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Township Council Votes On Spending More Than $1.8 Million For Products And Services

More than $1.8 million was earmarked for a number of suppliers for purchases for 2015 by the Township Council at its Feb. 3 meeting.

Items approved were:

  • $25,000 in engineering services to CME Associates of Parlin, The Reynolds Group of Raritan and Carroll Engineering of Hillsborough.
  • $10,979.40 for two AutoCAD license updates to DLT Solutions of Herndon, Va.
  • $20,000 for codification and printing of the township’s development ordinance to General Code Publishers of Rochester, NY.
  • $15,000 for legal advertising to the Princeton Packet, Star Ledger and NJ Press Media Solutions.
  • $20,000 for janitorial supplies from Central Poly Corp. of Linden; Spruce Industries of Rahway; All American Poly of Piscataway; Interbury Packaging Corp. of Montgomery, NY; United Sales of Brooklyn, NY; AmSan of Pennsauken and Bio-Shine of Spostwood.
  • $100,000 in building and industrial supplies to Home Depot of Atlanta, Ga.; Lowes of Wilkesboro, NC; WW Grainger of Cranford and Fastenel of New Brunswick.
  • $100,000 for road materials and beam guide rail to Eastern Concrete Material of Elmwood Park, Road Safety Systems of Vincentown, Tilcon New York of Wharton and Stavola of Tinton Falls.
  • $90,000 for police, fire and homeland security equipment and ammunition to General Sales Administration of Kenvil; Lawmen Supply Company of Egg Harbor City; East Coast Emergency Lighting of North Brunswick; Eagle Point Gun Shop of Thorofare; Continental Fire & Safety of Trenton; Galls of Lexington KY; Absolute Fire Protection of Plainfield; Atlantic Tactical of Somerset; Flemington Department Store of Flemington; 10-75 Emergency Lighting of Ringwood; Draeger Safety of Pittsburgh, PA; Samzies Uniforms of West Trenton; Sound Off of Hudsonville, MI; L-3 Mobile Vision of Boonton and Traffic Safety Services of South Plainfield.
  • $225,000 for police radio communications supplies and maintenance to Motorola of Bordentown, Triangle Communications of Scotch Plains and Communications Specialists of East Brunswick.
  • $700,000 for gasoline to Allied Oil Company of Hillsborough and National Fuel of Newark.
  • $75,000 for paper and office supplies to W.B. Mason of Secaucus; Staples of Framingham, MA; Paterson Paper of Paterson and Paper Mart of East Hanover.
  • $300,000 for auto and truck parts and maintenance, road maintenance equipment parts and supplies, snow plow parts and lawn and garden equipment and supplies to Genuine Parts NAPA of South Plainfield; Beyer Brothers of Fairview; Fingers Radiator Hospital of North Brunswick; Malouf Ford of North Brunswick; National Parts Supply Company of North Brunswick; Eagle Equipment of Somerville; W.E. Timmerman of Whitehouse; Norcia of North Brunswick; Giles & Ransome of Bensalem, PA; Jesco of South Plainfield; Goodyear Tire & Rubber of Akron, OH; Power Place of Rockaway;  Greelco of Newark; Cliffside of Fairview; A&K Equipment of Rahway; Cammps Hardware and Lawn Products of Belle Mead; H.A. DeHart of Thorofare and Storr Tractor of Branchburg.
  • $200,000 for computer supplies and accessories to Dell Marketing of Round Rock, Texas; Aspire Technology Partners of Hazlet; Hewlitt packard of Omaha, NE; SHI of Somerset; Apple of Cupertino, CA; W.B. Mason of Cranbury and CDW-G of Shelton, CT.
  • $50,000 for computer hardware to Dell Marketing of Round Rock, Texas; SHI of Somerset; Apple of Cupertino, CA and CDW-G of Shelton, CT.
  • $310,000 for software maintenance of more than $8,500 to Aspire of Hazlet; SHI of Somerset; Dyntek of Mt. Laurel; Spatial Data Logic of Somerset; QED of Malden, MA; Interact of Dallas, Texas; BOSS of Norcross, GA; Cassidian Communications of Franklin, TN; Communications Specialists of East Brunswick; Edmunds & Associates of Northfield; ESRI of redlands, CA; Everbridge of Glendale; IQM2 of Chicago, ILL; Millennium Communications of East Hanover; MorphoTrak of Albany, NY; Peak Software Systems of Sandy, UT; Predpol of Santa Cruz, CA; Vision Internet Providers of Santa Monica, CA and L-3 Comm. Mobile Communications of Boonton.
  • $15,000 in program suplies to S&S WOrldwide of Colchester, CT.
  • $30,000 in pool supplies and services to Leslie Poolmart of Swedesboro.
  • $100,000 in playground supplies from Safety Down Under of Pittstown.
  • $15,000 in biodegradable leaf bags to Dano Enterprises of Stamford, CT.
  • $20,000 in medical supplies from V.E. Ralph & Sons of Kearney.
  • $75,000 in catch basin supplies from Campbell Foundry Co. of Harrison.
  • $30,000 in signs and posts to Garden State Highway Products of Vineland and Custom Products Corp. of Jackson, MS.
  • $25,000 in electrical supplies from Griffith Electrical Supply of Trenton.

A number of the contracts are for vendors who are part of the state contract and commodity pricing program.

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