Georgia

Atlanta BeltLine purchases 9 acres in southwest Atlanta near Westside Trail

Atlanta BeltLine Inc. recently purchased roughly 9 acres at 1150 Murphy Ave., marked by the red arrow. A former state warehouse is currently on the site. Atlanta BeltLine Inc. recently closed on the $5.25 million purchase of approximately 9 acres in the historic Oakland City neighborhood in southwest Atlanta. What will become of the property near the Westside Trail will ...

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‘Very close’: Final request for SRS nuclear waste, materials contract expected soon

An aerial view of the Savannah River Site, which is about 30 minutes south of Aiken. In the distance is Plant Vogtle, near Waynesboro, Georgia. The final request for proposals for the prospective Integrated Mission Completion Contract at the Savannah River Site could be issued in the next few days, as the U.S. Department of Energy works to get it ...

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School Board Receives COVID, Testing Reports

The Jasper County School Board Tuesday learned that there have been 18 cases of COVID-19 in the school system since in-person learning started back last month. Of those cases, four were discovered Tuesday—three studens and one staff member, and quarantine letters were sent home. Of the total cases, School Superintendent Kenny Garland said 11 were active cases, and that seven ...

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Notice of Adoption of an Ordinance

The Henry County Board of Supervisors will, at its regular monthly meeting, Tuesday September 22, 2020 in the Summerlin Meeting Room on the first floor of the Henry County Administration Building on Kings Mountain Road in Collinsville, Virginia, consider adopting amendments to the Henry County Code of Ordinances regarding Henry County’s purchasing procedures. The purpose of the amendments is to ...

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Vert Digital Selected in Digital Media Agency RFP for University of Tennessee Paid Campaigns

ATLANTA & KNOXVILLE, Tenn.–After a series of presentations, Atlanta-based digital marketing agency, Vert Digital (www.vertdigital.com), has been selected to partner with University of Tennessee as a go-to resource for digital media planning, buying & campaign execution. The University of Tennessee (UT)’s marketing & communications teams concluded an extensive search for a handful of digital media agencies to partner with over ...

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Beltline looks to form new southwest Atlanta business alliance

A map of the areas that would be included in a proposed business organization by the Atlanta BeltLine Partnership. A new organization could be in the works to represent new and existing businesses in southwest Atlanta where the Beltline’s Southside Trail is now under construction. A main goal of the group would be to advocate for long-time businesses as they ...

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REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS

REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS Max Foote Construction Company, LLC is actively seeking sub bids for work at PUMPKINVINE CREEK WPCP located in Dallas, GA. We have an immediate need for the following trades: TILE. Subcontractors, including CERTIFIED DISADVANTAGED BUSINESS ENTERPRISES (MBE/WBE/DBE), are welcomed and encouraged to submit their prices as soon as possible. Please contact Angie Lewis at 205-871-8419, x115 for ...

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City plans to hire firm to run UFO Festival

Councilors at committee meeting recommend firm search, several other items The city of Roswell plans to hire a professional event management firm to run the next UFO Festival. Hiring a professional firm to manage future UFO Festivals should enhance the event and help the city’s economic development, says City Tourism Manager Stephanie Mervine. Tourism Manager Stephanie Mervine and Public Affairs Director Juanita ...

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5 Deadly Sins That Can Wreck Your Franchise – and How to Avoid Them

Understanding the numbers, knowing your operation inside and out, and being the best at one thing at a minimum are keys to survival The food and beverage industry is a tough game. Sixty percent of restaurants don’t make it past their first year, and 80 percent go out of business within five years. Those are hard odds. Franchising takes some of the ...

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Johns Creek REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS

ITB #20-232 CAULEY CREEK PARK MULTI USE TRAIL PHASE 1, A CITY PARKS BOND PROJECT REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS CITY OF JOHNS CREEK ITB #20-232 CAULEY CREEK PARK MULTI USE TRAIL PHASE 1, A CITY PARKS BOND PROJECT The City of Johns Creek extends an Invitation to Bid (ITB) from professional experienced firms for the construction of a multi-use trail at ...

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Working with Airlines

Download Chapter With travel buyers and airlines alike facing a double-blind situation with corporate air programs, many are in no rush to move forward with the request-for-proposals process, even those with contracts set to expire. Many buyers at the moment are assessing their own programs and determining what travel will be essential when global restrictions are eased while budgeting against ...

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PROPOSAL NOTICE Notice is hereby given that Clayton County, Georgia

PROPOSAL NOTICE Notice is hereby given that Clayton County, Georgia Will receive sealed Proposals for RFP #20-63 Lifeguard Services Annual Contract for Clayton County, Georgia at the Clayton County Central Services Department, 7994 North McDonough Street, Jonesboro, Georgia 30236 until 3:00 p.m. on Thursday, August 27, 2020 at which time the names of the responding firms will be opened read, ...

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Savannah-Chatham school system seeks third-party administrator for DC plans

Savannah-Chatham County Public School System, Savannah, Ga., is searching for a third-party administrator for its 403(b) and 457 plans. The school system is seeking vendors to provide administrative, record-keeping and IRS tax-compliance services for both plans, according to an RFP posted on the system’s purchasing website. Which firm or firms currently provide the services, whether they are eligible to rebid, ...

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Valdosta and Lowndes Chamber of Commerce

REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL FOR ARCHITECTURAL SERVICESTheValdosta and Lowndes Chamber of Commerceis requesting proposals for selection of Architectural Services including final planning, design, and construction phase of an economic development project. The Valdosta and Lowndes Chamber of Commerce has been awarded EDA Public Works funding to renovate a three-story historical building in Valdosta, repair exterior masonry, and replace the roof in ...

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City Council Members Instructed on Process of Disposing of City-Owned Property

The Savannah City Council met Thursday afternoon in a workshop to learn the process by which the City of Savannah can sell off property, and the methods of selling public land that are allowed under Georgia laws.  Council members are facing a major decision ahead regarding the disposition of the Fairgrounds property which the city purchased for more than $2 ...

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Raider ruckus: Who will get broadcasting rights?

General Manager of Bowman Broadcasting Joseph Abraham attended the meeting of the Coffee County Board of Education Monday, June 8, and requested to be allowed to broadcast Coffee County athletic programs. The Coffee County Board of Education is expected to evaluate proposals regarding broadcasting athletic events. The issue will be discussed at a work session set for 4:30 p.m., Aug. ...

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AstroTurf Field and Track Buyers are Discovering that Cooperative Purchasing is a Better Way to Buy

Cooperative purchasing has experienced tremendous growth over the past 20 years and is now an approved and accepted government procurement method in all 50 states. It is truly a win-win for both Vendors and Buyers. DALTON, Georgia So often government Buyers want AstroTurf® products but assume they are required to conduct their own formal or “hard” bid, which can result in ...

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3 recommended for Keep Roswell Beautiful board

Keep Roswell Beautiful, an organization with a goal to educate and provide opportunities for the public to clean and beautify the community, will likely become even more visible in the coming year as it affiliates with a national organization. The Roswell City Council at its meeting on Thursday will consider approving three people to the Keep Roswell Beautiful board. Creating ...

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CITY OF JOHNS CREEK – REQUEST FOR QUALIFICATIONS for Park Maintenance Services

The City of Johns Creek announces a Request for Proposals (RFP) from professional experienced firms for Park Maintenance Services. RFP’s will be received electronically via the City’s bid platform, BidNet and with hard copies mailed or drop off to City Hall, 11360 Lakefield Drive, Johns Creek, GA. 30097 no later than 2:00PM on July 1, 2020. A non-mandatory Prebid conference call ...

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Atlanta BeltLine and Invest Atlanta cancel $200 million plan for Murphy Crossing

The Atlanta BeltLine Inc. has terminated a memo of understanding that it had with the development team that had proposed investing $200 million to transform a 20-acre site on the southern part of the BeltLine. ABI sent Cecil Phillips, CEO of Place Properties, a letter on Wednesday that said it was cancelling the procurement process. “ABI is exercising its right ...

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