Legals

NOTICE TO BIDDERS

Department of General Services

COUNTY OF ORANGE

      Sealed bids for providing Services and Replacement Equipment for Various Boilers (RFB-OC064-20) to the County of Orange will be received at PO Box 218, 255-275 Main St., Goshen, New York 10924, until 3:00 PM on Wednesday, July 29, 2020, when the same will be publicly opened and read. Bid forms, including specifications, may be obtained from the Department of General Services at the above address or on the Internet at http://www.orangecountygov.com

      James P Burpoe

      Commissioner of General Services

      County of Orange

July 8, 2020

NOTICE TO BIDDERS

Department of General Services

COUNTY OF ORANGE

      Sealed bids for providing Cabling Service for Information Technology (RFB-OC026-20) to the County of Orange will be received at PO Box 218, 255-275 Main St., Goshen, New York 10924, until 3:30 PM on Wednesday, July 29, 2020 when the same will be publicly opened and read. Bid forms, including specifications, may be obtained from the Department of General Services at the above address or on the Internet at http://www.orangecountygov.com

      James P Burpoe

      Commissioner of General Services

      County of Orange

July 8, 2020

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING

ON LOCAL LAW

      PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that there has been presented to the County Executive of the County of Orange on July 6, 2020, a Local Law, a summary of which reads as follows:

      Local Law Introductory No. 11 of 2020, entitled “a local law Relating To The Sale Of Certain County Real Property Known As The “Grand Street Properties”; Authorizing Consideration of Offers Other than in Response to Advertisement; and Authorizing the Sale(s) of such Property or Properties to other than the Highest Responsible Bidder.”

      The purposes of this Local Law are: 1) to effectuate the sale of some or all of certain property owned by the County of Orange, known and referred to as the Grand Street Properties, located in the City of Newburgh, New York, and more particularly described in Schedule “A” attached hereto (“the Property”); 2) to preserve and protect the interests of the residents of the County and the City of Newburgh and ensure the maximum extent that the development of the property occurs in a responsible manner consistent with the needs and goals of the community and the County and; 3) to supersede that provisions of the New York State County Law Section 215(6) that provides that property not needed for County purposes be sold only to the highest responsible bidder after advertisement.  The effect of this enactment will be to allow the sale of the property (or portions thereof) and for the same to be sold at fair market value to the party making the offer deemed in the County’s best interests by the County Legislature.

      The Property or portions thereof, shall be sold for fair and adequate consideration to the party or parties presenting the offer(s) deemed in the best interests of the County by Resolution of the County Legislature. Sale to a party or sale to parties making the highest bid is not required.  

      This local law provides for the reservation of easements or portions of said property set forth in Schedule “A” and authorizes the County Executive to make such reservations and to take any steps necessary to authorize the conveyance of the Property or portions thereof prior to the passage of any final resolution of the Legislature approving any sale of the Property or portion thereof.

      This local law shall supersede New York State County Law Section 215(6) to the extent that it is inconsistent therewith.

      The proceeds of any such sale shall be first utilized in a manner approved by the County Attorney in consultation with bond counsel to retire any debt associated with  the County’s initial acquisition of the Property sold and second shall be deposited into an account designated by the County Finance Commissioner for general County expenses.

      This local law shall take effect as provided by the New York State Municipal Home Rule Law, and upon completion of the requisite filings and procedures.

      A copy of this local law can be found at https://www.orangecountygov.com/DocumentCenter/View/17331/Local-Law-Intro-No-11-of-2020-Sale-of-Certain-County-Real-Property-known-as-Grant-Street-Properties  

      Therefore, pursuant to Section 20 of the Municipal Home Rule Law, the County Executive of the County of Orange will hold a public hearing on the aforesaid Local Law at 255 Main Street, Goshen, New York, on the 29th day of July, 2020, at 11 o’clock in the morning of that day, at which time all persons interested therein will be heard.

      A true copy of said local law is on file in the Office of the Clerk of the Orange County Legislature, 255 Main Street, Goshen, New York, 10924.

Dated: July 7, 2020          

      Steven M. Neuhaus

      County Executive

      Goshen, New York 10924

ORANGE COUNTY

DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS

Erik Denega, P.E., P.M.P., Commissioner

Steven M. Neuhaus, County Executive

P.O. Box 509, 2455-2459 Route 17M

Goshen, NY 10924-0509

http://www.orangecountygov.com

TEL (845) 291-2750    FAX (845) 291-2778

ROAD CLOSING NOTICE

CRAIGVILLE ROAD

(COUNTY ROAD 51)

TOWN OF BLOOMING GROVE

COUNTY OF ORANGE

      The undersigned Commissioner of Public Works of the County of Orange does hereby close all that portion of County Road 51 (Craigville Rd.) in the Town of Blooming Grove, Orange County, New York.  BEGINNING at a point approximately 1,350 feet (0.3 mile) north of the intersection of County Road 51 (Craigville Rd.) and Prospect Road and runs THENCE in a northerly direction along said County Road 51 (Craigville Rd.) approximately 200 feet (0.04 miles) for the purpose of allowing the Orange County Department of Public Works, its agents or contractors, to excavate, repair, pave and do all such work as required in connection with the “Replacement of Culvert on County Road 51” on said County Road. Said closing being effective by the conspicuous posting of “Road Closed” signs on or about July 13, 2020.

      Said county road will be closed to all through traffic for a period of approximately Twenty-one (21) days in accordance with the provisions of Section 104 of the Highway Law.  Appropriate traffic control devices, in accordance with the provisions of the National Manual of Uniform Traffic Control Devices (MUTCD), and the New York State Supplement, will be in place and detour routes will be prominently marked.  In the case of inclement weather or other unforeseen problems, this period of time may be extended as needed.

      Normal through traffic using this portion of County Road 51 (Craigville Rd.) should use alternate routes or signed detour routing that will utilize NYS Rte. 17M, Main Street and NYS Rte. 94.

DATED:  July 1, 2020

      ERIK DENEGA, P.E., P.M.P.

      COMMISSIONER