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County advertises for bid - Wilkshire Hills WWTP Headworks Improvements

January 17, 2019

Sealed Bids for the construction of the Wilkshire Hills WWTP Headworks Improvements for the Tuscarawas County Commissioners will be received by the Board of Tuscarawas County Commissioners at 125 East High Avenue, New Philadelphia, Ohio 44663 until 3:30 PM, local time, February 13, 2019 and at that time and place will be publicly opened and read.

The work for which Bids are invited consists of the furnishing of all materials and labor for the installation of a mechanically cleaned fine bar screen into the existing raw sewage pump station building, and demolition of the existing screen building.

The estimated construction cost for the base bid is $483,000.00.

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A new dawn, a new day, a New Year

A new dawn, a new day, a New Year

January 01, 2019

January. 2019.

A brand new year, a brand new day — clean and shiny, spotless and gleaming, hopeful and exciting. Untouched and unspoiled, like a present that has just been unwrapped. A time to look back on (and learn from) the mistakes of the previous year, and look forward with hope and resolution to the new days ahead. And as we celebrate, and hope, and resolve, and plan, we do so along with people all over the world, and down through the ages. In fact, people have been celebrating the beginning of the new year for over 4,000 years. So, who first celebrated New Year's Day? Why do we celebrate on Jan 1? 

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