Author: Selena Coffey

Accepting Bids for 2019 Paving Program

ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS

Sealed, informal bids for the construction of the 2019 Paving Program for the Town of Weaverville will be received by the Town of Weaverville, 15 Quarry Road, Weaverville, NC  28787 until 2:00 p.m., Thursday, May 2, 2019 in the Public Works Facility Conference Room located at 15 Quarry Road, Weaverville, NC  28787.  All bids received after the stated time will be returned unopened. Bids will be for the furnishing of labor, materials and equipment pertaining to the completion of the following work.

The work, along with all related construction, includes:  1) Milling to remove the existing asphalt pavement on Church Street from North Main to Highland Street (totaling approximately 2,300 LF in length and 18 feet wide), cleaning and crack sealing of the underlying concrete pavement, then repaving with BST, asphalt binder and asphalt surface course; and 2) milling of the asphalt pavement on the Town’s downtown Municipal Parking lot, repair of subgrade, then paving the lot with asphalt surface course and restriping the parking spaces, and 3) miscellaneous asphalt and concrete patching within town.

Bid Documents for the project can be examined beginning April 16, 2019, during normal office hours, at the Town of Weaverville Public Works Facility, 15 Quarry Road, Weaverville, NC  28787 or at Town Hall, 30 South Main Street, Weaverville, NC 28787. Bidders may obtain copies of the bid documents at no charge by request from the Public Works Director, Dale Pennell, by calling office phone at 828-645-0606, cell phone 828-231-7050 or by email at [email protected]

The bidder’s attention is directed to the fact that all applicable state laws, municipal ordinances, and the rules and regulations of the authorities having jurisdiction over construction of the project shall apply to the contract throughout, and they will be deemed to be included in the contract the same as though written out in full. Contracts for work under this bid will obligate the contractor and subcontractors to comply with applicable state statutes and regulations concerning conditions of employment. Bidder must comply with the requirements of the NC Contractors Licensing Laws.

Each informal bid shall be submitted in a sealed envelope addressed to the Town of Weaverville and each envelope shall clearly show on the outside the following information:

Project Name
Legal Name of Bidder
State License Number

Any questions concerning bids may be directed to Dale Pennell, Public Works Director, at office 828-645-0606 or cell 828-231-7050 or by email at [email protected]

The Town of Weaverville reserves the right to reject any or all bids.

 

ADDENDUM #1

2019 Paving Project
Town of Weaverville
Weaverville, North Carolina


This Addendum No. 1 is issued this the 26th day of April, 2019 to all parties who hold a set of Bid Documents for the project entitled “2019 Paving Project, Town of Weaverville, Weaverville, NC”.  This Addendum No. 1 shall become part of the Contract Documents and its receipt shall be acknowledged on the bid documents at the time of bidding.

The following additions, revisions, and/or clarifications shall be made to the Contract Documents:

  1. The Bid Date is hereby changed to May 9, 2019 at 2:00 pm local time.  All others bidding requirements shall remain as contained in the original Bid Documents.

This Addendum No. 1 is issued this the 26th day of April, 2019.

Dale E. Pennell, PE, PLS
Public Works Director
Town of Weaverville
15 Quarry Road
Weaverville, NC  28787

 

 

Land Use Plan Information & Input Sessions Presentation Now Online

You may now view and download the Town’s Land Use Plan Information & Input Session Presentation here:

Land Use Info Session Flyer

Press Release: Information & Input Sessions on Land Use

The Town of Weaverville is in the process of updating its comprehensive land use plan which provides guidance to Town Council in its decisions concerning development within the Town.  Mayor Root and Town Council would like to receive as much community input on land use as possible during the development of the updated plan.

Citizens are encouraged to attend information and public input sessions on land use. Such session are scheduled for Thursday, March 21st from 12 pm to 3 pm and on Tuesday, March 26th from 5 pm to 8 pm, both in the Community Room at Town Hall, 30 South Main Street, Weaverville, NC. Upon request Town staff will also be scheduling information and input sessions for organized groups during the month of April.

Topics to be discussed will include:  demographics, growth, water, residential development, commercial and industrial development, streets and sidewalks, subdivisions, local and regional trends. Information on the comprehensive land use plan and land use topics is available on the Town’s website at www.weavervillenc.org.

Citizens can also submit comments by email to [email protected] or by bringing written comments to Town Hall.  Citizens wishing to discuss land use in person or to schedule a session for an organized group can do so by contacting the following:

Planning Director James Eller [email protected] 828-484-7002
Town Attorney Jennifer Jackson [email protected] 828-484-7003

Selena D. Coffey, MPA-ICMA

Weaverville Town Manager

Annual Water Quality Report

The Town of Weaverville Annual Water Quaility Report can be viewed here: http://bit.ly/2F7EIfx 

Trent Duncan Completes LGFCU Fellows Leading for Results Course

PRESS RELEASE:

CHAPEL HILL, NC – On December 7, 2018, Trent Duncan, Water Resources Superintendent, Town of Weaverville, successfully completed the Leading for Results program at the UNC School of Government as a Local Government Federal Credit Union (LGFCU) Fellow. Trent was among 40 individuals from across North Carolina identified as emerging leaders in local government and was selected in a competitive process from among 140 applicants to the program.

Trent Duncan
Trent Duncan

The Leading for Results program focuses on organizational leadership. Participants were introduced to models of leadership as well as management and leadership tools and strategies. LGFCU Fellows had the opportunity to gain insight into their individual leadership styles and strengths and practice ways to increase their effectiveness within their organizations.