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Copiesoftheplans andspecificationsfor thisContractmaybe purchasedforonehun- dredfiftydollars ($150.00)perset,nonre- fundable,fromATS- ChesterEngineers. Acertifiedcheckpay- abletotheKiskiValley WaterPollutioncontrol Authorityorabidbond onthebidformexecuted bytheBidderanda suretycompanyap- provedbytheOwner,in anamountequaltoten percent(10%)ofthebid, shallbesubmittedwith eachbid,toguarantee theBidder’sentrance intoacontractifgiven theaward.Nobidbond shallbewaivedorre- turnedbecausetheBid- derhasfailedtoorcan- notcomplywithanyre- quirementsassetforth intheplans,specifica- tions,oranyapplicable statutesoftheCommon- wealthofPennsylvania oranyapplicablemu- nicipalordinances.No bidmaybewithdrawn foronehundredtwenty (120)calendardaysafter thescheduledclosing timeforreceiptofbids. 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JANICER.KLEIN, Secretary,Boardof SchoolDirectors THEBOARDOF PUBLICEDUCATION OFTHE SCHOOLDISTRICTOF PITTSBURGH AdministrationBuilding 341SouthBellefield Avenue Pittsburgh,PA15213-3516 October11,2004 Sealedproposalsarere- questedforGENERAL, PLUMBING,MECHANI- CALORELECTRICAL workatVARIOUS Schools. Pre-bidmeetingsare mandatoryforallbid- ders. Contractdocuments fortheproject(s)willbe issuedtoContractors whoapplyattheoffice oftheFacilitiesDivision, 1305MurielStreet,Pitts- burgh,PA15203,and depositbetweenTen Dollars($10.00)and ThreeHundredDollars ($300.00),incashier’s checkormoneyorder, foreachsetofdocu- mentstakenout.The depositwillbereturned atanytimethecontract documentsarereturned withinfive(5)daysaf- terthetimesetfor closingbids,onlyto thosewhosubmitbids. Thedepositshallbefor- feitedotherwise. Proposalswillbere- ceivedintheOfficeof theChiefOperationsOf- ficerandAssistantSec- retary,Room251,Ad- ministrationBuilding, 341SouthBellefieldAve- nue,Pittsburgh,PA 15213,until2:00p.m., (PrevailingTime),No- vember2,2004,atwhich timetheywillbepublicly openedandreadaloud. Specificationscontain ariderrequiringmini- mumlevelsofminority businessparticipation andmustbecompleted andsubmittedwiththe bid. Eachproposalmustbe signed,sealedandac- companiedbyaBidder’s BondofaSuretyCom- panylicensedtodo businessintheCom- monwealthofPennsyl- vania,intheamountof twenty-fivepercent (25%)oftheBaseBid. Acertifiedcheckin theamountof25%ofthe BaseBidisalsoaccept- able. Nobiddermaywith- drawhisbidforaperiod ofninety(90)daysafter thedatesetforthe openingthereof. Therightisreserved torejectanyorallbids andtowaiveinformali- tiesinanybid. 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Terms 10%Buyersprem Visitwebsite-complete terms&details! www.sherm.org ShermanHostetter 800-875-2437AU002184L AUCTION Supermarket& BakeryEquipment FORMERSUPERVALUWAREHOUSE 216FinleyRd. BelleVernon,PA (Exit43offI-70, Rt.201South) TUES.,OCT.12,10AM RescheduledAuctionincl (100)FoodCases;(100) OakSlatTables/Carts; PlusMeatRoom,Deli, Bakery&FoodPrep Items.ViewWebsitefor DetailedList&Photos. TERMS:Cashor ApprovedFunds.10% BuyersPremium. www.fpauctioneers.com FREDPETERSAUCTIONEERS (724)785-8954AU1460-L AUCTION BecksNursery Sat.,Oct16,10AM Loc:Ex25offI-70Rt. 519No.Watchforauc- tionarrows.Shrubbery, Trees,FarmItems,An- tiques&Collectibles; approx2500pcsoftrees &shrubs;nursery items;’93FordAerostar XLmini-van,V6,3.0. Callforinfo.Terms: Cash.CharlesBehm www.behmsauction.com Graysville,PA15337 (724)428-3664AU1393L CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENTAUCTION Fri,Oct15&Sat16,2004 NewmanConcrete& McKeesportLanding BargeLoading Terminal 208RebeccaSt. McKeesport,PA15132 SaleStarts10:00AM Fridaywithvehicles, equipment&tools.10 AMSaturdayw/toolsin- ventory&surplusitems Limacrane,300poclain excalator,Heltzelmobile concreteplant,generator truck,concretetrucks, tractors,dumps,tandem trailers,flattrailers, dumptrailers,pettibone forklift,airtools,power tools,supplies,motors, engines,cables,buckets &more!Soldasis, whereis!Subjecttoer- rors&corrections AU2023.Terms:Cash 10%buyerspremium BillAndersonAuctioneers (724)327-3344 www.billandersonauctioneer.com PUBLICAUTOAuction EVERYTHURS.6P.M. MAG-(412)464-4340 QUALITYFURNITURE& ANTIQUES Friday,Oct.,15,2004 @6:30p.m. AUCTIONBARN 20333RT.19 CRANBERRYTWP,PA 724-776-9967 Indoor-Heat-Seats- Food-NoBuyersFee. ThomasvillecherryB/R w/Queenposterbed, chestonchestdresser& nitestand,D/Rset w/chinatable&6chairs, LaZBoyhide-a-bed, qualityendtables& lamps,otherB/Rset, mirroredent.enter,cus- tomdiningtablew/2 benches,washer&dry- er,fridg,cherrydesk w/leatherchair,sofa& loveseat,recliner,lots more,Antiquehallrack, cornercab.,mahogfurn pcs,oldB/Rset,lots otherfurnpcs,trunks, lotcrocks&jugs,lots oldglassware&collecti- bles,completehousehold w/additions,manybox lots-QualitySale- Preview2p.m.dayof sale.Visa-Master- Checks.Storehrs:Wk- days10am-4pm,sell- ingantiques,furniture, appliances.Wedoon sitesales.484-L 1010J14.011--Composite

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