is required to withhold one percent of all payments due the Contractor and is re- quired to transmit such moneys to the Montana Department of Revenue as part of the public con- tractor's license fee. In like fashion, the Contrac- tor is required to withhold one percent from pay- ments to subcontractors. Preference is hereby given to materials, sup- plies, equipment, machin- ery, and provisions pro- duced, manufactured, supplied or rown in Montana, quahty being equal to articles offered by the competitors out- .y+, side of the State. No bidder may withdraw his bid for at least thirty - (30) days after the sched- uled time for receipt of bids, except as noted in the Instructions to Bid- ders. The Owner reserves the right to accept or reject any or all bids, to waive irregularities, to evaluate the bids submitted and to accept the proposal, which best serves the in- terest of the Owner. (Publish Aug. 15, 22, 29, 2012) POLICY FOR LEGAL NOTICES: The Sidney Herald will make every effort to make sure there are no typing errors. How- ever, it is the respon- sibility of the adver- tiser to make sure the ad is correct on its first run. If it is not, please call us and we will make the correc- tion and re-run it ONE time. If the correction has to run more than once, the advertiser will be billed accord- ingly. Public Notice Pursuant to the Montana Strip and Underground Reclamation Act notice is hereby given that West- moreland Savage Corpo- ration, a Montana corpo- ration, with its offices lo- cated in Savage, Mon- tana, mailing address: P.O. Box 30, Savage, MT 59262 has filed an appli- cation with the Coal and Uranium Program of the Montana Department of Environmental Quality, to renew coal surface min- ing permit SMP C 1984002. This permit re- newal will authorize Westmoreland Savage Corporation to continue to affect an area of ap- proximately 885.0 acres known as Savage Mine, located west of Savage in all or portions of the fol- lowing areas: T20N R57E Sections: 21, 22, 23, 26, 27, and 28 US Geologi- cal Survey 7.5 minute quadrangle map, MT 47104-D4-TF-024, con- tain the area Savage Mine affected by this re- newal. Mining, recla- mation operations (i.e., regrading, resoiling, and reseeding), haulage and maintenance of sediment control structures at Sav- age Mine wilt continue. Copies of this renewal are on file for public inspection at the Richland County Library, Sidney, Montana, at the Coal and Uranium Pro- gram of the Montana De- partment of Environmen- tal Quality, 2001 11th Avenue, Bulding B, He- lena, Montana, and in the Coal and Uranium Pro- gram office located at Air- port Business Park,1371 Rimtop Drive, Bide IP-9, Billings, Montana. Writ- ten comments, objec- tions, or requests for in- formal conferences may be submitted by any per- son with an interest that is or may be adversely affected within 30 days of the last published an- nouncement to the Mon- tana Departme(406)748- 5124nt of Environmental Quality, Coal and Ura- nium Program, Attn: Chris Yde, PC Box 200901, Helena, Mon- tana 59620-0901, or at deqcoal @ mt.gov. (Publish July 26, 29, Sept. 2, 5, 2012) NOTICE The ' of the City Coifty Council Sidney hereby gives notice of a special meeting to be held on the 27th day of August, 2012, at 6:00 p.m., at the coun- cil chambers located in the Sidney City Hall at 115 2nd St. SE, Sidney, Mt., for the purpose of considering the approval of the Mayo Subdivision. Legally described as: Lots 1-31; S 1/21 SE 1/4 of Section 30, Township 23 North, Range 59 East. For further information re- garding this matter you may contact the City Clerk for the City of Sid- ney at 115 2nd St. SE, Sidney, MT, tel: 406-433-2809. City Clerk (Publish Aug. 26, 29, 2012) NOTICE SECTION 00010 INVITATION TO BID NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that sealed bids will be publicly opened and read on at 2:00 pm (MT) at the Richland County Courthouse Commission- ers Chambers by the County Commissioners of Richland County, Mon- tana for Richland County Fairgrounds Access Road and Park- ing Area Paving. Major work involved in the pro- iect consists of the follow- mg approximate quanti- ties: Mobilization, taxes, insur- ance, bonds, 11,900 S.Y. Asphalt Surfacing, 9,500 S.Y. subgrade prepara- tion, 3,300 ton crushed base course, and all mis- cellaneous work neces- sary therefore and inci- dental thereto for a com- plete project. ADDITIVE ALTERNATE SIDNEY SUGARS INCORPORATED HAS THE FOLLOWING POSITIONS OPEN: IA__: Mobilization, taxes, insurance, bonds, 14,700 S.Y. 3" plant mix asphalt surfacing, 4,400 ton crushed base course, and all miscellaneous work necessary therefore and incidental thereto for a complete project. ADDITIVE ALTERNATE IB_;" Mobilization, taxes, insurance, bonds, 14,700 S.Y. 6" Concrete Pavement, 3,300 ton crushed base course, and all miscellaneous work necessary therefore and incidental thereto for a complete project, ADDITIVE ALTERNATE IIA__.' Mobilization, taxes, insurance, bonds, 8,500 S.Y. 3" plant mix asphalt surfacing, 2,800 ton crushed base course, and all miscellaneous work necessary therefore and incidental thereto for a complete project. ADDITIVE ALTERNATE liB: Mobilization, taxes, insurance, bonds, 8,500 S.Y. 6" Concrete Pavement, 2,200 ton crushed base course, and all miscellaneous work necessary therefore and incidental thereto for a complete project. All specified work in con- nection with the Rich- land County Fair- grounds Access Road and Parking Area Pav- ing project for Richland County, Montana shall be done in accordance with the plans, specifications and other contract docu- ments on file in the office of the County Clerk of Richland County, Mon- tana. Bids must be sealed and delivered to the County Clerk of Richland County, Montana 59270 at or be- fore 2:00 pm (MT) on September 5, 2012 and marked "Richland County Fairgrounds Access Road and Park- ing Area Paving". Your bid must clearly identify the project to which it is directed and must clearly stipulate that it is a bid for construction of the above referenced project. Bid security in the amount of not less than ten percent (10%) of the amount of the bid, which shall be: (1) - lawful money of the United States, or (2) - a cashier's check, certified check, bank money order or bank draft drawn and is- sued by a federally char- tered or state chartered bank insured by the Fed- eral Deposit Insurance Corporation, or (3) - a bid bond executed by a surety corporation authorized to do business in the State of Montana, must accompany each bid. The money or, in lieu of money, the bank instruments or bid bonds must be payable directly to Richland County, Mon- tana. The successful bid- der will be required to hold its bid open for a pe- riod of 60 days following the opening and to enter into a formal contract if awarded the bid and to furnish good and suffi- cient performance and payment bonds to secure the performance of the terms and conditions of the contract. Failure to enter into a formal con- tract will result in forfei- ture of the bid security. Contractors must be reg- istered with the Montana Department of Labor and Industry prior to bidding on this project. All labor- ers and mechanics em- ployed by contractors or subcontractors in per- formance of the construc- tion work shall be paid wages at rates as may be required by the laws of the State of Montana. Forms for registration are available from the De- partment of Labor and In- dustry, P.O. Box 8011, 1805 Prospect, Helena, Montana 59604-8011. In- formation on registration can be obtained by call- ing 1-406-444-7734. Digital copies of the Bid- ding Documents are available at stateeng.com or www.ouestcdn.com for a fee of $20.00. These documents may be downloaded by selecting this project from the "Bid Documents" tab and by entering the Quest Pro- ject Number 1 on the "Search Projects" page. For assistance and free membership WWW. sidneyherald.com 406-433-2403 SOUTHWEST Address: 205 1Oth Ave SW Date: Fri., Aug. 31, 5-7 pm Date: Sat., Sept.. 1, 8 am-1 pm Items: Moving Sale! Furniture and misc. Contact Debbie Crossland 433-2403 I a. ........ I I I I I ISE A PART OF THE N E00UMdrS PAP E R _ _ _ CARRI E RS Routes Available Route 3" NE side of town Walking route 33 papers e Free Subscription e No Collections Route 7" NE side of town Walking route 40 papers No Collections west of Sidney/ Red River Drive 48 papers approx S94 per month +free subscription For information call Dawn. 433-2403. registration, contact QuestCDN at (952) 233-1632 or into @auestcdn.com. Pa- per copies of the Bidding Documents may be ob- tained from Docunet Corp. located at 2435 Xenium Lane North, Ply- mouth, MN 55441, phone (763) 475-9600, for a fee of $75.00 per set. Bidders must down- load the biddine do:u- ments from either QuestCDN or Docunet Corooration to be a regis- tered bidder and reciy addenda. Bidders obtain- ing cooies of the bidding documents from other sources do so at their The bidding and contract documents may also be examined at the Inter- state Engineering, Inc., 425 East Main Street, Sidney, MT 59270 or at the Richland County Commissioners Office, 201 West Main Street, Sidney, MT 59270. For additional information, contact either Joy Fleming, P.E., Interstate Engineering, Inc. 51 Highway 16, Glendive, MT 59330, (406) 377-5617, or Josh John- son, Interstate Engineer- ing, Inc., P.O. Box 648, Sidney, MT 59270, (406) 433-5617. Any contract entered into pursuant to this adver- tisement is subject to all applicable Federal Laws, including Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. All bids shall contain a statement showing that the bidder or contractor is not presently working be- yond the contract time, including authorized time extensions on any previ- ously awarded public contract project. The bid- der must supply all the in- formation required by the bid or proposal form and are advised that contrac- tors or subcontractors may be required to main- tain an affirmative action program under applicable federal laws. it is a condition of this contract and shall be made a condition of each subcontract entered into pursuant to this contract that the contractor and any subcontractor shall not require any laborer or mechanic employed in performance of the con- tract to work in surround- ings or under working conditions which are un- sanitary, hazardous or dangerous to his health or safety, as determined under construction safety and health standards. The Owner requires all Contractors submitting a bid provide workers com- pensation coverage on all individuals (owners, em- ployees, joint venture partners, or subcontrac- tors) associated with the project. The Richland County Commissioners hereby notifies all bidders that it will affirmatively insure that in any contract en- tered into pursuant to this advertisement, minority business enterprises will be afforded full opportu- nity to submit bids in re- sponse to this invitation and will not be discrimi- nated against on the grounds of race, color or National origin in consid- eration for an award. No bidder may withdraw his bid within sixty (60) days after the actual date of the opening thereof. The right is reserved to reject any or all bids, to waive any defect or infor- mality in any bid therein, and to accept the bid which the County Com- missioners determines to be the lowest responsible bid. Dated this 20th day of August , 2012. Don Steppler County Commissioner (Publish Aug., 29, Sept. 2, 2012) County, Montana. Bids must be sealed and delivered to the County Clerk of Richland County, Montana 59270 at or be- fore 2:00 pm (MT) on September 5, 2012 and marked "MSU-EARC Ac- cess Road and Parking Area Paving". Your bid must clearly identify the project to which it is di- rected and must clearly stipulate that it is a bid for construction of the above referenced project. Bid security in the amount of not less than ten percent (10%) of the amount of the bid, which shall be: (1) - lawful money of the United States, or (2) - a cashier's check, certified check, bank money order or bank draft drawn and is- sued by a federally char- tered or state chartered bank insured by the Fed- eral Deposit Insurance Corporation, or (3) - a bid bond executed by a surety corporation authorized to do business in the State of Montana, must accompany each bid. The money or, in lieu of money, the bank instruments or bid bonds must be payable directly to Richland County, Mon- tana. The successful bid- der will be required to hold its bid open for a pe- riod of 60 days following the opening and to enter into a formal contract if awarded the bid and to furnish good and suffi- cient performance and payment bonds to secure the performance of the terms and conditions of the contract. Failure to enter into a formal con- tract will result in forfei- ture of the bid security. Contractors must be reg- istered with the Montana Department of Labor and Industry prior to bidding on this project. All labor- ers and mechanics em- ployed by contractors or subcontractors in per- formance of the construc- tion work shall be paid wages at rates as may be required by the laws of the State of Montana. Forms for registration are available from the De- partment of Labor and In- dustry, P.O. Box 8011, 1805 Prospect, Helena, Montana 59604-8011. In- formation on registration can be obtained by call- ing 1-406-444-7734. Digital copies of the Bid- ding Documents are available at www.inter- stateeng.com or www.questcdn.com for a fee of $20.00. These documents may be downloaded by selecting this project from the "Bid Documents" tab and by entering the Quest Pro- ject Number 2215545 on the "Search Projects" page. For assistance and free membership registration, contact QuestCDN at (952) 233-1632 or info@questcdn.com. Pa- per copies of the Bidding Documents may be ob- tained from Docunet Corp. located at 2435 Xenium Lane North, Ply- mouth, MN 55441, phone (763) 475-9600, for a fee of $75.00 per set. Bidders must down- load the bidding docu- ments from either QuestCDN or Docunet Corporation to be a regis- tered bidder and receive addenda. Bidders obtain- ing copies of the bidding documents from other NOTICE SECTION 00010 INVITATION TO BID NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that sealed bids will be publicly opened and read on September 5, 2012 at 2:00pro (MT) at the Richland County Courthouse Commission- ers Chambers by the County Commissioners of Richland County, Mon- tana for MSU-EARC Ac- cess Road and Parking Area Paving. Major work involved in the pro- iect consists of the follow- mg approximate quanti- ties: BASE BID: Mobilization, taxes, insur- ance, bonds, 870 S.Y. Asphalt Surfacing, 870 S.Y. subgrade prepara- tion, and all miscellane- ous work necessary therefore and incidental thereto for a complete project. ADDITIVE ALTERNATE h Mobilization, taxes, insur- ance, bonds, 1405 S.Y. Asphalt Surfacing, 1405 S.Y. subgrade prepara- tion, and all miscellane- ous work necessary therefore and incidental thereto for a complete project. ADDITIVE ALTERNATE 2: Mobilization, taxes, insur- ance, bonds, 1405 S.Y. Concrete Paving, 1405 S.Y. subgrade prepara- tion, and all miscellane- ous work necessary therefore and incidental thereto for a complete project. All specified work in con- nection with the MSU-EARC Access Road and Parking Area Paving project for Rich- land County, Montana shall be done in accor- dance with the plans, specifications and other contract documents on file in the office of the County Clerk of Richland YOUR RIGHT TO KNOW and be informed of the functions of your government are embodied In legal notices. In that self- government charges all citizens to be informed, this newspaper urges every citizen to read and study these notices. We stronlly advlee those citizens seeking further Information to exercise their right to access to public records and public meetings. sources do so at their own risk. The bidding and contract documents may also be examined at the Inter- state Engineering, Inc., 425 East Main Street, Sidney, MT 59270 or at the Richland County Commissioners Office, 201 West Main Street, Sidney, MT 59270. For additional information, contact Joy Fleming, P.E., Interstate Engineer- ing, Inc. 51 Highway 16, Glendive, MT 59330, (406) 377-5617. Any contract entered into pursuant to this adver- tisement is subject to all applicable Federal Laws, including Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. All bids shall contain a statement showing that the bidder or contractor is not presently working be- yond the contract time, including authorized time extensions on any previ- ously awarded public contract project. The bid- der must supply all the in- formation required by the bid or proposal form and are advised that contrac- tors or subcontractors may be required to main- tain an affirmative action program under applicable federal laws. It is a condition of this contract and shall be made a condition of each subcontract entered into pursuant to this contract that the contractor and any subcontractor shall not require any laborer or mechanic employed in performance of the con- tract to work in surround- ings or under working nity to submit bids in re- sponse to this invitation and will not be discrimi- nated against on the grounds of race, color or National origin in consid- eration for an award. No bidder may withdraw his bid within sixty (60) days after the actual date of the opening thereof. The right is reserved to reject any or all bids, to waive any defect or infor- mality in any bid therein, and to accept the bid conditions which are un- which the County Com- sanitary, hazardous or missioners determines to dangerous to his health be the lowest responsible or safety, as determined bid. under construction safety and health standards. Dated this 20th day of The Owner requires all August,2012. Contractors submitting a Don Steppler bid provide workers com- County Commissioner pensation coverage on all (Publish Aug. 22, 29, individuals (owners, era- 2012) ployees, joint venture partners, or subcontrac- tors) associated with the project. classifieds@ sidneyherald.corr WWW. sidneyherald.corr 406-433-2403 The Richland County Commissioners hereby notifies all bidders that it will affirmatively insure that in any contract en- tered into pursuant to this advertisement, minority business enterprises will be afforded full opportu- Maintenance Electrician; $21.21 hour starting; $25.18 and full time with proven competence Electrical Instrumentation; $21.21 hour starting, $25.18 and full time with proven competence House Mechanic; $21.21 hour starting, $24.32 and full time with proven competence Instrument Person; $20.95 hour starting, $25.18 and full time with proven competence Boiler Operator; Class 1 or 2 license $25.18. Class 3 $20.95 hr with willingness to learn. Full time benefits are: Holiday, Vacation and sick pay Insurance for medical, dental and life Pension and 401 (k) Apply in person or request an application from 1"racy Taynor: 35140 59270 Emaih ttaynor@crystalsugar.com Phone: 406-433-9320 Fax: 406-433-9317 _ ,, An Equal Opportunity Employer " Drug Free Wor kplace l  1 www.sidneysugars.com ]]idney Sugars I INCORPORATED Lufkin Industries is seeking applicants for the following positions at our Glendive, MT, location, which is under new management - Todd Kinney, Service Center Manager. Crane Operator This position will require the employee to possess knowledge and skill in the following areas: Crane experience preferred National crane certification a plus High school diploma or GED Field Service Technician This position requires performance of all aspects of maintenance on Oilfield Pumping Units in a team atmosphere. Good driving record High school diploma or GED Proven mechanical aptitude Oilfield experience a plus CDL license, Class 13, a plus Lufkin Industries, Inc. offers a competitive salary and benefits package. Qualified applicants can email or fax their resume to: lbrowder@lufkin.eom (432) 224-6301 Attention: Leann Browder LUFKIN The Energy Flows Through Us See ALl, of our lVliltl)le l)ositions at   Llufkin.cont An equal opportunity employer M/F/D/V