City of Trenton, MO
Grundy County
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[Ord. No. 2015-36 §1, 4-13-2015]
Trenton Municipal Utilities may occasionally supply manpower and equipment on projects not directly related to the operations of the City of Trenton or Trenton Municipal Utilities. Prior to providing any assistance, the entity requesting the assistance shall submit a request to the City Administrator that outlines the assistance requested.
[Ord. No. 2015-36 §1, 4-13-2015]
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Requests for assistance should be submitted to the City Administrator at least two (2) business days prior to the work being contemplated. All requests for assistance must contain at least the following information to be considered:
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The name or the organization seeking assistance, whether such entity is for profit, the name of the contact person and phone number for such person;
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A description of the project and assistance being requested, estimated duration of assistance and schedule and frequency of the assistance being sought; and
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Verification that the organization seeking assistance has attempted to have the work completed without the assistance of the City of Trenton and is unable to obtain the services so needed. This verification should include a brief detail of the reasons why others were unable to provide the services requested.
[Ord. No. 2015-36 §1, 4-13-2015]
All requests are subject to the availability of the equipment and/or manpower such that the assistance is not expected to be detrimental to the operations of Trenton Municipal Utilities. The City of Trenton reserves the right to decline any request submitted for any reason. The City Administrator has the authority to grant such requests.
[Ord. No. 2015-36 §1, 4-13-2015]
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Billing for assistance provided pursuant to this Chapter shall be as follows:
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All for-profit entities will be subject to be invoiced for the work completed unless the City Administrator or City Council waives some or all of the charges if the work is determined to be a viable community service that provides a benefit to the community.
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Not-for-profit entities will not be billed for labor or equipment costs incurred within normal operating hours unless the level of assistance being requested is above and beyond what the City Administrator and/or City Council considers acceptable. All additional work will be subject to billing.
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All labor costs, if any are billed, will be invoiced at the actual salary of the employee plus fifty percent (50%) to cover overhead costs.
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If the work is to be completed outside the normal working hours of the City of Trenton, the costs of labor, including overtime, will be billed to the organization requesting the assistance.
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All equipment costs, if any are billed, will be invoiced at the rates utilized for equipment at the time of service. These rates are available in advance if so requested.