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PA Bulletin, Doc. No. 98-46



Request for Bids

[28 Pa.B. 117]

   In the event that the Turnpike Commission (Commission) does not exercise its option to renew existing purchase orders, the Commission will solicit bid proposals for selected commodities during the months as shown. Bid Proposal Forms and Conditions may be obtained, free of charge, by communicating with the Purchasing Bid Clerk, (717) 939-9551, Ext. 2830, no later than the 15th day of the month preceding the month shown for the solicitation. Please refer to the Commodity Description.

January Traffic Cones
Stone, Sand and Gravel
Bituminous Asphalt Material
Guiderail Panels, Posts and Accessories
February Poly Fiber Crack/Joint Sealant
March Paint--Structural/Decorator
Unleaded Gasoline
Cleaning Septic Tanks
Signs, Roadway Traffic and Special
April Lubrication Oils and Grease
Snow Plow Blade Cutting Edges
Fine Paper
Computer Stock Paper
May Fusees (Flares)
Anti-Skid Material
June Heating Fuel and Kerosene
Liquid Calcium
Sodium Chloride (Bulk)
Diesel Fuel

   Interested parties not now on the Mailing List may obtain the necessary documents by contacting:

   Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission
Attention: Purchasing Department
P. O. Box 67676
Harrisburg, PA 17106
(717) 939-9551, Ext. 2830


[Pa.B. Doc. No. 98-46. Filed for public inspection January 2, 1998, 9:00 a.m.]

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