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2020

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R20-02 Redevelopment of Monticello Manor

Issuance of RFP: 2/28/2020
RFP Responses Due: 3/30/2020 by 12:00PM EST
by email to: info@sullivancountylandbank.org
by mail to: Sullivan County Land Bank, 100 North Street Monticello, NY 12701

Questions
Questions regarding this RFP must be submitted via email by end of day 3/13/2020 with responses by
3/20/2020. Email inquiries to Eugenia Manwelyan at info@sullivancountylandbank.org

A copy of the full RFP can be found by clicking below:

R20-02: Redevelopment Of Monticello Manor

R-20-01: New Construction in Liberty and Monticello

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