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AG 94-192 (2) PUBLIC WORKS TRUST FUND CONSTRUCTION LOAN AGREEMENT NUMBER PW-5-94-784-012 CITY OF FEDERAL WAY PART I: ENTIRE AGREEMENT This agreement, and incorporated attachments, contains all terms and conditions agreed to by the DEPARTMENT and the LOCAL GOVERNMENT. This contract consists of nine pages and two attachments. An attachment to this agreement, ATTACHMENT I: SCOPE OF WORK, consists of a description of local project activities, certification of the project's useful life, and identification of estimated project costs and fund sources and is, by this reference, incorporated into this agreement as though set forth fully herein. In addition, ATTACHMENT II: ATTORNEY'S CERTIFICATION, is by this reference incorporated into this agreement. The DEPARTMENT and the LOCAL GOVERNMENT have executed this agreement as of the date and year last written below. DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNITY, TRADE LOCAL GOVERNMENT AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT CITY OF FEDERAL WAY et. Name -ame 7 SS/S IAN% C l alt CITY MANAGER Title Title �2 )51/41 Gus 7 c, 1 !�GG `//ff Date Date l Approved as to Form by 91-1462550 Attorney General Taxpayer Identification Number APPROVED AS TO FORM: Assi . t Atto ey General f311 Oicif Date - ._ + 1n9 1 YY 1 1994 Construction Loan Agreement ORIGINAL PART II: INTRODUCTION This loan agreement is made and entered into by and between the DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNITY, TRADE AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT, a department of the state of Washington (referred to as the "DEPARTMENT") on behalf of the PUBLIC WORKS BOARD (referred to as the "BOARD"), and the City of Federal Way (referred to as the "LOCAL GOVERNMENT"). The DEPARTMENT has received an appropriation from the Washington State Legislature under the authority of Chapter 43.155 RCW to provide financial assistance to selected units of local government for the repair, replacement, reconstruction, rehabilitation, or improvement of bridges, roads, domestic water systems, sanitary sewer, and storm sewer systems. Acting under the authority of Chapter 43.155 RCW, the BOARD has selected the LOCAL GOVERNMENT to receive a Public Works Trust Fund loan for an approved public works project. PART III: PURPOSE The DEPARTMENT and the LOCAL GOVERNMENT have entered into this agreement to undertake a local public works project which furthers the goals and objectives of the Washington State Public Works Trust Fund Program. The project will be undertaken by the LOCAL GOVERNMENT and will include the activities described in ATTACHMENT I: SCOPE OF WORK, as well as in the Public Works Trust Fund Application submitted to the BOARD by the LOCAL GOVERNMENT and upon which this agreement is based. The assisted project must be undertaken in accordance with PART IV:TERMS AND CONDITIONS, and all applicable state and local laws and ordinances, which by this reference are incorporated into this agreement as though set forth fully herein. PART IV: TERMS AND CONDITIONS The parties to this agreement agree as follows: 4.01 Rate and Term of Loan The DEPARTMENT, using funds appropriated from the Public Works Assistance Account, shall loan the LOCAL GOVERNMENT a sum not to exceed $1,555,440. The interest rate shall be one percent (1%) per annum on the outstanding principal balance. The term of the loan shall not exceed 20 years, with the final payment due July 1, 2014. 4.02 Local Project Share The LOCAL GOVERNMENT pledges an amount of locally-generated revenue not less than thirty percent (30%) of the total eligible portion of the project cost not funded by federal or state grants as identified in ATTACHMENT I: SCOPE OF WORK, to be verified at the time of project close-out. Any change in the percentage of locally-generated funds may require an adjustment in the loan amount or interest rate charged, or both. In such event, the LOCAL GOVERNMENT 2 1994 Construction Loan Agreement agrees to execute an amendment to this agreement adjusting the loan amount or interest rate, as appropriate. Local project share must consist of expenditures eligible under WAC 399-30-030(3) and be related only to project activities described in ATTACHMENT I: SCOPE OF WORK. These expenditures may be made up to twelve (12) months prior to the execution of the loan agreement and verified at the time of project close-out. PUBLIC WORKS TRUST FUND MONIES MAY NOT BE USED TO REIMBURSE THE LOCAL GOVERNMENT FOR ANY COSTS INCURRED PRIOR TO EXECUTION OF THIS LOAN AGREEMENT. 4.03 Disbursement of Loan Proceeds The DEPARTMENT shall issue warrants to the LOCAL GOVERNMENT for payment of allowable expenses incurred by the LOCAL GOVERNMENT while undertaking and administering approved project activities in accordance with ATTACHMENT I: SCOPE OF WORK. In no event shall the total Public Works Trust Fund loan exceed seventy percent (70%) of the eligible actual project costs. The disbursement of loan proceeds shall be initiated by the LOCAL GOVERNMENT on a Washington State Invoice Voucher form provided by the DEPARTMENT. The loan funds will be disbursed to the LOCAL GOVERNMENT as follows: Within thirty (30) days of the formal execution of this agreement, a sum not to exceed fifteen percent (15%) of the approved Public Works Trust Fund loan shall be disbursed by the DEPARTMENT to the LOCAL GOVERNMENT. Within thirty (30) days of the execution of a Notice to Proceed which follows the formal award of a construction contract, a sum not to exceed seventy-five percent (75%) of the approved Public Works Trust Fund loan shall be disbursed by the DEPARTMENT to the LOCAL GOVERNMENT, except in the case of engineering services contracts. If the approved project described in ATTACHMENT I: SCOPE OF WORK is solely for the completion of engineering studies, a sum not to exceed seventy-five percent (75%) of the approved Public Works Trust Fund loan shall be disbursed by the DEPARTMENT to the LOCAL GOVERNMENT within thirty (30) days of the execution of a Notice to Proceed following the formal award of a contract for engineering services. At the time of project completion, a Close-out Report, (refer to Section 4.19 for Close-out Report), shall be submitted to the DEPARTMENT by the LOCAL GOVERNMENT certifying total actual project costs. The Close-out Report shall include copies of the approved closure reports from the Department of Revenue and the Department of Labor & Industries. The final Public Works Trust Fund loan disbursement shall not bring the total loan in excess of seventy percent (70%) of the eligible project costs or the total of $1,555,440, whichever is less, nor shall this disbursement occur prior to the completion of all project activities and clearance of all Close-out documents from the Department of Revenue and the Department of Labor & Industries. The Close-out Report shall serve as a contract AMENDMENT for determining the final loan amount, interest rate, and local share. 3 1994 Construction Loan Agreement In the event that the final costs identified in the Close-out Report indicate that the LOCAL GOVERNMENT has received Public Works Trust Fund monies in excess of seventy percent (70%) of eligible costs, all funds in excess of seventy percent (70%) shall be repaid to the DEPARTMENT within thirty (30) days of submission of the Close-out Report. 4.04 Interest Earned on Public Works Trust Fund Monies All interest earned on funds disbursed by the DEPARTMENT and held by the LOCAL GOVERNMENT shall accrue to the benefit of the LOCAL GOVERNMENT and be applied to the eligible costs of the approved project. Benefits shall accrue in one of two ways: 1. Reduce the amount of the Public Works Trust Fund loan. 2. Pay part of the eligible project costs that are in excess of ATTACHMENT I: SCOPE OF WORK estimates. (Overrun of project costs.) The LOCAL GOVERNMENT shall establish procedures to ensure that all monies received from the Public Works Trust Fund loan can be readily identified and accounted for at any time during the life of this loan agreement. Such procedures shall consist of the establishment of a separate fund, account, sub-account or any other method meeting generally accepted accounting principles. 4.05 Time of Performance The LOCAL GOVERNMENT shall begin the activities identified within ATTACHMENT I: SCOPE OF WORK no later than October 1, 1994 and reach project completion no later than thirty (30) months after the date of agreement execution. Failure to perform within the time frame described in the preceding paragraph may constitute default of this agreement and require the immediate repayment of any loan funds disbursed. In the event of extenuating circumstances, the LOCAL GOVERNMENT may request, in writing, that the BOARD extend the deadline for project completion. The BOARD may, by a two-thirds vote, extend the deadline. The term of this agreement shall be for the entire term of the loan, irrespective of actual project completion, unless terminated sooner as provided herein. 4.06 Repayment The first loan repayment under this agreement is due July 1, 1995, and subsequent installments are due on July 1 of each year during the term of the loan. The first repayment under this agreement shall consist of interest only at the rate of one percent (1%) per annum, calculated on a 360-day year of twelve 30-day months, applied to funds received from the DEPARTMENT. Interest will begin to accrue from the date the DEPARTMENT issues each warrant to the LOCAL GOVERNMENT. Subsequent repayments shall consist of 1/19 of the principal plus interest on the unpaid balance of the loan. The final payment shall be an amount sufficient to bring the loan balance to zero. 4 1994 Construction Loan Agreement The LOCAL GOVERNMENT has the right to repay the unpaid balance of the loan in full at any • time, and the right to repay at a faster rate than is provided in this agreement, provided that any such payment must equal or exceed the amount normally due on an annual basis. The LOCAL GOVERNMENT will repay the loan in accordance with the preceding conditions through the use of a check,• money order, or equivalent means made payable to the DEPARTMENT and sent to: Department of Community, Trade and Economic Development Administrative Services Division/Fiscal Unit 906 Columbia Street S.W. P.O. Box 48300 Olympia, Washington 98504-8300 4.07 Repayment Account The LOCAL GOVERNMENT shall repay the loan solely from utility revenues, general obligation revenues, or a combination thereof. The name of the fund, account, or sub-account shall be Surface Water Management Fund 4.08 Default in Repayment Loan repayments shall be made to the DEPARTMENT in accordance with Section 4.06 of this agreement. A payment not received within thirty (30) days of the due date shall be declared delinquent. Delinquent payments shall be assessed a penalty of twelve percent (12%) interest per annum calculated on a 360-day year. Upon default in the payment of any annual installment, the DEPARTMENT may declare the entire remaining balance of the loan, together with interest accrued, immediately due and payable. Failure to exercise its option with respect to any such repayment in default shall not constitute a waiver by the DEPARTMENT to exercise such option for any succeeding installment payment which may then be in default. The LOCAL GOVERNMENT shall pay the costs and reasonable legal fees incurred by the DEPARTMENT in any action undertaken to enforce its rights under this section. 4.09 General Obligation This loan is a general obligation of the LOCAL GOVERNMENT, except in the case of utility systems, in which case, Section 4.10 shall prevail. 4.10 Utility System Repayment and Debt Parity This section is for the use of LOCAL GOVERNMENTS desiring to specify that debt repayment is not a general obligation of the LOCAL GOVERNMENT. This section may be used only if the entire project is a domestic water, sanitary sewer or storm sewer utility project. LOCAL GOVERNMENTS performing a storm sewer project that have not created a storm sewer utility or storm water utility may not use this section. Projects providing for a mixture of bridge, road, domestic water, sanitary sewer, and storm sewer activities may not utilize this section. 5 1994 Construction Loan Agreement II In accordance with Section 4.06 of this agreement, the LOCAL GOVERNMENT shall be obligated to make all such repayments only from the net revenue of the LOCAL GOVERNMENT'S surface water utility after the payment of the principal of and interest on any outstanding surface water utility revenue bonds or notes at any time outstanding which constitute a lien or charge on that net revenue. As used here, "net revenue" means gross revenue minus expenses of maintenance and operation. This loan agreement is not a general obligation of the LOCAL GOVERNMENT. Nothing in this section shall absolve the LOCAL GOVERNMENT of its obligation to make loan repayments when due, and to adjust rates, fees, or surcharges, if necessary, to meet its obligations under this agreement. 4.11 Recordkeepino and Access to Records The LOCAL GOVERNMENT agrees to keep such records as the DEPARTMENT may require. Such records will include information pertinent to work undertaken as part of the project, including demonstration of compliance with the terms and provisions of this agreement and all applicable state and local laws and ordinances. The LOCAL GOVERNMENT agrees to retain these records for a period of three years from the date of project completion. The DEPARTMENT and duly authorized officials of the state shall have full access and the right to examine, excerpt, or transcribe any pertinent documents, papers, records, and books of the LOCAL GOVERNMENT and of persons, firms, or organizations with which the LOCAL GOVERNMENT may contract, involving transactions related to this project and this agreement. 4.12 Reports The LOCAL GOVERNMENT, at such times and on such forms as the DEPARTMENT or the BOARD may require, shall furnish the DEPARTMENT with such periodic reports as it may request pertaining to the activities undertaken pursuant to this agreement including, but not limited to, quarterly progress reports, the Close-Out Report, and any other matters covered by this agreement. Failure to file periodic reports as requested may result in termination of this agreement as per Section 4.16. 4.13 Indemnification The LOCAL GOVERNMENT will defend, protect, indemnify, save, and hold harmless the DEPARTMENT, the BOARD, and the state of Washington from and against any and all claims, costs, damages, expenses, or liability for any or all injuries to persons or tangible property, arising from the acts or omissions of the LOCAL GOVERNMENT or any of its contractors or subcontractors, or any employees or agents of either in the performance of this agreement, however caused. In the case of negligence of both the DEPARTMENT and the LOCAL GOVERNMENT, any damages allowed ,shall be levied in proportion to the percentage of negligence attributable to each party. 6 1994 Construction Loan Agreement 4.14 Amendments, Modifications, and Waivers Except for an increase in the amount of the loan governed by this agreement, the LOCAL GOVERNMENT may request an amendment of this agreement for the purpose of modifying the SCOPE OF WORK or for extending the time of performance as provided for in Section 4.05. No modification or amendment resulting in an extension of time shall take effect until a request in writing has been received and approved by the Board in accordance with Section 4.05. No amendment or modification shall take effect until approved in writing by both the DEPARTMENT and the LOCAL GOVERNMENT and attached hereto. No conditions or provisions of this agreement may be waived unless approved by the DEPARTMENT in writing. 4.15 Disputes Except as otherwise provided in this agreement, any dispute concerning a question of fact arising under this agreement that is not disposed of by this agreement shall be decided by a panel consisting of a representative of the DEPARTMENT, a representative of the LOCAL GOVERNMENT, and a representative of the BOARD. The panel shall reduce its decision to writing and furnish a copy to all parties to the agreement. The decision of the panel shall be final and conclusive. This clause does not preclude the consideration of questions of law in connection with decisions provided for in the preceding paragraph provided that nothing in this agreement shall be construed as making final the decisions of any administrative official, representative, or board on a question of law. 4.16 Termination for Cause If the LOCAL GOVERNMENT fails to comply with the terms of this agreement, or fails to use the loan proceeds only for those activities identified in ATTACHMENT I: SCOPE OF WORK, the DEPARTMENT may terminate the agreement in whole or in part at any time. The DEPARTMENT shall promptly notify the LOCAL GOVERNMENT in writing of its determination to terminate, the reason for such termination, and the effective date of the termination. Upon termination of the loan agreement, the DEPARTMENT shall declare the entire remaining balance of the loan, together with any interest accrued, immediately due and payable. 4.17 Governing Law and Venue This agreement shall be construed and enforced in accordance with, and the validity and performance hereof shall be governed by, the laws of the state of Washington. Venue of any suit between the parties arising out of this agreement shall be the Superior Court of Thurston County, Washington. The prevailing party is entitled to recover costs in accordance with Washington State Law (Chapter 4.84 RCW). 4.18 Severability If any provision under this agreement or its application to any person or circumstances is held invalid by any court of rightful jurisdiction, this invalidity does not affect other provisions of the agreement which can be given effect without the invalid provision. 7 1994 Construction Loan Agreement 4.19 Project Completion The DEPARTMENT will require and notify the LOCAL GOVERNMENT to initiate a Close-out Report when the activities identified in ATTACHMENT I: SCOPE OF WORK are completed. In the report, the LOCAL GOVERNMENT will provide the following information to the DEPARTMENT: 1. A description of the actual work performed, in addition to a certified statement of the actual dollar amounts spent, from all fund sources, in completing the project as described. 2. Certification that all costs associated with the project have been incurred. Costs are incurred when goods and services are received and/or contract work is performed. 3. Copies of the approved closure reports from the Department of Revenue and the Department of Labor & Industries, certifying that all sales taxes have been paid and appropriate industrial insurance and prevailing wages have been paid. 4.20 Project Close-out In accordance with Section 4.03 of this agreement, the LOCAL GOVERNMENT will submit, together with the Close-out Report, a request for a sum not to exceed the final ten percent (10%) of the loan amount. This disbursement shall not occur prior to the completion of all project activities and clearance of all Close-out documents from the Department of Revenue and the Department of Labor & Industries. The LOCAL GOVERNMENT shall be responsible to ensure compliance with the Department of Revenue and the Department of Labor & Industries requirements by their contractor(s). 4.21 Audit Audits of the LOCAL GOVERNMENT'S project activities may be conducted by the Municipal Division of the State Auditor's Office in accordance with state law and any guidelines the DEPARTMENT may prescribe. Payment for the audit shall be made by the LOCAL GOVERNMENT. 4.22 Project Signs If the LOCAL GOVERNMENT displays, during the period covered by this agreement, signs or markers identifying those agencies participating financially in the approved project, the sign or marker must identify the Washington State Public Works Trust Fund as a participant in the project. 4.23 Utilization of Minority and Women Business Enterprises (MWBE) The LOCAL GOVERNMENT is encouraged to utilize business firms that are certified as minority- owned and/or women-owned in carrying out the purposes of this loan agreement. LOCAL GOVERNMENTS may set their own utilization standards, based upon local conditions, or may utilize the state of Washington MWBE goals, as identified in WAC 326-30-041. 8 1994 Construction Loan Agreement 4.24 Nondiscrimination Provision There shall not be discrimination against any employee who is paid by the funds indicated in the contract or against any applicant for such employment because of race, color, sex, age, or national origin. This provision shall include, but not be limited to, the following: employment, upgrading, demotion, transfer, recruitment, advertising, lay-off or termination, rates or pay or other forms of compensation and selection for training. This section shall be construed to pertain to the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (Public Law 101-336), which provides comprehensive civil rights protection in the areas of employment, public accommodation, state and local government services, and telecommunications to individuals with disabilities. PART V: SPECIAL ASSURANCES The LOCAL GOVERNMENT assures compliance with all applicable state and local laws, requirements, and ordinances as they pertain to the design, implementation, and administration of the approved project. Of particular importance are the following: 5.01 RCW 43.155.060 The LOCAL GOVERNMENT shall comply with the provisions of RCW 43.155.060 regarding competitive bidding requirements for projects assisted in whole or in part with money from the Public Works Trust Fund program. 5.02 WAC 399-30-030(3) The LOCAL GOVERNMENT assures compliance with WAC 399-30-030(3)which identifies eligible costs for projects assisted with Public Works Trust Fund loans. 9 1994 Construction Loan Agreement PUBLIC WORKS TRUST FUND ATTACHMENT 1: SCOPE OF WORK PW-5-94-784-012 City of Federal Way (Jurisdiction) Kitts Corner Regional Drainage Improvements and South 336th Regional Retention/Detention Facility (Project Title) 1. Provide a clear description of the project to be financed in part by a Public Works Trust Fund loan. (attach an additional sheet if necessary): Attached is a reference map from the Hylebos Creek and Lower Puget Sound Basin Plan (fig 1.1) that shows the plan area. The City of Federal Way is shown as the incorporated area within King County, west of Interstate 5, south of S. 272nd Street. Also attached are: Figure 4.1.1 Showing the water features including wetlands of the West Hylebos Creek subbasin where the projects are located; Figure 4.1.2 Identifying problem conditions in the basin; Figure 4.1.3 Showing the recommended solutions. These facilities are necessary because of inadequate flow controls for existing development. Because this subbasin is currently 90 percent builtout, the basin plan has identified uncontrolled flow increases in, this subbasin. These flows are nearly 3.5 time larger than under historic (forested) conditions. The plan solutions "rely on reducing existing flows and pollutants from the Northeast area"; this project implements two of the recommended portions of the overall solutions. Part A: South 336th Regional Detention/Retention Facility The storage facility portion of the project (Project #2435) consists of constructing a stormwater retention/detention pond providing a total of 46 acre-feet of storage during the 100-year runoff event, with release at lower flow rates to prevent downstream impacts. A prior design for this facility was completed by King County; updating of the design is underway and will be accomplished prior to construction. The pond will contain a permanent pool and other wetpond features intended to enhance the pollutant removal efficiency, consistent with the Department of Ecology's Storm water management manual for the Puget Sound Basin, and King County's Surface Water Design Manual. The wetland portion of the project (Project #2436) will restore a highly degraded wetland system which has been mostly drained and reduced from its historic area to regain the approximately 15-acre-feet of storage which naturally occurred in the system. Restoration is anticipated to require the construction of berms and flow control structures, grading, clearing and revegetation. Final design of this facility will also be accomplished prior to construction, and will include water quality enhancing features consistent with the Ecology Stormwater Management Manual for the Puget Sound Basin, and King County's Surface Water Design Manual. Completion of the required SEPA review is anticipated prior to construction. Acquisition of easements or other property rights necessary to construct and maintain the facility is also planned. The facility will be operated and maintained by the Surface Water Utility Division of Scope of Work Page 2 PW-5-94-784-012 Federal Way. Maintenance is anticipated to consist of vegetation management and periodic (5- 10 years) sediment removal. Additional services and requirements include detailed plan preparation, construction management, contract administration, legal review, taxes, and contingencies. We are including the following information in order to avoid any confusion as to the project's eligibility: The So. 336th Street Regional Storage Facility project will be constructed to reduce storm event flows downstream. As these flows only occur during peak rainfall periods, the construction of this project does not involve construction or repairs of dikes on a stream with a mean annual flow greater than 20 cubic feet per second. Part B: Kitts Corner Regional Drainage Improvements Part B of the project is #2437 - Kitts Corner. It will involve conveyance upgrades to a portion of a major storm drainage trunk system. The conveyance upgrades include the installation of upsized pipes under S. 336th St. and SR 99. Due to the fact that the downstream system is at this time inadequate to handle the increased flows these pipes would generate, this project cannot be accomplished prior to Part A. A prior design for this facility was completed by King County; updating of the design is required and will be accomplished prior to construction. The wetland portion of the project will restore a highly degraded wetland system which has been mostly drained and reduced from its historic area to regain the approximately 15 acre-feet of storage which naturally occurred in the system. Restoration is anticipated to require the construction of berms and flow control structures, grading, clearing and revegetation. Final design of this facility will also be accomplished prior to construction, and will include water quality enhancing design features consistent with the Ecology Stormwater Management Manual for the Puget Sound Basin, and King County's Surface Water Design Manual. Additional services and requirements include detailed plan preparation, construction management, contract administration, lead review, taxes, and contingencies. We are including the following information in order to avoid any confusion as to the project's eligibility: The Kitts Corner project will be constructed to reduce storm event flows downstream. As these flows only occur during peak rainfall periods, the construction of this project does not involve construction or repairs of dikes on a stream with a mean annual flow greater than 20-cubic-feet per second. Scope of Work Page 3 P W-5-94-784-012 2. The term for this loan will be based on an engineer's certification of the expected useful life of the improvements, as stated below, or 20 years, whichever is less. If the local government prefers the term of its loan to be less than either 20 years or the useful life of the improvements, the preferred loan term should be indicated: TWENTY (20) years. 3. I, CARY M. ROE , licensed engineer, certify that the average expected useful life for the improvements described above is FTFTY (co) years. Signed: / 2 14-1 CARY M. , P.E. DEPUTY PUS I WORKS DIRECTOR Date: fr' Telephone: (206) 661-4135 • Scope of Work Page 4 PW-5-94-784-012 Estimated Project Costs: Repair or Expansion Total Replacement or Growth Preliminary Engineer Report $ 31,000 •$ $ 31,000 Design Engineering 259,300 259,300 Land/R-O-W Acquisition 647,520 647,520 Sales or Use Taxes 75,104 75,104 Other Fees 130,000 130,000 Construction Inspection 71,630 71.630 Start-up Costs Financing Costs Contingency (_%) 91,588 91,588 Construction 915,930 915,930 TOTAL ESTIMATED COSTS $ 2,222,072 $ $ 2.222,072 Anticipated Fund Sources: A. Federal Grants $ State Grants $ B. Locally Generated Revenue General Funds $ Capital Reserves $ Other Fund $ Rates $ 666.632 Assessments $ (LID, RID, ULID) Special Levies $ Federal Loan(s) from: (identify all) $ State Loan(s) from: (identify all) Other: (identify sources) $ TOTAL LOCAL REVENUE: $ 666.632 C. PUBLIC WORKS TRUST FUND LOAN: $ 1,555,440 a Scope of Work Page 5 PW-5-94-784-012 Calculating Local Percentage: (Note: Please exclude any expansion/growth costs before calculating the local percentage.) Calculate as follows: Total Local Revenue PWTF Loan + Total Local Revenue = Local Loan Percentage 30% The local contribution must be at least: ten percent (10%) for a loan interest rate of 3%, twenty percent (20%) for a loan interest rate of 2%, and thirty percent (30%) for a long interest rate of 1%. • Public Works Trust Fund ATTACHMENT II: ATTORNEY'S CERTIFICATION I, LcNDI K. LINDELL , hereby certify: I am an attorney at law admitted to practice in the State of Washington and the duly appointed attorney of the CITY OP FEDERAL WAY (the LOCAL GOVERNMENT); and I have also examined any and all documents and records which are pertinent to the loan agreement, including the application requesting this financial assistance. Based on the foregoing, it is my opinion that: 1. The LOCAL GOVERNMENT is a public body, properly constituted and operating under the laws of the State of Washington, empowered to receive and expend federal, state and local funds, to contract with the State of Washington, and to receive and expend the funds involved to accomplish the objectives set forth in their application. 2. The LOCAL GOVERNMENT is empowered to accept the Public Works Trust Fund financial assistance and to provide for repayment of the loan as set forth in the loan agreement. 3. There is currently no litigation in existence seeking to enjoin the commencement or completion of the above-described public facilities project or to enjoin the LOCAL GOVERNMENT from repaying the Public Works Trust Fund loan extended by the DEPARTMENT with respect to such project. The LOCAL GOVERNMENT is not a party to litigation which will materially affect its ability to repay such loan on the terms contained in the loan agreement. 4. Assumption of this obligation would not exceed statutory and administrative rule debt limitations applicable to the LOCAL GOVERNMENT. • gn - •.* � . Date T!ZnUI R L7PIDELT- Name 33530 1st Way South, Federal way WA 8800,3 Address RECEIVED AUG 2 4 1994 STATE OF WASHINGTON CITY OF FEDERAL WAY DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNITY, TRADE AND ECONOMICSOPEAMMERAMEMENT 906 Columbia St.SW • PO Box 48300 • Olympia, Washington 98504-8300 • (206)753-220; August 23, 1994 i g /1 ____ / 11/1 Jeff Pratt, P.E. Project Engineer City of Federal Way 33530 1st Way South Federal Way, WA 98003-6210 • RE: Public Works Trust Fund Loan Agreement Number PW-5-94-784-012 Dear Mr. Pratt: Enclosed is a fully executed copy of Public Works Trust Fund Loan Agreement Number PW-5-94-784-012 between the Department of Community, Trade and Economic Development and the City of Federal Way. Please keep this copy with other local records related to your approved Public Works Trust Fund project. If you have any questions, please call me at (206) 664-0406. Sincer ly, Mike Woods PWTF Contracts Manager MW:mw Enclosure i