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EMPLOYMENT

 


Writers, et al. Wanted

La Prensa is interested in journalistic/holistic/paranormal articles, essays, commentaries, healing-thought-pieces, poems, cartoons, art, photos, puzzles and other brainbashers, songs, and other provacative items, for possible publication in the weekly, bilingual publication known as La Prensa, publishing since 1989. We also post many of these items on our website. We pay cash for these published items. For possible publication please submit via email to laprensa1@yahoo.com ATTN: Rico. It doesn’t exist unless you have seen it in La Prensa!  Tinta con Sabor!

 

SALES/DISTRIBUTION
Persons wanted to sell ads, post events, and distribute a Spanish/English weekly
 in the Ann Arbor/Ypsi, Adrian, Pontiac, & Monroe areas of Michigan
and the Findlay, Bowling Green, Akron, Youngstown, Columbus, Cincinnati, Painesville, & Fremont areas of Ohio. Call Rico at 313-729-4435 or 614-571-2051.


 

 

The Lucas County Sheriff’s Office is Now Hiring Corrections Officers

 

                                       

Protect The Public – Maintain Order – Enforce Rules – Handle Emergencies – Supervise Inmates

                                                                    

 MORE THAN A JOB – A CAREER

 

Lucas County Sheriff John Tharp is in search of Career Minded Citizens who are looking for more than a job.  The Lucas County Sheriff’s Office is currently seeking to employ approximately 150 new Corrections Officers who are at least 18-years old with a high school diploma or equivalent and No felony convictions. Sheriff Tharp’s Office will have representatives available at a Job Fair on Monday, March 25, 2019, from 11:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m. at Local 12-UAW, 2300 Ashland Ave., #202, Toledo, Ohio.

 

Sheriff Tharp’s representatives will be on hand to share:

• The extensive benefits offered to County employees

• The process of joining the Sheriff’s Office team

• The pay scale offered to Corrections Officers

 

Representatives will also be able to answer any questions or concerns of potential employees. Potential interested applicants may also go to www.co.lucas.oh.us/jobs to apply online.

 

COME JOIN US AND BE A PART OF OUR TEAM!

 

 

LUCAS COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE JOB FAIR

 

Place:    Local l2 – UAW

                2300 Ashland Ave. #202

                Toledo, OH   43620

Date:     Monday, March 25, 2019

Time:     11:00AM – 5:00PM

 

 

Place:    Local 12-UAW

                2300 Ashland Ave. #202

                Toledo, OH   43620

Date:     Tuesday, March 26, 2019

Time:     11:00AM-5:00PM

 

 

Place:    African American Legacy Project of NW Ohio

                (Ascension Lutheran Church)

                1326 Collingwood Blvd.

                Toledo, OH   43604

Date:     Thursday, March 28, 2019

Time:     10:00AM-2:00PM

 

 

Place:    Reynolds Corners Branch Library

                5833 Dorr St.

                Toledo, Oh

Date:     Tuesday, April 2, 2019

Time      10:00AM-2:00PM

 

 

Place:    Sanger Branch Library

                3030 Central Ave.

                Toledo, OH

Date:     Wednesday, April 3, 2019

Time:     l2:00PM-4:00PM

 

 

Place:    Sylvania Branch Library

                6749 Monroe Street

                Sylvania, OH  

Date:     Friday, April 12, 2019

Time:     l2:00PM – 4:00PM

 

 

ONLINE APPLICATIONS GO TO WWW.CO.LUCAS.OH.US/JOBS

 

 


With a commitment to improving the human condition, The University of Toledo and University Medical Center are seeking qualified candidates for multiple positions. 

The University of Toledo offers an excellent salary and benefit package, which includes the Ohio Public Employees Retirement System and State Teachers Retirement System for faculty with employer contribution, medical coverage, paid sick and vacation time, tuition waiver is available to UT employees and their eligible spouses and dependents and 10 paid holidays.

For a complete listing of our openings and desired qualifications or to apply, please proceed to our website at https://www.utoledo.edu/jobs/

We ask that applications and required documents be submitted electronically.

We are an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.


Job Description

Great pay and SIGN ON BONUS!

Local family owned auto repair shop in Perrysburg is now hiring experienced Lead Automotive Technicians. Join our successful team and enjoy what our company has to offer! Being a part of our team means competitive pay, paid vacations and holidays, benefits, monthly incentives based on performance, and paid continuing education to help you move forward in your craft.

JOB DUTIES INCLUDE:

·         Addressing customer's concerns regarding their vehicle

·         Inspect, Diagnose, and Repair customer vehicles and light trucks

·         Perform Quality Inspections and Repairs on vehicles in a timely manner

·         Perform Vehicle Routine Maintenance

·         Maintain a Safe and Clean Work environment

JOB QUALIFICATIONS:

·         Minimum of 3+ years of professional automotive repair service

·         Valid Driver's License

·         Additional training and certifications are a plus

Generous Compensation is based on experience.

About Us:
We are a successful family owned and operated auto repair facility. Our shop has been proudly servicing our area for 10 years. We offer quality and honest service to our customers. Our team of experienced and motivated technicians help us deliver the best service possible. In return, we offer our employees a safe and professional work environment along with competitive compensation and benefits package.

FAX RESUME TO 419-931-1902 or email stevesfamilyauto@gmail.com

Job Type: Full-time

Salary: $20.00 to $30.00 /hour


Position Available
Staff Attorney
Legal Aid of Western Ohio, Inc. (LAWO) seeks a dedicated, creative attorney for its Toledo office.
The Attorney will work with our stability and independence for survivors and government benefits & health care practice groups to provide high quality representation to individuals experiencing domestic violence and seeking government benefits and health care. The attorney will work to enforce legal protections for clients; seek to improve legal protections and change public policy where needed; advance projects to improve economic independence for clients; and advocate for meaningful access to the court system.
The Attorney must have excellent interpersonal skills and be experienced in working in collaborative environments. Membership in the Ohio Bar or ability to be admitted by motion or temporary certification is required. Excellent legal and communication skills, computer competency, and an understanding of community lawyering preferred. Ability to relate well with low income clients and a commitment to legal services required. Attorneys with recent bar admissions are encouraged to apply. Legal experience in domestic relations, access to government benefits and health care, or poverty law in general is helpful. Ability to communicate fluently in Spanish helpful. Salary depends on relevant legal experience. Excellent fringe benefits.
To Apply: Send résumé and cover letter electronically by Friday, March 29, 2019, in Microsoft Word format, to: Email: lawojobs@freelawyers.org
Subject: Staff Attorney – Domestic Relations & Benefits

LAWO is an Equal Opportunity Employer and places a high value on diversity in our workplace, including diversity in race, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, age, and physical ability. We strive to create an environment welcoming to all individuals and we encourage applications from individuals traditionally underrepresented in the legal profession. Equal access to LAWO’s office is available. Applicants requiring accommodation for the interview/ application process should contact the recruitment coordinator at the address listed above.


Position Available
ATTORNEY (Toledo)
CLAS Project

Legal Aid of Western Ohio, Inc. (LAWO) seeks a dedicated, creative attorney for its Toledo office.

LAWO endeavors to create a diverse law firm of individuals from different backgrounds and cultures, including religion, race, gender, sexual orientation, ethnicity, age, and physical abilities. We believe that diversity and inclusion results in high quality service for our clients. Individuals who require accommodations to the interview/application process are encouraged to contact the Recruitment Coordinator at lawojobs@freelawyers.org.
This position will focus on representing individuals in the Toledo Municipal Court in eviction and debt collection cases. Applicants must have a passion for court-based advocacy and helping financially disadvantaged individuals. Ability to communicate fluently in Spanish is helpful. Membership in Ohio Bar or ability to be admitted by motion or temporary certification is required. The successful candidate must possess excellent legal and communication skills, computer competency, ability to relate well with clients living in poverty, and a demonstrated commitment to public interest law. LAWO offers a competitive salary and fringe benefits, including a generous loan repayment assistance program.
To Apply: Applications will only be accepted by email. Send résumé and cover letter electronically by Friday, March 29 to:

Email: lawojobs@freelawyers.org
Subject: Attorney – CLAS Project


Lucas County Engineer

Summer Seasonal Laborer I

Lucas County Engineer, Road Maintenance department, is accepting applications to fill the Summer Seasonal Laborer I position. Application deadline is March 19, 2019 at 4:30 pm. Additional information regarding the duties is available on the Lucas County web site (www.co.lucas.oh.us).  Click on “Apply for a Job” and then select “Lucas County Engineer - Summer Seasonal Laborer I” from the list to read more or apply. 

An Equal Opportunity Employer


INVESTIGATIVE AGENT

 

Professional needed to investigate Major Unusual Incidents in accordance with applicable law and regulations involving persons with developmental disabilities. Bachelor’s degree plus two (2) years of experience in conducting administrative, civil, or criminal investigations required.  Experience with individuals with DD preferred. 

 

All candidates must submit by 3/20/2019 résumé and cover letter along with an application for employment, which is available at www.lucasdd.org. If in need of ADA accommodations, contact us directly at 419-380-4033.  E.O.E.

 


 

Metroparks Toledo has an opening for a Full-time Deputy Ranger/Park Service position. High School diploma or equivalent required. Certified Peace officer in the State of Ohio required. Some experience comparable to the duties and responsibilities stated in the job description preferred. 18.09/hr.  Some weekends, evenings, and holidays. Go to www.metroparkstoledo.com for complete job requirements and descriptions; must submit online application and resume online by March 18th. EOE


Positions Available:

Bilingual Outreach Workers (Toledo)

Each year more than 30,000 agricultural workers and family members work in Ohio. They work in many hand-harvest crops, including cucumbers, tomatoes, lettuces, onions, radishes, and peppers. They also work in various packing sheds, grading stations, and food processing plants.

 

Advocates for Basic Legal Equality, Inc. (ABLE), a non-profit law firm, is hiring two Outreach Workers to assist the attorneys and staff in its Toledo office to extend legal services to these workers and their families throughout Ohio.  Click on the following link for details of the position and how to apply:  www.ablelaw.org

ABLE is an Equal Opportunity Employer

 


Client Services Specialist

Lucas County

 

 Lucas County Planning & Development Agency is accepting applications to fill the position of Client Services Specialist until filled.  Additional information regarding the duties is available on the Lucas County web site (www.co.lucas.oh.us).  Click on “Apply for a Job” and then select “Client Services Specialist” from the list to read more or apply. 

 

An Equal Opportunity Employer


Owens Community College seeks candidates for the following positions:

Applicant Pool for Aspire Instructor (Grant-Funded)

Applicant Pool for Aspire Classroom Specialist (Grant-Funded)

Applicant Pool for Aspire ESOL (English for Speakers of Other Languages) Instructor (Grant-Funded)

Owens Community College invites you to learn more about these exciting job opportunities at https://jobs.owens.edu

Become part of our inclusive culture that embraces and celebrates diversity.

AA/EOE


The Arts Commission seeks creative students ages 14-18 for the Young Artists At Work program, a paid six week summer arts apprenticeship. Application deadline: March 22. theartscommission.org/youth


Máximo reembolso de IMPUESTOS!!!!

 

Aseguramos maximizar cada crédito y deducción para que tengas el mejor resultado al final de tu declaración de impuestos.

Enviar texto o WhatsApp (419) 902-6954.


KFC RESTAURANT MANAGER (BI-LINGUAL) – CLEVELAND  Image result for kfc logo

Mitra QSR is one of the largest KFC Franchisees in the Country; we are a leading organization in the Restaurant Industry, consistently offering the best products and services to our Customers.  We offer a Culture where people want to work and grow along with the Organization!                             

We are looking for an Experienced Bi-Lingual Restaurant Manager to run one of our $2 million Restaurants in the Cleveland Area.  Competitive Base Salary $42 - $55 based on experience.  Bonus Opportunity, Great Benefits, Growth Opportunity and More!                                                             

For more information please visit our website: Mitraqsr.com or contact Robin Kraska, Recruiter at: 410-866-6887 you may also email your résumé to robin.kraska@mitraqsr.com

 


GROUNDS MAINTENANCE ASSISTANT

 

Metroparks Toledo has a great opportunity for you to join our team!  We currently have openings for seasonal maintenance staff.  If you are going to work, why not do it in the beautiful outdoors. Must be 18 or older with high school diploma or equivalent and valid driver's license. Graduating high school seniors may apply if 18 years of age or older. $9.00/hr. Duties include cleaning and facility and grounds maintenance. Employment varies through December based on need. Must enjoy working outdoors and be able to learn to use power tools and equipment. Go to www.MetroparksToledo.com<http://www.MetroparksToledo.com> to view the job description, position requirements and apply online. EOE

 


NATURAL RESOURCES CONSERVATION ASSISTANT

 

Metroparks Toledo has openings for seasonal Natural Resources Conservation Assistants. Must be 18 or older with high school diploma or equivalent and valid driver's license. $11.00/hr. Some training or coursework in environmental sciences or natural resources management preferred. Some outdoor work experience with natural systems, forestry or horticulture preferred. Go to www.MetroparksToledo.com<http://www.MetroparksToledo.com> to view detailed position description and job requirements. Must apply online. EOE

 


LEAD NATURAL RESOURCES CONSERVATION ASSISTANT

 

Metroparks Toledo has openings for Lead Natural Resources Conservation Assistant. Must be 18 or older with high school diploma or equivalent and valid driver's license. $12.25/hr. Up to 40 hours per week. Some training or coursework in environmental sciences or natural resources management required. Some outdoor work experience with natural systems, forestry or horticulture required. Go to www.MetroparksToledo.com<http://www.MetroparksToledo.com> to view detailed position descriptions and job requirements. Must apply online. EOE

     


Press Person Needed for Established Cleaners

We need press person; experienced preferred but not necessary. Village 1 Hr. Cleaners, 576 W. Dussel Dr., Maumee OH 43537. Call 419-891-0106 and ask for Sharon.


North Branch Nursery, Inc. in Pemberville, OH has Landscape open positions

 

Landscape Crew Foreman

This position will work 40+ hours per week on a variety of hardscape and landscape projects, manage one to two other crew members, and communicate with the designer and client.

Requirements: Previous experience in landscape installation and maintenance, valid driver license, strong work ethic, ability to work well with others; work outdoors in all weather conditions.

 

 

Landscape Crew Member

This position will work 40+ hours per week on a variety of hardscape and landscape projects. Training will be provided to teach you the skills needed for the landscape and horticultural industry. 

Requirements: Reliable transportation, strong work ethic, ability to learn new tasks; work outdoors in all weather conditions.

 

Please stop in to our garden center during business hours for an application or go to our website for a printable application form:

http://northbranchnursery.com

Applications may be dropped off to the garden center during business hours, faxed to Kelly Gonzales at 419-287-4161 or mailed to:

Kelly Gonzales

Financial and Human Resource Manager

North Branch Nursery, Inc.

3359 Kesson Rd.

PO Box 353

Pemberville, OH  43450

 

Competitive Pay and Benefits including health insurance, 401K plan, vacation and holiday pay.

 


 

COMMUNITY & MINORITY HEALTH SUPERVISOR

 

Basic Qualifications:

• Bachelor’s Degree in the Health Field from an accredited college

• Excellent written and verbal communication skills

• Ability to communicate across a broad cross-section of groups and individuals

• Knowledge of public and community health issues faced by minority populations and a clear understanding of the importance of cultural diversity application in health care

• Ability to work independently and as a team member

• Valid driver’s license and reliable transportation

Preferred Qualifications:

• 1-3 years supervisory experience

Responsibilities:

Responsible for managing all Health Department functions related to the goals of the Commission on Minority Health; Implements the Project Action Plan as outlined by the CMH.

Supervises the Program Coordinator for Community Engagement and Community Health Workers performing outreach and enrollment assistance; sets and directs the work of subordinates to achieve improved minority health outcomes and awareness.

Coordinates, promotes, and facilitates a committee for cultural competence; ensures progress is being made toward all cultural competency measures as defined within the Public Health Accreditation Board’s standards and measures.

Represents the CMH at meetings, public speaking engagements, and other events.

Coordinates all public relations activities for the Commission in conjunction with the Health Department’s Public Information Officer.

Maintains current knowledge and understanding of issues concerning cultural competency in health care and their potential impact on health disparities. Works to develop health-marketing plans that address each of the priority disease states and/or health conditions.

Seeks and secures operational funding to support minority health efforts in Lucas County.

Advocates for community representation for medically underserved individuals and works towards solutions that address personal, family, and community health problems experienced by minority populations.

Works with the Supervisor of Maternal and Child Health to reduce infant mortality rates and illnesses resulting from conditions from which minority populations are at higher risk; stimulates awareness and knowledge of these conditions.

Works to improve access to health care services for minorities and individuals unable to obtain adequate care; ensures health care services are of a high quality, and culturally sensitive to the needs of minority populations.

Advocates on legislative and administrative policy issues that affect the availability, accessibility, and quality of health care for minority populations.

Establishes and maintains relationships and partnerships with minority owned or run businesses, religious institutions, and other community establishments and stakeholders that serve minority populations.

Other Duties & Responsibilities: Performs other duties as assigned.

 

Please email or mail cover letter and resume to:

Email: TLCHDresumes@co.lucas.oh.us

Toledo-Lucas County Health Department

Attn: Terri Dalton, MA

635 N. Erie

Toledo, Ohio 43604

 

The Toledo-Lucas County Health Department is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

The Department operates in accordance with Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964.


GROUNDS MAINTENANCE ASSISTANT

Metroparks Toledo has a great opportunity for you to join our team!  We currently have openings for seasonal maintenance staff.  If you are going to work, why not do it in the beautiful outdoors. Must be 18 or older with high school diploma or equivalent and valid driver's license. Graduating high school seniors may apply if 18 years of age or older. $9.00/hr. Duties include cleaning and facility and grounds maintenance. Employment varies through December based on need. Must enjoy working outdoors and be able to learn to use power tools and equipment. Go to www.MetroparksToledo.com<http://www.MetroparksToledo.com> to view the job description, position requirements and apply online. EOE


NATURAL RESOURCES CONSERVATION ASSISTANT

Metroparks Toledo has openings for seasonal Natural Resources Conservation Assistants. Must be 18 or older with high school diploma or equivalent and valid driver's license. $11.00/hr. Some training or coursework in environmental sciences or natural resources management preferred. Some outdoor work experience with natural systems, forestry or horticulture preferred. Go to www.MetroparksToledo.com<http://www.MetroparksToledo.com> to view detailed position description and job requirements. Must apply online. EOE


LEAD NATURAL RESOURCES CONSERVATION ASSISTANT

 Metroparks Toledo has openings for Lead Natural Resources Conservation Assistant. Must be 18 or older with high school diploma or equivalent and valid driver's license. $12.25/hr. Up to 40 hours per week. Some training or coursework in environmental sciences or natural resources management required. Some outdoor work experience with natural systems, forestry or horticulture required. Go to www.MetroparksToledo.com<http://www.MetroparksToledo.com> to view detailed position descriptions and job requirements. Must apply online. EOE
 


Local Steel hauler position with super health benefits and sign-on bonus

Local Steel hauler position with health benefits. Class A CDL. Starting pay is $1,250.00 weekly.  Home every day. No road No weekends No major holidays. Weekly pay direct deposit available. $1,000.00 sign on bonus. Driver monthly attendance bonuses. Pay raise after 90 days. Driver must have 2 years verifiable experience and have a clean driving record. Driver must be able to pass a pre-employment drug screen and physical. Immediate hire. Call Kenn @ 419-509-2904.



Drivers: Home Daily!
No Touch Freight. All round trip.
Up to $275-$300/day.
Great inexpensive benefits!
CDL-A req.
855-979-4510
 


MANUAL DE INGLES

TODOS LOS DIAS

Vocabulario, Expresiones, Gramatica

$7.95 + $1.00 envio a 

Bruce Franz

c/o 2910 Berry Lane Ct

Columbus Ohio 43231


Drivers: Home Daily!
No Touch Freight. All round trip.
Up to $300/day.
Great inexpensive benefits!
CDL-A req.
855-979-4510


 

 
REAL ESTATE

 

GEORGE MANCE COMMONS

2050 Warren Street

A Housing Community for the Physically Disabled.

Accepting Applications for

Two and Three Bedroom Apts.

Appliances Furnished

Utilities included in rent. Rent Based on Income

Please Call 419-246-4740.


 

South Toledo Homes

(ofc) 817 Michigan, Toledo ohio

Accepting Applications for 4 BED

Rent Based on Income

Applications by Appointment

419-246-0832

Equal Housing Opportunity

 

VISTULA HERITAGE VILLAGE II

817 Michigan Street

Is currently accepting applications for

1, 2, 3 and 4 Bedroom Apartments

Appliances & Utilities included

Rent Based on Income

Applications by Appointment Only

419-246-0832

Equal Housing Opportunity

 

MOODY MANOR APARTMENTS

2293 ½ Kent St.

Accepting Applications For

2, 3 & 4 Bedroom Apartments

Appliances & Utilities included

Rent Based on Income

Applications by Appt. on Feb 22 & March 1

From  9am – 11 am and 1:30 pm – 3:30 pm

Bring ID, SS Card, Birth Cert.

419-241-6985

Equal Housing Opportunity

 


Alpha Towers – Section 8 waiting list is open for anyone 62 and older! 1 and 2 bedroom units are available!
525 E Woodruff Ave
Toledo, Ohio 43604
419-246-1258


St. Hedwig Apartments - Section 8 waiting list is open for anyone 55 and older! 1 and 2 bedroom units are available!2916 Lagrange Street
Toledo, Ohio 43608
419-481-9016

Fully renovated beautiful living in Toledo’s historic Polish Village. 

 


For Rent

The R. H Myers Apartments

A senior living community in Beachwood. We offer amentites & supportive services to promote an independent lifestyle.

Section 8 Welcome

Call Deanna Snider

 (216) 831-6515 Ext.176

27200 Cedar Road

Beachwood, OH

TTY 1-800-750-0750


ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS FOR THE FOLLOWING AFFORDABLE HOUSING WAITING LISTS

 

All rent is based on income

A Qualifying physical or developmental disability required for the following:

 

Accessible Country Trails I and II

One (1) and Two (2) bedroom accessible units

 

Brookview Gardens

One (1) and Two (2) bedroom units

 

Ottawa River Estates

One (1) bedroom units

 

Woodside Village Apartments

One (1) bedroom units

 




NORTHGATE APARTMENTS

610 STICKNEY AVENUE

Now Accepting Applications for 1 and 2 Bedroom Apartments.

Senior Community for Persons 55 and Older.

Rent Based on Income.

Activity and Service Coordinators on site.

Heat, Appliances, Drapes and Carpeting Included.

Call (419) 729-7118 for details.

EQUAL HOUSING OPPORTUNITY/

EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER

 



 

NOTICES

 

Libbey High Class of 1969 Seeks Classmates and Teachers

The Libbey High School Class of 1969 will be holding their 50th year class reunion on June 28 / 29. We are seeking classmates and teachers who may be interested in attending. Please email us at libbeyclassof1969@gmail.com or call Mike Masiker 419 441 2815 for details.


Sealed bids will be received by:

Cuyahoga Community College

District Administrative Bldg.

700 Carnegie Ave.

Cleveland, OH 44115

for the following Project:

C20186011

CCE Master Kitchen Lab

Cuyahoga Community College

Corporate College East

4400 Richmond Road

Warrensville Heights, OH 44128

in accordance with the Contract Documents prepared by:

Bialosky + Partners Architects LLC

6555 Carnegie Ave., Suite 200

Cleveland, OH 44103

Contact: Sandy Weigel, sweigel@bialosky.com

Bidders may submit requests for consideration of a proposed Substitution for a specified product, equipment, or service to the Architect/Engineer (“A/E”) no later than 10 days prior to the bid opening. Additional products, equipment, and services may be accepted as approved Substitutions only by written Addendum.

From time to time, the Commission issues new editions of the “State of Ohio Standard Requirements for Public Facility Construction” and may issue interim changes. Bidders must submit Bids that comply with the version of the Standard Requirements included in the Contract Documents.

Prevailing Wage rates and Equal Employment Opportunity requirements are applicable to this Project.

The Bidder must indicate on the Bid Form, the locations where its services will be performed in the spaces provided or by attachment in accordance with the requirements of Executive Order 2011-12K related to providing services only within the United States. Failure to do so may cause the Bid to be rejected as non-responsive.

DOMESTIC STEEL USE REQUIREMENTS AS SPECIFIED IN OHIO REVISED CODE SECTION 153.011 APPLY TO THIS PROJECT. COPIES OF OHIO REVISED CODE SECTION 153.011 CAN BE OBTAINED FROM ANY OF THE OFFICES OF THE OHIO FACILITIES CONSTRUCTION COMMISSION.

Bidders are encouraged to be enrolled in and to be in good standing in a Drug‑Free Safety Program (“DFSP”) approved by the Ohio Bureau of Workers' Compensation (“OBWC”) prior to submitting a Bid and provide, on the Bid Form with its Bid, certain information relative to their enrollment in such a program; and, if awarded a Contract, shall comply with other DFSP criteria described in Section 1.6 of the General Conditions.

Bids will be received for:

General Trade Contract                                                        Estimate

Base Bid............................................................................... $630,000.00

Alternate 1............................................................................ $100,000.00

 

until April 2, 2019, at 2:00 PM, at:

Cuyahoga Community College

District Administrative Bldg.

700 Carnegie Ave.

Cleveland, OH 44115

Attn: Sean Beckett

 

 

Bids will be opened and read aloud April 2, 2019, at 2:30 PM, at:

Cuyahoga Community College

District Administrative Bldg., Board Room

700 Carnegie Ave.

Cleveland, OH 44115

All Bidders are strongly encouraged to attend the Pre-Bid Meeting on March 18, 2019, from 9:00 – 10:00 AM, at the following location:

Cuyahoga Community College

Corporate College East

4400 Richmond Road

Warrensville Heights, OH 44128

Room: 124

The Contractor is responsible for scheduling the Project, coordinating the Subcontractors, and providing other services identified in the Contract Documents.

The Contract Documents are available for purchase from SE Blueprint, Inc., at the non-refundable cost of $46.00 + tax per set, plus shipping, if requested.

SE Blueprint, Inc.

2035 Hamilton Avenue

Cleveland Ohio 44114

(216) 241-2250

seblue@seblueprint.com

www.plancycle.com

 

The Contract Documents may be reviewed for bidding purposes without charge during business hours at the office of the A/E.  A full list of bidding document locations can be found on the Tri-C public website using the following link: http://www.tri-c.edu/administrative-departments/supplier-managed-services/current-opportunitiesawards.html.


PUBLIC NOTICE

Lucas County has FY2017 and FY2018 Justice Assistance Grant (JAG) funds available for local community projects to support local initiatives, technical assistance, training, personnel, equipment and supplies in one of the following Program Purpose Areas:

 

A: Law Enforcement Programs

B: Crime Prevention Programs

C: Adult and Juvenile Corrections, Community Corrections and Reentry Programs

D: Courts, Defense, Prosecution and Victim Service Programs

E: Cross-Agency and Cross-System Collaboration, Training and Research Programs

 

Lucas County also has FY2018 Title II Formula Grant funds available for local community projects to support direct services aimed at reducing the disproportionate number of juvenile members of minority groups that encounter the juvenile justice system.

 

The Request for Proposals (RFP) and application documents are available at https://lucascountycjcc.org.


PUBLIC NOTICE

CITY OF TOLEDO

ONE-YEAR ACTION PLAN

To all interested agencies, groups, and persons:

The City of Toledo is seeking comments on its Draft July 1, 2019 – June 30, 2020 One-Year Action Plan to be submitted to the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) on or before May 17, 2019.  The One-Year Action Plan is based on the HUD-approved Five-Year 2015-2020 Consolidated Plan submitted by the City of Toledo for housing, community, and economic development.

The One-Year Action Plan includes a description of the federal funds anticipated to be received, as well as other resources expected to be available within the City of Toledo during the 2019-2020 program year.  The Action Plan provides a description of the activities to be undertaken when using these resources and the expected results of those activities. Also, the Action Plan depicts a geographic distribution of assistance, special needs activities, general and public housing actions, and activities specific to the 2019 45th Year Community Development Block Grant (CDBG), 33rd Year Emergency Solutions Grant (ESG), 28th Year HOME Investment Partnerships Program (HOME), and the Neighborhood Stabilization Programs (NSP). In addition, the Plan will contain HUD-required certifications, as well as a summary of the community input received at the public hearings regarding the Action Plan.

The Draft One-Year Action Plan is available for review beginning March 27, 2019 at the following locations:

 

1)   Dept. of Neighborhood and Business Development

One Government Center, 18th Floor

Downtown Toledo, Jackson & Erie Streets

 

2)   Office of the Mayor

One Government Center, 22nd Floor

Downtown Toledo, Jackson & Erie Streets

 

3)   Clerk of Council

One Government Center, 21st Floor

Downtown Toledo, Jackson & Erie Streets

 

4)    The Fair Housing Center

432 N. Superior Street

Toledo, Ohio 43604

 

5)   Lucas Metropolitan Housing Authority

435 Nebraska Avenue

Toledo, Ohio 43604

 

7)   Toledo-Lucas County Public Library

325 Michigan Street

Toledo, Ohio 43604

(available at the Main Branch and by request at all other branches)

 

6)   Toledo Lucas County Homelessness Board

1946 N. 13th Street, Suite 437

Toledo, Ohio 43604

 

8)   Lucas County Board of Developmental Disabilities

1154 Larc Lane

Toledo, Ohio 43614

 

9)   Dept. of Neighborhood and Business Development website: http://toledo.oh.gov/neighborhoods

 

 

Public hearings on the Draft One-Year Action Plan are scheduled as follows:

 

Thursday, March 28, 2019, 3:00 p.m.

City Council Chambers, 1st Floor

One Government Center, Toledo, OH 43604

 

Wednesday, April 3, 2019, 5:30 p.m.

City Council Chambers, 1st Floor

One Government Center, Toledo, OH  43604

 

The City of Toledo will also receive comments from the public in writing beginning Friday, March 29, 2019 through Monday, April 29, 2019, at the following address:

 

CITY OF TOLEDO

DEPARTMENT OF NEIGHBORHOOD AND BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT

ONE GOVERNMENT CENTER, SUITE 1800

TOLEDO, OHIO 43604

ATTN:  2019-2020 ONE-YEAR ACTION PLAN

 

For reasonable accommodations or additional information, please contact Monica Brown, Administrative Analyst IV, Department of Neighborhood and Business Development at (419) 245-1400. 


 

 

CUYAHOGA COMMUNITY COLLEGE

REQUEST FOR QUALIFICATIONS FOR DESIGN-BUILD SERVICES

Veterinary Technology Upgrade, Project No. C20173113

Western Campus, 11000 Pleasant Valley Road, Cleveland, OH 44115

Ohio State Form F180-01

 

Request for Qualifications are due March 22, 2019 by 2:00 PM. Submit six (6) hard copies and one (1) consolidated PDF on a USB drive, including the F110-330 forms, to:  Cuyahoga Community College, Attn: Judi Cooper, 700 Carnegie Avenue, Cleveland, OH 44115, Attention:  Western Campus Veterinary Technology Upgrade #C20173113.

 

For additional information, please contact Michele Crawford, Project Manager, Capital & Construction, (Michele.Crawford@tri-c.edu / 216.987.0598).

 

 

Project Description

This Request for Qualifications is for Design-Build Services that consists of modifications/upgrade of the current Veterinary Technology training area, consisting of animal housing, surgical, treatment and care facilities on the first floor of the West Campus’ A-wing, and upgrades to room A238 and the greenhouse, which serves as VT’s lab and storage room.  These spaces comprise approx. 3520 net square feet (~2250 SF for the 1st floor modifications and ~1270 SF for room A238 modifications).  Building renovations will include interior demolition and new construction (with a small addition) and new building entrance/exit.

 

The College chose a Criteria A/E firm (FMD Architects) in February 2019 who is currently working on the criteria requirements (minimum SD level).  This information will be supplied to the short listed firms.

 

Scope of Services for the West Campus Veterinary Technology Upgrade

As required by the Agreement, and as properly authorized, provide the following categories of services: develop and maintain estimates of probable construction cost, value engineering, project schedules, and construction schedules, Design Development, Subcontractor Prequalification and Bidding process, Construction Documents, Construction and Closeout stages.

 

Refer to the Ohio Facilities Construction Manual for additional information about the type and extent of services required for each.  A copy of the standard agreement can be obtained at the OFCC website at http://ofcc.ohio.gov.

 

Funding / Estimated Budget

Estimated Total Project Cost:  $4,000,000

Estimated Construction Cost:  $2,500,000

 

Tentative Schedule

DB Preconstruction Services Start         May 2019

DB Contract Awarded                            July 2019

Design Phase Duration                          July- December 2019    

Construction Stage Notice to Proceed    March 2020      

Construction Duration                            March – July 2020

Substantial Completion of all Work        Fall 2020                      

DB Services Completed                        Fall 2020

 

Requirements for Proposal Submittal

Firms are required to submit the current version of Statement of Qualifications (Form F110-330) available via the OFCC website at http://ofcc.ohio.gov

 

Request for Qualifications are due March 22, 2019 by 2:00 PM. Submit six (6) hard copies and one (1) consolidated PDF on a USB drive, including the F110-330 forms, to:  Cuyahoga Community College, Attn: Judi Cooper, 700 Carnegie Avenue, Cleveland, OH 44115, Attention:  Western Campus Veterinary Technology Upgrade #C20173113.

 

For additional information, please contact Michele Crawford, Project Manager, Capital & Construction, (Michele.Crawford@tri-c.edu / 216.987.0598).

 

For a complete copy of this legal advertisement, please see Tri-C’s public website using the following link: http://www.tri-c.edu/administrative-departments/supplier-managed-services/current-opportunitiesawards.html


ATENCIÓN VOTANTES DEL CONDADO DE LORAIN

 

Información sobre la inscripción de votantes para las elecciones primarias especiales del 7 de mayo, 2019

 

EL LUNES 8 DE ABRIL DE 2019 ES EL ÚLTIMO DÍA PARA REGISTRARSE Y PODER VOTAR EN LA ELECCIÓN PRIMARIA ESPECIAL QUE SE REALIZARÁ EL MARTES 7 DE MAYO DE 2019, para los VOTANTES EN: Ciudad de Amherst, Brownhelm Township (Unincorporated area), Ciudad de Elyria 4th and 5th Ward Only, LaGrange Village, Ciudad de Lorain, Ciudad de North Ridgeville, Ciudad de Oberlin, Oberlin Public Library (votantes del Distrito Escolar de Oberlin), Municipio de Rochester Village, Sheffield/Sheffield Lake Distrito Escolar, Sheffield Township, y Ciudad de Strongsville Distrito Escolar.

 

Las encuestas para todas las demás subdivisiones se cerrarán el 7 de mayo de 2019

 

PARA INSCRIBIRSE CORRECTAMENTE, VISITE UNO DE LOS SIGUIENTES LUGARES ó REGISTRESE EN LINEA ANTES

DE LA FECHA ESTABLECIDA:
www.myohiovote.com

 

Junta Electoral del Condado de Lorain, 1985 N. Ridge Rd., Lorain, Ohio 44055

El horario regular de atención es: 8:30 am-4:30 pm (lunes a viernes)

Horario de atención el lunes 8 de abril de 2019 DE 8:30am-9:00 pm

• Departamento de Servicios para la Familia y el Trabajo

• Agencias de licencias de vehículos de motor (BMV)

• Oficina del tesorero del Condado

• Bibliotecas públicas

• Escuelas secundarias y vocacionales locales

• Universidades comunitarias locales

• Departamentos de Salud/WIC

 

Para poder votar, debe reunir los siguientes requisitos:

 

1.   Ser ciudadano de los Estados Unidos.

2.   Tener como mínimo 18 años de edad cumplidos el día de la elección general o antes. (Si cumple 18 años el 5 de noviembre o antes, podrá votar en la elección primaria para nominar a candidatos pero no podrá votar en los temas especiales.)

3.   Debe haber vivido en Ohio durante un mínimo de 30 días antes de la elección en la que desea votar.

4.   No debe haber estado encarcelado por un delito grave.

5.   No debe haber sido declarado incompetente para el voto por un tribunal sucesorio.

6.   No debe haber sido privado de sus derechos de forma permanentemente por violaciones a la ley electoral.

 

AVISO A LA POBLACIÓN EN GENERAL: AQUELLAS PERSONAS QUE COMETAN FRAUDE ELECTORAL SERÁN CULPABLES DE UN DELITO
DE QUINTO GRADO

(RC 3503.28 (A) (1) (6)

¿Tiene preguntas? LLAME AL 440-326-5900

www.loraincountyelections.com


 

Fecha Límite para Inscripción de Electores para la
Elección Primaria del 7 de mayo de 2019

 

Por la presente, la Junta Electoral del Condado de Cuyahoga notifica a las personas que deseen votar en la Elección Primaria del 7 de mayo de 2019 que deben inscribirse para votar a no más tardar en el 8 de abril de 2019. Pueden inscribirse en la Junta Electoral del Condado de Cuyahoga, en la 2925 Euclid Avenue, Cleveland, que abre de lunes a viernes de 8:30 AM a 4:30 PM.

 

Formularios de inscripción de electores están disponibles en los siguientes sitios:

1.     La oficina del Secretario de Estado o cualquiera de las 88 juntas electorales de los condados.

2.     La oficina de cualquier registrador delegado del Departamento de Vehículos de Motor de Ohio.

3.     Oficinas de agencias designadas que proporcionan programas de asistencia pública o para incapacidades.

4.     Bibliotecas públicas.

5.     Escuelas secundarias públicas o vocacionales.

6.     Oficinas del tesorero del condado.

7.     Oficinas de agencias designadas:

§  El Departamento de Servicios del Trabajo y de la Familia

§  El Departamento de Salud (Incluye el programa de la mujer, infantes y niños WIC)

§  El Departamento de Salud Mental

§  El Departamento de Retraso Mental y Desarrollo de Discapacidades

§  La Comisión de Servicios de Rehabilitación

§  Cualquier universidad o colegio que es asistido por el estado que provee asistencia a estudiantes con incapacidades

 

Las personas que deseen inscribirse por correo pueden llamar, escribir o enviar un mensaje de correo electrónico a la Junta Electoral y solicitar que les envíen formularios por correo. Estos formularios deben completarse y devolverse a la Junta Electoral antes de la fecha límite indicada arriba.

 

Las personas que deseen inscribirse en línea pueden hacerlo en www.443vote.com y hacer clic en “Inscripción de Electores” y seguir las instrucciones. Esto debe hacerse antes de la fecha límite de inscripción indicada arriba.

 

Las personas que deseen actualizar su dirección residencial en-línea pueden hacerlo en el www.443vote.com, hacer un clic “español” y luego haga un clic en “Actualizar mi dirección”. Esto también debe realizarse antes de la fecha límite indicada arriba.

 

Si una persona ya está inscrita para votar en el Estado de Ohio y desea cambiar de nombre y/o de dirección al Condado de Cuyahoga, puede hacerlo en la Junta Electoral del Condado de Cuyahoga, hasta e incluso el Día de las Elecciones. El Día de las Elecciones, usted puede informar el cambio y votar con una papeleta provisional en la oficina de la Junta Electoral o en el lugar de votación del distrito electoral en el cual está ubicada su nueva dirección electoral.

 

Usted está calificado para inscribirse para votar en Ohio si cumple con todos los siguientes requisitos:

1.     Es ciudadano de los Estados Unidos.

2.     Tendrá al menos 18 años de edad antes del o el día de la elección general.

3.     Será residente de Ohio por al menos 30 días consecutivos antes de la elección en la cual usted desea votar.

4.     No está encarcelado (en prisión) por una sentencia de delito mayor según las leyes de este estado, otro estado o los Estados Unidos.

5.     Ningún tribunal de sucesiones le ha declarado incompetente para fines electorales.

6.     No ha sido privado de sus derechos permanentemente por violaciones a las leyes electorales.

 

Por orden de la Junta Electoral del Condado de Cuyahoga

ROBERT FROST, Presidente INTERMEDIO

ANTHONY PERLATTI, Director INTERINO

 

 


 

 

 


 

 


 
 

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