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AG 90-012 .. , C!./I 6' rð - /.::J.. " 8 -- AGREEMENT BETWEEN KING COUNTY AND THE CITY OF FEDERAL WAY Relating to Monitoring of Contracts for Services and Cost Differentials of Certain Contracts THIS IS AN AGREEMENT between King County, a home rule charter county, a political subdivision of the State of Washington, hereinafter referred to as the "County", and the of Federal Way, a municipal corporation of the state of Washington, hereinafter referred to as the "city". WHEREAS the city will incorporate and commence operation on February 28, 1990; and city WHEREAS beginning February 28, 1990, the County will provide municipal services to the City through contracts; and WHEREAS the County has estimated the costs of these services and the city has relied upon these estimates in developing its 1990 budget; and WHEREAS the city and the County desire to monitor service provision and the actual costs thereof; NOW THEREFORE, the County and city hereby agree: ð. ()~ ~~ nVr:,,':)~~-kt\..l (+-tk (\\-'\ C)\J(\C', \) 1. Contract Monitoring. A contract monitoring committee, / composed of the city Manager, a representative of the County// Executi ve).aM a representative of the County Council, /í"wTIr meet quarterly to review service provision and costs for the following interlocal agreements: --Public and Environmental Health. --District court Services. --Jail Booking and Maintenance. --Law Enforcement Services. --Surface Water Management. --Solid Waste. --Animal Control. --For Hire Vehicle Licensing. --Security Guard Licensing. --Roads and Traffic Maintenance. --Roads Capital Improvement Program. --Real Property. ~ ~.( This contract monitoring is in addition to the routine contract administration activities provided for in the particular agreements. The committee will be available to elected officials to report on significant performance and costs issues. For information on particular agreements, the County representatives will consult with and, as appropriate, secure assistance from the County agencies providing the service. 2. Cost Differentials. For the Health, District Court, and Jail agreements, where the city will be billed for actual cost and ORIGINAL " ~ 8 8 useage of the service, should the amount billed for calendar year 1990 exceed one hundred and fifteen percent (115%) of the amount estimated by the County (see Exhibit 1), the city may elect to extend the payment period, paying the amount above the 115% over a two year period. The city shall present the County with a payment schedule by January 31, 1991. Interest at the rate the county could have earned on overnight investments shall be assessed monthly on any unpaid balance in 1992. At any time, the city may make full or additional partial payments on the amount due, with no prepayment penalty. 3. Aqreements in Principle. Both parties recognize that the transition of authorities and responsibilities from the County to the City involves not only decisions and agreements on provision of major municipal services but also numerous other matters. Many of the latter require study that could not be accomplished satisfactorily within the time available prior to incorporation. Therefore, the parties have noted the following subjects for further discussion and, if necessary, agreements: a. Honoring by the City of all unexpired licenses issued by the County, e.g., animal licenses. b. Transfer of park and recreation facilities currently operated by the County which will be within the city limits. c. Transfer of road mitigation fees collected and/or conditioned as part of land use application approval. 4. Duration. This Agreement is effective February 28, 1990 provided the agreement has been duly authorized and signed by both parties. The agreement shall renew automatically from year to year so long as any other agreements referenced in Section 1 above are in effect, unless either party provides sixty days written notice to terminate the agreement, provided that during 1990 the County may not terminate the agreement, and provided further that once the City elects an extended payment schedule that schedule may continue beyond the term of this Agreement unless amended by the city. 5. Amendments. This Agreement may be amended at any time by mutual written agreement of the parties. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the parties have executed this agreement. K~ COUNTY \'~ K1ng County Executive A~~ ~ing County Prosecuting Attorney Date CITY OF FED~~L WAY ,¿~;:> ~.,///~/ ",. ,-' ..' .'/;^, ./\ .;/-c¡{/ ~~~ ~¡C City MaQáger 'Da e as to Form ~ 2/6/90 jbc umbrel " 8 8 . EXHIBIT 1 Cost Differentials - Federal Way 12 month estimate 10 month estimate 115% Health $481,500 $401,250 $461,400 District Court 196,800 164,000 188,600 Jail 251,600 209,700 241,100 umbrel jbc 2.6.90 ./ ": ... '. ~. dIL~!~9õ 8 ',~. " '¿ø J ..~, /, rc,' /c,' / l ""'~~~' , ! û:s 70-::5/ ! Oð/J f'O-;;1? ~f~( /V- tJäJ 7'0-D8 'i,'~~~' 1:5 /c¡ /5'- !(ç (7 (J? ! j'- /~ Ie¡ c;;J I ¿;;:5 c::? s- ó'~ $;;.2. ':,