Tuesday, November 21, 2017

Columbia Borough Announces Request for Proposals for River Park

Columbia Borough has announced a Request for Proposals regarding the Columbia River Park Phase III Master Site Development Plan.


The cover page reads as follows:

The Borough Council of the Borough of Columbia, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, is accepting proposals for a one-time contract to perform certain professional (consulting) services work for the Borough of Columbia involving the development of a Master Site Development Plan for an approximately 10-acre expansion (Phase III)
of Columbia River Park, Columbia Borough.
Attached is information relating to
submitting a proposal including specific requirements, the organization of the proposal, proposal evaluation criteria, and the proposed contract.

Sealed proposals must be received by the Borough of Columbia at 308 Locust Street, Columbia, PA 17512, no later than January 15, 2018 at 2:00 PM EST. If mailed, the proposal should be addressed to:

Columbia River Park Advisory Committee
c/o Rebecca Secrist Denlinger
Columbia Borough
308 South Locust Street
Columbia, PA 17512

A pre-bid meeting to discuss the project scope of work will be held at 5:00 PM on December 21, 2017 at Columbia Crossing River Trails Center, 41 Walnut Street, Columbia, PA 17512.

For additional information, please contact:

Rebecca Denlinger
Rising Tide Collaborative, LLC
717-468-8222
rsd@risingtidecollaborative.com

[The full document can be accessed HERE.]

8 comments:

  1. this is extremely confusing

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  2. where is the money coming from?

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  3. I agree where is the money for this project when Locust St looks terrible

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  4. where do YOU think the money is coming from??? every taxpaying homeowner in this Borough. didn't you hear that we have money trees? borough council thinks so. $70,000.00 for the biglers bs that SHOULD have been dealt with 10 years ago. $13,000.00 foir a study on where tomove the Borough offices and police station. UNACCEPTABLE

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  5. what exactly "is the project " ? , - this is not a well defined "request" by any stretch of the imagination. Please enlighten me, I am totally dumbfounded.

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  6. It's from a DCNR grant already received.

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  7. then why did the tax payer pay 4000 for pa system and 20000 for a cement slab under the building

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  8. A consultant puts out an RFP for a consultant? What is going on here? Isn't that what Rebecca Denlinger was hired to do? No wonder the borough needs more office space, there's so many feeding at the trough now.

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