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AG 14-037RETURN TO: EXT: CITY OF FEDERAL WAY LAW DEPARTMENT ROUTING FORM 1. "RIGINATING DEPT/Div: PUBLIC WORKS/ j`�' n� ,, �' A 2. _.IGINATING STAFF PERSON: �iu, �ooC,t /(J�U ExT: 2750 3. DATE REQ. BY: ASA? 4. TYPE OF DOCUMENT (CHECK ONE: ❑ CONTRACTOR SELECTION DOCUMENT (E.G., RFB, RFP, RFQ) ❑ PUBLIC WORKS CONTRACT ❑ SMALL OR LIMITED PUBLIC WORKS CONTRACT Cl PROFESSIONAL SERVICE AGREEMENT ❑ MAINTENANCE AGREEMENT • GOODS AND SERVICE AGREEMENT ❑ HUMAN SERVICES/ CDBG • REAL ESTATE DOCUMENT ❑ SECURITY DOCUMENT (E.C. BOND RELATED DOCUMENTS) • ORDINANCE , ❑ RESOLUTION • CONTRACT AMENDMENT (AG#): ❑ INTERLOCAL • OTHER 6dMA)T- A(.0F.6mfiQr 5. PROJECTNAME: hyxw 6J1Wgego w ASNELies h6m6yT 6. NAME OF CONTRACTOR: 4Y 1 t j OUY I fLA f kOO& C A VI I 4L Yi y' • ``- ADDRESS: TELEPHONE: E -MAIL: FAX: SIGNATURE NAME: TITLE: 7. EXHIBITS AND ATTACHMENTS: ❑ SCOPE, WORK OR SERVICES ❑ COMPENSATION ❑ INSURANCE REQUIREMENTS /CERTIFICATE ❑ ALL OTHER REFERENCED EXHIBITS ❑ PROOF OF AUTHORITY TO SIGN ❑ REQUIRED LICENSES ❑ PRIOR CONTRACT /AMENDMENTS CFW LICENSE # 2 BL,1EXP. 12/31/_ UBI # , EXP. _ /_ / u _ 8. TERM: COMMENCEMENT DATE: J1 1 1 COMPLETION DATE: 13' I ( 4 9. TOTAL COMPENSATION: $ (INCLUDE EXPENSES AND SALES TAX, IF ANY (IF CALCULATED ON HOURLY LABOR CHARGE - ATTACH SCHEDULES OF EMPLOYEES TITLES AND HOLIDAY RATES REIMBURSABLE EXPENSE: ❑ YES ❑ NO IF YES, MAXIMUM DOLLAR AMOUNT: $ IS SALES TAX OWED: ❑ YES ❑ NO IF YES, $ PAID BY: ❑ CONTRACTOR ❑ CITY ❑ PURCHASING: PLEASE CHARGE TO: 10. DOCUMENT/ CONTRACT REVIEW Cl PROJECT MANAGER DIVISION MANAGER psi DEPUTY DIRECTOR 'DIRECTOR ❑ RISK MANAGEMENT (IF APPLICABLE) xLAW DEPT INITIAL / DATE REVIEWED � 1 r 11. COUNCIL APPROVAL (IF APPLICABLE) COMMITTEE APPROVAL DATE: 1 lt 1 12. CONTRACT SIGNATURE ROUTING INITIAL / DATE APPROVED COUNCIL APPROVAL DATE: 1 ❑ SENT TO VENDOR/CONTRACTOR DATE SENT $1 ti DATE REC'D: ❑ ATTACH: SIGNATURE AUTHORITY, INSURANCE CERTIFICATE, LICENSES, tXH'IBITS INITIAL / DATE SIGNED 44' DEPT 'V SIGNATORY (MAYOR OR DIRECTOR) • CITY CLERK • ASSIGNED AG# AG# �El • SIGNED COPY RETURNED DATE SENT: ❑ RETURN ONE ORIGINAL COMMENTS: EXFr' fTE " " ORIGINALS 441t.1BW dg*y 1r /Q�� FjUT �'tf BICIi y. 11/9 AWARD NUMBER 10.13.1 AGREEMENT FOR AWARD OF COOPERATIVE WATERSHED MANAGEMENT GRANT FUNDS BETWEEN THE CITY OF FEDERAL WAY AND KING COUNTY This Agreement is made between King County, a municipal corporation, and the City of Federal Way (referred to herein as "Recipient "), for the purposes set forth herein. This Agreement shall be in effect from the date of execution to August 31, 2014. SECTION 1. RECITALS 1.1 Whereas, the King County Flood Control District ( "District ") is a quasi - municipal corporation of the State of Washington, authorized to provide funding for cooperative watershed management arrangements and actions for purposes of water quality, water resource, and habitat protection and management; 1.2 Whereas King County is the service provider to the District under the terms of an interlocal agreement ( "ILA ") by and between King County and the District, dated February 17, 2009, as amended, and as service provider implements the District's annual work program and budget; 1.3 Whereas, the Board of Supervisors of the District, the District's governing body, passed Resolution FCD2012 -11.2 on October 29, 2012, authorizing the King County executive or his designee to develop and administer a grant award program of up to $3,150,000 in 2013 for water quality and water resources and habitat restoration and management projects and activities allocated in the amounts of $1.2 million for WRIA 8, $1.2 million for WRIA 9, $600,000 for the Snoqualmie Watershed and $150,000 for WRIA 10 projects in King County, provided that the project list is approved by the District executive committee; 1.4 Whereas, in accordance with Resolution FCD2012 -07.2 and in its capacity as service provider to the District, King County has established a grant award program to fund water quality and water resources and habitat restoration and management projects and activities ( "Cooperative Watershed Management Award Program "); 1.5 Whereas, the Recipient has submitted an application to the Puyallup/White Watershed (WRIA 10) Citizens' Advisory Committee for the Project and it has recommended the Project for funding under the Cooperative Watershed Management Grant Program in accordance with King County's Cooperative Watershed Management Grant Program Policies and Procedures, a copy of which has been furnished by King County to the Recipient and which are incorporated herein by this reference ( "Grant Policies and Procedures "); 1.6 Whereas the District's Executive Committee has received a list of proposed projects that includes the Project, as described in Exhibit A attached hereto and incorporated herein by this reference, and the Executive Committee has approved the Project for funding up to Page 1 of 14 the amount of $31,619; 1.7 Whereas King County has received a Scope of Work and a Budget for the Project from the Recipient and has determined that the Scope of Work, attached hereto and incorporated herein as Exhibit B ( "Scope of Work "), and the Budget, attached hereto and incorporated herein as Exhibit C ( "Budget "), are consistent with the Grant Policies and Procedures; 1.8 Whereas, King County and the Recipient desire to enter into this Agreement for the purpose of establishing the terms and conditions under which King County will provide funding from the District in accordance with the Policies and Procedures, and the Recipient will implement the Project. SECTION 2. AGREEMENT 2.1. The Recitals are an integral part of this Agreement and are incorporated herein by this reference. 2.2. King County agrees to award the Recipient an award in the total amount of $31,619 from District funds (the Award). The Award shall be used by the Recipient solely for the performance of the Project, as described in Exhibit A of this Agreement. King County shall pay the Recipient in accordance with the Grant Policies and Procedures. 2.3. The Recipient represents and warrants that it will only use the Award for the Scope of Work of this Agreement and in accordance with the Project Budget. The Recipient shall be required to refund to King County that portion of the Award which is used for work or tasks not included in the Scope of Work. Further, the Recipient agrees to return to King County any portion of the Award that is not expended or remains after completion of the Scope of Work. 2.4. Activities carried out for this Project and expenses incurred by the Recipient may predate the execution date of this Agreement provided that 1) they have been identified by Recipient as being within the scopes of numbers 2) and 3) below, and have been approved by the County as being within such scopes; 2) The activities are specified in the Scope of Work of this Agreement; 3) the expenses are incurred in carrying out the Scope of Work and are authorized by this award as identified in the Budget of this Agreement; 4) such activities and expenses otherwise comply with all other terms of this Agreement; and 5) reimbursements shall be paid to the Recipient only after this Agreement has been fully executed. 2.5. The Recipient shall invoice King County for incurred expenses using the Request for Payment form and Progress Report, attached hereto and incorporated herein as Exhibit D, for those documented and allowable expenses identified in the Budget and according to the rules set forth in the Grant Policies and Procedures. A progress report (with or without a request for payment) shall be made no less frequently than every six months after the effective date of this Agreement nor more frequently than every three months Page 2 of 14 after the aforementioned date. Advances are allowable only for anticipated expenses to be incurred in the next three months from the date of submission of the Request for Payment for work that is included in the Scope of Work of this Agreement, and identified as such in the Request. Documentation of payments made from advances shall be submitted to King County prior to any further requests for payment. No advances shall exceed 80% of the total Award. The final request for payment shall be submitted with the final report described in Section 2.6 of this Agreement and shall be no less than 20% of the Award. 2.6. The Recipient shall be required to submit to King County a final report which documents the Recipient's completion of the work in conformance with the terms of this Agreement within thirty (30) days after the completion of the work and submit a Close -out Report (Exhibit E of this Agreement). The final report shall, among other things, summarize the project's successes and shall address the watershed benefits accomplished by the work in a format provided by King County for this purpose as set forth in the Grant Policies and Procedures. 2.7. The Recipient's expenditures of Award funds shall be separately identified in the Recipient's accounting records. If requested, the Recipient shall comply with other reasonable requests made by King County with respect to the manner in which Project expenditures are tracked and accounted for in the Recipient's accounting books and records. The Recipient shall maintain such records of expenditures as may be necessary to conform to generally accepted accounting principles further described in Section 2.8 below and to meet the requirements of all applicable state and federal laws. 2.8. The Recipient shall be required to track project expenses using the Budget Accounting and Reporting System for the State of Washington ( "BARS ") or Generally Accepted Accounting Principles set forth by the Financial Accounting Standards Board or by the Governmental Accounting Standards Board. 2.9. King County or its representative, and the District or its representative shall have the right from time to time, at reasonable intervals, to audit the Recipient's books and records in order to verify compliance with the terms of this Agreement. The Recipient shall cooperate with King County and the District in any such audit. 2.10. The Recipient shall retain all accounting records and project files relating to this Agreement in accordance with criteria established by the Washington State Archivist Local Government Common Records Retention Schedule (CORE) as revised. 2.11. The Recipient shall ensure that all work performed by its employees, agents, contractors or subcontractors is performed in a manner which protects and safeguards the environment and natural resources and which is in compliance with local, state and federal laws and regulations. The Recipient shall implement an appropriate monitoring system or program to ensure compliance with this provision. 2.12. The Recipient agrees to indemnify, defend and hold harmless King County, and the District, their elected or appointed officials, employees and agents, from all claims, alleged liability, damages, losses to or death of person or damage to property arising out Page 3 of 14 of any acts or omissions of the Recipient, its employees, agents, contractors or subcontractors in performing its obligations under the terms of this Agreement. 2.13. The Recipient agrees to acknowledge the District as a source of funding for this project on all literature, signage or press releases related to said project. SECTION 3. GENERAL PROVISIONS 3.1. This Agreement shall be binding upon and inure to the benefit of the parties hereto and their respective successors and assigns. 3.2. This Agreement constitutes the entire agreement between the parties with respect to the subject matter hereof. No prior or contemporaneous representation, inducement, promise or agreement between or among the parties which relate to the subject matter hereof which are not embodied in this Agreement shall be of any force or effect. 3.3. No amendment to this Agreement shall be binding on any of the parties to this Agreement unless such amendment is in writing and is executed by the parties. The parties contemplate that this Agreement may from time to time be modified by written amendment which shall be executed by duly authorized representatives of the parties and attached to this Agreement. 3.4. Each parry warrants and represents that such party has full and complete authority to enter into this Agreement and each person executing this Agreement on behalf of a party warrants and represents that he /she has been fully authorized to execute this Agreement on behalf of such party and that such party is bound by the signature of such representative. 3.5. The Project shall be completed by no later than August 31, 2014. In the event that the Project is not completed by this date, King County has the discretion, but not the obligation, to terminate this Agreement and request and receive any unexpended Award funds that may be held by the Recipient. 3.6. This Agreement may be signed in multiple counterparts. 3.7. If any provision of this Agreement or of any other agreement, document or writing pursuant to or in connection with this Agreement, shall be wholly or partially invalid or unenforceable under applicable law, said provision will be ineffective to that extent only, without in any way affecting the remaining parts or provision of said agreement, provided that the remaining provisions continue to effect the purposes of this Agreement. 3.8. The amount of the Award has been fully funded by the District. To the extent that funding of the Award requires future appropriations by the King County Council, King County's obligations are contingent upon the appropriation of sufficient funds by the King County Council to complete the Scope of Work. If no such appropriation is made, this Agreement will terminate at the close of the appropriation year for which the last appropriation that provides funds under this Agreement was made. Page 4 of 14 This document has been approved as to form by the King County Prosecuting Attorney's Office as of July 15, 2012. Date- By A ate RECIPIENT: ByA Name fir! Titled Date Page 5 of 14 EXHIBIT A: Project Description WRIA APPLICANT PROJECT DESCRIPTION REQUEST MATCH City of Hylebos The proposed project will conduct a $31,619 $1,600 10 Federal Watershed fisheries study that will include fish Way Fisheries speciation, utilization and barriers to Assessment recovery assessment. This study will be used to identify projects for inclusion in the update of the Surface Water Management Comprehensive Plan. Page 6of14 EXHIBIT B: SCOPE OF WORK TASKS OUTLINED DESCRIPTION OF ACTIVITIES AND PRODUCTS ESTIMATED DATES PERCENT OF When will TOTAL task be BUDGET completed 1. Fish 1. A fish speciation and utilization assessment will be performed to: 100% April 2014 speciation identify the types and numbers of fish utilizing the Hylebos system and and to assess the functionality of the various reaches within the utilization watershed with respect to supporting resident and anadromous fish. assessment Approximately 3 stream miles will be assessed on10 private properties in addition to public right of ways. Specific tasks will include: • Report addressing fish species present in the Hylebos, barriers to salmon recovery and the potential for salmon recovery. • Detailed fish utilization mapping of the Hylebos watershed showing how the stream system is used by resident and anadromous fish. Recommendations on restoration activities. • 2013 salmon return assessment with respect to numbers and species. Report with recommendations for creating a City staff /volunteer run monitoring plan for future years. 2. A copy of the consultant agreement between the City and the consultant carrying out the above bulleted tasks and further describing the work proposed in this Agreement will be submitted as a deliverable prior to the Final Report. Permits/ Obtain permission to visit 10 private land owners to access the stream Ongoing permission corridor on their land. June 2013, Credits This grant fund will be acknowledged in our quarterly newsletter, presentations to Council and ultimately on any informational signage Dec 2013 & associated with trail systems or projects that evolved from this project. June 2014 Final report Submit a final report and the financial closeout documentation. Cannot be July 31, later than 30 days after the end date of the project. 2014 Page 7of14 EXHIBIT C: BUDGET Page 8 of 14 ITEM & COST BASIS FOR GRANT MATCH FUNDS /IN -KIND BUDGET ITEM CALCULATING AMOUNT REQUEST • Source and status (pending or received) • Amount and note if in- kind or cash Staff Salaries & benefits Management,$40 /hr, 40hr $0 $1,600 /in -kind Unit of pay /Unit of time /Sub - totals Name & title for each Benefits basis includes: (what) and is calculated at x % of salaries Consultant services Fisheries Assessment $31,572 $0 Purpose, basis and cost Envr Engr - $100 /hr, 24 hrs PM — $135 /hr, 24hrs Biologist— $115/hr,112 hrs Hydr Engr - $150 /hr, 40 hrs EIT - $82 /hr, 86 hrs Misc. $47 TOTAL $31,619.00 $1,600 /in -kind Page 8 of 14 EXHIBIT D: REQUEST FOR PAYMENT AND PROGRESS REPORT KING � KItiG ��UtiTY CONTROL Water and Land Resources Division La FLOOD AD I S T R I C T River and Floodplain Management Section King County King County Cooperative Watershed Management Grant Payment Request Date Recipient Name City of Federal Way Contact Name Phone Address 1 Address 2 City, State, Zip Code Request # Dates (beginning & end date for this claim) Instructions: Complete this spreadsheet and attach your financial / accounting system reports to document all expenses Hylebos Watershed Fisheries PROJECT NAME Assessment PROJECT CODE 10.13.1 Budget Line Item (From Exhibit B Budget) Budgeted Current Request Amount of all Previous Requests Balance Remaining S - S - S - S - S - S - S - S - S - TOTALS: $ $ $ - $ Amount from Current Request above requested as an advance EXPLANATION: Page 9 of 14 KING COUNTY FLOOD CONTROL Water and Land Resources Division ' DISTRICT River and Floodplain Management Section King Couiilty COOPERATIVE WATERSHED MANAGEMENT GRANT PROGRESS REPORT Date PROJECT PROJECT NUMBER Recipient Name Contact Name Phone Address 1 Address 2 City, State, Zip Code Request # Dates (beginning & end date for this claim) 01/00/00 Hylebos Watershed Fisheries Assessment 10.13.1 City of Federal Way 0 0 0 0 0 N 0 SCOPE OF WORK ITEM DELIVERABLES: Progress / Status /percentage completed (note approximate or actual dates) 1) 2) Page 10 of 14 3) 4) 5) Add more pages if necessary Please mail or e-mail all documents to: Katrina Johnston Water and Land Resources Division Department of Natural Resources and Parks KSC -NR -0600 201 South Jackson Street, Suite 600 Seattle, WA 98104 -3855 Phone: 206 - 263 -0478 Fax: 206 - 205 -5134 Email: katrina.johnston @kingcounty.gov Page 11 of 14 EXHIBIT E CLOSE -OUT REPORT Recipient City of Federal Way Project title Hylebos Watershed Fisheries Assessment Project start and end dates Attached Total award $ Total spent $ Amount due at close -out $ Total unspent $ Submit the followine: CONTINUED Page 12 of 14 Checklist OF Im Previously Attached PROGRAMMATIC CLOSE -OUT Submitted 1. Letter(s) of commitment from key partners. ❑ ❑ 2. Final report documenting the successful completion of the project according to the exhibit A: Scope of Work and timeline in your ❑ ❑ agreement. 3. Documentation of measurement methods and timelines and any El results to date. FOLLOWING ITEMS TO BE INCLUDED AS APPLICABLE KCFCD acknowledge- ment 4. Selection of outreach materials, such as: handouts, brochures, posters, newspaper clippings, press releases, ❑ ❑ ❑ and web page screen hard copies. 5. Copies of selected printed materials, created for the project or about it, and /or other items that illustrate ❑ ❑ ❑ the successful completion of the project. 6. Selected copies of pictures, film, video, PowerPoint presentation in CD, DVD, email and /or documentation ❑ ❑ ❑ presenting your project, if applicable. FINANCIAL CLOSE -OUT 7. Attach receipts and /or auditable accounting detail (may include: ❑ ❑ ledger -based copies, cancel checks, and payroll records). 8. Documentation of cash and in -kind match. CONTINUED Page 12 of 14 King County Cooperative Watershed Management Fiscal Close -Out Date Recipient Name PROJECT NAME AWARD City of Federal Way Hylebos Watershed Fisheries Assessment PROJECT CODE 10.13.1 Budget Line Item (From Exhibit B Budget) Budgeted Amount of all Previous Requests Balance Forfeited Source TOTALS: neeTru Item Budgeted Actual Balance Source $ - $ - $ - NOTES Page 13 of 14 CONTINUED PROVISIONS By signing this Financial CLOSEOUT, I , an authorized representative of the above named award recipient (RECIPIENT), confirm that I have examined the information contained herein and that, to the best of my knowledge, it is a true and accurate account of all the financial expenses and in -kind contributions incurred by the above named project in the course of fulfilling the conditions of the AGREEMENT between RECIPIENT and King County (COUNTY). I hereby acknowledge that there are no further expenses associated with this project, nor any pending or future claims to the COUNTY and that the COUNTY is not liable for any expenses not documented in Attachment B (Budget) of the AGREEMENT. I understand that the RECIPIENT is fully bound by the provisions of the AGREEMENT including, but not limited to, the return of COUNTY funds that are unspent or whose spending is unsubstantiated according to the terms of the AGREEMENT and the right to examine records. I further understand that the COUNTY, upon examining the financial close -out and the final report submitted by the RECIPIENT will determine the amount of the balance due to the RECIPIENT. SIGNED DATE ❑ Approved for Close -Out ❑ Not approved for close -out EXAMINER SIGNATURE: Notes: DATE: END OF EXHIBIT E Page 14 of 14 Quarterly Project Report Form �A�► waehrngten State Mar `,,,. Jun Sep ` Dec 2014 �!1 Department of Transportation y Project Number ( WSDOT use only) Way SRTS- 0443(006) PIN OLP600P t Title WO TA5075 Way High and Sacajawea Middle School Pedestrian Project Description tion Project includes sidewalk, curb, gutter, curb ramps, planter strips, ictor sharrow markings, street lights, roundabout, and flashing beacons. Phase - KPG, Inc. bnt Progress Design completed. onmental docs have been submitted to WSDOT for approval. Scope, and Cost Changes (Explain the reasons for the project schedule, scope, and cost changes) Source Amount Source Amount Source Amount s Administered by WSDOT SRTS 2013 Fed $775,000 )OT use only) 13-15 Cash Flow (Expenditures reimbursed by WSDOT - In $1000s) (- in $1000s) Quarter Planned Revised Routes and Bike /Pod Safety projects only $ 16 16 Expenditures Prior to 13 -15 Biennium $ 0 12/13 Scheduled Attained Amount Scheduled Attained Amount ition MN MN $ Enforcement MN MN $ Pct Milestones Grand Totals $ 775 12/14 $ 100 Scheduled Proposed Attained Scheduled Proposed Attained A Added to Local QN Right MN achieved Right of Way QN N/A MN MN ;y TIP Start A Added to QN MN MN achieved Right of Way QN N/A MN MN nal TIP Complete A Added to STIP ON MN MN achieved Geometric/30% QN 4th/13 MN MN achieved Design Complete A Definition/ ON 3rd/13 MN MN achieved General Plan /60% QN 1st/14 MN MN achieved PE Design Complete Kick Off CIN 4th/13 MN MN achieve Advertisement Q/Y 2nd/14 MN MN rnwronmental Docs ON 1st/14 MN 01/14 MN Contract Awarded CIN 2nd/14 MN MN Approved Open to Traffic QN 4th/14 MN MN 13-15 Cash Flow (Expenditures reimbursed by WSDOT - In $1000s) (- in $1000s) Quarter Planned Revised Actual 09113 $ 16 16 Expenditures Prior to 13 -15 Biennium $ 0 12/13 $ 65 32 Planned 13 -15 Biennium Total $ 775 03114 $ 10 Estimated 15 -17 Reappropriation $ 06114 $ g Future Biennium $ 09/14 $ 575 Grand Totals $ 775 12/14 $ 100 03/15 $ 06/15 $ 13- 15Total $ 775 48 Agency Contact Name Christine Mullen Email Christine. Mullen@CityofFederalWay.com Phone 253.835.2723 http:// fmapps.wsdot.wa.gov /fini /iwp /cgi Page 1 of 1 Find Q Edit G Edit Can k Inst for C 3/3/2014 Quarterly Project Report Form r Washington state Mar ; Jun `. Sep Dec 2014 W— Dopartnwnt of Transportation mcy Project Number ( WSDOT use only) :ral Way SRTS- 0443(007) PIN OLP600P iect Title WO )ta Middle School - 13th Ave Sidewalk Project Description The project includes sidewalk, curb, gutter, curb ramps, school zone itractor flashing beacons, website article, press release, assembly with in of Federal Way (In -House Design) classroom follow up discussion, educational materials, pedestrian decoy operation, and school zone speed enforcement. >nt Progress Design is completed. Scope, and Cost Changes (Explain the reasons for the project schedule, scope, and cost changes) Page 1 of 1 =Find Edit G Edit Can k Inst fort C http: // fmapps.wsdot.wa.gov /fmi /iwp /cgi 3/3/2014 Source Amount Source Amount Source Amount s Administered by WSDOT Safe Rts 13 $270,119 $ 0 Expenditures Prior to 13 -15 Biennium $ 12/13 )OT use only) 0 Planned 13 -15 Biennium Total $ 270 03/14 $ 40 Estimated 15 -17 Reappropriation $ 06/14 Routes and Bike /Pod Safety projects only 09/14 $ 150 Grand Totals $ 270 Scheduled Attained Amount Scheduled Attained Amount ition MN 09/14 MN $ Enforcement MN 09/14 MN $ pct Milestones 0 gency Contact Name Christine Mullen Email Christine .Mullen@cityoffederalway.com Phone 253.835.2723 Scheduled Proposed Attained Scheduled Proposed Attained I Added to Local QfY MN MN achieved Right of Way Q/y MN N/A MN ,y TIP Start I Added to Q/y MN 10/13 MN achieved Right of Way QN MN N/A MN nal TIP Complete .t Added to STIP QN MN 10/13 M�' achieved Geometric/30% QN MN 11/13 MN achieved Design Complete .t Definition / QN 3rd/13 MN 11/13 MN achieved General Plan/60% QN MN 01/14 MN PE Design Complete Kick Off QN MN 12/13 MN achieved Advertisement ON 1st/14 MN 04/14 MN mmental Docs GIN 1st/14 MN 02/14 MN Contract Awarded QN 2nd/14 MN 05/14 MN Page 1 of 1 =Find Edit G Edit Can k Inst fort C http: // fmapps.wsdot.wa.gov /fmi /iwp /cgi 3/3/2014 Open to Traffic QN 3rd/14 MN 08/14 MN 13-15 Cash Flow (Expenditures reimbursed by WSDOT - in $10009) (- in $10009) Quarter Planned Revised Actual 09/13 $ 0 Expenditures Prior to 13 -15 Biennium $ 12/13 $ 20 0 Planned 13 -15 Biennium Total $ 270 03/14 $ 40 Estimated 15 -17 Reappropriation $ 06/14 $ 50 Future Biennium $ 09/14 $ 150 Grand Totals $ 270 12/14 $ 10 03/15 $ 06/15 $ 13- 15Total $ 270 0 gency Contact Name Christine Mullen Email Christine .Mullen@cityoffederalway.com Phone 253.835.2723 Page 1 of 1 =Find Edit G Edit Can k Inst fort C http: // fmapps.wsdot.wa.gov /fmi /iwp /cgi 3/3/2014 Page 1 of 1 ,rrr. MAP ==of Federal Way Log from this Projects with QPRs Go to the latest QPR for the project below Project you want not in the list below? Contact WSDOT Local Programs to create a new b Select a Protect from the drop down list Lakota Middle School -Safe Routes to School Program Federal Way http: / /fmapps .wsdot.wa.gov /fmi /iwp /cgi ?- index= 2 &- recid= 25016 &- relatedrecid= 25016 & -b... 3/3/2014