Peddlers Licenses Approved 2018

RG Enterprises Inc – *****April 22, 2018 only******
3721 County road 42W, Burnsville, MN  55306

Burton Osiris Kegan, Francis marie Blalock, Michael Vidall Sanchez,
and Brett David Christians

They are permitted to go door to door to sell Kirby Vacuums and will be driving in a 2006 White 15 passenger Van with license plate #BY87075

 

Downtown Building Painting on 4/22/18-Sidewalks Closed

On Sunday, April 22nd, the sidewalk area will be closed in front of the Family Thrift Store at 120 S. Main St. and in front of the Tienda Mexicana Oasis at 170 N. Main Street between the hours of 9am and 5pm for the purpose of holding a lift so the front of the buildings can be painted.

Please use caution in the area when walking around the closed areas.

Request for Bids-Park Signs

The City of Richland Center, WI is accepting sealed bids for signage at several parks within the City.

For specifications see the News section on the City web site at www.richlandcenter.com or contact Shane Stibbe at 608-647-8108, extension 7.

The City of Richland Center reserves the right to reject any and all bids.

 

Bids clearly marked “Sealed Bids for Park Signs” are due by 2:00 p.m. on Wednesday, May 2, 2018 to the City Clerk at 450 South Main Street, Richland Center, WI 53581. Bids may be emailed to melinda.jones@richlandcenter.com or mailed to the above listed address.

 

Sign Specifications:

Signs should state the name of the park, a small Park logo, City of Richland Center, and the address.
Material should be ½ inch Beige Green Beige Densetec sign board. Color should be cream and green (Sample of sign type and color is located as the Krouskop Entrance sign).

The size and design should be determined by the sign company.

Each sign needs to be priced separately. Only need sign face price.

All installation will be handled by the City.

 

Parks that need signs are:  Lions Park – 23595 State Hwy 80,

North Park Pond – 1600 N Main Street,

North Park & Kiwanis Fields – 1550 N Main Street,

Westside Park – 515 N. Grove Street,

Old Mill Pond Park – 600 W. Seminary Street,

Strickland Park – 391 N Pearl Street.

There will be a stake at each location to show the location the sign will be placed.

 

 

Request for Bids-Stump Grinding

Due to the infestation of the emerald ash borer, the City of Richland Center is accepting sealed bids for stump grinding of cut ash trees.  There will be approximately 475 tree stumps to grind ranging in size from 8″ to 30″ in diameter.  The project is expected to begin immediately and to be completed in the next four years.  The contractor will be responsible for contacting the Parks and Grounds Department for stump locations in addition to contacting the Digger’s Hotline prior to grinding the stumps.  The Parks & Grounds Department will be responsible for the removal and cleanup of grinding debris.  NOTE:  A certificate of insurance must be presented with the sealed bid.  The City of Richland reserves the right to reject any and all bids.

For questions please contact Dave Fry at 608-604-0398.

Sealed bids are due by 2:00 p.m., april 27, 2018 to the City Clerk’s Office at 450 S. Main St., Richland Center, WI  53581 or bids may be emailed to melinda.jones@richlandcenter.com.

Mayor & Alderperson Election Results

Official results of the April 3, 2018 Election for the Mayor and Alderpersons after the 4/4/18 Board of Canvas.

Mayor:
Paul Corcoran – 474
Mike Kaufman – 690

Alderperson District 1 (2 year term) Diane Cox – 224

Alderperson District 1 (1 year term )
Jacob Lundgren – 143
Karin Tepley – 116

Alderperson District 2 (2 year term)
Travis Wertz – 164
Jay B Mueller – 126

Alderperson District 3 (2 year term)
Robert Bindl – 157
John G Collins – 166

Alderperson District 4 (2 year term) Ryan Cairns – 227

Storm Spotter Training

The National Weather Service & Richland County Emergency Management
specialized Storm Spotter training will be held on

April 10, 2018
6:30-8:30pm
Coppertop Theatre
UW — Richland

Free to the public. Everyone welcome*.

FREE Large Item Curb-Side Collection

Town & Country Sanitation will have two large item pickup days for items that are not regular weekly household garbage.  The curbside pickups will take place on Saturday April 7, 2018 and Saturday October 13, 2018Please have your items on the curb by 6:00 a.m.

Large item collection items include:  COUCHES, CHAIRS, TABLES, CARPETING, ETC.

ITEMS NOT INCLUDED: Lumber, construction materials, brush, appliances, microwaves, televisions, air conditioners or any computer equipment.

APPLIANCES:  Town & Country Sanitation will be placing dumpsters at the Richland Center Landfill for appliances.  Those items can be taken to the landfill for disposal during regular landfill hours from April 7th through April 11th and again October 13th through October 17th.  During those dates there will be no charge to dispose of regular appliances.  However there is a fee for microwaves, televisions, air conditioners and computer equipment.

Landfill hours:  Mondays and Wednesdays from 8AM to 1PM and Saturdays from 8AM to noon.  608-647-8496

To dispose of large items at times other than the scheduled pickup dates listed above, you can take items to the Landfill or obtain a large item tag from the City Clerk’s office.  Please be aware that large items are NOT to be placed at the curb at any other time of the year unless you have purchased a large item tag from the Clerk’s Office.

Request for Bids – Brewer Library Roof

The City of Richland Center
Request for Bids

The City of Richland Center, WI is accepting sealed bids for removal and replacement of the Brewer Library roof at 325 N. Central Ave. For specifications see the News section on the City web site at www.richlandcenter.com

Bids clearly marked “Sealed Bids for Library Roof” are due by 2:00 p.m. on Wednesday, April 13, 2018 to the City Clerk at 450 South Main Street, Richland Center, WI 53581. Bids may be emailed to melinda.jones@richlandcenter.com or mailed to the above listed address.

The City of Richland Center reserves the right to reject any and all bids.

 

BID SPECIFICATIONS FOR REMOVAL AND REPLACEMENT OF LIBRARY ROOF AT
325 N. CENTRAL AVENUE, RICHLAND CENTER, WI 53581

Job Safety:        Job Safety is the responsibility of the Contractor.

Bidding Options:         

            Option 1: Asphalt architectural commercial grade shingles with a 35 year warranty.
Option 2: Steel DECRA shingle with an Epilay Ultra underlayment.

General:        The Contractor shall remove and dispose of felt, shingles, and related debris. Replace the roof with the following materials:  Color of shingles must be approved by City Council prior to purchase. Synthetic roofing underlayment and drip edge. Six inch commercial grade seamless gutters, inside and outside corners and all down spouts. Valley tin along with ice and water felt in valleys. Ice and water felt up 9 feet from all eves. Caps, all boot flashing and all step shingles as needed. Specific quantity of items determined by contractor. No waiver from these specifications will be accepted.

Guarantee:     The Contractor shall at all times observe and comply with all Federal and State laws, local ordinances, and regulations which affect the conduct of this work. The Contractor shall be solely responsible for all claims and liabilities arising from or based upon violation of such laws, ordinances, or regulations whether by himself or his employees.

Insurance:       Contractors shall carry insurance conforming to City requirements. The contractor will be required to provide a “certificate of insurance” naming the City of Richland Center as additional insured and indicating the following coverage in the amount of One Million Dollars ($1,000,000) for each category of coverage.

Liability Insurance, Commercial General Liability, Automobile Liability, Contractual Liability, Demolition Coverage, Workers Compensation Statutory, and Employer’s Liability at minimum of $500,000.00.

Other:              450 S. Main ST. or email to Melinda.jones@richlandcenter.com
Bids due to City Clerk at the above address by 2:00 p.m. on 4-13-18
Job must be completed in full by October 1, 2018
Any Questions please contact Dave Fry 608-604-0398 or
Martha Bauer at Brewer Library 608-647-6444

 

The City reserves the right to reject any and all bids.
The City of Richland Center is an equal opportunity employer, provider and lender.

February 20, 2018 Primary Election Local Results

Below are the unofficial Local Election Results from the February 20, 2018 Primary.  The Board of Canvas will be held on February 22, 2018 at 3:00 p.m. to determine final totals.

Mayor:

Jay B. Mueller:   143 Votes

Paul F. Corcoran:   282 Votes

Mike Kaufman:   406 Votes

 

Alderperson District 1 (1-year term)

Jacob Lundgren:   72 Votes

Karin Tepley:   65 Votes

Raymond Wilson Jr.:   62 Votes

There were no provisional ballots issued at the 02/20/2018 Election.

February 20, 2018 Spring Primary Election- Absentee Ballots Not Returned

The following is the number of absentee ballots that were mailed and not returned by election day:

Ward 1 – 3
Ward 2 – 0
Ward 3 – 1
Ward 4 – 2
Ward 5 – 2
Ward 6 – 2
Ward 7 – 1
Ward 8 – 2
Ward 9 – 3
Ward 10 – 0
Ward 11 – 3
Ward 12 – 2

Melinda Jones – City Clerk