New Jersey

Red Bank Residents Garbage & Recycling Collection Survey

RED BANK, NJ: Dear Red Bank Resident: Do you receive curbside garbage and recycling collection?  If so, you are invited to take a brief survey on behalf of your household.  Garbage and recycling collection is a service provided by a private company under contract by the Borough.  The contract is awarded based on bids in response to a Request for Proposals. ...

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Bridgewater Council Approves Roadwork, Cleaning Services

BRIDGEWATER, NJ – Road improvement projects in Bridgewater Township are expected to continue this year, with the township council having recently approved several resolutions for contract services, along with measures for recycling and cleaning services. The Bridgewater Township Council approved three resolutions July 20 regarding contracts for road improvements, including the approval of one to submit a grant application and ...

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Flemington Council Approves Municipal Salaries, Decides to Investigate Hiring Borough Administrator

FLEMINGTON, NJ – The Flemington governing body is tightening its belt in response to Covid-19’s financial impact.   With court-based revenues from traffic tickets and other fine-able offenses well-below anticipated levels, the council voted to reduce the salary increase scheduled for non-union employees from 2.5 percent to 2 percent. The only exceptions are the public defender, the assistant prosecutor and ...

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Princeton Agrees to No Fee Increase, Among Other Things, in Lawsuit Settlement

What the settlement agreement calls ‘therapeutic relief’ also includes conducting an RFP process, creating rules for how often committees meet and reviewing TIAA’s participant loan program. Details of a settlement of an Employee Retirement Income Security Act (ERISA) lawsuit against Princeton University that was previously announced have been posted. The university has agreed to pay $5.8 million to settle a lawsuit alleging ...

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The New Jersey Department of the Treasury is soliciting proposals from investment banking firms

STATE OF NEW JERSEY DEPARTMENT OF THE TREASURY REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS – DUE: JULY 27, 2020 The New Jersey Department of the Treasury is soliciting proposals from investment banking firms on behalf of the New Jersey Economic Development Authority. A Request for Proposals may be obtained from: http://www.state.nj.us/treasury/public_finance/ Telephone inquiries will not be accepted. Source: https://www.bondbuyer.com/legal-notices/request-for-proposals-due-july-27-2020-on-behalf-of-the-new-jersey-economic-development-authority

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New Jersey sets out strategic plan for offshore wind

The state of New Jersey, on the east coast of the United States, has set out its strategy to achieve 7.5 GW of offshore wind by 2035. The new strategy document outlines future procurements and details steps in a plan to realize the wind’s deployment. The Offshore Wind Strategic Plan (OWSP) incorporates scientific studies and data, state agency input, industry ...

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MyGovWatch Offers New RFP Lead Notification Subscription Options as Government Purchasing Spikes

COLLINGSWOOD, N.J. — As always during challenging economic times, government purchasing through bid notifications, bid alerts, and RFPs is on the rise. In response, MyGovWatch has launched new subscription options to give large corporations down to sole proprietors the ability to find government procurement leads and win government contracts with greater usability and budget flexibility than ever before. New subscription options ...

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Holmdel Township Committee Meets Tuesday

HOLMDEL, NJ – While the Primary Election votes continue to be counted, the business of the township continues to be conducted. On Tuesday, the governing body will hold its regular meeting. The agenda can be viewed HERE.  Among other things, the agenda includes an executive session (closed) in regard to Somerset Development (Bell Works Redevelopment) and proposed terms for an RFP for paving ...

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Real-estate investment firm transforms HQ into a smart campus

Onyx Equities wants to create an innovation corridor in White Plains and attract tech companies that might be rethinking office occupancies in a post-pandemic world. The aim is for WestPark corporate HQ campus to become a linchpin of an innovation corridor Onyx Equities has revealed plans to create one of the US’ first smart office campuses in a bid to ...

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Rain cancels rally in Jersey City, but opposition to NJ Transit power plant in Kearny wages on

While a big rain storm cancelled a planned Jersey City rally, it couldn’t dampen the mood among environmental groups and elected officials who planned to voice their opposition to NJ Transit’s proposed 140-megawatt, gas-powered power plant in Kearny. NJ Transit Food and Water Watch NJ and the New Jersey Sierra Club planned a rally at Leonard Gordon Park with at ...

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Onyx moves to capture post-COVID office users with high-tech smart campus

New Jersey-based Onyx Equities has unveiled a bold plan to create one of the north east’s first “smart office campuses” to attract big office users adapting to the post-COVID world. The company has issued as RFP to turn its WestPark property in White Plains into the anchor for a new Innovation Corridor flush with next-level technology, including AI and IoT, ...

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Public – Private Collaboration Minimizes The Digital Divide For N.J. Students

Clementon, NJ – COVID-19 has presented endless challenges for schools in New Jersey and across the country. One of the greatest challenges has been the digital divide, an unresolved problem whereby students have access to technology, but limited or no internet connectivity at home. During remote instruction, some schools scrambled to link students to free internet service from local providers, but ...

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Phillipsburg dips toe into redeveloping riverfront, new way to overhaul moldy municipal complex

A concept of the Waterfront in Phillipsburg’s Riverfront Redevelopment Plan. Two major development projects in Phillipsburg took small but significant steps forward last week. One is the transformative redevelopment of the land along the Delaware River. The other is the rehabilitation and renovation of the municipal complex at 675 Corliss Ave. that has been vacated due to mold and asbestos. On the ...

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South Orange Issues Request for Proposal for Wireless Communication Monopole

REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL (RFP) FOR LEASE OF REAL PROPERTY OWNED BY THE TOWNSHIP OF SOUTH ORANGE VILLAGE A REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL (RFP) FOR LEASE OF REAL PROPERTY OWNED BY THE TOWNSHIP OF SOUTH ORANGE VILLAGE LOCATED AT 31 CREST DRIVE, BLOCK 2602, LOT 12 FOR THE DESIGN, CONSTRUCTION AND MAINTENANCE OF A WIRELESS COMMUNICATION MONOPOLE AND RELATED FACILITIES NOTICE is ...

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BERNARDS TOWNSHIP BOARD OF EDUCATION

BERNARDS TOWNSHIP BOARD OF EDUCATION REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS FOR FOOD AND MANAGEMENT SERVICES June 11, 2020 NOTICE is hereby given that the Bernards Township Board of Education is accepting sealed proposals for Food Service Management until 11:00 a.m. on July 2, 2020 at the office of the School Business Administrator. Due to the Covid-19 public health emergency, proposals will be ...

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Core Development Group Launches Government Consulting Arm

 MAHWAH, N.J., Core Development Group, a leading solar energy developer, announced today that it has developed a specialized consulting arm to assist government agencies in renewable energy Request-for-Proposal analysis, processes, and strategies. With the launch of this specialized division, the team will focus on devising innovative and efficient methods to provide government agencies the confidence to handle renewable energy RFPs of any ...

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Burlington City Council to talk budget, housing

The Burlington City Council will have a busy night Monday, June 1, during its work session meeting as the fiscal 2020–21 budget presentation, fair housing and more have landed on the agenda. Details of the budget had not yet been released as of Friday. The meeting will once again be held virtually at 5 p.m. Residents can view it via ...

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Hamilton Township officials want development for Second Street building

A photo from 2016 of the unoccupied and unused former American Legion building at 6007 Second St., which is owned by Hamilton Township. HAMILTON TOWNSHIP — Municipal officials would like to see what ideas developers have for the former American Legion building in the historic district of Mays Landing. Proposals are being sought to restore and reuse the property, also ...

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Mini USA retains Peppercomm as AOR

The agency successfully defended the account it has held since 2013. Mini USA WOODCLIFF LAKE, NJ: Auto brand Mini U.S.A. has retained incumbent Peppercomm as its U.S. AOR after issuing an RFP earlier this year. Peppercomm’s responsibilities include corporate communications support for all aspects of the brand in the U.S. The firm is working on consumer communications and offering counsel on ...

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Storage shed replacement pending for April 2016 in West Milford

The replacement of the town’s shared-use salt storage shed has gone back out to bid. According to Passaic County records, bids for the project are due on Dec. 22 as the county and local government seek to replace the structure after two years of planning. If a suitable bid is submitted, West Milford Township records say construction on the 12,800-square-foot ...

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