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Invitation to Bid on Cemetery Mowing

Invitation to Bid

 Bid Number: 19-02

 

The Town of Chase City will receive sealed bids for cemetery lawn maintenance at Woodland Cemetery in Chase City (located between E. Sycamore Street, Cemetery Road, and Fairgrounds Road).

The project includes:

  • · Even and consistent mowing of the cemetery grounds, as needed, generally on a weekly basis.
  • · Trimming around each headstone, fence line, building, and other landscaping, as needed, generally on a weekly basis. Blowing grass clipping off of headstones, as needed.
  • · Brush, leaf and debris removal, as needed.

Depending on weather, there may be weeks that the grounds do not need to be maintained.

Work to be completed during the mowing season, generally mid-March – October.

Mowing may not be completed during funeral services. Contractor to receive at least two days notice of planned funerals. Mowing may not be completed on Sunday.

The successful bidder shall provide all labor, materials, and equipment necessary to maintain the grounds of the cemetery. Bidder to maintain insurance up to $1,000,000, listing Town of Chase City as additional insured.

Bid Closing Date and Time: Sealed bids must be received at Chase City Town Hall, 319 N. Main Street, Chase City, VA 23924 no later than 3:00 PM on Friday, February 8, 2019. Faxed or e-mailed bids will NOT be accepted.

Bid Opening Information: Bids will be publicly opened and read aloud at 3:15 PM on Friday, February 8, 2019 in the Municipal Building, 319 N. Main Street, Chase City, Virginia.

Bid Inclusion: Please submit bid on form found at document Invitation to Bid for Cemetery Mowing (28 KB) . Include proof of insurance and three references for whom you have conducted similar work.

 

The Town of Chase City reserves the right to accept or reject any or all bids.

 

 

 

 

 

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Help Shape the Future of Chase City!

The Town of Chase City is in the process of updating its comprehensive plan which provides the framework used to make decisions regarding the physical, social, economic, and environmental development of the community. Your input will help us determine our vision for the Town as well as  the long-term goals and actions for the Town. 

Please take a few minutes to give us your thoughts. 

You can complete the survey on-line here. Once you are done, hit submit and we will automatically get your results. Or, if you prefer, you can pick up a written copy to fill out at Town Hall.

Thank you! 

PLEASE ONLY ANSWER THIS SURVEY ONCE - EITHER ON-LINE OR IN WRITING!!!

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In the 1920s and 1930s, if you lived in Franklin County, most likely you were in involved in the county's biggest industry — making illegal whiskey or moonshine. The proliferation of stills prompted then-Deputy Prohibition Commissioner N.C. Alexander to note that of the 30,000 people living in Franklin County at the time, 29,999 were "mixed up directly or indirectly in the whiskey business."

Franklin County was known during Prohibition as "the wettest county in America."

Eighty years later, the grandson of one Franklin County's moonshiners, Robert Bondurant of Chase City, is carrying on the family legacy by making moonshine in a still pot handed down through the family. That's where Robert's ties to the past ends.

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TV’s American Pickers visit roller mill

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The men were at the Southside Roller Mill on East 3rd Street in downtown Chase City.

They weren't visiting to look at the Mill, which was recently named to Preservation Virginia's list of most endangered sites. Instead, the scouts came to sort through the treasures that Mill owner Harry Click has collected and assembled over the years, only some of which are housed at the Mill.

For those who are unfamiliar with the show that airs on the History Channel, it is about two expert antique hunters, Mike Wolfe and Frank Fritz, who travel the country looking for what the show's website calls "hidden gems."

It is also about the quirky characters with amazing stories to tell who the two men meet as they travel around in their pickup truck.

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