Frederick County seeking bids for old Aylor Middle School

The Frederick County Board of Supervisors announced they will be seeking sealed bids for the county property consisting of the former Aylor Middle School and surrounding property located at 901 Aylor Road in Stephens City.

The school sits on 23 acres and the building is approximately 107,000 square feet.

The property will be sold as is, together with all improvements, accessories, and rights of way it belongs to.

Bids will be received by Missi Neal, Purchasing Manager for Frederick County’s Finance Department om the 3rd Floor of the Frederick County Government Building at 107 N Kent Street.

Bids are currently being accepted until June 2nd at 2 pm.

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Frederick County Finance Dept. recognized for excellence

The Government Finance Officers Association recognized the Frederick County Finance Department as a Triple Crown Winner.

The designation goes to governments that received the GFOA’s Certificate of Achievement for Excellence in Financial Reporting, Popular Annual Financial Reporting Award, and Distinguished Budget Presentation Award for a fiscal year.

During the 2020 fiscal year, only 317 governments across the country received the honor.

Each award in the triple crown acknowledges the government’s ability to produce reports which communicate financial aspects with transparency while meeting applicable standards.

Director of Finance Cheryl Shiffler has led the department for over 30 years and made sure to thank her staff’s hard work in preparing financial publications.

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