|Published March 2, 2010|
Request Proposals For Workers Compensation Insurance
Price City is accepting proposals for the provision of workers compensation insurance and ancillary services for a mutual commitment period of up to five years. Specifications can be obtained from the office of Human Resources/Risk Management, Pric...
Architectural/Engineering Services Washington Park Tennis Court Reconstruction
Price Municipal Corporation requests proposals for architectural/engineering services to prepare plans and specifications for the reconstruction of tennis courts. Proposals are due Friday, March 19, 2010 by 3:00 P.M. Call Price City Public Works C...
Invitation To Bid
Carbon County will accept sealed bids for two washers and two gas heated dryers for use at the newly constructed Senior Activities Center. The bids are due at the Carbon County Clerk's Office at 120 East Main Street, Price, Utah 84501, prior to 5 p...
Legal Notice Price City Summary of Ordinance No. 2010-002
In the Regular Council Meeting of February 24, 2010, the Price City Council Approved Ordinance No. 2010-002 Amending Ordinance #1224-69 to correct the legal description of certain real property previously annexed into Price City pursuant to the Pric...
Notice Of Public Hearing
East Carbon City will hold a Public hearing on Tuesday March 8, 2010 at 6:30 P.M.. The purpose of this Public Hearing is for the funding application for the Columbia Sewer Lagoon project. The Public Hearing will be open to public comment regarding ...
Notice Of Hearing Before The Board Of Oil, Gas And Mining Department Of Natural Resources State Of Utah
THE STATE OF UTAH TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN THE FOLLOWING MATTERS (Docket Nos. 2010-011, and 2010-012):
Notice of Public Hearing
The Wellington City Council will hold a public hearing at 7:00 P.M. on March 10, 2010 at the Wellington City Hall, located at 150 West Main Street, Wellington, Utah, for the purpose of receiving public comment on a proposed rate increase on the City'...
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