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12-05-2023 Council Packet - RegularCITY OF �. Fe deral Way Centered on Opportunity CITY COUNCIL REGULAR MEETING AGENDA ** AMENDED AGENDA** City Hall — Council Chambers* December 5, 2023 — 6:30 p.m. CALL MEETING TO ORDER 2. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE Boy Scout Troops #361 & #330 3. MAYOR'S EMERGING ISSUES AND REPORT • 2024 Legislative Breakfast - December 18 at the Community Center beginning at 7:30 a.m. • Recent Events: Holiday Movie at the PAEC "Jack Frost" (11/25), Jingle Bell Brunch at the Community Center (12/2), Tree Lighting at Town Square Park (12/2) • Upcoming Events in the Community: Cookies with Mrs. Claus at the Community Center on Thursday, December 14 at 5:30 p.m. • Next City Council meeting in December is cancelled per Council Rules of Procedure • City Hall will be closed in observance of the holidays on Monday, December 25 and Monday, January 1. • 2024 City Council Retreat at Dumas Bay Centre on Saturday, February 3 4. PUBLIC COMMENT RULES: In accordance with State Law, the City of Federal Way prohibits any testimony regarding any campaign for election or promotion of, or opposition to, any ballot proposition during the public comment. Council Rules prohibit any personal, impertinent, threatening or slanderous remarks, and no speaker may convey or donate their time for speaking to another speaker. All individual comments are limited to 3 minutes each. The Mayor may interrupt any speaker whose comments continue too long, relate negatively to others, disparage people based on race, national origin, gender, sexual orientation or other protected status, or are otherwise unconducive to a civil meeting. The Mayor has the authority to preserve order at all meetings of the Council, and to cause the removal of any person from any meeting for disorderly conduct. 5. COUNCIL COMMITTEE AND REGIONAL COMMITTEE REPORTS • Parks/Recreation/Human Services/Public Safety Committee (PRHSPS) • Land Use/Transportation Committee (LUTC) • Finance, Economic Development Regional Affairs Committee (FEDRAC) • Lodging Tax Advisory Committee (LTAC) • Deputy Mayor & Regional Committees Report • Council President Report The City Council may amend this agenda and take action on items not currently listed. Regular Meetings are recorded and televised on Government Access Channel 21 and viewable on FW YouTube. For more information, or to view agenda materials and access public comment sign-up options, please visit www.citvoffederalway.com. To request accommodations or assisted listening devices, please contact the City Clerk prior to the meeting. *Remote attendance available via Zoom meeting code: 363 503 282 and passcode: 738163; or https://cityoffederalway.zoom.us/j/363503282?pwd=VmlocGOrdFVVTURaQnloRUIQOTQ4Zz09 6. CONSENT AGENDA Items listed below have been previously reviewed in their entirety by a Council Committee of three members and brought before full Council for approval; all items are enacted by one motion. Individual items may be removed by a Councilmember for separate discussion and subsequent motion. a. Minutes: November 21, 2023 Regular and Special Meeting b. Monthly Financial Report — October 2023 c. AP Vouchers 10/16 — 11/15/2023 and Payroll Vouchers 11/01 — 11/30/2023 d. Interlocal to Establish the Greater Federal Way Community Emergency Management Program (GFWCEM) e. Granicus Proposal and Master License and Services Agreement f. 2024 Senior Advisory Commission Annual Work Plan g. Washington Department of Corrections Master Agreement Amendment h. Trouve Apartment Multi -Family Tax Exemption (MFTE) Contract i. T-Mobile Site Lease Agreement — BPA/Twin Lakes J. T-Mobile Site Lease Agreement — Lakota Park k. Resolution: Adopting 2024 Fee Schedule 7 COUNCIL BUSINESS a. Federal Wav Community Center Locker Room Architect • Presentation: Autumn Gressett, Community Relations Liaison/Contract Administrator b. Cisco WebEx Calling Agreement Upgrade • Presentation: Thomas Fichtner, IT Director c. Core Network Upgrade • Presentation: Thomas Fichtner, IT Director d. ARPA Business Resiliency Program • Presentation: Tanja Carter, Economic Development Director e. North Lake Management District Advisory Committee Appointments f. Steel Lake Management District Advisory Committee Appointments g. Diversity Commission Appointments h. Confirmation of Independent Salary Commission Appointments i. (added item) Authorization to Apply for King County Shelter Grant The City Council may amend this agenda and take action on items not currently listed. Regular Meetings are recorded and televised on Government Access Channel 21 and viewable on FW YouTube. For more information, or to view agenda materials and access public comment sign-up options, please visit www.citvoffederalway.com. To request accommodations or assisted listening devices, please contact the City Clerk prior to the meeting. 'Remote attendance available via Zoom meeting code: 363 503 282 and passcode: 738163; or https://cityoffederalway.zoom.us/j/363503282?pwd=VmlocGOrdFVVTURaQnloRUIQOTQ4Zz09 8. ORDINANCES First Reading a. Council Bill #871/Ordinance: Update to Indemnification Policy AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF FEDERAL WAY, WASHINGTON RELATING TO INDEMNIFICATION OF CITY OFFICIALS AND EMPLOYEES; AMENDING FWRC 2.05.030, 2.05.040, 2.05.050, 2.05.060, 2.05.070, 2.05.090, 2.05.100, AND 2.05.120. (Amending Ordinance Nos. 89-05, 09-600, 10-666 and 10-669) Presentation: Ryan Call, City Attorney Public Comment - 3 minutes each Second Reading/Enactment b. Council Bill #868/Ordinance: 2023 Annual Comprehensive Plan Amendments AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF FEDERAL WAY, WASHINGTON, AMENDING THE FEDERAL WAY COMPREHENSIVE PLAN, THE COMPREHENSIVE PLAN MAP, AND ZONING MAP; DESIGNATING A DOWNTOWN ARCHITECTURAL OVERLAY; CHANGING THE COMPREHENSIVE PLAN DESIGNATION AND ZONING OF APPROXIMATELY 20 ACRES LOCATED NORTH OF S 316TH STREET BETWEEN PETE VON REICHBAUER WAY S AND 23RD AVE S, FROM CITY CENTER FRAME (CC-F) TO CITY CENTER CORE (CC-C); AND CHANGING THE COMPREHENSIVE PLAN DESIGNATION AND ZONING OF 19.05 ACRES OF LAND LOCATED ON THE NORTH SIDE OF S 320TH STREET, EAST OF 1-5, FROM MULTI -FAMILY (RM2400) TO COMMERCIAL ENTERPRISE (CE). (Amending Ordinance Nos. 90-43, 95-248, 96-270, 98-330, 00-372, 01-405, 03-442, 04-460, 04-461, 04-462, 05-490, 05-491, 05-492, 07-558, 09-614, 10-671, 11-683, 13-736, 13-745, 15-796, 15-798, 18-843, 19-866, 21-907, 22-938 23-954, 23-956 and 23-967) c. Council Bill #869/Ordinance: Code Amendments Relating to City Center -Core and City Center Frame AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF FEDERAL WAY, WASHINGTON, RELATING TO DEVELOPMENT REGULATION AMENDMENTS APPLICABLE TO THE CITY CENTER CORE (CC-C) AND CITY CENTER FRAME (CC-F) ZONES AND ADOPTION OF A DOWNTOWN ARCHITECTURAL OVERLAY; AMENDING FWRC 19.05.040, 19.05.060, 19.05.160, 19.110.080, 19.115.020, 19.115.050, 19.115.060, 19.115.070, 19.115.090, 19.120.030, 19.125.060, 19.190.010, 19.225.010, 19.225.015, 19.225.020, 19.225.030, 19.225.040, 19.225.050, 19.225.055, 19.225.060, 19.225.070, 19.225.075, 19.225.080, 19.225.090, 19.225.100, 19.225.105 19.225.110, 19.225.120, 19.225.130, 19.225.140, AND 19.230.030; ADDING FWRC 19.245.020 AND 19.110.025; AND REPEALING FWRC 19.130.150. (Amending Ordinance Nos. 90-43, 93-170, 96-270, 96-271, 97-291, 97-296, 97-300, 99-333, 00-363, 01-382, 01-385, 01-390, 01-399, 02-424, 03-443, 05-506, 06-515, 06-542, 07-554, 07-559, 08-585, 09-593, 09-604, 09-605, 09-610, 09-630, 09-633, 10-678, 12-724, 12-727, 12-735, 13-750, 13-754, 14-778, 15-797, 17-834, 18-844, 18-850, 20-898, 21-921, 22-929, 22-930, 22-932, 23-949, 23-958, 23-961, and 23-963) d. Council Bill #870/Ordinance: Amendments to Wild Waves Concomitant Development Agreement AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF FEDERAL WAY, WASHINGTON, RELATING TO AMENDING THE ENCHANTED PARKS, INC. CONCOMITANT DEVELOPMENT AGREEMENT (Amending Ordinance Nos. 98-310 and 17-840) The City Council may amend this agenda and take action on items not currently listed. Regular Meetings are recorded and televised on Government Access Channel 21 and viewable on FW YouTube. For more information, or to view agenda materials and access public comment sign-up options, please visit www.cityoffederalwaV.com. To request accommodations or assisted listening devices, please contact the City Clerk prior to the meeting. "Remote attendance available via Zoom meeting code: 363 503 282 and passcode: 738163; or https://citVoffederalwaV.zoom.us/I/363503282?pwd=VmlocGOrdFVVTURaQnloRUIQOTQ4Zz09 COUNCIL REPORTS 10. ADJOURNMENT The City Council may amend this agenda and take action on items not currently listed. Regular Meetings are recorded and televised on Government Access Channel 21 and viewable on FW YouTube. For more information, or to view agenda materials and access public comment sign-up options, please visit www.citvoffederalway.com. To request accommodations or assisted listening devices, please contact the City Clerk prior to the meeting. 'Remote attendance available via Zoom meeting code: 363 503 282 and passcode: 738163; or https://cityoffederalway.zoom.us/j/363503282?pwd=VmlocGOrdFVVTURaQnloRUIQOTQ4Zz09 COUNCIL MEETING DATE: December 5, 2023 ITEM #: 6-or CITY OF FEDERAL WAY CITY COUNCIL AGENDA BILL SUBJECT: CITY COUNCIL MEETING MINUTES POLICY QUESTION: Should the City Council approve the draft minutes for the November 21, 2023 Regular and Special Meetings? COMMITTEE: N/A MEETING DATE: N/A CATEGORY: ® Consent ❑ Ordinance ❑ Public Hearing ❑ City Council Business ❑ Resolution ❑ Other STAFF REPORT BY: Stephanie Courtney, City Clerk DEPT: City Clerk Attachments: November 21, 2023 Regular Meeting Draft Minutes November 21, 2023 Special Meeting Draft Minutes Options Considered: 1. Approve the minutes as presented. 2. Amend the minutes as necessary. MAYOR'S RECOMMENDATION: N/A MAYOR APPROVAL: N/A Committee Initial/Date COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION: N/A N/A Committee Chair N/A Council InitiaVDate N/A DIRECTOR APPROVAL: Committee Member PROPOSED COUNCIL MOTION: 'I move approval of the minutes as presented. Initial/Dale N/A Committee Member (BELOW TO BE COMPLETED BY CITY CLERK'S OFFICEL _ COUNCIL ACTION: ❑ APPROVED COUNCIL BILL # ❑ DENIED First reading ❑ TABLED/DEFERRED/NO ACTION Enactment reading ❑ MOVED TO SECOND READING (ordinances only) ORDINANCE # REVISED - 4/2019 RESOLUTION # CITY OF AD*9AFr Federal Way Centered on Opportunity CITY COUNCIL REGULAR MEETING MINUTES City Hall — Council Chambers* November 21, 2023 — 6:30 p.m. 1. CALL MEETING TO ORDER Mayor Ferrell called the meeting to order at 6:31 p.m. City officials in attendance: Mayor Jim Ferrell, Council President Linda Kochmar, Deputy Mayor Susan Honda, Councilmember Lydia Assefa-Dawson (remote), Councilmember Paul McDaniel, Councilmember Hoang Tran, Councilmember Jack Walsh, and Councilmember Jack Dovey. City staff in attendance: Assistant City Attorney Kent van Alstyne, Deputy City Clerk Jennifer Marshall, and City Administrator Brian Davis. 2. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE Mayor Ferrell led the flag salute. Mayor Ferrell noted Councilmember Lydia Assefa-Dawson has not yet joined the meeting, and will be participating remotely. 3. MAYOR'S EMERGING ISSUES AND REPORT Public Safety Report Chief of Police Andy Hwang overviewed current crime statistics and highlighted some successes from the department including the use of mobile surveillance trailers, graffiti abatement, illegal encampment initiative, and noteworthy arrests. Recent Events Mayor Ferrell reported on his attendance at the Paint the Plow Event; Family Movie Night at the Knutzen Family Theatre, the Memorial Field Ribbon Cutting Ceremony. He reported on presenting funds to the MSC & FW Senior Center Food Banks on November 16. Upcoming Events in the Community Mayor Ferrell announced upcoming events in the community including a holiday movie, the annual Jingle Bell Brunch at the Community Center, and the Tree Lighting at Town Square Park. City Council Meeting Schedule Mayor Ferrell noted the second meeting in December is canceled. Federal Way City Council Regular Minutes Page 1 of 11 November 21, 2023 4. PUBLIC COMMENT Miguel Maestas requested ARPA funding for El Centro de la Raza literacy programs. Janet Torres Garcia and Denisa Aitonean provided information on the financial empowerment programs offered through El Centro de la Raza. Craig Patrick suggested the community reach out to state representatives and legislators to share concern regarding the current crime statistics. Anna Patrick agreed with the previous speaker, and spoke regarding King County jails. Melissa Hamilton addressed the City's legislative priorities and urged the Council to prioritize crime. Mark Christie thanked staff and provided positive feedback regarding the city's approach to homelessness. Susan Strong reported cement bollards installed in front of a convenience store to protect from burglary. Gordon Wallace attended the financial literacy program and shared the positive impact the program has made. Tirzah Idahosa would like to see the city use the opioid settlement funds for addiction prevention programs. As a member of the Diversity Commission, she requested Council move forward to fill open vacancies. Councilmember Tran left the meeting at 7:30 p.m.; he returned at 7:36 p.m. 5. COUNCIL COMMITTEE AND REGIONAL COMMITTEE REPORTS Parks/Recreation/Human Services/Public Safety Committee (PRHSPS) — Councilmember Walsh reported on the November 14 meeting. He thanked Shelley Pauls and "We Love Our City" for the donations to the food bank. Land Use/Transportation Committee (LUTC) — Councilmember Dovey shared the next meeting will be December 4; this will be the final committee meeting of the year. Finance, Economic Development Regional Affairs Committee (FEDRAC) — Councilmember Tran noted two ordinances on the agenda were forwarded from FEDRAC. Council President Kochmar left the meeting at 7:42 p.m.; she returned at 7.48 p.m. Councilmember McDaniel briefly left the meeting at 7:47 p.m.; he returned at 7:48 p.m. Lodging Tax Advisory Committee (LTAC) — no report. Deputy Mayor & Regional Committees Report — Deputy Mayor Honda congratulated Tukwila Councilmember Hougardy who recently received the Women of Excellence award, and noted she was excited to be appointed to the Women in Municipal Leadership Board. Council President Report — Council President Kochmar thanked Mayor Ferrell for securing funds for the local food banks. She encouraged generous support for those in need. Federal Way City Council Regular Minutes Page 2 of 11 November 21, 2023 6. CONSENT AGENDA a. Minutes: November 8, 2023 Regular and Special Meeting Minutes b. Street Light Infill Project, 85% Design and Authorization to Bid c. Neighborhood Traffic Safety (NTS) Program Project: S 304th (Pacific Hwy S to 28th Ave S) d. Adaptive Traffic Signal Control - City Center Phase 2 - Project Acceptance e. Citywide Pedestrian Safety Improvements - Approval to Award f. 2024 Asphalt Overlay Program Preliminary Project List and Authorization to Bid g. Citywide Adaptive Signal Control System - ITS Improvements Phase 1,2, and 3 - Project Acceptance h. 2022 Storm Pipe Repair Project - Project Acceptance i. Former Bridges Barn Demolition - Project Acceptance j. Transportation Demand Management Implementation Agreement with WSDOT k. Authorization to Enter into an Interlocal with King County for Conservation Futures Tax Levy (CFT) Grant 2024 Diversity Commission Work Plan m. Community Fireworks Display for the Red, White & Blues Festival Contract n. Staffing Position Control Change at the Federal Way Community Center o. Systems for Public Safety Agreement - Amendment 3 p. Internet Crimes Against Children ("ICAC") - Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) between Seattle PD and Federal Way PD for Funding for Officer Support Activities/Training q. Pierce Transit Extra Duty Police Services Interlocal Agreement Amendment 4 r. Jail Services Agreement SCORE Jail - Amendment 1 COUNCIL PRESIDENT KOCHMAR MOVED APPROVAL OF THE CONSENT AGENDA ITEMS (A) THROUGH (R); SECOND BY COUNCILMEMBER MCDANIEL. The motion passed 6-0 as follows: Council President Kochmar yes Councilmember Tran yes Deputy Mayor Honda yes Councilmember Walsh yes Councilmember Assefa-Dawson excused Councilmemberpovey yes Councilmember McDaniel yes 7. PUBLIC HEARINGS a. Ordinance: Amendments to Wild Waves Concomitant Development Agreement* Mayor Ferrell opened the public hearing at 7:55 p.m. Community Development Director Keith Niven overviewed the proposed amendments to the current Wild Waves Concomitant Development Agreement which was implemented in 1998. If approved, this would be the fourth amendment to the original document. Federal Way City Council Regular Minutes Page 3 of 11 November 21, 2023 He noted the requested changes include: changes to permitted uses by removing acreage limitation on hotels and/or warehouses; clarification to hours of operation; traffic, mitigation, and impact fees; and to extend the term through 2053. Public Comment: Jody Kneupper, Wild Waves Park President, supports the amendment and feels this will allow for park growth. One written comment from Margaret Ter p was received in opposition to the amendment and forwarded to City Council prior to the meeting. COUNCILMEMBER DOVEY MOVED TO CLOSE THE PUBLIC HEARING; SECOND BY COUNCILMEMBER WALSH. The motion passed 6-0 as follows: Council President Kochmar yes Councilmember Tran yes Deputy Mayor Honda yes Councilmember Walsh yes Councilmember Assefa-Dawson excused Councilmember Dovey yes Councilmember McDaniel yes b. First Amendment to the 2023 Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Annual Action Plan Mayor Ferrell opened the public hearing at 8:09 p.m. Human Services Coordinator Kim Bachrach presented details on the proposed first amendment of the 2023 Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Annual Action Plan. No public comments were received. COUNCILMEMBER WALSH MOVED TO CLOSE THE PUBLIC HEARING; SECOND BY COUNCIL PRESIDENT KOCHMAR. The motion passed 6-0 as follows: Council President Kochmar yes Councilmember Tran yes Deputy Mayor Honda yes Councilmember Walsh yes Councilmember Assefa-Dawson excused Councilmember Dovey yes Councilmember McDaniel yes COUNCILMEMBER WALSH MOVED APPROVAL OF THE FIRST AMENDMENT TO THE 2023 COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BLOCK GRANT ANNUAL ACTION PLAN; SECOND BY COUNCIL PRESIDENT KOCHMAR. The motion passed 6-0 as follows: Council President Kochmar yes Councilmember Tran yes Deputy Mayor Honda yes Councilmember Walsh yes CouncilmemberAssefa-Dawson excused Councilmember Dovey yes Councilmember McDaniel yes c. Program Year 2024 Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Annual Action Plan Mayor Ferrell opened the public hearing at 8:15 p.m. Human Services Coordinator Kim Bachrach noted the overview of the program was the same as the previous item and outlined the proposed allocations. Federal Way City Council Regular Minutes Page 4 of 11 November 21, 2023 No public comments were received. COUNCILMEMBER WALSH MOVED TO CLOSE THE PUBLIC HEARING; SECOND BY COUNCILMEMBER DOVEY. The motion passed 6-0 as follows: Council President Kochmar yes Councilmember Tran yes Deputy Mayor Honda yes Councilmember Walsh yes CouncilmemberAssefa-Dawson excused Councilmember Dovey yes Councilmember McDaniel yes COUNCILMEMBER WALSH MOVED APPROVAL OF THE 2024 COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BLOCK GRANT; SECOND BY COUNCILMEMBER DOVEY. The motion passed 6-0 as follows: Council President Kochmar yes Councilmember Tran yes Deputy Mayor Honda yes Councilmember Walsh yes CouncilmemberAssefa-Dawson excused Councilmember Dovey yes Councilmember McDaniel yes Councilmember Assefa-Dawson jointed the meeting at 8:19 p.m. 8. COUNCIL BUSINESS a. Notification of Emergency Procurement and Authorization to Repair and Replace Vehicles and Equipment due to vandalism and theft at Steel Lake Maintenance Facility Public Works Director EJ Walsh reported on a recent burglary at the Steel Lake Maintenance Facility totaling approximately $213,793. Due to the significance of the theft, Mayor Ferrell signed an emergency declaration allowing for replacement of critical equipment necessary for emergency responses and essential functions. Director Walsh is currently seeking Council authorization for the approved emergency procurement, as well funds to cover the remaining losses. Parks Director John Hutton reported Mayor Ferrell directed staff to secure the facility with onsite security, which has been contracted on an interim basis. Ongoing funding for security will need to be identified. Councilmembers suggested looking at remaining ARPA funds, and agreed to hold this discussion until that point in the agenda. COUNCIL PRESIDENT KOCHMAR MOVED TO APPROVE THE EMERGENCY PROCUREMENT AND AUTHORIZATION TO REPAIR AND REPLACE VEHICLES AND EQUIPMENT AT THE STEEL LAKE MAINTENANCE FACILITY FOR THE LOSS AMOUNT OF $213,793; SECOND BY COUNCILMEMBER DOVEY. The motion passed unanimously as follows: Council President Kochmar yes Councilmember Tran yes Deputy Mayor Honda yes Councilmember Walsh yes CouncilmemberAssefa-Dawson yes Councilmember Dovey yes Councilmember McDaniel yes COUNCIL PRESIDENT KOCHMAR MOVED TO APPROVE ON -SITE SECURITY FOR THE STEEL LAKE FACILITY IN THE AMOUNT OF $187,440; SECOND BY COUNCILMEMBER DOVEY. In response to Council questions, Finance Director Steve Groom assured that the funding for security could be identified. City Administrator Brian Davis agreed, noting this is a high priority Federal Way City Council Regular Minutes Page 5 of 11 November 21, 2023 need to ensure both Parks and Public Works to continue their level of service for the community. Councilmember Tran indicated concern with the cost and does not support the motion. Councilmember Dovey suggested the request is not sufficient to cover the need, and suggested the amount be increased. COUNCILMEMBER DOVEY MOVED TO AMEND THE PREVIOUS MOTION TO BROADEN THE MEASURES TO INCLUDE `SECURITY AND HARDENING OF THE TARGET' FOR TOTAL AUTHORIZATION OF $250,000; SECOND BY COUNCILMEMBER WALSH. Council President Kochmar suggested a friendly amendment to include "up to but not to exceed $250,000" in the pending motion. The maker of the motion and the second accepted the friendly amendment. Amendment clarified: COUNCILMEMBER DOVEY MOVED TO AMEND THE PREVIOUS MOTION TO BROADEN THE MEASURES TO INCLUDE `SECURITY AND HARDENING OF THE TARGET' FOR UP TO BUT NOT TO EXCEED $250,000; SECOND BY COUNCILMEMBER WALSH The amendment passed 5-2 (Tran and McDaniel dissenting): Council President Kochmar yes Councilmember Tran no Deputy Mayor Honda yes Councilmember Walsh yes CouncilmemberAssefa-Dawson yes Councilmember Dovey yes Councilmember McDaniel no Main Motion, as amended: COUNCIL PRESIDENT KOCHMAR MOVED TO AUTHORIZE UP TO BUT TO NOT EXCEED $250,000 FOR `ON -SITE SECURITY AND HARDENING OF THE TARGET' FOR THE STEEL LAKE MAINTENANCE FACILITY; SECOND BY COUNCILMEMBER DOVEY. The main motion as amended passed 5-2 (Tran and McDaniel dissenting): Council President Kochmar yes Councilmember Tran no Deputy Mayor Honda yes Councilmember Walsh yes CouncilmemberAssefa-Dawson yes Councilmember Dovey yes Councilmember McDaniel no b. 2024 Legislative Agenda Policy Advisory Bill Vadino introduced State Lobbyist Jim Hedrick who provided information on the state legislative schedule for 2024. Mr. Vadino overviewed the proposed legislative priorities. COUNCIL PRESIDENT KOCHMAR MOVED TO APPROVE THE 2024 LEGISLATIVE AGENDA; SECOND BY COUNCILMEMBER WALSH. The motion passed unanimously as follows: Council President Kochmar yes Councilmember Tran yes Deputy Mayor Honda yes Councilmember Walsh yes CouncilmemberAssefa-Dawson yes Councilmember Dovey yes Councilmember McDaniel yes At 9:40 p.m. Mayor Ferrell announced the Council would take a brief recess; he reconvened the meeting at 9:49 p.m. COUNCIL PRESIDENT KOCHMAR MOVED SUSPEND COUNCIL RULES TO EXTEND THE MEETING PAST 10:00 P.M.; SECOND BY DEPUTY MAYOR HONDA. The motion passed unanimously as follows: Federal Way City Council Regular Minutes Page 6 of 11 November21, 2023 Council President Kochmar yes Councilmember Tran yes Deputy Mayor Honda yes Councilmember Walsh yes CouncilmemberAssefa-Dawson yes Councilmemberpovey yes Councilmember McDaniel yes C. ARPA Grants for Financial Literacy and Workforce Development Community Services Manager Sarah Bridgeford reported the city received eleven (11) applications in response to the Financial Literacy & Workforce Development RFP. Following review by the Human Services Commission four (4) applications were recommended for consideration for the $650,000 previously allocated by the Council with ARPA funds. COUNCILMEMBER DOVEY MOVED TO ALLOCATE $450,000 FROM ARPA TOWARDS THE LOSSES AT THE STEEL LAKE MAINTENANCE FACILITY (EQUIPMENT, TOOLS, AND SECURITY MEASURES); $100,000 FOR THE CURRENT CITY FINANCIAL PROGRAM, $50,000 FOR THE WASHINGTON STATE CREDIT UNION FINANCIAL PROGRAM AND $50,000 FOR FUSION POVERTY BAY CAFE JOBS TRAINING PROGRAM; COUNCILMEMER WALSH SECOND. Councilmembers debated various iterations of allocating the $650,000 of ARPA funds. Councilmembers thanked the Human Services Commission and expressed a desire to fund the Human Service programs sufficiently for success. Council continued to debated and asked various questions of city staff. Council President Kochmar suggested a friendly amendment to modify the motion and remove the split between the Washington State Credit Union and the FUSION Job Training Program, to allocate the entire $100,000 to the FUSION Jobs Training Program. The maker of the motion and the second agreed. Councilmember Tran reiterated his opposition to on -site security as he does not believe there is a need. Motion restated. COUNCILMEMBER DOVEY MOVED TO ALLOCATE $450,000 FROM ARPA TOWARDS THE LOSSES AT THE STEEL LAKE MAINTENANCE FACILITY (EQUIPMENT, TOOLS, AND SECURITY MEASURES); $100,000 FOR THE CURRENT CITY FINANCIAL PROGRAM, AND $100,000 FOR THE FUSION POVERTY BAY CAFE JOBS TRAINING PROGRAM; COUNCILMEMER WALSH SECOND. The motion failed 4-3 (Honda, Assefa-Dawson, McDaniel, and Tran dissenting): Council President Kochmar yes Councilmember Tran no Deputy Mayor Honda no Councilmember Walsh yes CouncilmemberAssefa-Dawson no Councilmemberpovey yes Councilmember McDaniel no COUNCILMEMBER MCDANIEL MOVED TO ALLOCATE $250,000 OF ARPA MONEY TO FUND REPLACEMENT OF THEFT, SECURITY, AND HARDENING OF THE MAINTENANCE FACILITY; AND $100,000 EACH FOR CASA LATINA, FUSION, YWCA, AND FINANCIAL LITERACY WORKSHOP; SECOND BY COUNCILMEMBER TRAN. Council discussion continued regarding, the need for security at the Steel Lake Maintenance Facility and how it can be funded. Deputy Mayor Honda suggested a friendly amendment to allocate $400,000 (for security measures) and reduce the Financial Literacy and Workforce Grants to $50,000 for each of the four organizations. The maker of the motion declined the friendly amendment. Federal Way City Council Regular Minutes Page 7 of 11 November 21, 2023 Councilmember Dovey proposed a friendly amendment for $350,000 (for Steel Lake Maintenance Facility) replacement of tools, equipment and security measures with the balance of $300,000 allocated evenly at $75,000, between the four organizations. The maker of the motion declined the friendly amendment. After continued debate, Councilmember McDaniel proposed an amended motion, Councilmember Tran (second of the main motion) agreed. Amended motion: COUNCILMEMBER MCDANIEL MOVED TO ALLOCATE $325,000 OF ARPA MONEY TOWARDS THE OPERATIONS AND MAINTENANCE FACILITY REPAIRS, REPLACMENT OF THE TOOLS, SECURITY, AND HARDENING; AND USE THE REMAINING $325,000 DIVIDED FOUR WAYS EVENLY AT $81,250 FOR CASA LATINA, FUSION, YWCA, AND THE CITY FINANCIAL LITERACY WORKSHOP; SECOND BY COUNCILMEMBER TRAN. The motion as amended passed 6-1 (Assefa- Dawson dissenting). Council President Kochmar yes Councilmember Tran yes Deputy Mayor Honda yes Councilmember Walsh yes Councilmember Assefa-Dawson no Councilmember Dovey yes Councilmember McDaniel yes 9. ORDINANCES — FIRST READING a. Council Bill #868/Ordinance: 2023 Annual Comprehensive Plan Amendments AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF FEDERAL WAY, WASHINGTON, AMENDING THE FEDERAL WAY COMPREHENSIVE PLAN, THE COMPREHENSIVE PLAN MAP, AND ZONING MAP; DESIGNATING A DOWNTOWN ARCHITECTURAL OVERLAY; CHANGING THE COMPREHENSIVE PLAN DESIGNATION AND ZONING OF APPROXIMATELY 20 ACRES LOCATED NORTH OF S 316TH STREET BETWEEN PETE VON REICHBAUER WAY S AND 23RD AVE S, FROM CITY CENTER FRAME (CC-F) TO CITY CENTER CORE (CC-C); AND CHANGING THE COMPREHENSIVE PLAN DESIGNATION AND ZONING OF 19.05 ACRES OF LAND LOCATED ON THE NORTH SIDE OF S 320TH STREET, EAST OF 1-5, FROM MULTI -FAMILY (RM2400) TO COMMERCIAL ENTERPRISE (CE). (AMENDING ORDINANCE NOS. 90-43, 95-248, 96-270, 98-330, 00-372, 01-405, 03-442, 04-460, 04-461, 04-462, 05-490, 05-491, 05-492, 07-558, 09-614, 10-671, 11-683, 13-736, 13-745, 15-796, 15-798, 18-843, 19-866, 21-907, 22-938 23-954, 23-956 AND 23-967) Senior Planner Chaney Skadsen overviewed the proposed Comprehensive Plan amendments. Community Development Director Keith Niven answered Council questions regarding architectural overlay and questions specific to the South King Fire property rezone. Public Comment: Fire Chief David VanValkemburq spoke in support of the rezoning indicating it will allow the department to surplus the property. Evan Schneider spoke in support of the rezone. Deputy City Clerk Jennifer Marshall read the ordinance title into the record. Federal Way City Council Regular Minutes Page 8 of 11 November21, 2023 COUNCILMEMBER DOVEY MOVED TO FORWARD THE PROPOSED ORDINANCE TO THE DECEMBER 5, 2023 COUNCIL MEETING FOR SECOND READING AND ENACTMENT; SECOND BY COUNCILMEMBER WALSH. The motion passed unanimously as follows: Council President Kochmar yes Councilmember Tran yes Deputy Mayor Honda yes Councilmember Walsh yes CouncilmemberAssefa-Dawson yes Councilmemberpovey yes Councilmember McDaniel yes b. Council Bill #869/Ordinance: Code Amendments Relating to City Center -Care and City_ Center Frame AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF FEDERAL WAY, WASHINGTON, RELATING TO DEVELOPMENT REGULATION AMENDMENTS APPLICABLE TO THE CITY CENTER CORE (CC-C) AND CITY CENTER FRAME (CC-F) ZONES AND ADOPTION OF A DOWNTOWN ARCHITECTURAL OVERLAY; AMENDING FWRC 19.05.040, 19.05.060, 19.05.160, 19.110.080, 19.115.020, 19.115.050, 19.115.060, 19.115.070, 19.115.090, 19.120.030, 19.125.060, 19.190.010, 19.225.010, 19.225.015, 19.225.020, 19.225.030, 19.225.040, 19.225.050, 19.225.055, 19.225.060, 19.225.070, 19.225.075, 19.225.080, 19.225.090, 19.225.100, 19.225.105 19.225.110, 19.225.120, 19.225.130, 19.225.140, AND 19.230.030; ADDING FWRC 19.245.020 AND 19.110.025; AND REPEALING FWRC 19.130.150. (AMENDING ORDINANCE NOS. 90-43, 93-170, 96-270, 96-271, 97-291, 97-296, 97-300, 99-333, 00-363, 01-382, 01-385, 01-390, 01-399, 02-424, 03-443, 05-506, 06-515, 06-542, 07-554, 07-559, 08-585, 09-593, 09-604, 09-605, 09-610, 09-630, 09-633, 10-678, 12-724, 12-727, 12-735, 13-750, 13-754, 14-778, 15-797, 17-834, 18-844, 18-850, 20-898, 21-921, 22-929, 22-930, 22-932, 23-949, 23-958, 23-961, AND 23-963) Community Development Director Keith Niven presented information on the proposed ordinance which is a companion to the Comprehensive Plan Amendments. This update will result in development standards to better reflect Council's urban vision for the city center and downtown. No public comment was received. Deputy City Clerk Jennifer Marshall read the ordinance title into the record. COUNCILMEMBER DOVEY MOVED TO FORWARD THE PROPOSED ORDINANCE TO THE DECEMBER 5, 2023 COUNCIL MEETING FOR SECOND READING AND ENACTMENT; SECOND BY COUNCILMEMBER ASSEFA-DAWSON. The motion passed unanimously as follows: Council President Kochmar yes Councilmember Tran yes Deputy Mayor Honda yes Councilmember Walsh yes CouncilmemberAssefa-Dawson yes Councilmember Dovey yes Councilmember McDaniel yes c. Council Bill #870/Ordinance: Amendments to Wild Waves Concomitant Development Agreement AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF FEDERAL WAY, WASHINGTON, RELATING TO AMENDING THE ENCHANTED PARKS, INC. CONCOMITANT DEVELOPMENT AGREEMENT (AMENDING ORDINANCE NOS. 98-310 AND 17-840). No additional presentation was made on this item. Deputy City Clerk Jennifer Marshall read the ordinance title into the record. COUNCILMEMBER DOVEY MOVED TO FORWARD THE PROPOSED ORDINANCE TO THE DECEMBER 5, 2023 COUNCIL MEETING FOR SECOND READING AND ENACTMENT; SECOND BY COUNCILMEMBER WALSH. Federal Way City Council Regular Minutes Page 9 of 11 November 21, 2023 Deputy Mayor Honda expressed concerns regarding the warehouse portion of the amendment fearing the full property could be turned into warehouses. Community Development Director Keith Nivens responded there is nothing in the proposed development agreement that would preclude that type of development. Council discussion continued regarding a potential future development of a hotel and concern with increased road noise in the area if warehouses were developed. Council also shared their appreciation for the park as a regional attraction for the city. Wild Waves Owner John Stock spoke in support of the amendment. Council asked staff additional clarifying questions regarding SEPA review and permitting timeline. Councilmember Dovey called the question; Council concluded debate. The main motion passed 6-1 (Honda dissenting). Council President Kochmar yes Councilmember Tran yes Deputy Mayor Honda no Councilmember Walsh yes CouncilmemberAssefa-Dawson yes Councilmember Dovey yes Councilmember McDaniel yes ORDINANCES — SECOND READING/ENACTMENT: d. Council Bill #866/ Ordinance: 2028-2024 Biennial Budget Midyear Amendment/APPROVED ORDINANCE 23-974 AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF FEDERAL WAY, WASHINGTON RELATING TO AMENDING THE 2023-2024 BIENNIAL BUDGET (Amending Ordinance Nos. 22-941, 23-959 and 23-966). Deputy City Clerk Jennifer Marshall read the ordinance title into the record. COUNCILMEMBER TRAN MOVED APPROVAL OF THE PROPOSED ORDINANCE; SECOND BY COUNCILMEMBER ASSEFA-DAWSON. The motion passed unanimously as follows: Council President Kochmar yes Councilmember Tran yes Deputy Mayor Honda yes Councilmember Walsh yes CouncilmemberAssefa-Dawson yes Councilmember Dovey yes Councilmember McDaniel yes e. Council Bill #867/ Ordinance: 2024 Property Tax Levy1APPROVED ORDINANCE 23- 975 AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF FEDERAL WAY, WASHINGTON RELATING TO FIXING THE PROPERTY TAX AMOUNT FOR THE YEAR 2024. Deputy City Clerk Jennifer Marshall read the ordinance title into the record. COUNCILMEMBER TRAN MOVED APPROVAL OF THE PROPOSED ORDINANCE; SECOND BY COUNCILMEMBER WALSH. The motion passed 6-1 (McDaniel dissenting): Council President Kochmar yes Councilmember Tran yes Deputy Mayor Honda yes Councilmember Walsh yes CouncilmemberAssefa-Dawson yes Councilmember Dovey yes Councilmember McDaniel no f. Council Bill #865/Ordinance: Ordinance relating to a Concomitant Zoning Agreement Federal Way City Council Regular Minutes Page 10 of 11 November 21, 2023 Amendment for the WinCo Food Properly!APPROVED ORDINANCE 23-973 AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF FEDERAL WAY, WASHINGTON, RELATING TO APPROVAL OF AN AMENDMENT TO THE WINCO FOODS CONCOMITANT ZONING AGREEMENT TO REMOVE THE APPLICABILITY OF THE CONCOMITANT ZONING AGREEMENT TO THE WINCO FOODS PROPERTY. (Amending Ordinance No. 91-99) Deputy City Clerk Jennifer Marshall read the ordinance title into the record. COUNCILMEMBER DOVEY MOVED APPROVAL OF THE PROPOSED ORDINANCE; SECOND BY COUNCILMEMBER ASSEFA-DAWSON. The motion passed unanimously as follows: Council President Kochmar yes Councilmember Tran yes Deputy Mayor Honda yes Councilmember Walsh yes Councilmember Assefa-Dawson yes Councilmember Dovey yes Councilmember McDaniel yes 10. COUNCIL REPORTS Councilmember Dovey, Councilmember Tran, Councilmember McDaniel, and Councilmember Assefa-Dawson provided no report. Councilmember Walsh wished everyone a happy Thanksgiving and noted a singing event he is participating in. Deputy Mayor Honda welcomed Councilmember Assefa-Dawson home and wished everyone a safe Thanksgiving Council President Kochmar congratulated her granddaughter's soccer team who made it to the state championship. 11. ADJOURNMENT There being nothing further on the agenda; the regular meeting was adjourned at 11:34 p.m. Attest: Stephanie Courtney, CMC City Clerk Approved by Council: Federal Way City Council Regular Minutes Page 11 of 11 November 21, 2023 CITY OF Federal Way Centered on Opportunity CITY COUNCIL SPECIAL MEETING MINUTES City Hall - Council Chambers November 21, 2023 - 4:30 p.m. CALL MEETING TO ORDER Mayor Ferrell called the meeting to order at 4:31 p.m. City officials in attendance: Mayor Jim Ferrell, Council President Linda Kochmar, Deputy Mayor Susan Honda, Councilmember Paul McDaniel, Councilmember Hoang Tran, Councilmember Jack Walsh, and Councilmember Jack Dovey. City staff in attendance: Assistant City Attorney Kent van Alstyne, Deputy City Clerk Jennifer Marshall, and City Administrator Brian Davis. 2. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE Mayor Ferrell led the flag salute Mayor Ferrell excused Councilmember Lydia Assefa-Dawson's absence due to travel noting she anticipates participating remotely in the Regular Meeting. 3. STUDY SESSION a. Parks, Recreation, Open Space (PROS) Plan; Brooklake Master Plan and Steel Lake Master Plan Updates Deputy Parks Director Jason Gerwen introduced consultants Wayne Carlson and Alex Campbell with AHBL, Inc. who participated in the presentation and discussion regarding: * Parks, Recreation, Open Space (PROS) Plan * Brooklake Park Master Plan * Steel Lake Master Plan Deputy Director Gerwen provided an overview of the Parks, Recreation and Open Space (PROS) Plan and the addition of a Parks Chapter to the Comprehensive Plan for the first time in the history of the city. He noted the ongoing public seeking community input throughout this process. Mr. Carlson explained the PROS Plan and Mr. Campbell outlined the timeline for both the PROS and Master Plans with the intention to present final designs to the Planning Commission in March of 2024. Federal Way City Council Special Minutes Page 1 of 2 November 21, 2023 Deputy Director Gerwen led a discussion on the plan and specifically Brooklake and Steel Lake Parks seeking Council input and direction. Council provided ideas and visions for both properties including programming which would include the Historical Society, a Welcome Center, and reconfiguration of some of the property and green spaces. Council concluded the discussion thanking the Parks staff for their work noting the excellent feedback they often receive regarding parks in the city. 4. ADJOURNMENT There being nothing further on the agenda; the regular meeting was adjourned at 5:50 p.m. Attest: Jennifer Marshall Deputy City Clerk Approved by Council: Federal Way City Council Special Minutes Page 2 of 2 November 21, 2023 COUNCIL MEETING DATE: December 5, 2023 ITEM #: 6b CITY OF FEDERAL WAY CITY COUNCIL AGENDA BILL SUBJECT: OCTOBER 2023 MONTHLY FINANCIAL REPORT POLICY QUESTION: Should the Council approve the October 2023 Monthly Financial Report? COMMITTEE: FINANCE, ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND REGIONAL MEETING DATE: Nov. 28, 2023 AFFAIRS COMMITTEE (FEDRAC) CATEGORY: ® Consent ❑ Ordinance ❑ Public Hearing ❑ City Council Business ❑ Resolution ❑ Other STAFF REPORT BY: Steve Groom, Finance Director DEPT: Finance Attachments: October 2023 Monthly Financial Report Options to Consider: 1. Approve the October 2023 Monthly Financial Report as presented 2. Deny approval of the October 2023 Monthly Financial Report and provide direction to staff MAYOR'S RECOMMENDATION: Mayor recommends approval of Option 1. MAYOR APPROVAL ,Irr ,&-L •%h 01 I11M1 DIRECTOR APPROVAL: I 1 { Z 3 Daie COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION: I move to forward the October 2023 Monthly Financial Report to the December S, 2023 consent agenda for approval. �►l.iRM M_' Committee Member PROPOSED COUNCIL MOTION: "I move approval of the Monthly Financial Report. " (BELOW TO BE COMPLETED BY CITY CLERK'S OFFICE COUNCIL ACTION: ❑ APPROVED COUNCIL BILL # ❑ DENIED First reading ❑ TABLED/DEFERRED/NO ACTION Enactment reading ❑ MOVED TO SECOND READING (ordinances only) ORDINANCE # REVISED — 1/2022 RESOLUTION # 4% CITY OF 1�, Federal Way DATE: November 28, 2023 TO: Mayor and City Council Management Team FROM: Steve Groom, Finance Director Chase Donnelly, Deputy Finance Director SUBJECT: Monthly Financial Report FINANCE DEPARTMENT This report is to brief you on monthly and year-to-date (YTD) revenues and expenses, compared to budget and prior year, on the city's cash and fund balance positions, and on the monthly investment performance, transactions and current holdings. Generally, City's cash position continues to be strong, budgetary controls on expenditures are resulting in a slightly favorable variance and revenues are strongly positive. General/Street Fund Summary: Revenues & Transfers In are favorable to YTD budget of $44.55M by $4.48M or (10.1%). Expenditures & Transfers Out are favorable to YTD budget of $52.16M by $0.05M or 0.1% primarily due to timing of ARPA spending. 12.00 % 10.00 % 8.00% 6.00% 4.00% 2.00% 0.00% -2.00 % Revenue General/Street Fund % of Budget General/Street Fund Cumulative Yearto Date $55,000,000 $50,000,000 $45,000,000 $40,000,000 Revenue Budget 0 Actual Expense Expense CITY OF ,A Federal Way Other Fund Highlights FINANCE DEPARTMENT ' Utility Tax revenue is trending favorably, $0.67M or 5.0% above 2023 YTD budget, and $0.92M or 7.1% above 2022 YTD actual. Utility tax on water/sewer and addition of 10% on solid waste services account for the increase. ' Real Estate Excise Tax (REET) is $1.35M or 31.2% below 2023 YTD budget, and $1.72M or 36.6% below 2022 YTD collections. This is an indicator of the Federal Way real estate market's volume and valuations. ' Expenditures & Transfer Out is unfavorable, $0.08M or 0.3% above YTD budget, but $0.66M below 2022 YTD actuals. The unfavorable variance to budget is primarily due to an increase in jail expenditures. OTHER SIGNIFICANT FUNDS OF NOTE 2022 2023 YTD Budget vs. Actual FawraNel(Unfawrade) Annual Budet Annual Actual YTD Actual Annual Budget YTD Bu et YTD Actual $ Revenues: Utility Tax 10,584,294 11,858,892 8,815,411 12,449,432 8,957,108 9,326,771 369,663 4.1% Utility Tax- Prop 1 Voter Package 3,093,312 3,460,473 2,511,722 3,402,436 2,511,722 2,720,315 208,593 8.3% 'Utility Tax -Solid Waste l0o/o 2,000,000 Z310,053 1,719,852 2,200,000 1,833,333 1,920,445 87,112 4.8% Real Estate Excise Tax 4,421,454 5,117,985 4,696,808 5,521,000 4,323,740 2,976,021 (1,347,719) -31.2% 'Traffic Safet (Red light/School Zone) 2,872,442 3,842,343 3,238.795 3,000.000 2,476.426 3,778,127 1.301.701 52.6°/a Hotel/Motel LodgingTax 150,000 281,845 209,422 293,000 225,402 216,425 (8,977) 4.01/o Federal Way Community Center 1,690,875 1,761,950 1,191,425 1,930,875 1,609,063 1,288,012 321,050) -20.0% Perforating Arts & Event Ctr Operations 1,611,664 1,690,259 1,196,856 1,279,780 1,066,484 1,0,614 359,130 33.7% Dumas Bay Centre Fund 535,151 591,019 424,925 527,698 439,748 696,476 256,728 58.4°/a Total Revenues 2059,192 30914,819 24,005316 30,604,221 23,443,025 24348,205 905,180 3.9% Ependitures & Transfers Out: Utility TaxSupporttoOtherFundsforoperations 9,734,702 9,837,985 7,874,034 11,804,598 6,327,446 6,327,446 0.01/0 !Utility TaxPrO osition 1 operations 4,170,275 4,126,995 3,250,688 4,471,873 3,726,561 3,02$827 697,734 18.7% !Solid Waste 10%Utilit Tax -Residential Streets Overlay 3,418,862 1098,307 1,772,043 3,680,166 3,066,805 2,713,700 353,105 11.5% 'Real Estate Excise Tax Su on to Debt and Capital Projects 5,989,440 5,989,440 537.986 7,055,343 3,736,343 3,736,343 0.01/0 'rraffic Safety (Red light/school Zone) 3,529,722 3,529,723 2,923,247 3,846,735 3,205,613 2,873,351 332,262 10.4°/a HoteVMotel Lodging Tax 155,000 20,598 16,3081 65,000 54,167 75,949 (21,782) 40.2% ,Jail Fund Services 2,644,584 Z871,371 1,854,354 2,500,000 2,083,333 3,037,511 954,178) 45.8% .Federal Way Community Center 2,756,334 Z590,528 1,892,840 2,279,893 1,899,911 1,964,905 1 (64,994) -3.4% .Perfonring Arts & Event Or Operations 2,631,641 2631378 2,049,003 2,,483,359 2,069,466 2378,511 (309,045) • 14.9°/a .Dumas Bay Centre Fund 1,000,110 845,470 696,417 764,097 636,747 745,316 (108,569) -17.1% Total Expenditures & Transfers Out 36,030,671 34441,794 27,536,921 38,951,064 26,806391 26,881,860 75,468 -0.3% IFUnding Fund Balance Utility Tax(non-Pro 1) 3,385,633 4,646,109 4,011,026 4,791,900 7,645,431 n/a n/a Utilit Tax- Prop IVoter Package 1263.680 1.57L054 1.054.526 1.000.659 1,314,373 n/a n/a, Utility Tax -Solid Waste 101/o 1,632,240 1,368,404 152,073 838,985 n/a n/a Real Estate ExciseTaxFund 2,546,600 3,217,658 3,578,459 1,683,316 2,457,336 n/a n/a Traffic Safety Fund 2,124,096 2,493,443 2,450,906 1,646,708 3,398,219 n/a n/a HoteVMotel Lod in Tax 1,605,161 1,868,015 1,797,898 2,096,015 2,008,491• n/a nla Jail Fund 7,260 (2) 0 1 n/a n/a Federal Way Community Center 1,500,393 1,737,273 1,364,436 2,256,756 1,511,410 n/a n/a Perfoaring Arts & Event CtrOperations 873,587 873,936 21,443 778,344 1,029,025 n/a n/a Dumas Bay Centre Fund 1,500,001 1,710,510 1,393,468 2,102,259 1,661,669 n/a n/a Total Eluding Fund Balance S 14.799,148 r7S19,757,498 S 17,040$5 S 16,508,031 $21,865,001 nla n/a CITY OF 4Ab Federal Way Revenues and Expenditures: General & Street Fund Financial Highlights As detailed in the table below: FINANCE DEPARTMENT • Sales Tax revenue is trending favorably, $0.82M or 5.5% above 2023 YTD budget, and $1.51M or 10.7% above 2022 YTD collections. Retail sales and services are $425K above 2022 YTD collections. This is an indicator of the health of the local economy. • CD Permits & Fees revenue is trending favorably, $1.05M or 30.2% above 2023 YTD budget, and $1.45M or 47.1 % above 2022 YTD collections. ' Total Expenditures & Transfer Out is below YTD budget by $0.05M, but $5.55M or 11.9% above 2022 YTD actuals. Expenditures are trending back to pre -pandemic levels. Compared to YTD budget, expenditures have been trending favorably, primarily due to timing of community service grant payments, filling of Police Department vacant positions, and timing of expenditures for ARPA spending. GENERAL & STREET FUND SUMMARY 2022 2023 YTD Budgeti. Actual Fawrablelobiora&) Annual Budget Annual Actual YTD Actual Annual Budget YTD Budget YTD Actual $ % Beginning Fund Balance $ 21,339,329 $ 21,339,329 $ 21,339,329 $ 27,709,983 $ 27,709,983 $ 27,709,986 1 nla nla Revenues: Covid-191American Rescue Plan (ARPA) Grants 9,608,443 9,608,443 9,608,443 - nla Sales Tax 18,349,755 19,204,963 14,201,433 20,170,852 14,892,419 15,714,134 821,715 5.5% Properly Taxes 11,357,280 11,590,675 9,551,103 11,762,933 10,292,566 10,680,142 387,576 3.8% State Shared Revenue 3,022,000 3,126,093 2,363,126 3,153,260 2,383,663 2,409,933 26,270 1.1% CD Pemits & Fees 2,564,111 4,040,3851 3,076,070 4,333,019 3,472,937 4,523,421 1,050,484 302% Business License Fees 622,000 724,126 605,846 682,631 556,385 637,331 80,947 14.5% Admissions Tax 306,513 834,953 724,030 339,265 282,721 734,091 451,370 159.7% Other Revenues 11,678,849 12,440,091 8,833,911 13,052,802 9,564,266 11,230,080 1,665,815 17.4% Transfers in fromOther Funds to support operations 7,356,718 7,268,912 5,705,912 8,372,201 3,100,610 3,100,610 0.0% Total Revenues & Transfer In 64,865,669 68,838,642 54,669,875 61,866,962 44545,566 49,029,744 4,484,177 10.1% Total Egynkres & Transfer Out 76,102,125 62,467,985 46,556,958 79$7,401 52,157,503 52,108,810 48,693 0.1% Total UnE FundMance 1$10J02,874 $ 27,709,986 $ 29,452246 $10,069444 $ 20,098,046 $ 24,6304120 61.nla CITY OF ,A 1% . Federal Way Sales Tax FINANCE DEPARTMENT Revenues are favorable to 2023 YTD budget by $0.82M or 5.5% and above 2022 YTD actual by $1.51M or 10.7%. The sales tax collected for transactions at point of sale is remitted to the City from the State on a two -month lag, after retailers remit to State the first month. $22,000,000 $20,000,000 $18,000,000 $16,000,000 $14,000,000 $12,000,000 $10,000,000 $8,000,000 $6,000,000 $4,000,000 $2,000,000 $0 City of Federal Way - Sales Tax Revenue Received Current Year Actual vs. Budget and Prior Year -ate 11 • `Sac vo 4aa 1 Jp '� vo 14e9 C° pec LOCAL RETAIL SALES TAX REVENUES YTD October !Month 2022 Actual 2023 Fawrabi a/(Unfawrabie) Change from 2022 YCD Actual vs Budget Budget Actual S % $ % Jan 1,653,281 $ 1,875,011 $ 1,917,1131 $ 263,832 16.0% $ 42,102 2.2% Feb 1,284,275 1,397,709 1,425,556 141,280 11.0% 27,847 2.0% Mar 1,314,196 1,327,417 1,599,609 285,413 21.7% 272,192 20.5% Apr 1,636,738 1,648,748 1,768,995 132,257 8.1% 120,247 7.3% May 1,556,411 1,547,662. 1,622,066 65,655 4.2% 74,404 4.8% Jun 1,534,290 1,632,597 1,750,786 216,496 14.1% 118,189 7.2% Jul 1,679,199 1,803,706 1,931,467 252,268 15.0% 127,762 7.1% Aug 1,785,214 1,844,525 1,850,860 65,646 3.7% 6,335 0.3% Sep 1,757,829 1,815,045 1,847,683 89,854 5.1% 32,638 1.8% Oct 1,721,219 1,867,738 - - - Nov 1,649,918 1,714,572 - - Dec 1,632,393 1,696,122 - YTDTatal $ 14,201 $ 14,892,4I9` 15714,134 5 1,51Z,702 10.7°/0 $ 821,715 Annual Total $ 19,204,963 $ 20,170,852 n/a n/a n/a I n/a n/a CITY OF Federal 'Way City of Federal Way Sales Tax Revenue Comparison by Group s6,000,000 57,000,000 56,000,000 SV00,000 54,0uo,0u0 ■ YTD 2022 YTD 2023 53,000,000 S1,00Q000 �I- Ot- FINANCE DEPARTMENT City of Federal Way YTD Sales Tax Revenue Comparison by i.ocation 53,000,000 $2,500,000 52,000,000 51,500,000 51,000,000 S500,000 Hotels& GaTe-v Pavilion The Commons 5312- 53d$th R-d M of cls Cnn. cr Ccnter 316en Bloc:: • 2020 - ® 2021 R 2022 11;2023 Hotel/Motel Lodging Tax Revenues are unfavorable to 2023 YTD budget by $9.OK or 4.0% but above 2022 YTD actuals by $7.OK. The travel, tourism, and hospitality industry was significantly impacted by COVID-19, but has nearly returned to pre -pandemic levels. City of Federal Way - Lodging Tax Revenue Received 5350,000 Current Year Actual vs, Budget and Prior Year 5300,000 $250,000 $200,000 $150,000 5100,000 O BadBet cumulative Prior Year Cumulative $50,000 Actual cumulative $G I City of Federal Way Historical Lodging Tax Remittances by Month $40,000 535,000 $30,000 $25,000 I $20,000 $15,000 $10,000 55,000 I 2016 a a017 ■ 2015 ■ 2019 W 2020 .12021 n 2022 @g 2023 HOTEL/MOTEL LODGING TAX REVENUES Year-to-date thru October * Month 2022 Actual 2023 Favorable/(Unfavorable) Change from 2022 YTD Actual vs Budget Budget Actual $ % $ % Jan $ 15,770 $ 20,487 $ 16,787 $ 1,017 6.4% $ (3,701) -18.1% Feb 16,937 19,550 16,159 (778) -4.6% (3,391) -17.3% Mar 19,965 21,018 21,239 1,274 6.4% 222 1.1% Apr 26,925 24,210 27,280 355 1.3% 3,070 12.7% May 19,237 22,229 19,444 207 1.1% (2,784) -12.5% Jun 20,135 22,154 21,163 1,0281 5.1% (992) 4.5% Jul 28,005 29,972 32,180 4,176 14.9% 2,208 7.4% Aug 32,422 33,167 32,746 324 1.0% (422) -1.3% Sept 30,027 32,614 29,427 (599) -2.0% (3,187) -9.8% Oct 25,640 26,984 - - Nov 21,186 22,800 - - Dec 25,598 17,814 - - YTD Total $ 209,422 1 $ 2254402 $ 216,425 $ 7,003 3.3% I $ (8,977) 4.00// Annual Total $ 281,845 1 $ 293,000 n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a Federal Wa � y FINANCE DEPARTMENT Business License Fees Revenues are favorable to YTD budget by $81K or 14.5% and above 2022 YTD actual by $31K or 5.2%. New Monthly Business License Count i,,Total2022 BL 300 INTotal2023 BL 270 270 ■ Current Outstanding 250 218 202 200 171 166 150 135 143 149 120 103 100 84 93 - 86 88 69 66 61 5Q 50 Jan Feb Mar Apr May June July Aug Sept Oct *excludes outside contractor businesses Business License Revenue Month 2022 Actual 2023 Favorable/(Unfavorable) Change from 2022 YTD Actual vs Budget Budget Actual $ % $ % Jan $ 52,893 $ 101,359 $ 62,005 9,113 17.2% (39,354) -38.8% Feb 50,062 62,138 44,674 (5,388) -10.8% (17,464) -28.1% Mar 72,588 45,587 86,195 13,608 18.7% 40,608 89.1% Apr 58,647 49,891 67,910 9,264 15.8% 18,019 36.1% May 65,452 35,550 61,588 (3,863) -5.9% 26,038 73.2% Jun 70,861 71,348 76,843 5,982 8.4% 5,495 7.7% Jul 52,477 45,887 59,531 7,055 13.4% 13,644 29.7% Aug 74,576 53,013 53,820 (20,756) -27.8% 807 1.5% Sep 55,100 53,458 72,038 16,938 30.7% 18,580 34.8% Oct 53,193 38,153 52,727 (466) -0.9% 14,574 38.2% Nov 64,265 47,611 - - - - Dec 54,014 78,635 - - - - - YTD Total $ 605,847 $ 556.385 $ 637,331 31.485 5.2% 80,947 14.5% Annual Total 724.126 $ 682.631 n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a CITY OF Federal Way Community Development Permit Activity FINANCE DEPARTMENT Revenues are favorable to 2023 YTD budget by $1.05M or 30.2% and above 2022 YTD actual by $1.4M or 47.1 %. Annual Total 2017 - $2,019,477 2018 - $2,595,395 2019 - $4,546,432 2020 - $1,964,825 2021 - $3,229,113 2022 - $4,040,385 BUILDING & LAND USE PERMITS AND FEES (CD) Year-to-date thru October Month 2022 Actual 2023 Change from 2022 Fawrable/(Unfavorable) YTD Actual vs Budget Budget Actual $ % $ % Jan 198,005 224,348 213,046 15,041 7.6% (11,302) -5.0% Feb 245,722 320,583 546,470 300,749 122.4%1 225,888 70.5% Mar 276,562 280,803 595,518 318,956 115.3% 314,715 112.1% Apr 282,554 313,185 383,643 101,089 35.8% 70,457 22.5% May 286,805 366,145 669,687 382,883 133.5% 303,542 82.9% Jun 327,552 321,761 357,167 29,614 9.0% 35,406 11.0% Jul 184,861 323,350 422,815 237,954 128.7% 99,465 30.8% Aug 420,209 417,414 406,182 (14,027) -3.3% (11,232) -2.7% Sept 441,542 441,358 635,249 193,707 43.9% 193,891 43.9% Oct 412,259 463,990 293,644 (118,615) -28.8% (170,346) -36.7% Nov 476,608 438,636 - - - Dec 487,707 421,445 - - - YTD Total $ 3,076,070 $ 3,472,937 $ 4,523,421 $ 1,447,351 47.1% $ 1,050,484 30.2% Annual Total S 4.040.385 S 4,333.018 n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a Real Estate Excise Tax Revenues are unfavorable to 2023 YTD budget by $1.35M or 31.2% and below 2022 YTD actual by $1.72M or 36.6%. October 2023 activities include 83 real estate- transactions. There were 82 taxable residential sales (total sales $38.OM / $188K tax) and one commercial sale. REAL ES TATE EXCIS E TAX REVENUES Year-to-date thru October Month 2022 Actual 2023 Favorable/ (Unfawrable) Change from 2022 YTD Actual vs Budget Budget Actual $ % $ % Jan $ 241,514 $ 244,931 $ 192,302 $ (49,213) -20.4% $ (52,630) -21.5% Feb 269,472 352,972 253,046 (16,426) -6.1% (99,926) -28.3% Mar 458,276 335,140 438,312 (19,964) -4.4% 103,172 30.8% Apr 489,224 427,888 254,266 (234,958) -48.0% (173,623) -40.6% May 927,268 505,047 313,961 (613,306) -66.1% (191,085) -37.8% Jun 54,704 483,411 342,809 201,895) -37.1% (140,602) -29.1% Jul 653,733 481,686 248,329 (405,404. -62.0% (233,357) -48.4% Aug 419,157 622,350 284,620 (134,537) -32.1% (337,730) -54.3% Sep 406,732 417,540 453,885 47,153 11.6% 36,345 8.7% Oct 286,728 452,775 194,491 (92,238) -32.2% (258,284) -57.0% Nov 247,639 342,962 - - - Dec 173,537 854,298 - - WD Total 4,696,808 4,323,740 2,976,021 (1,720,787) -36.6% (1,347,719) -31.2% Annual Total $ 5,117,985 $ 5,521,000 n/a n/a I n/a I n/a In/a CITY OF A 1% Federal Way Proposition 1 Voter -Approved Utility Tax FINANCE DEPARTMENT Revenues are favorable to 2023 YTD budget by $0.26M or 10.4%. The increase in collections is due to an increase in water/sewer utility tax. - PROP 1 Utility Tax Fund 2022 2023 YID Budget Ns. Actual Favorable/(Unfawrable) Budget Annual Actual Budget YIDBudget YTD Actual S % Beginning Balance: 1,263,679 1,263,679 1,571,054 $ 1,571,054 1,571,054 - 0.0% 'Total Prop 1 Revenues: 3,093,312 $ 3,460,691 3,402,436 $ 2,511,722 $ 2,772,145 S 260,424 10.4% Transfer in from Utility Tax Fund 1,076.964 973,681 499.042 $ - n/a Public Safety Improvement Positions & Costs: Police Services (includes 1 Records Specialist, 16 Police Officers, & 2 Lieutenants) 2,832,128 2,687,253 2,974,715 $ 2,478,929 2,119,590 359,339 14.5% Court Services (includes .50 Judge, 1 Court Clerk, and Pro Tern Pay,Public Defender contract, 1.5 Prosecutors) 1,038769 1,196,054 1,163,732 $ 969,777 1 627,030 342,747 353% Total Public Safety Improvement Costs 3,870,898 3,883307 4,138,447 $ 3,448,706 2,746,620 702,086 20.4% Community Safety Program Costs: 1 Code Enforcement Officer 109,114 113,446 120,465 $ 100,388 103,896 (3,509) -3.5% .5 Assistant City Attorney 85,462 54,895 94,411 $ 78,676 61,423 17,253 21.9% 1 Parks Maintenance Worker I & Security 104,802 75,349 118,550 $ 98,792 116,888 (18,096) -18.3% Total Community Safety lmprowmentCosts 299,378 243,689 333,427 1 277,855 1 282,207 4351) -1.6% Total Prop 1 apenditures, 4,170,275 4,126,996 4,471,873 $ 3,726,561 3,028,827 1 697,734 18.7% 'Total Ending Fund Balance: $1,263.679 $ 1,571.054 S 1,000,658 $ 356.214 S 1 314372 1 $ (958,158) -269.0% Traffic Safety - Red Light / School Zone Revenues are above 2023 YTD budget by $1.30M or 52.6%, and above 2022 YTD actual by $0.54M or 16.7%. Traffic Safety Fund - Red Light Photo Revenue Month 2022 Actual 2023 Favorable/(Unfavorable) Change from 2022 YrD Actual vs Budget Budget Actual $ % $ % Jan $ 344,394 $ 257,240 $ 305,897 $ (38,497) -11.2% $ 48,657 18.9% Feb 338,105 238,078 425,952 87,847 26.0% $ 187,874 78.9% Mar 407,496 244,716 582,573 175,077 43.0% $ 337,857 138.1% Apr 337,133 254,512 502,534 165,400 49.1% $ 248,021 97.4% May 322,696 252,245 424,939 102,243 31.7% $ 172,694 68.5% Jun 366,055 301,935 401,659 35,603 9.7% $ 99,724 33.0% Jul 271,128 278,487 294,140 23,012 8.5% $ 15,653 5.6% Aug 330,043 196,829 263,310 (66,733) -20.2% $ 66,480 33.8% Sep 256,120 194,867 228,474 (27,646) -10.8% $ 33,607 17.2% Oct 265,625 257,518 348,651 83,026 31.3% $ 91,133 35.4% Nov 319,241 295,874 - - $ - Dec 284.307 22T700 - $ - YrD Total $ 3.238,795 $ 2,476,426 $ 3,778,127 $ 539,332 16.7% $ 1,301,701 52.6% Annual Totall $3.842.343 $3.000.000 n/a n/a n/a I n/a i n/a Traffic Safety Fund pays for 1 Lieutenant, 8 Police Officers, 3 City Traffic positions, Municipal Court security services, red light photo services, Valleycomm emergency communication services, School Zone Enhancements capital improvement projects, and patrol vehicles. 4% CITY OF Federal Way Tax FINANCE DEPARTMENT Revenues are favorable to 2023 YTD budget by $0.67M or 5.0% and above 2022 YTD actual by $0.92M or 7.1%, due to increase in water/sewer utility tax, and additional 10% on solid waste services. The utility tax collected by utility companies is remitted to city on a 2-month lag. UTILITY TAXES - - Year-to-date thru October Month 2022 Actual 2023 Favorable/(Unfavorable) Change from 2022 YTD Actual vs Budget Budget Actual $ Var % Var $ Var % Var Jan $ 1,692,180 $ 1,435,012 $ 1,807,080 $ 114,900 6.8% $ 372,068 25.9% Feb 1,642,378 1,552,872 1,650,189 7,811 0.5% 97,317 6.3% Mar 1,755,285 1,650,233 2,017,092 261,807 14.9% 366,858 22.2% Apr 1,413,785 1,485,650 1,585,574 171,789 12.2%1 99,924 6.7% May 1,389,291 1,427,149 1,412,840 23,549 1.7% (14,309) -1.0% Jun 1,213,829 1,618,838 1,291,342 77,513 6.4% (327,496) -20.2% Jul 1,260,575 1,284,264 1,254,694 (5,881) -0.5% (29,570) -2.3% Aug 1,221,401 1,255,430 1,309,112 87,711 7.2% 53,682 4.3% Sept 1,459,563 1,595,022 1,640,513 180,950 12.4% 45,491 2.9% Oct 1,275,498 1,324,086 - - - - Nov 1,507,296 1,384,930 - - - - Dec 1,800,115 2,040,690 - - - YTD Subtotal $ 13,048,287 $ 13,304,471 $13,968,436 $ 920,149 7.1% $ 663,965 5.0% Rebate (1,305) (2,308) (905) 400 0.0% 1,403 -60.8% YTD Total $ 13,046,982 $ 13.302.163 $13.967.531 $ 920.549 1 7.1% $ 665.368 5.0% Annual Total $ 16.992.709 $ 18,051,867 n/a n/a I n/a I n/a n/a UTHITYTAXES - by Type Year-to-date thru October Utility Type 2022 Actual 2023 Actual Favorable/(Unfawrable) Change from 2022 $ Electric $ 4,295,609 $ 4,485,890 $ 190,281 4A% Gas 1,362,369 $ 1,583,383 221,014 16.2% Water/Sewer 1,828,293 2,002,265 173,972 9.5% Solid Waste 1,332,886 1,488,345 155,459 11-7% Solid Waste- 10% 1,719,852 1,920,445 200,593 n/a Cable 1,213,952 1,157,065 (56,887) 47% Other 1,295,326 1,331,043 35,717 2.8% Tax Rebate (1,305) (905)1 400 n/a YTD Total S 13,046,982 1 S 13,967,5311 $ 920,549 7.1% City of Federal Way - Utility Tax Revenue Received $20,000,000 $18,000,000 $16,000,000 $14,000,000 S12,000,000 $,000,000 $8 $s,000,000 $6,000,000 Budget cumulative $4,000,000 — Prior Year Cumulative $2,000,000 notualoumulaeve $0 4 PQ c^z� \�� ^� PEE 1�1 c �° Oz The City has a utility tax rebate program that opens January 1st and closes May 31 st of each year for qualifying low-income residents. The City processed 41 rebates in 2021, for a total of $2,310. The City processed 24 rebates in 2022 for $1,305. The city processed 18 rebates for a total of $905 in 2023. The 2023 rebate program has been posted to the city website and information material has been distributed to known past users and communicated to those who can relay to potential new ones. - CITY OF Federal Way Police Department Overtime October PD overtime is $13K or 10.8% above October 2022 actual. - The City's portion (unbillable) is $0.46M or 53.4% above YTD budget, and is funded entirely by PD vacancies. Overtime incurred is primarily due to service required for special events, shift call -in, shift extension, and special emphasis proactive activities. Jail Services FINANCE DEPARTMENT PD Overtime by Month Year-to-date thru October Month 2022 Actual 2023 (Favorable)/Unfavorable Change from 2022 YrD Actual vs Budget Budget Actual $ % % Jan $ 145,407 $ 85,627 $ 116,488 S (28,919) -19.9% S 30,861 36.0% Feb 150,708 75,667 142,906 (7,802) -5.2% 67,239 88.9% Mar 151,497 70,419 130,707 (20,7901 -13.7% 60,288 85.6% Apr 137,102 79,909 114,651 (22,4511 -16.4% 34,742 43.5% May 135,111 92,139 139,773 4,663 3.5%1 47,635 51.7% Jun 133,057 78,666 133,025 (32) 0.0% 54,358 69.1% Jul 171,487 127,159 154,339 (17,147) -10.0%1 27,181 21.4% Aug 138,911 85,169 142,134 3,223 2.3%1 56,965 66.9% Sep 147,445 80,227 127,772 (19,674) -13.3%1 47,544 59.3% Oct 119,0101 94,443 131,878 12,868 10.8% 37,435 39.6% Nov 134,420 93,601 - Dec 12T130 92573 - Citv Portion 1,429.735 869,425 1,333,672 (96,062) -6.7% 464.248 53.4% Billable 357,936 265.977 327.839 (30.0971 -8.4% 61,861 23.3% YFDTotal $ 1.787.670 $1.135.402 $1.661.511 $ (126.159) -7.1% $ 526,109 46.3% Billable $ 61958 $ 66,399 $ - $ 1 $ M - Annual Total . $ 2,113,178 $ 1.387.975 1 n/a n/a n/a I n/a n/a City of Federal Way Average Daily Population Jail Cost Sp 70 59,9 59 ] G_ _70- 6:1 GIs 4] 546. Gp ... 50 40 - _- ke 7: - p 2022 3p . v • Irll fn rk Jail and Alternatim to Confinement 2018 Actual 2019 Actual 2020 Actual 2021 Actual 2022 Actual 2023 Annual Budget YID Actual Total Jail 0 rations $6,417,479 $5,932,095 $1,712,883 $ 2,223,602 $2,871,368 $ 2,500,000 $ 3,037.511 Debt Service Payments for SCORE Jail 889,718 847,566 851,925 852,425 851,925 210,963 Total Jail Cosil $6,417,479 1 $6,821,813 1 $2,560,449 1 $ 3,075,527 1 $3,723,793 1 $ 3,351,925 $ 3,248,473 The City maintains multiple contracts with other governmental agencies for its jail services, after it discontinued its owner relationship with SCORE Jail in December 2019. The budgeted average daily population (ADP) is 70, and average ADP was 60.9 for the first ten months. The City continues to be liable for its portion of the debt service on the SCORE building. The total remaining principal debt the City owes as of 12/31/2022 for SCORE is $9,765,000, and continues to be reduced by principal payments of about $0.9 million a year. CITY OF Federal Way Federal Way Community Center FINANCE DEPARTMENT Revenues are below 2023 YTD budget by $0.32M or 20.0%, but above 2022 YTD actual by $0.1OM, primarily due to slowly coming back to pre -pandemic levels, and the pool closure. Expenditures are, above 2023 YTD budget of $1.90M by $0.06M or 3.4%. Community Center remaining building construction debt service principal as of 12/31/2022 was $7.73M. Federal Way Community Center as of]0/31/2023 2022 2023 YTD Budget vs Actual Favorable/(Unfawrable) Budget Annual Actual YTD Actual Budget YTD Budget YTD Actual $ % Beginning Fund Balance $ 1.502.625 $ 1.502.625 $ 1.502.625 S 1.737.273 S 1.737.273 $ 1,737,273 n/a n/a Total Revenues 1.690,875 1,761950 1,191,425 1,930,875 1,609,063 1,288,012 (321,050) -20.0% Total Expenditures 2.756.334 2.590,528 1.892.840 2.279,893 1,899,911 1,964,905 (64,9941 -3. 7 Revenues Over / (Under) i nditures (1,065,459) (828,578) (701.416) (349.018) (290.848) (676,893) (386,045) 132.71 Reco\ery Ratio 61.3 % 68.0 % 62.9% 84.7%1 84.7% 65.6% n/a n/a Total Transfer In from General Fund/Utility Tax 1,063,227 r 1,063227 563,227 868,5011 723,751 451.089 1 (272,662} -37 7% Ending Fund Balance $ 1.500,392 $1.737.274 $1364,436 $ 2.256.756 1 $ 2,170,175 1 $1,511,469 1 $ (658,706) -30.4 % Debt Ser{1ce Pavments =1 820.423 1 820.423 1 822.123 1 111.061 1 111.06] 1 - 11 00% Total FWCC Cost $ 3.576A57 1 $ 3.410.951 $ 2.713.263 1 S 3.102.016 1 S 2.010.972 1 $ 2.075.966 j s (64.994) -3.2 % Total City Support J S 1,883,350 1 $1,883,650 1 $1383,650 1 $1,690,624 1 $ 834,812 1 $ 562,150 Dumas Bay Centre Revenues are above 2023 YTD budget by $0.26M or 58.4%, and above 2022 YTD actual by $0.27M. The facility reopened as of the beginning of August 2021. Expenditures are above 2023 YTD budget of $0.64M by $0.11M or 17.1%. Dumas Bay Centre Fund as of 10/31/2023 2022 2023 YTD Budget is Actual Budget Annual Actual YTD I Actual Budget YTD Budget YrD I Actual Fawraltel(Unfawra6ie) $ % Beginning Fund Balance $1,500,001 S 1,500,001 S 1,500.000 $1.710,510 S 1,710,510 $1.710,510 n/a n/a Total Revenues 535,151 591,019 424,926 527,698 439,748 696,476 256,728 58.4% TotalExpenses 1,000,110 845,470 696,417 764,097 636,747 745,316 (108,569) -17.1% Revenues Over/(Under) Expenses (464,959 (254,450) (271,491) (236,399) 196,999) (48,840) 148,159 -75.2e/u Recovery Ratio 53.51%1 69.90% 61.02% 69.06%1 69.06% 93.45% n/a n/a Total Transfer In 464,959 1 464.959 164.959 628,148 1 523,457 523,457 D/a Ealing Fund Balance S 1,500,000 1 $1.710.510 S 1.393.468 S 2,102.259 1 $ 2,036,968 S 1,661,670 $(375,298) -18.4% Performing Arts & Event Center Operations (PAEC) Revenues are above year-to-date budget of $1.1M by $0.36M primarily due to the facility reopening, and operations coming back to pre -pandemic levels. Expenditures are $0.31M or 14.9% above the YTD budget. Performing Arts & Event Center remaining building construction debt service principal as of 12/31/2022 was $5.58M. 116 Perform Ing Arts & B✓ent Center Operations (PAEC) 2017 Actual 2018 Actual 2019 Actual 2020 Actual 2021 Actual 2022 Actual 2023 BudgetE873,930 2023 YTD Actual YTD Budget vs. Actual Favorable/(Unfavorable) Beginning Balance 177,413 477 (447,382) (110,646) 873,590 873,936 873,936 $ % Total Revenue 323,827 553,529 1,410,377 691,152 1,443.066 1,690,259 1,279,780 1,426,614 359,130 33.7% Total Transfer In from Utility Tax/General Fund 694,703 626,762 1,616,000 972,310 1,083,942 941,464 1,107,987 1,107,967 184,666 20.0%Total Expenditures 1,196,466 1,628,160 2,689,541 1,462,11% 1,663,440 2,631,377 2,483,359,, 2,378,610 (309,044) -14.9% Total PABC Operation Balance 1 $ 477 $ (447,382) $ (110,646) $ a $ 873,590 $ 873,936 s 778,344 $ 794,276 1 $1,029,026 S 234,760 29.6% De bt Se rvice Payments) - 5 b,t47 553,255 1, 12,5 2R,1711 265,17 0°/a Total PAEC Cost I $ 1,196,466 $ 1,628.160 $ 2,689,647 1 $ 1,291,163 $ 2,206,696 $ 3,412,707 $ 3,266,679 $ 2,334,638 1 $ 2,643,883 1 $ (309,044) -13.2% Total City Support $ 1.610,667 $ 1,637,197 1 $1,722,794 $ 1,880,307 51,186,496 $1,373,160 1 $ (184.6661 -16.6% CITY OF Federal Way Monthly Treasury Positions and Activity FINANCE DEPARTMENT This monthly report of all investment transactions to the city council via FEDRAC complies with RCW 35.39.032. The following pages provide a summary of the current investment portfolio holdings and the individual transactions and activity during the month. Portfolio Yield: The City's total annualized yield was 3.7%. The City's position in LGIP was $42.3 million earning a 4.8% yield and the laddered portfolio was $60 million earning a 2.9% yield. City Portfolio: State Investment Pool: Total: Annual Face Value Cost Yield % Yield $ 60,000,000 58,297,464 42,290,496 42,290,496 $102,290,496 $100,587,960 Interest Revenue Compared to Budget and Prior Year 2.930% 1,757,995 4.823% 2,039,704 3.713% $3,797,599 Year-to-date interest revenue through September of $2,772,000 exceeds budget of $1,350,000 by 1,422,000 or 105% and exceeds prior year by $2,052,000. Accrual basis interest for the month was $343,000, level with prior month. $4,000,000 $3,500,000 $3,000,000 $2,500,000 $2,000,000 $1,500,000 $1,000,000 $500,000 $0 City of Federal Way - Investment Revenue Current Year Actual vs. Budget and Prior Year Sudget Cumulative Prior Year Cumulative ••c— Actual cumulative CITY OF A Federal Way Fund Activity Summary FINANCE DEPARTMENT Fbndit/FbndName Begin Balance 1/1/2023 YID Re%enues YID Expenditures YID Net Income/Qoss) Ending Balance 10/31/2023* Required Fbnd Balance 001/101 General/Street Fund** $ 27,709,983 S 51,201,670 54,280,731 S (3,079,061) S 24,630,922 $ 9,500,000 Special Revenue Funds: 102 Arterial Street 998,845 1,407,033 1,504,359 (97,325) 901,5201 100,000 103 Utility Tax(*) 4,646,109 9,326,768 6,327,446 2,999,322 7,645,431 1,500,000 104 Affordable & Supportive Housing Sales Tax 148,016 87,540 133,558 (46,018) 101,998 106 Solid Waste & Recycling 395,459 551,026 529,307 21,719 417,178 107 Special Contracts/Studies Fund 987,302 25,250 25,250 1,012,553 109 Hotel/Motel Lodging Tax 1,868,015 216,425 75,949 140,476 2,008,491 200,000 III Federal Way Community Center 1,737,273 1,739,101 1,964,905 (225,804) 1,511,469 1,500,000 112 Traffic Safety Fund 2,493,443 3,778,127 2,873,353 904,774 3,399,217 1,200,000 113 Real Estate Excise TaxFund 3,217,658 2,976,021 3,736,343 (760,322) 2,457,336 2,000,000 114 Prop 1 Utility Tax 1,571,054 2,772,146 3,028,827 (256,681) 1,314,373 1,000,000 115 Performing Arts & Event Ctr Operations 873,936 2,533,601 2,378,510 155,090 1,029,026 - 116 Solid Waste 10% Utility Tax 1,632,240 1,920,446 2,713,699 (793,253) 838,986 119 CDBG 25,107 438,814 862,539 (423,725) (398,619) 120 Path & Trails 1,888,688 202,568 366,376 (163,808) 1,724,881 121 Technology 459,999 243,485 77,147 166,338 626,337 122 Jail Fund 7,260 3,030,250 3,037,511 (7,261) (0) 188 Strategic Reserve Fund 3,002,082 - 3,002,082 3,000,000 189 Parks Reserve Fund 1,133,157 - 1,133,157 1,125,000 ,Subtotal Special Revenue Funds 27,085,646 31,248,600 29,609,828 1,638,772 28,724,417 $11,625,000 201 Debt Service Fund (1,366,565) 2,446,368 588,247 1,858,121 491,556 Capital Project Funds: 301 Downtown Redevelopment 4,499,350 858,944 205,000 653,944 5,153,294 302 Municipal Facilities 175,507 - 175,507 303 Parks 2,032,064 448,226 186,996 261,230 2,293,294 304 Surface Water Management 4,570,673 4,275 257,714 (253,438) 4,317,234 306 Transportation 15,939,217 4,071,387 3,517,865 553,522 16,492,739 307 Capital Project Reserve Fund 370,343 - 370,343 rSubtotal Capital Project Funds 27,5879154 5,382,832 4,167,574 1,215,258 28,802,412 Enterprise Funds: 401 Surface Water Management 4,511,222 6,876,669 3,336,145 3,540,524 8,051,746 690,000 402 Dumas Bay Centre Fund 1,710,510 696,476 745,316 (48,940) 1,661,670 1,500,000 ,Subtotal Enterprise Funds 6,221,732 7,573,145 4,081,462 3,491,684 9,713,416 S 2,190,000 Internal Service Funds 501 Risk Management 1,516,845 2,068,775 2,200,332 (131,557) 1,385,289 600,000 502 Information Systems 4,260,137 3,028,714 2,324,984 703,730 4,963,867 503 Mail & Duplication 279,203 115,432 67,230 48,201 327,405 504 Fleet & Equipment 8,548,261 2,732,009 2,930,708 (198,699) 8,349,562 505 Buildings & Furnishings 2,115,458 906,749 507,386 399,364 2,514,821 2,000,000 506 Health Self Insurance Fund 3,660,088 4,573,570 4,007,146 566,424 4,226,512 507 Unemployment Insurance Fund 252,036 60,037 (60,037) 191,999 250,000 Subtotal Internal Service Funds 20,632,027 13,425,249 12,0979824 1,327,425 21,959,452 S 2,850,000 Total All Frnds S 107,869,976 $ 111,2779863 S 104,825,665 S 6,452,199 S 114,322,175 S 26,165,000 Cl" or - Federal Way FINANCE DEPARTMENT The following city portfolio summary is provided by our third -party custodian, US Bank, and summarizes both the ending position and the activity within the month: (Mbank. Acd Name: CITY OF FEDERAL WAY SUMMARY - USD Page 1 Acd Number. XXXXXXX033 For period 10/01/2023 - 10/31/2023 ACTIVITY - Setlled/Cleared Cash Activltlr Transaction Type Amount Purchases 0.00 Purchase Reversals 0.00 Sales 0 00 Sale Reversals 0.00 Withdrawals 0.00 Receipts (971,239E1) Deliveries 0.00 Principal Reversals 0.00 Interest 148.125.00 Interest Reversals 0.00 hnleveslAd,vatmenta 0.00 Mabulles 2.000,000 00 Calls 0.00 Puts 0 00 Paydovnna 000 Paydovm Adjustments 000 Payups 000 Payup Adjustments 000 Cash Dividends 000 Balance Changes 000 Stock Dividends 000 Closeouts 0.00 Closeout Dividends 0.00 Net Activity 1,176,666.19 HOLDINGS - Custody Your Sales Representative is: SAFEKEEPING OPERATIONS (800)236-4221 Statement Contents 'Summary 'Activity - Settled/Cleared Cash Activity 'Activity - Projected Activity for Near Statement Period 'Holdings Category PadShares O - Inal Face Principal Cost Market Value Treasury Obligations 40.000.000.00000 40,000,000.00000 38,413,64528 37,658.32725 a OS Cwvommert 14jeney so91w 19'000'000.00000 19,000,000.00D00 19,000,616.00 16,490,290.64 Corpornrc " nrt ss i.000.LYm.00000 1,000,000.00000 943.200.00 920,064.41 Total Custody Holdings 60,000,000.00000 60,DD0,000.00000 66,357,461.26 57,066,662.60 Market Value is currently below both Original Face Value, the value we'll receive at maturity, and Principal Cost, what we paid. This is partially due to purchasing at discounts and also because rates have risen, so the investments purchased in the past, at lower rates, aren't as desirable on the secondary market, to those who trade actively. This is an unrealized change in market value, since all investments will be held to maturity, receiving full value. All investments are bullets, or uncallable, therefore full face value will be realized at maturity, received in cash. Maturities: During the month, the following investment matured: 2022-016 US Treasury $1,000,000, matured October 2023, yielding 1.07% Purchases: During the month, the following investment was purchased, maximizing yield at the time of purchase for the maturity date being filled, having first assured safety and liquidity of the entire portfolio (see addendum for complete rationale): ■ 2023-074 US Treasury $1,000,000, matures April 2028, yielding 4.59% CIT Federal' a FINANCE DEPARTMENT The maturity distribution of the laddered portion of the portfolio shows that $1-2 million will mature each month for the next 54 months, mitigating reinvestment (interest rate) risk, as follows: City of Federal Way Investment Portfolio Maturity Distribution - October 31, 2023 $2,500,000 $2,000,000 $1,500,000 $1,000,000 $500,000 $0 e�O ♦°c 40 'Le,1a11 19.4 �1'L�O 'll'L�O 51 'ti�' ea40 59 'L� er and the diversification distribution partially mitigating credit risk, as follows: City of Federal Way Diversification by Issuer - October 31, 2023 US TREAS, $40,000,000 , 39.1% LGIP, $42, 290,496 , 41.3% FHLB, $8,000,000 , 7.8% FFCB, $5,000,000 , 4.9% FNMA, $3,000,000 , 2.9% FHLMC, $2,000,000 , 2.0% TVA, $1,000,000 , 1.0% AAPL, $1,000,000 , 1.0% CITY OF Federal Way FINANCE DEPARTMENT Safekeeping Report Detail _ This monthly safekeeping report of all investment transactions held in safekeeping by US Bank lists securities by maturity date, first obligations of the US Treasury, then US Government Agency Securities., and Corporate Securities last. embank, Acct Name: CITY OF FEDERAL WAY HOLDINGS AS OF 10/31/2023 - USD Page 5 Accl Number: XXXXXXX033 CUSTODY Maturity Saarrlly ID Rate Description P.Asharas Principal Cost Marital Value Ticket Acq Date Original Fete NAV Treasury Obligations 111302023 91282CDMO 500 UNITED STATES TREAS NTS 1,000,000.00 9W,445.31 996.13978 819027209 0223 .50 NOTES 1113023 1,000,000.00 011312024 9128285Z9 2500 U.S Treasury Notes 1,000,000.00 1,037,773A4 992.6%25 392220927 12J21 9128285Z9 01/312024 1,000,000.00 0413012024 9128296R6 2 250 U.S_ Treasury Notes 1.000,000 00 1,036,093.75 983,994 38 392220608 1121 2250.04/.i02024 1,000,000.00 05015/2024 912828WJ5 2500 U.S_ TREASURY NOTES 1,000,000.00 969,390.00 984,179.69 819027333 03123 912828WJ5 05115/24 i'DW.000.00 051312024 912828XT2 2000 U S TREASURY NOTE 1,000,000.00 1,032,226.56 980.000 00 819020999 1121 2 NOTE 2024 1,000,000.00 =15=4 91282CCG4 250 U S TREASURY NOTE 1,000,000.00 991,679.69 967.929 69 751 (11 3140 1121 25 NOTE 2024 1,000,000.00 09/152024 91282CC)(7 375 US TREASURY NOTE 1,000,00D.00 995,99644 956.87500 392219201 1021 375 NOTE 91152024 1,000,000 OD lIV1502024 91282CDB4 E25 U S TREASURY NOTE 1,000000.00 1,000,000.00 955.507 81 392219779 10121 .625 NOTE 2024 1,000000.00 111152024 91282CDHI .750 U-S. Treasury Notes 1,000,00.01) 1,001,171.88 95329125 819020954 1121 9128X DH 1 111152024 1,000,000.00 0113112025 912828M 1.375 USTREASURY NOTE 1,000,000.00 1,OW,71975 952.99062 819021510 0122 1.375 NOTE 2025 1,000,000.OD 03/312025 912828ZFB 500 U.S Treasury Nolas 1,000,000.00 963,437.50 935.82031 392722253 03122 912B2BZF003/312025 1,000,000.00 Accl Name: CITY OF FEDERAL WAY HOLDINGS AS OF 10/31/2023 - USD PaEl .Acd Number: XXXXXXX033 CUSTODY Maturity Sawrlly ID Ram Description PaN3haras Principal Cost Markat Vslua Ticket Acq Dale Original Face NAV 0413012025 912828ZL7 375 U.S. TREASURY NOTES 1,000,000.001 932.343.75 930,898 44 392223194 04122 912899717037504/3(M25 1,000,000.00 05/312025 912828M 250 U S TREASURY NOTE 1,000.000 DO 924.648 44 925.70312 392223819 0522 25 NOTE 25 1,000,000.00 06/3012025 912828ZW3 250 U-S. Treasury Notes 1,000,000 00 W8,164.00 922,57912 392224043 0622 250. OW1012025 1,000,000 00 071312025 91282CAB7 250 U S TREASURY NOTE 1,000,000 00 916,125.00 919,140.62 392224087 0622 25 NOTES 25 1,000,000 00 10131/2025 91282CATO 250 U-S_ Treasury Notes 1.000,000 00 911.640.63 909.57031 392.224292 0722 250.1013112025 1.000.000.00 1031r2M 9128285T3 2625 U.S. TREASURY NOTES 1,000,000.00 993.828 13 951,321112 392224349 0722 2625 NOTE 25 1,000,000 00 OV312026 9128286A3 2625 U S TREASURY NOTE 1,000,000.00 964218.75 949,6117.50 751014661 0722 2.625 NOTE 2026 1,000,000.00 03131/2026 912B2661 9 2250 U S TREASURY NOTE 1.000,000 00 964,630.00 938.945 31 751015129 OB22 225 NOTE 26 1,000,000.00 0413012026 91282CBWO 750 U.S. Treasury Notes 1,000,000.00 909,960 94 902,773 44 392224636 0822 91282CBM 041302026 1,000,000.OD OW3112026 91262CCF6 750 U S TREASURY NOTE 1.000.000 OD 907.968 75 899,687 50 392224637 O 22 .75 NOTE 2026 1,000,000 00 06/302026 91282CCJB .875 U-S_ Treasury Notes 1,000,000 00 906.718 75 901,357 19 392224738 OW22 91282CCJ8 WNY2026 1,000,00000 071312026 912828Y95 1.875 U.S_ Treasury Notes 1,000,000.00 943.437.50 922.851 56 751015330 OB22 1875.071312026 1,000,000.00 CITY OF Federal Way FINANCE DEPARTMENT Accl Name: CITY OF FEDERAL WAY HOLDINGS AS OF 10/31/2023 - USD Page 7 AwA Number: XXXXXXX033 CUSTODY Maturity Security to Rate Description ParlSharas Principal cost Market Value Ticket Acq Date Original Face NAV 101312026 91282CDG3 1.125 U.S. TREASURY NOTES 1,000,000.00 888,240.00 896.015 62 392225109 1022 1.125 NOTE 2026 1,000,000.00 111152026 912828U24 2000 U S TREASURY NOTE 1,000,000.00 917,031.25 919.648 44 751015708 1O22 2 NOTE 26 1,000,000.00 1113D2026 91282CDK4 1.250 UNITED STATES TREAS NTS 1.000.000.00 860,781.25 897.031.25 751015831 1022 125 NOTES 1V3026 1,000,000.00 011312027 912828Z78 1.500 U-S. Treasury Notes 1,000,000.00 903,100.00 899A14 06 392225551 11 f22 91282BZ78 1131/2027 1,000,000.00 02/1512027 912610EZ7 6625 USTREASURY BOND 1,000,000.00 1,105,937.50 1,051,875.00 392225738 12f22 SER 2D27 1,000,000.00 031312027 91282CEF4 2 500 U.S. TREASURY NOTES 1,000,000.00 956,406.25 927.265 62 392225993 0123 250 NOTE 2027 1,000,000-00 041302027 91282CEN7 2.750 U.S. Treasury Notes 1,000,000.00 W6,507.81 932.187.50 392226190 0223 91282CEN7 0413012027 1,000,000.00 0613012027 91262CEW7 3250 US TREASURY NOTE 1,000,000.00 973,920.00 946.914.06 392228443 0623 3250. 06f302027 1,000,000.00 0713112027 91282CFB2 2750 US TREASURY NOTE 1,000,000.00 942,460.94 928.399 44 392228878 07Y23 2.750.071312027 1,000,000.00 081312027 91282CFH9 3.125 US TREASURY NOTE 1,000,000.00 965,468.75 940,117 19 751017327 07/23 91282CFH908f312027 1,000,000.00 09/30/2027 91282CFMB 4.125 US TREASURY NOTE 1,000,000.00 999.726.56 974,492 19 392229146 07/23 4.125, 09/3G'2027 1,000,000.00 10131/2027 91282CFUD 4.125 US TREASURY NOTE 1,000,000.00 9%,953.13 973203 12 392229236 07/23 4.125 NOTE 2027 1,000,000.00 Acct Name: CITY OF FEDERAL WAY HOLDINGS AS OF 10/31/2023 - USD Page 8 ,Acct Number: XXXXXXX033 CUSTODY Maturity Security lD Rate Description Par/Sharss Principal Cost Market Value Ticket Acq Date Original Face NAV 121312027 91282CGCQ 3875 US TREASURY NOTES 1,000,000.00 984,590.00 953.28125 392229416 0723 3.875% NOTE 12/31/27 1,000,000.00 011312028 91282CGHB 3 500 UNITED STATES TREAS NTS 1,000,000.00 973,125.00 949,218 75 392229538 0623 3.5%01/31128 1,000,000.00 021152028 9128283W8 2.750 U S TREASURY NOTE 1,000,000.00 931,250.00 919.843 75 819029420 OW23 2.75 NOTE 26 1,000,000.00 031312028 91282CBS9 1250 U S TREASURY NOTE 1,000,000.00 867,0B0.00 858.476 56 819029478 0923 125 NOTE 28 1,000,000.00 ' 041302028 91282CHA2 3.500 US TREASURY NOTE 1,000,000.00 955,546.88 947.14844 819029935 1O23 3.500, 04/30/2028 1,000,000.00 Treasury ObIIgall ons Total 40,00D,000.00000 35,413,646.28 37,558,32725 40,000,000.00000 US Government Agency Securities 111241=3 3133ENEX4 5W FEDERAL FARM CR BKS 1,000,000.00 989,745.00 996.792 48 819021739 01122 CONS BD 0.55%23 1,000,000.00 121202023 3133ENHR4 .680 FEDERAL FARM CREDIT BANK 1,000,000.00 995,970.00 993.383.29 819021509 01122 3133ENHR4122023 1,000,000.00 =05=4 3135GOV34 2.500 FEDERAL NATL MORTGAGE ASSN 1,000,000-00 1,037,530.00 992.14966 392220903 12/21 02JO5124 1,000,000.00 =2712024 3130AV4V7 5.125 FEDERAL HOME LOAN BANK MTN 1,000,000.00 998,989.00 998,443.35 819027290 =3 5.125.0227/2024 1,000,000.00 031062024 3130AB3H7 2.375 FEDERAL HOME LOAN BANK 1,000,000.00 1,036,546.00 989.110.92 751013276 1221 OW08124 1,000,000.00 OW 2024 3130AV7F3 52M FEDERAL HOME LOAN BANKS 1,000,000.00 998,260.00 998.326.81 392226815 0323 CONS BD 525%24 1,000,000.00 CITY OF Federal Way FINANCE DEPARTMENT Acct Name: CITY OF FEDERAL WAY HOLDINGS AS OF 10/31/2023 - USD Page 9 Acct Number: XXXXXXX033 CUSTODY Maturity Security ID Rate Description PaNShares Principal Cost Market Value Ticket Acq Date Original Face NAV 071022024 3135GOV75 1.750 FEDERAL NATL MORTGAGE ASSN 1,000,000.00 1,029,480.00 975.625.70 751013094 10/21 0710224 1,000,000.00 081152024 3130AGWK7 1.500 FEDERAL HOME LOAN BANK 1,000,000.00 1,023,285.00 969.444 00 751013093 10J21 091 1,000,000.00 091132024 313bATVD6 4 875 FEDERAL HOME LOAN BANKS 1,000,000.00 994,500.00 994,149.75 819027332 =3 CONS BD 4 875%24 1,000,000.00 121132024 3130APRBO 750 FEDERAL HOME LOAN BANK 1,000,000.00 995,541.00 948.916.78 751 a13275 12121 12M 32024 1,000,000.00 121132024 3130ATUR6 4 625 FEDERAL HOME LOAN BANKS 1,000,000.00 992,652.00 991201.35 919027291 0223 CONS BD 4.625%24 1.000.000.00 02J122025 3137EAEPO 1.500 FEDERAL HOME LOAN MTG CORP 1,000,OOD_00 1,002,357.00 952,943 49 819021816 0222 02/12125 1,000,000.00 OW25MS 3135G05X7 375 FEDERAL NATL MORTGAGE ASSN 1,000,000.00 W9,873.00 917.17501 75101418E W22 0812525 1,000,000.00 091232025 3137EAEX3 375 FEDERAL HOME LOAN MTG CORP 1,000,000.00 915,848.00 914,869 25 751014307 0622 09/232025 1,000,000 00 111012025 880591CJ9 6.750 TENN VALLEY AUTHORITY 1,000,OOD.00 1,115,085.00 1.027.04234 751014409 0722 11/012025 1,000,000_00 02J252026 3133ENJ35 3 320 FEDERAL FARM CREDIT BANK 1,000,000.00 9M.689.00 960.W8 64 751015104 0822 CONS BD 3 32%26 1,000,000-00 OB1032026 3133ENDSO 3000 FEDERAL FARM CREDIT BANK 1,000,00D.00 974,863.00 946.775 84 392224955 0922 CONS BD 3%26 1,000,000 00 091112026 3130ATFHS 3 750 FEDERAL HOME LOAN BANKS 1,000,000.00 994,536.00 967,992 95 392224959 O 22 CONS BD 3.75%26 1,000,OOD.00 Acct Name: CITY OF FEDERAL WAY HOLDINGS AS OF 10/3112023 - USD Page 10 Acct Number: XXXXXXX033 CUSTODY Maturity Security ID Rate Description PaNShares Principal Cost Market Value Ticket Acq Date Orlg I nal Fars NAV 05/122027 3133EPJPI 3.625 FEDERAL FARM CR SKS 1,000,000.00 996,867.00 955.35923 392228113 05123 CONS BD 3.62S%27 1,000,000.00 US Go comment Agency SeaaPoss Total 19,000,000.00000 19,000,616.00 18,490,290.84 19,000,000.00000 Corporate Securities 11/132027 037833DK3 3.000 APPLE INC 1,000,000.00 943,200.00 920.064.41 392229402 0723 SR GLBL NT 3%27 1,000,000.00 Corporsto Securttlas Total 1,000,000.00000 S43,200.00 920AStA1 1,000,000.00000 Total Custody Holdings 60,000,000.00000 S8,357,461.28 57,088,111" 60,000,000.00000 CITY OF Federal Way Cash Balance and Investment Positions: FINANCE DEPARTMENT The City's cash balance trend is shown below: • Total cash decreased to 12.0 million from $115.8 million. Laddered investments remained level at $60 million. ■ The LGIP Investment Pool position decreased from $45.2 million to $42.3 million. City of Federal Way Cash and Investments - Historical Trend $100,000,000 I $! 50 000, 000 I I $0 00 00 Ql Ql Q1 Ol O O O O 1-1 r-I '-1 .--I N N N N M M r M 171 N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N ti a 7S " � a � u C a 7S " C a -S u m a O d O d O d O d O 9 d O 0 Investments (yield) Benchmark and Portfolio ❑ LGIP (liquidity) ❑ Checking (safety) Weighted Average Maturity (WAM) of the City's portfolio, including position in LGIP, is 451 days, an . indicator of the portfolio's exposure to reinvestment risk as well as rate volatility. The portfolio is within the City's Investment Policy limit of 2.5 years or 900 days. The LGIP State Pool WAM was 12 days in September. The City's average maturity increased in part due to the decrease in cash balance at the LGIP and extending ladder out two months with purchases. Average Yield of the City's portfolio was 3.9%, and continuing to climb slightly, compared to 5.0% for the 2-year Constant Maturity Treasury index and 5.4% for the LGIP. Weighted Average Maturity Days (Cary Investment Policy M,i Kimum is 900 Days) SIB 0 LGIP WAM —FW WAM Portfolio Average Yield City Portfolio vs Benchmark vs State Pool snmo- —LGIPAYe Yield y-2 VcW —11 Ave Yield CITY OF t. Federal 'Way FINANCE DEPARTMENT Addendum — Investment Rationale Staff Review of Investment Rationale Date: October 11, 2023 Investment # 2023-074 is a 4-year 6-month Treasury (T), face value $1,000,000, maturing April 30, 2028, purchased at 96.6 (discount) to,yield 4.59%. This trade settles October 20, 2023 with Wedbush Securities, US Bank Safekeeping, replacing a $1 M October 2023 maturity yielding 1.0.7%. Liquidity: At September 30th month -end, total city cash was $115.8 million, checking account balance was $10.6 million (target minimum is $8 Million), investment portfolio was $60.0 million (target is $60 million for Treasuries and Agencies). State LGIP investment pool balance was $45.1 million (target minimum is $20 million, excluding unspent ARPA). Safety: This purchase is a debt issue of the Federal government, equivalent to AaiAA+ rating by Moody's and S&P. Yield. Yield is 4.59%. This investment is 1 basis point below the 5-year benchmark. Comparable yields evaluated at time of purchase were: LG I P current 30 2-year Treasury Same maturityl 5-year Treasury 5.40% 5.00% None available 4,60% Callability. This investment is not callable (a bullet). www.secureaccess.wa Bloomberg.com Broker live inauiry Bloombera.com Diversification. This purchase puts this issuer at 38.0% of total portfolio. This purchase adds a maturity date previously not covered to city's laddered portfolio. Outlook. The yield curve is currently inverted, with peak yield around 5.56% at 6 months then inverted to 2-year at 5.00%, the 5-year at 4.60%. The Federal Reserve Bank last executed a 0.25% rate hike in July as uncertainty remains over inflation, money supply and Fed moves. Staff review: Deputy Finance Director: Finance Director: f Date Date 1 v '•r 2 7 COUNCIL MEETING DATE: December 5, 2023 ITEM #: 6c CITY OF FEDERAL WAY CITY COUNCIL AGENDA BILL SUBJECT: AP VOUCHERS 10/16/2023—11/17/2023 AND PAYROLL VOUCHERS 10/01/2023—10/31/2023 POLICY QUESTION: Should the Council approve the AP vouchers in the total amount of $4,468,716.41 and the payroll vouchers in the total amount of $4,140,738.50? COMMITTEE: FINANCE, ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND REGIONAL MEETING DATE: Nov. 28,2023 AFFAIRS COMMITTEE CATEGORY: ® Consent ❑ Ordinance ❑ Public Hearing ❑ City Council Business ❑ Resolution ❑ Other STAFF REPORT BY: Steve Groom, Finance Director DEPT: Finance I, the undersigned, do hereby certify under penalty of perjury that the materials have been furnished, the services rendered, or the labor performed as described herein and that the claims are just and due obligations against the City of Federal Way, Washington, and that I am authorized and certify said liens hk� Finance Director Attachments: Voucher List Options Considered: MAYOR'S RECOMMENDATION: MAYOR APPROVAL: Initial/Date DIRECTOR APPROVAL: COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION: I move to forward the vouchers to the December 5, 2023 consent agenda for approval. 4 Co ittee air Committee Member PROPOSED COUNCIL MOTION: "I move approval of the vouchers pursuant to RCW 42.24. " (BELOW TO BE COMPLETED BY CITY CLERK'S OFFICE) COUNCIL ACTION: ❑ APPROVED COUNCIL BILL # ❑ DENIED First reading ❑ TABLED/DEFERRED/NO ACTION Enactment reading ❑ MOVED TO SECOND READING (ordinances only) ORDINANCE # REVISED — 1/2022 RESOLUTION # ber CITY OF Federal Way Date: November 28, 2023 To: Steve Groom, Finance Director Chase Donnelly, Deputy Finance Director From: David Liang, Financial Analyst Subject: Monthly Disbursements Summary The monthly Accounts Payable (AP) and Payroll vouchers report is attached. Finance Department October disbursements had an increase from September's expenditures due to higher spending on consulting contracts, construction projects, jail services, IT services, and professional services. Payroll fluctuations from month to month are largely dependent on hiring and filling open positions, temporary help and termination payouts. The following summarizes current and prior 2 months' disbursements for reasonableness comparison. AP voucher totals: • October $4,468,716.41 Construction Projects 429,896 (p. 8) Consulting Contracts 232,074 (p. 8) Jail Services total 358,358 (p. 18) Medical Services claims 297,890 (p. 21) Miscellaneous Services 211,896 (p. 24) Non. Govt.°DP Services 236,639 (p. 28) Professional Services 802,681 (p. 44) Repairs and Maintenance 187,561 (p. 54) Transportation Equipment 289,593 (p. 63) • September $4,403,240.47 • August $4,101,914.53 Payroll voucher totals: ■ October $4,140,738.50 • September $4,493,730.82 • August $4,310,319.83 City of Federal Way - Accounts Payable Check List Key Bank - Page 1 of 70 Check No. Date Vendor Invoice Date Invoice Description AmountGLTotal ACCOUNT PAYABLE-ESCOM $2,581.16 288388 10/31/2023 LENNAR, 8/24/2023 18683 $889.44 DBC-REFUND DEPOSIT#18683 288467 10/31/2023 SOUTH SOUND MODERN QUI110/11/2023 65127 $350.00 DBC-REFUND DEPOSIT#65127 288527 11/17/2023 ADAMS-FORSSTROM, MELOD10/27/2023 65216 $350 72 DBC-REFUND DAMAGE DEPOSIT 288584 11/17/2023 FUSION, ATTN DAVID HARR IS0 0/31/2023 65226 $991.00 DBC-REFUND DAMAGE DEPOSIT ADVERTISING $2,488.46 288309 10/31/2023 BUILDERS EXCHANGE OF, 10/5/2023 1075594 $94.80 PW-PUBLISH PROJECTS ONLINE 288462 10/31/2023 SOUND PUBLISHING INC, 6/23/2023 FWM979195 $449.06 PWST-AD ACCT#83722479 288434 10/31/2023 PRISMA INTERNATIONAL INC,10/18/2023 99428-5 $34.00 PW-WRITTEN WORD TRANSLATION SE 1025239491 11/5/2023 US BANK, 10125/2023 SEPT 2023 PRO VISA $483.55 FWCC-CAFA%o DECAL 1025239491 11/5/2023 US BANK, 10/25/2023 SEPT 2023 PRO VISA $86 54 SWR-REPAIR PARTS 1025239491 11/5/2023 US BANK, 10/25/2023 SEPT 2023 PRO VISA $5.95 CC -REPAIR PARTS 1025234759 11/7/2023 US BANK, 10/25/2023 SEPT 2023 CITY VISA $500.00 FWCC-MARKETING 1025234759 11/7/2023 US BANK, 10125/2023 SEPT 2023 CITY VISA $52.56 FWCC-MARKETING 1025234759 11/7/2023 US BANK, 10/25/2023 SEPT 2023 CITY VISA $159.65 FWCC-MNTHLY FEE 1025234759 11/7/2023 US BANK, 10/25/2023 SEPT 2023 CITY VISA $93.16 FWCC-BDAY CARD RACKS 1025234759 11/7/2023 US BANK, 10/25/2023 SEPT 2023 CITY VISA $199.00 FWCC-EGYM 1025234759 11f7/2023 US BANK, 10/25/2023 SEPT 2023 CITY VISA $330.19 FWCC-LOBY MAGAZINE ROCK AGRICULTURAL SUPPLIES $6,829.46 288294 10/31/2023 AGRISHOP INC, 10/10/2023 70619/1 $277 31 PKM-EQUIPMENT PARTS & REPAIRS 288478 10/31/2023 T.E. WALRATH TRUCKING INC10/11/2023 0120345 $606.75 PWST-MEDIUM BARK 288652 11/17/2023 PACIFIC PLANTS INC, 10/23/2023 99280 $5,400 00 PWST-FOR STREET TREE REPLACEME 288652 11/17/2023 PACIFIC PLANTS INC, 10/23/2023 99280 $545.40 Sales Tax AIRFARE $4,209.92 288352 10/31/2023 FICHTNER, THOMAS 10/.18/2023 FICHTNER 2023 $342 80 IT-GOOGLE FIBER CONFERENCE 1025233793 11/3/2023 US BANK, 10/25/2023 SEPT 2023 PD VISA $49.72 PD-TRAVEL INSURANCE 1025233793 11/3/2023 US BANK, 10/25/2023 SEPT 2023 PD VISA $795.60 PD-NEOGOV TRAINING Key Bank Page 2 of 70 Check No. Date Vendor Invoice Date Invoice Description AmountGL Total 1025234759 11r7/2023 US BANK, 10/25/2023 SEPT 2023 CITY VISA $457.80 CC -CONFERENCE AIRFARE 1025234759 11/7/2023 US BANK, 10/25/2023 SEPT 2023 CITY VISA $2,564 00 SWM-CDL TRAINING ASPHALT & ROAD OIL $409.49 288627 11/17/2023 MILES RESOURCES LLC, 10/23/2023 350672 $40949 PWST-ASPHALT ASSOCIATION DUES $2,207.70 288335 10/31/2023 DAVIS, BRIAN 10/17/2023 DAVIS 2023 $93475 MO-APA MEMBERSHIP 1025239491 11/5/2023 US BANK, 10/25/2023 SEPT 2023 PRO VISA $80.00 MOED-SUBSCR 1025239491 11/5/2023 US BANK, 10/25/2023 SEPT 2023 PRO VISA $451 00 DBC-MEMB DUES 1025239491 11/5/2023 US BANK, 10/25/2023 SEPT 2023 PRO VISA $29.95 MOED-SUBSCR 1025234759 11l7/2023 US BANK, 10/25/2023 SEPT 2023 CITY VISA $292.00 CD-ASSOCATION DUES 1025234759 11/7/2023 US BANK, 10/25/2023 SEPT 2023 CITY VISA $420.00 CD -PLANNING ASSOC DUES ATHLETIC SUPPLIES $123.79 1025239491 11/5/2023 US BANK, 10/25/2023 SEPT 2023 PRO VISA $22.92 PKM-ATHLETIC SUPPLS 1025239491 11/5/2023 US BANK, 10/25/2023 SEPT 2023 PRO VISA $78 70 PKM-ATHLETIC SUPPLS 1025234759 11/7/2023 US BANK, 10/25/2023 SEPT 2023 CITY VISA $22.17 PARKS -ATHLETIC SUPPLS AUTOMATION FEE $39.00 288334 10/31/2023 DAMMEIER, STEVEN 10/16/2023 23-105118 $39.00 CD-23-105118 PERMIT REFUND BOOKS, MAPS, & PERIODICALS $896.36 1025233793 11/3/2023 US BANK, 10/25/2023 SEPT 2023 PD VISA $5 95 PD-MONTHLY MEMB 1025239491 11/5/2023 US BANK, 10/25/2023 SEPT 2023 PRO VISA $124.69 PKM-STUDY GUIDE 1025239491 11/5/2023 US BANK, 10/25/2023 SEPT 2023 PRO VISA $137.95 PW-NOTARY RENEWAL 1025239491 11/5/2023 US BANK, 10/25/2023 SEPT 2023 PRO VISA $470 47 LAW -CERTIFIED COPIES 1025234759 11/7/2023 US BANK, 10/25/2023 SEPT 2023 CITY VISA $157 30 MO-SUBSCR. BUILDING MATERIALS $3,523.27 288371 10/31/2023 HOME DEPOT-DEPT 32-25007110/9/2023 0034018 $19.44 PKM-REPAIR/MAINT SUPPLIES 288364 10/31/2023 GRAY LUMBER COMPANY, 10/4/2023 631712 $464.49 PKM-LUMBER 288490 10/31/2023 TRINITYACE HARDWARE, 10/5/2023 321492 $39 81 PKM-SUPPLIES 288326 10/31/2023 CONSOLIDATED ELECTRICAL9/25/2023 8073-1165311 $127.19 PKM-LIGHTING SUPPLIES 288326 10/31/2023 CONSOLIDATED ELECTRICAL9/25/2023 8073-1165337 $121.20 PKM-LIGHTING SUPPLIES Key Bank Page 3 of 70 Check No. Date Vendor Invoice Date Invoice Description AmountGLTotal 1025239491 11/5/2023 US BANK, 10/25/2023 SEPT 2023 PRO VISA $65.12 FWCC-BLDG MAT 1025239491 11/5/2023 US BANK, 10125/2023 SEPT 2023 PRO VISA $94.85 PKM-BLDG MAT 1025239491 11/5/2023 US BANK, 10/25/2023 SEPT 2023 PRO VISA $73.30 FWCC-BLDG MAT 1025239491 11/5/2023 US BANK, 10/25/2023 SEPT 2023 PRO VISA $77.04 FWCC-BLDG MAT 1025239491 11/5/2023 US BANK, 10/25/2023 SEPT 2023 PRO VISA $341 85 FWCC-BLDG MAT 1025239491 11/5/2023 US BANK, 10/25/2023 SEPT 2023 PRO VISA $153 83 PKM-BLDG MAT 1025239491 11/5/2023 US BANK, 10/25/2023 SEPT 2023 PRO VISA $66.54 PKM-BLDG MAT 1025239491 11/5/2023 US BANK, 10/25/2023 SEPT 2023 PRO VISA $208.64 PKM-BLDG MAT 1025239491 11/5/2023 US BANK, 10/25/2023 SEPT 2023 PRO VISA $81 40 PKM-BLDG MAT 288597 11/17/2023 HOME DEPOT-DEPT 32-25007110/27/2023 2511082 $67 50 CHB-REPAIR/MAINT SUPPLIES 288597 11/17/2023 HOME DEPOT-DEPT 32-25007110/18/2023 1623558 $25.25 PKM-REPAIR/MAINT SUPPLIES 288597 11/17/2023 HOME DEPOT-DEPT 32-25007110/19/2023 0034878 $51.42 CHB-REPAIR/MAINTENANCE SUPPLIE 288705 11/17/2023 TRINITY ACE HARDWARE, 10/27/2023 324417 $5.05 PD-VEHICLE TOW 288626 11/17/2023 MCLENDON HARDWARE INC, 11/2/2023 A78785/8 $396.97 PKM-MAINT SUPPLIES 288597 11/17/2023 HOME DEPOT-DEPT 32-25007111/3/2023 5626014 $12.16 CHB-REPAIR & MAINT SUPPLIESS 288626 11/17/2023 MCLENDON HARDWARE INC, 11/6/2023 H19750/3 $1,030.22 PKM-MAINT SUPPLIES BULK CLASS POSTAGE $5,587.41 288289 10/18/2023 UNITED STATES POST OFFICE10/17/2023 10/17/23 $5,587.41 PARKS -POSTAGE BULK MAILING CD - SERVICES CHARGE $10,060.46 288688 11/17/2023 SOUND TRANSIT AUTHORITY,11/3/2023 1-129722 $10,060.46 PW-REFUND OVERPAYMENT CK#50035 CELLULAR PHONE AIR TIME $36,468.70 288301 10/31/2023 AT&T MOBILITY, 7/11/2023 287288982773X0719202 $6,007 50 IT-07/23 DATA CARDS 288301 10/31/2023 AT&T MOBILITY, 8/11/2023 287288982773X0819202 $5,992.00 IT-08/23 DATA CARDS 288301 10/31/2023 AT&T MOBILITY, 9/11/2023 287288982773X1019202 $5.919 26 IT-09/23 DATA CARDS 268301 10/31/2023 AT&T MOBILITY, 10/11/2023 287288982773X1019202 $5,918.66 CHB-10/23 DATA CARDS 288501 10/31/2023 VERIZON WIRELESS, 10/13/2023 9946834497 $6,160.14 IT-9/23 CELLULAR SVC 288501 10/31/2023 VERIZON WIRELESS, 10/13/2023 9946834497 $6,160.14 IT-9/23 CELLULAR SVC Key Bank Page 4 of 70 Check No. Date Vendor Invoice Date Invoice Description AmountGLTotal 288501 10/31/2023 VERIZON WIRELESS, 10/13/2023 9946834498 $155.50 IT-09/23 CELLULAR SVC ACCT# 288501 10/31/2023 VERIZON WIRELESS, 10/13/2023 9946834498 $155.50 IT-09/23 CELLULAR SVC ACCT# CEMENT $65.84 288371 10/31/2023 HOME DEPOT-DEPT 32-25007110/1612023 3212927 $65.84 PWST-OFFICE SUPPLIES CLOTHING AND FOOTWEAR $22,616.96 288291 10/31/2023 911 SUPPLY INC, 10/16/2023 INV-2-33135 $624.74 PD-UNIFORM SUPPLIES 288291 10/31/2023 911 SUPPLY INC, 10/16/2023 INV-2-33136 $541.05 PD-UNIFORM SUPPLIES 288304 10/31/2023 BOSCHETTI, CARRIEA, 10/23/2023 BOSCHETTI 2023 $200.00 PD-CLOTHING ALLOW 288428 10/31/2023 PESHKOV, SERGEY 10/24/2023 PESHKOV 2023 $200.00 PD-CLOTHING ALLOW. 288430 10/31/2023 PETERSOHN, TROY 10/24/2023 PETERSOHN 2023 $200.00 PD-CLOTHING ALLOW 288358 10/31/2023 GCP WW HOLDCO LLC, WORHO/13/2023 INV2040003916 $975.01 PWST-UNIFORM SUPPLIES 288291 10/31/2023 911 SUPPLY INC, 10/16/2023 1NV-2-33137 $233.58 PD-UNIFORM SUPPLIES 288436 10/31/2023 PROCTOR, DARREN 10/16/2023 PROCTOR 2023 $153.38 PKM-WORK PANTS 288445 10/31/2023 ROBERTSON, CODY 10/16/2023 ROBERTSON 2023 $121.10 PD-CLOTHING ALLOW 288492 10/31/2023 TULENKUN,ALAMALEALOF 10/11/2023 TULENKUN2023 $143.12 VD -CLOTHING ALLOW 288291 10/31/2023 911 SUPPLY INC, 10/12/2023 INV-2-33053 $35.68 PD-UNIFORM SUPPLIES 288291 10/31/2023 911 SUPPLY INC, 10/12/2023 INV-2-33055 $35.68 PD-UNIFORM SUPPLIES 288291 10/31/2023 911 SUPPLY INC, 10/12/2023 INV-2-33057 $35.68 PD-UNIFORM SUPPLIES 288291 10/31/2023 911 SUPPLY INC, 10/12/2023 INV-2-33058 $35.68 PD-UNIFORM SUPPLIES 288465 10/31/2023 SOUND UNIFORM/BRATWEAR9/22/2023 202309SU136 $13.24 PD-UNIFORMS 288465 10/31/2023 SOUND UNIFORM/BRATWEAR9/25/2023 202309SU146 $623.20 PD-UNIFORMS 288465 10/31/2023 SOUND UNIFORM/BRATWEAR9/26/2023 202309SU162 $106.99 PD-UNIFORMS 288465 10/31/2023 SOUND UNIFORM/BRATWEAR9/27/2023 202309SU179 $652.98 PD-UNIFORMS 288465 10/31/2023 SOUND UNIFORM/BRATWEAR9/27/2023 202309SU182 $652.98 PD-UNIFORMS 288465 10/31/2023 SOUND UNIFORM/BRATWEAR9/27/2023 202309SU188 $105.89 PD-UNIFORMS 288465 10/31/2023 SOUND UNIFORM/BRATWEAR9/27/2023 202309SU196 $11.03 PD-UNIFORMS 288292 10/31/2023 911 SUPPLY INC, 10/12/2023 INV-2-33054 $19A7 PD-UNIFORM SUPPLIES Key Bank Page 5 of 70 Check No. Date Vendor Invoice Date Invoice Description AmountGL Total 288292 10/31/2023 911 SUPPLY INC, 10/11/2023 INV-2-32996 $394.00 PD-UNIFORM SUPPLIES 288291 10/31/2023 911 SUPPLY INC, 10/11/2023 INV-2-32997 $77.06 PD-UNIFORM SUPPLIES 288291 10/31/2023 911 SUPPLY INC, 10/11/2023 INV-2-32998 $624.74 PD-UNIFORM SUPPLIES 288446 10/31/2023 RODRIGUEZ, VICTOR 10/11/2023 RODRIGUEZ 2023 $200 00 PD-EQUIP ALLOW 288291 10/31/2023 911 SUPPLY INC, 10/9/2023 INV-2-32913 $314.28 PD-UNIFORM SUPPLIES 288291 10/31/2023 911 SUPPLY INC, 10/9/2023 INV-2-32914 $39400 PD-UNIFORM SUPPLIES 288291 10/31/2023 911 SUPPLY INC, 10/9/2023 INV-2-32915 $408.65 PD-UNIFORM SUPPLIES 288291 10/31/2023 911 SUPPLY INC, 10/9/2023 INV-2-32929 $77,06 PD-UNIFORM SUPPLIES 288291 10/31/2023 911 SUPPLY INC, 10/9/2023 INV-2-32930 $393.56 PD-UNIFORM SUPPLIES 288291 10/31/2023 911 SUPPLY INC, 10/5/2023 INV-2-32796 $403.02 PD-UNIFORM SUPPLIES 288291 10/31/2023 911 SUPPLY INC, 10/5/2023 1NV-2-32797 $6.61 PD-UNIFORM SUPPLIES 288412 10/31/2023 NORTHWEST CUSTOM APPAF1015/2023 127870 $4,610.00 PD-VOLUNTEER UNIFORMS- 288412 10/31/2023 NORTHWEST CUSTOM APPAF10/5/2023 127870 $465.61 Sales Tax 288358 10/31/2023 GCP WW HOLDCO LLC, WORI6/29/2023 INV2070004358 $466 55 PKM-UNIFORM SUPPLIES 288358 10/31/2023 GCP WW HOLDCO LLC, WORM0/13/2023 INV2040003917 $267.28 PWST-UNIFORM SUPPLIES 1025239491 11/5/2023 US BANK, 10/25/2023 SEPT 2023 PRO VISA $127.60 PKM-UNIFORM 1025239491 11/5/2023 US BANK, 10/25/2023 SEPT 2023 PRO VISA $210.95 FWCC-UNIFORM 1025239491 11/5/2023 US BANK, 10/25/2023 SEPT 2023 PRO VISA $32.97 SWM-WORKBOOTS 1025239491 11/5/2023 US BANK, 10/2512023 SEPT 2023 PRO VISA $48.40 DBC-UNIFORM 1025239491 11/5/2023 US BANK, 10/25/2023 SEPT 2023 PRO VISA $121.05 SWM-UNIFORM 1025234759 11/7/2023 US BANK, 10/25/2023 SEPT 2023 CITY VISA $1,092.46 FWCC-STAFF SHIRTS 1025234759 11/7/2023 US BANK, 10/25/2023 SEPT 2023 CITY VISA $98.50 CD -UNIFORM 1025234759 11/7/2023 US BANK, 10/25/2023 SEPT 2023 CITY VISA $154 13 CD -UNIFORM 1025234759 11/7/2023 US BANK, 10/25/2023 SEPT 2023 CITY VISA $153.30 CD -UNIFORM 1025234759 11l7/2023 US BANK, 10/25/2023 SEPT 2023 CITY VISA $114.39 CD -UNIFORM 288525 11/17/2023 911 SUPPLY INC, 10/25/2023 INV-2-33388 $370.77 PD-UNIFORM SUPPLIES Key Bank Page 6 of 70 Check No. Date Vendor Invoice Date Invoice Description AmountGLTotal 288593 11/17/2023 HEAVENER, DONOVAN 10/24/2023 HEAVENER 2023 $312.06 PD-UNIFORM ALLOW. 288525 11/17/2023 911 SUPPLY INC, 11/3/2023 INV-2-33560 $43 93 PD-UNIFORM SUPPLIES 288596 11/17/2023 HOGAN, DARNELL 11/6/2023 HOGAN 2023 $200.00 PD-UNIFORM ALLOW 288596 11/17/2023 HOGAN, DARNELL 11/4/2023 HOGAN 2023 $200.00 PD-UNIFORM ALLOW 288586 11/17/2023 GCP WW HOLDCO LLC, WOR1,11/2/2023 INV2070004704 $188.58 PKM-UNIFORM SUPPLIES 288679 11/17/2023 SHAW, BRIAN JOSEPH 11/7/2023 SHAW 2023 $600.00 PD-UNIFORM ALLOW 288694 11/17/2023 SYMBOLARTS LLC, 11/1/2023 0477270 $275.25 PD-BADGES 288525 11/17/2023 911 SUPPLY INC, 11/1/2023 INV-2-33479 $229.56 PD-UNIFORM SUPPLIES 288525 11/17/2023 911 SUPPLY INC, 11/1/2023 INV-2-33485 $143.12 PD-UNIFORM SUPPLIES 288525 11/17/2023 911 SUPPLY INC, 11/1/2023 INV-2-33486 $184.96 PD-UNIFORM SUPPLIES 288525 11/17/2023 911 SUPPLY INC, 11/1/2023 INV-2-33487 $129.78 PD-UNIFORM SUPPLIES 288525 11/17/2023 911 SUPPLY INC, 11/1/2023 INV-2-33488 $488.24 PD-UNIFORM SUPPLIES 288595 11/17/2023 HINCKLE, CHARLIE 11/1/2023 HINCKLE 2023 $196.76 P D-EQUIP ALLOW 288525 11/17/2023 911 SUPPLY INC, 10/16/2023 INV-2-33355 $7928 PD-UNIFORM SUPPLIES 288565 11/17/2023 DASH MEDICAL GLOVES, 9/28/2023 INV1295383 $1,321.20 PD-LATEX EXAM GLOVES 288565 11/17/2023 DASH MEDICAL GLOVES, 9/28/2023 INV1295397 $660.60 PD-LATEX EXAM GLOVES 288525 11/17/2023 911 SUPPLY INC, 10/12/2023 INV-2-33440 $16.52 PD-UNIFORM SUPPLIES COMMUNICATIONS $339.92 288501 10/31/2023 VERIZON WIRELESS, 10/10/2023 9946559622 $25.04 PWST-09/23 CELLULAR SVC 1025239491 11/5/2023 US BANK, 10/25/2023 SEPT 2023 PRO VISA $155.93 IT-INTERNET SVCS 1025239491 11/5/2023 US BANK, 10/25/2023 SEPT 2023 PRO VISA $158.95 IT-INTERNET SVCS COMPUTER HARDWAREIEQUIPMENT $93,412.18 288496 10/31/2023 UPSTATE WHOLESALE SUPPL9/2512023 INV30929 $52,484.67 IT-PD GETAC LAPTOPS FOR PD VEH 288402 10/31/2023 MOTOROLA SOLUTIONS INC, 9/26/2023 1187107918 $8,649.00 IT- PD FLASHCODE UPDATES FOR 288402 10/31/2023 MOTOROLA SOLUTIONS INC, 9/26/2023 1187107918 $8,649.00 IT-FLASHPORT SERIES, FLASH COD 288402 10/31/2023 MOTOROLA SOLUTIONS INC, 9/26/2023 1187107918 $1,747.10 Sales Tax 288706 11/17/2023 UPSTATE WHOLESALE SUPPL11/7/2023 INV31457 $9,628.28 IT-PD GETAC LAPTOPS FOR PD VEH Key Bank Page 7 of 70 Check No Date Vendor Invoice Date Invoice Description AmountGL Total 288706 11/17/2023 UPSTATE WHOLESALE SUPPLllf7l2023 INV31458 $12.254.13 . IT- PD GETAC LAPTOPS FOR PD V 288718 11/17/2023 WA STATE PATROL, 1025233793 11/3/2023 US BANK, 1025233793 11/3/2023 US BANK, 1025233793 11/3/2023 US BANK, 1025233793 11/3/2023 US BANK, 1025239491 11/5/2023 US BANK, 1025239491 11/5/2023 US BANK, 1025239491 11/5/2023 US BANK, 1025239491 11/5/2023 US BANK, 1025239491 11/5/2023 US BANK, 1025239491 11/5/2023 US BANK, 1025239491 1115/2023 US BANK, 1025239491 11/5/2023 US BANK, 1025239491 11/5/2023 US BANK, 1025239491 11/5/2023 US BANK, 1025239491 11/5/2023 US BANK, 1025239491 1115/2023 US BANK, 1025239491 11/5/2023 US BANK, 1025239491 11/5/2023 US BANK, 1025239491 11/5/2023 US BANK, 1025239491 11/5/2023 US BANK, 1025234759 11/7/2023 US BANK, 1025234759 11/7/2023 US BANK, 1025234759 11/7/2023 US BANK, CONCEALED PISTOL LIC - FBI 11/l/2023 12402513 PD-BACKGROUND CHECKS CONFERENCE/SEMINAR REGISTRATH 10/25/2023 SEPT 2023 PD VISA PD-CODE3 ASSOC TRAINING 10/25/2023 SEPT 2023 PD VISA PD-ON TARGET SEMINAR 10/25/2023 SEPT 2023 PD VISA PD-CISM TRAING 10/25/2023 SEPT 2023 PD VISA PD-ADMIN CONFER 10/2512023 SEPT 2023 PRO VISA HR-TRAINING FOR NOTARY 10/25/2023 SEPT 2023 PRO VISA PWTR-CAREER DEVELOPMENT 10/25/2023 SEPT 2023 PRO VISA SWM-FLAGGER TRAINING 10/25/2023 SEPT 2023 PRO VISA PWST-FLAGGER TRAINING 10/25/2023 SEPT 2023 PRO VISA PW-REMOTE BASIC WORKSHOP 10/25/2023 SEPT 2023 PRO VISA PWST-FLAGGER TRAINING 10/25/2023 SEPT 2023 PRO VISA CC-MEMB MTG 10/25/2023 SEPT 2023 PRO VISA CC -CONFERENCE 10/25/2023 SEPT 2023 PRO VISA CC -CONFERENCE 10/25/2023 SEPT 2023 PRO VISA CC -MEMBERSHIP MTG 10/25/2023 SEPT 2023 PRO VISA SWM-CDL TRUCKING SCHOOL 10/25/2023 SEPT 2023 PRO VISA SWM-CDL TRUCKING SCHOOL 10/25/2023 SEPT 2023 PRO VISA CC-SCA NETWORKING MTING 10/25/2023 SEPT 2023 PRO VISA CC-SCA NETWORKING MTING 10/25/2023 SEPT 2023 PRO VISA , CC-SCA NETWORKING MTING 10/25/2023 SEPT 2023 PRO VISA CK-NOTARY WEBINAR 10/25/2023 SEPT 2023 CITY VISA CD -HOUSING WA CON 10/25/2023 SEPT 2023 CITY VISA CD- ICC ENERGY CODE TRAINING 10/25/2023 SEPT 2023 CITY 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ASS(9/30/2023 0002309035 $323.25 CD-AG23-128 CULTURAL RESOURCES 288422 10/31/2023 PARAMETRIX INC, 10/11/2023 49125 $10,143.63 PWST-CITY CENTER ACCESS AG17-1 288450 10/31/2023 SCJ ALLIANCE, 10/9/2023 73888 $4.510.75 PW-AG23-103 S 320TH GRADE SEPA 288302 10/31/2023 BCRA INC, 10/7/2023 31565 $343.82 PW-AG22-014 CITYWIDE PEDESTRIA 288308 10/31/2023 BRIGHT ENGINEERING INC, 10/19/2023 6652 $1,557.66 PW-AG22-010 ON -CALL CONSULTING 288462 10/31/2023 SOUND PUBLISHING INC, 8/11/2023 FWM981829 $138.96 SWM-AD ACCT#83722479 288489 10/31/2023 TRANSPO GROUP USA INC, 10/13/2023 31292 $39&83 PW-AG19-168 VARIABLE LANE USE 288489 10/31/2023 TRANSPO GROUP USA INC, 10/13/2023 31295 $12,813.04 PW-AG22-117 SR99 @ S 373RD ST 288384 10/31/2023 KPG INC, 10/20/2023 199995 $6,821.00 PW-AG21-195 ON -CALL PLAN REVIE 288376 10/31/2023 JIMENEZ PRODUCTIONS, DAb10/25/2023 0007 $1,050.00 MOED-AG23-010 VIDEO PRODUCTION 288594 11/17/2023 HELIX DESIGN GROUP INC, 9/30/2023 A23-08709302023 $85.227.25 PW-AG20-925 OPT & MAINT 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1025234759 11l7/2023 US BANK, 10/25/2023 SEPT 2023 CITY VISA $61.71 CC -COUNCIL DINNER 1025234759 11/7/2023 US BANK, 10/25/2023 SEPT 2023 CITY VISA $156.65 MO -COUNCIL DINNER 1025234759 11/7/2023 US BANK, 10/25/2023 SEPT 2023 CITY VISA $21.26 MO -ALL CITY PICNIC Key Bank Page 16 of 70 Check No. Date Vendor Invoice Date Invoice Description AmountGL Total 1025234759 11l7/2023 US BANK, 10/25/2023 SEPT 2023 CITY VISA $30.37 MO -ALL CITY PICNIC 1025234759 11l7/2023 US BANK, 10/25/2023 SEPT 2023 CITY VISA $277.64 MO -ALL CITY PICNIC 1025234759 11(7/2023 US BANK, 10/25/2023 SEPT 2023 CITY VISA $1,243.12 MO -ALL CITY PICNIC 288708 11/17/2023 US FOODS INC, 10/25/2023 5441604 $33,10 DBC-CATERING SUPPLIES 288708 11/17/2023 US FOODS INC, 10/25/2023 5441603 $24.16 DBC-CATERING SUPPLIES 288709 11/17/2023 US FOODS INC, 10/13/2023 658465 $-0.51 DBC-CREDIT 288708 11/17/2023 US FOODS INC, 10/19/2023 5282549 $466.42 DBC-CATERING SUPPLIES 288708 11/17/2023 US FOODS INC, 10/19/2023 5298124 $24 68 DBC-CATERING SUPPLIES 288708 11/17/2023 US FOODS INC, 10/18/2023 5263927 $27.73 DBC-CATERING SUPPLIES 288709 11/17/2023 US FOODS INC, 10/23/2023 5368684 $392 77 DBC-CATERING SUPPLIES 288668 11/17/2023 QUENCH, INC, 10/22/2023 INV06465628 $199.85 PD-DRINKING WATER SERVICE 288635 11/17/2023 MOUNTAIN MIST WATER, 10/30/2023 005675451 ,$1 00 PD-WATER SVC ACCT#077665 288708 11/17/2023 US FOODS INC, 10/31/2023 5988289 $-8.66 DBC-CATERING SUPPLIES 288708 11/17/2023 US FOODS INC, 10/13/2023 5994985 $-0.51 DBC-CATERING SUPPLIES 288708 11/17/2023 US FOODS INC, 11/2/2023 5638057 $300.14 DBC-CATERING SUPPLIES 288636 11/17/2023 MULKEY, JOHN 11/16/2023 MULKEY 2023 $100.00 PW-DIRECTOR'S AWARD 288668 11/17/2023 QUENCH, INC, 11/1/2023 INV06540335 $146 03 DBC-DRINKING WATER SERVICE GASOLINE $35,395.41 288431 10/31/2023 PETROCARD INC., 10/15/2023 C304644 $539.84 PD-VEHICLE FUEL 288517 10/31/2023 WORLD KINECT ENERGY SER10/4/2023 23-935839 $461.89 FLT-PRM CONV GAS 288580 . 11/17/2023 FEDERAL WAY PUBLIC 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951925 $1,164.80 FWCC-JANITORIAL SUPPLIES 288720 11/17/2023 WALTER E NELSON CO., 10/27/2023 952184 $382-82 DBC-JANITORIAL SUPPLIES 288557 11/17/2023 COMPLETE OFFICE, 10/18/2023 2244982-0 $187.36 CHB-OFFICE SUPPLIES 288597 11/17/2023 HOME DEPOT-DEPT 32-25007110/19/2023 0523068 $19.23 PKM-REPAIR/MAINT SUPPLIES HUMAN SERVICES -CATHOLIC COMM! $34,156.73 288638 11/17/2023 MULTI -SERVICE CENTER, 10/10/2023 3RD QTR 2023 $23,281.73 CDHS-AG23-071 EMERASSIS RES N 288545 11/17/2023 CATHOLIC COMMUNITY SERV7/15/2023 3RD QTR 2023 $10,875.00 CDHS-AG23-110 MOU INCENTIVE PAY $655.00 288455 10/31/2023 SHEMEREKO, YEGOR 10/11/2023 SHEMEREKO 2023 $55.00 IT-CIR INCENTIVE PAY 288367 10/31/2023 HANSEN, ROCKEY 10/11/2023 HANSEN 2023 $200.00 PWTR-COMMUTER INCENTIVE PGRM 288397 10/31/2023 MCINTOSH, DONALD 10/11/2023 MCINTOSH 2O23 $200 00 PWTR-COMMUTER INCENTIVE PGRM 288408 10/31/2023 NAGARAJ, DEEKSHA 10/11/2023 NAGARAJ 2023 $200.00 PWTR-COMMUTER INCENTIVE PGRM INSURANCE -STOP LOSS $65,740.46 1101233039 11/1/2023 KAISER FOUNDATION HEALTI-11/1/2023 NOV 2023 $9,533.34 FI-11123 ADMIN FEE KAISER HEAL 1101233040 11/1/2023 KAISER FOUNDATION HEALTh11/1/2023 NOV 2023 #2 $56,207.12 FI-11/23 ADMIN FEE KAISER HEAL JAIL CS - KENT $150 +AG19-133 $95,221.00 288319 10/31/2023 CITY OF KENT, 10/17/2023 RI 72735 $25,221.00 PD-AG19-133 JAIL SVC INMATE HO JAIL CS - KING CO $197 + AG13-015 $84,622.69 288380 10/31/2023 KING COUNTY FINANCE DIVIS10/512023 3004472 $28.162 75 PD-AG23-123 DAJD OTH CITIES- 288380 10/31/2023 KING COUNTY FINANCE DIV189/13/2023 3004437 $30,444.94 PD-AG23-123 DAJD OTH CITIES- 288551 11/17/2023 CITY OF KENT, 11/2/2023 RI 72911 $26,015.00 PD-AG19-133 JAIL SVC INMATE HO JAIL CS - NISQUALLY $105,950.00 288411 10/31/2023 NISQUALLY INDIAN TRIBE, 9/21/2023 36725 $-5;980.00 PD-AG23-017 JAIL SVCS 288411 10/31/2023 NISQUALLY INDIAN TRIBE, 9/30/2023 36990 $57,200.00 PD-AG23-017 JAIL SVCS 288645 11/17/2023 NISQUALLY INDIAN TRIBE, 5/31/2023 35465 $57,070.00 PD-AG23-017 JAIL SVCS 288645 11/17/2023 NISQUALLY INDIAN TRIBE, 9/15/2023 36697 $-2,340.00 PD-AG23-017 JAIL SVCS JAIL CS - SCORE $142,564.11 288451 10/31/2023 SCORE, 8/11/2023 7142 $144,287.95 PD-AG23-009 JAIL SVCS INMATE H 288451 10/31/2023 SCORE, 6/30/2022 6054 $-131.84 PD-AG23-009 JAIL SVCS INMATE H Key Bank Page 19 of 70 Check No. Date Vendor Invoice Date Invoice Description AmountGLTotal 288451 10/31/2023 SCORE, 6/20/2023 6992 $-1,592.00 PD-AG23-009 JAIL SVCS INMATE H JOB ANNOUNCEMENTS $350.00 1025239491 11/5/2023 US BANK, 10/25/2023 SEPT 2023 PRO VISA $350.00 HR-JOB POSTING JUDGEMENTS AND SETTLEMENTS $-21,200.00 288310 10/31/2023 C.E.M MAINTENANCE INC, DE9/29/2023 AG22-063 #11 $-21,200.00 FWCC-LIQUIDATED DAMAGES LEASEHOLD TAX $1,012.82 288507 10/31/2023 WA STATE REVENUE DEPT.MI9/30/2023 3RD QTR 2023 $1,012.82 FI-3Q/23 LEASEHOLD EXC TAX LEASEHOLD TAX -RECREATION $1,200.70 288507 10/31/2023 WA STATE REVENUE DEPT.MI9/30/2023 3RD QTR 2023 $1,200.70 FI-3Q/23 LEASEHOLD EXC TAX LEGAL NOTICES $3,903.15 288463 10/31/2023 SOUND PUBLISHING INC, 9/22/2023 FWM984535 $49.54 CK-AD ACCT#83722476 288463 10/31/2023 SOUND PUBLISHING INC, 9/15/2023 FWM983948 $112 32 CDHS-AD ACCT#83722477 288463 10/31/2023 SOUND PUBLISHING INC, 9/15/2023 FWM983949 $125.64 C D H S-AD ACCT#83722477 288463 10/31/2023 SOUND PUBLISHING INC, 9/8/2023 FWM983657 $99.00 CDHS-AD ACCT#83722477 288463 10/31/2023 SOUND PUBLISHING INC, 9/8/2023 FWM983721 $100.91 CK-AD ACCT#83722476 288463 10/31/2023 SOUND PUBLISHING INC, 9/1/2023 FWM983285 $43.83 CDHS-AD ACCT#83722477 288463 10/31/2023 SOUND PUBLISHING INC, 9/1/2023 FWM983286 $68.56 C D H S-AD ACCT#83722477 288463 10/31/2023 SOUND PUBLISHING INC, 8/25/2023 FWM982857 $119.93 CDHS-AD ACCT#83722477 288463 10/31/2023 SOUND PUBLISHING INC, 8/18/2023 FWM982569 $165.59 CDHS-AD ACCT#83722477 288682 11/17/2023 SIGN STOP NORTHWEST, 10/26/2023 10232033-92 $2,091.90 CD -PRINT GRAPHICS SVCS 288687 11/17/2023 SOUND PUBLISHING INC, 9/8/2023 FWM983654 $306.38 PW-AD ACCT#83722479 288686 11/17/2023 SOUND PUBLISHING INC, 5/31/2023 8105230 $315.00 CK-AD ACCT#83722476 288686 11/17/2023 SOUND PUBLISHING INC, 7/21/2023 FWM980913 $157.98 CDHS-AD ACCT#83722477 288686 11/17/2023 SOUND PUBLISHING INC, 8/4/2023 FWM981785 $146.57 PW-AD ACCT#83722479 LODGING $6,572.30 1025233793 11/3/2023 US BANK, 10/25/2023 SEPT 2023 PD VISA $626.62 PD-EVOC TRAINING 1025233793 11/3/2023 US BANK, 10/25/2023 SEPT 2023 PD VISA $583.77 PD-RIFLE INSTRUCTOR COURSE 1025233793 11/3/2023 US BANK, 10/25/2023 SEPT 2023 PD VISA $1,113.81 PD-BASIC HOMICIDE CLASS 1025233793 11/3/2023 US BANK, 10/2512023 SEPT 2023 PD VISA $1,113.81 PD=BASIC HOMICIDE CLASS Key Bank Page 20 of 70 Check No. Date Vendor Invoice Date Invoice Description AmountGLTotal 1025239491 11/5/2023 US BANK, 10/25/2023 SEPT 2023 PRO VISA $759.84 MOED-CONFERENCE LODGING 1025234759 11l7/2023 US BANK, 10/'25/2023 SEPT 2023 CITY VISA $398.07 CD -CODE COMPLIANCE CONF 1025234759 11/7/2023 US BANK, 10/25/2023 SEPT 2023 CITY VISA $398.07 CD -CODE COMPLIANCE CONF 1025234759 11/7/2023 US BANK, 10/25/2023 SEPT 2023 CITY VISA $398.07 CCU -CODE COMPLIANCE CONF 288646 11/17/2023 NYBLOM, DAVID 11/2/2023 NYBLOM 2023 $180.24 SVVM-REIMB LODGING SVC LONG DISTANCE CHARGES $1,378.38 288390 10/31/2023 LEVEL 3 FINANCING INC, LEVI10/1/2023 660162387 $110.27 IT-10/23 PHONE SERVICES ACCT#5 288390 10/31/2023 LEVEL 3 FINANCING INC, LEVI10/1/2023 660162387 $634.05 IT-10/23 PHONE SERVICES ACCT#5 288390 10/31/2023 LEVEL 3 FINANCING INC, LEV110/1/2023 660162387 $634.06 IT-10/23 PHONE SERVICES ACCT#5 MACHINERY & EQUIPMENT $73,918.82 288493 10/31/2023 TURF STAR INC, 10/11/2023 8073362-00 $24,064.01 FLT-SAND PRO 3040 REPLACEMENT 288493 10/31/2023 TURF STAR INC, 10/11/2023 8073362-00 $2,430.47 Sales Tax 288440 10/31/2023 R & H TRUCK BODIES, 10/31/2023 1199 $7,387,61 FLT-AG23-228 HOOK TRUCK SAW SK 288399 10/31/2023 MIOVISION TECHNOLOGIES 119/29/2023 66606 $34,159,00 PWTR-PURCHASE OF FOUR MIOVISIO 288399 10/31/2023 MIOVISION TECHNOLOGIES 119/29/2023 66606 $3,450.06 Sales Tax 1025239491 11/5/2023 US BANK, 10/25/2023 SEPT 2023 PRO VISA $2,120.49 FLT-VACUUM SYSTEM 1025239491 11/5/2023 US BANK, 10/25/2023 SEPT 2023 PRO VISA $307.18 FWCC-POOL SLIDE/PUMP REPAIR 1025239491 11/5/2023 US BANK, 10/25/2023 SEPT 2023 PRO VISA $-249.39 F WCC-R ETU R N 1025239491 11/5/2023 US BANK, 10/25/2023 SEPT 2023 PRO VISA $249.39 FWCC-MACHINERY & EQUIP MAYOR'S RECONIT10N AND AWARD P $190.51 288333 10/31/2023 D J TROPHY, 10/16/2023 289463 $180.51 MO -KEY TO THE CITY PLAQUE 1025234759 11/7/2023 US BANK, 10/25/2023 SEPT 2023 CITY VISA $10.00 MO-EMOPLYEE REWARD MEDICAL SERVICES $19,639.93 288381 10/31/2023 KING COUNTY FINANCE DIVI89/19/2023 2150386 $785.52 PD-AG23-123 DAJD OTH CITIES- 288380 10/31/2023 KING COUNTY FINANCE DIVI89/13/2023 3004437 $388.99 PD-AG23-123 DAJD OTH CITIES- 288451 10/31/2023 SCORE, 9/13/2023 7229 $300.00 PD-AG23-009 JAILS SVCS INMATE 288451 10/31/2023 SCORE, 9/13/2023 • 7230 $243.75 PD-AG23-009 JAIL SVCS INMATE H 288411 10/31/2023 NISQUALLY INDIAN TRIBE, 8/31/2023 37006 $272.79 PD-AG23-017 JAIL SVCS Key Bank Page 21 of 70 Check No. Date Vendor Invoice Date Invoice Description AmountGL Total 288451 10/31/2023 SCORE, 8/11/2023 7142 $4,557.00 PD-AG23-009 JAIL SVCS INMATE H 288320 1W31/2023 CITY OFPUYALLUP, 10/4/2023 1391 $5,340.72 PD-09/23AG22-061 JAIL SVC INM 288451 10/31/2023 SCORE, 10/4/2023 7270 $262,50 PD-AG23-009 07/23 JAIL SVC INM 288451 10/31/2023 SCORE, 10/4/2023 7281 $3,241.72 PD-AG23-009 07/23 JAIL SVC INM 288645 11/17/2023 NISQUALLY INDIAN TRIBE, 7/31/2023 36932 $4,246.94 PD-AG23-017 JAIL SVCS MEDICAL SERVICES - CLAIMS $297,889.92 1020233458 10/20/2023 KAISER FOUNDATION HEALTF10/20/2023 INVSF0013458 $13,673.27 FI-10/10/23-10/16/23 KAISER HE 1020233468 10/20/2023 KAISER FOUNDATION HEALTF10/20/2023 INVSF0013468 $110,808.64 FI-10/10/23-10/16/23 KAISER HE 1027233496 10/27/2023 KAISER FOUNDATION HEALTF10/27/2023 INVSF0013496 $5.272.49 FI-10/17/23-10/23/23 KAISER HE 1027233506 10/27/2023 KAISER FOUNDATION HEALTF10127/2023 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11/17/2023 MV TOWING LLC, 9/20/2023 8079 $77.07 PD-VEHICLE TOW Key Bank Page 27 of 70 Check No. Date Vendor Invoice Date Invoice Description AmountGL Total 288660 11/17/2023 PIERCE COUNTY FINANCE DE9/12/2023 CI-339469 $14,291 32 FI-08/23 WATPA GRANT REIMB 288550 11/17/2023 CITY OF BONNEY LAKE, 9/6/2023 8312023 $14.629.99 FI-08/23 WATPA GRANT AUTO THIEF 288553 11/17/2023 CITY OF PUYALLUP, 9/7/2023 1351 $15,951.85 PD-WATPAAUTO THEFT AUG 2023 288640 11/17/2023 MV TOWING LLC, 9/7/2023 29985 $77.07 PD-VEHICLE TOW 288552 11/17/2023 CITY OF LAKEWOOD, 9/5/2023 PD-02066 $17,310.61 FI-08/23 WATPA GRANT REIMB 288554 11/17/2023 CITY OF TACOMA POLICE DEF9/6/2023 0072 $17,502.47 FI-08/23 WATPA GRANT REIMB 288640 11/17/2023 MV TOWING LLC, 8/22/2023 8064 $77.07 PD-VEHICLE TOW 288640 11/17/2023 MV TOWING LLC, 8/24/2023 29979 $77.07 PD-VEHICLE TOW 288640 11/17/2023 MV TOWING LLC, 8/24/2023 29980 $77.07 PD-VEHICLE TOW 288640 11/17/2023 MV TOWING LLC, 8/30/2023 29950 $77.07 PD-VEHICLE TOW 288632 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PD-VEHICLE TOW 288661 11/17/2023 PIERCE COUNTY SECURITY 1111/2/2023 427199 $8,970 27 MC-AG21-165 SECURITY SERVICES- 288640 11/17/2023 MV TOWING LLC, 11/2/2023 8098 $77.07 PD-VEHICLE TOW 288701 11/17/2023 T-MOBILE USA INC, 11/2/2023 9550070729 $25.00 PD-TIMING ADVANCE 288714 11/17/2023 WA DEPT OF LABOR & INDUS-11/4/2023 44487 $125.00 PD-EXPLOSIVES LIC EXP000021463 288579 11/17/2023 FEDERAL WAY INDOOR RANG11/1/2023 284379 $145.33 PD-INDIVIDUAL RANGE USE 288718 11/17/2023 WA STATE PATROL, 11/1/2023 12402513 $102.75 PD-BACKGROUND CHECKS 288640 11/17/2023 MV TOWING LLC, 11/1/2023 8097 $132.12 PD-VEHICLE TOW 288573 11/17/2023 ELAVON INC, 10/31/2023 K3304100691 $8.146.87 FI-OCT CITY HALL MERCHANT FEES 288573 11/17/2023 ELAVON INC, 10/31/2023 K3304100692 $180.07 FI-OCT FWCC MERCHANT FEES 288573 11/17/2023 ELAVON INC, 10/31/2023 K3304100693 $1,176.04 FI-OCT DBC MERCHANT FEES 288573 11/17/2023 ELAVON INC, 10/31/2023 K3304100694 $20921 FI.00T MC MERCHANT FEES 288573 11/17/2023 ELAVON INC, 10/31/2023 K3304100831 $90 80 FI-OCT PROBATION OFFICE MERCHA 288640 11/17/2023 MV TOWING LLC, 10/26/2023 30165 $77 07 PD-VEHICLE TOW 288640 11/17/2023 MV TOWING LLC, 10/26/2023 30996 $77 07 PD-VEHICLE TOW 288615 11/17/2023 LEGEND DATA SYSTEMS INC.10/25/2023 138391 $178 91 PD-OPER SUPPLIES 288640 11/17/2023 MV TOWING LLC, 10/25/2023 29738 $220 20 PD-VEHICLE TOW 288640 11/17/2023 MV TOWING LLC, 10/25/2023 30994 $77.07 PD-VEHICLE TOW MY BLDG PRMT ONBRD FEE $25.00 1025239491 11/5/2023 US BANK, 10/25/2023 SEPT 2023 PRO VISA $25.00 IT -ONLINE PERMITTING NON GOVT DP SERVICES $236,638.67 Key Bank Page 29 of 70 Check No. Date Vendor Invoice Date Invoice Description AmountGL Total 288359 10/31/2023 GLOBAL DATA VAULT, LLC, 10/20/2023 9251318 $6,590.00 IT-IAG23-061 BACKUP & DISASTER 288442 10/31/2023 RIGHT SYSTEMS INC, 9/7/2023 SI-182966 $1,364.88 IT - BARRACUDA EXTENSION FOR 3 288442 10/31/2023 RIGHT SYSTEMS INC, 9/7/2023 SI-182966 $1,706.10 IT - BARRACUDA EXTENSION FOR 3 288442 10/31/2023 RIGHT SYSTEMS INC, 9/7/2023 SI-182966 $341.22 IT- BARRACUDA EXTENSION FOR 3 288442 10/31/2023 RIGHT SYSTEMS INC, 9/7/2023 SI-182966 $137.85 Sales Tax 288442 10/31/2023 RIGHT SYSTEMS INC, 9/7/2023 SI-182966 $172 32 Sales Tax 288442 10/31/2023 RIGHT SYSTEMS INC, 9/7/2023 SI-182966 $34.46 Sales Tax 288380 10/31/2023 KING COUNTY FINANCE DIVI89/30/2023 11013976 $627 44 IT-AG20-063 KING COUNTY I -NET 288317 10/31/2023 CITIES DIGITAL INC, 8/22/2023 58012 $1,000.00 IT- LASEFISCHE ANNUAL RENEWAL 288317 10/31/2023 CITIES DIGITAL INC, 8/22/2023 58012 $12.000.00 IT - LASEFISCHE ANNUAL RENEWAL 288317 10/31/2023 CITIES DIGITAL INC, 8/22/2023 58012 $1,000 00 IT- LASEFISCHE ANNUAL RENEWAL 288317 10/31/2023 CITIES DIGITAL INC, 8/22/2023 58012 $2,000 00 IT- LASEFISCHE ANNUAL RENEWAL 288317 10/31/2023 CITIES DIGITAL INC, 8/22/2023 58012 $11,000 00 IT- LASEFISCHE ANNUAL RENEWAL 288317 10/31/2023 CITIES DIGITAL INC, 8/22/2023 58012 $3,200 00 - IT- LASEFISCHE ANNUAL RENEWAL 288317 10/31/2023 CITIES DIGITAL INC, 8/22/2023 58012 $39000 IT- LASEFISCHE ANNUAL RENEWAL 288317 10/31/2023 CITIES DIGITAL INC, 8/22/2023 58012 $100.00 IT- LASEFISCHE ANNUAL RENEWAL 288317 10/31/2023 CITIES DIGITAL INC, 8/22/2023 58012 $9.000 00 IT- LASEFISCHE ANNUAL RENEWAL 288317 10/31/2023 CITIES DIGITAL INC, 8/22/2023 58012 $1,200 00 IT - LASEFISCHE ANNUAL RENEWAL 288317 10/31/2023 CITIES DIGITAL INC, 8/22/2023 58012 $750.00 - IT - LASEFISCHE ANNUAL RENEWAL 288317 10/31/2023 CITIES DIGITAL INC, 8/22/2023 58012 $2,850 00 IT- LASEFISCHE ANNUAL RENEWAL 288317 10/31/2023 CITIES DIGITAL INC, 8/22/2023 58012 $400.00 IT- LASEFISCHE ANNUAL RENEWAL 288317 10/31/2023 CITIES DIGITAL INC, 8/22/2023 58012 $1,500.00 IT- LASEFISCHE ANNUAL RENEWAL 288317 10/31/2023 CITIES DIGITAL INC, 8/22/2023 58012 $4,685 39 Sales Tax 288356 10/31/2023 FUSE DATA CENTER SVC LLC8/3012023 2410 $2,213.75 IT-CH-PD: UPS SERVICE RENEWAL- 288356 10/31/2023 FUSE DATA CENTER SVC LLC8/30/2023 2410 $2,213.75 IT-CH-PD: UPS SERVICE RENEWAL- 288356 10/31/2023 FUSE DATA CENTER SVC LLC8/30/2023 2410 $223.59 Sales Tax Key Bank Page 30 of 70 Check No. Date Vendor Invoice Date Invoice Description AmountGLTotal 288356 10/31/2023 FUSE DATA CENTER SVC LLC8/30/2023 2410 $223.59 Sales Tax 288338 10/31/2023 DMX LLC DBA MOOD MEDIA, 11/1/2023 57844282 $56.21 IT-11/23 MEDIA SERVICES 1025239491 11/5/2023 US BANK, 10/25/2023 SEPT 2023 PRO VISA $51.02 IT-FEDWAY.ORG RENEWAL 1025239491 11/5/2023 US BANK, 10/25/2023 SEPT 2023 PRO VISA $11.56 IT -CLOUD RECORDING 1025239491 11/5/2023 US BANK, 10/25/2023 SEPT 2023 PRO VISA $1,560 00 IT -RECORDS ARCHIVING 1025239491 11/5/2023 US BANK, 10/25/2023 SEPT 2023 PRO VISA $21.97 IT-SENDGRID MNTHLY 1025239491 11/5/2023 US BANK, 10/25/2023 SEPT 2023 PRO VISA $48.82 IT-.COM RENEWAL 1025239491 11/5/2023 US BANK, 10/25/2023 SEPT 2023 PRO VISA $159.65 IT-MNTHLY RENEWAL 288732 11/17/2023 ZONES INC, 10/23/2023 K21541550101 $2,264.50 IT- MIMECASTANNUAL RENEWAL- 288732 11/17/2023 ZONES INC, 10/23/2023 K21541550101 $2,264.50 IT- MIMECASTANNUAL RENEWAL- 288732 11/17/2023 ZONES INC, 10/23/2023 K21541550101 $3,029.25 IT- MIMECASTANNUAL RENEWAL- 288732 11/17/2023 ZONES INC, 10/23/2023 K21541550101 $3,029.25 IT- MIMECASTANNUAL RENEWAL- 288732 11/17/2023 ZONES INC, 10/23/2023 K21541550101 $1,681.75 IT- MIMECASTANNUAL RENEWAL- 288732 11/17/2023 ZONES INC, 10/23/2023 K21541550101 $1,681 75 IT- MIMECASTANNUAL RENEWAL- 288732 11/17/2023 ZONES INC, 10/23/2023 K21541550101 $1.061.10 Sales Tax 288732 11/17/2023 ZONES INC, 10/23/2023 K21541550101 $1,061.10 Sales Tax 288732 11/17/2023 ZONES INC, 10/23/2023 K21541550101 $1,764.70 IT- MIMECASTANNUAL RENEWAL- 288732 11/17/2023 ZONES INC, 10/23/2023 K21541550101 $1,764.71 IT- MIMECASTANNUAL RENEWAL- 288732 11/17/2023 ZONES INC, 10/23/2023 K21541550101 $1,765.75 IT - MIMECASTANNUAL RENEWAL- 288732 11/17/2023 ZONES INC, 10/23/2023 K21541550101 $1,765.75 IT- MIMECASTANNUAL RENEWAL- 288702 11/17/2023 TOPCON SOLUTIONS INC, TO10/25/2023 INV257189 $2,834.00 IT-CD/PW BLUEBEAM RENEWAL- 288702 11/17/2023 TOPCON SOLUTIONS INC, TO10/25/2023 INV257189 $4,152.70 IT-CD/PW BLUEBEAM RENEWAL- 288702 11/17/2023 TOPCON SOLUTIONS INC, TO10/25/2023 INV257189 $705.66 Sales Tax 288600 11/17/2023 INSIGHT PUBLIC SECTOR INC10/18/2023 1101104250 $45,341.26 IT-PD MICROSOFT 365 SUBSCRIPT 288600 11/17/2023 INSIGHT PUBLIC SECTOR INC10118/2023 1101104250 $11,335.29 IT-PD MICROSOFT 365 SUBSCRIPT 288600 11/17/2023 INSIGHT PUBLIC SECTOR INC10/18/2023 1101104250 $56.676.61 IT-PD MICROSOFT 365 SUBSCRIPT Key Bank Page 31 of 70 Check No. Date Vendor Invoice Date Invoice Description AmountGL Total 288683 11/17/2023 SMARSH INC, 10/31/2023 INV-132965 $393.12 IT-AG16-055 10/23 NETGUARD TEX 288654 11/17/2023 PANTHEON SYSTEMS INC, 10/29/2023 INV00404348 $4,950.00 IT- WEB HOSTING ANNUAL SUBSCR 288654 11/17/2023 PANTHEON SYSTEMS INC, 10/29/2023 INV00404348 $499.95 Sales Tax 288733 11/17/2023 ZOOM VIDEO COMMUNICATIC10/27/2023 INV224905969 $8,606 00 IT -ZOOM ONE BUSINESS ANNUAL 288617 11/17/2023 LEXISNEXIS, 10/31/2023 3094752812 $434.90 IT-10/23 SUBSCRIPTION CONTENT 288564 11/17/2023 CULTURE FOUNDRY LLC, 10/16/2023 21220155269 $8,741.50 IT-AG23-211 WEB CONTENT STRATE OFFICE FURNITURE/EQUIPMENT $43,303.65 288561 11/17/2023 COPIERS NORTHWEST INC, 10/31/2023 INV2730205 $10,980.00 IT- RR OF COPIERS FOR POLICE, 288561 11/17/2023 COPIERS NORTHWEST INC, 10/31/2023 INV2730205 $581.36 IT- RR OF COPIERS FOR POLICE, 288561 11/17/2023 COPIERS NORTHWEST INC, 10/31/2023 INV2730205 $10,980.00 IT- RR OF COPIERS FOR POLICE, 288561 11/17/2023 COPIERS NORTHWEST INC, 10/31/2023 INV2730205 $54670 IT- RR OF COPIERS FOR POLICE, 288561 11/17/2023 COPIERS NORTHWEST INC, 10/31/2023 INV2730205 $819.50 IT- RR OF COPIERS FOR POLICE, 288561 11/17/2023 COPIERS NORTHWEST INC, 10/31/2023 INV2730205 $2,048.73 IT - RR OF COPIERS FOR POLICE, 288561 11/17/2023 COPIERS NORTHWEST INC, 10/31/2023 INV2730205 $581 35 IT- RR OF COPIERS FOR POLICE, 288561 11/17/2023 COPIERS NORTHWEST INC, 10/31/2023 INV2730205 $1,639.00 IT- RR OF COPIERS FOR POLICE, 288561 11/17/2023 COPIERS NORTHWEST INC, 10/31/2023 INV2730205 $2,048.76 IT- RR OF COPIERS FOR POLICE, 288561' 11/17/2023 COPIERS NORTHWEST INC, 10/31/2023 INV2730205 $546.70 IT- RR OF COPIERS FOR POLICE, 288561 11/17/2023 COPIERS NORTHWEST INC, 10/31/2023 INV2730205 $7,568.00 IT- RR OF COPIERS FOR POLICE, 288561 11/17/2023 COPIERS NORTHWEST INC, 10/31/2023 INV2730205 $991.10 IT- RR OF COPIERS FOR POLICE, 288561 11/17/2023 COPIERS NORTHWEST INC, 10/31/2023 INV2730205 $3,972.45 Sales Tax OFFICE SUPPLIES $6,720.06 288325 10/31/2023 COMPLETE OFFICE, 9/19/2023 2238926-0 $24.44 PW/PWTR/PWST/DBC/SWR-OFFICE SU 288325 10/31/2023 COMPLETE OFFICE, 9/19/2023 2238926-0 $32.59 PW/PWTR/PWST/DBC/SWR-OFFICE SU 288325 10/31/2023 COMPLETE OFFICE, 9/19/2023 2238926-0 $24.44 PW/PWTR/PWST/DBC/SWR-OFFICE SU 288325 10/31/2023 COMPLETE OFFICE, 9/19/2023 2238926-0 $32.59 PW/PWTR/PWST/DBC/SWR-OFFICE SU 288325 10/31/2023 COMPLETE OFFICE, 9/19/2023 2238926-0 $16,32 PW/PWTR/PWST/DBC/SWR-OFFICE SU 288325 10/31/2023 COMPLETE OFFICE, 9/19/2023 2238926-0 $32.59 PW/PWTR/PWST/DBC/SWR-OFFICE SU Key Bank Page 32 of 70 Check No. Date Vendor Invoice Date Invoice Description AmountGL Total 288325 10/31/2023 COMPLETE OFFICE, 10/13/2023 2243798-0 $318.04 MC -OFFICE SUPPLIES 288325 10/31/2023 COMPLETE OFFICE, 10/3/2023 2241512-0 $58.06 PWST-OFFICE SUPPLIES 288325 10/31/2023 COMPLETE OFFICE, 10/3/2023 2241512-0 $38 00 PWST-OFFICE SUPPLIES 288325 10/31/2023 COMPLETE OFFICE, 10/5/2023 2242470-0 $77 62 PWST-OFFICE SUPPLIES 1025233793 11/3/2023 US BANK, 10/25/2023 SEPT 2023 PD VISA $66.73 PD-OFFICE SUPPLS 1025233793 11/3/2023 US BANK, 10/25/2023 SEPT 2023 PD VISA $35 96 PD-OFFICE SUPPLS 1025233793 11/3/2023 US BANK, 10/25/2023 SEPT 2023 PD VISA $109.20 PD-OFFICE SUPPLS 1025233793 11/3/2023 US BANK, 10/25/2023 SEPT 2023 PD VISA $181.40 PD-OFFICE SUPPLS 1025239491 11/5/2023 US BANK, 10/25/2023 SEPT 2023 PRO VISA $102.16 PW-OFFICE SUPPLS 1025239491 11/5/2023 US BANK, 10/25/2023 SEPT 2023 PRO VISA $101.89 SWM-OFFICE SUPPLS 1025239491 11/5/2023 US BANK, 10/25/2023 SEPT 2023 PRO VISA $49.52 PW-OFFICE SUPPLS 1025239491 11/5/2023 US BANK, 10/25/2023 SEPT 2023 PRO VISA $17 59 PWST-OFFICE SUPPLS 1025239491 11/5/2023 US BANK, 10/25/2023 SEPT 2023 PRO VISA $32.86 PWST-OFFICE SUPPLS 1025239491 11/5/2023 US BANK, 10/25/2023 SEPT 2023 PRO VISA $29 71 PWST-OFFICE SUPPLS 1025239491 11/5/2023 US BANK, 10/25/2023 SEPT 2023 PRO VISA $101.89 PWST-OFFICE SUPPLS 1025239491 11/5/2023 US BANK, 10/25/2023 SEPT 2023 PRO VISA $110 10 IT -OFFICE SUPPLS 1025239491 11/5/2023 US BANK, 10/25/2023 SEPT 2023 PRO VISA $57 22 HR-OFFICE SUPPLS 1025234759 11l7/2023 US BANK, 10/25/2023 SEPT 2023 CITY VISA $72 61 CD -OFFICE SUPPLS 1025234759 11f7/2023 US BANK, 10/25/2023 SEPT 2023 CITY VISA $29.37 CD -OFFICE SUPPLS 1025234759 11f7/2023 US BANK, 10/25/2023 SEPT 2023 CITY VISA $38 52 CD -OFFICE SUPPLS 1025234759 11f7/2023 US BANK, 10/25/2023 SEPT 2023 CITY VISA $39.40 FWCC-OFFICE SUPPLS 1025234759 11/7/2023 US BANK, 10/25/2023 SEPT 2023 CITY VISA $42.31 FWCC-OFFICE SUPPLS 1025234759 11/7/2023 US BANK, 10/25/2023 SEPT 2023 CITY VISA $477.79 FWCC-OFFICE SUPPLS 1025234759 11/7/2023 US BANK, 10/25/2023 SEPT 2023 CITY VISA $231 14 PARKS -OFFICE SUPPLS 1025234759 11/7/2023 US BANK, 10/25/2023 SEPT 2023 CITY VISA $5 50 PARKS -OFFICE SUPPLS 1025234759 11/7/2023 US BANK, 10/25/2023 SEPT 2023 CITY VISA $24.74 PARKS -OFFICE SUPPLS Key Bank Page 33 of 70 Check No. Date Vendor Invoice Date Invoice Desc' Lion AmountGL Total 1025234759 11/7/2023 US BANK, 10/25/2023 SEPT 2023 CITY VISA $105,68 PARKS -OFFICE SUPPLS 1025234759 11l7/2023 US BANK, 10/2512023 SEPT 2023 CITY VISA $27.17 PARKS -OFFICE SUPPLS 1025234759 11l7/2023 US BANK, 10/25/2023 SEPT 2023 CITY VISA $105 17 EOC-OFFICE SUPPLS 1025234759 11/7/2023 US BANK, 10/25/2023 SEPT 2023 CITY VISA $162.94 PARKS -OFFICE SUPPLS 288557 11/17/2023 COMPLETE OFFICE, 1116/2023 2249107-0 $99 55 PKM-OFFICE SUPPLIES 288558 11/17/2023 COMPLETE OFFICE, 11/2/2023 2248362-0 $24.46 MO -OFFICE SUPPLIES 288692 11/17/2023 STAPLES BUSINESS ADVANTPO/31/2023 3551509645 $25T30 PD-OFFICE SUPPLIES 288692 11/17/2023 STAPLES BUSINESS ADVANTFI0/31/2023 3551509649 $83.54 PD-OFFICE SUPPLIES 288692 11/17/2023 STAPLES BUSINESS ADVANTAO/31/2023 3551509652 $120.24 PD-OFFICE SUPPLIES 288557 11/17/2023 COMPLETE OFFICE, 10/30/2023 2247360-0 $187.27 LAW -OFFICE SUPPLIES 288557 11/17/2023 COMPLETE OFFICE, 10/20/2023 2245602-0 $18.83 PWST-OFFICE SUPPLIES 288557 11/17/2023 COMPLETE OFFICE, 10/20/2023 2245602-0 $106.71 PWST-OFFICE SUPPLIES 288557 11/17/2023 COMPLETE OFFICE, 10/20/2023 2245606-0 $1.90 PWST-OFFICE SUPPLIES 288557 11/17/2023 COMPLETE OFFICE, 10/20/2023 2245606-0 $33.71 PWST-OFFICE SUPPLIES 288557 11/17/2023 COMPLETE OFFICE, 10/23/2023 2246021-0 $85.72 LAW -OFFICE SUPPLIES 288647 11/17/2023 ODP BUSINESS SOLUTIONS 1_10/912023 334346328001 $135.16 PD-OFFICE SUPPLIES 288647 11/17/2023 ODP BUSINESS SOLUTIONS 1_10/11/2023 336350923001 $12.55 PD-OFFICE SUPPLIES 288647 11/17/2023 ODP BUSINESS SOLUTIONS L10/12/2023 336350664001 $19.14 PD-OFFICE SUPPLIES 288557 11/17/2023 COMPLETE OFFICE, 8/4/2023 2229579-0 $48 55 LAW -OFFICE SUPPLIES 288597 11/17/2023 HOME DEPOT-DEPT 32-250076/31/2023 9030609 $28.25 PW-REPAIR & MAINT SUPPLIE 288557 11/17/2023 COMPLETE OFFICE, 9/29/2023 2236583-0 $291 77 CD -OFFICE SUPPLIES 288597 11/17/2023 HOME DEPOT-DEPT 32-250079/28/2023 1033031 $15.37 PW-REPAIR & MAINT SUPPLIE 288557 11/17/2023 COMPLETE OFFICE, 7/18/2023 2225729-0 $275 25 CD -OFFICE SUPPLIES 288557 11/17/2023 COMPLETE OFFICE, 7/18/2023 2225730-0 $286.21 CD -OFFICE SUPPLIES 288557 11/17/2023 COMPLETE OFFICE, 5/12/2023 2212077-0 $352.32 CD -OFFICE SUPPLIES 288557 11/17/2023 COMPLETE OFFICE, 8/10/2023 2229700-0 $451.41 PWTR-OFFICE SUPPLIES Key Bank Page 34 of 70 Check No. Date Vendor Invoice Date Invoice Description AmountGL Total 288557 11/17/2023 COMPLETE OFFICE, 8/15/2023 2231942-0 $33.97 LAW -OFFICE SUPPLIES 288557 11/17/2023 COMPLETE OFFICE, 6/14/2023 2219146-0 $286.21 CD -OFFICE SUPPLIES 288557 11/17/2023 COMPLETE OFFICE, 6/20/2023 2212481-0 $451.41 PWTR-OFFICE SUPPLIES OPERATING RENTALSILEASES $22,866.21 288483 10/31/2023 THE HUMANE SOCIETY FOR, 9/30/2023 PS-INV103113 $28.10 PD-AG21-033 ANIMAL SHELTER PSA 288483 10/31/2023 THE HUMANE SOCIETY FOR, 10/212023 PS-INV103111 $6,333 33 P D-AG21-033 ANIMAL SHELTER PSA 1025239491 11/5/2023 US BANK, 10/25/2023 SEPT 2023 PRO VISA $87.47 CK-SHRED SVCS 1025239491 11/5/2023 US BANK, 10/25/2023 SEPT 2023 PRO VISA $9 21 CK-SHRED SVCS 1025239491 11/5/2023 US BANK, 10/25/2023 SEPT 2023 PRO VISA $36.84 CK-SHRED SVCS 1625239491 11/5/2023 US BANK, 10/25/2023 SEPT 2023 PRO VISA $4-60 CK-SHRED SVCS 288696 11/17/2023 THE HUMANE SOCIETY FOR, 8/1/2023 PS-INV103091 $6.333.33 PD-AG21-033 ANIMAL SHELTER PSA 288696 11/17/2023 THE HUMANE SOCIETY FOR, 11/1/2023 PS-INV103121 $6,333.33 PD-AG21-033 ANIMAL SHELTER PSA 288537 11/17/2023 BALLI ROAD LLC, 11/1/2023 4073 $3.700.00 PD-AG23-027 SUBSTATION LEASE — OTHER MISC REVENUE $6,079.76 1025233485 10/25/2023 WA STATE REVENUE DEPART10/25/2023 601-223-538 $514.79 FI-09/23 REMIT SALES TAX 1025233485 10/25/2023 WA STATE REVENUE DEPART10/25/2023 - 601-223-538 $5,504.92 FI-09/23 REMIT SALES TAX 1025233485 10/25/2023 WA STATE REVENUE DEPART10/25/2023 601-223-538 $60.05 FI-09/23 REMIT SALES TAX OTHER MISCELLANEOUS REVENUE $6,407.88 1025233485 10/25/2023 WA STATE REVENUE DEPART10/25/2023 601-223-538 $6,407.88' FI-09/23 REMIT SALES TAX OTHER OPERATING SUPPLIES $34,656.99 288495 10/31/2023 ULINE, 9/29/2023 169094328 $653.29 PD-EVIDENCE SUPPLIES 288305 10/31/2023 BOYLE, SHARON 7/27/2023 BOYLE 2023 $632.09 PARKS-OPER SUPPLS/FOOD 288371 10/31/2023 HOME DEPOT-DEPT32-25007110/12/2023 7212895 $115.54 PWST-OFFICE SUPPLIES 288360 10/31/2023 GLOBAL INDUSTRIAL EQUIPM10/12/2023 121093789 $1,024.21 SWR-OPER SUPPLS 288490 10/31/2023 TRINITY ACE HARDWARE, 10/12/2023 322430 $108-97 PWST-SUPPLIES 288358. 10/31/2023 GCP WW HOLDCO LLC, WORH0/16/2023 INV2040003932 $218.65 FLT-UNIFORM 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$432.59 FWCC-REPAIR PARTS 1025239491 11/5/2023 US BANK, 10/25/2023 SEPT 2023 PRO VISA $37.08 FWCC-REPAIR PARTS 1025239491 11/5/2023 US BANK, 10/25/2023 SEPT 2023 PRO VISA $1,443.61 FWCC-REPAIR PARTS 1025239491 11/5/2023 US BANK, 10/25/2023 SEPT 2023 PRO VISA $133.65 FWCC-REPAIR PARTS 1025239491 11/5/2023 US BANK, 10/25/2023 SEPT 2023 PRO VISA $44.00 FWCC-REPAIR PARTS 1025239491 11/5/2023 US BANK, 10/25/2023 SEPT 2023 PRO VISA $37.69 FLT-REPAIR PARTS 288642 11/17/2023 NAPAAUTO PARTS, 10/25/2023 134206 $434.81 FLT-REPAIR & MAINT SUPPLIES 288642 11/17/2023 NAPAAUTO PARTS, 11/2/2023 134839 $118.25 FLT-REPAIR & MAINT 288642 11/17/2023 NAPAAUTO PARTS, 11/1/2023 134730 $43.13 FLT-REPAIR & MAINT 288642 11/17/2023 NAPAAUTO PARTS, 11/1/2023 134725 $72.65 FLT-REPAIR & MAINT 288713 11/17/2023 VILMASIGNS, 9/29/2023 4417 $110.10 FLT-MAINT SUPPLIES 288608 11/17/2023 JR SETINA MANUFACTURING 10/27/2023 274241 $2.274.12 PD-REPAIR PARTS 288576 11/17/2023 FASTENAL, 10/26/2023 WAAUB98633 $22.43 FLT-MAINT 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GENERATOR MAINTEN 288365 10/31/2023 GREEN LEAF TREE SERVICE 110/11/2023 000082 $2,146.95 PWST-TREE REMOVAL 288485 10/31/2023 THUNDERING OAK ENTERPRI10/11/2023 12299 $2,862 60 PKM-AG19-115 TREE SVC AGREEMEN 288485 10/31/2023 THUNDERING OAK ENTERPRI10/11/2023 12300 $10.789.80 PKM-AG19-115 TREE SVC AGREEMEN 288424 10/31/2023 PEAK INDUSTRIAL INC, PEAK7/18/2023 PSI-260664 $1,409.18 FLT-MAINT SVC _ 288477 10/31/2023 SYSTEMS FOR PUBLIC SAFE110/17/2023 45241 $104.04 PD-VEH MAINT SVC 288421 10/31/2023 PAPE MACHINERY INC, 6/26/2023 913001 $659.76 FLT-MAINT SVC 288476 10/31/2023 SUNSET FORD INC, 10/10/2023 FOCS324183 $472.33 PD-VEH REPAIR & MAINT SVCS 288342 10/31/2023 EAGLE TIRE & AUTOMOTIVE (10/11/2023 1-50990 $1,414 56 PD-VEH MAINT 288449 10/31/2023 SCARFF FORD, 10/12/2023 75654 $510.74 FLT-VEH REP SVC 288471 10/31/2023 SPRAGUE PEST CONTROL, 10/13/2023 5250036 $146.54 PKM-FACILITIES PEST CONTROL S 288396 10/31/2023 MCDONOUGH & SONS INC, 10/31/2023 269816 $10.964.66 SWM-AG23-008 2023 STREET 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&AUTOMOTIVE (10/14/2023 1-51069 $383.07 FLT-VEHICLE MAINT 288452 10/31/2023 SECOMA FENCE INC, 10/19/2023 27778 $1,723.07 PWST-FOR FENCE REPAIRS:- 1025239491 11/5/2023 US BANK, 10125/2023 SEPT 2023 PRO VISA $880.00 FLT-MAINT SERVICES 1025239491 11/5/2023 US BANK, 10/25/2023 SEPT 2023 PRO VISA $764 89 SWM-MAINT SVCS 288665 11/17/2023 PRO TOUCH AUTO INTERIOR 10/24/2023 62345 $176.16 PD-VEH MAINT SVC 288665 11/17/2023 PRO TOUCH AUTO INTERIOR 10/24/2023 62346 $671.61 PD-VEH MAINT SVC 288700 11/17/2023 THUNDERING OAK ENTERPRI10/25/2023 12320 $1,981.80 PKM-AG19-115 TREE SVC AGREEMEN 288616 11/17/2023 LES SCHWAB TIRE CTRS OF %10/25/2023 37800670041 $27.50 FLT-TIRE REPAIR 288589 11/17/2023 GREENPOINT LANDSCAPING 10/25/2023 1271413175 $1,568 93 FWCC-AG19-119 LANDSCAPE MAINT 288665 11/17/2023 PRO TOUCH AUTO INTERIOR 10/25/2023 62347 $176.16 PD-VEHICLE CLEANING SVC 288700 11/17/2023 THUNDERING OAK ENTERPRI10/26/2023 12322 $3,936 08 PKM-AG19-115 TREE SVC AGREEMEN 288710 11/17/2023 UTILITIES 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V'10/12/2023 743550 $87.22 PKM-AG18-003 PARKING LOT VACUU Key Bank Page 60 of 70 Check No. Date Vendor Invoice Date Invoice Description AmountGL Total 288728 11/17/2023 WHIRLWIND SERVICES INC, V'10/12/2023 743551 $217.91 PKM-AG18-003 PARKING LOT VACUU 288728 11/17/2023 WHIRLWIND SERVICES INC, V'10/12/2023 743552 $62 76 PARKS-AG18-003 PARKING LOT VAC 288728 11/17/2023 WHIRLWIND SERVICES INC, V10/11/2023 743532 $62.76 PKM-AG18-003 PARKING LOT VACUU 288728 11/17/2023 WHIRLWIND SERVICES INC, V'10/11/2023 743533 $104 60 PARKS-AG18-003 PARKING LOT VAC 288728 11/17/2023 WHIRLWIND SERVICES INC, V10/11/2023 743534 $81..57 PKM-AG18-003 PARKING LOT VACUU 288728 11/17/2023 WHIRLWIND SERVICES INC, V'10/11/2023 743535 $91.69 PKM-AG18-003 PARKING LOT VACUU 288728 11/17/2023 WHIRLWIND SERVICES INC, V'10/10/2023 743522 $217.91 PKM-AG18-003 PARKING LOT VACUU 288665 11/17/2023 PRO TOUCH AUTO INTERIOR11/1/2023 62661 $330.00 PD-VEHICLE CLEANING SVC 288597 11/17/2023 HOME DEPOT-DEPT 32-25007711/1/2023 7511718 $102.64 SWM-REPAIR & MAINT SUPPLIE 288671 11/17/2023 RIDGELINE SHEET METAL LLC11/1/2023 1379 $825.75 CHB-MAINT SVC 288665 11/17/2023 PRO TOUCH AUTO INTERIOR 11/7/2023 62679 $176.16 PD-VEH MAINT SVC 288561 11/17/2023 COPIERS NORTHWEST INC, 10/31/2023 INV2733943 $192.23 IT-AG21-019 PRINTER/COPIER MAI 288561 11/17/2023 COPIERS NORTHWEST INC, 10/31/2023 INV2733943 $1,105.29 IT-AG21-019 PRINTER/COPIER MAI 288561 11/17/2023 COPIERS NORTHWEST INC, 10/31/2023 INV2733943 $1,105.30 IT-AG21-019 PRINTER/COPIER MAI 288624 11/17/2023 MACMOR INC, 11/2/2023 18518 $12,242.60 PWST/SWR-AG23-006 2023 RIGHT-0 288624 11/17/2023 MACMOR INC, 11/2/2023 18518 $2,008.72 PWST/SWR-AG23-006 2023 RIGHT-0 288529 11/17/2023 ADVANCED SAFETY & FIRE S\11/2/2023 401442 $604 67 PD-FIRE EXTINGUISHER MAINTENAN 288653 11/17/2023 PACIFIC POWER GROUP LLC,11/6/2023 6576201-00 $330A0 PKM-AG23-124 GENERATOR MAINTEN 288653 11/17/2023 PACIFIC POWER GROUP LLC,11/6/2023 6576202-00 $471.67 PKM-AG23-124 GENERATOR MAINTEN 288653 11/17/2023 PACIFIC POWER GROUP LLC,11/6/2023 6576203-00 $432.76 CHB-AG23-124 GENERATOR MAINTEN 288653 11/17/2023 PACIFIC POWER GROUP LLC,11/6/2023 6576204-00 $565 70 FWCC-AG23-124 GENERATOR MAINTE 288653 11/17/2023 PACIFIC POWER GROUP LLC,11/6/2023 6576206-00 $306.75 PKM-AG23-124 GENERATOR MAINTEN RETAINAGE PAYABLE $4,019.99 288669 11/17/2023 R W SCOTT CONSTRUCTION 110/20/2023 AG20-573 RET RELEASE $4,019.99 PW-AG20-573 SW 296TH AT 14TH R ROAD SVCS/PERMITS-INTGVT $128,429.64 288380 10/31/2023 KING COUNTY FINANCE DIVIS9130/2023 129260-129285 $127,067.48 PWTR-RSD FW PJ#129260-129285 288381 10/31/2023 KING COUNTY FINANCE DIVI89/30/2023 129312-129312 $976.79 SWM-RSD FW PJ#129312-129312 Key Bank Page 61 of 70 Check No, Date Vendor Invoice Date Invoice Description AmountGL Total 288717 11/17/2023 WA STATE DEPT OF TRANSPO0/16/2023 RE 41 JZ1812 L005 $351.28 PW-PROJECT JZ1812 FEES 288716 11/17/2023 WA STATE DEPT OF TRANSPO0/16/2023 RE-313-ATB31016135 $34.11 PW-LA10305R ADV TRAFFIC SIGNAL SALES 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M# 288385 10/31/2023 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC'10/16/2023 3837901 $273.20 FWCC-08/23 31201 28TH AVE S M# 288613 11/17/2023 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC'10/16/2023 101 $42.32 PKM-08/23 31132 28TH AVE S M#2 288613 11/17/2023 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC'10/16/2023 824102 $244.48 PKM-08/23 30009 16TH AVE S IRR 288613 11/17/2023 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC10/16/2023 888302 $117 80 PKM-08/23 31104 28TH AVE S M#2 288613 11/17/2023 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC'10/16/2023 899802 $3,261.32 PKM-08/23 2410 312TH ST S BEAC SMALL OFFICE APPARATUS $834.19 1025239491 11/5/2023 US BANK, 10/25/2023 SEPT 2023 PRO VISA $423.86 FI-SMALL APPARATUS 1025234759 11/7/2023 US BANK, 10/25/2023 SEPT 2023 CITY VISA $190 13 FWCC-SMALL EQUIP 288557 11/17/2023 COMPLETE OFFICE, 5/1/2023 2209744-0 $220.20 LAW -OFFICE SUPPLIES SMALL TOOLS - SHOP $1,290.86 288371 10/31/2023 HOME DEPOT-DEPT 32-2500719/14/2023 5511932 $7.12 IT -REPAIR & MAINT SUPPLIES 1025239491 11/5/2023 US BANK, 10/25/2023 SEPT 2023 PRO VISA $44.00 FWCC-SMALL TOLLS 1025239491 11/5/2023 US BANK, 10/25/2023 SEPT 2023 PRO VISA $414 60 CHB-SMALL TOOLS 1025239491 11/5/2023 US BANK, 1012512023 SEPT 2023 PRO VISA $664.00 FWCC-SMALL TOLLS 1025239491 11/5/2023 US BANK, 10/25/2023 SEPT 2023 PRO VISA $33 00 CHB-SMALL TOOLS 1025239491 11/5/2023 US BANK, 10/25/2023 SEPT 2023 PRO VISA $24.21 FWCC-SMALL TOLLS 1025239491 11/5/2023 US BANK, 10/25/2023 SEPT 2023 PRO VISA $103.93 SWM-SMALL TOOLS STONE & GRAVEL $91.85 Key Bank Page 62 of 70 Check No. Date Vendor Invoice Date Invoice Description AmountGL Total 288329 10/31/2023 CORLISS RESOURCES INC, 10/16/2023 2034741 $91 85 PWST-CONCRETE SUPPLIES TAXES/ASSESSMENTS-INTERGOVT $51,006.13 1025233485 10/25/2023 WA STATE REVENUE DEPART10/25/2023 601-223-538 $10,405.40 FI-09/23 REMIT SALES TAX 1025233485 10/25/2023 WA STATE REVENUE DEPARTI0/25/2023 601-223-538 $1,374.76 FI-09/23 REMIT SALES TAX 1025233485 10/25/2023 WA STATE REVENUE DEPARTI0/25/2023 601-223-538 $-10,405.40 FI-09/23 REMIT SALES TAX 288382 10/31/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DIM0/18/2023 052104-9016-09 $2,247.03 PKM-2ND HALF NOX WEED 288382 10/31/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DN10/18/2023 092104-9026-03 $6,367.99 PKM-2ND HALF NOX WEED 288382 10/31/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DN10/18/2023 092104-9250-00 $93.33 PKM-2ND HALF NOX WEED 288382 10/31/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY D1110/18/2023 122103-9016-01 $99 35 PKM-2ND HALF NOX WEED 288382 10/31/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DN10/18/2023 122103-9146-04 $2,740.56 PKM-2ND HALF NOX WEED 288382 10/31/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI\,10/18/2023 172104-9014-07 $7,644.68 PKM-2ND HALF NOX WEED 288382 10/31/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DN10/18/2023 172104-9138-08 $10.001.36 FWCC-2ND HALF NOX WEED 288382 10/31/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY D1110/18/2023 182104-9041-03 $129.41 PKM-2ND HALF NOX WEED 288382 10/31/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI),10/18/2023 182104-9057-04 $246.43 PKM-2ND HALF NOX WEED 288382 10/31/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DN10/18/2023 192104-9003-08 $7,738-64 PKM-2ND HALF NOX WEED 288382 10/31/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY D1110/18/2023 202104-9015-01 $95.22 PKM-2ND HALF NOX WEED 288382 10/31/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DN10/18/2023 202104-9057-00 $93.98 PKM-2ND HALF NOX WEED 288382 10/31/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DN10/18/2023 292104-9010-07 $1,380.51 PKM-2ND HALF NOX WEED 288382 10/31/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI%10/18/2023 857500-0010-06 $3,700.94 PKM-2ND HALF NOX WEED 288382 10/31/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DI%10/18/2023 857500-0020-04 $2,126.45 PKM-2ND HALF NOX WEED 288382 10/31/2023 KING COUNTY TREASURY DN10/18/2023 926500-0290-00 $4,771.98 PKM-2ND HALF NOX WEED 288511 10/31/2023 WASHINGTON STATE HEALTH10/16/2023 09-272260 $153.51 HR-ASSESSMENT QTR 3 TIRES $6,542.25 288389 10/31/2023 LES SCHWAB TIRE CTRS OF \9/6/2023 37800661688 $44.04 FLT-VEHICLE MAINT 288389 10/31/2023 LES SCHWAB TIRE CTRS OF \9/15/2023 37800663255 $340.16 FLT-VEHICLE MAINT 288342 10/31/2023 EAGLE TIRE&AUTOMOTIVE(9/25/2023 1-50925 $1,169.98 PD-VEHICLE MAINT 288342 10/31/2023 EAGLE TIRE &AUTOMOTIVE (9/29/2023 1-50955 $1.164.41 PD-VEHICLE MAINT Key Bank Page 63 of 70 Check No. Date Vendor Invoice Date Invoice Description AmountGL Total 288389 10/31/2023 LES SCHWAB TIRE CTRS OF \8/29/2023 37800660605 $61.64 FLT-VEHICLE MAINT 288342 10/31/2023 EAGLE TIRE & AUTOMOTIVE (10/11/2023 1-51052 $203.59 PD-VEHICLE MAINT 288342 10/31/2023 EAGLE TIRE &AUTOMOTIVE (10/2/2023 1-50983 $1,213.12 PD-VEHICLE MAINT 288342 10/31/2023 EAGLE TIRE &AUTOMOTIVE (10/5/2023 1-51006 $203.59 PD-VEHICLE MAINT 288342 10/31/2023 EAGLE TIRE &AUTOMOTIVE (10/5/2023 1-51007 $23-12 PD-VEHICLE MAINT 288342 10/31/2023 EAGLE TIRE &AUTOMOTIVE (9/27/2023 1-50952 $23-12 PD-VEH MAINT 288342 10/31/2023 EAGLE TIRE & AUTOMOTIVE (10/13/2023 1-51054 $23 12 PD-VEHICLE MAINT 288642 11/17/2023 NAPAAUTO PARTS, 10/26/2023 134264 $40.77 FLT-REPAIR & MAINT SUPPLIES 288616 11/17/2023 LES SCHWAB TIRE CTRS OF 17/3/2023 37800651084 $22.02 FLT-TIRE REPAIR 288616 11/17/2023 LES SCHWAB TIRE CTRS OF k6/14/2023 37800648002 $22 02 FLT-TIRE REPAIR 288616 11/17/2023 LES SCHWAB TIRE CTRS OF 19/25/2023 37800664748 $22 02 FLT-TIRE REPAIR 288570 11/17/2023 EAGLE TIRE &AUTOMOTIVE (10/18/2023 1-51093 $934.26 PD-VEHICLE MAINT 288570 11/17/2023 EAGLE TIRE &AUTOMOTIVE (10/20/2023 1-51100 $1,031.27 PD-VEHICLE MAINT TOPSOIL 288562 11/17/2023 CORLISS RESOURCES INC, 10/20/2023 2035176 $95.92 PWST-MAINT SUPPLIES 288562 11/17/2023 CORLISS RESOURCES INC, 10/24/2023 2035426 $127.46 PWST-MAINT SUPPLIES TRAFFIC INFRACTIONS 288488 10/31/2023 TRAN. HOAN 10/18/2023 0992300161872 $115.00 MC -REFUND VIOLATION DISMISSAL TRANSPORTATION EQUIPMENT 288321 10/31/2023 CLARY LONGVIEW LLC, BUD (10/1312023 3PW252 $45,295.00 PD - VEHICLE REPLACEMENTS 2023 288321 10/31/2023 CLARY LONGVIEW LLC, BUD (10/13/2023 3PW252 $3,850 08 Sales Tax 288321 10/31/2023 CLARY LONGVIEW LLC, BUD (10/13/2023 3PW259 $49,145.08 PD - VEHICLE REPLACEMENTS 2023 288321 10/31/2023 CLARY LONGVIEW LLC, BUD (10/11/2023 3PW256 $49,145.08 PD - VEHICLE REPLACEMENTS 2023 288321 10/31/2023 CLARY LONGVIEW LLC, BUD (9/11/2023 3PW251 $49,145.08 PD - VEHICLE REPLACEMENTS 2023 288496 10/31/2023 UPSTATE WHOLESALE SUPPI.9/25/2023 INV30919 $41,237.96 IT-PD 11 GETAC LAPTOPS FOR POL 288520 11/9/2023 CLARY LONGVIEW LLC, BUD (9/25/2023 3PT763 RE -ISSUE $48,934.59 PD-2023 FORD POLICE INTERCEPTO 288620 11/17/2023 LICENSING SERVICES LTD DE10/24/2023 10/24/2023 $247.00 - PD-LICENSING FEE $223.38 $115.00 $289,592.74 Key Bank Page 64 of 70 Check No. Date Vendor Invoice Date Invoice Description AmountGL Total 288614 11/17/2023 LARSEN SIGN CO., 11/7/2023 33308 $864.29 PD-VEHICLE GRAPHICS REPLACE SV 288614 11/17/2023 LARSEN SIGN CO., 10/31/2023 33273 $864.29 PD-SIGNS 288614 11/17/2023 LARSEN SIGN CO., 11/2/2023 33288 $864.29 PD-SIGNS UNEMPLOYMENT SERVICES - CLAIMS $3,130.72 288506 10/31/2023 WA STATE EMPLOYMENTSEC9/30/2023 2023 UBI 601-223-538 $3,130.72 HR-UI TAX REIMB SEPT 2023 WASTE DISPOSAL BILLINGS $4,488.69 288396 10/31/2023 MCDONOUGH & SONS INC, 10/2/2023 269802 $150.00 PWST-AG23-008 2023 STREET SWEE 288380 10/31/2023 KING COUNTY FINANCE DIVI89/30/2023 148173 $1,014.30 PWST-SOLID WASTE DISPOSAL 288297 10/31/2023 ALL BATTERY SALES & SERVI10/5/2023 300-10124931 $49.08 SWR-COLLECTION, TRANSPORTATION 288297 10/31/2023 ALL BATTERY SALES & SERVI10/5/2023 300-10124931 $4.96 Sales Tax 288297 10/31/2023 ALL BATTERY SALES & SERVI10/18/2023 300-10125846 $118.59 SWR-COLLECTION, TRANSPORTATION 288297 10/31/2023 ALL BATTERY SALES & SERVI10/18/2023 300-10125846 $11.98 Sales Tax 1025239491 11/5/2023 US BANK, 10/25/2023 SEPT 2023 PRO VISA $30.34 SWR-WASTE DISPOSAL 1025239491 11/5/2023 US BANK, 10/25/2023 SEPT 2023 PRO VISA $44,44 SWR-WASTE DISPOSAL 288604 11/17/2023 JAMES SANTERELLI ENTERPF10/31/2023 221878 $675.00 PW - PROVIDE COLLECTION, SHRED 288619 11/17/2023 LIBERTY TIRE RECYCLING, LL10/1/2023 2592686 $2.390.00 SWR-DUMP & TIRE RECYCLING WATER BILLINGS $19,816.19 288479 10/31/2023 TACOMA PUBLIC UTILITIES, 10/4/2023 100048250 $219.89 DBC-8/24/23-09/22/23 PUBLIC 288385 10/31/2023 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC'10/10/2023 482303 $30.02 PWST-08/23 28866 PACIFIC HWY S 288385 10/31/2023 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRICI0/10/2023 482405 $30.02 PWST-08/23 28850 PACIFIC HWY S 288385 10/31/2023 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC'10/10/2023 460602 $253 34 PKM-08/23 2645 312TH ST S #191 288385 10/31/2023 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC'10/10/2023 2049903 $30.02 PKM-08/23 31531 1STAVE S M#59 288385 10/31/2023 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC'10/10/2023 1941803 $3,324 66 PKM-08/23 31600 20 AVE S M#191 288385 10/31/2023 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC'10/10/2023 3336101 $723 16 PWST-08/23 31026 PACIFIC HWY S 288385 10/31/2023 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC'10/10/2023 3364101 $30.02 PWST-08123 1618 S 288TH ST IRR 288385 10/31/2023 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC'10/10/2023 3481301 $30.02 PWST-08/23 SR 99 S 279TH TO S 288385 10/31/2023 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC'10/10/2023 3540201 $30.02 PWST-08/23 29627 PACIFIC HWY S Key Bank Page 65 of 70 Check No. Date Vendor Invoice Date Invoice Description AmountGL Total 288385 10/31/2023 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC'10/10/2023 3540301 $30.02 PWST-08/23 28719 PACIFIC HWY S 288385 10/31/2023 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC'10/10/2023 3545101 $30.02 PWST-08/23 29102 PACIFIC HWY S 288385 10/31/2023 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC'10/10/2023 3568101 $771.32 PWST-08/23 30799 PAC HWY IRRIG 288385 10/31/2023 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC'10/10/2023 3586001 $93.82 PKM-08/23 31531 1STAVES M#42 288385 10/31/2023 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC10/10/2023 3621801 $30.02 PWST-08/23 1401'SW 312TH STREE 288385 10/31/2023 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC'10/10/2023 3671801 $1,876.58 PKM-08/23 31600 20TH AVE S. M# 288385 10/31/2023 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC'10/16/2023 835904 $249.30 PWST-08/23 30421 16AVE S IRR 288385 10/31/2023 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC'10/16/2023 3088801 $30 02 PWST-08/23 2000 312 ST S IRR M 288385 10/31/2023 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC'10/16/2023 3200201 $582.04 PWST-08/23 32001 WEYERHAEUSER 288385 10/31/2023 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC'10/16/2023 3642501 $30.02 PWST-08/23 30801 14TH AVE S M# 288385 10/31/2023 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC'10/16/2023 3653601 $287.14 PWST-08/23 31114 28 AVE S M#20 288385 10/31/2023 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC'10/16/2023 3657701 $144.94 PWST-08/23 1456 S 308TH ST RO 288385 10/31/2023 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC'10/16/2023 3702201 $438.58 PWST-08/23 1119 S DASH POINT R 288385 10/31/2023 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC'10/16/2023 3791001 $536.60 PWST-08/23 2139 S 316TH #19211 288385 10/31/2023 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC'10/16/2023 3837901 $205 78 - FWCC-08/23 31201 28TH AVE S M# 288385 10/31/2023 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC10/20/2023 3568001 $30.02 PWST-09/23 30399 PACIFIC HWY S 288613 11/17/2023 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC'10/4/2023 2832301 $30.02 PKM-06/23 30619 16TH AVE SW M# 288613 11/17/2023 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC'10/4/2023 2984001 $30.02 PKM-08/23 31850 7TH AVE SW M#2 288613 11/17/2023 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC'10/16/2023 924602 $30.02 PKM-08/23 2301 S 292ND ST IRR 288613 11/17/2023 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRICI0/16/2023 896402 $30.02 PKM-08/23 2410 312TH ST #22141 288613 11/17/2023 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC'10/16/2023 899802 $2.636.24 PKM-08123 2410 312TH ST S BEAC 288613 11/17/2023 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC'10116/2023 888103 $223.02 CHB-08/23 31132 28TH AVE S M#2 288613 11/17/2023 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC'10/16/2023 888302 $87.48 PKM-08/23 31104 28TH AVE S M#2 288613 11/17/2023 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIG10/16/2023 822402 $2,176.78 PKM-08/23 30009 16TH AVE S IRR 288613 11/17/2023 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC10/16/2023 824102 $307.42 PKM-08/23 30009 16TH AVE S IRR 288613 11/17/2023 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC'10/16/2023 2322804 $165 08 PAEC 8/23 31510 20 AVE S. IRR Key Bank Page 66 of 70 Check No. Date Vendor Invoice Date Invoice Description AmountGL Total 288613 11/17/2023 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC10/16/2023 2814401 $3,143.24 PKM-08/23 2645 312TH IRR/ANNEX 288613 11/17/2023 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC'10/16/2023 101 $30.02 PKM-08/23 31132 28TH AVE S M#2 288613 11/17/2023 LAKEHAVEN UTILITY DISTRIC'10/20/2023 3033601 $859.44 PKM-09/23 28159 24TH PL S M#22 WITNESS FEESMUROR FEES $2,989.02 54438 10/19/2023 BURKHARDT, EDWIN 6/14/2023 09/14/2023 $18.48 MC JURY PAY 54480 10/19/2023 LEWIS, ROBERT H 7/20/2023 07/20/2023 $39 36 MC - JURY PAY 54482 10/19/2023 LOGG, JAMES BRIAN 7/20/2023 07/20/2023 $17.93 MC JURY PAY 54494 10/19/2023 MONTGOMERY, QUTANA SHAL7/20/2023 07/20/2023 $38 20 MC JURY PAY 54456 10/19/2023 DONAHOE, THOMAS JOHN 7/20/2023 07/20/2023 $41.70 MC JURY PAY 54444 10/19/2023 CLESS, DUANNE LEE 7/20/2023 07/20/2023 $19.10 MC JURY PAY 54421 10/19/2023 AIAR, MARIA-BELLALORETO 7/20/2023 07/20/2023 $19.68 MC JURY PAY 54423 10/19/2023 ALLKURTI, RENATO 7/20/2023 07/20/2023 $19.68 MC JURY PAY 54512 10/19/2023 WRIGHT-WEST, LORRAINE 7/20/2023 07/20/2023 $18.51 MC JURY PAY 54509 10/19/2023 ROME, NICHOLAS TYLER 7/20/2023 07/20/2023 $16.76 MC JURY PAY 54510 10/19/2023 SCHIMELPFENIG, SHARON LE7/20/2023 07/20/2023 $17 34 MC JURY PAY 54469 10/19/2023 HAMLING, LOREN TAGA 7/20/2023 07/20/2023 $18.51 MC JURY PAY 54449 10/19/2023 DEMERS, RITA M 7/20/2023 07/20/2023 $38 20 MC JURY PAY 54503 10/19/2023 ONORATI, MICHAEL LAWREN(7/20/2023 07/20/2023 $19.10 MC JURY PAY 54436 10/19/2023 BROEHL, MARLYS M 7/20/2023 07/20/2023 $20.27 MC JURY PAY 54511 10/19/2023 SHPAK, YULIYA 7/20/2023 07/20/2023 $37.02 MC JURY PAY 54426 10/19/2023 AZZAM, WASIM 7/20/2023 07/20/2023 $19.68 MC JURY PAY 54471 10/19/2023 HASBARGEN, GLENNA MARIE7/20/2023 07/20/2023 $17 93 MC JURY PAY 54454 10/19/2023 DODSON, KISKA DENEEN 7/20/2023 07/20/2023 $35.86 MC JURY PAY 54437 10/19/2023 BRUAN, BRANDON JONATHA�7/20/2023 07/20/2023 $19.68 MC JURY PAY 54463 10/19/2023 GALLARDO, YHADIRA 7/20/2023 07/20/2023 $38.20 MC JURY PAY 54452 10/19/2023 DINKINS, KYLE HUNTER 7/20/2023 07/20/2023 $18 51 MC JURY PAY Key Bank Page 67 of 70 Check No. Date Vendor Invoice Date Invoice Description AmountGL Total 54493 10/19/2023 MERTENS, NICOLE 8/23/2023 08/23/2023 $18 12 MC JURY PAY 54425 10/19/2023 ASHBAUGH, KAREN 8/23/2023 08/23/2023 $19.44 MC JURY PAY' 54443 10/19/2023 CHEEMA, JASMEEN 8/23/2023 08/23/2023 $18.49 MC JURY PAY. 54507 10/19/2023 PEARCY, DAVID 8/23/2023 08/23/2023 $18.82 MC JURY PAY 54472 10/19/2023 HOLMAN, PERRY 8/23/2023 08/23/2023 $54 49 MC JURY PAY 54473 10/19/2023 HONG, SOUL 8/23/2023 08/23/2023 $21.70 MC JURY PAY 54462 10/19/2023 GAINEY, JEREMY 8/23/2023 08/23/2023 $38 24 MC JURY PAY 54427 10/19/2023 BAEHLER, SHELLY 8/23/2023 08/23/2023 $57.47 MC JURY PAY 54446 10/19/2023 CONNOLLY, THOMAS 8/23/2023 08/23/2023 $58.76 MC JURY PAY 54470 10/19/2023 HAN, CHONGSUK 8/23/2023 08/23/2023 $16.40 MC JURY PAY 54500 10/19/2023 OKEEFE, ERIC 8/23/2023 08/23/2023 $53.35 MC JURY PAY 54429 10/19/2023 BELL, CHARLES 8/23/2023 08/23/2023 $18.78 MC JURY PAY 54432 10/19/2023 BLUBAUGH, MARK 8/23/2023 08/23/2023 $18.65 MC JURY PAY 54448 10/19/2023 DANIEL, WILLIAM MC 8/23/2023 08/23/2023 $18,70 MC JURY PAY 54495 10/19/2023 MORENO, ADELFA 8/23/2023 08/23/2023 $21.19 MC JURY PAY 54508 10/19/2023 PENA, BERNARDINO 8/23/2023 08/23/2023 $62.69 MC JURY PAY 54488 10/19/2023 MCGREW, BRYCE 8/23/2023 08/23/2023 $20.51 MC JURY PAY 54475 10/19/2023 HOPKINS, DANIEL 8/23/2023 08/23/2023 $60.61 MC JURY PAY 54476 10/19/2023 JAASUND, GAIL 8/23/2023 08/23/2023 $21.39 MC JURY PAY 54496 10/19/2023 MORRISSEY, J 8/23/2023 08/23/2023 $18.16 MC JURY PAY 54501 10/19/2023 OLSON, JENNIFER 8/23/2023 08/23/2023 $18 70 MC JURY PAY 54457 10/19/2023 DONHAUSER, JOHN 8/23/2023 08/23/2023 $.17.81 MC JURY PAY 54465 10/19/2023 GOMEZ, MAE 8/23/2023 08/23/2023 $20,15 MC JURY PAY 54431 10/19/2023 BERGER, DARREL 9/14/2023 09/14/2023 $21.25 MC JURY PAY 54428 10/19/2023 BECTON, WILLIAM 9/14/2023 09/14/2023 $31.49 MC JURY PAY 54464 10/19/2023 GATES, WILLIAM 9/14/2023 09/14/2023 $32.75 MC JURY PAY Key Bank Page 68 of 70 Check No. Date Vendor Invoice Date Invoice Description AmountGLTotal 54487 10/19/2023 MCELROY, KAREN 9/14/2023 09/14/2023 $37.11 MC JURY PAY 54497 10/19/2023 MOUNTJOY, MICHAEL 9/14/2023 09/14/2023 $37 81 MC JURY PAY 54485 10/19/2023 LUONG, HOANG 9/14/2023 09/14/2023 $38.72 MC JURY PAY 54442 10/19/2023 CALIN, MUGUREL 9/14/2023 09/14/2023 $43 38 MC JURY PAY 54483 10/19/2023 LOPEZ, MONIKA 9/14/2023 09/14/2023 $38.67 MC JURY PAY 54435 10/19/2023 BRADBURY, JULIE 9/14/2023 09/14/2023 $35.64 MC JURY PAY 54441 10/19/2023 CABODI, ALAN 9/14/2023 09/14/2023 $19 30 MC JURY PAY 54450 10/19/2023 DEWATER, CHRISTINA 9/14/2023 09/14/2023 $33 02 MC JURY PAY 54505 10/19/2023 OWENS, RIAN 9/14/2023 09/14/2023 $35.37 MC JURY PAY 54506 10/19/2023 PARKER, LISA 9/14/2023 09/14/2023 $37.66 MC JURY PAY 54489 10/19/2023 MECONI, MICHAELJAMES 9/14/2023 09/14/2023 $38.64 MC JURY PAY 54459 10/19/2023 FAUSSETT, KYLE 9/14/2023 09/14/2023 $42 88 MC JURY PAY 54445 10/19/2023 COLE, GERALDINE 9/14/2023 09/14/2023 $17.24 MC JURY PAY 54460 10/19/2023 FINK, JANET 9/14/2023 09/14/2023 $38.92 MC JURY PAY 54461 10/19/2023 FLAVIN,JULIA 9/14/2023 09/14/2023 $18.45 MC JURY PAY 54484 10/19/2023 LOVELL, LORA 9/14/2023 09/14/2023 $19.89 MC JURY PAY 54458 10/19/2023 ESHETE, AKLILU 9/14/2023 09/14/2023 $34.99 MC JURY PAY 54477 10/19/2023 KAMPE, ERIK 9/14/2023 09/14/2023 $41.34 MC JURY PAY 54490 10/19/2023 MEEKER, EMILY 9/14/2023 09/14/2023 $20.19 MC JURY PAY 54492 10/19/2023 MERRICK, DARYL 9/14/2023 09/14/2023 $32.75 MC JURY PAY 54439 10/19/2023 BURTON, BRUCE 9/14/2023 09/14/2023 $52.67 MC JURY PAY 54498 10/19/2023 NABAWANGA, LYDIA 9/14/2023 09/14/2023 $18.48 MC JURY PAY 54430 10/19/2023 BELTRAN, MARIA 6/14/2023 09/14/2023 $54.90 MC JURY PAY 54478 10/19/2023 KIDANE, NEBIL 9/14/2023 09/14/2023 $54.22 MC JURY PAY 54479 10/19/2023 LANDERS, TERESA 9/14/2023 09/14/2023 $38.32 MC JURY PAY 54451 10/19/2023 DIBBLE, THERESA 9/14/2023 09/14/2023 $40.41 MC JURY PAY Key Bank Page 69 of 70 Check No. Date Vendor Invoice Date Invoice Description AmountGL Total 54455 10/19/2023 DOLL, WILLIAM 9/14/2023 09/14/2023 $33.20 MC JURY PAY 54466 10/19/2023 GREENE, KAREN 9/14/2023 09/14/2023 $39,63 MC JURY PAY 54474 10/19/2023 HOOVER, TIMOTHY 9/14/2023 09/14/2023 $40-03 MC JURY PAY 54502 10/19/2023 ONISHCHENKO, ESTHER 9/14/2023 09/14/2023 $38.72 MC JURY PAY 54504 10/19/2023 OVERMAN, RICHARD 9/14/2023 09/14/2023 $18.50 MC JURY PAY 54424 10/19/2023 ARCIAGA, RHAYALANI 9/14/2023 09/14/2023 $22.80 MC JURY PAY 54491 10/19/2023 MERCADO, NICHOLAS 9/14/2023 09/14/2023 $58,38 MC JURY PAY 54486 10/19/2023 MARTINSON. AMY 9/14/2023 09/14/2023 $65.87 MC JURY PAY 54440 10/19/2023 BUTEAU, ANDREAMARIE 9/14/2023 09/14/2023 $57.17 MC JURY PAY 54434 10/19/2023 BOGEN. ANITA 9/14/2023 09/14/2023 $54.94 MC JURY PAY 54467 10/19/2023 GRIGORYAK, BENJAMIN 9/14/2023 09/14/2023 $54.49 MC JURY PAY 54447 10/19/2023 CORTEZ, BEVERLY 9/14/2023 09/14/2023 $20.73 MC JURY PAY 54499 10/19/2023 NEVELS, BLONDELL 9/14/2023 09/14/2023 $63.79 MC JURY PAY 54433 10/19/2023 BODLE, CARMEL 9/14/2023 09/14/2023 $21.25 MC JURY PAY 54453 10/19/2023 DIZON, CESAR 9/14/2023 09/14/2023 $36-98 MC JURY PAY 54422 10/19/2023 ALLEN-RICHARDS, DENISE 9/14/2023 09/14/2023 $18 75 MC JURY PAY 54468 10/19/2023 HAMIDANI, MUHAMMED Y 9/14/2023 09/142/023 $35.95 MC JURY PAY 54481 10/19/2023 LIU, TAO 7/20/2032 07/20/2023 $19 10 MC JURY PAY 54513 11/6/2023 PERCIVAL. DIANE LEE 1/12/2023 01/12/2023 $39.96 MC -JURY PAY WORK RELEASE $17,332.31 288290 10/31/2023 2 WATCH MONITORING INC, 9/1/2023 49640 $6,864.25 PD-HOME MONITORING- 288344 10/31/2023 EHM WASHINGTON LLC, 8/8/2023 27337 $54.81 PD-MONITORING SVC 288344 10/31/2023 EHM WASHINGTON LLC, 9/30/2023 28067 $315.00 PD-MONITORING SVC 288344 10/31/2023 EHM WASHINGTON LLC, 9/30/2023 28891 $63.00 PD-MONITORING SVC 288344 10/31/2023 EHM WASHINGTON LLC, 9/30/2023 28938 $270 00 PD-MONITORING SVC 288401 10/31/2023 MOON SECURITY SVC INC, 9/30/2023 12063356 $210.00 PD-HOUSE ARREST Key Bank Page 70 of 70 Check No, Date Vendor Invoice Date Invoice Description AmountGL Total 288344 10/31/2023 EHM WASHINGTON LLC, 9/18/2023 28816 $90.00 PD-MONITORING SVC 288630 11/17/2023 MOON SECURITY SVC INC, 10/31/2023 1206357 $217.00 PD-HOUSE ARREST 288572 11/17/2023 EHM WASHINGTON LLC, 10/31/2023 28892 $325.50 PD-MONITORING SVC 288572 11/17/2023 EHM WASHINGTON LLC, 10/31/2023 29280 $279.00 PD-MONITORING SVC 288630 11/17/2023 MOON SECURITY SVC INC, 8/31/2023 1202030 $196.00 PD-HOUSE ARREST 288572 11/17/2023 EHM WASHINGTON LLC, 8/31/2023 28066 $325.50 PD-MONITORING SVC 288572 11/17/2023 EHM WASHINGTON LLC, 8/31/2023 28642 $155.00 PD-MONITORING SVC 288572 11/17/2023 EHM WASHINGTON LLC, 8/31/2023 28655 $279.00 PD-MONITORING SVC 288524 11/17/2023 2 WATCH MONITORING INC, 11/1/2023 49946 $7,688.25 PD-COURT ORDERED HOME MONITORI Total $4,468,716.41 10/20/2023 CW-PAYROLL VOUCHERS 10/01-10/15 $1,813,340.36 11/03/2023 CW-PAYROLL VOUCHERS 10/16-10/31 $2,327,398.14 TOTAL OCTOBER 2023 PAYROLL $4,140,738.50 COUNCIL MEETING DATE: ITEM #: 6d- CITY OF FEDERAL WAY CITY COUNCIL AGENDA BILL SUBJECT: INTERLOCAL AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE CITY OF FEDERAL WAY AND FEDERAL WAY PUBLIC SCHOOLS AND LAKEHAVEN WATER AND SEWER DISTRICT AND SOUTH KING FIRE AND VIRGINIA MASON FRANCISCAN HEALTH TO ESTABLISH THE GREATER FEDERAL WAY COMMUNITY EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT PROGRAM (GFWCEMP) POLICY QUESTION: Should the council approve the proposed interlocal agreement? COMMITTEE: FEDRAC MEETING DATE: Nov 28, 2023 CATEGORY: ® Consent ❑ Ordinance ❑ Public Hearing ❑ City Council Business ❑ Resolution ❑ Other STAFF REPORT BY: Kevin Pellet' DEPT: Emergency Management Attachments: 1. Staff Report 2. Proposed ILA Options Considered: 1. Approve the proposed ILA. 2. Do not approve proposed ILA and provide direction to staff. MAYOR'S RECOMMENDATION: Option 1. MAYOR APPROVAL: of DIRECTOR APPROVAL* XIAI Zot Ldr7 X. in tee [1Nnci1 Initial/Date in Iial/Dat Isiilial/Dalc COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION: I move to forward the proposed Interlocal Agreement to the {� 2023, consent agenda for approval. L i COmm tee Chair Co umsttee Member &Cn Member PROPOSED COUNCIL MOTION: "I move approval of the proposed Interlocal greement. " BELOW TO BE COMPLETED BY CITY CLERK'S OFFICE COUNCIL ACTION: ❑ APPROVED COUNCIL BILL # ❑ DENIED First reading ❑ TABLED/DEFERRED/NO ACTION Enactment reading ❑ MOVED TO SECOND READING (ordinances only) ORDINANCE # REVISED — 1/2022 RESOLUTION # CITY OF FEDERAL WAY MEMORANDUM DATE: November 17, 2023 TO: City Council Members VIA: Jim Ferrell, Mayor FROM: Kevin Pelley, Emergency Manager SUBJECT: 1NTERLOCAL AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE CITY OF FEDERAL WAY AND FEDERAL WAY PUBLIC SCHOOLS AND LAKEHAVEN WATER AND SEWER DISTRICT AND SOUTH KING FIRE AND VIRGINIA MASON FRANCISCAN HEALTH TO ESTABLISH THE GREATER FEDERAL WAY COMMUNITY EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT PROGRAM (GFWCEMP) Financial Impacts: There is no cost to the City to approve the ILA and establish the GFWCEMP. If not approved, the City will not be eligible for federal reimbursement for costs incurred in a presidentially declared disaster in accordance with the Robert T. Stafford Disaster Relief and Emergency Assistance Act, PL 100-707. If approved, the City may request reimbursement for 87.5% of costs incurred in a Federal Disaster. Background Information: In 2005, The City of Federal Way entered into an interlocal agreement between Federal Way Public Schools, Lakehaven Water and Sewer District, South King Fire, and Virginia Mason established the GFWCEMP. This ILA expired in 2015. It was not renewed, but the parties continued the program. FEMA requires all jurisdictions to submit a Comprehensive Emergency Management Plan (CEMP) to their state Emergency Management Division every five years. The City of Federal Way and the GFWCEMP last submitted a CEMPs in 2015. The City requested and was granted an extension for submission by December 31, 2023. This ILA is required to reestablish the GFWCEMP which is the organization that creates, revises, approves, and submits the CEMP. Without the ILA, the City of Federal Way cannot submit the CEMP and will not be eligible for federal funding to reimburse costs associated with a federal disaster. Rev. 7/18 CITY OF CITY HALL �Way Feder l Avenue South Federal Way, V��A 98003-6325 ---,"Federal (253) 835-7000 vAvw cr[yoifederalway cam INTERLOCAL AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE CITY OF FEDERAL WAY AND FEDERAL WAY PUBLIC SCHOOLS AND LAKEHAVEN WATER AND SEWER DISTRICT AND SOUTH KING FIRE AND VIRGINIA MASON FRANCISCAN HEALTH THIS AGREEMENT ("Agreement") is made and entered into by and between the City of Federal Way, ("City"), Federal Way Public Schools ("School District"), Lakehaven Water and Sewer District ("Lakehaven"), South King Fire ("Fire District"), and Virginia Mason Franciscan Health ("Virginia Mason") (collectively "Parties"). WHEREAS, the Parties agree that development of a comprehensive, strategic emergency management program is important to life, health, and safety of the Greater Federal Way community; and WHEREAS, the Parties agree that interagency coordination and management of the Greater Federal Way disaster area is important to the Greater Federal Way community; and WHEREAS, Chapter 39.34 RCW (Interlocal Cooperation Act) permits local governmental units to make the most efficient use of their powers by enabling them to cooperate with other entities to provide services in a manner best serving the needs and development of their local communities. The Parties agree as follows: 1. TERM AND TERMINATION. The term of this Agreement shall commence upon the effective date of this Agreement, which shall be the date of final execution, and shall continue until a majority of its members withdraw. Any Party to this Agreement may be discharged from its obligations hereunder upon 45 days written notice to all other Parties. 2. PURPOSE. The purpose of this Agreement is to establish the Greater Federal Way Community Emergency Management Program (GFWCEMP), an oversight committee, known as the GFWCEMP Oversight Committee", and a planning team known as the "GFWCEMP Planning Team" to administer the activities of GFWCEMP. 3. GFWCEMP. The GFWCEMP will establish and periodically update plans and operational procedures to mitigate, prepare for, respond to, and recover from emergencies and disasters. The City of Federal Way Emergency Manager is responsible for managing the GFWCEMP. The Chief Executive of each GFWCEMP Member Agency will maintain and exercise direction and control of their agency or organization. The GFWCEMP does not address ordinary day-to-day operations or established agency and departmental procedures. This program will prepare for and respond to emergencies, disasters, and planned events that exceed the capacity or capabilities of one or more agencies and/or departments. 4. GFWCEMP OVERSIGHT COMMITTEE. The GFWCEMP Oversight Committee shall consist of the Mayor of the City of Federal Way, Federal Way Public Schools Superintendent, Lakehaven Water and Sewer General Manager, South King Fire Chief, and a Virginia Mason Franciscan Health Official. The GFWCEMP Oversight Committee will meet twice each year to review the progress, provide direction, and approve plans and other documents of the GFWCEMP. INTERLOCAL AGREEMENT - 1 - 4/2023 CITY or- CITY HALL -" -&Federal 1Na Feder 8th Avenue South Federal Way, 1NA 98003-6325 (253) 835-7000 mw cityoffederalway. cam 5. GFWCEMP PLANNING TEAM. The GFWCEMP Planning Team will consist of the City of Federal Way Emergency Manager and designees from the School District, Lakehaven, the Fire District, Virginia Mason, Federal Way Police Department, Community Emergency Response Team, and Emergency Communication Response Team. The GFWCEMP Planning Team will meet at least monthly to update plans, train, and conduct exercises as defined in their annual plan approved by the GFWCEMP Oversight Committee. 6. SEMI-ANNUAL REPORT. The City of Federal Way Emergency Manager will report twice each year to the GFWCEMP Oversight Committee. They will provide a recommended annual schedule once each year as developed by the GFWCEMP Planning team. They will provide updates to the Comprehensive Emergency Management Plan annually, and submit revisions for recertification to Washington State Emergency Management Division at least every five years. 7. INDEMNIFICATION. Each Party agrees to indemnify, defend and hold the other Parties, their elected officials, officers, employees and agents harmless from any and all claims, demands, losses, actions, and liabilities (including costs and all attorney fees) to or by any and all persons or entities, including, without limitation, their respective agents, licensees, or representatives, arising or resulting from, or connected with this Agreement to the extent solely caused by the negligent acts, errors or omissions of the Party, its partners, shareholders, agents, employees, or by the Party's breach of this Agreement. 8. GENERAL PROVISIONS. 8.1 Severability. Should any provision of this Agreement, or its application to any person or situation, be declared unenforceable or invalid for any reason, such decision shall not affect the validity of the remaining portions of this Agreement or its application to any other person or situation, but shall instead continue in full force and effect to the extent permitted by law. 8.2 Execution. Each individual executing this Agreement on behalf of the Parties represents and warrants that such individual is duly authorized to execute and deliver this Agreement. This Agreement may be executed in any number of counterparts, each of which shall be deemed an original and with the same effect as if all Parties hereto had signed the same document. All such counterparts shall be construed together and shall constitute one instrument, but in making proof hereof it shall only be necessary to produce one such counterpart. The signature and acknowledgment pages from such counterparts may be assembled together to form a single instrument comprised of all pages of this Agreement and a complete set of all signature and acknowledgment pages. The date upon which the last of all of the Parties have executed a counterpart of this Agreement shall be the "date of mutual execution" hereof. 9. FILING OF AGREEMENT. This Agreement shall be filed with the King County Auditor or listed on the City's website consistent with the requirements of Chapter 39.34 RCW. INTERLOCAL AGREEMENT - 2 - 4/2023 � CITY OF 11111 e d e ra ay CITY HALL 33325 8th Avenue South Federal Way, WA 98003-6325 (253) 835-7000 vmwelyoffederatway. com 10. NOTICES. Any notices required to be given by any of the Parties shall be delivered at the addresses set forth below: CITY OF FEDERAL WAY: Mayor's Office 33325 8th Ave. S. Federal Way, WA 98003-6325 (253) 853-2402 (telephone) (253) 853-2409 (facsimile) j im.ferrell(-acit-yoffederalway.com FEDERAL WAY PUBLIC SCHOOLS: Superintendent 33330 8th Avenue S. Federal Way, WA 98003 (253) 945-2008 (telephone) (253) 945-2001 (facsimile) SOUTH KING FIRE: Fire Chief Fire Station 62 - Headquarters 31617 1st Ave South Federal Way WA 98003 253-839-6234 (telephone) 253-529-7204 (facsimile) dave.valkenbur southki CITY OF FEDERAL WAY: Emergency Manager - 33325 8th Ave. S. Federal Way, WA 98003-6325 (253) 853-2712 (telephone) (253) 853-2409 (facsimile) kevin. pelleypacityoffederalway. com LAKEHAVEN WATER AND SEWER DISTRICT: General Manager 31627 1st Ave S Federal Way, Washington 98003 253-946-5401 (telephone) 253-941-1516 (facsimile) VIRGINIA MASON FRANCISCAN HEALTH: Chief Operating Officer St. Francis Hospital 3415 9tn Ave S Federal Way, WA 98003 253-530-2252 (telephone) 253-124-6798 (facsimile) rory.wally(acommonspirit. [Signature page follows] 1NTERLOCAL AGREEMENT - 3 - 4/2023 CITY OF CITY HALL Fe d e ra I Way Feder 8th Avenue South 8003 Federal Way, 1nlA 98003-6325 (253) 835-7000 wimcityoifederalway con? IN WITNESS, the Parties execute this Agreement below, effective the last date written below. CITY OF FEDERAL WAY: ATTEST: Jim Ferrell, Mayor. DATE: FEDERAL WAY PUBLIC SCHOOLS: Dr. Dani Pfeiffer, Superintendent DATE: LAKEHAVEN WATER AND SEWER DISTRICT: John Bowman, General Manager DATE: SOUTH KING FIRE Dave Van Valkenburg, Fire Chief DATE: VIRGINIA MASON FRANCISCAN HEALTH: Stephanie Courtney, CMC, City Clerk DATE: APPROVED AS TO FORM: J. Ryan Call, City Attorney DATE: Dino Johnson, Chief Operating Officer, St. Anthony Hospital, Virginia Mason Franciscan Health DATE INTERLOCAL AGREEMENT - 4 - 4/2023 COUNCIL MEETING DATE: December 5, 2023 ITEM #: `-' e CITY OF FEDERAL WAY CITY COUNCIL AGENDA BILL SUBJECT: GRANICUS PROPOSAL AND MASTER LICENSE AND SERVICES AGREEMENT POLICY QUESTION: Should Council authorize the Granicus Proposal and Master License and Services Agreement for the AMANDA Platform annual support? COMMITTEE: FEDRAC CATEGORY: ® Consent ❑ Ordinance ❑ City Council Business ❑ Resolution STAFF REPORT BY: Thomas Fichtner, IT Director MEETING DATE: November 28, 2023 ❑ Public Hearing ❑ Other DEPT: Information Technology Attachments: 1. Staff Report 2. Granicus Proposal and Master License and Services Agreement Options Considered: 1. Approve the Granicus Proposal and Master License and Services Agreement. 2. Do not approve the Granicus Proposal and Master License and Services Agreement and provide direction to staff. MAYOR'S RECOMMENDATION: Option 1 MAYOR APPROVAL: 11 II l DIRECTOR APPROVAL: I �� ;il ./QIS, [ni�iallDaze COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION: I move to forward the Granicus Proposal and Master License and Services Agreement to the December 5, 2023 consent agenda for approval. f ComrrWnee Chair Co mittee Member Com i e Member PROPOSED COUNCIL MOTION: "I move approval of the Granicus Proposal aW Master License and Services Agreement, for the AMANDA Platform annual support, for a total 3-year amount not to exceed $185, 023.38. " (BELOW TO BE COMPLETED BY CITY CLERK'S OFFICE) COUNCIL ACTION: ❑ APPROVED COUNCIL BILL # ❑ DENIED First reading ❑ TABLED/DEFERRED/NO ACTION Enactment reading ❑ MOVED TO SECOND READING (ordinances only) ORDINANCE # REVISED - 4/2019 RESOLUTION # CITY OF FEDERAL WAY MEMORANDUM DATE: November 16, 2023 TO: City Council Members VIA: Jiro Ferrell, Mayor FROM: Thomas Fichtner, IT Director SUBJECT: Granicus Proposal and Master License and Services Agreement Financial Impacts: The cost to the City for the Granicus Proposal Master License and Services Agreement for the AMANDA Platform annual support is included within the approved 2023/2024 IT Operations Budget. The Agreement is for a 3-year term and costs will be $58,593.43 (2024), $61,523.08 (2025), and $64,906.87 (2026) for each respective year. Background Information: Granicus provides the City annual support for the AMANDA Platform. The AMANDA Platform is a system utilized by the Community Development and Public Works departments to track permitting for building and right-of-way projects within the City. Historically, the AMANDA annual support was paid on a year-to-year basis. However, Granicus is now requiring AMANDA annual support customers to have agreements spanning multiple years. The agreement being proposed is for a 3-year term. Rev. 7/ 18 DocuSign Envelope ID: 5EAE8CC8-D63F-4909-9A1 6-582C4EC9A1 9A G GRAN ICUS THIS IS NOT AN INVOICE Granicus Proposal for Federal Way WA ORDER DETAILS Prepared By: Marilyn Fletcher Phone: Email: marilyn.fletcher@granicus.com Order #: Q-301478 Prepared On: 14 Nov 2023 Expires On: 31 Dec 2023 ORDER TERMS Order Form Prepared for Federal Way WA Currency: USD Payment Terms: Net 30 (Payments for subscriptions are due at the beginning of the period of performance.) Period of Performance: 01 Jan 2024 - 31 Dec 2026 Order #: Q-301478 Prepared: 14 Nov 2023 Page 1 of 6 DocuSign Envelope ID: 5EAE8CC8-D63F-4909-9A16-582C4EC9A19A GRANICUS PRICING SUMMARY Order Form Federal Way WA The pricing and terms within this Proposal are specific to the products and volumes contained within this Proposal. Renewing Subscription Fees Solution Billing Quantity/Unit Annual Fee Frequency AMANDA Concurrent User License Annual 32 Each $16,173.44 Maintenance AMANDA Batch Scheduler Module Annual 1 Each $3,000.00 Maintenance Annual 1 Each $3,376.17 AMANDA Conditions Management Module Maintenance AMANDA Enhanced Inspection Deficiency Annual 1 Each $3,855.65 Module Maintenance AMANDA Enterprise Authentication Annual 1 Each $1,285.22 Adaptor Maintenance AMANDA IVR Gateway Module Annual 1 Each $3,320.29 Maintenance AMANDA Permit Module Maintenance Annual 1 Each $5,312.48 AMANDA Web Services Module Annual 1 Each $6,851.43 Maintenance Amanda Legacy Extended Support Annual 1 Each $10,043.69 SUBTOTAL $53,21 t .37 Order #: Q-301478 Prepared: 14 Nov 2023 Page 2 of 6 DocuSign Envelope ID: 5EAE8CC8-D63F-4909-9A16-582C4EC9A19A GRANICUS FUTURE YEAR PRICING Order Form Federal Way WA Period of Performance Solution(s) qftiis- 01 Jon 2025 - 31 Dec 2025 01 Jon 2026 - 31 Dec 2026 AMANDA Concurrent User License Maintenance $16,982.11 $17,916.13 AMANDA Batch Scheduler Module Maintenance $3,150.00 $3,323.25 AMANDA Conditions Management Module $3,544.98 $3,739.95 Maintenance AMANDA Enhanced Inspection Deficiency $4,048.43 $4,271.10 Module Maintenance AMANDA Enterprise Authentication Adaptor $1,349.48 $1,423.70 Maintenance AMANDA IVR Gateway Module Maintenance $3,486.30 $3,678.05 AMANDA Permit Module Maintenance $5,578.10 $5,884.90 AMANDA Web Services Module Maintenance $7,194.00 $7,589.67 Amanda Legacy Extended Support $10,545.87 $11,125.90 SUBTOTAL: $55,879.27 $58,952.65 Order #: Q-301478 Prepared: 14 Nov 2023 Page 3 of 6 DocuSign Envelope ID: 5EAE8CC8-D63F-4909-9A16-582C4EC9A19A GRANICUS PRODUCT DESCRIPTIONS Order Form Federal Way WA BMW= Descrh`= AMANDA Concurrent User User license for accessing Amanda Platform. License Maintenance AMANDA Batch Scheduler Scheduler to execute batch jobs including business logic and reports. Module Maintenance AMANDA Conditions Property based Conditions tracking and enforcement in Permits. Management Module Maintenance AMANDA Enhanced Inspection Manage Code Books that govern inspections Deficiency Module Maintenance AMANDA Enterprise Single Sign -On features for backoffice users Authentication Adaptor Maintenance AMANDA IVR Gateway Module Adaptor to connect to external IVR systems. Maintenance AMANDA Permit Module Case Management capabilities for Permitting cases. Maintenance AMANDA Web Services Module Webservices APIs to build system integrations. Maintenance Order #: Q-301478 Prepared: 14 Nov 2023 Page 4 of 6 DocuSign Envelope ID: 5EAE8CC8-D63F-4909-9A16-582C4EC9A19A G GRANICUS Order Form Federal Way WA TERMS & CONDITIONS • This quote, and all products and services delivered hereunder are governed by the terms located at Exhibit A attached hereto, including any product -specific terms included therein (the "Master License and Services Agreement"). • If submitting a Purchase Order, please include the following language: The pricing, terms and conditions of quote Q-301478 dated 14 Nov 2023 are incorporated into this Purchase Order by reference and shall take precedence over any terms and conditions included in this Purchase Order. • This quote is exclusive of applicable state, local, and federal taxes, which, if any, will be included in the invoice is. the responsibility of Federal Way WA to provide applicable exemption certificate(s). • Any lapse in payment may result in suspension of service and will require the payment of a setup fee to reinstate the subscription. Order #: Q-301478 Prepared: 14 Nov 2023 Page 5 of 6 DocuSign Envelope ID: 5EAE8CC8-D63F-4909-9A1 6-582C4EC9A1 9A GGRAN ICUS BILLING INFORMATION Billing Contact. o11111IV O-LUUNW33. Billing Email: Order Form Federal Way WA Purchase Order [ ]-No wired? [ ] - Yes PO Number: If PO required Billing Phone: __ If submitting a Purchase Order, please include the following language: The pricing, terms, and conditions of quote Q-301478 dated 14 Nov 2023 are incorporated into this Purchase Order by reference and shall take precedence over any terms and conditions included in this Purchase Order. AGREEMENT AND ACCEPTANCE By signing this document, the undersigned certifies they have authority to enter the agreement. The undersigned also understands the services and terms. Federal Way WA Sic Nc Titl Dc Granicus, LLC ;Signature: —Docuftned by: yast fn.let�r x =9A3COZ8GF 5949E iKimberly Rosenberger contracts Manager !Date: 11/16/2023 Order #: Q-301478 Prepared: 14 Nov 2023 Page 6 of 6 DocuSign Envelope ID: 5EAE8CC8-D63F-4909-9A16-582C4EC9A19A The Master License and Services Agreement (the "MLSA") is the governing document for the entire relationship in the event of a Purchaser's entry into an Order. The MLSA is the agreement between the parties of the terms that will govern future Orders. An Order is the mechanism by which the parties agree to a single transaction/purchase of services or scope of work, and any specific or special terms or information related to such. The MLSA allows the parties to more quickly negotiate future Orders because they can rely on the strong foundation of the MLSA for future business, so that the same terms need not be repetitively negotiated, and the parties need only negotiate terms specific to each Order. The MLSA specifies terms that will be consistent across all Orders, such as product warranties, intellectual property ownership, dispute resolution, and the like. Each provision of software and services is negotiated in an Order, and will contain project -specific information to specify the specific provision of software and/or services, schedule, price, and the like. The MLSA is not the same as an Order. The MLSA does not control the specifics such as hours or the amount of payment. It does not address specific projects or jobs. If there is a conflict between the terms of the MLSA, the Orders, and the Exhibits, the documents will govern in the following order: (1) the Order, as to any matter that the MLSA expressly permits to be controlled by a term of the Order, (2) the Exhibits, and (3) the MLSA. GRAN ICUS Exhibit A MASTER LICENSE AND SERVICES AGREEMENT This Master License and Services Agreement ("MLSA") is effective as of January 1, 2024 ("Effective Date") and is between the Granicus entity defined in Section 1 below ("Granicus") and the government office, agency or other entity identified in an Order (as defined below) as the purchaser (the "Purchaser"). TERMS AND CONDITIONS 1. DEFINED TERMS The following words, when capitalized, have the meaning stated: Agreement means, collectively, this MLSA, the Order(s), and any addenda, appendix, or exhibit attached to any of them, as any of them may be amended pursuant to Section 18.4 (Amendments). Granicus means: (i) if Purchaser is domiciled in the United States of America or any country other than Canada, Granicus LLC, a Minnesota Limited Liability Company, or (ii) if Purchaser is domiciled in Canada, Granicus Canada Holdings, ULC, a British Columbia Unlimited Liability Company. DocuSign Envelope ID: 5EAE8CC8-D63F-4909-9A16-582C4EC9A19A Deliverable means any work product to be delivered to Purchaser pursuant to an Order for Professional Services, as expressly identified as a "Deliverable" in the applicable Order, provided that the term "Deliverable" shall never include the Software and any modifications, enhancements, or upgrades thereto, or derivative works therefrom. Delivery Date means, with respect to Purchaser Controlled Software, the date on which Granicus makes the Software and enabling information available on Granicus' internet-accessible download site. Documentation means any commercially available, general release version of any user manuals, administration guides, installation guides, specifications, configuration guides, or reference architectures for the Products, whether in print or digital form, issued by Granicus. The term "Documentation" does not include any FAQ whitepapers, or marketing materials. Enhancement means general release functional enhancements to the Software that Granicus includes as part of its standard Software license offering without additional charge. Go -Live Date means the date that the Software is accessible or useable in a production environment. High -Risk Use means any use of the Software where any failure or fault of any kind (including any delay or error) may result in death, personal injury, or severe physical or environmental damage, such as the operation of aircraft or other modes of human mass transportation air traffic control systems, nuclear or chemical facilities, life support systems, medical equipment or devices, motor vehicles, and weaponry systems. Hosted Software Services means Granicus' provision of remote access via the Internetto a dedicated instance of the Software hosted by Granicus, and Support for that dedicated instance. Intellectual Property means any right recognized as intellectual property in any jurisdiction worldwide or any information or materials eligible for recognition as intellectual property with the passage of time, filing of an application, or other event. Examples of Intellectual Property include copyrights, trade secrets, patents, trademarks, service marks, trade names, trade dress, moral rights, the right to make a governmental application to register or issue any of them, and the right to prosecute an infringement action in respect of any of them. Maintenance means Updates and Enhancements provided to Purchaser as part of a subscription for Hosted Services or as part of an Order for Support. Malware means viruses, spyware, adware, or other unauthorized code or information that is designed to interrupt the normal use of the Software or the systems on which any part of the Software is installed, destroy or corrupt any data, or covertly transmit information regarding Purchaser or the Users to a third -party. Personal Data means any information about an identified or identifiable natural person that Purchasers, Purchaser Users or Public Users provide to Granicus for storage or processing in connection with Services. Product means, collectively, the Software, Support, and Hosted Software Services offered by Granicus on a general release basis, and purchased by Purchaser under an Order. Professional Services means certain implementation, configuration or customization services relating to the Software provided by Granicus to Purchaser pursuant to the Agreement. "Professional Services" does not include Support. Purchaser Controlled Software means Software licensed to Purchaser for installation on hardware owned or controlled by Purchaser (which control may be effectuated through a contract with a third party hosting vendor or service), in accordance with the applicable Order. Purchaser Information means all information, data or other materials that Purchaser or Users provide to Granicus for storage or processing in connection with Services, including Personal Data. DocuSign Envelope ID: 5EAE8CC8-D63F-4909-9A1 6-582C4EC9A1 9A Purchaser Third -Party Technology means any hardware, peripherals, components, devices, equipment, software, or other technology that Purchaser uses in connection with the Software that is not provided to Purchaser by Granicus. Purchaser Third -Party Technology includes technology that Granicus offers as a license reseller for the third party, but that is covered by a separate end user license agreement between the third -party licensor and the Purchaser. Public Users means the members of the public with whom Purchaser is authorized to interact under applicable statutes, regulations, or other government authorization, such as individuals or businesses seeking permits or licenses. Purchaser Users means Purchaser's personnel authorized by Purchaser to use the Software. Service or Services means, collectively, Support, Hosted Software Services, Professional Services, and any other services provided by Granicus to Purchaser pursuant to an Order. Service Commencement Date means the date on which Granicus has completed implementation and enabled Purchaser's remote administrative access to the deployed Hosted Software Services. Software means the generally -available commercial release version of the Granicus software identified on a Purchaser's Order, as such software may be updated from time to time by Granicus. "Software" does not include Purchaser Third -Party Technology, but notwithstanding anything to the contrary in this Agreement, the term "Software" will be interpreted to include third party technology that Granicus embeds or integrates into the generally -available commercial release version of the Granicus software identified on a Purchaser's Order. For clarity, the term "Software" also includes all of the following: (i) Updates, Enhancements, and other modifications to the applicable Granicus software; (ii) any application programming interface or other control plane, dashboard, or other interface for the applicable Granicus software; (iii) any online portal for the management of Purchaser's account for the applicable Granicus software; and (iv) any analytics or other tools provided by Granicus for use with the Software or Services. Support means technical assistance and Maintenance provided pursuant to Exhibit B, Support Terms. Update means bug fixes, error corrections, and minor changes to the Software. Users means, collectively, Public Users and Purchaser Users. 2. ORDERS 2.1. General. Purchaser and Granicusmuenter into one or more mutually -executed orders, statements of work, service orders, or other transaction documents under this MLSA pursuant to which Purchaser will purchase Granicus software licenses and related services (each, an "Order"). Except as specified in an Order, nothing in this MLSA obligates Purchaser to purchase, or Granicus to provide, any licenses or services. Each Order is subject to the terms, conditions, and restrictions stated in this MLSA. 2.2. Order for Professional Services. If an Order is entered into that contemplates the provision of Professional Services, such Order will include, at a minimum, the following: (i) the name and contact information for Granicus' designated project manager; (ii) the name and contact information for Purchaser's designated project manager; (iii) a description of the services to be performed by Granicus; (iv) an identification of the Deliverables; (v) the fixed -price or time and material fees for the Professional Services; (vi) the start date, expected delivery dates for Deliverables, dates for any other milestones and the anticipated end date for the Professional Services ("Schedule"); (vii) Purchaser's obligations and other requirements necessary for completion of the Professional Services; (viii) acceptance criteria and testing plans (if applicable) for Deliverables relating to fixed -price Services ("Acceptance Criteria"); and (ix) any other special terms that apply to the Statement of Work. 2.2.1. Change Orders. Purchaser may request changes to any Order for Professional Services by providing a written request to Granicus. Upon such request, the parties shall negotiate in good faith on a change order to 3 DocuSign Envelope ID: 5EAE8CC8-D63F-4909-9A16-582C4EC9A19A incorporate any changes requested and any appropriate changes to the Order for Professional Services, including any appropriate changes to the schedule for performance or fees (each, a "Change Order"). No Change Order will be binding unless it has been accepted in writing by both parties. For significant change requests, Granicus may require Purchaser to pay Granicus' hourly time and materials rate for time spent to evaluate the request and create a scope of work, provided that Granicus must obtain Purchaser's written agreement prior to charging any fees for evaluation and scoping services. 2.3. No Other Software or Services. Granicus has no obligation to provide software or services to Purchaser other than the Software and Services described in an Order. Any software or services provided by Granicus to Purchaser other than the Software and Services described on an Order are provided AS IS and AS AVAILABLE with no representation or warranty whatsoever. 3. SOFTWARE LICENSE 3.1. License. Subject to Purchaser's full compliance with the terms of the Agreement, Granicus hereby grants Purchaser a limited, non-exclusive, non -transferable license to use the Software described in the applicable Order for permitting, regulatory compliance, docket management, licensing, information requests, and other government activities that the Purchaser is authorized by law to provide. 3.1.1. License Type. Unless the Order expressly states that the license granted with respect to any Software is perpetual, Purchaser's license for all Software is a subscription license. 3.1.2. Restrictions on Users. Except as expressly authorized in the Agreement, Purchaser may not allow any person to use the Software other than: (i) Public Users, and (ii) Purchaser Users, each subject to the terms of the Agreement. Purchaser is responsible for the use of the Software in violation of the Agreement by any person that Purchaser has authorized or allowed to use the Software. 3.1.3. General Restrictions. Purchaser may not: (i) use the Software for any High -Risk Use, (ii) reproduce, modify, translate or adapt the Software or create any derivative works of the Software, (iii) reverse engineer, decode, disassemble, or de -compile the Software or otherwise attempt to access or derive the source code or architectural framework of the Software, (iv) remove any copyright, trademark, or other proprietary notices that appear on or with the Software, (v) use, or permit any person to use, the Software for the purpose of benchmarking or developing a competing software program or service, (vi) rent, lease, lend, sell or sublicense the Software or otherwise provide access to the Software as part of a service bureau or similar fee -for -service purpose, or (vii) use or transfer the Software in violation of any applicable law or regulation, such as export control laws and regulations. 3.1.4. Territory Restrictions. Purchaser may only authorize Public Users to use the Software with respect to activities subject to or related to Purchaser's jurisdiction. Purchaser may permit Purchaser Users to use the Software from Purchaser's offices in Purchaser's jurisdiction, or remotely from the Purchaser User's home or other location, subject to applicable export control laws and regulations. 3.2. Evaluation License. If Purchaser has been provided the Software for use on a "test," "evaluation," "lab," "NFR," "proof of concept," "temporary," or similar basis (an "Evaluation License"), then Purchaser's license term is as stated in the Evaluation License, or if no term is stated, 30 days from the day the Software is provided to Purchaser for installation, and Purchaser may use the Software only in a non -production environment for the purpose of evaluating the Software for a production license. Additionally, any Software provided under an Evaluation License is ineligible for any maintenance or support from Granicus during the term of the Evaluation License. 3.3. License Metric. 3.3.1. Per User. If the Software is licensed on a per -user basis, then Purchaser must pay a license fee for each individual who has access to the administrative features of the Software (each a "Seat"). A seat may not be 4 DocuSign Envelope ID: 5EAE8CC8-D63F-4909-9A16-582C4EC9A19A used by more than one individual. A seat may be transferred from one individual user to another provided that the transfer is intended to be a permanent transfer and not a means of sharing a single seat. Purchaser must require each individual to establish a unique log in name and password. 3.3.2. Concurrent Users. If the Software is licensed on a concurrent user basis, then Purchaser must pay a license fee for each user wishing to access the Software on a simultaneous basis. 4. SERVICES AND SUPPORT 4.1. Professional Services. If an Order is entered into that contemplates the provision of Professional Services: 4.1.1. Acceptance Testing. Granicus shall provide each Deliverable to Purchaser for testing pursuant to the Acceptance Criteria. If the applicable Order for Professional Services does not specify any such testing procedure, the testing procedure in this Section 4.1.1 will apply. Upon Granicus' completion of a Deliverable, Granicus shall provide the Deliverable to Purchaser for testing. If Purchaser determines that a Deliverable fails to conform in any material manner to the Acceptance Criteria, Purchaser shall give Granicus written notice of such non-conformance, specifying in detail the manner of non-conformance ("Notice of Deficiency"), within five (5) days after Granicus provides the Deliverable to Purchaser for testing ("Testing Period"). If (i) the Testing Period for a Deliverable concludes without Purchaser giving a Notice of Deficiency to Granicus, or (ii) Purchaser puts any Deliverable "into production" (i.e. makes the Deliverable available for use in its own production environment), then the Deliverable will be deemed accepted by Purchaser. In the event Purchaser issues a Notice of Deficiency within the Testing Period, Granicus shall use commercially reasonable efforts to resolve any non-conformance identified in the Notice of Deficiency and resubmit the Deliverable to Purchaser for testing pursuant to this Section 4.1.1. If the applicable Order for Professional Services does not specify any Acceptance Criteria, each Deliverable shall be deemed accepted unless Purchaser provides Granicus with written notice that such Deliverable materially fails to meet the specifications for such Deliverable set forth in the Order for Professional Services within five (5) days after Granicus provides such Deliverable to Purchaser, in which case such Deliverable will be subject to the testing procedure set forth in this Section 4.1.1. 4.1.2. Purchaser's General Obligations. Purchaser must provide all of the resources and perform all of the tasks assigned to it as described in any Order for Professional Services. Purchaser acknowledges that its failure to meet its obligations under such an Order, or to otherwise provide all reasonable cooperation in connection with Granicus' performance of the Professional Services, may result in delays and changes to the Schedule, a reduction in the functionality of any Deliverables, and increases in the fees for such Professional Services. If Granicus provides onsite Professional Services, Purchaser must provide a safe and suitable facility for the performance of the Services, including facilities that comply with applicable laws, regulations and industry standards for health, safety, and security. Purchaser must backup all software configurations and data that Granicus personnel will access as part of the Professional Services before Granicus begins the Professional Services and store the backup on a separate environment. 4.1.3. Policies. Granicus shall ensure that its personnel, while visiting Purchaser's facilities or accessing Purchaser's network or other information systems, comply with Purchaser's reasonable, then -current health, safety and security policies and procedures and other rules and regulations applicable to Purchaser's personnel at those facilities or accessing such network or other information systems that have been communicated to Granicus in advance. 4.2. Hosted Software Services. If an Order is entered into that contemplates the provision of Hosted Software Services, Granicus will install the applicable Software on computing infrastructure managed by a third -party (the "Third -Party Infrastructure"), which may be accessed remotely via the Internet using technology provided or approved in advance by Granicus or the provider of such Third -Party Infrastructure. 4.2.1. Third -Party Infrastructure. Separate legal terms identified in the Order may govern Purchaser's use of the Third -Party Infrastructure, including the Third -Party Infrastructure provider's acceptable use policy. Granicus DocuSign Envelope ID: 5EAE8CC8-D63F-4909-9A1 6-582C4EC9A1 9A makes no availability or other service level commitments for the Third -Party Infrastructure, except that it will use commercially reasonable efforts to obtain any credit that may be due under the terms of the agreement between Granicus and such Third -Party Infrastructure provider, if any, and will pass through any credit received by Granicus to Purchaser. The pass -through commitment stated in this Section 4.2.1 constitutes Purchaser's sole and exclusive remedies, and Granicus' sole and exclusive obligations, for any unavailability of the Third -Parry Infrastructure. 4.3. Support. Granicus will provide Support for the Software in accordance with the terms stated in the applicable Order and in Exhibit B. 5. PURCHASER GENERAL OBLIGATIONS 5.1. Security. Purchaser must use reasonable security in connection with its use of the Software and Services, such as requiring users to establish reasonably complex passwords, and using commercially available Malware scanning on its own systems. The Software is designed to be configurable to Purchaser's specifications. Purchaser is responsible for determining if the Software configuration chosen by Purchaser meets its security requirements. 5.2. Account Contacts and Access Control Lists. Purchaser shall update its account contacts and access control lists so that they remain accurate at all times. Purchaser acknowledges that Granicus may act on the instructions of an individual who is designated by Purchaser as having the authority to give the instruction in the Purchaser Support Portal until Purchaser has removed the individual from that role using the means provided via the Support Portal. 5.3. Compliance with Law. Purchaser must use all Granicus software, services, technology or materials, including the Software and the Services (the "Granicus Technology") in compliance with all applicable laws, rules, and regulations, including: 5.3.1. Privacy Laws. Purchaser represents and warrants that it has given all required notices and obtained all necessary consents for Granicus' use and disclosure of the Purchaser Information as required or permitted by the Agreement. 5.3.2. Export Control Laws. Purchaser may not permit any person to access or use the Granicus Technology in a U.S. or Canadian -embargoed country or in violation of any U.S., Canadian or other applicable export control law or regulation, or in a manner that causes Granicus to be in violation of such laws or regulations, even if the use is permitted by the laws applicable to Purchaser or Users. Each party represents that it is not on any restricted persons'list maintained by the U.S., Canada, or any member of the European Union. 5.4. Specially Regulated Data. Purchaser may not use the Software or Services to process any protected personal health information subject to U.S. "HIPAA" or "PIPEDA" regulations, any payment card data, or any other data subject to a special regulatory or industry security requirement or specification. 6. FEES 6.1. Fees. Purchaser shall pay Granicus or the party designated in the Order the fees set forth in each applicable Order. Fees are non-refundable except as expressly stated otherwise in the Agreement. 6.2. Expenses. With respect to any Order that is entered into that contemplates the provision of Professional Services, Purchaser shall reimburse Granicus for its reasonable air and ground transportation; lodging, meals, and reasonable incidentals (such as fees for Wi-Fi connections) incurred in performance of the Professional Services. Granicus will provide receipts or other reasonably, customary evidence to support its expense invoices. 6.3. Taxes. All fees stated in the Agreement are exclusive of any sales, value added, use, excise, goods and services, import/export duties and levies, and like transactions taxes ("Sales Tax"). Purchaser is solely responsible for paying DocuSign Envelope ID: 5EAE8CC8-D63F-4909-9A1 6-582C4EC9A1 9A all applicable Sales Tax. If Granicus has the legal obligation to collect any Sales Tax, Purchaser shall reimburse Granicus upon invoice. If applicable law requires Purchaser to withhold any taxes from its payments to Granicus, Purchaser shall promptly provide documentation of the withholding as reasonably requested by Granicus, including documentation necessary to support Granicus' claim for any foreign tax withholding credit, and take reasonable steps to minimize such payments. 6.4. Payments. Fees are due thirty (30) days from invoice date. Fees must be paid in U.S. Dollars unless (i) Purchaser is domiciled in Canada, in which case fees must be paid in Canadian Dollars or (ii) another currency is stated in the Order. Unless otherwise agreed, Purchaser must establish and maintain authorizations necessary for Granicus to collect its invoices via ACH. Granicus may charge interest on overdue amounts at the lesser of 1.5% per month or the highest rate permitted under applicable law. If any payment is more than fifteen (15) days past due, Granicus may suspend all or any part of the Services, begin legal collection efforts, or both. Granicus may charge Purchaser a reasonable fee to reinstate its Services after a suspension. Purchaser shall be liable to Granicus for Granicus' reasonable expense of collection, including court costs and attorneys' fees. 7. WARRANTY AND DISCLAIMERS 7.1. Software Warranty. Unless otherwise stated in the applicable Order, Granicus warrants that (i) Granicus shall use commercially reasonable efforts to avoid introducing Malware to the Software or the systems on which the Software is installed, and (ii) for ninety (90) days from the Go -Live Date, the general release version of the Software initially provided to the Purchaser will conform to the applicable Documentation in all material respects. The warranty period shall not be extended or renewed by the provision of any Support. As Purchaser's sole and exclusive remedies, and Granicus' sole and exclusive obligations, for a breach of the warranty stated in this Section 7.1. Granicus will repair or replace the non -conforming element of the Software, provided that if repair or replacement is not commercially feasible, then Granicus may terminate the applicable Order and refund any related license fees paid by the Purchaser to Granicus. Asa condition to the warranty remedy stated in this Section 7.1, Purchaser must: (a) give notice to Granicus of the warranty breach during the warranty period or within 30 days after the end of the warranty period; and (b) cooperate with Granicus' reasonable requests for information and assistance, including information necessary to reproduce the defect. The warranty does not apply to the extent a non -conformity is due to: (1) the Purchaser's failure to comply with the installation, operation, environmental, and other requirements or specifications stated in the Agreement or the Documentation; (2) fire, flood, or other casualty; (3) any configuration or implementation of the Software deviating from the guidance or specifications set forth in the applicable Documentation implemented by the Purchaser or implemented by Granicus at Purchaser's request; or (4) the interoperation between the general release version of the Software and any custom modules or Purchaser Third - Party Technology. 7.2. Services Warranty. Granicus warrants that it will provide Services in a professional manner through appropriately trained personnel, using generally -accepted industry standards and practices. As Purchaser's sole and exclusive remedies, and Granicus' sole and exclusive obligations, for a breach of the warranty stated in this Section 7.2, Granicus will correct or re -perform the deficient Services, provided that if correction or re -performance is not commercially feasible, then Granicus may terminate the applicable Order and refund any fees paid by the Purchaser to Granicus for the applicable Service. As a condition to the warranty remedy stated in this Section 7.2, Purchaser must: (a) give notice to Granicus of the warranty breach within 30 days after completion of the applicable portion of the Services; and (b) cooperate with Granicus' reasonable requests for information and assistance. The warranty does not apply to the extent any non -conformity arises from: (i) any specifications, code, diagnostic or other tools, or any other materials provided by Purchaser; (ii) the integration, operation, modification, or use of the Services in any manner not explicitly authorized by Granicus, and (iii) any changes to the network environment after the Services were rendered. 7.3. Foreign Corrupt Practices Act. Each party represents, warrants and covenants that: (i) in connection with the Agreement, it has not and will not make any payments or gifts or any offers or promises of payments or gifts of any kind, directly or indirectly, to any official of any government or any agency or instrumentality thereof; and (ii) it shall comply in all material respects with the U.S. Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, the Canadian Corruption of Foreign DocuSign Envelope ID: 5EAE8CC8-D63F-4909-9A1 6-582C4EC9A1 9A Public Officials Act, and any other applicable law or regulation relating to anti -corruption or transactions with foreign nationals. 7.4. Disclaimers. ALL PRODUCTS AND SERVICES PROVIDED BY GRANICUS UNDER THE AGREEMENT ARE PROVIDED "AS IS" AND "WITH ALL FAULTS." TO THE MAXIMUM EXTENT PERMITTED BY LAW, GRANICUS EXPRESSLY DISCLAIMS ALL WARRANTIES AND REPRESENTATIONS OF ANY KIND (EXCEPT AS SET FORTH IN SECTION 7), EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING: (i) THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY, FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE OR NON -INFRINGEMENT; (ii) ANY WARRANTY ARISING FROM STATUTE, COURSE OF DEALING, USAGE OF TRADE OR OTHERWISE; AND (iii) ANY WARRANTY WITH RESPECT TO THE QUALITY, ACCURACY, CURRENCY OR COMPLETENESS OF THE PRODUCTS AND SERVICES PROVIDED UNDER THE AGREEMENT, OR THAT USE OF SUCH PRODUCTS AND SERVICES WILL BE ERROR -FREE, UNINTERRUPTED, FREE FROM OTHER FAILURES OR WILL MEETTHE REQUIREMENTS OF CUSTOMER OR ITS USERS. 7.5. No High -Risk Use. THE PRODUCTS AND SERVICES PROVIDED UNDER THE AGREEMENT ARE NOT FAULT -TOLERANT OR DESIGNED OR SUITABLE FOR HIGH -RISK USE. USE OF ANY SUCH PRODUCTS OR SERVICES IN CONNECTION WITH ANY HIGH -RISK USE IS STRICTLY PROHIBITED, AND PURCHASER AND USERS BEAR SOLE RESPONSIBILITY FOR ANY OF THEIR HIGH -RISK USE. 8. UNSUPPORTED SOFTWARE AND SERVICES; PRE-RELEASE TECHNOLOGY 8.1. Unsupported Software and Services. If Purchaser requests a non-standard configuration or implementation of that Software or Services, Granicus may designate such Software or Services as "non-standard," "unsupported," or a similar designation (collectively "Unsupported" Software or Services). Unsupported Software and Services are not covered by warranties, service level agreements, security commitments, maintenance or support commitments, or indemnities, and may not be used to process or store Personal Data. Unsupported Software and Services are provided AS IS, AS AVAILABLE and WITH ALL FAULTS, with no representation or warranty whatsoever. Granicus expressly disclaims all liability for any loss or damage arising from Purchaser's use of any Unsupported Software or Services. 8.2. Pre -Release Technology. Granicus may invite Purchaser to use services or functionality which are designated as test, beta, pilot, limited release, developer preview, non -production, evaluation, or other similar description ("Pre - Release Technology"). Pre -Release Technology shall be considered Unsupported Software or Services. Granicus may discontinue Pre -Release Technology at any time in its sole discretion and delete all Purchaser Information associated with the Pre -Release Technology. 9. INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY 9.1. Purchaser IP. Purchaser retains all right, title, and interest in and to the Purchaser Information and all related Intellectual Property, including the content of reports and other output generated by Purchaser by using the Software or Services, and any modifications to the Purchaser Information that result from the use of the Software or Services. Granicus may use Purchaser Information solely for the purpose of providing Software and Services in accordance with the Agreement. 9.2. Deliverables 9.2.1.Ownership. Each Deliverable shall be deemed specially commissioned by Purchaser and considered "work made for hire" as that term is defined in the United States Copyright Act. The parties agree that Purchaser is and shall be considered the author of each Deliverable and shall at all times be the sole owner of all rights, title and interest (including all Intellectual Property) in and to all Deliverables. If and to the extent that any jurisdiction fails to deem any Deliverable a work made for hire owned by Purchaser, then Granicus hereby irrevocably assigns to Purchaser all rights, title and interest (including all Intellectual Property) in and to such Deliverable. To the extent that any of Granicus' rights in any Deliverable, including any moral rights or similar DocuSign Envelope ID: 5EAE8CC8-D63F-4909-9A16-582C4EC9A19A rights, are not capable of assignment under applicable law, Granicus hereby irrevocably and unconditionally waives all enforcement of such rights against Purchaser. 9.2.2. Granicus-Owned Materials. Notwithstanding Section 9.2.1, Purchaser acknowledges and agrees that Deliverables may include Granicus-Owned Materials. "Granicus-Owned Materials" means, with respect to any Order for Professional Services, any Intellectual Property that: (i) Granicus owned prior to the effective date of such Order for Professional Services; (ii) Granicus creates or acquires, or is created on behalf of Granicus, independent from any Professional Services under the applicable Order for Professional Services; (iii) Granicus creates or acquires, or is created on behalf of Granicus, in connection with Professional Services that consists of general-purpose code, tools, libraries, modules, designs, scripts, templates, program listings, processes, interfaces, methodologies or frameworks not created based upon any specific, proprietary specifications provided by Purchaser; and (iv) any modification, improvement, adaptation, translation or derivative work based upon any materials covered by the preceding clause (i), (ii) or (iii). Granicus retains sole ownership of all rights, title and interest in and to all Granicus-Owned Materials (including all Intellectual Property therein). To the extent that any Deliverables incorporate any Granicus-Owned Materials, Granicus hereby grants to Purchaser a perpetual, worldwide, non-exclusive, royalty -free license to install, use, modify and reproduce such Granicus-Owned Materials as part of such Deliverables, but only for the internal business purposes of the Purchaser for permitting, regulatory compliance, docket management, licensing, information requests, and other government activities that Purchaser is authorized by law to provide. 9.3. Granicus IP. Except as expressly set forth in Section 9.2, Purchaser acknowledges and agrees that Granicus and its licensors own all right, title and interest (including all Intellectual Property) in and to the Software and Services and any modifications, customizations, enhancements, or upgrades thereto, and derivative works therefrom. 9.4. Feedback. If Purchaser elects to provide or make available to Granicus any suggestions, comments, ideas, improvements or other feedback relating to the any of Granicus' existing or proposed products or services ("Feedback"), Purchaser hereby grants Granicus and its service providers a perpetual, irrevocable, worldwide, royalty -free, fully -paid -up, non-exclusive, sublicensable, transferable license to use, reproduce, modify, adapt, create derivative works from, publicly perform, publicly display, distribute, make and have made Feedback (in any form and any medium) for any purpose, without credit or compensation to Purchaser. 9.5. Publicity; Use of Marks. Unless otherwise agreed in the Order, Purchaser agrees that Granicus may publicly disclose that it is providing Software and Services to Purchaser and may use Purchaser's name and logo to identify Purchaser in promotional materials, provided that Granicus does not state or imply that Purchaser endorses Granicus' products or services. 9.6. General Reservation of Rights. Except for the rights and licenses expressly granted in the Agreement, each party retains all right, title, and interest in and to its information and technology and all related Intellectual Property. The parties agree that no license may arise by estoppel or course of conduct. 9.7. Restricted Rights Notices. This Section 9.7 applies to access to or use of the Software by a branch or agency of the United States Government. The Software and Documentation consist of "commercial computer software" and "commercial computer software documentation" as such terms are used in 48 C.F.R. 12.212 and qualifies as "commercial items" as defined in 48 C.F.R. 2.101. The Software and Documentation are provided to the United States Government: (i) for acquisition by or on behalf of civilian agencies, consistent with the policy set forth in 48 C.F.R. 12.212; or (ii) for acquisition by or on behalf of units of the Department of Defense, consistent with the policies set forth in 48 C.F.R. 227.7202-1 and 227.7202-3. The United States Government shall acquire only those rights set forth in the Agreement with respect to the Software and Documentation, and any access to or use of the Software or Documentation by the United States Government constitutes: (a) agreement by the United States Government that that the Software and Documentation are "commercial computer software" and "commercial computer software documentation" as defined in this Section 9.7; and (b) acceptance of the rights and obligations herein. 0 DocuSign Envelope ID: 5EAE8CC8-D63F-4909-9A16-582C4EC9A19A 10. PURCHASER THIRD -PARTY TECHNOLOGY 10.1. Disclaimers. The Software or Services may be used with Purchaser Third -Party Technology. Purchaser Third -Party Technology is used, acquired, or licensed by Purchaser on separate terms between the Purchaser and the third - party. Purchaser Third -Party Technology is not "Software" or "Services" under the Agreement and is Unsupported as provided in Section 8. Subject to the express warranty in Section 7 any use of Purchaser Third -Party Technology and any technical assistance provided by Granicus in connection with the interoperation of Purchaser Third -Party Technology with the Software and Services is provided AS IS and AS AVAILABLE. 10.2.Purchaser-Provided Licenses. If Purchaser uses any Purchaser Third -Party Technology for use in connection with the Software or Services, Purchaser represents and warrants to Granicus that Purchaser has secured all necessary rights for Granicus to use such Purchaser Third -Party Technology. 10.3. Referrals to Third -Party Service Providers. As a convenience to Purchaser, Granicus may identify unaffiliated third parties who perform technology management, migration, or other services useful to Purchaser. Granicus does not endorse any third party, and makes no representation or warranty whatsoever regardingthird parties it identifies for Purchaser's consideration. Purchaser is solely responsible for investigating the third party's qualifications and skills. 11. CONFIDENTIAL INFORMATION 11.1.Defined. "Confidential Information" means information disclosed by a party or its affiliates (the "Discloser"), to the other party or its affiliates (the "Recipient"), identified in good faith by the Discloser as being confidential or proprietary, or information that, under the circumstances, should reasonably be understood to be confidential or proprietary, regardless of the form or manner in which it is disclosed, and regardless of whether the information is marked or designated as confidential. Confidential Information shall include the terms and conditions of the Agreement, the source code and architectural framework of the Software, API specifications, data files and structures, information relating to future releases of the Software and pricing information and business plans provided by either party. 11.2.Use and Disclosure of Confidential Information. Recipient may not disclose Discloser's Confidential Information except to Recipient's employees, and to third parties who need to know the information to perform Recipient's obligations or exercise Recipient's rights under the Agreement, provided that all such employees and third -party recipients must be bound by written confidentiality obligations covering the Confidential Information that are no less stringent than those stated in the Agreement. Recipient shall not use the Confidential Information except as necessary to the performance of its obligations or the exercise of its rights under the Agreement. Recipient will use no less than reasonable care to protect the Confidential Information from unauthorized use and disclosure. Recipient shall return or destroy the Confidential Information upon expiration or termination of the Agreement or upon Discloser' earlier request, provided that Recipient may retain the Confidential Information as part of its reasonable and customary records retention policies. Recipient is responsible for a breach of this Section 11 by its agents or representatives. 11.3.Exceptions to Confidentiality Obligations. Recipient's obligations of confidentiality and limited use under the Agreement shall not apply to Confidential Information that: (i) can be demonstrated to have been publicly known at the time of Discloser's disclosure of such Confidential Information to Recipient; (ii) becomes part of the public domain or publicly known, by publication or otherwise, not due to any unauthorized act or omission by Recipient; (iii) can be demonstrated to have been independently developed or acquired by Recipient without reference to or reliance upon such Confidential Information; (iv) is provided to Recipient by a third party who is under no obligation to Discloser to keep the information confidential; or (v) is required to be disclosed by law, provided that Recipient shall take reasonable actions to minimize such disclosure and promptly notify Discloser, to the extent permitted by law, so that Discloser may take lawful actions to avoid or minimize such disclosure. 10 DocuSign Envelope ID: 5EAE8CC8-D63F-4909-9A1 6-582C4EC9A1 9A 12. SECURITY AND PRIVACY. 12.1.Security. On request, Granicus will make available to Purchaser its materials documenting Granicus' security safeguards (the "Granicus Security Materials"). Purchaser acknowledges that the Granicus Security Materials are sensitive Confidential Information of Granicus and may be viewed and distributed only within Purchaser's organization on a need -to -know basis. PURCHASER ACKNOWLEDGES THAT GRANICUS IS NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY LOSS OR HARM SUFFERED BY PURCHASER OR A USER RESULTING FROM A SECURITY INCIDENT EXCEPT TO THE EXTENT THE SECURITY INCIDENT RESULTS FROM GRANICUS'S MATERIAL FAILURE TO COMPLY WITH THE SAFEGUARDS DESCRIBED IN THE GRANICUS SECURITY MATERIALS. Purchaser is responsible for determining if GRANICUS's safeguards meet applicable regulatory standards and otherwise comply with Purchaser's security requirements. 12.2.Privacy. Personal Data shall be considered Purchaser "Confidential Information" covered by the Granicus commitments stated in Section 11. Granicus makes the following additional commitments regarding Personal Data: (i) Granicus will provide Purchaser with access to the Personal Data, to the extent stored and maintained by Granicus, as necessary for Purchaser to comply with applicable legal requirements for access, destruction, or modification of the Personal Data at the request a data subject; and (ii) subject to applicable law and instructions from relevant law enforcement agencies, Granicus will notify Purchaser in writing without undue delay if it discovers that any Personal Data has been accessed, used, disclosed, destroyed, or corrupted other than as permitted by the Agreement, will provide all information reasonably available to it regarding the reported event, and will cooperate with Purchaser's reasonable requests to mitigate and remediate the event. 13. TERM AND TERMINATION 13.1.Term of MLSA. The "Initial Term" of this MLSA begins on the Effective Date and continues until the first anniversary of the Effective Date. Upon expiration of the Initial Term, this MLSA will automatically renew for successive renewal terms of one year each (each, a "Renewal Term"), until either party notifies the other of non -renewal at least 30 days before the expiration of the Initial Term, or then -current Renewal Term, as applicable. If any Order is in effect at the time of the expiration or termination of this MLSA, then as it applies to such Order only, the term of this MLSA will be extended until the expiration or termination of such Order, including any renewals of the Order. 13.2.Term of Order. The "Initial Order Term" is typically stated in each Order as "Period of Performance", but if no Initial Order Term is stated in an Order the Initial Order Term of such Order is one year. Except as expressly provided otherwise in an Order, the Order will automatically renew for consecutive renewal terms of the same length as the Initial Order Term (each a "Order Renewal Term"), unless either party gives the other party notice of non -renewal at least 60 days priorto the expiration of the Initial Order Term, or then current Order Renewal Term, as applicable. 13.3.Termination for Cause. Notwithstanding anything to the contrary, either party may terminate this MLSA or any Order as follows: (i) upon written notice to the other party of a material breach of this MLSA or any Order by the other party, which breach the other party does not cure within thirty (30) days after receipt of written notice of the breach, but, where a breach affects only a particular Order, termination will be limited to that Order; or (ii) upon written notice to the other party in the event the other party becomes insolvent or bankrupt; becomes the subject of any proceedings under bankruptcy, insolvency or debtor's relief law; has a receiver or manager appointed; makes an assignment for the benefit of creditors; or takes the benefit of any applicable law or statute in force for the winding up or liquidation of such party's business. Notwithstanding the termination of this MLSA or any Order for any reason, neither party will be relieved of any duty, obligation, debt or liability that arose or accrued prior to the effective date of termination. 13.4.Termination for Convenience. Either party may terminate this MLSA for convenience at any time without liability to either party by giving thirty (30) days advance written notice. 11 DocuSign Envelope ID: 5EAE8CC8-D63F-4909-9A16-582C4EC9Al9A 13.5.Obligations on Expiration, Termination. On expiration or termination of an Order: (i) all rights granted to Purchaser under such Order immediately terminate, except that any perpetual licenses granted to Purchaser shall survive unless the Order was terminated by Granicus for Purchaser's breach, (ii) Purchaser must immediately cease all use of the Software and related materials and information, except for Software covered by a surviving perpetual license, (iii) within seven (7) days of such expiration or termination, Purchaser must uninstall and destroy all Software and related materials and information within its custody or control, except for Software covered by a surviving perpetual license, and (iv) unless otherwise agreed in the applicable Order, all fees for any subscription license, Support, or other Services fees for the remaining term of the Order are immediately due and payable. 13.6.Survival. The following provisions survive expiration or termination of this MLSA: Section J (Defined Terms), as to any defined terms used in other surviving sections, Section 6 (Fees) as to any fees remaining unpaid at the time of expiration or termination, Section 9 (Intellectual Property), Section 11 (Confidential Information), Section 12.1 (Privacy), Section 13.5 (Obligations on Expiration, Termination), Section 13.6 (Survival), Section 14 (Indemnification), Section 15 (Limitation of Liability), Section 16 (Records and Audit), Section 17 (Governing Law, Disputes), and Section 18 (Miscellaneous), and any other provisions that by their nature are intended to survive expiration or termination of the Agreement. 14. INDEMNIFICATION 14.1. By Granicus. Granicus will defend, indemnify and hold Purchaser harmless from and against all losses, liabilities, damages and expenses including reasonable attorney fees (collectively, "Losses") arising from any claim or suit by an unaffiliated third party that the Product or Deliverables, as delivered to Purchaser and when used in accordance with this Agreement and the applicable Order, infringes a valid U.S. copyright or U.S. patent issued as of the date of the applicable Order (a "Claim"). If the Product or Deliverables are subject to a claim of infringement or misappropriation, or if Granicus reasonably believes the Product or Deliverables may be subject to such a Claim, Granicus reserves the right, in its sole discretion, to: (i) replace the affected Product or Deliverables with non - infringing functional equivalents; (ii) modify the affected Product or Deliverable to render it non -infringing; or (iii) terminate this Agreement or the applicable Order with respect to the affected Product or Deliverable and refund to Purchaser any prepaid fees for the then -remaining portion of the Order. Granicus will have no obligation to indemnify, defend, or hold Purchaser harmless from any Claim to the extent it is based upon: (i) a modification to the Product or Deliverable by anyone other than Granicus; (ii) a modification made by Granicus pursuant to Purchaser's required instructions or specifications or in reliance on materials or information provided by Purchaser; (iii) combination with the Products or Deliverable with non-Granicus software or data; or (iv) Purchaser's (or any authorized user of Purchaser) use of any Products or Deliverables other than in accordance with this Agreement. 14.2.Reserved. 14.3. Procedure. To the extent permitted by applicable law, Granicus will have control of the defense and reserves the right to settle any Claim. Purchaser must notify Granicus promptly of any Claim and provide reasonable cooperation to Granicus, upon Granicus' request and at Granicus' cost, to defend such Claim. Granicus will not agree to any settlement which requires acknowledgment of fault or an incurred liability on the part of an indemnified party not otherwise covered by this indemnification without indemnified party's prior consent. Purchaser may elect to participate in the defense of any claim with counsel of its choosing at its own expense. 14.4.Sole Remedy. This Section 14 sets forth Purchaser's sole and exclusive remedy, and Granicus' entire liability, for any Claim that the Products, Deliverables or any other materials provided by Granicus violate or infringe upon the rights of any third party. 15. LIMITATIONS ON LIABILITY 15.1. LIMITATION OF LIABILITY. EXCEPT FOR LIABILITY THAT CANNOT BE LIMITED OR EXCLUDED UNDER APPLICABLE LAW, UNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCES WILL EITHER PARTY BE LIABLE FOR ANY: (1) SPECIAL, INDIRECT, PUNITIVE, 12 DocuSign Envelope ID: 5EAE8CC8-D63F-4909-9A16-582C4EC9A19A INCIDENTAL, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES; OR (II) LOSS OR DAMAGE TO DATA, LOST PROFITS, SALES, BUSINESS, GOODWILL OR ANTICIPATED SAVINGS, WHETHER AN ACTION IS IN CONTRACT OR TORT (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE) AND REGARDLESS OF THE THEORY OF LIABILITY, EVEN IF A PARTY HAS BEEN ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGES. IN NO EVENT, EXCEPT FOR PURCHASER'S OBLIGATIONS TO PAY AMOUNTS DUE UNDER THE ORDER, OR GRANICUS' INDEMNIFICATION OBLIGATIONS SET FORTH IN SECTION 14 (INDEMNIFICATION), WILL EITHER PARTY'S MAXIMUM AGGREGATE LIABILITY FOR ALL CLAIMS ARISING IN CONNECTION WITH THIS AGREEMENT (IN TORT (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE), CONTRACT OR OTHERWISE) EXCEED THE AMOUNT OF FEES PAID BY PURCHASER TO GRANICUS IN THE SIX (6) MONTHS IMMEDIATELY PRECEDING THE DATE THE DAMAGED PARTY NOTIFIES THE OTHER PARTY IN WRITING OF THE CLAIM. HOWEVER, IF PURCHASER HAS PAID NO FEES UNDER THE TERMS OF AN ORDER IN THE TWELVE (12) MONTH PERIOD PRECEDING THE DATE OF THE INCIDENT GIVING RISE TO THE CLAIM, THE AGGREGATE LIABILITY OF GRANICUS TO PURCHASER FOR SUCH CLAIM SHALL NOT EXCEED FIVE THOUSDAND DOLLARS ($S,000). 16. RECORDS AND AUDIT 16.1. Records. Purchaser must keep complete and accurate records for at least three (3) years following date to which they pertain showing the location where each copy of the Software has been installed or stored, and the relevant information necessary to verify its compliance with the license metric (such as users, transactions, number of servers, CPUs, etc.) and with the terms of the Agreement. 16.2.Audit. Granicus may audit Purchaser's applicable records described in Section 16.1 provided that: (i) it gives Purchaser reasonable advance notice of the audit and conducts the audit without undue interference to Purchaser's operations; and (ii) it conducts an audit no more than once per 12 months unless it discovers non-compliance. Alternatively, Granicus may require Purchaser to conduct a self -audit on reasonable terms and provide an attestation of Purchaser's officer or like official reporting the results. If an audit or certification reveals Purchaser's use of the Software in excess of the applicable license metric, within ten (10) days Purchaser must pay the license fees and any related support fees due with respect to such unlicensed use in accordance with the terms of the applicable Order. If such unlicensed use exceeds the applicable license metric by 10% or more, Purchaser shall bear the reasonable cost of the audit. 16.3.Compliance Features. The Software may include features that permit Granicus to monitor compliance with the license terms or disable the Software in the event of non-compliance. Purchaser consents to the use of compliance tools and agrees that Granicus is not responsible for any harm or damages resulting from Granicus' disablement of the Software in the event of a license breach by Purchaser. 17. GOVERNING LAW; DISPUTES 17.1. Governing Law and Venue. 17.1.1. If Purchaser is a public entity (a state or any agency or authority thereof, or county, city or town, public educational institution or other entity that serves a public purpose), this Agreement will be governed by and construed in accordance with the laws of the state in which the public entity is located, with venue being a court of competent jurisdiction within such state. If Purchaser is the Federal government of the United States or any branch or agency thereof, this Agreement will be governed by the laws of the United States with venue being any Federal district court of competent jurisdiction. If Purchaser is a private or commercial entity, this Agreement will be governed by the laws of the state of New York, without reference to the state's conflict of law principles, with exclusive jurisdiction of the state and federal courts located in the borough of Manhattan, New York, New York. 17.1.2. If Purchaser is located in Canada, this Agreement will be governed by the laws of the Province of Ontario with suit brought only in the General Division of the Ontario Court of Justice. 13 DocuSign Envelope ID: 5EAE8CC8-D63F-4909-9A16-582C4EC9A19A 17.1.3. Exclusion of UN Convention and UCITA. The terms of the United Nations Convention on Contracts for the Sale of Goods are expressly and entirely excluded from application to the Agreement. The Uniform Computer Information Transactions Act (UCITA) is expressly and entirely excluded from application to the Agreement regardless of when or where adopted. 17.2. Waiver of Jury Trial. To the extent permitted by applicable law, each party waives the right to a trial by jury in respect of any litigation arising out of the Agreement and the parties' activities relating to the Agreement. 17.3. Recovery of Expenses. 17.3.1. The prevailing party in any action or proceeding relating to the Agreement is entitled to recover reasonable legal fees and costs, including attorney's fees. 17.3.2. Purchaser agrees that it shall reimburse Granicus' reasonable attorneys' fees and other expenses incurred in connection with any third -party subpoena, warrant or other mandated disclosure related to Purchaser that is unrelated to any claim between Purchaser and Granicus. 18. MISCELLANEOUS 18.1. Notice. Other than routine administrative communications, which may be exchanged by the parties via email or other means, all notices, consents, and approvals hereunder will be in writing and will be deemed to have been given upon: (i) personal delivery; (ii) the day of receipt, as shown in the applicable carriers systems, if sent via FeclEx, UPS, DHL, or other nationally recognized express carrier; (iii) the third business day after sending by U.S. Postal Service, First Class, postage prepaid, return receipt requested; or (iv) sending by email, with confirmed receipt from the receiving party. Either party may provide the other with notice of a change in mailing or email address in which case the mailing or email address, as applicable, for that party will be deemed to have been amended. The mailing and email addresses of the Parties are as follows: I Contracts 408 St. Peter Street, Suite 600 Saint Paul, MN 55102 (651) 757-4154 contracts@granicus.com ATTN: Address: Phone: Email: 18.2.Assignment; Subcontractors. Neither party may assign the Agreement or any Order without the prior written consent of the other party except to an affiliate or its successor as part of a corporate reorganization or a sale of some or all of its business. Granicus may use its affiliates or subcontractors to perform all or any part of the Services, but Granicus shall remain responsible under the Agreement for work performed by its affiliates and subcontractors to the same extent as if Granicus performed the Services itself. 18.3.Interpretations. If there is a conflict between the terms of the Agreement, the documents will govern in the following order: (1) the Order, as to any matter that the MLSA expressly permits to be controlled by a term of the Order, (2) the Exhibits, and (3) the MLSA. For purposes of the Agreement: (i) the words "include," "includes," and "including" are deemed to be followed by the words "without limitation"; (ii) the word "or" is not exclusive; the term "person" refers to any legal person and may mean a natural person (individual), a legally created person (such 14 DocuSign Envelope ID: 5EAE8CC8-D63F-4909-9A16-582C4EC9A19A as an entity, trustee, or executor), or an entity (such as a corporation, partnership, or limited liability company). The Agreement must be construed without regard to any presumption or rule requiring construction or interpretation against the party drafting an instrument or causing any instrument to be drafted. The section headings are for the convenience of the parties only and will not affect the interpretation of the Agreement. All technology provided under the Agreement is licensed and not sold; any use of the term "sale" or like word means a sale of a license. 18.4.Amendments. The terms of the Agreement may only be amended by a written agreement signed by both parties that expressly refers to the Agreement and the specific terms to be amended. The pre-printed terms of Purchaser's purchase order or other business form are void and of no effect whatsoever. 18.5. Severability, Waiver. If any part of the Agreement is found unenforceable, the rest of the Agreement will continue in effect, and the unenforceable part shall be reformed to the extent possible to make it enforceable and give business efficacy to the Agreement. Each party may enforce its respective rights under the Agreement even if it has waived the right or failed to enforce the same or other rights in the past. 18.6. Relationship Between the Parties. The relationship between Granicus and Purchaser established by the Agreement is solely that of independent contractors. Neither party is in any way the partner or agent of the other, nor is either party authorized or empowered to create or assume any obligation of any kind, implied or expressed, on behalf of the other party, without the express prior written consent of such other party. 18.7. No Third -Party Beneficiaries. Except as expressly stated otherwise, there are no third -party beneficiaries to the Agreement. 18.8. Force Majeure. Neither party will be in violation of the Agreement if the failure to perform the obligation is due to an event beyond its control, such as significant failure of a part of the power grid, failure of the Internet, natural disaster or weather event, war, riot, insurrection, epidemic, strikes or labor action, terrorism, or other events beyond such party's reasonable control. 18.9.Counterparts, Signatures. The Agreement may be signed electronically or in multiple counterparts, each of which will be deemed an original, but all of which together will be deemed to be one and the same agreement. A signed copy of the Agreement transmitted by facsimile, email, or other electronic means will be deemed to have the same legal effect as deliver of an original signed copy of the Agreement. 15 DocuSign Envelope ID: 5EAE8CC8-D63F-4909-9A16-582C4EC9A19A Exhibit B —Support 1. Support. Granicus will provide the Software maintenance and technical assistance in accordance with this Exhibit B. 2. Software Maintenance. Granicus will provide Purchaser with those Updates created by Granicus for general release, to include extensions, modifications, drivers, service packs, service releases, application program plug -ins, applets and adaptors. 3. All Licenses Must Be Supported. If Purchaser purchases Support in connection with any Software license it must purchase Support for all licenses. If Purchaser add licenses during an annual Support period, Purchaser must purchase additional Support entitlements to cover the additional licenses. If Purchaser wishes to purchase Support after a lapse, it must purchase Support covering the lapsed period as well as the new term. 4. Term, Renewals. The initial Support term is stated in the Order, or if no term is stated, one (1) year beginning on the Delivery Date with respect to Purchaser Controlled Software or the Service Commencement Date with respect to Hosted Software Services, as applicable. On expiration of the initial term, Support will renew for consecutive renewal terms of one (1) year each unless Purchaser or Granicus has given a notice of non -renewal at least thirty (30) days prior to expiration of the initial term or then -current renewal term. S. Fees. Support fees are non-refundable except as expressly provided in the Agreement. Granicus may increase the annual fee for Support renewal by giving notice of the increase at least sixty (60) days prior to the first day of the renewal term. In addition to any other remedies to which Granicus may be entitled under the Agreement, Granicus may suspend Support during any period that the fees for Support are overdue. 6. Support Tools. Purchaser is not required to permit Granicus to use any remote access Support tools, but acknowledges that a refusal will delay or impair the effectiveness of the Support. 7. Support Exclusions. GRANICUS HAS NO OBLIGATION TO PROVIDE SUPPORT FOR CUSTOM SOFTWARE OR CONFIGURATIONS UNLESS OTHERWISE AGREED IN AN ORDER FOR PROFESSIONAL SERVICES. CALYTERA IS NOT OBLIGATED TO PROVIDE SUPPORT WHERE THE REQUEST IS THE RESULT OF ANY OF THE FOLLOWING (THE "SUPPORT EXCLUSIONS"), BUT MAY DO SO, AT ITS SOLE DISCRETION: (I) FAILURE TO IMPLEMENT ALL MAINTENANCE RELEASES PROVIDED BY CALYTERA; (II) FAILURE TO USE THE SOFTWARE IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE APPLICABLE TERMS OF THE SOFTWARE LICENSE, THE DOCUMENTATION, OR REASONABLE INSTRUCTIONS PROVIDED BY CALYTERA; (III) ALTERATIONS OF THE SOFTWARE OR HOSTED SOFTWARE ENVIRONMENT BY PERSON OTHER THAN CALYTERA; OR (IV) ANY PURCHASER ACTS, AS DEFINED IN THE MLSA. ANY CALYTERA SUPPORT PROVIDED IN CONNECTION WITH A SUPPORT EXCLUSION IS PROVIDED "AS IS." B. Support Policies 8.1 Granicus Support Portal. Purchaser may submit requests for support through the Granicus support portal accessible at: sup port.eranicus.carn (the "Support Portal"). If the Support Portal is unavailable for any reason, Purchaser may submit requests via e-mail here: support@pranicus.com. 8.1.1 Technical Contact. Purchaser may name up to two (2) technical contacts in the support portal. Purchaser may change its technical contacts on 5 days prior written notice to Granicus. Granicus may respond to support requests from individuals other than Purchaser's named technical contacts, but shall not required to do so. 8.2 Phone Support. Phone support is available at: 1-800-314-0147 8.3 Support Hours. Granicus Support is available Monday to Friday (excluding federal public holidays in the United States or Canada) between 8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. United States Eastern Time. Support personnel may also be available on call or by appointment on days when Granicus offices are closed for holidays or outside of regular 16 DocuSign Envelope ID: 5EAE8CC8-D63F-4909-9A16-582C4EC9A19A Granicus business hours; Granicus may charge additional fees for access outside of regular Granicus business hours. Purchaser may submit support issues 24/7 via online support software and email. 8.4 Severity Levels. Granicus will provide problem diagnosis for the Software and, where possible, will supply corrections for problems that Granicus diagnoses as defects in the Software. Granicus will use commercially reasonable efforts to perform these services in a timely manner consistent with the urgency of the situation. Incidents that can be characterized as defects are classified according to the following criteria: 8.4.1 Critical - A defect, for which there is no workaround immediately available, which affects the standard business flow such that the business task cannot be accomplished on multiple workstations, for multiple projects. The impact of the reported deficiency is such that Purchaser is unable to either use the Software or reasonably continue work using the Software. Responses to Critical incidents will be made within two business hours by return phone call. 8.4.2 Major - Important features of the Software are unavailable, but a workaround is available or non -essential features of the Licensed Software are unavailable with no alternative solution. There is a significant impact to Purchaser, but the software can be used to complete the standard business flow. Responses to Major incidents will be made within four business hours by return phone call or via the Support Portal. 8.4.3 Medium - Important features of the Software are unavailable, but a workaround is available or non -essential features of the Software are unavailable with no alternative solution. The impact to Purchaser is the minimal loss of operational functionality or implementation resources. Responses to Medium incidents will be made within one business day by return phone call or via the Support Portal. 8.4.4 Minor - Defects that do not influence the business flow. The implementation or use of the Software by Purchaser is continuing and there is no significant impact on productivity. Responses to Minor incidents will be made within three business days by return phone call or via the Support Portal. 8.4.5 Purchaser must include in each request for support a reasonably detailed description of the issue, any Support entitlement code, and a severity designation. Purchaser must provide de additional information reasonably requested by Granicus, including information necessary to re -produce any error or other issue. 8.5 Historic Version Support. Subject to the continued payment of maintenance fees, Granicus will provide support for each major version for at least thirty-six (36) months from the date of its general release, and shall notify Purchaser of the end of support date at least twelve (12) months in advance. Minor releases within each major version are supported for the life of the major version. 17 RETURN TO: TERRY SMITH EXT: 2550 CITY OF FEDERAL WAY LAW DEPARTMENT ROUTING FORM 1 1. ORIGINATING DEPT./DIV: INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY 2. ORIGINATING STAFF PERSON: THOMAS FICHTNER EXT: 2547 3. DATE REQ. BY: ASAP 4. TYPE OF DOCUMENT (CHECK ONE): ❑ CONTRACTOR SELECTION DOCUMENT (E.G., RFB, RFP, RFQ) ❑ PUBLIC WORKS CONTRACT ❑ SMALL OR LIMITED PUBLIC WORKS CONTRACT ❑ PROFESSIONAL SERVICE AGREEMENT ❑ MAINTENANCE AGREEMENT ❑ GOODS AND SERVICE AGREEMENT ❑ HUMAN SERVICES / CDBG ❑ REAL ESTATE DOCUMENT ❑ SECURITY DOCUMENT (E.G. BOND RELATED DOCUMENTS) ❑ ORDINANCE ❑ RESOLUTION ❑ CONTRACT AMENDMENT (AG#): ❑ INTERLOCAL It OTHER PROPOSAL and MASTER LICENSE AND SERVICES AGREEMENT S. PROJECT NAME: AMANDA PLATFORM ANNUAL SUPPORT 6. NAME OF CONTRACTOR: GRANICUS ADDRESS: CONTRACTS: 408 ST PETER STREET, SUITE 600, SAINT PAUL, MN, 55102 E-MAIL' CONTRACTS@GRANICUS.COM SIGNATURE NAME: _TELEPHONE 651-757-4154 _ FAX: TITLE 7. EXHIBITS AND ATTACHMENTS: ® SCOPE, WORK OR SERVICES ❑ COMPENSATION ❑ INSURANCE REQUIREMENTS/CERTIFICATE ❑ ALL OTHER REFERENCED EXHIBITS ❑ PROOF OF AUTHORITY TO SIGN ❑ REQUIRED LICENSES ❑ PRIOR CONTRACT/AMENDMENTS 8. TERM: COMMENCEMENT DATE: UPON EXECUTION COMPLETION DATE: 12/31/2026 9. TOTAL COMPENSATION $185,023.38 . (INCLUDE EXPENSES AND SALES TAX, IF ANY) (IF CALCULATED ON HOURLY LABOR CHARGE - ATTACH SCHEDULES OF EMPLOYEES TITLES AND HOLIDAY RATES) REIMBURSABLE EXPENSE: ❑ YES S NO IF YES, MAXIMUM DOLLAR AMOUNT: $ IS SALES TAX OWED ®YES DNO IF YES, $16,973.09 PAID BY: ❑ CONTRACTORS CITY RETAINAGE: RETAINAGE AMOUNT: ❑ RETAINAGE AGREEMENT (SEE CONTRACT) OR ❑ RETAINAGE BOND PROVIDED ® PURCHASING: PLEASE CHARGE TO: 502-1100-046-518-88-414 10. DOCUMENT/CONTRACT REVIEW ❑ PROJECT MANAGER © DIRECTOR ❑ RISK MANAGEMENT (IF APPLICABLE) IN LAW INITIAL / DATE REVIEWED INITIAL / DATE APPROVED TF - 11/14/23. JRC 11/16123 11. COUNCIL APPROVAL (IF APPLICABLE) COMMITTEE APPROVAL DATE: COUNCIL APPROVAL DATE: 12 CONTRACT SIGNATURE ROUTING ❑ SENT TO VENDOWCONTRACTOR DATE SENT: DATE REC'D: ❑ ATTACH: SIGNATURE AUTHORITY, INSURANCE CERTIFICATE, LICENSES, EXHIBITS ❑ CREATE ELECTRONIC REMINDER/NOTIFICATION FOR 1 MONTH PRIOR TO EXPIRATION DATE (Include dept. support staff if necessary and feel free to set notification more than a month in advance if council approval is needed.) ❑ LAW DEPARTMENT ❑ SIGNATORY (MAYOR OR DIRECTOR) ❑ CITY CLERK ❑ ASSIGNED AG# COMMENTS: INITIAL / DATE SIGNED AG# 2/2017 COUNCIL MEETING DATE: December 5, 2023 CITY OF FEDERAL WAY CITY COUNCIL AGENDA BILL SUBJECT: 2024 SENIOR ADVISORY COMMISSION ANNUAL WORK PLAN ITEM #• 6f POLICY QUESTION: Should the City Council approve the 2024 Senior Advisory Commission Annual Work Plan? COMMITTEE: N/A MEETING DATE: N/A CATEGORY: ® Consent ❑ Ordinance ❑ Public Hearing ❑ City Council Business ❑ Resolution ❑ Other STAFF REPORT BY: Amv Glandon DEPT: Council Attachments: 1. Staff Report 2. Senior Advisory Commission Annual Work Plan Options Considered: 1. Approve the proposed 2024 Senior Advisory Commission Annual Work Plan. 2. Do not approve proposed 2024 Senior Advisory Commission Annual Work Plan and provide direction to staff. MAYOR'S MAYOR APPROV TION: Option 1. coi ittce "Counqf Initial/Date Initial/Date APPROVAL: Initial/Date COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION: I move to forward the proposed 2024 Senior Advisory Commission Annual Work plan to the December 5,2023 consenTda for approval. "51 L- Com lttee Chair Coi Enittee ber CImmittle Member PROPOSED COUNCIL MOTION: "I move approval of the proposed 2024 Senior Advisory Commission Annual Work Plan. " (BELOW TO BE COMPLETED BY CITY CLERK'S OFFICE COUNCIL ACTION: ❑ APPROVED COUNCIL BILL # ❑ DENIED First reading ❑ TABLED/DEFERRED/NO ACTION Enactment reading ❑ MOVED TO SECOND READING (ordinances only) ORDINANCE # REVISED - 4/2019 RESOLUTION # CITY OF FEDERAL WAY MEMORANDUM DATE: November 13, 2023 TO: City Council Members VIA: Jim Ferrell, Mayor FROM: Amy Glandon, Executive Assistant to City Council SUBJECT: 2024 Senior Advisory Commission Annual Work Plan Financial Impacts: The cost to the City for the Senior Advisory Commission was included within the approved budget under the City Council. In accordance with the approved budget, this item is funded by the General Fund. Upon completion of the 2023 Senior Advisory Commission Annual Work Plan, future costs will be minimal. All such future costs will be covered with existing staffing. Background Information: The Senior Advisory Commission plays an important role in the community outreach done primarily to the senior community, as well as businesses that have interactions with the senior community in Federal Way. This Annual Work Plan is an outline of their ongoing efforts and goals for the coming year. The 2024 Senior Advisory Commission Annual Work Plan was drafted and approved at the regular Senior Advisory Commission Meeting on September 13, 2023. The plan outlines specific goals and activities that the Commission intends to focus their annual efforts on. There are two main bodies of work that the Senior Advisory Commission will be undertaking in the coming year including the Senior Health & Resource Fair in May and annual printing of the Senior Resource Guides in April. Rev. 7/18 CITY OF FEDERAL WAY SENIOR ADVISORY COMMISSION 2024 Annual Work Plan Item Months Who 1. Prior Year Review January Staff & Commission 2. Commission Retreat Spring Staff & Commission 3. Add Additional Commissioners to Commission January- Staff & December Commission March,.June, 4. Provide Quarterly Reports to City Council September, Commission December 5. Continue to have Guest Representatives at January - Meetings for Senior Issues December Staff 6. Revision and Reprinting of Brochure April Staff & Commission 7. Senior Health & Resource'Fair May Staff & Commission January- 8. Federal WayMirror'Outreach for.Senior Coverage g Commission December Staff 9. City Website updating; including:additional content January- December 10. Holiday Senior.0utreach November - Staff & December Commission January- Staff& 11.Senior Commission, Connection ',, December I Commission 11Page SENIOR ADVISORY COMMISSION 2024 ANNUAL WORK PLAN Prior Year Review The Commission will discuss processes and tasks from the previous year and review ways to streamline efforts and to create ongoing impact in the future years. Staff will work with Commissioners to ensure recommendations are in alignment with the City's processes before implementing changes or recommending to City Council for approval. Commission Retreat This retreat is an opportunity for the Commission to come together,and team -build and brainstorm for upcoming Commission business. Add Additional Commissioners to Commission It is the goal of the Senior Advisory Commission to fill all currently vadant,Commissioner positions to keep the Commission at full strength. Provide Quarterly Reports to City Council On a quarterly basis, the Commission will present their current activities that have impacted the senior community of Federal Way. This will be done at the regular City Council Meetings in March, June, September and December.,, Continue to have Guest Representatives at Meetings for Senior Aid Partnering with the community and bringing together those who are working directly or indirectly with seniors, the goal will be to have a guest representative at each monthly meeting. By having these guests jtwuill create more opportunity for the Senior Advisory Commission to be prese`ntin the community, and, create a broader reach for aid to seniors within the community. Revision and Reprinting of Brochure Periodic updates -to the current information acid addition of new information to the Senior Resource Guide will be made prior to printing. During the printing process, three bids will be received, and the lowest, most responsive bidder will be chosen and voted on by the Commission. Senior Health' & Resource Fair In May 2024, the,Senior Advisory Commission will host the annual Senior Health & Resource Fair. This fair will,be,held at the_PAEC and will showcase vendors with ties to the senior community. This fair will�be used to reach aging seniors, create additional community outreach, navigate aging in place, and highlight the different resources available to the senior community as a whole within Federal Way. Federal Way Mirror Outreach for Senior Coverage Commissioners will reach out to the Mirror to encourage the growth of senior -related issue coverage. The desired outcome is to have more regular coverage of seniors within Federal Way. City Website Updating, including Additional Content 21Page Periodic updates to the current information and addition of new information to the City's website for the Senior Advisory Commission will be made. This will include pictures of senior events attended by the Commissioners and resources with hyperlinks. Holiday Senior Outreach Staff and Commissioners will reach out to local senior centers/living centers to "adopt" forgotten seniors again this year. In 2022, the Commission collected over 1,000 items to donate to Avalon Care Center for the forgotten seniors at the Holidays. Senior Commission Connection On the third Wednesday of each month, the Commission will host a senior outreach at the Federal Way Community Center combining resources, outreach, and connection with the senior community of Federal Way. 3 1 Page COUNCIL MEETING DATE: December 5, 2023 ITEM #: _ 6g CITY OF FEDERAL WAY CITY COUNCIL AGENDA BILL SUBJECT: WA STATE DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS MASTER AGREEMENT AMENDMENT — CLASS V COMMUNITY RESTITUTION PROGRAMS POLICY QUESTION: Should Council approve the WA State Department of Corrections Master Agreement Amendment for Class V Community Restitution Programs and authorize the Mayor to execute the agreement? COMMITTEE: FEDRAC MEETING DATE: November 28, 2023 CATEGORY: ® Consent ❑ Ordinance ❑ Public Hearing ❑ City Council Business ❑ Resolution ❑ Other — Information Only STAFF REPORT BY: Autumn Gressett, Contract Administrator DEPT: Parks Attachments: 1. Staff Report 2. Proposed Master Agreement Amendment Options Considered: 1. Approve the proposed Master Agreement Amendment. 2. Do not approve the proposed Master Agreement Amendment and provide direction to staff. MAYOR'S RECOMMENDATION: Option 1. MAYOR APPROVAL: IRECTOR APPROVAL: nuniti� Cots ci Initial/Date Initial/Date Ini[ial/Date COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION: I move to forward the proposed Master Agreement Amendment to the December S`h, 2023, consent agenda. Comrlll ee Chair Committee Member I J C❑ uni ee Member PROPOSED COUNCIL MOTION: "I move approval of the proposed Master Agreement Amendment and authorize the Mayor to execute said Amendment. " (BELOW TO BE COMPLETED BY CITY CLERK'S OFFICE COUNCIL ACTION: ❑ APPROVED COUNCIL BILL # ❑ DENIED First reading ❑ TABLED/DEFERRED/NO ACTION Enactment reading ❑ MOVED TO SECOND READING (ordinances only) ORDINANCE # REVISED - 4/2019 RESOLUTION # CITY OF FEDERAL WAY MEMORANDUM DATE: November 28, 2023 TO: City Council Members VIA: Jim Ferrell, Mayor FROM: - Autumn Gressett, Contract Administrator 9� SUBJECT: WA State Department of Correction Master Agreement Amendment — Class V Community Restitution Programs Financial Impacts: The cost to the City for WA State Department of Corrections Master Agreement was included within the approved budget. In accordance with the approved budget, this contract has a budget of up to $75,000. This proposed Amendment does not include any additional financial impacts beyond those already budgeted for. Background Information: In 2019, City of Federal Way executed a Master Agreement with WA State Department of Corrections (DOC) for Community Restitution Programs. These services have provided work crews for cleanup throughout the City. Locations include the Performing Arts and Event Center, Town Center steps, Steel Lake Park, and various surface streets. - In addition to the litter and garbage cleanup, some examples of additional services provided by WA State DOC include but are not limited to: stream enhancement & restoration, carpentry/construction, salmon restoration, tree planting, wood chipping, sand bagging, cleaning retention ponds, landscaping, sanding/salting, etc. Staff requests approval of a WA State Department of Corrections Master Agreement Amendment, continuing services to the City similar to those listed above through September 30, 2026. Rev. 7/18 C ail. 'f. Washington State Contract No. K12614 k Department of Corrections Amendment No. 1 This i A inn end inni(enc is made between the Washington State Department of Corrections, hereinafter referred to as "Department," and City of Federal Way, hereinafter referred to as "Recipient," for the purpose of amending the above -referenced Contract, heretofore entered into between the Department and Recipient. WHEREAS the purpose of this Amendment is to extend the contract term. NOW THEREFORE, in consideration of the terms and conditions contained herein, or attached and incorporated and made a part hereof, the Department and Recipient agree as follows: SECTION 3. TERM is amended as follows: The term of this Master Contract Agreement shall begin July 01, 2021 and continue through ((June 907'moo)) September 30 202& unless terminated sooner as provided for herein. Additions to this text are shown by underline and deletions by ((str' R)). All other terms and conditions remain in full force and effect. The effective date of this Amendment is December 01, 2023. THIS AMENDMENT, consisting of two (2) pages is executed by the persons signing below who warrant that they have the authority to execute this Amendment. CITY OF FEDERAL WAY DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS (Signature) (Signature) Jim Ferrell Daryl Huntsinger (Printed Name) (Printed Name) Mayor Contracts Administrator (Title) (Title) (Date) (Date) Washington State K12614(1) Page 1 of 2 Department of Corrections 23RCP (Signature) Stephanie Courtney (Printed Name) City Clerk (Title) (Date) (Signature) J. Ryan Call (Printed Name) City Attorney (Title) (Date) Approved as to Form: This Amendment format was approved by the office of the Attorney General. Approval on file. Washington State K12614(1) Page 2 of 2 Department of Corrections 23RCP WASHINGTON STATE DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS Community Corrections Division CLASS V Work Project Description Contract Number: K12614 Recipient: City of ederal Way Recipient is: ® Government Entity ❑ State Agency ❑ Public Benefit Nonprofit & Evidence Attached ❑ Recipient Contact: Jason Gerwen Phone: 253-835-8962 Email: jason.gerwen®cityoffederalway.com Department Contact: Rene Vertz Phone: 206-786-3273 Email: r'vertzCdocl.wa. ov Work Project Title: City of Federal Wray Parks & Reg-eation Department Project Level: ® 1 ® 2 ® 3 Workers will: Provide litter pick-ups, illegal dumping site clean-ups, and general labor on property owned by the City of Federal Way as outlined in the Statement of Work attached (Attachment E). Workers will not perform any work listed in the Prohibited Work document (Attachment C). Number of Workers on crew: Minimum of 2 for illegal dumping site clean-ups and any Level 3 work. One -worker crews are permissible for litter pick-ups on city streets and general labor in parks and at Town Square. Project Location: Various worksites in the City of Federal Way Project Period (One year maximum): December 1, 2023 through September 30, 2024 1. Projected Total Number of Crew Hours, Number of Workers: N/A 2. Minimums for Set Monthly Rate and/or Full or Half Day Rate: N/A 3. Approximate Work Hours: Arrive at 8:30 a.m. Depart at 2:30 p.m. Special Payment Terms. Recipient will pay DOC: 1. Service Maximum: City of Federal Way will pay DOC a maximum of 7� 5,000 for services provided per year. 2. Invoice: DOC will invoice City of Federal Way for offender worker services at the rate of 25 da 12er person (workers + supervisors). Each dated and itemized invoice to City of Federal Way will include: Agreement #K12614, dates and hours of services provided, description of the work, and the amount of payment due. 3. Administrative and program overhead at 10% of the actual monthly billing which will cover the cost of miscellaneous expenditures needed for the specified contract work with the City of Federal Way. Expenditures include, but are not limited to, office supplies, hand tools, shovels, rakes, litter pickers, garbage bags, sharps containers, gloves and boots. 4. Vehicle operation costs for assigned time on City of Federal Way's contracts work; reimbursement at the current privately owned vehicle mileage rate (as determined by OFM). The current rate can be located at htti2s://ofm.wa.gov/­accounting/administrative-accountin - resources/travel. 5. L&I Premiums: Reimbursement for worker L&I premiums at the current DOC L&I rate. The rate for 2023 is $Q.3753 per worker per hour. (This rate potentially changes every year on January 1st, so Work Project Descriptions that overlap years may have changes to this rate on our invoices State of Washington Attachment A Department of Corrections K12614 starting January Pt. We will make a note of any changes to the rate in your January billing statement). PPE, Tools and Equipment Provided by: Recipient: Will provide any specialty equipment needed to complete specific projects. Will pay for waste disposal either through providing waste receptacles at the work sites, or at City landfill or transfer station; dump cards or account information for waste disposal will be provided to DOC Workcrew for use on City of Federal Way projects if necessary. Specialty PPE, Tools and Equipment Training Provided by Recipient? DOC: Will provide Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) and tools and supplies for general litter pick- up, removal of illegally dumped materials and brush removal, including but not limited to: gloves, boots rain gear, hard hats, hearing and eye protection, shovels, rakes, trash bags, pickers, surgical masks, disposable gloves, hand sanitizer, etc. JSA Worksheet completed and attached? Recipient will provide the DOC contract manager with a signed Job Safety Analysis form for each type of service prior to any work taking place (Attachment D). The Job Safety Analysis form remains valid for the length of the project period. The types of services provided by offender workers include 1) Illegal dump site clean-up, 2) Litter Pick-ups, 3) General Labor. Additional Terms: DOC will send a monthly activity report, photo documentation (before and after) of services performed, and dumpsite invoices (if required) along with the billing statement as requested by the recipient. CITY OF FEDERAL WAY DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS Signature Printed Name & Title Signature of Field Administrator or Work Release and Residential Program Coordinator Section 5/CCD Section/Facility Date Date Please email a copy of this Work Project Description to docclacontractsCo7D.00I. WA. GOV within two (2) calendar days after it is signed by the second of both Parties. THANK -YOU State of Washington Attachment A Department of Corrections K12614 COUNCIL MEETING DATE: December 5, 2023 CITY OF FEDERAL WAY CITY COUNCIL AGENDA BILL SUBJECT: TROUVE APARTMENTS MFTE CONTRACT ITEM #: 6h POLICY QUESTION: Should the Council execute a contract with X Marks the Spot LLC for an eight (8) year Multifamily Dwelling Unit Limited Property Tax Exemption (MFTE) on the Trouve Apartments? COMMITTEE: FEDRAC MEETING DATE: November 28, 2023 CATEGORY: ® Consent ❑ Ordinance ❑ Public Hearing ❑ City Council Business ❑ Resolution ❑ Other STAFF REPORT BY: Keith Niven, AICP CEcD DEPT: Community Development Attachments: 1. Staff Report 2. Draft MFTE Contract Options Considered: 1. Approve the proposed contract. 2. Do not approve proposed contract and provide direction to staff. MAYOR'S RECOMMENIATION: Option 1. MAYOR APPROVAL: DIRECTOR APPROVAL: 11.6.23 • lnc � ('o, Initial/Date COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION: I move to forward the proposed contract to the December S, 2023 consent agenda for approval. Comn 0 ee Chair Committee Member C t01-l11i ee Member PROPOSED COUNCIL MOTION: "I move approval of the proposed contract and authorize the Mayor to execute said contract. " (BELOW TO BE COMPLETED BY CITY CLERK'S OFFICE) COUNCIL ACTION: ❑ APPROVED COUNCIL BILL # ❑ DENIED First reading ❑ TABLED/DEFERRED/NO ACTION Enactment reading ❑ MOVED TO SECOND READING (ordinances only) ORDINANCE # REVISED - 4/2019 RESOLUTION # CITY OF FEDERAL WAY MEMORANDUM DATE: November 28, 2023 TO: City Council Members VIA: Jim Ferrell, Mayor FROM: Keith Niven, Community Development Director Stacey Welsh, Principal Planner SUBJECT: Trouve Apartments MFTE Contract Financial Impacts: The financial impact to the City is that no property tax revenue associated with the residential buildings at Trouve Apartments would be collected by the City for eight (8) years. Background Information: The Multifamily Property Tax Exemption (MFTE) is a property tax waiver program. The MFTE program was established in the City of Federal Way as a tool to incentivize the development of multifamily housing in designated residential targeted areas. These include the City Center and Community Business zones. Based on Chapter 84.14 RCW and Federal Way Revised Code (FWRC) Chapter 3.30, a property owner does not have to pay property taxes on. eligible residential improvements for a period of eight (8) years, or twelve (12) years wit l additional requirements. The property owner still pays tax on the land or ad valorem property taxation (the value of the property based on value as assigned by the property assessor) and on any non-residential -improvements, such as the commercial portion of a mixed -use building. The Trouve Apartments are located at the southeastern corner of the intersection at 1 st Ave South and South 348th Street. The mixed -use project includes nine (9) residential buildings with 233 units, a mix of studios and one (1) and two (2) bedroom units. There is also a stand-alone retail building, for which property tax will be paid. The project received a Use Process land use decision in November 2021. Subsequently, a series of site development permits have been issued. Construction remains ongoing. The property is within the Community Business zone. The property owner, X Marks the Spot LLC, has submitted a Multi -Family Tax Exemption Conditional Certificate application. A component of the process is for the property owner to enter into a contract with the City, approved by the City Council, regarding the terms and conditions of the project pursuant to the MFTE code. Rev. 7/18 CITY OF FEDERAL WAY MULTI -FAMILY HOUSING LIMITED PROPERTY TAX EXEMPTION CONTRACT THIS AGREEMENT is entered into this day of , 20_7 by and between X Marks the Spot LLC, a Washington limited liability company (hereinafter referred to as the "Owner"), and the CITY OF FEDERAL WAY, a municipal corporation of the State of Washington (hereinafter referred to as the "City"). WHEREAS the City has an interest in stimulating new construction or rehabilitation of multi -family housing in Residential Target Areas in order to reduce development pressure on single-family residential neighborhoods, to increase and improve housing opportunities, and to encourage development densities supportive of transit use; and WHEREAS the City has, pursuant to the authority granted to it by Chapter 84.14 RCW, designated various Residential Target Areas for the provision of a limited property tax exemption for new multi -family residential housing; and WHEREAS the City has, through Chapter 3.30 Federal Way Revised Code ("FWRC"), enacted a program whereby property owners may qualify for a Final Certificate of Tax Exemption which certifies to the King County Assessor that the owner is eligible to receive a limited property tax exemption; and WHEREAS, The Owner is interested in receiving the multiple family property tax exemption for new/rehabilitated multiple family residential housing units in a residential targeted area; and WHEREAS, The Owner has submitted to the City a complete application form for no fewer than four (4) units of new/rehabilitated multifamily housing within a residential structure or as part of an urban development; and WHEREAS the Owner has submitted to the City preliminary site plans and floor plans for multi -family residential housing to be constructed on King County Assessor's Parcel Number 9129400040 commonly known as Trouve Apartments, and as legally described in Exhibit A ("Site"). WHEREAS the City has determined that the improvements will, if completed as proposed, satisfy the requirements for a Final Certificate of Tax Exemption. NOW, THEREFORE, the City and the Owner do mutually agree as follows: 1. The City agrees to issue the Owner a Conditional Certificate of Acceptance of Tax MULTIFAMILY HOUSING LIMITED PROPERTY TAX EXEMPTION CONTRACT 1 10/23 Exemption. 2. The Owner agrees to construct on the Site multi -family residential housing substantially as described in the most recent site plans, floor plans, and elevations on file with the City as of the date of this agreement. 3. The project is, or will be at the time of completion, in compliance with all applicable zoning requirements, land use requirements, building code, and fire code requirements contained in the FWRC. For the duration of the tax exemption, the Site shall have no violations of applicable zoning requirements, land use regulations, or building code requirements contained in the FWRC for which the City's Department of Community Development shall have issued an order to cease activity ("OTC") or notice of violation and order to correct ("NOV") that are not resolved by a voluntary correction agreement, vacation by the hearing examiner, or action of the property owner in compliance with the applicable code requirements as determined by the director, within the time period for compliance provided in such OTC or NOV and any extension of the time period for compliance granted by the director. 4. Existing dwelling units proposed for rehabilitation must fail to comply with one or more standards of the applicable State or City building codes. 5. The new, converted, or rehabilitated multi -unit housing must provide for a minimum of fifty (50) percent of the space for permanent residential occupancy. The project, whether new, converted, or rehabilitated multiple -unit housing, must include at least four (4) units of multifamily housing within a residential structure or as part of an urban development. 6. The Owner agrees to complete construction of the agreed upon improvements within three years from the date the City issues the Conditional Certificate of Acceptance of Tax Exemption, or within any extension thereof granted by the City. 7. The Owner is requesting an Eight year limited property tax exemption. 8. The Owner agrees, upon completion of the improvements and upon issuance by the City of a temporary certificate of occupancy, or permanent certificate of occupancy if no temporary certificate is issued, to file with the City's Department of Community Development the following: (a) A statement of expenditures made with respect to each multi -family housing unit and the total expenditures made with respect to the entire property; (b) A description of the completed work and a statement of qualification for the exemption; (c) If applicable, a statement that the project meets the affordable housing requirements as described in FWRC 3.30.040; 2 MULTIFAMILY HOUSING LIMITED PROPERTY TAX EXEMPTION CONTRACT (d) A statement that the work was completed within the required three (3) year period or any approved extension. 9. The City agrees, conditioned on the Owner's successful completion of the improvements in accordance with the terms of this Contract and on the Owner's filing of the materials described in Paragraph 8 above, to file an eight or twelve year, as applicable, Final Certificate of Tax Exemption with the King County Assessor. 10. The Owner agrees, within 30 days following the first anniversary of the date the city filed the Final Certificate of tax exemption and each year thereafter for a period of eight or twelve years, as applicable, to file a certification with the City's Department of Community Development, verified upon signed affirmation under penalty of perjury under the laws of the state of Washington. The certification shall contain such information as the City's Community Development Director may deem necessary or useful, and shall at a minimum include the following information: (a) A statement of occupancy and vacancy of the multifamily units during the previous year; (b) A certification that the property has not changed use and, if applicable, that the property has been in compliance with the affordable housing requirements as described in FWRC 3.30.040 since the date of filing of the final certificate of tax exemption, and continues to be in compliance with this Contract with the city; (c) A description of any improvements or changes to the property made after the filing of the final certificate or most recent certification, as applicable; (d) Any information needed by the City to file its annual report pursuant to Federal Way Revised Code (FWRC) 3.30.110 and any additional information requested by the City in regards to the units receiving a tax exemption. 11. The parties acknowledge that the units are to be used and occupied for multifamily residential use. The parties further acknowledge that the certificate of occupancy issued by the City is for multifamily residential units. The Owner acknowledges and agrees that the units shall be used primarily for residential occupancy and any business activities shall only be incidental and ancillary to the residential occupancy. 12. If the Owner converts to another use any of the new multi -family residential housing units constructed under this Contract, the Owner shall notify the King County Assessor and the City's Department of Community Development within 60 days of such change in use. MULTIFAMILY HOUSING LIMITED PROPERTY TAX EXEMPTION CONTRACT 13. The Owner agrees to notify the City promptly of any transfer of Owner's ownership interest in the Site or in the improvements made to the Site under this Contract. 14. The City reserves the right to cancel the Final Certificate of Tax Exemption should the Owner, its successors and assigns, fail to comply with any of the terms and conditions of this Contract. 15. The Owner acknowledges its awareness of the potential tax liability involved if and when the property ceases to be eligible for the incentive provided pursuant to this contract. Such liability may include additional real property tax, penalties and interest imposed pursuant to RCW 84.14.110. 16. Nothing in this Contract shall permit or be interpreted to permit either party to violate any provision of Chapter 84.14 RCW or FWRC Chapter 3.30. 17. No modifications of this Contract shall be made unless mutually agreed upon by the parties in writing. 18. The Owner acknowledges its awareness of the potential tax liability involved if and when the property ceases to be eligible for the incentive provided pursuant to this contract. Such liability may include additional real property tax, penalties and interest imposed pursuant to RCW 84.14.110. The Owner further acknowledges its awareness and understanding of the process implemented by the King County Assessor's Office for the appraisal and assessment of property taxes. The Owner agrees that the City is not responsible for the property value assessment imposed by King County at any time during the exemption period. 19. In the event that any term or clause of this Contract conflicts with applicable law, such conflict shall not affect other terms of this Contract which can be given effect without the, conflicting term or clause, and to this end, the terms of this Contract are declared to be severable. IN WITNESS WHEREOF the parties hereto have executed this Contract as of the day and year first above written. [signatures to follow] 4 MULTIFAMILY HOUSING LIMITED PROPERTY TAX EXEMPTION CONTRACT CITY OF FEDERAL WAY Jim Ferrell, Mayor Keith Niven, Director Community Development Department Steve Groom, Director Finance Department ATTEST: Stephanie Courtney, City Clerk APPROVED AS TO FORM: Ryan Call, City Attorney STATE OF WASHINGTON ) ss. COUNTY OF X MARKS THE SPOT LLC: By: Printed Name: Its: On this day personally appeared before me to me known to be the of X Marks the Spot LLC that executed the within and foregoing instrument, and acknowledged the said instrument to be the free and voluntary act and deed of said limited liability company, for the uses and purposes therein mentioned, and on oath stated that he or she was authorized to execute said instrument. GIVEN under my hand and official seal this day of 20 . Notary's signature Notary's printed name Notary Public in and for the State of Washington. My commission expires 5 MULTIFAMILY HOUSING LIMITED PROPERTY TAX EXEMPTION CONTRACT EXHIBIT A - LEGAL DESCRIPTION OF SITE MULTIFAMILY HOUSING LIMITED PROPERTY TAX EXEMPTION CONTRACT EXHIBIT A Legal Description Trouve Apartments (King County Parcel # 912940 0040) Revised Lot 2, City of Federal Way Boundary Line Adjustment No. 21-104413-SU, recorded March 3, 2022 under Recording No. 20220303900007, in King County, Washington; Together with a 75% interest in Tract A, City of Federal Way Boundary Line Adjustment No. 21-104413-SU, recorded March 3, 2022 under Recording No. 20220303900007, in King County, Washington. COUNCIL MEETING DATE: December 5, 2023 ITEM #: 61 CITY OF FEDERAL WAY CITY COUNCIL AGENDA BILL SUBJECT: T-MOBILE LLC SITE LEASE AGREEMENT — BPA / TWIN LAKES POLICY QUESTION: Should the City approve a site lease agreement with T-Mobile West LLC for use in its wireless communications services at SW 348"' St and the BPA trail? COMMITTEE: FEDRAC MEETING DATE: November 28, 2023 CATEGORY: ® Consent ❑ Ordinance ❑ Public Hearing ❑ City Council Business ❑ Resolution ❑ Other STAFF REPORT BY: J. Ryan Call DEPT: Law Attachments: 1. Staff Report 2. Proposed Site Lease Agreement Options Considered: 1. Approve the proposed Site Lease Agreement and authorize the Mayor to execute. 2. Do not approve proposed Site Lease Agreement and provide direction to staff. MAYOR'S RECOMMENDATION: Option 1. MAYOR APPROVAL: 11 L DIRECTOR APPROVAL: ((1 z �2 3 Con incc =4:ouneil Inllial/Date Tnitia}1Qaz Initiat/D to COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION: I move to forward the proposed T-Mobile LLC Site Lease Agreement at SW 3481" St and the BPA trail to the December 5, 2023 consent agenda for approval.' CcVmmlttee Chair tommittee, Member QGiAce Member PROPOSED COUNCIL MOTION: "I move approval of the proposed T-Mobile LLC Site Lease Agreement at SW 3481" St and the BPA trail and authorize the Mayor to sign said agreement. " (BELOW TO BE COMPLETED BY CITY CLERK'S OFFICE COUNCIL ACTION: ❑ APPROVED COUNCIL BILL # ❑ DENIED First reading ❑ TABLED/DEFERRED/NO ACTION Enactment reading ❑ MOVED TO SECOND READING (ordinances only) ORDINANCE # REVISED - 4/2019 RESOLUTION # CITY OF FEDERAL WAY MEMORANDUM DATE: November 28, 2023 TO: City Council Members VIA: Jim Ferrell, Mayor FROM: J. Ryan Call, City Attorney SUBJECT: T-Mobile West LLC Site Lease Agreement — BPA / Twin Lakes Financial Impacts: The revenue to the City for T-Mobile West LLC Site Lease Agreement — BPA / Twin Lakes will be $3,745.97 per month with an annual increase of 4% on January 1 Sc of each calendar year during the term and renewal terms of the lease. Background Information: This item was previously presented to LUTC, but pulled from the Regular Council agenda when T-Mobile presented further proposed changes to the contract after its presentation to LUTC. Those proposed items were reviewed and rejected by city staff and the item is back at council committee with a recommendation from staff for approval. T-Mobile West LLC seeks to continue leasing property from the City through a site lease agreement for a portion of property located at BPA / Twin Lakes to allow for operation of certain equipment for use in connection with its wireless communication services. Exhibits A and B of the proposed site lease agreement indicate the exact location of the leased space. The proposed site lease agreement is for a five-year term that includes the option of three additional five-year terms. This agreement is substantially similar to other site lease agreements currently in effect for other companies. The City has had a site lease agreement in place with T-Mobile West LLC (formerly Voicestream PCS) for this location since 2003. Rev. 7/18 CITY of CITY HALL � Federal e ra I Way . 33325 8th Avenue South Federal Way, WA 98003-6325 (253) 835-7000 www cityoffederalway com SITE LEASE AGREEMENT This Site Lease Agreement ("Lease" or "Agreement") is made between the City of Federal Way, a Washington municipal corporation ("City"), and T-Mobile West LLC, a Delaware limited liability company, ("Tenant"). The City and Tenant are located and do business at the below addresses which shall be valid for any notice required under this Agreement: T-MOBILE WEST LLC: T-Mobile USA, Inc. 12920 SE 38th St. Bellevue, WA 98006 Attn: Lease Compliance/SE04753A Re: BPA / Twin Lakes Site - 1-877-373-0093 (telephone) 1-813-353-6449 (facsimile) CITY OF FEDERAL WAY: Taryn Weatherford 33325 8th Ave. S. Federal Way, WA 98003-6325 (253) 835-2562 (telephone) Taryn . we ath erford@c ityoffed a ra away. co in City is the owner in fee simple of a parcel of land located in the City legally described on the attached Exhibit A (the "Premises"). Tenant desires to lease space on and air space above the Premises as described below for the installation and operation of certain equipment which includes requisite antennas, and connecting cables and appurtenances (collectively, "Equipment") for use in connection with its wireless telephone communications service ("Service"). In consideration of their mutual covenants, the parties agree as follows: 1. Leased Premises. City leases to Tenant and Tenant leases from City, on a non-exclusive basis, a portion of the Premises, together with necessary space and rights for access and utilities, as described and depicted in attached Exhibit B. Tenant may locate its Equipment on the Premises in the manner as described specifically in the attached Exhibit B. Tenant may not add Equipment in addition to that shown on Exhibit B other than as may be approved in writing by the City, which approval may be withheld in the City's sole and absolute discretion. 2. Term. This Lease shall be five (5) years and shall commence on (the "Commencement Date") and shall end at 12:00 a.m. (midnight) on the fifth (5th) anniversary of the Commencement Date. This Lease will automatically renew for three (3) additional five (5) year terms (each five (5) year term shall be defined as an "Extension Term"), upon the same terms and conditions unless Tenant notifies Landlord in writing of Tenant's intention not to renew this Agreement at least six (6) months prior to the expiration of the Initial Term or then -existing Extension Term. The City may refuse to renew (i) in the event of breach of the Lease during the preceding term, or (ii) any other reason determined by the City in its reasonable discretion. Any such refusal shall be in writing and shall be sent to Tenant at least sixty (60) days prior to expiration of the then current five (5) year term. SITE LEASE AGREEMENT - 1 - 11/2022 TMO Site ID: SE04753A CITY OF CITY HALL Fe d e ra I Ja 33325 Avenue South Federall Way, WA 98003-6325 �� (253) 835-7000 www cityoffederelway. com 3. Rent. a. Starting on the Commencement Date and on the first day of each month thereafter, Tenant shall pay to City as rent $3745.97, Three Thousand Seven Hundred Forty -Five and 97/100 Dollars ("Rent") per month. As this site is currently in holdover, Tenant shall make all payments necessary to bring Rent payments current within thirty (30) days of executing this Lease. Any rent previously paid from and after the Commencement Date shall be offset against the new Rent. Rent for any fractional month at the beginning or at the end of the Term or Renewal Term, if any, shall be prorated. Rent shall be payable to the City at 33325 8th Ave S, Federal Way, Washington 98003; Attention: Finance Department. Tenant shall pay the City a late payment charge equal to five percent (5%) of the amount due for any payment not paid when due. Any amounts not paid when due shall also bear interest until paid at the lesser of the rate of two percent (2%) per month or the highest rate permitted by law. b. The Rent shall be increased by four percent (4%) per year throughout the Term of this Lease and Renewal Terms (if any). Each 4% increase shall become effective January 1st of each calendar year. C. Tenant previously paid the City one month's rent as a security deposit in the amount of Nine Hundred Seventy -Five and 00/100 Dollars ($975.00). Within thirty (30) days of executing this Lease, Tenant shall submit to the City a supplement to the Security Deposit for this site in the amount of Two Thousand Seven Hundred Seventy and 97/100 Dollars ($2,770.97) to raise the deposit to the standard amount of one month's rent. The Security Deposit shall be refunded at the termination of this Lease if Tenant is not in default of the Lease. In the event Tenant fails to pay Rent or other charges when due, cure periods considered, the City shall deduct such amount from the Security Deposit, and Tenant agrees to immediately refund to the City any such deduction from the Security Deposit. The Security Deposit shall be held by the City without liability for interest. 4. Permitted Use of Premises. a. Tenant shall use that portion of the Premises leased herein for the installation, operation, and maintenance of its Equipment to provide Service. The Equipment and Premises may not be used for cable television services. Upon installation of Equipment, Tenant shall replace all lamps within City -owned light fixtures, if any have been removed or broken by Tenant's installation of Equipment. b. Tenant shall, at its expense, comply with all applicable present and future federal, state, and local laws, ordinances, rules and regulations (including laws and ordinances relating to zoning, aesthetics, landscaping, fencing, permits, removal and abandonment, screening, health, radio frequency emissions, other radiation and safety) in connection with the provision of Service and the use, operation, maintenance, construction and/or installation of Equipment on the Premises. Tenant shall obtain all required governmental approvals, authorizations, licenses and permits at Tenant's expense. City agrees to reasonably cooperate with Tenant in obtaining, at Tenant's expense, including reimbursement of City's reasonable attorney, administrative and other related fees, any licenses and permits required by Tenant's use of the Premises. Said cooperation shall in no way infer any special consideration or deviation from the land use and building SITE LEASE AGREEMENT - 2 - 11/2022 TMO Site ID: SE04753A CITY OF CITY HALL Fe d e ra l �llla 33325 8th Avenue South Y Federal Way, WA 98003-6325 (253) 835-7000 www cityoffederalway com construction permit approval process of the City that is applicable to the intended use of the Premises by Tenant. C. Tenant shall remove the Equipment from the Premises upon termination of the Lease. Upon removal of the Equipment, Tenant shall restore the Premises to its original condition, excepting normal wear and tear, and to the reasonable satisfaction of the City. All costs and expenses for the removal and restoration to be performed by Tenant shall be borne by Tenant. If however, Tenant requests permission not to remove all or a portion of the improvements, and City consents to such non -removal, title to the affected improvements shall thereupon transfer to City and the same thereafter shall be the sole and entire property of City, and Tenant shall be relieved of its duty to otherwise remove same. d. The City reserves the right to use the property for such purposes as it shall desire including, but not limited to, constructing or installing structures and facilities on the property, or developing, improving, repairing or altering the property. In furtherance of such rights, the Tenant will, upon the City's demand and at the Tenant's sole cost and expense, remove, repair, or relocate, the Equipment pursuant to the City's request and within the reasonable time period prescribed by the City. However, such removal shall not be required to accommodate another carrier. 5. Relocation. In the event City desires to redevelop, modify, remodel or in any way alter the Property and/or any improvements located thereon ("Redevelopment"), City shall in good faith use its best efforts to fully accommodate Tenant's continuing use of the Premises. Should any proposed Redevelopment necessitate the relocation of the Tenant's Equipment, Tenant and City shall use best efforts to find a mutually acceptable alternate location for the Tenant's Equipment. Tenant shall relocate or make the necessary alterations, at Tenant's sole cost, expense and risk; provided, however, that City has provided Tenant with no less than ninety (90) days prior written notice of City's proposed Redevelopment. In the event that Tenant and City cannot agree on an alternate location for Tenant's Equipment on the Property using best efforts, -either party may terminate this Lease, the effective termination date being ninety (90) days after Tenant's receipt of City's notice of the proposed Redevelopment. If the parties agree on an acceptable alternate location for Tenant's Equipment, Tenant and City agree to use their best efforts to amend this Lease to document the new, alternate Equipment location, and from and after the date Tenant begins installation of its Equipment at such new location, such new location shall be deemed the Premises (or part thereof, as applicable) herein. 6. Restoration. In the event that Tenant causes damage of any kind during the course of installing, operating or maintaining the Equipment, including damage to the premises caused by cutting, boring, jack hammering, excavation or other work, and including latent damage not immediately apparent at the time of the work, .Tenant shall repair the damage and/or restore the right-of-way at its sole cost and expense, without delay or interruption and within the reasonable time period prescribed by the City. Restoration of the premises shall be to a condition, which is equivalent to or better than the condition of the premises prior to commencing the installation, operation or maintenance of the Equipment and to a condition satisfactory to the City. Restoration of the right-of-way surface shall either include six inches (6") of crushed surfacing top course and three inches (3 ") of asphalt, class "AB", or be replaced to the original condition, at the City's sole SITE LEASE AGREEMENT - 3 - 11/2022 TMO Site ID: SE04753A CITY of CITY HALL Federal Way y Feder 8th Avenue South a Federal Way, WA 98003-6325 OA�v (253) 835-7000 www cityoffederalway com discretion. Whenever part of a square or slab or existing concrete sidewalk or driveway is cut or damaged, the entire square or slab shall be removed and replaced. All materials and compacting shall be in accordance with the "Standards and Specifications for Road, Bridge, and Municipal Construction," as amended. 7. Improvements. Tenant may update or replace the Equipment from time to time without further approvals provided that the replacement facilities are not greater in number or size or different in type, shape, color, or height than the existing facilities and that any change in their location on the Premises is approved in writing by City. Subject to the foregoing, Tenant may change the Equipment configuration specified in attached Exhibit B with the prior written approval of City. Tenant shall submit to City a written request for any such change and any supplemental materials as may be requested, for City's evaluation and approval. City shall have sixty (60) days after receipt of all requested materials in which to respond to such request and unless City so notifies Tenant to the contrary such approval shall be deemed granted. Except as may be required by FAA or FCC requirements, no lights or signs may be installed on the Premises or as part of the Equipment. In connection therewith, Tenant has the right to do all work necessary to prepare and maintain the Premises for Tenant's business operations and to install transmission lines connecting the antennas to the transmitters and receivers, after reasonable notice to the City. All of Tenant's construction and installation work shall be performed at Tenant's sole cost and expense and in a good and workmanlike manner, in the reasonable determination of the City. Tenant shall also submit a construction schedule to the City for the City's approval, which approval shall not be unreasonably delayed or withheld. 8. Premises Access. Tenant shall have reasonable access to the Premises 24-hours-a-day, 7-days-a-week. City retains and reserves the right to access the Premises at all times, but any access to Tenant's Equipment will be with Tenant accompaniment. 9. Utilities. Tenant shall, at its expense, separately meter charges for the consumption of electricity and other utilities associated with its use of the Premises and shall timely pay all costs associated therewith. 10. Maintenance. Tenant shall, at its own expense, maintain the Premises and Equipment on or attached to the Premises in a safe condition, in good repair and in a manner suitable to City. Additionally, Tenant shall keep the Premises free of debris, graffiti and anything of a dangerous, noxious or offensive nature or which would create a hazard or undue vibration, heat, noise or any interference with City services. Tenant shall have sole responsibility for the maintenance, repair, and security of its Equipment and leasehold improvements, and shall keep the same in good repair and condition during the Lease term. 11. Compliance with Laws. Tenant's use of the Premises is subject to its obtaining all certificates, permits, zoning, and other approvals that may be required by any federal, state or local authority. Tenant shall erect, maintain and operate its Equipment in accordance with applicable site standards, statutes, ordinances, rules and regulations now or hereinafter in effect as may be issued by the Federal Communications Commission, the City, or any other federal, state or other governing bodies. Tenant specifically waives any right to claim that any aspect of this Lease is contrary to any provision of any local, state or federal law (including the Telecommunications Act SITE LEASE AGREEMENT - 4 - 11/2022 TMO Site ID: SE04753A CITY OF Federal Way CITY HALL 33325 8th Avenue South Federal Way, WA 98003-6325 (253) 835-7000 www cityoflederalway com of 1996) in effect as of the date of this Agreement. In addition, Tenant specifically acknowledges that all or a portion of the premises is right-of-way subject to City's regulatory authority. Nothing herein shall be deemed to limit, impair or affect City's authority to franchise or otherwise permit usage of rights -of -way pursuant to its regulatory authority. 12. Lease Subject to Future Ordinances. Tenant acknowledges that the City may develop rules, regulations, ordinances and specifications for the use of the right-of-way and City property which shall govern Tenant's Equipment and activities hereunder as if they were in effect at the time this Lease was executed by the City and Tenant covenants and agrees to be bound by same. 13. Interference. Tenant shall not use the Premises in any way, which interferes with the use of the Premises by City, lessees, licensees, or other entities authorized by the City with rights to the Premises prior in time to Tenant's and in compliance with the requirements of FWRC 19.255.060 as it now exists or is hereafter amended. City shall have the right pursuant to FWRC 19.255.060 to grant rights for co -location of other telecommunications facilities on the Premises but agrees such grant of rights will prohibit others from interfering with the then current equipment of Tenant. In addition, with regard to lessees or licensees whose operations commence after installation of the Equipment hereunder, Tenant shall not make any change in its operations that causes or is intended to cause material interference with such lessees or licensees. All operations by Tenant shall be in compliance with all FCC requirements. 14. Termination. a. Except as otherwise provided herein, this Lease may be terminated, without penalty to City or further liability of City, as follows: i. Upon thirty (30) days written notice by either party for failure to cure a default or breach, including non-payment of amounts due under this Lease, within that thirty (30) day period; or such longer period as may be required to diligently complete a cure commenced within the thirty (30) day period; ii. Upon ninety (90) days written notice by Tenant that the Premises are or become unusable under Tenant's design or engineering specifications for its Equipment or the communications system to which the Equipment belongs; iii. Upon thirty (30) days written notice by City if Tenant abandons, vacates or ceases using the Premises or Equipment; or if Tenant becomes the subject of a bankruptcy proceeding and the bankruptcy proceeding is not vacated within 120 days; iv. Upon thirty (30) days' notice written notice by City, for any reason as determined by the City in its reasonable discretion, including reasons involving public health, safety or welfare; SITE LEASE AGREEMENT - 5 - 11/2022 TMO Site ID: SE04753A CITY OF CITY HALL Federal ay Feder l Avenue South Federal Way, WA 98003-6325 (253) 835-7000 www cityoffederalway com v. Upon 10 days' written notice by City, in the event of an emergency, as determined by the City in its reasonable discretion; vi. Upon thirty (30) days written notice by City if Tenant fails to comply with all applicable federal, state, and local laws, including, without limitation, all governmental codes, ordinances, resolutions, standards and polices as now existing or hereafter adopted or amended, including, without limitation, all requirements of the FCC and the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA). vii. Upon thirty (30) days written notice by Tenant of a court decision described in Section 25(g) of this Lease below, and Tenant elects to terminate this Lease as a consequence of such court decision. If Tenant elects to terminate pursuant to this subsection, Tenant agrees that neither it, its successors, heirs or assigns will seek to enter into another Site Lease Agreement with the City of Federal Way for the Premises for a period of three (3) years from the date termination is effective, and Tenant waives any claim against the City arising out of any refusal to enter into a new lease should Tenant terminate under this subsection. viii. For any other reason set forth in this Agreement. b. In the event of any termination under this Section, Tenant shall pay City all monies due as Rent up to the time of termination and/or penalties, including attorney and collection fees and any other damages incurred by City as a result of such termination. In addition, Tenant shall, at its sole expense, return the Premises to the same condition as prior to this Lease (normal wear and tear excepted), and shall remove all Equipment. C. No re-entry and taking of possession of the Premises by City shall be construed as an election on City's part to terminate this Lease, regardless of the extent of renovations and alterations by City, unless a written notice of such intention is given to Tenant by City. Notwithstanding any reletting without termination, City may at any time thereafter elect to terminate this Lease for such previous breach. 15. Indemnity and Insurance. a. Disclaimer of Lial3fl : City shall not, at any time, be liable for injury or damage occurring to any person or property from any cause whatsoever arising out of Tenant's construction, installation, maintenance, repair, use, operation, condition or dismantling of the Premises or Tenant's Equipment and Tenant expressly assumes all such risk. b. Indemnification and Hold Harmless: Tenant shall, at its sole cost and expense, indemnify and hold harmless City and its officers, boards, commissions, employees, agents, attorneys, and contractors from and against any and all liability, damages, and claims, (including, without limitation, reasonable fees and expenses of attorneys, expert witnesses and consultants), which may be asserted by reason of any willful act or omission of Tenant, its employees, agents, or contractors or which may be in any way connected with the construction, installation, operation, maintenance, repair, use, condition or dismantling of the Premises or SITE LEASE AGREEMENT - 6 - 11/2022 TMO Site ID: SE04753A CITY OF IV*lFederal Way CITY HALL 33325 8th Avenue South Federal Way, WA 98003-6325 (253) 835-7000 www dlyoffederalway com Tenant's Equipment except for claims arising from the sole negligence or willful act of City and its officers, boards, commissions, employees, agents, attorneys, and contractors. C. Insurance: During the term of this Lease, Tenant shall maintain in full force and effect and at its sole cost and expense, and including, with the exception of workers compensation insurance, the City, its officers, boards, commissions, employees and agents as additional insureds, the following types and limits of insurance: ii. Commercial general liability insurance with minimum limits of Two Million Dollars ($2,000,000) per occurrence and Five Million Dollars ($5,000,000) in the annual aggregate. Tenant may satisfy the liability requirements herein through the combination of any primary and/or excess liability policy. ii. Commercial automobile liability insurance with combined single minimum limits of Two Million Dollars ($2,000,000) per occurrence and Five Million Dollars ($5,000,000) in the annual aggregate. iii. Worker's compensation 'insurance and such other insurance as may be required by law. d. Evidence of Insurance: Certificates of insurance for each insurance policy required by this Lease, shall be filed and maintained with City prior to commencement of the term of this Lease and thereafter. e. Cancellation of Policies of Insurance: All insurance policies maintained pursuant to this Lease shall contain the following or substantially similar endorsement: "At least thirty 30 days prior written notice shall be given to City by the insurer of any cancellation, with the exception of 10 days for non-payment of premium, such notice to be given by registered mail." f. Deductibles: All insurance policies may be written with commercially reasonable deductibles g. License: All insurance policies shall be with insurers authorized to do business in the State of Washington and with a rating of A -IV unless waived by the City: h. Defense of City: In the event any action or proceeding shall be brought against the City resulting from Tenant's operations hereunder, Tenant shall, at Tenant's sole cost and expense, resist and defend the same provided, however, that Tenant shall not admit liability in any such matter on behalf of the City without the written consent of City. Nothing herein shall be deemed to prevent City from cooperating with Tenant and participating in the defense of any litigation with City's own counsel. Tenant shall pay all expenses incurred by City in response to any such actions, suits or proceedings. These expenses shall include all out-of-pocket expenses such as attorney fees and shall also include the reasonable value SITE LEASE AGREEMENT - 7 - 11/2022 TMO Site ID: SE04753A CITY OF CITY HALL Alt�Federal 1Nay Feder 8th Avenue South Federal Way, WA 98003-6325 (253) 835-7000 www cityoffederalway com of any services rendered by the City's attorney, and the actual expenses of City's agents, employees, consultants and expert witnesses, and disbursements and liabilities assumed by City in connection with such suits, actions or proceedings. 16. Holding Over. Any holding over after the expiration of the term hereof, with the consent of the City, shall be construed to be a tenancy from month to month and shall otherwise be on the terms, covenants and conditions herein specified. 17. Acceptance of Premises. Tenant accepts the Premises in the condition existing as of the Commencement Date. City makes no representation or warranty with respect to the condition of the Premises and City shall not be liable for any latent or patent defect in the Premises. 18. Sub[easing or Assignment. Tenant may not assign this Lease or sublet the Premises or Equipment, in whole or in part, without the prior written consent of City, which may not be unreasonably withheld, provided, however Tenant may assign without City's prior written consent, to a parent, to any party controlled by, or under common control with Tenant or to any party which acquires 51% or more of the stock or assets of Tenant. City may inquire into the qualifications and financial stability of a potential assignee or sublessee and reasonably request any information related to such inquiry and may also condition such approval upon the financial, legal and technical expertise of a proposed assignee or sublessee and upon the resolution of any compliance obligation under the Lease. If the City has not responded to a request to assign or sublet with a decision within forty-five (45) days, City approval shall be deemed given. Tenant may, however, upon notice to City and without City approval, mortgage or grant a security interest in this Lease and the Equipment. 19. Successors and Assigns. is. Subject to Section 18, this Lease shall be binding upon and inure to the benefit of the parties, and their respective permitted successors and assigns. 20. Non -Waiver. Failure of City to insist on strict performance of any of the conditions, covenants, terms or provisions of this Lease or to exercise any of its rights hereunder shall not waive such rights, but City shall have the right to specifically enforce such rights at any time and take such action as might be lawful or authorized, either in law, or equity. Damages are not an adequate remedy for breach. The receipt of any sum paid by Tenant to City after a breach of this Lease shall not be deemed a waiver of such breach unless expressly set forth in writing by the City. 21. Taxes. Tenant shall pay all personal property taxes (or payments in lieu of taxes) and assessments for the Premises, if any, which become due and payable during the term of this Lease attributable to the Equipment or Tenant's use of the Premises. 22. Quiet Enjoyment. Title and Authority. Tenant acknowledges that its rights are further subject to Tenant's existing easement(s) with the Bonneville Power Authority ("BPA"). In the event such easements expire or terminate, so will Tenant's rights under this Lease without any liability on the part of the City. City represents to Tenant, subject to BPA's interest in the Premises, that: a. City has authority to execute this Lease; SITE LEASE AGREEMENT - 8 - 11/2022 TMO Site ID: SE04753A CITY OF CITY HALL Fe d e ra I Way Feder l Avenue South Federal Way, WA 98003-6325 vmw� (253) 835-7000 www cityoffederalway com b. City has title to the Premises free and clear of any encumbrances, liens or mortgages, except those encumbrances, liens and mortgages and matters of record, and these and any other matters disclosed and/or otherwise apparent to Tenant; C. There is legal ingress and egress to the Premises from a right-of-way; and d. Execution and performance of this Lease will not violate any laws or agreements binding on City; e. City covenants and agrees with Tenant that upon Tenant paying the Rent and observing and performing all the terms, covenants and conditions on Tenant's part to be observed and performed, Tenant may peacefully and quietly enjoy the Premises. 23. Condemnation. In the event the Premises are taken in whole or in part by any entity by eminent domain, this Lease shall terminate as of the date title to the Premises vests in the condemning authority. Tenant shall not be entitled to any portion of the award paid for condemnation of the Premises and the City shall receive the full amount of such award. Tenant hereby expressly waives any right or claim to any portion thereof. However, Tenant shall have the right to claim and recover from the condemning authority, other than the City, such other compensation as may be separately awarded or recoverable by Tenant. If this lease terminates due to condemnation, Tenant shall promptly remove all of its Equipment from the Premises. 24. Alteration. Damage or Destruction. If the Premises or any portion thereof is altered, destroyed or damaged so as to materially hinder effective use of the Equipment through no fault or negligence of Tenant, Tenant may elect to terminate this Lease upon thirty (30) days written notice to City. In such event, Tenant shall promptly remove the Equipment from the Premises and repair any damage Tenant may have caused by such removal and any damage caused by the presence of the Equipment on the Premises. This Lease (and Tenant's obligation to pay rent) shall terminate upon Tenant's fulfillment of the obligations set forth in the preceding sentence and its other obligations hereunder, at which termination Tenant shall be entitled to the reimbursement of any Rent prepaid by Tenant. City shall have no obligation to repair any damage to any portion of the Premises. 25. Miscellaneous. a. City and Tenant respectively represent that their signatory is duly authorized and has full right, power, and authority to execute this Lease. b. With the exception of applicable and future laws, ordinances, rules, and regulations this Lease constitutes the entire agreement and understanding of the parties and supersedes all offers, negotiations, and other agreements of any kind. Except as previously set forth, there are no representations or understandings of any kind not set forth herein. Any modification of or amendment to this Lease must be in writing and executed by both parties. C. This Lease shall be construed in accordance with the laws of the State of SITE LEASE AGREEMENT - 9 - 11/2022 TMO Site ID: SE04753A 1%FCITY OF CITY HALL Federal Way ay Feder 8th Avenue South ederal Way, WA 98003-6325 (253) 835-7000 www cityoffederalway com Washington. d. Section captions and headings are intended solely to facilitate the reading thereof. Such captions and headings shall not affect the meaning or interpretation of the text herein. e. If the methods of taxation in effect at the Commencement Date of the Lease are altered so that in lieu of or as a substitute for or in addition to any portion of the property taxes and special assessments, if any, now imposed on Equipment, there is imposed a tax upon or against the rentals payable by Tenant to City, Tenant shall also pay those amounts. f. Tenant shall be responsible for obtaining all necessary approvals, authorizations and agreements from any party or entity and it is acknowledged and agreed that the City is making no representation, warranty or covenant whether any of the foregoing approvals, authorizations or agreements are required or have been obtained by Tenant from any person or entity. g. If any term of this Lease is found to be void or invalid, such invalidity shall not affect the remaining terms of this Lease, which shall continue in full force and effect. In the event that a court of competent jurisdiction determines void or invalid any term of any other Lease, where such term is substantially equivalent to a term of this Lease, the City may, at its sole option and within 30 days of notice thereof by Tenant: (i) determine that such judicial determination shall not affect the terms of this Lease, which shall continue in full force and effect; (ii) determine that a term of this Lease is invalid, but severable, and that such invalidity shall not affect the remaining terms of this Lease, which shall continue in full force and effect; or (iii) terminate this Lease pursuant to Section 14. vii above. h. This Agreement may be enforced at both law and equity. Damages are not an adequate remedy for breach. i. All actions heretofore taken or authorized by the parties to this Lease with respect to the Equipment and Premises that are the subject of this Lease are ratified, approved, and confirmed in all aspects. 26. Legislative Changes. In the event that any federal, state or local governmental entity adopts a law, ordinance, or regulation, or amends existing laws, ordinances, or regulations, and the new or amended law, ordinance, or regulation would limit, impair, or affect any of the parties' rights or obligations under this Agreement, Tenant agrees that (except for changes authorized under Section 12 above) the provisions of this Lease contract shall remain lawful and binding and enforceable on the parties, and Tenant waives any rights to claim otherwise. DATED the effective date set forth above. [signatures to follow] SITE LEASE AGREEMENT - 10 - 11/2022 TMO Site ID: SE04753A CITY of CITY HALL �A Federal Way 33325 Avenue South Federall Way, WA 98003-6325 (253) 835-7000 www atyoffederalway com CITY OF FEDERAL WAY: ATTEST: Jim Ferrell, Mayor 33325 8th Ave South Federal Way, WA 98003 APPROVED AS TO FORM: Stephanie Courtney, CMC, City Clerk City Attorney, J. Ryan Call TENANT: T-Mobile West LLC, a Delaware limited liability company By: Name: Title: Date: T-Mobile West LLC STATE OF COUNTY OF ss. I certify that I know or have satisfactory evidence that is the person who appeared before me, and said person acknowledged that he signed this instrument, on oath stated that he was authorized to execute the instrument and acknowledged it as the of T-Mobile West LLC, a Delaware limited liability company, to be the free and voluntary act of such party for the uses and purposes mentioned in the instrument. GIVEN my hand and official seal this day of Notary's signature Notary's printed name Notary Public in and for the State of My commission expires SITE LEASE AGREEMENT- TMO Site ID: SE04753A 2023. 11 /2022 CITY of CITY HALL Fe d e ra [ Wa 8th Avenue South Feder Federal Way, WA 98003-6325 (253) 835-7000 www cityoffedera/way com EXHIBIT A LEGAL DESCRIPTION OF PREMISES The property is legally described as follows: TRACTS A AND B, MEADOWPARK DIVISION 1, ACCORDING TO THE PLAT THEREOF RECORDED IN VOLUME 145 OF PLATS, PAGES 98-101, INCLUSIVE, IN KING COUNTY, WA TAX PARCEL: 542242-0900 SITE LEASE AGREEMENT - 12 - 11/2022 TMO Site ID: SE04753A CITY OF CITY HALL Federal Way Feder l Avenue South Federal Way, WA 98003-6325 (253) 835-7000 www cltyoffederalway. com EXHIBIT B SITE LOCATION WITHIN THE PREMISES, SITE PLAN, AND EQUIPMENT SITE LEASE AGREEMENT - 13 - 11/2022 TMO Site ID: SE04753A Ti Mobile. ZONING JURISDICTION: CITY OF FEDERAL WAY SITE ID: SITE NAME: SE04753A TWIN LAKES - BPA PROJECT TYPE: SITE LOCATION: FSA: ANCHOR+L600 1425 SW a4BTH STREET TAEC FEDERAL WAY, WA 9ama LEGAL DESCRIPTION: UTILITY COMPANIES: PROJECT CONTACT LIST: MEADOW PARK DIV NO, 01 POWER: BACKHAUUAAV: COMPANY PUGET SOUND ENERGY COMPANY: APPLICANT: PROPERTY OWNER: CONTACT: CONTACT: T-MOBILE USA, INC CITY OF FEDERAL WAY PHONE: PHONE: 19807 NORTH CREEK PKWY N 33325 BTH AVE SOUTH, EMAIL: EMAIL: BOTHELL, WA 98011 FEDERAL WAY, WA 98003 PHONE: 425-641-1140 (253) 835-7000 VICINITY MAP f � Y s Sw •'^� N.m..� SITE LOCATION � >. DRIVING DIRECTIONS: LOCATION MAP FROM LOCAL T-MOBILE OFFICE (19807 NORTH CREEK PKW Y N, BOTHELL, WA 98011) 1, MERGE ONTO H405S VIA THE RAMP ON THE LEFT TOWARD RENTON S. TURN RIGHT ONTO SW346TH ST 2, 1405 S BECOMES WA518W 9. TURN LEFT ONTO 10TH PL SW 3. MERGE ONTO I5 S TOWARD PORTLAND 10. TURN RIGHT ONTO SW 347TH ST 4, TAKE EX IT 142B TOWARD WA-161 S/PUYALLUP 11. TURN LEFT ONTO I2TH AVE SW 5, MERGE ONTO S 348TH ST 12 TURN RIGHT ONTO SW349TH ST 6. S 348TH ST BECOMES SW CAMPUS OR 11 TURN LEFT ONM OPAL GRAM ACCESS ROAD 7. TURN LEFT ONTO 6TH AVE SW DESTINATION WILL BE ON THE RIGHT REYIV&RO MNALLSI _r1.PiUA1—A -1—Ta FAC]L REDLINE HDTE AS INUWIN05 ARE BEIWi REyIEyYE1) APPROVED BY: DATE: SIGNATURE: APPROVED BY: DATE: SIGNATURE PROJECT MANAGER: RF ENGINEER: SITE ACOUISTION: OPERATIONS MANAGER: ZONING: DEVELOPMENT MANAGER: CONSTRUCTION MANAGER: REGULATORY: CONSTRUCTION MANAGER: 10 i l Kn•• •5n6 BELOW. Coll e.1-• ,a.. c4 TOWER OWNER: BONNEVILLE POWER ADMINISTRATION 75DO NE 41 ST ST. STE 130 VANCOUVER. WA 98662 CONTACT: JONATHAN TOOBIAN PHONE: (360)6195904 PROJECT A&E: COMPANY:TAEC CONTACT: JOEL HARTMANPE PHONE: (801) 463-102D i107 EMAIL: )uel haCrnan@sec net PROJECT INFORMATION: RF ENGINEER T-MOBILE USA, INC- CONTACT: LARRY WEST EMAIL: LARRY.WESTI6@T-MOBILE.COM SITE ACQUISITION & PERMITTING: COMPANY: TAEC CONTACT: MEAGAN DOCKTER PHONE: (206)21S-7101 EMAIL: mea9an.d,,kterQ�m n•t CONSTRUCTION MANAGER: COMPANY: TAEC CONTACT: TAYLOR FELIX PHONE: (925) 809.2889 EMAIL: layl0r.lelw@laec.nal CODE INFORMATION: ZONING CLASSIFICATION: RS7.2 BUILDING CODE: IBC 2018 CONSTRUCTION TYPE: LIB OCCUPANCY: U,S-2 JURISDICTION: CITY OF FEDERAL WAY PROPOSED BUILDING USE: UNMANNED TELECOM: SITE LOCATION (NAD83): LATITUDE: 47. 1T 18 B"N (47288556-N) LONGITUDE 122. 21' 17.6W(422354869-W) TOP OF STRUCTURE 5221'AMSL 133.0'AGL BASE OF STRUCTURE: 35AV AMBL DA-AGL PROJECT LEASE AREA: PARCEL NUMBER: 150 SF 5422420900 NEW IMPERVIOUS AREA: O SF AREA OF PARCEL: 2.39 ACRES GENERAL INFORMATION: PARKING REQUIREMENTS ARE UNCHANGED TRAFFIC IS UNAFFECTED SIGNAGE IS PROPOSED M1GAWIAI% I.r. r. SHN "ET OESORIP110N TITLE&HEET TCE NOTES&LEGE3D3 A-1 SITE PLAN A-2 ENLARGED SITE PLAN a ANT&M PLAN A -T EQUIPMENT PLAN A-4 VATIONS Ad ELEVATpHS And iDETA1L5 A•T OETAILO AA arrm S A-9 ANTENPLA LVUWPEG SPECIFICATIM0 A-10 mew FIBER FEED PENDANY CV NIECT E•1 EIEGTRICALlN1T65 EQ eICCrRIGU FsiI /IINEL SK:HEAOLEi D1AORAAG Ea rRCAL RAiaS 04 OROOYOINGPLANB IH ORpWlgNG1T1eTAll.>, RF-1 RF DBTAIL7 itF-2 RF Owxu- Y PROJECT DESCRIPTION: T-MOBILE PROPOSES (PER RFDS VS,O3-17-22) TO MODIFY AN EXISTING UNMANNED TELECOMMUNICATIONS FACILITY WITH: THE REMOVAL OF: (2) (E) FSME (5) (E) SBNHH-1 365MR (2) (E) FBBC ANTENNAS (2 PER (3) (E) FRIE SECTOR ON POS 1 AND (1) (E) FXFB POS,2) (2) (E) FXFC • (a) (E)1 S/a COAX • (1) (E) ERICSSON MINI CABLES LINK • (5) (E) D81921-DDA • (1) (E) 2G PURCELL (E15SOBP45)=S SUPPORT • IS)(E) TMAT1921B78-21A • (8)(E) BATTERIES (E1SZ01P33)TMA'S • (1) (E) RECTIFIER SHELF • (3) (E) ECC1920-VPUB • (1) (E) CSR 7705 SAR A DIPLEXERS (E)BREAKERS • (3)(E) CBC51B21X-DS-2X • (3)(E) FRLB TRIPLEXERS • (E)CONDUITS AND • (2) (E) MICROWAVE FLUSH CUT/SEAL ALL DISHES REMAINING CONDUITS • (2)(E) ULTRASITE OUTDOOR CABINET • (1) (E) ESMB THE RELOCATION OF: • (E) GPS TO (N) ICEBRIDGE POST • (1) (E) GPS TO (N) ICEBRIDGE POST CLOSEST TO HPL3 THE ADDITION OF: • (3)(N) 150HCS 2.0 TRUNK WITH- HCS 2.0 JBOX (ONE FOR EACH SECTOR) • (3)(N) 15' HCS 20 JUMPER CABLE-10AWG2PRAIRSCALE • (3)(N) 15' HCS 20 JUMPER CABLE- ZX6AWG 2PR AHFIG • (3) (N) 15' HCS 2.0 JUMPER CABLE- 2X6AWG 4PR AEHC • (3)(N) FFWSSA-R2-V1 ANTENNAS (ONE PER SECTOR ON POSITION 1) • (3) (N) AEHC ANTENNAS (ONE PER SECTOR ON POSITION 1) • (3) (N) AHLOA RADIOS BEHIND POSITION 1 ANTENNA (ONE PER - SECTOR) • (3) (N) AHFIG RADIOS BEHIND POSITION 2ANTENNA (ONE PER - SECTOR) • (1) (N) PURCELL HPL3 600A SSC (2) (N) ASIB IN HPL3 (1) (N) ASIL IN HPL3 (2) (N) ABIO IN HPL3 (3) (N) ABIA IN HPL3 13) (N) ABIC IN HPL3 • (2) (N) AMIA IN HPL3 • (1) (N) VOLTAGE BOOSTER IN HPL3 • (1) (N) EXTRA BOOSTER AMPLIFIER (1) (N) RECTIFIER SHELF • (1) (N) CSR IXRE V2 (GEN2) IN HPL3 (N)BREAKERS (1) (N) PURCELL LB3 BATTERY CABINET (4) (N) STRINGS OF BATTERIES IN LB3 (3) (N) HCS 2 0 J BOX ON HOT DIPPED GALVANIZED STRUT (1) (N) ICEBRIDGE NEAR TOWER (N) STEP UP STRUT BEHIND HPL3 (3) (N) ICEBRIDGE POST IN SOIL CLOSE TO FENCE TO LEAVE ROOM FOR CONDUIT (1) (N) TRENCHED CONDUIT BETWEEN CUBE AND HPL3 WITH (1) (N) 1"INTERDUCT (2) (N) SM LC TO LC FIBER CABLES (3) (N) SHEILUED CAT 6 CABLES (2) (N) W AWG THHN POWER CABLES (1) (N) TRENCHED CONDUIT BETWEEN (N) INTERSECT PANEL AND (N) HPL3 WITH 3/0 POWER CABLE FOR HPL3 (1) N) DIVING BOARD OVE LB3 CABINET WITH (1) (N) TECH LIGHTAND GFCI TIMER (N) GRAVEL AND WEED ARATMENT WHERE DIGGING TAKES PLACE (N) MGB BEHIND HPL3 (1) (N) TECH LIGHT NEAR (N) COVP UNDERNEATH (N) ICEBRIDGE PLAN$ PRP 1 FOR: T Mobile 19B07 NORTH CREEK PKVW N BOTHELL WA 98011 HA4 FOWARM.on Technology *#Pmoclates SEATTLE MARKET OFFICE 9725 3RD AVENUE NE, STE- 410 SEATTLE WA90115 I% ACOW IPPAO k Sm r•- O.u.fY Y P•A••s, WI•;c THESE DOCUMENTS ARE CONFIDENTIAL AND ARE THE BOLE PROPERTY OF T-MOBILE AND MAY NOT BE REPRODUCED, DISSEMINATED OR REDISTRIBUTED WITHOUTTHE EXPRESS WRITTEN CONSENT OF T-MOBILE. 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COMMITTEE: FEDRAC MEETING DATE: November 28, 2023 CATEGORY: ® Consent ❑ Ordinance ❑ Public Hearing ❑ City Council Business ❑ Resolution ❑ Other STAFF REPORT BY: J. Ryan Call DEPT: Law Attachments: 1. Staff Report 2. Proposed Site Lease Agreement Options Considered: 1. Approve the proposed Site Lease Agreement and authorize the Mayor to execute. 2. Do not approve proposed Site Lease Agreement and provide direction to staff. MAYOR'S RECOMMEND TION: Option 1. MAYOR APPROVAL: a A, DIRECTOR APPROVAL: `� C 2 vb ' Cam tlec " Ceemcil Initia]IRate Initial/Date Initial/Date COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION: I move to forward the proposed T-Mobile LLC Site Lease Agreement for Lakota Park to the, December 5, 2023 consent agenda for approval. PROPOSED COUNCIL MOTION: "I move approval of the proposed T-Mobile LLC Site Lease Agreement for Lakota Park and authorize the Mayor to sign said agreement. " _ (BELOW TO BE COMPLETED BY CITY CLERK'S OFFICE) COUNCIL ACTION: ❑ APPROVED COUNCIL BILL # ❑ DENIED First reading ❑ TABLED/DEFERRED/NO ACTION 'Enactment reading ❑ MOVED TO SECOND READING (ordinances only) ORDINANCE # REVISED - 4/2019 RESOLUTION # CITY OF FEDERAL WAY MEMORANDUM DATE: November 28, 2023 TO: City Council Members VIA: Jim Ferrell, Mayor FROM: J. Ryan Call, City Attorney V ix " Z 123 SUBJECT: T-Mobile West LLC Site Lease Agreement — Lakota Park Financial Impacts: The revenue to the City for T-Mobile West LLC Site Lease Agreement — Lakota Park will be $3,603.97 per month with an annual increase of 4% on January Is' of each calendar year during the term and renewal terms of the lease. Background Information: This item was previously presented to LUTC, but pulled from the Regular Council agenda when T-Mobile presented further proposed changes to the contract after its presentation to LUTC. Those proposed items were reviewed and rejected by city staff and the item is back at council committee with a recommendation from staff for approval. T-Mobile West LLC seeks to continue leasing property from the City through a site lease agreement for a portion of property located at Lakota Park to allow for operation of certain equipment for use in connection with its wireless communication services. Exhibits A and B of the proposed site lease agreement indicate the exact location of the leased space. The proposed site lease agreement is for a five-year term that includes the option of three additional five-year terms. This agreement is substantially similar to other site lease agreements currently in effect for other companies. The City has had a site lease agreement in place with T-Mobile West LLC (formerly Voicestream PCS III) for this location since 2000. Rev. 7/18 CITY of CITY HALL A. Fe d e ra I Way 33325 Avenue South Federall Way, WA 98003-6325 �� (253) 835-7000 www. cilyoffederal way. com SITE LEASE AGREEMENT This Site LeaseAgreement("Lease" or "Agreement") is made between the City of Federal Way, a Washington municipal corporation ("City"), and T-Mobile West LLC, a Delaware limited liability company ("Tenant"). The City and Tenant are located and do business at the below addresses which shall be valid for any notice required under this Agreement: T-MOBILE WEST LLC: T-Mobile USA, Inc. 12920 SE 38th St. Bellevue, WA 98006 Attn: Lease Compliance/SE04653A Re: Lakota Park Site 1-877-373-0093 (telephone) 1-813-353-6449 (facsimile) CITY OF FEDERAL WAY: Taryn Weatherford 33325 8th Ave. S. Federal Way, WA 98003-6325 (253) 835-2562 (telephone) Taryn . weat he rford(a)c i tyoffed a ra lway.com City is the owner in fee simple of a parcel of land located in the City legally described on the attached Exhibit A (the "Premises"). Tenant desires to lease space on and air space above the Premises as described below for the installation and operation of certain equipment which includes requisite antennas, and connecting cables and appurtenances (collectively, "Equipment") for use in connection with its wireless telephone communications service ("Service"). In consideration of their mutual covenants, the parties agree as follows: 1. Leased Premises. City leases to Tenant and Tenant leases from City, on a non-exclusive basis, a portion of the Premises, together with necessary space and rights for access and utilities, as described and depicted in attached Exhibit B. Tenant may locate its Equipment on the Premises in the manner as described specifically in the attached Exhibit B. Tenant may not add Equipment in addition to that shown on Exhibit B other than as may be approved in writing by the City, which approval may be withheld in the City's sole and absolute discretion. 2. Term. This Lease shall be five (5) years and shall commence on (the "Commencement Date") and shall end at 12:00 a.m. (midnight) on the fifth (5th) anniversary of the Commencement Date. This Lease will automatically renew for three (3) additional five (5) year terms (each five (5) year term shall be defined as an "Extension Term"), upon the same terms and conditions unless Tenant notifies Landlord in writing of Tenant's intention not to renew this Agreement at least six (6) months prior to the expiration of the Initial Term or then -existing Extension Term. The City may refuse to renew (i) in the event of breach of the Lease during the preceding term, or (ii) any other reason determined by the City in its reasonable discretion. Any such refusal shall be in writing and shall be sent to Tenant at least sixty (60) days prior to expiration of the then current five (5) year term. 3. Rent. SITE LEASE AGREEMENT - 1 - 11/2022 TMO Site ID: SE04653A - Lakota Park CITY OF e ra l a C L 33325 8th Avenue South 1% �. Federaldecal WWay, WA 98003-6325 (253)835-7000 www.cityoffederalway com a. Starting on the Commencement Date and on the first day of each month thereafter, Tenant shall pay to City as rent $3603.97 Three Thousand Six Hundred Three and 97/100 Dollars ("Rent") per month. As this site is currently in holdover, Tenant shall make all payments necessary to bring Rent payments current within thirty (30) days of executing this Lease. Any rent previously paid from and after the Commencement Date shall be offset against the new Rent. Rent for any fractional month at the beginning or at the end of the Term or Renewal Term, if any, shall be prorated. Rent shall be payable to the City at 33325 8th Ave S, Federal Way, Washington 98003; Attention: Finance Department. Tenant shall pay the City a late payment charge equal to five percent (5%) of the amount due for any payment not paid when due. Any amounts not paid when due shall also bear interest until paid at the lesser of the rate of two percent (2%) per month or the highest rate permitted by law. b. The Rent shall be increased by four percent (4%) per year throughout the Term of this Lease and Renewal Terms (if any). Each 4% increase shall become effective January 1st of each calendar year. C. Tenant previously paid the City one month's rent as a security deposit in the amount of Nine Hundred Seventy -Five and 00/100 Dollars ($975.00). Within thirty (30) days of executing this Lease, Tenant shall submit to the City a supplement to the Security Deposit for this site in the amount of Two Thousand Six Hundred Twenty -Eight and 97/100 Dollars ($2,628.97) to raise the deposit to the standard amount of one month's rent. The Security Deposit shall be refunded at the termination of this Lease if Tenant is not in default of the Lease. In the event Tenant fails to pay Rent or other charges when due, cure periods considered, the City shall deduct such amount from the Security Deposit, and Tenant agrees to immediately refund to the City any such deduction from the Security Deposit. The Security Deposit shall be held by the City without liability for interest. 4. Permitted Use of Premises. a. Tenant shall use that portion of the Premises leased herein for the installation, operation, and maintenance of its Equipment to provide Service. The Equipment and Premises may not be used for cable television services. Upon installation of Equipment, Tenant shall replace all lamps within City -owned light fixtures, if any have been removed or broken by Tenant's installation of Equipment. b. Tenant shall, at its expense, comply with all applicable present and future federal, state, and local laws, ordinances, rules and regulations (including laws and ordinances relating to zoning, aesthetics, landscaping, fencing, permits, removal and abandonment, screening, health, radio frequency emissions, other radiation and safety) in connection with the provision of Service and the use, operation, maintenance, construction and/or installation of Equipment on the Premises. Tenant shall obtain all required governmental approvals, authorizations, licenses and permits at Tenant's expense. City agrees to reasonably cooperate with Tenant in obtaining, at Tenant's expense, including reimbursement of City's reasonable attorney, administrative and other related fees, any licenses and permits required by Tenant's use of the Premises. Said cooperation shall in no way infer any special consideration or deviation from the land use and building construction permit approval process of the City that is applicable to the intended use of the SITE LEASE AGREEMENT - 2 - 11/2022 TMO Site ID: SE04653A - Lakota Park CITY OF CITY HALL �A ` Feder l Avenue South Federal Way, WA 98003-6325 Federal Way (253) 835-7000 www.cityoffederalway com Premises by Tenant. C. Tenant shall remove the Equipment from the Premises upon termination of the Lease. Upon removal of the Equipment, Tenant shall restore the Premises to its original condition, excepting normal wear and tear, and to the reasonable satisfaction of the City. All costs and expenses for the removal -and restoration to be performed by Tenant shall be borne by Tenant. If however, Tenant requests permission not to remove all or a portion of the improvements, and City consents to such non -removal, title to the affected improvements shall thereupon transfer to City and the same thereafter shall be the sole and entire property of City, and Tenant shall be relieved of its duty to otherwise remove same. d. The City reserves the right to use the property for such purposes as it shall desire including, but not limited to, constructing or installing structures and facilities on the property, or developing, improving, repairing or altering the property. In furtherance of such rights, the Tenant will, upon the City's demand and at the Tenant's sole cost and expense, remove, repair, or relocate, the Equipment pursuant to the City's request and within the reasonable time period prescribed by the City. However, such removal shall not be required to accommodate another carrier. 5. Relocation. In the event City desires to redevelop, modify, remodel or in any way alter the Property and/or any improvements located thereon ("Redevelopment"), City shall in good faith use its best efforts to fully accommodate Tenant's continuing use of the Premises. Should any proposed Redevelopment necessitate the relocation of the Tenant's Equipment, Tenant and City shall use best efforts to find a mutually acceptable alternate location for the Tenant's Equipment. Tenant shall relocate or make the necessary alterations, at Tenant's sole cost, expense and risk; provided, however, that City has provided Tenant with no less than ninety (90) days prior written notice of City's proposed Redevelopment. In the event that Tenant and City cannot agree on an alternate location for Tenant's Equipment on the Property using best efforts, either party may terminate this Lease, the effective termination date being ninety (90) days after Tenant's receipt of City's notice of the proposed Redevelopment. If the parties agree on an acceptable alternate location for Tenant's Equipment, Tenant and City agree to use their best efforts to amend this Lease to document the new, alternate Equipment location, and from and after the date Tenant begins installation of its Equipment at such new location, such new location shall be deemed the Premises (or part thereof, as applicable) herein. 6. Restoration. In the event that Tenant causes damage of any kind during the course of installing, operating or maintaining the Equipment, including damage to the premises caused by cutting, boring, jack hammering, excavation or other work, and including latent damage not immediately apparent at the time of the work, Tenant shall repair the damage and/or restore the right-of-way at its sole cost and expense, without delay or interruption and within the reasonable time period prescribed by the City. Restoration of the premises shall be to a condition, which is equivalent to or better than the condition of the premises prior to commencing the installation, operation or maintenance of the Equipment and to a condition satisfactory to the City. Restoration of the right-of-way surface shall either include six inches (6") of crushed surfacing top course and three inches (3 ") of asphalt, class "AB", or be replaced to the original condition, at the City's sole discretion. Whenever part of a square or slab or existing concrete sidewalk or driveway is cut or SITE LEASE AGREEMENT - 3 - 11/2022 TMO Site ID: SE04653A - Lakota Park Cltr of CITY HALL Federal edaral ■ � ■� 33325 Avenue South F� �`yJ y Federall Way, WA 98003-6325 (253) 835-7000 www cilyoffederalway com damaged, the entire square or slab shall be removed and replaced. All materials and compacting shall be in accordance with the "Standards and Specifications for Road, Bridge, and Municipal Construction," as amended. 7. Improvements. Tenant may update or replace the Equipment from time to time without further approvals provided that the replacement facilities are not greater in number or size or different in type, shape, color, or height than the existing facilities and that any change in their location on the Premises is approved in writing by City. Subject to the foregoing, Tenant may change the Equipment configuration specified in attached Exhibit B with the prior written approval of City. Tenant shall submit to City a written request for any such change and any supplemental materials as may be requested, for City's evaluation and approval. City shall have sixty (60) days after receipt of all requested materials in which to respond to such request and unless City so notifies Tenant to the contrary such approval shall be deemed granted. Except as may be required by FAA or FCC requirements, no lights or signs may be installed on the Premises or as part of the Equipment. In connection therewith, Tenant has the right to do all work necessary to prepare and maintain the Premises for Tenant's business operations and to install transmission lines connecting the antennas to the transmitters and receivers, after reasonable notice to the City. All of Tenant's construction and installation work shall be performed at Tenant's sole cost and expense and in a good and workmanlike manner, in the reasonable determination of the City. Tenant shall also submit a construction schedule to the City for the City's approval, which approval shall not be unreasonably delayed or withheld. 8. Premises Access. Tenant shall have reasonable access to the Premises 24-hours-a-day, 7-days-a-week. City retains and reserves the right to access the Premises at all times, but any access to Tenant's Equipment will be with Tenant accompaniment. 9. Utilities. Tenant shall, at its expense, separately meter charges for the consumption of electricity and other utilities associated with its use of the Premises and shall timely pay all costs associated therewith. 10. Maintenance. Tenant shall, at its own expense, maintain the Premises and Equipment on or attached to the Premises in a safe condition, in good repair and in a manner suitable to City. Additionally, Tenant shall keep the Premises free of debris, graffiti and anything of a dangerous, noxious or offensive nature or which would create a hazard or undue vibration, heat, noise or any interference with City services. Tenant shall have sole responsibility for the maintenance, repair, and security of its Equipment and leasehold improvements, and shall keep the same in good repair and condition during the Lease term. 11. Compliance with Laws. Laws. Tenant's use of the Premises is subject to its obtaining all certificates, permits, zoning, and other approvals that may be required by any federal, state or local authority. Tenant shall erect, maintain and operate its Equipment in accordance with applicable site standards, statutes, ordinances, rules and regulations now or hereinafter in effect as may be issued by the Federal Communications Commission, the City, or any other federal, state or other governing bodies. Tenant specifically waives any right to claim that any aspect of this Lease is contrary to any provision -of any local, state or federal law (including the Telecommunications Act of 1996) in effect as of the date of this Agreement. In addition, Tenant specifically acknowledges SITE LEASE AGREEMENT - 4 - 11/2022 TMO Site ID: SE04653A - Lakota Park CITY or CITY HALL Federal 8th Avenue South Feder y Federal Way, WA 98003-6325 (253) 835-7000 www cityoffederalway com that all or a portion of the premises is right-of-way subject to City's regulatory authority. Nothing herein shall be deemed to limit, impair or affect City's authority to franchise or otherwise permit usage of rights -of -way pursuant to its regulatory authority. 12. Lease Subject to Future Ordinances. Tenant acknowledges that the City may develop rules, regulations, ordinances and specifications for the use of the right-of-way and City property which shall govern Tenant's Equipment and activities hereunder as if they were in effect at the time this Lease was executed by the City and Tenant covenants and agrees to be bound by same. 13. Interference. Tenant shall not use the Premises in any way, which interferes with the use of the Premises by City; lessees, licensees, or other entities authorized by the City with rights to the Premises prior in time to Tenant's and in compliance with the requirements of FWRC 19.255.060 as it now exists or is hereafter amended. City shall have the right pursuant to FWRC 19.255.060 to grant rights for co -location of other telecommunications facilities on the Premises but agrees such grant of rights will prohibit others from interfering with the then current equipment of Tenant. In addition, with regard to lessees orlicensees whose operations commence after installation of the Equipment hereunder, Tenant shall not make any change in its operations that causes or is intended to cause material interference with such lessees or licensees. All operations by Tenant shall be in compliance with all FCC requirements. 14. Termination. a. Except as otherwise provided herein, this Lease may be terminated, without penalty to City or further liability of City, as follows: i. Upon thirty (30) days written notice by either party for failure to cure a default or breach, including non-payment of amounts due under this Lease, within that thirty (30) day period; or such longer period as may be required to diligently complete a cure commenced within the thirty (30) day period; ii. Upon ninety (90) days written notice by Tenant that the Premises are or become unusable under Tenant's design or engineering specifications for its Equipment or the communications system to which the Equipment belongs; iii. Upon thirty (30) days written notice by City if Tenant abandons, vacates or ceases using the Premises or Equipment; or if Tenant becomes the subject of a bankruptcy proceeding and the bankruptcy proceeding is not vacated within 120 days; iv. Upon thirty (30) days' notice written notice by City, for any reason as determined by the City in its reasonable discretion, including reasons involving public health, safety or welfare; v. Upon 10 days' written notice by City, in the event of an emergency, as SITE LEASE AGREEMENT - 5 - 11/2022 TMO Site ID: SE04653A - Lakota Park CITY OF CITY HALL Federal Way Feder 8th Avenue South Federal Way, WA 98003-6325 (253) 835-7000 www.cityoffederalway.com determined by the City in its reasonable discretion; vi. Upon thirty (30) days written notice by City if Tenant fails to comply with all applicable federal, state, and local laws, including, without limitation, all governmental codes, ordinances, resolutions, standards and polices as now existing or hereafter adopted or amended, including, without limitation, all requirements of the FCC and the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA). vii. Upon thirty (30) days written notice by Tenant of a court decision described in Section 25(g) of this Lease below, and Tenant elects to terminate this Lease as a consequence of such court decision. If Tenant elects to terminate pursuant to this subsection, Tenant agrees that'neither it, its successors, heirs or assigns will seek to enter into another Site Lease Agreement with the City of Federal Way for the Premises for a period of three (3) years from the date termination is effective, and Tenant waives any claim against the City arising out of any refusal to enter into a new lease should Tenant terminate under this subsection. viii. For any other reason set forth in this Agreement. b. In the event of any termination under this Section, Tenant shall pay City all monies due as Rent up to the time of termination and/or penalties, including attorney and collection fees and any other damages incurred by City as a result of such termination. In addition, Tenant shall, at its sole expense, return the Premises to the same condition as prior to this Lease (normal wear and tear excepted), and shall remove all Equipment. C. No re-entry and taking of possession of the Premises by City shall be construed as an election on City's part to terminate this Lease, regardless of the extent of renovations and alterations by City, unless a written notice of such intention is given to Tenant by City. Notwithstanding any reletting without termination, City may at any time thereafter elect to terminate this Lease for such previous breach. 15. Indemnity and Insurance. a. Disclaimer of Liability: City shall not, at any time, be liable for injury or damage occurring to any person or property from any cause whatsoever arising out of Tenant's construction, installation, maintenance, repair, use, operation, condition or dismantling of the Premises or Tenant's Equipment and Tenant expressly assumes all such risk. b. Indemnification and Hold Harmless: Tenant shall, at its sole cost and expense, indemnify and hold harmless City and its officers, boards, commissions, employees, agents, attorneys, and contractors from and against any and all liability, damages, and claims, (including, without limitation, reasonable fees and expenses of attorneys, expert witnesses and consultants), which may be asserted by reason of any willful act or omission of Tenant, its employees, agents, or contractors or which may be in any way connected with the construction, installation, operation, maintenance, repair, use, condition or dismantling of the Premises or Tenant's Equipment except for claims arising from the sole negligence or willful act of City and SITE LEASE AGREEMENT - 6 - 11/2022 TMO Site ID: SE04653A - Lakota Park CITY OF Federal Way CITY HALL 33325 8th Avenue South Federal Way, WA 98003-6325 (253)835-7000 www.cityoffederatway com its officers, boards, commissions, employees, agents, attorneys, and contractors. C. Insurance: During the term of this Lease, Tenant shall maintain in full force and effect and at its sole cost and expense, and including, with the exception of workers compensation insurance, the City, its officers, boards, commissions, employees and agents as additional insureds, the following types and limits of insurance: ii. Commercial general liability insurance with minimum limits of Two Million Dollars ($2,000,000) per occurrence and Five Million Dollars ($5,000,000) in the annual aggregate. Tenant may satisfy the liability requirements herein through the combination of any primary and/or excess liability policy. ii. Commercial automobile liability insurance with combined single minimum limits of Two Million Dollars ($2,000,000) per occurrence and Five Million Dollars ($5,000,000) in the annual aggregate. iii. Worker's compensation insurance and such other insurance as may be required by law. d. Evidence of Insurance: Certificates of insurance for each insurance policy required by this Lease, shall be filed and maintained with City prior to commencement of the term of this Lease and thereafter. e. Cancellation of Policies of Insurance: All insurance policies maintained pursuant to this Lease shall contain the following or substantially similar endorsement: "At least thirty 30 days prior written notice shall be given to City by the insurer of any cancellation, with the exception of 10 days for non-payment of premium, such notice to be given by registered mail." f. Deductibles: All insurance policies may be written with commercially reasonable deductibles. g. License: All insurance policies shall be with insurers authorized to do business in the State of Washington and with a rating of A -IV unless waived by the City. h. Defense of City: In the event any action or proceeding shall be brought against the City resulting from Tenant's operations hereunder, Tenant shall, at Tenant's sole cost and expense, resist and defend the same provided, however, that Tenant shall not admit liability in any such matter on behalf of the City without the written consent of City. Nothing herein shall be deemed to prevent City from cooperating with Tenant and participating in the defense of any litigation with City's own counsel. Tenant shall pay all expenses incurred by City in response to any such actions, suits or proceedings. These expenses shall include all out-of-pocket expenses such as attorney fees and shall also include the reasonable value of any services rendered by the City's attorney, and the actual expenses of City's agents, SITE LEASE AGREEMENT - 7 - 11/2022 TMO Site ID: SE04653A - Lakota Park CITY of CITY HALL Federal Way Feder l Avenue South Federal Way, WA 98003-6325 (253) 835-7000 www. cltyoffederalway com employees, consultants and expert witnesses, and disbursements and liabilities assumed by City in connection with such suits, actions or proceedings. 16. Holding Over. Any holding over after the expiration of the term hereof, with the consent of the City, shall be construed to be a tenancy from month to month and shall otherwise be on the terms, covenants and conditions herein specified. 17. Acceptance of Premises. Tenant accepts the Premises in the condition existing as of the Commencement Date. City makes no representation or warranty with respect to the condition of the Premises and City shall not be liable for any latent or patent defect in the Premises. 18. Subleasing or Assignment. Tenant may not assign this Lease or sublet the Premises or Equipment, in whole or in part, without the prior written consent of City, which may not be unreasonably withheld, provided, however Tenant may assign without City's prior written consent, to a parent, to any party controlled by, or under common control with Tenant or to any party which acquires 51 % or more of the stock or assets of Tenant. City may inquire into the qualifications and financial stability of a potential assignee or sublessee and reasonably request any information related to such inquiry and may also condition such approval upon the financial, legal and technical expertise of a proposed assignee or sublessee and upon the resolution of any compliance obligation under the Lease. If the City has not responded to a request to assign or sublet with a decision within forty-five (45) days, City approval shall be deemed given. Tenant may, however, upon notice to City and without City approval, mortgage or grant a security interest in this Lease and the Equipment. 19. Successors and Assigns. Subject to Section 18, this Lease shall be binding upon and inure to the benefit of the parties, and their respective permitted successors and assigns. 20. Non -Waiver. Failure of City to insist on strict performance of any of the conditions, covenants, terms or provisions of this Lease or to exercise any of its rights hereunder shall not waive such rights, but City shall have the right to specifically enforce such rights at any time and take such action as might be lawful or authorized, either in law or equity. Damages are not an adequate remedy for breach. The receipt of any sum paid by Tenant to City after a breach of this Lease shall not be deemed a waiver of such breach unless expressly set forth in writing by the City. 21. Taxes. Tenant shall pay all personal property taxes (or payments in lieu of taxes) and assessments for the Premises, if any, which become due and payable during the term of this Lease attributable to the Equipment or Tenant's use of the Premises. 22. a«iet Enjoyment. Title and Authority. Tenant acknowledges that its rights are further subject to the Bonneville Power Authority ("BPA") transmission line easements recorded under King County Recording Numbers. 5151931 and 3252563. In the event such easements expire -or terminate, so will Tenant's rights under this Lease without any liability on the part of the City. City represents to Tenant, subject to BPA' s easements, that: a. City has authority to execute this Lease; SITE LEASE AGREEMENT - 8 - 11/2022 TMO Site ID: SE04653A - Lakota Park CITY OF 40 Federal Way CITY HALL 33325 8th Avenue South Federal Way, WA 98003-6325 (253) 835-7000 www cityoffederalway. com b. City has title to the Premises free and clear of any encumbrances, liens or mortgages, except those encumbrances, liens and mortgages and matters of record, and these and any other matters disclosed and/or otherwise apparent to Tenant; C. - -There is legal ingress and egress to the Premises from a right-of-way; and d. Execution and performance of this Lease will not violate any laws or agreements binding on City; e. City covenants and agrees with Tenant that upon Tenant paying the Rent and observing and performing all the terms, covenants and conditions on Tenant's part to be observed and performed, Tenant may peacefully and quietly enjoy the Premises. 23. Condemnation. In the event the Premises are taken in whole or in part by any entity by eminent domain, this Lease shall terminate as of the date title to the Premises vests in the condemning authority. Tenant shall not be entitled to any portion of ,the award paid for condemnation of the Premises and the City shall receive the full amount of such award. Tenant hereby expressly waives any right or claim to any portion thereof. However, Tenant shall have the right to claim and recover from the condemning authority, other than the City, such other compensation as may be separately awarded or recoverable by Tenant. If this lease terminates due to condemnation, Tenant shall promptly remove all of its Equipment from the Premises. 24. Alteration, Damage or Destruction. If the Premises or any portion thereof is altered, destroyed or damaged so as to materially hinder effective use of the Equipment through no fault or negligence of Tenant, Tenant may elect to terminate this Lease upon thirty (30) days written notice to City. In such event, Tenant shall promptly remove the Equipment from the Premises and repair any damage Tenant may have caused by such removal and any damage caused by the presence of the Equipment on the Premises. This Lease (and Tenant's obligation to pay rent) shall terminate upon Tenant's fulfillment of the obligations set forth in the preceding sentence and its other obligations hereunder, at which termination Tenant shall be entitled to the reimbursement of any Rent prepaid by Tenant. City shall have no obligation to repair any damage to any portion of the Premises. 25. Miscellaneous. a. City and Tenant respectively represent that their signatory is duly authorized and has full right, power, and authority to execute this Lease. b. With the exception of applicable and future laws, ordinances, rules, and regulations this Lease constitutes the entire agreement and understanding of the parties and supersedes. all offers, negotiations, and other agreements of any kind. Except as previously set forth, there are no representations or understandings of any kind not set forth herein. Any modification of or amendment to this Lease must be in writing and executed by both parties. C. This Lease shall be construed in accordance with the laws of the State of Washington. SITE LEASE AGREEMENT - 9 - 11/2022 TMO Site ID: SE04653A - Lakota Park CITY OF CITY HALL Fe d e ra l Wa 33325 8th Avenue South a` Federal Way, WA 98003-6325 vmw� (253) 835-7000 www cityoffederalway. com d. Section captions and headings are intended solely to facilitate the reading thereof. Such captions and headings shall not affect the meaning or interpretation of the text herein. e. If the methods of taxation in effect at the Commencement Date of the Lease are altered so that in lieu of or as a substitute for or in addition to any portion of the property taxes and special assessments, if any, now imposed on Equipment, there is imposed a tax upon or against the rentals payable by Tenant to City, Tenant shall also pay those amounts. f. Tenant shall be responsible for obtaining all necessary approvals, authorizations and agreements from any party or entity and it is acknowledged and agreed that the City is making no representation, warranty or covenant whether any of the foregoing approvals, authorizations or agreements are required or have been obtained by Tenant from any person or entity. g. If any term of this Lease is found to be void or invalid, such invalidity shall not affect the remaining terms of this Lease, which shall continue in full force and effect. In the event that a court of competent jurisdiction determines void or invalid any term of any other Lease, where such term is substantially equivalent to a term of this Lease, the City may, at its sole option and within 30 days of notice thereof by Tenant: (i) determine that such judicial determination shall not affect the terms of this Lease, which shall continue in full force and effect; (ii) determine that a term of this Lease is invalid, but severable, and that such invalidity shall not affect the remaining terms of this Lease, which shall continue in full force and effect; or (iii) terminate this Lease pursuant to Section 14. vii above. h. This Agreement may be enforced at both law and equity. Damages are not an adequate remedy for breach. i. All actions heretofore taken or authorized by the parties to this Lease with respect to the Equipment and Premises that are the subject of this Lease are ratified, approved, and confirmed in all aspects. 26. Legislative Changes. In the event that any federal, state or local governmental entity adopts a law, ordinance, or regulation, or amends existing laws, ordinances, or regulations, and the new or amended law, ordinance, or regulation would limit, impair, or affect any of the parties' rights or obligations under this Agreement, Tenant agrees that (except for changes authorized under Section 12 above) the provisions of this Lease contract shall remain lawful and binding and enforceable on the parties, and Tenant waives any rights to claim otherwise. DATED the effective date set forth above. [signatures to follow] SITE LEASE AGREEMENT - 10 - 11/2022 TMO Site ID: SE04653A - Lakota Park CITY OF Federal Way ATTEST: Stephanie Courtney, CMC, City Clerk CITY HALL 33325 8th Avenue South Federal Way, WA 98003-6325 (253) 835-7000 www a1yoflederalway com CITY OF FEDERAL WAY: Un Jim Ferrell, Mayor 33325 8th Ave South Federal Way, WA 98003 APPROVED AS TO FORM: City Attorney, J. Ryan Call TENANT: T-Mobile West LLC, a Delaware limited liability company By: Name: Title: Date: T-Mobile West LLC STATE OF ) ss. COUNTY OF ) I certify that I know or have satisfactory evidence that is the person who appeared before me, and said person acknowledged that he signed this instrument, on oath stated that he was authorized to execute the instrument and acknowledged it as the of T-Mobile West LLC, a Delaware limited liability company, to be the free and voluntary act of such party for the uses and purposes mentioned in the instrument. GIVEN my hand and official seal this day of 92023. Notary's signature Notary's printed name Notary Public in and for the State of My commission expires SITE LEASE AGREEMENT - 11 - 11/2022 TMO Site ID: SE04653A - Lakota Park CITY OF CITY HALL �.._. Federal 'Way Feder l Avenue South Federal Way, WA 98003-6325 (253) 835-7000 www.cityoffederalway com EXHIBIT A LEGAL DESCRIPTION OF PREMISES The property is legally described as follows: THAT PORTION OF THE NORTHEAST QUARTER OF THE SOUTHEAST QUARTER OF SECTION 12, TOWNSHIP 21 NORTH, RANGE 3 EAST, W.M., IN KING COUNTY, WASHINGTON, LYING EASTERLY OF 21s" AVENUE SOUTHWEST, SOUTHWESTERLY OF ROBERT MALTBY ROAD (ALSO KNOWN AS SOUTHWEST DASH POINT ROAD) AND SOUTHERLY OF SOUTHWEST 312TH STREET; AND THAT PORTION OF SAID SUBDIVISION LYING NORTH EASTERLY OF COUNTY ROAD NO. 980 (ALSO KNOWN AS 211T AVENUE SOUTHWEST), SOUTHERLY OF SOUTHWEST 312TH STREET AND NORTHWESTERLY OF ROBERT MALTBY ROAD (ALSO KNOWN AS DASH POINT ROAD). TAX PARCEL: 1221039016 SITE LEASE AGREEMENT - 12 - 11/2022 TMO Site ID: SE04653A - Lakota Park CITY OF CITY HALL Fe d e ra Way Feder 8th Avenue South Federal Way, WA 98003-6325 (253) 835-7000 www. cifyoffederaMoy- com EXHIBIT B SITE LOCATION WITHIN THE PREMISES, SITE PLAN, AND EQUIPMENT SITE LEASE AGREEMENT - 13 - 11/2022 TMO Site ID: SE04653A - Lakota Park T R -Mobile-, A T m - Mob i le eQTHELLY RYKA*CONSULTING SITE NAME: LAKOTA PARK Fwn IIREF,EaTa D.. SITE ADDRESS: 31334 SW DASH POINT RD FEDERAL WAY, WA 98023 m G ! 1 MORRISON HERSHFIELD T-MOBILE SITE NUMBER: SE04653A 69D 9T SEATTENA.E 1 E200 6FATTLE, WA9 IDI .e29929e rnD PROJECT: ANCHOR/ L600 KYIRI DN,MPW,nFnneMaam IN. PRaNELT NDMNge z6D119ADD PROJECT INFORMATION VICINITY MAP DIRECTIONS INDEX OF DRAWINGS A q­ SITE NAME LAKOTA PARK T DIRECTIONS TO SITE (FROM T-MOBILE OFFICE. BOTHELL. WA): SHEET DESCRIPTION O 0➢/21I2] f�k &1 Lpr,' SITE ADDRESS: 31334 SW BASH POINT RD • HEAD SOUTHON 120TH AVE HE FEDERAL WAY, WA 90023 RIG ON. JEST TURLSTU" LOT 7 WMCSIBM 11M LEFT OMO THE 1MHRSTATE Wi 5 1-1 TIRE SHEET COUNTY: KING COUNTY —DE! 4T 19' 13.6- N (47,320H4') G • R` fljM s T-2 RAL GENENOTES LONGITUDE 12T 21' 37.2• W 1-122 ]fi0J3]')KEEP ADELAIDE BUENNA LCrF Gk Y A-t 5E PLAN ELEVATON: t26DO' AMSL 1ERLICTLAIE lKgO' 91'-e' (TOP OF POLE) ACEP l� 1xKE FINE CM KMRO 1-5 9 TORARO PORMND A-1.1 ENIARGED PWN JURISDICTIDN: FEDERAL WAY W'9E w T47 rm S mND 21 • W4 wr TWA FOR 5 2T2N0 51 1-1 2 EOUIPNENT PUN PARCEL 1221039016 S • VX NE LCH T LANES 10 TORK LEFT ONTO HWY 99 A TOWER PROFILE SET NOT TO BE USED FOR CONSTRUCTION PARCEL SIZE: 3285 ACRES G/wA-aernAOATc �. A UNLESS SIGNED BY DESIGN PROFESSIONAL AND STAMPED AF—ED BY MUNICIPADTY ZONING: SE a� . 1MIIN IL4,'INI OIYEO S "I 20XYF RD TWH LEFT AT 115T pT -p A-3 CONSTRUCTON DETAILS OCCUPANC: U ,ti � MIRROR LAKE ' A-4 A-5 CONSTRUCTION DETAINS UCENSURE: LYIMATMW:SIDY WFOR�IYYA AfEU V CCNSTHlCRW: IXISRNG/NO CHANGE - rs sATE A-6 CONSTRUCTION DETAILS CONSTRUCTION DETAIIS CON STRTYPE V-B _ t PROPOSEEDD USE: UNMANNED TELECONMUNIG110N5 FACILITY A-] CONSTRUCTION DETALS ��� (') y p'A NMNCYAP OEWEIEMLULS. FMILIF IS AND MR HUMAN UANNEDHANDICAPPED LakoLQ M1OOle ScnoO1 A-B CONSTRUCTION DETAILS ,� 1 I HABITATAAA ION. ACCESS REQUIRED PF-1 ANTENNA CONFIGURARDN C+� TOWER OWNER: Cf1Y OF FEDERAL WAY RF-2 PLUMBIC DIAGRAM 33325 BM AVE SOUTH FEDERAL WAY. WA 96003 „ RF-3 TYPKAL SECTOR SFP E-I ECINPMENT ELECTRICAL/CROUNOWG PLAN PROPERTY OWNER: CITY OF FEDERAL WAY 3J325 BTH AVE SOUTH - E-2 WIRING DIAGRAMS 14E;TL •T; FEDERAL WAY, WA SHOO] E-3 WIRING DIAGRAMS JAQYAL APPLICANT: T-MOBILE 19507 NORTH CREEK PKWY N ' E-4 ANTENNA GROUNDING SCHEMARC BOTHELL. WA 98DII MDT 70 WALE NWN I E-5 GROUNDING DETAILS PROJECT TEAM SCOPE OF WORK APPROVALS CODE COMPLIANCE T-MOBILE PROPOSES TO MODIFY AN UIONG UNMANNED TEIECOMMUNICAPONS FACRHY WRH THE FOLLDIIING:SITE [7��7KOTAPARK ACQUISITION: PRW[CT CONSULUNT •REPIACE(3) HEX W/ (3) OCTOAPPRUVAL SIGNATURE DATE PERFORMED AND INSTALIED ALL WORK AND MATHE PROTECT MANAGER RYNA CONSULTING AU9RI90. 4 INfR➢IFIMD CORN`. • INSTALL (3) OUAO CC C RENT CO ACCORDANCE WRH THE CURRENT CONDITIONS OF THE FOLLOWING CODES AS M28 AIRPORT WAY S. STATE 112 wo 5T[RM(IT 11. 3ANTE 200 SFATTLE. WA 9B10B SFATRE. WA %IDI INSTALL (JI AEHC ACME ANTENNA/RADIO REMOVE (]) FRU, (3) FRLB, (1) F M ADOPTED BY THE LOCAL GOVERNING AUTHORMES NOTHING IN THESE PLANS IS TO BE CONSTRUED TO PERMIT WORK NOT CONFORMING TO THESE CODES: T-MOLE � R T^ILL THL 10. CONTACT: JESSICA PIERCE CONTACT: ROY LORETE • RELOCATE (11 FXFR TO GRACE LEVEL • INSTALL (J) AHRG, (3) AHLOA �paKj,CNSpryWE YN99NCIDN STATE AND LOCAL BUILDING CODES WITN THE FOLLOWING SE04653A 511E ACOUISITIDN PHONE: (206) 523-1941 PHONE: (206) 703-9031 0�1yTRp REMOVE (1) COVP TO BE UPGRADED N 2DOA REFERENCE CODE: Horel40moFKeonMlaNfieltl com • REMWE (6) DIPLEXER PER SEPARATE ELCTRCL CONSTRUCTION MANAGER sI1E ADDRESS: 31334 SW DASH POINT RD • RELOCATE (6) DIPLEXER TO GRADE LEVEL SERACE UPCIRADE SLOPE • INSTAL (3) STriE JCX TMA OF WORK/DESIGN, UNDER • REMOVE (1) HCS 1.0 SEPARATE Fl£CIRKAL 2018 INTuftTIONLL BUEDINO CODE (IBC) 201S INTFANATIDNML MEgMNG1L CODE (WC) 2016 INTFANAMINN. FIRE CODE (AFC) i017 NATIONAL ELECTRIC CODE (NFPA 70) SIZE OWNER PERMITTING: ENGINEER: PERMIT AS REQUIRED. TO INSTALL (2) HCS 2.0 CABLES W/ PENDANTS BE 1xLWDED IN NTP FEDERAL WAY, WA 98023 i-HOWL RlYR1DPl(2Nf RYKA CONSULPNO C LANCE COOKE Sf26 AIRPORT WAY 5, SMLIE 132 MoMR,e MI Rv 6xm CORP •INSTALL (6) 7/B' COAX 1-&mf LDN6FALCCi■aM 141NIW:O1 SKZFI MW: SEATTLE. WA 9B10B PHONE (503) 595-9128 GROUND SCOPE: • UPGRADE POWER TO 200A CONTACT: CHRISHNE CONIRERAS N,eaLA4NIrNenx9•VNpAnNef can REPLACE IXI511NG PPC W/ NEW EMERSON PM p 1-MpB9C ORS MMAOTR PHONE: (206) 52J-1941 cconlraraeOryKRconeullin9 com •REMOVE (I) PURCELL RAC72, (1) ULTRASITE, AND (1) FCOA CABINET • INSTALL (1) PURCELL HPO 600A DC POWER CABINET. (1) LBJ BATTERY CABINET • REMOVE (1) 10 HIGH -CAP COVP CONTRALTORTOCALLTOVERMYUTWTIESAT LFASTTYOWONKING DAYSP—TODICCWC TITLE SHEET T-Y R(GL4ATORF REA,EV T-MOBILE • INSTALL (2) 20 JUNCTION BOXES INSTAL (I) VOLTAGE BOOSTER FOR LTE TOIDWAN6T3 bBIW T-MOWE PROJECT ARCHITECT: REPLACE "STING TELCO BOX W/ MV CUBE AND RELOCATE LEC ROUTER TO 9 ho d� T-MORLE ROBERT "RA WHTpL O CEI M" MORRISON HERSHFIELD CORP CUBE: COORDINATE W/ CM UPGRADE 7210 SAS-MXP TO IXRE E•[[T IlyupF31 00 NOT 5TJ1I ORA�3NG5 PHONE:(425) 279-35 1 PHONE (954) ST7-4655 RELOCATE ESMB AND FSMF FROM OLD PURCELL TO NEW HPU; CHECK VERSION COMPATIBILJIY FOR RE -USE • INSTALL (1) FRIE CGMBUCTOR ^ i wS ALLRIANS k OH5T4C 046 k CONp1IDN3 9M �_� • REMOVE/INSTALL BASE BAND MODULES PER REDS THE JOB SITE k SHALL IMMEDIATELY NOTIFY THE ARCHITECT OR ENGINEER W WRITING OF ANY DISCREPANCIES BEFORE PROCEEDING WITH THE WORK OR BE OEE�L HARED 0TL RESPONSIBLE FDR SAME ISR AADAni;W,- a, DAt1L 06J11/ lfo 1: NV ARCHITECTURAL GENERAL NOTES I WORK SRALL COMPLY WITH ALL APPMABIE CODES. ORDINANCES, AND RECUUTIDNS ALL NECESSARY UCENSES. CERTIFICATES, ETC, REQUIRED BY AUTHORITY RANNG JURISDICTION SHALL BE PROCURED AUTO PAID FOR BI HE CONTRACTOR 2 THE GENERAL CONTRACTOR AND EACH SUBCONTRACTOR SHALL BE RESPONSIBLE MR VEINFV1NG DIMENSIONS AND CONDMONS AT THE JOB SITE WHICH COULD AFFECT THE WORK UNDER THIS CONTRACT. ALL MANUFACTURERS RECOMMENDED SPECITCATKINS. EXCEPT THOSE SPECIFICATIONS HEREIN, WHERE MOST STRINGENT SRN.L BE COMPUED WITH. J HE CONTRACTOR SHALL VERIFY THAT NO CONFLICTS EXIST BETWEEN THE LOCATIONS OF AW AND ALL MECHMICAL. ELECTRICAL, PLUMBING, OR STRUCTURAL ELEMENTS, AND THAT ALL REQUIRED CLEARANCES FOR INS""'N AND MAINIEWANCE ARE MET. NOTIFY HE CONSULTANT OF ANY CONFUCTS THE CONSULTANT HAS HE RIGHT TO MAKE MINOR UOOITCATIGNS IN HE DESIGN OF THE CGNTRACT WITHOUT HE CONHACTOR GETTING ADDIFDNAL CDMPENSATION A. THE CONTRACTOR SHALL BE RESPONSIBLE MR GAILY CLEAN UP OF ALL TRADES AND REMOVE ALL OEBRS FROM NNE CONSTRUCTION SITE AT THE CONPLETION OF THE MOUNT. THE CONTRACTOR SHALL THOROUGHLY CLEAN THE BUILDING, SITE. AND ANY OTHER SURROUNDING AREAS TO A BETTER THAN NEW COMMON. 5 THE CONTRACTOR IS RESPONSIBLE FOR ADEQUATELY BRACING AND PROTECTING ALL WORK DURING CONSTRUCTION AGAINST DAMAGE. STILE AGE, COLLAPSE. ETC, ACCORDING TO APPLICABLE CODES. STANDARDS, AND GOOD CONSTRUCTION PRACTICES. B WHERE ONE OETAIL IS SHOWN FOR ONE COMMON. IT SHALL APPLY FOR ALL UKE OR SMIIAR CONDITIONS, EVEN HOUGH NOT SPECIFICALLY MARKED ON HE DRAWINGS OR REFERRED TO IN THE SPECIFICATIONS. UNLESS NOTED OHERWSE T WHERE NEW PAVAN , CONCRETE SIDEWALKS DR PATHS MEET EXISTING CONSTRUCTION, HE CONTRACTOR SHALL MATCH THE EDSTIM PITCH, GRADE. AND ELEVATION SO HE ENTIRE SWOT URE SHALL. LAVE A SMOOTH TRANSMON B ME GENERAL CTION CONTRACTOR MU THE U DMPOWTTt IN P� CONFIRMATION OF HE EXPECTED DATE OF COMPLETION OF HE POWER9 IF THE POWER COMPANY IS UNABLE TO PROVIDE THE POWER CONNECTION BY OWNER'S REWIRED DATE. HE GENERAL CONTRACTOR SHALL PROVIDE AND MAIWAIN A TEMPORARY GENERATOR UNTIL HE POWER COMPON11 CONWCTON 15 COMPLETED COSS ASSOCIATED WTH HE TEMPORARY GENERATOR TO BE APPROVED BY HE OWNER. 10 PINS PART OF THIS SET ARE COMPLEIAENTAR. INFORMATION 15 NOT UNITED TO ONE PLAN DRAWINGS AND SPECIFICATIONS ME INSTRUMENT OF SERVILE AUTO SHALL REMAIN HE PROPERTY OF HE ARCHITECT, WHETHER THE PROIECI FOR WHICH THEY ME MADE IS EXECUTED OR NOT- THEY ME NOT TO BE USED BY THE OWNER ON OTHER S ftDIECOR EXTENSION TO HIS PROJECT EXCEPT BY AGREEMENT IN WRMNC AND WITH APPROPRIATE LOMPENSAIRDN TO MORRISON HERSHFIELD THESE PLANS WERE PREPARED M BE SUBMITTED TO GOVERNMENTAL BUILDING M UDRITIES FOR RENEW FOR COMPUINCE WITH APPUCMND LE CODES AIT IS THE SOLE RESPONSIBILITY OF HE OWNER AND/OR CONTRACTOR TO BUILD ACCORDING TO APPLICABLE BUILDING CODES 11- IF CONTRACTOR OR SUB -CONTRACTOR FIND IT NECESSANY TO DEVIATE FROM ORIGINAL APPROVED PUNS. THEN R IS THE CONTRACIDR'S MD HE —CONTRACTOR'S RESPONSIBILM M PROVIDE HE ARLHTECT WGN (A) COPIES OF HE PROPOSED CHANGES MR HIS APPNOJAL BEFORE PROCEEDING WITH HE WORK. IN ADDITION HE CONTRACTOR AND SUB -COMPACTORS SHALL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR PROCURING ALL NECESSARY APPRWAS FROM HE BUILDING AUTHDRMES FOR HE PROPOSED CHANGES BEFORE PROCEEDING WITH THE WORK. HE CONTRACTOR AND SUB -CONTRACTORS SHALL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR PROCURING ALL NECESSARY INSPECTIONS AND APPROVALS FROM BUILDING AUTHORMES DURING HE EXECUTION OF THE WORK 12-IN EVERY EVENT. THESE CONSTRUCTION OOCUMENS AND SPECIFICATIONS SHALL BE INTERPRETED TO BE A MINIMUM ACCEPTABLE MEANS OF CONSMUCTDN BUT THIS SHALL NOT RELIEVE HE CONTRACTOR, TUB-CONRACTOR, MD/OR SUPPUER/NMUFACIURFR FROM PROVIDING A COMPLETE AND CORRECT JOB WHEN MDOTENAL ITEMS ME REQUIRED TO HE MINIMU4 SPECIFICATION IF ANY ITEMS NEED TO EXCEED THESE MINIMUM SPECIFICATIONS TO PROVIDE A COMPLETE, ADEQUATE MD SAFE WORKING CONDITION, HEN IT SHALL BE THE DEEMED AND UNDERSTOOD TO BE INCLUDED IN WE DRAWINGS FOR EXAMPLE, IF M GUM MD/OR PIECE OF EOUIPMEW REQUIRES A LARGER WIRE SIZE (I.E ELECTRICAL WIRE). STRONGER OR LARGER PIPING. INCREASED OUMTIIY (I.E STRUCTURAL ELEMENTS). REDUCED SPACING, MD/OR INCREASED LENGTH (ILL BOLT LENGTHS, BAR LENGTHS) HEN IT SHALL BE DEEMED AND UNDERSTOGO TO BE INCLUDED IN HE BID/PROPOSAL THESE DOCUMENTS ARE MEANT AS A GUIDE AND ALL GEMS REASONABLY INFERRED SHALL BE DEEMED TO BE INCLUDED 13. THESE CONTRACT DOCUMENS AND SPECIFICATIONS SHALL NOT BE CONSTRUED TU CREATE A CONTRACTUAL REUTIONSHP OF AW KIND BETWEEN HE ARCHITECT AND HE CONTRACTOR ELECTRICAL GENERAL NOTES A. 0[NETW 1 EXAMINE HE SITE CWOMONS VERY CARENLLY AND HE SCOPE OF PROPOSED WORK TWEMER WITH THE WORK OF ALL OTHER TRADES AND INCLUDE IN THE BID PRICE ALL CMS FOR WORK SUCH AS EQUIPMENT AND WIRING LADE NECESSARY TO ACCOMMODATE THE ETEETRCAL SYSTEMS SHOWN AND SYSTEMS OF OHEN TRADES 2 OSTIN ALL PERMITS. PAY ASSOCIATED FEES AUTO SCHEDULE INSPECTION. 3 PROVIDE ALL LABOR. MATERIAL, EQUIPMENT. INSURANCE. AND SEANCES TO COMPLETE HIS PRQIELT OX ACCORDANCE WITH HE LOWRACT DOCUMENTS AND RESEW IT AS FULLY OPERATIONAL TO THE SATISFACTION OF T-MOBILE R LAND/TOWER OWNER A. PRIOR TO BEGINNING WORK COORDINATE ALL POWER AND TELCO WORK WITH THE LOLL MLOY COYPAW AS IT MAY APPLY TO THIS SITE ALL WORK TO COMPLY WITH THE RULES AUTO RECUTATDNS OF THE AGATES INVOLVED GENERAL CO OR IS RESPONSIBLE FOR VEO- REQUESTING CONNECTION OF COMMERCIAL POWER MOM THE POWER COMPANY. ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR SHALL COORDINATE THIS WORK WHIN HE GENERAL CONTRACTOR 5 FABR 0" AND INSTAIUTON OF THE COMPLETE ELECTRICAL SYST1 SHALL BE DONE IN A FIRST CLA55 WORKMANSHIP PER NECA STANDARD I— EN OUAURED PERSONNEL EXPERIENCED IN SUCH AND SHALL SCHEDULE HE WORK IN AN ORDERLY MANNER SO AS NOT TO IMPEDE PROGRESS OF HE PROJECT. B. MC IHAIU Aw ME11 I ALL HE APFLIRC.9 E WOLOCCURK CODES ANNOY TO WE EDTNN OF HE NEC ACCEPTED BY HE LOLL MRSDICNON AND M 2. ARRANGE CONDUIT. WIRING, EQUIPMENT, AND OTHER WORK GENERALLY AS SHOWN, PROVIDING PROPER CLEARANCES AND ACCESS CAREFULLY EKAMINE ALL CONTRACT DRAWINGS AND FIT HE WORK IN EACH LOCATION WITHOUT SUBSTANTIAL ALTERMDN WHERE DEPARTURES ME PROPOSED BECAUSE OF FIELD CONDITIONS OR OTHER CAUSES, PREPARE AND SUBMIT DETMED DRAWINGS FOR ACCEPTANCE. 3 ME NOT NECESSARILY DRAHARE GENERALLY OIACRANMATC AND ALL OFTSES. BENDS, FITTINGS AND ACCESSORIES ARE PPOMDE ALL SUCH ITEMS AS MAY BE REQUIRED TO M HE WORK TO HE WHOTTO A. SEAL AROUND CONDUITS AND AROUND CONDUCTORS WITHIN CONDUTS ENTERING HE MODULAR CABINETS WHERE PENETRATION OCCURS WITH A SILICONE SEAUW M PREVENT MOISTURE MNEIPATDN WD UTADWF C ClW9lICTTTq AW Cnl[•4CTBaS 1. UNLESS NSUIONCTCONFORED N GSTO NENA MACS ORRLRO55-LINKED POLSMALL BE R, MINIMUM SIZEYEf1M➢RE INSUUIpN12 ACOGNFORMINGETON NEN�A IWLT- (iYPES THHH). INSUTATON SHALL BE RATED MR W DEG CONDUCTORS SHALL BE COLOR CODED IN ACCORDANCE WITH NEC. 2. CONDUCTOR LENGTHS SHALL BE CONTINUOUS FROM TERMIEADON TO TERMINATION WITHOUT SPLICES SPLCM ARE NOT ACCEPTABLE. U SPACES ME UNANANKST£ PRIOR APPROVAL FROM HE ENGINEER MUST BE OBTAINED. D. GROUNDING 1 ALL UCHTJING PROTECTION GROUNDING OF THE ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT SHALL BE CARRIED OUT IN ACCORDANCE WITH HE CURRENT NFPA STANDARDS. 2. ALL GROUND LUG AND COMPRESSION CONNEMNS SHXALL BE COATED WITH ANTI -OXIDANT AGENT. SUCH M NO-OX, WALOX. PENETROX OR KOPRSHIELD, 3 ALL EMBOR GROUNDING CONDUCTORS INCLUDING EXTERIOR GROUND RING SHALL BE /2 AM MUD BRAE TINNED COPPER. MAKE ALL GROUND CONNECTIONS M SHOW AND DIRECT M POSSIBLE AMID SHARP BENDS HE RADIUS OF ANY BEND SHALL NOT BE LESS DARN B" AND HE MCLE OF ANY BEND SHALL NOT EXCEED 99 GROUNDING CONDUCTORS SHALL BE ROUTED DUWNWARD TOWARD THE BURIED GROUND RING A. REPAR ALL GALVMBED SURFACES TNT HAVE BEEN DAMAGED BY HERMO-WELDING WITH ERCO T-319 GALV UGW BAR 5 ALL GNU TAERINRM G SNALLNBECME PARANUEL TYPE. EXCEPTNFORI HE GROUND MITI WHICHWMDED. ALL EARE RM"TEE U—..'CRP— REPAIR ALL CALM QED SURFACES THAT HAVE BEEN DAMAGED BY EXOTHERMIC WELDING. USE SPRAY GALVANIZER SUCH M HOLUB LECTROML 015-501. COMPOUND NOTES 1 CONTRACTOR AND SUBCONTRACTORS SHALL VERIFY ALL UTILITY SERVICE CONNECTION LOCATIONS PRIOR TO SUFMOTING BIO AND PROCEEDING WITH WORK. G IS RECOMMENDED THAT THE COWRPDTDR VISIT THE SITE AND VERIFY ALL DIMENSIONS AND NOTES BEFORE SUBMITTING BID AND PROCEEDING WITH WORK. 2. SDy AT MS Pt q uLAIEhJAdL NI)C AND +AAA ADlDLLKTE d SUPPQWIIK 2W[ DL•O4 AQIC IN 9 PIT. ORCW CONDITIDIK AJIE [TXQDIpGElttO Nmrr MDWWFJn1 LRDPX DVDT4 FWDCE[am METH "ft AIR I A [yVSY[R(D WE WIIX IIESf[LT, lb VCSIRLL FAT,LW[ d T[ C /MMMC GWNO. EUF VOCS w NLEE6VLT [NSYR! THE PWpWMpHI M [KLSSM MUNI CER LXDR[RBNR 3 M ORDER TO AVOID ANY CONICS. CONITACTDR SHALL COOROINNTE ALL HIS PRACIMAL TRADES A HE POWER CASINEF MUST BE CLEAR OF FLAMMABLE LNTERML WIMIN 12 INCHES OF HE CABINET. INCLUDING ATONE AND AWAY FROM HE CABINET TO ENSURE SEINKFABLE ABIL CLEARANCE MD. HE CLOSES I SITE GENERAL NOTES I 1. RESTORE EXISTING ASPHALT AND/OR CONCRETE COMPOUND TD MS ORGINAL CONOMON 2. CONIRACIOR SHALL DETECT AND MARK AW UNDERGROUND LINES. PIPING, MDR M STINT OF DCJWATON I PROJECT INFORMATION I 1 THIS IS M UNMANNED MO RESTRICTED ACCESS EQUIPMENT AND WILL BE USED FOR HE TRMSMISSIDN OF RADIO SIGNALS FOR HE PURPOSE OF PRWIOING PUBLIC CELLULAR SERVICE. 1. TANS IACWXF WILL CONaflW,M JA IXTBRMlCWFlrI L"I A ND INSTADAL WARN [LWRI K B0 K WWPAD[O u m LPOLGcW L. NO WASTL W,U[W WILL IR GGMtRAT[O .EX N4 LDCADDW 5. W ]MAD WAATE W t lR ENIW TM AT W4 LOFAAW 2-yoga[ MAWItAAc[ CM1W [NYry f DIME POMP Wyt MWID AM AW;IIAR OF OW TW POE MONGW AT DK HaL1L nR MOT. I IMPORTANT NOTICE HE EXISTING CONDRIGHS REPRESENTED HEREIN ME BASED ON NSUAL OBSSV QNS AND INFORMATION PROADED BY OTHERS MORRISW HERSHFIELD CORPORATION CWNDT GUARANTEE HE CORRECTNESS NOR COMPLETENESS OF THE EXISTING CONDITIONS SHOWN AND ASSUMES NO RESPONSIRILIIY HERE OF. CONTRACTOR AND HIS SUB-CONIRACMNS SHALL NSIT HE SITE AND VERIFY ALL EXISTING CONDITIONS AS REQUIRED MR PROPER EXECUTION OF PROJECT. REPORT ANY CONFLICTS OR DISCREPANCIES TO HE CONSULTANT PRIOR TO CONSIRMTION. T IT -Mobile ELL WA RYKAOCONSULTING I P11; MORRISON HERSHFIELD EG0 STEW ART WF EET. SU HIE 200 EEATT�.LV2.n'BN —marhmNm .:— MM PW61ESE T.[MIISE✓E 2WIl19DD A W/ID/. RO)i REVIEW BA 0 "n-1 y 1pW['NAL BA 1TI[ f.AM[ LAKOTA PARK T-MOBILE SALE ID SE04653A sIIE MDIRESs: 31334 SW DASH POINT RD FEDERAL WAY, WA 98023 SHEET NAME: GENERALNOTES Mrt[I wMIR• T-2 M9 IS NOT A SORYEY. ALL INPORW14. 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WA 96023 aME+ Nwc TOWER PROFILE n rurx• A-2 MANUFACTURER: NOKM MODEL: AHLOA RADA I BJB LBS DIMENSIONS OINENSONS (IbWaD): 22.1 "<12.1".).4" FREQUENCY: REFER TO RF DATA SHEET MODEL ANfIGRRA010M WEIGHS: 15 LB5 DIMENSIONS (N.W.D): 276" • 134" a 5B' FREOUTHCY: REFER TO RF DATA SHEET B .Mobile ANIENM TILT BPAER' (AS RE0�0) BY ANIENM umIA+pHIM-0 BRACKETS XIUC IURgYARE BY EOUIPYENT / qIM PER MNUFACTURER'S SPECIRGTONS 1� MOII: CUNT PER MANUNR S FACRESPECIFIGTIONS � � 1 90THELL, WE�EBB011 RYKAu CONSULTING PIPE NQUNDNG BY ANSFNM YFRM 1 PUNS PREPARED BY: PANEL ANIENM 7A' jQE ISOMETRIC MORRISON HERSHFIELD 56" ��•� 6DOETEWART6TNEEF.SUIIE 20D 6EAt PIPE 06]Bfi TJi01 Ywv.mOMwnAeien YX i1O1TLT NW�E: 7O}514J00 ANGIL— EQUIPMERT ` � � A w/EPA7D Fan KCMOE M D 4.lrlrrD IDua FFEIA M NQM MOUNT UNN PER MANUFACNRERS RECOMMENMTpNS IT FROM ME ERONT 5111E SET NOT TO BE USED FOR CONSIRUCTK)N UNLESS SIGNED T DESIGN PROFESSIONAL AND STAMPED APPROVED BY MUNICIPAIM N'aJ6' SL.LLE FTR TYP ANTENNA MOUNTING 8 11111' SGME NR ';-: r - N"s TYP RADIO MOUNTING 7 >.•A>r>rAtu "" AHLOA 6 11'.1T' SCAIE: MRS ;; ;;,- SCUE NSB AHFIG 5 CENS" aria �•U A�A v V� w A u' MNUFAC111RER: NORM — — — YOOFL NORM NRSCAIE MA INTfi4R 192AE .1 320W AEXC WEIGHT: 106 LES (W/0 MOUNTING BRACKETS) GWENSpNS: 3B 2' a 215' a 59" FREQUENCY: REFER TO RF MTA SHED MAAMNA♦:ryFRR: C9MCC>.TF[ YOOTR. TIY-HG-WYt WEGB' YRL1 km (KRN`AIT MOUNTING KIT) b1R1di016 illND:: {5.fa5' • 25.19i" • E.. R ' fIR.01.C1AD �IlN 10 Y DA1w SHEET r YANUFL C% R R: AN.EW MODEL NBf1N-651TD5-A2N WEIONT: 101 lf5 DI.—I'S WftRD): 750.0 . 120 . 66 FREQUENCY: HREFER TO F ;TA' SHEET g NAIL UFACNRER: COMMSCOPE MODEL TMTI92111-21-4]/ E14ROOP09 SIZE: 61a42.B I' WEIGHT: 157 LBS (WITHOUT MOUNTING KIT) TIP 9.252' itr' B:7 7 y TfF•15Ti 4�4 SL]' t12 T Top ylE .ue: LAKOTA PARK 2 MQbA K vR ,0 SE04653A REST: 31334 SW DASH POINT RD FEDERAL WAY, WA 98023 IIIII�IIIIII Y SHEET NAME, CONSTRUCTION 50E"° DETAILS FRONT 51QE FRONT $1QE SHEET NUYBER: FRONT 5QE A-3 "'° �.,P. "� AEHC ACTIVE ANTENNA/RADIO 4 '.11' SCAIE: NIS ';=.;-5f rs ANTENNA SPECIFICATIONS 3 "',-90LLE rs ANTENNA SPECIFICATIONS 2 H M: 'm TMA SPECIFICATIONS 1 � A NDTL EOUIPNFMf GBINEf(S) TO T • -Mobile ' FMNl.RC'S REED PER R W.NUFACIURER'S RECONNENDANONS I BOIxEu, WA emt HST DIPPED GALVANIZED STEEL. GIMRNG; U E APPROVED PRE-NANUFACIURED K9 GLLV. ODV InRi9. 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FIBER W1NF.l, NA N0U KNOCKOUT RYKA+CONSULTING BBER GABLES (YELLOW) 9' HACK ADAPTER MORRISO■`N'H-ERSH FI ELD 600E AFTSTREET..SIU RW I— WA9 101 112.251.1. wl TP.m" M.0190: M'IWhQ ... rrTre ..^.� IMTT �PTn TDR (YELLOW) TO BE • fA/IyBp MJ! WEAri BA ROUTED AT THE RIGHT S1DE OF THE CABINET .. L1D/R1/RO 1DOR FINAL BA MOUNTING FOOTPRINT (6) KNOCKOUT LOGATEO FIBER UU%/ INCONVENIENTLY FROM NTERIUL AIRSCALE EOUIPMENI yT,^r ARE NOT FEASIBLE. SEES FIBER ROUTE OPTION 1. - REDTn E (10 FIBER ROUTE OPTION 2: 5) REAR KNOCKOUTS CAN BE UTILIZED FOR BOTTOM KNOCKOUT FOR ETHERNET FIBER ROUTING FROM FOR AUNMS COVP TO AIRSCALE IF OPTION 1 IS UNAVAILABLE. f ALPHA RYrtTI KNOCKOUT FOR ({B BRF/ufER FARTS) _ __ NRSCLLE BA9EBW0 BATTRY WIRES rJR TwT[R .• � (0) ]' KNOCKOUT INTENDED FOR POWER. TELCO, k BOTTOM BBERS F �-. T W9ENAtl `S TO COW; ALL INCOMING GBUNC TO IN RIGIDOR RE%IBIE T crt wm1 Au to oNou I �•� FRONT ANY OF THE BOTfDU KNOCKOUT CAN VIEW BE USED FOR THE AC POWER FEED BACK VIEW (OPEN) PURCELL HPL3 600A DC POWER CABINET SPECIFICATIONS SET NOT TO BE USED FOR CONSTRUCTION UNLESS SIGNED BY DESIGN PROFE-10NAL AND STAMPED APP_ED BY MUNICIPALITY NL I C'IJ M1 . FAfL1hAL tray SIZE NAME: LAKOTA PARK T-uOBILE srtE ID SE04653A SITE ADDRESS: 31334 SW DASH POINT RD FEDERAL WAY, WA 96023 SHEET TUNE: CONSTRUCTION DETAILS SNFLI MN9mFn Aw5 T • -Mobile-, __ [R.s vati mmN wnr WIRER RUN THROUGH PPO.nDED ANC amH tNINI %NOG%OIR. 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SE04653A 20-NEs, UP TO SRE ADDRESS: 31334 SW DASH POINT RD FEDERAL WAY, WA 98023 E O B ER O N� N SHEEP NAME: g _ CONSTRUCTION r DETAILS s " A_6 y x'•,DB• �"` "'B PURCELL HPL3 LARGE BATTERY CABINET SPECIFICATIONS 1 t 11'x1]• SCALE: NIS MANUFACTURER: NOKIA MODEL: ASIB MODULE DIMENSIONS: B.6"z 14.2"x1_7" WEIGHT: 6.4 LBS MANUFACTURER: NOKIA MODEL: ARIA MODULE DIMENSIONS: B6"z14.2"xt 1" WEIGHT: 4,6 LEIS MANUFACTURER NOKIA MODEL: AB IL MODULE DIMENSIONS: B6".142"z11' WEIGHT: 4 4 LEIS T 1 • -Mobile-, 114 V •gI11MCllLLy nPYx u RYI[AOCONSULTING f � �' � A.� r T�sm. 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ALL PROPOSED EQUIPMENT IS LOW VOLTAGE, O[ POWER 2 L RDINATE WITH CONSTRUCTION MANAGERCURRENT RFOS PRIOR TO CONSTFUCHDN CONRUCNROTO FlELO VERIFY CABLE LENGTHS PRO TO ORDERING. ] FABRIGTroN?ORSINSTALIATON OF CABLES THE A wER/ANr ANALYSIS REPORT A (EU.NEU AND SEALEO)MPflDNOEDRUNDER SEPARATEECOlER. CONIHACI ORPRIORID I INSTALLAHONOF ANTENNAS. EQUIPMENT AND COAX CABLES SHALL RICHM THE APPROVED TOWN SRUC__T-YOBLE AND MODIFY. IF REQUIRED. ALL APPLIGBLE MEMBERS AS INDICATED IN THE CERTIFIED STRUCTURAL TO BEI1REMOhD EXISTING T-MDBHE F%FB MID TO BE RFLOGlEO TO GRADE LEVEL e RAV4SfD [-MORE K>K >! TO BE RELp/EDLE T EXISTING T-NDBI B WNIO y_] _Ny/_. 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MAIN, C9 CABLE ENTRANCE BAR (CEGB), �Pt a o!­D� n a 1w' Lwx PUNS PREPARED NT: O O E GROUND ). A DISTRIBUTION FRAME GROUND BAR (MOTH). AND Otl 0 STANDBY ENGINE G SET FRANE ANO OTHER HOME EQUIPMENT. A7HER ROGFING WEAINERPRWFlNGPRODUCING KIT (SEE NOTE O) 'S AWGSTRANCOPPER GBLE LONNECIORrENERAIOR AAOOO O O 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 000 ADrCRem uT Ld�1LD TU CONNECTS TO THE EARTH ELECIHODE 551fl1 ROUND GROUND KR GROUND WU E (GROUNDED TO EAR). SEE NDTE 1O MORRISON HERSHFIELD OOOOO O O O O O O O O O O O O O LFyNOGBLE INCLUDING CENRUL OFFICE GROUND GRID,SEATRE,W,APoIOtBUILDINGSfRCT1IRAL GROUND. METAWC WATER EAL E L 0 �R SHTEEI, ANTENNA SUPPORTING STRUCTURE { SYSTEM. AND ELECTRICAL SERVICE FJiOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOPIPE 70GROUND ENTRANCE GROUND NOTES 1. DO NOT INSTALL CABLE °ROUND KR AT A BEND AND yX Tin T+IW/I1ER. ]GF119 w O 2D' AGE OR 10' ANTENNA AGE O t ¢Um pP w A d7.. RWW BA LUG, TO BE USED YKIN CONNECTS TO EWIPMEM NOT IN AN ISOUTED /2 AND SCUD TINNED WE CU WIRE GROUND ZONE (IGZ) SUCH AS CBN EQUIPMENT OR STRANDED W WIRE WITH GREEN. fRANE GROUNDS AND DC GROUND CONDUCTORS BOOV, TO ANTENNA STRUCTURE BVILOING RING GROUND OR MGB ALWAYS DIRECT GROUND WIRE DOWN TO GROUND BUR 2. GROUNDING KIT SHALL BE ME AND PART NUMBER AS SUPPUEO OR RECOMMENDED BY GBLE AANIUFACTiJRER FIELD VERIFY SOUD WE TINNED FOR DC POIKER SYSTEMS THAT SERNE CBN OR BOTH CBN AND IBN EQUIPMENT 3 WEATCOLDHERPR009UINKLL NOT E USED -PART TAPE KIT. 0 W/21/ZO 10D1F FDIAL BA .12WIFE (ME GL) s Tm fIl NH�� CONNECTS 10 THE SINGLE PORN CONNECIION tROUp IWVR Ai BOTTOM OF TOWERS OR BAR (SPCB) FOR MEN EQUIPMENT LIOIry� 1Lfi 311M1 USE EXOTHERMIC LONNECTDN SD NDT TO BE USED FOR CONSTRUCTION UNLESS SIGNED W DESIGN PROFESSIONAL AND STAMPED APPROVED BY MUNICIPALITY "': 2'-:'i-:'°"`Mx.' 5 2i-„°r COAX CABLE GROUNDING 4 'ATr SELLa MSf GROUND BAR 6 X•MiT GRND CABLE CONNECTION r'°rs Y OF WASy D �r TO mITNRn $ W'7 4 SSIp.�'AL i7tY� f CG% JUMPER (M) SRE NAME: WEANNERPRWRNG� KIT (M) MF vu mF x[ yyQ[_55 (� 11W�lf\IU� RPRODIDR GROUND KR (M) WEA) SEE WFlNG NR (M) SEE NOTE 2 /fi AWG LAKOTA PARK T-MDYLf': ND. AMEN NCABLE TO ANTENNA GROUND ITS NIP) ATTACHED OWECBY TO IOWNO wELnIN°Hc°OR 1I RIWNG n+r n SE04653A �lffi PERMITTED TO GROUND RING U �VANW DASH POINT RD CO NOT INSTALL CAB1E GROUND KIT AT A BEND AND ALWAYS DIRECT GROUND WIRE DOWN TO ANTENNA GROUND BAR new¢ , �eEse DPE_Ge �..f4 FEDERAL WAY, WA 98023 SHEET NAVE: WEATHER PROOFING SHALL BE TWO-PART TAPE KG. COLD SHRINK SNALL NOT BE USED. GROUNDING DETAILS E-5 1111]' SGLf: Nis GRND CABLE CONNECTION 3 ;;:' B NOT USED 2 ;; „; BCE` n CADWELD 1 4 COUNCIL MEETING DATE: December 5, 2023 ITEM #: 61c CITY OF FEDERAL WAY CITY COUNCIL AGENDA BILL SUBJECT: RESOLUTION: 2024 FEE SCHEDULE POLICY QUESTION: Should the City Council approve the proposed Fee Schedule for 2024? COMMITTEE: FEDRAC MEETING DATE: Nov. 28, 2023 CATEGORY: ❑ Consent ❑ Ordinance ❑ Public Hearing ❑ City Council Business ® Resolution ❑ Other STAFF REPORT BY: Steve Groom, Finance Director DEPT: Finance Attachments: 1. Staff Report 2. Resolution: 2024 Fee Schedule Options Considered: 1. Approve proposed resolution. 2. Do not approved proposed resolution and provide direction to staff. MAYOR'S RECOMMENDATION: Option 1. MAYOR APPROVAL: Initial DIRECTOR APPROVAL: l R Initial/Date COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION: I move to forward the proposed resolution to the December 5, 2023, consent agenda for approval. Committee Member PROPOSED COUNCIL MOTION: "I move approval of the proposed resolution. (BELOW TO BE COMPLETED BY CITY CLERK'S OFFICE) COUNCIL ACTION: ❑ APPROVED COUNCIL BILL # ❑ DENIED First reading ❑ TABLED/DEFERRED/NO ACTION Enactment reading ❑ MOVED TO SECOND READING (ordinances only) ORDINANCE # REVISED — 1/2022 RESOLUTION # CITY OF FEDERAL WAY MEMORANDUM DATE: November 28, 2023 TO: City Council VIA: Jim Ferrell, Mayor FROM: Chase Donnelly, Deputy Finance Director SUBJECT: 2024 Fee Schedule Resolution Financial Impacts: This is the annual fee schedule adjustment, principally to keep up with Consumer Price Index (CPI). Gradual increases have been included in land use, right-of-way permits, transportation impact fees, plumbing, electrical, sign, and building permit fees based on using the CPI for All Urban Wage Earners and Clerical Workers for Seattle -Tacoma -Bellevue area. In section 7 of the attached schedule, accessory dwelling limits fee of $582 was eliminated to align with Federal Way Revised Code 19.15.020. Mobile food truck permits was added and is calculated at 2 hours of review time at $165 per hour, and multi -family tax exemption fees were added to align with Federal Way Revised Codes 3.30.060-090-080-100. In section 10, right-of-way work without a permit for residential and all other applications fees needed a separate line item for clarification, and therefore were added at $776 and $1,580 respectively. In section 15 of the attached schedule, the Community Center Membership Fees for Resident and Non -Resident members increased by between ten and nineteen percent. Minimum wage, rising staff costs, and supply and equipment replacement costs have steadily risen over the past several years and this increase will help maintain the reserve at the Community Center. In addition, room rental rates are being increased to better align with similar venues and reflect the increase in demand for rental venue spaces in our immediate area. Background Information: The City sets fees for various items within its jurisdiction, and are reviewed every year by each department and adjusted annually. The adjustments are based on iriflation or recovery of costs associated with various licenses, permit processes, and other business activities provided by the City, and other adjustments have been made to remain consistent with surrounding jurisdictions. Rev. 7/18 RESOLUTION NO. A RESOLUTION of the City of Federal Way, Washington, amending the fee schedule for 2024 and repealing the fee schedule adopted in Resolution No. 23-841. WHEREAS, the City is authorized under RCW 35A.11.020, 35A.63.100(2), and 19.27.040 to require licenses for the conduct of business, require permits for the construction of structures and improvements, and to impose fees to recoup the costs of processing and/or providing services; and WHEREAS, the Federal Way Revised Code establishes the basis for the assessment and/or collection of such license, permit fees, and service charges; and WHEREAS, the City Council deemed it is advisable and necessary to provide gradual annual increases in Land Use, Mechanical, Plumbing, Public Works, Electrical, and Building permit fees , and to establish Consumer Price Index for the Seattle -Tacoma -Bellevue area as the basis for such adjustments, and WHEREAS, the Transportation Impact Fees are indexed to provide for an automatic increase each year based on a three-year moving average of the Washington State Department of Transportation Construction Cost Index; and WHEREAS, the City Council finds it necessary to revise building -related permit fees in order to ensure that fees reflect changes in the types of permits issued, more accurately recover costs associated with permit issuance, to remain consistent with surrounding jurisdictions, and to correct inconsistencies and errors; and WHEREAS, the City Council finds it necessary to revise the City fee schedule upon review of the fee table to make the above adjustments and additions. Resolution No. 23- Page 1 of 17 NOW THEREFORE, THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF FEDERAL WAY, RESOLVES AS FOLLOWS: Section 1. Fee Schedule. The City of Federal Way hereby adopts the 2024 Fee Schedule as attached hereto, identified as Exhibit A and hereby incorporated in full by this reference, for fees associated with the various licenses, permit processes, and other business activities of the City. Section 2. Severability. If any section, sentence, clause or phrase of this resolution should be held to be invalid or unconstitutional by a court of competent jurisdiction, such invalidity or unconstitutionality shall not affect the validity or constitutionality of any other section, sentence, clause, or phrase of this resolution. Section 3. Corrections. The City Clerk and the codifiers of this resolution are authorized to make necessary corrections to this resolution including, but not limited to, the correction of scrivener/clerical errors, references, resolution numbering, section/subsection numbers and any references thereto. Section 4. Ratification. Any act consistent with the authority and prior to the effective date of this resolution is hereby ratified and affirmed. Section 5. Effective Date. The fee schedule adopted by this resolution shall be effective January 1, 2024. Any act consistent with the authority and prior to the effective date of thexesolution is hereby ratified and affirmed. RESOLVED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF FEDERAL WAY, WASHINGTON this _ day of December 2023. [signatures to follow] Resolution No. 23- Page 2 of 17 CITY OF FEDERAL WAY: JIM FERRELL, MAYOR ATTEST: STEPHANIE COURTNEY, CMC, CITY CLERK APPROVED AS TO FORM: RYAN CALL, CITY ATTORNEY FILED WITH THE CITY CLERK: PASSED BY THE CITY COUNCIL: RESOLUTION NO.: Resolution No. 23- Page 3 of 17 EXHIBIT A TYPE OF FEE 2023 2024 Proposed Fee Fee SECTION ONE. ANIMAL LICENSE AND OTHER FEES._(PD) Unaltered Cat license per year S50 560 Unaltered Dog license per year $60 N0 Altered Cat. Altered Cal license for we year $20 Altered Cat license for two year S35 S35 Altered Cat license fot three year SSf'] $60 Altered Dog: ,filtered clog llc9nSe for one year S25 $25 _ _ Altered Dog license for two year _ _ $45 Allerad Dog license'rauire,B.ye t85sss Permanent License (owners 65 years of. ape and nlder� • fHtased - No Foe No Fee Permanent License fdlSabled) - if Allayed No Fee No Fee Other Fees: _ ReplaCertlant Tag 32 S2 Hobby KennSWobby Cam (Plus each individual animal must be licensed) Si90 550 Penalties: Less than 30 days renewal fee _$10 310 _ _ 30.66 days late renewal fee $213 _ _ _ _ �$20 Over 60 days late renewal fee $25 $25 No refund due to pot movhrq out of the area, or lost pat. The Mana a9 r m11Y rtuNroYim a.rHund aolkand In afror. SECTION TWO. BUSINESS REGISTRATION._{FI) _ General Business Reaistration: New Business General Commercial Businesses to include, 2nd Hand Dealer, Dance Hall, Massage Parlor, Gambling (+ $50.per device up to 6), Restaurants 0.10 Employees Sao Sao 11.25 Employees 5125 _ S125 26.50 Employees $250 S250 51.100 EmploYeeg . -- - - — - $,.sav $1.500 101 500 Employees _ S4,5O054,500 501-1000 Employees $9.500 $9,500 Outside ConVoctor Soo $a0 F" occupeticn _- sk Temporary BusinaasRegiidratgn S50 S50 — Right o1 Way_-.. — $43 S43 -� ._-. - _ DyplfcaSe RasVagex� {raptamarii) S15 $15 Specialty Lleenso: _ Second Hand paa[�r_ Sea.Galwrsd Business Repissl an ++ SW. See Gen" Business Re atralion + $80 _ _ _ _ _ Pawnbroker'!! Wr6e _ _ $9e Gerteraf Business Rggi51ralion +g[p0 — SaeTGmiaral B.yslness ii0gistralirin + SSE)0 Public_ Bathhouse: 1- _Public Bathhouse Business $ee General Buslness Regislratldrl &B@ i39nMAE Busi[>gss Registration 2. 68Urhmae Attendant per attendant in addition to ausiness Reglstrallon fee Sao Sao S. 9alhhouso Manager per manager in additon to Business Rep stralion Tee. $W _ _ � ' Sao Public Bath House Proration: The entire annual license fee shall be paid for the applicable calendar year regardless of when the application for license is made and shall not be prorated for any part of the year except that if the original application for license is made renewals shall be required to be obtained and paid in full by January 31 of each respective year subsequent to June 30 the license fee for the remainder of that year shall be one-half of the annual license fee, Annual License Renewal See below See below Resolution No. 23 Page 4 of 17 TYPE OF FEE 2023 2024 Proposed Fee Fee Late Penalty: Failure to pay any registration fee due within 30 days afterthe day on which it is due and payable shall result in a penally of Five percent or $5.00, whichever is higher, on the amount ofthe registration fee, and an additional penalty of five percent or $5.00, whichever is higher, for each succeeding month of delinquency or part (hereof, but shall not exceed a total penally of $25 00 or 25 percent of the amount of such regislralion fee, whichever is higher SECTION THREE. CONSTRUCTION PERMITS (CD) PERMIT FEES A. BUILDING The Building, Mechanical, Plumbing, and Sign Permit fees are calculated by applying Valuation Table A to the value of the work proposed. The valuation should include the typical construction methods for foundation work, structural and nonstructural building components, and interior Finish material. The value of the work shall be determined by using Building Value Data as published and further updated by the International Code Council or by submission of a written project bid su bject to approval by the Building Official. Note: Additional fees will apply to a permit, as noted here: All development permits are charged an automation fee. See Section Three, I for details. All building permits are charged an SBCC surcharge. See Section Three, I for details - All permit review Includes review of the or4lnd wbmtsekn and one rewbmfsaion _ _ RasrbmRtal of dooumenu-Addibenal plan review foes will be aasasadd alerting with secand and wbs Mena reauEmhdone Some building permits require plan review. See Section Three, G for details Some building permits require plumbing fees. See Section Three, D for details. Some building permits require mechanical fees. See Section Three, C for details. Some building permits require a digitizing fee. See Section Three, I for details. Some building permits require an impact fee. See Section Thirteen for details - Some building permits require zoning review. See Section Seven, B for details - Some building permits require a South King Fire fee. See Section Five for details B. DEMOLITION Permit Fee is based on total project demolition valuation. See Section Three, A, Valuation Table A to calculate fees. C. MECHANICAL General permit fees are based on total installation valuation- See Section Three, A. Valuation Table A to calculate lees Permit and plan mltrrr Teas (era New Slnple-IF" ResWnu is it RN fas of. -D. PLUMBING General permit fees are based on total installation valuation. See Section Three, A, Valuation Table A to calculate fees Permit and plan review fees for a New Single -Family Residence is a flat fee of: E. ELECTRICAL Permit fee is based on total installation valuation. Use Valuation Table B to calculate electrical permit fees. Per FWRC 12.05.060 (7) 30 % of Plan Review fee Per FWRC 12 05 060 (7) 30 % of Plan Review fee 5482 Sill Resolution No. 23- Page 5 of 17 TYPE OF FEE 2023 2024 Proposed Fee Fee F. SIGN (1) Permanent sign Permit fee is based on total construction installation valuation. See Section Three, A, Valuation Table A to calculate fee The total permit fee' for electrical signs includes an electrical connection fee, as follows: Firm alpe Etch adtlll oiial flpn an came a'pplicatipn The total petmb tear includes a per sign planning surcharge, as follows: Fkatiiph Each additional sign on same appucoun (2) Temporary sign. Note: temporary signs are by separate permit Permit fee G. PLAN REVIEW FEES The specified plan review fees are separate from and in addition to the permit fees and are collected alapplication submittal Building permit: 65% of the building permit fee Mechanical porrnit. 65 % of the mechanical permit fee Plumbing permit 65%of Iheplumbing permit fee Sign porrhK 85% of 81e sigh pefmtl fee Electrical perm It 65% of 1he elec f al permit Tee ...... ..--....... •............ . South King Fire: 15% of the building permit fee(Comrnercial building permits ONLY) Additional plan review required by changes / additions I revisions to plans, per hour or portion thereof Outside consultant plan review. Any private or public professional services contract needed will be billed 100%, plus 10% billing and administrative charges. Nate 1- Fee is based on actual hourly personnel costs Note: Fire prevention system plan review fees are found in Section Five. Fire Code -Annual Permits and Review fee section s83 $88 Sag $41 S82 $66 $23 SU $58 $61 $83 _ $88 SECTION THREE. CONSTRUCTION PERMITS (CD) (continued) H. ADDITIONAL OR SPECIAL INSPECTIONS The following fees are separate from and in addition to the permit fees and are collected in advance of work performed 5. Rwmpeceon isecono and subsequent re!napecllonst (dourly Rate'l 563 $88 2 Inape•_tions for which no fee Is seecifcany md3caled (I -hoof mmunuml Inuur:y Raw '1 $126 $134 3. lnshccllons outside of normal business hours t4.bour min lm,.m) (Hourtr Rrise $126 $134 4. Inspections performed by outside consultants. [Any private or public professional services contract needed will be billed 100%, plus 10% billing and administrative charges.) Note: 1 Fee is based on actual hourly personnel costs I. MISCELLANEOUS PERMIT -RELATED FEES Adult ferfdly home fac"y mipeotlon Automation Fee (applies to all land use 8 derelapmlM permits?: Fee %the greawr of Sall or S`h of Ilia pormM1 fire, Blgltmky for fNgk-fam3ry plans submitted and permk issued piy�ny for [GmmercTal and mufti4a" Omni iii nJtted and_ p_d+mers issued Over -The -Counter (OTC) petmN review T� Single-family solar panel/system permitree Abandoned Shopping Carl Impound fee Abandoned Shopping Can Sawape fee '_ _ Abandoned Shopping Carl Pawery fee, 5 cart miamltlln, Paf try Stale Building dodo Council (SBCCI we, natge for Resfd"liol Building Permh For each residential unit after the first onll on the same psrmli. State Building Code Cau"il ($13CCy sm charge for Commercial Budding PelrAas For eery reeidlniebl unit ehet The f,3 sl end on Me same permn. Resolution No. 23-_ Page 6 of 17 TYPE OF FEE 2023 2024 Proposed Fee Fee J. REFUNDS Permit applications: The Building Official may authorize the refunding of not more than 80% of the permit plan review fees paid, provided the applicant presents a written request to withdraw the application prior to the commencement of staff review. The automation fees are non-refundable. [ NOTE: The Building Official does not have purview aver another department's orjurisdictien's fees. Please apply for other potential refunds separately, if applicable.) Issued permits: The Building Official may authorize the refunding of not more than 80% of other, non -plan review -related building permit fees paid, provided the applicant presents a written request to cancel the permit prior to the commencement of any construction work covered by the permit and/or prior to the completion or any inspections by City staff. The automation fees are non-refundable. [ NOTE: The Building Official does not have purview over another department's or jurisdiction's Fees. Please apply for other potential rerunda separately, if applicable.) K.RENEWALS Permit Renewal: Request for renewal of residential, multi -family, and commercial building permit L. PENALTIES Any person who shall commence any work for which a permit is required by (his Code without first having obtained a permit may be required to pay double the permit fee razed by this section for such work Such double permilfee shall be in additional to any penally fora violation of the provisions of this Code. SECTION POUR. FALSE ALARMS. (EMS) False Alarm Fee Burglary 1st and 2nd false alarms in a registration year (July 1 - June 30) 3rd fuse blerms in a m1i.1mikM year fJ uty t . Juno 30). eaeh alarm ilh fake alums Ina realafaatkn year (Juiy 1 - Jura 30L uach alarm Sth false alarms in a regkbatian year (July 1 • June 30). each alarm Gth and wcceedra false alarms in a registration year (July 1 - June 30). each alarm $335 1366 Free Free $50 $50 Si00 5100 Stop S150 =0 $200 Robbery 1 st and 2nd false alarms in a registration year (July 1 - June 30) FM 3(d W" alarms In a mgoinigon year (Juyr t -June 30i, each alarm _0V _ ath lahe alarms at o raglairatlan year 1 - d1Yfta 30). each alarm $150 Sth false alarms in a registration year (July 1 -June 30), each alarm 61h and auct@ssWe lalsa slams fn a repa4agofi.yea, [Jay t . June ila m Registration Fee Lea heektratlea raw penally Late Few Alarm Paymenl Panto ry Appeal Hearing Cancellation Fee SI5 560 Sib Free $75 $150 $225 S300 S25 S50 525 $to SECTION FIVE. FIRE CODE -ANNUAL PERMITS AND REVIEW. (FIRE) Fire Department Review and Inspection of Building Permits 15% of Building Permit Fee with min $84.0; 16% of Building Permit Fee with min $89.39 Fire Prevention System Permits . Permit Fee (based on valuation) Per IBC Section 108-2 Per IBC Section 108.2 Plan Review Fee _ 65 % of FP Permit Fee 65 % of FP Permit Fee Btaeta•famtfy s@lar P. net I ayarcm permit fee S120 Outside Consultantplan review _ Actual Cost Actual cwt _ _ Aadijenar plea renew requced by Changearadditiah/lyvilkms 1a piarrr-Wtow or pahimI laf MAW _ — — $6G.li0Rtf — — — Nat@, G!y rclar/la sie.00 wrorQr r@Q iQfFttICQSOiQQ SECTION SIX. FIREWORKS. (FIRE) Public Dis lay Permit together with $100 00 cash band) $100 $160 _ SECTION -SEVEN. LAND USE. (CO) A. PRINCIPAL LAND USE AND SUBDIVISION -RELATED FEES: pQe�iippy-pwQMFWUi;�.{J. brMasfpri) _ — $582 to Adminjsvative DalelrrllfwtlonlCorie Inlerpretallpft ilndudessubmiss{an 8 I resubRllasi(xrr U31 loot Annexations (Inaudes aubfrllssion & 1_resubms6itirtr 53459 i3r697 Resolution No. 23- Page 7 of 17 TYPE OF FEE 2023 Fee 2024 Proposed Fee 9EC VON SEVEN, LAND USE. (CD) (*arltinuad) Boundary Lino Adjustment [Includes submission & t resubmission], Plus S1,661 $1,761 Fire Review @ 5% $83T S89 Public Works Review 51,037 S1.084 8lnding Alto Plan, 2.4 lots (Includes aubmisslbn 31 rasuhmfssiorl],Plus 54,154 A4�3 Fire Review @ 5% s208 s220 l Public Works Review S1,839 $1,924 Blndlnq glta Pleb, 6.9 lots (Includes submission & 1 rasubmisslon), Plus: $5.401 — Flfe fie±li9w,�.5% — _ S271 S287 Public Works Review Binding Site Plan, 10 & more lots llnctudes submission & t resubmission},Plus. $8,308 S8,806 FireReview Q 5% S416 $441 Public Works Review 51.839 51,924 Change of Use (Includes submission & 1 resubmission) - $415 $440 Davelopment Agreement, New or Amended 530,000 f37 800 Forest Practices Permit (Includes submission & 1 resubmisslon) $M $311 Flood Plain ParmIt IIncIudas submisslon & 1 resubmissionI SB31 5887 Historic Daalgnollon Review (Includes submission & 1 rasubmission) Sias 5176 Lot Line Ellmination (Includes submisSioR 6 t ir"ubmission) S1,861 51,761 Plat, Prellminary (Includes submission & 1 resubmleslonl. Plus: S6566 38.806 Per Acre Fee S11 o S717 Fire Review 6 s96 S429 S466 Public Works Review Base fee _ $5.268 $6,629 Plus per q= fee S203 $212 Plat, Final.[Includes submisslarf,& 1 resukrllEsslon},Pius _ 56,466 16,814 Public Works Review Plat, Short 2.4 tots (Includes submission & 1 resubmisalon),Plus S4-154 $4,403 Per 101 S 168 _ $114 Fire Review.@ 5% s208 $220 Public Works Review S1,821 51,906 Plat, Short 6 - 9 lots (IncWas aubmtsslion & i rssubmisslonJ, Pius: _ $5.401 $6.725 Per lot _ _ _ �$114 Fire Review @ 5% _$108 T $270 _ $286 Public Works Review $1,821 $1.905 Pre -Application Meeting (Includes submission & 1 rosubmisslon) $631 ftia9 Process I - Miner slta ravlow (Includes submission & 1 resv6ml5alon) S831 seal Proeees 2 • Site Plan Review (Base Feel (Includes submission & 1 resubmission], PIu6 $3.739 $3,383 over 2$,000 sqn _ 5474 3602 over50,000 qq S830 $680 over 1OQ,000 sgfe 51,169 $1,269 Fire Review @ 5%'o STa7 Public Works Review Bose Fee, Plus:over _ _ _ _ _$198 25,n00 sgfl 5406 $42.6 over50,000 sqN over 109,000 Sqll 51,224 iR,6U Resolution No. 23-_ Page 8 of !7 TYPE OF FEE 2023 2024 Proposed Fee Fee Process 3 • Pteleet Approval [Base Fee] (Includes submission & 1 resubmission), Plus: 54.385 56,284 over 25.000 sgtt -- - _ $4 4 $602 over 50.0WsgB 5830 $890 overi00,000 Kff S1�185 $1,256 Fire Review Q 5 % $249 $284 Public Works R"aw Base Fes. plus: _ $1�751 f1,e11 over 25,000 sgd $406 $425 _ _ over 50,000,sgft $all $848 over1U0,000 s9R _ $1,224 _ _ _ $1,280 Process 3 • IlCfflk w forMdie tower& anlenro structures for use by antalaur radio regWred bS FWRC 19.110.ti4(3j {trtclu es submission & 1 resubmission), Plus: 5293 011 Fire Review a..5° 6 876 =16� Process 3 - Administrative Variances Includes submission 8 1 resubmission $4,985 $6,284 Public Works Review $406 $426 Process 4 -Hearing Examiner's Decision, [base Fee] (Includes submission & 1 resubmission). Plus $5.295 26,614 Fire Review @ 5% _ _ S265 $2111 Public works Review S2,433 Process 4 - Hearing Examiner Variance [Base Fee] (Includes submission & 1 resubmission), Plus $4.461 54,729 Public Works Review $612 $floe process 6 • Quast•dudloiel Rezones [Sate Fee] (Indtides sudmissiarr.31 resubmission), Plus: From one RS deskgnatlon to another RS desigr}allon Per Acre $118 $126 Maximum $25,662 $27,202 From one RM designation to another RIN designation 55,29E 36,iH4 Per Acre 5118 $126 _ _ 2M SECTION SEVEN, trig¢ i1SE. (CD) {continued] Process 6 • Comprehensive Plan 7 Rezone Map rTmAt Amondrn [9aae Feej-(Includes suhmfbsfCn_8 f reSubrtli5si0t1 plus_ -.. - - - -' Sb,298 _ i6r,814 Per Acre (for map amendment) $118 _ _ _ _ $126 • ;' $253 $Sti3 SEPA City Center Planned Action (Includes submission & 1 res(Jbmiss;on) Plus: Fire Review Fee Q_ 5% Public -Works Revievr SEPA Environmental Checklist for kart-ProfectAction (Indudes suhrnlssion & 1 resubmission), Plus: Fire Review Fee �5% _ Public Works Review SEPA Checklist for Project Action (includes submission & 1 resubm€Sslon),Plus: Fire Review Fee 0 5% Public'Aarks Review Shoreline Subststantial Develepm8nt Permit, LBese Fee] [Includes submission & 1 resubmissionj, Plus ov0f S1_S,UOtl,prajeclvalue. - - - - - over 550,000 project value over $100,000 project value over $500.000 project value over $1,000,000 project value Public Works Review 582 $611 $21M $109 52;175 _ $109 55136 S4.985 5950 _ __AMA $5;2220 S76.439 $15.657 $1.824 S1,741 $87 $848 $2,306 $116 $426 $2,3n6 $11s 5629 $6,284 51,007 - 53,017 56,633 517,066 $16,666 $i,s08 Shoreline Conditional Use Parmlt (des.-.su6Rtiss]on d 1 Sian}, Plus_ 84,985 $6.294 Public Works Review _ 53,447 $3.606 Resolution No. 23-_ Page 9 of /7 TYPE OF FEE 2023 2024 Proposed Fee Fee 6horeflno (Exemption Determination) (Includes submission & 1 resubmrsslon S418 Saei1 Stlorallne variance pncu;das submission! 1 reSubmissicn) Plus: S4,985 $6,284 Public Works Review S2,551 Sim Temporary tlaa Permit CIO $176' Tree Retrieval Request (Incudes Submission & 7 iestitimis"n 4165 $77a 2onino' CempllanIto Review -- Change of Use jfnefucies submission & 1 raSttbmf---- J $415 S44.0 Zvning VoriNsatic n f Inquiries 10 otarminatlan$41rtCludeB.attbmission 8 1 resttbimLk foil 5785 WS B. MISCELLANEOUS LAND USE FEES: _ Appeals $1,328 $1,408 [Far appeals of Administrative Decision. SEPA Dete r aUonNotiCe of Violation,,or HearinA Examiner Decision] Automation Too (Applies to:a# Land Use and Davelapment permits] Extension raquasts Mobile..oFood Tnrak permit _ Multl-Family Tax Exemption Irill laI AppllcaUan E xton Sion of coed ltlonal carilRoate Amondmant Final Certificate Notary Public Sorvico- Per document Ronew2l of Land Use Permit ResubmtttaI of documents - Adddlonal plan review lees will be assMgd 5(.pir1R with SeWnd artd.Subsequent resubmissidm R ay tow 1 Requests not dlhefMse covered by lhis sc heduld t1:7 p mEn7mTgLM h0uf Noticing Poslago, Property Pasting, & Matorlals6 News _ _ _ 1 Appeal Fee shall be reimbursed in the event the reviewing authority determines that the appellant has substantially prevailed in the appeal action 2 The South King Fire & Rescue (SKFR) administrative review fee in an amount equal to 5% of the land use fee imposed is charged and collected by the City and paid to SKFR 3 Additional fees will be required to pay for any time spent on Land Use Applications by the Department of Public Works above the number of hours covered by the base amount allocated to Public Works for each application. 4 Fee is based on estimated hourly staff costs- 1i. Pr oco:c 34 and plc plot C. REFUNDS OF LAND USE FEES. The Filing Fees as set forth in the Fee Schedule for the City are established to defray the cost of posting and processing and the proceedings in connection with a land use application, The Director of Community Development may authorize the refunding of not more than 80% of the total application fees paid provided the applicant presents a written request to withdraw or cancel the application• The refund amount shall be determined at the Director's discretion and be based an the amount of staff resources utilized at the time of the request. D. MULTIPLE FEES When multiple land use fees are required for the same project, the highest fee shall be charged at full cost and each additional fee shall be charged at 25% of listed cost Exceptions: 1) If a land use permit is required in conjunction with a subdivision application (preliminary plat, short subdivision or binding site plan), full fees for both types of permit shall be charged, 2) SEPA fees shall be charged at the full rate shown. SECTION EIGHT. MISCELLANEOUS.. MAYOR Miscellaneous Review, Inspection or other Activity (Land Use, Public Works & Building Permit Services): Any public works, land use or building permit-relaled review, inspection or other activity not covered by the fee schedule, if performed by a City employee, is based on actual hourly cost, plus benefls of 35%, plus overhead of 25%, plus a $15ihr computer usage fee. Any private or public professional services contract needed will be billed 100%, plus 10% billing and administrative charges. u1 Sm $s11 511 _ 5335 30% of.pian.review. fee $165 $50 — $Si18 $160 $160 $160 550 $12 $366 30% of plan review fee $176 $268 Cost+ 1D95 Per RCW 42-56 as amended _ Per RG W 42 56 as amended Per RC W 42 56 as amended Aar RCW 42.56 as amended Resolution No. 23- Page 10 of 17 TYPE OF FEE 2023 2024 Proposed Fee Fee E Size Rolled Plan Copies, Per Sheet Per RCW 42.56 as amended Per RCW 42.56 as amended Audio Dupircalion, Par CD Per RCW 42.56 as amended Per RCW 42.56 as amended Clerk's Certification Pasaport Applfcatlon Fat :simlla Usage Qncoming!Wgp. ffg) U Pagli Each addittalal page Bound Printed Documents Ron -sufficient Funds Fee GIS Map and Data Requests:* 8 V2 by 11 - Paper - Color B 1f2 by 11 - Paper • Black 3 While _ - 11 by 17 • Paper - Color I by 17 -Paper - Black & White _ lip to 34 try 44 -Paper - Colaf Up to 34 by 44 - Paper - Black & iillhite — CDIDVD ROM (per diskiCDIDVD) Maps that require extensive processing time or require additional ink and plotting supplies will be charged at a higher rate. Applicable sales tax will be added to the costs. ro1u 510 $35 970 _ $35 S3 33 S1 St Actual Cost Actual Cost ---- $25 $25 $4 53 $5 $4 S3 S5 $4 per square foot Per square fact $2 Staff Time to Complete Request Per How S76.50 S76:50 Computer Usage. Per Hour .. Sss _ S15_. Rate slalt Imte and compulcr ceagc win on ly ba charged on-req'veiis far cusigm vcducls SECTION NINE. PARK AND CITY FACILITY USE FEES. [PARKS) Steel Laku Picnic Rantals ✓€ Spnonil Events Picnic Rentals Monday -Sunday Reservations are from 10:00 am - 3:00 pm and 4:00 pm - 9:00 pm with a Full Day option of 10:00 am to 9:00 pm #1 Steel Lake Park (Site #1) and Town Square Park MOM. _ _ $190 3190 fiu11 Clay S320 Sm _ #2 Steel Lake (Site #s 2-5), Adelaide, Laurelwood, Palisades, Sacajawea, and other requested sites (with City approval) Part Day S105 $105 Frill Day $190 $190 *Note: Groups over 120 require a Special Events Permits and subject to a different fee schedule and requirements. Special Events Frrst three hours (3 hour mimmu_m) $210 5210 Hourly rate after f rsl 3 h=y 5 S70 S70 Damage Deposit S1,000 _ $1,000 Refundable it no damage on. site _ AddRional charges on ALL permilaffesenrations� City -supplied additional trash cans $8 each_per cipy. $5 each per day Eiechio S50 per pay S50 per day — 'Stage_ _ SOOtl.per d y 5600 per day 'New stage wilh canopy 51=500,par.gay;^ $5,500 per rlay City H411 Raom Rerlta Is _ Council Chambers (per hour) SH9 St1f! Non -Council Chamber Meeting Roams (per hour) $30 SECTION TEN. PUBLIC WORKS. PW . T A. Building Moving and OverSixofOyarwolg_ht vehicle Permit. 1. Building moving through Cky S•107 $426 2. Building moving into or within City S407 - $429 Pre•move inspection, the higher of actual cost or $407 _ $426 Resolution No. 23- Page 11 of 17 TYPE OF FEE 2023 2024 Proposed Fee Fee 3. Oversizeloverwetghl vehicle permit $203 $2112 B. Streat andtar Easement Vadaedn Apptloatton 1-300lineal feel S1,273__ $4,394 every 100 lineal feel thereafter, per 100 LF $203 $212 C. Right -of -Way Use Permit, includes 1 1. lndividusl singie family homeowner 2 All other appllca(lons 3- Supplement plan review fee for any ai 4. Supplement construction inspection fc 5 lnspection outside of normal business 6 Weekend, holiday, and emerWnct ca 7 Re•inspeclion _ S. Job start penally fee S. Work without permit Rusldont(al All other applications D. Single Family Residential Right-ar-Way Modification Request, plus recording fog' 1. Non -Residential Right•ol-Way Modification ( Including Plat- Multi -family. Commercial) 2-.Reconsideration of determination with aditional supplied information SECTION TEN. PUBLIC WORKS. (PWi (continued $331 ——- —— — $307 5580 $1,621 $3.083 one s%6eo ' $607 — — $1.588 _ $3,226 E. Development Review Fop 1. Single, Family $305 3319 2- Short Subdivisions Construction Plans (Includes submission & t eesubmi551on) 52.440 $2,662 a. Supplemental plan reviewtconstruclion service fee, per hour (for additional resutxnlssianJ $203 5212 b. Construction Inspection Fee, per hour $168 $17s 3 Subdivisions and Commercial/Industrial Developmenis S3.661 $2.829 construcGon Plans (lnetudes submission & 1 resubmisslon) a. Supplemental plan reviewkLrialrucUon service fee, per hour S203 1i212 b. COnslrucllpn Inspection Fee, per hour $188 $47S F.Conourr�llcy _T�s generated:. - If less than 10 trip.$ S2.092 52,488 - If between 11 and 50 trips S13*d SG278 _ If be(ween 51 and 600 trips slowo S11,484 - if greater than 500 trips _ S1T,598_ $18,409 G. Miscellaneous Public Works Prrmlta and $afvftres {Same.Baastruotura under Sodtien EEQh}1Mieceilanedus Face} H. Frlrnohis0 snd Small Wiroless License & Permits 1_Ffancldse Application Fee SS,DpO $5.mo _ 2. Sr6e l Wreless Master Lease Administrative Fee SZOW S2.000 3. Small VWeiess Site Lease Addendum Administrative Fee 5888 $686 4. SUpplerreenlai review far any and all franchise. applications and small wffelass leesestaddendumstperrnls {per hour)_ 5784 5184 5 Smell Wireless Site Reservalion (S mdmhs, maximum 10 stles) Re/efv9l(mt Feb per situ_ 6-.Small Wireless Site Rent -(per location per year) _ _ _ _ $270_ _ $270 7- Small Wireless Permit (when included in Site Lease Addendum)' fee included in Site Lease fee included in Site Addendum Fee Lease Addendum Fee 8. Small Wireless Permit (when not included in Site Lease —Addendum)** $652 $652 Ra¢atdl.R F.e par h.pt., 75A75.e 1e RCW end as amended end K.C. Coda 1.1 ZAN and n amended " Righrwfvay Use Fermit (Sooaon 10 of Feu scheduta) k also Iagvirad for ¢onslrupllen and restoration whhth the hvhlbr way. SECTION ELEVEN. RIGHT-OF-WAY ACTIVITY. (FI) Right of Way Activity Permit Fee $184 $184 SECTION TWELVE. TA%tGASS.. Pursuant to King County Fee Schedule Resolution No. 23-_ Page 12 of 17 ' TYPE OF FEE 2023 2024 Proposed Fee Fee SECTION THIRTEEN. IMPACT MITIGATION. School Impact Fee, per dwellina unll, as noted below (FWPS RESOLUTION #2021.13) Single Family Residenca, inducing Duplexes and Accessory Dwelling UniIs So so Plus City Administrative Fee Q 5% $0 $0 Multi•Famify Residence _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ $0_ _ $0_ Plus City Adadnislrabve Fee Q 5% � 50 "Mixed -Use Residential m aecardancerrWt.[31 liaise Flo; $6 249 $D so Plus City Administrative Fee Q 5 % $0 $0 The following school impact fees discounts I—— —as follows: Multi,Famlly Residence -. A+ blsdrdam_ unit.( discount) Aso i(f Plus City Adminislraiiva Fee Q 5% 'So SO Multi -Family Residence - 3 bedroom unit (12-5%disCUUrt1). Pius City AdminislrativA Fee Q 5% _ so ^ MuIG-Family Residence - 2 bedroom unit (31.2% discount) _ so 5o Plus Cily A.dmmistralive Fee Q 5% So so Multl•Farniiy Residence - 1 bedroom uNt (50%discount) 90 _ s0 Plus City Adminis"tive Fee Q 5% .30 .Sa _ Multi -Family Residence =Studio unit (62.5 % discount) _ 50 SQ _ Plus City Adrmrnstrative Fee Q 5% So Sb "Drdlnutoe No. id-787 prevldee 64% fedue.d seheel Imp PC% lee will- city Conti, tan.- _ h :'Cily Adnlillls &We Lea of S% will ba added to th. t.1a1 Soh—r impact roes charged Park Impact Fee (Pt A. Residential Per Dwelling lJnit $2.200 $2,200 B. Commercial Per Employee $0 SO Nobs; I City Admi-ialrlVIRM Ip. OFIM will Ce Wd.d to tAetpdil perk -- Traffic Impact Fee (PW ): Land Use A. Rosidonflal Single Family (Detadled) perdwalling 58,193.81 S8.138.21 Mul&FamBy per dwelling _ S3.849.39 S3,721.96 Sen6bf tioslsing per dwelling $1.906.26 S2.877.84 W—Wolipme In MH Park Wd:"Wrip S3,045.60 S4.017.1$ B. Commerical - Services Drive-in Bank sf/GFA _ _ S47.15 $60.67 _ Hotel Or roam 55.675.38 _ S6.837.76 _ Motel per rbetn S3597.15 N.662.01 Day Care Center per WGFR_ $39.44 $41.18 Libraryper sllGFA 524.60 526.74 Post Office pet sf/GFA S33.80 $36.07 Service Station per VFP _ __ S21,431-85 S22,227.91 ces ServiStation with Mlnimart pereuei=A VFP $21.371.45 Sa8.263.02 Auto Care Center par sfIGFA $8.19 11.86 movieneater per seat _ _ 5415t14 $M-87 _ Health Club per sfIGFA $18,97 SnAl Resolution No. 23-_ Page 13 of 17 TYPE OF FEE 2023 2024 Proposed Fee Fee SECTICH THIRTEEN. IMPACT MITIGATION. centlnuad C. Co mm are inI- InaHtvtlon ai Elementary School perW-FA student - $4.41 $638.26 MlddlelJr High School persN6FA student $801.46 High School per600" atudent _ _ _SBR8 _ S879 S7,026.07 Assisted Living, Nursing Home per bad _ $3,178.01 51,316.97 Church per $VGFA _ $4.28 PAS Hospital per sftGFA _ _ _ $7,34 $6.61 D. Commercial -Restaurant Rests_uranlWSf FA _ g35,11 High Turnover Restaurant per sFJGFA_ Fast Food Restaurant er sf/GFA $77.37 Espresso with Drive -Through per sl/GFA Drive-Thru Lane $78,79 536.74 329,36 $81.70 $14,920.88 E. Commercial - RetallShopping Shopping Center per sf/GLA $12.49 _ _ Supermarkel per sf/GFA _ _ _ g2B.45 _$11.66 W.62 _ Convenience Merkel per sfrGFA _ $77.8$ Free Slanding Discount Slane per sftGFA _ _ _ _ _ _ _ $16.39 $17.16 Hardware/Paint Store per s11GFA _ _ $4,35 Moll Variety Store per sftGFA $13-76 _ _ =14.48 Furniture Store per sf/GFA $1.25 S1.51 Home Improvement Superstore per sf/GFA s6-7i _ ;B.Bp Pharmacy µtiih privy-Th - -6 per s#GFA $21,16 $21.99 Car Safes - Now/Used per sf1GFA $2e.38 S24 4$ Commercial - Office General Office EI6F.sf/GFA Medical Office per sf/GFA _ $9.79 $13.36 - - 524-55 $29.16 Industrial Lightlndustry/Manufacturing persf/GFA _ - - - - - _ - $5.96 $6.88 Industrial Park per sf/GFA _ _ _ _ _ _ _ - _ _ _ $3.79 $3.36 Mini-Warehouse/Storage per sf/GFA _ _ _ $1.61 $1.48 Warehousin persf/GFA $1.81 $1.78 City Center Impact Fee Rates A. Commercial - Services Onve-in [sank (CC) per sf/GFA Day Care Center (CC). per srfGfA Library {CC) per sf/GFA Post Office, (CC) per WGFA Movie Theater (CC) per seat Health Club (CC) ".r sf/GFA B. Commercial - Restaurant Restaurant ICC) per sffGFA High Turnover Restaurant (CC) per sf/GFA Fasl Food Restauranl (CC) per sGGFA C. Com s27.53 W9.20 s23.03 $24.12 S14 37 _ Sli $19 73 S20.46 5242.97 3226,93 $11-08 $16.31 SiB.s9 514.5i S37.T6 S&00 513.89 f14.77 538.48 $6.64 Si3.96 $16.62 Resolution No. 23 Page 14 of /7 TYPE OF FEE 2023 2024 Proposed Fee Fee D. Commercial - Office General Office (CC) per sf/GFA _ _ 58.69 S5-05 Medical Office (CC) per sfIGFA S9.26 $11.02 GFA = Grose Floor Area GLA = Gross Leasable Area CC = City Center For uses with Unit of Measure in sF, trip rate is given as tripe per 1,000 sF VFP= Vehicle Fueling Position. (Maximum number of vehicles that can be fueled eimultsneoualy) Notes: 1) City Administrative fee of 6% will be added to the total Traffic Impact Fees charged. 2) Traffic Impact Trips/Fees computed based on ITS 11th Edition. Surface Water A. System Development Charge Single Farnlly (Detached) perdwelling $1.139.54 All other DDvelep"rit per ESU (1 ESU = 3200 sf of new impervious surfabe) _ $1,139-54 SECTION FOURTEEN- PUBLIC SAFETY. PD Photocoples, Black and White Per Page PhWocogies, Color Per Page Scanning Per Page photograph Duplicadon.(trom filmy. Audio OupNeation. Per CI] Video Dupiicatldn. Per DVD Digilal Image Duplication, Per CD Fingarpnnl Card _ Clearance Letler Body Wom Camera Redaction Fees ($0.83 per minute of redacted video) Concealed Pistol License -Fees may change pursuant to State of Washington Firearms fee schedule Cmtcealed Pistol License - New Concealed Pistol License - Renewal Concealed Pistol License - Late Renewal Cont;ea]ed Pistol nse - Duplirste eFasuenoa Lamination traffic 5chod {Irlcluding.Polica and Court costs) SECTION FIFTEEN. COMMUNITY CENTER MEMSERSHIP FEES. PARKS A. Resident Single - Adult (1"1) Single - YoUlh (3-11) Single -Teen (12-17) Single - Senior (62+) Household of 2 Household Of 2 &en[ors (B2+). Household of 3 Household of 4 Household of 5 Household 4f6 Household of 7 Household of 8 Household of 9 Household of 10 ' Low Income Rate is 75% S1 r'R2.71; 51 A S2.76 Per RCW 42.56 as ainanded Per RCW 42 56 as amended Per RCW 42.56 as 8merldeo Per RCW 42.56. as amended Per RCW 42-% as amended Per RCW 42.56 as amended Per RCW 42-58 as amended Per RCW 42.56 as amended Par RCW 42-56 as amended Per RCW 42.56 as amentfad Per RCW 42-55 as amended Per RCW 42.55 as amended Per RCW 42-56 as amended Per RCW t1i56 as amended S10 Is $3 ea edd9 S 10 1W $3 ea add'I — -- Sg — $0.83 $0-83 $4925 _ $4025 $32 332 542 342 310 S10 $175 $175 2023 Full 1014-Monthly- Monthly 1 yr Full Monthly No Monthly 1 yr Contract Payment 1 NO-cOt Contract Payment 1 Contract yr Contract yr Contract $44 S40 $429_ s0 S4 4 5472 $32 $30 _ _ _ S288 $0 $27 ie $32 $30 SW11 So $33 5042 $35 933 _ S353 $0 S33 S388 St3t3 _ S$f s6t33 So $s7 5729 S54 55_O 5544 so $456 5690 S72 $755 s0 $76 SR30 $79 _ _$68 $74 5815 s0 Sal S896 S83 $875 $0 S05 S062 S65 _ _S78 $81 $917 so s69 $1.009 $87 585 $953 $0 $93 $1.048 $92 $88 5987 s0 $97 $1,066 Resolution No. 23- Page 15 of 17 $100 $1,098 $102 $1,134 TYPE OF FEE 2023 2024 Proposed Fab Fee 8. Non -Resident Single - Adult (18.61) $49 $45 $465 $0 S45 $663 Single - Youth (3-11) $37 $35 $297 so $31 $0_ Single - Teen (12-17) $37 $35_ $385 =0 $38 1432 Single - Senior (62+) $42 _ $38 $409 so $42 3469 Household of 2 571 $67 so _ 574 saw Household of 2 Seniors (62+)` $60 $56 _$687 $586 so $82 $694 Household of 3 $78 $74 $787 so $81 S892 _ _ Household or $84 $80 $844 s0 588 5966 Household of 5 588 $B.4' USE) $0 $92 $1.013 HO_IlWB dof6 $91 �7 $931 so $96 $1,049 Household of 7 _ -8 $92 $91 $964 so 9100 51,086 Household of $97 $97 $998 $o 5107 S1.122 Household of 9 slos $1,158 Household of 10 E109 $1,196 'Low Income is 75% C. Corporate Membership Plan Mobile Pass M-F 10:00 am - 6:00 m $25 $25 D. Day Pass $10 $10 E. Room Rental Fees Rental Period Resident Non -Resident Resident Non -Resident Communily Full Room AIIO'8y 52.195 $2,450 $2,496 $2,860 4-8hom _S1,495 _ S1,ST5 $1,896 $2.276 Per hour 2hrmlR. $415 54T5 $476 $636 Two Room Combo 4 - 8 hours $1.150 $1,275 $1,760 $1,960 Per hour (2 hr min.) _ $305 $360 $606 $666 One Room 4 - 8 hours $500 $575 S4fi0_ f 1.160 Perhour.(2•hrimin.] $16io _ _ Sias $240 _ s276 Forest Lounge _ _ 4 - 8 hours $480 _ sm $660 $434 Per hour (2 hr mlr'k) 5160 Sias $1T6 7A6 Mapl-a Room 4 -8 hours $SqD $350 132S 011$ Per hour (2 hr min.) S75 i95 us $108 _ Waddino Raak�asa $1,750 $1,950 $0 So �3:-1--•."^6)r:��F['�id71-RC4ni•(�-hI&)r7rld-dGt-up . —Cu&tom $47s) Kilchen wilh room rental (preferred calerer) $25/hr $26ft S361hr $351Hr K11cheR-w 5200 base tae S25111r 5261hr So =G _ F. Damage Deposit fee Full or 20rd room S500 S500 35M $500 1 Room or Maple Room _ - - _ S250. M 5236 $25U SECTION SIXTEEN. IT TECHNOLOGY FEES. IT In order to accommodate the high cost and need to continually replace telecommunications, data, network, hardware, and software systems caused by a continuous and rapidly changing technology environment, the technology fees shall be applied to the following transactions: A. Business license fees. A fee of one dollar ($1) per business license transaction unless the business is exempt from payment of the business license fe- Resolution No. 23 Page 16 of 17 TYPE OF PEE 2623 2024 Proposed H. Parka and reerearien Fees. A ree of one dollar (S11 per transaction for each registration for any parks and reuea!ian program For the purposes of this subsw%on,'transaction' shot! mean the process of collecting and reeeipkng fees and charges in the form of caah, check, ar credit card payment for ptograrhs, services, or miscellaneous resale dams offered by the parks and recreation deparlmenl. The fee shelf not apply !o the following: 1. The fee shall not apply to regisiral Ions or Iansactions with a total cost Ions than ten dollars ($10): 2 The fee shall not apply to drop- n transactions (such as, for exampte and Without WrrlitErDW (1) time payment for use of the weight room at Communlly Center). C. Pat hcensa fees. A tee of one dolfar ($1) per Iransaction. For no fee transactions, (his fee is exempt D. For all other applications, permits. Inspections, registfaikons, trsrrsacfions, and approvals established under the Federal Way Retrlsed City Code, the fee sha0 be established by council resolution. Resolutiwr No. 23- Rage 17 of 17 COUNCIL MEETING DATE: DECEMBER 5, 2023 CITY OF FEDERAL WAY CITY COUNCIL AGENI]A BILL SUBJECT: INNOVA ARCHITECTS — FWCC LOCKER ROOM DESIGN ITEM #: / a POLICY QUESTION: Should the City Council approve the proposed contract for design of the Federal Way Community Center locker room renovations and authorize the Mayor to execute the contract? COMMITTEE: N/A MEETING DATE: N/A CATEGORY: ❑ Consent ❑ Ordinance ❑ Public Hearing ® City Council Business ❑ Resolution ❑ Other STAFF REPORT BY: Autumn Gre Attachments: 1. Staff Report Contract Administrator DEPT: Parks 2. INNOVA Architects Contract Options Considered: 1. Approve the proposed contract. 2. Do not approve proposed contract and provide direction to staff. MAYOR'S RECOMME TION: Option 1. MAYOR APPROVAL: II i3� �� �� IRECTOR APPROV mmitte CQanci lniiial/i7a Initial/Date COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION: N/A It Committee Chair Committee Member Committee Member PROPOSED COUNCIL MOTION: "I move approval of the proposed contract and authorize the Mayor to execute said contract. " (BELOW TO BE COMPLETED BY CITY CLERK'S OFFICE COUNCIL ACTION: ❑ APPROVED COUNCIL BILL # ❑ DENIED First reading ❑ TABLED/DEFERRED/NO ACTION Enactment reading ❑ MOVED TO SECOND READING (ordinances only) ORDINANCE # REVISED - 4/2019 RESOLUTION # CITY OF FEDERAL WAY MEMORANDUM DATE: December 5, 2023 TO: City Council Members VIA: Jim Ferrell, Mayor FROM: Autumn Gressett, Contract Administrator John Hutton, Parks DirectorIJPTIAy SUBJECT: INNOVA Architects - FWCC Locker Room Renovations Design Financial Impacts: The cost to the City for Federal Way Community Center Locker Room Renovation Design will be $232,365.00 and was included within the approved budget under ARPA funding. Upon completion of the Federal Way Community Center Locker Room Renovation design, there will be additional construction costs. The final costs are unknown at this time, but will be confirmed through Scope of Work within this Agreement. Background Information: In May 2023, Parks staff commissioned a conditions assessment of the Federal Way Community Center (FWCC) locker rooms (locker rooms). The report resulting from this assessment detailed many deficiencies within the locker rooms and associated architectural, mechanical and electrical systems, and finishes. Staff provided this report to the City Council at the June 27, 2023 FEDRAC Committee meeting[s] and, consistent with the condition's assessment report recommendations, requested authorization and funding to complete a redesign and renovation to correct the deficiencies and ensure longevity of the safe, enjoyable use of these well -used facilities. As part of the overall Federal Way Community Center Locker Room Renovation Project (Project), Staff negotiated a project management agreement with Rock Project Management and provided City Council with an updated timeline at the September 12, 2023 PRHSPS Committee meeting. The updated timeline reflects an Architectural & Engineering Request for Statement of Qualifications Phase, Design Phase, Permitting Phase, Request for Bids for Construction Contractor Phase and a final Construction Phase spanning from September 2023 — June 2025. In September 2023, staff requested statements of qualifications (SOQ) from architectural & engineering design firms. Interviews with firms that submitted SOQs were conducted by an interview panel and contract negotiations resulted with INNOVA Architects. Staff Rev. 7/18 CITY OF ,,. Federal Way CITY HALL 33325 8th Avenue South Federal Way, WA 98003-6325 (253) 835-7000 www cityoffederalway com PROFESSIONAL SERVICES AGREEMENT FOR FEDERAL WAY COMMUNITY CENTER LOCKER ROOM RENOVATIONS This Professional Services Agreement ("Agreement") is made between the City of Federal Way, a Washington municipal corporation ("City"), and INNOVA Architects, Inc., a Washington corporation" ("Architect & Engineering Firm" or "A/E Firm"). The City and A/E Firm (together "Parties") are located and do business at the below addresses, which shall be valid for any notice required under this Agreement: INNOVA ARCHITECTS INC.: Paul McCormick 950 Pacific Ave, Suite 450 Tacoma, WA 98402 253-380-1932 (telephone) paul(ainnovaarchitects.com The Parties agree as follows: CITY OF FEDERAL WAY: Autumn Gressett 33325 8th Avenue South Federal Way, WA 98003-6325 (253) 835-6914 autumn. gessett@cityoffederalway. com 1. TERM. The term of this Agreement shall commence upon the effective date of this Agreement, which shall be the date of mutual execution, and shall continue until the completion of the Services specified in this Agreement, but in any event no later than June 30, 2025 ("Term"). This Agreement may be extended for additional periods of time upon the mutual written agreement of the Parties. 2. SERVICES. The A/E Firm shall perform the services more specifically described in Exhibit B ("Services"), attached hereto and incorporated by this reference, in a manner consistent with the accepted professional practices for other similar services within the Puget Sound region in effect at the time those services are performed, performed to the City's satisfaction, within the time period prescribed by the City and pursuant to the direction of the Mayor or his or her designee. The A/E Firm warrants that it has the requisite training, skill, and experience necessary to provide the Services and is appropriately accredited and licensed by all applicable agencies and governmental entities, including but not limited to obtaining a City of Federal Way business registration. Services shall begin immediately upon the effective date of this Agreement. Services shall be subject, at all times, to inspection by and approval of the City, but the making (or failure or delay in making) such inspection or approval shall not relieve A/E Firm of responsibility for performance of the Services in accordance with this Agreement, notwithstanding the City's knowledge of defective or non -complying performance, its substantiality or the ease of its discovery. 3. TERMINATION. Either party may terminate this Agreement, with or without cause, upon providing the other party thirty (30) days' written notice at its address set forth above. The City may terminate this Agreement immediately if the A/E Firm fails to maintain required insurance policies, breaches confidentiality, or materially violates Section 12 of this Agreement. Termination for such conduct may render the A/E Firm ineligible for City agreements in the future. 4. COMPENSATION. 4.1 Amount. In return for the Services, the City shall pay the A/E Firm an amount not to exceed a maximum amount and according to a rate or method as delineated in Exhibit C, attached hereto and incorporated by this reference. The A/E Firm agrees that any hourly or flat rate charged by it for its services contracted for PROFESSIONAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - Rev. 4/2023 'S CITY OF Ak Federal Way CITY HALL 33325 8th Avenue South Federal Way, WA 98003-6325 (253) 835-7000 mvw cityoffederatway. com herein shall remain locked at the negotiated rate(s) for the Term. Except as otherwise provided in Exhibit C, the A/E Firm shall be solely responsible for the payment of any taxes imposed by any lawful jurisdiction as a result of the performance of Services and payment under this Agreement. 4.2 Method of Pa ent. On a monthly basis, the A/E Firm shall submit a voucher or invoice in the form specified by the City, including a description of what Services have been performed, the name of the personnel performing such Services, and any hourly labor charge rate for such personnel. The A/E Firm shall also submit a final bill upon completion of all Services. Payment shall be made on a monthly basis by the City only after the Services have been performed and within thirty (30) days following receipt and approval by the appropriate City representative of the voucher or invoice. If the Services do not meet the requirements of this Agreement, the A/E Firm will correct or modify the work to comply with the Agreement. The City may withhold payment for such work until the work meets the requirements of the Agreement. 4.3 Non -Appropriation of Funds. If sufficient funds are not appropriated or allocated for payment under this Agreement for any future fiscal period, the City will not be obligated to make payments for Services or amounts incurred after the end of the current fiscal period, and this Agreement will terminate upon the completion of all remaining Services for which funds are allocated. No penalty or expense shall accrue to the City in the event this provision applies. 5. INDEMNIFICATION. 5.1 A/E Firm Indemnification. The A/E Firm agrees to release, indemnify, defend, and hold the City, its elected officials, officers, employees, agents, representatives, insurers, attorneys, and volunteers harmless from any and all claims, demands, actions, suits, causes of action, arbitrations, mediations, proceedings, judgments, awards, injuries, damages, liabilities, taxes, losses, fines, fees, penalties expenses, attorney's fees, costs, and/or litigation expenses to or by any and all persons or entities, including, without limitation, their respective agents, licensees, or representatives; arising from, resulting from the negligent acts, errors or omissions of the A/E Firm in performance of this Agreement, except for that portion of the claims caused by the City's negligence. Should a court of competent jurisdiction determine that this Agreement is subject to RCW 4.24.115, then, in the event of liability for damages arising out of bodily injury to persons or damages to property caused by or resulting from the concurrent negligence of the A/E Firm and the City, the A/E Firm's liability, including the duty and cost to defend, hereunder shall be only to the extent of the A/E Firm's negligence. A/E Firm shall ensure that each sub -contractor shall agree to defend and indemnify the City, its elected officials, officers, employees, agents, representatives, insurers, attorneys, and volunteers to the extent and on the same terms and conditions as the A/E Firm pursuant to this paragraph. The City's inspection or acceptance of any of A/E Firm's work when completed shall not be grounds to avoid any of these covenants of indemnification. 5.2 Industrial Insurance Act Waiver. It is specifically and expressly understood that the A/E Firm waives any immunity that may be granted to it under the Washington State industrial insurance act, Title 51 RCW, solely for the purposes of this, indemnification. A/E Firm's indemnification shall not be limited in any way by any limitation on the amount of damages, compensation or benefits payable to or by any third party under workers' compensation acts, disability benefit acts or any other benefits acts or programs. The Parties acknowledge that they have mutually negotiated this waiver. 5.3 City Indemnification. The City agrees to release, indemnify, defend and hold the A/E Firm, its officers, directors, shareholders, partners, employees, agents, representatives, and sub -contractors harmless from any and all claims, demands, actions, suits, causes of action, arbitrations, mediations, proceedings, judgments, awards, injuries, damages, liabilities, losses, fines, fees, penalties expenses, attorney's fees, costs, and/or PROFESSIONAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - Rev. 4/2023 CITY OF CITY HALL Fera Way 33325 8th Avenue South Federal Way, WA 98003-6325 4S (253) 835-7000 wwwca-1, l,demlwaycom litigation expenses to or by any and all persons or entities, including without limitation, their respective agents, licensees, or representatives, arising from, resulting from or connected with this Agreement to the extent caused by the negligent acts, errors, or omissions of the City. 5.4 Survival. The provisions of this Section shall survive the expiration or termination of this Agreement with respect to any event occurring prior to such expiration or termination. 6. INSURANCE. The A/E Firm agrees to carry insurance for liability which may arise from or in connection with the performance of the services or work by the A/E Firm, their agents, representatives, employees, or subcontractors for the duration of the Agreement and thereafter with respect to any event occurring prior to such expiration or termination as follows: 6.1. Minimum Limits. The A/E Firm agrees to carry as a minimum, the following insurance, in such forms and with such carriers who have a rating that is satisfactory to the City: a. Commercial general liability insurance covering liability arising from premises, operations, independent contractors, products -completed operations, stopgap liability, personal injury, bodily injury, death, property damage, products liability, advertising injury, and liability assumed under an insured contract with limits no less than $2,000,000 for each occurrence and $2,000,000 general aggregate. b. Workers' compensation and employer's liability, insurance in amounts sufficient pursuant to the laws of the State of Washington. C. Automobile liability insurance covering all owned, non -owned, hired, and leased vehicles with a minimum combined single limit in the minimum amounts required to drive under Washington State law per accident for bodily injury, including personal injury or death, and property damage. d. Professional liability insurance with limits no less than $2,000,000 per claim and $2,000,000 policy aggregate for damages sustained by reason of or in the course of operation under this Agreement, whether occurring by reason of acts, errors or omissions of the A/E Firm. 6.2. No Limit of Liability. A/E Finn's maintenance of insurance as required by this Agreement shall not be construed to limit the liability of the A/E Firm to the coverage provided by such insurance, or otherwise limit the City's recourse to any remedy available at law or in equity. The A/E Firm's insurance coverage shall be primary insurance with respect to the City. Any insurance, self-insurance, or insurance pool coverage maintained by the City shall be excess of the A/E Finn's insurance and shall not contribute with A/E Firm's insurance. 6.3. Additional Insured Verification. The City shall be named as additional insured on all commercial general liability insurance policies. Concurrent with the execution of this Agreement, A/E Firm shall provide certificates of insurance for all commercial general liability policies attached hereto as Exhibit D and incorporated by this reference. At the City's request, A/E Firm shall furnish the City with copies of all insurance policies and with evidence of payment of premiums or fees of such policies. If A/E Finn's insurance policies are "claims made' ' A/E Firm shall be required to maintain tail coverage for a minimum period of three (3) years from the date this Agreement is terminated or upon project completion and acceptance by the City. 6.4 Survival. The provisions of this Section shall survive the expiration or termination of this Agreement. 7. CONFIDENTIALITY. All information regarding the City obtained by A/E Firm in performance of this Agreement shall be considered confidential and subject to applicable laws. Breach of confidentiality by the A/E Firm may be grounds for immediate termination. All records submitted by the City to the A/E .Firm will be safeguarded by the A/E Firm. The A/E Firm will fully cooperate with the City in identifying, assembling, and PROFESSIONAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - Rev. 4/2023 CITY OF CITY HALL Federal Way Feder Avenue South Federall Way, WA 98003-6325 (253) 835-7000 wivw cityoffederahvay cam providing records in case of any public records request. 8. WORK PRODUCT. All originals and copies of work product, including plans, sketches, layouts, designs, design specifications, records, files, computer disks, magnetic media, or material that may be produced -or modified by A/E Firm while performing the Services shall belong to the City upon delivery. The A/E Firm shall make such data, documents, and files available to the City and shall deliver all needed or contracted for work product upon the City's request. At the expiration or termination of this Agreement, all originals and copies of any such work product remaining in the possession of A/E Firm shall be delivered to the City. 9. BOOKS AND RECORDS. The A/E Firm agrees to maintain books, records, and documents which sufficiently and properly reflect all direct and indirect costs related to the performance of the Services specified in this Agreement, and maintain such accounting procedures and practices as may be deemed necessary by the City to assure proper accounting of all funds paid pursuant to this Agreement. These records shall be subject, at all reasonable times, to inspection, review, or audit by the City, its authorized representative, the State Auditor, or other governmental officials authorized by law to monitor this Agreement. 10. INDEPENDENT CONTRACTOR. The Parties intend that the A/E Firm shall be an independent contractor and that the A/E Firm has the ability to control and direct the performance and details of its work, the City being interested only in the results obtained under this Agreement. The City shall be neither liable nor obligated to pay A/E Firm sick leave, vacation pay, or any other benefit of employment, nor to pay any social security or other tax that may arise as an incident of this Agreement. A/E Firm shall take all necessary precautions and shall be responsible for the safety of its employees, agents, and subcontractors in the performance of the Services specified in this Agreement and shall utilize all protection necessary for that purpose. All work shall be done at A/E Firm's own risk, and A/E Firm shall be responsible for any loss of or damage to materials, tools, or other articles used or held for use in connection with the Services. The A/E Firm shall pay all income and other taxes due except as specifically provided in Section 4 of this Agreement. Industrial or any other insurance that is purchased for the benefit of the City, regardless of whether such may provide a secondary or incidental benefit to the A/E Firm, shall not be deemed to convert this Agreement to an employment contract. If the A/E Firm is a sole proprietorship or if this Agreement is with an individual, the A/E Firm agrees to notify the City and complete any required form if the A/E Firm retired under a State of Washington retirement system and agrees to indemnify any losses the City may sustain through the A/E Firm's failure to do so. 11. CONFLICT OF INTEREST. It is recognized that A/E Firm may or will be performing professional services during the Term for other entities or persons; however, such performance of other services shall not conflict with or interfere with A/E Firm's ability to perform the Services. A/E Firm agrees to resolve any such conflicts of interest in favor of the City. A/E Firm confirms that A/E Firm does not have a business interest or a close family relationship with any City officer or employee who was, is, or will be involved in the A/E Firm's selection, the negotiation, drafting, signing, administration of this Agreement, or the evaluation of the A/E Firm's performance. 12. EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER. In all services, programs, activities, hiring, and employment made possible by or resulting from this Agreement or any subcontract, there shall be no discrimination by A/E Firm or its subcontractors of any level, or any of those entities' employees, agents, subcontractors, or representatives against any person because of sex, age (except minimum age and retirement provisions), race, color, religion, creed, national origin, marital status, honorably discharged veteran or military status, sexual orientation including gender expression or identity, or the presence of any disability, including sensory, mental or physical handicaps, unless based upon a bona fide occupational qualification in relationship to hiring and PROFESSIONAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - Rev. 4/2023 CITY OF Federal Way CITY HALL 33325 8th Avenue South Federal Way, WA 98003-6325 (253) 835-7000 vmw cvtyoffederalway com employment. This requirement shall apply, but not be limited to the following: employment, advertising, layoff or termination, rates of pay or other forms of compensation, and selection for training, including apprenticeship. A/E Firm shall comply with and shall not violate any of the terms of Chapter 49.60 RCW, Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, the Americans With Disabilities Act, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, 49 CFR Parts 21, 21.5, and 26, or any other applicable federal, state, or local law or regulation regarding non- discrimination. 13. GENERAL PROVISIONS. 13.1 Inte retation and Modification. This Agreement, together with any attached Exhibits, contains all of the agreements of the Parties with respect to any matter covered or mentioned in this Agreement and no prior statements or agreements, whether oral or written, shall be effective for any purpose. Should any language in any Exhibits to this Agreement conflict with any language in this Agreement, the terms of this Agreement shall prevail. The respective captions of the Sections of this Agreement are inserted for convenience of reference only and shall not be deemed to modify or otherwise affect any of the provisions of this Agreement. Any provision of this Agreement that is declared invalid, inoperative, null and void, or illegal shall in no way affect or invalidate any other provision hereof and such other provisions shall remain in full force and effect. Any act done by either Party prior to the effective date of the Agreement that is consistent with the authority of the Agreement and compliant with the terms of the Agreement, is hereby ratified as having been performed under the Agreement. No provision of this Agreement, including this provision, may be amended, waived, or modified except by written agreement signed by duly authorized representatives of the Parties. 13.2 Assignment and Beneficiaries. Neither the A/E Firm nor the City shall have the right to transfer or assign, in whole or in part, any or all of its obligations and rights hereunder without the prior written consent of the other Party. If the non -assigning party gives its consent to any assignment, the terms of this Agreement shall continue in fall force and effect and no further assignment shall be made without additional written consent. Subject to the foregoing, the rights and obligations of the Parties shall inure to the benefit of and be binding upon their respective successors in interest, heirs and assigns. This Agreement is made and entered into for the sole protection and benefit of the Parties hereto. No other person or entity shall have any right of action or interest in this Agreement based on any provision set forth herein. 13.3 Com liance with Laws. The A/E Firm shall comply with and perform the Services in accordance with all applicable federal, state, local, and city laws including, without limitation, all City codes, ordinances, resolutions, regulations, rules, standards and policies, as now existing or hereafter. amended, adopted, or made effective. If a violation of the City's Ethics Resolution No. 91-54, as amended, occurs as a result of the formation or performance of this Agreement, this Agreement may be rendered null and void, at the City's option. 13.4 Enforcement. Time is of the essence in this Agreement and each and all of its provisions in which performance is a factor. Adherence to completion dates set forth in the description of the Services is essential to the A/E Firm's performance of this Agreement. Any notices required to be given by the Parties shall be delivered at the addresses set forth at the beginning of this Agreement. Any notices may be delivered personally to the addressee of the notice or may be deposited in the United States mail, postage prepaid, to the address set forth above. Any notice so posted in the United States mail shall be deemed received three (3) days after the date of mailing. Any remedies provided for under the terms of this Agreement are not intended to be exclusive, but shall be cumulative with all other remedies available to the City at law, in equity, or by statute. The failure of the City to insist upon strict performance of any of the covenants and agreements contained in this Agreement, or to exercise any option conferred by this Agreement in one or more instances shall not be construed to be a waiver or relinquishment of those covenants, agreements or options, and the same shall be and remain in full force and PROFESSIONAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - Rev. 4/2023 4S CITY OF AN Federal Way CITY HALL 33325 8th Avenue South Federal Way, WA 98003-6325 (253) 835-7000 www cityoil-ederalway com effect. Failure or delay of the City to declare any breach or default immediately upon occurrence shall not waive such breach or default. Failure of the City to declare one breach or default does not act -as a waiver of the City's right to declare another breach or default. This Agreement shall be made in, governed by, and interpreted in accordance with the laws of the State of Washington. If the Parties are unable to settle any dispute, difference or claim arising from this Agreement, the exclusive means of resolving that dispute, difference, or claim, shall be by filing suit under the venue, rules, and jurisdiction of the King County Superior Court, King County, Washington, unless the parties agree in writing to an alternative process. If the King County Superior Court does not have jurisdiction over such a suit, then suit may be filed in any other appropriate court in King County, Washington. Each party consents to the personal jurisdiction of the state and federal courts in King County, Washington and waives any objection that such courts are aninconvenient forum. If either Party brings any claim or lawsuit arising from this Agreement, each Party shall pay all its legal costs and attorney's fees and expenses incurred in defending or bringing such claim or lawsuit, including all appeals, in addition to any other recovery or award provided by law; however, nothing in this paragraph shall be construed to limit the Parties' rights to indemnification under Section 5 of this Agreement. 13.5 Execution. Each individual executing this Agreement on behalf of the City and A/E Firm represents and warrants that such individual is duly authorized to execute and deliver this Agreement. This Agreement may be executed in any number of counterparts, each of which shall be deemed an original and with the same effect as if all Parties hereto had signed the same document. All such counterparts shall be construed together and shall constitute one instrument, but in making proof hereof, it shall only be necessary to produce one such counterpart. The signature and acknowledgment pages from such counterparts may be assembled together to form a single instrument comprised of all pages of this Agreement and a complete set of all signature and acknowledgment pages. The date upon which the last of all of the Parties have executed a counterpart of this Agreement shall be the "date of mutual execution" hereof. [Signature page follows] PROFESSIONAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - Rev. 4/2023 CITY of CITY HALL Federal Way Feder 8th Avenue South Federal Way, WA 98003-6325 (253) 835-7000 www clfyotfederalway. com IN WITNESS, the Parties execute this Agreement below, effective the last date written below. CITY OF FEDERAL WAY: ATTEST: Jim Ferrell, Mayor Stephanie Courtney, CMC, City Clerk DATE: APPROVED AS TO FORM: J. Ryan Call, City Attorney INNOVA ARCHITECTS INC.: By: Printed Name: Title: DATE: STATE OF WASHINGTON ) ss. COUNTY OF ) On this day personally appeared before me , to me known to be the of INNOVA Architects. Inc. that executed the within and foregoing instrument, and acknowledged the said instrument to be the free and voluntary act and deed of said corporation, for the uses and purposes therein mentioned, and on oath stated that he or she was authorized to execute said instrument and that the seal affixed, if any, is the corporate seal of said corporation. GIVEN under my hand and official seal this day of Notary's signature Notary's printed name Notary Public in and for the State of Washington. My commission expires 20 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - Rev. 4/2023 CITY OF owa,,Federal Way EXHIBIT A DEFINITIONS CITY HALL 33325 8th Avenue South Federal Way, WA 98003-6325 (253) 835-7000 wim ciryoffederalway com For the purposes of this Agreement, terms are defined in the Agreement and in this section, and may be defined in the Specifications or Drawings. Terms used in a defined sense normally are capitalized; terms used in a general or undefined sense normally are not capitalized. Unless the context clearly requires otherwise, or the term is expressly defined otherwise for a particular purpose, the following definitions apply throughout this Agreement. A/E Firm's Representative - An individual authorized in writing by the A/E Firm to represent the A/E Firm with respect to this Agreement. A/E Firm's Documents —All documents relating to the Project, created by A/E Firm in the performance of the Work in accordance with Exhibit B of the Agreement. Agreement - The Professional Services Agreement for Federal Way Community Center Locker Room Renovations Project signed by the parties and incorporating other documents. Agreement Documents — All documents, including exhibits and attachments, that make up this Agreement, and required submittals from the A/E Firm, including but not limited to the Agreement; the Scope of Work; Preliminary Engineering; Design Plans; bonds; these General Conditions; wage rates; written consents to proceed to a subsequent subphase, and the Notice to Proceed. Architect and Engineering Firm "A/E Firm" — INNOVA Architects, Inc. Business Day — Every official work day of the week that the City is open for business. These are the days between and including Monday through Friday, and does not include public holidays and weekends. Construction Documents — Documents necessary to complete construction, including but not limited to, the Drawings and Specifications prepared by the A/E Firm. Agreement Time - The number of days between the Work Start Date established by the Notice to Proceed and the date by which Substantial Completion of all Work must be achieved under this Agreement. Cost of the Work - Costs necessarily incurred by the A/E Firm in the performance of the Work in accordance -xrith Exhibit C of the Agreement. Defective - (1) Unsatisfactory, faulty, or deficient, (2) not conforming to this Agreement, or (3) not meeting the requirements of any inspection, test, or approval required by this Agreement or federal, state, or local Law. Design Development - The design phase described in the Agreement. Draft Design Plans — Documents created for internal review, including but not limited to, the Drawings and Specifications prepared by the A/E Firm PROFESSIONAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - Rev. 4/2023 CITY OF CITY HALL Federal WayFeder l Avenue South Federal Way, WA 98003-6325 (253) $35-7000 Vwwv crtyollederalway com Design Plans - Documents necessary to complete permit submittal, including but not limited to, the Drawings and Specifications prepared by the A/E Firm. Design Services — The services provided by the A/E Firm or Lead Designer in the Pre -Construction Design Phase of the Project, described in Exhibit B of the Agreement. Desi'gn - To perform architectural or engineering, or both, design professional services, including but not limited to planning, designing, observing, consulting, evaluating and other related services, for the construction of the Work. Designer - A person or entity providing design services for the A/E Firm for all or a portion of the Work that is licensed to practice architecture or engineering in the State of Washington. The Designer is referred to throughout the Agreement Documents as if singular in number, although there may be more than one Designer providing design services for the A/E Firm. Drawings - The graphic representations which show the character and scope of the Work to be performed, which have been prepared by A/E Firm and approved by the City in accordance with the Agreement. Final Acceptance - The City's written acknowledgment that the Work has been fully completed and all Agreement -required documentation has been received and accepted. Prelimin En ' eerie - The documents created in the first phase of Design Services and prior to preparation of the Design Plans or RFP Documents as described in the Agreement. Product Data - Pictures, standard schedules, performance charts, instructions, brochures, diagrams and other information furnished by the A/E Firm to illustrate a material, product, or system for some portion of the Work. Rock Project Man a ement (RPM) — City's retained Project Management Team Samples - Physical examples of material, equipment, or workmanship which demonstrate and establish standards by which the Work will be judged. Scope of Work / Services - The program for the Project set forth in Exhibit B, which includes initial information about the Project. These documents shall be evaluated and refined by the A/E Firm to develop the Preliminary Engineering. Shop Drawings - Diagrams, drawings, illustrations, instructions, and other data submitted by the A/E Firm to illustrate some portion of the Work. Shop Drawings are not Design -Build Documents. Specifications - Those written technical descriptions of materials, equipment, systems, standards, and workmanship prepared by the A/E Firm and approved by the City in accordance with the Agreement. Subcontractor - An individual or firm having a direct or indirect contract with the A/E Firm or with any other Subcontractor at any tier for the performance of a part of the Work, including but not limited to the Designer. Work - The design services, supervision, labor, material, equipment, and Services required by this Agreement. PROFESSIONAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - Rev. 4/2023 ciTv OF Federal Way CITY HALL 33325 8th Avenue South Federal Way WA 98003-6325 (253) 835-7000 www_cityotiederahvay corn Work Start Date - The day stated in the Notice to Proceed when the Agreement Time will begin to run in accordance with this Agreement. PROFESSIONAL SERVICES AGREEMENT _ Rev. 4/2023 CITY OF CITY HALL Federal Way 8th Avenue South 4S Feder Federal Way, WA 98003-6325 (253) $35-7000 vwwvcf[yoflederAr"fay. com EXHIBIT B SERVICES The A/E Firm shall provide the City, on the terms set forth in the RFSOQ and detailed below, all of the architectural, design, and/or engineering services necessary to complete the Locker Room Renovation Project (Project). The A/E Services shall include those described in this Exhibit B, and include all structural, mechanical, and electrical engineering services and any other services necessary to produce a reasonably complete and accurate set of "Design Plans" as provided below. As also detailed below in this Exhibit B, the A/E Firm will assist with the completion of the construction phase through full Project closeout by attending regular meetings with the City, RPM, and Construction Contractor, and providing guidance, clarification, and answering questions relating to the Design Plans. 1. INTENT 1.1. It is the intent of this Agreement to describe the Work A/E Firm will provide the City. Any design services, supervision, labor, material, equipment, or service that may be reasonably inferred from this Agreement as being required to produce the intended result shall be supplied whether or not it is expressly specified. 1.2. Clarifications and interpretations of this Agreement will be issued by the City. They will be consistent with or reasonably inferable from the overall scope of this Agreement. 1.3. References to standard specifications, manuals, or codes of any technical society, organization, or association, or to the codes of any governmental authorities, shall mean the latest version or edition in effect on the effective date of this Agreement. The parties hereby agree that any amendments, changes, or updates to the above referenced standard specifications, manuals, or codes of any technical society, organization, or association, or to the codes of any governmental authorities shall be automatically applicable to the terms of this agreement and the scope of services. 2. PERSONNEL. The following persons will serve in the following roles for the A/E Firm: 2.1. A/E Services Project Principal, INNOVA Architects, Paul McCormick 2.2. A/E Services Project Manager/Lead Architect, INNOVA Architects, Scott Saladis, RA 2.3. A/E Services Structural Engineer, INNOVA Architects, Steven G. Hall, PE Unless they leave the employment of the A/E Firm, the above -named persons must serve in these positions throughout the duration of the A/E Firm's performance of the Agreement except as approved otherwise in writing in advance by the City. Persons named to replace those set out above must be approved in writing in advance by the City, and shall shadow the person they are replacing at no cost to the City for at least two - weeks prior to stepping into the role. The City's approval as required by this subsection will not be unreasonably withheld. 3. SUBCONTRACTORS. The following person or entity will serve as subcontractors for the A/E Firm: 3.1. A/E Services Mechanical Designer: GDM Engineers, Jesse Barksdale 3.2. A/E Services Electrical Designer: Cross Engineers, Brice Anderson 3.3. A/E Services Hazardous Building Materials Management: Med-Tox NW PROFESSIONAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - Rev. 4/2023 CITY OF CITY HALL South Federal Way Feder l Avenue 8003 Federal Way, WA 98003-6325 (253) 835-7000 www cityoffederalway. com 3.3.a. Anthony Fullerton 3.3.b. Jon Havelock, CSP, CHMM 3.4. A/E Services Interior Designer: Interior Design by Helene Dorsham 4. REASONABLE OBJECTION. The A/E Firm may. not employ personnel, or contract with Subcontractors or suppliers, to whom the City has made reasonable and timely objection. The A/E Firm will not be required to contract with anyone to whom the A/E Firm has made reasonable and timely objection. If the A/E Firm changes any of the Subcontractors identified above, the A/E Firm must notify the City and provide the qualifications of the new Subcontractor(s). The City may reply within 14 days to the A/E Firm in writing, stating (1) whether the City has reasonable objection to the proposed Subcontractor or (2) that the City requires additional time to review. Failure of the City to reply within the 14-day period constitutes notice of no reasonable objection. If the City has reasonable objection to a person or entity proposed by the A/E Firm, the A/E Firm must propose another to whom the City has no reasonable objection. If the rejected person or entity was reasonably capable of performing the Work, the Price and/or Agreement Time will be increased or decreased by the difference, if any, occasioned by such change, and an appropriate Amendment shall be issued before commencement of the substitute person or entity's Work. However, no increase in the Price or Agreement Time will be allowed for such change unless the A/E Firm has acted promptly and responsively in submitting names as required. Except for those persons or entities already identified, the A/E Firm, as soon as practicable after the execution of this Agreement, must furnish in writing to the City the names of persons or entities (including those who are to furnish materials or equipment) proposed for each principal portion of the Work. The City may reply within 14 days to the A/E Firm in writing, stating (1) whether the City has reasonable objection to the proposed Subcontractor or (2) that the City requires additional time to review. Failure of the City to reply within the 14-day period constitutes notice of no reasonable objection. 5. COMMUNICATION 5.1. A/E Firm shall attend all bi-weekly meetings between the A/E Firm, its consultants, the City's representative(s), other consultants of the City, and Construction Contractor throughout the Project. 5.2. A/E Firm shall make presentations to the City's staff or the City Council upon request, and shall attend City Council Meetings when required by the City. 5.3. Before the A/E Firm begins performance of the Work, one or more meetings as requested by the City `v`Jiil be held to estaviL 11 a working understanding aniong i3e parties. Pf0UUUUfes Will De established for virtual and in -person meetings, operations coordination and administrative communication for matters such as design reviews, submittals, clarifications and interpretations; and for processing applications for payment. The Parties understand that this communication system may change after a Construction Contractor is selected. 5.4. At the first meeting, the A/E Firm must submit to the City for review a Design Services progress schedule and preliminary construction schedule. After execution of an Amendment, if any, A/E Firm must submit an updated design schedule and preliminary construction schedule. 5.5. Unless specified otherwise, the progress schedules must indicate the A/E Firm's planned progress in increments of not more than seven-day periods. The schedule will not exceed the time limits set forth in PROFESSIONAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - Rev. 4/2023 CITY of CITY HALL Fe d a ra I Way Feder 8th Avenue South Federal Way, WA 98003-6325 (253) 835-7000 m mcrtyot%deealway.com the RFSOQ and RPM Master Schedule, Exhibit E, and will be subject to review and comment by the City and the schedule and any subsequent updates to it must be approved in writing by the City. The A/E Firm must prepare and submit revisions to match actual and projected progress as requested by the City, before and during the course of the Project, at no added cost to the City. The A/E Firm must adhere to the most recent, City -approved version of the schedule. 6. SUBMITTALS 6.1. Design Plans, Shop Drawings, and other submittals must be prepared by a licensed professional. Design Plans, Shop Drawings, and other submittals related to the Work designed or certified by such professionals must bear such design professional's stamp and signature. The City is entitled to rely upon the adequacy, accuracy, and completeness of the services, certifications, or approvals performed by such design professionals. 6.2. The A/E Firm must direct specific attention, in writing or on resubmitted Design Plans or other submittals such as Shop Drawings, Product Data, Samples, or similar submittals, to revisions other than those requested by the City on previous submittals. In the absence of such written notice, the City's approval of a resubmission will not apply to such revisions. 6.3. The A/E Firm shall ensure that all Design Plans for this project shall be prepared in accordance with the applicable Standard Specifications for Road. Bride and Municipal Constructiom 2023 edition as issued by the Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT) and the American Public Works Association APWA . Washin on State Chapter hereafter "Standard Specifications"'). and the Washington State Building Code, and Title 13 of the Federal Way Revised Code as they will be in effect at the time permits are issued and construction begins, and all other legal and regulatory requirements pursuant to Section 13.3 of the Agreement, above. 7. PRELIMINARY ENGINEERING 7.1. The Preliminary Engineering phase may include review and validation of previous engineering, documents, concept development, alternatives analysis, and site reconnaissance to support preliminary engineering efforts as defined in the A/E Pricing Sheet. Preliminary Engineering may also include initiation of research, studies, and alternatives analysis deemed necessary to support concept design, as well as preparation of a proposed price and schedule. 7.2. The A/E Firm may, with advanced written approval from the City, perform limited demolition of walls and/or ceilings to determine existing conditions of the structure and equipment and to assess potential deficiencies. 7.3. During bi-weekly meetings the A/E Firm shall discuss and review the Scope of Work and provide any and all preliminary engineering updates for the Project, as determined by the A/E Firm, in consultation with the City and RPM, to be necessary to complete preliminary engineering for the Project. The A/E Firm shall not complete any technical analysis or evaluation without written approval from the City unless such analysis or evaluation is specifically authorized in the Scope of Work. 7.4. The A/E Firm shall be responsible for the professional quality and technical accuracy of all studies, report, projections, designs, drawings, specifications, and other services furnished by the A/E Firm under this Agreement as well as coordination with studies, reports and other information provided by the City. A/E Firm shall, without additional compensation, correct or revise any errors or omissions in its studies, reports, projections, design, drawings, specifications and other services throughout the Project. 7.5. Preliminary Engineering shall result in a written report, provided no later than 45 calendar days after the PROFESSIONAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - Rev. 4/2023 �Fecieral Way 4S CITY HALL 33325 8th Avenue South Federal Way, WA 98003-6325 (253) 835-7000 avwpv ciiyoffederalway com City issues the Notice to Proceed, of the A/E Firm's findings and conclusions with the recommendations for correcting deficiencies for City review. 8. DESIGN PLAN DEVELOPMENT 8.1. The A/E Firm shall prepare and submit to the City for the City's written approval Design Plans no later than April 1, 2024, sufficient to construct the Project according to industry standards and applicable laws and regulations, including but not limited to Drawings and Specifications. Deviations, if any, from the Preliminary Engineering or any other materials previously provided must be disclosed in writing and are subject to the approval of City. 8.2. The A/E Firm shall work with RPM to assist the City in determining the phasing of the Project that will most efficiently and timely complete the Project, while maximizing continued access to patrons of the FWCC. This includes phasing the Project's construction and the inspection approval process so Incremental Approvals can be obtained during the completion of the Project. A/E Firm acknowledges that these phases may be reviewed and subject to change by RPM, in consultation with and with approval by the City. A/E Firm agrees to participate in any discussions regarding the phasing of the Project with RPM, the Construction Contractor and City to provide its subject matter expertise and guidance. 8.3. The A/E Firm shall provide interior design and other similar services required for or in connection with selection and color coordination of materials; interior design should harmonize with the existing color scheme throughout the building. A/E Firm shall present colors/materials for City approval at each documentation review as outlined in Section 8.4. A/E Firm is required to coordinate the design and placement, or schematic space allocation, of furniture, fixtures, equipment, including but not limited to mounted lockers, benches, vanities, sink faucets, shower mixing valves, shower fixtures, mirrors, swim suit dryers, mounted bathroom partitions, mounted shower partitions, and toilets (Project equipment). The A/E Firm will provide the City with a list of the specific Project equipment it recommends the City purchase and obtain for the Project and shall advise the City on lead times and availability of all Project equipment, materials, supplies, and furnishings to ensure that all of these will be available to the City in a timely fashion so as to not delay the Project and/or delay the City's beneficial occupancy of the Project. 8.4. Development and review of the Design Plans including drawings, specifications and any required supplementals includes, at minimum, the following items: 8.4.a. 30%, Schematic Design level documentation to include drawings, draft specifications and cost estimate. Concept design at 30% is intended for review by the City and RPM to confirm design meets intent of the Project. 8.4.b. 85%, Design Development level documentation to include drawings, select interior renderings, specifications and a revised cost estillIate, with comnierlts froiil 30° u dz31611 ieVei incorporated into the design. Design at 85% is intended for review by the City and RPM prior to presentation to City Council for approval. Pending City Council approval, the 85% design submission will also serve as the final documentation for Permit submission. 8.4.c. 100% design; Pre -Construction Document level documentation to include drawings, select interior renderings, specifications and a final cost estimate, with comments form 85% design level incorporated in the design. 100% Design Plans will serve at the final documentation for Permit submission. Comments received during permit review will be addressed and this final package will serve as Bid Documents for the Project. 8.4.d. The A/E Firm will assist the City and RPM with development of the Project Manual and Request PROFESSIONAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - Rev. 4/2023 CITY OF CITY HALL Fe d e ra # Way Feder l Avenue South 8003 Federal Way, WA 98003-6325 (253) 835-7000 www cityofiederalway coin for Bid Documents to advertise the Project for bid. 8.4.e. An updated schedule, including proposed design milestones; dates for receiving additional information from, or for work to be completed by, the City; anticipated date for the A/E Firm's Permitting Submittal; and dates of periodic design review sessions with the City. 8.41 Outline specifications or sufficient drawing notes describing construction materials. 8.4.g. Comprehensive written estimate of the cost to design and construct the Project based upon the current Design Development documents. Such written estimates must be submitted with the respective Design Development documents. 8.4.h. Design plans will be developed using AutoCAD 3D renderings to complete visuals for Public facing documentation and marketing, as well as 2D plans for Design Plans. 100% plan submittals will be in electronic and hardcopy format. 8.4.i. The Design Plans must establish the quality levels of materials required. The Design Plans must be consistent with the A/E Firms Documents, including but not limited to the Scope of Work, and Preliminary Engineering, unless otherwise disclosed in writing, and must include all items necessary for the proper execution and completion of the Work. 8.4.j. The A/E Firm shall submit completed draft Design Plans to the City for the City's review and approval. If the City discovers any deviations between, the draft Design Plans and the A/E Firms Documents not previously disclosed by A/E Firm, the City will promptly notify the A/E Firm of such deviations in writing. Unless the City�issues a directive specifically identifying the particular deviation and City's agreement with such deviation, the A/E Firm must correct the deviation and resubmit the draft final Design Plans. Acceptance of the Design Documents will not constitute the City's acceptance of a deviation unless the deviation is specifically identified by the A/E Firm. 8.41. Before completion of the draft Design Plans for the Project, the City, RPM, A/E Firm and its Designer will perform an internal review of the draft Design Plans, the A/E Firm's schedule and any critical issues relating to scope, quality, or budget. In addition to delivering to City copies of the Design Plans for the Project, including but not limited to Drawings and Specifications, A/E Firm and its Designer will make reasonable efforts to demonstrate to the City the scope and quality aspects of the design. 8.4.1. At the completion of the City's, RPM's, A/E Firm's, and its Designer's Design Plans review, the City will provide the results of its review of the Design Plans, including any revisions thereto made during the internal review. 8.4.m. Review or approval by City or its agents of Design Plans shall not relieve A/E Firm to the extent of its liability for any damages resulting from or arising out of professional errors or omissions in the Design Plans, except where City expressly directs such defective or deficient design and A/E Firm delivers to City its written objection thereto. Upon the City's written approval of Design Plans, the A/E Firm, with the assistance of the City, shall prepare and file documents required to obtain necessary approvals of governmental authorities having jurisdiction over the Project. 8.4.n. If required by City, the A/E Firm shall obtain from each of the A/E Firm's professionals and furnish to the City certifications with respect to the documents and services provided by such professionals (a) that, to the best of their knowledge, information and belief, the documents or services to which such certifications relate (i) are consistent with the Scope of Work set forth in the Design -Bid -Build Documents, except to the extent specifically identified in such certificate, (ii) comply with applicable professional practice standards, and (iii) comply with applicable laws, ordinances, codes, rules and regulations governing the design of the Design Project in effect at the time of the applicable permit; and (b) that the City and its consultants are entitled to rely upon the accuracy of the representations and statements contained in such certifications. PROFESSIONAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - Rev. 4/2023 CITY OF CITY HALL I 33325 8th Avenue South FederaJay Federal Way, WA 98003-6325 (253) 835-7000 wwwWyoffederalway. com 9. PERMITS 9.1. Unless otherwise provided in this exhibit, the A/E Firm shall assist the City in applying for and securing for any and all permits, fees, licenses, inspections, and agreements by governmental agencies or other entities, necessary for proper execution of the Work and Substantial Completion of the Project, including but not limited to mechanical, plumbing, electrical, and similar special permits, plan check fees, system development charges, and all other necessary permits, approvals, assessments and charges required for construction, use or occupancy of permanent structures or for permanent changes in existing facilities. 9.2. The A/E Firm shall secure preliminary agency approvals and notify the City in writing as to the action the City must take to secure formal approvals. 9.3. After City review, the A/E Firm shall submit to federal, state, and local units of government all calculations and other documentation required for obtaining permits. During review by units of government or other entities, the A/E Firm shall notify the City of proposed deviations from the original permit documentation. 9.4. The A/E Firm shall submit to the City, for review, all calculations and other documentation required for purposes of obtaining permits. 9.5. The City shall pay costs and charges imposed for any and all permits issued for the Project. 9.6. The A/E Firm shall give all notices necessary for permit -related inspections by third parties. 9.7. The A/E Firm shall submit to the City a legible copy of agreements, permits, certificates of approval, and certificates of occupancy issued by the responsible unit of government. 10. BID SUPPORT 10.1. A/E Firm shall assist the City and RPM in preparing all the necessary bidding information and bidding forms required for the City to perform a public call for bids for the Project. 10.2. A/E Firm will work with City and RPM in reviewing RFI's and preparing responses to prospective bidders and providing clarifications and interpretations of RFB Documents to prospective bidders in the form of addenda for the City's use. 10.3. The A/E Firm shall prepare and sign all written Addendums to incorporate any necessary changes into the City's approved RFB Documents prior to the award of the Project. The A/E Firm shall work with RPM in distributing all Addendums to each bidder that has obtained a set of the City's approved RFB Documents. During the bidding period of the Project, A/E Firm shall process all questions presented to the City concerning the intent of the RFB Documents. In the event that items requiring interpretation of the Drawings or Specifications are discovered during the bidding period, those items shall be analyzed by the A/E Firm for decision by the City as to the proper procedure required. Corrective action will be in the form of an Addendum(a) prepared by the A/E Firm and issued by the City. T he cv�E F dill Sliaii crinure that all Adderldiiiiis are sublilitted to ai3d approved by file City Prior to certification of the Project. 10.4. A/E Firm shall attend pre -bid conference for all prospective bidders 10.5. A/E Firm shall attend bid opening at the City's request. 10.6. Upon completion of the Bidding & Award Phase, A/E Firm shall produce a Conforming Set of PDF plans and specifications incorporating all Addenda issued thus far. In addition to the PDF versions, A/E Firm shall provide one (1) electronic set of plans in the latest version of AutoCAD and one (1) electronic copy of the conforming specifications in Microsoft Word. PROFESSIONAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - Rev. 4/2023 CITY OF CITY HALL �� � 8th Avenue South Feder Federal Way, WA 98003-6325 (253) 835-7000 wwwWyoffederalway. corn 11. CONSTRUCTION PHASE 11.1. The A/E Firm shall provide technical review and advisement to RPM and Project Inspector employed by, and responsible to, the City, as required by applicable law. 11.2. The A/E Firm shall meet with the City and any other necessary individuals or entities as needed through the completion of the Project to review questions and/or ensure progress, quality, and adherence to Design Plans. 11.3. The A/E Firm shall review the as -built documents prepared by the Construction Contractor on a monthly basis and report whether they appear to be up to date, based upon the A/E Firms observations of the Project. If it appears the as -built documents are not being kept up to date by the Construction Contractor, the A/E Firm shall provide to the City written recommendations that the City may consider for a withholding from the Construction Contractor's monthly payment application or other appropriate action to account for the Construction Contractor's failure to maintain such as -built documents. 11.4. The A/E Firm shall provide general administration of the Design Plans and visit the Project site to maintain such personal contact with the Project as is necessary for the A/E Firm to ensure that the Construction Contractor's work is completed, in every material respect, in compliance with the approved Design Plans, including but not limited to, the following: 11.4.a. Visiting the Project site not less than once a month or as necessary or requested by the City to appropriately observe work being completed to determine whether it does or does not comply with the approved Design Plans; 11.4.b. Reviewing the Inspector's Daily Reports not less once a week or as necessary to appropriately observe work being completed to determine whether it does or does not comply with the approved Design Plans; 11.4.c. Becoming familiar with, and to keep RPM informed about, the progress and quality of the portion(s) of the work completed; 11.4.d. Becoming familiar with, and to keep RPM and Project Inspector informed about, the progress and quality of the portion(s) of the work completed; 11.4.e. Endeavoring to guard against nonconforming work and deficiencies in the work; 11.4.f. Determining if the work is being performed in a manner indicating that the work, when fully completed, will be in accordance with the approved Design Plans; 11.4.g. Being otherwise available to the City, RPM, Construction Contractor, and the Project Inspector for site meetings on an "as -needed" basis; 11.41. Reviewing schedules and Shop Drawings for compliance with design; 11.4.i. Approving any substitution of materials and equipment subject to City's knowledge and specific approval to ensure conformance with City standards; 11.4.j. Consulting with RPM to complete the "Punch List" observations when the Project reaches Substantial Completion; and 11.41. Recommending the date of Substantial Completion and the Date of Final completion of the Project for the City's final determination. 11.5. The A/E Firm shall advise the City of any deficiencies in construction following the acceptance of the work and prior to the expiration of the guarantee period of the Project. 12. ACCESS TO RECORDS — FILES; CONFIDENTIAL INFORMATION. 12.1. A/E Firm shall maintain all books, documents, papers and records relating to the Agreement, including job cost estimates, job cost detail reports, and job cost summary reports, for at least ten (10) PROFESSIONAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - Rev. 4/2023 CITY OF CITY HALL �.- Fe d e ra I Way Feder 8th Avenue South Federal Way, WA 98003-6325 (253) 835-7000 www cltyofederahvay. com years following Substantial Completion of the Design Project. A/E Firm shall maintain any other records pertinent to this Agreement in such a manner as to clearly document A/E Firm's performance. City, state, and federal government, and their duly authorized representatives, shall have access to the books, documents, papers, and records of the A/E Firm which are directly pertinent to the specific Agreement for the purpose of making audits, examinations, excerpts, and transcripts. A/E Firm agrees that all files or other documents generated or in the possession of A/E Firm related to A/E Finn's delivery of service are the property of the City and shall be available to the City upon request. A/E Firm understands the nature of project/projects means that A/E Firm may be privy to information that is confidential, proprietary, or sensitive in nature, which information shall not be disclosed to any third person or entity without the consent of the City at the City's direction, either during the term of this Agreement or after its termination. Likewise, any analysis or commentary provided by A/E Firm of a confidential or sensitive nature shall not be released or disclosed to any person without the consent or direction of the City. Additionally, the City and A&E Firm acknowledge that any and all information, documentation, or other records, regardless of form, relating to this Agreement and the Design Project may be public records subject to disclosure under the Washington State Public Records Act, Ch. 42.56 RCW. 12.2. The A/E Firm shall require all insurers, material suppliers, and Subcontractors (including but not limited to Designers) at any tier to comply with these requirements. 12.3. The A/E Firm shall be entitled to no extra compensation for complying with these requirements. PROFESSIONAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - Rev. 4/2023 clzr OF CITY HALL Fe d e ra 11!Ilay Feder l Avenue South Federal Way, WA 98003-6325 (253) 835-7000 wwwd"ffaderalway com EXHIBIT C COMPENSATION 1. Total Compensation: In return for the Services, the City shall pay the A/E Firm an amount not to exceed Two Hundred Thirty -Two Thousand Three Hundred Sixty -Five and 00/100 Dollars ($232,365.00). 2. Method of Compensation: Hourly rate In consideration of the A/E Firm performing the Services, the City agrees to pay the A/E Firm an amount calculated on the basis of the hourly labor charge rate schedule for A/E Firm's personnel as shown below: INNOVA Principal $246/per hour INNOVA Senior Project Architect $178/per hour INNOVA Project Engineer -Structural $184/per hour Engineer 1 (PE) - Electrical $160/per hour Interior Designer $178/per hour Electrical Designer 1 $102/per hour Drafter — Electrical & Architectural $80/per hour Clerical $65/per hour Mechanical Project Manager $165/per hour Mechanical Engineer $150/per hour Mechanical Designer $110/per hour Mechanical Administrative $75/per hour Haz-Mat CSP, CHMM $150/per hour Haz-Mat AHERA Building Inspector $105/per hour Haz-Mat Administration $95/per hour ProDims — Senior Estimator $234/per hour PROFESSIONAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - Rev. 4/2023 CITY OF CITY HALL Federal �� Feder l Avenue South Federal Way, WA 98003-6325 (253) 835-7000 mvw cityoffederah-vay com Following is the anticipated number of hours for each personnel member as provided by the A/E Firm: Task Description - C o U= G7 cc IaA 0 �+ 0 W LY C OD 0 0 C = � V •a � �r vl W H V A ` L C •C 00 m Q N C •� N •m .0 C V V us V ° o t ° V m V 2 a •c e o ar of c' I- W I- M Cr �L a` �`n a a` CLU L N p r Z Z Z Z = Z 2 Z Z tD N 00 ani 00 T-4 � 11 tD o V► ry V} O 00 ,n W � W V► a Ln V} o 14 A^ �n r, V� u1 .� V3 0 a V? Ln Ql V? l�Y}� N VF V! V) I V► V1 I i I Task 1 Site Visits Total 2 60 0 40 4 24 0 0 12 12 4 0 24 6 4 0 192 Review As-Builts 4 4 6 14 Meetings/Coordination (5) 12 4 1 10 26 (2) Site Visits to Review Existing Conditions 12 12 8 4 12 4 52 Project management/coordination 2 16 1 4 1 4 26 Field investigation - asbestos 4 4 Field investigation - lead paint & universal waste 4 4 Field investigation - microbial and moisture intrusion 4 4 Field drawings and sample locations 2 2 Short Form letter Report of findings and recommendations 16 16 4 8 12 1 4 60 "2Desigr Total 6 270 24 2 10 50 221 21 63 62 84 3 16 0 10 98 940 30% design 2 1 1 4 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - Rev. 4/2023 ,A4!CITY OF Federal Way CITY HALL 33325 8th Avenue South Federal Way, WA 98003-6325 (253) 835-7000 www cayoffederalway. com Prepare Lighting Floor plans 4 2 6 Prepare Lighting Photometrics for DOH Review 2 2 Prepare Power Signal Floor plans 4 2 6 Prepare Existing Power Riser Diagram 1 5 3 8 Prepare Existing Panel Schedules 3 2 5 Prepare Mech Equip Connection Schedules 1 1 2 Prepare Electrical Demolition Plans 4 2 1 1 1 6 Prepare Division 26 Specifications 4 8 12 Cost Estimating 2 2 22 26 (1) Review meeting w/ owner 2 2 2 2 8 30% Drawings Mech/Arch 50 0 60 8 16 30 164 2 0 2 4 Review cost estimate Fire protection review 4 4 30% Abreviated Performance Specifications 16 16 Project management/coordination 2 24 Interior Design Color Selections 8 85% design 4 1 1 6 Circuit Lighting Floor plans & Controls 2 2 4 Circuit Power Signal Floor plans 2 2 4 Prepare Preliminary Load Calcualations 3 1 1 4 Circuit Mech Equip Connection Schedules 1 1 2 Edit/Update Division 26 Specifications 4 6 10 Cost Estimating 1 1 32 34 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - Rev. 4/2023 CITY OF �� Federal way CITY HALL 33325 8th Avenue South Federal Way, WA 98003-6325 (253) 835-7000 www cityoffederalway com Project management/coordination Asbestos specification section Lead in construction specification section Light ballasts and tubes specification section Microbial remediation specification section Abatement drawing 2 24 4 30 4 1 5 2 1 3 2 1 3 4 1 5 6 6 r(l) Review meeting w/ owner 1 2 2 4 85% Drawings Arch and Mech 50 60 8 16 30 164 85% Abreviated Performance Specifications 24 8 32 Permit forms 1 8 8 Permitting Coordination (City, DOH) Review cost estimate 2 2 Fire protection review 4 4 Interior color Board 3-D Renderings locker rooms and family cabana 12 12 24 40 100% design 4 1 1 6 Finalize Lighting Floor plans & Controls 2 1 3 Finalize Power Signal Floor plans 2 1 3 Finalize Load Calculations I 1 1 2 Finalize Division 26 Specifications 2 3 5 Cost Estimating 1 1 36 38 (1) Review meeting w/ owner 2 2 4 100% Drawings 30 40 8 16 24 118 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - Rev. 4/2023 CITY OF �� Federal CITY HALL ■ � ��� 33325 8th Avenue South ■Y■ Federal Way, WA 98003-6325 (253) 835-7000 www. ciryoffed"16vay.. com 100% Abreviated Performance Specifications 8 4 12 Review cost estimate 2 2 Fire protection review & specifications 4 4 Cost Estimating (Permits Issued) 8 8 Project Management and Coordination 2 16 18 Interior Design Colors Finalize 4 4 Permitting and CA 8 254 1 0 0 24 38 0 0 70 60 20 6 0 0 0 0 380 Permitting Allowance of time 48 24 24 96 Bid Support 2 8 10 Admin 2 6 6 14 General CA Support (4-6 months) 2 24 8 48 12 94 Respond to RFI's 24 4 28 Review Submittals and Shop Drawings 16 8 24 (2) Site Visits During Construction 16 16 16 48 By -Weekly Virtual Construction Meetings 12 10 4 12 38 (1) Punchlist site visit 4 4 1 8 (1) Backcheck site visit 4 4 8 As -built documents 4 8 8 20 Fire protection review 4 4 Council Meeting Attendance 6 6 12 Reimbursable Expenses The actual customary and incidental expenses incurred by A/E Firm in performing the Services including asbestos sample analysis, lead paint sample analysis, bioaerosol analysis, mileage reimbursement, and other. reasonable costs; provided, however, that such costs shall be deemed reasonable in the City's sole discretion and shall not exceed Two Thousand Six Hundred Ninety -Six and 00/100 Dollars ($2,696.00). Following is the anticipated reimbursables costs associated with this Agreement: PROFESSIONAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - Rev. 4/2023 CITY OF � . Federal Way CITY HALL 33325 8th Avenue South Federal Way, WA 98003-6325 (253) 835-7000 www. cityoffederalway.. com Asbestos sample analysis (Medtox) $576.00 Lead paint sample analysis (Medtox) $120.00 Bioaerosol sample analysis (Medtox) $650.00 Sampling equipment (Medtox) $150.00 Mileage Reimbursement $1,200.00 Permits Any and all permits shall be obtained and paid for consistent with paragraph 9.6 of Exhibit B. PROFESSIONAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - Rev. 4/2023 CITY ❑F Federal Way CITY HALL 33325 8th Avenue South Federal Way, WA 98003-6325 (253) 835-7000 www cityofiederalway. com EXHIBIT D PROJECT REFERENCE MAPS Project includes areas highlighted in blue: 0 0 � w 9 • ��� AL _. ff r i....ww.r+ -. .. ..gyp. .. PROFESSIONAL SERVICES AGREEMENT _ Rev. 4/2023 CITY OF CITY HALL Fe d e ra I Way 33325 8thAvenue South Federal Way, WA 98003-6325 (253) 835-7000 www.. cityoffedefalway. com EXHIBIT E RPM MASTER SCHEDULE PROFESSIONAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - Rev. 4/2023 D ID Task Task Name Oufetion Stain Ftnish Predecessors Mode 1 1 W* RPM PSA to Council 2 days Wed 8/2/23 Thu 8/3/23 2 2 Wa RPM - Issue NTP 0 days Thu 8/3/23 Thu 8/3/23 1 3 3 wa RPM - Project Management 419 days Fri 8/4/23 Tue 4/8/25 2 4 4 t:a City Council Updates 423 days Tue 9/12/23 Tue 5/20/25 5 5 Parks Cmte Update 1 day Tue 9/12/23 Tue 9/12/23 6 6 Al" City Council - Approval to Award Design Contract 1 day Tue 12/5/23 Tue 12/5/23 37 7 7 * City Council Update 1 day Tue 1/2/24 Tue 1/2/24 a 8 W4 City Council - Seek Approval 85% Design 1 day Thu 3/7/24 Thu 3/7/24 42 9 9 City Council - Seek Approval to Go to Ad 1 day Tue 3/19/24 Tue 3/19/24 10 ID City Council Update 1 day Tue 4/2/24 Tue 4/2/24 11 11 City Council Update 1. day Tue 5/7/24 Tue 5/7/24 12 12 City Council - Approval to Award Const Contract 1 day Tue 6/4/24 Tue 6/4/24 53 13 13 City Council Update 1 day Tue 7/9/24 Tue 7/9/24 14 14 City Council Update 1 day Tue 8/6/24 Tue 8/6/24 15 15 City Council Update 1 day Tue 9/3/24 Tue 9/3/24 16 16 )r City Council Update 1 day Tue 10/1/24 Tue 10/1/24 17 17 City Council Update 1 day Tue 11/5/24 Tue 11/5/24 is 18 City Council Update 1 day Tue 12/3/24 Tue 12/3/24 19 19 7r City Council Update 1 day Tue 1/14/25 Tue 1/14/25 20 20 City Council Update 1 day Tue 2/4/25 Tue 2/4/25 21 21 City Council Update 1 day Tue 3/4/25 Tue 3/4/25 22 22 City Council Update 1 day Tue 4/1/25 Tue 4/1/25 23 23 wa City Council - Project Acceptance 1 day Tue 5/20/25 Tue 5/20/25 63 24 24 w. Pre -Design Phase 81 days Fri 8/4/23 Thu 11/30/23 2 33 33 W4 Develop RFQ- Design Team 72 days Fri 8/4/23 Wed 11/15/23 34 34 w; Develop RFC. 21 days Fri 8/4/23 Fri 9/1/23 2 35 35 W. RFQ to City Staff/Legal Review/Notify Local Paper 13 days Tue 9/5/23 Thu 9/21/23 34 36 36 W, RFQ- Advertisement Period 19 days Fri 9/22/23 Wed 10/18/23 35 37 37 04 SOQ Evaluations/Recommend Design 19 days Thu 10/19/23 Wed 11/15/23 36 _ Team/Negotiate Contract 30 3B w, Design Phase 140 days Wed 12/6/23 Tue 6/25/24 39 39 W; Design Consultant - Issue NTP 4 days Wed 12/6/23 Mon 12/11/23 6 40 40 tam 30% Design Development 39 days Tue 12/12/23 Tue 2/6/24 39 41 41 w, 30% Design Review/Comment - FW Staff S days Wed 2/7/24 Tue 2/13/24 40 42 A2 tam 85% Design Development 15 days Wed 2/14/24 Wed 3/6/24 41 43 43 wi 85% Design Review/Comment - FW Staff 5 days Thu 3/7/24 Wed 3/13/24 42 - 44 w. 100% Design Development 15 days Thu 3/14/24 Wed 413/24 43 3rd Quarter An Quarter 1st Qwvw tnd Quarter i3rd ipuartaf �dlh Quarter 1st Quarter 2ndOwner 3rd❑ Jul __,Aug Sep Ott Nov. Dec !#n Fei' M+riwAr!M?yihm! Jul AM9i,5ep 9c1. 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Page 2 clry of CITY HALL Fe d e ra I Wa y 33325 8th Avenue South Federal Way, WA 96003-6325 (253) 835-7000 www ahloffecleralway com EXHIBIT F CERTIFICATE OF INSURANCE PROFESSIONAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - Rev. 4/2023 CITY OF Federal Way EXHIBIT G SPECIAL PROVISIONS INTRODUCTION TO THE SPECIAL PROVISIONS CITY HALL 33325 8th Avenue South Federal Way, WA 98003-6325 (253) 535-7000 www cityoffederalway com (December 10, 2020 APWA GSP) The work on this project shall be accomplished in accordance with the Standard Specifications for Road, Bridge and Municipal Construction, 2023 edition, as issued by the Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT) and the American Public Works Association (APWA), Washington State Chapter (hereafter "Standard Specifications"). The Standard Specifications, as modified or supplemented by these Special Provisions, all of which are made a part of the Contract Documents, shall govern all of the Work. These Special Provisions are made up of both General Special Provisions (GSP9) from various sources, which may have project -specific fill-ins; and project -specific Special Provisions. Each Provision either supplements, modifies, or replaces the comparable Standard Specification, or is a new Provision. The deletion, amendment, alteration, or addition to any subsection or portion of the Standard Specifications is meant to pertain only to that particular portion of the section, and in no way should it be interpreted that the balance of the section does not apply. The project -specific Special Provisions are not labeled as such. The GSPs are labeled under the headers of each GSP, with the effective date of the GSP and its source. For example: (March 8, 2013 APWA GSP) (April], 2013 WSDOT GSP) (April 12, 2018 CFW GSP) Also incorporated into the Contract Documents by reference are: • Standard Specifications for Road, Bridge and Municipal Construction, 2023 edition, as issued by the Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT) and the American Public Works Association (APWA), Washington State Chapter (hereafter "Standard Specifications") • The Washington State Building Code • Title 13 of the Federal Way Revised Code Contractor shall obtain copies of these publications, at Contractor's own expense. PROFESSIONAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - Rev. 4/2023 CITY OF CITY HALL 33325 Fe d e ra Way8th Avenue South Feder Federal Way, WA 98003-6325 (253) 835-7000 a vwwrityofCederahvey.. com DIVISION 1 GENERAL REQUIREMENTS DESCRIPTION OF WORK (March 13,1995 WSDOT GSP) This Contract provides for the improvement of the Federal Way Community Center Locker Room Renovations and other work, all in accordance with the attached Contract Plans, these Contract Provisions, and the Standard Specifications. 1-01.3 Definitions (January 19, 2022APWA GSP) Delete the heading Completion Dates and the three paragraphs that follow it, and replace them with the following: Dates Bid Opening Date The date on which the Contracting Agency publicly opens and reads the Bids. Award Date The date of the formal decision of the Contracting Agency to accept the lowest responsible and responsive Bidder for the Work. Contract Execution Date The date the Contracting Agency officially binds the Agency to the Contract. Notice to Proceed Date The date stated in the Notice to Proceed on which the Contract time begins. Substantial Completion Date The day the Engineer determines the Contracting Agency has full and unrestricted use and benefit of the facilities, both from -the operational and safety standpoint, any remaining traffic disruptions will be rare and brief, and only minor incidental work, replacement of temporary substitute facilities, plant establishment periods, or correction or repair remains for the Physical Completion of the total Contract. Physical Completion Date The day all of the Work is physically completed on, the project. All documentation required by the Contract and required by law does not necessarily need to be furnished by the Contractor by this date. Completion Date The day all the Work specified in the Contract is completed and all the obligations of the Contractor under the contract are fulfilled by the Contractor. All documentation required by the Contract and required by law must be furnished by the Contractor before establishment of this date. Final Acceptance Date The date on which the Contracting Agency accepts the Work as complete. Supplement this Section with the following: All references in the Standard Specifications, Amendments, or WSDOT General Special Provisions, to the terms "Department of Transportation", "Washington State Transportation Commission", "Commission", "Secretary of Transportation", "Secretary", "Headquarters", and "State Treasurer" shall PROFESSIONAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - Rev. 4/2023 CITY OF CITY HALL 'S Feder Fe d e ra Wayth Avenue South Federall Way, WA 98003-6325 (253) 835-7000 www cityoffederalwey com be revised to read "Contracting Agency." All references to the terms "State" or "state" shall be revised to read "Contracting Agency" unless the reference is to an administrative agency of the State of Washington, a State statute or regulation, or the context reasonably indicates otherwise. All references to "State Materials Laboratory" shall be revised to read "Contracting Agency designated location." All references to "final contract voucher certification" shall be interpreted to mean the Contracting Agency form(s) by which final payment is authorized, and final completion and acceptance granted. Additive A supplemental unit of work or group of bid items, identified separately in the Bid Proposal, which may, at the discretion of the Contracting Agency, be awarded in addition to the base bid. Alternate One of two or more units of work or groups of bid items, identified separately in the Bid Proposal, from which the Contracting Agency may make a choice between different methods or material of construction for performing the same work. Business Day A business day is any day from Monday through Friday except holidays as listed in Section 1-08.5. Contract Bond The definition in the Standard Specifications for "Contract Bond" applies to whatever bond form(s) are required by the Contract Documents, which may be a combination of a Payment Bond and a Performance Bond. Contract Documents See definition for "Contract." Contract Time The period of time established by the terms and conditions of the Contract within which the Work must be physically completed. Na ACc aif Awar d The written notice from the Contracting Agency to the successful Bidder signifying the Contracting Agency's acceptance of the Bid Proposal. Notice to Proceed The written notice from the Contracting Agency or Engineer to the Contractor authorizing and directing the Contractor to proceed with the Work and establishing the date on which the Contract time begins. Traffic Both vehicular and non -vehicular traffic, such as pedestrians, bicyclists, wheelchairs, and equestrian PROFESSIONAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - Rev. 4/2023 CITY OF AN Federal Way traffic. 1402 DID PROCEDURES ND CONDITIONS CITY HALL 33325 8th Avenue South Federal Way, WA 98003-6325 (253) 835-7000 www Myoh`oderalway com 1-02.1 Prequalification of Bidders Delete this Section and replace it with the following: 1-02.1 Qualifications of Bidder (January 24, 2011 APWA GSP) Before award of a public works Contract, a bidder must meet at least the minimum qualifications of RCW 39.04.350(1) to be considered a responsible bidder and qualified to be awarded a public works project. 1-02.2 Plans and Specifications (June 27, 2011 APWA GSP) Delete this section and replace it with the following: Information as to where Bid Documents can be obtained or reviewed can be found in the Call for Bids (Advertisement for Bids) for the work. After award of the Contract, Plans and specifications will be issued to the Contractor at no cost as detailed1 below: To Prime Contractor Se Sets s Basis of Distribution Reduced Plans (II" x 17") 1 Furnished automatically upon award. Contract Provisions 1 Furnished automatically upon award. Large Plans (e.g., 22" x 34") 1 Furnished only upon request. Additional Plans and Contract Provisions may be obtained by the Contractor from the source stated in the Call for Bids, at the Contractor's own expense. 1-02.4 Examination of Plans Specifications, and Site Work (June 27, 2011 APWA GSP) 1-02.4 1 General (December 30, 2022 APWA GSP, Option B) The first sentence of the ninth paragraph, beginning with "Prospective Bidder desiring...", is revised to read: Prospective Bidders desiring an explanation or interpretation of the Bid Documents, shall request the explanation or interpretation in writing by close of business three (3) business days preceding the bid opening to allow a written reply to reach all prospective Bidders before the submission of their Bids. 1-02.5 Proposal Forms (July 31, 2017APWA GSP) Delete this section and replace it with the following: The Proposal Form will identify the project and its location and describe the work. It will also list PROFESSIONAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - Rev. 4/2023 CITY OF .. Federal Way CITY HALL 33325 8th Avenue South Federal Way, WA 98003-6325 (253) 835-7000 www cityoffederalway com estimated quantities, units of measurement, the items of work, and the materials to be furnished at the unit bid prices. The bidder shall complete spaces on the proposal form that call for, but are not limited to, unit prices; extensions; summations; the total bid amount; signatures; date; and, where applicable, retail sales taxes and acknowledgment of addenda; the bidder's name, address, telephone number, and signature; the bidder's UBDE/DBE/M/WBE commitment, if applicable; a State of Washington Contractor's Registration Number; and a Business License Number, if applicable. Bids shall be completed by typing or shall be printed in ink by hand, preferably in black ink. The required certifications are included as part of the Proposal Form. The Contracting Agency reserves the right to arrange the proposal forms with alternates and additives, if such be to the advantage of the Contracting Agency. The bidder shall bid on all alternates and additives suet forth in the Proposal Form unless otherwise specified. 1-02.6 Preparation of Proposal (June 4, 2020 WSDOT GSP, OPTION 9) Item number 1 in the fifth paragraph of Section 1-02.6 is revised to read: 1. Subcontractors who will perform the work of structural steel installation, rebar installation, heating, ventilation, air conditioning and plumbing as described in RCW 18.106 and electrical as described in RCW 19.28, and Add the following new section: 1-02.f U1} Recycled Materials Proposal (January 4, 2016APWA GSP) The Bidder shall submit with the Bid, its proposal for incorporating recycled materials into the project, using the form provided in the Contract Provisions. 1-02.7 Bid Deposit (March 8, 2013 APWA GSP) Supplement this section with the following: Bid bonds shall contain the following: 1. Contracting Agency -assigned number for the project; 2. Name of the project; 3. The Contracting Agency named as obligee; 4. The amount of the bid bond stated either as a dollar figure or as a percentage which represents five percent of the maximum bid amount that could be awarded; 5. Signature of the bidder's officer empowered to sign official statements. The signature of the person authorized to submit the bid should agree with the signature on the bond, and the title of the person must accompany the said signature; 6. The signature of the surety's officer empowered to sign the bond and the power of attorney. If so stated in the Contract Provisions, bidder must use the bond form included in the Contract Provisions. PROFESSIONAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - Rev. 4/2023 CITY OF CITY HALL Fe d e ra 'Way Feder l Avenue South Federal Way, WA 98003-6325 {253) 835-7000 wwwcityoffederal way. com If so stated in the Contract Provisions, cash will not be accepted for a bid deposit. 1-02.10 Withdraw in,, Rev isin g, or Supplementing Pra osal (July 23, 2015 APWA GSP) Delete this section, and replace it with the following: After submitting a physical Bid Proposal to the Contracting Agency, the Bidder may withdraw, revise, or supplement it if- 1. The Bidder submits a written request signed by an authorized person and physically delivers it to the place designated for receipt of Bid Proposals, and 2. The Contracting Agency receives the request before the time set for receipt of Bid Proposals, and 3. The revised or supplemented Bid Proposal (if any) is received by the Contracting Agency before the time set for receipt of Bid Proposals. If the Bidder's request to withdraw, revise, or supplement its Bid Proposal is received before the time set for receipt of Bid Proposals, the Contracting Agency will return the unopened Proposal package to the Bidder. The Bidder must then submit the revised or supplemented package in its entirety. If the Bidder does not submit a revised or supplemented package, then its bid shall be considered withdrawn. Late revised or supplemented Bid Proposals or late withdrawal requests will be date recorded by the Contracting Agency and returned unopened. Mailed, emailed, or faxed requests to withdraw, revise, or supplement a Bid Proposal are not acceptable. 1-02.131rre ular Proposals (December 30, 2022 APWA GSP) Delete this section and replace it with the following: 1. A Proposal will be considered irregular and will be rejected if. a. The Bidder is not prequalified when so required; b. The authorized Proposal form furnished by the Contracting Agency is not used or is altered; C. The completed Proposal form contains any unauthorized additions, deletions, alternate Bids, or conditions; d. The Bidder adds provisions reserving the right to reject or accept the award, or enter into the Contract; e. A price per unit cannot be determined from the Bid Proposal; f. The Proposal form is not properly executed; g. The Bidder fails to submit or properly complete a subcontractor list (WSDOT Form 271-015), if applicable, as required in Section 1-02.6; h. The Bidder fails to submit or properly complete an Disadvantaged Business Enterprise Certification (WSDOT Form 272-056); if applicable, as required in Section 1-02.6; i. The Bidder fails to submit Written Confirmations (WSDOT Form 422-031) from each DBE firm listed on the Bidder's completed DBE Utilization Certification that they are in agreement with the bidder's DBE participation commitment, if applicable, as required in Section 1-02.6, or if the written confirmation that is submitted fails to meet the requirements of the Special Provisions; i The Bidder fails to submit DBE Good Faith Effort documentation, if applicable, as required in PROFESSIONAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - Rev. 4/2023 4S CITY OF CITY HALL Fe de ra Way 33325 8fh Avenue South Federal Way, WA 98003-6325 (253) 835-7000 www cityofiederalway com Section 1-02.6, or if the documentation that is submitted fails to demonstrate that a Good Faith Effort to meet the Condition of Award was made; k. The Bidder fails to submit a DBE Bid Item Breakdown (WSDOT Form 272-054), if applicable, as required in Section 1-02.6, or if the documentation that is submitted fails to meet the requirements of the Special Provisions; 1. The Bidder fails to submit DBE Trucking Credit Forms, if applicable, as required in Section 1- 02.6, or if the documentation that is submitted fails to meet the requirements of the Special Provisions; in. The Bid Proposal does not constitute a definite and unqualified offer to meet the material terms of the Bid invitation; or n. More than one Proposal is submitted for the same project from a Bidder under the same or different names. 2. A Proposal may be considered irregular and may be rejected if: a. The Proposal does not include a unit price for every Bid item; b. Any of the unit prices are excessively unbalanced (either above or below the amount of a reasonable Bid) to the potential detriment of the Contracting Agency; C. Receipt of Addenda is not acknowledged; d. A member of a joint venture or partnership and the joint venture or partnership submit Proposals for the same project (in such an instance, both Bids may be rejected); or e. If Proposal form entries are not made in ink. 1-02.14 Disqualification of Bidders (May 17, 2018 APWA GSP, OPTION B) Delete this section and replace it with the following: A Bidder will be deemed not responsible if the Bidder does not meet the mandatory bidder responsibility criteria in RCW 39.04.350(1), as amended; or does not meet Supplemental Criteria 1-7 listed in this Section. Contracting Agency will verify that the Bidder meets the mandatory bidder responsibility criteria in RCW 39.04.350(1), and Supplemental Criteria 1-2. Evidence that the Bidder meets Supplemental Criteria 3-7 shall be provided by the Bidder as stated later in this Section. Delinquent State Taxes A. Criterion: The Bidder shall not owe delinquent taxes to the Washington State Department of Revenue without a payment plan approved by the'Department of Revenue. B. Documentation: The Bidder, if and when required as detailed below, shall sign a statement (on a form to be provided by the Contracting Agency) that the Bidder does not owe delinquent taxes to the Washington State Department of Revenue, or if delinquent taxes are owed to the Washington State Department of Revenue, the Bidder must submit a written payment plan approved by the Department of Revenue, to the Contracting Agency by the deadline listed below. 2. Federal Debarment A. Criterion: The Bidder shall not currently be debarred or suspended by the Federal PROFESSIONAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - Rev. 4/2023 CITY OF CITY HALL �� Feder Fed a ra 1 Way8th Avenue South Federal Way, WA 98003-6325 (253) 335-7000 Vvww c+tvoflederal way com government. B. Documentation: The Bidder shall not be listed as having an "active exclusion" on the U.S. government's "System for Award Management" database (www.sam.gov). Subcontractor Responsibility A. Criterion: The Bidder's standard subcontract 'form shall include the subcontractor responsibility language required by RCW 39.06.020, and the Bidder shall have an established procedure which it utilizes to validate the responsibility of each of its subcontractors. The Bidder's subcontract form shall also include a requirement that each of its subcontractors shall have and document a similar procedure to determine whether the sub -tier subcontractors with whom it contracts are also "responsible" subcontractors as defined by RCW 39.06.020. B. Documentation: The Bidder, if and when required as detailed below, shall submit a copy of its standard subcontract form for review by the Contracting Agency, and a, written description of its procedure for validating the responsibility of subcontractors with which it contracts. 4. Claims A ainst Retains a and Bonds A. Criterion: The Bidder shall not have a record of excessive claims filed against the retainage or payment bonds for public works projects in the three years prior to the bid submittal date, that demonstrate a lack of effective management by the Bidder of making timely and appropriate payments to its subcontractors, suppliers, and workers, unless there are extenuating circumstances and such circumstances are deemed acceptable to the Contracting Agency. B. Documentation: The Bidder, if and when required as detailed below, shall submit a list of the public works projects completed in the three years prior to the bid submittal date that have had claims against retainage and bonds and include for each project the following information: • Name of project • The owner and contact information for the owner; • A list of claims filed against the retainage and/or payment bond for any of the projects listed; • A written explanation of the circumstances surrounding each claim and the ultimate resolution of the claim. 5. Public Bidding Crime A. Criterion: The Bidder and/or its owners shall not have been convicted of a crime involving bidding on a public works contract in the five years prior to the bid submittal date. B. Documentation: The Bidder, if and when required as detailed below, shall sign a statement (on a form to be provided by the Contracting Agency) that the Bidder and/or its owners have not been convicted of a crime involving bidding on a public works contract. 6. Termination for Cause / Termination for Default A. Criterion: The Bidder shall not have had any public works contract terminated for cause or terminated for default by a government agency in the five years prior to the bid submittal date, PROFESSIONAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - Rev. 4/2023 CITY OF _�. Federal Way CITY HALL 33325 8th Avenue South Federal Way, WA 98003-6325 (253) 835-7000 www cJryoffederahvay. com unless there are extenuating circumstances and such circumstances are deemed acceptable to the Contracting Agency. B. Documentation: The Bidder, if and when required as detailed below, shall sign a statement (on a form to be provided by the Contracting Agency) that the Bidder has not had any public works contract terminated for cause or terminated for default by a government agency in the five years prior to the bid submittal date; or if Bidder was terminated, describe the circumstances. . 7. Lawsuits A. Criterion: The Bidder shall not have lawsuits with judgments entered against the Bidder in the five years prior to the bid submittal date that demonstrate a pattern of failing to meet the terms of contracts, unless there are extenuating circumstances and such circumstances are deemed acceptable to the Contracting Agency B. Documentation: The Bidder, if and when required as detailed below, shall sign a statement (on a form to be provided by the Contracting Agency) that the Bidder has not had any lawsuits with judgments entered against the Bidder in the five years prior to the bid submittal date that demonstrate a pattern of failing to meet the terms of contracts, or shall submit a list of all lawsuits with judgments entered against the Bidder in the five years prior to the bid submittal date, along with a written explanation of the circumstances surrounding each such lawsuit. The Contracting Agency shall evaluate these explanations to determine whether the lawsuits demonstrate a pattern of failing to meet of terms of construction related contracts As evidence that the Bidder meets the Supplemental Criteria stated above, the apparent low Bidder must submit to the Contracting Agency by 12:00 P.M. (noon) of the second business day following the bid submittal deadline, a written statement verifying that the Bidder meets the supplemental criteria together with supporting documentation (sufficient in the sole judgment of the Contracting Agency) demonstrating compliance with the Supplemental Criteria. The Contracting Agency reserves the right to request further documentation as needed from the low Bidder and documentation from other Bidders as well to assess Bidder responsibility and compliance with all bidder responsibility criteria. The Contracting Agency also reserves the right to obtain information from third -parties and independent sources of information concerning a Bidder's compliance with the mandatory and supplemental criteria, and to use that information in their evaluation. The Contracting Agency may consider mitigating factors in determining whether the Bidder complies with the requirements of the supplemental criteria. The basis f luation f Didder han _ '- '---- ' , �+ vu�,u lvi evaiuuuvii vl 1l1llUG1 l+Vlllpll[1111:G with tt1GJG iilailUiilUry aIiu supplementai criteria shaii include any documents or facts obtained by Contracting Agency (whether from the Bidder or third parties) including but not limited to: (i) financial, historical, or operational data from the Bidder; (ii) information obtained directly by the Contracting Agency from others for whom the Bidder has worked, or other public agencies or private enterprises; and (iii) any additional information obtained by the Contracting Agency which is believed to be relevant to the matter. If the Contracting Agency determines the Bidder does not meet the bidder responsibility criteria above and is therefore not a responsible Bidder, the Contracting Agency shall notify the Bidder in writing, with the reasons for its determination. If the Bidder disagrees with this determination, it may appeal the PROFESSIONAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - Rev. 4/2023 CITY OF CITY HALL 4SFe d e ra Way 33325 Avenue South Federall Way. WA 98003-6325 (253) 835-7000 kvww rt"fYederalway. com determination within two (2) business days of the Contracting Agency's determination by presenting its appeal and any additional information to the Contracting Agency. The Contracting Agency will consider the appeal and any additional information before issuing its final determination. If the final determination affirms that the Bidder is not responsible, the Contracting Agency will not execute a contract with any other Bidder until at least two business days after the Bidder determined to be not responsible has received the Contracting Agency's final determination. Request to Change Supplemental Bidder Responsibility Criteria Prior To Bid: Bidders with concerns about the relevancy or restrictiveness of the Supplemental Bidder Responsibility Criteria may make or submit requests to the Contracting Agency to modify the criteria. Such requests shall be in writing, describe the nature of the concerns, and propose specific modifications to the criteria. Bidders shall submit such requests to the Contracting Agency no later than five (5) business days prior to the bid submittal deadline and address the request to the Project Engineer or such other person designated by the Contracting Agency in the Bid Documents. 1-03 AWARD AND ENECUTION_OF CONTRACT 1-03.1 Consideration of Bids (December 30, 2022 APWA GSP) Revise the first paragraph to read: After opening and reading proposals, the Contracting Agency will check them for correctness of extensions of the prices per unit and the total price. If a discrepancy exists between the price per unit and the extended amount of any bid item, the price per unit will control. If a minimum bid amount has been established for any item and the bidder's unit or lump sum price is less than the minimum specified amount, the Contracting Agency will unilaterally revise the unit or lump sum price, to the minimum specified amount and recalculate the extension. The total of extensions, corrected where necessary, including sales taxes where applicable and such additives and/or alternates as selected by the Contracting Agency, will be used by the Contracting Agency for award purposes and to fix the Awarded Contract Price amount and the amount of the contract bond. 1-03.1(1) Identical Bid Totals (December 30, 2022 APWA GSP) Revise this section to read: After opening Bids, if two or more lowest responsive Bid totals are exactly equal, then the tie -breaker will be the Bidder with an equal lowest bid, that proposed to use the highest percentage of recycled materials in the Project, per the form submitted with the Bid Proposal. If those percentages are also exactly equal, then the tie -breaker will be determined by drawing as follows: Two or more slips of paper will be marked as follows: one marked "Winner" and the other(s) marked "unsuccessful." The slips will be folded to make the marking unseen. The slips will be placed inside a box. One authorized representative of each Bidder shall draw a slip from the box. Bidders shall draw in alphabetic order by the name of the firm as registered with the Washington State Department of Licensing. The slips shall be unfolded and the firm with the slip marked "Winner" will be determined to be the successful Bidder and eligible for Award of the Contract. Only those Bidders who submitted a Bid total that is exactly equal to the lowest responsive Bid, and with a proposed recycled materials percentage that is exactly equal to the highest proposed recycled materials amount, are eligible to draw. PROFESSIONAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - Rev. 4/2023 CITY OF CITY HALL �`% Federal � �� I � 33325 Avenue South "�►`J Federall Way, WA 980038003-6325 (253) 835-7000 www cityoffederalway. com 1-03.3 Execution of Contract (January 19, 2022APWA GSP) Revise this section to read: Within 3 calendar days of Award date (not including Saturdays, Sundays, and Holidays), the successful Bidder shall provide the information necessary to execute the Contract to the Contracting Agency. The Bidder shall send the contact information, including the full name, email address, and phone number, for the authorized signer and bonding agent to the Contracting Agency. Copies of the Contract Provisions, including the unsigned Form of Contract, will be available for signature by the successful bidder on the first business day following award. The number of copies to be executed by the Contractor will be determined by the Contracting Agency. Within 10 calendar days after the award date, the successful bidder shall return the signed Contracting Agency -prepared contract, an insurance certification as required by Section 1-07.18, and a satisfactory bond as required by law and Section 1-03.4, the Transfer of Coverage form for the Construction Stormwater General Permit with sections I, III, and VIII completed when provided. Before execution of the contract by the Contracting Agency, the successful bidder shall provide any pre -award information the Contracting Agency may require under Section 1-02.15. Until the Contracting Agency executes a contract, no proposal shall bind the Contracting Agency nor shall any work begin within the project limits or within Contracting Agency -furnished sites. The Contractor shall bear all risks for any work begun outside such areas and for any materials ordered before the contract is executed by the Contracting Agency. If. the bidder experiences circumstances beyond their control that prevents return of the contract documents within the calendar days after the award date stated above, the Contracting Agency may grant up to a maximum of 5 additional calendar days for return of the documents, provided the Contracting Agency deems the circumstances warrant it. 1-03.4 Contract Bond (July 23, 2015 APWA GSP) Delete the first paragraph and replace it with the following: The successful bidder shall provide executed payment and performance bond(s) for the full contract amount. The bond may be a combined payment and performance bond; or be separate payment and performance bonds. In the case of separate payment and performance bonds, each shall be for the full contract amount. The bond(s) shall: 1. Be on Contracting Agency -furnished form(s); 2. Be signed by an approved surety (or sureties) that: a. Is registered with the Washington State Insurance Commissioner, and b. Appears on the current Authorized Insurance List in the State of Washington published by the Office of the Insurance Commissioner, 3. Guarantee that the Contractor will perform and comply with all obligations, duties, and conditions under the Contract, including but not limited to the duty and obligation to indemnify, defend, and protect the Contracting Agency against all losses and claims PROFESSIONAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - Rev. 4/2023 CITY OF Federal Way CITY HALL 33325 8th Avenue South Federal Way, WA 98003-6325 (253) 835-7000 wvw cr[yoffeclera, -vay com related directly or indirectly from any failure: a. Of the Contractor (or any of the employees, subcontractors, or lower tier subcontractors of the Contractor) to faithfully perform and comply with all contract obligations, conditions, and duties, or b. Of the Contractor (or the subcontractors or lower tier subcontractors of the Contractor) to pay all laborers, mechanics, subcontractors, lower tier subcontractors, material person, or any other person who provides supplies or provisions for carrying out the work; 4. Be conditioned upon the payment of taxes, increases, and penalties incurred on the project under titles 50, 51, and 82 RCW; and 5. Be accompanied by a power of attorney for the Surety's officer empowered to sign the bond; and 6. Be signed by an officer of the Contractor empowered to sign official statements (sole proprietor or partner). If the Contractor is a corporation, the bond(s) must be signed by the president or vice president, unless accompanied by written proof of the authority of the individual signing the bond(s) to bind the corporation (i.e., corporate resolution, power of attorney, or a letter to such effect signed by the president or vice president). 1-03.7 Judicial Review (December 30, 2022 APWA GSP) Revise this section to read: All decision made by the Contracting Agency regarding the Award and execution of the Contract or Bid rejection shall be conclusive subject to the scope of judicial review permitted under Washington Law. Such review, if any, shall be timely filed in the Superior Court of the county where the Contracting Agency headquarters is located, provided that where an action is asserted against a county, RCW 36.01.050 shall control venue and jurisdiction. 1-04 SCOPE OF THE WD1�iC 1-04.2 Coordination of Contract Documents Plans Special Provisions Specifications, and Addenda (January 8, 2021 CFW GSP) Revise the second paragraph to read: Any inconsistency in the parts of the contract shall be resolved by following this order of precedence (e.g., 1 presiding over 2, 2 over 3, 3 over 4, and so forth): 1. Contract, 2. Change Orders, with those of a later date taking precedence of those of an earlier date, 3. Addenda, with those of a later date taking precedence of those of an earlier date, 4. Proposal Form, 5. Special Provisions, 6. Contract Plans, 7. Standard Specifications, PROFESSIONAL SERVICES AGREEMENT Rev. 4/2023 CITY OF CITY HALL Fe I r Q �� 33325 8th Avenue South Federal Way, WA 98003003-6325 (253) 835-7000 www cityoffederahvay com 8. Contracting Agency's Standard Plans or Details (if any), and 9. WSDOT Standard Plans for Road, Bridge, and Municipal Construction. 1-04.4 Changes (January 19, 2022APWA GSP) The first two sentences of the last paragraph of Section 1-04.4 are deleted. 1-05.12 Final Acceptance (April 12, 2019 CFW GSP) Delete the third and fourth sentences in the first paragraph and replace it with the following: Final acceptance date of the work shall be the date the Federal Way City Council accepts the project as complete. Add the following new section. 1-05.12(1) One -Year Guarantee Period (March 8, 2013 APWA GSP) The Contractor shall return to the project and repair or replace all defects in workmanship and material discovered within one year after Final Acceptance of the Work. The Contractor shall start work to remedy any such defects within 7 calendar days of receiving Contracting Agency's written notice of a defect, and shall complete such work within the time stated in the Contracting Agency's notice. In case of an emergency, where damage may result from delay or where loss of services may result, such corrections may be made by the Contracting Agency's own forces or another contractor, In which case the cost of corrections shall be paid by the Contractor. In the event the Contractor does not accomplish corrections within the time specified, the work will be otherwise accomplished and the cost of same shall be paid by the Contractor. When corrections of defects are made, the Contractor shall then be responsible for correcting all defects in workmanship and materials in the corrected work for one year after acceptance of the corrections by Contracting Agency. This guarantee is supplemental to and does not limit or affect the requirements that the Contractor's work comply with the requirements of the Contract or any other legal rights or remedies of the Contracting Agency. 1-05.15 Method of Servini Notices (December 30, 2022 APWA GSP) Revise the second paragraph to read: All correspondence from the Contractor shall be directed to the Project Engineer. All correspondence from the Contractor constituting any notification, notice of protest, notice of dispute, or other correspondence constituting notification required to be furnished under the Contract, must be in paper format, hand delivered or sent via mail delivery service to the Project Engineer's office. Electronic copies such as a -mails or electronically delivered copies of correspondence will not constitute such notice and will not comply with the requirements of the Contract. PROFESSIONAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - Rev. 4/2023 CITY OF CITY HALL Am*S ara I �y Feder 8th Avenue South Federal Way, WA 98003-6325Fed (253) 835-7000 www cityoffederafway. com Add the following new section: 1-05.16 Water and Power (October 1, 2005 APWA GSP) The Contractor shall make necessary arrangements, and shall bear the costs for power and water necessary for the performance of the work, unless the Contract includes power and water as a pay item. 1-05.17 As -Built Survey and Record Draw (March 22, 2023 CFW GSP) Section 1-05.17 is a new section: As -Built Survey After construction has been completed the Contractor shall perform an as -built survey and provide the information (including point files) in a format compatible with AutoCAD 2019 or later version file to the Engineer. The applicable tolerance limits for the as -built survey include, but are not limited to the following: Vertical Horizontal As -built sanitary & storm invert and ± 0.01 foot 0.01 foot grate elevations As -built monumentation ± 0.001 foot J: 0.001 foot As -built waterlines, inverts, valves, ± 0.10 foot 0.10 foot hydrants As -built ponds/swales/water features ± 0.10 foot 10.10 foot As -built buildings (fin. Floor elev.) ± 0.01 foot ± 0.10 foot As -built gas lines, power, TV, Tel, Corn ± 0.10 foot f 0.10 foot As -built signs, signals, etc. N/A f 0.10 foot This as -built survey shall consist of the following: • Survey of rim elevation, sump elevations, and invert elevations of all storm drainage structures installed, modified or left in place within the limits of this contract. Storm pipe diameter and material; drainage structure type, size, lid type (solid cover or grate, standard or heavy duty), and lid shape; model No. of CB water quality treatment inserts installed, flowline of open channel conveyance systems at 50-foot max. intervals, and retaining wall footing drains, including cleanouts. • Survey of all monuments shown on the plans or discovered within the project limits. City of Federal Way Monument Record forms shall be completed by a Professional Land Surveyor and submitted to the Project Engineer for each monument. • Finished grade shots on all utility appurtenances within the limits of this contract, including, but not limited to vaults, handholes, valves, fire hydrants, water meters, junction boxes, signal poles, etc. Appurtenances with round covers should have one survey shot in the center of the manhole or valve cover, or at the center of the fire hydrant. Utility handholes and boxes shall have two shots on opposite corners of the cover, PROFESSIONAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - Rev. 4/2023 CITY OF CITY HALL Fed a ra �a� Feder 8th Avenue South Federal Way, WA 98003-6325 (253) 835-7000 wwv cityoffederalway. com • Final curb elevations, with a minimum of 8 shots at each curb return. Also, .final shots along all curb and gutter, block curb, integral curb and extruded curb installed in this contract (at flowline of the curbs). • Final elevations at the front and back of walk throughout the project limits. ■ Final wall elevations at the face and top of all walls installed in this contract. • Shots of all signs, trees, illumination and signal equipment installed as part of this contract. • Shots to delineate all channelization installed in this contract. Record Drawings Throughout construction, the Contractor shall be responsible for tracking all relevant field changes to the approved construction drawings. These changes shall be clearly identified in red ink in a comprehensive manner on one set of full size Plans. These Record Drawing shall be kept separate from other Plan sheets, and shall be clearly marked as Record Drawings. The Record Drawings shall be kept on site, and shall be available for review by the Contracting Agency at all times. The Contractor shall bring the Record Drawings to each progress meeting for review. Upon completion of construction, the Contractor shall submit to the City a clean set of marked -up drawings in electronic PDF format that are signed and certified by the Contractor or their surveyor. The Certification on each page of the record drawings shall state that said drawings are an accurate depiction of built conditions. City acceptance of the Record Drawings is one of the requirements for achieving Physical Completion. The certified Record Drawings shall, at a minimum, consist of the following: • Existing or abandoned utilities that were encountered during construction that were not shown on the approved construction drawings. Accurate locations of storm drainage (including invert elevations), sanitary sewer, water mains and other water appurtenances, structures, conduits, light standards, vaults, width of roadways, sidewalks, landscaping areas, channelization and pavement markings, etc. Record drawings shall reflect actual dimensions, arrangement, and materials used when different than shown in the Plans. As -built survey information shall be used to confirm information shown on record drawings. Changes made by Change Order or Field Directive Changes made by the Contractor as approved by the Engineer. Pothole information gathered by the Contractor. Payment "As -Built Survey and Record Drawings", lump sum. PROFESSIONAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - Rev. 4/2023 4 CITY OF Federal Way CITY HALL 33325 8th Avenue South Federal Way, WA 98003-6325 (253) 835-7000 wwww crtyotfederalway com The lump sum contract price for "As -Built Survey and Record Drawings " shall be full pay for all labor, equipment, materials, and supervision utilized to perform the work specified, including any -surveying, checking, correction of errors, preparation of record drawings, and coordination efforts. Payment will be made after AutoCad files and record drawings are submitted to and approved by the City. No partial payments will be made. W014113Z [1� R111Kill aly t3AV Section 1-06 is supplemented with the following: Build America/Buy America (June 6, 2023, WSDOT GSP, OPTION 2(A)) General Requirements In accordance with Division Q Title IX — Build America, Buy America Act (BABA), of Public Law 117- 58 (Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act), the following materials must be American -made: 1. All steel and iron used in the project are produced in the United States. This means all manufacturing processes, from the initial melting stage through the application of coatings, occurred in the United States. 2. All manufactured products used in the project are produced in the United States. This means the manufactured product was manufactured in the United States, and the cost of the components of the manufactured product that are mined, produced, or manufactured in the United States is greater than 55 percent of the total cost of all components of the manufactured product, unless another standard for determining the minimum amount of domestic content of the manufactured product has been established under applicable law or regulation. 3. All construction materials are manufactured in the United States. This means that all manufacturing processes for the construction material occurred in the United States. An article, material, or supply will be classified in one -of three categories: 1) Steel and Iron, 2) Manufactured Product or 3) Construction Material. Only a single category will apply to an item and be subject to the requirements of the BABA requirements of that category. Some contract items are composed of multiple parts that may fall into different categories. Individual components will be categorized as a construction material, manufactured product, or steel and iron based on their composition when they arrive at the staging area or work site. When steel or iron are a component of a manufactured product or construction material, the steel and iron components will be subject to "Steel and Iron Requirements" of this Specification. Definitions 1. Construction material: Defined as any article, material, or supply brought to the construction site for incorporation into the final product. Construction materials include an article, material, or supply that is or consists primarily of: a. Non-ferrous metals; PROFESSIONAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - Rev. 4/2023 CITY OF Federal Way CITY HALL 33325 8th Avenue South Federal Way, WA 98003-6325 (253) 635-7000 www.ci"ffederahvay.com b. Plastic and polymer -based products (including polyvinylchloride, composite building materials, and polymers used in fiber optic cables); c. Glass (including optic glass); d. Lumber; or e. Drywall. Construction Materials do not include items of primarily iron or steel; manufactured products; cement and cementitious materials; aggregates such as stone, sand, or gravel; or aggregate binding agents or additives. 2_ Manufactured Product: A Manufactured product includes any item produced as a result of the manufacturing process. Items that consist of two or more of the listed construction materials that have been combined together through a manufacturing process, and items that include at least one of the listed materials combined with a material that is not listed through a manufacturing process, should be treated as manufactured products, rather than as construction materials. 3. Manufactured in the United States: A construction material will be considered as manufactured in the United States if all manufacturing processes have occurred in the United States. 4. Structural Steel: Defined as all structural steel products included in the project. 5. United States: To further define the coverage, a domestic product is a manufactured steel construction material that was produced in one of the 50 states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, or in the territories and possessions of the United States. Steel and Iron Requirements Major quantities of steel and iron construction materials that are permanently incorporated into the project shall consist of American -made material's only. BABA requirements do not apply to temporary steel or iron items, e.g., temporary sheet piling, temporary bridges, steel scaffolding and falsework. Minor amounts of foreign steel and iron may be utilized in this project provided the cost of the foreign material used does not exceed one -tenth of one percent of the total contract cost or $2,500.00, whichever is greater. American -made material is defined as material having all manufacturing processes occurring domestically. If domestically produced steel billets or iron ingots are exported outside of the area of coverage, as defined above, for any manufacturing process then the resulting product does not conform to the BABA requirements. Additionally, products manufactured domestically from foreign source steel billets or iron ingots do not conform to the BABA requirements because the initial melting and mixing of alloys to create the material occurred in a foreign country. PROFESSIONAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - Rev. 4/2023 cIrr OF CITY HALL Fed a ra I Way Feder 8th Avenue South Federal Way, VVA 98003-6325 (253) 835-7000 ewwv cityoffederaiway com Manufacturing begins with the initial melting and mixing and continues through the coating stage. Any process which modifies the chemical content, the physical size or shape, or the final finish is considered a manufacturing process. The processes include rolling, extruding, machining, bending, grinding, drilling, welding, and coating. The action of applying a coating to steel or iron is deemed a manufacturing process. Coating includes epoxy coating, galvanizing, aluminizing, painting, and any other coating that protects or enhances the value of steel or iron. Any process from the original reduction from ore to the finished product constitutes a manufacturing process for iron. Due to a nationwide waiver, BABA requirements do not apply to raw materials (iron ore and alloys), scrap (recycled steel or iron), and pig iron ore processed, pelletized, and reduced iron ore. The following are considered to be steel manufacturing processes: Production of steel by any of the following processes: a. Open hearth furnace. b. Basic oxygen. c. Electric furnace. d. Direct reduction. 2. Rolling, heat treating, and any other similar processing. 3. Fabrication of the products: a. Spinning wire into cable or strand. b. Corrugating and rolling into culverts. c. Shop fabrication. A certification of materials origin will be required for all items comprised of, or containing, steel or iron construction materials prior to such items being incorporated into the permanent work. The Contractor will not receive payment until the certification is received by the Engineer. The certification shall be on WSDOT Form 350-109 provided by the Engineer, or such other form the Contractor chooses, provided it contains the same information as WSDOT Form 350-109. Manufactured Products Due to a nationwide waiver, BABA requirements do not apply to manufactured products. Manufactured products that contain steel and iron, regardless of a nationwide waiver, will follow "Steel and Iron Requirements" of this Specification. Construction Material Requirements PROFESSIONAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - Rev. 4/2023 CITY OF CITY HALL Fe d e ra I Way Feder l Avenue South Federal Way, WA 98003-6325 (253) 835-7000 www. cityoffederalway com A Contractor provided certificate of materials origin will be required before each progress estimate or payment. The Contractor will not receive payment until the certification is received by the Engineer. The Contractor shall certify that all construction materials installed during the current progress estimate period meets the Build America, Buy America Act. The certification shall be on WSDOT Form 350-110 provided by the Engineer, or such other form the Contractor chooses, provided it contains the same information as WSDOT Form 350-110. 1-06.6 Recycled Materials (January 4, 20I6APWA GSP) Delete this section, including its subsections, and replace it with the following: The Contractor shall make their best effort to utilize recycled materials in the construction of the project. Approval of such material use shall be as detailed elsewhere in the Standard Specifications. Prior to Physical Completion the Contractor shall report the quantity of recycled materials that were utilized in the construction of the project for each of the items listed in Section 9-03.21. The report shall include hot mix asphalt, recycled concrete aggregate, recycled glass, steel furnace slag and other recycled materials (e.g. utilization of on -site material and aggregates from concrete returned to the supplier). The Contractor's report shall be provided on DOT form 350-075 Recycled Materials Reporting. RELATIONS1-07 LEGAL AND RESPONSIBILITIES THE PUBLIC 1=07.1 Laws to be Observed (October], 2005 APWA GSP) Supplement this section with the following: In cases of conflict between different safety regulations, the more stringent regulation shall apply. The Washington State Department of Labor and Industries shall be the sole and paramount administrative agency responsible for the administration of the provisions of the Washington Industrial Safety and Health Act of 1973 (WISHA). The Contractor shall maintain at the project site office, or other well-known place at the project site, all articles necessary for providing first aid to the injured. The Contractor shall establish, publish, and make known to all employees, procedures for ensuring immediate removal to a hospital, or doctor's care, persons, including employees, who may have been injured on the project site. Employees should not be permitted to work on the project site before the Contractor has established and made known procedures for removal of injured persons to a hospital or a doctor-s care. The Contractor shall have sole responsibility for the safety, efficiency, and adequacy of the Contractor's Plant, appliances, and methods, and for any damage or injury resulting from their failure, or improper maintenance, use, or operation. The Contractor shall be solely and completely responsible for the conditions of the project site, including safety for all persons and property in the performance of the work. This requirement shall apply continuously, and not be limited to normal working hours. The required or implied duty of the Engineer to conduct construction review of the Contractor's performance does not, and shall not, be intended to include review and adequacy of the Contractor's safety measures in, on, or near the project site. PROFESSIONAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - Rev. 4/2023 CITY OF CITY HALL 4 33325Fe d e ra I Way Feder Avenue South Federal Way. WA 98003-6325 (253) 835-7000 www cityotlederalway com Section 1-07.1 is supplemented with the following: (April 3, 2006 WSDOT GSP, OPTION 3) Confined Space Confined spaces are known to exist at the following locations: Existing storm drainage, sanitary sewer, and other utility systems, vaults, and structures, along with all new similar new construction items that meet the requirements of WAC 296-809-100. The Contractor shall be fully responsible for the safety and health of all on -site workers and compliant with Washington Administrative Code (WAC 296-809). The Contractor shall prepare and implement a confined space program for each of the confined spaces identified above. The Contractors Confined Space program shall be sent to the contracting agency at least 30 days prior to the Contractor beginning work in or adjacent to the confined space. No work shall be performed in or adjacent to the confined space until the plan is submitted to the Engineer as required. The Contractor shall communicate with the Engineer to ensure a coordinated effort for providing and maintaining a safe worksite for both the Contracting Agency's and Contractor's workers when working in or near a confined space. All costs to prepare and implement the confined space program shall be included in the bid prices for the various items associated with the confined space work. 1-07.2 State Taxes Delete this section, including its sub -sections, in its entirety and replace it with the following: 1-07.2 State Sales Tax (June 27, 2011 APWA GSP) The Washington State Department of Revenue has issued special rules on the State sales tax. Sections 1- 07.2(1) through 1-07.2(3) are meant to clarify those rules. The Contractor should contact the Washington State Department of Revenue for answers to questions in this area. The Contracting Agency will not adjust its payment if the Contractor bases a Bid on a misunderstood tax liability. The Contractor shall include all Contractor -paid taxes in the unit Bid prices or other Contract amounts. In some cases, however, state retail sales tax will not be included. Section 1-07.2(2) describes this exception. The Contracting Agency will pay the retained percentage (or release the Contract Bond if a FHWA- funded Project) only if the Contractor has obtained from the Washington State Department of Revenue a certificate showing that all Contract -related taxes have been paid (RCW 60.28.051). The Contracting Agency may deduct from its payments ,to the Contractor any amount the Contractor may owe the Washington State Department of Revenue, whether the amount owed relates to this Contract or not. Any amount so deducted will be paid into the proper State fund. 1-07.2(1) State Sales Tax — Rule 171 WAC 458-20-171, and its related rules, apply to building, repairing, or improving streets, roads, etc., which are owned by a municipal corporation, or political subdivision of the state, or by the PROFESSIONAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - Rev. 4/2023 CITY OF CITY HALL Fe d e ra I Way Feder 8th Avenue South Federal Way. WA 98003-6325 (253) 835-7000 www ciryoffederalway com United States, and which are used primarily for foot or vehicular traffic. This includes storm. or combined sewer systems within and included as a part of the street or road drainage system and power lines when such are part of the roadway lighting system. For work performed in such cases, the Contractor shall include Washington State Retail Sales Taxes in the various unit Bid item prices, or other Contract amounts, including those that the Contractor pays on the purchase of the materials, equipment, or supplies used or consumed in doing the work. 1-07.2(2) State Sales Tax — Rule 170 WAC 458-20-170, and its related rules, apply to the constructing and repairing of new or existing buildings, or other structures, upon real property. This includes, but is not limited to, the construction of streets, roads, highways, etc., owned by the state of Washington; water mains and their appurtenances; sanitary sewers and sewage disposal systems unless such sewers and disposal systems are within, and a part of, a street or road drainage system; telephone, telegraph, electrical power distribution lines, or other conduits or lines in or above streets or roads, unless such power lines become a part of a street or road lighting system; and installing or attaching of any article of tangible personal property in or to real property, whether or not such personal property becomes a part of the realty by virtue of installation - For work performed in such cases, the Contractor shall collect from the Contracting Agency, retail sales tax on the full Contract price. The Contracting Agency will automatically add this sales tax to each payment to the Contractor. For this reason, the Contractor shall not include the retail sales tax in the unit Bid item prices, or in any other Contract amount subject to Rule 170, with the following exception. Exception: The Contracting Agency will not add in sales tax for a payment the Contractor or a subcontractor makes on the purchase or rental of tools, machinery, equipment, or consumable supplies not integrated into the project. Such sales taxes shall be included.in the unit Bid item prices or in any other Contract amount. 1-07.2(3) Services The Contractor shall not collect retail sales tax from the Contracting Agency on any Contract wholly for professional or other services (as defined in Washington State Department of Revenue Rules 138 and 244). 1-07,5 Environmental Regulations Section 1-07.5 is supplemented with the following: (S ,t�, ��; 20, 2010, WSDOT GSP, OPTION Environmental Commitments The following Provisions summarize the requirements, in addition to those required elsewhere in the Contract, imposed upon the Contracting Agency by the various documents referenced in the Special Provision Permits and Licenses. Throughout the work, the Contractor shall comply with the following requirements: (August 3, 2009, WSDOT GSP, OPTION 2) Payment All costs to comply with this special provision for the environmental commitments and requirements are PROFESSIONAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - Rev. 4/2023 CITY OF _ Federal Way CITY HALL 33325 8th Avenue South Federal Way, VVA 98003-6325 (253) 835-7000 wwwdlyoffederaf ivay com incidental to the contract and are the responsibility of the Contractor. The Contractor shall include all related costs in the associated bid prices of the contract. (January 2, 2018 WSDOT GSP, OPTION]) Section 1-07.6 is supplemented with the following: The Contracting Agency has obtained the below -listed permit(s) for this project. A copy of the permit(s) is attached as an appendix for informational purposes. Copies of these permits, including a copy of the Transfer of Coverage form, when applicable, are required to be onsite at all times. Contact with the permitting agencies, concerning the below -listed permit(s), shall be made through the Engineer with the exception of when the Construction Stormwater General Permit coverage is transferred to the Contractor, direct communication with the Department of Ecology is allowed. The Contractor shall be responsible for obtaining Ecology's approval for any Work requiring additional approvals (e.g. Request for Chemical Treatment Form). The Contractor shall obtain additional permits as necessary. All costs to obtain and comply with additional permits shall be included in the applicable Bid items for the Work involved. * Construction Stormwater General Permit • Any other permits included in Appendices 1-07.7 Load Limits (March 13,1995 WSDOT GSP, OPTION 6) Section 1-07.7 is supplemented with the following: If the sources of materials provided by the Contractor necessitate hauling over roads other than State Highways, the Contractor shall, at the Contractor's expense, make all arrangements for the use of the haul routes. 1-07.9 Wages 1-07.9{I} General (January 9, 2023 WSDOT GSP, OPTION 1) Section 1-07.9(1) is supplemented with the following: The Federal wage rates incorporated in this contract have been established by the Secretary of Labor under United States Department of Labor General Decision No. WA20230001. The State rates incorporated in this contract are applicable to all construction activities associated with this contract. 1-07.9 5 A Re uired Documents (December 30, 2022 APWA GSP) This section is revised to read as follows: All Statements of Intent to Pay Prevailing Wages, Affidavits of Wages Paid and Certified Payrolls, including a signed Statement of Compliance for Federal -aid projects, shall be submitted to the Engineer and to the State using the State L&I online Prevailing Wage Intent & Affidavit (PWIA) system. PROFESSIONAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - Rev. 4/2023 A4SCarr OF CITY HALL Fera ay 33325 Avenue South Fe_deraJ Way, WA 98003-6325 (253) 835-7000 wrinv dt) of(ederalway. com 1-07.11 Requirements for Nondiscrimination (October 3, 2022 WSDOT GSP, OPTION 1) Section 1-07.11 is supplemented with the following: Requirement for Affirmative Action to Ensure Equal Em to ent Q ortunit(Executive Order 11246 1. The Contractor's attention is called to the Equal Opportunity Clause and the Standard Federal Equal Employment Opportunity Construction Contract Specifications set forth herein. 2. The goals and timetables for minority and female participation set by the Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs, expressed in percentage terms for the Contractor's aggregate work force in each construction craft and in each trade on all construction work in the covered area, are as follows: Women - Statewide Timetable Until further notice Goal 6.9% Minorities - by Standard Metropolitan Statistical Area (SMSA) Spokane, WA: SMSA Counties: Spokane, WA 2.8 WA Spokane. Non-SMSA Counties 3.0 WA Adams; WA Asotin; WA Columbia; WA Ferry; WA Garfield; WA Lincoln, WA Pend Oreille; WA Stevens; WA Whitman. Richland, WA: SMSA Counties: Richland Kennewick, WA 5.4 WA Benton; WA Franklin. Non-SMSA Counties 3.6 WA Walla Walla. Yakima, WA: SMSA Counties: Yakima, WA 9.7 1 A V 1,- Y A 10.1�11 a. Non-SMSA Counties 7.2 WA Chelan; WA Douglas; WA Grant; WA Kittitas; WA Okanogan. Seattle, WA: SMSA Counties: Seattle Everett, WA 7.2 WA King; WA Snohomish. Tacoma, WA 6.2 WA Pierce. PROFESSIONAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - Rev. 4/2023 ,�SCITY OF � Federal CITY HALL ■ � ■�� 33325 8th Avenue South ■V■lYl Federal Way, WA 98003-6325 (253) 835-7000 mm.crryoffederahroay com Non-SMSA Counties 6.1 WA Clallam; WA Grays Harbor; WA Island; WA Jefferson; WA Kitsap; WA Lewis; WA Mason; WA Pacific; WA San Juan; WA Skagit; WA Thurston; WA Whatcom. Portland, OR: SMSA Counties: Portland, OR -WA 4.5 WA Clark. Non-SMSA Counties 3.8 WA Cowlitz; WA Klickitat; WA Skamania; WA Wahkiakum. These goals are applicable to each nonexempt Contractor's total on -site construction workforce, regardless of whether or not part of that workforce is performing work on a Federal, or federally assisted project, contract, or subcontract until further notice. Compliance with these goals and time tables is enforced by the Office of Federal Contract compliance Programs. The Contractor's compliance with the Executive Order and the regulations in 41 CFR Part 60-4 shall be based on its implementation of the Equal Opportunity Clause, specific affirmative action obligations required by the specifications set forth in 41 CFR 60-4.3(a), and its efforts to meet the goals. The hours of minority and female employment and training must be substantially uniform throughout the length of the contract, in each construction craft and in each trade, and the Contractor shall make a good faith effort to employ minorities and women evenly on each of its projects. The transfer of minority or female employees or trainees from Contractor to Contractor or from project to project for the sole purpose of meeting the Contractor's goal shall be a violation of the contract, the Executive Order and the regulations in 41 CFR Part 60-4. Compliance with the goals will be measured against the total work hours performed. 3. The Contractor shall provide written notification to the Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs (OFCCP) within 10 working days of award of any construction subcontract in excess of $10,000 or more that are Federally funded, at any tier for construction work under the contract resulting from this solicitation. The notification shall list the name, address and telephone number of the subcontractor; employer identification number of the subcontractor; estimated dollar amount of the subcontract; estimated starting and completion dates of the subcontract; and the geographical area in which the contract is to be performed. The notification shall be sent to: U.S. Department of Labor Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs Pacific Region Attn: Regional Director San Francisco Federal Building 90 — 7ch Street, Suite 18-300 San Francisco, CA 94103(415) 625-7800 Phone (415) 625-7799 Fax 2. As used in this Notice, and in the contract resulting from this solicitation, the Covered Area is as designated herein. Standard Federal Equal Employment Opportunity Construction Contract Specifications (Executive PROFESSIONAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - Rev. 4/2023 ,*SCITY OF ,� Federal Way Order 11246) 1. As used in these specifications: CITY HALL 33325 8th Avenue South Federal Way, WA 98003-6325 (253) 835-7000 www cityoffederalway. coin a. Covered Area means the geographical area described in the solicitation from which this contract resulted; b. Director means Director, Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs, United States Department of Labor, or any person to whom the Director delegates authority; c. Employer Identification Number means the Federal Social Security number used on the Employer's Quarterly Federal Tax Return, U. S. Treasury Department Form 941; d. Minority includes: (1) Black, a person having origins in any of the Black Racial Groups of Africa. (2) Hispanic, a fluent Spanish speaking, Spanish surnamed person of Mexican, Puerto Rican, Cuban, Central American, South American, or other Spanish origin. (3) Asian or Pacific Islander, a person having origins in any of the original peoples of the Pacific rim or the Pacific Islands, the Hawaiian Islands and Samoa. (4) American Indian or Alaskan Native, a person having origins in any of the original peoples of North America, and who maintain cultural identification through tribal affiliation or community recognition. 2. Whenever the Contractor, or any Subcontractor at any tier, subcontracts a portion of the work involving any construction trade, it shall physically include in each subcontract in excess of $10,000 the provisions of these specifications and the Notice which contains the applicable goals for minority and female participation and which is set forth in the solicitations from which this contract resulted. 3. If the Contractor is participating (pursuant to 41 CFR 60-4.5) in a Hometown Plan approved by the U.S. Department of Labor in the covered area either individually or through an association, its affirmative action obligations on all work in the Plan area (including goals and timetables) shall be in accordance with that Plan for those trades which have unions participating in the Plan. Contractors must be able to demonstrate their participation in and compliance with the provisions of any such Hometown Plan. Each Contractor or subcontractor participating in an approved Plan is individually required to comply with its obligations under the EEO clause, and to make a good faith effort to achieve each goal under the Plan in Path trade in x0lie.h it hac PmnlnvPPc T11P nyPrall annrl faith nPrfnrmanop by nth Pr Contractors or subcontractors toward a goal in an approved Plan does not excuse any covered Contractor's or subcontractor's failure to take good faith effort to achieve the Plan goals and timetables. 4. The Contractor shall implement the specific affirmative action standards provided in paragraphs 7a through 7p of this Special Provision. The goals set forth in the solicitation from which this contract resulted are expressed as percentages of the total hours of employment and training of minority and female utilization the Contractor should reasonably be able to achieve in each construction trade in which it has employees in the covered area. Covered construction contractors performing construction work in geographical areas where they do PROFESSIONAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - Rev. 4/2023 A4! CITY OF ,�S� Federal Way CITY HALL 33325 8th Avenue South Federal Way, WA 98003-6325 (253)835-7000 4w w.cilyoffederalwaycoin not have a Federal or federally assisted construction contract shall apply the minority and female goals established for the geographical area where the work is being performed. The Contractor is expected to make substantially uniform progress in meeting its goals in each craft during the period specified. 5. Neither the provisions of any collective bargaining agreement, nor the failure by a union with whom the Contractor has a collective bargaining agreement, to refer either minorities or women shall excuse the Contractor's obligations under these specifications, Executive Order 11246, or the regulations promulgated pursuant thereto. 6. In order for the nonworking training hours of apprentices and trainees to be counted in meeting the goals, such apprentices and trainees must be employed by the Contractor during the training period, and the -Contractor must have made a commitment to employ the apprentices and trainees at the completion of their training, subject to the availability of employment opportunities. Trainees must be trained pursuant to training programs approved by the U.S. Department of Labor. 7. The Contractor shall take specific affirmative actions to ensure equal employment opportunity. The evaluation of the Contractor's compliance with these specifications shall be based upon its effort to achieve maximum results from its action. The Contractor shall document these efforts fully, and shall implement affirmative action steps at least as extensive as the following: a. Ensure and maintain a working environment free of harassment, intimidation, and coercion at all sites, and in all facilities at which the Contractor's employees are assigned to work. The Contractor, where possible, will assign two or more women to each construction project. The Contractor shall specifically ensure that all foremen, superintendents, and other on -site supervisory personnel are aware of and carry out the Contractor's obligation to maintain such a working environment, with specific attention to minority or female individuals working at such sites or in such facilities. b. Establish and maintain a current list of minority and female recruitment sources, provide written notification to minority and female recruitment sources and to community organizations when the Contractor or its unions have employment opportunities available, and maintain a record of the organizations' responses. c. Maintain a current file of the names, addresses and telephone numbers of each minority and female off -the -street applicant and minority or female referral from a union, a recruitment source or community organization and of what action was taken with respect to each such individual. If such individual was sent to the union hiring hall for referral and was not referred back to the Contractor by the union or, if referred, not employed by the Contractor, this shall be documented in the file with the reason therefor, along with whatever additional actions the Contractor may have taken. d. Provide immediate written notification to the Director when the union or unions with which the Contractor has a collective bargaining agreement has not referred to the Contractor a minority person or woman sent by the Contractor, or when the Contractor has other information that the union referral process has impeded the Contractor's efforts to meet its obligations. e. Develop on-the-job training opportunity and/or participate in training programs for the PROFESSIONAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - Rev. 4/2023 CITY OF CITY HALL Fe d e ra I Way 33325 Avenue South Federal Way, WA 98003-6325 (253) 835-7000 www cityotfederalway com area which expressly include minorities and women, including upgrading programs and apprenticeship and trainee programs relevant to the Contractor's employment needs, especially those programs funded or approved by the U.S. Department of Labor. The Contractor shall provide notice of these programs to the sources compiled under 7b above. f. Disseminate the Contractor's EEO policy by providing notice of the policy to unions and training programs and requesting their cooperation in assisting the Contractor in meeting its EEO obligations; by including it in any policy manual and collective bargaining agreement; by publicizing it in the company newspaper, annual report, etc.; by specific review of the policy with all management personnel and with all minority and female employees at least once a year; and by posting the company EEO policy on bulletin boards accessible to all employees at each location where construction work is performed. g. Review, at least annually, the company's EEO policy and affirmative action obligations under these specifications with all employees having any responsibility for hiring, assignment, layoff, termination or other employment decisions including specific review of these items with on -site supervisory personnel such as Superintendents, General Foremen, etc., prior to the initiation of construction work at any job site. A written record shall be made and maintained identifying the time and place of these meetings, persons attending, subject matter discussed, and disposition of the subject matter. h. Disseminate the Contractor's EEO policy externally by including it in any advertising in the news media, specifically including minority and female news media, and providing written notification to and discussing the Contractor's EEO policy with other Contractors and Subcontractors with whom the Contractor does or anticipates doing business. i. Direct its recruitment efforts, both oral and written to minority, female and community organizations, to schools with minority and female students and to minority and female recruitment and training organizations serving the Contractor's recruitment area and employment needs. Not later than one month prior to the date for the acceptance of applications for apprenticeship or other training by any recruitment source, the Contractor shall send written notification to organizations such as the above, describing the openings, screening procedures, and tests to be used in the selection process. j. Encourage present minority and female employees to recruit other minority persons and women and where reasonable, provide after school, summer and vacation employment to minority and female youth both on the site and in other areas of a Contractor's work force. k. Validate all tests and other selection requirements where there is an obligation to do so under 41 CFR Part 60-3. 1. Conduct, at least annually, an inventory and evaluation of all minority and female personnel for promotional opportunities and encourage these employees to seek or to prepare for, through appropriate training, etc., such opportunities. PROFESSIONAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - Rev. 4/2023 c13r OF CITY HALL Federal Way 33325 8th Avenue South Federal Way, WA 98003-6325 (253) 835-7000 www crtyolfederalway coin in. Ensure that seniority practices, job classifications, work assignments and other personnel practices, do not have a discriminatory effect by continually monitoring all personnel and employment related activities to ensure that the EEO policy and the Contractor's obligations under these specifications are being carried out. n. Ensure that all facilities and company activities are non -segregated except that separate or single -user toilet and necessary changing facilities shall be provided to assure privacy between the sexes. o. Document and maintain a record of all solicitations of offers for subcontracts from minority and female construction contractors and suppliers, including circulation of solicitations to minority and female contractor associations and other business associations. p. Conduct a review, at least annually, of all supervisors' adherence to and performance under the Contractor's EEO policies and affirmative action obligations. 8. Contractors are encouraged to participate in voluntary associations which assist in fulfilling one or more of their affirmative action obligations (7a through 7p). The efforts of a contractor association, joint contractor -union, contractor -community, or other similar group of which the Contractor is a member and participant, may be asserted as fulfilling any one or more of the obligations under 7a through 7p of this Special Provision provided that the Contractor actively participates in the group, makes every effort to assure that the group has a positive impact on the employment of minorities and women in the industry, ensure that the concrete benefits of the program are reflected in the Contractor's minority and female work -force participation, makes a good faith effort to meet its individual goals and timetables, and can provide access to documentation which demonstrate the effectiveness of actions taken on behalf of the Contractor. The obligation to comply, however, is the Contractor's and failure of such a group to fulfill an obligation shall not be a defense for the Contractor's noncompliance. 9. A single goal for minorities and a separate single goal for women have been established. The Contractor, however, is required to provide equal employment opportunity and to take affirmative action for all minority groups, both male and female, and all women, both minority and non -minority. Consequently, the Contractor may be in violation of the Executive Order if a particular group is employed in substantially disparate manner (for example, even though the Contractor has achieved its goals for women generally, the Contractor may be in violation of the Executive Order if a specific minority group of women is underutilized). 10. The Contractor shall not use the goals and timetables or affirmative action standards to discriminate against any person because of race, color, religion, sex, or national origin. 11. The Contractor shall not enter into any subcontract with any person or firm debarred from Government contracts pursuant to Executive Order 11246. 12. The Contractor shall carry out such sanctions and penalties for violation of these specifications and of the Equal Opportunity Clause, including suspensions, terminations and cancellations of existing subcontracts as may be imposed or ordered pursuant to Executive Order 11246, as amended, and its implementing regulations by the Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs. Any Contractor who fails to carry out such sanctions and penalties shall be in violation of these specifications and Executive Order 11246, as amended. PROFESSIONAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - Rev. 4/2023 CITY OF Federal Way CITY HALL 33325 8th Avenue South Federal Way, WA 98003-6325 p53) 835-7000 www cityoffederahvay. com 13. The Contractor, in fulfilling its obligations under these specifications, shall implement specific affirmative action steps, at least as extensive as those standards prescribed in paragraph 7 of this Special Provision, so as to achieve maximum results from its efforts to ensure equal employment opportunity. If the Contractor fails to comply with the requirements of the Executive Order, the implementing regulations, or these specifications the Director shall proceed in accordance with 41 CFR 60-4.8. 14. The Contractor shall designate a responsible official to monitor all employment related activity to ensure that the company EEO policy is being carried out, to submit reports relating to the provisions hereof as may be required by the government and to keep records. Records shall at least include, for each employee, their name, address, telephone numbers, construction trade, union affiliation if any, employee identification number when assigned, social security number, race, sex, status (e.g., mechanic, apprentice, trainee, helper, or laborer), dates of changes in status, hours worked per week in the indicated trade, rate of pay, and locations at which the work was performed. Records shall be maintained in an easily understandable and retrievable form; however, to the degree that existing records satisfy this requirement, the Contractors will not be required to maintain separate records. 15. Nothing herein provided shall be construed as a limitation upon the application of other laws which establish different standards of compliance or upon the application of requirements for the hiring of local or other area residents (e.g., those under the Public Works Employment Act of 1977 and the Community Development Block Grant Program). 16. Additional assistance for Federal Construction Contractors on contracts administered by Washington State Department of Transportation or by Local Agencies may be found at: Washington State Dept. of Transportation Office of Equal Opportunity PO Box 47314 310 Maple Park Ave. SE Olympia WA 98504-7314 Ph: 360-705-7090 Fax: 360-705-6801 http://www.wsdot.wa.gov/equalopportunity/defautt.htni (October 1, 2020, APSW GSP, OPTIONA) Supplement this section with the following: Disadvantaged Business Enterprise Participation , The Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) requirements of 49 CFR Part 26 and USDOT's official interpretations (i.e., Questions & Answers) apply to this Contract. As such, the requirements of this Contract are to make affirmative efforts to solicit DBEs, provide information on who -submitted a Bid or quote and to report DBE participation monthly as described elsewhere in these Contract Provisions. No preference will be included in the evaluation of Bids/Proposals, no minimum level of DBE participation shall be required as a Condition of Award and Bids/Proposals may not be rejected or considered non- responsive on that basis. PROFESSIONAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - Rev. 4/2023 CITY OF CITY HALL Federal Way Feder l Avenue South 4! Federal Way, WA 98003-6325 (253) 835-7000 mm ciryoffederalway com DBE Abbreviations and Definitions Broker — A business firm that provides a bona fide service, such as professional, technical, consultant or managerial services and assistance in the procurement of essential personnel, facilities, equipment, materials, or supplies required for the performance of the Contract; or, persons/companies who -arrange or expedite transactions. Certified Business Description — Specific descriptions of work the DBE is certified to perform, as identified in the Certified Firm Directory, under the Vendor Information page. Certified Firm Directory — A database of all Minority, Women, and Disadvantaged Business Enterprises. The on-line Directory is available to Contractors for their use in identifying and soliciting interest from DBE firms. The database is located under the Firm Certification section of the Diversity Management and Compliance System web page at: https: Homwbe. diversitycompliance. com. Commercially Useful Function (CUF) — 49 CFR 26.55(c)(1) defines commercially useful function as: "A DBE performs a commercially useful function when it is responsible for execution of the work of the contract and is carrying out its responsibilities by actually performing, managing, and supervising the work involved. To perform a commercially useful function, the DBE must also be responsible, with respect to materials and supplies used on the contract, for negotiating price, determining quality and quantity, ordering the material, and installing (where applicable) and paying for the material itself. To determine whether a DBE is performing a commercially useful function, you must evaluate the amount of work subcontracted, industry practices, whether the amount the firm is to be paid under the contract is commensurate with the work it is actually performing and the DBE credit claimed for its performance of the work, and other relevant factors." Contract — For this Special Provision only, this definition supplements Section 1-01.3._49 CFR 26.5 defines contract as: "... a legally binding relationship obligating a seller to furnish supplies or services (including, but not limited to, construction and professional services) and the buyer to pay for them. For purposes of this part, a lease is considered to be a contract." Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) — A business firm certified by the Washington State Office of Minority and Women's Business Enterprises, as meeting the criteria outlined in 49 CFR 26 regarding DBE certification. Force Account Work — Work measured and paid in accordance with Section 1-09.6. Manufacturer (DBE) — A DBE firm that operates or maintains a factory or establishment that produces on the premises the materials, supplies, articles, or equipment required under the Contract. A DBE Manufacturer shall produce finished goods or products from raw or unfinished material or purchase and substantially alters goods and materials to make them suitable for construction use before reselling them. Regular Dealer (DBE) — A DBE firm that owns, operates, or maintains a store, warehouse, or other establishment in which the materials or supplies required for the performance of a Contract PROFESSIONAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - Rev. 4/2023 CITY OF .� Federal CITY HALL �� 33325 Avenue South Federall Way, WA 98003-6325 (253) 835-7000 wwwcf"ffederalway. com are bought, kept in stock, and regularly sold to the public in the usual course of business Regular Dealer, the DBE firm must be an established regular business that engages .Tobea . in as its principal business and in its own name the purchase and sale of the products in question. A Regular Dealer in such items as steel, cement, gravel, stone, and petroleum products need not own, operate or maintain a place of business if it both owns and operates distribution equipment for the products. Any supplementing of regular dealers' own distribution equipment shall be by long-term formal lease agreements and not on an ad -hoc basis. Brokers, packagers, manufacturers' representatives, or other persons who arrange or expedite transactions shall not be regarded as Regular Dealers within the meaning of this definition. DBE Goals No DBE goals have been assigned as part of this Contract. Affirmative Efforts to Solicit DBE Participation The Contractor shall not discriminate on the grounds of race, color, sex, national origin, age, or disability in the selection and retention of subcontractors, including procurement of materials and leases of equipment. DBE firms shall have an equal opportunity to complete for subcontracts in which the Contractor enters into pursuant to this Contract. Contractors are encouraged to: 1. Advertise opportunities for Subcontractors or suppliers in a timely and reasonably designed manner to provide notice of the opportunity to DBEs capable of performing the Work. All advertisements should include a Contract Provision encouraging participation by DBE firms. This may be accomplished through general advertisements (e.g. newspapers, journals, etc.) or by soliciting Bids/Proposals directly from DBEs. 2. Establish delivery schedules that encourage participation by DBEs and other small businesses. 3. Participate with a DBE as a joint venture. DBE Eligibility/Selection of DBEs for Reporting Purposes Only Contractor may take credit for DBEs utilized on this Contract only if the firm is certified for the Work being performed, and the firm performs a commercially useful function (CUF). Absent a mandatory goal, all DBE participation that is attained on this project will be considered as "race neutral p2U11cipatlUll ailu J11all be reported as sucil. Crediting DBE Participation All DBE Subcontractors shall be certified before the subcontract on which _they are participating is executed. Be advised that although a firm is listed in the directory, there are cases where the listed firm is in a temporary suspension status. The Contractor shall review the OMWBE Suspended DBE Firms list. A DBE firm that is included on this list may not enter into new contracts that count towards participation. PROFESSIONAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - Rev. 4/2023 CITY OF CITY HALL ,. Feder l Avenue South Federal Way, WA 98003-6325 � Federal e ra I Way (253) 835-7000 vvww ciryofiederaWay com DBE participation is only credited upon payment to the DBE. The following are some definitions of what may be counted as DBE participation. DBE Prime Contractor Only take credit for that portion of the total dollar value of the Contract equal to the distinct, clearly defined portion of the Work that the DBE Prime Contractor performs with its own forces and is certified to perform. DBE Subcontractor Only take credit for that portion of the total dollar value of the subcontract that is equal to the distinct, clearly defined portion of the Work that the DBE performs with its own forces. The value of work performed by the DBE includes the cost of supplies and materials purchased by the DBE and equipment leased by the DBE, for its work on the contract. Supplies, materials or equipment obtained by a DBE that are not utilized or incorporated in the contract work by the DBE will not be eligible for DBE credit. The supplies, materials, and equipment purchased or leased from the Contractor or its affiliate, including any Contractor's resources available to DBE subcontractors at no cost, shall not be credited. DBE credit will not be given in instances where the equipment lease includes the operator. The DBE is expected to operate the equipment used in the performance of its work under the contract with its own forces. Situations where equipment is leased and used by the DBE, but payment is deducted from the Contractor's payment to the DBE is not allowed. If a DBE subcontracts a portion of the Work of its contract to another firm, the value of the subcontracted Work may be credited only if the DBE's Lower -Tier Subcontractor is also a DBE. Work subcontracted to a non -DBE shall not be credited. Count expenditures toward race/gender-neutral participation only if the DBE is performing a CUF on the contract. DBE Subcontract and Lower Tier Subcontract Documents There must be a subcontract agreement that complies with 49 CFR Part 26 and fully describes the distinct elements of Work committed to be performed by the DBE. The subcontract agreement shall incorporate requirements of the primary Contract. Subcontract agreements of all tiers, including lease agreements shall be readily available at the project site for the Engineer's review. DBE Service Provider The value of fees or commissions charged by a DBE Broker, a DBE behaving in a manner of a Broker, or another service provider for providing a bona fide service, such as professional, technical, consultant, managerial services, or for providing bonds or insurance specifically required for the performance of the contract will only be credited as DBE participation, if the fee/commission is determined by the Contracting Agency to be reasonable and the firm has performed a CUF. PROFESSIONAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - Rev. 4/2023 CITY OF CITY HALL Fed eral Way 8th Avenue South Federal Way,_ WA 98003-6325 (253) 835-7000 vvmv clwffedenalwav com Temporary Traffic Control If the DBE firm is being utilized in the capacity of only "Flagging", the DBE firm must provide a Traffic Control Supervisor (TCS) and flagger, which are under the direct control of the DBE. The DBE firm shall also provide all flagging equipment (e.g. paddles, hard hats, and vests). If the DBE firm is being utilized in the capacity of "Traffic Control Services", the DBE firm must provide a TCS, flaggers, and traffic control items (e.g., cones, barrels, signs, etc.) and be in total control of all items in implementing the traffic control for the project. In addition, if the DBE firm utilizes the Contractor's equipment, such as Transportable Attenuators and Portable Changeable Message Signs (PCMS) no DBE credit can be taken for supplying and operating the items. Trucking DBE trucking firm participation may only be credited as DBE participation for the value of the hauling services, not for the materials being hauled unless the trucking firm is also certified as a supplier. In situations where the DBE's work is priced per ton, the value of the hauling service must be calculated separately from the value of the materials in order to determine DBE credit for hauling The DBE trucking firm must own and operate at least one licensed, insured and operational truck on the contract. The truck must be of the type that is necessary to perform the hauling duties required under the contract. The DBE receives credit for the value of the transportation services it provides on the Contract using trucks it owns or leases, licenses, insures, and operates with drivers it employs. The DBE may lease additional trucks from another DBE firm. The Work that a DBE trucking firm performs with trucks it leases from other certified DBE trucking firms qualify for 100% DBE credit. The trucking Work subcontracted to any non -DBE trucking firm will not receive credit for Work done on the project. The DBE may lease trucks from a non -DBE truck leasing company, but can only receive credit as DBE participation if the DBE uses its own employees as drivers. DBE credit for a truck broker is limited to the fee/commission that the DBE receives for arranging transportation services. 1r_.._1_ a_..s: ., __ .7 1, ___ i_ 1_11 L_ .7:7__ 1, 1_1, a i1__ 4 '�.. F .. A-- 11UL;& regls LldUU11 allU 1GtLJ0 agICU111e11LJ WIWI UV rea.Ully aValIdUIC M UIV, pr VjeVL s1LG lUl L110 Engineer review. DBE Manufacturer and DBE Regular Dealer One hundred percent (100%) of the cost of the manufactured product obtained from a DBE manufacturer can count as DBE participation. Sixty percent (60%) of the cost of materials or supplies purchased from a DBE Regular Dealer may be credited as DBE Participation. If the role of the DBE Regular Dealer is determined to be that of a pass -through, then no DBE credit will be given for its services. If the role of the DBE PROFESSIONAL SERVICES AGREEMENT _ Rev. 4/2023 CITY OF Federal Way CITY HALL 33325 8th Avenue South Federal Way, WA 98003-6325 (253) 835-7000 www cityofiederalway com Regular Dealer is determined to be that of a Broker, then DBE credit shall be limited to the fee or commission it receives for its services. Regular Dealer status and the amount of credit is determined on a Contract -by -Contract basis. Regular Dealer DBE firms must be approved before being used on a project. The WSDOT Approved Regular Dealer list published on WSDOT's Office of Equal Opportunity (OEO) web site must include the specific project for which approval is being requested. The Regular Dealer must submit the Regular Dealer Status Request form a minimum of five days prior to being utilized on the specific project. Purchase of materials or supplies from a DBE which is neither a manufacturer nor a regular dealer, (i.e. Broker) only the fees or commissions charged for assistance in the procurement of the materials and supplies, or fees or transportation charges for the delivery of materials or supplies required on a job site, can count as DBE participation provided the fees are not excessive as compared with fees customarily allowed for similar services. Documentation will be required to support the fee/commission charged by the DBE. The cost of the materials and supplies themselves cannot be counted toward as DBE participation. Note: Requests to be listed as a Regular Dealer will only be processed if the requesting firm is a material supplier certified by the Office of Minority and Women's Business Enterprises in a NAICS code that falls within the 42XXXX NAICS Wholesale code section. Procedures between Award and Execution After Award and prior to Execution, the Contractor shall provide the additional information described below. Failure to comply shall result in the forfeiture of the Bidder's Proposal bond or deposit. 1. A list of all firms who submitted a bid or quote in attempt to participate in this project whether they were successful or not. Include the business name and mailing address. Note: The firms identified by the Contractor may be contacted by the Contracting Agency to solicit general information as follows: age of the firm and average of its gross annual receipts over the past three -years. Procedures after Execution Commercially Useful Function (CUF) The Contractor may only take credit for the payments made for Work performed by a DBE that is determined to be performing a CUF. Payment must be commensurate with the work actually performed by the DBE. This applies to all DBEs performing Work on a project, whether or not the DBEs are COA, if the Contractor wants to receive credit for their participation. The Engineer will conduct CUF reviews to ascertain whether DBEs are performing a CUF. A DBE performs a CUF when it is carrying out its responsibilities of its contract by actually performing, managing, and supervising the Work involved. The DBE must be responsible for negotiating price; determining quality and quantity; ordering the material, installing (where applicable); and paying for the material itself. If a DBE does not perform "all" of these functions on a furnish -and -install contract, it has not performed a CUF and the cost of materials cannot be counted toward DBE COA Goal. Leasing of equipment from a leasing company is allowed. However, PROFESSIONAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - Rev. 4/2023 CITY OF CITY HALL Federal WayFeder l Avenue South Federal Way, WA 98003-6325 (253) 835-7000 a vwwCayotrederal way com leasing/purchasing equipment from the Contractor is not allowed. Lease agreements shall be readily available for review by the Engineer. In order for a DBE traffic control company to be considered to be performing a CUF, the DBE must be in control of its work inclusive of supervision. The DBE shall employ a Traffic Control Supervisor who is directly involved in the management and supervision of the traffic control employees and services. The DBE does not perform a CUF if its role is limited to that of an extra participant in a transaction, contract, or project through which the funds are passed in order to obtain the appearance of DBE participation. The following are some of the factors that the Engineer will use in determining whether a DBE trucking company is performing a CUF: • The DBE shall be responsible for the management and supervision of the entire tnicking operation for which it is responsible on the Contract. The owner demonstrates business related knowledge, shows up on site and is determined to be actively running the business. • The DBE shall with its own workforce, operate at least one fully licensed, insured, and operational truck used on the Contract. The drivers of the trucks owned and leased by the DBE must be exclusively employed by the DBE and reflected on the-DBE's payroll. • Lease agreements for trucks shall indicate that the DBE has exclusive use of and control over the truck(s). This does not preclude the leased truck from working for others provided it is with the consent of the DBE and the lease provides the DBE absolute priority for use of the leased truck. • Leased trucks shall display the name and identification number of the DBE. Joint Checking A joint check is a check between a Subcontractor and the Contractor, to the supplier of materials/supplies. The check is issued by the Contractor as payer to the Subcontractor and the material supplier jointly for items to be incorporated into the project. The DBE must release the check to the supplier, while the Contractor acts solely as the guarantor. A joint check agreement must be approved by the Engineer and requested by the DBE involved using the DBE Joint Check Request Form (form # 272-053) prior to its use. The form must accompany the DBE Joint Check Agreement between the parties involved, including the conditions of the arrangement and expected use of the joint checks. The approval to use joint checks and the use will be closely monitored by the Engineer. To receive DBE credit for performing a CUF with respect to obtaining materials and supplies, a DBE must "be responsible for negotiating price, determining quality and quantity, ordering the material, installing and paying for the material itself." The Contractor shall submit DBE Joint PROFESSIONAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - Rev. 4/2023 CITY OF CITY HALL Fe d e ra [ Way Feder 8th Avenue South Federal Way, WA 98003�6325 (253) 835-7000 w wv cityoffederalway com Check Request Form for the Engineer approval prior to using a joint check. Material costs paid by the Contractor directly to the material supplier are not allowed. If proper procedures are not followed or the Engineer determines that the arrangement results in lack of independence for the DBE involved, no DBE credit will be given for the DBE's participation as it relates to the material cost. Prompt Payment Prompt payment to all subcontractors shall be in accordance with Section 1-08.1. Prompt payment requirements apply to progress payments as well as return of retainage. Reporting The Contractor and all subcontractors/suppliers/service providers that utilize DBEs to perform work on the project, shall maintain appropriate records that will enable the Engineer to verify DBE participation throughout the life of the project. Refer to Section 1-08.1 for additional reporting requirements associated with this contract. Decertification When a DBE is "decertified" from the DBE program during the course of the Contract, the participation of that DBE shall continue to count as DBE participation as long as the subcontract with the DBE was executed prior to the decertification notice. The Contractor is obligated to substitute when a DBE does not have an executed subcontract agreement at the time of decertification. Consequences of Non -Compliance Each contract with a Contractor (and each subcontract the Contractor signs with a Subcontractor) must include the following assurance clause: The Contractor, subrecipient, or Subcontractor shall not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, or sex in the performance of this contract. The Contractor shall carry out applicable requirements of 49 CFR Part 26 in the award and administration of DOT -assisted contracts. Failure by the Contractor to carry out these requirements is a material breach of this Contract, which may result in the termination of this Contract or such other remedy as the recipient deems appropriate, which may include, but is not limited to: (1) Withholding monthly progress payments; (2) Assessing sanctions; (3) Liquidated damages; and/or (4) Disqualifying the Contractor from future bidding as non -responsible. Payment Compensation for all costs involved with complying with the conditions of this Specification and PROFESSIONAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - Rev. 4/2023 CITY OF CITY HALL Fe d e ra I Way Feder 8th Avenue South Federal Way, WA 98003-6325 (253) 835-7000 www.c+tyoffeder9hvay com any other associated DBE requirements is included in payment for the associated Contract items of Work, except otherwise provided in the Specifications. 1-07.17 Utilities and Similar Facilities (April 2, 2007 WSDOT GSP, OPTIONI) Section 1-07.17 is supplemented with the following: Locations and dimensions shown in the Plans for existing facilities are in accordance with available information obtained without uncovering, measuring, or other verification. The following addresses and telephone numbers of utility companies known or suspected of having facilities within the project limits are supplied for the Contractor's convenience. UTILITY CONTACTS Puget Sound Energy (Power) Attn: Jason Airey 3130 S 38`h St Tacoma, WA 98409 Telephone: (206) 348-9637 Puget Sound Energy (Gas) Attn: Katie Dierick Katie.Dierick@pse.com Cell: (253) 268-6331 Lakehaven Water & Sewer District Attn: Naveen Chandra, P.E. 316231" Avenue S Federal Way, WA 98063-4249 NChandra@lakehaven.org Telephone: (253) 946-5440 Cell: (206) 966-8185 Zayo Attn: Jason Tesdal 4905 Pacific Hwy E, Suite 4 File, WA 98424 Jason.Tesdal@zayo.com Telephone: (253) 221-7585 King Co. Traffic (Signals & Lighting) Attn: Mark Parrett 155 Monroe Ave NE Renton, WA 98056 Telephone: (206) 296-8153 Lumen Attn: Lara La_nt 1208 NE 64th St Seattle, WA 98115 Lara.Lant@Lumen.com Telephone: (206) 765-9885 Comcast Attn: Kyle Kinney 410 Valley Ave NW Puyallup, WA 98371 Kyle Kinney@comc.ast.com Telephone: (253) 293-3838 AT&T Attn: Steve Duppenthaler 11241 Willows Rd NE, #130 Redmond, WA 98052 Telephone: (425)286-3822 City of FW IT Dept (City Fiber) Attn: Thomas Fichtner 33325 8th Ave S Federal Way, WA 98003 Telephone: (253) 835-2547 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - Rev. 4/2023 CITY OF Federal ADDITIONAL CONTACTS King County Metro Transit 81270 6th Ave S, Bldg 2 Seattle, WA 98134 Telephone: (206) 684-2785 City of Federal Way Police 33325 8th Ave S CITY HALL ■ � ��� 33325 8th Avenue South ��Yl Federal Way. WA 98003-6325 (253) 835-7000 vwww cityoffederalway com Federal Way, WA 98003 Telephone: (253) 835-6701 (for officer traffic control scheduling) Telephone: (253) 835-6767 (for traffic / road closure issues) South King Fire & Rescue 316171 st Ave S Federal Way, WA 98003 Telephone: (253) 946-7253 Federal Way School District Attn: Transportation Department 1211 S. 332nd St Federal Way, WA 98003 Telephone: (253) 945-5960 1-07.28 Communication with Businesses and Pro a Owners (April 12, 2018 CFW GSP) Section 1-07.28 is added: The Contractor will be responsible for communicating all work activities with the property owners / tenants that are located adjacent to the project. The Contractor, along with the City's inspector & project engineer, shall have one formal meeting (door-to-door project walk-through) with the property owners/tenants prior to the start of construction. It will be the Contractor's responsibility to initiate and set up the meeting. Thereafter, the Contractor shall keep the property owners / tenants informed of their general work locations and upcoming activities by distributing a monthly status/schedule memo to the businesses. The memo shall be approved by the City's Project Engineer prior to distribution. 1-08 PRQSECUTION AND PROGRESS Add the following new section: 1-08.0 Preliminary Matters (May 25, 2006 APWA GSP) 1-08.0(1) Preconstruction Conference (October 10, 2008 APWA GSP) Prior to the Contractor beginning the work, a preconstruction conference will be held between the Contractor, the Engineer, and such other interested parties as may be invited. The purpose of the preconstruction conference will be: 1. To review the initial progress schedule; 2. To establish a working understanding among the various parties associated or affected by the work; PROFESSIONAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - Rev. 4/2023 CITY OF Federal Way CITY HALL 33325 8th Avenue South Federal Way, WA 98003-6325 (253) 835-7000 www Wyoffederalway. com 3. To establish and review procedures for progress payment, notifications, approvals, submittals, etc.; 4. To establish normal working hours for the work; 5. To review safety standards and traffic control; and 6. To discuss such other related items as may be pertinent to the work. The Contractor shall prepare and submit at the preconstruction meeting the following: 1. A breakdown of all lump sum items; 2. A preliminary schedule of working drawing submittals; and 3. A list of material sources for approval if applicable. 1-08.0(2) Hours of Work (December 8, 2014 APWA GSP) Add the following new section: Except in the case of emergency or unless otherwise approved by the Engineer, the normal working hours for the Contract shall be any consecutive 8-hour period between 7:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m. Monday through Friday, exclusive of a lunch break. If the Contractor desires different than the normal working hours stated above, the request must be submitted in writing prior to the preconstruction conference, subject to the provisions below. The working hours for the Contract shall be established at or prior to the preconstruction conference. All working hours and days are also subject to local permit and ordinance conditions (such as noise ordinances). If the Contractor wishes to deviate from the established working hours, the Contractor shall submit a written request to the Engineer for consideration. This request shall state what hours are being requested, and why. Requests shall be submitted for review no later than noon two working days prior to the day(s) the Contractor is requesting to change the hours. If the Contracting Agency approves such a deviation, such approval may be subject to certain other conditions, which will be detailed in writing. For example: 1. On non -Federal aid projects, requiring the Contractor to reimburse the Contracting Agency for the costs in excess of straight -time costs for Contracting Agency 1Gp1GJG11L'QLIVGJ W110 WU11iGU UUllllb' JUl+ll L1111eJ. 1111G I✓11�,'111GG1 111[Ly 1G1iU11G UG61g11CI.lGU representatives to be present during the work. Representatives who may be deemed necessary by the Engineer include, but are not limited to: survey crews; personnel from the Contracting Agency's material testing lab; inspectors; and other Contracting Agency employees. or third -parry consultants when, in the opinion of the Engineer; such work necessitates their presence.) 2. Considering the work performed on Saturdays, Sundays, and holidays as working days with regard to the contract time. 3. Considering multiple work shifts as multiple working days with respect to contract time PROFESSIONAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - Rev. 4/2023 CITY OF .� Federal Way CITY HALL 33325 8th Avenue South Federal Way. WA 98003-6325 (253) 835-7000 vvwwcityoffederalway coin even though the multiple shifts occur in a single 24-hour period. 4. If a 4-10 work schedule is requested and approved the non -working day for the week will be charged as a working day. 5. If Davis Bacon wage rates apply to this Contract, all requirements must be met and recorded properly on certified payroll. 1-08.1 Subcontracting (December 30, 2022 APWA GSP, OPTIONA) Section 1-08 is supplemented with the following: Prior to any subcontractor or lower tier subcontractor beginning work, the Contractor shall submit to the Engineer a certification (WSDOT Form 420-004) that a written agreement between the Contractor and the subcontractor or between the subcontractor and any lower tier subcontractor has been executed. This certification shall also guarantee that these subcontract agreements include all the documents required by the Special Provision Federal Agency Inspection. A Subcontractor or lower tier subcontractor will not be permitted to perform any work under the contract until the following documents have been completed and submitted to the Engineer: 1. Request to Sublet Work (Form 421-012), and 2. Contractor and Subcontractor or Lower Tier Subcontractor Certification for Federal -aid Projects (Form 420-004). The Contractor shall submit to the Engineer a completed Monthly Retainage Report (WSDOT Form 272- 065) within 15 calendar days after receipt of every monthly progress payment until every subcontractor and lower tier subcontractor's retainage has been released. The Contractor's records pertaining to the requirements of this Special Provision shall be open to inspection or audit by representatives of the Contracting Agency during the life of the contract and for a period of not less than three years after the date of acceptance of the contract. The Contractor shall retain these records for that period. The Contractor shall also guarantee that these records of all subcontractors and lower tier subcontractors shall be available and open to similar inspection or audit for the same time period. 1-08.3 Progress Schedule 1-08.3 1 General Requirements (October 3, 2022 WSDOT GSP, OPTION 2) Section 1-08.3(1) is supplemented with the following: In addition to information required in Items 1 through 6, the Progress Schedule shall include the following milestones and/or activities: 7. Materials requiring long procurement or fabrication periods, such as signal or light poles, structural elements, or mechanical items. 1-08.3 Z A Type A Progress Schedule (December 30, 2022 APWA GSP) PROFESSIONAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - Rev. 4/2023 cIrr OF Federal Revise this section to read: CITY HALL Way 33325 8th Avenue South Federal Way, WA 98003-6325 (253) 835-7000 www.crryoffederafway com The Contractor shall submit 2 copies of a Type A Progress Schedule no later than at the preconstruction conference, or some other mutually agreed upon submittal time. The schedule may be a critical path method (CPM) schedule, bar chart, or other standard schedule format. Regardless of which format used, the schedule shall identify the critical path. The Engineer will evaluate the Type A Progress Schedule and approve or return the schedule for corrections within 15 calendar days of receiving the submittal. 1-08.4 Prosecution of Work Delete this section and replace it with the following: 1-08.4 Notice to Proceed and Prosecution of Work (July 23, 2015 APWA GSP) Notice to Proceed will be given after the contract has been executed and the contract bond and evidence of insurance have been approved and filed by the Contracting Agency. The Contractor shall not commence with the work until the Notice to Proceed has been given by the Engineer. The Contractor shall commence construction activities on the project site within ten days of the Notice to Proceed Date, unless otherwise approved in writing. The Contractor shall diligently pursue the work to the physical completion date within the time specified in the contract. Voluntary shutdown or slowing of operations by the Contractor shall not relieve the Contractor of the responsibility to complete the work within the time(s) specified in the contract. When shown in the Plans, the first order of work shall be the installation of high visibility fencing to delineate all areas for protection or restoration, as described in the Contract. Installation of high visibility fencing adjacent to the roadway shall occur after the placement of all necessary signs and traffic control devices in accordance with 1-10.1(2). Upon construction of the fencing, the Contractor shall request the Engineer to inspect the fence. No other work shall be performed on the site until the Contracting Agency has accepted the installation of high visibility fencing, as described in the Contract. (December 1, 2021 CFW GSP) Section 1-08.4 is supplemented with the following. The Contractor shall provide adequate equipment and forces to carry out the construction schedule to completion of the contract by the date specified. 1-08.5 Time for Completion. (December 30, 2022APWA GSP, OPTIONA) Revise the third and fourth paragraphs to read: n +---++; �. > 1..,11 b +1..e firms+ king day � 11.... ing the TATob ,e to Dr...o0 1 Tl +v %- 11ua�L, L1111%, Silaii LA rlii vii uiV. 1113L Jdvrnuar, uay 1VIIV VVII16 Lii�. ivvuw w i ivvwu Law. Each working day shall be charged to the contract as it occurs, until the contract work is physically complete. If substantial completion has been granted and all the authorized working days have been used, charging of working days will cease. Each week the Engineer will provide the Contractor a statement that shows the number of working days: (1) charged to the contract the week before; (2) specified for the physical completion of the contract; and (3) remaining for the physical completion of the contract. The statement will also show the nonworking days and any partial or whole day the Engineer declares as unworkable. The statement will be identified as a Written Determination by the Engineer. If the Contractor does not agree with the Written Determination of working days, the Contractor shall PROFESSIONAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - Rev. 4/2023 CITY OF CITY HALL Fe d e ra [ Way Feder Avenue South Federal Way, WA 98003-6325 (253) 835-7000 VVMVciryoff-dwahvay!com pursue the protest procedures in accordance with Section 1-04.5. By failing to follow the procedures of Section 1-04.5, the Contractor shall be deemed as having accepted the statement as correct. If the Contractor is approved to work 10 hours a day and 4 days a week (a 4-10 schedule) and the fifth day of the week in which a 4-10 shift is worked would ordinarily be charged as a working day then the fifth day of that week will be charged as a working day whether or not the Contractor works on that day. Revise the sixth paragraph to read: The Engineer will give the Contractor written notice of the completion date of the contract after all the Contractor's obligations under the contract have been performed by the Contractor. The following events must occur before the Completion Date can be established: 1. The physical work on the project must be complete; and 2. The Contractor must furnish all documentation required by the contract and required by law, to allow the Contracting Agency to process final acceptance of the contract. The following documents must be received by the Project Engineer prior to establishing a completion date: a. Certified Payrolls (per Section 1-07.9(5)). b. Material Acceptance Certification Documents c. Monthly Reports of Amounts Credited as DBE Participation, as required by the Contract Provisions. d. Final Contract Voucher Certification e. Copies of the approved "Affidavit of Prevailing Wages Paid" for the Contractor and all Subcontractors f. A copy of the Notice of Termination sent to the Washington State Department of Ecology (Ecology); the elapse of 30 calendar days from the date of receipt of the Notice of Termination by Ecology; and no rejection of the Notice of Termination by Ecology. This requirement will not apply if the Construction Stormwater General Permit is transferred back to the Contracting Agency in accordance with Section 8-01.3(16). g. Property owner releases per Section 1-07.24 1-08.9 Liquidated Damages (March 3, 2021 APWA GSP, Option B) Revise the second and third paragraphs to read: Accordingly, the Contractor agrees: To pay (according to the following formula) liquidated damages for each working day beyond the number of working days established for Physical Completion, and 2. To authorize the Engineer to deduct these liquidated damages from any money due or coming due to the Contractor. Liquidated Damages Formula PROFESSIONAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - Rev. 4/2023 CITY OF CITY HALL Fe d e ra l Way 33325 8w Avenue South Federal Way, WA 98003-6325 (253) 835-7000 www cityoffederalway. com LD=0.15C/T Where: LD = liquidated damages per working day (rounded to the nearest dollar) C = original Contract amount T = original time for Physical Completion When the Contract Work has progressed to Substantial Completion as defined in the Contract, the Engineer may determine the Contract Work is Substantially Complete. The Engineer will notify the Contractor in writing of the Substantial Completion Date. For overruns in Contract time occurring after the date so established, the formula for liquidated damages shown above will not apply. For overruns in Contract time occurring after the Substantial Completion Date, liquidated damages shall be assessed on the basis of direct engineering and related costs assignable to the project until the actual Physical Completion Date of all the Contract Work. The Contractor shall complete the remaining Work as promptly as possible. Upon request by the Project Engineer, the Contractor shall furnish a written schedule for completing the physical Work on the Contract. 1-09 MEASUREMENT AND PAYMENT 1-09.6 Force Account (December 30, 2022 APWA GSP) Supplement this section with the following: The Contracting Agency has estimated and included in the Proposal, dollar amounts for all items to be paid per force account, only to provide a common proposal for Bidders. All such dollar amounts are to become a part of Contractor's total bid. However, the Contracting Agency does not warrant expressly or by implication, that the actual amount of work will correspond with those estimates. Payment will be made on the basis of the amount of work actually authorized by the Engineer. 1-09.7 Mobilization (March 22, 2023 CFW GSP) Supplement Section 1-09.7 with the following: Obtaining a site for the Contractor's mobilization, field office(s), storage of materials, access and nercnnnel nnrlkina cnar.Pc and nth Pr oPnaral nnPrntinn-- --hall hp the rP--nnn--ihilitcr of tha (`nntrartnr Tlha Contactor will be responsible for maintaining these spaces in a safe and orderly condition throughout the duration of the project. The Contractor shall provide the City with a copy of agreement(s) with property . owner. All costs associated with securing sites shall be included in the other bid items on the project and no other compensation will be made. 1-09.9 Pa meats (December 30, 2022 APWA GSP) Section 1-09.9 is revised to read: The basis of payment will be the actual quantities of Work performed according to the Contract and as PROFESSIONAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - Rev. 4/2023 CITY OF CITY HALL Federal Way Feder Avenue South Federal Way, WA 98003-6325 (253) 835-7000 ewvw cityoffederalway corn specified for payment. The Contractor shall submit a breakdown of the cost of lump sum bid items at the Preconstruction Conference, to enable the Project Engineer to determine the Work performed on a monthly basis. A breakdown is not required for lump sum items that include a basis for incremental payments as part of the respective Specification. Absent a lump sum breakdown, the Project Engineer will make a determination based on information available. The Project Engineer's determination of the cost of work shall be final. Progress payments for completed work and material on hand will be based upon progress estimates prepared by the Engineer. A progress estimate cutoff date will be established at the preconstruction conference. The initial progress estimate will be made not later than 30 days after the Contractor commences the work, and successive progress estimates will be made every month thereafter until the Completion Date. Progress estimates made during progress of the work are tentative, and made only for the purpose of determining progress payments. The progress estimates are subject to change at any time prior to the calculation of the final payment. The value of the progress estimate will be the sum of the following: 1. Unit Price Items in the Bid Form — the approximate quantity of acceptable units of work completed multiplied by the unit price. 2. Lump Sum Items in the Bid Form — based on the approved Contractor's lump sum breakdown for that item, or absent such a breakdown, based on the Engineer's determination. 3. Materials on Hand — 100 percent of invoiced cost of material delivered to Job site or other storage area approved by the Engineer. 4. Change Orders — entitlement for approved extra cost or completed extra work as determined by the Engineer. Progress payments will be made in accordance with the progress estimate less: 1. Retainage per Section 1-09.9(1), on non FHWA-funded projects; 2. The amount of progress payments previously made; and 3. Funds withheld by the Contracting Agency for disbursement in accordance with the Contract Documents. Progress payments for work performed shall not be evidence of acceptable performance or an admission by the Contracting Agency that any work has been satisfactorily completed. The determination of payments under the contract will be final in accordance with Section 1-05.1. Failure to perform obligations under the Contract by the Contractor may be decreed by the Contracting Agency to be adequate reason for withholding any payments until compliance is achieved. Upon completion of all Work and after final inspection (Section 1-05.11), the amount due the Contractor PROFESSIONAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - Rev. 4/2023 CITY OF CITY HALL '1A Fe d ra WayFeder l Avenue South Federal Way, WA 98003-6325 (253) 835-7000 m wv a1yoflederalway. com under the Contract will be paid based upon the final estimate made by the Engineer and presentation of a Final Contract Voucher Certification to be signed by the Contractor. The Contractor's signature on such voucher shall be deemed a release of all claims of the Contractor unless a Certified Claim is filed in accordance with the requirements of Section 1-09.11 and is expressly excepted from the Contractor's certification on the Final Contract Voucher Certification. The date the Contracting Agency signs the Final Contract Voucher Certification constitutes the final acceptance date (Section 1-05.12). If the Contractor fails, refuses, or is unable to sign and return the Final Contract Voucher Certification or any other documentation required for completion and final acceptance of the Contract, the Contracting Agency reserves the right to establish a Completion Date (for the purpose of meeting the requirements of RCW 60.28) and unilaterally accept the Contract. Unilateral final acceptance will occur only after the Contractor has been provided the opportunity, by written request from the Engineer, to voluntarily submit such documents. If voluntary compliance is not achieved, formal notification of the impending establishment of a Completion Date and unilateral final acceptance will be provided by email with delivery confirmation from the Contracting Agency to the Contractor, which will provide 30 calendar days for the Contractor to submit the necessary documents. The 30 calendar day period will begin on the date the email with delivery confirmation is received by the Contractor. The date the Contracting Agency unilaterally signs the Final Contract Voucher Certification shall constitute the Completion Date and the final acceptance date (Section 1-05.12). The reservation by the Contracting Agency to unilaterally accept the Contract will apply to Contracts that are Physically Completed in accordance with Section 1-08.5, or for Contracts that are terminated in accordance with Section 1-08.10. Unilateral final acceptance of the Contract by the Contracting Agency does not in any way relieve the Contractor of their responsibility to comply with all Federal, State, tribal, or local laws, ordinances, and regulations that affect the Work under the Contract. Payment to the Contractor of partial estimates, final estimates, and retained percentages shall be subject to controlling laws. 1-09.11(3) Time Limitation and Jurisdiction (December 30, 2022 APWA GSP) Revise this section to read: For the convenience of the parties to the Contract it is mutually agreed by the parties that all claims or causes of action which the Contractor has against the Contracting Agency arising from the Contract shall be brought within 180 calendar days from the date of final acceptance (Section 1-05.12) of the Contract by the Contracting Agency; and it is further agreed that all such claims or causes of action shall be brought only in the Superior Court of the county where the Contracting regency 1leauliUalG lG1J is 1VVQIu, prvvilLlilL LuaL Wlllllli ail aV11V11 13 aaO%,LLVU 0.gaiilSL a iviiilLy, 1tV VV 36.01.050 shall control venue and jurisdiction. The parties understand and agree that the Contractor's failure to bring suit within the time period provided, shall be a complete bar to all such claims or causes of action. It is further mutually agreed by the parties that when claims or causes of action which the Contractor asserts against the Contracting Agency arising from the Contract are filed with the Contracting Agency or initiated in court, the Contractor shall permit the Contracting Agency to have timely access to all records deemed necessary by the Contracting Agency to assist in evaluating the claims or action. PROFESSIONAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - Rev. 4/2023 CITY of CITY HALL 33325 8th Avenue South A Federal Way Federal Way, WA 98003-6325 (253) 835-7000 wwwc#ya►federal way com 1-09.13 Claim Resolution 1-09.13(3)A Arbitration General (January 19, 2022APWA GSP) Revise the third paragraph to read: The Contracting Agency and the Contractor mutually agree to be bound by the decision of the arbitrator, and judgment upon the award rendered by the arbitrator may be entered in the Superior Court of the county in which the Contracting Agency's headquarters is located, provided that where claims subject to arbitration are asserted against a county, RCW 36.01.050 shall control venue and jurisdiction of the Superior Court. The decision of the arbitrator and the specific basis for the decision shall be in writing. The arbitrator shall use the Contract as a basis for decisions. 1-09.13(4) Venue for Litization (December 30, 2022 APWA GSP) Revise this section to read: Litigation shall be brought in the Superior Court of the county in which the Contracting Agency's headquarters is located, provided that where claims are asserted against a county, RCW 36.01.050 shall control venue and jurisdiction of the Superior Court. It is mutually agreed by the parties that when litigation occurs, the Contractor shall permit the Contracting Agency to have timely access to all records deemed necessary by the Contracting Agency to assist in evaluating the claims or action. END OF DIVISION 1 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - Rev. 4/2023 CITY OF Federal Way DIVISION 6 STRUCTURES -02 CONCREXE STRIICTURES 6-02.3 Construction Requirements CITY HALL 33325 8th Avenue South Federal Way, WA 98003-6325 (253) 835-7000 wvwv66vffederahvay. com 6-02.3(2)A Contractor Mix Design (December 16, 2022 CFW GSP) The first sentence of the first paragraph of Section 6-02.3(2)A is deleted and replaced with the following: The Contractor shall provide a mix design in writing to the Engineer for all classes of concrete. 6-02.3(2)B Commercial Concrete (December 16, 2022 CFW GSP) The last sentence of the first paragraph of Section 6-02.3(2)B is deleted and replaced with the following: Commercial concrete requires mix design and source approvals for cement, aggregate, and other admixtures. Section 6-02.3(2)B is supplemented with the following: The concrete class requirements in paragraph one and two are applicable for Type I/II Portland cement. See Section 9.01.2(1)B for requirements for Type 1L cement. END OF DIVISION 6 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - Rev. 4/2023 CITY OF CITY HALL ��. Fe d e ra ! Way Feder 8th Avenue South Federal Way, WA 9803-6325 (253) 835-7000 www.cryaffedera1m)y com EXHIBIT H REQUEST FOR STATEMENT OF QUALIFICATIONS PROFESSIONAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - Rev. 4/2023 I. II. CITY OF FEDERAL WAY REQUEST FOR STATEMENT OF QUALIFICATIONS ARCHITECTURAL AND ENGINEERING DESIGN SERVICES PURPOSE OF REQUEST The City of Federal Way ("City") is soliciting statements of qualifications and performance data from architects and engineers in connection with performing services for the City pursuant to Chapter 39.80 RCW. The City's needs are outlined in the following Request for Statements ("Request"). TIME SCHEDULE The City will follow the following timetable: Issue Request for Statements September 22, 2023 Mandatory Site Visit October 5,2023,10:00am Deadline for Submittal of Responses to Request October18,2023,3:00pm Interview Firms(s) October 24, 2023 Issue Notice of Intent to Award November 6, 2023 III. INSTRUCTIONS TO PROPOSERS A. All Responses to Request for Statements shall be emailed to: Autumn Gressett, Contract Administrator City of Federal Way autumn.gressett@cityoffederalway.com B. All e-mailed proposals must be clearly labeled in the subject line with "Statement of Qualification for Federal Way Community Center Locker Room Renovations." All hard copy proposals must include three (3) copies of your Statement of Qualifications ("SOQ") in a sealed envelope and clearly labeled in the lower left corner "Statement of Qualification for Federal Way Community Center Locker Room Renovations." No faxed or telephone statements will be accepted. The maximum file size that can be accepted via email is 10.0 MB. C. All SOQs must be received by 3: 00 pm on October 18, 2023, at which time they will be opened. -1- Rev. 6/23 D. SOQs should be prepared simply and economically, providing a straight forward, concise description of provider capabilities to satisfy the requirements ofthe request. Special bindings, colored displays, promotional materials, etc. are not desired. Emphasis should be on completeness and clarity of content. Use of recycled paper for requests and any printed or photocopied material created pursuant to a contract with the City is desirable whenever practicable. Use of both sides of paper sheets for any submittals to the City is desirable whenever practicable. E. Autumn Gressett, Contract Administrator, or representative will notify the firm selected by November 6, 2023. Any questions concerning the City's specifications or Request process shall be directed to Autumn Gressett, Contract Administrator via e-mail at autumn.gressett@cityoffederalway.com no later than one (1) week prior to the submittal deadline. F. All SOQs must include the following information: 1. Firm Overview o Name o Address o Phone Number o Website o Contact Person o Contact E-mail o Brief History of the firm including length of time firm has been in business as presently organized 2. Experience o Provide a minimum of three projects similar to this or that address similar issues; include Project name, Owner Name, Square Footage o List previous experience working with WSDOT Standard Specifications o Provide a comprehensive list of Community Center projects your firm has designed, including square footage, estimated cost and actual cost o Provide a list of public projects your firm has designed, including estimated completion date, actual completion date, estimated cost and actual cost 3. Personnel o Names of individuals from the firm who will be working on the project and their areas of responsibility. o Specific Experience of individuals relative to the proposed project, including any licenses and certifications held by those individuals. - 2 - Rev. 6/23 4. The firm's general approach to the project. 5. Completion Date o Proposed outline of tasks and products, including the number of hours required to complete each task or product o Proposed project schedule based upon desired timeline referenced in Scope of Services o Describe your past performance relative to achieving cost and schedule goals 6. References o Provide three recent references, preferably from public projects IV. SELECTION CRITERIA The following factors will be used to evaluate your SOQ and determine whether your firm will be selected to commence negotiations with the City regarding any contract: Factor Weight Given 1. Responsiveness of the SOQ to the 15 points maximum purpose and scope of services. a. Attended pre -proposal site visit 5 points maximum b. Ability to meet desired timeline 5 points maximum C. Submittal meets all criteria 5 points maximum 2. Ability and history of successfully completing 65 points maximum contracts of this type, meeting projected deadlines, experience in similar work. d. Experience with Project Planning 5 points maximum e. Project Design Concepts 5 points maximum f. Knowledge and Experience with King 5 points maximum County and Federal Requirements 5 points maximum g. Experience with Financial Management 5 points maximum h. Experience with Contract Management 5 points maximum i. Experience with Competitive Bid Process 5 points maximum j. Experience with Construction 5 points maximum Management and Observation k. Experience with Project Closeout 5 points maximum 1. Ability to meet Schedules and Deadlines 5 points maximum M. Control of Costs 5 points maximum - 3 - Rev. 6/23 V n. Past experience within Community Centers o. Past Experience with Public Committees 3. References, key personnel. a. Staff to be assigned b. Staff experience C. Three References provided d. References are from public projects Total Criteria Weight 5 points maximum 5 points maximum 20 points maximum 5 points maximum 5 points maximum 5 points maximum 5 points maximum 100 points maximum Each SOQ will be independently evaluated on factors 1 through 3. TERMS AND CONDITIONS A. The City reserves the right to reject any and all SOQs, and to waive minor irregularities in any SOQ. B. The City reserves the right to request clarification of information submitted, and to request additional information from any contractor. C. The City reserves the right to award any contract to the next most qualified contractor, if the successful contractor does not execute a contract within thirty (30) days after the selection of the contractor. D. Any SOQ may be withdrawn up until the date and time set above for opening of the SOQ's. Any SOQ not so timely withdrawn shall constitute an irrevocable offer, for a period of ninety (90) days to provide to the City the services described in the attached specifications, or until one or more of the SOQ's have been approved by the City administration, whichever occurs first. E. The contract resulting from acceptance of a SOQ by the City shall be in a form supplied or approved by the City, and shall reflect the specifications in this Request. A copy of the contract is available for review, and shall include requirements to comply with ADA, Civil Rights Act, and EEO requirements. The City reserves the right to reject any proposed agreement or contract that does not conform to the specifications contained in this Request, and which is not approved by the City Attorney's office. F. The City shall not be responsible for any costs incurred by the firm in preparing, Submitting, or presenting its response to the Request. - 4 - Rev. 6/23 G. The City, in accordance with Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, 78 Stat. 252, 42 U.S.C. 2000d to 2000d-4 and Title 49, Code of Federal Regulations, Department of Transportation, Subtitle A, Office of the Secretary, Part 21, Nondiscrimination in Federally -Assisted Programs of the Department of Transportation issued pursuant to such Act, hereby notifies all bidders that it will affirmatively ensure that in any contract entered into pursuant to this advertisement, disadvantaged business enterprises as defined at 49 CFR Part 26 will be afforded full opportunity to submit bids in response to this invitation and will not be discriminated against on the grounds of race, color, national origin, or sex in consideration for an award. H. The City, in accordance with Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act (Section 504) and the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), commits to nondiscrimination on the basis of disability, in all of its programs and activities. This material can be made available in an alternate format by emailing autumn.gressett@cityoffederalway.com or by calling 253-835-6914. VI. SCOPE OF SERVICES The City has a need for a multidisciplined team of architectural, mechanical, and electrical consultants to provide interior space improvements to the Federal Way Community Center (FWCC) locker and shower rooms (both men's and women's), family cabanas, wet sauna, dry sauna and related spaces. The areas mentioned are showing signs of significant deterioration, evidenced by failure of ceramic wall tiles, gypsum wall board, and painted surfaces due to continuously moist, wet conditions in those spaces. Metal studs are becoming corroded, and wall insulation is wet and/or showing signs of being wet. In a recent conditions assessment report provided to the City Council (see Attachment A) it was recommended that a redesign and renovation of architectural, mechanical, and electrical systems and finishes associated with these areas be performed to correct the deficiencies and ensure longevity ofthe safe, enjoyable use of these well -used facilities. Desired Timeline: 1. 30% Complete — January 2024 2. 85% Complete — February 2024 3. 100% Complete —March 2024 4. Approved Permits Issued — June 2024 Design services include, but are not necessarily limited to: 1. Provide concept drawings, design development documents, permit set, and bid documents (plans and specifications). The City adopts the most current version of the WSDOT Standard Specifications and Amendments modified by the City's Special Provisions. 2. Coordinate work with the City and all jurisdictional authorities for review and issuance of all required permits. - 5 - Rev. 6/23 3. Review of existing conditions from continuous use and deterioration of some finishes, fixtures, and equipment from water and moisture damage over time. The interior finishes, fixtures, equipment, and mechanical and electrical systems shall be designed to resist damage due to damp operating environment. 4. Design shall include selective demolition of interior finishes and replacement with new, water-resistant finishes, fixtures; and equipment. 5. The Design Team shall consider salvaging all systems that have useful design life, such as ACT and hard lid ceilings, ceramic tile flooring, mechanical and electrical systems, lockers and plumbing fixtures for reuse. 6. Design shall take existing HVAC system into consideration when making recommendations to improve ventilation and exhaust and reduce buildup of humidity and damp environment. 7. Design shall consider phased construction to allow sequencing of work to keep showers and locker use available for public use. 8. Provide construction bid support, provide clarifications to contractors for plan and specification questions that arise during bidding, and prepare addendums. 9. Provide construction assistance; review and respond to design questions and submittals from the contractor, and prepare record drawings. Attend preconstruction conference. 1 O.Consultant to coordinate and develop materials (such as storyboards) for public open houses (anticipate two open houses). All consultants proposing on this project shall attend a mandatory pre -proposal site visit at the Federal Way Community Center on October 5, 2023, at 10:00am prior to submitting statement of qualifications. Design teams proposing services shall agree to contract with the City of Federal Way utilizing the City's contract and terms identified therein. VII. COMPENSATION A. Upon selection of the most qualified firm on the basis of demonstrated competence and qualifications for the type of professional services required, the City will negotiate a price which it determines is fair and reasonable. If the City is unable to negotiate a satisfactory contract with the firm selected, negotiations with that firm will terminate and the City may select another firm. B. Payment by the City for the services will only be made after the services have been performed, an itemized billing statement is submitted in the form specified by the City and approved by the appropriate City representative, which shall specifically set forth the services performed, the name of the person performing such services, and the hourly labor charge rate for such person. Payment shall be made on a monthly basis, thirty (30) days after receipt of such billing statement. C. - 6 - Rev. 6/23 VIII. PUBLICATION This Request shall be published as follows: Name of Publication: Dates: MRSC _9/22/2023 Federal Way Mirror 9/22/2023 - 7 - Rev. 6/23 ATTACHMENT A Page intentionally left blank - 8 - Rev. 6/23 J .5 ROCK April 24, 2023 Autumn Gressett City of Federal Way 31510 Pete von Reichbauer Way S. Federal Way WA, 98033 Re: Community Center Locker Rooms, Showers, and Cabana Space Improvements Project Dear Autumn, 1601 E Valley Rd, Suite 110 Renton, WA 98057 T 425.572.6878 www.rockpmservices.com Thank you for the opportunity to review Federal Way Community Center's (FWCC) locker.rooms, showers, cabanas and related spaces over the past two weeks. Based on our review, we have prepared the following information for your use: 1. Summary of Key Findings 2. Options for Corrective Work, with Recommendation of a Preferred Option 3. Scope of Work Suggestions for Project Implementation Consideration 4. Existing Conditions Assessment and Photographic Record Under separate cover, we will send you the complete detailed assessment checklist and photographic record. If you have any further questions regarding the information we have provided, I would be pleased to meet with you, other City staff, or City leadership to discuss the project further, our recommendations, and the importance for corrective work. Please know this was a limited study, and it is our recommendation that a design team be hired to provide additional assessments as design solutions are being considered. It is also our recommendation that the City utilize a project management/construction management team to oversee the design and construction phase of this project, due to the complexities of phasing construction work in an active, operating facility, which will require substantial coodination. Sincerely, ROCK PROJECT MANAGEMENT SERVICES, L.L.C. 4 &44) tZ 1/6111 'Ut� Bernie O'Donnell President ROCK PROJECT MANAGEMENT SERVICES, L.L.C. Page 1 KEY FINDINGS Federal Way Community Center Background. The City of Federal Way Community Center facility located at 876 S. 33`d Street, opened in 2008, 15 years ago. The facility promotes enrichment, fitness, and athletic and educational opportunities that are invitingto all ages, abilities, and cultures. Open Monday — Friday from 5:30 am to 9:30 pm and open until 6 pm on weekends, the facility endures almost continuous use. A centralized area for men's lockers and showers, women's lockers and showers, and family cabanas, a steam room, and a sauna are available for facility users, and sees substantial use during all operating hours. The locker rooms and shower areas are showing complete deterioration of ceramic wall tiles, and gypsum wall board (GWB, aka sheetrock) and painted surfaces are showing signs of failure due to the continuously moist, wet conditions in those spaces. FWCC — Main Floor i'iwi FWCC — Enlarged Floor Plan of Men's, Women's Locker Rooms and Showers The City contacted Rock Project Management Services, L.L.C. (RPM) for assistance in assessing the existing conditions, providing recommendations, and defining a project scope of work for corrective work. The following is our assessment of the conditions, key findings, options for corrected work, and our recommendation of the most prudent scope of work to correct the deficiencies. Page 2 Summary of Existing Conditions Assessment and Key Findings. Overall, the locker rooms, showers, cabanas, and associated spaces are in poor condition with some areas in very poor condition. The spaces need prompt corrective work to ensure safe, healthy spaces for public use. Specific areas of deficiencies and concerns are as follows: 1. The wet environment is causing delamination of ceramic tiled walls and flooring from the backup wall GWB, and rusting of metal wall framing, metal fixtures, and grilles, registers, and diffusers. GWB and metal wall framing is damaged from a water -soaked condition, causing the GWB to expand, surface paper to delaminate from the gypsum rock, gypsum rock to become soft, and the metal studs are rusting from the ground bottom track upwards 1-3 feet above the floor. 2. We have observed that the mechanical system does not appear to be designed properly to adequately exhaust moisture from the spaces. The supply and exhaust systems are hard ducted (no shared return air plenums) but the supply diffusers and exhaust grilles are not adequate to supply fresh air and remove damp air. Several areas have no supply or exhaust, and several common areas have supply diffusers but few exhaust grilles. All exhaust grilles and exhaust ducting appear to be undersized. This may be a cause for inadequate air exchanges in the spaces which creates a constant humid air buildup compounded due to operations of the steam room, sauna, showers, and adjoining swim areas. 3. The ceilings are in good shape. The ceiling tile is a wet -environment type acoustic ceiling tile compatible for the conditions. Space above the ceilings is clean and dry, and shows little sign of rusting conduits or piping. 4. Between the back plumbing walls of the cabanas, and the back walls of the showers and restrooms are utility "utilidor" chases, accessible through large access panels. These utilidors show clear evidence of water infiltrating through ceramic file and grout lines, into the backup GWB wall assembly, and ponding at the base of the walls allowing rust and delamination of materials to occur. This is most notable from the ground bottom metal framing tracks up to about a 3' level above the floor. 5. Ceiling and wall mounted grilles, registers, diffusers, access panels and other non -stainless steel or aluminum fixtures show signs of rust. Maintenance crews paint the rusting fixtures regularly but does not eliminate the problem of rusting metals in the consistently moist environment. 6. Concrete Masonry Unit (CMU) walls along the corridors between the cabanas and the men's and women's locker rooms are structurally solid and show no signs of decay. However, these CMU walls show efflorescence (white salts) from a damp CMU interior core, and painted CMU conditions show delamination or bubbling of the paint due to moisture escaping from the interior of the CMU walls. A building systems checklist is attached with details of our assessments of existing conditions beginning on Page 8 and includes a photographic record of areas of concern. Page 3 OPTIONS FOR CORRECTIVE WORK Option No. 1— Do Nothing. As a baseline, this is always an option for public owners that may lack capital funds improve existing conditions, or lack general funds to make maintenance repairs to prolong the life of existing building systems and finishes. It is our opinion based on physical examination of existing conditions, a do-nothing option creates an unacceptable safety and health concern to the general public using these spaces. It is also our opinion that these conditions will continue to worsen if not addressed soon, creating further damage to building systems and finishes; with increased costs, and worsening safety and health conditions. Option No. 2 — Interim Solution. If the City lacks funding to completely renovate the locker rooms and cabana areas, and correct the apparent mechanical system design/functions, an interim solution could afford 2-3 years of additional time before major repairs and complete demolition and reconstruction is necessary. The bulk of damage to ceramic tile walls and backup GWB, and metal studs are at the lower 3 feet of all walls. Removal of ceramic tile, back-up GWB and selective removal of rusted metal wall framing and replacing with new building materials would address immediate safety and health concerns with the delaminating ceramic tiles, water soaked GWB, and rusting metal framing. Grilles, registers, and diffusers could be sanded down to remove rust, and repainted (as maintenance crews have reported has been done in the past), and the existing mechanical exhaust system could be upgraded or controlled for constant, higher volume exhaust. The cost of the work is estimated to be in the $350,000 to $450,000 amount for construction. Replacing in -kind likely would not require a building permit, and operations shutdown would be necessary only for specific areas being corrected. We estimate this option could be completed within a four -month timeframe. This is not a preferred solution because it does not solve the long-term problem of the damp environment and the remaining existing building systems and finishes that will continue to slowly decay. There are likely areas that are decaying due to water saturation but have not shown in the delamination of ceramic tiles or other finishes, yet, but will over time. Option No. 3 — Recommended Solution. It is our recommendation that all areas be reconstructed with new water-resistant materials, and the mechanical supply and exhaust system be upgraded. All locker room areas, shower stalls, adjoining restroom areas, all cabanas, the sauna, and steam room, and all adjoining common areas and corridors be reconstructed by removing all interior walls, ceilings, and floor finishes to expose existing metal stud walls, ceiling supports, and floor underlayment. Any signs of rusting metal stud wall framing should be replaced with new metal stud framing. Work above the ceilings does not appear necessary due to water damage however the layout of supply registers, and exhaust grilles need to be designed and likely increased, and lighting should be upgraded, necessitating ceiling replacement. Our preliminary assessment is the existing exhaust fans and air handling units are sufficiently sized to accommodate added supply and exhaust ports to allow additional ventilation and exhaust of the spaces, but this will need to be confirmed by a mechanical design engineer. We anticipate the amount of selective demolition will be substantial based on observations of "behind the wall' conditions of rusted stud wall framing and support structures, saturated insulation, and delaminated gypsum wall board assemblies. Salvaging wall -mounted and ceiling -mounted equipment and components for re -use is not suggested, due to the high likelihood of damage during demolition work, storage, and reinstallation, however this can be a bid alternate for contractors to price in lieu of new. Page 4 This preferred solution would require a phased approach to upgrade the women's locker rooms, restrooms, and showers first, then the men's locker rooms, restrooms and showers second, and as a last phase, the cabanas and common corridor spaces would be upgraded. The cabanas would serve as the interim space for use by women in phase one, and by men in phase two. The cabanas would be shut down during phase three. The rough order of magnitude costs for Option 3 is $1,700,000 and likely will take fourteen months to design and construct due to phasing requirements necessary to keep the facility operations active. Below is a preliminary project schedule and summary -level budget estimate. City of Federal Way -Community Center Locker Rooms Upgrades Project Summary Level Schedule ect Phases Authorization to Proceed with Project Procurement for Design Services gn Phase, Permitting Phase Authorization to Advertise, Bid, Award Yruction - Phase One - Women's Areas itrvction - Phase Two - Men's Areas A action - Phase Three - Cabanas ,traction - Mechanical Upgrades Summary Level Budget Project Management Services $ 85,000 Design and Permitting Services $ 160,000 Construction, Phase 1- Women's $ 400,000 Construction, Phase 2- Menrs $ 400,000 Construction, Phase 3, Cabanas $ 350,000 Construction, Much. Upgrades $ 120,000 Project Contingency $ 185,000 Project Estimate: 51,700,000 Page 5 SCOPE OF WORK SUGGESTIONS Suggested Scope of Work based on Option No. 3 — Recommended Solution: General Project Scope of Work: The Project shall consist of design and reconstruction of interior finishes, fixtures, furnishings, and equipment of the Federal Way Community Center Locker Rooms, Showers, Cabanas, and associated areas. Some revisions to the HVAC system are likely necessary to decrease humidity and increase fresh air and ventilation. The General Project Scope of Work includes, but may not be limited to the following: 1. Selective demolition of all ceramic file flooring, walls, and ceilings, GWB backup walls, and any metal stud walls or ceiling support framing that shows signs of decay or rust. Replace with new, improved materials suitable for a wet indoor environment of the showers, locker rooms, and restrooms. Flooring material shall be slip resistant for a wet environment. 2. Replace all plumbing fixtures with water -efficient fixtures, compliant with ADA and Energy Code. 3. Replace all lighting with LED lighting fixtures compatible with damp interior environments. 4. Replace rusting access panels, mechanical grilles, registers, diffusers and other metal finishes with signs of rust or deterioration, and replace with stainless steel or aluminum, water resilient products. 5. Review and replace with improved exhaust and ventilation system after review of existing design function. 6. Replace all lockers and benches, toilet partitions, accessories, and vanity countertops with new. 7. All areas shall be ADA compliant and meet all jurisdictional requirements. The work will be completed in phases, to allow use of lockers and showers for all facility users. Preliminary phasing is anticipated as: Phase 1— Women's restrooms, showers, lockers shut down to reconstruct. Women will use the Cabanas during this phase. Phase 2 — Men's restrooms, showers, and lockers will be shut down to reconstruct. Men will use the Cabanas during this phase. Phase 3 — Once both Phases 1 and 2 are complete, the Cabanas and other associated spaces will be reconstructed. Design Scope of Work — For issuance of an RFQ and Inclusion into a Professional Services Agreement: Provide multidiscipline design services including architectural, mechanical, and electrical services to provide interior space improvements to the Federal Way Community Center (FWCC) locker rooms and shower rooms, (men's and women's) and cabana rooms. Design services shall include, but not necessarily limited to: 1. Provide concept drawings, design development documents, permit set, and bid documents (plans and specifications) for the renovation of the FWCC locker rooms and showers and associated spaces and systems. 2. Coordinate work with the City of Federal Way and all jurisdictional authorities for review and issuance of all required permits. Page 6 3. Review of existing conditions from continuous use and deterioration of some finishes, fixtures, and equipment from water and moisture damage over time. The interior finishes, fixtures, equipment, and mechanical and electrical systems shall be designed to resist damage due to damp operating environment. 4. Design shall include selective demolition of interior finishes and replacement with new, water- resistant finishes, fixtures, and equipment. 5. The Design Team shall consider salvaging all systems that have useful design life, such as ACT and hard lid ceilings, ceramic tile flooring, mechanical, and electrical systems, lockers for re -use, plumbing fixtures for reuse. 6. Design shall consider existing HVAC system design and potential recommendations to improve ventilation and exhaust and reduce buildup of humidity and damp environment. 7. Design shall consider phased construction to allow sequencing of work to keep showers and locker use available for public use. All Prime consultants proposing on this project shall attend a pre -proposal site visit prior to proposing services. Contact the City of Federal Way [contact info needed] to coordinate site visit. Design Teams proposing services shall agree to contract with the City of Federal Way utilizing the City's PSA contract, and terms identified therein. Construction Contract Scope of Work — Considerations for issuance of Bid Documents and public bidding, as a design -bid -build contract: Based on final design requirements, we believe the scope of work will be clear in the bid documents, for bidding purposes, however the scope of work for the Contractor should be clear at bidding time regarding all special requirements, to minimize the potential for change orders during construction due to unique working conditions: 1. Contractor shall anticipate in its bid, the requirement for phased construction sequenced in a manner to minimize disruption to facility users. Construction areas shall be clearly marked and secured from public access. Building egress and life safety systems shall not be impeded during or as a result of construction at anytime. 2. Utility shutdowns and tie-ins for construction activity must be planned and scheduled with the City to minimize building operations. Utility shutdowns should occur during non -business hours to minimize disruption. 3. The contract shall require a complete schedule that shows construction activity fully coordinated with FWCC operations, to ensure work is fully coordinated with FWCC functions. 4. The contract shall stipulate areas for storing material in a secure on -site location, or if no on -site location is available, the contract shall state that project materials shall be stored off -site until able to be utilized, on a just -in -time construction basis. 5. A pre -bid walk-through of the actual conditions and a pre -bid conference should be conducted to ensure all bidders are fully aware of the project constraints, for fair, competitive bidding. Page 7 EXISTING CONDITIONS CHECKLIST ASSESSMENT AND PHOTOGRAPHIC RECORD The FWCC locker rooms, showers, cabanas, and associated areas and building systems have been assessed for current conditions based on the following scale: 1. Very Good Like new, no defects, performing as intended 2. Good Minor defects, good condition, performing as intended 3. Fair Some major defects, moderate condition, still functioning as intended with increased service requirements 4. Poor Major or minor defects, critical condition, not functioning as intended, requires significant servicing, at or near its intended lifespan 5. Very Poor Major and minor defects, critical condition, not functioning as intended, risky to safety and health, exceeds its intended lifespan The intent of the condition assessments is to establish an overall general state of the facility areas assessed and to establish the level of repair or replacement. We qualify the assessments as not exhaustive, but to provide a general assessment based on a review of each major building system, component, equipment, and finishes. Conclusions are a consensus of judgment based on the best information available, site observations, discussions with maintenance staff, and any other additional information available to the reviewers. Because the review was conducted by a multi -disciplinary review team, we have a high level of confidence that actual current conditions reported are reasonable to inform the necessary repairs and improvements needed. The RPM review team included: • Bernie O'Donnell. Overall Building Systems and Finishes Conditions Assessments (Structure and Foundations, building settling, structural cracks, roofing systems, water intrusion, MEP systems) • Josephine Bayan, PMP. Overall Building Systems and Finishes Condition Assessments (Code Compliance, Egress, Ratings Assemblies, ADA, Water Intrusion) • Lisa Couret, CMIT. MEP Systems and Utilities Condition Assessments (Mechanical, Electrical, Lighting, Life Safety Systems, Utilities, Drainage) The following checklist identifies existing conditions of the building areas assessed, followed by a photographic record of specific areas of concern. Page 8 CITY OF FEDERAL WAY PUBLIC FACILITIES CONDITION ASSESSMENT CHECKLIST FEDERAL WAY COMMUNITY CENTER - LOCKER ROOMS, SHOWERS, CABANAS, AND ASSOCIATED SPACES ROCK SITE INFORMATION ASSESSMENT DATE 4/7/2023, 4/12/2023 "Will Summary of Condition Assessment: The overall condiflon of the areas assessed are poor to very poor and (here are signs Thal the condllfons are going to continue to deteriorate due to the steady moist environment. Ceramic Tile, backboard Gypsum wall Board (env B1. ASSESSORS O'Donnell, Bayon, Couret and Metal Stud Wall Framing are failing, with loose and missing tiles, tiles that have detached from the backup GWB, GWB that has '�,vleked" up moisture and delaminated the surface paper of the GWB from the Gypsum, Metal studs are rusty and corroded, mostly at the base sill areas where moisture and water accumilate. Wall insulation is wet and/or shows signs of being wet. Metal finishes in the locker roams, restrooms, showers, cabanas, and common spaces in these areas are rusting. Above the finished ceiling, the areas are dry, and there is no indication of water damage. Ceiling finishes (hard lid GWB and Water Resistent Acoustic Ceiling Tiles) are in relatively good ADDRESS 876 S 333rd Street SITE AREA 72,000 CURRENT USE Community Center YEAR CONSTRUCTED 2007 shape. Plumbing fixtures (faucets, sinks, shower heads) are in fair condition for the age of the facility. The areas of rust and sharp edges in EFFECTIVE AGE 16 Years some spaces are areas of safety concern. There are signs of limited mold at the base of the utilidor (no public access) that will likely CONSTRUCTION CLASS STRUCT STEEL. CONC. spread over time, creating potiential indoor air quality environmental concerns if not addressed soon. Overall, the poor to very poor condillonS need to be corrected. CONDITION COMMTASK •:ERVATIONS ZONING ITEM OF - OFFICE PARK INTERIORS 1 WALLS VERY GOOD GOOD FAIR POOR VERY POOR X walls are generally observed as water damaged. 2 TRIM Trim that is metal is rusting, despite maintenance crews painting trim work regularly. 3 PAINT X Painted finishes are peeling at the base of some sections of the interior walls, and bubbling at CMU walls. 4 WINDOWS (RECITES) X Interior glazing, mirros are in good shape. Floors are ceramic tile, adhered to slab on grade concrete. Floors are in fair shape except where the floor s FLOORS X transitions up the wall base, and the backing and tile are delaminating from one another. 6 STAIRS NA Ceilings are hard lid, GWB in the cabanas and common corridor areas, and water -resilient ACT in the locker room i CEILING X areas. Both are in fair condition considering the age of the facility, and do not show signs of water damage except where metal components (grilles, registers, diffusers) are rusting. B EVIDENCE OF PESTS NA No signs of pests or insects in any spaces 9 APPLIANCES X The wall -mounted swim wear spinning device to remove water from swimwear appears to function fine. 10 DOORS, DOOR HARDWARE X Aluminum doors are in fair . ipe, but some non -aluminum metal hinges and screws are rusting. MECHANICAL I� .. The Supply and Exhaust appears to undersized and poorly designed to provide adequate ventilation and removal of moist air from the spaces. Spacing between supply diffusers and exhaust grilles are too close to one another to 11 HVAC X be optimally effective. Supply diffusers and exhaust grilles appear to be undersized (general observation, no mechanical design talcs. conducted). Grilles, Registers, and Diffusers are rusting, despite maintenance crew painting. 12 HVAC FILTERS X here is evidence of regular preventative maintenance conducted. Grilles, Registers, and Diffusers are rusted and in very poor condition. The Rooftop AHU and EF's are in good 13 HVAC INTAKES & RETURNS X hape. Page 9 TASK ITEM 14 EXHAUST VERY GOOD GOOO FAIR 11OOR V�RY POOR X COMMENTS/OBSERVATIONSCONDITION The Exhaust is non-existent in several common corridors where there is moist conditions, other areas the exhaust appears to be undersized for the space 15 LIGHTING X Lighting conditions are fair, but new energy -efficient LED light fixtures should be considered with any area improvements made. 16 LIGHTING - FIXTURES X Lighting fixtures in some areas are fluorescent lamps. 17 LIGHTSWITCHES X e noted a couple locations where the motion sensor for lighting is blocked by wall mounted items, which may not allow motion to be detected. 1B ELECTRICAL OUTLETS X 19 ELECTRICAL PANEL X 20 PANEL CLEARANCE NA Not observed 21 ELECTRICAL METERS NA Not observed 22 LOW VOLTAGE SYSTEMS, DATA NA Not observed 23 SINKS X Sinks are in fair shape. 24 FAUCETS X Faucets are in fair condition for age, but water -efficient fixtures should be considered in any future upgrade projects. 25 RUNNING WATER X No water leaks from faucets or other plumbing or drain lines detected. 26 TOILETS X Toilets are in fair condition, though water -conserving options should be considered with any future projects, 27 SHOWER ROOM X Ceramic tile are loose, delaminating from backer wall, GWB backerwalls are largely failing in most locations, including rusting of metal stud framing. 2e BATHTUB NA None 29 WATER HEATERS NA Not observed 30 EVIDENCE OF WATER DAMAGE X Substantial evidence of water and moisture damage throughout all spaces and is the primary concern of this teport. 31 RESTROOMS X Restroom toilet partitions are floor mounted. Wall mounted are highly suggested with any future space Improvements, for ease of cleaning/mopping wet floors. Layout is tight for ADA comp(jartm. 32 FIRE ALARM AND RELATED LIFE SAFETY DEVICES X Pre sprinkler head was identified as Compromised in a cabana (corroslon;. 33 WET/DRY SUPPRESSION & STANDPIPES NA 34 FIRE ALARM MONITORING NA 35 SMOKE DETECTORS X A pears to be functioning as designed, not observed in emergency conditions. 36 CARBON MONOXIDE DETECTORS NA Not observed 37 EGRESS X Egress appears to meet all applicable codes. 36 EGRESS CLEARANCE X Egress clearance if fair, no exit corridors blocked or encumbered. 39 EGRESS SIGNAGE X Did not test exit signs in emergency test mode, but appear to be functioning as designed. 40 FIRE EXTINGUISHERS X lCertified 41 FIRE EXTINGUISHER CABINET X Certified 42 EMERGENCY SHUT-OFF/DISCONNECTS NA Not observed 43 GROUNDING SYSTEMS X If exists, corrosion is likely. 44 SECURITY SYSTEMS & ACCESS CONTROLS NA Not observed 45 BUILDING STRUCTURE - Concrete/CMU/Wood X Visual observation of structural Steel, concrete and metal pan decking are in good shape. Page 10 Page 11 CITY OF FEDERAL WAY - COMMUNITY CENTER FACILITIES CONDITION ASSESSMENT LOCKER ROOMS, SHOWERS, & CABANA AREAS PHOTOS OF EXISTING CONDITIONS Page 12 FEDERAL WAY COMMUNITY CENTER - CABANA FACILITY PHOTOGRAPHS OF EXISTING CONDITIONS Gypsum V�/ellbooro' m the Ccbcnno, Fec�,E''o1 V/ay Cammunii p Celn�ci' - F,roor Tiles Federal Vvoy Commurr+ry Cen.er ri ,rAlerGr Stuns - irles Failino - Cobano 5 1=c-c�.,. IhiayC.,..„„uvu`wCer�'ei-"„`ois�ure-��okecl%i��ll Page 13 FEDERAL WAY COMMUNITY CENTER - CABANA FACILITY PHOTOGRAPHS OF EXISTING CONDITIONS FederollldayComrnunity Center —Rostec'I0letol Stud Wall Assembly Federol Woy Community Center— Unsealed, Broken, Federal VVoy Community Center - Rusty l0etol Access .Panel *o UtiiioorBehind Page 14 FEDERAL WAY COMMUNITY CENTER - CABANA FACILITY PHOTOGRAPHS OF EXISTING CONDITIONS Federal Way Community Center— Unsealed, Loose Tiles Federal Way Community Center —Shower - Cabana 2 Federal Way Community Center— Moisture -soaked Walls Federal Way Community Center — Cabana 2 Page 15 FEDERAL WAY COMMUNITY CENTER - CABANA FACILITY PHOTOGRAPHS OF EXISTING CONDITIONS Ono It Federal Way Community Center— Base Deterioration at Cabanas Federal Way Community Center— Entry to Cabana 5 Federal Way Community Center —Shower in Cabana 5 Page 16 FEDERAL WAY COMMUNITY CENTER - CABANA FACILITY PHOTOGRAPHS OF EXISTING CONDITIONS Federal Way Community Center — Floor Mounted Toilet Partitions Federal Way Community Center— Entry to Cabana 2 Moisture -soaked. Federal Way Community Center— Entry to Cabana 4 Page 17 FEDERAL WAY COMMUNITY CENTER - CABANA FACILITY PHOTOGRAPHS OF EXISTING CONDITIONS Ceramic Tile Wall Assembly Failure at Cabana 4 Federal Way Community Center— Deterioration, Safety, Hazard in Cabana i f; Federal Way Community Center Pool — Tiles Failing at Cabana Page 18 FEDERAL WAY COMMUNITY CENTER - CABANA FACILITY PHOTOGRAPHS OF EXISTING CONDITIONS Federal Way Community Center— Fluorescent Lighting U1 Federal Way Community Center— Rusty, Undersized Supply Diffuser Federal Way Community Center — Wall Mounted Exhaust Federal Way Community Center - Overview of Typical Cabana Layout Page 19 \ ion y�� &( j_ /. � \ FEDERAL WAY COMMUNITY CENTER — WOMEN'S LOCKER ROOM FACILITY PHOTOGRAPHS OF EXISTING CONDITIONS Federal ioyComm u-nity Center - Con dmon un eurerc2 CD Lln tertOOS Federal Way Community Center- Deterioroting Wall Koala ire l � � Federal i�Jay Commumry �enrc-� - �,.�.- n%ul; ��,�„�io„ Federal V6/oy Community Center -ShowerA'reo Page 21 FEDERAL WAY COMMUNITY CENTER - WOMEN'S LOCKER ROOM FACILITY PHOTOGRAPHS OF EXISTING CONDITIONS Federal Way Community Center— Base of 'Alai., Deteriorating Federal Way Community Center— Central Area of Women's Locker Room Federal Way Community Center— Tiles Failing Federal Way Community Center— Typical Layout of a Locker Area Page 22 FEDERAL WAY COMMUNITY CENTER — MEN'S LOCKER ROOM FACILITY PHOTOGRAPHS OF EXISTING CONDITIONS 1 I S r+ sa Federal Way Community Center -- Centroi Area of Men s Locker Room AL �i`� l • . f � '11 1'. r 1 Federal Woy (-orjmunar ,renter — 8ase burside Showers Undersized Page 23 FEDERAL WAY COMMUNITY CENTER - MEN'S LOCKER ROOM FACILITY PHOTOGRAPHS OF EXISTING CONDITIONS and GWB Deteriorating Federal Way Community Center— Circulation Space Federal Way Community Center— Ceramic Tile Damage Federal Way Community Center— Concrete Masonry Block Base Wall Damage Wall Paint Bubblina Page 24 ;x FEDERAL WAY COMMUNITY CENTER — MEN'S LOCKER ROOM FACILITY PHOTOGRAPHS OF EXISTING CONDITIONS Blocked Federal Way Community Center— Men's Locker Room Sinks and Countertops Federri Ae Y+_ommunity Center— Men Locker Room Ceilings Good Shape Federal Way Community Center — Men's Locker Room Area Rust and Deterioration Page 26 FEDERAL WAY COMMUNITY CENTER — MEN'S LOCKER ROOM FACILITY PHOTOGRAPHS OF EXISTING CONDITIONS �5 � :-� L.�-tom-. -.'•. \� `:� L- �- 'i:�":. ii- �Federa�I' oq+�rrYunYfy+ �ri`Cer = ear a�Y� Area Wall base Condition _ice _-�-__•—__� i - Federal Way Community Center— Men's Shower Stalls — Soft Wolls Behind in Locations � .-.oern: A. lv �-nmmunity Center— Men's Restraarn Urinals - Tile Should Be Full Height Federal Way Community Center— Men's Shower Stalls Tile Deteriorating Page 27 FEDERAL WAY COMMUNITY CENTER - OTHER AREAS FACILITY PHOTOGRAPHS OF EXISTING CONDITIONS Ducting Good But Undersized Federal Way Community Center — Above Men's Locker Room - Space is Dry Federof Way Commun _ enter — Above Men s Locker Room GWB Water Resistant Board w Federal Way Community Center — Access Panel to Utilidor in Cabana — Signijicont Rust Page 29 FEDERAL WAY COMMUNITY CENTER — OTHER AREAS FACILITY PHOTOGRAPHS OF EXISTING CONDITIONS 'ails Retaining Moisture Federal Way Community Center — Men's Above Ceiling Terminal Exhaust Fan Ductwork Federal Way Community Center — Interior of Utilidor Walls -Bock Side of Cabana Walls Federal Way Community Center — Men's Area -Air Supply Diffuser Sign of Rust Page 30 FEDERAL WAY COMMUNITY CENTER --OTHER AREAS FACILITY PHOTOGRAPHS OF EXISTING CONDITIONS ^CjCrCi �•'n;� ��0 ^7777(771f t�/ r'r '�rC7 �'�� •'� .S !�4ft C: SCCl7:7^. . of Exhaust Appears Undersized wpm jp_p �i Federal Way Community Center — Rooftop Exhaust Fan e linter RoditapAHUSupply to Locker Room Areas Federal Way Community Center —Saturated Wall Insulation Wickina Water Page 31 FEDERAL WAY COMMUNITY CENTER --OTHER AREAS FACILITY PHOTOGRAPHS OF EXISTING CONDITIONS -- m 6,- Federal Wov Community Center - Sprinkler ,dead Condition Federal Way Community Center —Supply and Exhaust rerlerot 'Alrry I-mmrjn;ty Ce-fe• - Metol Pon Concrete UooerFloor Federal Woy Community Center— Uninsuloted Copper Page 32 FEDERAL WAY COMMUNITY CENTER -- OTHER AREAS FACILITY PHOTOGRAPHS OF EXISTING CONDITIONS Federal VVpy Cammuniry Center - Utilido' Compie- Failure Mtl Stud and GWB Federal Way Community Center- Utilidor Water Damage Conditions Cabanas and Men's Areas Federal Way Community Center- VAV Box Above Men's Area - Zone Conditionino Page 33 FEDERAL WAY COMMUNITY CENTER -- OTHER AREAS FACILITY PHOTOGRAPHS OF EXISTING CONDITIONS Deterioration Utilidor Behind Men's Showers Federal Way Community Center— Wall System Decay Utilidor Federal Way Community Center— Uninsuloted Copper Condensate Potential Page 34 CITY OF CITY HALL Federal4% 33325 8m Avenue South a Federal Way WA 98003003-6325 (253) 835-7000 www- cityoffederahvay. cam EXFBIT I _ A/E FIRM QUALIFICATIONS SUBMISSION PROFESSIONAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - Rev. 4/2023 INNOVA architects FEDERAL WAY COMMUNITY CENTER LOCKER ROOM RENOVATIONS City of Federal Way Statement of Qualifications Architectural & Engineering Services INNOVA Architects 950 Pacific Avenue, Suite 450 Tacoma, WA 98402 253 572-4903 phone 253 572-4919 fax www.innovaarchitects.cbm 18 OCTOBER 2023 cover letter 18 October 2023 Re: City of Federal Way Community Center Locker Room Renovations Dear Autumn Gressett and members of the selection committee: INNOVA Architects is pleased to submit our qualifications illustrating our experience and confirming our interest in working with the City of Federal Way on the renovations of the Federal Way Community Center Locker Rooms. It would be an honor and a pleasure to work with you on revitalizing this treasured community asset. We are a full -service multi -discipline design firm located in Tacoma, WA. We provide architecture, civil engineering, structural engineering, land planning, and interior design throughout the Pacific Northwest and for federal projects nationwide. Performing architecture and engineering disciplines in-house results in streamlined design process, team coordination, and shorter project timelines. Our passion for solving complex problems brings great value to our clients. INNOVA is the region's recognized leader for Aquatics Planning and Design. We've planned, evaluated, renovated, and/or designed more than 250 aquatic and recreation projects over the past 50 years for clients all over Washington State and the Northwest. Based on my understanding of the current scope, I am submitting the qualifications for a small, but very experienced team: • INNOVA Architects — Architecture and Structural Engineering • GDM Engineers — Mechanical Engineers • Cross Engineers — Electrical Engineers • Med-Tox NW — Hazardous Materials Management • Rachael Bandli Interiors — Interior Design As demonstrated on the following pages, the team we've assembled provides the following assets to meet your needs: • Experience working with municipalities and public agencies • Extensive architectural and engineering expertise in the design of aquatics facilities from conceptual design through construction administration • A collaborative team with years of proven experience working together on this project type • Availability to begin immediately with a history of meeting established budgets and project timeframes This opportunity aligns with our long-lasting commitment to projects that improve our community. We look forward to the opportunity to work with you on bringing renewed life to the Federal Way Community Center so it can be enjoyed for years to come. If you have any questions or require additional information, please feel free to contact me directly. Respectively Submitted, Paul McCormick, PE, SE Principal -in -Charge Business Phone: 253.572.4903 paul@INNOVAarchitects.com INNOVA architects 1. firm overview FIRM OVERVIEW Name: INNOVA Architects (Self -Certified Small Business Enterprise) Address: 950 Pacific Avenue, Suite 450, Tacoma, WA 98402 Phone Number: (253) 572-4903 Website: www.innovaarchitects.com Contact Name: Scott Saladis, AIA Contact Email: ssaladis@innovaarchitects.com Date Established: 2011 (12 years in business) Firm Size: 22 INNOVA Architects is a full service design firm providing Planning, Architecture, Interior Design, Civil Engineering, and Structural Engineering. With the merger of INNOVA Architects and ORB Architects, we are able to preserve and maintain 50 years of experience and knowledge and expertise related to design for recreational and community facilities in the Pacific Northwest, while adding additional skills and capacity to serve our clients. We remain committed to making a positive impact on our communities through design innovation and management expertise. Our team has evaluated, designed, and/ or renovated more than 250 aquatic and recreation facilities over the past 50 years. Aquatic facilities are very specialized and must conform to'specific health and safety requirements, while also being a comfortable and functional place for the public who will use it. We are experts in aquatic design and the related code issues surrounding these facilities. In addition, our decades of knowledge about how aquatic facilities function as part of the surrounding building systems allows us to offer guidance on topics such as condensation, humidity control, paint and preparation of carbon steel, corrosion prevention and indoor air quality. INNOVA architects 2. experience EASTMONT AQUATIC CENTER EAST WENATCHEE, WASHINGTON The Eastmont Aquatic Center was built in 1973 and most of the building systems were at the end of their useful life. The Pool is owned by the Eastmont Metropolitan Parks District and operated by the local YMCA. It is a heavily used pool, since it is the only full-sized indoor, year-round pool operating in the Wenatchee area. Retaining this resource for the community is vitally important. INNOVA Architects (previously ORB Architects) was selected in 2017 to follow up a past feasibility study and validate the program and budget. To accomplish this, we perfonned a full facility condition assessment and make recommendations for upgrades, based on the highest priorities and strategized to fit within the parks district budget. Subsequently, our team provided full design services for upgrades and additions to the facility. The upgrades included new all new FIVAC systems, pool mechanical systems, and electrical upgrades - including lighting replacement. Additionally the scope included some renovation upgrades with a renovated lobby, and a new addition to serve the staffing needs. OWNER NAME: Sally Brawley Director of Parks & Recreation, Eastmont Metropolitan Park District 255 N Georgia Avenue, East Wenatchee, WA 98802 509.884.8015 1 sbrawley@eastmontparks.com SQUARE FOOTAGE: 16,306 SF 2 1NNOVA architects 2. experience FIFE SWIM CENTER RENOVATIONS FIFE, WASHINGTON In 2006, INNOVA Architects (previously ORB Architects) was selected by the City of Fife Parks, Recreation and Community Services Department to help upgrade the Fife Swim Center in time for the city's 2007 Golden Jubilee Celebration. We provided architectural and engineering services for renovations and updates at the facility. The project includes the reorganization and expansion of the existing locker rooms and restrooms and remodeling and expanding the lobby and entrance areas to the Fife Swim Center. In recent years, we have continued to serve the Fife Swim Center's needs when they were looking to upgrade the pool deck and locker room surfacing. We worked closely with the pool staff to design and specify a resin flooring to go over a previously failing system. As part of our efforts the city requested that we prepare an in-depth analysis of resin flooring systems in order to evaluate the cost and durability in order to recommend the best value for the city. KEY PROJECT FEATURES: • Expanded Locker Rooms • New Family Changing Rooms • Additional Staff Office and Meeting Space • Upgraded Interior Finishes • New Reception Desk • New Mechanical Upgrade to Lobby Area • New Lighting OWNER NAME: Kurt Reuter, Director City of Fife, Parks, Recreation & Community Services 5411 23rd St E, Fife, WA 98424 253.896.86411 kreuter@cityoffife.org SQUARE FOOTAGE: 11,056 SF INNOVA 3 architects 2. experience MARSHALL COMMUNITY CENTER POOL VANCOUVER, WASHINGTON INNOVA Architects (previously ORB Architects) teamed with Jess Barksdale to help evaluate, recommend, and execute upgrades to the existing Marshall Community Center Pool. The original pool was built in 1964, with multiple renovations and upgrades since that time. A primary motivation for the project is to relocate the pool mechanical room from its original location, which was in a confined space and difficult to maintain, to an entirely new location that would facilitate easier maintenance, as well as provide for standardized maintenance procedures with their newer community pool across town. Additionally, the parks staff requested renovations to an existing Family Changing Room and Lifeguard area so that (2) additional Family Changing Rooms and (2) ADA restrooms could be added for pool users. Based on a full evaluation of the pool facility, we provided specific recommendations that aligned with the budget. Scope items include replacing the entire pool gutter system, replacing the Main Drains to be VGBA compliant, re -building much of the pool deck area for better drainage, building a new pool mechanical system (including a surge tank, filters, pumps and chemistry control), and a small exterior addition for the pool chemicals. The construction cost for the project was $3.2 Million. The project was completed in 2017. OWNER NAME: Jon Sears, PMP, Facilities Capital Projects Manager P.O. Box 1995, Vancouver, Washington, 98668 360.487.8319 1 jon.sears@cityofvancouver.us cityofvancouver.us SQUARE FOOTAGE: 30,905 SF 4 1NNOVA architects 2. experience —I CITY OF ISSAQUAH JULIUS BOEHM POOL ISSAQUAH, WASHINGTON INNOVA Architects (previously ORB Architects) provided design and construction administrative services for the renovation and small addition of added family changing rooms, to the Julius Boehm Pool, located downtown Issaquah. Originally construction in 1971, this pool was in need a complete pool tank refinishing and much needed Mechanical and Electrical upgrades, as well as'new finishes throughout. PROJECT SCOPE: • Evaluation of Existing Facility • Field Investigation and Analysis • Interior Design Analysis • Pool Tank Code Analysis • Pool Mechanical System Analysis • Cost Estimation • Recommendation and Report • Full Design Services • Value Engineering • Construction Administration KEY PROJECT FEATURES: • Swimming Pool Tank Refinishing • Dressing Room Expansion • New ADA and Family Changing/Rest Rooms • New Interior Finishes, ie. Carpet, Paint, Tile, Accessories, Partitions and casework • HVAC, Plumbing and Electrical Systems replacement/repair • Swimming Pool Mechanical Systems replacement/repair OWNER NAME: Ric Patterson, City of Issaquah Facilities Operations Manager PO Box 1307, Issaquah, WA 98027 425.837.3375 SQUARE FOOTAGE: 18,231 SF INNOVA 5 architects 2. experience SHERIDAN FITNESS CENTER RENOVATION JOINT BASE LEWIS MCCHORD, WA INNOVA provided architectural services for the repairs and replacement of Toilets, Locker Room facilities and Cross Training Areas, and Entry Lobby/Desk at Sheridan Fitness Center, Building 3759 on JBLM. The repair of the facility included the gutting and complete repair of the toilets and locker room facilities including plumbing, piping and fixtures, flooring, painting, lighting, lockers, saunas, and partitions. Hallway restroom facilities were also repaired to meet ABA. Improvements were made to the lobby area, including new flooring, ceilings, reception desk and associated utilities. The renovation included the construction of a new Cardiovascular, Strength and Functional Fitness "CrossFit-style" Training Area. The design included overlaying the wooden gym floor in the gymnasium with '/2" rolled rubberized permanent impact flooring and structural modifications to provide for opening pathways in the common wall between the gymnasium and the functional fitness room. A new fire suppression system was also installed throughout. OWNER NAME: USACE JBLM Jodie S. Ramsey 253-208-9713 jodie.s.ramsey@usace.army.mil SQUARE FOOTAGE: 21,353 SF 6 INNOVA architects 2. experience EXPERIENCE WITH WSDOT STANDARD SPECIFICATIONS While the bulk of our experience working with WSDOT Standard Specifications is centered around the Local Agencies Guidelines manual as it relates to Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) funds for transportation projects, we are also familiar with the standard WSDOT specifications. In addition to our Pool and Aquatic resume, INNOVA is also a leader in the planning and design of logistics centers in the area. Because -of the size and quantity of trucks moving freight in and out of these facilities, many of the requirements for these projects mimic those listed in the standard WSDOT specifications. Much of our experience working on federally funded, local agency projects has taught us that it is critical for design documentation to follow the procedures outlined in the WSDOT Local Agency Guideline (LAG) manual. In addition, protocol and reporting guidelines must be followed for each phase of the project, including contracting, design, environmental analysis, permitting, and construction. Our team members are well -versed in using the LAG manual and FHWA design procedures, having worked with them for decades. We work in accordance with the most recent WSDOT Design Manual, Standard Plans, Traffic Manual, and Standard Specifications to prepare designs for intersection geometrics and channelization, traffic signals, traffic calming, roundabouts, and roadway signage. In addition, protocol and reporting guidelines must be followed for each phase of the project, including contracting, design, environmental analysis, permitting, and construction. In addition to our use of WSDOT standard specifications, our team is also well -versed in the use of other types of standardized construction specifications, specifically the Unified Facility Guide Specifications (UFGS). The bulk of our Department of Defense work utilizes the UFGS for all Multiple Award Task Order Contracts (MATOC), requiring our design team to review and edit each section accordingly to meet specific project needs. INNOVA OVA 7 architects 2. experience COMMUNITY CENTER EXPERIENCE INNOVA Architects has designed and renovated more than 50 community projects throughout the past 20 years. This experience includes multipurpose meeting facilities, arts and craft areas, dining rooms with commercial kitchens, gymnasiums, laundry facilities, locker room and shower facilities, teen centers, child care areas and senior centers: PROJECT NAME SQUARE FOOTAGE ESTIMATED COST ACTUAL COST Algona City Hall and Community Center 17,000 SF $4,580,694 $4,204,000 Lake Wilderness Park Beach House 2,800 SF $1,599,532 $1,730,485 Metro Parks Tacoma Nature Center 5,445 SF $1,936,892 $2,219,495 Metro Parks Tacoma People's Community Center N/A N/A Metro Parks Tacoma Portland Ave Community Center 0 SF $86,458 $82,004 Metro Parks Tacoma South Park Community Center rN/A N/A N/A Kent Senior Activity Center 0 SF $427,000 $425,000 PUBLIC PROJECT EXPERIENCE Approximately 50% of our company's project experience is in the public sector. However, our aquatics and recreation portfolio is nearly all with public agencies. We have worked with dozens of municipalities and public agencies across the State of Washington. Decade after decade major government agencies keep coming back to us and hiring us to do their work. All that proves a long -teen track record to understand the needs of government agencies and publicly funded projects following a public process, where quality, schedule and budget matter and cannot be compromised. PROJECT NAME ESTIMATED COMPLETION DATE ACTUAL COMPLETION DATE ESTIMATED COST ACTUAL COST Eastmont Aquatic Center Renovations January 2020 February 2020 $2,765,000 $2,593,000 Fife Swim Center Renovations November2007 October 2007 $767,624 $750,000 Marshall Community Center Pool June 2017 August 2017 $2,997,051 $2,864,357 City of Issaquah Julius Boehm Pool August 2015 August 2015 $4,779,720 N/A Sheridan Fitness Facility March 2017 March 2017 $1,829,546 N/A Covington Aquatic Center Condition Assessment June 2018 June 2018 $7,725,000 N/A Vashon Pool Assessment and Upgrades October 2017 October 2017 $2,032,241 N/A City of Shoreline Pool Analysis and Repairs May 2015 May 2015 $595,678 $602,237 Seattle Parks & Recreation Colman Pool Renovation N/A N/A $965,858 $985,000 Stewart Heights Community Pool and Recreation Facility N/A N/A $2,186,500 $1,899,851 Metro Parks Tacoma Three Spraygrounds N/A N/A $1,572,947 $1,637,265 Spokane Valley Three Swimming Pool Additions June 2009 June 2009 $2,097,283 $2,903,247 Tukwila Pool Renovations February 2013 March 2013 1 $3,575,656 1 N/A 8 INNOVA architects 3. personnel DESIGN TEAM INTRODUCTION INNOVAArchitects will serve as the lead planner and architectural consultant throughout this project. Project Manager and Architect, Scott Saladis, will act as the primary point of contact for the City of Federal Way. He will implement the organizational structure for whole team coordination and assuring schedule compliance. Scott will be ably ,assisted by Lead Structural Engineer, Steve Hall. We have enlisted the resources of a first-rate team of trusted designers and consultants who will deliver the most attractive, effective, and economical solutions for the Federal Way Community Center. Collectively, we all share the perspective that teamwork is crucial for achieving high -quality service and excellent results. Our team includes effective project managers who enjoy being collaborators with clients. Each has an outstanding record of earning clients' trust and developing effective solutions to meet and exceed project objectives. This is our preferred team for aquatics projects. We have worked together on dozens of community, recreation, and aquatics projects over the past decade and have strong working relationships. INNOVA ARCHITECTS Scott Saladis, AIA - Project Manager / Lead Architect Steve Hall, PE - Structural Engineer GDM ENGINEERS Jesse Barksdale - Mechanical Designer CROSS ENGINEERS Brice Anderson - Electrical Designer IVIED-TOX NW Anthony Fullerton - Hazardous Building Materials Management Jon Havelock, CSP, CHMM - Hazardous Building Materials Management RACHAEL BANDLI INTERIORS Rachael Bandli - Interior Designer INNOVA architects 3. personnel SCOTT SALADIS, RA Project Manager / Architect Registration: Architect - WA (#21004065), ID (#AR-987138) Education: Completed IDP through NCARB - 2016 AAS in Design - 2001 Experience in Profession: 22 years Scott has over 20 years of experience in the industry, working as both a contractor and a designer on a wide range of projects, including aquatics and recreation, residential homes, multi -family housing, tenant improvements, and a variety of military projects. As a design professional and Project Manager, he has been involved in many aspects of projects, from Schematic Design through Construction Administration. Scott is responsible for team workflow and project infrastructure, along with consultant and client coordination. With his dual experience as both a designer and contractor, Scott understands efficient workflow, strong design, and innovative problem solving are keys to a successful project outcome. Eastmont Aquatic Center I East Wenatchee, WA Building and Site Investigation, Design, Cost Estimate for Modernization Seattle Tennis Club Pool I Seattle, WA Site Investigation, Cost Estimate, Design, Construction Administration Covington Aquatic Center Condition Assessment I Covington, WA Building Investigation and Assessment, Cost Estimate Fife Swim Center Renovation I Fife, WA Design, Cost Estimating and Construction Administration for Renovation Marshall Community Center Pool I Vancouver, WA Facility Evaluation, Cost Estimate, Design for Upgrades and Repairs Issaquah Julius Boehm Pool Renovations I Issaquah, WA Pre -Design, Final Design and Construction Administration. ESCO funding City of Shoreline Pool Analysis and Repairs I Shoreline, WA Assessment Study, Cost Estimate, and Construction of Repairs Chelan Aquatic Feasibility Study and Conceptual Design I Chelan, WA Feasibility Study, Site Analysis, Conceptual Design, Cost Estimate, and Pro Forma Analysis Seattle Parks & Recreation 3 Building Evaluations: Magnuson Park Community Center, Madrona Spectrum Dance Studio, and Discovery Park Daybreak Star Center I Seattle, WA Physical Needs Assessments, Cost Estimates and Recommendations for Planning Efforts Seattle Parks & Recreation Condition Assessments and Analysis: Lake City, South Park & Magnolia Community Center I Seattle, WA Physical Needs Assessments, Cost Estimates and Recommendations for Planning Efforts Metro Parks Tacoma People's, South Park, Portland Avenue, and Snake Lake Community Centers Tacoma, WA Building Investigations, Pre -Design, Cost Estimating, Final Design, and Construction Administration for Renovations Lacey Senior Center Renovation I Lacey, WA Building Investigation, Pre -Design Community Workshops, Cost Estimating, and Value Engineering Kent Senior Activity Center Renovation I Kent, WA Design and Construction Administration Community Recreation and Aquatic Center Feasibility Assessment I South Whidbey Island, WA Site Analysis, Cost Estimating, Public Charette, Conceptual Design 10 INNOVA architects 3. personnel STEVEN G. HALL, PE Structural Engineer Registration: PE — WA Structural Engineers Association of Washington (SEAW) - Seattle Education: Bachelor of Science, Civil Engineering Colorado State University, (1983) Experience in Profession: 35 years Steven Hall has extensive experience in the preparation of structural engineering calculations and detailed designs for commercial, institutional, and industrial projects. Relevant Project Experience: RMC ROOF STUDY B2452 1 FAIRCHILD AFB, WA > Steve was the Structural Engineer for the structural analysis and concept design scenarios to determine locations of leaks and how to rectify the leaks before any damage could occur to the newly renovated Red Morgan Center, an administrative building at Fairchild Air Force Base. STRUCTURAL AND SEISMIC STUDY B2249 1 FAIRCHILD AFB, WA Steve was the Structural Engineer for the structural analysis and concept design scenarios to determine locations of leaks and how to rectify the leaks before any damage could occur to Building 2249, an administrative building at Fairchild Air Force Base. SPRINKER RECREATION CENTER REDEVELOPMENT I TACOMA, WA Public Master Planning process for a recreation center and park. The design includes a natural turf to synthetic turf field conversion for six ballfields, playground, fitness park, spray park, plazas, public art, improved rock climbing facilities, and expanded multi -use public event lawn. LAKE WILDERNESS PARK BEACH HOUSE I MAPLE VALLEY, WA Steven was the structural engineer for this 2,700 SF beach house facility for the City of Maple Valley Parks & Recreation. The facility includes concessions, lifeguard offices, boat rental and storage, maintenance storage, and restrooms. CHILD DEVELOPMENT CENTER STRUCTURAL ASSESSMENT I DETROIT ARSENAL, MI Structural Engineer for the assessment of a child development center. The work involved providing on -site analysis of several roof framing and structural issues, evaluating data and drawings, identifying deficiencies in the structure, designing the repair, and preparing a cost estimate for repairs. This high priority assessment and the resulting recommendations were completed within 14 days. ULINE DISTRIBUTION CENTER I LACEY, WA Structural Engineer for an insulated concrete panel tilt -up structure. Perimeter concrete tilt -up shear walls working together with two lines of internal concentric steel braced frames provided the lateral support for the structure. A single story office concrete tilt -up panel structure was designed at the eastern end of the building. The project also included design of several areas of tenant improvement structures within the interior of the building. Support services were also provided to the contractor throughout the construction of the building. WASHINGTON TRACTOR T.I. I SUMNER, WA Steve provided structural services for the T.I for this John Deere dealership for Washington Tractor to include space for office, retail, showroom, parts and service, and a large outside area for farm implements inventory. INNOVA 11 architects 3. personnel JESSE BARKSDALE Mechanical Project Manager EDUCATION Mechanical Engineering Design, Clover Park Technical College, Tacoma, WA LICENSES/REGISTRATIONS LEED AP - 2009 LEED AP BD+C - 2011 ASPE CPD - 2020 FAA Part 107 ASSOCIATIONS American Society of Plumbing Engineers (ASPE) American Society of Heating, Refrigeration, & Air -Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE) R J pY�5Ft BACKGROUND Jesse Barksdale is the head of the mechanical engineering department of GDM of Oregon. He has been providing design and project management for engineering projects for 24 years. He has participated in evaluation, design, estimating, and construction management for projects in Alaska, Arizona, Colorado, Idaho, Oregon, and Washington. He has also led multi -disciplinary project teams for a variety of projects large and small. With over200 pool mechanical projects in his personal portfolio of experience, his depth of knowledge and skill has made him the engineering consultant of choice for many local parks departments and facility owners. These projects have included work on community centers, aquatic facilities, spray parks, water features, and swimming pools. His scope of expertise includes HVAC, plumbing, and pool mechanical systems for these facilities. RELEVANT EXPERIENCE * Bellevue Club Pool Renovations. Bellevue, WA ) Hotel/club pool renovations (2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018) * Cottage Lake Pool. Woodinville, WA ) Pool mechanical system upgrades (2013, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018) Eastmont Aquatics Center Analysis & Design. East Wenatchee, WA I Pool HVAC and recirculation system replacement, plumbing systems (2017) * Julius Boehm Pool. Issaquah, WA ) Complete plumbing, HVAC, natatorium HVAC, and pool mechanical system replacements (2014) * King County Aquatics Center. Federal Way, WA 1, Natatorium HVAC, recreation pool design, pool circulation systems, plumbing systems (2004, 2005, 2006, 2012, 2013, 2014) * Lindbergh High School Pool. Renton, WA I Complete plumbing, HVAC, natatorium HVAC, and pool mechanical system replacements (2013) * Lynnwood Recreation Center HVAC. Lynnwood, WA ) Natatorium HVAC upgrades (2012) * Marshall Pool Analysis K Design. Vancouver, WA ) Complete replacement of pool mechanical systems (2016) * Norpoint Centre Improvements. Tacoma, WA ) Natatorium HVAC, pool recirculation system and filtration system replacements (2007) * Redmond Downtown Park. Redmond, WA I New spray park and water feature systems (2016) Redmond Pool. Redmond, WA I Pool mechanical, HVAC, and plumbing upgrades (2019) * SERA Spray Park. Tacoma, WA ) New spray park and restroom facility (2012) Washington Athletic Club VGB. Seattle, WA ) Pool mechanical upgrades (2015, 2019) William Shore Pool Renovations. Port Angeles, WA ) Natatorium and support space HVAC replacement, plumbing system replacement, pool mechanical system updates (2012 and 2019) 12 * Project completed with prior firm. Brice Anderson Electrical Designer EDUCATION Bates Vocational School Associates of Technology EMPLOYMENT 2002 - Present Cross Engineers, Inc. BACKGROUND Mr. Anderson has several years of experience. Mr. Andersons responsibilities have included field verification of existing electrical/communications systems in buildings, site utilities, design for relocation/reconnection/upgrade of existing electrical/communications infrastructure and construction administration of projects. 3. personnel SELECTED PROJECTS LYNNWOOD RECREATION CENTER AND NATATORIUM, LYNNWOOD WA Cross Engineers provided electrical engineering design for new mechanical system upgrades, lighting review and evaluations of the existing North and South Natatoriums. This Recreation center is 45,000 square feet consisting of leisure pool, water slides, lazy river, exercise/fitness space, racquet ball courts, locker rooms and support facilities. CHEHALIS TRIBE COMMUNITY CENTER - CHEHALIS, WA Cross Engineers was responsible for the electrical design of this 55,000 square foot community center consisting of two (2) regulation basketball courts, pool, spa, kitchen, gathering area, classrooms, offices, computer labs and Tribal Arts storage. Exterior recreation areas include a basketball court and two (2) future regulation baseball/softball fields. This facility also functions as a Tribal Disaster Center with stand-alone utilities capable of three weeks sustained 24 hour operations. FORWARD THRUST POOL LIGHTING UPGRADES - SHORLINE AND ISSAQUAH .. •:1 y Cross Engineers responsibilities included � �� • 1 ? design of lighting upgrade to LED's for code compliance, along with energy and maintenance reduction savings. ro AQUATIC FACILITY ASSESSMENT PROJECTS: • City of Dayton Pool Assessment (exterior pool & building) • Covington Aquatic Center Assessment • Shelton Pool Assessment and Upgrades • Vashon Island Pool Assessment • Shoreline Pool Assessment ADDITIONAL POOL EXPERIENCE: • William Shore Memorial Pool • Lazy River Float Center • Marshall Community Center • Centralia Spa Replacement • Eastmont Aquatic Center 13 3. personnel Area of Expertise Hazardous Building Materials Management Years of Experience 33 Education Construction Management Certificate, University of Washington Registration Certified Safety Professional Certified Hazardous Materials Manager Jon Havelock, CSP, CHMM Hazard Analysis Project Manager Mr. Havelock is a Certified Safety Professional and Hazardous Materials Manager with 33 years consulting experience in safety, industrial hygiene, and environmental health and safety evaluations and compliance efforts. He specializes in hazardous material investigations (mold/asbestos/lead/PCBs), remediation plans and oversight, and general industrial hygiene, safety and environmental evaluations. He is a specialist in government contracting with extensive experience performing county related hazard analysis, safety and environmental services associated with building renovations and demolition. Relevant Project Experience King County Environmental Hazards On -Call Contract. Seattle, Washington. 2014 - 2019. $197,000.00. As a subconsultant to Herrera Environmental Consultants, Mr. Havelock performed and managed the hazardous building materials component of this on -call services contract. Mr. Havelock provided scope and fee for 57 work orders and managed each project for Med-Tox Northwest. AHERA Building Inspector Port of Tacoma A/E On -Call Contract 070602, Tacoma, WA. $16,000.00. AHERA Management Planner 2018 - 2019. As project manager, Mr. Havelock managed asbestos and AHERA Project Designer lead/heavy metals surveys for three different projects and twelve AHERA Asbestos Supervisor buildings as a subconsultant to Helix. He also provided abatement California Asbestos Consultant specifications for each project. EPA Lead -Based Paint Risk Assessor King County Environmental Hazards On -Call Contract, Seattle, 40-Hour Hazardous Waste Operations Washington. 2009 - 2014. $154,000.00. Mr. Havelock performed and and Emergency Response OSHA 29 CFR managed the hazardous building materials component of this on -call 1910.120 services contract. Mr. Havelock provided scope and fee for 17 work orders and managed each project for Med-Tox Northwest. Pierce County Courts Renovation, Tacoma, WA 2018 - 2019 $15,000.00. Renovations on the 5th and 6th floors of the Pierce County/City Building B for Pierce County Courts required updates to the existing hazardous material surveys and AutoCAD design drawings for abatement. Mr. Havelock performed field survey/ sampling, report writing and abatement design for these renovation projects. ■ Extensive experience on high profile, Lynnwood Link Extension Early Work Packages L115/L200/L300, public projects with multiple Lynnwood, WA. $357,000.00. 2018 - 2020. Mr. Havelock managed the stakeholders hazardous materials abatement process for 121 Sound Transit owned ■ In-depth knowledge of safety and properties. Services included contractor submittal review, asbestos environmental regulations abatement oversight, and QA/QC for Underground Storage Tank removal. ■ Extensive County project experience Federal Way Link Extension Phase II, Federal Way, WA. $215,000.00 ■ Trainer for Safety and Hazardous 2017-2018. Mr. Havelock was responsible for hazardous building Materials materials investigation services for this HDR Engineering contract. Managed personnel performing hazardous materials surveys in 79 buildings scheduled for demolition. Provided abatement estimates and survey pricing. smE0 AO`"r O: N191eC. INC.A 14MED-TOX 3. personnel Area of Expertise Anthony Fullerton Hazardous Building Materials Hazardous Building Materials Project Manager Management Mr. Fullerton has provided on -call hazardous building materials related services at Med-Tox Northwest for the last 23 years. He has performed Years of Experience hazardous building material surveys continuously for 23 years and has 27 inspected over 330 residences and 845 commercial and industrial buildings. He understands building construction and where these hazardous materials are typically installed and is proficient at regulatory Credentials compliance and reporting. He also provides abatement design, B.A., Environmental Studies consultation. and Natural Resources, Pacific Lutheran University Relevant Project Experience AHERA Project Designer Snohomish County 2019 - 2021 On -Call Consulting Services; AHERA Building Inspector Engineering - Hazardous Materials Survey. 2019 - 2021. $11,736.49. Certified Lead -Based Paint Risk Mr. Fullerton performed HBM surveys for three task orders on this on - Assessor call contract. Renovations included a district court building and a X-Ray Fluorescence Radiation juvenile detention facility. Survey documentation included written Safety Training reports with AutoCAD sampling and material location drawings and 40-Hour Hazardous Waste abatement cost estimates. Operations and Emergency Response OSHA 29 CFR Snohomish County On -Call Consulting Services, Everett, WA. 1910.120 $17,000.00. February 2009 - January 2015. Mr. Fullerton was responsible for managing these two contracts and performed 18 different asbestos and lead -based paint surveys as part of pre -demolition activities for Snohomish County. Survey documentation included written reports with AutoCAD sampling and material location drawings and abatement cost estimates. Snohomish County On -Call Consulting Services, Everett, WA. 2011 - 2013. $25,756.46. Mr. Fullerton was responsible for managing this on - call contract and performed on 11 different asbestos and lead -based paint surveys as part of pre -demolition activities for Snohomish County. Scope of work included asbestos, lead -based paint, polychlorinated biphenyls and other hazardous materials. Mr. Fullerton also provided abatement cost estimates to Snohomish County. Experience Higblights RTAAE 107-14 ROW On -Call AE Environmental Services, Seattle/Lynnwood, WA. $250,000.00 - 2020. Mr. Fullerton served as the ■ Experienced providing requested CDM subconsultant responsible for Hazardous Building Materials services for Counties. (HBM) on -call services for the Bellevue 335 Link and Lynnwood Link ■ In-depth knowledge of safety and project in Lynnwood, Washington. His duties included field survey environmental regulations related to hazardous building materials. activities, report writing, and abatement cost estimating. ■ Responsive to client needs and Federal Way Link Extension Phase II, Federal Way, WA. $215,000.00 schedules. 2017-2018. Mr. Fullerton performed hazardous building materials • Building demolition specialist for investigation services for this HDR Engineering contract as a identification and abatement of subconsultant to GeoEngineers. hazardous materials. _ v�ruur:` •rcauFm.:: c.,w 15 ED-TAXw N 0 P T HVV E ST 3. personnel RACHAEL BANDLI, NCIDQ, LEED AP Interior Designer Registration: NCIDQ, 2013, Ceritificate No. 29776 LEED Accredited Professional, 2008 Education: Seattle Pacific University, 2007, Bachelor of Arts - Interior Design Experience in Profession: 15 years Rachael has over fifteen years of experience in the practice of Interior Design, focusing on all phases of schematic planning, construction documents, and construction administration. Rachael also o®ers Structural Interior Design (SID) packages to prepare a Comprehensive Interior Design (CID) submittal. She specifies building finishes that comply with health, safety, and public welfare, while also helping achieve LEED credits. Relevant Project Experience: FY20 PN 1014550 CONSTRUCT CONSOLIDATED (TFI) FLIGHT BASE OPS FACILITY I FAIRCHILD AIR FORCE BASE, WA Worked diligently with WJA Design Collaborative to prepare furniture plans, room data sheets and a design analysis as part of developing the Design -Build solicitation package for the FY20 Construct Consolidated (TFI) Flight Base Operations Facility at Fairchild AFB. The scope included designing a 62,258 gross square foot facility to consolidate the mission -essential functions of the 92d Operations Group (92 OG), 92d Operations Support Squadron (92 OSS), 141st Operations Group (141 OG), 141st Operations Support Squadron (141 OSS), 116th Air Refueling Squadron (116 ARS), and Aircraft Flight Equipment (AFE) personnel. Co -locating mission -essential functions of each wing in the new facility contributes to Total Force Integration (TFI) by providing a facility that leverages the capabilities of both active and reserve military components. Estimated Construction Cost: $35.9M FY20 DESIGN -BUILD JOINT SIMULATION ENVIRONMENT (JSE) FACILITY I NELLIS AIR FORCE BASE, NV Responsible for providing a Comprehensive Interior Design (CID) package for the JSE (Building 1733) new construction, 50,967 SF single -story building. The building is comprised of unsecure areas with offices, conference rooms and various administration functions as well as secure areas with training rooms, high fidelity cockpit rooms, briefing rooms, and an auditorium. RED FLAG BUILDING 201, 5TH GENERATION ADDITION I NELLIS AIR FORCE BASE, NV Responsible for providing a Comprehensive Interior Design (CID) package for the Red Flag addition. Red Flag Exercises are opportunities for pilots to receive advanced training, working with pilots from different service branches and different nations. The addition was 42,400 SF and consisted of a large, 396-seat auditorium and two smaller auditoriums that functioned as professional gathering areas critical to the Red Flag Exercise. Construction Cost: $23,308,062 E-3G MISSION AND FLIGHT SIMULATOR TRAINING FACILITY I TINKER AIR FORCE BASE, OKLAHOMA CITY, OK Provided Interior Design services for the 51,150 SF E-3G Mission and Flight Simulator Training Facility that will serve the training requirements of the 552nd Air Control Wing. The building is comprised of unsecure and secure areas, with classrooms, instructor offices, and specialized training areas. Construction Cost: $24,633,000 (design -build total contract value) USACE DISTRICT, ALASKA I LEED SILVER, EIE326 168 PERSON DORMITORY I BELSON AIR FORCE BASE, AK In collaboration with WJA Design Collaborative, Rachael was responsible for specifying interior finishes to coordinate with end -user requirements and creating a Comprehensive Interior Design (CID) package to coordinate with the building finishes for a three-story, 58,896 SF, 168-person dormitory. Cost: $75,000 (Design); $34,087,541 16 4. approach PROJECT PLANNING The Programming Phase will involve the formal documentation of your expectations and definition of success for your project. We start this process by assessing needs from the information gathered through public meetings, stakeholder interviews, and other users and constituents. This important step will identify needs, goals, constraints and opportunities for your project, resulting in a methodology that has proven vital in defining the program and functionality. Determining the specifics of the programming will entail consideration of space allocations, space relations, and prioritized items in diagrammatic plans. We outline advantages and disadvantages of multiple options in order to guide good decisions. As your consultant, we lend our expertise to the collaborative planning process, while always keeping in mind the needs over time, the location of the facility, and overall operations. We hope to have the opportunity to work with you to further understand your project goals and come up with unique and interesting ways to maximize the space in order to provide the most benefit to the users. SITE INVESTIGATION/ INFORMATION GATHERING Prior to starting any design work, INNOVA's team will meet with representatives from the City of Federal Way to identify the problem areas of the existing facility and related mechanical systems, discuss the overall goals for the project and finalize the overall project schedule. Our team will review any existing documentation that is available from the City, such as existing drawings, Operations Manuals, Maintenance Records and the previously completed condition assessment. Once the overall scope is defined, INNOVA and our design team will conduct a site visit to evaluate the facility. INNOVA will work with our design team to evaluate different design alternatives and approaches to issues discovered. We have found that there is often more than one way to approach an issue, with varying pros and cons to be considered. We will work with our team to present these to the City so that the best value for the project can be determined. Our team will also spend time on site documenting and recording physical conditions and completing a Washington Administrative Code (WAC) checklist for the existing pool facility. In order for our time spent on -site to be most beneficial, we request that a representative of the facility maintenance staff be available during this investigation. DESIGN CONCEPTS During Schematic Design, we will work with the City to define the look and feel for the project and start addressing any issues related to existing conditions. We will discuss materials, detail, and design concepts with the City at all points during Schematic Design. Additional tasks include: • Design: mechanical options, elevation and section sketches to develop a preferred design • Preliminary systems design (heating, plumbing, etc) • Develop Area of Magnitude Cost Estimate • Progress meeting with the City Based on owner and team coordination feedback, INNOVA will begin developing an Area of Magnitude Cost Estimate during this phase. This will also act as a record of the process and final determination of scope. Based on this final scope and project budget, we will further develop the cost estimate as it relates to the next (2) phases — Design Development and Construction Documents. INNOVA 17 architects 4. approach SCHEMATIC DESIGN AND COSTS ESTIMATES INNOVA will develop schematic designs and renderings of the concept designs. The Schematic Design Phase will further develop the Conceptual Design from the Programming Phase. Schematic plans and sections showing critical dimensions and features, including a design narrative. We will design and present a few conceptual designs for review by the selection committee, which will consist of colorful plans that explain the program in order to give decision -makers an accurate idea of the renovations. INNOVA uses Building Information Modeling (BIM) technology in our design process through the use of Revit software. Revit uses three dimensional, real-time, dynamic building modeling software that allows us to visualize a design more quickly and easily than ever before and subsequently convey that to the project owner and stakeholders. In addition, it can carry through to our construction documents and consultant coordination when the project moves forward. We will present detailed, site -specific construction costs, showing line -item costs for each proposed space. The overall facility capital cost is the overall picture of how much the project will cost including construction, permitting, design fees and necessary contingency costs. The project cost is designed to include all related costs for the project so you aren't surprised down the road. We also contemplate the cost impact of including various sustainability elements into the design. The key factor here is consideration of both development costs and life -cycle costs of the sustainable practices and products implemented. This is critical, not only to the overall health of the building, but it also serves as a good preventative maintenance measure. DESIGN DEVELOPMENT Once a direction is chosen, we will move to design development. In Design Development, we further detail the design and decisions established in the Schematic Design phase, with tasks to include: • Detailed plan and elevations indicating tile layouts • Building and Health Department Code analysis (meeting with officials) • Coordination of Mechanical, Electrical and Plumbing layouts • Prepare outline Specifications • Further development of Estimate of Probable Costs PERMITTING We are very familiar with local environmental processes, ordinances, and procedures. We stay current with city policies in order to provide the most accurate and expeditious service to our clients. We have established this understanding through our work with and for city agencies, other public agencies, and private developers. We are also experienced in the permitting processes for civil, stormwater, SEPA, Department of Health and other local, state, and federal permitting agencies. We find that meeting early with city and county officials and satisfying all pre -submittals reduces surprises when the project is submitted for review. We will meet with City of Federal Way Development Services early on to coordinate requirements and ensure we were in compliance before progressing into design development. We then touch base with them periodically throughout the project. Submitting for permits while we are finishing construction documents has been a successful approach for us before. 18 INNOVA architects 4. approach INNOVA has permitted hundreds of aquatic related projects in Washington State without difficulty; including some non-standard designs. Our expertise regarding WAC 246-260 (the State Pool Code) also helps us navigate around potential issues and take care of them before they become a design or permitting problem and we endeavor to work with those officials to address any possible questions or concerns early on in a project, in an effort to help lower the potential design and financial impact of any reviewer -requested changes. CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS This phase includes finished drawings and specifications prepared for construction. Finish detail design and final color and material selections will be defined. Final review and adjustments to the construction cost estimate will be made. • Finalize Drawings with details and schedules • Prepare code worksheets and notes • Final coordination of all consultant scopes of work • Final Specifications and Project Manual • Permitting and Department of Health Review INNOVA will provide the required set(s) of documents in order to apply for the building application and application with the Department of Health. We can act as your representative in the permit review process, but have assumed fees would be paid for by the City. COMPETITIVE BID PROCESS We have assumed that this will be bid to eligible contractors for construction. If a General Contractor is selected for this project, rather than a contractor specializing in pool renovations, we would still imagine that key components, such as the mechanical systems, etc. will be bid. We are familiar with most of the capable pool contractors in the state, and can make recommendations if desired. During the contractor selection/ bidding period, INNOVA will support the City by responding to bidder questions and issuing the appropriate addendum. CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT AND. PROJECT CLOSEOUT During construction, INNOVA will act as your support team, helping streamline the process; acting as your agent, assistant and advisor. We are there to help make sure that the vision we have developed together is fully realized as you intended it. Generally, we like to schedule regular meetings on site, to provide a time and a structure for questions, answers, and clarifications of details. For this project, we estimate one (1) visit to the site per month of the construction period, with all other OAC meetings taking place either by teleconference or video call. Also assumed for this task will be a site visit to establish substantial completion and provide a final punchlist of items to be completed by the contractor. Specific responsibilities may include: • Site visits to check progress, quality, and adherence to construction documents • Submittal reviews: shop drawings and sample review • Answering RFI questions and clarifying and interpreting the construction documents • Review, approval, and forwarding of contractor's applications for payment • Determination of substantial completion • Preparation of punch list of incomplete work • Completing the final walkthrough • Project closeout coordination INNOVA 19 architects 4. approach KING COUNTY AND FEDERAL REQUIREMENTS INNOVA is constantly working on projects located in King County and is familiar with King County permitting procedures. INNOVA's key managers have decades of experience designing projects and working with all forms of agencies which become involved in permitting projects across a wide range of areas. Our team designs all of our projects to comply with all national and local codes and standards. On Federal projects, our designs are required to adhere to the Uniform Federal Accessibility Standards (UFAS) and ADA Standards for Accessible Design (to conform to Section 504). We are also familiar with the standards as outlined in ANSI 117.1 For example, on a recent project for King County Housing Authority, we were tasked with converting housing units so they were accessible to residents with disabilities. In this case, some of the changes involved reconfiguring the ground -floor units and replacement of doors to achieve minimurn maneuvering clearances. Addition of grab bars and ADA-compliant toilets and sinks as well as converting tubs to roll - in showers were required in all restrooms. General revision to units included adjustment of light switches and outlet heights to be within code required reach ranges and updating fire alarms for both audible and visual notification (sight and sound). We design in compliance with the latest version of the International Building Code (IBC) as adopted by the local Authority Having Jurisdiction (AHJ). Also referenced as part of the IBC are amendments adopted by both the State of Washington as well as local jurisdictions such as the City of Federal Way. Projects also follow all current versions of the Washington State Energy Code and Ventilation and Indoor Air Quality Code, International Mechanical Code, International Plumbing Code, National Electric Code and National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) as adopted by the local AHJ. Also taken into consideration for compliance are all local Land Use Regulatory and Municipal Codes. INNOVA Architects and our subconsultants are in compliance with public policy; financial, contractual, and tax obligation; and the Federal and State rules and regulations in performing contracts. 20 INNOVR architects 4 CONTRACT MANAGEMENT 4. approach As architects, INNOVA is accustomed to serving as prime consultant to our clients, coordinating the design effort, facilitating communication with all team members, and organizing the project documents. The City of Federal Way can feel confident that your project will be a priority and that the team will remain consistent through the life of each project, and there will be a clear chain of command agreed to at the onset of a project. Successful project management starts at the top with Project Manager, Scott Saladis. Scott will oversee the entire project. He will work closely with other INNOVA staff. Scott will coordinate with consultants Cross Engineers and GDM for the electrical and mechanical systems designs. Scott will directly supervise all project designers. He will hold regular team meetings to coordinate the project with INNOVA staff and subconsultants. These weekly meetings will generate various action items, which are tracked for completion at each meeting. He will perform Quality Control reviews at various stages in design, continuously report progress and updates to the City of Federal Way contact, and respond rapidly to any RFIs. INNOVA will remain as the primary point of contact for all correspondence. We retain a high level of communication with clients throughout every project. City of Federal Way staff will be involved during the entire progression of the project. We communicate through weekly meetings during both design and construction processes, and we communicate by phone and email daily or weekly as the project demands. INNOVA will initiate owner meetings for coordination of the project details. During our information gathering time period, we will communicate with the City of Federal Way about what information we are seeking, what we have gathered, and what other details you might have that would be useful to us. INNOVA will continuously report progress and updates to the City of Federal Way contact, and respond rapidly to any inquiries. We will communicate and meet with the City of Federal Way to share our findings, proposed solutions, and concepts of design items. We will then review input and feedback. INNOVA 21 architects 4. approach PUBLIC ENGAGEMENT EXPERIENCE INNOVA's primary focus of work is for government agencies and other public -sector clients; as such we have a long history of successful collaborations. This experience with public -sector clients means that we have worked on numerous projects that required interaction with complex teams comprised of the public, key stakeholders, committees, and advisory groups in order to arrive at a solution that would meet the goals of all interested parties. We understand the need to share information and acknowledge input from the community so they are invested in the success of this project. We have hosted and participated in hundreds of public meetings and workshops to gather input from users and present design alternatives, and we are skilled at eliciting valuable feedback both through individual interviews and in a group setting. Purpose of an outreach program • Involve the community in the planning of the project with the goal of gaining their acceptance and positive support of the project • Develop a better project by utilizing input from the various stakeholders affected by the project • Operate as a responsible developer within the context of the neighborhood • Satisfy the public notice requirements Goals in setting up an outreach program • Develop and maintain political and community support for the project Eliminate, or at least minimize, the possible roadblocks (administrative, political, and public) to the development project, which could create delays and added costs We have used several strategies to gain information from communities in the past. One thing we've learned is that while online polling and social media has increased the access for the public to provide feedback, the best way is still in a forum where we can create dialog and people can hear what people in the community are saying directly. The best way we have found to get good public involvement in this way is by working with our clients to maintain a list of community activists and people interested in the project that can be contacted directly. In addition to just posting notices about meetings, we've asked our clients to specifically invite those people and bring their friends. Being invited exponentially increases their commitment to attend. We come to community meetings prepared with presentations and slideshows to explain the project goals and approach and to educate all stakeholders about options for the facility. We introduce many design trends seen in similar facilities so that those unfamiliar the project can understand how the project might actually be able to serve their needs and the client can fully appreciate the diversity of programming opportunities. This provides an understanding and brings people up to date on the project and solicits useful input, eventually generating excitement and support for the project, Our aim is to facilitate an open and fair forum. While it is not always possible to get everyone involved in the project to agree, we'll create an inclusive environment that makes the community feel valued for their opinions. Treating people equitably and respectfully can result in their support for the project even if they don't agree with all aspects of it. We have been creative with how to use stakeholder and public input for programming. The following are examples of past projects that have included community input: 22 I Y I OVA architects 4. approach KING COUNTY HOUSING AUTHORITY HIGHLAND VILLAGE PHASE II BELLEVUE, WASHINGTON INNOVA worked with the King County Housing Authority and the City of Bellevue to prepare a feasibility study that validated the construction of a new 3-story, 36-unit apartment building that will maximize the affordable housing available at the Highland Village site. The Scope of Work included engaging with the community to gather feedback on the project. fNNOVA then incorporated this input into the design. ALGONA CITY HALL AND COMMUNITY CENTER ALGONA, WASHINGTON INNOVA was involved in this project from the early phases of programming, assisting the City in bringing their vision of a new Community Center and City Hall to fruition. This involved multiple scoping workshops with City staff in order to develop a better understanding of the space needs of the staff and to shape a direction for the look and feel of City Hall. The output of these workshops was then presented to the community through a series of meetings and used to generate a "wish list" of services desired by the community for their new community center. Initially envisioned as a larger building with an indoor gymnasium, INNOVA was able to take information gathered from both community meetings and meetings with city staff to present the idea of combining the Community Center and City Hall, giving the City an efficient new building that serves the community and improved the functionality of City staff. COMMUNITY RECREATION AND AQUATIC CENTER STUDY WHIDBEY ISLAND, WASHINGTON INNOVA was hired by the South Whidbey Parks and Recreation District to analyze ways for the community to reach its goal of building a facility that housed community services, active recreation, and aquatics. The approach was to build on the Parks and Recreation master plan, which proposed a facility of this type. A major challenge that drove the project's schedule was the need to provide enough information to the commissioners in time for them to decide on proceeding with a ballot measure only a few months later.Another challenge was satisfying the community's expectations while working within a tight budget. The project budget was determined by what the parks commissioners felt the voters would support in a bond; however, it was evident that it would not be enough to accommodate all of the identified desires. To gain community input and demonstrate the constraints of the budget, INNOVA hosted a community charette. Those who attended were divided into approximately 10 groups of five or more people and were given a package of Monopoly® game -style cards containing all types of program elements. Each group had to "purchase" what they most wanted within the budget. By using this interactive method, INNOVA obtained valuable input that helped prioritize the elements into current and future phases. Subsequent meetings with the community included presenting concept plans based on community input, as well as the economic impacts for construction and operation of the facility. In order to achieve the most function in a facility such as this for a relatively small community, we proposed to design spaces that maximized versatility and multi -functionality. For example, the adjacency of the party and aerobics rooms allow both to serve multiple functions as well as a combined function for parties, meetings, community events, and active recreation. The end result provided the best value for the dollar. INNOVA- 23 architects 4. approach CHELAN COMMUNITY, AQUATIC, AND RECREATION FEASIBLITY STUDY CHELAN, WASHINGTON INNOVA's collaborative working style was a key part of why we were selected for this project. We kicked off this project by meeting with key stakeholders and the pool planning committee which had been working on the idea of a community, aquatic, and recreation center for several years; and had even attempted to pass a voter measure for it in the past. We learned was they needed more information, data, and a way to substantiate the idea put to the voters. Based on the input we received, we designed two concepts for the top two sites in Chelan, Washington. Each solved the preferred program elements in different ways in order to address the site specific features. We used our proprietary recreation and aquatic center survey data to prepare an operating proforma, which ultimately was the key information needed to validate the project and costs to the voters. FUNDING We understand that the FWCC Locker Room Renovation project will be partially funded with American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) funds. INNOVA has experience integrating and coordinating different funding sources into a project. INNOVA's education division has spent decades working with the Washington State Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction (OSPI) on new construction, new -in -lieu, and modernized school facilities. Our team's understanding of the School Construction Assistance Program (SCAP) has made us one of the leaders in guiding districts to maximize available state funding assistance. Our experience and knowledge of these processes and regulations has provided our clients with successful funding. We will utilize this experience when seeking ARPA funding. We will hold planning meetings with City staff and project stakeholders early in the design process, to confirm funding allocations and facilitate preemptive submittal timing coordination efforts. AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT STANDARDS As architects we are required to be specialists in accessibility requirements. We must incorporate ADA accessibility into every portion of design: for access, use, and for all amenities offered. Our designs incorporate ADA lifts, pathways, grab bars and all the other many details required. We are familiar with the ICC/ANSI A117.1 2009 Standards which describes how accessibility is to be accomplished, gives technical requirements, and dimensions. On a Federal level, our designs adhere to the Uniform Federal Accessibility Standards (UFAS) and Americans with Disabilities Act Standards for Accessible Design (to conform to Section 504). We routinely reconfigure common areas to replace doors to achieve minimum maneuvering clearances, adding grab bars and ADA-compliant toilets and sinks; converting tubs to roll - in showers; adjusting light switches and outlet heights to be within allowed reach ranges; and updating alarms for both audible and visual notification. 24 INNOVA architects 4J Lynnwood Pool Envelope CHALLENGES WITH A POOL FACILITY Moisture Meter 4, approach Blower Door Testing Pool Facilities are technically challenging structures with unique construction requirements with regard to heat, light, and moisture. Our expert staff' offers the City of Federal Way the convenience of having a prime consulting firm that is qualified to design the pool environments identified in this project. We are a local team that will be responsive to your needs, not only during this project, but continue to serve our clients and projects for many years to come. Natatoriums are continuously filled with warm, humid air with various chemicals from the water treatment that can all play havoc on the rest of this building, as well as anything within it. A good case in point for demonstrating this would be the Lynnwood Recreation Center Pool. The facility was remodeled and expanded in-2 00 1. Within approximately 9 months, INNOVA had been contacted about putting together a team that could help investigate'the issues it was having in the natatorium: Already apparent was rusting, poor air quality, water dripping inside and outside the building envelope, and even the lifeguard's computers corroding. Being able to quickly understand the core issues of poor air systems and building envelope vapor barriers, we pulled together a team to start doing in-depth testing that led to some immediate repairs to keep the building from further damage. Jesse Barksdale of GDM Engineers eventually led the design effort to replace and upgrade the mechanical systems while we coordinated the repair of the building envelope issues where it was possible. A pool facility provides weather protection and insulation, just like any other building, but it also must control a unique interior environment of high humidity, vapor, air pressure, and chemicals, among other factors. This must be carefully controlled with the mechanical (HVAC) system hi order to work properly. Both must work in tandem to maintain the interior environment and sustain the enclosure. The design of the enclosure must be carried out in conjunction with a mechanical engineer. Ideally the natatorium enclosure shall be energy -efficient and low in maintenance. This means we would want to make sure there was good insulation and air seals. INNOVA 25 architects 5. completion date PROJECT TASKS AND HOURS The following summary of tasks and hours associated with them is based on the information provided in the RFQ as well as the extensive knowledge that INNOVA and our design team have accumulated throughout years of performing similar scopes of work on other facilities. Only after project award and establishment of scope through meetings with City staff will our team be able to finalize hours required to complete the project. Based on INNOVA's previous experience with re -plastering projects, we expect that drawings and specifications can be prepared within 4-5 weeks of project award. Permitting through the State Department of Health can be upward of 8 weeks review time, although we have experienced shorter review times in the past. SITE INVESTIGATION/ INFORMATION GATHERING Our team will review any existing documentation that is available fi•om the City, including the previously completed condition assessment. Prior to starting any design work, INNOVA's team will meet with representatives from the City of Federal Way to discuss the overall goals for the project and finalize the overall project schedule. Once the overall scope is defined, INNOVA and our design team will conduct a site visit. Estimated hours for Site Investigation/ Information Gathering: 51 hours DESIGN CONCEPTS During the conceptual design phase, we will work with the City to define the look and feel for the project and start addressing any issues related to existing conditions. Estimated hours for Design Concepts: 86 hours PUBLIC OPEN HOUSES fNNOVA will assist the City of Federal Way to coordinate and develop materials for two public open houses. Estimated hours for Public Open Houses: 10 hours DESIGN DEVELOPMENT We will further detail the design and decisions established in the Conceptual Design phase. Estimated hours for Design Development: 94 hours CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS This phase includes finished drawings and specifications prepared for construction. Finish detail design and final color and material selections will be defined. Final review and adjustments to the construction cost estimate will be made. Estimated hours for Construction Documents: 76 hours BIDDING/ CONSTRUCTION ADMINISTRATION INNOVA will support the City by responding to bidder questions and issuing the appropriate addendum. During construction, INNOVA will help streamline the process; acting as your agent, assistant and advisor. Estimated hours for Bidding/ Construction Administration: 112 hours 26 INNOVA architects 5, compietion date SCHEDULE The time frame described in the RFQ indicates that design should be 100% complete by March 2024 and permits approved by June 2024. This is a reasonable schedule that we are prepared to meet. We will work with the city and pool staff to meet specific deadlines for review periods and any required City Staff / City Council meetings etc. Shown below is a concept for a schedule of your project: M a p No a NO a O N N N N N O V N O N O N N Q a C O QI N p� 4 N N N d E N N O O O '• E v E cu E > u Cfl- Z 0 9 O Z 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 Programming & Design 0 Kick-off meeting a Review Existing Conditions/Site Assessment Report �--� Develop 30% Design �--� City review of 30% 0-0 Public Open House #1 0 Develop 85% Design �--+ City review of 85% Design Public Open House #2 Presentation to City Council Permitting Compile and submit permit documents Review (runs concurrently with 90% design) Respond to permit comments/resubmit Approved Permits Construction Documents/Bidding Develop 100% (CD) Design Documents City review of 100% Design Finalize Construction Documents City of Federal Way - Bidding Phase City of Federal Way - Award Contract/Contractor Negotiations Construction Phase Close out r-p e— w r INNOVA 27 architects 5. completion date MEETING PROJECT TIMELINES WITH EFFECTIVE SCHEDULING & COORDINATION INNOVA has provided on -budget, on -schedule projects for our clients for 50 years. We have the proven ability to create a realistic and effective vision and implementation plan for the City of Federal Way, assigning realistic time allocations to integral tasks, and identifying virtually all identifiable target dates and client requirements into a comprehensive schedule. We have an exceptional history of meeting design schedules, with none of our recent projects having exceeded their design schedules. This accuracy has enabled INNOVA to maintain a high level of performance in completing Critical Path Schedules. We believe that continuous and effective communication with the project participants throughout the project development minimizes the constraints and problems that can otherwise arise. Project Manager Scott Saladis will spearhead project presentations and is the conduit for communications within the design team and the owner to keep the project moving along on schedule. Correspondence will be documented following established standards to assure an accurate record of all aspects of the services. Prior to final review and sign -off, Scott will perform a review to make sure all requirements have been met. Each member of the team is committed to providing quality service to our clients, from administration to CAD drafters, and Project Managers to the Principal -in -Charge. Each member understands that they are playing a role in the process and is therefore accountable for their- responsibilities. In order for the plans, specifications, reports and other aspects of the design to achieve the level of organization and clarity we demand and keep the project on schedule, there must be established guidelines, roles and standards for project organization and formatting that are understood by all. These established office and industry standards are taught and kept available to each team member. 28 INNOVA architects 5. completion date COST CONTROL INNOVA's cost control efforts start early in the design process. Cost estimates are based upon known conditions, past experience, recent bid data from actual projects, and a.creative visualization of the design. Our cost estimator will price the scope of work for the time place and means and methods of the scope of work based on experience guided by cost data information. This produces unique cost data for every project that is within consistent ranges for scope of work of the project. Therefore, the baseline cost data we develop and obtain from a variety of sources is then appropriately used for the project estimate based on the conditions of the construction of the scope of work. Our Bid history confirms our methodology of pricing produces consistent construction cost data during design. We will work closely with the City of Federal Way Project Manager to control costs and reduce the risk of cost changes throughout the project. We typically review the scope of work and develop a concept design and a rough -order -of -magnitude cost estimate. Once complete, our PM discusses any concerns with the City of Federal Way regarding cost and develops solutions. As we design, we are able to contemplate the cost impact of including various sustainability elements into the facility's design. The key factor here is consideration of both development costs and life -cycle costs of the sustainable practices and products implemented. This is critical, not only to the overall health of the building, but it also serves as a good preventative maintenance measure. The overall cost savings for a building that will be owned and maintained over the years by the same entity makes sustainable design a cost-effective decision. INNOVA 29 architects 5. completion date RECENT COST CONTROL EXAMPLES INNOVA has developed a prestigious reputation in the Puget Sound region for being able to make a challenging project become successful, when at first it was not considered viable. We thrive on solving complex problems through creative means, oftentimes using cost-effective solutions to make projects viable for our clients despite financial constraints or other limitations. We provide unparalleled value for our clients by balancing good design, practical solutions, and budget considerations in a resourceful way that allows us to achieve results for our clients. INNOVA is using this unique and valuable capability to make projects viable for Cities, Park Districts, Private Businesses, Port Authorities, and the Federal Department of Defense. A private project example is in 2017 a company named IDS, a California REIT, on Wall Street developing a 820,000 square foot facility in Lacey was working with a California architect and structural engineer and the project was over budget by $1M. Based on word of mouth they were told to hire us and within one week we compiled a concept of how to save them $1.2 M dollars by approaching the structure design in a different manner. We were hired to design and complete the project, and in 2019 the construction was complete and in the end our work saved the client over $1.2 Million dollars. A public project example is in 2017 we were working for'the City of Algona to design their City Hall and community center. The concepts were initially found to be $2M over budget and the Mayor called us and said the project was cancelled due to being over budget. This budget was news to us and we asked the Mayor to allow a second opinion from a geotechnical engineer we knew. We suspected the pile foundations were a driving force for the budget problem and based on our 29-year history designing buildings on the Valley soils, we understood there were better more economical ways to deal with the soil challenges than to propose piling. We recommended a different geotechnical engineer and asked that a concept be considered where the site is pre -loaded with dirt fill to cause it to compact and get all settlements out before the new building is built. The mayor considered our proposal and the analysis proved a success. We were then able to propose a better design, still achieving all the city needed and wanted but in a manageable way that would not need expensive piling foundations and still be a quality project. The project saved $2 Million dollars and was successfully built and completed and opened in 2018. 30 I N N OVA architects CLIENT REFERENCES City of Covington Ethan Newton, Parks & Recreation Director 16720 SE 271 st Street, Suite 100 Covington, WA 98042-4964 253.480.2481 1 enewton@covingtonwa.gov Project. Covington Aquatic Center Condition Assessment City of Vancouver Jon Sears, PMP Facilities Capital Projects Manager P.O. Box 1995 Vancouver, Washington, 98668 360.487.8319 1 jon.sears@cityofvancouver.us Projects: Marshall Community Center Pool Evaluations and Renovations, Design & Construction (in progress) Eastmont Metropolitan Park District Sally Brawley Director of Parks & Recreation 255 N Georgia Avenue East Wenatchee, WA 98802 509.884.8015 1 sbrawley@eastmontparks.com Project: Eastmont Aquatic Center 0. COUNCIL MEETING DATE: December 5, 2023 ITEM #: 7b CITY OF FEDERAL WAY CITY COUNCIL AGENDA BILL SUBJECT: CISCO PHONE SYSTEM UPGRADE POLICY QUESTION: Should Council approve the purchase of Cisco WebEx Calling licensing & hardware and enter into a 60-month Cisco Enterprise Agreement with option to renew for an additional 36-months? COMMITTEE: N/A CATEGORY: ❑ Consent ® City Council Business STAFF REPORT BY: Thomas Fichtner MEETING DATE: N/A ❑ Ordinance ❑ Public Hearing ❑ Resolution ❑ Other DEPT: Information Technology Attachments: 1. Staff Report 2. Cisco Enterprise Agreement Program Terms for End Users (sample) 3. Zones quotes for WebEx Calling licensing & hardware 4. Zones Professional Services Proposal Options Considered: 1. Approve the proposed purchase and agreement. 2. Do not approve the proposed purchase and agreement and provide direction to staff. MAYOR'S RECOMMENDATION: Option 1. MAYOR APPROVAL: COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION: N/A DIRECTOR APPROVAL: t a Initial/Date Committee Chair Committee Member Committee Member PROPOSED COUNCIL MOTION: "I move approval of the proposed purchase from Zones, LLC. and authorize the Mayor to execute the .Cisco Enterprise Agreement for a total five years and not -to -exceed the amount of $395, 000. " (BELOW TO BE COMPLETED BY CITY CLERK'S OFFICE) COUNCIL ACTION: ❑ APPROVED COUNCIL BILL # ❑ DENIED First reading ❑ TABLED/DEFERRED/NO ACTION Enactment reading ❑ MOVED TO SECOND READING (ordinances only) ORDINANCE # REVISED — 11/2019 RESOLUTION # CITY OF FEDERAL WAY MEMORANDUM DATE: November 29, 2023 TO: City Council Members VIA: Jim Ferrell, Mayor FROM: Thomas Fichtner, I.T. Department SUBJECT: Cisco Phone System Upgrade Financial Impacts: In the 2023 IT Capital Budget, $40,000 was appropriated for this project, which was not sufficient due to inflation and the rising costs of labor and computer hardware. As part of the 2023 year-end Budget Amendment, the $40,000 was carryforward to 2024 in anticipation of this project. Detailed later in this Staff Report, it is recommended not to replace the servers, but instead migrate to the WebEx Calling platform. As part of this migration, there is additional hardware and professional services required, which will require additional funding for this project, in addition to the $40,000 included in the 2023 year-end Budget Amendment. The Information Technology Capital Replacement Reserve Fund, has sufficient balance to fund this project. As part of the first Budget Amendment in 2024, IT will request an additional $135,000 from the IT Capital Replacement Reserve Fund (502) to cover the total cost of this project. The on -going operational and support costs are included within the existing 2023/2024 Information Technology M&O budget. Upon completion of the Cisco WebEx Calling project, the total one-time cost to the City in 2024 will be $182,947, while the total ongoing operation and support costs are estimated at $45,973.89 annually. No payments will be made out of the 2023 budget. All pricing quoted is on the NASPO or NCPA procurement contracts, which the City is authorized to use as purchasing vehicles. Background Information: In 2016, the City migrated from an Avaya analog Private Branch Exchange (PBX) telephone system to the current on -premise Cisco Unified Communications Manager (CUCM) telephone system. At that time the City purchased servers, desk phones, a router, and all associated Rev. 7/18 licensing and professional services to complete the project. The CUCM telephone system is powered by two servers hosted in the City's datacenter. The City has maintained these servers for the past seven years and now they have reached the end of their functional life, are no longer supported by Cisco, and need to be replaced. While working with Cisco and our vendor, Zones, LLC., to investigate replacement options, Cisco presented two paths; upgrade the servers and stay on -premise, or migrate to their Cisco WebEx Calling cloud platform. The price and features of the WebEx Calling platform were intriguing and the City chose to do additional research on the WebEx Calling platform to see if it would accommodate the City's needs and would be a cost-effective system into the future. As outlined in the comparison chart below, the City would actually be saving a significant amount of money over five and eight years with the Cisco WebEx Calling platform. Cisco UCM (On -Premise) WebEx Calling (Cloud) Hardware one-time Hardware (one-time BE7K UCS Servers Capital Purchase $ 31,917.24 8832 Conf Phone Replacement (8) $ 5,198.56 VMWare vSphere 8 Std (1 CPU, 32 Core) 3 Yr $ 1,659.38 8851 Desk Phone Replacement (30) $ 9,828.30 Cisco 8300 VoIP Router Capital Purchase $ 14,444.49 6821 Public Phones (8) $ 538.64 8832 Conf Phone Replacement (8) $ 6,076.40 VG400-8FXS (1) $ 2,389.29 VG400-8FXS (1) $ 2,389.29 VG400-6FXS/6FXO (1) '$ 4,195.02 VG400-6FXS/6FXO (1) $ 3,352.81 VG400-4FXS/4FXO (1) 1 $ 2,441.95 VG400-4FXS/4FXO (1) $ 2,441.95 VG400-2FXS/2FXO (3) $ 5,073.57 VG400-2FXS/2FX0 (3) $ 5,073.57 _ Alarm/Elevator System Upgrade Est. (CH/FWCC/PAEC $7,500.00 Professional Services (one- time) Professional Services (one- time) Zones Migration Services $ 52,187.00 Zones Migration Services $ 55,872.00 Rev. 7/18 Annual Subscription/ Maintenance(On-Going)_ $ 20,940.49 Annual Subscription/ Maintenance(On-Going) FLEX Licensing (Annual) EntW WebEx Calling A- FLEX-EACL (381) (20% growth) $ 31,469.46 *275 Knowledge Worker/330 Device & VM/138 Common Areagrowth) Outbound Calling Plan A- AUD-OCPI-EA (381) (20% $ 12,584.43 Lumen T1/SIP/Long Distance - $1373.89 Monthly Average) $ 16,486.68 *includes Long Distance within US and Canada Lumen Copper Lines - ($650 Monthly Average) $ 7,800.00 SmartNet for UCS Servers (Annual! $ 1,342.53 DID Parking (100 DIDs @ $.85/mo ea) $ 1,020.00 SmartNet for VoIP Router (Annual! $ 1,618.42 VMWare vSphere Standard 1 CPU Annual $ 970.83 Cellular Plans for Alarms & Elevators ($75/mo Est.) (CH/FWCC/PAEC $ 900.00 Totals Totals Total one-time Hardware/Professional Services(including tax) $131,615.89 Total one-time Hardware/Professional Services(including tax $ 102,434.10 Total Annual Subscri tion/Maint/Lumen $ 49,158.95 Total Annual Subscription $ 45,973.89 Total 5-year Cost $377,410.66 Total 5-year Cost $ 332,303.57 Total 8-year Cost $623,515.68 Total 8-year Cost $ 470,225.26 *With estimated hardware refresh @ year 7/8 for new servers, software, professional services. This estimate includes a 15% inflation estimate based on today's pricing listed above. Optional Room Equipment (one-time) Cisco Room Bar Pro (1) $ 5,256.52 Cisco Room Kit Plus (3) $ 23,867.13 Cisco Room Kit Plus Extra Mic 2 $ 426.04 Cisco Room Kit Pro (1) $ Rev. 7/18 15,504.67 Cisco Room Kit Pro Extra Mic 1 $ 732.88 Cisco 730 Headsets (50) $ 12,119.50 Cisco 562 Headsets (50) $ 11,171.00 Cisco Webcam 1080p (50) $ 4,049.50 Total Optional Equipment (includin tax $80,513.09 Total 5-year Cost (including optional room _quip $412,816.66 $550,738.34 Total 8-year cost (including optional room e ui ment) Zones Total NTE (5- years): $394,959.16 **Gray shading in the WebEx column above indicates a cost not associated with WebEx/Zones. As shown in the pricing comparison chart above, the WebEx calling platform saves the City $45,107.08 over 5-years (60 months) and with the option to renew for an additional 3-years (36 months), the City saves a combined total of $153,209.42 over the existing CUCM on -premise system. This calculation is including the necessary replacement of the CUCM servers again during years 7/8. In addition to long-term savings, some of the benefits of the WebEx Calling platform include: • Hosted entirely by Cisco; the City will not need to maintain, patch, upgrade and secure servers in the datacenter. • The voice lines are also hosted by Cisco, which would eliminate the need for copper CenturyLink/Lumen T-1 lines at City Hall. • The WebEx Calling plans include long distance within the United States and Canada (which the City currently pays per minute for). • Significantly easier management of the phone system, reducing the technical skills gap that will be created by the upcoming retirement of the City's telecom expert. ■ WebEx Calling works with the large majority of the City's existing Cisco desk phones and they will not need to be replaced. This City will need to purchase new conference phones, 50 new desk phones, and 5 public area phones, to replace the phones that are currently in -use, but not supported by WebEx Calling. Rev. 7/18 • WebEx Calling includes limited version of WebEx Meetings, which allows for some video conferencing using WebEx (up to 40 minutes) for all staff. This can be upgraded if the City chooses to in the future. • WebEx Calling also includes instant messaging within the City between staff for an easier and quicker form of communication than email. • WebEx Calling is accessible from anywhere on any device (desk phone, PC, laptop, iPhone, iPad, etc.) maximizing mobility options in the future. • If the City's network experiences an unforeseen outage, phones will still be active in the cloud and on other devices such as iPhones. The current on -premise system is unable to do this. • The Cisco Enterprise Agreement includes up to 20% licensing growth on the WebEx Calling platform which, at an initial license purchase of 381, equates to up to 76 additional licenses before additional licenses need to be purchased. The City did look at the direct competitor, Teams Phone, by Microsoft, which would be an add - on to the Teams Meetings that is already included with the City's existing Microsoft M365 G3 licensing. When priced out, the Teams Phone solution would cost the City an estimated extra $33,000 per year in reoccurring costs ($165,000 over five years and $264,000 over eight years), however all of the desk phones would need to be replaced causing a much higher one-time capital cost for phones and a steeper learning curve for staff. While it would make sense to consolidate to one platform instead of utilizing Zoom, Teams, and WebEx, it didn't make sense due to the high cost up -front and ongoing. The Teams platform (launched in 2017) is also not as mature as the WebEx platform (launched in 1995). Rev. 7/18 Cisco Confidential Cisco Cisco Enterprise Agreement Program Terms for End Users 1) Program Overview. a) EA Program. The Cisco Enterprise Agreement buying program (the "EA Program") provides You access to certain Cisco Technology and Services offered as Suites and Add-ons. b) Applicable Terms. These terms ("EA Program Terms") together with the applicable Enrollment Descriptions and End User Information Form ("EUIF"), which are incorporated by this reference, govern the EA Program. The End User Terms govern Your Use of the Cisco Technology and Services purchased under the EA Program ("Purchased Suites"). Any capitalized terms not defined in these EA Program Terms have the meanings set out in the End User Terms. You agree to the terms of these EA Program Terms by the earlier of You (a) placing Your initial order for Suites offered under the EA Program with an Approved Source, or (b) signing these Program Terms. 2) Purchases and Adjustments a) Ordering. All purchases will be made through Your Approved Source and all pricing will be provided by Your Approved Source. You may purchase Suites under the EA Program after Cisco has received the EUIF signed by Your authorized representative listing (a) Your Participating Affiliates; (b) the Purchased Suites; (c) the Suite Term; and (d) accurate Meter counts for You and all Participating Affiliates. You can then place an order for the Purchased Suites according to the process set forth in Your purchasing agreement with the Approved Source. Your first order under the EA Program must meet the minimum requirements for the EA Program ("Initial EA Order"). b) Purchasing Additional Suites. 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Basic Services are included in the price of the Purchased Suite and described in the applicable Enrollment Description and End User Terms. Higher levels of Services may be available for You to purchase as described in documentation provided to You at the time of purchase. d) Payment Obligations and Growth. The Approved Source relies on the information You provide in the EUIF to establish the EA Commitment. During the Suite Term, Your EA Commitment may increase as a result of increases in Use or Your purchase of additional Suites or Add-ons. i) True Forward. "True Forward" is Cisco's periodic review and prospective billing process for increases in Use above Your then -current Entitlement. Cisco will conduct a True Forward review on an annual basis. At a True Forward review, if Your Use is greater than Your then -current Entitlement for the measured Suite or Add -on, then (i) You will be invoiced and will pay for all charges for such increased Use for the remainder of the Suite Term, and (ii) Your Entitlement for that Suite or Add -on will be adjusted on a going -forward basis to the increased Use level. (1) Initial Growth Cap. If Your Use at anytime during the first six months of the Suite Term exceeds 105% of Your then -current Entitlement ("Initial Growth Cap"), then Cisco has the right to (1) issue to Your Approved Source(s) a True Forward invoice for all associated charges for such increased Use over the applicable Entitlement for the remainder of the Suite Term, after accounting for any applicable Growth Allowance; and (2) adjust Your Entitlement for that Suite or Add -on on a going -forward basis to the increased Use level. (2) Growth Allowance. 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Your payment obligation will be based on the EA Commitment by You and any Participating Affiliates. You remain responsible for all actions and payment of all charges incurred by You, any of Your Participating Affiliates, or any individual otherwise permitted by You or any of Your Affiliates to access or order Suites and Add-ons. In addition, You will provide Your Approved Source with an updated list of Participating Affiliates to ensure compliance with the EA Program. 3) Term & Termination a) EA Term. These EA Program Terms will remain in effect until expiration or termination of all the Suites and Add-ons purchased in Your Initial EA Order ("EA Term"). b) Suite Term. 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Cisco DNA, Cisco Data Center, Cisco Security Choice, Cisco Meraki, Cisco Services, and Cisco Collaboration Flex Plan each represent an Enrollment. g) "Enrollment Description" means the description of EA Program features applicable to the Cisco Technology and Services in an Enrollment. h) "Entitlement" means the type, duration, and quantity of Suites and Add-Ons that You have committed to acquire, as adjusted (e.g., as a result of a True Forward). i) "EUIF" means the End User Information Form for the Purchased Suite. j) "Meter" means the unit of measurement for Cisco Technology and Services Use. k) "Participating Affiliates" means Your Affiliates whose Meter counts are included on the EUIF, © 2023 Ciscoand/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. This document is Cisco Confidential Information. May 14, 2023 Cisco Confidential Cisco 1) "Services" means maintenance, technical assistance, or other support provided for the Cisco Technology in a Purchased Suite. m) "Suite" means a defined combination of Cisco Technology and Services made available under the EA Program. n) "Suite Start Date" means, with respect to each Purchased Suite, the earliest date any Cisco Technology in the Purchased Suite is made available for You to Use. o) "Suite Term" means, with respect to each Purchased Suite, the duration of the Purchased Suite. p) "Use" means to download, install, activate, provision, enable, or otherwise access Software or Cloud Services available under the EA Program. q) "You" or "Your" means the individual or legal entity purchasing Cisco Technology and Services under the EA Program as identified on the EUIF. ©2023Cisco and/or its affiliates All rights reserved This document is Cisco Confidential Information May 14,2023 Cisco Confidential r I I I r I I I r Cisco End User Information Form For End Users of the Cisco Flex Plans To purchase the Cisco Collaboration Flex Plan Enrollment or Cisco Spark Flex Plan under the Enterprise Agreement ("EA") an authorized representative of the End User must complete this form in its entirety and sign it. Your signature is required on this form prior to receiving access to the program. This form will be used ensure that You understand the terms of use that apply to Your Flex Plan. You will then be required to place an order for the Purchased Suite(s) according to the process set forth in Your purchasing agreement with the Approved Source. End User Overview Full Legal Name of the End User Organization (e.g., company, government entity Address of End User's principal place of business Participating Cisco requires any Participating Affiliate(s) for which you are purchasing coverage to be included in this End User Information Form. Cisco relies on this list to define the scope of the agreement, ensure accurate pricing, as well as effective provisioning and support. Participating Affiliate(s) ❑ None ❑ Only listed Participating Affiliates (to be recorded immediately below) Participating Affiliates ©2023Ciscoand/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. This document is Cisco Confidential Information. May 14, 2023 5 Cisco Confidential Cisco Collaboration Flex Plan Enrollment I11I.I11. Cisco You will have access to the Software and/or Services in the Suite(s) you purchase, as identified in any orders You place through Your Approved Source. Any additional purchases can be made by placing an order for the Purchased Suites according to the process set forth in Your purchasing agreement with the Approved Source. ❑ Cisco Collaboration Webex Suite Enterprise Agreement ❑ Cisco Collaboration Flex Plan Meetings Enterprise Agreement ❑ Cisco Collaboration Flex Plan Calling Enterprise Agreement ❑ Cisco Collaboration Flex Plan for Education Meetings Enterprise Agreement ❑ Cisco Collaboration Flex Plan for Education Calling Enterprise Agreement ❑ Cisco Collaboration Flex Plan Enterprise Agreement for Public Sector ❑ Cisco Collaboration Webex Suite Enterprise Agreement for FedRAMP ❑ Cisco Collaboration Flex Plan Enterprise Agreement for FedRAMP ❑ Cisco Collaboration Enterprise Agreement Webex for Defense End User Acceptance THE UNDERSIGNED REPRESENTS THAT THEY ARE AUTHORIZED TO SIGN THIS FORM ON THE END USER'S BEHALF AND THAT THE INFORMATION PROVIDED IS ACCURATE AS OF THE DATE OF SIGNATURE. THE UNDERSIGNED UNDERSTANDS THAT THE TERMS AND CONDITIONS ABOVE WILL APPLY IF AN ORDER IS PLACED. Full Legal Name of the End User Organization (e.g., company, government entity) You Represent Last Name, First Name ` 1 Title Date End User Authorized Representative Signature 0 2023 Ciscoand/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. This document is Cisco Confidential Information. May 14, 2023 Cisco Confidential 1I1I.I1I. Cisco Cisco Collaboration Flex Plan Enrollment Description & Supplemental EA Program Terms This Enrollment Description lists the available Suites under the Cisco Collaboration Flex Plan and additional terms and conditions that apply to the Cisco Collaboration Flex Plan Enrollment. You may purchase any or all of the Suites listed below, and for any particular Suite You purchase, You may select any or all of the available licenses listed. Purchasing a particular Suite does not give You access to licenses in another Suite. Cisco Collaboration Webex Meetings Cloud Service J Cisco I Webex App Cloud Service Webex Suite Collaboration Flex Plan OD; Webex Calling; or Cloud Service Webex Calling Dedicated EULA Instance Software Cisco Unified Communications Manager On -Premises Calling Webex Webinars Cloud Service Webex Events (formerly Cloud Service Cisco Webex "Socio") I Events OD; EULA Cisco Collaboration Cisco Meeting Server Software Cisco Flex Plan Meetings Webex Meetings Cloud Service Collaboration Enterprise Webex App Cloud Service Flex Plan OD; Agreement EULA Suite Cisco Cc Flex Plai Enterpri Agreem Licenses License Type Lice D. Ilaboration Webex App Cloud Service Cisc Cloud Service i Calling Webex Calling; or Coll ie Webex Calling for SP; or Flex ant Webex Calling (formerly EUL Cisco Spark Call); or Webex Calling Dedicated Instance Cloud Service UCM Cloud Calling Cisco Unified Partner Software Hosted Communications Manager Calling Cisco Unified Software Communications Manager On -Premises Calling Iboration Plan OD; a Deployed Knowledge Worker Deployed Knowledge Worker Deployed Knowledge Worker © 2023 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. This document is Cisco Confidential Information. May 14, 2023 7 Cisco Confidential r I I I r I I I r Cisco Cisco Cisco Meeting Server Software Cisco Deployed Collaboration Webex Meetings Cloud Service Collaboration Knowledge Flex Plan for — Flex Plan OD; Worker; Cloud Service Education Webex App EULA Student Meetings Enterprise Agreement Cisco Webex Calling (formerly Cloud Service Cisco Deployed Collaboration Cisco Collaboration Flex Knowledge Flex Plan for Spark Call) Plan OD; EULA Worker Education Calling Enterprise Cisco Unified Software Agreement Communications Manager On -Premises Calling Cisco Webex Meetings Cloud Service Cisco , Deployed Collaboration FedRAMP Collaboration Flex Knowledge Flex Plan Cisco Unified Cloud Service Plan OD; EULA Worker Enterprise I Communications ` I Agreement for I Manager Cloud for Public Sector I Government Calling Cisco Collaboration Webex Meetings FedRAMP Cloud Service Flex Plan Enterprise Agreement for Cisco Unified Cloud Service FedRAMP Communications Manager Cloud for Government Calling Cisco Unified Software Communications Manager On -Premises Calling Webex App FedRAMP Cloud Service © 2023 Cisco and/or its affiliates. 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