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Regional Energy Services Specialist

The Iowa Association of Municipal Utilities (IAMU) is currently seeking a member-focused, innovative, and results-oriented Regional Energy Services Specialist. The ideal candidate would have experience in and knowledge of the electric and natural gas utility industries.  

The Regional Energy Services Specialist will serve as a regional energy services resource for IAMU’s 137 municipal electric utilities and 51 municipal natural gas utilities, with a focus on those in underserved and rural communities. Representative responsibilities include:

  • Develop, implement and administer programs, policies and practices:
    • To promote the use of cost effective energy efficiency programs targeted at decreasing customer costs;
    • To increase utility and utility customers’ energy and energy efficiency knowledge;
    • To encourage the expansion, diversification, and efficient use of energy resources, incentives, and programs;
    • To increase participant enrollment into the Iowa Public Building Benchmarking;
    • To increase the cost effective use of renewable energy;
  • Assist members in the analysis of current rates and rate structures and design rates structures that fairly recoup costs of service;
  • Educate member utilities about customer owned distributed generation and interconnection best practices;
  • Provide training to member utility staff and governing bodies to improve the long-term viability of gas and electric distribution systems.

The preferred candidate would have a bachelor’s degree in engineering or other related field, or equivalent experience. Experience in energy efficiency programs, renewable energy, or rate design would be beneficial. The successful candidate will a self-starter capable of managing multiple projects at once and have excellent written & verbal communications skills.

 

The Energy Services Specialist is required to work collaboratively across functional areas in order to serve the needs of IAMU’s members. In-state travel including overnight stays will be required although it varies in terms of frequencies, length and geography throughout the year. Most weeks will require some travel to member locations, but will not necessarily be overnight trips. Usually this position will schedule travel well in advance of the travel day. The position will most likely be located and office out of the IAMU facility in Ankeny Iowa, although we would consider allowing this position to work remotely from within the state if service to the members would not suffer and the expenses would not be significantly increased.


IAMU represents 541 municipal water utilities, 137 municipal electric utilities, 51 natural gas utilities and 25 broadband utilities statewide, and maintains a marketing relationship with a large number of associate member businesses.

IAMU offers a competitive benefits package including paid vacation, paid sick leave, 401k (with a company provided 6% contribution) and health, dental and vision insurance. Salary will be commensurate with experience. Candidates should submit a cover letter including salary expectations and resume via email only to IAMU’s Executive Director, Troy DeJoode at recruiter@iamu.org. IAMU will accept resumes until 4:30 p.m. Friday January 12, 2018 and may discard late resumes or applications without review. Interviews may begin immediately. Please submit questions about this posting to the same email. IAMU is an Equal Opportunity Employer and a Drug Free Workplace.

Posted 12-14-17


Executive Director

The South Dakota Association of Rural Water Systems (SDARWS) is seeking its next Executive Director - a leader with high integrity, transparent and open communications, and the ability to enthusiastically convey the organization's vision to staff, members, constituents and vendors.

SDARWS exists to promote the growth and development of rural water throughout South Dakota, and to manage the association's daily operations. The Executive Director will participate in legislative and rule-making activities at the state and federal levels, will oversee public relations, association development, member services, and will provide direct supervision and support of association staff. The Executive Director will report directly to the Board of Directors of the South Dakota Association of Rural Water Systems and NRWA.

Responsibilities include:

Leadership

  • Serve as chief lobbyist and public relations contact; act in the interest of and at the direction of the Board
  • Maintain awareness of activities on state and federal levels that affect Association business
  • Attend water policy board meetings, DENR, BWM, Summer Study Committees, other water association meetings, and special water meetings as they develop
  • Identify, assess and inform the Board about internal and external issues that affect the Association
  • Continually build, activate, engage, refresh and communicate with the Board of Directors, including acting as a professional advisor to the Board on all aspects of the Association’s activities
  • Continually build, activate engage and effectively communicate with the Association members
  • Oversee the effectiveness and evaluation of the Association’s mission-related activities
  • Plan, coordinate, and perform lobbying activities at the federal, state, and local levels as needed
  • Oversee the production of the SERVICE LINERIPPLES, QUALITY ON TAP, and ENEWS
  • Write articles, prepare speeches, and make presentations at state and federal levels

Financial

  • Develop federal, state and local funding mechanisms for construction and expansion of SDARWS
  • Search for and develop new funding sources for the Association; work to expand existing sources
  • Oversee and coordinate all programs so they meet specific goals and objectives of the Association
  • Coordinate the development of the Association to meet the expanding needs of its members
  • Identify potential Association members, and promote Association membership

Member and Staff Development 

  • Promote the use of Association resources by its members
  • Manage the technical assistance and training activities of the organization
  • Review and evaluate the assistance and training offered by the Association
  • Promote the development of new programs to meet expanding needs and requests
  • Work in coordination with Rural Water Systems to develop group insurance policies to meet system needs
  • Evaluate the services, and the quality of service, which Association members receive

Operations Management

  • Manage all office operations; coordinate the activities of the office, technical, and supervisory staff to ensure implementation and completion of Association activities directed by the Board
  • Along with the Board, maintain financial transparency and stability of the Association and exercise strong stewardship of resources: ensure that bookkeeping and accounting standards are met by the Association; administer funds according to the approved budget and monitor case flow on a monthly basis
  • Create an effective, enjoyable, and results-oriented working environment for employees
  • Hire, train, and supervise a competent staff. Provide reviews, feedback, and coaching as needed
  • Execute appropriate leases, contracts and agreements to provide for Association office space, and for the proper care, cleaning, and repair of office and field equipment
  • Conduct staff meetings as necessary; establish scheduled reporting procedures for all staff
  • Document activities and report to SDARWS Board of Directors as required
  • Provide SDARWS and NRWA with a budget, work plan and an annual Operating Plan

Compensation and Benefits:

Salary Range: $90,000 to $115,000 depending on experience.

The SDARWS offers an excellent benefits package. Benefits include health care, HSA, defined pension plan, short and long-term disability, life insurance, as well as paid vacations, holidays and sick time.

Qualifications and Requirements include:

  • Education: Bachelor’s Degree
  • Management Experience: 5 or more years preferred
  • Leadership Skills: must include transparency and high integrity
  • Financial: solid, hands-on, budget management skills, including preparation, analysis, decision-making and reporting
  • Funding: Knowledge of funding strategies and member relations
  • Organizational: strong abilities including planning, delegating, program development and task facilitation
  • Vision: able to convey the vision of SDARWS’s strategic future to staff, board, constituents/members and vendors.
  • Board: skills to collaborate with and motivate board members and legislative contacts
  • Communications: strong written and verbal communication skills; strong listening skills also required
  • Staff Development and Oversight: demonstrated ability to oversee and collaborate with staff
  • Public Speaking: strong public speaking ability required
  • Self-Starter
  • Strong relationship management skills
  • Technology: must be proficient with normal industry and office software and equipment

To apply: https://jobs.ourcareerpages.com/jobapplication/287051

https://vizi.vizirecruiter.com/South-Dakota-Association-of-Rural-Water-Systems-1422/4900/index.html

For more information, contact:

Dan Oakland, HR Consultant
Alternative HRD, 2329 N Career Avenue, Ste 201, Sioux Falls, SD 57107
605.335.8198
doakland@alternativehrd.com

Posted 12-15-17


Safety & Training Specialist - Junior to Experienced/Supervisory

Muscatine Power and Water, has an IMMEDIATE opening for a Safety & Training Specialist, a KEY role with VITAL responsibilities.  Junior level to experienced professionals will be considered for this exciting and challenging opportunity.  Working closely with the Manager, Safety & Training, this position works to secure and maintain the safety values that the Utility sees as an utmost priority. This position plays an influential part in providing utility wide education, including training, auditing, and compliance.

Associate’s Degree in Safety or Business, or an equivalent of education and related experience is preferred. Prospective candidates should have working knowledge of federal and state safety regulations, as well as have demonstrated the ability to give small/large group presentations, and have proven project management skills.

Competitive salary, excellent benefits, including pension and deferred compensation! Great work environment and a great opportunity! Don’t miss out, email your resume and salary requirements to tphillips@mpw.org or apply at www.mpw.org/careers TODAY!

Pre-employment physical, drug test and background check is required.

EOE M/F/D/V

Posted 12-5-17


Administrative Assistant I-III (Customer Service)

Muscatine Power and Water is seeking an Administrative Assistant to support Customer Services.

Responsibilities include:

  • Greet the public promptly in a polite manner and direct to the proper department, following established Utility security policies including identity verification. Answer customer’s inquiries related to light bulb exchange, rebate applications, or other general topics as appropriate. Manage the customer flow in the lobby.
  • Assist with submitting customer’s bills to the Utility’s online bill payment and presentment company, including the review and approval of the bills after initial processing.
  • Prepare all correspondence for the Customer Services department or other departments as assigned. This includes collection and deposit letters, credit references, meter reading requests, etc., and may be accomplished using various interfaces with the billing system and report writers.
  • Support the Outside Services Supervisor with data entry of readings and the creation of service orders and customer correspondence as it relates to meter routines/exchanges, fourth month estimates, etc.

Associate’s Degree preferred; combination of education and experience will be considered. Ideal candidate will be proficient in Microsoft Word and Excel at an intermediate level, particularly with mail merge. Strong customer relations skills, including the ability to influence or defuse a situation is preferred.

If you’re looking for a challenging career opportunity in an ever-changing industry, consider MP&W! Visit our Careers page at www.mpw.org for more information about this Engineering career opportunity at MP&W and to apply.

Pre-employment physical, drug screen, and background check required.

EOE M/F/D/V

Posted 12-1-17


Public Works Employee

The City of Dysart is accepting applications for a public works employee.  Must have or be able to obtain CDL and be able to lift 50 pounds.  Water and wastewater experience a plus.  Post-offer physical and drug test required.  Application and job description available at Dysart City Hall or at www.cityofdysartia.com.  Deadline for applications is 4:00 PM on Friday, December 15, 2017.  Please submit applications to City Hall, 601 Wilson Street, PO Box 686, Dysart, IA  52224, or via email to dysart@fctc.coop.  For further information, please contact City Hall at 319-476-5690.

Posted 12-1-17


Water/Wastewater Operator

The City of Forest City, Iowa (pop 4150) is accepting applications for the position of Water/Wastewater Operator. Must be HS grad or have GED.  Experience in operating and maintaining water & wastewater facilities, distribution and collection systems desired.  Requires Minimum Grade I Iowa Water, Water Distribution and Wastewater Treatment certifications or ability to secure same within 1 yr.  Must have or acquire within 30 days a valid Class B CDL with tanker endorsement.

Please submit letter of application, resume, and City application for employment (www.cityofforestcity.com) to:  City of Forest City, Attn: Personnel, P.O. Box 346, Forest City, IA 50436 by December 15, 2017.  AA/EOE/ADA

Posted 11-29-17


Street Laborer

The City of Belmond seeks candidates for a street laborer position.  The successful candidate must have a valid driver’s license and be able to test for state certifications for level one water and wastewater technician. Knowledge of large equipment preferred. Full position description can be picked up at City Hall.  Starting wage is $16.23 with increases after 6 months and certifications; includes IPERS and health insurance benefits. The position does not have regular overtime but some will be available in winter and include weekends.  Applicants must be 18 years or older, work well with all ages and be in good standing in the community. Starting wage is $16.23 with increase after 6 months and certifications. Send your resume to City Hall, 112 Second Avenue NE, Belmond, Iowa 50421. Position open until filled; first review of applications on December 13, 2017.

Posted 11-27-17


Journeyman Substation Technician

Muscatine Power and Water has an immediate opening for a Journeyman Substation Technician. Primary responsibilities include performing weekly and monthly routine substation inspections, maintenance and repair on a variety of breakers, transformers, control systems and traffic controls, as well as reading substation meters. Qualified candidate will perform substation construction, including installation of new equipment and full inspection of contract work. Will conduct high voltage underground cable testing and locating, as well as troubleshooting and repair of miscellaneous electrical systems.

Ideal candidate must have a strong working knowledge of electricity, electronics, and electrical circuits. Good mechanical aptitude with ability to read and interpret technical manuals and schematic diagrams required. Class A Commercial Driver’s License (CDL) or ability to obtain within 6 months, and compliance with MP&W’s Residency Policy required.

Muscatine Power & Water offers a competitive salary of $37.65 per hour for Journeymen, comprehensive benefits package, stable work environment and exceptional working conditions. If you meet the requirements of this position and wish to be considered for employment, please submit an application or confidential resume and salary requirements to tphillips@mpw.org. EOE M/F/D/V Pre-employment physical, drug screen, and background check required.

Posted 11-22-17


Utilities Director

The Public Utilities Commission (PUC) of New Ulm, MN (pop. 13,500) is currently seeking a full-time Utilities Director who will be responsible to plan, organize, and direct the operations of our five utility divisions: electric production, electric distribution, natural gas, water/steam, and wastewater treatment.  Our utility, with an annual budget of 42M, requires demonstrated leadership, organizational, communication, and personnel management skills, as well as familiarity with the technologies associated with the utilities industry.  A Bachelor’s degree in business administration, public administration, engineering, or a closely related field and extensive supervisory and managerial background in government or public or private sector utility environment are required.  This position provides a compensation range of $99,840 to $121,472 and a competitive benefit program.  You must apply online by visiting our website at http://www.ci.new-ulm.mn.us/.  Please call 507-359-8236 with any questions.  Application deadline is 4:00 PM on December 26th.   EOE

Posted 11-22-17


Waste Water Treatment Plant (WWTP) Operations Supervisor

$29.19-$40.87.

This position will assist the Wastewater Treatment Plant Superintendent to lead a skilled team of 25-28 personnel. Included are Operations, Maintenance, Laboratory, FOG and Pretreatment.  This position is responsible for all functions of a 23 MGD Advanced Activated Sludge (MLE) Wastewater Facility and will directly oversee 5-8 personnel who are tasked with the critical functions of operating and maintaining the facility. The person hired will be responsible for the operation budget of approximately $7 million with a large capital improvement program. Within the next 2 years approximately $33 million is planned to be spent on the facility which includes a Renewable Fuels Project. We are committed to continue to explore beneficial reuse options that include recovery of Carbon Dioxide and Phosphorous. We are also exploring the addition of a satellite facility to serve a growing region. The person selected will help guide final design and provide oversight of the Renewable Fuels project which will generate significant amounts of revenue for the utility. The ideal candidate will be in possession of a Grade IV Wastewater Operators Certificate or proof that you will qualify to take the Iowa Grade IV exam within eighteen months of hire.

Applications will be taken until position filled.

For complete job description, qualifications and application visit our website www.sioux-city.org.

Posted 11-22-17


Public Works Superintendent

The City of Carlisle, Iowa (2016 Est. Pop. 4,249) is seeking a Public Works Superintendent to provide direction over the Carlisle Public Works (water, sewer, streets) Department. This position reports to the City Administrator. The Public Works Superintendent performs a variety of duties as set forth by law and the City Council to oversee construction and maintenance of transportation, water, and sewer services within the City. The Superintendent oversees the water/sewer, and street department staff. The successful candidate shall have a bachelor’s degree in public administration, civil engineering or other related field, or at least five years of increasingly responsible professional experience in a public works related experience. Must have a minimum of a Grade 2 certification in water treatment, water distribution and wastewater treatment, or the ability to obtain such certification within an agreed upon timeframe. Candidates subject to pre-employment physical, drug testing, criminal history, background check and be bondable. Annual salary range $65,000 to $70,000. Please submit cover letter, resume and three references to: Andrew J. Lent, City Administrator, City of Carlisle, PO Box 430, Carlisle, IA 50047 Position open until filled. First review of submittals on December 15, 2017. City of Carlisle is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Posted 11-22-17


Electric Superintendent

City of Pocahontas, IA (pop. 1,789).  Progressive community located in NW Iowa.  Candidates for the Electric Superintendent position will receive preferred status with journeyman status and electrical knowledge in underground and overhead installation for primary and secondary systems.  Preferred candidate will be a graduate of a technical school and experience with the operation of diesel generation equipment.  Experience in the administration / management of a municipal utility or similar will be considered a plus as well as experience in diesel generation, operation and/or maintenance. An Iowa Class B CDL with air brake endorsement within 30 days of hire.  A pre-employment physical and drug screen is required.  Residency within the city’s electric service territory is required.  Equal Opportunity Employer. 

Pocahontas Municipal Utilities offers competitive wages based on experience and skill level, an excellent benefits package that includes a vacation and sick leave package, and health insurance. Salary will commensurate with experience and qualifications.

Send cover letter, resume, and three references to:

City Administrator
City of Pocahontas
PO Box 69
Pocahontas, IA  50574

Posted 11-15-17


City Clerk

The City of Villisca is accepting applications/resumes for a CITY CLERK.  This full-time position reports to the City Council.  This individual is accountable for the administration of policy and the day-to-day operations of the City of Villisca, Iowa.

Duties require accuracy, confidentiality, independent judgment and proficiency.  Job requires BA degree in public administration, accounting, finance, business administration OR five years of experience in a related field.  Salary dependent on qualifications.

Full job description and applications are available at City Hall or can be downloaded at www.cityofvillisca.com.  Please submit applications to: City Hall ATTN: Mayor Halda at 318 S. 3rd Avenue Villisca, IA 50864 or email to: villcity@myfmtc.com. 

The City of Villisca is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer

Posted 11-7-17


Senior Financial Analyst

Muscatine Power and Water has an immediate opening for a Sr. Financial Analyst to develop integrated revenue/expense analyses, projections, reports, and presentations; create and analyze monthly, quarterly, and annual reports; and ensure integrity of financial information through appropriate internal control procedures. 

This position will routinely confer with members of senior management regarding operational assessments and opportunities.  This position is responsible to research, select, compile, and analyze financial data to produce business information, to advise/support decisions for business operations, recommend or develop efficient use of resources and procedures, provide strategic recommendations and maintain solutions to business and financial problems. Other duties include:   supervise the activities of Accounting personnel, management and support of budget and projections activities, assist in cash flow analysis and cash investment recommendations, and monitor and support taxation issues, payroll, property, sales & use, etc.

Bachelor degree in accounting required.  Minimum 5 years accounting experience with progressive responsibility; public utility or governmental experience preferred. 

For more information on this rewarding opportunity, and to apply, visit our Careers page at www.mpw.org or send cover letter, resume, and salary expectations to tphillips@mpw.org.   

Pre-employment physical, drug screen, and background check required.

EOE M/F/D/V

Posted 11-2-17


Administrative Assistant

Muscatine Power and Water is NOW HIRING for an Administrative Assistant in our Supply Chain Department, an EXCITING role with UNLIMITED possibilities!

 

A day in the shoes of an Administrative Assistant in Supply Chain at MP&W includes performing diverse secretarial duties and administrative functions requiring confidentiality, initiative and sound decision-making.  You will be in charge of ensuring effective record keeping of the procurement log, performing purchase order reviews, and taking pictures of contractors and visitors as needed.  Relying on excellent organizational skills and the ability to effectively handle multiple priorities is an absolute requirement.  You will need to adapt procedures, processes and techniques to the completion of assignments and ensure that they are in line with the department's activities and goals. Additionally, you will exercise your independent judgment, escalating serious or unique problems to higher levels.  Your level of knowledge in the MS Office Suite will need to be proficient in this position.

 

Full of learning opportunities and the ability to make this position your own.  Does this sound like the kind of work day you would like to have? Apply today at www.mpw.org/careers or send resumes to tphillips@mpw.org. Competitive salary, excellent benefits, great company!

 

EOE M/F/D/V

Posted 11-2-17


General Manager

The City of Creston Water Works is seeking a General Manager who is responsible for supervision, coordination and performance of the Water Works facilities, employees and equipment. The General Manager will be under the administrative direction of the City of Creston Water Works Board of Trustees.  The General Manager will plan, develop, coordinate and organize effective operation of all water works functions within the City of Creston, which includes financial, maintenance, operating and comprehensive planning for water production and distribution to the City of Creston and Southern Iowa Rural Water Association at point of delivery.

The General Manager will inform and advise the Board of Trustees of departmental needs. Oversee and recommend all departmental purchases and inventory management. Oversee overtime as needed. Participate in and recommend hiring, promotion, demotion, discharge or other disciplinary actions to the Board of Trustees. Resolve employee grievances according to Personnel Policy Manual and laws, rules and regulations as set forth by state and federal guidelines. The General Manager will be responsible for staff training, evaluations and duty assignments. Ensure safety compliance in all phases of work. Conduct formal performance evaluations.  Attend approved training to improve abilities, evaluate new ideas and receive necessary continuing education.

The General Manager will need to coordinate with City Administrator and department heads in preparation and execution of Capital Improvement Plan and function as the contact person and liaison officer of the City pertaining to the Creston Water Department. Work with and assist engineers on coordinating engineering and inspection of all Water Works projects. Assist the engineer in review of all plats, zoning requests and similar items submitted to the Planning and Zoning Commission as related to the activities of the Creston Water Works Department.

Submit timely reports as required by the state and federal authorities governing public water suppliers. Submit departmental bills timely for approval. Keep daily logs of hours expended by tasks and departments. The General Manager will need to be available 24/7 for off-hour emergencies and/or consultation and be able to respond if necessary. The City of Creston Water Works retains the authority to change the job duties at any time.

The City of Creston Water Works General Manager is expected to live within a five mile radius of Creston. Salary will be commensurate with experience. High school graduate or equivalent required; Associates Degree or higher in field relating to public water works preferred.  Strong leadership and management skills required. Five years in public water works preferred. Five years experience in a supervisory or administrative capacity preferred. Water Treatment Grade IV certification required, Water Distribution Grade III certification required, Wastewater Grade I certification required or be able to obtain the grades within six months from date of hire.

The City of Creston Water Works will be accepting resumes and cover letters until the position is filled, however resumes received by December 1st, 2017 will be given first consideration. Please send resumes and salary requirements to: City of Creston Water Works, 820 South Park Street, PO Box 405, Creston, Iowa 50801. Resumes and cover letters will be accepted by regular mail, ground mail, fax (641)782-9267 or email at officeww@iowatelecom.net. The City of Creston Water Works is an Equal Opportunity Employer and encourages minorities, and women to apply.

Posted 10-18-17


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Notice of Bid Opening Jay St. Sanitary Sewer Replacement - 2018 for Mount Pleasant, Iowa

Sealed bids shall be received by the City Clerk at the City Hall at 307 East Monroe St., Mount Pleasant, IA. before 3:00 P.M. on the 9th day of January 2018 for the JAY ST. SANITARY SEWER REPLACEMENT - 2018; as described in the Project Documents therefore now on file with the City Clerk. After 3 P.M . on that date the City Clerk shall open and read the totals of the bids received.

A tabulation of bids received will be prepared and shall be presented to the City Council of Mount Pleasant, Iowa at a meeting to be held after the Public Hearing at 5:30 P.M. on the 10th day of January 2018 at the City Hall, 307 East Monroe St., Mount Pleasant, IA. 52641. The City Council may act on the bids at said meeting, or at such other time and place as shall then be announced.

Read the full notice here.

Posted 12-14-17


Westside Substation RTU Procurement Project

Sealed proposals will be received by the Board of Trustees of Indianola Municipal Utilities (IMU), Indianola, Iowa, (Owner) in the Council Chambers of the Indianola Municipal Building at 110 N. First St., Indianola, Iowa until 2:00 P.M. local time on January 4, 2018 for a project identified as WESTSIDE SUBSTATION RTU PROCUREMENT PROJECT, and as described in detail in the specifications for the project now on file in the IMU Trustee Clerk’s office. Proposals will be opened in public session at that time. Proposals will be acted upon by the Board of Trustees at a meeting to be held in the Council Chambers of the Indianola Municipal Building at 5:30 P.M. local time on January 8, 2018 or at such later time and place as may then be fixed. At that time and place a hearing will be held on the proposed plans, specifications, form of contract and estimate of cost for the improvements, and at the hearing any interested person may appear and file objections to the project or to the cost of the improvements.

The Work includes supply of a SCADA RTU and delivery of the complete panel to Westside Substation in Indianola, Iowa.

The RTU is to be delivered by April 13, 2018.

Read the full notice here.

Posted 12-13-17


RTU Replacement and SCADA Testing Project

Sealed proposals will be received by the Board of Trustees of Indianola Municipal Utilities (IMU), Indianola, Iowa, (Owner) in the Council Chambers of the Indianola Municipal Building at 110 N. First St., Indianola, Iowa until 2:00 P.M. local time on January 4, 2018 for a project identified as RTU REPLACEMENT AND SCADA TESTING PROJECT, and as described in detail in the specifications for the project now on file in the IMU Trustee Clerk’s office. Proposals will be opened in public session at that time. Proposals will be acted upon by the Board of Trustees at a meeting to be held in the Council Chambers of the Indianola Municipal Building at 5:30 P.M. local time on January 8, 2018 or at such later time and place as may then be fixed. At that time and place a hearing will be held on the proposed plans, specifications, form of contract and estimate of cost for the improvements, and at the hearing any interested person may appear and file objections to the project or to the cost of the improvements.

The Work includes testing of SCADA RTU equipment at seven locations and replacing one (1) SCADA RTU. All work will take place within the City of Indianola.

Work is to commence on or about April 1, 2018 and shall be substantially complete by May 10, 2018. All Work shall be completed by June 25, 2018.

Read the full notice here.

Posted 12-13-17

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