Legals August 22, 2018

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Public Notice Grant County Mosquito Control District #1 surplused a 2010 Polaris Ranger 800 4x4 EFI and is available for a sealed bid purchase. The Ranger comes with an enclosed cab, warn winch, extra lighting, removable doors, dump bed and only has 1008 miles. Vehicle is sold AS IS with a minimum bid of $5,000. Bids must be received by GCMCD1 no later than 3pm Monday August 27, 2018. Bids will be opened and reviewed by the GCMCD1 Board of Trustees August 28, 2018 at 12pm at Porterhouse Steakhouse located in Moses Lake. For questions or to set up a time to see please call (509) 765-7731 and ask for Ann Belchik-Moser. GCMCD1 address is 11905 RD 4 NE #16, Moses Lake, WA 98837. Please write "sealed bid" on the envelope. #08047/219032 Pub: August 20, 22, 2018

NOTICE OF PRE-QUALIFYING FOR TRANSMISSION & DISTRIBUTION LINE CONSTRUCTION AND MAINTENANCE, AND SUBSTATION CONSTRUCTION AND MAINTENANCE Application for Pre-Qualification of Contractors for electrical construction or improvement of an electrical facility (as described below): Pursuant to RCW 54.04.085, Contractors wishing to be considered by Public Utility District No. 2 of Grant County, Washington for designation as a pre-qualified bidder for transmission and distribution line construction and maintenance, and for substation construction and maintenance must submit a Pre-Qualification Application. The applications will be reviewed and only those which are approved will be eligible to receive electrical construction/improvement bid documents for the 2019 construction year. Completed applications must be received no later than October 5, 2018 for all projects scheduled in the 2019 construction year. The District is required to evaluate applications once every year. The following construction projects are anticipated to start construction in 2019 (this list is NOT all inclusive): Randolph Rd Substation Expansion Sand Dunes - Pen - Pel 115kV Line Rebuild Approx. 3.5 mi D13 Rebuild to Three Phase Approx. 1.3 miles of feeder CR9 to V16 Rebuild and Load Transfer Approx. 5 miles of feeder Pre-qualification forms may be obtained by registering at the District's website at: www.ebidexchange.com/gcpud Required documents including the completed and original application form must be received no later than October 5, 2018. Should you have questions, contact Sharon Lucas at (509) 794-5073 or Patrick Bishop at (509) 793-1556. PUBLIC UTILITY DISTRICT No. 2 OF GRANT COUNTY, WASHINGTON Sharon Lucas Administrative Assistant (509) 754-5073 #08048/219325 Pub: August 22, 2018

WASHINGTON DEPARTMENT OF ECOLOGY NOTICE OF 30-DAY PUBLIC COMMENT PERIOD FOR A PROPOSED AIR POLLUTION SOURCE OB-3 Resources Management operates the existing Warden Industrial Wastewater Treatment Facility located at 1201 Basin St, Warden, WA. OB-3 submitted a Notice of Construction application to the Department of Ecology's Air Quality program. The application proposes to install and operate an anaerobic digester, gas collection equipment, hydrogen sulfide scrubber tanks, and a biogas flare. The anaerobic digester will be constructed from two joined, covered, and repurposed existing ponds. The project will also repurpose a third existing pond to serve as a final lagoon for effluent from the digester; the lagoon will be aerated to eliminate sulfides. The feedstock for the digester is process-water and rinse-water waste from food processing plants in the surrounding area. This facility was previously exempt from air regulation. Based upon submitted data, OB-3's uncontrolled potential to emit suggests the facility should be classified as a "natural minor source" under the Clean Air Act. Air contaminant emissions triggering new source review include carbon monoxide, nitrogen oxides, particulate matter, sulfur dioxide, and three toxic air pollutants. OB-3 demonstrated that the project should not cause or contribute to violation of any ambient air standard, or the exceedance of any acceptable source impact levels for toxic air pollutants. Ecology has determined this proposal satisfies the requirements of Chapter 173-400 WAC. Ecology expects to approve this project, and the public is invited to comment. A public hearing will be held if Ecology determines there is significant public interest. Written comments will be accepted Aug. 22 - Sept. 21, 2018. Submit comments: By email: Ryan.Vicente@ecy.wa.gov Or by mail: Department of Ecology, Air Quality Program, Eastern Regional Office, 4601 N. Monroe, Spokane, WA 99205 Project documents are available for public review at the following locations: Online at https://ecology.wa.gov/WardenOB3 Warden City Hall, 121 S Main St, Warden, WA 98857 For more information, call Ryan Vicente at 509-454-7899. To request ADA accommodation, call 360-407-6800, 711 (relay service), or 877-833-6341 (TTY). Para asistencia en espaņol: preguntas@ecy.wa.gov. #08045/218265 Pub: August 22, 2018

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