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Request for Proposal – Banking Services for Line of Credit Provider

Town of Halifax, Virginia

Request for Proposal – Banking Services for Line of Credit Provider

Closing Date: July 24, 2015 at 5:00 PM EDT

All proposals must be received by the closing date and time to be considered.

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One (1) original and (4) copies

of each proposal shall be mailed or delivered to:

Town of Halifax

Town Treasurer

70 South Main Street

Post Office Box 627

Halifax, Virginia 24558

The intent of this Request for Proposal is to contract with a single banking institution to provide The Town of Halifax, Virginia ("the Town"), a political subdivision of the Commonwealth of Virginia, a Line of Credit with annual renewal terms and conditions. The Line of Credit will be used for the purchase of products and services related to specific projects which will be repaid with monthly installments and under the terms of the agreement. The agreement will stipulate fees and costs (if any) associated with the unused portion (balance) as well as the interest rate on the borrowed amount. Interest rate calculation methodology (fixed or variable) shall be clearly identified and described as part of the terms set forth in the agreement. The Town is seeking a Line of Credit with the following attributes:

• $250,000 Line of Credit

• The Line of Credit will be available for borrowing, re-paying, or re-borrowing until the maturity date

• The Line of Credit will be unsecured.

The banking services shall be provided for an initial period of three years beginning approximately August 31, 2015.

The Town of Halifax reserves the right to award this contract in part or in whole as deemed in the best interest of the Town.

One (1) original and four (4) copies of the proposal must be submitted in a sealed envelope/package marked

"Request for Proposal-Banking Services/Line of Credit Provider Contract for the Town of Halifax, Virginia". No fax proposals will be accepted.

The Halifax Town Council Finance Committee will make recommendations using an evaluation process of its choosing and reserves the right to make the determination of reasonable offers and to waive informalities and/or irregularities and to accept or reject any or all offers. Proposals shall be as thorough and detailed as possible so that the Town may properly evaluate the capabilities of the offeror to provide the required services.

All inquiries for information regarding procurement procedures, selection criteria, proposal submission requirements, or other fiscal/administrative concerns shall be directed to:

Carl Espy, IV Halifax Town Manager

Post Office Box 627

70 South Main Street

Halifax, Virginia 24558

E-mail This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Phone: 434-476-2343

Fax: 434-476-6344

Southside Master Gardeners Aug 8th Perennial Display

 

 

 

Master Gardener Second Saturday in August

By Laverne Fuller

The Master Gardener Second Saturdays series at the Halifax Farmer's Market continues on August 8 from 8 to 11 a.m. with a 9:30 demonstration on how to divide perennials.  Perennials are a mainstay of the landscape in that they come back year after year.  You can Google native Virginia perennials to find varieties that are suited to our soils and weather conditions.  Once a perennial bed is established, little maintenance is required to keep the area beautiful.

After a few years, you may notice that the blooms on your perennials are getting smaller or the plant gets thinner in the center.  This is a sure sign that the plants roots are crowded and need some attention.  Perennials can be divided in several ways.  The entire plant can be dug up and the roots separated into multiple plants to be replanted.  Another method is to use a shovel and to dig into the root ball of the plant and remove some of it.  Either way provides more space for the roots to spread out and gives you happier, healthier plants.  You can establish new beds or share the extras with friends and neighbors.

Join the Master Gardeners at the Halifax Farmer's Market on August 8 to learn more about maintaining a beautiful landscape.  As always, vendors will be at the Market with local goods.  In celebration of National Farmers Market Week the Market will have kids activities, corn hole toss, refreshments, grilling demo, free soy tea-light candles, free homemade laundry soap samples (1 per customer), other vendor samples and free recipes.  At 10 am Naturally Artistic Dog Grooming will offer free dog grooming and dog obedience training.  The great vendor basket raffle, which will be set up next to market entrance, will be filled with vendor goodies and will be raffled off.  The raffle tickets will be $1 each with all proceeds going to the Halifax County Humane Society.  For more information about the Master Gardener program, call the Halifax Extension Office at 434-476-2147, visit the website at www.ssmga.org or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

 

Join the Southside Master Gardeners at the Halifax Farmers Market for

a special demo at 9:30 dividing this beautiful Japanese Iris, a great

plant for the perennial border.

July 4th Holiday Schedule

                      TOWN OF HALIFAX, VIRGINIA

Sanitation & Recycling Department

 

IMPORTANT PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENT

 

EFFECTIVE WEEK OF JULY 4TH HOLIDAY

 

To All Town of Halifax Customers:

Halifax Town Hall will be closed on Friday July 3rd in observance of Independence Day. Please be aware that the Town of Halifax Solid Waste Department will conduct its solid waste pick-up and curbside recycling on the regular schedule.

  1. Monday June 29 – Residents normally served on this day will have solid waste picked up. This area includes  Mountain Road, Canterbury Drive, Woodview Road, Mimosa Drive, Oak Lane, Pine Road, Ash Street, Cedar Lane, Poplar Lane, Crawford Road, Academy Street, Ballpark Loop (within corporate limits), Craddock Street, Houston Street and Main Street (from Mountain Road south to the RR Tracks).
  2. Tuesday June 30 – Residents normally served on this day will have solid waste picked up. This area includes properties along US Hwy 501 south from the RR Tracks to the corporate limits, Spencer Lane, Golf Course Road, Brook Run, Cowford Road, Meadow Drive, Banister Road, Gatha’s Trail and Ballou Trail.
  3. Wednesday July 1 – The Town of Halifax Solid Waste Department will conduct its regular weekly curbside recycling on this day.
  4. Thursday July 2 - Residents normally served on this day will have solid waste picked up. This area includes Maple Avenue, Buena Vista Drive, Park Lane, Lakeside Drive, Harding Street, Snead Lane, Cary Street, Elam Street, Hedderly Street, Jackson Street, Back Street, Main Street (from Mountain Road north on US Hwy 501 and east on VA Hwy 360 to the corporate limits).
  5. Friday July 3 – The Town of Halifax will be closed for the July 4th holiday.

Guidelines for Preparing Curbside Recyclables

(follow thoroughly & do not co-mingle trash items or service may be suspended)

Metals -- Aluminum Cans (rinsed if possible)            Plastics -- Milk, soda, water bottles, detergent    

Metal Cans (rinsed - labels may be left on)                jugs (look for #1 & #2 on bottom) rinse, remove caps            

Newspaper -- Clean and dry                                                 Cardboard -- Flatten boxes, no waxed cardboard, (anything in the newspaper when you                             remove plastic bags, styrofoam or packing “peanuts”

receive it can be recycled)

Mixed Paper -- Junk mail, cereal boxes,                  Glass -- clear, green & brown; EMPTIED, RINSED, LIDS magazines, phone books, etc.                                       REMOVED, NO BROKEN GLASS-in plastic bag on top

Eat Smart. Move More Campaign

 

7th Annual Grand Opening at Town of Halifax Farmers Market

 

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