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					                                NOTICE TO BIDDERS

PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that bids will be received by the Otsego County Purchasing
Agent at that office at 183 Main Street, Cooperstown, New York for the following, all in
accordance with the specifications prepared by the Purchasing Agent of Otsego County.
        BID NO. 1 - NO. 2 FUEL OIL, LOW SULPHUR DIESEL FUEL, AUTOMATED
                             PUMP DISPENSING SERVICE

        BID NO. 2 - PROPANE AND PROPANE STATION

All bids must be enclosed in a securely sealed envelope with the notation "BID NO. 1-
FUEL OIL/LOW SULPHUR DIESEL FUEL/AUTOMATED PUMP DISPENSING
SERVICE" or ABID NO. 2 - PROPANE AND PROPANE STATION@ inserted thereon
and must be received at the Office of the Purchasing Agent at 183 Main Street,
Cooperstown, New York no later than 11:00 a.m. Tuesday, May 4 at which time bids will
be opened and considered.

Bidders are advised not to rely on next day mail services. Bids must be in the office of
the Purchasing Agent no later than the above specified date and time. Faxes will not be
accepted.

NOTE: The physical location of the Purchasing Department is 183 Main Street,
Cooperstown, New York. The mailing address is County Office Building, 197 Main
Street, Cooperstown, New York 13326.

All bidders must comply with the provisions of the General Municipal Law and all other
applicable laws. The County reserves the right to reject any and all bids.

Details and specifications may be obtained at the office of the Purchasing Agent during
regular working hours or will be mailed to bidders upon request.

                         NANCY J. MORTON
                         PURCHASING AGENT
                         OTSEGO COUNTY
                         NEW YORK

Dated: April 15, 2004



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TO:      THE COUNTY OF OTSEGO, COOPERSTOWN, NEW YORK
         CITY OF ONEONTA NEW YORK
         ONEONTA CITY SCHOOL DISTRICT
         (hereinafter known as “Entities”)
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The undersigned having a principal place of business at the address listed below, and
being experienced and responsible for the performance of same, agrees to furnish and
deliver No. 1 Diesel Fuel, No. 2 Fuel Oil, Low Sulfur Diesel Fuel, Kerosene and/or
Vehicle Fuels, and/or Propane Service at the unit price as herein stated and in
accordance with the specifications attached hereto.

The attached non-collusion statement must be signed and attached to the bid.

All bids will be firm for a period of 45 days.

The Entities reserve the right to reject any and all bids.


Submit to:

Nancy J Morton
Purchasing Agent
197 Main Street
Cooperstown NY 13326
(MAILING ADDRESS)

183 Main Street
Cooperstown NY
(PHYSICAL LOCATION)



Enclosed is our bid for Fuel/Propane/Automated Pump Dispensing Service.



SIGNATURE:                          _________________________________________________

NAME (type or print):               _________________________________________________


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COMPANY NAME:    _________________________________________________

TITLE:           _________________________________________________

TELEPHONE NO.:   _______________________ FAX NO.______________________

DATE:            ______________________________________________________




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                                        CHECKLIST
                                                                  ANSWER
                                                                  YES OR NO

1. I have read ALL of the instructions and specifications.        __________

2. I have filled in ALL of the blank spaces.                      __________

3. I have furnished all required information.                     __________
       (Descriptive literature, catalogs, price books, etc.)

4. I have signed the Non-Collusion Statement.                     __________

5. I am an officer of the company.                                __________

6. I have the express authority to obligate my company
       under the laws of the State of New York.                   __________

7. I am returning the original Bid/Proposal sheet.                __________

8. I have made copies for my record.                              __________

9. References (if applicable)

       ______________________________________________________

       ______________________________________________________

       ______________________________________________________

10. Exceptions/substitutions: (attach sheets as necessary)

       ______________________________________________________

       ______________________________________________________

       ______________________________________________________

11. If successful, the "Insurance Requirements Certificate", from an insurance
company licensed to do business by New York State, will be provided within ten (10)
working days after notification of the award. A separate certificate must be issued for
each entity awarding the bid.

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                                     NOTICE TO BIDDERS

The County of Otsego, the City of Oneonta, and the Oneonta City School District (hereinafter
referred to as “entities”) have entered into a Municipal Cooperation Agreement for the purpose
of purchasing like commodities.


The Otsego County Purchasing Agent has been designated as the Purchasing Agent to approve
specifications, advertise for bids, receipt and opening of bids, and reporting the results to the
other entities.


However, each entity is responsible for awarding its own bid and entering into their separate
contract(s).


                      EXTENSION OF BID TO POLITICAL SUBDIVISIONS

The Otsego County Board of Representatives has adopted a resolution to the effect that it is the
intent of this invitation for bid that non-Otsego County government political subdivisions, and
others authorized by law and located in the County of Otsego, may participate in the contract
awarded at the option of the vendor/contractor.

The vendor/contractor will be given a list of known agencies wanting to participate, by the
Otsego County Purchasing Agent. The vendor/contractor is also encouraged to contact and
solicit other non-Otsego County government political subdivisions to participate in this
contract. The vendor/contractor will provide the Otsego County Purchasing Agent with
correspondence naming any authorized agency participating. The Otsego County Purchasing
Agent will furnish a list of all participating agencies to the local office of the New York State
Comptroller.

All orders placed by the non-Otsego County government political subdivisions shall be billed to,
and payment made by, the ordering subdivision. All non-Otsego County government political
subdivisions are required to make payments directly to the vendor/contractor.

Upon request, non-Otsego County government agencies must furnish the vendor/contractor
with the proper tax exemption certificate, or documentation of tax exempt status.

All participating non-Otsego County government agencies and bidders understand,
acknowledge and agree that the sole responsibility in regard to performance of the contract, or
any obligation, covenant, condition or term thereunder by either such party thereto, shall be
borne and is expressly assumed by the participating non-Otsego County government agency
and contractors and not by Otsego County government. In the event of a failure or breach in
performance of any such contract by a non-Otsego County government agency or contractor,
the Otsego County government specifically and expressly disclaims any and all liability for
such defective performance or breach.        The eligible participating non-Otsego County
government agencies and contractors guarantee to save Otsego County government, its offices,
agents and employees harmless from any liability that may be or is imposed by the failure of
either party to perform in accordance with its obligations, covenants and the terms and
conditions of this Otsego County government centralized contract.




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                       INSURANCE AGREEMENT - CONTRACTORS

1.   Notwithstanding any terms, conditions or provisions, in any other writing between the
     parties, the contractor hereby agrees to effectuate the naming of the Entity as an
     unrestricted additional insured on the contractor’s insurance policies, with the
     exception of workers’ compensation.

2.   The policy naming the Entity as an Additional Insured shall:

        Be an insurance policy from an A.M. Best rated “secured” or better, New York State
         admitted insurer.
        Provide for 30 days notice of cancellation.
        State that the organization’s coverage shall be primary coverage for the Entity, its
         Board, employees and volunteers.
        The Entity shall be listed as an Additional Insured by using endorsement CG 2026
         or broader. The certificate must state that this endorsement is being used. If
         another endorsement is used, a copy shall be included with the certificate of
         insurance.

3.   The contractor agrees to indemnify the Entity for any applicable deductibles.

4.   Required insurance:

        Commercial General Liability Insurance
         $1,000,000 per occurrence/$2,000,000 general and products/completed operations
         aggregates. The general aggregate shall apply on a per-project basis.
        Automobile Liability
         $1,000,000 combined single limit for owned, hired and borrowed and non-owned
         motor vehicles.
        Workers’ Compensation
         Statutory Workers’ Compensation and Employers’ Liability Insurance for all
         employees.
        Owners Contractors Protective Insurance
         (Required for construction projects in excess of $200,000.)
         $1,000,000 per occurrence/$2,000,000 aggregate, with the District as the Named
         Insured.
        Bid, Performance and Labor & Material Bonds
         If required in the specifications, these bonds shall be provided by a New York State
         admitted surety company, in good standing.

5.   The insurance producer must indicate whether or not they are an agent for the
     companies providing the coverage.

6.   Contractor acknowledges the failure to obtain such insurance on behalf of the Entity
     constitutes a material breach of contract and subjects it to liability for damages,
     indemnification and all other legal remedies available to the Entity.




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                          NON-COLLUSION CERTIFICATION

(a) By submission of this bid/proposal, each bidder/proposer and each person signing
on behalf of any bidder/proposer certifies, and in the case of a joint bid/proposal, each
party thereto certifies as to its own organization, under penalty of perjury, that to the
best of knowledge and belief:

1. The prices in this bid/proposal have been arrived at independently without collusion,
consultation, communication, or agreement, for the purpose of restricting competition as
to any matter relating to such prices with any other bidder/proposer or with any
competitor;

2. Unless otherwise required by law, the prices which have been quoted in this
bid/proposal have not been knowingly disclosed by the bidder/proposer and will not
knowingly be disclosed by the bidder/proposer prior to opening, directly or indirectly, to
any other bidder/proposer or to any competitor; and

3. No attempt has been made or will be made by the bidder/proposer to induce any
other person, partnership or corporation to submit or not to submit a bid/proposal for the
purpose of restricting competition.



                                  Bidder/Proposer: _____________________________

                                  By: ________________________________________

                                  Title: ______________________________________

                                 BIDDER: ________________________




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                                       BID SHEET

                                          FUELS



A. FIRM DIFFERENTIAL BID

   1. Fuel Oil delivered, as needed, to the County of Otsego, Cooperstown, New York; City of
   Oneonta, New York; Oneonta City School District, Oneonta, New York.

                                   Tanker Load           Regular Delivery
                                   5,000 gal.                  Truck
                                   (minimum)


Tank Wagon Price
4/15/04
_____________________________________________________________________

Firm differential
above/below posted
lowest NY Harbor Tank
Consumer
_____________________________________________________________________

Delivered price per
gallon 7/1/04 Exclusive
of the gross receipts tax
_____________________________________________________________________


FIRM DIFFERENTIAL BID (continued)
2. Low Sulfur Diesel Fuel delivered, as needed.

                           Tanker Load     Regular Delivery
                           5,000 gal.            Truck
                           (minimum)
_____________________________________________________________________
Tank Wagon Price
for Low Sulfur
Diesel Fuel
4/15/04
_____________________________________________________________________
Price per
gallon for
kerosene for
mixture purposes

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_____________________________________________________________________




                                       Tanker Load             Regular Delivery
                                       5,000 gal.                    Truck
                                       (minimum)


Price per
Gallon for
dyed kerosene
______________________________________________________________________
Firm Differential
above/below posted
lowest NY Harbor Tank
Consumer
_____________________________________________________________________
Delivered price per
gallon 7/1/04 Exclusive
of the gross receipts tax
for diesel fuel only
_____________________________________________________________________
Delivered price per
gallon 7/1/04 Exclusive
of the gross receipts
tax for diesel fuel with
kerosene mixture
_____________________________________________________________________

An adjustment of the delivered and F.O.B. price shall be made to conform to any
decrease or increase in the lowest tank wagon price during the period covered by this
proposal which shall be from July 1, 2004 to June 30, 2005 inclusive.

The contractor shall advise the entities immediately, in writing, of any change in contract
price.

B. FIXED PRICE PER GALLON DELIVERED

$ _____ per gallon for all locations for #2 fuel oil tanker load.
$ _____ per gallon for all locations for #2 fuel oil regular truck delivery.
$ _____ per gallon for all locations for #2 fuel oil tanker load winter blend.
$ _____ per gallon for all locations for #2 fuel oil regular truck delivery winter blend.
$ _____ per gallon for all locations for low sulfur diesel fuel tanker load.
$ _____ per gallon for all locations for low sulfur diesel fuel regular truck delivery.
$ _____ per gallon for kerosene for mixture purposes.

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$ _____ per gallon for dyed kerosene.



EACH ENTITY IS RESPONSIBLE FOR AWARDING A CONTRACT FROM THIS BID.
HOWEVER, EACH ENTITY WILL AWARD THE SAME PRICING OPTION – DIFFERENTIAL
OR FIXED PRICE.

C. VEHICLE FUELS
                                   OCTANE        FIXED PRICE   FIRM DIFFERENTIAL
                                   CETANE        PER GALLON    PER GALLON
 Unleaded Fuel
 including automated service
 as per specifications
 Diesel Fuel
 Including automated service
 as per specifications
 Kerosene
 Including automated service
 as per specifications
 Diesel Fuel-Winter Blend
 (Nov through Feb)
 Including automated service
 as per specifications

PUMPING FACILITY LOCATION(S):           ___________________________________________
                                        ___________________________________________
                                        ___________________________________________
                                        ___________________________________________

POSTED PRICE, PORT OF ALBANY, AS OF APRIL 15, 2004: _________________________
SUPPLIER OF RAW PRODUCT: _________________________________________________
REFINER: ___________________________________________________________________
SOURCE OF EMERGENCY FUEL:________________________________________________




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                             BID SHEET

                  PROPANE STATION AND PROPANE



  1. (a) UNIT PRICE IN DOLLARS PER GALLON OF
        LP GAS DELIVERED TO THE PROPANE STATION
        AS SPECIFIED (PSB)                        $__________

                                OR

        CONTRACTOR S FIRM DIFFERENTIAL            $ __________


     (b) UNIT PRICE IN DOLLARS PER GALLON OF
         LP GAS DELIVERED TO CENTRAL KITCHEN
         AS SPECIFIED                             $ __________

                                OR

        CONTRACTOR S FIRM DIFFERENTIAL            $ __________

     (c) UNIT PRICE IN DOLLARS PER GALLON OF
         LP GAS DELIVERED TO THE MEADOWS
         AS SPECIFIED                             $ __________

                                      OR

       CONTRACTOR S FIRM DIFFERENTIAL             $ __________


2. UNIT PRICE IN DOLLARS PER GALLON OF
     *LP GAS DELIVERED TO THE REMAINING
     LOCATIONS AS SPECIFIED                       $ __________

                                OR

     CONTRACTOR S FIRM DIFFERENTIAL               $ __________




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                                   SPECIFICATIONS

                                         FUELS

                                   OTSEGO COUNTY

1. Otsego County Department of Highways and Forestry.

Estimated annual usage: 16,600 gallons for heating
                        127,000 gallons low sulfur diesel

      a. Main Garage - underground tank 10,000 gallon capacity. This is for low
            sulfur diesel fuel.

      b. Maintenance and Paint Shop - three (3) above ground tanks; 275 gallon
            capacity. This is for No. 2 fuel oil. During the winter months, this fuel is
            “blended”.

      c. Office Building - underground tank 3,000 gallon capacity. This is for No. 2
             fuel oil - NOT "BLENDED".

      d. Gilbertsville Patrol Garage - one (1) 2,000 gallon above ground tank. This is
             for low sulfur diesel fuel.

      e. Maryland Patrol Garage - 275 gal. above ground tank. This is for #2 fuel oil.
            1,000 gal. above ground tank. This is for low sulfur diesel fuel.

      f. Richfield Patrol Garage - 1,000 gal. above ground tank. This is for low sulfur
      diesel fuel.

      g. Burlington Patrol Garage - 1,000 gal. above ground tank. This is for low
            sulfur diesel fuel.

      h. Garrattsville Patrol Garage - 1,000 above ground tank. This is for low sulfur
           diesel fuel.

      i.      Forestry Building - one (1) 275 gallon tank. This is for No. 2 fuel oil - NOT
              "BLENDED".

      j.   Welding Shop - one (1) 275 gal. above ground tank. This is for kerosene.
              one (1) 275 gal. inside tank. This is for #2 fuel oil.

      The successful bidder of Regular Delivery Truck will be required to make delivery
      to the Gilbertsville Patrol Garage.




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Otsego County (continued)

2. Personnel Building/Courthouse Complex

      Estimated annual usage: 20,000 gallons

      Underground tanks: One (1) 8,000 gallon capacity
                         One (1) 5,000 gallon capacity

      Maintenance Garage – one (1) 275 gal above ground tank. This is #2 fuel oil
      NOT BLENDED.

3. The Meadows

      Estimated quantity 75,000 gallons
      Underground tanks: One (1) 15,000 gallon capacity
                         One (1) 12,000 gallon capacity

4. The Annex – Automatic Delivery

      Estimated annual usage: 10,000 gallons

      Underground Tank: One (1) 1,500 gallon capacity

5. Otsego Manor

      Estimated annual usage: 525,180 gallons

      Underground Tank: One (1) 15,000 gallon capacity


ONEONTA CITY SCHOOL DISTRICT


1. Middle/High School, 130 East Street, Oneonta, NY
   Estimated quantity: 65,000 gallons

   Underground Tank:: One (1) 15,000 gallon capacity


2. Riverside Elementary School, 1 Henry Street, Oneonta, NY

   Estimated quantity: 22,500 gallons

   Underground Tank: One (1) 10,000 gallon capacity



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3. Valleyview Elementary School, 40-46 Valleyview Street, Oneonta, NY

   Estimated quantity: 17,500 gallons

   Underground Tank: One (1) 10,000 gallon capacity


4. Greater Plains Elementary School, 60 West End Ave., Oneonta, NY

   Estimated quantity: 20,000 gallons

   Underground Tank: One (1) 10,000 gallon capacity

5. Center Street Elementary School, 31 Center Street, Oneonta, NY

   Estimated quantity 15,500 gallons

   Underground Tank: One (1) 10,000 gallon capacity


CITY OF ONEONTA


   1.Central Garage, 18 Silas Lane, Oneonta New York.

      Estimated quantity 12,000 gallons

      Underground Tanks: Two (2) 1,000 gallon capacity each


   2. Wastewater Treatment Facility, 11 Silas Lane, Oneonta New York.

      Estimated quantity 33,000 gallons

      Underground Tank: One (1) 10,000 gallon capacity

      DYED KEROSENE: one (1) 500 gal. above ground tank. This is for kerosene.
      (Estimated quantity 900 gallons)


   3. Water Treatment Plant, 110 East St. Oneonta New York.

      Estimated quantity 5,000 gallons

      Underground Tank: One (1) 4,000 gallon capacity

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DELIVERY:

        Contractor must be prepared, at all times, to make prompt delivery as ordered.
In emergencies, fuel must be delivered within twenty-four (24) hours of notification.
        Normal deliveries are considered to be Monday thru Friday (8:00 a.m. – 5:00
p.m.). Saturday, Sunday and Holiday deliveries are to be made on an emergency basis
(and not a regular basis) ONLY.
        Entities shall be responsible to insure that tanks are accessible by the
Contractor.
        Failure of the entity to make appropriate arrangements, preventing delivery of
product upon Contractor’s arrival at delivery site may result in a charge to the agency
for the contractor’s transportation costs for that particular trip. Entities should also make
certain that receiving personnel are available at time of delivery.

TOPPING-OFF TANKS FOR TANK TESTING:

       Entities requests to top-off tanks for testing purposes must be honored as
described. The requesting entity may be required to sign a waiver of liability and
responsibility on behalf of the Contractor.
       Tank Wagon contractors must be prepared to deliver in a timely manner, on a
one time basis per entity tank, that amount of fuel oil necessary to fill subject tanks for
the purpose of tank testing.

SERVICE:

       Contractor must be prepared, at all times, to furnish engineering service, when
so requested, and to investigate and report to the using entity on any complaint that
might arise in connection with the use of Contractor’s oils. This engineering service will
include but not be limited to the diagnosis of fuel-related problems in the entity’s
equipment.

WINTER BLEND REQUIREMENTS:

       Contractors of No. 2 fuel oil, shall provide a winter blend upon entity request.
Invoice for winter blend will show separate pricing for No. 2 and kerosene.

       Winter blend requirements:

       70/30 November
       60/40 December
       50/50 January
       60/40 February


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       70/30 March



RECYCLED FUEL OIL:

       Contractors offering recycled materials may be required to submit certification
that the recycled fuel oil offered meets the requirements of the New York State DEC.

GUARANTEE:

        The Contractor guarantees to furnish adequate protection from damage to
entity’s building, grounds and/or equipment occurring on account of, or in connection
with, or occasioned by, or resulting from the furnishing and delivery of fuel oil under this
contract and shall be liable for any damages for which it or its employees are
responsible.
        The liability includes but is not limited to oil spills occurring during delivery. The
Contractor shall provide constant surveillance during delivery by having a person in
attendance at all times at the point of transfer. An entity ordering too much oil will not
relieve the Contractor of responsibility. In the event of accidental spill during delivery,
the facility manager at the site of the spill must be notified in addition to any NYS
mandated environmental reports.
        Twenty-four (24) hours per day, a collect call can be placed with the New York
State Oil Spill Hotline at 518-457-7362.

SAMPLING OF FUEL OIL:

        Fuel oil delivered shall be subject to sampling and testing at the discretion of the
purchasing entity.
        The samples shall be collected in accordance with ASTM D4057-95 [IP #MPMS
(Chapter 8.1)], or latest revision thereof. The usual method of sampling is a three-way
bottle/container sampling taken at an upper, a middle, and a lower sample point from
the delivery vehicle. The sample container is a normally closed stopper-type and
operator opens it at each point to obtain a proportional amount of the sample.
        Entities are strongly encouraged to obtain and maintain samples of all fuel oil
deliveries for a period of time necessary to insure that the fuel oil is in compliance with
specifications.
        Prior to the initial delivery the Contractor should verify water and sediment levels
in storage tanks. These levels shall be reported in writing for any tanks which require
attention.
        Contractor assumes complete responsibility for any product water and sediment
problems that occur after initial delivery.
        Product samples taken at the entity’s dispensing pump may be considered
representative of a disputed fuel oil delivery, when the Contractor has delivered one or
more consecutive loads of fuel oil to the tank’s content which is being disputed.

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        Additionally, when the entity’s documentation indicates that previously delivered
fuel oil is less than five percent of the tank’s fuel oil volume relative to any disputed
delivery, and the previously delivered fuel oil performed and/or tested satisfactorily, then

a sample taken from the pump may be considered representative of the fuel oil
delivered.

NON-COMPLYING PRODUCT DELIVERY:

       Deliveries of fuel oil may be sampled at the point of delivery by a representative
of the entity. The methods of sampling and testing will be as listed elsewhere herein.
       When it is found that fuel oil delivered does not comply with the specification
requirements, the contractor, at their own cost and expense, may be required to remove
all such sub-standard fuel oil from the entity’s tank(s) and replace it with fuel oil meeting
the specifications, if such removal is so instructed by the entity.
       When an inspection of the tank(s) after the removal of the sub-standard product
indicates that the delivered product has rendered thank(s) unsuitable for use, then the
Contractor may be responsible for cleaning of the tank(s) so affected, if such cleaning is
so instructed by the entity.

NON-COMPLYING PRODUCT DELIVERY PENALTIES:

      Deductions shown hereafter will be made from the contract price for fuel oil that
does not comply with the detailed specifications, whether or not the fuel oil in question
has been consumed by the entity. The maximum of all combined deductions shall not
exceed ten percent (10%) for an individual delivery, excluding gallonage adjustments for
temperature and/or water and sediment in excess of one percent.

NON-COMPLYING PRODUCT FLASH POINT/PRICE DEDUCTION:

       When the delivered fuel oil’s flash point is found to be lower than the minimum
requirement, but not greater than six (6) degrees Fahrenheit lower than that minimum; a
deduction from the contracted price shall be taken at the rate of one-half percent (0.5%)
for every two (2) degrees Fahrenheit below the specified limit.
       Additionally, when the delivered fuel oil’s flash point is found to be lower than the
minimum requirement by greater than six (6) degrees Fahrenheit; a deduction from the
contracted price shall be taken at the rate of one percent (1.0%) for every two (2)
degrees Fahrenheit below the specified limit which is greater than six (6) degrees
Fahrenheit lower. (i.e. 10 degrees below specification limit: the deduction for the first 6
degrees Fahrenheit is 1.5%; the deduction for the next 4 degrees Fahrenheit is 2%; and
the total deduction is 3.5% for being 10 degrees Fahrenheit below the limit).

NON-COMPLYING PRODUCT WATER & SEDIMENT-CONTENT/PRICE REDUCTION:



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       When the delivered fuel oil’s water and sediment content is found to be greater
than three hundredths (0.03%) of a percent for Kerosene and No. 2 fuel oil, a deduction
from the contracted price shall be taken at the rate of (1%) for every two hundredths
(0.02%) of a percent above the specified limit. (i.e. 0.02% above limit equals a 1%


deduction; 0.04% above limit equals a 2% deduction; 0.06% above equals a 3%
deduction.)

NON-COMPLYING PRODUCT VISCOSITY/PRICE DEDUCTION:

        When the delivered fuel oil’s viscosity is found to be greater than two (2) seconds
above the specified maximum requirements, and reduction from the contracted price
shall be taken at the rate of one tenth percent (0.1%) for every two (2) seconds above
the specified limit. (i.e. 2 seconds above limit equals a .1% deduction; 4 seconds above
limit equals a .2% deduction; 6 seconds above equals a .3% deduction)

NON-COMPLYING PRODUCT SULFUR CONTENT/PRICE DEDUCTION:

      When the delivered fuel oil’s sulfur content is found to be greater than ten
hundredths (0.10%) of a percent above the specified maximum requirements for the
respective delivery area (see Attachment I elsewhere herein), a deduction from the
contracted price shall be taken at the rate of one percent (1%) for every ten hundredths
(0.10%) of a percent above the specified limit. (i.e., 0.10% above limit equals a 1%
deduction; 0.20% above limit equals a 2% deduction; 0.30% above equals a 3%
deduction.)

NON-COMPLYING PRODUCT – ASH CONTENT/PRICE DEDUCTION:

       When the delivered fuel oil’s ash content is found to be greater than two
thousandths (0.002%) of a percent above the maximum but less than two hundredths
(0.02%) of a percent above the specified maximum ash requirement, a deduction from
the contracted price shall be taken at the rate of one percent (1%) of the total price.
       When the delivered fuel oil’s ash content is found to be two hundredths (0.02%)
of a percent, or more, above the a maximum but less than four hundredths (0.04%) of a
percent above the specified maximum ash requirement, a deduction from the contracted
price shall be taken at the rate of two percent (2%) of the total price.
       When the delivered fuel oil’s ash content is found to be four hundredths (0.04%)
of a percent, or more, above the maximum but less than six hundredths (0.06%) of a
percent above the specified maximum ash requirement, a deduction from the contracted
price shall be taken at the rate of four percent (4%) of the total price.
       When the delivered fuel oil’s ash content is found to be six hundredths (0.06%) of
a percent, or more, above the specified maximum, but less than eight hundredths
(0.08%) of a percent above the specified maximum ash requirement, a deduction from
the contracted price shall be taken at the rate of six percent (6%) of the total price.

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       When the delivered fuel oil’s ash content is found to be eight hundredths (0.08%)
of a percent, or greater, above the specified maximum requirements for the ash content,
a penalty based on the contracted price shall be assessed at the rate of ten percent
(10%) of the total price of the product regardless of whether the fuel oil delivery is
removed or not removed.



        When the delivered fuel oil’s ash content is found to be greater than the
maximum allowed in Table I a deduction from the total price shall be taken as described
in the following Summary Table:


                            SUMMARY TABLE
Ash Content (%) greater     Ash Content (%) less than    Deduction (penalty) taken
than                                                     on Total Price
Spec Req.                   Spec Req.                    1.0%
+0.002%                     +0.02%
Spec Req                    Spec Req.                    2.0%
+0.02%                      +0.04%
Spec Req.                   Spec Req.                    4.0%
+0.04%                      +0.06%
Spec Req.                   Spec Req.                    6.0%
+0.06%                      +0.08%
Spec Req.                                                10.0% regardless if fuel
+0.08%                                                   removed or not


NON-COMPLYING PRODUCT BTU PER GALLON CONTENT/PRICE DEDUCTION:

      The respective grade of fuel oil provided under this bid must meet the minimum
BTU per gallon requirements for each sulfur level as described herein. If the fuel oil,
which is subject to independent testing laboratory analysis is found to be non-
conforming with these specifications pertaining to BTU per gallon levels, a penalty will
be assessed against the Contractor by adjusting the invoice as follows:

              When the product delivered contains less than the permitted minimum
BTU per gallon level, the invoice will be adjusted by dividing the actual BTU/gallon level
delivered by the minimum BTU/gallon requirement for the type of fuel oil purchased,
multiplying the quotient by the contract adjusted per gallon price at the time of delivery,
and then multiplying that figure by total gallons delivered.

              EXAMPLE: For delivery of 1.0% maximum sulfur No. 6


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                     Gallons delivered – 4,000
                     BTU/gallon per analysis – 145,000
                     BTU/gallon per specification – 147,000

                     145,000 x price/gallon x 4,000 = adjusted total product
                     147,000                           cost on invoice



NOTE: When more than the minimum BTU/gallon levels are delivered, there will be no
adjustment of price, and delivery will be considered in conformance with this provision
of the specifications relative to its BTU content.

DYE MARKER:

       All #1 and #2 fuel oil delivered shall contain a readily visible oil soluble dyestuff
(1.4-dialkylamino-anthraquinone), which is completely miscible. The dye shall ensure
that these fuel oils are identified as not acceptable for use in highway vehicle. Dying
shall be provided in accordance with State regulations and Federal Part 80 (CAA)
regulations, Section 80.29 (Fed. Reg. Pg 19538, 7 May 92), and subsequent revisions
thereafter.

ACRONYMS AND DEFINITIONS:

      ASTM: The acronym, “ASTM”, shall be used as a designation for the American
Society for Testing and Materials.

         No. 2 (#2): The symbol No. 2 and/or #2 shall be used as a grade designation for
distillate fuel oil used in domestic and small industrial burners.

UNIVERSAL DETAILS:

        All products provided shall be homogenous fuel oil or kerosene, suitable for
burner appliances, and they shall conform to the requirements of ASTM D396-98 (Fuel
Oil), ASTM D3699-98 (Kerosene), latest revision(s) thereof, or approved equivalent
method, except as listed differently elsewhere herein.
        There shall be no blending of other than pure distillates or unused residual fuel
oils for product provided via this contract.

FLASH POINT:

       The specified minimum Flash Point for Fuel Oils provided under this contract
shall be as specified in Table I elsewhere herein for the respective fuel oil being
provided. Delivered product having a flash point below that specified in Table I, but not
greater than twenty degrees Fahrenheit (20F) below that specified shall be removed

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from the entity’s tank and replaced with product conforming to specifications. The Flash
Point shall be determined using ASTM Test Method D93-00 (IP #34/85), or latest
revision thereof.

WATER AND SEDIMENT:

       The specified maximum Water & Sediment content for Fuel Oils provided under
this contract shall be as specified in Table I elsewhere herein. Delivered product having

a water & sediment content greater than the specified percent shall be adjusted in price
as specified elsewhere herein for NON-COMPLYING PRODUCT. Delivered product
having a water & sediment greater than the specified percent shall be removed from the
entity’s tank and replaced with product conforming to specifications at entity’s discretion
based on excessive filter maintenance and/or poor burner performance. The Water &
Sediment content shall be determined using ASTM Test Method D1796-97 (IP #75/82),
or latest revision thereof or approved equivalent method; or the sum of the results of
ASTM D95-99 (IP #74/84) plus (+) ASTM D473-81 (1995) e2 (IP #53/82), or latest
revision thereof, or approved equivalent method, relative to the individual characteristics
of the product being tested.

VISCOSITY:

       The specified maximum Viscosity for Fuel Oils provided under this contract shall
be as specified in Table I elsewhere within this specification. Delivered product having
a viscosity greater than that specified for the respective products shall be adjusted in
price as specified elsewhere herein for NON-COMPLYING PRODUCT. Delivered
product having a viscosity greater than the specified shall be removed from the entity’s
tank and replaced with product conforming to specifications, at entity’s discretion based
on excessive filter maintenance and/or poor burner performance. The Viscosity shall be
determined using – ASTM Test Method D445-97 (IP #71-84), latest revision thereof, or
approved equivalent method, and ASTM D2161-93 (1999)e2, conversion of Kinematic
Viscosity to Saybolt Universal Seconds (SUS) for Table 1, latest revision thereof, or
approved equivalent method, - relative to the individual characteristics of the product
being tested.
       After receiving a written request by the entity, the Contractors delivery ticket will
state the fuel’s viscosity (eSt, SUS, SFS).

NITROGEN:

       After receiving a written request by the entity, the Contractors delivery ticket will
state the nitrogen content.

SULFUR:



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       The specified maximum Sulfur content for Fuel Oils provided under this contract
shall be as defined in Table I of the detailed specifications and further modified in
“Summary of EPA Sulfur Content Requirements”. Delivered product having a Sulfur
content greater than that allowed shall be adjusted in price as specified elsewhere
herein for NON-COMPLYING PRODUCT.
       Delivered product having a sulfur content greater than that allowed by NYCRR,
Title 6 Environmental Conservation Law, Chapter III Air Resources, Subchapter A,
Subpart 225-1.2 (d) Table 2 shall be removed from the entity’s tank and replaced with
product conforming to specifications. The Sulfur content shall be determined using –
ASTM Test Method D129-00 or D4294-98 (IP #61/84), latest revision thereof, or

approved equivalent method, relative to the individual characteristics of the product
being tested.

ASH:

       The specified maximum ASH content for Fuel Oils provided under this contract
shall be one-tenth of a percent (0.10%) or five hundredths of a percent (0.05%),
maximum by weight. These respective maximum ash contents shall be as listed for an
individual product in Table I herein. Additionally, a product having an excessive ash
content shall e removed and/’or adjusted in price as specified elsewhere herein. The
Ash content shall be determined using – ASTM Test Method D482-00a (IP #4/81), latest
revision thereof or approved equivalent method, relative to the individual characteristics
of the product being tested.
       Delivered product having an ash content above the maximum by greater than
two thousandths of a percent (0.002%) above the maximum but less than one tenth of a
percent (0.10%) above the maximum shall be adjusted in price as stated elsewhere
herein for NON-COMPLYING PRODUCT. Delivered product having an ash content of
one tenth of a percent (0.10%) by weight, or greater, above the maximum specified
shall be removed from the site upon the entity’s request and the Contractor shall pay a
price penalty as stated elsewhere herein regardless of whether the fuel oil delivery is
removed or not removed. Respective ash contents shall be listed elsewhere herein.

BTU PER GALLON CONTENT:

       The specified minimum BTU PER GALLON content for Fuel Oils provided under
this contract shall be as specified in Table I elsewhere herein. Delivered product having
a BTU PER GALLON content less than the specified percent shall be adjusted in price
as specified elsewhere herein for NON-COMPLYING PRODUCT.

GENERAL:

        Fuel oils furnished shall conform to the physical and chemical requirements as
listed under Table I and to the Sulfur in Fuel limitations listed in the Environmental
Protection agency (EPA) requirement summary below:

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               SUMMARY OF EPA SULFUR CONTENT (REQUIREMENTS)
                 Sulfur in Fuel Limitation (Effective on January 1, 1988)

                                     Oil                                         Solid Fuel
                              (Maximum percent sulfur                    (Pounds of sulfur per
                        by weight – ASTM – D129 or D4294                 million BTU gross heat
                                                                         content)
Geographical Area               Residual        Distillate #2
Of the State

Otsego County                           1.50            1.50                     2.5 MAX
                                                                                 1.9 AVG**
                                                                                 1.7 AVG
                                                                                 (ANNUAL)***

**   Averages are computed for each emission source by dividing the total sulfur content by the total
     gross heat content of all solid fuel received during any consecutive three-month period.
*** Annual averages are computed for each emission source by dividing the total sulfur content by the
     total gross heat content of all solid fuel received during any consecutive 12-month period.


                                         SPECIFICATIONS

                        AUTOMATED PUMP DISPENSING SERVICE

SUBJECT: Provide unleaded and diesel fuels to Otsego County, the City of Oneonta,
and the Oneonta City School District (hereafter referred to as “Entities”) through an
automated pump dispensing service.

The County is unable to provide estimated usage for this card system. However, the
County reserves the right to participate in this bid award at the same price and terms
and condition awarded by the City and the School District.


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Price quoted shall exclude all Federal, State & local taxes.

Vendor must provide an automated pump dispensing service, operated by key or card;
one key or card to be assigned to each vehicle. Security code with each key or card to
be provided insuring that only the operator of vehicle may obtain fuel. Automated
service to be operated by vendor.

Service to be available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

At least one facility to be located within City of Oneonta, with means to utilize billing
system (other locations where fuel can be appropriately charged to account) throughout
Otsego County.

Vendor to provide clear and accessible ingress & egress to pumps.

Approximate usage:

       City of Oneonta:                   185 vehicles
                                          Annual usage: 19,000 gallons unleaded fuel
                                          Annual usage: 80,000 gallons #1 diesel fuel
                                          Annual usage: 20,000 gallons diesel fuel

       Oneonta City School District:      35-40 vehicles
                                          Annual usage: 8,000-10,000 gal unleaded fuel
                                          Annual usage: 43,000-45,000 gal diesel fuel

       Otsego County:                     unable to provide usage figures.

The Entities reserve the right to add or delete vehicles to service.

Vendor must provide source of emergency fuel, at same price, in event of pumping
station outage both during and after business hours.

Maintenance & liability of pumping station to be sole responsibility of vendor except
when Entity can be shown to be directly responsible for damage to equipment.

System to provide maximum efficiency and security.

Vendor to supply Entities with a system-generated itemized monthly usage statement,
providing, but not limited to the following:

       1. Date of fuel purchase per vehicle
       2. Vehicle #, or vehicle code #
       3. Type of fuel purchased per vehicle


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       4. Amount of fuel purchased per vehicle
       5. Odometer reading of each vehicle at time of purchase
       6. Option - statement may include miles per gallon computation per vehicle

Posted price and supplier of raw product to vendor to be stated.

Vendor to state refiner’s name.

It is the intent of the Entities to award contracts based on a fixed differential

                                             OR

In the alternative, pricing will be expressed at a fixed rate, net, per gallon, and shall
include all transportation and delivery charges fully prepaid by the vendor, FOB point of
destination for unleaded gasoline and for diesel fuel.


                              INSTRUCTIONS TO BIDDERS

                                           FUELS

All proposals must be made upon these forms. Do not detach the specifications and
Instructions to Bidders from these forms.

All Fuel Oil delivered shall conform to the New York State specifications for No. 2 Fuel
Oil as set forth by the New York State Division of Standards and Purchases.

The quantities are based on present estimates and the right is reserved to increase or
decrease the quantities according to the requirements of the entity at these or additional
facilities.

The supplier shall not permit the level of fuel oil in the storage tanks to fall below 20% of
their capacity. If the level of fuel oil falls below 20% of the capacity of the tanks, the
entities reserve the right to purchase sufficient oil on the open market to fill such tanks
and to charge any increase in the price paid, over the current price, to the supplier.

The supplier must maintain adequate facilities and personnel capable and experienced
in loading tank trucks from the storage facilities maintained by the supplier. Such
loading facilities must be available from 7:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Monday through Friday
of each week, except holidays.

A. FIRM DIFFERENTIAL BID

     Bids are to be net tank wagon price delivered to storage tanks, subject to increase
     and decrease, corresponding with the posted lowest New York Harbor tank
     consumer price on the date of delivery.



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First filling of all tanks must be made at a price no higher than the bid price per
gallon as of July 1, 2004 regardless of fluctuation in tank wagon price between
date of bid and date of delivery.

The supplier shall advise the entities immediately, in writing, of any change in the
contract price.

This bid shall be for two (2) delivery procedures:

 1.     Tanker Load
 2.     Regular truck delivery




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B. FIXED PRICE PER GALLON DELIVERED

  This bid shall be a firm price per gallon for the duration of the contract period in two
  different delivery procedures;

     1.     Tanker Load
     2.     Regular truck delivery

C. AUTOMATED PUMP DISPENSING SERVICE

     See attached Specifications for Automated Pump Dispensing Service


DELIVERY:
     OTSEGO COUNTY

     Courthouse and Old Jail Buildings

     These buildings have a combined capacity of 13,000 gallons and the
     underground tanks are within one hundred feet (100') of each other. Therefore,
     ONLY TANKER deliveries will be accepted at these locations.

     Such tanker deliveries MUST BE MADE before 8:00 a.m. and after 5:00 p.m.,
     Monday through Friday, excluding holidays.

     The Meadows

     Delivery MUST BE MADE between 7:00 a.m. and 3:00 p.m. Monday through
     Friday, excluding holidays. TANKER DELIVERY ONLY.

     Otsego Manor

     Delivery MUST BE MADE between 7:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. Monday through
     Friday, excluding holidays. TANKER DELIVERY ONLY.
     The Annex

     This building is on Automatic Delivery.

     ONEONTA SCHOOL DISTRICT LOCATIONS

     Delivery MUST BE MADE before 8:00 a.m. and after 3:30 p.m.                 TANKER
     delivery ONLY.

     CITY OF ONEONTA LOCATIONS

     Delivery MUST BE MADE between 8:00 a.m. and 3:00 p.m. Monday through
     Friday, excluding holidays.

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All proposals are to be made upon such forms provided by the Purchasing Agent
complete with specifications attached and contained in sealed envelopes addressed to
Nancy J Morton, Purchasing Agent, Co. Office Bldg., 197 Main Street, Cooperstown,
New York, 13326, or delivered to the physical location at 183 Main Street,
Cooperstown, New York and clearly marked, "FUEL/PROPANE BID."

All proposals shall be at the above address no later than 11:00 a.m. Tuesday, May 4,
2004, when there shall be a public opening and reading thereof at 183 Main Street,
Cooperstown, New York.

The attached Non-Collusion Statement must be signed and submitted with this bid.

The right to waive any informality or to reject any and all bids and/or to award this bid in
whole or in part is reserved.

The Entities may, upon written notice of ten (10) days, cancel any contract or
agreement with the supplier if the supplier fails to comply with the provisions, instruc-
tions or specifications herein stated.

The bids shall be exclusive of all Federal, State and County taxes. The Entities are
cognizant of the fact that they are each liable for the payment of the Gross Receipts Tax
and will make proper payment when due.

For the sake of uniformity in the bidding process, all vendors shall quote the per gallon
price exclusive of the Gross Receipts Tax.

                      END OF SECTION FUEL SPECIFICATIONS




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                                 SPECIFICATIONS

                       PROPANE AND PROPANE STATION


A. ONEONTA CITY SCHOOL DISTRICT BUS GARAGE – 108 Silas Lane

     The Scope of Work shall include, but is not limited to:

     1. Furnish and install two (2) one thousand (1,000) gallon LP gas tanks to run in
        tandem.

     2. Tanks must be API-ASME rated above-ground tanks.

     3. Anticipated annual fuel usage is 10,000-15,000 gallons per year.

B. CITY OF ONEONTA ANIMAL SHELTER, SILAS LANE

     The Scope of Work shall include, but is not limited to:

     1. Furnish and install ONE (1) five hundred (500) gallon LP gas tank.

     2. Tanks must be API-ASME rated above-ground storage tanks.

     3. Anticipated annual fuel usage is 2,500 gallons per year.

C. CITY OF ONEONTA, PARKS DEPARTMENT, NEAHWA PLACE

     The Scope of Work shall include, but is not limited to:

     1. Furnish and install ONE (1) one hundred (100) gallon LP gas tank.

     2. Tanks must be API-ASME rated above-ground storage tanks.

     3. Anticipated annual fuel usage is 500 gallons per year.
D. CITY OF ONEONTA AIRPORT, UPPER EAST STREET

     The Scope of Work shall include, but is not limited to:

     1. The City Oneonta owns one (1) 1,000 gallon above ground LP gas tank.

     2. Anticipated annual fuel usage is 1,000 gallons.




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D. CITY OF ONEONTA, PUBLIC SERVICE BUILDING, 76 SILAS LANE, ONEONTA,
   NEW YORK

       The Scope of Work shall include, but is not limited to:

       1. Furnish and install TWO (2) one thousand (1,000) gallon LP gas tanks.

       2. Tanks must be API-ASME rated above-ground storage tanks.

       3. Anticipated annual fuel usage is 8,500 gallons per year.

                                   SPECIFICATIONS

                         PROPANE AND PROPANE STATION
OTSEGO COUNTY


1. (A) PUBLIC SAFETY BUILDING

The Scope of Work shall include, but is not limited to:

1. Furnish and install a complete and operational LP gas storage facility (further
referred to as "Propane Station") adequate in size to maintain a minimum seven (7) day
emergency back-up supply including:

   a. API-ASME rated above-ground storage tank(s) of adequate size to supply a
minimum peak demand of 2,785,000 BTUH. Tank(s) shall be complete with concrete
foundations.

   b. All valves, regulators, safety reliefs, piping and/or other accessories required in
accordance with NFPA Standards 54 and 58 and Site Conditions to furnish and install a
complete and operational delivery system. Gas shall be delivered to the entrance of the
building at a minimum of eight inches (8") water column under all operating conditions.
   c. Anticipated annual fuel usage is 3,602,000,000 BTU or 40,000 gallons per year at
2488 BTU/CF and 36.3 CF/gallon at 60F.

2. Furnish and install all tank, valves, regulators, pumps, etc. as necessary to provide
gas to meet the requirements listed above. The existing 4" site main is stubbed up to 2'
above subgrade as shown on Sketch: Propane-1 (attached). Subgrade is 246.5.

3. The Propane Station shall be operational and ready to provide propane to the
system no later than August 1, 2004. The contractor shall coordinate with Otsego
County as necessary to fully perform the work and to energize the building systems.

4. The contractor must maintain adequate facilities on site for the duration of the
contract.

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5. The Propane Station shall remain the property of the contractor throughout the
duration of the contract.

6. The bid shall be based on price per gallon OR firm differential as described below,
which shall be entered in the appropriate location of the bid form:

   a. Lump sum price in dollars for furnishing, installing and maintaining the Propane
Station including start-up costs, as specified, shall be included in the unit price in dollars
per gallon of LP gas delivered to the Propane Station. The Unit Price listed in the bid
shall be based on the public posting at Selkirk, New York on April 15, 2004. The Unit
Price shall fluctuate with the public posting while the contractor's margin shall remain
constant throughout the duration of the contract OR bid shall be based on a fixed price
per gallon for the duration of the contract period.

       B. CENTRAL KITCHEN

       The Scope of Work shall include, but is not limited to:

       1. Furnish and install two (2) five hundred (500) gallon LP gas tanks to run in
          tandem.

       2. Tanks must be API-ASME rated above-ground tanks.

       3. Anticipated annual fuel usage is 3,900 gallons per year.

       C. THE MEADOWS

       The Scope of Work shall include, but is not limited to:

       1. Furnish and install two (2) one thousand (1,000) gallon LP gas tanks.
       2. Tanks must be API-ASME rated above-ground storage tanks.

       3. Anticipated annual fuel usage is 7,500 gallons per year.

2 . COUNTY OFFICE BUILDING - COOPERSTOWN

       The Scope of Work shall include, but is not limited to:

       1. The County owns two (2) 1,000 gallon underground tanks.

       2. Anticipated annual fuel usage is 65,000 gallons per year.

3. OTSEGO MANOR

       The Scope of the Work shall include, but is not limited to:

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       1. The County ownes six (6) 1,000 gallon underground tanks.

       2. Anticipated annual fuel usage is 128,115 gallons per year.

GENERAL CONDITIONS:

1. Deliver propane to the Propane Station and propane tanks as required for the
duration of the contract.

   a. All propane delivered shall conform with the New York State specifications for
propane as set forth by the New York State Division of Standards and Purchases.

   b. The quantities are based on present estimates and the right is reserved to
increase or decrease the quantities according to the requirements of the County.

    c. The contractor shall not permit the level of propane in the tanks to fall below 20%
of their capacity. If the level of propane falls below 20% of the capacity of the tanks, the
County, the City, and/or the City School District reserves the right to purchase sufficient
propane on the open market to fill such tanks and to charge any increase in the price
paid, over the current price, to this contractor.

2. First filling of tank(s) must be made at a price no higher than the Bid price per gallon
regardless of fluctuation in the public posting between date of proposal and date of
delivery.

3. All work shall conform to all governing codes and local authorities having jurisdiction.


4. The Bid shall be based on a price per gallon OR on a firm differential as described
below, which shall be entered in the appropriate location on the Bid form.

   a. Lump Sum price in dollars for furnishing, installing and maintaining the propane
tanks and Propane Station including start-up costs, as specified, shall be included in the
unit price in dollars per gallon of LP gas delivered to the Propane Station and propane
tanks. The Unit Price listed in the Bid shall be based on the public posting at Selkirk,
New York on May 15, 2003. The Unit Price shall fluctuate with the public posting while
the contractor's margin shall remain constant throughout the duration of the Contract.
The Contractor's firm differential shall be listed on the bid form OR the fixed price bid
per gallon for the contract period.

5. If the bid is awarded as a firm differential, the contractor shall advise the Purchasing
Agent immediately, in writing, of any increase or decrease in the contract price. Such
notice shall include the lowest public posting at Selkirk, New York, the contractor's firm
differential and the amended cost to the County.

6. The duration of this contract shall be July 1, 2004 through and including June 30,
2005.




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7. The County of Otsego may, upon written notice of ten (10) days, cancel any contract
or agreement with the contractor if the contractor fails to comply with the provisions,
instructions or specifications herein stated.

8. The County reserves the right to waive any informality or to reject any and all bids
and/or to award this bid in whole or in part.




9. The bids shall be exclusive of all Federal, State and County taxes. The entities are
    cognizant of the fact that they are liable for the payment of the Gross Receipts Tax
    and will make proper payment when due. For the sake of uniformity in the bidding
    process, the County requests all contractors bid the per gallon price exclusive of the
    Gross Receipts Tax.

10. All bidders are advised to inspect all delivery sites before bidding. No adjustments
will be made for claimed undeliverable locations after bid award.

11. The Entities reserve the right to reject any and all bids.

                   END OF SECTION PROPANE SPECIFICATIONS




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ERRORS

   In the case of a unilateral bid/proposal mistake, or error, by a Bidder/Proposer, on
   any bid/proposal, legislation allows the Bidder/Proposer to withdraw the bid/proposal
   after showing that:

   a). The mistake was known, or made known to the Purchasing Agent PRIOR to the
       awarding of the contract, or within three (3) days after the bid/proposal
       opening/receipt, whichever period is shorter;

   b). The price bid/proposed was based on an error of such magnitude that
       enforcement would be unconscionable;

   c). The bid/proposal was submitted in good faith and the Bidder/Proposer submits
       credible evidence that the mistake was a clerical error rather than a judgmental
       error;

   d). The error was actually due to an unintentional substantial mathematical error, or
       unintentional omission of a substantial quantity of work, labor, material, or
       services, made directly in the compilation of the bid/proposal. (Which error or
       omission can be shown by objective evidence drawn from certain listed
       documents); and

   e). It is possible to put the County in "status quo ante".




THE SOLE REMEDY FOR SUCH BID MISTAKE IS WITHDRAWAL OF THE
BID/PROPOSAL AND THE RETURN OF ANY SECURITY. ANY AMENDMENT OR
REFORMATION OF THE BID/PROPOSAL IS EXPRESSLY PROHIBITED.

                 EXTENSION OF BID TO POLITICAL SUBDIVISIONS

The Otsego County Board of Representatives has adopted a resolution to the effect that
it is the intent of this invitation for bid that non-Otsego County government political
subdivisions, and others authorized by law and located in the County of Otsego, may
participate in the contract awarded at the option of the vendor/contractor.

The vendor/contractor will be given a list of known agencies wanting to participate, by
the Otsego County Purchasing Agent. The vendor/contractor is also encouraged to
contact and solicit other non-Otsego County government political subdivisions to


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participate in this contract. The vendor/contractor will provide the Otsego County
Purchasing Agent with correspondence naming any authorized agency participating.

The Otsego County Purchasing Agent will furnish a list of all participating agencies to
the local office of the New York State Comptroller.

All orders placed by the ordering non-Otsego County government political subdivisions
shall be billed to, and payment made by, the ordering subdivision. All non-Otsego
County government political subdivisions are required to make payments directly to the
vendor/contractor.

Upon request, non-Otsego County government agencies must furnish the
vendor/contractor with the proper tax exemption certificate, or documentation of tax
exempt status.

All participating non-Otsego County government agencies and bidders understand,
acknowledge and agree that the sole responsibility in regard to performance of the
contract, or any obligation, covenant, condition or term thereunder by either such party
thereto, shall be borne and is expressly assumed by the participating non-Otsego
County government agency and contractors and not by Otsego County government. In
the event of a failure or breach in performance of any such contract by a non-Otsego
County government agency or contractor, the Otsego County government specifically
and expressly disclaims any and all liability for such defective performance or breach.
The eligible participating non-Otsego County government agencies and contractors
guarantee to save Otsego County government, its offices, agents and employees
harmless from any liability that may be or is imposed by the failure of either party to
perform in accordance with its obligations, covenants and the terms and conditions of
this Otsego County government centralized contract.




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                          SAMPLE COUNTY AGREEMENT

THIS AGREEMENT made this _____ day of __________, 200_, by and between the
COUNTY OF OTSEGO, a municipal corporation, having its office and principal place of
business in the Village of Cooperstown, County of Otsego, State of New York,
hereinafter referred to as COUNTY, and __________________, hereinafter referred to
as CONTRACTOR.

                                   WITNESSETH:

WHEREAS, the COUNTY,         through   it’s   Purchasing   Agent,   solicited   bids   for
_____________ ; and

WHEREAS, the CONTRACTOR herein submitted the lowest acceptable bid for
_____________; and

WHEREAS, by Resolution No. __ of 200_ duly adopted by the OTSEGO COUNTY BOARD
OF REPRESENTATIVES, on the __ day of _____, 200_, a copy of which is attached
hereto and made a part hereof, the Chairman of the OTSEGO COUNTY BOARD OF
REPRESENTATIVES was authorized to execute a contract with the CONTRACTOR for
__________________;

NOW, THEREFORE, in consideration of the mutual promises and obligations hereinafter
made, as well as other good and valuable consideration, the parties do mutually
covenant and agree as follows:

1. PURPOSE. To enter into a written contract setting forth the terms and obligations
of each of the parties __________and the consideration to be paid therefor during the
term set forth herein.

2. GOODS AND/OR SERVICES TO BE PERFORMED. The COUNTY shall acquire
from the CONTRACTOR certain goods and/or services, the same to be in accordance
with the terms and conditions of Exhibit “A” and “A-1" attached hereto and made a part
hereof.



3. TERM: (FOR SERVICES) The term of this contract shall commence on or about
__________, 200_ after receipt of “Notice to Proceed” by the COUNTY. This

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Agreement shall be completed upon the occurrence of the later of the following events:
(a) one hundred twenty (120) days from date of issue; (b) later or earlier date set
specifically in the bid document. Such later date as agreed to by the COUNTY for delay
for “good cause” shown.

4. PRICE. The COUNTY shall pay to the CONTRACTOR and the CONTRACTOR agrees
to accept as payment under the terms of this Agreement, payment as set forth at
Exhibit “B” attached.

5. STANDARD PROVISIONS. Exhibit “C” (Standard Provisions) is attached hereto
and made a part of this Agreement.

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the parties hereto have caused this Agreement to be executed
as of the day and year first above written.

                                       COUNTY OF OTSEGO

      (SEAL)                     by: _______________________
                                             Carl F Higgins, Chairman
                                             Otsego County Board of
                                             Representatives
                                       ________________________

      (SEAL)                     by: _______________________




STATE OF NEW YORK
COUNTY OF OTSEGO SS:

       On this _____ day of __________, 200_, before me personally came CARL F.
HIGGINS, to me personally known, who being me duly sworn, did depose and say that
he resides at High Street, Edmeston, New York; that he is the Chairman of the Board of
Representatives of the County of Otsego, the municipal corporation described in and
which executed the within Agreement, that he knows the seal of said corporation; that

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the seal was so affixed by authorization of the Board of Representatives; and that he
signed his name thereto by like order.

                                         _____________________________
                                         NOTARY PUBLIC
                                         Qual. in Otsego County
                                         My Comm. expires: _____________

STATE OF NEW YORK
COUNTY OF               SS:

       On this _____ day of __________, 200_, before me personally came
________________________, to me personally known, who being by me duly sworn,
did depose and say that he/she resides at ____________________________; that
he/she is the _______________________ of ********, the corporation described in
and which executed the within Agreement; that he/she knows the seal of said
corporation; that the seal was so affixed by authorization of the Board of Directors; and
that he/she signed his/her name hereto by like order.

                                         ______________________________
                                         NOTARY PUBLIC
                                         Qual. in _______________________
                                         My Comm. expires: _____________


                                      EXHIBIT A

                                SERVICES RENDERED

                              TERMS AND CONDITIONS

The CONTRACTOR agrees to provide ______ to the COUNTY in accordance with the bid
specifications and terms attached to this contract and incorporated herein and
designated as Exhibit A-1.


                                    EXHIBIT A-1

             THIS EXHIBIT WILL BE THE ENTIRE BID DOCUMENT.




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                                      EXHIBIT B

                             SCHEDULE OF PAYMENTS

The COUNTY shall pay to the CONTRACTOR and the CONTRACTOR agrees to accept as
payment under the terms of this Agreement the sums as more specifically described in
Exhibit A-1 annexed hereto and made a part hereof.


                                      EXHIBIT C

                              STANDARD PROVISIONS

1. AGENCY. This agreement in no way establishes an agency relationship between
the CONTRACTOR and COUNTY. Each party shall maintain its independence and its
separate identity. Each party shall have exclusive control of its management,
employee, staff, policies and assets. Neither party assumes any liability for the acts of
the other party.

2. ASSIGNMENT. This contract may not be assigned by the CONTRACTOR without
prior express written approval by the COUNTY. The terms of this contract shall be
binding upon the successors, heirs and assigns of the parties hereto, in the event of
approved assignment.

3. MODIFICATION. There shall be no oral modifications of this contract and any
modification or amendment of the terms of this contract shall not be binding unless
executed in writing by the parties hereto. The terms of this written agreement contain
the entire understanding between the parties and supersede any oral representations
previously made.

4. GOVERNING LAW. The terms of this contract shall be governed pursuant to the
laws of the State of New York. The goods and/or services provided shall comply with
all Federal, State and local statutes, rules and regulations.

5. RENEWAL. (If applicable) This contract may not be renewed without the prior
approval, by resolution, of the Board of Representatives of the COUNTY OF OTSEGO,
unless specifically provided for herein by authorizing resolution.

6. HOLD HARMLESS. The CONTRACTOR and the COUNTY shall hold harmless and
indemnify the other party from and against liability, loss, damage, cost and expense
which such other party may suffer from any claim, demand, suit or cause of action
which may be made or had against it by reason of the negligence or malpractice on the
part of the indemnifying party, including its agents, servants or employees.

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7. EXECUTORY CLAUSE. This Agreement shall be deemed executory only to the
extent of the monies appropriated and available for the purpose of this Agreement, and
no liability on account thereof shall be incurred by the COUNTY beyond the amount of
such monies. It is understood that neither this agreement nor any representation by
any public employee or officer create any legal or moral obligation to request,
appropriate or make available monies for the purpose of this Agreement.

8. INSURANCE. The CONTRACTOR shall maintain for the term of this contract,
general and auto liability insurance with a minimum limit of $500,000/$1,000,000. The
CONTRACTOR shall provide the COUNTY, at the time of signing this contract, a
Certificate of Insurance, naming OTSEGO COUNTY as an additional insured; which
insurance shall further state that the coverage may not be changed or canceled without
thirty (30) days prior notice to the COUNTY OF OTSEGO as an additional insured.

The CONTRACTOR shall also provide the COUNTY, at the time of signing this
Agreement, proof of Workers' Compensation coverage.

9. BINDING EFFECT.          This Agreement shall be binding upon the parties, their
successors and assigns.

10. TERMINATION. (For Service Contracts Only) This Agreement may be
terminated by the COUNTY upon 60 days notice at any time, and on 30 days notice in
the event of default in performance by the CONTRACTOR.

11. INDEMNIFICATION.              The party seeking indemnification hereunder shall
promptly notify the indemnifying party in writing of receipt of notice of commencement
of any action with respect to which a claim for indemnification is to be made hereunder.
The indemnifying party will be entitled to assume the defense of such action with
counsel reasonably acceptable to the indemnified party and after notice from the
indemnified party to the indemnified party of its election to assume the defense thereof.
The indemnifying party will not be liable to the indemnified party for any legal or other
expenses subsequently incurred by the indemnified party in connection with the
defense thereof.

12. COOPERATION BETWEEN PARTIES. Each of the parties hereto agree to
cooperate with each other to expeditiously complete the terms of this contract and to
conduct their operations in a relationship of trust and confidence, one with the other.

13. NON-DISCRIMINATION. The CONTRACTOR expressly agrees:




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       (a) that in the hiring of employees for the performance of work under this
Agreement or any subcontract hereunder, no contractor, subcontractor, nor any person
acting on behalf of such contractor or subcontractor, shall by reason of race, creed,
color, sex, age, physical disability or national origin discriminate against any citizen of
the State of New York who is qualified and available to perform the work to which the
employment relates; and

        (b) that no contractor, subcontractor, nor any person on his/her behalf shall, in
any manner, discriminate against or intimidate any employee hired for the performance
of work under this Agreement on account of race, creed, color, sex, age, physical
disability or national origin; and

        (c) that there may be deducted from the amount payable to the CONTRACTOR
by the COUNTY under this Agreement a penalty of fifty dollars for each person for each
calendar day during which such person was discriminated against or intimated in
violation of the provisions of this Agreement; and

      (d) that this Agreement may be canceled or terminated by the COUNTY, and all
moneys due or to become due hereunder may be forfeited, for a second or any
subsequent violation of this section of the Agreement.

CONTRACTOR shall comply with all rules and regulations of the Americans with
Disabilities Act (ADA).

14. CONTRACT DOCUMENTS. The Contract Documents shall consist of the
following (including their attachments and exhibits):

      This Agreement
      Addenda
      Notice to Bidder/proposers
      Instructions to Bidder/proposers
      Signed copy of Bid, with all attachments required for bidding
      Technical Specifications
      Payment and Performance Bonds
      Certificates of Insurance

       This Agreement, together with the above-named documents, which said other
Documents are as fully a part of the contract as if hereto attached or herein repeated,
forms the Contract between the parties hereto. In the event that any provision of any
attachment or other component made a part hereof is inconsistent with Exhibit C, Items
1-21, then Exhibit C, Items 1-21 shall govern except as otherwise specifically stated.



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       The COUNTY will be provided a reasonable number of copies of such of the
documents prepared by the CONTRACTOR as the COUNTY deems appropriate. The
cost of such copies shall be borne by the CONTRACTOR.

15. PROGRESS REPORTS (for service contracts only). The CONTRACTOR shall issue
progress reports to the COUNTY as the COUNTY may direct and shall immediately
inform the COUNTY in writing of any cause for delay in the performance of its
obligations under this Agreement.

16. CONFLICTS OF INTEREST. The CONTRACTOR agrees that it has no interest
and will not acquire any interest, direct or indirect, that would conflict in any manner or
degree with the performance of the services and duties hereunder. The CONTRACTOR
further agrees that, in the performance of this Agreement, no person having any such
interest shall be employed by it.

       The CONTRACTOR represents and warrants that it has not employed or retained
any person, other than a bona fide full time salaried employee working solely for the
CONTRACTOR to solicit or secure this Agreement, and that it has not paid or agreed to
pay any person (other than payments of fixed salary to a bona fide full time salaried
employee working solely for the CONTRACTOR) any fee, commission, percentage, gift
or other consideration, contingent upon or resulting from the award or making of this
Agreement. For the breach or violation of this provision without limiting any other
rights or remedies to which the COUNTY may be entitled or any civil or criminal penalty
to which any violator may be liable, the COUNTY shall have the right, in its discretion,
to terminate this Agreement without liability, and to deduct the contract price, or
otherwise to recover, the full amount of such fee, commission, percentage, gift or
consideration.

       The CONTRACTOR hereby stipulates and certifies that there is no member of the
OTSEGO COUNTY legislature or other OTSEGO COUNTY officer or employee forbidden
by law to be interested in the Agreement directly or indirectly, who will benefit
therefrom or who is a party thereto.

17. COMMERCIAL DRIVERS LICENSE. The CONTRACTOR agrees to comply with
the Federal Commercial Drivers License Drug and Alcohol Testing Program
requirements set forth in 49 CFR Parts 40 and 382.

18. MINOR CHANGES

      When ordered by the COUNTY, or the COUNTY'S representative, the
CONTRACTOR shall make minor changes in the location of the work, installation of
equipment, and other things called for in the Contract, at no additional cost to the


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COUNTY. Such minor changes shall be limited to matters that do not alter the
character, quantity or cost of the work as a whole. The COUNTY, or the COUNTY'S
representative, shall be the sole judge of what constitutes a minor change.

19.  CHANGE ORDERS AND PAYMENT OR CREDIT THEREFOR (FOR
CONSTRUCTION CONTRACTS ONLY)

       The COUNTY, without invalidating the Contract, may make changes by altering,
adding to or deducting from the work the contract sum being adjusted accordingly. All
such work shall be executed in conformity with the terms and conditions of the original
Contract, unless otherwise provided in the order for same. Any claim for extension of
time caused thereby shall be adjusted at the time of ordering such change.


      CHANGE ORDER FORM

       No instructions, either written or verbal, shall be construed as an order for
changes unless it be in the form of a Change Order, bearing the signed approval of the
COUNTY and the COUNTY'S representative and the signed acceptance of the
CONTRACTOR, except in the case of disagreement as to value of changes, when the
CONTRACTOR'S signature to the order will not be mandatory. Change Orders shall
describe or enumerate the work to be performed and state the price, if any, to be
added to or deducted from the Contract sum. If the nature of the work is such that a
change Order, as above, cannot be issued until the work has been advanced sufficiently
to obtain exact quantities, said work will be authorized in writing by the COUNTY,
and/or the COUNTY'S representative, with the accompanying statement that a Change
Order will be issued when the necessary information is at hand.

       Except as provided in the above paragraph, no change shall be made, unless in
pursuance of a Change Order, and no claim for an addition to the Contract sum shall be
valid unless so ordered. If the CONTRACTOR believes that any instructions, by drawing
or otherwise, involves extra cost under his/her Contract, he/she shall give the COUNTY
written notice thereof and await instructions before proceeding to execute such work.

      VALUE OF CHANGE

     The value of any change shall be determined by one or more of the following
methods and in the following order:

             A. By prices specifically named in the specifications or proposals.




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             B. By acceptance of agreed unit prices based on estimated cost plus
             overhead and profit as applicable.

             C. By estimate of the actual cost of labor and materials plus overhead
             and profit, cost to be determined as the work progresses.

             D. By actual cost of labor and materials plus overhead and profit, cost to
             be determined as the work progresses.

             E. By estimate of the value as deductible from the approved detailed
                   estimate.

      OVERHEAD

       Overhead shall be defined as an allowance to compensate for all costs, charges
and expenses, direct or indirect, except for the actual cost of labor and material as
defined by the following paragraph. Overhead shall be considered to include, but not
be limited to insurance (other than as mentioned in the following paragraph), bond or
bonds, field and office supervisors and assistants above the level of foreperson, use of
small tools and minor equipment, incidental job burdens, general office expense, etc.

      LABOR AND MATERIAL COST

       Actual cost of labor and material shall be defined as the amount paid for the
following items, to the extent determined reasonable and necessary.

             A. Cost of materials delivered to the job site for incorporation into the
             Contract work.

             B. Wage paid to workers and forepersons and wage supplements paid to
             labor organizations in accordance with current labor agreements.

             C. Premiums or taxes paid by the Contractor for Worker's Compensation
             Insurance, unemployment insurance, FICA tax and other payroll
             taxes as required by law, net of actual and anticipated refunds and
             rebates.

             D. Sales tax paid as required by law.

             E. Allowance for use of construction equipment (exclusive of hand tools
             and minor equipment), as approved for use by the COUNTY or the
             COUNTY’S representative. The rate on self-owned equipment used for


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             periods of under one week will be the Associate Equipment Distributor’s
             published monthly rate divided by 22 days to establish a daily rate and
             divided again by eight hours to establish an hourly rate. Equipment used
             for periods of 5 days or more will be billed at a rate equal to 45% of the
             published monthly rate. Self-owned equipment is defined to include
             equipment rented from controlled or affiliated companies.          Rented
             equipment will be paid for at the actual rental cost. Gasoline, oil and
             grease required for operation and maintenance will be paid for at the
             actual cost. When, in the opinion of the CONTRACTOR, and as approved
             by the COUNTY or the COUNTY’S representative, suitable equipment is
             not available on the site, the moving of said equipment to and from the
             site will be paid for at actual cost.

             F. When the material furnished under item (A) is used material, it's value
             shall be pro-rated to the value of new material, but should be no
             more than it's cost. When, in the opinion of the COUNTY or the
             COUNTY'S representative, the salvage value of salvageable
             material furnished under item (A) exceeds the cost of salvage, a
             suitable credit shall be given the COUNTY.

      VALUE

      Regardless of the method used to determine the value of any change, the
CONTRACTOR will be required to submit evidence satisfactory to the COUNTY to
substantiate each and every item that constitutes his/her proposal of the value of the
change. The amounts allowable for overhead and profit shall not exceed the applicable
percentages as established in the two following paragraphs.




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       If the work is done directly by the CONTRACTOR, overhead in an amount of 10%
may be added if method B, C or D is used, and to the cost of the labor and materials
plus overhead there may be added 10% for profit. The percentages for overhead and
profit may vary according to the nature, extent and complexity of the work involved,
but in no case shall exceed the percentages set forth in this paragraph and in the
following paragraph. No percentages for overhead and profit will be allowed on payroll
taxes or on the premium portion of overtime pay.

        If the work is done by a sub-contractor, sub-contractor's overhead in the amount
of 5% may be added to cost of labor and materials if method B, C or D is used and to
the cost of labor and materials plus overhead there may be added 10% for the sub-
contractor's profit. To this amount there may be added 10% for the sub-contractor's
profit. To this amount there may be added 10% for the CONTRACTOR'S combined
overhead and profit. No percentage for overhead and profit will be allowed on payroll
taxes or on the premium portion of overtime pay. However, to the extent that the
aggregate dollar value of changes under a contract exceeds $75,000, the 10%
overhead applied to total costs of labor and materials incurred by the prime
CONTRACTOR shall be reduced to 5%, and the combined overhead and profit of 10%
applied to sub-contact billings shall be reduced to 5%. In addition, on all individual
Change Orders in excess of $75,000, the overhead shall be no more than 5% of the
total actual cost of labor and materials incurred by the prime CONTRACTOR, and the
combined prime CONTRACTOR'S overhead and profit allowance applied to sub-contract
billings shall be no more than 5%.

      The COUNTY shall determine by which of the forgoing methods the value of any
changes shall be computed.

       Any and all requests for payment to be made, including any request for partial
payment made in proportion to the work completed, shall be submitted by the
CONTRACTOR on properly executed claim forms of the COUNTY and paid only after
approval by the COUNTY. All payments shall be subject to a 5% retainage which shall
be held by the COUNTY until released as provided herein. In no event shall final
payment or release of retainage be made to the CONTRACTOR prior to completion of all
services, the submission of reports and the approval of same by the COUNTY.

     Except as otherwise expressly stated in this Agreement, no payment shall be
made by the COUNTY to the CONTRACTOR for out of pocket expenses or


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disbursements made in connection with the services rendered or the work to be
performed hereunder.

       Prior to the making of any payments hereunder, the COUNTY may, at its option,
audit such books and records of the CONTRACTOR as are reasonably pertinent to this
Agreement to substantiate the basis for payment. The COUNTY will not withhold
payment pursuant to this paragraph for more than thirty (30) days after payment would
otherwise be due pursuant to the provisions of this paragraph, but the COUNTY shall
not be restricted from withholding payment for cause found in the course of such audit
or because of failure of the CONTRACTOR to cooperate with such audit. The COUNTY
shall, in addition, have the right to audit such books and records subsequent to
payment, if such audit is commenced within one year following termination of this
Agreement.

20. CORRECTION OF WORK

      Any materials, plant or equipment delivered to the site for use in the work which
may be disapproved by the COUNTY, or the COUNTY'S representative, as unsuitable or
not in keeping with the specifications shall be immediately removed by the
CONTRACTOR from the site.

       If any portion of the work is damaged in any way, or if defects or faults develop
before the Inspection at Substantial Completion and issuance of a Certificate of
Substantial Completion, or before the expiration of the 12-month guarantee period, the
CONTRACTOR shall repair, replace or otherwise make good the damage or defects to
the satisfaction of the COUNTY, or the COUNTY'S representative, regardless of whether
the work may have previously passed the specified inspections and tests. No additional
payment will be made for such remedial work.

       Failure on the part of the COUNTY, or the COUNTY'S representative, to condemn
defective work shall not imply acceptance of the work, nor act to release the
CONTRACTOR from his/her obligations to repair, replace or otherwise make good the
work at his/her own expense, notwithstanding that such work may have been
estimated for payment or that partial or full payments may have been made therefor.




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21. SUBMISSIONS

       All original records compiled by the CONTRACTOR in completing the work
described in this Agreement, including but not limited to written reports, studies,
drawings, blueprints, negatives of photographs, computer printouts, graphs, charts,
plans, specifications and all similar recorded data, shall become and remain the
property of the COUNTY. The CONTRACTOR may retain copies of such record for its
own use.

22. PRODUCTS AND MATERIALS

    CONTRACTOR shall certify, in writing to the COUNTY, that all products and
materials used are asbestos free.

                               END OF EXHIBIT C




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County:                  __________________________________

Department/Location:     __________________________________

Contractor Name:         __________________________________

Contractor Representative
      Name:        __________________________________

Briefing Conducted by:   __________________________________

Title:                   __________________________________

Date:                    ____________


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