Document 52318

Request for Proposal
CITY OF NEW BEDFORD
Environmental Stewardship
New Bedford Riverwalk Planning and Design
New Bedford, Massachusetts
# 15171020
July 28, 2014
Jonathan F. Mitchell
Mayor
Environmental Stewardship
133 William Street
New Bedford, MA 02740
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CITY OF NEW BEDFORD
MASSACHUSETTS
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REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL 15171020
The City of New Bedford, Purchasing Department, in conjunction with the Treasurer’s Office is
soliciting proposals for New Bedford Riverwalk Planning and Design
Sealed proposals will be received by the Purchasing Department, in the office of the
Purchasing Agent, Room 208, City Hall, 133 William Street, New Bedford, Massachusetts,
02740, during business hours, until the date and time of the proposal opening.
PROPOSAL OPENING
Proposals will be opened
August 26, 2014 at
2:00 P.M. Prevailing Time
Contract Documents, including the General Conditions and Notice to Proposers, Form of
Contract, Specifications, and other Contract Documents, may be obtained and/or examined on or
after 07/28/2014 in the office of City of New Bedford, Purchasing Department, 133 William
Street, Room 208, New Bedford, MA 02740, (Monday thru Friday – 8:30 AM – 4:00 PM).
Documents may also be obtained by emailing [email protected] or
[email protected]
Attention is called to the fact that supplies furnished as part of this Contract are exempt from the
Sales and Use Tax. All proposals submitted should take this factor into consideration, and be
calculated accordingly.
The contract will be awarded within thirty (30) days after the proposal opening. The time for
award may be extended by mutual agreement between the City and the awarded vendor.
No Vendor may withdraw his/her proposal for a period of thirty (30) days, excluding Saturdays,
Sundays, and legal holidays, after the actual date of the opening thereof.
The Vendor must furnish a Non-Collusion Form and Statement of Taxes, with their proposal.
Proposals must include ALL DOCUMENTS required by the Request for Proposal. The
Awarding Authority reserves the right to waive any informality, reject any or all proposals, or
accept other than the lowest priced proposal.
AWARDING AUTHORITY
CITY OF NEW BEDFORD
PURCHASING DEPARTMENT
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City of New Bedford, Massachusetts
REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL # 15171020
GENERAL CONDITIONS AND NOTICE TO PROPOSERS
PROPOSAL FOR NEW BEDFORD RIVERWALK PLANNING AND DESIGN
1. Sealed proposals for the Purchase and delivery of the above will be received in the Purchasing
Department, Room 208, 133 William Street, New Bedford, MA, until August 26, 2014, at 2pm,
at which time all proposals received will be recorded in the presence of such proposers as desire
to be in attendance. No proposals will be accepted after the time and date specified. This is not a
public opening
2. There will be no scheduled bidder’s conference, however, all questions must be submitted to
Debra Travers, Chief Procurement Officer, City of New Bedford at [email protected] no later than 3:00 p.m. August 8, 2014. Answers will be provided by addendum via
email no later than August 14, 2013.
3. The proposer must submit their Technical Proposal and Price Proposal in separate sealed
envelopes bearing on the outside the name and address of the Proposer, addressed to the
Purchasing Agent, City Hall, New Bedford, MA 02740. The Technical Proposal must be
properly filled out, signed, sealed and endorsed: “Proposal # 15171020 – Technical Proposal”.
The Price Proposal must be properly filled out, signed, sealed and endorsed: “Proposal #
15171020 – Price Proposal”.
Telephone responses and faxed replies will not be accepted. No responsibility shall be attached
to any person or persons for the premature openings of proposals not properly marked.
4. Proposals that are incomplete, not properly endorsed, or signed, or which are otherwise contrary
to these instructions may be rejected as informal by the Procurement Officer.
5. The Proposer will be bound by all applicable statutory provisions of law of the Federal
Government, the Commonwealth of Massachusetts and of the City of New Bedford.
6. All submitted proposals and associated price quotes must be guaranteed to the City of New
Bedford for a period of thirty (30) days from the date of the proposal opening. If a contract is to
be awarded as a result of this RFP, it will be awarded within the thirty (30) day time period.
7. As provided by Massachusetts General Law, Chapter 64H, §6(d), purchases made by the City of
New Bedford are exempt from the payment of Federal Excise Taxes and Massachusetts Sales
Tax; any such taxes must not be included in the quoted price.
8. The City reserves the right to reject any and all proposals, and to make awards in a manner
deemed in the best interest of the City.
9. The Proposer will not be permitted to either assign or underlet the contract nor assign either
legally or equitably, any monies hereunder, or its claim thereto, without the previous written
consent of the Purchasing Agent.
10. All proposal prices stated must be firm.
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11. When submitting a proposal, the Proposer shall submit two (2) signed copies of the technical
proposal and one (1) copy of the price proposal. If the City accepts said proposal, it shall
constitute part of the contract.
12. Before submitting a proposal, each Proposer must make a careful study of the specifications
contained in this Request for Proposal document and fully assure themselves as to the quality,
quantity and type of services that the City is seeking to have performed.
13. The proposal for this work must cover all contingencies, including all labor and materials,
transportation, etc., necessary for the purchase and delivery/execution of the services required by
the City of New Bedford.
14. If proposers have any questions to ask about specifications or terms of this Request for
Proposals, they must be submitted either by mail, fax or email to [email protected] no later than 3:00 p.m. August 8, 2014. No further consideration will be given after the
proposal opening. A proposer may correct, modify or withdraw a proposal by written notice
received in the Office of the Purchasing Agent, prior to the time and date set for receiving of all
proposals.
15. The Proposer who is selected to provide services will be required to indemnify the City for all
damage to life and property that may occur due to their negligence or that of their employees,
subcontractors, etc., during the period of this contract.
16. The contract agreement will be in the form customarily employed by the City and is attached
hereto.
17. The specifications as detailed under part entitled TECHNICAL PROPOSAL SPECIFICATIONS
shall constitute a part of the contract of purchase, as well as all conditions listed on these first 2
pages. A copy of the successful Proposer’s/vendor’s proposal will be incorporated herein and
made a part of this contract.
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To the City of New Bedford, herein called the Owner, acting through its Treasurer/Collector, for
the purchase of New Bedford Riverwalk Planning and Design as required by the City of New
Bedford.
Proposers’ attention is called to Chapter 268A of the Massachusetts General Laws. In
connection with this statute, Proposer is required to submit the following information and any
other information deemed necessary by the Proposer. All of the following information regarding
the Proposer must be completed:
Please indicate business type by placing an X next to the appropriate category:
Corporation
Partnership
Proprietorship
If a Corporation, Full Legal Name
____________________________________________________________________________
State of Incorporation__________________________________________________________
If a Partnership, Full Legal Name
____________________________________________________________________________
If a Proprietorship, Name of Owner or d/b/a
____________________________________________________________________________
Principal Place of Business______________________________________________________
Place of Business in Massachusetts _______________________________________________
Business Mailing Address ______________________________________________________
______________________________________________________
Telephone Number: ______________________ Ext. ________
Qualified to do business in Massachusetts
YES
NO
Give full names and titles of all the persons and parties interested in the foregoing proposals.
(Note: give first and last names in full; in cases of corporations, give names of President,
Treasurer and Manager; and in cases of partnerships give names of the individual partners.)
Name
Title
_______________________________________ _____________________________________
_______________________________________ _____________________________________
_______________________________________ _____________________________________
_______________________________________ _____________________________________
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A foreign corporation is required to submit its certification of corporation from the
Massachusetts State Secretary’s Office, as required by Chapter 151 Section 156.d of the
Massachusetts General Laws.
PROPOSAL FOR NEW BEDFORD RIVERWALK PLANNING AND DESIGN
TECHNICAL PROPOSAL SPECIFICATIONS
The City of New Bedford, Massachusetts is seeking to plan and complete architectural design of
a public pathway along a 2+ mile stretch of the Upper Harbor of the Acushnet River in New
Bedford from Coggeshall Street to Wood Street. The successful proposer will be responsible for
supplying all labor and materials necessary to satisfy the requirements of this proposal.
One contract will be awarded to the one responsive and responsible Proposer whom the City
determines offers the most advantageous proposal, taking into consideration all evaluation
criteria set forth in the RFP, as well as price. The contract that is awarded as a result of this
Request for Proposals will be effective upon completed execution of a contract signed by both
the successful Proposer and the appropriate City officials. The contract will be for a period of 10
months, commencing upon award of the contract and anticipated to end in July, 2015.
TERMINATION CLAUSE
If at any time the Vendor fails to fulfill or comply with any of the requirements of this
proposal/contract, such as shoddy workmanship, executing improper operating procedures,
supplying sub-standard, improperly trained employees, not adhering to the work schedule, etc.,
the City, at its option, can terminate this contract upon thirty (30) days written notice to the firm.
SCOPE OF SERVICES
1.
BACKGROUND INFORMATION
New Bedford Harbor/Acushnet River was once enjoyed by thousands of residents and became
the source of the region’s and much of the United States’ wealth through the historic whaling and
fishing industries. During the late 1800s and early 1900s, however, the construction of mills and
manufacturing operations during a boom in textile manufacturing, created a physical barrier to
this resource. Use of industrial oils, metals and other hazardous materials in waterfront mills
directly resulted in one of New Bedford’s two Superfund Sites.
New Bedford is home to the largest Environmental Justice (EJ) community in Southeastern
Massachusetts and the industrial impact to the harbor is just one of many disproportionate
negative burdens that the community has had to bear.
EPA’s cleanup of New Bedford Harbor has been regrettably but understandably slow, as the
pace has depended upon the availability of funding. EPA’s recent settlement with AVX, a
significant polluter of New Bedford Harbor is expected to hasten the pace of EPA’s cleanup in
the upper harbor. The City of New Bedford has meanwhile begun anticipating the reclamation
of the harbor and the river as a means for the community to reconnect with the water.
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In early 2008, the city completed the Upper Harbor Community Vision and Action Plan. The
first phase of the process was a weekend-long community planning workshop that included
various charettes and in-depth discussions by a broad representation of over 100 stakeholders
including members of neighborhood associations, the Economic Development Council, city
staff, the Buzzards Bay Coalition, and other community members. One of the outcomes of this
planning process was the overwhelming support for the planning and construction of a
Riverwalk along the Acushnet River to bring the community back to its river and create
recreational and social opportunities for residents and visitors.
In 2009, the City of New Bedford requested $4.8M from the New Bedford Harbor Trustees
Council to take the Riverwalk project from conceptual design through construction. In 2009, the
Trustees awarded the City $2.9M to be administered by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric
Administration to engineer and construct Riverwalk. One key and fundamental element that
remained unfunded was the initial planning, conceptual, and architectural design. EPA recently
entered into a $100,000 Cooperative Agreement to fund this critical initial step as the cleanup
efforts have been accelerated.
The City is seeking an architectural firm with substantial and demonstrable experience in urban
waterfront planning, landscape architecture, and walkway design (Architect) to complete the
scope of work funded by this Cooperative Agreement. The City will be working with the New
Bedford Economic Development Council (NBEDC) and other stakeholders, collectively referred
to as the City Team, throughout the project.
2.
STUDY AREA AND TASKS
The proposed study area for this Cooperative Agreement, encompasses the 2¼ mile Riverwalk
project pathway and is limited to the shoreline properties adjacent to the Acushnet River from
River’s End Park southward to Coggeshall Street. Please refer to the attached Acushnet River
Upper Harbor New Bedford Riverwalk – Application for Cooperative Agreement (Application)
and attachments thereto for additional visual and narrative study area description.
Task 1: Site Investigation and Research
The Urban Architect/Planner shall thoroughly review previous community visioning studies,
planning documents, and charettes to be provided by the City Team. Upon completion of this
review, the City Team and Architect will meet to review project priorities. Plans to review
include, but are not limited to: (Existing plans and documents for review are available
electronically via links listed below)
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New Bedford 2020: A Citywide Master Plan, 2010;
http://www.vhb.com/newbedfordmasterplan/masterplan.asp
Final District Development Action Plan: Upper Harbor District, 2008
http://www.epa.gov/region1/superfund/sites/newbedford/507971.pdf
Historic Mill Inventory, North End Mill District portion, City of New Bedford, 2008;
http://www.newbedford-ma.gov/Planning/mills/10Mill_Inventory_northend.pdf
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Task 2: Existing Conditions and Reuse Analysis
To identify the most effective strategy to integrate the shoreline properties with the Riverwalk
project, the Urban Architect/Planner will review existing properties along the project path. This
will include evaluation of:
• Infrastructure;
 Potable Water (City of New Bedford, Department of Public Infrastructure [DPI])
 Wastewater (City of New Bedford, DPI)
 Storm Drainage (City of New Bedford, DPI)
 Electricity (NStar)
 Natural Gas (NStar)
 Roadways & Sidewalks (City of New Bedford, DPI)
• Zoning;
• Existing and potential land use;
• Historic or archeologically significant properties; and
• Natural resources and environmental features.
The Urban Architect/Planner will complete a build-out/reuse analysis deliverable document to
determine recommended upgrades, zoning changes, and policy needs for these project properties.
Task 3: Approach to Riverwalk Design and Elements
The Urban Architect/Planner will complete the following:
A. Review existing and potential access points to and pathways within the site, and make
recommendations for pedestrian, and bicycle, and alternative use within the site and into the
surrounding neighborhood. Consider safety and security to recommend primary gateways
and secondary access locations to Riverwalk.
B. Evaluate appropriate wayfinding and educational signage locations, content, and appearance.
C. Recommend construction materials and management of landscaping, hardscaping, and
gateways.
D. Develop and design an environmentally-sensitive lighting scheme and evaluate locations for
security video equipment.
E. Design lighting, site furnishings, gateways, and other such elements.
F. Evaluate and identify locations for the potential placement of tents and removable and/or
permanent structures, i.e., band shell or staging, for events ranging in scale.
G. Develop locations for public art and site features, including but not limited to: murals,
sculptures, benches, tables and bicycle racks.
H. Identify permitting requirements including but not limited to Chapter 91, MEPA, NOI, etc.
Task 3 will include draft conceptual designs for Riverwalk that include elements A through G, to
be reviewed by the City Team in preparation of Task 4.
Task 4: Community Participation
The City of New Bedford is committed to a high level of transparency and community
participation in all planning efforts relating to community revitalization.
Public outreach should serve to inform the public about the project and serve as a means for the
public to participate in forming the plan, thus ensuring community understanding and support.
The Urban Architect/Planner will create and implement a strategy to educate stakeholders/the
public and to generate support for the plan. There will be a minimum of two community
meetings. The first opportunity will be a meeting to be held upon completion of Task 3 and will
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include the presentation of conceptual designs. The second will be the presentation of the final
design following Task 5 and discussion of the implementation process.
Products:
• Marketing content (in all relevant languages; Spanish, Portuguese, and Cape Verdean Creole
are spoken in New Bedford, though not all languages may be used in this neighborhood) for
publicizing 2-3 public meetings, community input sessions, or charrettes
• Attendance and facilitation at all public meetings, community input sessions, or charrettes
• Visual aids and handouts for all public meetings, community input sessions, or charrettes
• Identification of engagement strategy to engage groups such as but not limited to government
entities, community groups, and businesses, that can assist in the implementation of the plan
• Analysis of community-identified priorities. This will include identifying concerns and
opportunities within the study area as identified by the community and stakeholders
Task 5: Final Design Development
Based on feedback received during the initial community participation event, the Urban
Architect/Planner will meet with the City Team to determine final design elements. The City
Team and Urban Architect/Planner will also review recommended policy, zoning, and /or
infrastructure changes necessary for design implementation. The Urban Architect/Planner will
provide permitting strategy regarding Chapter 91, MEPA, NOI, and/or other permits identified in
Task 3. The Urban Architect/Planner will draft design drawings for Riverwalk and provide them
to the City Team for review prior to the development of the final design documents. The Urban
Architect/Planner will prepare a detailed draft cost estimate with line items, based on the draft
design, which the City will review and then determine which actions may be undertaken by its
own Department of Infrastructure and/or the Department of Public Facilities, and which actions
must be publically bid. The City Team will review to ensure that the design incorporates the
City and the public’s input and evaluate the feasibility of the implementation of the design.
Task 6: Final Report and Design Documentation
The Urban Architect/Planner will develop final Riverwalk drawings in color in both electronic
(AutoCad or other program acceptable to the City) and hard copy format. The Urban
Architect/Planner will prepare a final report to include a summary of activities along with policy,
infrastructure, and zoning recommendations. Final design documentation will include material
and product specifications. The Architect’s design documentation will be suitable for delivery to
an engineer for final construction drawing and specification preparation. The Urban
Architect/Planner will deliver 10 color hard copies.
PLEASE RETURN WITH TECHNICAL PROPOSAL
SUBMISSION REQUIREMENTS
Proposers must submit two (2) originals of the Technical Proposal with all required information
included and one (1) original of the Price Proposal. The Technical and Price Proposals must be
submitted in separate sealed envelopes bearing on the outside the name and address of the
Proposer, addressed to the Procurement Officer of the City of New Bedford.
The Technical envelope must be labeled:
“Proposal # 15171020 Technical Proposal”
The Price envelope must be labeled:
“Proposal # 15171020 Price Proposal”
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Complete proposal packages must be received by:
August 26, 2014, at 2pm___
In the Office of the Purchasing Agent
Attn: Debra Travers, Chief Procurement Officer
New Bedford City Hall
133 William Street, Room 208
New Bedford, MA 02740
MINIMUM EVALUATION CRITERIA
The following information must be submitted with the proposal to be considered responsive.
These are minimum standards, considered essential for satisfactory performance of the contract.
• Inclusion of all documentation as specified within this RFP;
• Favorable responses on all references provided; and
• Evidence that the consultant firm has direct relevant experience with large-scale, urban,
waterfront master planning projects as well as direct relevant experience with land-use
planning and design projects on commercial industrial ports, with a similar or larger scale.
COMPARATIVE EVALUATION CRITERIA
Each of the following five criteria pertains to requirements listed in this RFP and will be applied
to all Technical Proposals submitted that meet the above minimum criteria. Each proposal will
receive one rating of Highly Advantageous, Advantageous, Not Advantageous or Unacceptable
for each criterion. The rating each criterion receives will be used to compile a composite rating
for each Proposer, to be used in the Selection Process segment of this RFP. If any criterion
receives a rating of “Unacceptable” that proposal will be REJECTED.
Each competing firm must submit a plan to complete the Scope of Work presented herein,
including the approach and timeline. Please include all assumptions and any information on
which you plan to rely on the City to provide. The City has referenced all known planning
documents in this RFP and will work with the selected consultant to identify any additional
information. Each firm must indicate if and how they meet the following Comparative
Evaluation Criteria.
1.
QUALITY OF PROPOSAL AND APPROACH
Each proposal will be evaluated based on the quality of its content, and will be rated-as follows:
• Highly Advantageous: The proposal contains strong and complete technical approach,
format and responsiveness to the RFP.
• Advantageous: The proposal contains a clear technical approach, format and
responsiveness to the RFP.
• Not Advantageous: The proposal contains a general technical approach, format and
responsiveness to the RFP.
• Unacceptable: The proposal does not contain a clear technical approach, format and
responsiveness to the RFP.
2.
QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE OF THE FIRM AND COMMITTED STAFF
Each Urban Architect/Planner must designate key staff and present qualifications and examples
of work. The Urban Architect/Planner must agree to commit key staff to the project for the
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duration of the contract and may not replace key staff without consent of the City Team. The
experiences of the firm and committed staff will be rated as follows:
• Highly Advantageous: The proposer has strong experience (more than 5 implemented
projects) with urban waterfront, recreational planning projects as well as strong
experience with land re-use planning and design projects on commercial waterfronts,
with a similar scale or larger than New Bedford’s Upper Harbor.
• Advantageous: The proposer has experience (3 to 5 implemented projects) with urban
waterfront, recreational planning projects as well as strong experience with land re-use
planning and design projects on commercial waterfronts, with a similar scale or larger
than New Bedford’s Upper Harbor.
• Not Advantageous: The proposer has limited prior experience (1 to 2 implemented
projects) with urban waterfront, recreational planning projects as well as strong
experience with land re-use planning and design projects on commercial waterfronts,
with a similar scale or larger than New Bedford’s Upper Harbor.
• Unacceptable: The proposer does not have any prior experience with urban waterfront,
recreational planning projects as well as strong experience with land re-use planning and
design projects on commercial waterfronts, with a similar scale or larger than New
Bedford’s Upper Harbor.
3.
EXAMPLES OF RELEVANT WORK
Proposals must include examples of previous experiences and must be reflective of each firm's
relevant work with urban waterfront, recreational planning projects as well as strong experience
with land re-use planning and design projects on commercial waterfronts, with a similar scale or
larger than New Bedford’s Upper Harbor. Such documents may be reports, presentations and / or
design drawings relating to the scope of work contained within this RFP. All materials submitted
will be collectively evaluated as follows:
• Highly Advantageous: Examples excel with respect to graphics, format, writing style,
understanding of subject matter, and relevance to the scope of work described herein.
• Advantageous: The examples are clear and complete with respect to graphics, format,
writing style, understanding of subject matter, and relevance to the scope of work
described herein.
• Not Advantageous: The majority of, or all of the examples are not clear and complete
with respect to any of the aforementioned areas.
• Unacceptable: No examples of previous work are provided.
4.
COORDINATION SKILLS IN A PUBLIC PROCESS
This project consists of the need to coordinate between many different stakeholder groups,
agencies and City departments. Coordination skills will be rated as follows:
• Highly Advantageous: The proposer has strong past experience (more than 5 projects) in
performing coordination activities between several different groups
• Advantageous: The proposer has past experience (3 to 5 projects) in performing
coordination activities between several different groups
• Not Advantageous: The proposer has limited past experience (1 to 2 projects) in
performing coordination activities between several different groups
• Unacceptable: The proposer does not have any prior experience in performing
coordination activities between several different groups
5.
CAPACITY TO MEET PROJECT DEVILIVERABLES AND SCHEDULE
Proposer’s demonstrated ability to complete projects on a timely basis will be rated as follows:
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Highly Advantageous: All of the proposer’s relevant work experiences indicate that the
projects were completed at a level of high quality and on schedule.
Advantageous: Only one of the proposer’s relevant work experiences indicate that the
project was completed at a level of high quality and on schedule.
Not Advantageous: Two of the proposer’s relevant work experiences indicate that the
projects were not completed at a level of high quality and / or experienced substantial
delays attributable to the proposer.
Unacceptable: More than two of the proposer’s relevant work experiences indicate that
the projects were not completed at a level of high quality and / or experienced substantial
delays attributable to the proposer.
6.
PERFORMANCE DURING INTERVIEWS (If Conducted)
The ability of the consultant team to clearly present ideas in a meeting / interview session,
particularly their ability to articulate their proposed approach to the project will be rated as
follows (Any interviews will be conducted by conference call or in person with the Evaluation
Committee):
• Advantageous: The proposer’s oral presentation was clear and well organized and
demonstrated the proposer’s ability to communicate effectively.
• Not Advantageous: The proposer’s oral presentation was unclear and disorganized and
did not demonstrate the proposer’s ability to communicate effectively.
TO BE RETURNED WITH TECHNICAL PROPOSAL
SELECTION PROCESS
As a result of this RFP, the City of New Bedford intends to award the contract to one Urban
Architect/Planner from the proposals received. All proposals will be submitted to the Purchasing
Agent. The department responsible for evaluation will review all proposals, rate each of the
Comparative Evaluation Criteria questions and assign a composite rating for each proposal.
Background checks, requests for additional information, and interviews will be performed as
needed. The evaluators will then submit a recommendation to the Chief Procurement Officer
who will review the recommendation and, if in agreement with the recommendation, award the
contract.
This Request for Proposals does not commit the City to award a contract, to pay any costs
incurred in the preparation of a response to this request, or to procure or contract for any services
of any kind.
In the evaluation of the proposals, the City, at its discretion, may obtain technical support from
outside sources. The Proposers, by virtue of their proposal submissions, agree to fully cooperate
with the personnel of such outside sources in the evaluation of their respective proposal. Failure
to cooperate may result in the rejection of your Proposal.
_______________________________________
Signature of Authorized Agent
_______________________________
Company Name
(Please Type)
_______________________________________
Printed Name & Title
_____________________________
Date
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CITY OF NEW BEDFORD, MASSACHUSETTS
NEW BEDFORD RIVERWALK PLANNING AND DESIGN
PRICE PROPOSAL*
The City of New Bedford requires each Proposer to supply pricing in the following format:
Task
Pricing
1 – Site Investigation and Research
2 – Existing Conditions and Reuse Analysis
3 – Approach to Riverwalk Design and Elements
4 – Community Participation
5– Final Design Development
6 – Final Report and Design Documentation
Project Total:
The proposal pricing is to cover all work required for this project as outlined in the Technical
Proposal portion of this RFP document. Proposal prices must be all-inclusive, including all fees,
charges, expenses, travel, postage, fax and telephone charges, preparation of reports, meeting
attendance, etc., for all work proposed to be performed by the successful proposer. No separate
fees will be paid for mileage, postage, telephone, reports, presentations, etc. This contract will
be in effect, in response to this RFP.
PRICE ESCALATION CLAUSE
Prices offered by the proposer must be firm and not subject to increase during the term of the
contract. Price escalation clauses over and above the total submitted proposal price(s) are not
allowed. Only the total proposal price(s) will be accepted. Proposers cannot insert/include a
statement indicating their price(s) will increase above or beyond their submitted proposal price(s)
due to third party actions or unnamed contingencies. Inclusion of an escalation clause of any
kind will result in the rejection of the proposal.
CONTRACT AWARD
One contract will be awarded to the one responsive and responsible Proposer whom the City of
New Bedford’s Chief Procurement Officer determines offers the most advantageous proposal,
taking into consideration all required qualifications, submission requirements and selection
criteria set forth in the RFP, including price. Emphasis in selecting a firm shall be placed on the
chosen firm's experience on similar past projects and overall experience within this category of
work.
PLEASE COMPLETE EXHIBIT AND RETURN WITH PRICE PROPOSAL
_______________________________________
Signature of Authorized Agent
_______________________________
Company Name
(Please Type)
_______________________________________
Printed Name & Title
___________________________
Date
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CITY OF NEW BEDFORD
MASSACHUSETTS
VOTE OF CORPORATION AUTHORIZING
EXECUTION OF CORPORATE AGREEMENTS
At a meeting of the Board of Directors of __________________duly called and held on
_________________, 20_____ at which a quorum was present and acting throughout, the
following vote was duly adopted.
VOTED: That ____________________________, the_________________________ of the
corporation, be and hereby is authorized to affix the Corporate Seal, sign and deliver in the name
and behalf of the corporation contract documents with the City of New Bedford, the above
mentioned documents to include but not be limited to Bids, Proposals, Deeds, Purchase and
Sales Agreements, Agreements, Contracts, Leases, Licenses, Releases and Indemnifications; and
also to seal and execute, as above, surety company bonds to secure bids and proposals and the
performance of said contract and payment for labor and materials, all in such form and on such
terms and conditions as he/she, by the execution thereof, shall deem proper. A true copy
ATTEST:
______________________________________
Name (printed)
______________________________________ (Affix Corporate Seal)
Signature
______________________________________
Title
______________________
Date
MUST BE INCLUDED WITH TECHNICAL PROPOSAL
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CITY OF NEW BEDFORD
MASSACHUSETTS
NON-COLLUSION AND TAX COMPLIANCE FORM
CERTIFICATE OF NON-COLLUSION
The undersigned certified under penalties of perjury that this proposal has been made and
submitted in good faith and without collusion or fraud with any other person. As used in this
certification, the word “person” shall mean any natural person, business, partnership,
corporation, union, committee, club or other organization, entity or group of individuals.
Signature of individual submitting proposal
Name of business/organization
TAX COMPLIANCE CERTIFICATION
Pursuant to M.G.L. c. 62C, §49A, I certify under the penalties of perjury that, to the best of my
knowledge and belief, I am in compliance with all laws of the Commonwealth relating to taxes
reporting of employees and contractor, and withholding and remitting child support.
Signature of person submitting proposal
Name of business
MUST BE INCLUDED WITH TECHNICAL PROPOSAL
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CITY OF NEW BEDFORD, MASSACHUSETTS
Goods and Services Contract
DATE: ___________________
This Contract is entered into on, or as of, this date by and between the City of New
Bedford, Massachusetts, a municipal corporation, 133 William Street, New Bedford, Bristol
County, Massachusetts 02740 (the “City”), and
______________________________________________
[“Contractor”]
__________________________________
__________________________________
__________________________________
[Address of the Contractor]
____________________________________________________________________________
[Telephone Number]
[FAX Number]
[E-Mail Address]
1.
This is a Contract for the procurement of the following:
2.
The Contract price to be paid to the Contractor by the City is:
3.
Payment will be made as follows:
3.1 Pursuant to invoice in accordance with Article 24 hereof.
3.2 Fees and Reimbursable Costs combined shall not exceed $_____________as more fully
set forth in the Contractors Response to the Request for Proposals or Invitation for Bids.
3.3 There shall be no further costs, fees, or reimbursable charges due the Contractor under
this Contract unless said fees and/or costs are so set forth in writing in an Amendment
hereto.
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4. Definitions:
4.1
Acceptance: All Contracts require proper acceptance of the described goods or services
by the City. Proper acceptance shall be understood to include inspection of goods and
certification of acceptable performance for services by authorized representatives of the City to
insure that the goods or services are complete and are as specified in the Contract.
4.2
Contract Documents: All documents relative to the Contract including (where used)
Requests for Proposals and Invitations for Bids and all attachments thereto, Instructions to
Bidders, Proposal Forms, General Conditions, Supplementary General Conditions, General
Specifications, other Specifications included in Project Manual, Drawings, all Addenda issued
during the bidding period, and Contractor’s Response to the Request for Proposals or Invitation
for Bids. The Contract documents are complementary, and what is called for by any one shall be
as binding as if called for by all. The intention of the documents is to include all labor and
materials, equipment and transportation necessary for the proper performance of the Contract.
The Contractor: The “other party” to any Contract with the City. This term shall (as the
4.3
sense and particular Contract so require) include Vendor, Contractor, Engineer, or other label
used to identify the other party in the particular Contract. Use of the term “Contractor” shall be
understood to refer to any other such label used.
4.4
Date of Substantial Performance: The date when the work is sufficiently complete, the
services are performed, or the goods delivered, in accordance with Contract documents, as
modified by duly executed amendments.
4.5
Goods: Goods, supplies, and all property, other than real property, including equipment,
materials, printing, and insurance and further including services incidental to the delivery,
conveyance and installation of such property.
4.6
Services: The furnishing of labor, time, or effort by a Contractor, not involving the
furnishing of a specific end product other than reports. This term shall not include employment
agreements, collective bargaining agreements, or grant agreements.
4.7
Subcontractor: Those having a direct contract with the Contractor. The term includes one
who furnished material worked to a special design according to the Drawings or Specifications
of the work, but does not include one who merely furnishes material not so worked.
4.8
Work: The services or materials contracted for, or both.
5.
Term of Contract and Time for Performance:
This Contract shall be fully performed by the Contractor in accordance with the provisions of the
Contract Documents on or before September 27, 2013, unless extended, in writing, at the sole
discretion of the City, and not subject to assent by the Contractor, and subject to the availability
and appropriation of funds as certified by the City Auditor. Time is of the essence for the
completion of the Contract.
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6.
Subject to Appropriation:
Notwithstanding anything in the Contract Documents to the contrary, any and all payments
which the City is required to make under this Contract shall be subject to appropriation or other
availability of funds as certified by the City Auditor. In the absence of appropriation or
availability as certified herein, this Contract shall be immediately terminated without liability for
damages, penalties or other charges to the City.
7.
Permits and Approvals:
Permits, licenses, approvals and all other legal or administrative prerequisites to its performance
of the Contract shall be secured and paid for by the Contractor.
8.
Termination and Default:
8.1 Without Cause. The City may terminate this Contract on seven (7) calendar days notice
when in the City’s sole discretion it determines it is in the best interests of the City to do so, by
providing notice to the Contractor, which shall be in writing and shall be deemed delivered and
received when given in person to the Contractor, or when received by fax, express mail, certified
mail return receipt requested, regular mail postage prepaid or delivered by any other appropriate
method evidencing actual receipt by the Contractor. Upon termination without cause, Contractor
will be paid for services rendered to the date of termination.
8.2 For Cause. If the Contractor is determined by the City to be in default of any term or
condition of this Contract, the City may terminate the Contract on seven (7) days notice by
providing notice to the Contractor, which shall be in writing and shall be deemed delivered and
received when given in person to the Contractor, or when received by fax, express mail, certified
mail return receipt requested, regular mail postage prepaid or delivered by any other appropriate
method evidencing actual receipt by the Contractor.
8.3 Default. The following shall constitute events of a default under the Contract:
1)
any material misrepresentation made by the Contractor to the City;
2)
any failure to perform any of its obligations under this Contract including, but not
limited to the following: (i) failure to commence performance of this Contract at the time
specified in this Contract due to a reason or circumstance within the Contractor’s reasonable
control; (ii) failure to perform this Contract with sufficient personnel and equipment or with
sufficient material to ensure the completion of this Contract within the specified time due to a
reason or circumstance within the Contractor’s reasonable control; (iii) failure to perform this
Contract in a manner reasonably satisfactory to the City; (iv) failure to promptly re-perform
within a reasonable time the services that were rejected by the City as unsatisfactory, or
erroneous; (v) discontinuance of the services for reasons not beyond the Contractor’s reasonable
control; (vi) failure to comply with a material term of this Contract, including, but not limited to,
the provision of insurance and non-discrimination; (vii) any other acts specifically and expressly
stated in this Contract as constituting a basis for termination of this Contact; and (viii) failure to
comply with any and all requirements of federal or state law and/or regulation or City Ordinance
and/or regulations.
9.
Suspension or Delay:
The City may order the Contractor, in writing, to suspend, delay or interrupt all or any part of the
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performance of this Contract without cause for such period of time as the City may determine to be
appropriate for its convenience. In the event of any such suspension, delay or interruption, the
Contractor’s compensation shall be equitably adjusted. No adjustment shall be made if the
Contractor is or otherwise would have been responsible for the suspension, delay or interruption
of the performance of this Contract, or if another provision of this Contract is applied to render
an equitable adjustment.
10.
The Contractor’s Breach and the City’s Remedies:
Failure of the Contractor to comply with any of the terms or conditions of this Contract shall be
deemed a material breach of the Contract, and the City of New Bedford shall have all the rights
and remedies provided in the Contract documents, including, without limitation, the right to
cancel, terminate, or suspend the Contract in whole or in part, the right to maintain any and all
actions at law or in equity or other proceedings with respect to a breach of this Contract,
including but not limited to monetary damages, costs, attorney’s fees or other damages resulting
from said breach, as well as specific performance of this Contract, and the right to select among
the remedies available to it by virtue of all of the above.
From any sums due to the Contractor for performance of this Contract, the City may retain and
keep the whole or any part of the amount for expenses, losses and monetary damages incurred by
the City as a consequence of the Contractor’s breach of the Contract and/or of the City having to
procure goods or services as a result of any failure, omission or mistake of the Contractor in
providing goods or services as required by this Contract.
11.
Statutory Compliance:
11.1 This Contract will be construed and governed by the provisions of applicable federal, state
and local laws and regulations; and wherever any provision of the Contract or Contract
Documents shall conflict with any provision or requirement of federal, state or local law or
regulation, then the provisions of the applicable law or regulation shall control. Where
applicable to the Contract, the provisions of the General Laws are incorporated by reference into
this Contract, including, but not limited to, the following:
General Laws Chapter 30B – Procurement of Goods and Services.
11.2 Wherever applicable law mandates the inclusion of any term or provision into a municipal
contract, this Article shall be understood to import such term or provision into this Contract. To
whatever extent any provision of this Contract shall be inconsistent with any law or regulation
limiting the power or liability of cities and towns, such law or regulation shall control.
11.3 The Contractor shall comply with all federal, state and local laws, rules, regulations,
policies and orders applicable to the Work provided pursuant to this Contract, such
provisions being incorporated herein by reference, and shall be responsible for obtaining
all necessary licenses, permits, and approvals required for the performance of such Work.
11.4 The Contractor shall indemnify and hold harmless the City, its officers, agents, and
employees, from and against any and all fines, penalties or monetary liabilities incurred by
the City, its officers, agents, and employees, as a result of the failure of the Contractor to
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comply with the previous sentence. If any discrepancy or inconsistency is discovered in the
Drawings, Specifications or Contract for this work in violation of any such law, rule, regulation,
policy, or order, it shall forthwith report the same in writing to the City. The Contractor shall at
all times observe and comply with all such existing and future laws, rules, regulations, policies
and orders and shall indemnify and hold harmless the City, its officers, agents, and employees,
against any claim or liability arising from or based on any violation of any such law, rule,
regulation, policy, or order, whether by the Contractor, its agents, employees or subcontractors.
12.
Conflict of Interest:
Both the City and the Contractor acknowledge the provisions of the State Conflict of Interest
Law (General Laws Chapter 268A). This Contract expressly prohibits any activity which shall
constitute a violation of that law. The Contractor shall be deemed to have investigated the
application of M.G.L. c. 268A to the performance of this Contract; and, by virtue of its execution
of the Contract Documents, certifies to the City that neither it nor its agents, employees, or
subcontractors are in violation of General Laws Chapter 268A.
13.
Certification of Tax Compliance:
This Contract must include a certification of tax compliance executed by the Contractor, as
required by General Laws Chapter 62C, Section 49A (Requirement of Tax Compliance by All
Contractors Providing Goods, Services, or Real Estate Space to the Commonwealth or political
subdivision thereof).
14.
Non-Discrimination:
The Contractor shall carry out the obligations of this Contract in compliance with all
requirements imposed by or pursuant to federal, state, and local ordinances, statutes, rules
and regulations and policies prohibiting discrimination in employment, including but not
limited to, Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964; the Age Discrimination in Employment
Act of 1967; Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and Mass. G. L. c. 151B, and any
other executive orders, rules, regulations, requirements and policies relating thereto enacted
by the United States of America, the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, and the City as they
may be amended from time to time. Contractor shall not discriminate against any qualified
employee or applicant for employment because of race, color, national origin, ancestry, age,
sex, religion, physical or mental handicap or sexual orientation.
15. Assignment:
The Contractor shall not assign, sublet or otherwise transfer this Contract, in whole or in part,
without the prior written consent of the City, and shall not assign any of the moneys payable
under this Contract, except by and with the written consent of the City.
16. Condition of Enforceability against the City:
The obligations of the City under this Contract for the present or any subsequent fiscal year
following the fiscal year in which the Contract is executed are subject to appropriation by the City
of funds sufficient to discharge the City’s obligations that accrue in this or any subsequent fiscal
year. In the absence of such appropriation or authorization, this Contract shall be terminated
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immediately upon the Contractor’s receipt of notice to said effect without liability or damages,
penalties or other charges arising from such early termination. Expenditures under this Contract
for services that will extend beyond a single fiscal year shall not exceed in any fiscal year the
amount appropriated or authorized for said fiscal year. The Consultant’s yearly costs, as contained
herein, may not exceed the amount appropriated for the fiscal year.
17. Corporate Contractor:
If the Contractor is a corporation, it shall endorse upon this Contract (or attach hereto) its Clerk’s
Certificate certifying the corporate capacity and authority of the party signing this Contract for
the corporation. This Contract shall not be enforceable against the City of New Bedford unless
and until the Contractor complies with this Article.
The Contractor, if a foreign corporation, shall comply with the provisions of the General Laws,
Chapter 181, Sections 3 and 5, and any Amendments thereof and Acts in addition thereto,
relating to the appointment of the Commissioner of Corporations as its attorney, and shall file
with the Commissioner of Corporations duly authenticated copies of its Charter or Certificate of
Incorporation and comply with all the laws of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.
18. Liability of Public Officials:
To the full extent permitted by law, no official, employee, agent or representative of the City
shall be individually or personally liable on any obligation of the City under this Contract.
19. Indemnification:
The Contractor shall indemnify, defend and save harmless the City, its officers, agents and
employees, from and against any and all damages, liabilities, actions, suits, proceedings, claims,
demands, losses, costs, expenses, recoveries and judgments of every nature and description
(including attorneys’ fees) that may arise in whole or in part out of or in connection with the
work to be performed under this Contract, or out of any act or omission by the Contractor, its
employees, agents, subcontractors, material men, and anyone directly or indirectly employed by
any of them or anyone for whose acts any of them may be liable, regardless of whether or not it
is caused in part by any party indemnified hereunder. The Contractor further agrees to reimburse
the City for damage to the City’s property caused by the Contractor, its employees, agents,
subcontractors or material men, and anyone directly or indirectly employed by any of them or
anyone for whose acts any of them may be liable, including damages caused by its or their use of
faulty, defective, or unsuitable material or equipment, unless the damage is caused by the City’s
gross negligence or willful misconduct.
In any and all claims against the City, its officers, agents or employees, by any employee of the
Contractor, any Subcontractor, anyone directly or indirectly employed by any of them or anyone
for whose acts any of them may be liable, the indemnification obligation under this paragraph
shall not be limited in any way by any limitation on the amount or type of damages,
compensation or benefits payable by or for the Contractor or any Subcontractor under
Workmen’s Compensation Acts, disability benefit acts, or other employee benefit acts.
The foregoing provisions shall not be deemed to be released, waived, limited, or modified in any
respect by reason of any surety or insurance provided by the Contractor under this Contract.
20.
Insurance:
20.1
Workers Compensation Insurance:
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The Contractor shall provide by insurance for the payment of compensation and the furnishing of
other benefits under Chapter 152 of the General Laws of Massachusetts (The Worker’s
Compensation Act) to all employees of the Contractor who are subject to the provisions of
Chapter 152 of the General Laws of Massachusetts.
Failure to provide and continue in force such insurance during the period of this Contract shall be
deemed a material breach of this Contract, shall operate as an immediate termination thereof, and
Contractor shall indemnify the City for all losses, claims, and actions resulting from the failure to
provide the insurance required by this Article.
The Contractor shall furnish to the City a certificate evidencing such insurance prior to the
execution of this Contract before the same shall be binding on the parties thereto, except if
specifically waived by the City.
20.2
Other Insurance Requirements:
a.
Comprehensive commercial general liability insurance with limits of at least $1 Million
per occurrence and $2 Million annual aggregate for property damage and $1 Million per person
and $2 Million per occurrence for bodily injury, which shall include the City of New Bedford as
an additional insured, and which shall cover bodily injury, sickness or disease, or death of any
person including employees and those persons other than the Contractor’s employees, and claims
insured by usual personal liability coverage, death, or property damage arising out of the Work
including injury or destruction of tangible property, including loss of use resulting therefrom.
b.
Motor vehicle insurance for any motor vehicles used in performing the Work,
with limits of at least $500,000 per person, and $1 Million per accident.
c.
The intent of the above provisions regarding insurance is to specify minimum
coverage and minimum limits of liability acceptable under the Contract. However, it shall be the
Contractor’s responsibility to purchase and maintain insurance of such character and in such
amounts as will adequately protect it and the City from and against all claims, damages, losses
and expenses resulting from exposure to any casualty liability in the performance of the Work.
d.
All insurance policies shall identify the City as an additional insured (except
Workers' Compensation) and shall provide that the City shall receive written notification at least
30 days prior to the effective date of any amendment thereto or cancellation thereof. Renewal
Certificates shall be filed with the City at least 10 days prior to the expiration of the required
policies. Certificates evidencing all such coverage shall be provided to the City upon the
execution of this Contract, and upon the renewal of any such coverage. Each such certificate
shall specifically refer to this Contract and shall state that such insurance is as required by this
Contract. Failure to provide or to continue in force such insurance shall be deemed a
material breach of this Contract and shall be grounds for immediate termination. Said insurance
shall include: Workers Compensation/Employers' Liability Insurance, Business Automobile
Liability Insurance, and Commercial General Liability Insurance (CGL). The CGL policy shall
include coverage for liability arising from premises, operations, independent Contractors, personal
injury, contractual liability. All Certificates of Insurance shall be on the “MIIA” or “ACORD”
Certificate of Insurance form, shall contain true transcripts from the policies, authenticated by
the proper officer of the insurer, evidencing in particular those insured, the extent of coverage,
the location and operations to which the insurance applies, the expiration date and the abovementioned notice clauses. All insurance shall be written on an occurrence basis. Coverage’s
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shall be maintained without interruption from date of the Contract until date of final payment and
termination of any coverage required to be maintained after payment.
e.
The Contractor shall obtain and maintain during the term of this Contract said
insurance coverage in companies licensed to do business in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts
and acceptable to the City.
21. Documents, Materials, Etc:
Any materials, reports, information, data, etc. given to or prepared or assembled by the
Contractor under this Contract are to be kept confidential and shall not be made available to any
individual or organization by the Contractor (except agents, servants, or employees of the
Contractor) without the prior written approval of the City, except as otherwise required by law.
The Contractor shall comply with the provisions Chapter 66A of the General Laws of
Massachusetts as it relates to public documents, and all other state and federal laws and
regulations relating to confidentiality, security, privacy and use of confidential data.
Any materials produced in whole or in part under this Contract shall not be subject to copyright,
except by the City, in the United States or any other country. The City shall have unrestricted
authority to, without payment of any royalty, commission, or additional fee of any type or nature,
publicly disclose, reproduce, distribute and otherwise use, and authorize others to use, in whole
or in part, any reports, data or other materials prepared under this Contract.
All data, reports, programs, software, equipment, furnishings, and any other documentation or
product paid for by the City shall vest in the City at the termination of this Contract. The
Contractor shall at all times, during or after termination of this Contract, obtain the prior written
approval of the City before making any statement to the press or issues any material for
publication through any medium bearing on the work performed or data collected under this
Contract.
22. Independent Contractor:
The Contractor acknowledges and agrees that it is acting as an independent Contractor for all
services rendered pursuant to this Contract, and neither the Contractor, nor its employees, agents,
or servants, nor any person for whose conduct the Contractor is responsible, shall be considered
an employee or agent of the City for any purpose, and shall not file any claim or bring any action
for any worker’s compensation, unemployment benefits, or compensation for which they may
otherwise be eligible as a City employee as a result of the Work performed pursuant to this
Contract.
23. Audit, Inspection and Recordkeeping:
At any time during normal business hours, and as often as the City may deem it reasonably
necessary, there shall be available in the office of the Contractor for the purpose of audit,
examination, and/or to make excerpts or transcripts, all records, contracts, invoices, materials,
payrolls, records of personnel, conditions of employment and other data relating to all matters
covered by this Contract.
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24. Payment:
Contractor shall invoice the City for services rendered or goods provided hereunder. Invoices
shall clearly describe the work performed and accepted by the City during the invoiced month.
The City will compensate Contractor for work accepted by the City during the invoiced month.
The City shall make all reasonable efforts to process payments within thirty (30) days from the
date of receipt of each invoice. The City shall give prompt written notice of any disputed invoice
amount and shall pay the amount not in dispute.
25. Waiver and Amendment:
Amendment of any term, condition, covenant, duty, or obligation contained in this Contract may
be made only by written amendment duly executed by the parties hereto.
To the extent allowed by law, any term, condition, duty, or obligation contained in this Contract
may be waived only by written agreement of the parties hereto.
Forbearance or indulgence in any form or manner by a party shall not be construed as a waiver,
nor in any manner limit the legal or equitable remedies available to that party. No waiver by
either party of any default or breach shall constitute a waiver of any subsequent default or breach
of a similar or different matter.
26. Severability:
If any term or condition of this Contract is held invalid, illegal, or unenforceable by a court of
competent jurisdiction, the validity, legality, or enforceability of the remaining terms and
conditions shall not be affected thereby and shall remain in full force and effect.
27. Forum and Choice of Law:
This Contract shall be governed by and construed in accordance with the laws of the
Commonwealth of Massachusetts. Any proceedings or actions relating to the subject matter
contained herein shall be brought and maintained in the courts of the Commonwealth sitting in
Bristol County, Massachusetts or the United States District Court sitting in the Commonwealth.
28. Notices:
Any notice permitted or required under the provisions of this Contract to be given or served by
either of the parties hereto upon the other party hereto shall be in writing and signed in the name
or on the behalf of the party giving or serving the same. Notice shall be deemed to have been
received at the time of actual service or three (3) business days after the date of a certified or
registered mailing properly addressed. Notice to the Contractor shall be deemed sufficient if sent
to the address set forth on page 1 or furnished from time to time in writing hereafter.
29. Binding on Successors:
This Contract is binding upon the parties hereto, their successors, assigns and legal
representatives (and where not corporate, the heirs and estate of the Contractor). Neither the
City nor the Contractor shall assign or transfer any interest in the Contract without the
written consent of the other.
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30. Entire Agreement:
This Contract, including all documents incorporated herein by reference, constitutes the
entire integrated agreement between the parties with respect to the matters described. This
Contract supersedes all prior agreements, negotiations and representations, written or oral,
and shall not be modified or amended except by a written document duly executed by the
parties hereto.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF the parties hereto have set their hands and executed this as an
instrument under seal this the day and year first above written.
Vendor:
CITY OF NEW BEDFORD,
MASSACHUSETTS
________________________________
___________________________
By:
Title:
CERTIFIED that funds are available
By: Jonathan F. Mitchell
Title: Mayor
Environmental Stewardship
______________________________
________________________________
By:
By: Michele Paul
Title: Director
Sharon M. Thomas
Title: Acting City Auditor
APPROVED as to Form and Legality
_______________________________
By: Shannon Shreve
Title: Counsel II
PURCHASING DEPARTMENT
________________________________
By: Debra Travers
Title: Chief Procurement Officer
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Acushnet River Upper Harbor New Bedford Riverwalk City of New Bedford Application for Cooperative Agreement May 21, 2014 Introduction The Upper Harbor area of New Bedford along the Acushnet River is one of the most intact
collections of historic mill buildings and environmental beauty to be found anywhere. This area
of the city has long been defined by the neighborhoods of triple-decker tenements that housed
the largely immigrant families who made New Bedford home at the beginning of the Industrial
Revolution. These men and women, mostly of Portuguese and French-Canadian descent,
supplied the textile mills with the workforce that powered New Bedford’s economy for decades.
While the Acushnet River’s southern area—known locally as the mid and lower harbors—has
always been crucial to the success of New Bedford’s whaling and fishing industry, historically
the upper harbor area of the river has been underestimated as a significant asset for
environmental education and future development in this northern area of the city.
New Bedford Harbor/Acushnet River was once enjoyed by thousands of residents and became
the source of the region’s and much of the United States’ wealth through the historic whaling and
fishing industries. During the late 1800s and early 1900s, however, the construction of mills and
manufacturing operations during a boom in textile manufacturing, created a physical barrier to
this resource. Use of industrial oils, metals and other hazardous materials in waterfront mills
directly resulted in one of New Bedford’s two Superfund Sites.
The PCB contamination in New Bedford Harbor has compounded the negative impact of the loss
of this resource by adding serious health and safety risks to the users of this area of the Acushnet
River. New Bedford is home to the largest Environmental Justice (EJ) community in
Southeastern Massachusetts and the industrial impact to the harbor is just one of many
disproportionate negative burdens that the community has had to bear. The Upper Harbor EJ area
is prime example of an economically-disadvantaged community and of families self-locating
where environmental impacts have negatively influenced property values.
EPA’s cleanup of New Bedford Harbor has been regrettably but understandably slow, as the
pace has depended upon the availability of funding. The City of New Bedford has meanwhile
begun anticipating the reclamation of the harbor and the river as a means for the community to
reconnect with the water. The City is confident that EPA’s recent settlement with AVX will
considerably hasten the pace of EPA’s cleanup in the upper harbor. The objective of this
proposed planning process is to provide the community with a sustainable framework for
redevelopment while avoiding gentrification which would further injure the EJ community.
Community Vision for the Acushnet River Upper Harbor New Bedford has already laid the foundation for and made substantial progress toward
sustainable reuse and redevelopment on the Upper Harbor area of the Acushnet River.
In early 2008, the city completed the Upper Harbor Community Vision and Action Plan—a
partnership between the City, MassDevelopment, and the Garfield Foundation. The first phase
of the process was a weekend-long community planning workshop that included various
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charettes and in-depth discussions by a broad representation of stakeholders including members
of neighborhood associations, the Economic Development Council, city staff, the Buzzards Bay
Coalition, and other community members. Over 100 attendees participated in the intensive
planning efforts which consistently underscored four main themes:
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Acushnet Avenue Corridor – Establish a stretch of Acushnet Avenue as a pedestrianfriendly international marketplace to create a gateway experience welcoming residents
and visitors to the area;
Waterfront Access – Create east/west connections to provide and encourage public
pedestrian access to the Acushnet River and create a north-south Riverwalk along the
Acushnet River to include boat launches and open recreational space for the community;
Marketing – Increase exposure to existing restaurants and shops while promoting further
sustainable commercial and visitor-centered development;
Neighborhoods – Enhance livability to encourage home ownership and owner occupancy.
The December 2008 Final District Development Action Plan: Upper Harbor District established
a strategy to implement the initiatives generated by the community during the visioning process.
These are projected below.
The Upper Harbor vision has been developed around a pedestrian greenway, labeled Riverwalk,
to be constructed along the upper harbor of the Acushnet River to provide open space, recreation,
and social opportunities to the local EJ community and to all residents of the City. Riverwalk is
shown as a generic red dashed line along the waterfront on the above figure. In 2009, the City of
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New Bedford requested $4.8M from the New Bedford Harbor Trustees Council (NRTC) for
Riverwalk to take the Riverwalk project from conceptual design through construction. In 2009,
the NRTC awarded the City $2.9M to be administered by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric
Administration to engineer and construct Riverwalk. The scope of work to be completed
through this $2.9M in NRTC funding was prescribed in a May 2011 New Bedford Harbor
Riparian Restoration Project Narrative, included as Attachment A.
In 2008, the City also completed its first-ever historic mill inventory. This process identified the
101 mill sites throughout the city and served as a catalytic document for the mill redevelopment
that has been underway along the Acushnet River since 2008. More than $100 million in historic
mill redevelopment has taken place in the Upper Harbor area with mill buildings being used for
new manufacturing, professional office, and hundreds of market rate loft-style residential units
including Whaler’s Cove, Manomet Place, and Riverbank Lofts.
The principles supporting Riverwalk and the objectives of the Upper Harbor Community Vision
and Action Plan were solidified in the City’s 2010 master plan: New Bedford 2020.
Project Overview The $2.9M in funding by NRTC to design and construct Riverwalk, as well as the accelerated
EPA Harbor Cleanup, will provide the community with access to the Acushnet River more
quickly than originally anticipated. The nearly $2M reduction from the 2009 request, however,
required the City to scale back some of the original project scope and/or to look for additional
sources of funding to complete critical pieces. One such critical piece is the conceptual-level
planning to integrate the greenway with the surrounding land uses. This key element is vital as it
will prescribe the form and function necessary for viable project sustainability, and provide a
tangible visualization to show potential private partners who can redevelop the greater area.
Specifically, NRTC funded only $100,000 of the $300,000 requested for the architectural design
and structural engineering of the Riverwalk. This has prevented the City from developing
conceptual design plans that can be used to specify the Riverwalk path along the Acushnet River
and to demonstrate how Riverwalk will serve to integrate the site with abutting properties.
The approved NRTC project scope, based on the $100,000 available for engineering functions
required to provide construction-level plans and specifications, included the following as
prescribed in Section 2.3 of Attachment A:
2.3.1 Existing Conditions Survey;
2.3.2 Resource Area Delineation;
2.3.3 Resource Area Delineation Survey;
2.3.4 Easement Design;
2.3.5 Finalize Existing Conditions Plans;
2.3.6 Preliminary Design Plans;
2.3.7 Permitting; and
2.3.8 Final Design.
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At this time, New Bedford seeks to complete a comprehensive planning exercise through a
supplemental $100,000 cooperative agreement with EPA that will better inform the $100,000 in
engineering design tasks funded by NRTC. This will refine the vision for the Riverwalk project
in a way that brings together commercial uses, continuing industry, and the residential
community, and result in a more robust Riverwalk project. Positioned at Interstate 195 exits, the
City also looks to capitalize on the opportunity to provide a welcoming vista or “gateway” to the
Upper Harbor which will encourage private investment and spur economic development while
enhancing livability of the local Environmental Justice population. Strategic and deliberate
planning proposed herein will ensure that the EPA’s accelerated Harbor Cleanup and the City’s
implementation of Riverwalk will provide the critical mass necessary to achieve these objectives.
Existing Conditions The proposed study area for this Cooperative Agreement, shown on the Assessor’s maps1
included as Attachment B, encompasses the 2¼ mile Riverwalk project pathway and is limited to
the shoreline properties adjacent to the Acushnet River. River’s End Park is the northern
terminus of the project. New Bedford created this City-owned park on a former Brownfield site,
shown on Map 119 Lot 40 (which has incorporated former Lots 39 and 41) and Lot 178.
Riverwalk will connect River’s End Park and each of the parcels southward to Coggeshall Street.
The project path will include City-owned Lot 42 on Map 119 as well as the “paper” extension of
Truro Street.
Map 116 parcels along the Acushnet River are privately owned and include two residential and
one vacant property north of Wood Street with active industrial uses south of Wood Street. Note
that the cluster of former parcels between Lots 86 and 94 are part of Lot 91.
Moving south, Map 112 includes two active industrial parcels with the City-owned former
Aerovox facility between them.
AVX corporation is actively completing assessment and cleanup of the 9-acre former Aerovox
capacitor manufacturing facility. The former Aerovox property will be excluded from the study
area for this Cooperative Agreement.
The active manufacturing facilities on Map 112 and Map 111 to the south maintain substantial
employment. Riverwalk will provide area employees with open space and recreational
opportunities before and after hours as well as lunch and break times.
Privately-held parcels on Map 105 and Lot 118 on Map 100 include residentially-repurposed
mills: Whaler’s Cove, Monamet Place, and Riverbank Lofts, serving the over-55 community.
1
City‐owned properties along the shoreline are identified by green‐grey shading and private properties are identified by pink‐purple shading. Where properties appear to have deeper shading, these have been incorporated into the larger lot. Shaded properties west of the project area are displayed as such on the base assessor’s map and are not included in the proposed study. City of New Bedford Upper Harbor Reuse Planning - May 2014
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Nearly three acres of underutilized property constitute Map 100 Lots 117 and 120, where
dilapidated, and largely unsafe industrial structures built from 1904 to 1910 remain. Another
underutilized industrial structure built in 1896 sits on nearly five acres of land just south of
Coffin Avenue along over 1,000 feet of Riverwalk’s path on Map 100 lot 85. Property owners
have expressed interest in divesting this property as most of the building is vacant and beyond
routine repair. The City is considering options for this lot. Together, these properties along with
the abutting section of Coffin Avenue represent more than eight acres of redevelopment along
the Riverwalk path that the City has the opportunity to directly control.
South of these properties lies 14-acre Riverside Park (Map 100 Lot 83, Map 99 Lot 82, and Map
93-2 Lot 220) that already has a 1,300-foot riverfront path that will join Riverwalk to the north
and the south. Riverside Park’s southerly connection to Riverwalk is presently the site of EPA’s
Sawyer Street facility: a nearly 8-acre parcel on Map 93-2 Lot 120 that will provide Riverwalk
nearly 1,500 feet of shoreline. South of this facility lies just over 3 acres of undeveloped land on
Map 93-2 Lots 263 and 265 between Riverside Landing and the southern terminus of Riverwalk
at Interstate 195.
The ultimate path of Riverwalk and the reuse of the properties along it is key to creating a
sustainable resource that fulfills the vision prescribed by the community and focuses on the longterm health of the EJ community.
Project Scope The Cooperative Agreement funding will be limited to recreational and related reuse planning
efforts to facilitate the planning and design of the Riverwalk along the shoreline properties noted
herein that are immediately adjacent to the New Bedford Harbor Superfund site. This reuse
planning and design process is critical to the Superfund cleanup process as EPA’s intertidal
cleanup levels relate to adjacent property use. This Cooperative Agreement will provide the City
will additional planning and design funding that will ensure that the Riverwalk can be integrated
into the Superfund cleanup efforts. The critical planning exercise proposed herein will directly
provide vital information to maximize the sustainability of the Riverwalk project. Where this
scope of work directly relates to an NRTC-funded design tasks prescribed in Section 2.3 of
Attachment A, the NRTC-funded task will also be presented herein for clarity.
Approval of the scope and budget of this planning process by EPA will constitute Project Start.
Upon Project Start, the City will identify a core team (Team) of no more than six individuals to
drive the planning process, and review all deliverables at regular intervals to keep the process on
pace and on task. The Team will issue a Request for Proposals to solicit an Architect,
experienced in urban waterfront planning (Architect), to develop the optimal physical layout and
visual appearance of Riverwalk. The Architect will utilize Low-Impact Development design
principles and will consider opportunities to minimize maintenance to maximize project
sustainability.
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There will be one Team member selected to coordinate the exchange of information between the
Team, the Architect, and other stakeholders. The scope is proposed to include the following
tasks.
Task 1: Site Investigation and Research The Architect shall thoroughly review previous community visioning studies, planning
documents, and charettes outlined above. Upon completion of this review, the Team and
Architect will meet to review project priorities.
Task 2: Existing Conditions and Reuse Analysis Related NRTC Task: 2.3.1 Existing Conditions Survey An initial instrument survey will be performed to establish a networked horizontal and vertical control sufficient to cover the entire subject area along the Project Area.
A secondary survey will collect data on the existing conditions, property monuments and markers, site culture, water’s edge, top of bank, land side topographic data to at least twice the width of the proposed corridor and river side near shore topographic data to at least 10 feet off the existing bank (edge of water). This element may be enhanced by the possibility of obtaining high accuracy LIDAR elevation data from a third party for the subject project area. Currently, the City has obtained 2 foot contour interval data from the third party. The need would be for at least 1 foot contour intervals with ½ foot intervals preferred especially with respect to relatively flat areas along the river front. To identify the most effective strategy to integrate the shoreline properties with the Riverwalk
project, the Architect will review the information collected in NRTC Task 2.3.1 above and
evaluate existing property infrastructure, zoning, and existing and potential land use along the
project path. The architect will complete a build-out/reuse analysis deliverable document to
determine recommended upgrades, zoning changes, and policy needs for these project properties.
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Task 3: Approach to Riverwalk Design and Elements Related NRTC Task: 2.3.6 Preliminary Design Plans
The plans will include a planting schematic and schedule of plants. The project will restore the Upland Riparian Zone to native coastal riparian shrub and meadow habitat and will broadly increase the diversity of avian, mammalian, reptilian, and insects utilizing the area. At a minimum, the plant schedule will consist of proposed vegetation and the benefit of each species to different groups of native fauna. The proposal includes planting native coastal grasses along the top of the coastal bank to provide bank stability as well as food for birds and small mammals. All of the vegetation planted within the Upland Riparian Zone will also provide filtration of overland stormwater from adjacent developed lands thereby improving the water quality in the Acushnet River. Improved water quality will benefit the living resources within the Acushnet River, which were damaged as a result of the release of hazardous substances, including PCBs, in the New Bedford Harbor Environment.
Species of vegetation will provide food, cover, nesting, and resting habitat for a variety of native birds, small mammals, reptiles, amphibians, and beneficial insects such as monarch butterflies and praying mantis. These plans were designed to mimic natural coastal upland plant communities typical of the Buzzards Bay watershed. Coastal grasses are proposed along the entire length of the top of bank to naturally stabilize the edge of the river bank. Landward of this, a mixture of native forbs (broad‐leaved plants) composed of wildflowers and other hardy low growing coastal vegetation are proposed. West of the pervious pedestrian pathway, a diverse mixture of native coastal shrubs are proposed. In addition the vegetation of 5.6 acres of riverfront with native shrubs, wildflowers and grasses shall provide filtration of overland flow from adjacent developed lands thereby improving the water quality of the Acushnet River. The vegetation shall also provide storm damage protection to adjacent uplands.
In order to supplement the planting schematic and schedule in NRTC Task 2.3.6 above with
appropriate recreational and social elements, the Architect will complete the following:
A. Review existing and potential access points to and pathways within the site, and make
recommendations for pedestrian, and bicycle, and alternative use within the site and into
the surrounding neighborhood. Consider safety and security to recommend primary
gateways and secondary access locations to Riverwalk.
B. Evaluate appropriate wayfinding and educational signage locations, content, and
appearance.
C. Recommend construction materials and management of landscaping, hardscaping, and
gateways.
D. Develop and design an environmentally-sensitive lighting scheme and evaluate locations
for security video equipment.
E. Design lighting, site furnishings, gateways, and other such elements.
F. Evaluate and identify locations for the potential placement of tents and removable and/or
permanent structures, i.e., band shell or staging, for events ranging in scale.
G. Develop locations for public art and site features, including but not limited to: murals,
sculptures, benches, tables and bicycle racks.
Task 3 will include draft conceptual designs for Riverwalk that include elements A through G, to
be reviewed by the Team in preparation of Task 4.
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Task 4: Community Participation The City requires two opportunities for community participation during the planning and design
process. The first opportunity will be a meeting to be held upon completion of Task 3 and will
include the presentation of conceptual designs. The second will be the presentation of the final
design and discussion of the implementation process.
Task 5: Final Design Development Based on feedback received during the initial community participation event, the Architect will
meet with the Team to determine final design elements. The Team and Architect will also
review recommended policy, zoning, and /or infrastructure changes necessary for design
implementation. The Architect will draft design drawings for Riverwalk and provide them to the
Team for review prior to the development of the final design documents. The Architect will
prepare a detailed draft cost estimate with line items, based on the draft design, which the City
will review and then determine which actions may be undertaken by its own Department of
Infrastructure and/or the Department of Public Facilities, and which actions must be publically
bid. The Team will review to ensure that the design incorporates the City and the public’s input
and evaluate the feasibility of the implementation of the design. Task 6: Final Report and Design Documentation The Architect will develop final Riverwalk drawings in color in both electronic (AutoCad or
other program acceptable to the City) and hard copy format. The Architect will prepare a final
report to include a summary of activities along with policy, infrastructure, and zoning
recommendations. Final design documentation will include material and product specifications.
The Architect’s design documentation will be suitable for delivery to an engineer for final
construction drawing and specification preparation as prescribed in NRTC Section 2.3.8. The
Architect will deliver 10 color hard copies.
Consistent with the updated schedule recently prepared by the City for the NRTC funding in
Attachment C, the final drawings and specifications are currently scheduled to be completed by
Winter 2015. The NRTC funding will then support the follow on efforts, with easements and
permitting currently scheduled for 2015-2016, and Riverwalk construction scheduled for 20162019. This updated NRTC schedule will provide the City with the opportunity to ensure that the
Riverwalk construction is coordinated with the Superfund cleanup efforts in the intertidal areas
and adjacent properties.
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Project Budget The City of New Bedford and the Economic Development Council will provide staff dedicated
to this project at no cost to the cooperative agreement. The City therefore proposes that the
entirety of the grant be the contracted services of the architectural firm. Based on past
experience with similar in-depth planning processes, The City is requesting $100,000 in labor
and expenses for a qualified Landscape Architect to complete this comprehensive design
process. Anticipated costs by task are as follows:
Task 1:
Task 2:
Task 3:
Task 4:
Task 5:
Task 6:
Site Investigation and Research .......................................$7,500.00
Existing Conditions Analysis ..........................................$12,000.00
Approach to Riverwalk Design and Elements ..............$40,000.00
Community Participation .................................................$2,500.00
Final Design Development ...............................................$15,000.00
Final Report and Design Documentation.......................$23,000.00
TOTAL...........................................................................................$100,000.00
City of New Bedford
New Bedford Harbor Riparian Restoration Project Narrative
May 2011
The New Bedford Harbor Riparian Restoration proposal involves the acquisition of an easement
in the area from the top of bank of the Acushnet River landward 25’ and extending 11,600
linear feet from Coggeshall Street north to Tarkiln Hill Road (the Project Area). The Project Area
is shown in Figure 1. Following acquisition, this coastal riparian zone or “corridor” shall be
restored to native coastal habitat with native vegetation typical of New England upland coastal
shrub and herbaceous communities. A pedestrian pathway will provide passive recreation such
as walking, viewing scenic areas across the River, watching birds and other wildlife inhabiting
the Project Area and the Acushnet River. Limited interpretive signs shall provide public
education on the history of the Acushnet River and the benefits, values and sponsors of the
restoration. The completed project will be protected by a conservation easement.
1. ACQUISTION
1.1 Process that will be used (purchase and/or easement) and the level of protection that
will be provided for the land that will be acquired
The City intends to acquire easements in the subject parcels through donations from the
property owners. It is the City’s intention to place a conservation restriction on the
easement areas.
1.2 Property owners involved and their expected level of commitment
Table 1 includes a list of owners of property within the Project Area. A description of
their expected level of commitment is summarized in column E of Table 1. Table 1 is
draft as the City is currently in the process of engaging property owners and obtaining
environmental assessment information.
1.3 Due diligence tasks (appraisal, title exam, environmental site assessment) you expect
to perform and the process you will use to complete these tasks.
The City intends to meet with the property owners to discuss the project and to advise
them that a Phase I assessment must be completed, which may result in the need to
conduct sampling, which could result in liability to the owner if conditions requiring
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remediation are discovered. This process has been initiated. To date, four property
owners have provided copies of environmental site assessments for properties within
the project area. In addition, the City will review MassDEP files to identify
environmental assessment reports for properties within the project area.
The City intends to obtain access agreements from the property owners for the purpose
of inspecting the site and performing sampling activities, if deemed necessary. The City
intends to obtain title reports on the subject properties. After completing these due
diligence tasks, the City intends to accept easements from the property owners and
intends to place a conservation restriction on the easement areas.
2. PLANNING/DESIGN/ PERMITTING
2.1
Project Goals
The goals for the Acushnet River Riparian Restoration are:
to restore the 25 foot upland riparian zone of the Acushnet River/ New Bedford
Harbor from Coggeshall Street to Tarkiln Hill Road utilizing native plant species
to improve water quality in Acushnet River/ New Bedford Harbor by providing
filtration of overland stormwater from adjacent developed lands
to provide opportunities for enhanced public access to the riparian zone
2.2
Project Area
The existing project area consists of that area 25’ landward of the top of the
coastal bank of the Acushnet River and extending 11,600 linear feet from
Coggeshall Street north to Tarkiln Hill Road. All work is proposed within upland
areas above mean high water of the river.
2.3
Design Tasks
Given that this restoration project is intended to include actual reconfiguration
of the Project Area to attain a more natural habitat, it is assumed that
excavation, filling, and/or re-grading of the subject areas along the project
corridor may be required. The easement boundary will be further identified,
described, and delineated by the City during the design phase.
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The following essential elements would be necessary to execute a reasonable
design effort with the goal of producing a set of project drawings to be used for
construction.
2.3.1 Existing Conditions Survey
An initial instrument survey would be performed to establish a networked
horizontal and vertical control sufficient to cover the entire subject area along
the Project Area.
A secondary survey would also be performed in order to collect data on the
existing conditions, property monuments and markers, site culture, water’s
edge, top of bank, land side topographic data to at least twice the width of the
proposed corridor and river side near shore topographic data to at least 10 feet
off the existing bank (edge of water). This element may be enhanced by the
possibility of obtaining high accuracy LIDAR elevation data from a third party for
the subject project area. Currently, the City has obtained 2 foot contour interval
data from the third party. The need would be for at least 1 foot contour
intervals with ½ foot intervals preferred especially with respect to relatively flat
areas along the river front. The City is in the process of determining whether the
data is available and whether available data can be re-interpreted to obtain
narrower contour intervals. The City is attempting to determine whether the
vendor that flew the LIDAR equipment collected raw data at the greatest and
most accurate rate at which the equipment would operate, but processed it to
obtain 2 foot contours intervals. If the original raw data is still available, it will
likely require an additional post processing task to achieve 0.5 foot contours.
2.3.2 Resource Area Delineation
State and federally regulated coastal and inland wetland resources within 100
feet of the Project Area will be field delineated by a qualified wetland scientist.
2.3.3 Resource Area Delineation Survey
Additional survey will be necessary to locate wetland flags and other features as
progress is made on the project and also to perform layout of easement lines
and planned structures.
2.3.4 Easement Design
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A preliminary Project Area extent and configuration will need to be established
to create a working corridor that will enable presentation, review, and
acceptance by the stakeholders. Upon confirming the final Project Area and
width of the proposed restoration easement, the design effort can begin on
establishing final easement metes and bounds for each privately owned parcel
involved in the restoration corridor. These would be subject to change after
being presented to the property owners. Upon finalizing the easement lines and
bearings the individual final easement plans will be prepared and presented for
final review and recording. Upon being recorded each easement will be laid out
by instrument survey and marked permanently on each parcel thereby setting
the extent of each easement over the privately owned properties. A number of
the individual parcels to be included in the corridor are registered land and may
be subject to additional processing time related to obtaining an easement that
must be recorded against registered land.
The existing conditions and topographic changes are intended to be documented
to 1 foot contours and maximum 50 foot intervals between section stations
along the riparian bank or less as needed to obtain adequate useful information
for design purposes.
2.3.5 Finalize Existing Conditions Plans
Upon completing data collection and survey data entry, the “AutoCAD” project
folder will be updated and the existing conditions depicted to create the initial
project model. A review and comparison will be performed to ensure that the
actual field data reflects plan data reasonably well while searching for obvious
field data errors as well as discrepancies between field data and available
property, deed, previous plans and imagery data.
2.3.6 Preliminary Design Plans
Upon validating the existing conditions model, a preliminary design for the
project incorporating proposed topographic changes along the river bank will be
depicted on a proposed improvements model that would be superimposed over
the existing conditions model.
The plans will include a planting schematic and schedule of plants. The project
will restore the Upland Riparian Zone to native coastal riparian shrub and
meadow habitat and will broadly increase the diversity of avian, mammalian,
reptilian, and insects utilizing the area. At a minimum, the plant schedule will
consist of proposed vegetation and the benefit of each species to different
groups of native fauna as listed in Table 2. The proposal includes planting native
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coastal grasses along the top of the coastal bank to provide bank stability as well
as food for birds and small mammals. All of the vegetation planted within the
Upland Riparian Zone will also provide filtration of overland stormwater from
adjacent developed lands thereby improving the water quality in the Acushnet
River. Improved water quality will benefit the living resources within the
Acushnet River, which were damaged as a result of the release of hazardous
substances, including PCBs, in the New Bedford Harbor Environment.
Species of vegetation were chosen which are not only native but provide food,
cover, nesting, and resting habitat for a variety of native birds, small mammals,
reptiles, amphibians, and beneficial insects such as monarch butterflies and
praying mantis. Table 2 provides a compilation of the species chosen and their
benefit to native coastal fauna. Figures 2 and 3 provide cross sections of the
proposed project planting plan. These plans were designed to mimic natural
coastal upland plant communities typical of the Buzzards Bay watershed.
Coastal grasses are proposed along the entire length of the top of bank to
naturally stabilize the edge of the river bank. Landward of this, a mixture of
native forbs (broad-leaved plants) composed of wildflowers and other hardy low
growing coastal vegetation are proposed. West of the pervious pedestrian
pathway, a diverse mixture of native coastal shrubs are proposed. In addition
the vegetation of 5.6 acres of riverfront with native shrubs, wildflowers and
grasses shall provide filtration of overland flow from adjacent developed lands
thereby improving the water quality of the Acushnet River. The vegetation shall
also provide storm damage protection to adjacent uplands.
This set of plans will be produced and presented for review. It is noted that the
design can proceed in discrete sections of the overall corridor.
2.3.7 Permitting
Upon finalizing the design of the proposed riparian improvements the final
drawings will be prepared for the following submissions:
a Notice of Intent to the New Bedford Conservation Commission
pursuant to M.G.L c. 131 Section 40 the MA Wetlands Protection Act and
Regulations (310 CMR 10.00 et seq.). An Order of Conditions will be
required pursuant to the Wetlands Protection Act for work proposed in
the 25’ Riverfront, the buffer zone and the FEMA designated floodplain;
a Chapter 91 Waterways permit application to MassDEP pursuant to
M.G.L. Chapter 91 Waterways. A consultation and possible permit will be
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required for work on filled tidelands. Chapter 91 encourages public
access to the waterfront. As proposed, no work is proposed in tidal
waters.
2.3.8 Final Design
Upon receipt of permits from the agencies listed above, final design plans will be
prepared.
3. CONSTRUCTION
The City’s Department of Public Infrastructure will serve in the role as “general
contractor” during construction phase. Construction may take the form of complete
outsourcing via the bidding process to award a contract to a contractor specializing in
this type of work, to a mix of outsourcing in conjunction with “in kind” work effort
performed by the City using DPI resources.
4. MONITORING/MAINTENANCE
4.1
Monitoring
The City’s Environmental Stewardship Department will be responsible for monitoring
upon construction completion to ensure success of the restored area. The Department
will monitor the following:
satisfactory growth in seeded areas; significant bare spots requiring reseeding
satisfactory growth in planted areas; dead plants requiring replacement
erosion
invasive species
wildlife
Success of the Upland Riparian Zone Restoration shall be documented by instituting a
monitoring protocol. A Short-term Monitoring protocol (5 years) shall include
establishing a minimum of 20 west to east transects through the Upland Riparian Zone
and establishing vegetation monitoring plots randomly in each restoration habitat
(shrub, forbs & grasses). The presence of soil or bank erosion shall be documented,
measured and photographed. It can be anticipated that some invasive plants shall
colonize the Upland Riparian Zone immediately following the completion of the project.
Invasive plants shall be managed according to accepted protocol such as digging up the
plants, cutting them down at critical times during their life cycle, or if required select
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herbicide treatment. A report shall be submitted twice a year (November 1 and June 1
for 5 years) to document findings and recommending any maintenance required to
ensure that the goals of this restoration are being achieved. At the end of the shortterm monitoring period, a compilation report shall be assembled which will provide all
of the data collected and an analysis of the results.
Success will be measured as follows:
a minimum of 75% coverage of native species in the Upland Riparian Zone as
determined by analyzing the vegetation plot data has been achieved
long term stabilization of the top of the Coastal Bank by maintaining native
vegetation coverage
lack of soil erosion, which is a measure of how well the vegetation is stabilizing
the soil. If the area is well vegetated, and constructed as described above, it can be
reasonably assumed that any overland flow from adjacent developed lands is being
intercepted and infiltrated into the soil underlying the Upland Riparian Zone. This is a
means by which to measure improvement to the water quality of the Acushnet River
which currently receives pollution from non point sources from development or
disturbance within and beyond the Upland Riparian Zone
establishment of densely vegetated Upland Riparian Zone to provide storm
damage prevention by buffering adjacent developed lands from coastal river winds and
wave action. Storm damage prevention can be measured using the vegetation plot data
on height and vegetation coverage and the soil and bank erosion data described above.
recording wildlife species seen during each monitoring event to provide a
general idea of the increase in the diversity of wildlife utilizing the habitat. The
vegetation data collected at each transect will determine if we have successfully
provided the habitat that supports the diversity of wildlife Table 1 describes.
The reports shall document general vegetation growth & vigor, bare ground, vegetation
damage, soil and bank stabilization, locations of any significant erosion, locations of
invasive plants and wildlife species observed. Recommendations shall be provided in the
reports to plan maintenance activities for the following year.
4.2
Maintenance
The City’s Department of Public Facilities, in close coordination with the Environmental
Stewardship Department, will be responsible for maintenance of the restored area.
Maintenance activities will consist of the following:
The coastal herbaceous community proposed shall be mowed once every
October, to ensure that the area remains herbaceous
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the pathway will be kept clear of vegetation
implementation of recommendations made in annual monitoring reports.
The proposal is designed to create sustainable coastal habitats that once firmly
established require little maintenance.
5. BUDGET
A detailed project budget is included in Table 3.
6. SCHEDULE
The project schedule is as follows:
TASK
Acquisition
Design
Permitting
Construction
Monitoring
City of New Bedford
BEGINNING DATE
October 1, 2011
October 1, 2011
April 1, 2012
February 1, 2013
January 1, 2014
END DATE
March 31, 2012
December 31, 2012
December 31, 2012
March 31, 2014
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FIGURES
TABLES
Table 1
Project Area Property Index
A
B
Map Lot
Property Address
119
178 NS Truro St.
119
42 River Rd. & Truro St.
116
84 180 River Rd.
116
85 174 River Rd.
116
130 168 River Rd.
116
131 ES River Rd.
116
132 156 River Rd.
116
86 136 River Rd.
116
91 Howard Ave
116
94 20 Howard Ave.
C
D
Owner Name 1.
City of New Bedford
City of New Bedford
Norman Shurtleff
Cesar & Maria Defatima M. Santos
Comm. Electris/Property Tax Dept.
Langley Realty Trust
John L. and Janice R. Engel
Mark Cote & Lionel Tetreault, Trs.
Christine Dzioba, Tr.
Coyne International
Address 1.
City 1.
State 1.Zip 1.
180 River Rd.
174 River Rd.
P.O.Box 567
14 Wilson St.
14 Euclid Ave
136 River Rd.
82 Ivy rd.
P.O.Box 4854
New Bedford
New Bedford
Norwood
So. Dartmouth
Mattapoisett
New Bedford
New Bedford
Syracuse
MA.
MA.
MA.
MA.
MA.
MA.
MA.
NY
02745
02745
02745
02747
02739
02745
02745
13221
744 Belleville Ave
New Bedford
MA
02745
Registereed Land
E
Expected Level of Commitment
N/A
N/A
F
Environmental Assessment
on file with City
116
67 74 Howard Ave.
Acushnet Rubber Co.
112
88 740 Belleville Ave.
112
252 740 Belleville Ave.
740 Belleville Ave, Inc c/o City of New
Bedford
City of New Bedford
112
133 700 Belleville Ave.
Acushnet Co. c/o Sue Brenner
P.O.Box 965
Fairhaven
MA. 02719-0965
111
146 630 Belleville Ave.
Darn It Realty LLC
686 Belleville Ave
New Bedford
MA
02745
111
98 620 Belleville Ave.
Nashawena Mills Corp.
689 Belleville Ave
New Bedford
MA
02745
February 13, 2009 letter of support from Phase II Environmental Site
owner (Joseph Abboud Apparel Co.)
Assessment Feb. 17, 2004
submitted with original application
56 Regent St.
Cambridge
MA
02140
56 Regent St.
Cambridge
MA.
02140
Attended March 4, 2011 meeting and
expressed support for project
Attended March 4, 2011 meeting and
expressed support for project
71 Country Way
So. Dartmouth
MA. 02748
N/A
155 ES Belleville Ave.
105
170 ES Riverside Ave.
105
183 R194 Riverside Ave.
Belleville Realty Corp. c/o Boston
Common Investments
Belleville Realty Corp. c/o Boston
Common Investments
Dominick Nicolaccoi, Tr.
100
118 10 Manomet St.
Victoria Riverside LLC
218 Willard St.
Quincy
MA. 02169
100
100
100
117 R1 Coffin Ave.
120 1 Coffin Ave.
85 12 Coffin Ave.
Charles & Ruben Weinstein
Pillar LLC
John S. Thompson,Jr,Tr./Star Plating
77 Jordan Rd.
150 John Vertente Blvd
P.O.Box 61026
Brookline
New Bedford
New Bedford
MA. 02146
MA. 02745
MA 02745
99
93
93
93
119
84 SS Coffin Ave.
83 100 Coffin Ave.
81
120
265
263
ES Belleville Ave.
103 Sawyer St.
SS Sawyer St.
SS Sawyer St.
40 246 River Rd.
City of New Bedford-- Sewer Dept.
City of New Bedford Riverside
Playground
City of New Bedford
City of New Bedford
USA Army Corp. Engineers
Coggeshall St. LLC
H
RTN (if applicable)
comments 2.
4-0010389; 40010002
4-0011186; 40021348
Class A1 RAO achieved for 4-0010389; Class A2 RAO
achieved for 4-0010002
4-0017177; 40014033; 4-0000601
Tier 1D status for 4-0017177; Adequately
Regulated / RAO not required for 4-0014033;
Utility Related Abatement Measure submitted
for 4-0000601
4-0015213; 40019527
Class B1 RAO submitted for 4-0015213; Class
A2 RAO submitted for 4-0019527
4-0016811
Class A2 RAO submitted for 4-0016811
4-0014995
Class A3 RAO submitted; AUL restricts use as
recreational area
Class A2 RAO achieved for 4-0011186;
Downgradient Property Status Opinion filed
for 4-0021348
N/A
111
100
100
February 12, 2009 letter of support from DPS June 2009
owner submitted with original
application; attended meeting on March
4, 2011 and reiterated commitment
G
February 13, 2009 letter of support from
owner submitted with original
application
February 13, 2009 letter of support from Phase I ESA & Ltd. Subsurface
owner submitted with original
investigation, May 28, 2008
application; attended meeting on March
4, 2011 and reiterated commitment
Limited Subsurface
Investigation Proximity to
Fuel Oil Bunkers, March 10,
2010
February 13, 2009 letter of support from
owner submitted with original
application
February 13, 2009 letter of support from
owner submitted with original
application
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
696 Virginia Rd.
1266 Furnace Brook Pkwy
City of New Bedford
Concord
Quincy
MA. 01742
MA. 02169
RAO/ AUL Oct. 1, 2010
N/A
NOTES:
1. Information provided by Peter Barney, New Bedford Assessor's Office February 2011
2. Class A RAO indicates that remedial work was completed and a level of "no significant risk" has been achieved.
A1: A permanent solution has been achieved. Contamination has been reduced to background or a threat of release has been eliminated.
A2: A permanent solution has been achieved. Contamination has not been reduced to background.
A3: A permanent solution has been achieved. Contamination has not been reduced to background and an Activity and use Limitation (AUL) has been implemented.
A4: A permanent solution has been achieved. Contamination has not been reduced to background and an Activity and use Limitation (AUL) has been implemented.
Class B RAO- Site assessment indicates that "no significant risk" exists. No remedial work was necessary.
B1: Remedial actions have not been conducted because a level of No Significant Risk exists.
B2: Remedial actions have not been conducted because a level of No Significant Risk exists, but that level is contingent upon one or more Activity and use Limitations (AULs) that have been implemented.
B3: Remedial actions have not been conducted because a level of No Significant Risk exists, but that level is contingent upon one or more Activity and use Limitations (AULs) that have been implemented, and contamination is located at a depth of >15 feet but evaluation has determined that it is not feasible to reduce it.
Table 2
Representative Native Vegetation to be Planted
in the Upland Riparian Zone Restoration of the Acushnet River
Plant Life Form
Grasses
Forbs (Flowering
herbaceous plants)
Low-growing
evergreen
prostrate woody
shrub
Deciduous Woody
Shrubs
Species to Include
Switchgrass (Panicum virgatum),
Sand Lovegrass(Eragrostis
trichodes), Side Oats Grama
(Bouteloua curtipendula), Big
Bluestem (Andropogon gerardii),
Indian Grass (Sorghastrum
nutans)
Seaside goldenrod (Solidago
sempervirens), Beach pea
(Lathyrus japonicas), Blazing star
(Liatrus spicata), Lance-leaved
coreopsis (Coreopsis lanceolata),
Yarrow (Achillea millefolium)
Sandberry (Arctostaphylos
uvaursi)
Benefits to Wildlife
All produce seeds eaten by songbirds
and small mammals. Waterfowl also
eat the seeds of swithchgrass. Grasses
provide cover for small mammals and
songbirds. Individual stems provide
resting areas for songbirds and insects.
Groundsell (Baccharis
halimifolia), Beach plum (Prunus
maritima), Virginia rose (Rosa
virginiana), shadbush
(Amelanchier Canadensis),
Bayberry (Myrica pennsylvanica),
Black chokeberry (Aronia
melanocarpa)
All of these shrubs provide food,
shelter, resting and nesting sites for
songbirds and small mammals. Insects
feed on the nectar of some of the
species (Virginia rose, Beach plum)
during the spring flowering season. The
waxy berries on bayberry provide food
in the winter for birds and small
mammals.
Butterflies and other insects will utilize
many of these species to gather nectar.
Songbirds eat the seedheads in the fall.
Berries are eaten by song, gamebirds &
small mammals. Evergreen leaves
provide winter cover
Sources: Martin et al., American Wildlife and Plants- A Guide to Wildlife Food Habits.
Clarke, Roberta. North American Plant for New England Gardens, UMASS Extension
USDA, Natural Resource Conservation Plant Fact Sheets
11.43
162 .52
97.12
147 .45
149 .63
53.24
56.8
50
RES. B.
36.56
50
RES. B.
45
55
7.84
25.99
88.63
91.67
93.26
27
45
45
140.62
135
20
45
90
78.50
70
70
90
90.02
45
45.4
89.53
42.75
45.46
RES. B.
88.29
88.36
RES. B.
45
88.28
45
45
45
224.35
45
45
128.28
22042
61 5
IND. A
141.85
98.93
98.94
101.96
143
41.80
128
11380
136
28283
25
25
177.02
177.02
3
80
25
6
City of New Bedford
Massachusetts
64.02
64
52.38
82.50
7274
119.00
174.75
122.37
DUSTRIAL B.
60
354
1600
80
235
3945
23.16
39.5
97
232
USTRIAL A.
231
5263
64
72.50
295
230
1878
49.26
25
229
4495
73.74
49.48
61.50
51.88
227
4450
12672
178.62
73.81
60
74.22
226
2930
85
11708
203.62
RESIDENCE B.
39.50
145.97
205
55
71.62
48.25
42
90.73
52.72
49.43
50
156
50
84
8952
200.88
156
50
379
10937
335
22039
121.92
50
82.18
58.86
120.23
50
43.18
55
43.18
126.17
48
74.13
38.95
134
3370
74.28
1.61
74.89
77.74
73.28
73.70
108.42
104.36
100.3
93.38
73.67
45
301
3351
RES B.
302
3833
72.29
303
3678
73.17
304
3721
74.01
74.85
75.68
76.52
77.36
78.13
78.93
78.49
79.40
73.58
82.32
86.90
RES. B.
98.09
89.63
80
ES
66
SIN
BU
56.73
40.88
NESS
79.2
84.97
73
72
45
45
148.11
BUS.
84.11
85.76
87.4
87.4
87.4
87.4
172.01
142.01
172.01
117.
07
38.2
65.8
170
S.
BU
39.1
1
S.
AV
E
BU
ET
S.
S
48.66
46.6
9
USINESS
70
148.5
50
50
50
50
59.93
90
3
206.9
3
116.9
97
31
61.94
31.08
80.0
5
US
HN
190
59.06
25.55
10
29.18
70
38.18
4.83
53
54.81
52
90.82
38.82
100.26
99.63
51
45
45
0
80
51
45
RESIDENCE B.
45
RESIDENCE B.
83.19
82.57
81.45
82.01
80.89
55.45
14.1
87.68
90
43.25
94.7
9
30.86
69.36
35.33
48.6
61.87
BU
AC
122.79
75.51
80.7
5
75.51
103.
88
121.68
75.51
+/-
BUS.
96.39
95.94
6
52.9
52.96
95.96
52.96
81.18
75.54
75.54
75.54
75.54
28.26
28.32
29.37
75
75
75
75
75
75
75
70.1
69.67
69.28
68.89
68.31
68.14
68.02
75
75
75
75
RES. B
75
76.88
84.77
84.71
84.64
40
67.78
67.54
84.58
84.51
84.25
84.45
84.05
4.46
35.54
RES. B
35.78
RES. B
RES. B
26.8
6
44.05
43.83
47.78
83.34
97.2
BUS.
BUS.
50
50
50
50
126.1
50
BUS.
(B. OF S.)
RES. B.
COBB ST.
45.67
50
120.8
25
RES. B.
25
99.1
43
82.07
130.75
BUS.
133.75
44.10 +/-
93.61
BUS.
85.34
80.9
7
95.08
70.08
46.94
99
B.
43
RES.
6.75
T AV
E
SHN
E
ACU
56
60
BUS.
99.28
50.75
21.5
45
82.07
B.
RES.
24
40.67
27.39
125
27.11
68.12
47.64
56
115 .98
64
41.56
21.5
100
21.5
21.5
80
80
80
92.47
7
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21
20
38.5
6
101.6
105.3
225
B.
125
PLYM
PTO
N ST
43.52
87.07
72.49
63.32
80
80
80
80
80
40
80
28.45
57.34
92.55
100
B.
RES.
133 .69
125
RES.
132 .96
S.)
KING
100 .52
80
81.65
92.3
80
57.39
95.88
94.17
BUS.
98.11
BUS.
102
197 .5
100
65.76
66.15
T
STO
NS
100 .58
155 .24
82.74
54.66
31.13
9.9
49.91
40.01
40.01
80.01
80.01
30
10
40
80.01
80.01
92.15
106 .43
45.01
91.64
45.01
66.15
87.3
66.15
45
41.37
41.37
82.74
10.68
(B. OF
90.24
62.84
62.05
B
RES.
41.37
18.2
B
RES.
30.61
41.03
40.55
29.45
10.94
40.26
40.15
50
8.25
96.32
88.91
112
113 .33
102
45
45
B.
41.37
RES.
41.37
RES.
B
70
40
70
60
23.13
61.54
40.52
ST
B
RES.
RES. B
40.24
40.14
50
2
15.4
7
B
RES.
82.74
79.93
79.93
88
79.93
40
70
40
40.36
COND
UIT
40
40
80
84.05
A
RES.
104.3
2
121.6
3
96.52
A
RES.
99.65
53.6
A
RES.
96
85.89
78.54
97.83
8
103.9
84.06
83.59
82.65
89
89.03
89.81
88
70
70
70
40
70
70
70
70
60
40
80
67.31
67.12
75
75
75
80
305
3762
85
85
60.22
52.73
183.33
306
3803
50
24.34
51.86
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152.44
72.33
103.51
100.2
50.01
60.22
60 Feet
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0
37.75
50 75
62.94
30
41
ET
82
HN
41
262
9339
11.07
294
3030
9082
B.
307
3847
3
94.91
81.91
22046
2
61.1
293
3281
79.89
156.09
380
70
10
295
3468
80
RES
43.42
268
254
US
AC
158.9
55.35
59.10
51.17
308
3732
50.01
BREWSTER ST
Engineering Lot Number
Lot Area
309
3795
S
8772
43
10176
35.72
61.12
125.00
257.22
50
50.01
RESIDENCE B.
60
Text
50
41
143
8655
B
Associated Parcels
Text
48.01
92.18
1 inch = 60 feet
Master Parcel Linking to Assessing DB
48
53.23
41
33
7989
63.88
S
6829
8
Town Boundary
Combined Parcels
310
1930
37
B.
Water Bodies
Planned Subdivision
265
2
2227
IND.
Easement
55
125.1
4465
84.72
147
R
RES.
148
TRU
37
9717
54.6
Legend
150
3600
320
1895
5
.7
57
81.0
81.02
151
4511
145
311
4029
42
165.66
16
24
5
7595
BUSINES
36
4574
A
50
277
8062
35
4397
300
24255
101 .31
45
24
12.11 12.26
122.31
4290
84.15
102
45
266
4843
144
34
B
75
T
OS
196
6947
66.12
149
4590
34.15
84.15
53
122.5 0
BUSINES
46
IND.
64.6
49.22
87.48
B
50
14.09
RES. B.
43
RD
ER RES. B.
102.00
152
4699
100.79
62.79
113
6806
122.17
13.85
50
37.41
IND.
103.7
51.5
84.95
43
A.
112
50
RIV
1
5040
270
3937
3310
51.49
51.49
51.5
RES. B.
9386
61.58
153
4571
97.98
107.98
139.56
4588
4228
RES.
50
269
184
183
4497
288
100
BUSINESS
48
5000
26
4486
IND.
323
1601
45
158
4144
264
45
157
3703
25
4486
100
RESIDENCE B.
50
.A
54.14
45
105.17
156
3678
50
83.5
20
3654
45.01
RES
24.14
155
45
112
45.57
45.57
5423
B.
277
32.17
45.57
RES. B
116.95
CONDUIT ST
45.57
5102
RESIDENCE
64.7
09.76
276
154
3115
45.01
4413
70.09
HERSOM ST
RESIDENCE B.
24
3645
77.35
70.36
32
81
186
300
6368
50
48.56
48.73
48.74
178
15158
2.5
24
66.2
89.76
7002
68.83
100
79.25
185
23
5006
48.38
80.8
4500
30
3422
48.38
47.14
100.02
38769
29
3713
51.5
100.02
214
28
4005
259
81.34
4636
45
80.7
275
258
27
4195
31
4196
48.37
80.58
67545
277
2634
22
4239
69.44
59.84
51.87
235
BUS.
52.02
212
4500
48.9
44.88
RES. B.
100.02
. B.
50
45
9220
4500
38.83
49.55
41.5
0
247
9877
3546
RES
RES. B
48
58.76
25
44.88
89.76
6777
100.02
20
21
4241
60.7
60.73
25
44.88
91
3389
19
7908
80.4
91.9
1
94.76
RES. A
49
6050
9
3693
8600
.66
79
1875
40.28
217
4247
50.01
50.01
40
75
160
45
38
18.62
9
9373
16.91
44.88
198
4329
213
72
15
89.17
107 .64
239
3496
284
66.21
98
3390
248
6555
. A.
15
60.45
46
45.99
46
46
45.99
46
124.56
50
70.27
50
97
3390
245
3933
75.13
73
3794
IND
RES. B
RES. B.
50
40
17.91
17.91
50
194
1875
89
3390
BUS.
64.14
87.57
44.88
278
4
.5
61
40
192
3750
44.88
25
48.93
190
44.88
75
74.33
25
3646
50
90.33
RES. B.
76.12
1875
75
BUS.
45
79.11
15
45
45
45
45
90
82.11
50
3750
13
21807
RES. B.
50.01
1442
4050
41
18
7789
82.1
48.31
76
114
270
1178
89.72
25
78
201
4950
116
3150
88.17
25
135
1875
115
3908
10010
162
45
90
89.53
188
3000
133
3750
50
1331
45.04
89.22
117
4050
89.58
40
117.12
71
3842
16.36
50.39
RES. B.
78.89
50
135.51
BRANSCOMB ST
50
131
3750
76.64
70
2098
50.39
17
15808
110
15
88.17
50
129
3000
69
2762
40.31
HARWICH ST
BUS.
58
BUS.
RES. B
40
68
2679
54.85
50.66
154
1514
47.54
89.5
90
42.5
42
70.27
66
3833
50
RES. B.
50.5
95.13
64
3474
50
153
77.71
3983
76.12
3454
75
203.3
BUS.
BUS.
5006
43.27
24.53
15.77
211
203
1913
90
90
238
34926
149.91
150
76.28
+ /61
63.92
54.85
50.5
5145
25
RES. B
40
50
S.
40
50
62
U
40
164.5
67.83
108.36
87.5
21.64
42.5
40
226
111.60
7059
.88
4.62
66
63.36
20914
89.71
25
40
75
59
11831
89.57
50
40
8
1705
8805
15
90.78
50
61
1702
B
59
3395
77
16
50
233
17983
39
12384
100
24438
47
116
B.
151
5646
72.02
82.57
98.08
181.9 4
12
204.4
112
BUS.
20408
99
83.66
84.29
112.5 2
236
40
81.1
RES. B.
8000
33.7
50
57
5141
143.8 5
BUS.
RES.
78.06
237
3498
2
.2
170
8436
ST
12907
70
150
7178
76.16
250
111
168
2303
7310
73.75
73.76
DAWSO
N
25.58
6196
280
109 .48
143 .35
149
3390
98
3662
7294
126 .58
123 .97
148
3388
90
8000
95.12
167
281
196
4921
78.50
147
3385
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40
312
177.02
177.02
125.00
41
25
25
137.99
239
2913
343
131.4
41
128
11380
136
28283
139.40
240
2916
BUSINESS
241
3027
RESIDENCE B.
242
3139
33.35
243
3033
40
130.00
41
41.80
295
3915
101.96
52.38
143
236
100.32
40
40
73.74
1
69.18
41
73.80
25
44
49
51.27
66.21
284.1
95.72
BROOKLAWN AVE
579.00
45
73.74
49.48
7274
119.00
354
1600
174.75
122.37
235
3945
49
73.81
232
73.77
244
3036
74.03
3038
74.09
245
74.15
246
3041
85
12672
203.62
80
3
41
73.85
61.5
41
205
11708
23.16
60
41
120
103.41
89
265
42
22042
80
51.88
5263
RESIDENCE B.
7926
382
4308
47.50
47.50
100.89
RESIDENCE B.
45
97
231
1878
73.91
39.5
49.94
290
5290
47.85
48.01
45
47.5
44
264
80
47.50
47.50
4786
44.52
45
48.25
49.26
72.50
230
4495
ACUSHNET
145.97
178.62
128.75
3800
71.62
72.29
52.72
84
8952
200.88
121.92
50
379
10937
335
120.23
50
25
229
74.13
74.28
61.50
227
4450
41
74.26
3327
41
127
115.00
42.53
4405
46.27
ACUSHNET AVE
289
42.50
100.66
258
84.11
45.46
50
82.18
58.86
RESIDENCE B.
60
226
2930
74.20
247
74.90
3406
82
95.58
47.5
47.50
47.50
47.50
259
301
3351
126.17
50
263
3800
98.09
89.63
74.01
73.17
74.85
75.68
76.52
50
39.50
74.22
1.61
74.89
73.28
82.32
77.74
253
74.26
74.26
6082
31.60
42.53
42.50
85
48.24
45.05
85.76
87.4
87.4
45
45
224.35
80
78.13
77.36
78.93
78.49
79.40
73.58
86.90
40.88
BUSINESS
38.95
134
3370
51.86
38.36
163.00
113.05
129.62
262
80
4775
RES. B.
142.01
172.01
190
56.73
25.55
70
BUSINESS
74.26
6
37.75
50.75
BUSINESS
111.33
96.65
80.08
47.50
46.20
46.2
260
4636
43.18
RES. B.
100.43
100.27
45
S.
128.28
38.82
29.18
65.05
41
BUSINESS
288
4336
98.75
286
4396
80
302
3833
107.78
4675
4804
3534
3678
129.12
49.64
224
87.4
87.4
S.
BU
ET
80.0
5
US
HN
S
ES
66
SIN
BU
54.81
52
90.82
10
48
46.6
9
278
81.74
104.47
109.47
2
42.17
51.67
95.13
100.26
RESIDENCE B.
39.04
50
54.20
261
5216
RESIDENCE B.
39.11
267
3315
FIELDING ST
78.23
84.71
84.96
99.96
46.19
3305
225
4947
3721
102.83
101.02
39.04
39.11
83.54+/-
48.66
43.18
22039
BELLEVILLE AVE
CONDUIT ST
RESIDENCE B.
41
82
6080
73.67
45
3
101.20
287
5100
60
58.88
281
15
3762
303
85
85
76.66
5747
54.53
3803
304
BUSINESS
84.46
161
95
294
3030
73.57
51
73.72
98.48
293
3281
43.83
50.95
43.42
10
295
3468
94.91
81.91
BUSINESS
60
285
4081
46.02
47.63
50
24.34
268
BUSINESS
85
85.09
272
5680
100.12
5065
305
125.00
RESIDENCE B.
54.72
100
86
100.42
122
100
221
5257
306
RESIDENCE B.
50.33
52.73
183.33
307
3847
RESIDENCE B.
51
70
14.83
142
8131
100.2
50.01
BREWSTER ST
41
86.64
7
RES. B
3732
50.01
53.23
50
50
45
308
RESIDENCE B.
57.49
22.5
S
254
125.00
RESIDENCE B.
125.5
309
3795
S
8772
38.18
53
4299
310
41
143
8655
50.22
65.09
45
RESIDENCE B.
40
60
70
BUSINESS
50
50
50
50
INDUSTRIAL B.
113.70
50
39.5
50
39.50
39.5
139
3950
39
3950
40
3950
100
100.04
38
3950
100
37
4200
100
36
5000
67
111891
45
50
50
50
50
50
BUSINESS
50
42
39.50
39.50
39.50
69.05
39.50
RESIDENCE C.
BUSINESS
423.09
549.61
428.00
1208.72
PERRY ST
48
44
61
RES. B.
49.65
66.65
50.30
50
50
40
4000
100
43
4500
95
100
257377
40
42
40
44
42
4000
65
IND. B.
100
100
21
4275
40
44
4000
40
48
180
6538
100
41
4300
95
45
4
7.5
75.17
BUS.
5000
100
45
148
4275
39
255.17
95.0
45
5490
50
50
90
3960
90
4321
145
233
100.04
100
RES. B.
50
50
140
228
2250
45
50
44
45
40.43
4321
137
4998
50
45
48
45.02
90.03
9
2250
45
147
4500
45
45
138
4500
RES. C.
100.04
64
50
90
4500
90
139
90
90.03
90
90.03
90.03
227
4321
90.03
90
45.44
8
4
4321
48
85.18
3707
50
45.01
S
7
RES. B.
50
2
90.22
3948
50
45.02
6
45.44
BUSINES
210.0 0
95.26
4174
48
90.03
4400
48
45.01
45.44
5
40
RES. B
100.30
45
40
BUS.
100
Legend
130G-2130B 130A
130G-1130C
Water Bodies
Easement
1 inch = 60 feet
Planned Subdivision
Combined Parcels
Master Parcel Linking to Assessing DB
Associated Parcels
94
99913
55
55
55.56
36.97
100
35
5000
119
2450
100
34
5000
100
33
5000
100
32
5000
100
5000
100
31
100
45
30
100
S
20
90.51
44.86
100
23.97
327
1914
2249
50
39.5
200.52
50
42
200.07
50
IND. B
50
200.16
25.71
50
4
69.30
23.79
30
BUSINES
50
BUSINESS
50
260.33
29
18269
50
RIVER RD
5000
96.96
104
2709
INDUST RIAL B.
5000
28
INDUST RIAL B.
5000
27
100
100.05
26
100
5000
100
5000
100
5000
100
5000
25
/218+
5000
22
100
21
100
129
5000
100
20
9920
100
96.50
95.50
100
569.53
1379
6
172.01
117.
07
39.1
1
AV
E
59.06
BU
AC
80.7
5
122.79
75.51
103.
88
75.51
99.63
51
45
80
146
50.18
45
257.22
50
50.01
143.76
50
100.26
83.19
RESIDENCE B.
82.57
45
RESIDENCE B.
82.01
80.89
81.45
45
45
80
4465
84.72
147
4000
88.29
30.86
61.94
31.08
31
S.
26.8
6
BU
69.36
35.33
48.6
61.87
28.26
75.54
75.54
75.54
75.54
121.68
75.51
75
75
75
75
75
28.32
29.37
75
75
75
75
75
75
RES. B
75
70.1
69.28
69.67
68.89
68.31
68.02
68.14
R
67.54
67.78
80
80
148
3600
50
60.22
150
3600
145
48.01
92.18
84.15
50
48
1930
12.11 12.26
BUSINES
50
81.02
151
4511
45
BUSINES
277
8062
60.22
45.57
149
4590
102
45
320
1895
152.44
103.51
16
24
122.5 0
122.31
4290
152
4699
100.79
62.79
311
4029
62.94
144
7595
262
9339
72.33
11.07
112
102.00
34.15
84.15
24
5
122.17
13.85
50
53
9082
B.
B.
97.98
107.98
270
4588
22046
37
9717
70
50
1
5040
269
5000
158.9
156.09
380
RES
45
112
4571
113
6806
36
4574
43
10176
79.89
2
61.1
45
158
4144
139.56
35
4397
165.66
61.12
157
3703
BUSINESS
48
34
6947
33
7989
80
196
288
100
RESIDENCE B.
50
68
51.17
45
105.17
50
5
2629
B
156
3678
153
45.57
CONDUIT ST
RESIDENCE
32.17
155
3654
45.01
9386
37
55.35
59.10
100
46
2
2227
35.72
259
81.34
154
3115
45
55
63.88
45.01
ST
RO
8
70.36
42
B.
89.76
TR U
49.22
87.48
43
300
75
RES. B.
RES. B.
43
70.09
B
24255
64.6
84.95
100.02
IND.
50
IND.
235
38769
BUS.
45
4500
B
51.5
14.09
37.41
51.49
51.5
50
80.8
214
3937
51.5
100.02
HERSOM ST
RESIDENCE B.
4500
258
4228
51.49
67545
277
2634
184
183
4497
125.1
44.88
RES. B.
9220
51.87
26
4486
IND.
103.7
RES.
6777
45
4413
25
4486
3310
54.6
50
41.5
0
247
9877
24
3645
101 .31
49.55
48
185
7002
32
81
186
60.7
60.73
RES. B
44.88
89.76
48.38
300
6368
50
48.56
48.73
48.74
47.14
80.58
23
68.83
100
79.25
48.38
48.37
17.91
17.91
25
44.88
91
4
25
40.28
16.91
44.88
3389
212
30
3422
15158
.5
A
49
9
3693
100.02
29
3713
77.35
79
1875
4500
91.9
1
94.76
3546
28
4005
2
24
66.12
18.62
27
4195
4196
RD
ER RES. B.
9373
22
4239
A.
89.17
107 .64
21
4241
178
31
59.84
98
3390
100.02
213
72
20
66.21
97
3390
8600
50.01
50.01
40
75
160
45
75.13
73
3794
19
7908
80.4
70.27
3390
BUS.
64.14
87.57
44.88
278
.5
61
50
44.88
89
25
6050
194
1875
44.88
217
4247
5006
66.2
50
198
4329
76.12
75
239
3496
82.11
3646
RES. B.
50.01
1442
48.93
50
13
21807
248
6555
284
88.17
76
245
3933
69.44
15
60.45
46
45.99
46
46
45.99
46
124.56
50
82.1
48.31
1875
25
192
3750
89.22
A
IND.
RES. B
RES. B.
50
40
89.72
25
78
75
89.53
25
135
1875
50
190
3750
1331
45.04
117.12
71
3842
16.36
50.39
BUS.
45
89.58
133
3750
50
76.64
70
2098
50.39
BRANSCOMB ST
50
131
3750
69
2762
40.31
BUS.
RES. B
50
68
2679
54.85
RES. B.
78.89
50
74.33
66
3833
50
RES. B.
HARWICH ST
BUS.
135.51
70.27
64
3474
50
50.66
154
58
76.12
3454
50.5
1514
47.54
77.71
50.5
75
BUS.
153
5006
43.27
24.53
15.77
RIV
63.92
54.85
88.17
25
RES. B
40
50
61.58
40
50
62
RES.
40
89.71
25
40
75
59
5145
90.78
50
5646
40
8
1705
89.57
50
6.82
18.18
25
61
1702
IND.
40
59
3395
VE
40
50
50
57
3383
Town Boundary
Text
Engineering Lot Number
60
Text
Lot Area
30
0
60 Feet
³
City of New Bedford
Massachusetts
129
Map: 116
Fiscal Year 2011
This parcel map should be used for planning
and assessment purposes only.
130
130F130E
127D 127E
127B
125-1
127C 127
125A-1 127A
126 118 119
125B
117
116
114
123B
115
112
113
123A
109 110 111
123C
123
107 108106 105
122
103
104 100
102
101
98 99
97
121-1
96
93-2
92
Map Produced By:
ACUSHNET
City of New Bedford
Department of
Management Information Systems
January 2011
FAIRHAVEN
78.07
40
45
45
BUSINESS
45
50
45.07
90.29
18.88
75.95
49.50
94.70
49.50
RESIDENCE C.
100
BUSINESS
BUSINESS
90
BUSINESS
RESIDENCE C.
110.72
50
50
50
50
50
23
24
60
HOWARD AVE
HOWARD AVE
50
347.42
40
60
70
BUSINESS
50
50
50
50
INDUSTRIAL B.
113.70
39.5
39.5
50
39.50
39.5
38
55
139
39
3950
3950
3950
40
3950
100
100.04
37
4200
100
36
5000
67
111891
45
50
50
50
50
50
BUSINESS
50
42
39.50
39.50
39.50
69.05
39.50
RESIDENCE C.
BUSINESS
423.09
549.61
428.00
1208.72
PERRY ST
50
BUS.
46
45
40
4000
RES. A.
4000
100
100
405.18
1022.7+/-
48
47
40
4000
40
40
4000
100
100
100
40
40
40
100
40
40
240.06
100
240.06
53
4000
50
55
4000
40
.1
11
RES. A.
40
531.
04
24006
480.39
425.06
5
BUS.
458.94
40
40
40
40
40
75.01
80.82
83.74
45
RES. C.
86.65
100.17
RES. C.
45.17
RES. C.
40
40
3686
40
40
40
225
6644
72
57.17
44
RES. C.
50.08
51.09
535.24
33.34
134
3877
415584
IND. B.
92.40
250
4022
19.91
34.50
50.87
3683
BUSINESS
12.49
40
72
224
3689
82.3
220
3683
223
3686
51.10
BU
45.13
47
.1
0
55
222
41.43
40
221
68.94
51.30
BELLEVILLE AVE
6927
4.13
27.96
58
.6
3
142
202
4412
40
40
92.22
58
.5
64.41
201
3690
92.25
92.25
200
3690
92.25
40
92.25
40
40
40
219
3681
3690
40
40
92.14
3678
218
3678
199
198
3690
92.15
217
133
79.07
41.45
ES
SIN
46
9.7
20
8.7
9
S
0
38.45
82.88
BUS.
RES. B.
120
HATCH ST
185.14
37.5
109.94
110.58
74.67
74.28
235.92
BUS.
B
71
B
116.5
BU
74.85
.72
72
S.
.7
18
Water Bodies
Easement
1 inch = 60 feet
Planned Subdivision
Associated Parcels
146
L
71
7
Legend
Master Parcel Linking to Assessing DB
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23
3
319000
4882
45
Combined Parcels
141.3
138.3
RIA
36
7085
112.93
RES.
ST
33
3194
100
68.7
10
.5
83
159
4036
34
70.85
71
3887
70.86
70.96
143
141
7100
DU
45
100
140
26.85
100
171.83
166.83
143.78
8.18
IN
RES. B
45
66.38
86.75
19.85
18.35
31.6
BUS.
40
2840
149
21967
RES. B
SHAW ST
RES. B
148
119211
5
91.12
.8
25
40
8
72
145 78.05
1970
80
6.0
16
90.5
12.45
77.38
ST
73.54
4028
4856
22.1
72.4
72.97
153
.2
64
54.47
596 28
3433
29
T
UI
ND S .
CO B U
57.4
12.5
.28
40
5374
40
40
130.25
156
26
25
2928
122.45
122.45
C
37.49
112.48
S.
36.65
4263
70.4
52.95
8
160+/-
104.84
92.34
7 .8
10
RE
109.58
72
40
24
2905
.66
42
110
111
40
40
4
14280
3616
40
40
40
40
40
.66
42
108
4410
36.65
107
4438
111.21
111.85
106
4462
8.08
6
277.36
109
2816
112.3
40
37.49
105
4487
46.58
65.9
87.74
91.99
103
3937
222.86
178.2
40
40
40
535.94
18.83
40.38
40.38
IRVINGTON CT
51
65.57
101
178
5175
46.53
40
92.25
197
92.25
S.
ACUSHNET RIVER
102.97
50
40
40
40
3690
40
40
92.06
BU
5219
50
176
5050
50
50
92.25
3690
92.10
56
.15
30
175
5050
101.00
174
101.00
101.00
101.00
92.25
196
195
3690
92.02
27
13.92
101
101.00
101.00
101.00
68.44
105.88
BUS.
92.25
92.25
3675
91.95
56
.15
4001
163
4149
50
50
5050
50
40
40
40
40
91.99
40
40
216
IND. B
36.64
BUS.
65.9
3
2959
71
57.08
71
71
162
2840
104.7
RES. C
0
194
3690
40
40
40
71.77
HATCH ST
9
92.25
3675
BUS.
23
193
92.25
40
40
214
3673
91.87
213
3673
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124.24
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173
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50
50
40
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91.91
212
3670
91.83
45.78
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52
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91.79
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91.64
91.56
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206
208
91.60
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5 .3
10
95.88
207
5050
120
45.78
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40
40
40
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7558
92.25
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91.17
101
190
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92.25
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205
59
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189
3690
120
116.19
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2
188
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40
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40
40
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80
187
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92.25
3690
7380
92.25
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19.80
92.25
183
3690
185
92.25
3690
184
92.25
BU
181
6261
92.25
182
92.25
82.25
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90
143
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101.00
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40
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40
40
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50
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172
101.00
11.18
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235
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40
40
40
40
40
57.24
6
159
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71.76
40
50
177
5050
50
50
50
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40
RES. C.
100
50
50
5050
80.09
66
158
COVELL ST
3.45
179
7995
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50
50
5050
50
171
101.00
169
5050
BUS.
BUS.
157
5050
50
170
101.00
168
5050
101.00
167
5050
101.00
101.00
101.00
101.00
101.00
166
5050
40.48
156
5050
50
50
50
243.87
TAYLOR SQUARE
61
4114
50.08
50
1.59
40.47
155
5050
101.00
5050
101.00
101.00
201.88
165
4088
153
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40
42
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40.48
40.47
4087
4242
43
55.21
152
4040
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7.09
41.87
230
4260
100.17
50
50
50
50
50
101.00
4343
151
101.00
150
101.00
101.00
101.00
101.00
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5539
164
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957.68
50
40
42
4000
100
100
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155.10
247
4000
50
50.08
43
54.47
62
231
90.30
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45880
100
100
RES. C.
HADLEY ST
BUS.
59
4000
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
BUS.
63
38
5054
55
36
37
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80
35.5
35
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100
34
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100
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100
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100
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33
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31
20
4264
93.50
32
100
24
1818
141
3201
81.35
48.03
96.07
246
50
144
1552
70.58
11.59
50
50
100.08
51.4
2
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SIN
BU
50.2
2
36.11
21.42
100
41.0
1
54.90
57
29
232
4948
48.04
50
65
50
50
20
251
3245
52.73
50
4948
KEARSARGE ST
27
5000
6500
45
45
50
40
40.89
50
39
39
88
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393.83
25
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28
100
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100
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23
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68.70
248
57
40
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45
45
40
40.89
39
39
3569
64548
100
DUNCAN ST
BUS.
44.97
252
153.10
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40
4000
RES. C.
51
1
325524
IND. B.
159.84
BU
4000
100
BELLEVILLE AVE
3
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01
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49
SIN
AC
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44
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100
100
ET
US
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43
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RIGHT OF WAY
40
40
44
4275
61
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257377
255.17
45
100
21
45
44
42
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40
5490
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48
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100
41
4300
40
45
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3960
90
90.03
90
90.03
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48
75.17
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40
4000
100
148
4275
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45.02
40.43
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45
95.0
45.01
45.44
8
3707
50
50
145
40
50
50
140
180
6538
100
233
5000
45
50
44
137
39
100
45
48
9
100.04
4998
50
228
2250
RES. B.
147
4500
45
48
7
85.18
90.03
S
90.22
3948
2250
45
4500
90
138
90
139
4500
90
90.03
90
90.03
90.03
227
4321
50.30
2
4
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45.02
45.44
BUSINES
6
4174
100.04
64
50
49.65
50
66.65
50
50
50
42
48
45.01
45.44
4400
95.26
210.0 0
1379
48
5
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40
100.30
RES. B.
40
RES. B
45
40
BUS.
3292
94
99913
55
55.56
36.97
100
35
5000
100
34
5000
119
2450
100
33
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100
5000
100
32
100
100
5000
100
31
45
30
100
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20
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90.51
44.86
100
23.97
327
2249
50
200.52
50
200.07
50
42
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50
200.16
50
BUSINESS
25.71
50
4
69.30
23.79
30
BUSINES
50
260.33
29
50
RIVER RD
28
5000
18269
50
INDUST RIAL B.
5000
96.96
104
2709
INDUST RIAL B.
5000
27
100
100.05
26
100
25
5000
100
5000
100
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100
100
5000
22
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21
100
129
100
96.50
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9920
Town Boundary
Text
Engineering Lot Number
60
Text
Lot Area
30
0
60 Feet
³
City of New Bedford
Massachusetts
Map: 112
Fiscal Year 2011
This parcel map should be used for planning
and assessment purposes only.
130C
129
130F130E 130
127D 127E
127B
125-1
127C 127
125A-1 127A
126 118 119
125B
117
116
114
123B
115
112
113
123A
109 110 111
123C
123
107 108106 105
103
104 100
102
101
98 99
97
93-1
121-1
96
93-2
91 92
95
89 83 90 84 85 86
94 88
ACUSHNET
Map Produced By:
City of New Bedford
Department of
Management Information Systems
January 2011
FAIRHAVEN
71
74.85
RES.
70.97
44
RES. C.
50.08
51.09
535.24
IND. B.
46.58
816.79
71
71
121.6
55.42
IND. B
26.16
71
IND. B
71
71
A
71
74.7
74.68
B
RES.
71
71
71
1074.42
803.03
30
0
60 Feet
14.8
10.98
70.81+/-
69.14+/-
43.24
122.
17
BUS.
170
199385
S.
88.56
6
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24
513.85
89.3
5
82.5
127
8421
98
100
6467
RES. C.
50
50
C.
97.96
99.84
38.5
150.02
38.5
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4000
165
Engineering Lot Number
7079
H
Town Boundary
498
8
1 inch = 60 feet
25
90.53
26
54.5
99
16673
94
140.3
BUS.
123.31
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67
90.81
80
50
45.6
S.
BU
34
48.5
RES. C.
20
66
BU
76.5
20
67.64
184
1530
14.11
468
93
3080
148.5
BUS.
13.72
34
38
76.5
38
45
38
66
66
66
66
54.98
38
38
RES. C.
45.17
38
89.95
3710
98
26315
80
84.35
126
25444
DESAUTELS ST
177
48.5
62
160
39
171
2683
79
80
3040
370
BUS.
38
38
11.72
160.72
80
92
2574
176
36.5
38.54
39.78
45.98
102.5
44.95
3036
91
3040
97
137
2271
BUS.
66
66
49.3
49.11
49.5
77.79
136
2409
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27
163
2538
26.96
50
RES. C.
140
73.33
72.34
RES. C.
71
92.40
235.92
116.5
40.02
74.67
73.54
72.97
74.28
B
74.68
74.7
RES.
71
71
172.3
197
38
90.06
90
18
45.34
71
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RES. C
88.14
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A
279 .07
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TRIAL
333 .43
38
96
2619
40
3040
70.24
RES. C.
Water Bodies
Lot Area
HEALE
RESID
261.96
3275
40
40
A ST
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24
Text
INDUS
38
90.01
16
4048
64.7
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Text
18.83
109.94
110.58
37.49
112.48
37.5
71
71
112.3
38
63.7
S
15
4051
45
48
Planned Subdivision
BELLEVILLE AVE
37.8
S
BUSINES
83.49
78
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BUSINESS
BU
58
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3
58
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BU
56
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45
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45
71.27
71
71
51.10
0
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20
8.7
9
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46
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45.13
40.38
65.57
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71
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98.29
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50.87
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82.3
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41.43
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BELLEVILLE AVE
27.96
BU
64.41
86
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51
112.15
115.07
BUSINESS
113.18
BUSINES
4503
45
Legend
Easement
164
3028
370.00+/382.91
172.06
39
50
50
RES. C.
158
1968
159
3040
80
50
48
8.18
22
0
101
53.86
50
92.25
92.15
92.22
92.10
92.14
92.06
92.02
35.5
30
92.25
92.25
92.25
92.25
92.25
92.25
92.25
92.25
92.25
71
13.92
101
101.00
101.00
101.00
101.00
101.00
101.00
91.99
91.91
91.95
S
43
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1
101.00
101.00
101.00
101.00
101.00
92.25
92.25
92.25
91.87
ES
88.42
38
90.11
90.08
3526
90.23
12
90.13
4514
17
45
50
14
13
75.75
45
38.19
3526
90
1976
40
50
Master Parcel Linking to Assessing DB
101.00
101.00
92.25
SIN
38
ST
MERRILL
64.44
90.18
90.39
4519
11
3626
80
48.14
Combined Parcels
101.00
101.00
101.00
BU
CE C
38
6681
38.19
90.33
10
9
4519
90.44
4435
48.14
48
48
Associated Parcels
38
38
65.72
91.51
90.37
4348
90.5
4351
90.56
48
90.68
4353
90.62
47
90.74
90.87
91
91.06
90.93
AVE
RES. C.
46
51
4432
90.5
90.5
50
174
3154
40
50
51.7
50
37.9
BUS.
BUS.
40
36.5
38.44
39.58
45.33
51.7
49
3593
71.06
50
50
48
8
7
6
4506
155
/
95+/95
BELLEVILLE RD
RES. C.
45.78
40
40
45
56.59
25
35
5.7
160
2652
33018
40
4588
90.24
4517
41.63
50
51.7
49.85
48
49.85
48
4356
3
4590
90.31
179
3628
384+/289.00+/-
37.94+/-
99
4117
57.1
IND. B
RESIDENCE A
50
4
98
15.76
279.38
153.5
152.34
80.5
BUS.
35
5
90.24
34
4345
90.5
90.5
4348
48
RES. C.
MADEIRA
45
IAL A
38
S
33
90.56
4351
4830
90.49
32
90.68
31
4353
48
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50
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16
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50
8.7
55.12
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90.62
90.81
90.87
90.93
91
91.06
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90.74
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38.59
RES. C.
47
47
38
115.44
75
90
90
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35
47
47
43
75
4985
40.02
40.1
80.22
20
48
47
80
315.00+/-
152
1
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86.4
BUSINES
ILL
BELLEV
48
47
38
69
7873
BUS.
48
29
RESIDEN
INDUSTR
38
93.73
80
3132
RES. C.
ILL
BELLEV
82
38059
80.31
50
BUS.
4271
79
3052
75.97
48
28
74
79.3
154
79.3
BUSINESS
143
3146
23.68
75.5
4274
78.05
2951
80.41
77.29
39.51
47.58
2978
78
3057
83.65
BUSINES
75.6
76.35
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67
2584
3060
38
38
73
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39.51
50.55
78.81
39.5
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46.21
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130.7 4
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130.88
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130
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134.52
134.52
133.61
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80.34
103.61
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38
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79.5
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116.87
80.67
79.57
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38
70
38.18
101.25
68.43
27
51.65
RES. A
79.5
316
19
7327
38
38
3020
ERNEST
38
3020
49.96
304
9068
3158
BATES ST
RES. C
81.1
178.55
38
63
AL A
INDUSTRI
79.5
179.35
AL A
INDUSTRI
130.89
39.75
39.75
65
302
21
6373
36.45
BUS.
CE C
104.05
62
2823
68.42
279
4050
72.23
60
RESIDEN
39.75
53.78
20
4508
40
40
40
40
40
40
71.1
71.2
61
2829
57
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MANUEL
LUCIO
SQUARE
40
79
71.15
37
47.35
23.67
75.5
4561
80
64
45.7
45
4638
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79.5
94.7
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71
30
57
56
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54
52
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62.64
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298
130.89
6207
47.47
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34.5
4906
40.15
40.1
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39.75
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82.09
ACUSHNET RIVER
60.06
125.2 8
4977
122.27
121.88
51
50
123.58
5182
63.49
69.5
69.56
69.7
9881
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136.85
47.88
115
115
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130.89
130.89
66.25
40
297
36.71
150
BUS.
70.13
72
6197
151
265754
80.7
47.35
296
97
6542
BUS.
40.1
6507
40
94.7
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60
40
49.86
40.04
62.64
48
5112
128.6 9
47
IND.A
47.35
281
161
QUERY ST
40.04
40.04
40.04
126.98
46
5250
2840
40
45
05
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18
2840
40
0
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146
102.29
40.04
40
IND.A
IND. A
75.5
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23
3
S.
130
131
2840
40
69.5
69.5
87.84
2780
40
55
141.3
138.3
BU
40
40
43.5
19.85
18.35
B
2840
RES. B
BATES ST
RES. C
160+/-
104134
62.71
132
133
134
2840
40
40
40
130.3 9
109.47
18.22
18.22
132.09
16.66
45
44
RES. C
RES. B
185.14
41
126
20
40
2524
40
2780
40
46.5
47
BUS.
4800
48
45
45
82.88
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72
135
2840
62.59
64.29
65.96
6
6
70.65
195
3155
140
2537
2840
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136
2840
38
141
2605
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4376
4068
33.34
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2840
40
71
2840
40.04
40.04
25.99
28.81
28.81
70.38
70.25
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40
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39.91
40
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19.91
34.50
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40
40
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124
123
2840
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71
71
71
71
71
71
194
3201
71.6
73.46
75.44
74.45
3177
39.99
44.93
3686
26.45
7363
137
138
2477
46.53
40
40.04
8.43
158
193
72.55
192
191
3438
31.48
3644
40
45
45
43.53
46.47
183
2826
40
40
40
40
182
2856
71.04
72.62
2919
181
2889
71.83
74.2
75
73.41
180
3686
86.75
10
63.57
40
125
103.26
40
23.28
2840
40
139
2239
31.48
184
3683
46.05
90.35
71
71
71
71
23.19
175
2840
40
80
40
40
40
220
3683
222.86
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83
28.76
122
2840
40
40
RES. B
RES. B
40
40
72
224
3689
535.94
171.83
166.83
ST
70.84
121
2840
71
2840
RES. B
40
223
108.75
40
40
71
120
71
118
6504
2467
40
174
2840
40
222
BUS.
40
40
40
822
40
221
68.94
RES. B.
BUS.
490
2840
40
40
40
40
40
40
40
40
40
6927
4.13
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Massachusetts
Map: 111
Fiscal Year 2011
This parcel map should be used for planning
and assessment purposes only.
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Department of
Management Information Systems
FAIRHAVEN
January 2011
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Map: 105
Fiscal Year 2011
This parcel map should be used for planning
and assessment purposes only.
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40
40
40
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40
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40
40
40
40
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11
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207
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54
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52.8
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59
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52.75
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110
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80.34
39.75
50
40
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48
16
95
95
3780
43.63
172.4
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93.5
47
47
10.39
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72.4
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288.51
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1598 89
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S
50.54
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38
52.75
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40
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ST
DEANE
SS
57.73
50
45
45
40
Legend
42
4381
12
40
5611
41
4154
BEL
78.64
45
45
81.69
45
82.1
45
RES. C.
1 inch = 60 feet
Planned Subdivision
Combined Parcels
Master Parcel Linking to Assessing DB
Associated Parcels
127
118 119
117
116
115
112
110 111
109
123C
123
107 108106 105
122
102 103 104 100
125-1
Water Bodies
Easement
Town Boundary
Text
Engineering Lot Number
60
Text
Lot Area
30
0
60 Feet
³
City of New Bedford
Massachusetts
125B
127A
126
123B
114
123A
Map: 100
Fiscal Year 2011
This parcel map should be used for planning
and assessment purposes only.
101
96
98 99
93-1
93-2
91 92
95
90
94 88 89
85 86
84
83
87
79
78
81 82
77
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71 72-172-2
70
68
121-1
ACUSHNET
113
Map Produced By:
City of New Bedford
Department of
97
Management Information Systems
FAIRHAVEN
January 2011
116.5 4
112.97
62.4
114.37
14
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5
IND. B.
156.44
76.47
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50±
(PRIVATE)
113.92
113.47
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71.7
9
114.82
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33
84.3
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46.56
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114
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113.8 9
115
113.6 8
113.25
56.14
54.24
112.2 5
113.8
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56.01
108.0 1
100.8 7
108
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110.5 4
110.1 6
110.5 4
109.3 9
109.8
108.8 6
109.0 5
108.8 8
80.16
112.8 7
112.7
112.5
112.3 2
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52.8
288.51
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125.69
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11.45
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46.73
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49.75
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62
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173.6 4
316.5 5
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110
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11.47
119
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104.9 4
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46
24
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47
96.45
34.81
100
100
45
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45
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109.8
110
109.8 5
207
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81.69
78.64
40.1
61.59
48
75.09
75.33
41.65
61.32
124.81
41.67
115.3 2
115.3 3
96.45
177.23
53.87
54
67.29
116
75.52
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60.02
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60
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82
82
125.47
55
55
40.01
60.02
60
60
110
65.09
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126
1542 53
40
SS
Town Boundary
Text
4500
10
4000
36.76
1 inch = 60 feet
Master Parcel Linking to Assessing DB
4000
40
Water Bodies
Planned Subdivision
127
64
210
8
9
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100
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100
60
29.62
50
11
45
40
40
13
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7
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4397
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135
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124
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100
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40.01
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100
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198
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99.17
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112.0 5
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82.5
83.32
51.17
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43.32
41.35
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129
40
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56.89
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45
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63.02
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55.07
55.07
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0
76.2
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S
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66.57
33.43
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125.9
44.25
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BUSINES
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63.02
54.95
55
4300
100
4300
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3.62
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50
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79.42
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50
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3
162.4
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73.55
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47.6
43
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50
100
71
287
86.53
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80.93
4349
103
102.5 5
69.67
33.43
4427
44.33
22170.09
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56.92
36.15
70
199
193
2
50
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7402
449.6
80
5663
40
98.51
5224
100
100
100
100
5700
BUSINESS
14
14
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50
102.5
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50
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69
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186
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37
100
100
31.24
69.78
50
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110.8 5
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39.02
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.
52
125.68
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61
4658
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129
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6002
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70
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72
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73
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100
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100
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70
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103
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31.13
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40
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101
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0
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72.24
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BUSINE
60
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50
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43
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70
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60.62
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50
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35.81
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24.66
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35.18
45
106
50
BUSINES
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50.85
51
50.87
87.6
48
3534
RES. C.
RES. C.
SS
53
59.87
45.5
96.37
50
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41.35
71.5
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46.3
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36.81
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60
6.4
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2671
50
36.42
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42
BUSINE SS
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39.7
131
75
4560
43.68
8540
99
3975
50
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50
12.4
BUS.
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4405
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98
43
39
60
BUS.
160
117
3231
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44.26
35.74
53.37
47.64
48
300
25
126.1
126.3
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49.63
4356
35.52
35.5
50
45.58
45
141
38
3697
42
4381
113
52
164
57.73
50
35.07
44.16
SS
BUSINE
85.02
SS
95.05
48
77.45
40.94
3980
D ST
96.41
96.42
60.26
28.17
5611
45
40
36
50
73.13
5630
5
40.91
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41.54
3932
49
46
5622
60
59.81
89.64
4819
5641
122
45
101.6 3
SS
SS
60
44
6458
120
45
45
40
55.84
44.27
105.1 3
46
119
5649
45
35
4416
66.63
143
145.5
80
80
85
BUSINES
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BUSINE
45
T
5660
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BULLAR
BUS.
118
94
5039
51.09
50
5426 0
93
5048
40
40.76
75.5
130
121
4000
41
4154
40.19
166
T RIVER
45
40
50
37
36.75
1630
40
2957
40
32
3952
79.32
80.08
40.76
72.34
3188
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ACUSHN
S
45
45
40
SS
85.31
78.75
86
136
4473
2959
BUS.
50
45
110.3
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IND. B.
57.88
45
49.55
33
3550
42.13
4459
BUS.
61
95
95
95
49
BUSINES
41.18
4135
BUSINES
BUSINE
ST
DEANE
RES. C.
4296
85.01
85
100
40
30
314.5 6
300
RES. C.
50
50
40
2295
85
E
T AV
141
114
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85
112
4250
28
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52.75
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S
139
50
49.03
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AVE
COFFIN
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37.13
40
34
4670
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105
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150
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Water Bodies
Easement
1 inch = 60 feet
Planned Subdivision
Combined Parcels
Master Parcel Linking to Assessing DB
Associated Parcels
Town Boundary
Text
Engineering Lot Number
60
Text
Lot Area
30
0
60 Feet
³
City of New Bedford
Massachusetts
123B 125-1 114
113
123A
123C
Map: 93-2
Fiscal Year 2011
This parcel map should be used for planning
and assessment purposes only.
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Map Produced By:
City of New Bedford
Department of
Management Information Systems
January 2011