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THURSDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1995 C-5 THE COURIER-NEWS COLLEGE FOOTBALL ers coac North P'lainfield native led Boston College to glory in the 1980s. By BRIAN LEWIS Courier-News Staff Writer He grew up a stone's throw from Rutgers, but he made his living beating the Scarlet Knights in football. Now, North Plainfield native Jack Bicknell would love nothing more than to come home as the next Rutgers football coach. Bicknell, who coached Boston College to national prominence in the 1980s, is one of a long list of possible replacements for the fired Doug Graber. "I did, and I do," Bicknell responded, when asked if he had interest in I the vacant Rutgers position. "All I did was, right after I saw the news on TV, I wrote a letter to Fred Gruninger expressing my interest in the job. "That's all it is. He received my lotfor Mv fnrmpr Bicknell AD (Bill Flynn) called Gruninger and spoke to him on my behalf. But as of now, they have not contacted me." The question is, will they contact him. Bicknell is 58 years old and hasn't coached in college since 1990, when he was fired by Boston College. Speculation has been that Rutgers may consider him too old for the major building job that needs to be done. Two Rutgers insiders said that Bicknell's name has been bandied about and that they have looked over . his background. Both sources said that Bicknell had not been ruled out because of his age, although one said, "We may be looking for someone a little younger, but that doesn't mean we cross him off entirely." Just who Rutgers really is looking at remains a mystery. "Who knows what their thinking is?" Bicknell asked rhetorically. "I met Fred years ago, but I don't know. I just wrote to let them know I have interest if they have interest in me." All signs indicate that Bicknell isn't Rutgers' prime choice, but he may get at least an interview. He was 59-55-1 in 10 season at B.C. His heyday was a 27-8 stretch with Doug Flutie at the helm that peaked with the classic 47-45 win at Miami in 1984 and culminated with a 45-28 win over Houston in the Cotton Bowl. He took the Eagles to four bowl games and won two of them. "Right now, I'm coaching in Barcelona in the World League," said Bicknell, who is the WLAF's winnineest lets still haven't ound Haselrig Guard, who was suspended Monday by the NFL, hasn't been heard from in nine days By JIM CORBETT Gannett Suburban Newspapers HEMPSTEAD, N.Y. - There is still no trace of missing New York Jets guard Carlton Haselrig, who has not been heard from in nine days. "I just hope he's not dead," Hasel-rig's Pittsburgh lawyer Jim Ecker said Wednesday. "I just hope he's all right. If he is on a binge, he is just getting worse." Haselrig was suspended Monday for at least his third violation of the National Football League's substance-abuse policy. Family and friends are concerned for his well being. Ecker has spoken with Haselrig's estranged wife in Atlanta and Haselrig's father in Johnstown, Pa. But neither has heard from him during the last nine days. Ecker said he received a call from a Pittsburgh reporter telling him that Haselrig had returned to his Monroe-ville, Pa. home after spotting garbage cans outside the previously unoccupied house. But Ecker's calls to Haselrig's home went unreturned. Though no official missing person's report has been filed, an unauthorized driver report filed by teammate Donald Evans, whose Long Island rental car Haselrig is driving and had a hit-and-run accident with, has yet to turn up anything. Ecker said he has not heard from any law enforcement officials or any drug rehabilitation people who might have seen Haselrig since he last talked to anyone with the Jets. That was Nov. 27, the day after the 29-year-old checked himself out of a Long Island rehabilitation unit. THE JETS finally received some good news for an injury-ravaged defensive line. The unit was forced to play most of Sunday's loss against St. Louis with just four defensive linemen. Defensive tackle Tony Casillas practiced after sitting out last week with a bruised knee. Rookie defensive end Hugh Douglas sat out Sunday with a sprained ankle. "I anticipate Casillas playing," coach Rich Kotite said. Kotite anticipates having six healthy defensive linemen against New England. The Jets basically played with four defensive tackles against the Rams after defensive end Marvin Washington was ejected late in the second quarter for his hit that knocked quarterback Chris Miller out and special teamerdefensive end Kurt Barber went out with a season-ending knee injury. SECOND YEAR receiver Ryan Yarborough will likely make his first start of the season against the Patriots in place of Charles Wilson, who has six dropped passes, including one in each of the last three games. Yarborough came into training camp penciled in as one starter, but was beaten out during the preseason by undrafted free agent Wayne Chre-bet. The former Hofstra University star has set a record for Jets rookie wide receivers with 48 catches. Wilson missed practice with a bruised buttocks muscle. Wilson did not appear on the injury report. Chrebet received high praise from New England Patriots coach Bill Parcells. "I think anybody would like to have a guy who plays like he plays," he said. "He kind of reminds me of a Steve Largent kind of guy. He has a lot of years to go. But that's kind of the way Largent started." RIGHT TACKLE Siupeli Mala-mala will undergo reconstructive surgery Monday on a torn medial collateral ligament inside his left knee. He has had instability inside the knee for nearly a year. That may be a bad omen for rookie guard Matt O'D-wyer, who suffered the same injury Sunday against the Rams. Surgery has not been recommended to date. In addition to Wilson and Douglas, cornerback Aaron Glenn (cramps) and safety Victor Green (knee) did not practice. TEL I" i ) A f 1 1 coach. "It's a great job, and it's a great situation. But I'm very interested. I coached in Jersey for eight years (Ro-selle Park, Springfield and Berkeley Heights) and I went to North Plain-field. So I know New Jersey." He certainly does. A 1955 North Plainfield grad, and a former Wat-chung Hills assistant, Bicknell's roots are strictly Central Jersey. He's well-known in these parts and he's well liked. He recruited well at Boston College and rode Flutie to the school's big-gest-ever financial windfall in the early 80s. He's won consistently in Barcelona, but again, the playing field was level. Rutgers will be ask- NFL NOTES ing its coach to win where nobody else has succeeded. Does the Rutgers challenge seem intimidating? "Not really," Bicknell responded. "More than any other time in Rutgers history they've got everything in place. When I went to B.C., they hadn't gone to a bowl game and they had NEVER done anything. "They have a new stadium and I haven't been down there but I hear its nice. "If you take a four-hour drive, you can have more football players than you need, really. Right now is the right time. It's certainly the right time for Rutgers." Kelly's bothered by sore shoulder Associated Press photo Rumors that Jets guard Carlton Haselrig (63) had returned to his Pennsylvania home are apparently untrue. He is still missing. ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. (AP) -Buffalo Bills quarterback Jim Kelly admitted that he won't make certain passes on Sunday because he has been nursing a sore shoulder for the last three weeks. "It's a rotator cuff. It's bruised and stretched a little bit," Kelly said. "The only thing for it is rest, and I haven't been practicing the last three weeks. I've just been going into the game and playing." MINNESOTA VIKINGS: Unable to coax Steve Jordan out of retirement, the Minnesota Vikings are interested in another of their former tight ends, Mike Tice, to bolster a position depleted by injuries. SAN DIEGO CHARGERS: The San Diego Chargers released defensive end Burt Grossman a day after they brought back the former first-round draft pick. PHILADELPHIA EAGLES: Running back Charlie Garner had the cast removed from his broken right thumb, but is still listed as questionable for Sunday's game with the Dallas Cowboys. ST. LOUIS RAMS: Despite five concussions in 15 months, Chris Miller isn't thinking about getting out of football. The St. Louis Rams ruled out their quarterback for Sunday's game against Buffalo, but Miller said his condition wasn't that serious. PITTSBURGH STEELERS: Pittsburgh Steelers' star cornerback Rod Woodson will be examined today and Friday in Vail, Colo., by knee specialist Richard Steadman. He hopes to be told he still has a chance of returning for the playoffs. HERMAN MOORE of the Detroit Lions is the NFC offensive player of the week after his 14 catches Monday night against the Chicago Bears. The other players honored this week were Miami's Dan Marino; Stanley Rich-. ard of Washington; Brian Washington of Kansas City; Sean Landeta of St. Louis and Todd Peterson of Seattle. Brown claims he wants to be a Giant Quarterback backtracks on some remarks he made Monday. By ERNIE PALLADINO Gannett Suburbin Newspapers EAST RUTHERFORD - Dave Brown joined in Wednesday on the New York Giants season's most popular trend backtracking when he emphatically backed off his comments of Monday. He said at the time he was keeping all his options open for his upcoming free-agent status, including that of going elsewhere as a backup. But it was a different picture Wednesday. "I want to be a Giant," he said. "I said that Monday, and I'm saying that right now. I still want to be a Giant, no matter what's been written. That's my first and foremost goal. "No. 2, 1 don't know quite how the whole thing came out about me wanting to be a backup. It's probably my fault because I misinterpreted the question being asked. But when you start asking questions about hypothetical things, poor responses come out. "I've worked hard to be a starter in this league, and that's something I want to continue to do, and I want to get better at it. I don't want to settle for a setback being a backup. To me, I'm moving backwards if I'm a backup. I want to move forward and be a starter, no two ways about it." Brown chalked it all up to a slip of the tongue. "I'm sorry it came out like that. I'm upset about it. I'm not blaming you guys. I'm blaming myself for allowing that to happen. "It's a hypothetical situation something (agent Leigh Steinberg) can't control and I can't control until the season's over. I want to be here. This is something to get across because it's bothered me personally." Coach Dan Reeves wouldn't even get into Brown's contract status or his outlook for next year, himself having been a victim of his own words recently about his future. "I got in trouble about answering my question," he said. "Dave got in trouble, or got asked questions, about answering his. I think the thing is, he said we've got to worry about these next three weeks, and we'll address the other thing when it comes. "I haven't been asked any questions by management as far as Dave Brown is concerned. I'm probably one of the last people that knows about guys that are free agents and so forth are we going to negotiate with them now or when the season's over? I haven't been asked any questions." WASHINGTON REDSKINS second-year quarterback Heath Shuler has not had an enviable season. ' First, he severely sprained his throwing shoulder just 18 plays into the opening game. Then, after he was healthy, he sat by another few games watching Gus Frerotte command the offense. In all, he missed 10 games. So he's trying to make up for lost experience. He got a good effort in going 11-of-24 for 154 yards and a touchdown in last week's win over Dallas. "I think it was a big game because the verdict was out on whether or not I could play," Shuler said. "You go down and you have a good game and get things started offensively and put . some points on the board against b really good defense... I think it rea' , was a big game. Maybe it will ti things around." LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE BOROUGH OF MANVILLE SOMERSET COUNTY, NEW JERSEY PUBLIC NOTICE - PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that the Mayor and Council of the Borough of Manville has scheduled the following SPECIAL MEETING to be held on December 18, 1995 at 100 South 10th Avenue., in the Manville Public Library, Manville, New Jersey, for discussions and official action on matters including but not limited to the following agenda item: 1. Work Session at 7:30 pm on December 18, 1995 2. Regular Meeting at 8:00 pm on December 18, 1995 3. Regular Meeting of December 22, 1995 CANCELLED - Adequate notice of this meeting, as required by the Open Public Meetings Act ( SUNSHINE LAW ) P L. 1975, Chapter 231, has been provided in that on December 5, 1995 this meeting notice was: 1. Prominently posted on the Bulletin Board in the Municipal Building: 2. Filed with the Borough Clerk: 3. Mailed to any person who requests it and who has paid the (ee established by the public body to cover the cost of providing such notice; and 4. Transmitted to the Manville News, Courier News and Messenger Gazette. Kathryn Kinner, Administrator 127, 1x fees;$21 28 " LEGAL (PUBLIC) NOTICE ADVERTISING DEADLINES Date of publication Deadline Monday Thursday 11:30 am Tuesday Friday 1 1 :30 am Wednesday Monday 1 1 :30 am Thursday Tuesday 1 1 :30 am Friday Wednesday 1 1 :30 am Saturday Thursday 1 1 :30 am Sunday Thursday 11:30 am The above deadlines are for in-column legal advertising. Notices that require proofs, contain extensive copy (i.e. budgets, multi-page or multi-column iegals) should be submitted 10 days in advance of the publication date to ensure proper publication. LEGAL ADS MUST BE SUMITTED IN WRITING Mail legal ads to: The Courier-News Attn: G. Jean Figler, Legal Advertising 1201 US Hwy. 22 P.O. Box 6600 Bridgewater, NJ 08807-6600 utive Director at the address cited above. All comments Glen D. Petrauski. Executive Director, submitted by interested persons in response to this notice ,Tir-ir will be considered by MCUA with respect to their respec- PUBLIC NOTICE tive permit application. If there are no substantive com- - Sealed proposals will be received by the Somerset ments submitted or testimony given, the permit may be Raritan Valley Sewerage Authority. P.O. Box 6400. Bridge-approved at themeeting noticed above. water. New Jersey 08807 until 1 0:30 A.M. Thursday, Janu-Martin Matuskiewicz. Chairman ary 1 1, 1996 and then publicly opened and read I aloud for: Richard Fitamant, Executive Director REMOVAL OF INCINERATOR ASH I FORM If "JUNG BA- 1 27,1 X SINS AND LOADING INTO COANTAINERS AND ASH, fees:$35 72 GRIT, SCREENINGS AND GARBAGE - HAULING FEES , ,,, - Specilications and bid forms may be obtained from Glen NOTICE OF PUBLIC HtAniNu q petrauski. Executive Director, Polhemus Lane. Bridge- - TAKE NOTICE THAT A FORMAL HEARING WILL BE "a,r' Ne jersey HELD ON DECEMBER 18, 1995, BEFORE THE NORTH compliance with specifications. PLAINFIELD PLANNING BOARD IN THE COUNCIL A proposals must be submitted giving the price in figures CHAMBER, BOROUGH HALL. 263 SOMERSET STREET, ,or proposed purchase andte signed by the bidder NORTH PLAINFIELD, NEW JERSEY. AT 7:30 P M. ON jh and address Each proposal must be en- THE APPEAL OR APPLICATION OF THE UNDERSIGNED wosed ,n sealed enveiope marked 'Proposal for Remov-APPLICANT FOR A VARIANCE OF OTHER RELIEF , , ,ncjnerator Ash (rom Settling Basins and Loading into FROM THE REQUIREMENTS OR PROHIBITIONS OF containers and Asn, Grit, Screenings and Garbage-Haul-SECTION 9-1802 OF THE ZONING ORDINANCE SO AS Fees' If forwarded by mail, the sealed envelope con-TO PERMIT THE ERECTION AND USE OF AN ADDITION , ,h proposa. and marked as directed above, must TO THE REAR OF ITS EXISTING OFFICE BUILDING be enclosed in another envelope addressed as specified (ADDITION 30 FT. x 36 17 FT) FOR OFFICE USE LACK- Be and sen, preferably. by registered mail. ING 2 REQUIRED PARKING SPACES ON PREMISES . Bldaers are required to comply with the requirements of LOCATED AT 893 U.S. ROUTE 22 WEST, NORTH PLAIN- pT Vgylc 127 FIELD, NEW JERSEY. AND DESIGNATED AS BLOCK r ft , understood and agreed that proposals may be 159, LOT 2 ON THE TAX MAP, WHICH PREMISES ARE IN dellvered be(ore the time or at the time specified for THE B-3 BUSINESS ZONE. ooenina as the olace specified tor openinq. - ALL DOCUMENTS RELATING TO THE APPLICATION f P? XS . exercises all due diligence in retaining MAY BE INSPECTED BY THE PUBLIC BETWEEN THE proposas maiied or submitted before the time specified HOURS OF 8:30 A M. AND 3:00 P.M. IN THE ZONING Opining at the place specified for opening. However, OFFICE IN THE MUNICIPAL BUILDING AT 263 SOMER- responsibinty for submission of proposals at the time SET STREET. NORTH PLAINP1ELD. NEW JERSEY. specified for opening at the place specified for opening LEVIN MANAGEMENT CORP. -remains with the! bidder. VOGEL & GAST. ATTORNEYS . Tne Somerset Raritan Valley Sewerage Authority in cinlS Bridgewater, Somerset County, New Jersey reserves the fees:$20 5 rign, to accept 0r reject any andor all bids for the whole or NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE any part and waive any informalities as they may deem BOROUGH OF WATCHUNG best for the interest of the Authority. - SEALED BIDS will be received in the office of the - By order of the Somerset Raritan Valley Dewerage Borough Clerk. 15 Mountain Boulevard. Watchung. NJ Authority in Bridgewater, Somerset New Jersey. uubu on weekaays between tne nours or ;uu tvi ana uion u. rmiaus tcu,. 4:00 PM until Monday, December 18, 1995 at 10:00 AM at wnicn time tne oias win De openeo ana reao tor me sate or the below described motor vehicles: 1988 Chevrolet Caprice VIN 1 G1 BL51 60JR1 6971 6 1989 Ford Pickup Truck VIN irTHr 2bur KNAiuyyo 1 27,1 x fees:$61 56 Fax your legal ad to: Fax confirmation 908-707-3205 908-707-3047 For information or assistance call 908-707-3047. Legal advertising rates are 38t per line. MIDDLESEX COUNTY UTILITIES AUTHORITY PO BOX B-1 SAYREVILLE, N.J. 08872 PUBLIC NOTICE NOTICE: Notice of proposed issuance of non-doemstic wastewater discharge permits. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Middlesex County Utilities Authority (MCUA) intends to issue non-domestic wastewater discharge permits to: NEW PERMITS: Cytec Industries Inc. of Woodbridqe Silgan Containers Corporation of Edison RENEWED PERMITS: Amerchol Corporation of Edison L.A. Dreyfus Company of Edison SmithKline Beecham Pharmaceuticals of Piscataway who have applied to the MCUA for a new, or renewed permit to discharge non-domestic wastewater into the MCUA s treatment works at the regularly scheduled meeting of the MCUA to be held at 1:00 p.m. on December 28, 1995. at the Board Room. Middlesex County Utilities Authority. Chevalier Avenue, Sayreville. New Jersey. - The proposed permits contain conditions necessary to implement the provisions of the MCUA's Industrial Pre-treatment Program which has been developed and prepared pursuant to Federal Regulations. 40 CFR Part 403 and as a requirement of State law. N.J.S.A. 58:11-49 et seq - The proposed permits prepared by MCUA are based on administrative records which are on file at MCUA's offices located at Chevalier Avenue in the Borough of Sayreville. Middlesex County. They are available for inspection by appointment, between 8:00 a m. and 4:00 pm, Monday through Friday. Appointments for inspection may be scheduled by calling (908)721-3800. - Comments on a permit may be made prior to or at the meetinq. Written comments may be submitted to the Exec- PUBLIC NOTICE - Please take notice that the City of Plainfield. Divisions of Bl.,nn OAnraatinn iA.il! l-nnrltif-t a Pi ihlif HoArinn ffll Bid documents mav be obtained from the office of the r k-. a hoe ntu hii i iiv 51 s watchunn Borough Clerk during regular business hours and must be Avenue 7 00 p m to discuss the Green Trust Local Assis- returned by the above date and time in a sealed envelope tanca Loan and Grant Applcation from the Department of addressed to the borough Clerk and marked surplus EnVjronmental Protection and Energy. Vehicles'. A 10 bid deposit is required. Bidder must . The Cty of Plainfield is proposing to apply for the 1995. acknowledge that the Borough is selling the referenced Green Trust Local Assistance Program, loan and grant vehicles in as is' condition. The Borough makes no war- applcatjon to orJtain funding for the improvements on the ranties, either express or implied as to the condition of the foiloyng four city Owned Playgrounds, vehicle sold or as to its intended use or its merchantability , p,usrlmore Playground, located at 1401 - 1503 West Vehicles may be inspected during regular working hours Tnrd streetRUShmore Avenue, Block 144 Lot 7. at the Public Works Garage, 880 Somerset Street. Wat- 2 Hannan Atkins Playground, located at 508-552 West Chung (908) 753-61 1 5 Tnjrd street. Block 1 07, Lots 1 -7 and Lot 1 9 Adele G.. Widin, RMC Municipal Clerk 3 Se(dBr playground, located at 1001 - 1023 North Ave- l5 nue31 1-357 Garfield Avenue, block 403, Lot 1. fees:$19.00 4 Byrant Playground, located 419-431 East Sixth PUBLC NOTICE Street41 8-430 East Fifth Street, Block 609 Lot 6. - Sealed proposals will be received by the Somerset - The documents for the aforementioned application is Raritan Valley Sewerage Authority, P.O. Box 6400, Bridge- available for public inspection in the Office of the division water. New Jersey 08807 until 10:15 A.M. Thursday, Janu- of Planning and Community Development, 515 Watchung ary 11 1996 and then publicly opened and read aloud for: Avenue, Plainfield, between the hours of 9:00 p.m. and LIQUID SULFUR DIOXIDE 4:00 p m. Cr.tw.Kir.atine anri KiH fnrme mow Ko nhtainArf fmm ftlAH llTima C. NWODOdU. ASSiStant DireCtOr D. Petrauski, Executive Director, Polhemus Lane, Bridge- Division of Planning and Community Development. 1 27,1 x fees:21.28 SOMERSET COUNTY BOARD OF CHOSEN FREEHOLDERS NOTICE TO BIDDERS water. New Jersey. - All bids must be in strict compliance with specifications. All proposals must be submitted giving the price in figures for the proposed purchase and be signed by the bidder with his name and address. Each proposal must be enclosed in a sealed envelope marked LIQUID SULFUR DIOXIDE'. If forwarded by mail, the sealed envelope con taining the proposal, and marked as directed above, must . Seaed blds wln be received by the County of Somerset be enclosed in another envelope addressed as specified on December 28, 1995 at 1:00 P.M. in the Second Floor above and sent, preferably, by registered mail. Engineering conference Room, County Administration - Bidders are required to comply with the requirements of BuHding, Somerville, New Jersey for the Replacement of P L. 1975, c. 127 (N.J.A C. 17:27) Wertsville Road Bridge and Reconstruction of Approach- - It is understood and agreed that proposals may be Bridge B0401, Hillsborough Township, Somerset delivered before the time, or at the time specified for County, New Jersey, Contract No. 95013. opening as the place specified for opening. . Specifications, Plans and Forms of Bid for the proposed - The Authority exercises all due diligence in retaining pro.ect prepared by the Somerset County Engineering proposals mailed or submitted before the time specified fteAanment. Somerville. New Jersey, have been filed in for opening at the place specified for opening. However, ,he ot(jce o( tne county Engineer in the County Adminis-responsibility for submission of proposals at the time tratjon Building, Somerville, New Jersey, and may be specified for opening at the place specified for opening inspected b the prospective bidders during business remains with the bidders. hours on or after December 7, 1995. - The Somerset Raritan Valley Sewerage Authority in . copies of said documents may be obtained by prospec-Bridgewater, Somerset County, New Jersey reserves the Vyg bldders at tne same address. A document fee of right to accept or reject any andor all bids for the whole or j75 00 NON REFUNDABLE in the form of a check payable any part and waive any informalities as they may deem ,Q ,he somerset County Treasurer will be obtained for best for the interest of the Authority. each set of documents taken out by prospective bidders. - By order of the Somerset Raritan Valley Dewerage . Tne contrac, inciudes. but is not limited to, the following Authority in Bridgewater, Somerset New Jersey. major items of work: Implementation of detour. Demolition of existing bridge. Construction of new bridge comprised of a timber superstructure supported on cast-in-place concrete abutments, and wingwalls. Reconstruction of the approaches of Wertsville Road. - Bids must be made on the standard proposal form in the manner designated therein and required by the Specifications, must be enclosed in the sealed envelopes bearing the name of the job and address of the bidder on the outside, addressed to Mary Louise Stanton. Purchasing Agent, County Administration Building. Somerville, New Jersey, clearly marked on the outside, 'Replacement ot Wertsville Road Bridge and Reconstruction of Approaches, Bridge B0401, Hillsborough Township, Somerset County. New Jersey. Contract No. 95013', accompanied by Surety in the form of a Proposal Bond (only on the form herein provided). Certified Check or Cashier's Check in the amount of 10 of such bid, but not exceeding $20,000 00 payable to the Somerset County Treasurer , to guarantee, if succcessful. bidder will, within 10 days after the award of the bid, enter into an appropriate contract with the County, and that said Surety Company will furnish a Performance Bond and Payment Bond in amounts of 1 00 of successful bidder's contract. The Board of Chosen Freeholders reserves the right to reject any or all bids, to waive any informalities in the proposal received and to accept the bid which in their judgement will best serve the interest of the county. Bidders are required to comply with requirements of PL 1975, Chapter 127. BY ORDER OF THE BOARD OF CHOSEN FREEHOLDERS OF THE COUNTY OF SOMERSET, NEW JERSEY. Mary Louise Stanton Purchasing Agent SOMERSET COUNTY BOARD OF CHOSEN FREEHOLDERS NOTICE TO BIDDERS - Sealed bids will be received by the County of Somerset on December 28, 1995 at 2:00 P.M. in the Second Floor Engineering conference Room, County Administration Building, Somerville, New Jersey for the Replacement of Holland Brook Road Bridge and Reconstruction of Approaches, Bridge C0704, Branchburg Township, Somerset County, New Jersey, Contract No. 95014. - Specifications, Plans and Forms of Bid for the proposed project, prepared by the Somerset County Engineering Department, Somerville, New Jersey, have been filed in the Office of the County Engineer in the County Administration Building. Somerville, New Jersey, and may be inspected by the prospective bidders during business hours on or after December 7, 1995. Copies of said documents may be obtained by prospective bidders at the same address. A document fee of $75 00 NON REFUNDABLE in the form of a check payable to the Somerset County Treasurer will be obtained for each set of documents taken out by prospective bidders. The contract includes, but is not limited to, the following major items of work: Implementation of detour. Demolition of existing bridge. Construction of new bridge comprised of a timber superstructure supported on cast-in-place concrete abutments, and wingwalls. Reconstruction of the approaches of Holland Brook Road. - - Bids must be made on the standard proposal form in the manner designated therein and required by the Specifica tions, must be enclosed in the sealed envelopes bearing the name of the job and address of the bidder on the outside, addressed to Mary Louise Stanton, Purchasing Agent, County Administration Building, Somerville, New Jersey, clearly marked on the outside, 'Replacement of Holland Brook Road Bridge and Reconstruction of Approaches, Bridge C0704, Branchburgh Township, Somerset County. New Jersey, Contract No. 95014', accompanied by Surety in the form of a Proposal Bond (only on the form herein provided). Certified Check or Cashier's Check In the amount of 10 of such bid, but not exceeding $20,000.00 payable to the Somerset County Treasurer, to guarantee, if succcessful, bidder will, within 10 days after the award of the bid, enter into an appropriate contract with the County, and that said Surety Company will furnish a Performance Bond and Payment Bond in amounts of 100 of successful bidder's contract. The Board of Chosen Freeholders reserves the right to reject any or all bids, to waive any informalities in the proposal received and to accept the bid which in their judgement will best serve the interest of the county. - Bidders are required to comply with requirements of PL 1975, Chapter 127. BY OROER OF THE BOARD OF CHOSEN FREEHOLDERS OF THE COUNTY OF SOMERSET, NEW JERSEY. Mary Louise Stanton Purchasing Agent 1 27,1 x fees:$93.48 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE OF OROER TO LIMIT CREDITORS SOMERSET COUNTY SURROGATE'S COURT Estate Of VIOLA BAXTER aka VIOLA M. BAXTER deceased. Notice is hereby given, that on the 27st day of November A D. 1995 on the application of the undersigned as Executrix of the Estate of VIOLA BAXTER aka VIOLA M. BAXTER deceased; an order was made by the surrogate s Court, requiring the creditors of the said deceased to bring in their debts, demands and claims against the said decedent, under oath or affirmation, and present the same to the subscriber within SIX months from the date of said order; and in default thereof any such creditor shall be forever barred of his or her action therefore against the subscriber. Barbara B. Reinhard Purcell. Ries. Shannon, Mul-cahy A O Neill. Attys. 550 Route 202-206 Bedminster, New Jersey 07921 1 27,1 x fees:$1482 LEGAL NOTICE To Whom It May Concern: - In compliance with the Open Public Meetings Act, ; N.J S.A. 10:4-6 et seq., you are hereby notified that a meeting of Board of Trustees of Raritan Valley Com-munit College (the 'College) will be held on Wednesdsy, December 13, 1995 at 12 noon at Raritan Valley County Club, Rt. 28. Somerville. New Jersey No formal action will be taken at this meeting. Sincerely. Carey A Israel President 1 27.1 x-fees:$7,60 NOTICE OF PUBLIC I aul 1 iun PURSUANT TO RS39 10A-1 United American Lien & Recovery Corp will sell the following autos to highest bidder subject to any liens; 1 5 BUYER PREM Cash or Cashier Check; any persons interested ph (305)947-7922. SALE DATE DEC 22, 1995 2:00 pm 1421 Oak Tree Rd Iselin NJ 08830 LOT2035 1993 Chevrolet 2 dr Vin : 2CNBE18U5P6903840 Lienor: Carfaro's Collision Center 803 S. Ave. Plain-field. NJ. LICENSED & BONDED AU-TIONEERS APPRAISERS 127,2x lees $19 00 PUBLIC NOTICE HAHR CONST., bidding as General Contractor, invites MBE, WBE, DBE Subcontractors A suppliers for bids on project 96WE462 Princeton June. Crew Qtrs. W. Windsor, NJ. Due us 121295. P&S our office, 29 Grove St., No. Plainfield, NJ (908)754-3322. 122.1 Ox fees $49 40 PUBLIC NOTICE Take notice that pursuant to N J.A C. 7:14A-3 9(b)z, the DKM Residential Properties Corporation, 993 Lenox Drive, Lawrencevilte, NJ 08648. has submitted a Request for Authorization under General Permit NO. NJ0088323 to discharge stormwater from construction activity at the reconstruction of Bedens Brook Road. Montgomery Township, Somerset County. NJ into surface waters of the State. 1 27,1 x 1 fees $7 22 Courier-News Classifieds Are Right On Target.. Whenit comes to selling merchandise you no longer need! Courier-News Classified (908)722-3500 1-800-675-7519

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