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City Calls for Bids for Janitorial Service and HVAC Systems in City Buildings

Earlier this week, Alameda City Council approved calls for bids for janitorial service and heating, ventilating and air conditioning (HVAC) maintenance in city facilities, including Fire Station #5 and a building at Alameda Point used by the fire department for training.

The janitorial bid request calls for Fire Station #5 at Alameda Point to be serviced three days per week, and building #522 at Alameda Point, used for Fire Department training, to be serviced twice per week. Use of Fire Station #5 as a fire response facility was discontinued in 2009, but the building continues to be used for Alameda Fire Department administrative offices; it would also be covered under the HVAC maintenance contract.

Earlier this month, Alameda voters rejected Measure C, a sales tax increase that proposed funding for a new Alameda Fire Department training facility, and renovations to Fire Station #3.

Councilmember Doug deHaan, who ultimately came out against Measure C, asked Public Works Director Matt Naclerio to confirm that both facilities were in use, which he did. “I attended training there [building #522] within the last year,” he said.

Twenty-two additional buildings owned by the City of Alameda are also to be covered under the HVAC contract.

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