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Book sale this weekend @ library...SAVE date: JOB SEMINAR (Nov 8)...RFP for Westhelp posted on web
Release Date: October 12, 2012

ANNUAL BOOK SALE SPONSORED BY THE FRIENDS OF THE GREENBURGH LIBRARY:
 
FRIDAY, October 12th - Members ONLY Preview from 6 PM to 8 PM
SATURDAY, October 13th - 10 AM to 5 PM
SUNDAY, OCTOBER 14th - 12 Noon to 4:30 PM
MONDAY, OCTOBER 15th - 10 AM to 5 PM
 
Save the date: Thursday, November 8  10:30 AM to noon, Greenburgh library—new job opportunities in Westchester program—designed to help you find employment. Speaker: Larry Gottlieb, director of Economic Development for the county. Larry will present a snapshot of new business development in the county, where the jobs are, where they will be, what the present and future growth industries are, how your skills can fit and how the county is retaining existing business.
 
The following RFP for the WESTHELP property is posted on the town website. We are actively looking for proposals to manage the property. Please share with friends, colleagues. If you are in the business of managing affordable housing – we invite you to submit a bid!
PAUL FEINER
 
 
 
TOWN of GREENBURGH
Office of the Town Attorney
177 Hillside Avenue
Greenburgh, New York 10607
Telephone (914) 993-1546
 
 
 
 
TOWN OF GREENBURGH
REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS
 
FOR THE MANAGEMENT OF EXISTING APARTMENTS OR FOR THE REDEVELOPMENT OF THE 108 UNIT FACILITY ON THE SIX-ACRE FORMER WESTHELP PROPERTY, WHICH IS LOCATED AT THE KNOLLWOOD GATE ENTRANCE TO WESTCHESTER COMMUNITY COLLEGE FOR A PERIOD OF AT LEAST 20 YEARS.  THE COUNTY OF WESTCHESTER IS THE OWNER OF THE SIX-ACRE PARCEL AND WOULD PREFER THAT THE EXISTING APARTMENTS AND ADMINISTRATION/SCHOOL BUILDING BE MAINTAINED. THE TOWN WILL ENTERTAIN PROPOSALS THAT COULD INCLUDE REHABILITATION OR REDEVELOPMENT OF EXISTING BUILDINGS AND STRUCTURES IF SUCH REDEVELOPMENT PROPERTY WOULD ENHANCE THE COUNTY OF WESTCHESTER’S AFFORDABLE HOUSING INITIATIVE.
 
Westhelp Aerial 3
 
 
TOWN OF GREENBURGH
REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS
 
FOR THE MANAGEMENT OF EXISTING APARTMENTS OR FOR THE REDEVELOPMENT OF THE 108 UNIT FACILITY ON THE SIX-ACRE FORMER WESTHELP PROPERTY, WHICH IS LOCATED AT THE KNOLLWOOD GATE ENTRANCE TO WESTCHESTER COMMUNITY COLLEGE FOR A PERIOD OF AT LEAST 20 YEARS.  THE COUNTY OF WESTCHESTER IS THE OWNER OF THE SIX-ACRE PARCEL AND WOULD PREFER THAT THE EXISTING APARTMENTS AND ADMINISTRATION/SCHOOL BUILDING BE MAINTAINED. THE TOWN WILL ENTERTAIN PROPOSALS THAT COULD INCLUDE REHABILITATION OR REDEVELOPMENT OF EXISTING BUILDINGS AND STRUCTURES IF SUCH REDEVELOPMENT PROPERTY WOULD ENHANCE THE COUNTY OF WESTCHESTER’S AFFORDABLE HOUSING INITIATIVE.
 
The Town of Greenburgh will be considering proposals for the management of existing apartments or for the redevelopment of the 108 unit facility on the six-acre former WestHELP complex, which is located at the Knollwood Gate entrance to Westchester Community College, for a period of at least 20 years.  The County of Westchester is the owner of the six-acre parcel and would prefer that the existing apartments and administration/school building be maintained. The Town will entertain proposals that could include rehabilitation or redevelopment of existing buildings and structures if such redevelopment property would enhance the County of Westchester’s affordable housing initiative. Redevelopment (including demolishment or significant alterations of the existing buildings) will be considered if the redevelopment proposals would generate more revenue to the Town than usage of existing buildings and provide better affordable housing options for tenants.
 
BACKGROUND
 
The Town of Greenburgh is located in the south central portion of Westchester County in New York State and includes 31 square miles of land between the Hudson River on the west and the Bronx River on the east. It contains five (5) major highways and parkways (I-87, I-287, the Bronx River, Sprain Brook and Saw Mill Parkways), and three major commercial corridors (Central Park Avenue, Route 119 and Route 9A).
 
The Town is bounded on the north by the Town of Mount Pleasant and on the south by the City of Yonkers. East of the Bronx River are the Town of North Castle, the City of White Plains and the Village/Town of Scarsdale.  There are six incorporated villages within the Town:  Ardsley, Dobbs Ferry, Elmsford, Hastings-on-Hudson, Irvington and Tarrytown.  The unincorporated area of the Town of Greenburgh, hereinafter referred to as “Unincorporated Greenburgh,” is the subject of this Request for Proposal (RFP). Unincorporated Greenburgh is approximately 18 square miles and includes numerous neighborhoods.  It is serviced by three fire districts, seven fire protection districts and nine separate school districts.  Unincorporated Greenburgh’s population can be characterized as ethnically, racially and economically diverse.  According to the U.S. Census Bureau, Census 2010, the Unincorporated Greenburgh has a total population of 42,863. According to the U.S. Census Bureau, American Community Survey, 2007, the median income in the Town of Greenburgh is $97,147 per household versus the Westchester County average of $77,856 per household.
 
INTENT
 
The Town is seeking qualified management and/or development proposals for the vacant facility located on an approximately six acre property which has a property address of One WestHELP Drive in the Town.  The subject property was formerly subleased by the Town to a homeless housing nonprofit organization known as “WestHELP” which provided emergency homeless housing and related services to families with young children. WestHELP previously operated the 108 unit facility comprising of a portion of Sheet 18, Parcel 128 of the Assessment Map of the Town, formerly known as “Hartford Estate”, pursuant to a ten year Sublease Agreement with the Town which expired on September 30, 2011.
 
The County of Westchester is the owner of the six acre parcel, which is located adjacent to the Westchester Community College campus in the Town and more particularly described in Exhibit A annexed hereto.  By a lease dated April 26, 1990, (the “Town Master Lease”), the County of Westchester leased the Premises to the Town for a period of thirty (30) years, commencing upon the expiration of a separate lease, dated April 24, 1990, (the “WestHELP Lease”) between the County and WestHELP, a New York not-for-profit corporation .
 
By a three-party agreement among the County, the Town and WestHELP, dated September 18, 2001, (1) the WestHELP Lease was deemed to have expired on September 17, 2001, (2) the Town Master Lease was acknowledged as having commenced as of September 18, 2001, and (3) the Town agreed to sublease the Premises to WestHELP (the “WestHELP Sublease”) for the period commencing on September 18, 2001 and continuing through September 30, 2011. The WestHELP Sublease has now expired and the subject property and facility are controlled by the Town until at least September 30, 2031.
 
The Town Master Lease Agreement with the County of Westchester contemplated a use of the property for low to moderate income rental housing at the end of the WestHELP lease term.  The Town is now seeking to have the property managed, developed or redeveloped in a manner that complies with Westchester County’s requirement that the property be used for low to moderate income housing.  While the Town will entertain all offers to manage, develop or re-develop the property, the County will be a party to any sublease agreement and has expressed a desire that existing property improvements and infrastructure be preserved to the greatest extent possible.
 
The County of Westchester has also indicated that it would consider entering into a long term lease with an approved manager or developer, at the expiration of the Town’s Master Lease on September 20, 2031 and that such developer would have the right and option to renew the Lease for five (5) additional periods of ten (10) years each, subject to and on all of the terms and conditions contained in any Agreement.
 
 
 
PROPERTY DESCRIPTION
 
The subject property is located between Knollwood Road to the west, Hillside Avenue (Route 100B) to the east, Hartford Lane and Payne Road to the north, and Old Tarrytown Road to the south.  A portion of the site is currently developed and is zoned as Residential (R-30), although the Town would consider proposals that include applications to rezone the property which would also be subject to County approval.
 
The former facility operated at the Site was designed and built to make the same suitable for use as permanent housing and includes off-site improvements reasonably necessary for the operation of the facility (i.e. roads, utilities etc.).
 
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RFP SUBMISSION REQUIREMENTS
 
The Town Board invites proposed property developers and/or operators, or representatives on their behalf, to provide information as to the firm’s qualifications and experience in developing properties and/or operating facilities related to municipal owned properties.  Listed below are areas of specific importance that should be addressed; however, responders are encouraged to provide any additional information that would assist the Board in making their selection:
 

 
Please provide the above information by December 1, 2012.  The Town Board will select a principal from firms that respond to this request.
 
 
 
Each proposal in response to this RFP must be formatted as a single bound volume and must be submitted at or before the time and date set forth in this RFP.  The Town of Greenburgh Town Board (the “Town”) may, in its sole discretion, reject any submission filed after the deadline.
 
  1. Responses shall remain valid, active and firm for a period of 180 days from the due date.
 
  1. Each Respondent must submit the information requested in standard letter size format for their proposal to be complete (fold out documents will be accepted).
 
  1. The outside of the package containing a proposal should be clearly marked with “"PROPOSAL FOR ONE WESTHELP DRIVE SITE".”
 
  1. All submittals must include a minimum of the elements as described in i through vii below.  Although the Town is not obligated to evaluate incomplete submittals or to accept additional and supplemental materials, it may choose to do so.
 
  1. All submittals should be concise and address the Town’s goals and objectives as listed in this RFP and relevant support documents:
 
  1. Cover Letter and Executive Summary
 
The submittal must include a cover letter with a statement that the individual signing the letter is authorized to obligate the entity to proceed with negotiation of a “Development Agreement” should the entity be tentatively designated as the developer for the property.
 
The proposal must also include an executive summary of the principal elements of the submittal, including a project description and schedule, as well as the development team’s approach to the development, mix of uses, open space, financing, environmental processing, and terms.
 
PLEASE NOTE, the Town is will enter into a sublease for property with the selected developer.
 
  1. Development Team, Relationships and References
 
The Town seeks sufficient information about the redevelopment team to make an informed judgment as to how well the team could perform in the role of developer of the proposed plan and to compare the qualifications of the development teams associated with the proposals submitted.  Respondents are free to present this information in a format and a degree of detail that, in their judgment, is adequate for these purposes.
 
 
 
 
The following is a suggested format for consideration:
 
• The redevelopment team description shall include the corporation, joint venture or other entity that would serve as the Designated Redeveloper of the proposed development and would be party to the Redevelopment Agreement with the Town.  If the entity is a subsidiary of, or otherwise affiliated with another organization, the Respondent shall indicate such a relationship.
• Identify all participants in the Respondent’s development team including those members responsible for the building design, landscape and site design, land use planning, engineering, permitting, legal and financial analysis, and community relations, as well as investors and proposed lending institutions.  This information should include, but not be limited to, company profiles of firms on the proposed team and individual resumes of key personnel who would be assigned to the project.  Brochures detailing the individual team members’ qualifications may be included as an appendix.
• Submit an organizational chart showing all team members, the responsibility of each team member, and the proposed interrelationships of the team with the Town during the design, development and operation of the project.
• For each company/individual involved in the development, construction or operation of the redevelopment, identify the company or individual involved, including the name, address, telephone and fax numbers and primary contact person for each listing.  The list of companies and individuals shall include at least the following:
  • Developer
  • Architect(s) (site, buildings, landscape)
  • Land Use/Environmental Planner (if known)
  • Engineer(s) (geo-technical, traffic, structural, etc., if known)
  • Attorney(s) (if known)
  • Lender(s) (if known)
  • General Contractor (if known)
  • Other
 
• For each member of the Respondent’s team noted above, identify the names of all principals who will be responsible for the redevelopment, construction and operation of the proposed redevelopment and provide professional resumes for each such principal.
• The proposal shall identify the persons responsible for each activity related to the permitting, design, financing and construction of the project.  The proposal shall identify one or more individuals who have full power and authority on behalf of the Respondent’s team to negotiate and execute the Agreement, if the Respondent is chosen for negotiation of the Agreement.
• Three (3) references are required that can specifically address the capability of the Respondent to undertake similar development projects.  References should include name, title, addresses, telephone numbers, fax numbers, and email addresses and a brief description of the relationship to the development entity in regard to previous experience.
 
In addition, the proposal should identify any potential conflicts that the individual team members or firms may have because of current or prior relationships with the Town of Greenburgh, Town of Greenburgh related boards and individuals, or its consultants.  The Town reserves the right, in its sole discretion, to request additional information on potential conflicts of interest and to limit or prohibit the part the participation of any team member or firm due to any such conflict of interest.  To the extent that public disclosure laws may be applicable, participants in the development team shall be responsible for complying with all applicable requirements.
 
  1. Project Experience
 
The Town is seeking sufficient information regarding the Respondent’s project experience to make a judgment as to how well the team could perform in the role of redeveloper of the project site, and to compare with the experience of other redevelopment teams.  The following information is suggested to meet this requirement.  Respondents are free to present this information in a degree of detail that in their judgment is adequate for these purposes:
 
All individuals listed as contacts on existing projects may be contacted and should be available to assess the Respondent’s record relating to the project(s).  In addition, the Town may consult references familiar with the Respondent or members of the Respondent’s team regarding past experience, qualifications, performance, or other matters, regardless of whether the specific individuals are identified in the proposal. The proposal should demonstrate that all of the team members have experience in the redevelopment of similar size and scope projects in a comparable suburban setting.
 
To the extent that a developer cannot demonstrate the proper strength in a particular area, the developer will be required to hire or joint venture with an entity that has strength in that particular area.  The developer must provide the names of the persons on the development team and the corporate structure to be responsible for the planning and implementation of the project.
 
iv)  Understanding of the Redevelopment Process
 
The proposal should clearly demonstrate an understanding of the scope and tasks required for the design, permitting, financing, construction and leasing/sale of the proposed redevelopment and the challenges to successful completion of such a project in accordance with the project schedule.  The Respondent should demonstrate an understanding of the challenges of undertaking and completing the project in Unincorporated Greenburgh by including in its proposal, among other things, a detailed plan schedule for meetings and dealing with all relevant constituencies and organizations.
 
With respect to project financing, each Respondent should demonstrate its approach to the financing, the risks and issues involved and how the Respondent will mitigate these financial risks and address the issues.
 
v)  Project Schedule
 
The respondent shall describe the proposed project schedule including key steps in, permitting, financing, design, construction (including start and completion), and leasing/sale and occupancy.
 
vi) Proposed Management/Redevelopment Program
 
Each proposal should include a program description reflecting the contemplated building design. Submissions of conceptual site plans with representative building elevations are encouraged. The program description should include, at a minimum, the following:
 
(1) The proposed development shall include a preliminary concept plan indicating the proposed use, grading, drainage, circulation, parking, views, street tree planting along street frontages, fences and walls, if any, landscaping, screening, the exterior design of the building, structures and any signs.
(2) A rendering of the site and building (s).
(3) Identify views to and from the area of the proposed development from surrounding roads and properties. Utilizing photographs, cross sections, sketches and photo simulations of the proposed development, and the visual impact the proposed development will create from all surrounding vantage points, as appropriate.
(4) A detailed account of proposed terms.
(5) A statement that the Respondent’s will hold the Town harmless for any material or condition found on the property.
(6) An affirmative statement that the Respondent will not require any financial assistance from the Town.
(7) Time periods for commencing and completing construction, and opening for business.
(8) Estimated development cost, and verifiable evidence of financial capability.
(9) A primary contact name and numbers including phone, fax, and email.
(10) An affirmative statement that the Town will not be required to pay any closing costs, inspection fees or professional fees.
(11) An expeditious planning and construction schedule that would meet or beat the following time periods for each phase of development:
A. Submit application for site plan approval not later than 45 days after Town approval of development agreement.
B. Commence construction not later than 180 days after site plan approval.
C. Complete construction not later than 365 days after commencing construction.
D. Open for business and have a certificate of occupancy not later than 30 days after completing construction.
Each proposal should also provide information on employment generation (construction and permanent jobs), secondary spending on and off-site, as well as property taxes to be generated.
 
vii) Proposed Project Cost and Capital Structure; Financial Capacity
 
The proposal shall contain, with sufficient detail, the key financial components of the respondent’s proposal, including rental terms, price point projections, revenue projections, and the Respondent’s financing strategy.  At a minimum, the Statement of Proposed Financial Terms and Assumptions should include the following (draft development pro formas are encouraged):
 
(1) Respondents should describe their plans for funding all required improvements, including identifying sources of funds.  Such description should include the proportion of equity to debt financing, and identify any special restrictions or conditions associated with the financing plan.
 
Respondents should also include evidence of financing resources and their concurrence with the proposed development program.  A financial statement, at delivery of Proposal, or prior to short-listing, supporting the Respondent’s capability of undertaking this project including company operating revenues and expenses, history of debt repayments, and letters of credit.
 
(2) Identify any local, state or federal financial assistance that will be required to implement the project.  Although it is recognized that public monies may be needed to bring this project to completion, the greater the respondent relies upon on subsidies the less favorably the proposal will be evaluated.  To the extent the Respondent intends to utilize grant or other public funds, describe the source of such funds and the status of any commitments from the granting agency, and the Respondent’s experience in obtaining such funds;
 
(3) Respondents are expected to conduct their own market research/study to identify potential demand, along with any other research necessary to justify any assumptions and projections that they may make.
 
viii) Other Factors
 
Although there is no obligation to do so, each Respondent should feel free to provide a description of other factors not accounted for in the RFP that the Respondent believes underscore the Respondent’s qualifications to undertake the project and what is “unique” about its development concept.
 
 
 
 
 
SELECTION PROCESS OVERVIEW AND SELECTION CRITERIA
 
a) Process Overview
On or before the time specified in this RFP, each Respondent will submit a proposal in response to this RFP.  The Town will evaluate the proposals based upon responsiveness to items listed in Part 4 of this RFP. The Town may develop a short list from the RFP’s reviewed.  If so, the Town will conduct interviews.  Project teams selected to appear for an interview will be notified in writing, by mail, facsimile transmission, or otherwise, of the time and place of the interview.
 
Respondents may be asked to answer written questions based upon their first and best final proposals until the Town has made a final selection.  In addition, further information and detail about proposals may be requested.  Such information may include pre-schematic architectural drawings, a more comprehensive project financing package, a final list of team members and further explanation of the development program.
 
The Town may, in order to facilitate the selection or ranking of the Respondents, visit the offices of each Respondent, upon reasonable prior notice, to observe the office facilities and conduct further interviews, or conduct site visits to observe one or more of the developments identified by a Respondent.
 
Once a team is selected, the Town will begin negotiations with one or more of the selected teams that will ultimately result in a developer’s designation by the Town Board of the Town of Greenburgh and the execution of a redeveloper’s agreement.  If the Town believes that an agreement cannot be reached with the selected teams, the Town at its sole option may terminate negotiations.  The Town may, at this time, choose to entertain proposals from other teams that may be on a short list.
 
The Town will evaluate all proposals based upon the criteria and procedures identified in this RFP.  The Town reserves the right in its discretion to make a selection based directly on the proposals submitted or to negotiate further with one or more of the Respondents. The Respondent selected under this RFP will be chosen on the basis of ability to best meet the overall objectives of the Town, as determined by the Town in its sole and absolute discretion.
 
In the event that the applicant seeks to demolish existing buildings or come up with a proposal that differs from the terms of the lease the Town has with the County, the proposal may have to be submitted to the Westchester County Executive and Board of Legislators for approval.
 
The criteria described below will be employed in assessing the merits of each qualified proposal received by the Town:
 
i) Experience and Qualifications of Respondent
• Whether the Respondent has sufficient and proven experience and capabilities to perform all aspects of the project as outlined in this RFP, as well as, the developers demonstrated capabilities in executing projects of this type and magnitude;
• Experience and qualifications of Respondent and key personnel related to consistent quality management, maintenance, and operation of the type of project and uses proposed. Relevant factors will include experience and qualifications specifically related to (i) ability to implement complex development projects effectively, (ii)
demonstrated success working cooperatively with public agencies, (iii) developer’s team operational approach, including the proposed timeline for development; and (iv) other special qualifications that may be relevant to the successful implementation of the project;
 
• Financial capacity of the Respondent to cover initial capital expenditures and operating cost: including: (i) ability to raise capital for the project, either through equity capital and unsubordinated debt financing, and/or private charitable funds and governmental grant funds; (ii) strength of current relationships with funding sources, including financial institutions; and (iii) overall financial track record.
 
ii) Experience and Qualifications of Respondent’s Quality of Proposal
 
• Quality of developer's approach to the project, the extent to which the project meets the Town’s objectives to create a high quality development;
• Potential social and economic contributions to the Town; and
• The extent to which the Plan demonstrates Respondent’s commitment to create or retain jobs for Greenburgh residents, especially economically disadvantaged persons, and to provide minority and women-owned business enterprises with an equal opportunity to compete for, and participate, in project development and operations.
 
iii) Cost and Time Effectiveness
 
• Feasibility of Respondent’s proposal, Proposals with definite funding sources will be rated more favorably than those with indefinite funding sources;
 
• Proposals that have no or minimal reliance on direct Town funding will be more favorably rated;
 
• Reasonableness of Respondent’s underlying assumptions, including proposed terms of rent;
 
• A project schedule that effectively and efficiently achieves a successful development in a relatively short timeframe; and
 
• Other factors, as appropriate.
 
iv) Project Innovation – Sustainable Design
 
• The developer must provide a narrative, along with samples or a model outlining the use of innovative techniques that are significantly superior to what is typical in such development. Demonstrated capability in project design and sensitivity to environmental issues and adjacent land uses, including architectural design, landscape design, building massing, sustainable development strategies, creative design and construction.
• The extent by which the proposal contains environmental performance, energy efficiency, and quality living spaces, if applicable, as well as innovative green design and building technologies.
 
PROPOSAL PACKAGE
 
Please submit ten (10) copies of the Proposal and one (1) electronic copy on CD or flash drive in .PDF format.
 
DELIVERY
 
Proposals should be marked "PROPOSAL FOR SIX-ACRE PARCEL
OF LAND LOCATED AT THE KNOLLWOOD GATE ENTRANCE TO WESTCHESTER COMMUNITY COLLEGE” and delivered:
 
(1) By hand, courier, USPS, FEDEX, UPS or recognized overnight courier to the Town of Greenburgh, Town Attorney’s Office, 177 Hillside Avenue, Greenburgh, NY, 10607.
 
DEADLINE 5:00 P.M. LOCAL TIME DATE
 
Proposals received after the specified time and date will not be considered. The Town will not be responsible for failure of the United States Postal Service, private courier, or any other delivery means to deliver a proposal to the appointed place at the specified time in order to be considered.
 
SCHEDULE
 
(1) Issue/advertise Request for Proposal ………….………………….........………..October 15
(2) Last day for questions………………………….……………………………...... October 30
(3) Proposals due by 5:00 P.M…………………………………………………….. December 1
(4) Selection of Developer…...……………………………….…………………...December 20
(5) Finalized development agreement ...................................................not later than January 15
 
SELECTION
 
The Town shall review all qualified proposals and the proposal selected, if any, that is determined to be in the public interest for uses, will be presented at a Town Board work session for consideration.
 
 
 
DEVELOPMENT AGREEMENT
 
Subsequent to the award, a finalized development agreement between the Town and the Respondent must be approved by the Town Board of the Town of Greenburgh.
 
INQUIRIES AND QUESTIONS
 
All inquiries, questions, requests for interpretation, or clarification must be submitted in writing, either by e-mail or by facsimile and shall arrive not later than 5:00 PM, DATE.
 
TOWN CONTACT
 
Timothy W. Lewis, Town Attorney, Town of Greenburgh at (914) 993-1546 or by FAX (914) 993-1656, or by email to tlewis@greenburghny.com.
 
Additional information and copies of this RFP may be downloaded at www.greenburghny.com
 
TOWN RESERVATIONS
 
The Town reserves the right to:
a) Modify, waive, or otherwise vary the terms and conditions of this RFP at any time, including but not limited to, deadlines for submission and proposal requirements.
b) Select one or more proposals to develop the entire site or a portion thereof; or award the developments rights for the site to more than one developer.
c) Waive irregularities in the proposals.
d) Reject or refuse any or all proposals.
e) Cancel and withdraw this RFP at any time.
f) Negotiate with any or all Respondents in order to obtain terms most beneficial to the Town.
g) Accept the proposal which, in its sole and absolute discretion, best serves the interest of the Town.
 
DISCLOSURE
 
a) Information contained in this RFP regarding the site is believed to be reliable; however, interested parties should rely on their own experts for counsel.
b) All proposals submitted to the Town are subject to public disclosure pursuant to Public Officers Law, Article 6 Freedom of Information Law. An exception may be made for submitted information by the Respondent, pursuant to FOIL.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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