Township Council Ok’s More Than $120,000 In Services Contracts

Contracts worth more than $120,000 were approved February 9 by the Township Council.

The Council approved contracts to provide employee health services, and for maintenance for the township 9-1-1 system.

A $30,000 contract for employee health services was awarded to Robert Wood Johnson Physician Enterprise P.A./Urgent Med of Philadelphia.

According to the contract, services to be provided include

  • Pre-Employment physicals
  • Promotional physicals
  • Employee return to work examinations
  • Employee drug and alcohol screenings
  • TB Testing
  • Work-related vaccinations (Rabies, Hepatitis B).

The Council also awarded a $66,000 contract to the United States Postal Service for postage machine postage.

Finally, the Council also authorized a $27,772.59 payment on a maintenance contract for the township 9-1-1 system to Vesta Solutions of California.

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