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					                      PLAINFIELD COMMUNITY CONSOLIDATED SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 202
                                           Plainfield, Illinois

                                                        June 16, 2005

                                             Invitation to Bid - APPLIANCES

Plainfield Community Consolidated School District No. 202 is receiving sealed bids for the purchase of APPLIANCES for
Charles Reed Elementary School, 2110 Clublands Parkway, Plainfield, IL 60544, Liberty Elementary School, 1401
Essington Road, Bolingbrook, IL 60490, and Plainfield North High School, 12005 S. 248th Avenue, Plainfield, IL
60544. Sealed bids are due on Friday, July 1, 2005 at 10:30 a.m. at which time they will be publicly opened and read aloud.
Sealed bids are to be submitted to:

                                Plainfield Community Consolidated School District No. 202
                                               Attention: Eric Trimberger
                                                  15732 Howard Street
                                                Plainfield, Illinois 60544

Bids must be clearly marked: " APPLIANCES BID”

The bid opening will take place at the Plainfield Community Consolidated School District 202 Administration Center, 15732
Howard St., Plainfield, Illinois, 60544, at the time stated above.

Attached are the following:

1.       EXHIBIT A, Bid Conditions and Specifications, composed of 4 pages.

2.       EXHIBIT B, Bid Forms, 1 page signature form and 1 page bid form.

3.       EXHIBIT C, Statement of Ethics, composed of 1 page.

4.       EXHIBIT D, Deviations, composed of 1 page.

5.       EXHIBIT E, Sexual Harassment Certification, composed of 1 page.

6.       EXHIBIT F, Certificate of Eligibility to Enter into Public Contracts, composed of 1 page.

7.       EXHIBIT G, Prevailing Wage rates for Will County, composed of 2 pages

The District looks forward to your participation in this bid.

Sincerely,




Eric Trimberger
Director of Finance
                                                EXHIBIT A – APPLIANCES

These specifications are for the purchase and delivery of APPLIANCES for Charles Reed Elementary School,
2110 Clublands Parkway, Plainfield, IL 60544, Liberty Elementary School, 1401 Essington
Road, Bolingbrook, IL 60490 and Plainfield North High School, 12005 S. 248th Avenue,
Plainfield, IL 60544..
CONDITIONS OF BIDDING

1.       PROPOSAL FORMS: Bids shall be submitted only on the forms provided. The bidder shall retain one (1) copy for
         his files and submit one (1) copy signed and in a sealed envelope marked " APPLIANCES”.

2.       LATE BIDS: Formal bids, amendments thereto, or requests for withdrawal of bids received by the District after the
         time specified for bid opening will not be considered.

3.       WITHDRAWAL OF BIDS: A written request for the withdrawal of a bid, or any part thereof, may be granted if the
         request is received by the District prior to the specified time of opening.

4.       COMPLETENESS: All information required by the Invitation to Bid must be supplied to constitute a proper bid.

5.       BIDS BINDING THIRTY (60) DAYS: Unless otherwise specified all formal bids submitted shall be binding for
         sixty (60) calendar days following bid opening date, unless the bidder(s), upon the request of the District, agree to an
         extension.

6.       CONDITIONAL BIDS: Qualified bids are subject to rejection in whole or in part.

7.       AUTHORITY TO ACT AS AGENT: Upon request, the bidder will provide proof to the District that the signatory on
         the proposal form has the authority to bind the bidder to the price(s) quoted.

8.       ERRORS IN BIDS: When an error is made in extending total prices the unit bid price will govern. Carelessness in
         quoting prices, or in preparation of bid otherwise, will not relieve bidder. Erasures or changes in bids must be
         initialed.

9.       QUESTIONS RE: SPECIFICATIONS: Questions, inquiries or notices concerning the substance of the contract
         documents must be submitted by email to bids@learningcommunity202.org no later than June 23, 2005.
         Responses, if any, to questions, inquiries, or notices will be handled in substantially the same manner as addenda. If
         there is a problem corresponding by email, bidders are to contact the District at 815-577-4000.

         Bidders are responsible for informing themselves about all aspects of the work/supplies/equipment and the contract
         documents and for informing the School District through a request for interpretation of any ambiguity, error,
         omission or discrepancy perceived by the bidder. Errors made by the bidder in completing and submitting a bid will
         not be a basis for withdrawal of or release from the bid once opened.

10.      RESPONSE TO INVITATIONS: In the event you cannot submit a bid on our requirements, please return all forms
         in an envelope clearly marked “NO BID” with an explanation as to why you are unable to bid on these requirements.

11.      ADDENDA: Addenda in connection with the bidding of this work/supplies/equipment may be issued by the School
         District by public posting at the Administrative Center, 15732 Howard St., Plainfield, IL 60544 and by posting on the
         District’s web site http://www.learningcommunity202.org and by email to those interested bidders who have
         requested notice of addenda in writing addressed to:

                                 Plainfield Community Consolidated School District #202
                                               Attention: Eric Trimberger
                                                  15732 Howard Street
                                                Plainfield, Illinois 60544

Addenda will not be issued after June 27, 2005. It is the responsibility of the bidder to determine whether addenda have been
issued by the School District. Lack of knowledge of addenda will not be grounds for a bidder to withdraw a bid after the bid
opening or to fail to enter into the contract after the award of the bid.


                                                            AWARD

1.       AWARD OR REJECTION OF BIDS: The contract will be awarded to the lowest responsible bidder complying with
         all the provisions of the Invitation, provided that in the judgement of the District, the bid price is acceptable and in the
         best interests of the District. The District reserves the right to reject any or all bids received whenever such rejection
         is in the interest of the District.

         Special consideration in awarding the contract will be given to the bidder who has the personnel, facilities,
         equipment, financial resources, and time to perform the services required under this contract.

2.       NOTICE OF ACCEPTANCE: A written award (or Acceptance of Bid) mailed (or otherwise furnished) to the
         successful Bidder with the time for acceptance specified in the Invitation to Bid shall be deemed to result in a binding
         contract without further action by either party.

                                                  CONTRACT PROVISIONS

1.       SUBLETTING CONTRACT: It is mutually understood and agreed that the Contractor shall not assign, transfer,
         convey, sublet, or otherwise dispose of its contract or its right, title or interest therein, or its power to execute such
         contract, to any other person, firm or corporation, without the previous written consent of the District, but in no case
         shall such consent relieve the Contractor from its obligation, or change the terms of the Contract.

2.       NON-DISCRIMINATION: No Contractor who is the recipient of the District's funds, or proposes to perform any
         work or furnish any goods under this agreement shall discriminate against any worker, employee or applicant or any
         member of the public because of religion, race, sex, color, or national origin, nor otherwise commit an unfair
         employment practice. Contractor further agrees that this article will be incorporated by the Contractor in all contracts
         entered into with suppliers of materials or services, contractors and subcontractors and all labor organizations,
         furnishing skilled, unskilled, and craft union skilled labor, or who may perform any such labor or services in
         connection with this contract. The Contractor and all subcontractors employed under the contract shall comply with
         all applicable provisions of the Illinois Human Rights Act (775 ILCS 5/1-10).

3.       PREVAILING WAGE: It is hereby stipulated that all laborers, workers and mechanics performing work under the
         Contract shall not be paid less than the prevailing wage as found by the Illinois Department of Labor or the Board of
         Education, and that Contractor and all Subcontractors and Sub-subcontractors shall in all other respects comply with
         the Prevailing Wage Law, Ill. Rev. Stat. 1985, Ch. 48, Section 39S-1 et. seq. in carrying out the work under the
         Contract. The rates for Will County are provided in Exhibit G.

         If, during the course of work under this contract, the Department of Labor revises the prevailing rate of hourly wages
         to be paid under this contract for any trade or occupation, Owner will notify Contractor and each Subcontractor of the
         change in the prevailing wage of hourly wages. Contractor shall have the sole responsibility and duty to ensure that
         the revised prevailing rate of hourly wages is paid by Contractor and all Subcontractors to each worker to whom a
         revised rate is applicable. Revisions of the prevailing wages as set forth above shall not result in an increase in the
         bid sum.

4.       COLLUSIVE BIDDING: The bidder certifies that its bid is made without any previous understanding, agreement or
         connection with any person, firm, or corporation making a bid for the same project, and is in all respects fair, without
         outside control, collusion, fraud, or otherwise illegal action.

5.       IDENTICAL BIDDING - EXECUTIVE ORDER NO. 10946: All identical bids submitted to the District as a result
         of advertised procurement for materials, supplies, equipment, or services exceeding $2,500.00 in total amount shall,
         at the discretion of the District, be reported to the Attorney General of the United States in accordance with Form DJ-
         1510 and the Presidential Order dated April 24, 1961 for possible violation and enforcement of antitrust laws.
                             GENERAL CONDITIONS AND INSTRUCTIONS TO BIDDERS

1.        The successful bidder(s) will be awarded a contract for the purchase and delivery of APPLIANCES on a per item
          basis for the Plainfield Community Consolidated School District, Plainfield, Illinois as specified on the bid form
          attached hereto and marked Exhibit B. The District reserves the right to reject all bids on some item(s) and still
          award bids for other items.

2.        The submission of a bid by the Vendor will be construed as an indication that they are fully informed as to the extent
          and character of the supplies, materials, or equipment required and can furnish the same satisfactorily in compliance
          with the specifications.

                                                       CANCELLATION

In the event that the Vendor at any time fails to comply with any of the terms or conditions set forth in this agreement, or
should the District determine that the Vendor is in any other way unfit, unqualified, or unable to perform, the District shall give
ten (10) days notice in writing to the said Contractor. In the event the Vendor does not remedy such failures within ten (10)
days from the receipt of such notice the agreement may be terminated.

Furthermore, if the District must contract the service of others because of failure of the Vendor to provide such services under
this contract, the Vendor shall assume all costs incurred by the District.

                                              CONTRACTOR NOT AN AGENT

The Contractor shall not be held or deemed in any way to be an agent, employee, or official of the District, but rather an
independent contractor furnishing services for the District.

                              RESPONSIBILITY FOR EQUIPMENT/MATERIALS SHIPPED

The Contractor shall be responsible for the equipment or supplies covered by this contract until they are delivered at the
designated point, but the Contractor shall bear all risk on rejected equipment and supplies after notice of rejection. Rejected
APPLIANCES must be removed by and at the expense of the Contractor promptly after notification of rejection.

Upon failure to do so within ten (10) days after date of notification, the District may return the rejected equipment or supplies
to the Contractor at his risk and expense, or dispose of them as its own property.

                                                         INSPECTIONS

Inspection and acceptance of APPLIANCES will be made after delivery. Final inspection shall be conclusive except as regards
to latent defects, fraud, or such gross mistakes as amount to fraud. Final inspection and acceptance or rejection of the materials
or supplies will be made as promptly as practicable, but failure to inspect or accept or reject materials or supplies shall not
impose liability on the District for such materials or supplies as are not in accordance with the specifications. All delivered
materials shall be accepted subject to inspection and physical count.

                                                   GENERAL GUARANTY

The Contractor agrees to:

a.        Save the District, its agents and employees harmless from liability of any nature or kind for the use of any
          copyrighted or uncopyrighted composition, secret process, patented or unpatented, invention, article or appliance
          furnished or used in the performance of the contract which the Contractor is not the patentee, assignee, licensee or
          owner.

b.        Protect the District against latent defective material or workmanship and to repair or replace any damages or marring
          occasioned in transport or delivery.

c.        Pay for all permits, licenses and fees and file all notices and comply with all laws, ordinances, rules and regulations of
          the Village of Plainfield, Will or Kendall County and the State of Illinois.
                                                 PLACING OF ORDERS

A purchase order will be executed and released by the District upon approval by the Board of Education.




                                             OTHER BID REQUIREMENTS

1.       Base Rate: Vendors are to indicate total costs based on the materials/equipment including freight, to be provided.

2.       Delivery: The delivery of the APPLIANCES must be coordinated and scheduled with John Fay at (815) 439-5452
         once the bid has been awarded. Any deliveries that are not scheduled will be denied at no charge to the district.
         Tailgate delivery of all items will be made to Charles Reed Elementary School, 2110 Clublands Parkway,
         Plainfield 60544, Liberty Elementary School, 1401 Essington Road, Bolingbrook, 60490, Plainfield North
         High School, 12005 S. 248th Avenue, Plainfield, IL 60544. Delivery cannot occur until construction of the school
         is finished in mid-August, 2005. Tentative delivery is scheduled for August 16, 2005.

3.       Complete Bid: The bid proposals presented must include all costs associated with purchase of the products
         indicated. The winning bidder will not be reimbursed beyond the amount indicated on the bid form(s).

4.       Warranty: Describe warranty for each item.

5.       Questions Regarding Bids: Any questions should be processed pursuant to the "CONDITIONS OF
         BIDDING".

6.       Alternate Bids: Alternate bids will be reviewed except where the bid indicates no substitutes. Bidders submitting
         alternate appliances must submit specifications for the product bid.

7.       Awarding of Bid: Bid will be awarded on a per item basis. If multiple products are bidded, the District will award to
         the lowest bidder of the item the District chooses.
                                              EXHIBT B – BID DOCUMENTS


                       PLAINFIELD COMMUNITY CONSOLIDATED SCHOOL DISTRICT #202
                                      PURCHASE OF APPLIANCES

After having read all the bid conditions and specifications and understanding the same, I hereby submit the following bid for
the purchase and delivery of APPLIANCES for Charles Reed Elementary School, 2110 Clublands Parkway, Plainfield
60544 and Liberty Elementary School, 1401 Essington Road, Bolingbrook, 60490, and Plainfield North High
School, 12005 S. 248th Avenue, Plainfield, IL 60544.in accordance with said bid conditions and specifications.

                                  NOTE: UNSIGNED BIDS WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED

The undersigned Contractor declares that he has examined and familiarized himself with the Contract Documents itemized in
the Table of Contents, dated June 16, 2005. In making this proposal, the undersigned waives all right to plead any
misunderstanding of the Contract Documents and agrees to perform all of the work required herein. If this bid is accepted, the
undersigned offers and agrees to furnish all services upon which prices are quoted, at the price and times stated, and subject to
all conditions recorded on this proposal.

SIGNED FOR THE FIRM:

BY:                                                        DATE:      _____________________________________

TITLE:                                                               FIRM NAME: _________________________________

PHONE:                                                     ADDRESS: ____________________________________

FAX:
_____________________________________
                                                     Appliances Bid Form June 16, 2005


Price Includes Delivery and Full Installation
Please Include additional connectors, etc needed for installation in your price
Quantities listed are a reasonable estimate of quantities needed. Final quantities are expected to change.
                                                                 Charles            Plainfield
                                                                 Reed Liberty       North

                                                                                          Unit               Installation   Total
Item        Description                     Model              Quantity Quantity Quantity Price              Price          Price

Washer       Maytag                         SAV3655AWW                             1
Dryer        Maytag                         SDG3606AWW                             1
Refrigerator Frigidaire with ice maker      GLRT13AW    2               2          4
Refrigerator Frigidaire without ice maker   GLRT13AW                               1
Refrigerator Danby Compact 6 cubic ft       DCR34W      1               1          2
Freezer      Frigidaire                     FFU2124DW                              1
Gas Range Hot Point                         RGB745WEHWW                            6
Dishwasher Frigidaire portable              FDP750RCS                              1
Dishwasher Frigidaire                       FDB750                                 1
Microwave GE                                JE2160WF    1               1          9
Cooktop      GE                             KGP328WEJWW                            1
                               EXHIBIT C – STATEMENT OF ETHICS CERTIFICATION


By submission of this bid or proposal, the bidder certifies that:

1.       This bid or proposal has been independently arrived at without collusion with any other bidder or with any
         competitor.

2.       This bid or proposal has not been knowingly disclosed and will not be knowingly disclosed, prior to the opening of
         bids, or proposals for this project, to any other bidder, competitor or potential competitor.

3.       No attempt has been made or will be made to induce any other person, partnership or corporation to submit or not to
         submit a bid or proposal.

4.       Bidder has not been convicted of price fixing nor pleaded “no contest” to such charges within the last five (5) years.

5.       Bidder is not a subsidiary of a company that has been convicted of price fixing nor pleaded “no contest” to such
         charges within the last five years.




                                                                    Name of Firm

                                                                    _________________________________________
                                                                    Signature                             Date

                                                                    _________________________________________
                                                                    Title
                                            EXHIBIT D – DEVIATIONS FORM


In the event that the undersigned Bidder intends to deviate from the specifications, all such deviations are listed hereon, with
complete and detailed specifications and information being also attached. In the absence of any entry on the Deviations Form,
the Bidder assures the District of their FULL compliance with the specifications and conditions. Any deviations indicated must
be approved by the District.

               THIS FORM MUST BE SIGNED EVEN BY THOSE NOT PLANNING DEVIATIONS.




SUBMITTED FOR CONSIDERATION BY:                            ________________________________________________
                                                           Firm

                                                           ________________________________________________
                                                           Signature and Title
                               EXHIBIT E - SEXUAL HARASSMENT CERTIFICATION



_____________________________________________________, having submitted a bid/proposal for APPLIANCES to

Plainfield Community Consolidated School District #202, hereby certifies that said Contractor has a written sexual harassment

policy in place in full compliance with 775 ILCS 5/2-105 (A) (4).




                                                         By: ___________________________________________
                                                         Authorized Agent of Contractor




Subscribed and sworn to
before me this
day of                ,
20____.


________________________________________
  Notary Public

My commission expires: ____________________
              EXHIBIT F - CERTIFICATION OF ELIGIBILITY TO ENTER INTO PUBLIC CONTRACTS

                             IMPORTANT: THIS CERTIFICATION MUST BE EXECUTED


I, _________________________________________________________, being first duly sworn certify and say that I am

____________________________________________________ , ("sole owner"/"partner"/"president"/or other proper title)

of ___________________________________________________, the Prime Contractor submitting this bid/proposal and that

the Prime Contractor is not barred from contracting with any unit of state or local government as a result of a violation of either

Section 33E-3, or 33E-4 of the Illinois Criminal Code, or of any similar offense of "bid-rigging" or "bid-rotating" of any State

or of the United States.




                                                  ____________________________________________________
                                                  Signature of person making certification


SUBSCRIBED AND SWORN to
before me this
day of            ,
20____.


_______________________________________
  Notary Public

My commission expires: ___________________
                          EXHIBIT G – PREVAILING WAGE RATES


Will County Prevailing Wage for June 2005
Trade Name             RG TYP C   Base     FRMAN *M-F>8   OSA   OSH   H/W     Pensn    Vac    Trng
====================   == === =   ======   ====== =====   ===   ===   =====   =====   =====   =====
ASBESTOS ABT-GEN          ALL     29.000   29.750 1.5     1.5   2.0   6.310   3.440   0.000   0.170
ASBESTOS ABT-MEC          BLD     23.300   24.800 1.5     1.5   2.0   3.640   5.520   0.000   0.000
BOILERMAKER               BLD     36.820   40.140 2.0     2.0   2.0   6.920   6.260   0.000   0.210
BRICK MASON               BLD     32.050   35.260 1.5     1.5   2.0   5.650   6.340   0.000   0.440
CARPENTER                 ALL     33.650   37.020 2.0     2.0   2.0   4.650   8.760   0.000   0.490
CEMENT MASON              ALL     32.400   33.650 2.0     2.0   2.0   5.200   7.780   0.000   0.050
CERAMIC TILE FNSHER       BLD     25.450    0.000 2.0     1.5   2.0   5.000   4.350   0.000   0.100
COMMUNICATION TECH        BLD     28.220   29.720 1.5     1.5   2.0   6.760   8.650   0.000   0.280
ELECTRIC PWR EQMT OP      ALL     33.950   39.550 1.5     1.5   2.0   6.570   8.120   0.000   0.170
ELECTRIC PWR GRNDMAN      ALL     26.480   39.550 1.5     1.5   2.0   5.130   6.330   0.000   0.140
ELECTRIC PWR LINEMAN      ALL     33.950   39.550 1.5     1.5   2.0   6.570   8.120   0.000   0.170
ELECTRICIAN               BLD     34.010   37.070 1.5     1.5   2.0   6.260   10.11   0.000   0.340
ELEVATOR CONSTRUCTOR      BLD     38.995   43.870 2.0     2.0   2.0   7.275   3.420   2.340   0.370
GLAZIER                   BLD     30.000   31.000 1.5     2.0   2.0   6.090   8.450   0.000   0.500
HT/FROST INSULATOR        BLD     31.650   33.400 1.5     1.5   2.0   7.260   8.360   0.000   0.230
IRON WORKER            N ALL      29.650   30.650 2.0     2.0   2.0   6.440   12.92   0.000   0.450
IRON WORKER            S ALL      28.500   31.350 2.0     2.0   2.0   6.020   10.49   0.000   0.050
LABORER                   ALL     29.000   29.750 1.5     1.5   2.0   6.310   3.440   0.000   0.170
LATHER                    ALL     33.650   37.020 2.0     2.0   2.0   4.650   8.760   0.000   0.490
MACHINIST                 BLD     34.540   36.290 2.0     2.0   2.0   3.200   4.100   2.380   0.000
MARBLE FINISHERS          ALL     25.050    0.000 1.5     1.5   2.0   5.220   6.340   0.000   0.570
MARBLE MASON              BLD     32.050   35.260 1.5     1.5   2.0   5.650   6.340   0.000   0.570
MILLWRIGHT                ALL     33.650   37.020 2.0     2.0   2.0   4.650   8.760   0.000   0.490
OPERATING ENGINEER        BLD 1   37.600   41.600 2.0     2.0   2.0   6.050   4.850   1.800   0.600
OPERATING ENGINEER        BLD 2   36.300   41.600 2.0     2.0   2.0   6.050   4.850   1.800   0.600
OPERATING ENGINEER        BLD 3   33.750   41.600 2.0     2.0   2.0   6.050   4.850   1.800   0.600
OPERATING ENGINEER        BLD 4   32.000   41.600 2.0     2.0   2.0   6.050   4.850   1.800   0.600
OPERATING ENGINEER        FLT 1   42.700   42.700 1.5     1.5   2.0   6.050   4.850   1.800   0.000
OPERATING ENGINEER        FLT 2   41.200   42.700 1.5     1.5   2.0   6.050   4.850   1.800   0.000
OPERATING ENGINEER        FLT 3   36.650   42.700 1.5     1.5   2.0   6.050   4.850   1.800   0.000
OPERATING ENGINEER        FLT 4   30.500   42.700 1.5     1.5   2.0   6.050   4.850   1.800   0.000
OPERATING ENGINEER        HWY 1   35.800   39.800 1.5     1.5   2.0   6.050   4.850   1.800   0.600
OPERATING ENGINEER        HWY 2   35.250   39.800 1.5     1.5   2.0   6.050   4.850   1.800   0.600
OPERATING ENGINEER        HWY 3   33.200   39.800 1.5     1.5   2.0   6.050   4.850   1.800   0.600
OPERATING ENGINEER        HWY 4   31.800   39.800 1.5     1.5   2.0   6.050   4.850   1.800   0.600
OPERATING ENGINEER        HWY 5   30.600   39.800 1.5     1.5   2.0   6.050   4.850   1.800   0.600
PAINTER                   ALL     32.100   36.110 1.5     1.5   2.0   5.550   4.900   0.000   0.340
PAINTER SIGNS             BLD     25.150   28.240 1.5     1.5   1.5   2.600   2.010   0.000   0.000
PILEDRIVER                ALL     33.650   37.020 2.0     2.0   2.0   4.650   8.760   0.000   0.490
PIPEFITTER                BLD     35.000   37.000 1.5     1.5   2.0   6.410   5.600   0.000   0.650
PLASTERER                 BLD     31.000   32.500 1.5     1.5   2.0   5.240   6.100   0.000   0.400
PLUMBER                   BLD     35.000   37.000 1.5     1.5   2.0   4.600   7.490   0.000   0.520
ROOFER                    BLD     31.950   33.950 1.5     1.5   2.0   5.470   2.950   0.000   0.330
SHEETMETAL WORKER         BLD     33.680   35.680 1.5     1.5   2.0   5.950   6.840   0.000   0.540
SPRINKLER FITTER          BLD     34.500   36.500 1.5     1.5   2.0   7.000   5.550   0.000   0.500
STONE MASON               BLD     32.050   35.260 1.5     1.5   2.0   5.650   6.340   0.000   0.440
TERRAZZO FINISHER         BLD     26.200    0.000 1.5     1.5   2.0   5.750   4.750   0.000   0.220
TERRAZZO MASON            BLD     30.050   32.550 1.5     1.5   2.0   5.750   6.150   0.000   0.120
TILE MASON                BLD     31.000   34.000 2.0     1.5   2.0   5.000   5.350   0.000   0.180
TRAFFIC SAFETY WRKR       HWY     22.800   24.400 1.5     1.5   2.0   3.078   1.875   0.000   0.000
TRUCK DRIVER              ALL 1   32.040   32.590 1.5     1.5   2.0   5.830   3.680   0.000   0.000
TRUCK DRIVER              ALL 2   32.190   32.590 1.5     1.5   2.0   5.830   3.680   0.000   0.000
TRUCK DRIVER              ALL 3   32.390   32.590 1.5     1.5   2.0   5.830   3.680   0.000   0.000
TRUCK DRIVER              ALL 4   32.590   32.590 1.5     1.5   2.0   5.830   3.680   0.000   0.000
TUCKPOINTER               BLD     33.500   34.500 1.5     1.5   2.0   4.210   5.840   0.000   0.400
Legend:

M-F>8 (Overtime is required for any hour greater than 8 worked
each day, Monday through Friday.
OSA (Overtime is required for every hour worked on Saturday)
OSH (Overtime is required for every hour worked on Sunday and
Holidays)
H/W (Health & Welfare Insurance)
Pensn (Pension)
Vac (Vacation)

				
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