Goshen awards Adamis towing contract

| 15 Nov 2017 | 02:53

By Geri Corey
— After meeting all criteria set forth by the Goshen Village Board, Adamis Towing was awarded the contract for providing 'round-the-clock service for the removal, towing, and storage impoundment of motor vehicles in the village.
The three-year contract was awarded at the Oct. 23 Village Board meeting. Including Adamis Towing, five firms were under consideration: LMR Towing and Recovery, Hambletonian Towing, Chet’s Garage, and K-Team Towing and Recovery.
According to the resolution that Mayor Kyle Roddey read at the meeting, village board members reviewed each proposal using specific criteria that included:
Experience, credentials and ability to provide a high level of service
Commitment to customer service; quality and performance of services offered
Completeness of proposal, including following direction and providing all requested information; and location, safety and security of a storage yard
“The village board finds that a contract award to Adamis Towing, Inc., is in the best interests of the village," the resolution states.
The mayor was authorized to sign the contract.
Other village news Lanc and Tully Engineering and Surveying was given the go ahead for surveying services for the future design and construction of water plant site improvements, as well as a new backwash water line. The fee for services is $6,700 0.
Village elections will take place on Tuesday, March 20, 2018. Needing to be filled are two vacated Trustee seats, each for a two-year term.
A public hearing is scheduled for Monday, Nov. 27, on Norabel Inc., 65 Spring St., Goshen, to change its zoning from R-3 to Industrial to build a warehouse storage facility. The meeting starts at 7 p.m. in Village Hall, 276 Main St., Goshen.