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RFQ – TOWN OF MARLBOROUGH REQUEST FOR DEVELOPERS QUALIFICATIONS STATEMENTS COMMUNITY SURVEY
The Town of Marlborough invites professional consulting firms to submit a Statement of Qualifications to develop and conduct a citizen opinion and priorities survey. The selected consultant will develop an appropriate survey instrument and methodology to gauge citizen priorities and level of satisfaction in regards to the Town’s activities, programs, facilities, infrastructure and overall quality of life, will carry out the survey, tabulate the results and prepare and present a final report for the Planning Commission. The Town anticipates entering into an agreement based on a negotiated fee and scope of work. The survey and final report must be completed by June 15, 2019.
Information is available in the Land Use/Building Department, Town of Marlborough, Town Hall, 26 North Main Street, P.O. Box 29, Marlborough, CT 06447. Questions concerning the project contact Mr. Peter Hughes, Planning and Development Director, at 860-295-6202 or e-mail at email@example.com.
Statements of Qualification (seven bound copies and one unbound copy & an electronic copy) will be received at the above address in the Town Clerk’s Office, until 12:00 p.m., on March 26, 2019. All Qualification Statement package shall be submitted at the sole cost and expense of the Respondent.
RFP – Sale of 108 Thames and 0 Broad Streets
The City of Groton seeks proposals for the purchase of 108 Thames Street and 0 Broad Street, two adjacent parcels situated within the Waterfront Business Residence (WBR) zoning district. Proposals will be accepted for the purchase of each parcel as separate properties or as one combined offer.
Proposals are due 3pm, June 14, 2019 with a final closing date subject to negotiation. See Section VII.A Submission & Schedule.
The full RFP and additional information can be downloaded at: http://cityofgroton.com/ped/sale-108-thames-0-broad-streets/
RFP – Consulting Services for Short-Term Rental Regulations – Barnstable, NY
The Town of Barnstable, Massachusetts is a premier national tourist destination, as well as Cape Cod’s largest year-round community (pop. 45,000) and economic center. Barnstable is comprised of seven villages, each with their own character, seasonal influence, and land use traditions. The Town faces serious challenges maintaining an adequate supply of year-round and affordable/workforce housing, with seasonal demand playing a major role in this dynamic.
The Town’s Planning & Development Department seeks proposals from consulting firms or teams to engage and assist the Town in developing regulations related to short-term residential rentals. On December 28, 2018, Governor Baker signed legislation regulating and taxing the short-term rental of dwelling units in Massachusetts. The Town of Barnstable seeks to review the Town’s zoning ordinance and other regulations pertaining to short-term rentals of residential properties. Current regulations need to be modernized and revised for consistency with the new legislation and to give residents a clear understanding of what types of rentals are allowed in Barnstable.
RFP documents available on the Town of Barnstable Website, Bid & RFP System at www.townofbarnstable.us. These services are expected not to exceed $45K. Proposals are due to the Chief Procurement Officer no later than 3/14/19, 2pm.
RFP – 2020 POCD Update – Monroe, CT
The Town of Monroe (Town) located in Fairfield County, Connecticut is accepting “proposals” from qualified professional planning consultants to assist with the review and update of the Town’s existing 2010 Plan of Conservation and Development (POCD). The Town welcomes proposals demonstrating the qualifications and expertise to undertake the “2020 POCD Update” in accordance with statutory requirements and the services outlined herein. The selected consultant, specifically the individual(s) assigned to directly interact and provide the services to the Town, shall have extensive and specific understanding, technical knowledge, and experience in the organization, drafting and implementation of a municipal POCD. In addition, interested consultants shall demonstrate extensive experience in the design and effective execution of community engagement and public participatory efforts related to municipal planning initiatives. LINK TO RFP ON MONROE WEBSITE