SEALED BID INVITATION
(SB-4200-21-01-120220)

Sealed Bids will be received by the Butts County Board of Commissioners, 625 W. Third Street, Suite 4, Jackson, Georgia, 30233 until 3:00 PM local time on Wednesday, December 2, 2020 at which time the bids will be publicly opened and read aloud by County staff. Late bids will not be considered nor returned. Bidders and their agents are invited to attend.

This will be a Unit Price bid. The work to be bid consists of furnishing all labor, tools, materials, equipment and services for grass mowing, litter pickup and trimming within the right of way of approximately 231± miles of paved roads for four cycles per year.

All questions regarding the bid must be in writing and addressed to Kip Washington, Director, Butts County Department of Public Works, 1036 Brownlee Road, Jackson, Georgia 30233; questions may also be sent via fax to 770-775-7476 or via e-mail to kwashington@buttscounty.org. All questions must be received by 3:00 PM on Tuesday, December 1, 2020. All questions will be answered in writing.

All bids shall be accompanied by a Bid Bond in an amount of not less than five percent (5%) of the bid for the complete work. The Bid Bond shall be forfeited to Butts County, Georgia as liquidated damages if the Bidder fails to execute the Contract and provide Performance and Payment Bonds within fifteen (15) calendar days after being notified that the Bidder has been awarded the Contract. The Bid Bond shall be in the form of a surety issued bond made payable to the Butts County Board of Commissioners. The Surety Company shall be licensed to do business in the State of Georgia and listed in the Department of the Treasury Circular 570, latest edition. The Surety Company shall have an A.M. Best Company minimum rating of “A” with a financial size of VI “6” or better. All bids shall also be accompanied by a certificate of insurance and Contractor’s Work Authorization Certification and Affidavit.

Envelopes containing the bids must be sealed, addressed to the Butts County Board of Commissioners, 625 W. Third Street, Suite 4, Jackson, Georgia 30233, and marked: “Sealed Bid No. 4200-21-01-120220”.

GENERAL CONDITIONS

No bids received after said time or at any place other than the time and place stated in the notice will be considered.

WITHDRAWAL OF BID:

A bidder may withdraw his bid before the expiration of the time during which bids may be submitted without prejudice to the bidder, by submitting a written request of withdrawal to the Butts County Board of Commissioners, Chief Financial Officer.

REJECTION OF BID:
Butts County may reject any and all bids, and must reject a bid of any party who has been delinquent or unfaithful in any formal contract with Butts County. Also, the right is reserved to waive any irregularities or informalities in any bid in the bidding procedure. Butts County will be the sole judge which bid is best, and in ascertaining this, will take into consideration the business integrity, financial resources, facilities for performing the work, and experience in similar operation or product of the various bidders.

STATEMENT OF EXPERIENCE AND QUALIFICATIONS:

The bidder may be required, upon request, to prove to the satisfaction of Butts County that he/she has the skill and experience and the necessary facilities and ample financial resources to perform the contract(s) in a satisfactory manner and within the required time. If the available evidence of competency of any bidder is not satisfactory, the bid of such bidder may be rejected. The successful bidder is required to comply with and abide by all applicable federal and state laws in effect at the time the contract is awarded.

NON-COLLUSION AFFIDAVIT:

By submitting a bid, the bidder represents and warrants that such bid is genuine and not fraudulent or collusive or made in the interest or in behalf of any person not therein named, and that the bidder has not directly or indirectly induced or solicited any other bidder to put in a fraudulent bid, or any other person, firm or corporation to refrain from bidding and that the bidder has not in any manner sought by collusion to secure to that bidder any advantage over any other bidder.

DOCUMENTS DEEMED PART OF THE CONTRACT:

The notice, invitation to bidders, general conditions, and instructions for bidders, special conditions, specifications, bid and addenda, if any, will be deemed part of the contract.

STANDARD INSTRUCTIONS TO BIDDERS

1. The written specifications contained in this bid will not be changed or superseded except by written addendum from Butts County. Failure to comply with the written specifications for this bid may result in disqualification by Butts County.

2. All goods and materials will be F.O.B. Butts County Board of Commissioners – no freight or postage charges will be paid by Butts County unless such charges are included in the bid price.

3. All bids must be sealed, received and in-hand at bid due date and time. Each bidder assumes the responsibility for having his/her bid received at the designated time and place without consideration, regardless of the postmark. Butts County accepts no responsibility for mail delivery.

4 Each bid form submitted must include the name of the business, mailing address, the name, title and signature of the person submitting the bid. When submitting a bid package to Butts County, the first page of your bid package should be the Bid Form listing price, delivery, etc.

5 No bids received after said time or at any place other than the time and place stated in the notice will be considered.

6 Butts County may reject any and all bids, and must reject a bid of any party who has been delinquent or unfaithful in any formal contract with Butts County. Also, the right is reserved to waive any irregularities or informalities in any bid in the bidding procedure. Butts County will be the sole judge as to which bid is best, and in ascertaining this, will take into consideration the business integrity, financial resources, facilities for performing the work, and experience in similar operation of the various bidders.

7. No sales tax will be charged on any orders. Butts County is exempt as outlined by Georgia State Law.

8. Bidders will state delivery time after receiving order.

9. Unless otherwise stated, all bids submitted will be valid and may not be withdrawn for a period of 60 days from the due date of the bid.

10. Tabulations will be available after the contract has been awarded. Results of the bids will not be available orally.

11. All responses must be submitted on the provided bid form. Exception from this format will not be accepted. Any offeror who believes that the bid form is unclear shall submit all questions upon receipt.

BUTTS COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS
DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS
JACKSON, GEORGIA

RIGHT OF WAY MOWING SPECIFICATIONS 2021 – 2023
SPECIFICATIONS FOR MOWING OF ROADSIDES BY CONTRACT

These Specifications outline the mowing requirements of Butts County Public Works that are to be met by the Contractor. Any questions concerning these specifications should be directed to the Director of Butts County Public Works.

A. DEFINITIONS

ACCEPTABLE MOWING – The height of vegetation shall be 6 inches, maximum height. The mowing shall present a neat and attractive appearance. Strips of vegetation left between cuts and areas mashed down by equipment tires and left un-mowed will not be acceptable and require re-mowing.

BACK SLOPE – The area of a sloped cut that begins at the rear of the roadway ditch (or toe of back slope) and extends to the top of the cut slope toward the right of way.

LITTER PICK UP – All trash on the Butts County right-of-way. Tires and large items such as furniture, mattresses, etc. will be picked up by County forces.

MOWING CYCLE – The mowing cycle consists of the mowing of 231± miles and shall be a continuous effort until one cycle is completed (weather permitting).

MOWING HEIGHT – The mowing height will be 6″ maximum height. Random checks will be conducted.

RIGHT-OF-WAY – The entire portion of the highway within the boundaries of access control fences or access control lines where no fences exist.

ROADSIDE OBSTACLES – Those entities occurring within the highway roadside infrastructure, either naturally or unnaturally. They shall include, but not be limited to the following: sign posts, delineator posts, light posts, steel beam guardrail and posts, headwalls, catch basins, fallen rock in roadway ditches, bridge and abutments, mailboxes, newspaper boxes, and landscape plantings.

ROADWAY – The entire portion of the highway intended for normal or emergency use of vehicular traffic including all traffic lanes, shoulders, medians, and interchanges.

ROADWAY DITCH – The depressed are located at the toe of the cut slope, parallel to the roadway surface, and adjacent to the shoulder that allows for the drainage of water from the roadway.

TRIMMING – The reduction of vegetation from in front of, behind, under, or around roadside obstacles utilizing blade type trimming equipment. See Section B, Paragraph 2.

B. GENERAL

All mowing shall be performed in accordance with this Special Provision and to the satisfaction of the Public Works Director, or its agent.

Vegetation around roadside obstacles such as delineator posts, culvert headwalls, sign posts, mailboxes, and guardrails shall be trimmed by the Contractor by mechanical means so as to present a neat and attractive appearance. Excessive hand labor should not be included.

Trimming shall be accomplished by power equipment. The trimming shall be as close to a roadside obstacle as possible. Trimming shall be done as incidental to the right-of-way mowing cycle. Trimming around obstacles shall be done in a manner to assure a neat cosmetic appearance. Example – power poles, signs, cross drains, etc. shall be trimmed on all four sides as close as possible.

The height of mowing shall be six (6) inches maximum height for all mowing operations.

C. QUALIFICATIONS OF CONTRACTORS

Contractors submitting bids shall certify in writing that they possess or will possess all necessary paperwork, equipment, facilities, and personnel to fulfill the terms of the Contract and be ready to proceed upon receipt of Notice of “Authorization to Proceed”.

Proof of general liability insurance will be required in the amount of $1,000,000. Proof of workers compensation insurance will be as required by Georgia state law. Certificates must be furnished to Butts County for verification.

All mower operators shall be trained and properly certified to operate mowing equipment. It shall be the responsibility of the Contractor to supply all necessary training.

The Contractor shall be familiar with all construction signing for roadway safety.

All employees must be legal residents of the United States.

D. TYPES OF MOWING OPERATIONS

The types of mowing operations to be performed on this Contract are defined as follows:

1. Right-of-Way Mowing

The mowing of County owned, assumed, or recognized right-of-way. This shall include the area that is obviously maintained by the County. If this contract includes the use of slope mowers, slopes deemed too steep for wheel equipment shall be cut with a slope mower. A smooth transition shall be made back to normal mowing limits. MOWING IS TO BE DONE TO THE MAXIMUM LIMITS OF THE RIGHT OF WAY.

2. Safety Mowing

The mowing of any vegetation that presents a sight distance problem at intersections, driveways, and curves to provide adequate sight distance. The Contractor agrees that this shall be done as part of the per mile price.

3. Trimming

This operation shall be the trimming of vegetation from around roadside obstacles and their proximities that occur within the designated mowing area in order to present a neat and attractive appearance. Trimming shall be done by machine as close as mechanical means will allow. (See Section B, Paragraphs 2, 3)

Trimming operations shall be completed as incidental to the right-of-way mowing cycle.

E. EQUIPMENT

The equipment used for mowing shall be of sufficient type, capacity, and quantity to safely and efficiently perform the mowing work as specified.
1. Minimum equipment for the Contract shall include the following:

a. Adequate Support Equipment – Including safety/pickup trucks, service trucks, and any other item of equipment necessary to provide mowing services.

2. Specifications for such equipment are as follows:

a. All tractors will have orange flags and slow-moving vehicle placards, placed so not to impair operator vision and to be visible to motorists.

b. All open portions of the mower must have acceptable guards to prevent objects from being discharged.

c. Warning lights as stated in Section H, Paragraph 1.

d. Blades for mowing should be routinely sharpened to ensure a quality cut.

F. TIME AND FREQUENCY OF MOWING CONTRACT OPERATIONS

RIGHT-OF-WAY MOWING – The Contractor agrees that the Public Works Director shall direct the time and place for each Right-of-Way mowing cycle. The number of mowing cycles on each project shall be determined by the Public Works Director within the parameters of this agreement. There will be four (4) mowing cycles per year, pending final decision by Board.
Approximate Schedule – 4 cycles
1st Mowing 1st week in April
2nd Mowing 1st week in June
3rd Mowing 1st week in August
4th Mowing 1st week in October

Mowing cycles may vary if growth of grass warrants an adjustment. This shall be at the discretion of the Public Works Director.

TRIMMING – The trimming operations that are to be done in conjunction with the mowing cycle shall be completed with the completion of the Right-of-Way mowing cycle.

G. NOTIFICATION AND PROJECT COMPLETION

The Contractor shall notify the Public Works Director, via telephone and follow up with e-mail , seven (7) calendar days prior to the date specified for the beginning of each mowing cycle. Cycles shall be completed without interruption and to the satisfaction of the Public Works Director.

H. TRAFFIC CONTROL
Tractors shall be equipped with either revolving or strobe lights.

Support vehicles including safety truck, pickup trucks, and any other vehicle used in mowing operation shall be equipped with revolving or strobe lights.

THE SAFETY OF THE PUBLIC AND THE CONVENIENCE OF TRAFFIC SHALL BE REGARDED AS PRIME IMPORTANCE.

Signs, lights, safety, and other traffic control items are not a pay item, but are considered incidental to safe traffic control.

Equipment shall be parked as far from the roadway as possible. No equipment shall be parked where as it may hinder the sight path of any vehicle. No equipment shall be parked on the inside of a curve or outside of a curve.

I. WORK AREA SIGNAGE
The Contractor shall be required to provide sufficient warning signage to ensure the safety of the Contractor and the general public. Contractor shall be responsible for ensuring that the signage is adequate and visible.

J. HOURS OF OPERATION
All scheduled mowing operations shall be performed during the hours specified herein as follows:

a. During the hours of daylight and daily except Sunday, inclement weather days, or as directed by the Public Works Director.

b. The Contractor shall suspend operations if weather conditions are such that mowing operations cannot be carried out in a safe and effective manner.

c. The Public Works Director, or a designee, shall have the discretion to order the suspension of mowing operations whenever, in their judgment, present weather conditions are such that mowing operations cannot be carried out in an effective manner.

d. The Public Works Director, or designee, shall have the discretion to order the suspension of mowing operations whenever, in their judgment, it is in the best interest of Butts County.

e. When equipment is not operating, nights, rain-days, Sundays, they shall be parked away from curves, home frontages and driveways.

f. Mowing shall cease when an event such as a funeral or funeral procession is in the immediate area.

g. Mowing shall cease when a school bus is stopped, loading or unloading, is in the immediate area.

h. Both sides of a road must be completed within 48 hours (weather permitting) of commencement of the road. Long roads may be done in maximum segments so long as both sides are completed in union.

K. ROUTE LIST
Prior to commencing work, the Contractor shall submit to the Public Works Director a planned mowing sequence by routes. The submitted schedule shall become the basis for:

a. The Contractor’s mowing schedule.
b. Inspection of work by Department personnel.
c. The invoicing for cycles completed.
d. Payment by the mile for services rendered.

Any subsequent changes to submitted Route List throughout the Contract must have the prior approval of the Public Works Director or designated representative.

L. VERIFICATION OF WORK

For the purpose of inspection and control, the Public Works Director or designee, will monitor the Contractor’s submitted Route List as a guide to verify the miles mowed for each route.

All roads mowed by the Contractor must present an appearance which is satisfactory to the monitoring inspector.

Any deficiency in the Contractor’s performance will be reported to the Contractor within seventy-two (72) hours following completion of work, and such deficiencies shall be corrected by the Contractor no later than seventy-two (72) hours following receipt of such notice.

In the event the Contractor mows higher than the specified height, the contractor shall mow the area in conflict at the contractor’s own expense.

The monitoring inspector will maintain a log of completed work and will verify completion of the Contractor’s work with Contractor upon completion of cycle.

In the event a road rehabilitation or improvement project is under construction or will be under construction where mowing is scheduled, that portion of mowing cycle will be deleted from the appropriate list at the direction of the Public Works Director. The section(s) of roads deleted may be re-entered at the first schedule cycle following completion of rehabilitation projects. No payment will be made or required if the road or section of road is deleted.

Prior to re-entering any such road into the cycle, a field inspection shall be made by Department personnel and the Contractor to determine what cleaning will be required by others. In no event will the Mowing Contractor be allowed additional compensation by the Department for initial cleaning of a re-entered road following rehabilitation or construction.

M. DAMAGE TO ROADWAY PROPERTY OR PRIVATE PROPERTY

The Contractor shall carry on the operations in such a manner so as not to damage the existing ground areas, trees, shrubs, signs, delineator posts, mailboxes, headwalls, driveway pipes, surfaces or other roadside obstacles.

Care shall be taken not to mow during wet conditions where turf damage or ruts would occur. In the event that damage occurs to trees, shrubs, signs, delineator posts, mail boxes or other roadside obstacles on the Right-of-Way during and by reason of the mowing operations, the Contractor shall replace or repair same at its own cost and expense in like kind and at the direction of the Public Works Director at no additional expense to the County. If damaged property resulting from the Contractor’s operations has to be repaired or replaced by the County, the cost of such work and repair shall be deducted from the Contractor’s payment.

It is highly recommended the contractor document by means of video or picture to verify that damage was done prior to the mowing operation.

Any damage of utilities shall be reported to the owner of such utilities immediately.

N. FAILURE TO COMPLETE WORK

It is essential to complete all mowing cycles within the time limits specified. Estimated cycle for 231+- miles shall be thirty (30) workable days excluding Sundays. This contract does not limit the number of mowers, crews, or equipment that may be used during a mowing cycle.

1. Failure to completely mow the entire scheduled cycle will be treated as follows:

a. If a cycle is incomplete due to elements beyond the Contractor’s control, the amount of payment to the Contractor will be determined by actual miles mowed.

b. Should the contractor fail to meet the thirty (30) workable day requirement by their own actions, and the Public Works Director deems necessary, County forces may be used to expedite the completion of the mowing cycle. Payment to the Contractor will be determined by actual miles mowed by the contractor. The mileage mowed by County forces shall be deducted.

c. If the quality of work is not satisfactory and is deemed by the Public Works Director that the contractor does not have the ability to correct the quality of work, the contractor will be informed in writing of the termination of the contract. The contractor shall be paid for only the mowed mileage deemed acceptable (See Section L, Paragraph 2).

d. The safety aspects of the mowing operation must be followed to ensure the safety of the citizens. If the Public Works Director or his agents feel the safety operation is not adequate, the mowing operation will be halted. When it is deemed that the contractor does not have the ability to operate safely, the contract will be terminated, and the contractor shall be paid for the mowed mileage deemed acceptable. Please note that safety issues must be addressed immediately.

2. All operations described in these specifications shall be conducted by the Contractor’s personnel and the expense of all such operations shall be the Contractor’s.

a. The Contractor shall provide all equipment, labor, fuel, and any other materials and incidentals necessary to complete the required work. The Contractor shall be responsible for all maintenance and repair of equipment and the availability presence, and supervision of all employees.

b. The Contractor shall have a competent and experienced Supervisor/Foreman on duty at all times when work is being performed under Contract.

c. There shall be no Subcontractors used by the Contractor to fulfill any items or conditions of the contract without prior written consent of the Department.

d. It shall be the Contractor’s responsibility to ensure that roadside debris does not hamper traffic.

e. The Contractor shall not allow any debris to be thrown onto the road surface by the mowing equipment or Contractor personnel. If so, it is to be removed immediately.

O. MEASUREMENT

1. SAFETY AREA – These areas should consist of areas at intersections and curves that need to be mowed to insure sight clearance, but not if private property may be damaged.

2. RIGHT-OF-WAY MOWING – Right-of-way mowing completed and accepted will be measured in road miles. The price per road mile of right-of-way shall be regardless of the right-of-way width. Right-of-way may be what has been recognized by the County, deeded to the County, and/or currently maintained by the County.

P. COUNTY PUBLIC WORKS ASSISTANCE

1. County forces shall remove trees, limbs and roadside litter such as tires, appliances and furniture that is found.

In the event additional roadside litter in substantial quantity is found, it is to be removed from the mowing path and County forces informed.

2. If an area or portion of road has to be mowed by County forces due to special activities or to solve public complaints and the area or road does not require re-mowing when the contractor enters the area, that mileage will be deducted from the payable mileage.

Q. PAYMENT

Payment for this work, complete and accepted will be made at the Contract Unit Price Per Mile for which payment shall be full compensation for furnishing all materials, all labor, tools, equipment, traffic control, and incidentals necessary to satisfactorily complete the Item.

R. TERMINATION

Either party may terminate this Agreement by providing written notice of the intent to terminate the Agreement 30 days in advance of the expiration date of the current term of the Agreement.

S. TERM

This term shall commence on January 1, 2021. The initial term (one (1) year) of this Agreement shall end on December 31, 2021 and shall be effective for a three (3) year period, and the contract maybe renewed every January through the terms of the contract. At the end of three (3) years, the mowing contract shall be re-bid.

Butts County Right of Way Mowing

As stated in the specifications, original certificates of insurance must be provided to the Butts County Board of Commissioners for a minimum of $1,000,000.00 general liability and Georgia workers compensation insurance as required by Georgia state law.

Upon acceptance of the bid, the contractor will be notified. The contract between Butts County Board of Commissioners and the contractor will be executed within seven days of award. The awarded contractor will be notified of the tentative start date by April 1, 2021, with the work to begin in seven days.

TO: The Butts County Board of Commissioners: I submit the following bid for a one (1) year contract to mow the County’s right-of-way’s, understanding that the contract may be renewed every January through the terms of the contract, not to exceed three (3) years under the same terms and conditions.

Mileage Per Cycle Cost per mile Annual total cost Three Year Total Cost

231±
(4 Cycles = 924± miles)

List all equipment that will be used in this operation:

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Payment terms: 30 days upon receipt of invoice with ‘work approved’ from Public Works Director  
OPTION A – LITTER PICK UP

GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS:

1. Contractor is submitting bid for litter pick up for 231± miles in unincorporated Butts County.
2. Litter shall be picked up in conjunction with each mowing cycle – 4 times per year.
3. Contractor shall provide equipment, personnel, all materials such as trash bags, gloves, etc. safety equipment for the litter pick up operation.
4. Tires, appliances, furniture, etc. shall be placed on the back slope of the ditch and the contractor shall notify the Public Works Office or mowing inspector the same day so that County forces can pick up.
5. All safety precautions for litter pickup personnel shall be paramount:
a. Personnel shall wear safety vests
b. Pickups and utility vehicles shall have safety lights and flags, as described in Section H.
6. All bags of trash shall be picked up and removed the same day.

Mileage Per Cycle Cost per mile Annual total cost Three Year Total Cost

231±
(4 Cycles = 924± miles)

List all equipment and personnel that will be used in this operation:

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Payment terms: 30 days upon receipt of invoice with ‘work approved’ from Public Works Director


Bid Form

Right-of-Way Mowing Annual Total Cost $______________________

Option A – Litter Pick Up Annual Total Cost $______________________

Total Annual Cost for Mowing & Litter Pick Up $______________________

It is agreed by the undersigned vendor that the signature and submission of this bid represents the vendor’s acceptance of all terms, conditions and requirements of bid specifications and, if awarded, the bid will represent the agreement between the parties.

Company:

Address: City/State/Zip:

Contact person: Telephone:

Signed: (sign manually, in ink)

Name Printed: ____________________________Title: ____________________ Date: _____________

Butts County, GA

CONTRACTOR AFFIDAVIT AND AGREEMENT

By executing this affidavit, the undersigned contractor verifies its compliance with O.C.G.A. 13-10-19, stating affirmatively that the individual, firm, or corporation which is contracting with Butts County has registered with and is participating in a federal work authorization program* [any of the electronic verification of work authorization programs operated by the United States Department of Homeland Security to verify information of newly hired employees, pursuant to the Immigration Reform and Control Act of1986 (IRCA) P.L. 99-603), in accordance with the applicability provisions and deadlines established in O.C.G.A. 13-10-91

The undersigned further agrees that, should it employ or contract with any subcontractor(s) in connection with the physical performance of services pursuant to this contract with Butts County, GA; contractor will secure from such contractor(s) similar verification of compliance with O.C.G.A. 13-10-91 on the Subcontractor Affidavit provided in Rule 300-10-01-.08 or a substantially similar form. Contractor further agrees to maintain records of such compliance and provide a copy of each such verification to Butts County Commissioners’ Office at the time the subcontractor(s) is retained to provide the service.

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E-Verify User Identification Number Authorization date

Job Description Right-of-Way Mowing and Litter Pick Up

Legal Name of Business

________________________________________________ ____________
BY: Authorized Officer or Agent Date

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Title of Authorized Office or Agent

SUBSCRIBED AND SWORN
BEFORE ME ON THIS THE
______DAY OF 20__

Notary Public
My Commission Expires:

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Butts County, GA

SUBCONTRACTOR AFFIDAVIT AND AGREEMENT

By executing this affidavit, the undersigned contractor verifies its compliance with O.C.G.A. 13-10-19, stating affirmatively that the individual, firm, or corporation which is contracting with Butts County has registered with and is participating in a federal work authorization program* [any of the electronic verification of work authorization programs operated by the United States Department of Homeland Security to verify information of newly hired employees, pursuant to the Immigration Reform and Control Act of1986 (IRCA) P.L. 99-603), in accordance with the applicability provisions and deadlines established in O.C.G.A. 13-10-91

The undersigned further agrees that, should it employ or contract with any subcontractor(s) in connection with the physical performance of services pursuant to this contract with Butts County, GA; contractor will secure from such contractor(s) similar verification of compliance with O.C.G.A. 13-10-91 on the Subcontractor Affidavit provided in Rule 300-10-01-.08 or a substantially similar form. Contractor further agrees to maintain records of such compliance and provide a copy of each such verification to Butts County Commissioners’ Office at the time the subcontractor(s) is retained to provide the service.

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E-Verify User Identification Number Authorization date

Job Description Right-of-Way Mowing and Litter Pick Up

Legal Name of Business

________________________________________________ ____________
BY: Authorized Officer or Agent Date

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Title of Authorized Office or Agent

SUBSCRIBED AND SWORN
BEFORE ME ON THIS THE
______DAY OF 20__

Notary Public
My Commission Expires:

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