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AG 94-064File f Record at the Reque t King unty ce of 0 n pace NT INTERLOCAL COOPERATION AGREEME BETWEEN KING COUNTY AND THE CITY OF FEDERAL WAY 1993 REGIONAL CONSERVATION FUTURES ACQUISITION PROGRAM t'� �1 c`� O t`y C� This Interlocal Cooperation Agreement is entered �nto between the City of Federal Way ("City") and King County ("County"). ARTICLB I. RECITALS On March 8, 1993, the King County Council passed Ordinance 10750 which authorized the 1993 Regional Conservation Futures Acquisition Program and declared the Council's intent to issue bonds to finance the acquisition of public open spaces, funded through the Conservation Futures tax levy to pay the principal and interest on such bonds. Projects to be funded from bond proceeds include projects of Extraordinary Regional Significance, Loca1 Projects in Unincorporated King County, Local Projects of The City of Seattle and Local Projects in Suburban Cities. Prior to the distribution of bond proceeds by the County to an eligible jurisdiction, Ordinance No. 10750 requires execution of an Interlocal Cooperation Agreement containing provisions necessary to satisfy applicable federal tax laws and regulations and to make certain other provisions. On August 25, 1993, the King County Open Space Citizens Oversight Committee (the "Committee") approved its recommended allocation of the 1993 Regional Conservation Futures Acquisition Program funds from the Regional and Suburban City Local Projects categories pursuant to i� Ordinance 10750. On October 11, 1993, the King County Council, by Ordinance 11068, I approved the allocation of funds to projects. In consideration of the mutual covenants contained herein, and Washington State Chapter 39.34, the parties agree as follows: CFT INTERLOCAL FEDERAL WAIf o. 1 DECEMBER 29, 1993 OR1Gi�IA�. d ri O c�'� t�7 ARTICLE II. DEFINITIONS 2.1. Administrative Costs. All negotiation, general management and indirect expenses incurred by City in implementing the Projects, including, without limitation, King County staffing costs of the Committee and costs of overseeing the Program. 2.2. �.i,creement. This interlocal cooperation agreement between the County and the City regarding the distribution of proceeds from the sale of bonds for open space as described and authorized by the Program Ordinances. 2.3. Bond Ordinance. King County Ordinance 11121, passed November 22, 1993, authorized the issuance and sale of bonds to finance the projects authorizing by Ordinance No. 10750 and Ordinance 11068 or subsequently approved by the County. 2.4. Bond Proeeeds. The principal proceeds received from the sale of bonds. The term shall not include accrued interest on the bonds paid by the original purchaser of the bonds or any earnings received from the investment of bond principal. 2.5. Bond Redemption Fund. The County fund designated by ordinance for the purpose of paying the principal of and interest on any bonds issued by the County. 2.6. o ds. Any bonds, notes or other evidence of indebtedness sold pursuant to the Bond Ordinance and any refunding bonds issued in lieu thereof 2.7. eapital Costs. The term "capital costs" shall be construed consistent with the term "capital purposes" in Article VII, 2(b) of the Washington State Constitution. The term shall not include the replacement of equipment. The term may include payinent for all costs related to acquiring real property, including, without limitation, real estate appraisals, legal and acquisition costs; making qualified reimbursements; paying necessary project administration expenses; staffing costs of the Citizens Oversight Committee; interest payments on any interim financing pending the receipt of Bond Proceeds; and paying the costs and expenses incurred in issuing the bonds, administering the planning and distribution of Bond Proceeds and other on-going administrative costs of overseeing the Program. CFT 1NTERLOCAL FEDERAL WAY 2 DECEMBER 29, 1993 r O c"i ��Q' 2.8. citizens oversiQht committee or Committee That King County Open Space Citizen Oversight Committee established following enactment of Ordinance 9071 and authorized under Ordinance 10750 to review and report to the King County Council on implementation of the 1993 Regional Conservation Futures Acquisition Program. The Committee is also responsible for recommending to the Council reallocations of Bond Proceeds when available for new or revised projects. 2.9. Chief Finanaial Officer. The person serving as chief financial officer of the County's Office of Financial Management. 2.10. Code. The Internal Revenue Code of 1986, as amended, together with all applicable regulations. 2.11. CA74i�rvati3OA Futures. The term "conservation futures" means the fee simple or any lesser interest, development right, easement, covenant, or other contractual right necessary in order to protect, preserve, maintain, improve, restore, limit future use of, or otherwise conserve open space land which may be acquired by purchase, gift, grant, bequest, devise, lease or otherwise, except by eminent domain, all in accordance with the provisions of RCW 84.34 and King County Ordinances 10750 and 11068. 2.12. O ep n Space. The term "open space" or "open space land" shall have the same meaning as set forth in RCW 84.34.20 as now or hereafter amended. This statute currently defines these terms as (a) any land area so designated by official comprehensive land use plan and adopted by a city or county and zoned accordingly, or (b) any land area, the preservation of which in its present use would (i) conserve and enhance natural or scenic resources, (ii) protect streams or water supply, (iii) promote conservation of soils, wetlands, beaches or tidal marshes, (iv) enhance the value to the public of abutting and neighbor- ing parks, forests, wildlife reserves, natural reservations or sanctu- aries or other open space, (v) enhance recreational activities, (vi) preserve historic sites, or (vii) retain in its natural state, tracts of land not less than five acres situated in an urban area and open to public use on such conditions as may be reasonably required by the legislative body granting the open space classification. 2.13. $rocram. The 1993 Regional Conservation Futures Acquisition Program as authorized by the Program Ordinances. CFT INTERLOCAL FEDERAL YAY 3 DECEMBER 29, 1993 1 2.i�o Proctram Ordinances. The term "Program Ordinances" means King County Ordinances 10750 and 11068 and the Bond ordinance. 2.15. Pro ect. The term "Project" means a specific project for acquisition of open space to which any Bond Proceeds are allocated which meet open space criteria as described in Ordinance 10750, Attachments A, B and C, and RCW 84.34.020. 2.16. Proiect Cateqories. As set forth in Ordinance No. 10750, Project Categories are the Regional Projects, King County Local Projects, Suburban City Local Projects or Seattle Local Projects. Z.17. Qualitied Reimbursements. Reimbursements of advances for Project costs made after the enactment of Ordinance 10750 from other funds in anticipation of the receipt of Bond Proceeds as evidenced by written records made contemporaneously with such advances and in a form acceptable to the Chief Financial Officer. This includes interest charges paid to acquire interim financing. 2.18. aope Chanqe. The terms "scope change" means a deviation or change in a project's description that results in a more than 10�, but less than 50�, increase, decrease or difference in a project�s total acreage or budget. If a deviation or change in a project's description results in an increase, decrease or difference in a project's acreage or budget of greater than 50�, it shall be considered a new project. For Seattle, such a change that results solely from application of funds from its ��Unprogrammed Project Funding" Project sh�all not be considered a"scope change" or a"new project". 2.19. T�xable BonSs. Bonds on which the interest is included in the gross income of recipients thereof by reason of the failure to comply with applicable requirements of the Code. 2.20. Tax Exempt Bonda. Bonds on which the interest is not included in the gross income of the recipients thereof by reason of section 103(a) of the Code of 1986 as amended. ARTICLL III. TERM OF AGRLEMENT. This Agreement shall continue in full force and effect and bind the parties hereto upon execution of the Agreement by both parties. The term of the Agreement shall be indefinite. The Agreement will terminate only if the City (i) is unable or unwilling to expend the CfT 1NTERLOCAL FEDERAL WAY 4 DECENBER 29, 1993 funds provided through this Agreement, (ii) satisfies the matching requirements, if any, contained in this Agreement, and (iii) upon reimbursement by the City to the County of all unexpended funds provided by the County pursuant to this Agreement in the manner and 4.3 4.4 4.5, 4.6, amounts described b elow. The terms of Sections 7,1, 7.2 and 9.1 shall survive termination of this Agreement. ARTICLE IV. CONDITIONS OF AGREEMENT. 4.1. �,roiect Descrivtion. Those Projects currently approved by the County are listed in Attachment A, which is incorporated herein by reference. All Projects must meet open space criteria as described in King County Ordinance 10750, Attachment B, and RCW 84.34. City may propose a scope change to a project's description by providing a written request to the Office of Open Space and to the Committee and by submitting with such request a revised implementation schedule reflecting such proposed scope change. The Committee shall have forty- t� five (45) days to review and recommend approval or disapproval to the Council of the City's proposed scope change. The King County Executive shall submit the City proposal and the Committee recommendation to the King County Council which shall determine by established procedures for King County Capital Improvement Projects whether or not to make such scope change. �.2. Proiect imolementation. Project Implementation shall proceed upon the schedule as set forth in Attachment B, which is incorporated herein by reference, or as set forth in approved modifications to the implementation schedule set forth in Attachment B. The parties recognize that delay in implementation of Projects may jeopardize the financial viability of the Projects as currently approved and the tax exempt status of interest on the Bonds. The City, therefore, certifies that, as to its Projects, it has reviewed its real property acquisition procedures, commits to all reasonable action and will proceed with due diligence to ensure that its Projects are expeditiously completed in accordance with the Project implementation schedule, and that it will give highest priority to those properties where there is a particular threat of conversion to a more intensive use or increases in acquisition costs. If City has not demonstrated CFT INTERLOCAL fEDERAI WAY 5 DECEMBER 29, 1993 through its October 1994 semi-annual reporting pursuant to Article VI of this Agreement that it has made substantial progress in implementing a project, the Council may, after receipt of the Executive's acquisition progress report as provided in Ordinance 11068, reallocate project funds or extend project completion deadline. Any pro�ect funds not expended by October 20, 1995 shall be reprogrammed to other projects. 4.3. IIse of Funcls. Funds in the form of Bond Proceeds made available to the City pursuant to this Agreement, as well as matching funds provided by the City pursuant to this Agreement, may be used to defray capital costs of projects pursuant to the Program Ordinances, RCW 84.34 and this Agreement. Funds utilized pursuant to this Agreement may not be used to purchase Conservation Futures obtained through the exercise of eminent domain. Seattle may apply funds from its "Unprogrammed Program Funding" Project to any other Project in its sole discretion. r! 4.4. Proj ect Administration and Mainteaance ia Pernetuitv. The m City shall perform and bear all of the cost of all necessary O M administration and maintenance for its Projects. O a The City, or any successor in interest, agrees to maintain O� properties acquired with funds provided pursuant to this Agreement as open space in perpetuity. If the City wishes to change the status or use of properties acquired with funds provided pursuant to this Agreement to any other purpose, the City shall, at the County�s discretion, pay the County an amount in cash equal to the property's fair market value or substitute other property of equal or better market and open value acceptable to the County. In either case, the value of property shall be established at the time of the change in status or use, based on the best and highest use and not necessarily based on its value as open space. At its own cost, the City will provide the County an independent M.A.I. appraisal of such Property's fair market value in accordance with this section. The value established by the appraisal will not be binding on the County. The City shall provide the County with written notice of its desire to the change of use of the Property and shall submit such M.A.I. appraisal and proposed substitute properties with 6 DECEMBER 29, 1993 CfT 1NTERLOCAL FEDERAL WAY y such notice. The County shall within ninety (90) days respond by (i) accepting such appraised value; (ii) requesting additional information regarding such proposed substitute land; or (iii) rejecting both the appraised value and proposed substitutes. The County shall not unreasonably exercise its discretion and shall work with the City to expeditiously resolve issues relating to an acceptable valuation or substitution. If and when the County has agreed upon an acceptable valuation or substitution, the City shall either pay the County the full amount of the valuation or record appropriate declarations of restrictive covenants upon the substitute property. The City shall not change the use of the Property until the County has agreed in writing to an acceptable substitution or valuation and made such payment or recorded such declarations. Nothing herein shall prevent the City from granting easements, franchises or concessions or from making joint use agreements or other operational agreements which are compatible with the use of a Project t'� for the purposes authorized in this Agreement and the Program e�f p Ordinances and do not materially diminish the open space value of the c� Property. The City shall notify the County of all such proposed O c� franchises, concessions or agreements not less than thirty (30) days prior to their effect. 4.5. Bpecial Conditions. As set forth in the Ordinances, the Agreement between the County and the City may contain special conditions. If applicable, such special conditions are described on Attachments A, B and C and are incorporated herein by reference. 4.6. Signs. The City shall install, within three months of acquisition, and maintain signs identifying the property purchased under the Program as having been acquired under King County's 1993 Regional Conservation Futures Acquisition Program. Such signs shall be clearly visible to the public entering upon the Property or, where public access is inappropriate, clearly visible from the public right- of-way to the extent practicable. Such signs shall be of an appropri- ate size (generally not smaller than two feet by three feet) and such identification shall be as prominent as any other identifications of the Property. The City also shall install within three months of the date of this Agreement or within three months of the date of CFT INTERLOCAL FEDERAL WAY 7 DECEMBER 29, 1993 acquisition and maintain similar signs on all property acquired with funds under the 1989 King County Open Space Bond Program identifying the property as having been acquired under such Program. 4.7 Recording of this Aareement. As part of the closing of escrow of the acquisition of any Conservation Future upon any parcel within a Project, City shall record with King County's Department of Records and Elections either this Agreement or a memorandum of this Agreement in a form approved in writing by the County. �iRTICLL V. 80ND PROCEEDB. 5.1. Distribution of Principal Proceeds The Principal Proceeds of the Bonds shall be deposited in a fund or funds to be designated by the County for the purpose of administering, disbursing and accounting for Bond Proceeds. Within said fund or funds, Bond principal will be distributed to the City as set forth in Section 5.4 of this Agreement. M 5.2o Investment ot Bond Proceeds. The County, through its Office of Financial Management, shall be responsible for placing O investments of cash balances. The County will be responsible for c7 arbitrage calculations and related actions required by the Code to c'� ensure compliance with arbitrage regulations. 5.3. Interest Earninas. Interest earnings on the Principal Bond Proceeds will be collected and deposited in the Bond Redemption Fund to pay a portion of the principal of and interest on the bond debt. 5.4. Bond Proceeds Disbursement. Bond Proceeds will be disbursed to the City upon receipt and verification of properly completed requests for payment of Bond Proceeds by the King County Office of Open Space or its successor. The disbursements will be made in one of two ways: (1) by transfer up to five (5) days prior to the closing date upon receipt by the County of a completed request form, a copy of the signed purchase document, an estimated settlement statement, and electronic wiring instructions to the closing agent or City if so requested; or (2) by Automated Clearinghouse transmittal to the City for Qualified Reimbursement for expenditures for Capital Costs. The City shall provide a list of authorized individuals to certify the requests submitted to the County. The City will be CFT 1NTERLOCAL FEDERAL WAY 8 DECEMBER 29, 1993 responsible for the accuracy of the payment requests and the propriety and timeliness of its disbursements of the Bond Proceeds. 5.5. Disposition ot Remafninq Bond Proceeds. a. Bond Proceeds Reallocation Proiect Completion. If, upon completion of a Project, Bond Proceeds exist in excess of the amount necessary to reimburse the appropriate Capital Cost of a Project, then the City may propose to reallocate such excess Bond Proceeds to other existing Projects by providing a written request to the Office of Open Space and to the Committee and by submitting with such request a revised implementation schedule reflecting such proposed reallocation. The Committee shall have forty-five (45) days to review and recommend approval or disapproval to the Council of the City�s proposed reallocation. The King County Executive shall submit the City proposal and the Committee recommendation to the King County Council which shall determine by ordinance whether or not to make such reallocation. 0 b. Bond Proceeds Reallocation Pro�ect Abandonment. m The City may abandon a Project only upon a determination and finding of O fact through its normal legislative process that changes in conditions O or new information developed after approval of funding of Projects C� prevent the practical accomplishment of the Project or clearly indicate that the Project would no longer best serve its intended purpose. If the City abandons a Project, and excess Bond Proceeds remain, the City may propose to reallocate such excess Bond Proceeds to other existing approved City Projects following the same procedure as set forth in 5.5.a. above and shall submit to the Committee a certified copy of its legislative action by which it made such determination of fact. c. Bond Proceeds Reallocation New Proiects. The City may request to reallocate excess Bond Proceeds to a new Project if it makes a determination through its normal legislative processes that the proposed new Project is consistent with the purpose of the Bonds. If the City requests to reallocate excess Bond Proceeds to a new Project, the City shall forward its proposal to the Committee for its review and recommendation to the Council in the same manner as 5.5.a. above, and shall submit a certified copy of its legislative action by which it made such determination. CFT 1NTERLOCAI FEDERAL WAY 9 DECEMBER 29, 1993 5.6. Interim Financincr. Following the County's adoption of Ordinance 11068, the City may have issued short-term obligations in anticipation of reimbursement from Bond Proceeds to defray the same Capital Costs for which Bond Proceeds may be utilized. The payment of principal and interest upon such short-term obligations shall be a proper object of expenditure of Bond Proceeds to the extent that the rate of such interest is reasonable. ARTICLL VI. REPORTINt3 REOUIREMENTB. 6.1. �teportias Schedule. During implementation of the Projects, the City shall provide the County and the Committee semi-annual reports describing Project Implementation status. Such reports shall cover six-month periods of April 1 through September 30 and October 1 through March 31 and shall be submitted no later than the twentieth working day following the end of the reporting period. Al1 such reports shall be c� submitted to the County's Department of Parks, Planning and Resources O �ffice of Open Space, or its successors. 6.2. Re_port Information. The reports shall contain the O following information: a. An accounting of cash expenditures and encumbrances in 0� support of the project, including a separate accounting for Administrative Costs; b. A work plan for each project showing the anticipated date by which City expects to achieve the following milestones in the acquisition process: (1) title report reviewed; (2) survey completed (if necessary); (3) environmental assessment completed (if necessary) (4) appraisal completed and reviewed; (5) first offer made; (6) purchase agreement executed; and (7) property acquired; ce The progress of City in accomplishing milestones for each Project and any changes to the time line; and de Other relevant information requested by the County for the purpose of determining compliance with this Agreement. A_RTICLE VII. TAX COVLNANTB 7.1. Preservation of Tax Exempt Status. So long as such Bonds are outstanding or for twenty years after the first disbursement of CfT INTERLOCAL FEDERAL WAY 10 DECEMBER 29, 1993 O m c"� O O Bond Proceeds, whichever is longer: a. The City will not use or permit to be used any of the Bond Proceeds or the property or facilities acquired, constructed, developed or improved as part of the Projects in such manner and shall not take or omit to take any other action as to cause the interest on the Bonds to be included in the gross income of the recipients thereof for purposes of federal income taxation. b. The City will provide certificates when and as required by the County's bond counsel, the Code or the Internal Revenue Service in order to establish or maintain the tax exempt status of interest on the Bonds. c. The City will comply with any requirements imposed by the Code in order to preserve the tax exempt status of interest on the Bonds. The City will cooperate in any audit by the Internal Revenue Service, including disclosure of any records, contracts and other materials required by the Internal Revenue Service in order to establish or preserve the Bonds' tax exempt status or as may be required by the Code. 7.2. Indemnification. If the Bonds become Taxable Bonds as a result of the acts or omissions of the City not approved in writing by the County, the City shall indemnify and hold the County, its officers, employees and agents, including bond counsel, harmless with respect to bond holders' claims and any costs attendant thereto, including any penalties and the County's attorneys' fees and costs in defending such claims. �.TICLB VIII. RESPONSIBILITISS OF COUNTY. 8.1. Issuance of Bonds. Subject to the terms of this Agreement and the Program Ordinances, the County will issue Bonds for the purposes set forth herein and in the Program Ordinances. 8.2. Distribution of Bond Proceeds. Distribution to the City of any Bond Proceeds is specifically conditioned upon execution by the City and the County of this Agreement. 8.3. Future 8upport. The County assumes no obligation for the future support of the Projects described herein, or any other projects, except as expressly set forth in this Agreement. CFT INTERLOCAL FEDERAL WAY 11 DECEMBER 29, 1993 ARTICLE IX. GENERAL PROVISIONB 9.1. Hold Harmless and Indemnification. a. The County assumes no responsibility for the payment of any compensation, fees, wages, benefits or taxes to or on behalf of the City, its employees, contractors or others by reason of this Agreement. The City shall protect, indemnify and save harmless the County, its officers, agents and employees from any and all claims, costs and losses whatsoever occurring or resulting from (1) the City's failure to pay any compensation, wage, fee, benefit or tax, and (2) the supplying to the City of work, services, materials or supplies by City employees or agents or other contractors or suppliers in connection with or in support of performance of this Agreement. b. The City further agrees that it is financially responsible for and will repay the County all indicated amounts t"� O following an audit exception which occurs due to the negligent or 4� intentional acts or failure for any reason to comply with the terms of this Agreement by the City, its officers, employees, agents or representatives. c. The City shall protect, defend, indemnify and save harmless the County from any and all costs, claims, judgments or awards of damages, including attorneys� fees, arising out of or in any way resulting from the Projects, including but not limited to the negligent acts or omissions of the City, its officers, employees or agents, but not including the solely negligent acts or omissions of the County, its officers, employees or agents. For purposes of this Agreement only, the City agrees to waive the immunity granted for industrial insurance claims pursuant to Washington statute chapter 52 to the extent necessary to extend its obligation under this subparagraph to any claim, demand, or cause of action brought by or on behalf of any employees, including judgments, awards and costs arising therefrom including attorneys' fees. g.Z. Amendments or Modifications. The parties reserve the right to amend or modify this Agreement. Such amendments or modifications must be by written instrument, signed by the parties and approved by the respective City and County Councils. CfT INTERLOCAI FEDERAL WAY 12 DECEMBER 29, 1993 r/ O �7 O O er O� 9.3. Contract �aiver. No waiver by either party of any term or condition of this Agreement shall be deemed or construed to be a waiver of any other term or condition, nor shall a waiver of any breach, be deemed to constitute a waiver of any subsequent breach whether of the same or a different provision of this Agreement. No waiver shall be effective unless made in writing. 9.4. ot ces. Any notice, consent, demand or other communica- tion hereunder shall be in writing and shall be deemed to have been given if delivered in person or deposited in any United States Postal Service mail box, first class postage prepaid, or sent by registered or certified mail, return receipt requested, addressed to the party for whom it is intended•as follows: (1) To the City: City of Federal Way Ms. Jennifer Schroder, Superintendent Parks Operations and Maintenance 33530 First Way South Federal Way, WA 98003 (2) To the County: King County Office of Open Space 1621 Smith Tower 506 Second Avenue Seattle, Washington 98104 with a copy to: Chief Financial Officer 400 King County Courthouse Seattle, Washington 98104 These titles and addresses may be changed by written notice to the other party pursuant to this provision. 9.5. Iateroretation. This Agreement shall be interpreted according to and enforced under the laws of the State of Washington. The section and subsection captions of this Agreement are for convenience only and shall not control or affect the meaning or construction of any provision in this Agreement. 9.6. Separability. Each provision of this Agreement is separable from all other provisions. In the event any court of competent jurisdiction determines that any provision of this Agreement is invalid or unenforceable for any reason, all remaining provisions will remain in full force and effect. CFT INTERLOCAL FEDERAL WAY 13 DECEMBER 29, 1993 9.7. Entiretv. This Agreement is a complete expression of the terms hereto and any oral representations or understandings not incorporated are excluded. This Agreement merges and supersedes all prior negotiations, representations, and agreements between the parties relating to the Bonds, Bond Proceeds or Projects and constitutes the entire Agreement between the parties. The parties recognize time is of the essence in the performance of the provisions of this Agreement. IN 1�ITNE88 1P8EREOB, authorized representatives of the parties hereto have signed their names in the spaces set forth below. CITY OF FEDERAL WAY +rl O C`� O c"� O d' 4� KING DATE: ACTING UNDER AUTHORITY OF MOTION #92-02 Approved as to form: NORM MALENG King County Prosecuting At CFT INTERLOCAL FEDERAL WAY By Kenneth E. Nyberg Its Citv Mana�er DATE: �-I���T' ACTING UNDER AUTHORITY OF No. Approved as to form: 14 DECEMBER 29, 1993 KING COUNTY City Attox'ney, Carolyn A. Lake 9 APPROVED PROJECTS suburban Citiea City Auburn Auburn Bel lewe Bothell Duvall Federal Way Federal Way Issaquah Issac�uah Kent 0 Kent Kent �ry Kirkland O Kirkland L.Forest Pk North Bend/ C� Snoqualmie Redmond Renton Renton Woodinville Project Green River Access Olson Canyon Meydenbauer Bay Burke Gilman/Sammamish River Greenway Dougherty Farm Sisters of Visitation Fisher's Pond and School Site No. 20 Tibbott Property (Tiger Mountain) Issaquah Creek Johnson Property Green River NREA Upper Mill Creek Canyon Riverview Park Juanita Bay Park Expansion Brink Park Expansion McAleer Creek OS Program Meadowbrook Farm E. Lake Sammamish Waterfront Pk. Cedar River Trail Springbrook Trail Woodinville Green Gateway ATTACHMENT A Allocation 300,000 1,800,000 2,500,000 950,000 118,000 340,000 1,060,000 1,500,000 500,000 500,000 71,000 236,000 200,000 1,200,000 25,000 2,500,000 1,000,000 1,800,000 300,000 800,000 CFT INTERLOCAL FEDERAI WAII 15 DECEMBER 29, 1993 i'! O c'� O c'� ey' G� City of Seattle Proi ect North Beach Natural Area Sunset Hi11 Greenbelt Thornton Creek Additions: (Maple Creek, San Point Way, Little Brook) Llandover Woods: 3rd NW and NW 145th 14043 32nd NE 1,260,900 Fremont/Vemo Burke-Gilman Greenway: Silver Cloud Burke-Gilman Greenway: DNR Burke Gilman Greenway: NW 85th Sand Point Way St. Mark's Greenbelt Magnolia Greenbelt Northeast Queen Anne Greenbelt Tip MGM Eastlake 3001 East Madison Madison McGilvra Northeast Queen Anne Overlook Duwamish Head Greenbelt Pelly Place Natural Area Arroyos Natural Area Maple School Ravine Natural Area Orchard Street Ravine Natural Area Puget Creek Unprogrammed Project Funding CFT INTERLOCAL FEDERAL YAY 16 Allocation 137,700 329,400 900,000 1,331,100 540,000 272,700 267,300 1,530,000 264,600 188,100 709,200 1,278,900 473,400 450,000 819,900 5,400,000 447,300 248,400 281,700 270,900 778,500 2,020,000 DECEMBER 29, 1993 6 L"� Q 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 il 12 17 14 15 16 17 18 19 ZO 21 22 27 24 25 25 27 28 29 70 71 72 3] 74 ]5 �6 37 �a 39 40 41 42 d3 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 45 crea ot 'l, �ee velogme accas tc the corner the laaP) /8til tar is 14o-acra roj t includ simple cquisiti artd 9g a es af le s than riqhts. This pra ct includ obtain publ ac3z at th larqe rz er bend the Nort est aaertv (D ot parc "H° on e attache lydea eaerre ettt to qet S af the t in C rf.g s ors the Atte urchaen throua its no. ct "!S'• cludes a 3-ac:s u and pares in the nis Ax�de neighborh od locate 15th Ave ue North st in Sea tle. e c�unty hall see to cbtai accass land adjacent �a the 2 acre site this operty, e parks ivisian s all, maste lanninq rocess, eek ta rovide c�ess to he site, includin par!cinq, for coun sidents� who live eyand t immedia e ad�oini g n ghbvrho ree For. Addit3 is a mu ti-parce inheldi. �+ithin he co ty's Th ee For!� Par1c alo Reiniq oad nea Snoqualm'e• The aunty s 11 see to acqui as man of the� elve par ls as p sible, th the qhest pr rity be q the p ooerty a nq the we tern edg of the roject b ndary, jacant the rvck�a marsh a a. IIp r Hear reek Co ervatio aren is multi- opertY oject ar_ within hich ac isition f fes si le and ess tha fea devel ment r hts wil be pur asad for �nserva 'on purp ses. a Con +o e coun shall s k to ac uir_ deve opment 'qhts ar nd Para ise Lake nd accs to thi lake a fir priorit for ac uisition tha i nti�ied crojec area. Secon Priorit shall acquiss. ion of e fvrmer "whitel !c" prooe Any p opertt cquisiti s beyo these t• prior� r_as sh 11 be re 'ewed a approv by th CoC and c unty uncil. Lak eaxyer s a 29.5 c:e ua rfront oject cat_d on e sout. ast sho oP Lak Sawyer 'n south ing Cou ty. The county hall s k to acq ire pro erty tha orovid oublic access the ua erEront d the oposed een to edar rsaio�al rail. BUHQRBAN CITIES PRQJECT9 Green River Access is a 4.4-acre project Nith approximat_1y 610 feet oE shoreline located adjacent to 4th Street Southeast on the Grean River in the City of Auburn. Soecial Condi.tion: The city shall seek to acquire as much oE the proposed project as possible, Nith a first oriority og qaining public access from the street end at the northern project boundary. olson canyan is a 6o.5-acre project adjacent to the north end o� Auburn Go1E Course on Green River Road. �oecia Co�ditLOn: The City of Auburn s:tall ensure preservation ot the historic character o� thinscon�unction including the homestead and barn buildings, 7 with agency or other recognized historic preservation/ cultural resources authorities. Heydenbauer BaY ie a 4/LO of an acre site lacated on the shoreline of Lake Washinqton on Southeast Bellevue Place in the .City of Bellevue• CFT 1NTERLOCAL FEDERAL NAY 17 DECEMBER 29, 1993 t'"; 1 2 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 IZ 17 14 15 16 17 18 19 ZO 21 22 2] 24 25 25 27 28 29 30 31 ]2 ]J 74 75 ]6 ]7 JS ]9 40 4Z 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 4? 50 51 52 53 l��v� sammamish River/e�ka-Gilman GreenWay (Hothell portion) 1s a 26.1-acre vQen space adjace.nt to the Hur:ce Gilman Regional Trail and tha Sammamish Slaagh on Hothall Way in Bothell. The project will purctsaee develoQment riqhts on a pvrtion of t:�e "front nine" oP the Wayna Golt Course, and will require continued public availability to the galf caurse at pricQs equivalent to publicly-owned galf courses in xinq Countl. ��ecial Candition: The Citf of Bothell shall ensure that the vegetation betaeen the Burke Gilman T:ail and the golt course is reqularly pruned to ensure clear visibility to trail users of tha oQen space tram the entire lenqth oP the trail borderinq open apace. Douqharty Far� is a 22.6-acre ooen space in the Snoqualaie Valley located on Northeast Cherry Valley Road just nort:� of the present citf limits af the City of Duvall. 8lster9 ot 4isitation is an 11.7-acrs site �+ith aooroximate'y 605 feet of shoreline on Puqet Sound. The site is located on Marine View Drive in Federal 'day. Snecial Condition: The portion o� this site that contains t�`te gootprint oF the existing buildinq that �ill be used as a conference center is not eligible for CFT fundinq. Further, the City of Federal Way will ensure that the general public aill have full, well-identified accass to the grounds that are purchased with t7ese conservation futures funds and that this property Will not be for the exclusive use of any conPerenca attendees or other users of the building located at the site. Fisher's Pond is a 17.�-ac:_ project located on southwest 320th Strset and 7th Avenue Southwest in Federal Way• 8cheol Site No. 2o is a 10.3-acre project located on 1�th Avenue Southeast in rederal Way. Tibbett Property is an 18-acr_ site that lies at the ent�ancs t� Issav_uah's Tradition Lake Park and the Tiqer Mountain State Forest. The site is adjacant to Interstate 90 �est o� the High Point exit east oP Issaquah. Soecial Condition: It is anticipated that funding shortfalls in this project will be addressed by the State. Johnson Property is a].4-acre proper�y located in downtown Issaquah at the junction oP the East Fork and main stem ot Issaquah Creek. Graen River NREA is an approximately 270-acre site locat_d adjacent to the Green River, south of South 212th Street, and adjacent to a proposed stormwater management and wetland enhancement basin facility currently owned by the Citl oP Kent. Dpper Hill Creek Canyon is tuo parcels of land totaling �•6 acres that ar� inholdinqs within Kent's Mill Creek Park. Ri•rer�leW Park,is a 11.3 acr= project located along the east bank ot the Green River, adjacent to SR 167 in Kent. Snec{��, Condition: As a first priority, the City shall seek to acquire prooerLy bet�een Ha�+ley Road and the Gr__n River, known as the "Haldwin" property. As a second priority, the City shall seek to acquire the parcels located betxeen Hawley Road and SR 167. CFT INTERLOCAL FEDERAL WAY 18 DECEMBER 29. 1993 1��V� C'7 O 0 'lr 1 Z J 4 8 9 l0 il 12 17 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 27 24 25 25 Z7 28 29 30 31 �z ]7 J4 ]5 76 77 �8 79 40 41 42 47 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 5J Suaaita Ba• ark Espaasion is a 1.7-acre par• aith 240 fest of shoreline on Lake washinqtan and is locatsd to the north o[ e�cisting 7uaaita Hay Park on 98th Avenue Nort�east in Rirkland. Hrink Park Expansioa is a.7-acre sita located on Lake Washington ad�acent to the south end of Brink Par� on Mar�et Street in xirkland. Soecial Condition: It state IAC funding is secured tar this project, unanticipated CFT Eundinq surplus shall be rQprogrammed unless nesded to campleta the Kirkland Juanita Bay Park Expansion project, identiPied'above. HcAleer Creek Opea 8pace Program is a 1.1-acre parcel locatsd on Perkins Way in the City of Lake Fvrest ParX. The projact contains shoreline alonq McAlesr Creek. HeadaMbraok Fasm is a 4J0-acre farm locats within the citles of North Bend and Snaqualmie on the Snoqualmie-North Bend Road and alonq the South tork of the Snvqualmie River. The cities of North eend and Snoqualmie shall seek to acquire the properties identiFied as "Phase II" on the attached map. Lake Snmmamish Rateriront Park is a multi-parcel project with apQroximately 2500 Peet of,shoreline on Lake Sammamish and is located alonq East Lake Sammamish Park�ay. This prooerty is located within unincorporated King County, however, it would be oaned and ooerated by the City ot Redmond. SDecial Condition: The City of Redmond shall aggressively pursue other sources of funding to complete this project. Cedar River Trail is a City of Renton oroject that is 51.6 acres in size and is located alonq the Cedar River and Cadar River Regivnal Trail east of Interstate 405 in Renton. �oecia� Condition: The City of Renton will preserve at least hal£ of the level ar�a in the center ot the site for open space uses consistent with the restrictioas identified in Ordinanc� 10750. Any portion og this project site that is pcoposed for acti��e r_c:_ation or other activities not in keeping �+ith the fundinq r_quirements of the Regional Conservation Futsr_s 199] Acquisition Hond Proqram �+ill not be eligible for funding. 9Qringbrook Craek Trail is an 8.8-ac:� City of Renton oroject located on Talbot Road and the 'Aest Vallsy Hiqhway (SR 167). Roodinville Green Gateuay is a 3.7-acre project located in the City of Woodinvill_ adjacent to the Sammamish Va11ey/Bur!ta Gilman Regional Trail, which is on the Samraamish River. The project is located on 171st Avenue NE and NE 175th S�reet. S�ecial Condition: The City shall seek to secure the necessary funds to acauire the entire proposed oroject araa. Upon purchase of this site the City of woodinville will cttange the configuration vP existing parking on the site to be no more than 15� of the entire site. Should the City be successful in acquiring the school distric� property locat=l to the east of the project area, within three years of the passage of this Motion, the City of Woodinville will eliminate all parkinq from the site in perpetuity. CFT 1NTERLOCAL FEDERAL WAY 19 DECEMBER 29� 1993 1 Z J 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 1Z 1] 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 Z1 22 23 24 25 26 27 Z8 29 30 31 32 J3 ]4 ]5 36 �7 �8 �9 40 dl 4Z 43 d4 45 46 d7 48 49 50 51 ��un� CITY aF BSA� PRaJECT9 Horth Beach Natura). Area is a 1.19-acre project located betxeen Northwest 91st Placs and Northwest 95th Flace that includes a creek within a wooded ravi.ne. Bunaet Hill Greeabelt is a 27.3-acre greenbelt located alang Seaview Avenue Northwest adjacent to Shilshola Bay Marina. Thoraton Craek Watar,hed consists o� three sites: sand Paint Wap, a 1.77-acre project locatad at the intersectiocs oE Sand Point Way Nartheast and Nart'�east 95th 3t: eet; Little Hrook is a 3.14-acre multi-parcel project wit:� aporvximately 100o �eeC of str_am and a aoaded ravine. The project is locsted betxeen Northeast 117th Streat and Northeast 12oth Street; Haple Creek is a 4.54-ac:_ wvoded ooen spacs alonq Thornton Cr�ek located east of 40th Avenue Northeast and Northeast 89th Streat. Llandover Woods: 3rd 2�1 HW 145th is a 9.54-acre wooded and qrassy meadow site located just south o� the northerly limits of Seattle at Northwest 143rd Street near Northwest Culbertson Drive. 140�3 32nd NE is a.86-acre parcel located on 72nd Avenue Northeast bet�reen Northeast 143rd Strest and Northeast 140th S�r_et. The project contains a meadvw and a small stream. iremont/veme is a.2-ac:a undevelooed orooerty lacated bet:�een Northwest 35th Street and North Canal S�reat. �ap�;a� Conditiots: Trie City is encouraqed to exvlors alternative open space sites within the Fremont cotnmunitl before acquirinq this prooert�. Hurke-c311man Green�+ay: silver Cloud is a.5-acre undevelcped arez adjacant to the Burke Gilman Trail near 27th Avenue Northeast. The site is also proposed as z location for the daylightina oP Ravenna C:eek, which currQntly runs throuqh a drainaqe pipa on the proQerty. Snecial Condit�on: As a first oriori�y, the city shall seek to acquire the property alonq the eastern edqe of the project boundary. Burke-Gilman Greenway: DNR is a 3.12-acr° section oE the Burke Gilman Trail that is not in City of Seattle oNnership. In addition tv the trail, the property contains a naturai buffer to the trail. The site is located east of 40th Avenue Northeast and west of Sand Point Way t{ortheast. Hurke Gilman Greenway: Northeast 85th and 9and Point Aay is a I GilmanrTraildnearaSand PointrWaylandtNortheastn85th Street ke- Bt. Hark's Greenbelt is an 8.7-acre Nooded open sgace on the west side of Capital Hill south of Broadway east and north of East Highland Drive. Hagnolia Gzeenbelt is a.51-acre wooded hillside near the Maanolia viaduct at Amherst Avenue West and is part of the j larger Magnolia Greenbelt under public ownership. CFT INTERLOCAL FEDERAL NAY 20 DECEMBER 29, 1993 �'1 C''� O 1 2 J 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 1] 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 Z2 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 �0 31 ]2 37 74 35 J6 37 38 39 40 41 42 4J 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 Hadiso�ail� is project area bvrder9 Moatlake cut at East s�v�� a 3.88 acre multi-par�oroject. The Laka F7aehirsgton at tha ent�anca to the McGilvra St,:eet, east af ]7th avenue East. Saeci,,,�l Cnndition: The City shall seek to acquire as many of the parcels as possible, with highest pr±ority beinq acquisitiaa ot public waterfront accass. The city shall aggreasively pursue other saurces aE fundinq, includinq city resourcas, te complete this project. Northeast Queen anne cireenbelt Tip is a.5-acre parcel t:�at serves as a northern terminus to the Northeast Queen Anne Gr�enbelt. The eite ie.lacated bet�een Dextar Avenue and 4th Avenne Narth. HGH Eastlake is a.51-acre project with a view of Lake Unio� and' a serres as an addition to an Olmstead Parlc and a P-Patch. The project is located west of Eastlake Avenue East. 3oai Eaet Hadison is a.28-acre wooded slopinq hillside in Madison Valley oE Central Seattle and is located at the intersection of East Madison Street and East Merc�r S�reet. Northeast Queen Anne overlook is a.68-acre open soaca prooerty that orovides panoramic view east over Lake Union and the Cascades, Lake Washington and Mount Rainier. The oroject is located at the intersectioti of Blaine Street and Taylor Avenue Narth. Duwamieh Head Greenbelt is a 5.26-acre project on the east facing s1oQe of the Duwamish River. Priorit�r acquisition properti?s are located on Fauntl_roy Avenue Southwest just east of Admiral way. A second priority acquisition site is located adjacant to Lotus Avenue and Harbor ?.venue Southwest. Snecial Condition: priority shall be attached map. It D1, D2, D3 and E3 ac�uisition. The City's hiqhest acquisition parcals "A", "B", "C" and "D" on t:�e additional funds ars available, oarcels will be the second oriarity far Yelly Place Natural A.rea is a.29-acr_ project locate� east oE Murray Avenue southwest at the entrance to a larger �ocded ravine. Arroyos Nntural .�.rea is a 6.85-acre �rooded hillside site above Puget Sound along Marine View Drive in south Seattle. HaDle 3chaol Rnvine Nntural Area is a 2.19-acra multi-parcel linear wooded gr_enbelt located adjacent to 19th Avenue SouLh bet:reen South Lucille Strest and South Juneau Street. Orchard 8treet Ravine Natural Aren is a 1.51-ac:e project consistinq of 2 parcels that are part of a shallow, undeveloped, wvoded ravine adjacent to Southwest Orchard S�reet. Yuqet Creek Natural Area is a 4.69-acre multi-parcel project located adjacent to 19th Avenue Southwest betueen Southwest Brandon Street and Southwest Juneau St:eet. The natural area contains or borders a cr_sk that is linked to Puqet Park. CFT INTERLOCAL FEDERAL NAY 21 DECEMBER 29, 1993 K =-i•I i o'r I T'�' OF _i.U���IJi=.l..t• c ylAP �D�NTIJ p UR,CHASE PJ-1ASES �ELI. 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No more than $977,000 in general administrative costs (including all negotiation, general management and indirect expenses) may be reimbursed from Project Funds allocated to the City of Seattle. Administrative costs attributable to King County's oversight of the project, however, may be reimbursed from such project funds. 2. No more than the general administrative costs (including all negotiation, general management and indirect expenses) identified in individual project applications may be reimbursed from suburban Project Funds as follows: City Auburn Auburn Bellevue Bothell Duvall Federal Way Federal Way Issaquah Issaquah Kent Kent Kent Kirkland Kirkland L.Forest Pk North Bend/ Snoqualmie Redmond Renton Renton Woodinville Project Green River Access Olson Canyon Meydenbauer Bay Burke Gilman/Sammamish River Greenway Dougherty Farm Sisters of Visitation Fisher's Pond and School Site No. 20 Tibbott Property (Tiger Mountain) Issaquah Creek Johnson Property Green River NREA Upper Mill Creek Canyon Riverview Park Juanita Bay Park Expansion Brink Park Expansion McAleer Creek OS Program Meadowbrook Farm E. Lake Sammamish Waterfront Pk. Cedar River Trail Springbrook Trail Woodinville Green Gateway Administrative Costs -0- -0- 30,000 8,000 5,000 30,000 55,000 5,000 5,000 -0- 2,000 -0- -0- -0- -0- -0- 20,000 25,000 18,000 1,440 Administrative costs attributable to King County�s oversight of the project, however, may be reimbursed from such project funds. County Council. 3. Seattle may reprogram funds from its regional or local unprogrammed funding projects to other projects funded in this agreement after reporting such reprogramming to the Committee and the CFT INTERLOCAL FEDERAL NAY DECEMBER 29, 1993 n 4 A f 4. Prior to disbursement of any Project Funds hereunder, Seattle shall negotiate in good faith for the conveyance of property needed by King County to complete its 1989 King County Open Space Bond Project or its projects under the Program. The projects include: Shoreline Interurban Trail (City Light Right-of-Way) Soos Creek Trail Extension North (Seattle Water Department Right-of-Way) 0 a0 O c� a' C� King County also agrees to negotiate the conveyance of properties King County owns that the City needs to complete its projects under the 1989 King County Open Space Bond Proj ect or its proj ects under the Program. 5. Suburban Cities shall provide matching funds to each project as follows: City Auburn Auburn Bellevue Bothell Duvall Federal Way Federal Way Issaquah Issaquah Kent Kent Kent Kirkland Kirkland L.Forest Pk North Bend/ Snoqualmie Redmond Renton Renton Woodinville Project Matchina Funds Green River Access Olson Canyon Meydenbauer Bay Burke Gilman/Sammamish River Greenway Dougherty Farm Sisters of Visitation Fisher�s Pond and School Site No. 20 Tibbott Property (Tiger Mountain) Issaquah Creek Johnson Property Green River NREA Upper Mill Creek Canyon Riverview Park Juanita Bay Park Expansion Brink Park Expansion McAleer Creek OS Program Meadowbrook Farm E. Lake Sammamish Waterfront Pk. Cedar River Trail Springbrook Trail Woodinville Green Gateway Includes METRO SIF -0- -0- 500,000 -0- 82,000 405,000 -0- -0- -0- 3,400,000 73,500 -0- 530,000* 225,000 -0- -0- -0- 702,249 65,388 -0- 6. Snoqualmie and North Bend shall be jointly and severally liable for performing of City obligations under their agreement with King County. CFT 1NTERLOCAL fEDERAI HAY 26 DECEMBER 29, 1993 Certificate of Insurance Agency Name and Address: THIS CERTIFICATE IS ISSUED AS A MATTER OF PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE INSURANCE BROKERS INC. INFORMATION ONLYAND CONFERS NO RIGHTS UPON 10 CALIFORNIA STREET THE CERTIFICATE HOLDER. THIS CERTIFICATE DOES NOT AMEND, EXTEND OR ALTER THE COVERAGE REDWOOD CITY CA 94063-1513 AFFORDED THE POLICIES LISTED BELOW. (415) 38&5�0 Fax: (415) 36B-1455 Insureds Name and Address: BROWN AND CALDWELL 3480 BUSKIRK AVENUE PLEASANT HILL CA 94523 Companies Affording Policies: A: e: c D: e: RELIANCE NATIONAL INDEMNITY COMPANY F: COVERAGES: THIS IS TO CERTIFY THAT POLICIES OF INSURANCE LISTED BELOW HAVE BEEN ISSUED TO THE INSURED NAMED ABOVE FOR THE POLICY PERIOD INDICATED. NOIWITHSTANDING ANY RE�UIREMENT, TERM OR CONDITION OF ANY CONTRACT OR OTHER DOCUMENT WITH RESPECT TO WHICH THIS CERTIFICATE MAY BE ISSUED OR MAY PERTAIN, THE INSURANCE AFFORDED BY THE POIICIES DESCRIBED HEREIN IS SUBJECT TO ALL THE TERMS, EXCLUSIONS, AND CONDITIONS OF SUCH POLICIES. TYPE OF INSURANCE POLICY NUMBER EFF. DATE EXP. DATE GENERAL LIA8ILITY Commercial Generel Liability Claims Made q occurrence Owner's and Contractors Protective AUTO LIABILITY fe7 Any Automobile Q 5 h7.7� .All Owned Autos Scheduled Autos MANNt�� �_;;�RVlCES B Hired Autos CITY OF ��DERAL WAY Non-owned Autos Garage Liability EXCESS LIABILITY �i Umbrella Form 0lherthan Umbrella Form WORKERS' D COMPENSATION AND EMPLOYER'S LIABILITY E PROFESSIONAL NTF201569806 5/31l97 5/31/98 LIABILITY" F POLICY LIMITS General Aggregate: Products-Com/Ops Aggregate: Personal and Adv. Injury: Each Occurrence: Fire Dmg. (any one fire): Combined Single Limit: Bodily Injury/person: Bodily Injury/accident: Property Damage: Each Occurrence: Aggregate: Statutory Limits Each Accident: Disease/Policy Limit: Disease/Employee: Aggregate $1,000,000 Description of Operations/LocationsNehicles/Restrictions/Special Items: All operations of the named insureds including Construction Mangement Services for Panther Lake Flood Control Facility. *Written at aaareaate limits of liabilitv not less than amount shown. Certificate Holder: CITY OF FEDERAL WAY 33530 FIRST WAY SOUTH FEDERAL WAY ATTN: BARBARA BETSCH WA 98003 THE AGGREGATE LIMIT IS THE TOTAL INSURANCE AVAILABLE FOR CLAIMS PRESENTED WITHIN THE POLICY FOR ALL OPERATIONS OF THE INSURED. CANCELLATION: SHOULD ANY OF THE ABOVE DESCRIBED POLICIES BE CANCELED BEFORE THE IXPIRATION DATE THEREOF, THE ISSUING CAMPANY WILL MAIL 30 DAYS WRfTTEN NOTICE TO THE CERTIFICA HOLDER NAMED TO THE LEFT, EXCEPT IN THE EVENT OF CANCELLATION FOR NO -PAYMENT OF PREMIUM IN WHICH CASE 10 DAYS NOTICE WILL BE GIVEN. Authorized 5/30/97 dc CC: