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SUBMITTED by Marjorie Torelli (20-Mar-2012)

The Western Finger Lakes Solid Waste Management Authority Board held its regular monthly meeting on Monday, March 19, 2012. In business related to the closure and dismantling of the Materials Recovery Facility on Rt. 88 in the Town of Arcadia, the Board passed the following resolutions:
  • Authorized the Administrator to sign a contract with Roy Teitsworth, Inc. Auctioneers to conduct an on-line auction of all equipment at the MRF
  • Authorized the Administrator to accept bids from the on-line auction conducted by Roy Teitsworth, Inc. following the close of the auction on March 27
  • Accepted the proposal from Paradigm Environmental Services, Inc., to conduct a pre-demolitions Asbestos Survey of the Materials Recovery Facility
  • Authorized the Administrator to accept the proposal from Men of Steel to remove remaining glass from the Materials Recovery Facility and to conduct a site clean-up following the removal of the recycling equipment sold at auction
  • Authorized the Administrator to accept the low bid proposal from a qualified electrical contractor to disconnect all the recycling equipment from electrical service and from the circuit breakers prior to removal of the equipment by the successful bidders in the on-line auction
  • Authorized the Administrator to sign the agreement for Unoccupied Building Insurance for the Materials Recovery Facility with Haylor, Freyer and Coon Insurance Agency
The next meeting of the Western Finger Lakes Authority Board will be on Monday, April 16, 2012 at 5:00 p.m. The meeting will be held in the Authority office at 9 Pearl Street, Lyons, NY. The public is always welcome.

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1 Comment to "Notes of the Western Finger Lakes Authority Board"

  1. holly Said,

    I really feel that the type of new residents we should want to attract to Wayne County are people who like a county which engages in things like recycling---not a county which focuses on trying to make a point of some kind by saving the taxpayers a few dollars a piece.

    Posted on Sat Mar 24, 09:54:00 PM EDT

     

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