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Invitation To Bid



State of ConnecticutDepartment of Administrative ServicesINVITATION TO SUBMIT PROPOSALS FOR REAL PROPERTY FOR SALE As part of Connecticut State Veterans Cemetery Master Plan, The State of Connecticut’s Department of Veterans Affairs is seeking land in Middletown in an effort to plan for the future expansion of the existing Veterans Cemetery. The Department of Administrative Services will accept proposals for site offerings from property owners or their authorized representative(s) through 3 p.m. on February 15, 2021, to offer for sale up to 15 +/- acres of raw land suitable for future use as a cemetery, in Middletown. Only sale proposals will be accepted for review, no lease proposals will be considered. Offers from option holders will not be considered. Proponents shall submit the State of Connecticut Real Property Proposal Form in Section C of the RFP Package found under the following link: https://biznet.ct.gov/SCP_Search/BidResults.aspxProposals should be submitted electronically via email to thomas.piacenza@ct.govUsing the forms found under the above link. Proposals should contain reference to Solicitation Number RFP 21-01 and include the following information with as much supporting detail and documentation as available:a. Name of Proponentb. Sale Pricec. Any material conditions or contingencies sought by the ProponentProposals should be addressed exclusively to the attention of:Department of Administrative Services450 Columbus BoulevardHartford, CT 06103Attn: Statewide Leasing and Property Transfer – Suite 1402The State reserves the right to unilaterally and without cause accept or reject any or all Proposals, and to withdraw Requests for Proposals to Purchase at any time before or after a submittal period has closed and proposals have been opened. All property undergoing acquisition by DAS is subject, but not limited, to Connecticut General Statutes (CGS) 4b-21, 4b-27, as they may be amended. Further, if the Commissioner of the DAS deems it advisable, he may negotiate with any of the proponents in order to obtain a deal that is the best interests of the state.The seller is hereby noticed that should their Proposal be accepted they will be required to enter into a purchase and sale agreement. No purchase and sale agreement shall be binding and effective upon the State until such agreement is approved by the Deputy Commissioner of DAS Real Estate and Construction, the Deputy Secretary of the Office of Policy and Management, the State Properties Review Board and the Attorney General’s Office. At the time the proponent as seller executes said purchase and sale agreement, proponent shall be required, if applicable, to sign certain affidavits and/or certificates. If the contract has a value of $50,000 or more, the seller will be required to sign and submit, at the time of execution of the purchase and sale, a certification, certifying that you, your company, and specified other individuals have given no gifts to DAS personnel and other individuals set forth in the certification. See https://portal.ct.gov/DAS/Leasing-and-Property-Transfer/Lease-Space-to-the-State/Documents, click on Affidavits, click on Contractor/Consultant Certification or see Conn. Gen. Stat. §4-252. Pursuant to Conn. Gen. Stat. §4-252(d), any bidder, proposer, or person who responded to a request for qualifications for a contract with a value of $50,000 or more who does not make this certification shall be disqualified. BE ADVISED, pursuant to Conn. Gen. Stat. §9-612, any person submitting a Proposal shall be deemed a Prospective State Contractor and thereby subject to the prohibition on gifts and campaign contributions contained in Section 9-612.Proposal information and related forms may be obtained using the “BizNetâ€? link at or by emailing thomas.piacenza@ct.gov. The submission of a proposal shall not bind the State of Connecticut, nor does it constitute a competitive bid. The Department of Administrative Services reserves the right to reject any and all proposals.Josh Geballe, Commissioner

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