REQUEST FOR BIDS – SALE OF TAX-ACQUIRED PROPERTY, BRIDGTON, MAINE

REQUEST FOR BIDS

SALE OF TAX-ACQUIRED PROPERTY, BRIDGTON, MAINE

The Town of Bridgton is accepting sealed bids for the purchase of the Town’s interest in the following tax-acquired property:

461 Portland Road, Bridgton, Maine (Tax Map 5, Lot 87), formerly known as The First and Last Motel

Minimum bid: $100,000.00

Required Deposit: $25,000.00

Special Conditions: The successful bidder will be required to demolish and remove from the property the former motel building, on the terms and conditions set forth in the Purchase and Sale Agreement.

Bidders wishing to inspect the premises, a site visit will be conducted on Monday, January 6, 2020 at 10:00 a.m.

All bids must be received no later than Friday, January 31, 2020 at 2:00 p.m. in the municipal clerk’s office: Bridgton Municipal Complex, 3 Chase St., Suite 1, Bridgton, Maine, 04009.

Each bid must be received in writing and in a sealed envelope marked “Tax-Acquired Property Bid – Tax Map 5, Lot 87” on the outside.

Bids will be opened and reviewed by the Selectmen at the municipal office on Friday, January 31, 2020 at 2:00 p.m.

For more information on General Conditions, to include the required Bid Form and Purchase and Sale Agreement, please contact the Town Manager or click here.

 

Robert A. Peabody, Jr.

Town Manager

Notice of Community Development Grant Fund Availability

Legal Advertisement

Notice of Community Development Grant Fund Availability

Call for Applications

Please be advised the Town of Bridgton is soliciting applications for the TOWN OF BRIDGTON MAINE & CUMBERLAND COUNTY COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BLOCK GRANT CDBG PROGRAM for FFY 2020/2021. Applications are due January 20, 2019 on or before 4:00 PM. Applications shall fall under the following types of projects/programs: Public Service, Public Infrastructure/Facility, Housing, Downtown Revitalization, or Economic Development. Applications must meet one of 2 national objectives: serving those with low/moderate income or for the elimination of slum and blight. Applications will be reviewed by staff and forwarded to the Community Development Committee for a recommendation and then forwarded to the Select Board for approval. It is not known as of this writing the amount of funds the town will receive. Applications are available in the Municipal Office at 3 Chase Street, Bridgton, Maine 04009, or on the town’s website: www.bridgtonmaine.org. Applicants are required to attend one MANDATORY “workshop” with Community Development staff to review requirements and project eligibility on

Wednesday December 18, 2015 at 10:00 AM. Other questions may be directed to Linda LaCroix, Community Development Director, or Brenda Day, Administrative Assistant at the town office (207-647-8786.)

For Public Service applications please click here.

For Infrastructure applications please click here.

PUBLIC MEETING – BRIDGTON STREETSCAPE AND SEWER

PUBLIC MEETING
BRIDGTON STREETSCAPE AND SEWER

MONDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 2019
4:30PM – 6:00PM
DOWNSTAIRS MEETING ROOM, MUNICIPAL COMPLEX, 10 IREDALE STREET ENTRANCE

The Town of Bridgton and project engineers, HEB Engineers and Woodard & Curran invite the public to provide feedback on the fall construction season, with the goal of improving construction and public relations next spring when work resumes.

Light refreshments will be served.

NOTICE TO PERSON(S) PLOWING DRIVEWAYS WITHIN THE LIMITS OF THE TOWN OF BRIDGTON, MAINE

Warning is hereby given that no person or persons shall plow, shovel or otherwise deposit snow, or cause the same to be done, into the limits of any traveled public way within the Town of Bridgton.

It is permissible to plow the snow bank left by the street plow directly in front of a driveway to each side of the driveway onto the snow bank.

Pursuant to MRSA 17A, Section 505, “Placing Obstructions on a Traveled Road” and MRSA 29A Section 2396 “Snow, a person may not place and allow to remain on a public way snow or slush that has not accumulated there naturally”. Persons in violation of these laws shall be subject to legal action.

Overnight Parking

REMINDER: From November 15, 2019 – April 15, 2020 no vehicle shall be parked on any public street or way from 11:00p.m. to 7:00a.m. as per MRSA 29A Section 2068-2069 and the Bridgton Traffic Ordinance adopted January 10, 1995 and amended August 27, 1996 and October 25, 2005. A town-wide parking ban may be called for with notification. Vehicles may be towed at owner’s expense.

Town of Bridgton Employee

It is with heavy hearts that we inform you of the death of our longtime employee, Code Enforcement Officer Robert (Robbie) Baker, on Thursday, November 7, 2019.  We will all miss him more than words can express. He was not just our co-worker but our good friend as well.  The Town sends our deepest condolences to Robbie’s family and friends.

Office Closing

Due to unexpected circumstances, the Town Office is closed at 1:30 p.m. for the day Thursday November 7, 2019.

The office will be re-open for normal business hours on Friday November 8, 2019.

We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.

 

Streetscape Public Notice – October 28, 2019

Construction Update for Monday, October 28, 2019

No significant updates for Monday. Concrete for the new sidewalks continues to be installed along the north side of the road.

Concrete sidewalk construction will continue on a daily basis (excluding weekends) for as long as the weather cooperates. Ramps are being installed from the road, over the sidewalks, up to the front entrances of buildings so folks can access their buildings while the concrete is being installed.

There may be brief closures of driveways during concrete sidewalk construction and because some of the driveway aprons need to be rebuilt to ADA standards. The contractor will work to ensure access is restored as quickly as possible. If any business or property owners have trouble accessing their buildings, please let us know so we can do whatever we can to address your concerns.

Colin Dinsmore, PE
HEB Engineers, Inc

Request for Bids-Ice Rink Project Phase II

Town of Bridgton, Maine

ICE RINK PROJECT PHASE II

REQUEST FOR BIDS

MANDATORY PRE-BID MEETING THURSDAY NOVEMBER 7, 2019 9:00a.m.

BIDS DUE:  3:00 PM, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 2019

Sealed Bids are being accepted for the Town of Bridgton, Ice Rink Project Phase II (the “Project”), which consists of obtaining competitive BIDS from responsible:

Complete written BIDS shall be submitted in sealed envelopes plainly marked, “Town of Bridgton, Ice Rink Project Phase II” to:

Brenda Day, Administrative Assistant

3 Chase Street

Bridgton, ME 04009

not later than 3:00 PM Friday, November 142019.

Except as provided herein, the Town shall award the contract to the lowest responsive and responsible proposal.  To be considered responsive, proposal must provide enough information with their Bids to constitute a definite, firm, unqualified, and unconditional offer.

Contract bid documents, including plans and specifications, are available here or by e-mail request to Brenda Day (bday@bridgtonmaine.org).

 

Main Street Lamp Posts

Main Street Lamp Posts

The Bridgton Public Works department is selling individual lamp posts for $200 “as is where is”

Interested individuals must pay in advance at the Town Office, 3 Chase Street. The office is open Monday – Friday 8:00AM – 4:00PM.

Receipt for payment must be shown at the Public Works Garage, 31 Willet Road, at the time of pick up.

To coordinate pick up, please contact David Madsen, Public Services Director at 207-647-2326. The garage is open Monday – Friday 7:00AM – 3:30PM. Please note, due to the size and weight of the lamp posts, it is the responsibility of the purchaser to provide an appropriate vehicle/trailer to transport.

For more information, please contact Jerusha Murray, Executive Secretary at 207-803-9972 or by email jmurray@bridgtonmaine.org.

Streetscape Public Notice – October 23, 2019

Construction Update for Wednesday, October 23, 2019

No significant updates for Wednesday. Concrete for the new sidewalks continues to be installed along the north side of the road.

Concrete sidewalk construction will continue on a daily basis (excluding weekends) for as long as the weather cooperates. Ramps are being installed from the road, over the sidewalks, up to the front entrances of buildings so folks can access their buildings while the concrete is being installed.

There may be brief closures of driveways during concrete sidewalk construction and because some of the driveway aprons need to be rebuilt to ADA standards. The contractor will work to ensure access is restored as quickly as possible. If any business or property owners have trouble accessing their buildings, please let us know so we can do whatever we can to address your concerns.

Colin Dinsmore, PE
HEB Engineers, Inc

Streetscape Public Notice – October 22, 2019

Construction Update for Tuesday, October 22, 2019

Concrete for the new sidewalks continues to be installed throughout the project along the north side of the road. Another construction crew is preparing the last few areas of sidewalk, getting them ready to place concrete and installing curbs.

Concrete sidewalk construction will continue on a daily basis (excluding weekends) for as long as the weather cooperates. Ramps are being installed from the road, over the sidewalks, up to the front entrances of buildings so folks can access their buildings while the concrete is being installed.

There may be brief closures of driveways during concrete sidewalk construction and because some of the driveway aprons need to be rebuilt to ADA standards. The contractor will work to ensure access is restored as quickly as possible. If any business or property owners have trouble accessing their buildings, please let us know so we can do whatever we can to address your concerns.

Colin Dinsmore, PE
HEB Engineers, Inc

Streetscape Public Notice – October 18, 2019

Construction Update for Friday, October 18, 2019

Concrete for the new sidewalks has been installed at a few locations including in front of the Chalmers and NAHGA buildings, as well as on the hill past Reny’s. Concrete sidewalk construction will continue on a daily basis (excluding weekends) for as long as the weather cooperates.

There may be brief closures of driveways during concrete sidewalk construction and because some of the driveway aprons need to be rebuilt to ADA standards. The contractor will work to ensure access is restored as quickly as possible. If any business or property owners have trouble accessing their buildings, please let us know so we can do whatever we can to address your concerns.

Colin Dinsmore, PE
HEB Engineers, Inc

Streetscape Public Notice – October 17, 2019

Construction Update for Thursday, October 17, 2019

The contractor has been preparing to start installing the concrete sidewalks.  Concrete for the new sidewalks will begin on Friday in front of the Chalmers and NAHGA buildings. Concrete sidewalk construction will continue on a daily basis (excluding weekends) for as long as the weather cooperates.

There may be brief closures of driveways during concrete sidewalk construction and because some of the driveway aprons need to be rebuilt to ADA standards. The contractor will work to ensure access is restored as quickly as possible. If any business or property owners have trouble accessing their buildings, please let us know so we can do whatever we can to address your concerns.

Colin Dinsmore, PE
HEB Engineers, Inc

Streetscape Public Notice – October 16, 2019

Construction Update for Wednesday, October 16, 2019

No significant updates for Wednesday.

The contractor has been installing light pole bases, fine grading and preparing to start installing the concrete sidewalks.  Concrete for the new sidewalks is anticipated to begin on Friday, pending cooperative weather.

There may be brief closures of driveways as some of the driveway aprons need to be rebuilt to ADA standards but the contractor will work to ensure access is restored as quickly as possible. If any business or property owners have trouble accessing their buildings, please let us know so we can do whatever we can to address your concerns.

Colin Dinsmore, PE
HEB Engineers, Inc

Streetscape Public Notice – September 30, 2019

Construction Update for Monday, September 30, 2019

Sidewalk and curbing construction continues between Elm Street and Gibbs. Most of the areas that have been disturbed for curbing and storm drainage construction have been cleaned up and paved. The contractor will likely keep working down the north side of the road.

The sewer construction has begun at the west end of Main Street (Main Hill).

There will be brief closures of driveways as the conduit trench crosses each driveway but the contractor will work to ensure access is restored as quickly as possible. If any business or property owners have trouble accessing their buildings, please let us know so we can do whatever we can to address your concerns.

Colin Dinsmore, PE
HEB Engineers, Inc

Neighborhood Meeting – Lower Main Street Reconstruction Project

PUBLIC NOTICE
TOWN OF BRIDGTON

Lower Main Street Reconstruction Project

The engineering firm of Milone & Macbroom has been hired by the Town of Bridgton to design the Lower Main Street Reconstruction project. The Town of Bridgton and Milone & Macbroom have scheduled an informational neighborhood meeting to review the details and locations of required easements with the Town’s residents. The following meeting has been scheduled:

Neighborhood Meeting
Monday, October 7, 2019
6:30 – 7:30 PM
Bridgton Municipal Complex, Iredale Street Entrance, Bridgton, ME 04009

Residents with a home or business on Main Street between Portland Road and Oak Street are encouraged to attend.

If you have any questions, please contact:

John Q. Adams, P.E.
Milone & Macbroom
207-888-0130
JAdams@mminc.com

 

To RSVP, please contact:

Jerusha Murray, Executive Secretary
Town of Bridgton
207-803-9972
jmurray@bridgtonmaine.org