Michigan

Sparta issues RFP for developing vacant downtown lot

The 7,806-square-foot property, which has 57.4 feet of frontage on East Division, abuts Nash Creek to the north, and just north of the creek is Balyeat Field, home to the Sparta Town & Country Days Festival and other community events and recreational activities. The Village of Sparta Downtown Development Authority is seeking qualified developers for a privately owned site in ...

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MDHHS announces initiative to eliminate Hepatitis C in Michigan on World Hepatitis Day

In recognition of World Hepatitis Day, the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS) is launching the We Treat Hep C Initiative to take important steps towards eliminating hepatitis C in Michigan. LANSING, Mich. – In recognition of World Hepatitis Day, the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS) is launching the We Treat Hep C Initiative to ...

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EGLE announces $4.3M available for watershed projects

Projects can be up to three years in length and require a minimum of 25 percent local match. Michigan Department of Environment, Great Lakes, and Energy (EGLE) logo on WLUC created image. MICHIGAN – Michigan’s Nonpoint Source (NPS) Program is requesting proposals for watershed projects that control nonpoint sources of pollution to restore impaired waters and protect high quality waters. ...

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The Sourcing Guys Website Redesign – Procurement and Supply Chain Outsourcing and Consulting Services

The Sourcing Guys has redesigned their company website and have added an RFP management service. BERRIEN SPRINGS, MICH. Today, The Sourcing Guys, a procurement outsourcing and consulting firm specializing in small businesses and manufacturing, has announced their new web design with an additional service offering of RFP management. After offering procurement and supply chain outsourcing and consulting services at less ...

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Marquette County Board approves study to find how to dispose of 1.2 million gallons of PFAS contaminated biosolids

MARQUETTE, Mich. (WLUC) – Tuesday night the Marquette County Board took steps to address the issue of PFAS chemicals at the K.I. Sawyer Wastewater Treatment Plant. There are currently two storage tanks holding a total of 1.2 million gallons of biosolids contaminated with PFAS. Tuesday night the board approved a plan to work with GEI Consultants to complete a study of ...

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Ann Arbor moves forward development plans for blighted historic district site

The city-owned 415 W. Washington St. property in Ann Arbor in 2018. City leaders are exploring redevelopment options for it. ANN ARBOR, MI – While the debate over what Ann Arbor should do with a vacant city-owned downtown building site continues, its City Council has moved forward with the next phase of determining the viability of its development. City Council ...

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Muskegon college seeks temporary operator for shuttered fitness center after $2.5M in losses

Muskegon Community College is seeking new ownership for the Lakeshore Fitness Center, at 900 W Western Ave. In this MLive file photo, children hold onto the pool wall during a swimming lesson at the fitness center in 2009, when it was the Muskegon Family YMCA. MUSKEGON, MI – Muskegon Community College officials may reopen, perhaps temporarily, the currently closed Lakeshore ...

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Nearly $80K given to four recreational projects from Portage Health Foundation

HANCOCK, Mich. (WLUC) – Portage Health Foundation (PHF) is proud to announce $79,500 has been awarded to four organizations who responded to PHF’s Community Recreational Facilities and Resources request for proposals (RFP) that was released in January. “We were very impressed with the proposals this year,” said Kevin Store, Executive Director of PHF. “Our grants committee spent considerable time considering all ...

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County issues RFP for future sustainable business park tenant

The RFP is the next step in implementing the Sustainable Business Park Master Plan, which was approved in fall 2018 and intends to reclaim or convert a significant portion of the 2.1 million cubic yards of waste landfilled by residents and businesses in Kent County each year. Courtesy Kent County DPW The Kent County Department of Public Works issued a request for ...

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Sterling Heights terminates SmartZone incubator partnership with Oakland University

The city of Sterling Heights terminated on Tuesday a 12-year-old entrepreneurial development program with Oakland University so it could shop around for other partners. The city’s Local Development Finance Authority Board voted unanimously to end a $350,000-a-year contract with the Macomb-OU Incubator. Of the 13-member board, eight voted to terminate, one abstained and four did not attend the meeting. The board ...

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Kent County, Michigan Seeks Innovative Waste Conversion Project for its Sustainable Business Park

Request for Proposal issued internationally to help identify an anchor tenant at its Sustainable Business Park in West Michigan and to help the region meet its landfill diversion goals. McLean, VA, June 10, 2020 – GBB is proud to announce that its client, the Kent County Department of Public Works (DPW), today issued a Request for Proposals (RFP) for an anchor tenant at ...

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Ann Arbor DDA ups investment in affordable housing with Y Lot grant funding

Y Lot in downtown Ann ArborThe former YMCA property known as the Y Lot in downtown Ann Arbor on April 18, 2017. The empty lot sits on the north side of William Street between Fourth and Fifth avenues, just south of the Blake Transit Center. (Ryan Stanton | MLive.com) ANN ARBOR, MI – Ann Arbor’s Downtown Development Authority is making ...

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Kent County, Michigan, requests proposals to help achieve landfill diversion goals

The request for proposals aims to identify innovative companies with proven track records who use technology to divert and process waste which is currently sent to landfills in West Michigan. The Kent County Department of Public Works (DWP) announced it has issued a request for proposals (RFP) for an anchor tenant at the future Sustainable Business Park, which is planned for ...

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Lansing Board of Water & Light looking for third-party administrator

Lansing (Mich.) Board of Water & Light is searching for a third-party administrator for its two 401(a) plans and 457 plan. The board has issued an RFP because the contract of current administrator ICMA-RC will expire on Dec. 31, said Amy Adamy, spokeswoman, in an email. The firm is invited to rebid, she said. The three plans have combined assets ...

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Duluth Transit Authority -Request for Proposals

Duluth Transit Authority Request for Proposals Comprehensive Operational Analysis Notice is hereby given that the Duluth Transit Authority is seeking Proposals from qualified individuals or firms to assist in the development of a Comprehensive Operational Analysis and Service Design Recommendation Study, with scheduling support. Sealed responses must be delivered to the DTA, 2402 West Michigan Street, Duluth, MN 55806, on ...

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EDA ISSUES RFP FOR ARCHITECTURAL SERVICES

Request for Proposals (RFP) for Architectural Services ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT ALLIANCE OF ST. CLAIR COUNTY REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS (RFP) FOR ARCHITECTURAL SERVICES REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS. Economic Development Alliance of St. Clair County (EDA), is requesting proposals from qualified firms or individuals (Architect) to provide schematic design and design documents for bidding for construction of a new office building. View full RFP.   Source: ...

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Lansing Asks for Parks and Trailways Master Plan Proposals

While Lansing’s Town Recreation programs are closed according to state coronavirus guidance, updates to town parks have been progressing. Field maintenance and new donated turf in the two batting cages is being done. Restrooms in the parks will be open during the day, and several of the pavilions at Meyers Park are getting electrical upgrades and new lighting. Security camera ...

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Mason Schools food service management services

Mason Schools food service management services Legal Notice Mason Consolidated Schools (Monroe) Attention: Food Service Management Companies Mason Consolidated Schools (Monroe) is requesting proposals for school food service management services. The Food Service Management Company will provide management services according to United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) regulations and guidelines as well as State of Michigan Department of Education policies ...

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Bronson school board selects Legendary Diesel for bus maintenance

Legendary Diesel’s bid was about $12,000 less than Economy Garage A school bus stop sign. BRONSON, MI- (WTVB) – The Bronson Community School Board of Education accepted a proposal from Legendary Diesel of Three Rivers Monday night for vehicle fleet management, preventative maintenance and repair of the district’s busses over the next two years. A Request for Proposals was sent ...

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City of South Lyon joins the MITN Purchasing Group by BidNet Direct

The City of South Lyon announced today that it has joined the MITN Purchasing Group, a regional purchasing group that helps local governments post, distribute and manage RFPs, quotes, addendums and awards online. City of South Lyon joins the MITN Purchasing Group In addition to the time savings we anticipate, our vendors will also benefit from registering in one location ...

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