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NOTICE

Invitation to Bid No. FD2021-002

Official Public Notice

The Township of Brookfield, Ohio invites the submission of sealed bids for:

Two (2) new, Powered Ambulance Stretcher/Cots with loading capabilities & an optional third Stretcher/Cot with powered loading capabilities.

Bid packets can be downloaded using the above link or can be picked up at the Brookfield Township Administration Building 6844 Strimbu Drive or at the Fire / EMS Headquarters located at 774 State Route 7 NE Brookfield, Ohio 44403 Monday-Friday between the hours of  8AM-4PM. Responses must be sealed and returned, by certified mail requiring signature of receipt or hand delivered to the Brookfield Twp. Div. of Fire & EMS  Headquarters located at 774 State Route 7 NE Brookfield, Ohio no later that April 16, 2020 at 2:00 PM. These sealed submissions will be opened and publicly read aloud. All submissions must be clearly marked as detailed in the specification packets.

Brookfield Township reserves the right to reject any and all bids and waive informalities and irregularities in the bids received.

All Township activity related to this purchase will be done in accordance with all applicable laws including equal opportunity, non-discriminatory, and ADA statutes.

Ronald Haun

Ronald Haun

A life-long resident of Brookfield Township. He graduated from Brookfield High School in 1977 and attended Youngstown State University. Ron...

Gary Lees

Gary Lees

Trustee Lees is a life-long resident of Brookfield Township. He received a bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice attending both Penn...

Township trustees have discretionary, executive and judicial functions. They may, at their discretion, adopt certain regulations as allowed by state law. For instance, they may regulate engine noise and vehicle parking, and noise from a bar that serves liquor. Trustees may establish regulations for fire and police protection. The township trustees are the executive officers of the township. They are responsible for appropriating township funds, and they are the township taxing and purchasing authority. They hold title to and are responsible for the physical property of the township. They may own such facilities as parks and cemeteries. Township trustees may hire personnel and enter into contracts as necessary to perform their duties.

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