Request for bids: Mower - Tree Trimming & Stump Removal - Cement Work
The City of Croswell is currently soliciting bids for the following equipment and services:
- the purchase of a riding, mid mount, 27 hp air-cooled, 60 in. rear discharge deck, zero turn mower.
- an hourly rate for trimming and chipping of various trees and stump grinding within the city limits of Croswell for the 2018 year.
- Cement Work - Labor per square foot at 4" and 6"; Curb per foot. This service would begin July 1st.
- For further information contact Mark Vincent, D.P.W. Supervisor at 810-679-3158. Bids must be in a sealed envelope marked "Mower Bid" or "Tree Trimming Bid" or "Cement Work" and be received by the City Clerk at 100 N. Howard Ave., Croswell, MI. 48422 no later than 2:00 p.m., March 15, 2018. The City of Croswell reserves the right to accept or reject any or all bid
PUBLIC NOTICE - NOMINATING PETITIONS - CROSWELL CITY COUNCIL
All City of Croswell residents desiring to qualify as candidates for election to City Council must file a properly executed Affidavit of Identity and properly executed Nominating Petition(s) no later than 5:00 p.m., Tuesday, August 7, 2018 at the City Clerk's Office, 100 N. Howard, Croswell, MI 48422. The following terms will be elected:
Three (3) City Council Members - four year terms beginning January 1, 2019
Nominating petitions must be signed by not less than twenty (20) nor more than forty (40) registered electors of the City. Completed Affidavits of Identity and Proof of Citizenship must accompany the petitions when received at the City Clerk's office. Blank nominating petitions and Affidavit of Identity forms are available at the City Clerk's office.
"Must be a registered elector in the City, and has been a resident of the City for one (1) year immediately prior to the election at which he/she is a candidate for office." (Section 3.3 of the City Charter).
This notice is published by requirement of the Croswell City Charter, Section 2.9.
Suzanne Dobson, CMMC
Croswell City Clerk
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Information from the Michigan Public Service Commission
If you need emergency assistance after hours for City Utility Services you may call the following numbers:
Department of Public Works - 810-679-3158 - answering machine will have the after hours contact information
Electric Department - 810-679-2120 - answering machine will have the after hours contact information
An additional fee may be assessed and applied to your utility bill if the department is called out.
Monday thru Friday - 7:00 a.m. - 3:30 p.m. are the regular office hours for these departments.
City Hall is open Monday thru Friday 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. 810-679-2299.
RESIDENTS & BUSINESSES
The City of Croswell would like to remind homeowners and business persons that Ordinance No. 19, Section 17.217 states that the owner or occupant of any lot(s) and premises adjacent to and abutting any sidewalk is responsible for keeping this walk free from snow and ice.
Thank you for your cooperation.