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AG 91-126! \T E 1� � S 3 G � , � °..�;��,����� CITY OF F'EDERAL WAY LAW DEPAR MENT, - •c ;;;. RE�LJEST FOR CONTRACT PREPARATION/DOCUMENT REVIEW/SIONATUR� "FIOU�IT���LIP � F� ;:�;��: :.,:�f_ ��OI.,�Y 1 � Cf�"w' �"s'�i't�RiVEY 1. ORIGINATINO DEPT./DIV.: �A`�G 2�., ORIOINATING STAFF PERSON: �'L���'��G�r��� EXT: �°y � 3. DnTE RCq. BY: �/Z� ��� 4. TYPE OF DOCUMENT REQUESTED �CHECK ONE1C ❑ PROFESSIDNAL SERVICES AGREHMENT ❑ SCCURITY DpCUMENT ❑ MAINTENANCE/LABOR AOREEMENT (E.o.. AOR[6M[NT 6 PCI�NMAIN ��NR AY�IONM[NT OI /LND� IN NCY O� �ONDI ❑ PUBLIC WORKB CONTRACT �CONTRACTOR SELECTION DOCUMCNT � ❑$MALL PUBLIC WORK9 CONTRACT (t•O•� RFS. RFP. RFQ) (ICHH TMAN #2S,D00) . ❑ CONTRACT AMENDMBNt AO#C ❑ PURCHASE AOREEMENT ❑ EASEM6NT � 1MAT6RIAL9� BUrrll[9� E4VIrM[NTl ❑ OTMER , h��1�C'W� A�'Lti��f �� - ❑ REAL ESTATE PURCHABE & 8ALE8 AGRff6M[NT 5. PROJECT NAME: ��r 6. NAME OF CpNTRACTOR: ADDRESSC ��� �L. r-AiTi V"�- � I/�-�.L�Y+ni..h.� �.1� PNONEs TYPE OF PERSON OR ENTITY (CHECK ONE): ❑ INDIVIDUAL ❑ SOLE PROPRIETOR8HIP ❑ PARTNERSMIP ❑ CORPORATION 8TATE0 TAX ID#/8��i SI[3NATURE NAME7 TITLEC �l S J 7. SCOPE OF WORK: ATTACH EXHIBIT A� A COMPLETE AND PETAILED DEBCRIPTION OF THE 9ERVICEB OR aCOP6 OF WORK� INCLUDIN[3 COMPLETION DATLS FOR EACH P�HASE OF WORK AND LOCATION OF WORK. � 8. TERM: COMMENCEMENT DATE: COMPLETION DATEC 9. TOTAL COMPENSATION: $ � I� � (IF CALCULATED ON NOYRLY LA�OI� 6M/�RO[ • ATTAO BON6DYL[A OF [MPLOYC[G TITL[0 AHD MOURLY MT[i) REIMBURSABLE EXPENSBSC ❑ YES � NO IF YES� MAXIMUM DOLLAR AMOUNT: � 15 SALES TAX OWED? ❑ YEB ❑ NO IF YEB� �AID BYS ❑ CONTRACTOR OCITY 1 p, SELECTION PROCESS USED ICHEIZK ONE): N//-C . ❑ REQIJEST FOR BID� ❑ REq1JEST FOR I�IUOTE9 ❑ ARCNITCCT de ENOINtill LIST ❑ REQUEHT FOR PROP09AL9 ❑.REqUEBT FOR QUAIIFICATIONB � ❑ SMALL WORKa R�OTCR 1 1. 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(R[v 7/94) .1 � , ����'I-I2C�A FIRST AMENDMENT TO INTERLOCAL COOPERATIVE AGRSEMLNT BTsTWEEN FEDERAL WAY SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 210 AND CITY OF FEDERAL WAY PARRS, RECREATION AND HIIMAN BERVICFB This First Amendment ("Amendment") is dated effective this 11th day of September, 1995, and is entered into by and between the City of Federal Way, a Washington municipal corporation ("City"), and Federal Way School District No. 210, a Washington municipal corporation ("District"). A. The City and the District entered into an Interlocal Cooperative Agreement dated effective December 17, 1991, whereby the City and the School agreed to the shared use of City and District facilities ("Agreement"). _ B. Section "J." of the Agreement provided that the Agreement may be amended upon approval of the City's and District�s respective governing bodies. C. The City and the District desire to amend the Agreement to clarify which facilities may be used without the payment of rental charges. NOW, THEREFORE, the parties agree to the following terms and conditions: 1. Payment for the Use of the Property. Section IV. K of the Agreement shall be amended to read as follows: K. Payment for the Use of the Property. There will be no rental charges for facility (building and field) usage by either party, with the exception of Memorial Field and the Visitation Retreat Center. Facility use charges will apply to any usage of Memorial Field and the Visitation Retreat Center. Equipment rental charges for both parties will be at fifty percent (50�) of the rental rate normally charged by the party owning equipment. Costs related to wages that must be paid as a result of work outside the normal work day will be paid by the user. 2. ,Compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act. Section IV. B of the Agreement shall be amended to add the following provisions: 6. With respect to facilities constructed owned by the District, the District shall be responsible for compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, as now in effect or hereafter amended, and all rules and regulations oR����A� issued thereunder (hereinafter collectively referred to as the "ADA") and compliance with the ADA Accessibility Guidelines when performing any alterations, renovations or remodels, or when otherwise required by local or federal authorities. 7. With respect to facilities constructed and owned by the City, the City shall be responsible for compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, as now in effect or hereafter amended, and all rules and regulations issued thereunder (hereinafter collectively referred to as the "ADA") and compliance with the ADA Accessibility Guidelines when performing any alterations, renovations or remodels, or when otherwise required by local or federal authorities. 3. Ha2ardous Waste. Section _TV. of th�► Agreement sha�.l. be amended to add the following provisions: P. Hazardous Waste 1. The District will not cause nor permit any activities on the City�s property which directly or indirectly could result in the City's property becoming contaminated with hazardous or toxic waste or substances. For purposes of this Agreement, the term "hazardous or toxic waste or substances" means any substance or material defined or designated as hazardous or toxic wastes, hazardous or toxic material, a hazardous, toxic or radioactive substance or other similar term by any applicable federal, state or local statute, regulation or ordinance now or hereafter in effect. 2. The District acknowledges that it will be responsible for all costs and expenses relating to the clean- up of hazardous or toxic waste or substances from the City's property and from any other properties which become contaminated with hazardous or toxic waste or substances as a result of any contamination of or activities by the District on the City's property. 3. The City will not cause nor permit any activities on the District's property which directly or indirectly could result in the District's property becoming contaminated with hazardous or toxic waste or substances. For purposes of this Agreement, the term "hazardous or toxic waste or substances" means any substance or material defined or designated as hazardous or toxic wastes, hazardous or toxic material, a hazardous, toxic or radioactive substance or other similar term by any applicable federal, state or local statute, regulation or ordinance now or hereafter in effect. 4. The City acknowledges that it will be responsible for all costs and expenses relating to the clean-up of hazardous or toxic waste or substances from the District's - 2 - . � , , .. property and from any other properties which become contaminated with hazardous or toxic waste or substances as a result of any contamination of or activities by the City on the District's property. 4. Full Force and Effect. All other terms and conditions of the Agreement not modified by this Amendment shall remain in full force and effect. DATED the effective date set forth above. CITY OF FEDERAL WAY . By: �" � �Kenne h E. y rg Its City Manager 33530 ist Way South Federal Way, Washington 98003 APPROVE TO FORM: i A orney, Londi K. Lindell FEDERAL WAY SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 210 SUPERINT ENT OF FEDERAL WAY S3'I-4v�i8th Avenue South (Address) Federal Way, Washington 98003 941-0100, ext. 208 (Phone) APPROVED AS TO FORM: SCh Ol D� S ict Attorney , Mary J, Urback K:\interlcl\schoolin.jjm Vandeberg Johnson & Gandara (95-33T)10-20-95 - 3 - • :1 , . � . • ��6 i � ti. e� � �+� �i �r ��- i� (� �R����IAL INTERLOCAL COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT •_ BETWEEN FEDERAL WAY SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 210 ��,� ��.`:: AND CITY OF FEDERAL WAY PARRS� RECREATION AND HIIMAN SERVICES �.,.� � � ; . � u. --� ,,;�, a ..� O Y C] .-- w w� �,� v This agreement, made and entered into this %-7� day Q �¢� December , 1991, by and between the City of Federal Way, a g� �unicipal corporatian of the State o� Washington, he�einafter called "City" and Federal Way School District No. 210, a municipal corporation of the, State of Washington, hereinafter called "District." WHEREAS, the governing bodies of the City and the District are mutually interested in an adequate program of community recreation arid student activities; and pWfiEREAS, said governinq bodies are authorized to enter into pagreements wit�i each other, and to do any and all thincss necessarX N or convenient to aid and cooperate in the cultivation of good � citizenship by p�oviding for programs of community recreatiofl and � student activities; and WHEREAS, in the interest of providing the best services with �he least possible expenditure o€ public func�s, ful� cooperation between City and District is necessary; anc�. ' wiiEREAS, a joint use concept can provide for the maintenance and operation of existing fields and bufldings for their better utilization by both parties; and WHEREAS, the purpose of this joint use agreement is to ailow and encourage the City and District to work together in planning, developing and building facilities for joint use; and � WHEREAS, the City and District have the authori��t to enter into their agreement pursuant to the Interlocal Cooperation Act Chapter 39.34.030 RCW; NOW, THEREFORE, in consideration of the premises, said City and said District do now agree to cooperate with each other in carrying out the above purposes, and to that end do agree as follows: I. AVAILABILITY OF FACILITIES: A. The District will make available to the City for community recreational activities school facilities not needed . , _ . ,. : . � � I't * �:� �:,; O � C�I O � for the conduct of school programs and which are suitable for community recreation activities. All requests for use of District facilities shall be made in writing by the City Manager or his or her designated representative and will be subject to the approval of the Superintendent of Schools or his or her designated representative. B. The City will make available to the District for school events, activities and/or programs, all suitable City facilities not needed for the conduct of Cit� activities and programs. Al1 requests for use of City facilities shall be made in writing by the Superintendent of Schools or his or her designated representative subject to the approval of the City Manager or his or her designated representative. C. The use of selected school and city facilities shall be in accordance with all applicable rules, policies, regulations, laws, procedures and permits governing the approved use of facilities of either party. The laws of the State of Washington, the terms of this agreement, and an� other mutual written agreement of the parties are supplemental thereto. II. PRIORITIE9 AND SCHEDIILING: A. The first priority for use of all school facilities shall be school events and programs, the seccnd shall be recreatior� activities and programs of tk�e City, and the third shall be any activities and programs of other agencies or groups as m�y be app�oved or permitted by the aistrict. B. The first priority for the use of City facilities shall be for City activities and programs, the second shall be for school events activities and/or programs, and the third sha�l be any activities and programs of other agencies or groups as may be approved or permitted by the City. C. The schedule of dates for use of City facilities and District facilities will be worked out in advance to avoid conflict between the City and District. Once an event/activity is booked, every effort shall be made to honor the commitment. If, however, activities are in conflict, each - 2 - �� �,. f party will notify the other as far in advance as possible. The canceling entity shall do so in good faith and shall contact the party or activity canceled in advance and work with them to reschedule the event. The canceling entity shall have no liability or responsibility for damages resultinq from the cancellation, and the non-canceling entity shall hold the other harmless from any such damages. D. Reservations shall be booked accordinq to the following policy• Q--Each•party shall designate and notify the other party of a � staff person responsible for reservation coordination. � --All requests shall be made in writing and be submitted to � the identified reservation coorc�inator. �N --Every attempt shall be made to submit requests at �.east two weeks in advance. E. Quarterly joint use meetings shall be held in kugust, November, February and May to discuss the upcoming scheduled events and the specific terms under which they will be operating. A date for these meetings will be schedu3.ed by mutual aqreement between the Superintendent of Schools or his ' or her designated representative and the Cit�r Manager or his or her designated representative. III. SIIPERVISZON AND STAFFING: A. Each party agrees to provide adeguate adult personnel to supervise its activities wriich take place on the othe�'s property. The adequacy of the level of supervision is subject to review b� the other party. Either agenc�t may ask the other agency to clearly determine and define the role expected of the supervisor and staff. B. Security and crowd control are the responsibilities of the party using the property, which party shall ensure that good order is maintained at all times. Such party assumes full responsibility for the conduct of persons involved in the party's activity or who are on the property with the consent of, at its invitation, or as a result of that party's activities. Such responsibility also includes cost of repair - 3 - to or replacement of property damaged or destroyed by the act or omissions of the user, its agents, or invitee. IV. SPECIAL CONDITIONB: A. Eaui�ment and Sunplies The equipment used in the conduct of the programs shall, to the extent practicable, be furnished by the agency providing the services. Each party will furnish anc� supply all expendable materials (except sanitation supplies) necessary for operating its programs on the properties used. District or City equipment that is not easil�r moved (for example: tumbling mats, volleXball standards, baseball bases, etc.) may be used by the other agency if available. Any � damage to such equipment will be immediatelX reported and a O � mutually agreeable method and amount of pa�me�t for O N replacement or repair determined. � B. �ciprovements and Safetv Features � N 1. The City may, with prior written approval of the � District, improve District playgrounds and recreation facilities incYudir►g the instaliation of recreatia� equipment not in conflict with school use, which shall be.at no cost or ' exper�se to the District except by written mutual agreement. 2. The District may, with priar written approval of the City, improve City faci2ities including i�stallations of � school ec;uipment not in conflict with recreation use, which shall be at no cost or expense to the Cit� except b� wri�tten mutual agreement. 3. All improvements and equipment installed and to be installed for purposes of this agreement, the design, plans and specifications thereof, and the type and construction thereof, inc2uding safety features, and the proposed placement thereof on sites shall all be approved in writing by each party prior to development, construction, purchase and installation thereof, which approval shall not be unreasonably withheld. 4. The cost of maintaining and operatinq such recreation areas, and the improvements and equipment installed - 4 - - C? O � E'V � � N �T __. � thereon, shall be mutually agreed to by the City and the District and further that the City and the District agree to maintain such areas in good condition during the periods of their respective responsibility. 5. Either party making improvements to the property of the other agency may remove any of its fixtures from the property upon termination of this agreement if such removal will not cause damage to the property, which removal shall be agreed to in advance. All other fixtures or aZteratio�s become the property of the site upon termination of this agreement. C. Services and Utilities The agency owning the facility shall furnish all necessary routine services and utilities except as otherwise specified in writinq. The user will pay the costs of an�r extra janitorial services reguired as a result af their use of a facility. . D. Advertisina � ' 1. Axiy posting of advertis�ng matter of any k�nd on the property shall be in places desiqnated by the City or District for such purposes. Advertising matter for anything other than activities of the parties hereto may not be posted except pursuant to the property owner�s policy. 2. When joint programs are sponsorec�, each party will share in the public acknowledgement. E. Retail Sales and Concessions Neither party shall conduct retail sales or grant concessions for the sale of refreshments on the other's prope�ty unless specifically authorized to do so by separate written agreement. F. Long Range Planning The City and the District will encourage cooperative efforts in the design and development of future school and recreational sites. Each party shall offer the other the opportunity to review and comment on development plans. - 5 - G. Liabilitv 1. Each party agrees to indemnify, save and hold harmless the other and all its officers, agents and employees from any claims, costs, expenses or liability (including reimbursement for all legal costs and reasonable attorney's fees) for any and all claims for damages or injuries to persons, property or agents of the user whic� arise from its negligent or intentional acts or omissions. In the eve�t of such claims or lawsuits, each party shall assume all costs of its defense thereof, and shall pay all resulting judgments that may be obtained against it or its agents or emplo�tees. • Further, each party has insured against its own liability herein and will promptly notify the other oi any material � changes in such coverag.e. Q � 2. Any claims for liability arising out of the fai2ure O N to maintain facilities or keep them in good structural repair, � unless such failure is caused by the acts of the user, its N agents, employees or invitee, shall be the responsibility of s _ the owner anc� the indemnif ication by the user herein shall aot � include such claims. H. �nsurance It is hereby understood and agreed that whenever either party to this agreement shall use, operate, accupy o� have the care, custody or contral of any facility owned by the other party, the party using the facility shall bear risk of loss or damage to the facility being used and shall abtain and maintain public liability insurance in an amount no less than ONE MILLION AND NO/100 DOLLP.RS ($1,000,000) single limit liability. Each party hereto agrees to bear the risk of loss and agrees to indemnify the other to the extent of Yiabiiity arising out of that party's use, occupancy, or control of the property. Each party shall provide the other party with a certificate of public liability insurance naming the other party as an additional insured and showing proof of the I - 6 - . .. . - O O � O N � � N tT required insurance coverage. Insurance coverage shall be maintained at all times. I. Disputes In the event of any dispute or difference arising by reason of this agreement or any provision or term thereof or the use and/or payment of an� facility for the purposes of this agreement, the dispute or diffe�ence shall be resolved by the City Manager or his/her designated representative and the Superintendent of Schools or his/her designated representative. Such decision shall be arrived at as expeditiously as possible. Parties stipulate to the jurisdiction of King County Superior Court in the event any dispute cannat be satisfactorily resolved. J. Annual Review Each January a review board will meet to consider and recomme�nd changes to this agreement that may be needed. Membership on the board will consist of the following: School District - Activities Director, Director of Maintenance and Operations, one (1) junior high administrator, two (2j elementary administrators .or their designee(s}; City Director of Parks, Recreation and Human Ser�ices, Supesintendent of Maintenance and Operations,-Superi�r►tendent of Recreation and Iiuman Se�vices and two additional City represer�tatives as designated b�t the Director; Community - two (2) people, one (]�) to be chosen by each party ta this agreement. Any change to this agreement shal.l be p�esented to the approp�iate governing bodies for approval. K. Pavment for Use of the Pronertv There wil� be no rental charges for facility (bui2diag and field) usage by either party, with the exception o€ Memorial Field. Facilities use charges will apply to any usage of Memorial Field. Equipment rental charges for both parties will be at fifty percent (50�) of the rental rate normally charged by the party owninq equipment. Costs related to wages that must be paid as a result of work outside the normal work day will be paid by the user. - 7 - . � . . J . L. Maintenance The cost of maintaining and operating said recreation areas and the improvements and equipment installed thereon shall be borne by the owner of the property. Maintenance costs shall be borne by the using agenc�t when such maintenance involves extra costs to the owning agency, unless maintenance duties/equipment are exchanged in lieu of payments. Game preparation and lining of tracks anc� fields will be done by the user unless other arrangements are made. M. Terms This agreement shall be effective September �., 1991 and will continue untiZ terminated by advance written hotice from � either party, effective no sooner than sixtX (60) days O � following the date of the notice to terminate. � N N. A copy of this agreement shall be filed with the � Secretary of State, the City Clerk of the City of Fec�eral Wa�, O N the Department of Fiscal Services/Federal Way Schools and the tT King County Auditor. , O: Tliis agreement does not authorize the joint review board to acquire, hold and/or dispose of reaZ or personal propertX. ' Terms of use, and payment and liability related to the use of any real or personal praperty awned or operated bX th,e par.ties hereto are governed by the terms of this agreement. . � � CIT MANAG R, . BRENT MCFALL SUPERINTENDENT OF FEDERAir WAY SCHOOLS, DR. RICHARD iiARRIS - 8 - . , . . � � :. '�', APPROVED AS TO FORM: " � CITY ATTORNEY, SANDRA DRIS L .-� S�IOOL DISTRZC'Ir ATTORNEY, JAMES M. THRASHER ' PASSED this l7� day of ,�991. O - O� � � N � O N . � LA\EF\J�,C\91-0126. PRS � - 9 - CITY OF � - � - E� �� ■ ■/ 33530 1 ST WAY SOUTH • FEDERAL WAY, WASHINGTON 98003 September 22, 1992 Don Fountain Assistant Superintendent Federai Way School District Administration Building 31405-18th Avenue South FedeFal Way, WA 98003 Re: Interlocal between Citx & School District/#91-126 Dear Mr. Fountain: Enclosed herewith please find a copy of the recorded interlocal be�ween the City and School District for community recreation and student activities for your records. 1 yours, i N. Christine Green Deputy City Clerk (206) 661-4071 Enclosure CITY OF G� -- �-- E� �� ■ ■/ 33530 1 ST WAY SOUTH . FEDERAL WAY, WASHINGTON 98003 September 22, 1992 Secretary of State Legislative Building 2nd Floor - MS 0220 Olympia, WA 98504 Re: City of Federal Way InterlocaU#91-126 Genflemen: Enclosed herewith please find copy of recorded interlocal between the City of Federal Way and Federal Way School District No. 210 for filing with the State of Washington. Thank you. V ly yours, / N. Christine Green Deputy City Clerk (206) 661-4071 Enclosure CITY OF � _-• _ �� � �� ■ ■/ 33530 1 ST WAY SOUTH • FEDERAL WAY, WASHINGTON 98003 July 17, 1992 Kinq County Records & Elections Recording Section 553 King County Admin Bldg Seattle, WA 98104 Gentlemen: Enclosec� herewith please find originals of the followinq documents for recording: 1. Interlocal between Federal Way School District and City of Federal WaX Parks (AG 91-126); and 2. Permit for Limited Use between Cit�r and Puge� Power (AG 92- 96 ) . - - Also enclosed is the recording fee check for $23.00. Please return the recorded docua�ents to the CitX C1eFk's Office in �he e�alosed self-adc�ressed, stamped e�►velope. Thank �rou for your courtesies and assistance. ' c ly, r N. Christine Green Deputy City Clerk 661-4071 cg Enclosures .��I������� �������i'���� PRODUCER PENCO 1100 Olive Way, Suite 1250 Seattle, WA 98101 INSURED City of Federal Way 33530 1st Way South Federal Way, WA 98003 ��� ISSUE DATE (MMIDDIYY) � 10-09-91/hg CONFERS NO RIGHTS UPON THE CERTIFICATE HOLDER. THIS CERTIFICATE DOES NOT AMEND, EXTEND OR ALTER THE COVERAGE AFFORDED BY THE POLICIES BELOW. COMPANIES AFFORDING COVERAGE COMPANY A �-� LETTER Twin City Fire Insurance Company �� COMPANY B �.,�.,,�,i LETTER �� �oMPANY RECEIVED � LETTER C+ COMPANY D O C T �"1 FJa 9 _��. LETTER FINANCE �•- ETTER Y E CITYOF FEDERAL WAY Ct?v�tt1[� a°' ��; �� �" ,. ,r ,. THIS IS TO CERTIFY THAT THE POLICIES OF iNSURANCE LISTED BELOW HAVE BEEN ISSUED TO THE INSURED NAMED ABOVE FOR THE POLICY PERIOD INDICATED, NOTWITHSTANDING ANY RE�UIREMENT, TERM OR CONDITION OF ANY CONTRACT OR OTHEFI DOCUMENT WITH RESPECT TO WHICH THIS CERTIFICATE MAY BE ISSUED OR MAY PERTAIN, THE INSURANCE AFFORDED BY THE POLICIES DESCRIBED HEREIN IS SUBJECT TO ALL THE TERMS, EXCLUSIONS AND CONDITIONS OF SUCH POLICIES. LIMITS SHOWN MAY HAVE BEEN REDUCED BY PAID CLAIMS. CO TYPE OF INSURANCE POLICY NUMBER POLICY EFFECTIVE POLICY EXPIRATIONi LIMITS _Tp DATE (MM/OD/YY) DATE (MM/DD/YY) OENERAI LIABIIITY A � COMMERCIAL OENERAL LIABILITY ClA1MS MADE � OCCUR. OWNER'S 8 CONTRACTOR'S PROT. AUTOMOBILB LIABILITY ANY AUTO ALL OWNED AUTOS SCHEDULED AUTOS HIRED AUTOS NON•OWNED AUTOS QARAOE IIABILITY EXCESS LIABILITY UMBRELLA FORM OTNER THAN UMBRELLA FORM WORKER'8 COMPENSATION AND BMPLOYERB' LIABILITY OTNER 52 CES QK 0799 OENERAI AOGRE4ATE S2 � OOO � OOO PRODUCTS-COMP/OP AGG. S`� � OOO � OOO 01-31�9� O�-3�-9Z PERSONAL&ADV.INJURY $2�000�0�� EACH OCCURRENCE S`Z � OOO � OOO FIRE DAMAGE (Any one fire) $ 300 � 000 MED. D(PENSE (My one person) S 5� OOO COMBINED SIN6LE $ LIMIT BODILY INJURY $ (Per person) BODILY INJURY $ (Per accident) PROPERTY DAMAQE S EACH OCCURRENCE $ AOOREGATE S STATUTORY LIMITS EACH ACCIDENT $ Dt3EASE—POLICY LIMIT S DISEASE—EACN EMPLOYEE S DESCRIPTION OF OPERATIONS/LOCATIONSNENICLHS/SPECIAL ITEMS As respects use of school facilities by insured for sports events per insured�s recreational programs. •ibi � �n Federal Way Schcol District 31�+05 18th Ave. Scuth Federal Way, Wa 98003 `� � �u4 R i; � ,, �+,. .. .. . � � .+T �� � SW � .9�.. �4 4 A.,��n� . . � SHOULD ANY OF THE ABOVE DESCRIBED POLICIES BE CANCELLED BEFORE THE ': EXPIRATION DATE THEREOF, THE ISSUINCi COMPANY WILL ENDEAVOR TO MAIL 0 DAYS WRITTEN NOTICE TO THE CERTIFICATE HOIDER NAMED TO THE � LEFT, BUT FAILURE TO MAIL SUCH NOTICE SHALL IMPOSE NO OBLIGATION OR "' LIABILITY OF ANY KII�UPON THE COMPANY, ITS AGENTS OR REPRESENTATIVES. :i AUTHORIZED REPRESE T F� � r ��//// •/ ��/ �/�� _ ' _ �`. 1 . � 3 � � . . . . , . a� .��l� ��',°«� t�¢.,. s�..aw.�.w..,.a:.a r i ' - • ' _ •