Danis Clarkco Landfill Co. v. Clark County Solid Waste Mgmt. Dist.,
653 N.E.2d 646, 73 Ohio St.3d 590, 1995 Ohio LEXIS 1869 (Ohio, September 6, 1995).
County solid waste management district was not subject to provisions of public bidding law in making “designation” of exclusive provider of solid waste management services, but was required only to adhere to bidding procedures it set for itself in its RFP.
Danis Clarkco Landfill Company (“Danis”), a landfill operator, filed an action seeking declaratory and injunctive relief to prevent a county solid waste management district (the “District”) from designating a rival bidder as the sole provider of waste management services for the District. The District had prepared a Request for Proposal (“RFP”) seeking “proposals from qualified bidders to design, construct and operate solid waste management facilities” for the District. Continue reading “Supreme Court of Ohio Rules That Award of Lucrative Right to be Sole Provider of Solid Waste Management Services Not Subject to Competitive Bidding Law”