Liberty Lake Sewer and Water District No. 1 Request for Qualifications for Legal Services
Liberty Lake Sewer and Water District, No. 1 is a special purpose district of the State of Washington authorized pursuant to Title 57 RCW. The District is governed by a Board of Commissioners consisting of three elected members. The District is managed by the District General Manager, BiJay Adams who oversees 13 full time and part time employees. The District provides water and sewer services to approximately 4,000 households and a significant number of industrial and commercial customers. The District has an extensive program designed to protect and enhance the water quality of Liberty Lake including the regulation of the disposal and treatment of storm water runoff within the water shed of Liberty Lake; the maintenance of the adjudicated water level of Liberty Lake; and the monitoring and treatment of noxious aquatic plants and algae growth. The District operates a 2,000,000 gallon per day capacity Water Reclamation Facility which discharges treated effluent to the Spokane River as permitted by a National Pollution Discharge Elimination System Permit. The Districtâ€™s present legal counsel, Stanley R. Schultz, has represented the District for 35 years and will be retiring on December 31, 2019.
The District is soliciting sealed Proposals in response to this Request for Qualifications (RFQ) from attorneys and law firms to provide legal services to the District as the Districtâ€™s Legal Counsel. In order to be considered, responses must address the inquiries and information requested in this RFQ. Any questions regarding this RFQ should be addressed to BiJay Adams, District General Manager at firstname.lastname@example.org or (509) 922-9016.
Sealed proposals and responses to this RFQ should be mailed or delivered to the District to the attention of BiJay Adams, 22510 E. Mission Ave., Liberty Lake, WA 99019. Proposals must be received and in-hand by the District no later than 5:00 PM on September 30, 2019. All proposals submitted become the property of the District and may be subject to the Public Records Act, Ch. 42.56, Revised Code of Washington (RCW).