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COUNTY OF ERIE Division of Purchase Ad placed on 3/27/2015
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COUNTY OF ERIEDivision of Purchase
95 FRANKLIN ST.,
RM. 1254
BUFFALO NY 14202
SEALED BIDS will be received and publicly opened at the above address by the undersigned for:

ELECTRICAL WORK- VANDERBILT PUMP STATION, 215071-002 ON 4-7-15 @ 2:00 PM

PROPANE FORKLIFT, 215095-004 ON 4-15-15 @ 2:30 PM

FORD VEHICLES, 215094-004 ON 4-16-15 AT 2:30 PM

BRINK CYLINDER EXTENSIONS & LOCKS, 215122-002 ON 4-16-15 @ 2:00 PM

CLOW ENVIRODISC SHAFT MOUNT REDUCER ASSEMBLY, 215123-002 ON 4-20-15 @ 2:00 PM

BOOKMOBILE, 215093-004 ON 4-29-15 @ 2:30 PM

GALAXY TAB, 215119-005 ON 4-9-15 @ 2:30 PM

in accordance with the specifications on file at the above address.

This Division reserves the right to reject any and all bids and waive any informalities. Formal bids
Can be downloaded at: http://www.erie.gov/depts/purchasing/bids.aspx.

VALLIE M. FERRARACCIO
Director of Purchase
 
DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS, PARKS & Ad placed on 3/27/2015
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PUBLIC WORKS, PARKS & STREETS

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SEALED PROPOSALS FOR THE FOLLOWING:

City-Wide Curb and Sidewalk Replacement
CDBG YR-40 Streets and Sidewalks
DPW Group #818B

Will be received by the Commissioner of Public Works, Parks & Streets, City of Buffalo, 502 City Hall, Buffalo, NY 14202, UNTIL TEN O'CLOCK A.M. LOCAL TIME ON April 10, 2015

The Proposal documents can be viewed and order through the following web site: www.avalonplanroom.com in the Public Bid section. If you do not have internet access or have questions on ordering from the site, please contact Avalon Document Services at (716) 995-7777. Proposal documents can be picked up at Avalon Document Printing at 721 Main Street, Buffalo, NY 14203, upon the deposit of FIFTY-EIGHT DOLLARS ($58.00) non-refundable per set. Payment can be submitted only by company check or money order made payable to the City of Buffalo, Dept. of Public Works, Parks and Streets. NO CASH AND NO PERSONAL CHECKS.

Any questions on this project should be referred to: Watts Architecture & Engineering, 95 Perry Street, Suite 300, 716-206-5100, fax 716-206-5199

Each bidder's attention is called to the General Municipal Law, which requires a bidder's Certification of Non-Collusion. Copies of such Certificates are part of the Proposal Form and, unless complied with, bid will not be accepted.

Bidders must submit prior to awarding of a contract a statement indicating that they will work toward a minority workforce goal of 25% and a women workforce goal of 5%. In addition, a statement must be submitted prior to awarding of a contract indicating that the bidder will work toward a business utilization goal for minority business enterprise of 25% and women business enterprise of 5%.

All bidders shall, with their bid, submit a statement committing to providing apprentice-
ship training opportunities to workers, as well as details of workforce diversification recruiting programs directed at attracting candidates to fill positions to meet such requirements. Any bid received without this statement may be deemed as non-responsive and rejected.

The City of Buffalo will not be responsible for full or partial set of Contract Documents, including any Addenda obtained from any other source. The City of Buffalo reserves the right to reject any and all bids and to waive any informalities therein.
Peter J. Merlo, P.E.
City Engineer
 
DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS, PARKS & Ad placed on 3/27/2015
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SEALED PROPOSALS FOR THE FOLLOWING:

City-Wide Curb and Sidewalk Replacement
CDBG YR-40 Streets and Sidewalks
DPW Group #818C

Will be received by the Commissioner of Public Works, Parks & Streets, City of Buffalo, 502 City Hall, Buffalo, NY 14202, UNTIL TWO O'CLOCK P.M. LOCAL TIME ON April 10, 2015

The Proposal documents can be viewed and order through the following web site: www.avalonplanroom.com in the Public Bid section. If you do not have internet access or have questions on ordering from the site, please contact Avalon Document Services at (716) 995-7777. Proposal documents can be picked up at Avalon Document Printing at 721 Main Street, Buffalo, NY 14203, upon the deposit of FIFTY-EIGHT DOLLARS ($58.00) non-refundable per set. Payment can be submitted only by company check or money order made payable to the City of Buffalo, Dept. of Public Works, Parks and Streets. NO CASH AND NO PERSONAL CHECKS.

Any questions on this project should be referred to: Watts Architecture & Engineering, 95 Perry Street, Suite 300, 716-206-5100, fax 716-206-5199

Each bidder's attention is called to the General Municipal Law, which requires a bidder's Certification of Non-Collusion. Copies of such Certificates are part of the Proposal Form and, unless complied with, bid will not be accepted.

Bidders must submit prior to awarding of a contract a statement indicating that they will work toward a minority workforce goal of 25% and a women workforce goal of 5%. In addition, a statement must be submitted prior to awarding of a contract indicating that the bidder will work toward a business utilization goal for minority business enterprise of 25% and women business enterprise of 5%.

All bidders shall, with their bid, submit a statement committing to providing apprenticeship training opportunities to workers, as well as details of workforce diversification recruiting programs directed at attracting candidates to fill positions to meet such requirements. Any bid received without this statement may be deemed as non-responsive and rejected.

The City of Buffalo will not be responsible for full or partial set of Contract Documents, including any Addenda obtained from any other source. The City of Buffalo reserves the right to reject any and all bids and to waive any informalities therein.
Peter J. Merlo, P.E.
City Engineer
 
DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS, PARKS & Ad placed on 3/25/2015
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SEALED PROPOSALS FOR THE FOLLOWING:

City-Wide Mill & Overlay - 2015
CDBG YR-40 Streets and Sidewalks
DPW Group #818A

Will be received by the Commissioner of Public Works, Parks & Streets, City of Buffalo, 502 City Hall, Buffalo, NY 14202, UNTIL ELEVEN O'CLOCK A.M. LOCAL TIME ON April 8, 2015

The Proposal documents can be viewed and ordered through the following web site: www.avalonplanroom.com in the Public Bid section. If you do not have internet access or have questions on ordering from the site, please contact Avalon Document Services at (716) 995-7777. Proposal documents can be picked up at Avalon Document Printing at 721 Main Street, Buffalo, NY 14203, upon the deposit of FIFTY-EIGHT DOLLARS ($58.00) per set - non-refundable. Payment can be submitted only by company check or money order made payable to the City of Buffalo, Dept. of Public Works, Parks and Streets. NO CASH AND NO PERSONAL CHECKS.

Any questions on this project should be referred to: Watts Architecture & Engineering, 95 Perry Street, Suite 300, 716-206-5100, fax 716-206-5199

Each bidder's attention is called to the General Municipal Law, which requires a bidder's Certification of Non-Collusion. Copies of such Certificates are part of the Proposal Form and, unless complied with, bid will not be accepted.

Bidders must submit prior to awarding of a contract a statement indicating that they will work toward a minority workforce goal of 25% and a women workforce goal of 5%. In addition, a statement must be submitted prior to awarding of a contract indicating that the bidder will work toward a business utilization goal for minority business enterprise of 25% and women business enterprise of 5%.

All bidders shall, with their bid, submit a statement committing to providing apprentice-
ship training opportunities to workers, as well as details of workforce diversification recruiting programs directed at attracting candidates to fill positions to meet such requirements. Any bid received without this statement may be deemed as non-responsive and rejected.

The City of Buffalo will not be responsible for full or partial set of Contract Documents, including any Addenda obtained from any other source. The City of Buffalo reserves the right to reject any and all bids and to waive any informalities therein.
Peter J. Merlo, P.E.
City Engineer

Dated at Buffalo,
New York
 
DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS, PARKS & Ad placed on 3/31/2015
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SEALED PROPOSALS FOR THE FOLLOWING:

CITY HALL: CAFETERIA VENTILATION
65 NIAGARA SQUARE
BUFFALO, NY 14202

Will be received by the Commissioner of Public Works, Parks & Streets, City of Buffalo, 502 City Hall, Buffalo, NY 14202, UNTIL ELEVEN O'CLOCK A.M. LOCAL TIME ON TUESDAY, April 21, 2015

The Proposal documents can be viewed and ordered through the following web site: www.avalonplanroom.com in the Public Bid section. If you do not have internet access or have questions on ordering from the site, please contact Avalon Document Services at (716) 995-7777. Proposal documents can be picked up at Avalon Document Printing at 741 Main Street, Buffalo, NY 14203, upon the payment of FIFTY-EIGHT DOLLARS ($58.00) non-refundable fee per set. Payment can be submitted only by company check or money order made payable to the City of Buffalo, Dept. of Public Works, Parks and Streets. NO CASH AND NO PERSONAL CHECKS.

Any questions on this project should be referred to: Ronald Trigilio via email at rtrigilio@didonato.cc.

A Pre Bid meeting will be conducted on, Tuesday, April 7, 2015 at 11:00 AM on site at City Hall 65 Niagara Square, NY 14202. Please meet in the basement at the entrance of the Cafeteria.

Bidders must submit prior to awarding of a contract a statement indicating that they will work toward a minority workforce goal of 25% and a women workforce goal of 5%. In addition, a statement must be submitted prior to awarding of a contract indicating that the bidder will work toward a business utilization goal for minority business enterprise of 25% and women business enterprise of 5%.

In addition, bidders shall comply with all applicable local laws and ordinances including the City's Apprenticeship Training Program Ordinance. All bidders shall, with their bid, submit a statement committing to providing apprenticeship training opportunities to workers, as well as details of workforce diversification recruiting programs directed at attracting candidates to fill positions to meet such requirements.
Any bid received without this statement may be deemed as non-responsive and rejected.

The City of Buffalo will not be responsible for full or partial set of Contract Documents, including any Addenda obtained from any other source. The City of Buffalo reserves the right to reject any and all bids and to waive any informalities therein.
Each bidder's attention is called to the General Municipal Law, which requires a bidder's Certification of Non-Collusion. Copies of such Certificates are part of the Proposal Form and, unless complied with, bid will not be accepted.

Peter J. Merlo, P.E.,
City Engineer
 
Division of Purchase 851-5235 Sealed Ad placed on 3/26/2015
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Division of Purchase
851-5235

Sealed proposals will be received and publicly opened for the following commodities. Specifications can also be found at our website, www.city-buffalo.com/bids. Bidder must submit statement indicating he/she will work toward a minority workforce and utilization goal of 25% along with a 5% goal for women.

OEM Freightliner and Sterling Parts, Bid Opening to be held April 6, 2015 at 10:00 a.m., at 65 Niagara Sq., Room 1901 City Hall.

William L. Sunderlin,
Director
Division of Purchase
 
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that sealed Ad placed on 3/26/2015
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NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that sealed proposals for the Erie County Sewer District No. 4, Aurora North Pump Station Elimination Sanitary Sewer Project, Contract No. 40RB will be received by the Commissioner of the Erie County Department of Environment and Planning on April 16, 2015 until 11:00 a.m., local time, at 95 Franklin Street, Room 1034, Buffalo, New York, 14202, at which time they will be publicly opened and read aloud in Room 1004.

The contract is located in the Towns of Lancaster and Cheektowaga, Erie County, New York. The work includes installation of approximately 12,455 linear feet of 21" and 27" diameter PVC gravity sanitary sewer pipe, manholes, connections, abandonment of 2 pumping stations, and all other appurtenant work.

Bidders are advised that this is a re-bid of the same project (Contract No. 40R only) advertised on January 22, 2015 with some changes to the contract documents. There is no pre-bid meeting scheduled for the re-bid of this project.

Copies of the Contract documents, plans and specifications may be examined and purchased at the Office of Erie County Department of Environment and Planning, 10th Floor, 95 Franklin St., Buffalo, New York 14202.

The Owner is not responsible for the accuracy or completeness of information, including plans, specifications, and/or any addenda, which the Bidder may have received from sources other than the locations for examining and purchasing listed above.

The deposit for each set of contract documents shall be $100.00 in the form of two checks or money orders, each in the amount of one-half the deposit, and made payable to the Erie County Comptroller. Any bidder requesting a set of plans and specifications mailed to their office must arrange for a pre-paid delivery service or mail carrier.

The envelope containing the bid must be sealed, addressed to the Erie County Commissioner of Environment and Planning and must be clearly and correctly designated as "Erie County Sewer District No. 4, Aurora Pump Station Elimination Sanitary Sewer Project, Contract No. 40RB. Any bid not delivered in person shall be mailed to the Erie County Commissioner of Environment and Planning, 95 Franklin Street, Room 1034, Buffalo, New York 14202, and receieved prior to the time set for the bid opening.

Any bidder returning such plans and specifications in good condition within thirty (30) days following the award of the contract or the rejection of bids will be refunded the full amount of the deposit. Non-bidders will be refunded one-half the deposit. Any bidder requesting more than one (1) set of plans and specifications may purchase the excess, but it is understood that they are not returnable. No refund will be made for documents returned after the thirty-day period.

Erie County Sewer District No. 4 is an exempt organization under the Tax Law, and is exempt from payment of Sales and Compensating Use Taxes which are to be incorporated into the project and which are to be separately sold by the Contractors to the Owner prior to incorporation into the project, pursuant to the provisions of the contract. These taxes are not to be included in the bid. Sales tax will be due on all materials purchased by a Contractor which are either "consumable" or rental property used by the Contractor in connection with the construction or repair.

Each proposal must be accompanied by a certified check payable to the Erie County Comptroller or by a bid bond having a surety thereon from a surety company acceptable to the County Attorney, in an amount not less than five percent (5%) of the total base bid, as surety for execution of the contract.

The successful bidder will be required to furnish Payment and Performance Bond, each in an amount equal to 100 percent of the contract award.

The attention of the bidder is called particularly to the provisions of Erie County Local Law No. 2-2006, known as the "Erie County Workforce Development and Diversification New York State Certified Worker Training Program", to have in place and provide written proof at the time of bid, a New York State Certified Worker Training Program, either intentional to the Contractor or Subcontractor and/or through an organization servicing several Contractors or Subcontractors, appropriate for the type and scope of work to be performed. In the alternative, Rules and Regulations pertaining to Local Law No. 2-2006 allows the Bidder to provide a statement as to the inapplicability, lack of career opportunities, and/or that the magnitude of the contract would make apprentices impractical. Bidders shall also provide affirmation of its commitment toward acceptable achievement or progress toward the County of Erie workforce development and diversification goal of thirty percent minority and female participation combined in project personnel including trades people, trainees, journeymen, apprentices and supervisor staff.

The attention of the bidder is called particularly to requirements with respect to conditions of employment to be observed, minimum wages rates to be paid under the contract, Affirmative Action requirements for Equal Employment Opportunity, along with the Minority Business Enterprise Utilization Commitment. Bidders are also advised that EPA forms 6100.3 and 6100.4 are to be submitted with the bid.

The attention of the bidder is called to the provisions of Article 5A of the General Municipal Law which requires the bidder to execute a certificate of non-collusion and to conform with the other provisions of Article 5A outlined in the specifications. A form for such certificate accompanies the bid form. Unless it is property executed, the bid will not be accepted.

The bidder acknowledges to and for the benefit of the Erie County Sewer District No. 4 ("Purchaser") and the State of New York (the "state") that it understands the goods and services under this project are being funded with monies made available by the Clean Water State Revolving Fund and/or Drinking Water State Revolving Fund that have statutory requirements commonly known as "American Iron and Steel;" that requires all of the iron and steel products used in the project to be produced in the United States ("American Iron and Steel Requirement") including iron and steel products provided by the Contractor pursuant to this Agreement. All of the iron and steel products used in the project will be and/or have been produced in the United States in a manner that complies with the American Iron and Steel Requirement, unless a waiver of that requirement is approved.

The right to reject any and all bids, to waive any informalities in, or to make any award to other than the low bidder, should it be deemed to be in the best interest of Erie County Sewer District No. 4 and in accordance with Law, are herewith reserved.

No bidder may withdraw his bid within 45 days after the date set for the opening thereof, but may withdraw same anytime prior to the scheduled time for opening bids.
BY ORDER OF:
Joseph L. Fiegl, P.E.
Deputy Commissioner
Department of
Environment and Planning

Dated: 3/23/15
Published: 3/26/15
 
NOTICE OF PLANNING BOARD Notice is h Ad placed on 3/28/2015
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NOTICE OF

PLANNING BOARD

Notice is hereby given pursuant to Section 511-137 of the City of Buffalo Code. The City of Buffalo Planning Board will conduct a public hearing on TUESDAY, APRIL 7, 2015 in Room 901 City Hall, Buffalo, New York. The hearings will be held to consider the design and site plan for the proposed construction or rehabilitation of properties in the City of Buffalo and will be held at: 8:15 AM construction of 5-story mixed use building at 301-399 Ohio; 8:30 AM two additions and renovations for a deli and convenient store at 346 Hopkins; 8:45 AM renovate faade for Lloyd's Tacos at 1487 Hertel; 9:00 AM convert Tri-Main roof to a "green roof" at 2495 Main; 9:15 AM renovation of the former AM&A's store for mixed use at 377 Main; 9:30 AM pursuant to Section 421-15 of the Buffalo code to consider the preliminary subdivision plat for 100 Forest in Buffalo, New York. Plans may be examined in Room 901 City Hall weekdays between 8:30 AM and 4:00 PM and at the hearing. James K. Morrell, Chairman
 
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NOTICE OF
PUBLIC HEARING:

Buffalo Urban Renewal Agency

COMBINED
NOTICE OF FINDING OF NO SIGNIFICANT
IMPACT ON THE
ENVIRONMENT
AND NOTICE OF
INTENT TO REQUEST RELEASE OF FUNDS

TO ALL INTERESTED AGENCIES, GROUPS, AND PERSONS: The City of Buffalo (City), City Hall, 65 Niagara Square, Buffalo, New York 14202, Byron W. Brown, Mayor-Chief Executive Officer, has reviewed the following project in accordance with the U. S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) environmental regulations, at 24 CFR Part 58, from the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) review requirements:

PROJECT TITLE:Window Replacement Historic District

PROJECT LOCATION: 370 Florida Street, Buffalo New York

PROJECT TYPE: Full Environmental Assessment

PROJECT DESCRIPTION: The owner of 370 Florida Street, Buffalo New York 14203 in consultation with the City of Buffalo and the Buffalo Urban Renewal Agency will be installing two dining room windows on the property located at 370 Florida Street, Buffalo New York in the Hamlin Park Historic District. Both the City of Buffalo Preservation Board and the New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation (SHPO) have reviewed this project. The SHPO has determined that this project will have no effect on the Hamlin Park Historic District. The City of Buffalo Preservation Board is requiring replacement in-kind with wooden windows or wooden sash properly weather stripped. Both the owner and the City have agreed to abide by the City of Buffalo Preservation Boards requirement.

As a result of this environmental review, the City has determined that the undertaking of this project will not constitute, adversely, an action significantly affecting the quality of the human environment. No further environmental review will be conducted for this project prior to the request for release of funds from HUD.

The facts and reasons for this decision are as follows. The project will provide for new windows that will assist the owner with weatherization that will reduce utilities cost as well as remove windows that were severely deteriorated. This action will help to create a more stable community as well as eliminate blighting influences and environmental deficiencies, substantially improve the visual appearance and image of the home. The identified potential negative impacts appear to be primarily short-term site preparation and related staging activities, which will generate increased vehicle emissions, fugitive dust, and increased noise levels. These are short-term impacts that will have a minor effect on the environment, and are not significant in magnitude or effect. City codes and proper building/construction practices will mitigate potential adverse impacts due to project activities. There are no actions that will be undertaken in either implementing the initial components of the project, or in the long term, which would have a significant adverse impact on the environment.

An Environmental Review Record (ERR) that documents the environmental determinations for this project is on file, and available for review, at the City of Buffalo Office of Strategic Planning and the Permit and Inspections Office, Marty Grunzweig (Tel. No.(716) 851-5085), Room 920 City Hall, Buffalo, New York, 14202. Any individual, group, or agency may submit written comments on the ERR to the City at the above address. All comments regarding the Notice of No Significant Impact received by April 9, 2015 will be considered by the City of Buffalo, Mayor Byron W. Brown, prior to authorizing submission of a request for release of funds.

The City of Buffalo Chief Executive Officer, Mayor Byron W. Brown, will submit a Request for Release of Funds and Certification for this project to the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) on or about April 10, 2015. These documents are required in order to facilitate the undertaking of an action included in City's application for funding under Title I of the U.S. Housing & Urban Development Act of 1974 (PL 93-383). The City is certifying to HUD that Byron W. Brown, in his capacity as Mayor, consents to accept the jurisdiction of the Federal courts if an action is brought to enforce responsibilities in relation to the environmental review process, and that these responsibilities have been satisfied. The legal effect of the certification is that upon approval, the new replacement windows to be installed at 370 Florida Street Buffalo New York may be undertaken and the City and HUD will have satisfied their responsibilities under NEPA and related laws and authorities.

HUD will accept objections to its approval of the release of funds and the City's certification for a period of fifteen (15) days following the anticipated submission date, or HUD's actual receipt of the request (whichever is later), only if they are on one of the following basis: (a) that the certification was not, in fact, executed by the authorized Certifying Officer of the City; (b) the city has omitted a step, or failed to make a decision or finding, required as per the procedures under 24 CFR Part 58; (c) the grant recipient has committed funds, or incurred costs, not authorized by 24 CFR Part 58 before the approval of a release of funds request by HUD; or, (d) when another Federal agency, acting pursuant to 40 CFR Part 1504, has submitted a written finding that the project is unsatisfactory from the standpoint of environmental quality.

Objection to the release of funds must be prepared and submitted in accordance with the required procedure (24 CFR, Part 58) and should be addressed to HUD at the Buffalo Area Office, Lafayette Court, 465 Main Street, Buffalo, New York, 14203 (with a copy to the City of Buffalo Office of Strategic Planning). HUD has until April 27, 2015 to consider any objections, and can only release program funds after that date. Potential objectors should contact HUD to verify the actual last day of the objection period.

These Notices shall satisfy two separate but related procedural requirements for activities to be undertaken by the City of Buffalo.

DATED: March 25, 2015
 
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NOTICE OF
Pursuant to provisions of the General Municipal Law, notice is hereby given that a hearing will be held before the Common Council, Council Chambers, City Hall, at 2:00 P.M. on March 31, 2015 on the following:

To consider the abandonment/sale and results of negotiations for the swap of an approximately 100'x 595' portion of the City-owned Bailey Avenue Right of Way for a certain similar but somewhat larger sized Erie County owned parkland property as approved by the City's Department of Public Works, Parks & Streets and the Office of Strategic Planning, in conjunction with the Bailey Ave Bridges Replacement Project. The parcel to be received by the City in the parcel swap with the County will be used and improved and formally dedicated as a street in conjunction with the construction of two new bridges and realignment of the "S" curve between the currently existing bridges. The properties in question are located on and near Bailey Avenue between the Cazenovia Creek Bridge section of Bailey Avenue and the Buffalo River Bridge section of Bailey Avenue.

All persons will be given an opportunity to be heard at the hearing.

Gerald A. Chwalinski, City Clerk
 
 
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