COMPENSATION AND CLASSIFICATION EVALUATION. Le Sueur is accepting proposals from qualified firms to perform a compensation and classification study. The city’s objective in this process is to conduct a comprehensive job evaluation study to achieve an updated position classification and compensation system. For information regarding this RFP or to obtain a copy of the proposal information and submittal documents, please contact City Administrator Jenelle Teppen at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (507) 593-8311. Proposals are due no later than 4 p.m. on March 16.
ENGINEERING. The Aitkin City Council invites interested engineering firms to submit written proposals to provide city engineer services to the city. As the city engineer, the firm will be expected to play a proactive role in helping the City Council and city staff make appropriate decisions regarding city infrastructure. As city engineer, the selected firm will be expected to provide a wide range of engineering services. The City Council will select the city engineer and the engineer is expected to work closely with the city staff. Request for Proposal information is available on our city website: www.ci.aitkin.mn.us. Firms or individuals interested in submitting proposals for city engineer shall submit eight complete copies of the proposal along with a proposed contractual agreement, in a sealed envelope bearing the caption, “City Engineer Proposal” by 4 p.m. on March 27. The envelope should be delivered to: Tammy Lou Pfaff, City Clerk; City of Aitkin; 109 1st Avenue NW; Aitkin, MN 56342.
EXECUTIVE SEARCH. Winona County will receive sealed proposals for executive search firm services to assist the county board with a county administrator position search according to written specifications and conditions. Proposals shall be submitted in the form and manner contained in the specifications. Proposals must be received in the Office of the Winona County Attorney no later than April 3 at 4 p.m. at which time a formal opening of proposals will occur. Proposal specifications may be obtained from the Winona County website (www.co.winona.mn.us) or by contacting the Office of the Winona County Attorney at (507) 457-6310. 3/11
INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY. New Hope is accepting proposals from qualified firms to perform network administration and support of the city’s local and wide area network. For additional information regarding this RFP, please visit the city’s website at www.ci.new-hope.mn.us or contact Rich Johnson, director of human resources and administrative services at (763) 531-5115. Proposals are due by noon on March 6.
LEGAL SERVICES. Waterville is accepting proposals for legal services. The RFP may be obtained at Waterville City Hall, 200 Third Street South, Waterville, MN 56096,or by calling (507) 362-8300. Proposal deadline is 1 p.m. on March 31.
LEGAL SERVICES. Dayton is requesting qualifications and proposals for legal services from firms experienced in municipal law. Firms may choose to be considered for the services of city attorney-general municipal law and/or prosecution. Please contact the city for complete details. Proposal submissions are due on March 27 at 10 a.m. Six paper copies and one electronic file in PDF format of the proposal shall be submitted to:
Proposal for City Legal Services
Interim City Administrator
12260 South Diamond Lake Road
Dayton, MN 55327
Direct Phone (763) 712-3221
PLANNING. Aitkin is requesting proposals for external planning services. The desired relationship is that of an independent contractor who provides planning assistance to the Aitkin planning commission and city council on an as-needed basis and charges a set hourly rate. In the past few years, the city has adopted a comprehensive land use plan and has also updated the zoning and subdivision ordinance. Assistance will be needed as requests for variances, conditional use permits, subdivisions, and rezoning actions are presented. Assistance will also be needed to work on an annexation plan, transportation plan, infrastructure plan, etc. Experience is desired in comprehensive planning; research and analysis; mapping; developing realistic and attainable community policies, goals and objectives; administration of local land use, zoning and subdivision ordinances. Proposals should be directed to:
City of Aitkin
Tammy Lou Pfaff, City Clerk
109 1st Avenue NW
Aitkin, MN 56431
Proposals must be submitted no later than 4 p.m. on March 12. For additional information, call Tammy Lou Pfaff at (218) 927-2527.
REDEVELOPMENT. Lewiston is seeking proposals from qualified firms or persons interested in purchasing and redeveloping the real & personal property formerly known as the Glovers Spare Time Bowling Alley. Please contact Chris Dahl for a copy of the RFP—email@example.com, (701) 371-9543. Submissions are due by 4:30 p.m. on June 4.
REDEVELOPMENT. Zumbrota is accepting proposals to redevelop a vacant parcel in its historic downtown. The Zumbrota EDA seeks proposals from qualified firms to redevelop the property for market rate apartments or condominiums. Special consideration will be given to projects that address needed senior housing in the community. All proposals and questions can be directed to Community Development Director Dan King firstname.lastname@example.org 175 West Avenue, Zumbrota, MN 55992; (507) 732-7318. The RFP can be downloaded at www.ci.zumbrota.mn.us 4/23
Cities reserve the right to reject any and all bids.