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(54892) (Published By The Journal Record April 10, 1985.) NOTICE TO BIDDERS Notice is hereby given that THE CITY OF OKLAHOMA CITY will receive sealed bids in the OFFICE OF THE CITY CLERK, Municipal Building, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, until 9:30 A.M., on the 30th day of April, 1985, for the furnishing of the following:

1. B5466 Wood Shaper and Accessories

2. B5486 Batteries for FY 1985-86

3. B5487 Sale of salvage/scrap tires, tubes and flaps for the FY 1985-86

4. B5488 Gasoline and other service station support for the Atoka pipeline

5. B5489 Wrecker Services for FY 1985-86

6. B5490 Seat covers and repairs FY 1985-86

7. B5493 Jail intercom system

8. B5494 Aviation battery pack

9. B5495 Steel metal storage building

10. B5496 100,000 sets of two-part fine receipt forms

11. B5497 Truck dockplate

12. B5500 92 single circuit solid state time clocks with annual skip capability

13. B5501 Walk behind paint striping machine

14. B5502 Channel markers

15. B5503 Steel letter and number dies

16. B5504 Two battery powered motor generators

17. B5505 Parking meter cleaning and rinsing solution

18. B5506 Aluminum sign blanks

19. B5507 Street marker brackets

20. B6047 Wire rope for FY 1985-86

21. B6109 Reinforced concrete culvert pipe, coated reinforced concrete pipe and precast reinforced concrete box sections for FY 1985-86

22. B6140 Automotive fuel, oils and lubricants for FY 1985-86

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