Invitation to Bid 2373 -B: Grass Cutting Services

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From: Fayette(County)

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started - 19 Feb, 2024 (1 month ago)

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19 Feb, 2024 (1 month ago)
due - 05 Mar, 2024 (1 month ago)

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05 Mar, 2024 (1 month ago)
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Fayette County

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Fayette County
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Purchasing Department 140 Stonewall Avenue West, Ste 204 FAYETTE Fayetteville, GA 30214 Phone: 770-305-5420 wwwfayettecountyga.gov Create Your Story! February 1, 2024 Subject: Invitation to Bid #2373-B: Grass Cutting Services Gentlemen/Ladies: Fayette County, Georgia invites you to submit a bid for grass cutting services in Fayette County. You are invited to submit a bid in accordance with the information contained herein. A mandatory pre-bid conference will be held at 9:00 am, Friday, February 16, 2024, at Brooks Park, 120 Railroad Street, Brooks, Ga. 30205. Once completed there we will proceed to visit Kiwanis Park You will need to attend each location that you plan to bid on in order to qualify. This will be an opportunity to take measurements, voice all questions, concerns and comments about this Invitation to Bid and have them addressed. Companies that attend will be invited to submit bids. Questions concerning this invitation to bid should be addressed to the purchasing
department, in writing via email to tcrumble fayettecount Questions will be accepted until 3:00 pm on Friday, February 23, 2024. Please return your bid to the following address: Fayette County Government Purchasing Department 140 Stonewall Avenue West, Suite 204 Fayetteville, Georgia 30214 Bid Number: 2373-B Bid Name: Grass Cutting Services Your envelope must be sealed and should show your company's name and address. Bids will be received at the above address until 3:00 p.m., Tuesday, March 5, 2024 in the Purchasing Department, Suite 204. Bids will be opened at that time. Bids must be signed to be considered. Late bids cannot be considered. Faxed bids or emailed bids cannot be considered. If you download this invitation to bid from the countys web site, it will be your responsibility to check the web site for any addenda that might be issued for this solicitation. The county cannot not be responsible for a vendor not receiving information provided in any addendum. Thank you for participating in the solicitation process. Sine eS Ted L. Burgess Director of Purchasing GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS ITB #2373-B Grass Cutting Services Definitions: a, Bidder: A company or individual who submits a bid in response to this Invitation to Bid. Successful Bidder: The company or individual that is awarded a contract. Contractor: The Successful Bidder, upon execution of the contract. County: Fayette County, Georgia. Bid is Offer to Contract: Each bid constitutes an offer to become legally bound to a contract with the County, incorporating the invitation to bid and the bidders bid. The binding offer includes compliance with all terms, conditions, special conditions, specifications, and requirements stated in the invitation to bid, except to the extent that a bidder takes written exception to such provisions, and the County agrees to the exception. All such terms, conditions, special conditions, specifications, and requirements will form the basis of the contract. The bidder should take care to answer all questions and provide all requested information, and to note any exceptions in the bid submission. Failure to observe any of the instructions or conditions in this invitation to bid may result in rejection of the bid. Binding Offer: To allow sufficient time for a contract to be awarded, each bid shall constitute a firm offer that is binding for ninety (90) days from the date of the bid opening to the date of award. Bidders Questions: As appropriate, the County will post answers to questions and/or other information concerning the Invitation to Bid in the form of an addendum on the Countys website at www.fayettecountyga.gov. It is the responsibility of the prospective bidder to check the website for any addenda issued for this invitation to bid. References: Include with your bid a list of three (3) jobs that your company has done that are of the same or similar nature to the work described in this invitation to bid, on the form provided. Include all information as requested on the form. Bid Submission: Submit your bid, along with any addenda issued by the County, in a sealed opaque envelope. Mail or deliver one (1) original bid, signed in ink by a company official authorized to make a legal and binding offer, and one (1) copy on a flash drive, to Fayette County Government Purchasing Department 140 Stonewall Avenue West, Suite 204 Fayetteville, GA 30214 Bid Number: #2373 Bid Name: Grass Cutting Services Also show your company name on the envelope. You may submit sealed bids in person, by U.S. mail, or by a commercial carrier. Do not submit bids by facsimile, e-mail, or other electronic means. Once submitted, all bids become the property of Fayette County. Bid Preparation Costs: The bidder shall bear all costs associated with preparing the bid. Late Bids: Bids not received in the Purchasing Department by the time and date of the scheduled bid opening will not be considered. More than One Bid: Do not submit alternate bids or options, unless requested or authorized by the County in the Invitation to Bid. If a responder submits more than one bid without being requested or authorized to do so, the County may disqualify the bids from that responder, at the Countys option. 10 Bid Corrections or Withdrawals: The bidder may correct a mistake, or withdraw a bid, before the bid opening by sending written notification to the Director of Purchasing. Bids may be withdrawn after the bid opening only with written authorization from the Director of Purchasing. 11 Defects or Irregularities in Bids: The County reserves the right to waive any defect or irregularity in any bid received. In case of a discrepancy between unit prices and extended prices, the unit price will govern unless the facts or other considerations indicate another basis for correction of the discrepancy. 12 Prices Held Firm: Prices bid shall be firm for the period of the contract, unless otherwise specified in the contract. All prices bid for commodities, supplies, equipment, or other products shall be quoted FOB Destination, Fayette County or job site. 13 Bidder Substitutions: Bidders offering substitutions or deviations from specifications stated in the invitation to bid, shall list such substitutions or deviations on the Exceptions to Specifications sheet provided, or on a separate sheet to be submitted with the bid. The absence of such list shall indicate that the bidder has taken no exception to the specifications. The evaluation of bids and the determination as to equality and acceptability of products or services offered shall be at the discretion of the County. 14 Non-Collusion: By responding to this Invitation to Bid, the bidder represents that the bid is not made in connection with any competing bidder, supplier, or service provider submitting a separate response to this invitation to bid, and is in all respects fair and without collusion or fraud. 15 Bid Evaluation: Award will be made to the lowest responsive, responsible bidder, taking into consideration payment terms, vendor qualifications and experience, quality, references, any exceptions listed, and/or other factors deemed relevant in making the award. The County may make such investigation as it deems necessary to determine the ability of the bidder to perform, and the bidder shall furnish to the County all information and data for this purpose as the County may request. The County reserves the right to reject any bid item, any bid, or all bids, and to re-advertise for bids. 16. Partial Award: The County reserves the right to make award by item, by group of items, by any combination of items, or by lump sum award. The award will be made in the best interest of the County. Bidders may restrict their bids to consideration of a lump sum award or other restriction only by so indicating on the pricing sheet or the Exceptions to Specifications sheet included in the invitation to bid. Bidders who do not restrict consideration of their bids in this manner shall be expected to accept any portion of the bid awarded. The County reserves the right to award multiple contracts for the products or services sought by this invitation to bid. 17 Payment Terms and Discounts: The Countys standard payment terms are Net 30. Any deviation from standard payment terms must be specified in the resulting contract, and both parties must agree on such deviation. Cash discounts offered will be a consideration in awarding the bid, but only if they give the County at least 15 days from receipt of invoice to pay. For taking discounts, time will be computed from the date of invoice acceptance by the County, or the date a correct invoice is received, whichever is the later date. Payment is deemed made, for the purpose of earning the discount, on the date of the check. 18 Ethics Disclosure of Relationships: Before a proposed contract in excess of $10,000.00 is recommended for award to the Board of Commissioners or the County Administrator, or before the County renews, extends, or otherwise modifies a contract after it has been awarded, the Contractor must disclose certain relationships with any County Commissioner or County Official, or their spouse, mother, father, grandparent, brother, sister, son or daughter related by blood, adoption, or marriage (including in- laws). A relationship that must be reported exists if any of these individuals is a director, officer, partner, or employee, or has a substantial financial interest the business, as described in Fayette County Ordinance Chapter 2, Article IV, Division 3 (Code of Ethics). If such relationship exists between your company and any individual mentioned above, relevant information must be presented in the form of a written letter to the Director of Purchasing. You must include the letter with any bid, proposal, or price quote you submit to the Purchasing Department. In the event that a Contractor fails to comply with this requirement, the County will take action as appropriate to the situation, which may include actions up to and including rejection of the bid or offer, cancellation of the contract in question, or debarment or suspension from award of a County contract for a period of up to three years. 19 Contract Execution & Notice to Proceed: After the Board of Commissioners makes an award, all required documents are received by the County, and the contract is fully executed with signature of both parties, the County will issue a written Notice to Proceed The County shall not be liable for payment of any work done or any costs incurred by any bidder prior to the County issuing the Notice to Proceed. 20 Term of Contract: The initial term of this agreement shall begin upon issuance of a Notice to Proceed, and continue for a period of one year from July 1, 2024 through June 30, 2025 Thereafter, this agreement may be renewed by the County for two additional one-year renewal terms (each a Renewal Term and together with the Initial Term, the Term), which renewal will be by letter or other written correspondence from the County to the Contractor ninety (90) days prior to expiration of the Initial Term or the then- current Renewal Term. Ifthe County fails to provide notice of renewal, this Agreement will terminate at the end of the Initial Term or the then-current Renewal Term. This agreement is subject to the multi-year contractual provisions of O.C.G.A. 36-60-13(a). 21 Unavyailability of Funds: This contract will terminate immediately and absolutely at such time as appropriated and otherwise unobligated funds are no longer available to satisfy the obligations of the County under the contract. 22 Insurance: The Successful Bidder shall procure and maintain the following insurance, to be in effect throughout the term of the contract, in at least the amounts and limits as follows: General Liability Insurance: $1,000,000 combined single limit per occurrence, including bodily and personal injury, destruction of property, and contractual liability. Automobile Liability Insurance: $1,000,000 combined single limit each occurrence, including bodily injury and property damage liability. Workers Compensation & Employers Liability Insurance: Workers Compensation as required by Georgia statute. Before a contract with the Successful Bidder is executed, the Successful Bidder shall provide Certificates of Insurance for all required coverage. The Successful Bidder can provide the Certificate of Insurance after award of the contract, but must be provided prior to execution of the contract document by both parties. The certificate shall list an additional insured as follows: Fayette County, Georgia 140 Stonewall Avenue West Fayetteville, GA 30214 23 Unauthorized Performance: The County will not compensate the Contractor for work performed unless the work is authorized under the contract, as initially executed or as amended. 24 Assignment of Contract: Assignment of any contract resulting from this Invitation to Bid will not be authorized, except with express written authorization from the County. 25 Indemnification: The Contractor shall indemnify and save the County and all its officers, agents and employees harmless from all suits, actions, or other claims of any character, name and description brought for or on account of any damages, losses, or expenses to the extent caused by or resulting from the negligence, recklessness, or intentionally wrongful conduct of the Contractor or other persons employed or utilized by the Contractor in the performance of the contract. The Contractor shall pay any judgment with cost which may be obtained against the County growing out of such damages, losses, or expenses. 26 Severability: The invalidity of one or more of the phrases, sentences, clauses or sections contained in the contract shall not affect the validity of the remaining portion of the contract. If any provision of the contract is held to be unenforceable, then both parties shall be relieved of all obligations arising under such provision to the extent that the provision is unenforceable. In such case, the contract shall be deemed amended to the extent necessary to make it enforceable while preserving its intent. 27: Delivery Failures: If the Contractor fails to deliver contracted goods or services within the time specified in the contract, or fails to replace rejected items in a timely manner, the County shall have authority to make open-market purchases of comparable goods or services. The County shall have the right to invoice the Contractor for any excess expenses incurred, or deduct such amount from monies owed the Contractor. Such purchases shall be deducted from contracted quantities. 28 Substitution of Contracted Items: The Contractor shall be obligated to deliver products awarded in this contract in accordance with terms and conditions specified herein. If-a the Contractor is unable to deliver the products under the contract, it shall be the Contractors responsibility to obtain prior approval of the ordering agency to deliver an acceptable substitute at the same price quoted in the Contractors original bid. In the event any the Contractor consistently needs to substitute or refuses to substitute products, the County reserves the right to terminate the contract or invoke the Delivery Failures clause stated herein. 29 Termination for Cause: The County may terminate the contract for cause by sending written notice to the Contractor of the Contractors default in the performance of any term of this agreement. As appropriate, the County will compensate the Contractor for completed performance, and for any partially completed performance as determined by the County to be adequately performed. Termination shall be without prejudice to any of the Countys rights or remedies by law. 30 Termination for Convenience: The County may terminate the contract for its convenience at any time with 10 days written notice to the Contractor. In the event of termination for convenience, the County will pay the Contractor for services performed. The County will compensate partially completed performance based upon a signed statement of completion submitted by the Contractor, which shall itemize each element of performance completed. 31 Force Majeure: Neither party shall be deemed to be in breach of the contract to the extent that performance of its obligations is delayed, restricted, or prevented by reason of any act of God, natural disaster, act of government, or any other act or condition beyond the reasonable control of the party in question. 32 Governing Law: This agreement shall be governed in accordance with the laws of the State of Georgia. The parties agree to submit to the jurisdiction in Georgia, and further agree that any cause of action arising under this agreement shall be required to be brought in the appropriate venue in Fayette County, Georgia. INVITATION TO BID #2373-B: GRASS CUTTING SERVICES INTRODUCTION Fayette County, Georgia is seeking bids for an annual contract of grass mowing services at two locations: e Kiwanis Park e Brooks Park. GENERAL REQUIREMENTS ALL LOCATIONS The scope of services listed below are required for all locations. Included herein are special requirements for each individual location that shall be included along with these services. 1 A Category 24 Pesticide Contractors License shall be required for spraying. Proof of this license is required for contractors to qualify for this bid. Area to be sprayed shall be no more than 3 inches around poles, signs, rocks, fence lines, and other fixed objects. You will be required to spray areas at all locations per spectifications The Contractor shall be responsible for any damage done by crew, which includes but not limited to damages to fencing, sprinkler heads, signs, structures, or other county equipment or property improvements. All damages shall be reported to the Fayette County Maintenance Department, immediately. The Contractor shall use commercial type grass cutting equipment with mulching blades and necessary equipment to attach to mowers to vacuum areas as necessary. Rotary, Reel, and Cylinder mowers are all acceptable as long as Note that some zero turn mowers are not they are Commercial Mowers. commercial. The Contractor shall be responsible for all labor and equipment needed to complete this work. The Contractor shall pick up all trash in the cutting area and dispose of it in the dumpster. The Contractor shall be responsible for picking up any ground litter and disposing of it in a trash can or dumpster before cutting so that the trash is not cut up. If this happens the Contractor shall clean up the mess. Fayette County personnel will perform periodic inspection of work done by the Contractor. The Contractor shall be responsible for their personnel on County property. There is a no tobacco policy on county property. Aerial photos of the grounds to be mowed are included in this Invitation to Bid. Boundary lines are not accurate but are used to show the approximate area to be cut. 9 Subcontracting is not allowed for Grass Cutting Services. GENERAL REQUIREMENTS PARK LOCATIONS ONLY 1 For Parks Only, Contractor shall have a minimum of one-year experience in cutting Baseball fields, Softball fields, Sports Complexes or similar properties. All contractors references shall reflect the examples given above or they will not be considered as qualified according to our specifications. Grass cutting can start as early as the contractor can see the cutting areas. The contractor shall be complete with their work, cleaned up, and leaving the Parks no later than 5:00pm. Mowing patterns shall be rotated each week to prevent compaction and visible tire patterns. CUTTING SCHEDULE PARK LOCATIONS ONLY Schedule: 1 March Week 1 e no cutting on Mondays e cut all areas including ballfields on Thursdays March Week 2 no cutting March Week 3 e no cutting on Mondays e cut all areas including ballfields on Thursdays March Week 4 no cutting October Week 1 e cut only ballfields on Mondays e no cutting on Thursdays October Week 2 e cut only ballfields on Mondays e cut all areas including ballfields on Thursdays October Week 3 e cut only ballfields on Mondays e no cutting on Thursdays 9 October Week 4 e cut only ballfields on Mondays cut all areas including ballfields on Thursdays 10 April through September Week 1 through 4 cut 2 times per week per instruction details 11. This schedule shall remain in effect throughout the contract period. KIWANIS PARK 936 REDWINE ROAD FAYETTEVILLE, GA 30215 PROPERTY SIZE: 34.51 acres, approximately FREQUENCY: Two (2) times a week CUT HEIGHT: 1.5-inches to 2-inches CUTTING DAYS: Monday Ball Fields only Thursday Ball Fields and all other areas CUTTING SEASON (July 1, 2024 through October 31, 2024 and March 1, 2025 through June 30, 2025) SPRAYING WIDTH 3-inches SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS FOR THIS LOCATION 1 Cutting: a Cutting season shall be from July 1, 2024 through October 31, 2024 and March 1, 2025 through June 30, 2025. See cutting schedule Park Locations only for the months of March & October. The contractor shall follow the schedule below for the other months. All ballfields shall be cut on Mondays and Thursdays each week. All cutting of ballfields shall be completed by 5:00pm. If schedule is changed due to weather or other events beyond the control of the successful bidder, the successful bidder shall contact the Fayette County Maintenance Department. C utting shall not be done on weekends. If the successful bidder is only able to cut once during that week, due to weather, the scheduled cutting that was not performed shall: be deducted from that month's invoice. Cut the grass on the 11 baseball fields and vacuum fields as required for excessive grass clipping build up. If there are any questions as to whether the fields need to be vacuumed, then the final decision will be made by a County Representative. All outlines and park areas in red, Exhibit 1, shall be cut once a week, on Thursday. Cut the grass around the gym, tennis court, well house, both concession stands, field house at entrance, batters cages, pitching cage, activity house, and storage building by large concession stand (well house) once a week, on Thursday. Cut all the common area around and between the 11 ball fields once a week, on Thursday. Cut along Old Senoia Road to the parking lots once a week, on Thursday. 1 Cut along Redwine Road from Old Senoia Road past the main entrance by field 1; 100 yards to the end of the fence at the top of the bank, from the road to the parking lots once a week, on Thursday. 2. Grounds Maintenance: To be done each cutting day. a. Pick up trash off the ground, on and around all 11 ball fields, common areas, along roadways, parking lots, and put in dumpster prior to cutting. Pick up rocks, limbs and any other debris that may prevent cutting and dispose of in dumpster prior to cutting. Remove any grass or weeds on skinned out areas of the ball fields. Blow off all hard surfaces such as walkways, dugouts, bleacher pads, tennis court, and front area of gym, around the Activities House, around lower restroom, picnic pavilion and walkways. 3. Weed Trimming/Edging: Every Thursday a. Weed eat on both sides of all fences, around all structures, trees, posts, poles, picnic tables, culverts, guide wires, flower beds, shrubs, and scoreboards. b Weed eat ditches, retention pond or areas where a mower cannot get to. c Weed eat under steps to score keepers booths, inside of batters cages, pitching cages, around and under bleachers, where they sit on the grass, (make sure the bleachers are let down if raised up to cut under) and under picnic tables. Edge all curbs along parking lots, roadways, along all sidewalks, bleacher pads, patios, porches, and basketball court. Edge all ballfield base paths, around home plate, pitchers mounds, and skinned out areas for the infield. See area in green: Every Thursday f. Weed eat along the road from the recreation office to the back parking lots. g. On the right-hand side of the road behind field 7, weed eat to wood line. See area in blue: Every Thursday h On the left-hand side of the road leading to field 11, weed eat from the road to the bottom of the ditch and then to the wood line on the other side of the ditch. On the right-hand side of the road leading to field 11, cut and weed eat from the road to the wood line. Around the back parking lot, cut and weed eat from telephone poles to wood line. 4. Spraying: As needed. a Spray fence lines and weeds in skinned infields with roundup or equivalent herbicide. b Spraying of light poles, signs, rocks, fence lines and other fixed objects are permissible but subject to the discretion of Fayette County personnel. The bare minimum is required when it comes to spraying, no more than a 3 wide spray width is allowable; anything larger shall result in no spraying being allowed by the contractor. Spraying of the cracks between the asphalt and concrete is to be maintained by the contractor. There shall be no spraying under bleachers. 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Checklist of Required Documents (Be Sure to Return This Checklist and the Required Documents in the order listed below) ITB #2373-B Grass Cutting Services Company information on the form provided Contractor Affidavit under O.C.G.A. 13-10-91(b)(1) Pricing sheet Proof of Category 24 Pesticide Contractors License List of exceptions, if any on the form provided References on form provided Addenda, if Any COMPANY NAME: COMPANY INFORMATION ITB #2373-B Grass Cutting Services COMPANY Company Name: Physical Address: Mailing Address (if different): AUTHORIZED REPRESENTATIVE Signature: Printed or Typed Name: Title: Email Address: Phone Number: Fax Number: PROJECT CONTACT PERSON Name: Title: Office Number Cellular Number: Email Address Contractor Affidavit under O.C.G.A. 13-10-91(b)(I) The undersigned contractor ("Contractor") executes this Affidavit to comply with O.C.G.A 13-10-91 related to any contract to which Contractor is a party that is subject to O.C.G.A. 13-10-91 and hereby verifies its compliance with O.C.G.A. 13-10-91, attesting as follows: a) The Contractor has registered with, is authorized to use and uses the federal work authorization program commonly known as E-Verify, or any subsequent replacement program; b) The Contractor will continue to use the federal work authorization program throughout the contract period, including any renewal or extension thereof; ) The Contractor will notify the public employer in the event the Contractor ceases to utilize the federal work authorization program during the contract period, including renewals or extensions thereof; d) The Contractor understands that ceasing to utilize the federal work authorization program constitutes a material breach of Contract; J) The Contractor will contract for the performance of services in satisfaction of such contract only with subcontractors who present an affidavit to the Contractor with the information required by O.C.G.A. 13-10-91(a), (b), and (c); The Contractor acknowledges and agrees that this Affidavit shall be incorporated into any contract(s) subject to the provisions of O.C.G.A. 13-10-91 for the project listed below to which Contractor is a party after the date hereof without further action or consent by Contractor; and 8) Contractor acknowledges its responsibility to submit copies of any affidavits, drivers' licenses, and identification cards required pursuant to O.C.G.A. 13-10-91 to the public employer within five business days of receipt. Federal Work Authorization User Identification Number Date of Authorization #2373-B Grass Cutting Services Name of Contractor Name of Project Fayette County, Georgi Name of Public Employer I hereby declare under penalty of perjury that the foregoing is true and correct. Executed on _ ; 2024 in (city), (state). Signature of Authorized Officer or Agent Printed Name and Title of Authorized Officer or Agent SUBSCRIBED AND SWORN BEFORE ME ON THIS THE DAY OF 2024 NOTARY PUBLIC My Commission Expires: ITB #2373-B: GRASS CUTTING SERVICES PRICING SHEET BROOKS PARK ESTIMATED EXTENDED LOCATION PRICE PER CUT CUTS PER YEAR PRICE BROOKS PARK - FIRST CUT 31 (MONDAY) BROOKS PARK SECOND CUT (THURSDAY) THIS 30 CUT INCLUDES ALL OUTLINES AND PARK AREAS TOTAL ANNUAL AMOUNT FOR BROOKS PARK COMPANY NAME ITB #2049-B: GRASS CUTTING SERVICES PRICING SHEET- CONTINUED KIWANIS PARK ESTIMATED EXTENDED LOCATION CUTS PER YEAR PRICE PER CUT PRICE KIWANIS PARK - FIRST CUT - BALL 31 FIELDS ONLY (MONDAY) KIWANIS PARK SECOND CUT BALL FIELDS AND PARK 30 OUTLINES TO INCLUDE COMMON AREAS (THURSDAY) TOTAL ANNUAL AMOUNT FOR KIWANIS PARK DISCOUNT IF AWARDED ALL LOCATIONS NET ANNUAL AMOUNT FOR ALL LOCATIONS COMPANY NAME ITB #2373-B: GRASS CUTTING SERVICES PRICING SHEET- CONTINUED NOTES: All applicable charges shall be included in your price, e.g., equipment, labor, mobilization, fuel, etc. No additional charges will be allowed to be added after the received by date. Please note that a responder may be awarded one location, several locations, or all locations, as specified in the General Terms and Conditions, number 16. State Payment Terms, If Different Than Net 30 Days (See General Terms and Conditions # 17) COMPANY NAME EXCEPTIONS TO SPECIFICATIONS ITB #2373-B Grass Cutting Services Please list below any exceptions or clarifications to the specifications of this bid. Explain any exceptions in full. COMPANY NAME REFERENCES ITB #2373-B Grass Cutting Services Please list three (3) references for current or recent customers who can verify the quality of service your company provides. Projects of similar size and scope are preferable. 1. Government/Company Name City & State Work or Service Provided Approximate Completion Date Contact Person and Title Phone Email Type of fields -e.g. baseball or softball Total number of fields 2. Government/Company Name City & State Work or Service Provided Approximate Completion Date Contact Person and Title Phone Email Type of fields -e.g. baseball or softball Total number of fields 3. Government/Company Name City & State Work or Service Provided Approximate Completion Date Contact Person and Title Phone Email Type of fields -e.g. baseball or softball Total number of fields COMPANY NAME

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