PROPOSALS TO TRAP AND REMOVE
FROM THE CITY OF MITCHELL
CITY PROJECT #2020-18
A single contract is being solicited by the City of Mitchell to trap and remove minnows from the Wastewater Lagoons located in Sections 1-102-60 and 6-102-59 on the Hanson/Davison County line and as shown on the attached image. The City will disclaim any and all rights to the trapped minnows and the successful proposer may sell or dispose of the same as they deem prudent.
A single proposal will be accepted. The successful contractor shall be able to produce a Liability Insurance Policy with a Single limit $500,000 Liability coverage for any damage to the City's property.
In addition, a waiver of Liability against the City shall be executed indemnifying and holding the City harmless for any injury or damages the Contractor may incur while working on City Property.
Successful proposer's operations and equipment shall not impair the operation of the City's Wastewater Lagoons, including irrigator's intakes and equipment.
The successful proposer shall follow all state and federal guidelines for baiting and shall be in full compliance with the South Dakota Game Fish and Parks Department. Traps may be distributed between Cells No. 3, 4, 5, 6 and 7.
Proposals shall be for a period of three (3) seasons, beginning April 1, 2020 and ending March 31, 2023. The City reserves the right to extend the contract and shall be made on a copy of this notice as follows:
Sealed proposals shall be submitted to Joe Schroeder, City of Mitchell, Engineering Department, 612 North Main, Mitchell, SD 57301 until 1:30 PM on February 6, 2020. Any proposals received after that time will not be considered or accepted.
I ________________ acting on behalf of __________________ propose to remove minnows from the City of Mitchell's Wastewater Lagoons, upon the terms listed above and others which may be attached and agreed to by the parties, for the sum of _________ dollars ($__________), paid to the City at the start of each season, and no later than May 30, of each year.
Proposals of less than $1,500 per year will not be considered. The City reserves the right to reject all proposals.
Published twice at the total approximate cost of $127.50