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AG 95-104 _ cl 1---''"S Sit 70 K / '/�DAT 4 DAT OU : TO: it) / 1 ( ( �C �. „_[_,,, t/ \J CJ��.. ,jul/t.Wes-. (/ CITY OF FEDERAL WAY LAW DEPARTMENT REQUEST FOR CONTRACT PREPARATION/DOCUMENT REVIEW/SIGNATURE ROUTING SLIP 1. ORIGINATING DEPT./DIV.: t ��- �� t"s /Sf,zisSCANNED - 2. ORIGINATING STAFF PERSON: Q kJ ill t OIL EXT: 3. DATE REQ. BY: 4. TYPE OF DOCUMENT REQUESTED (CHECK ONE): ❑ PROFESSIONAL SERVICES AGREEMENT ❑ SECURITY DOCUMENT ❑ MAINTENANCE/LABOR AGREEMENT (E.G.,AGREEMENT&PERF/MAIN BOND;ASSIGNMENT OF FUNDS IN LIEU OF BOND) ❑ PUBLIC WORKS CONTRACT ❑ CONTRACTOR SELECTION DOCUMENT ❑ SMALL PUBLIC WORKS CONTRACT (E.G.,RFB,RFP,RFC') (LESS THAN$25,000) ❑ CONTRACT AMENDMENT AG#: N ❑ PURCHASE AGREEMENT �,,�,,�dd❑-�I,,E�..,,ASEMENT • e R_„_ (MATERIALS,SUPPLIES,EQUIPMENT) THER . • 0 1- •�-a - -�� • /r`( bk ❑ REAL ESTATE PURCHASE & SALES AGREEMENT I 5. PROJECT NAME: .S l.(4 3 -(842 v 6. NAME OF CONTRACTOR: _ 1 C_„.• _ ADDRESS: PHONE: TYPE OF PERSON OR ENTITY (CHECK ONE): ❑ INDIVIDUAL ❑ SOLE PROPRIETORSHIP ❑ PARTNERSHIP ❑ CORPORATION STATE: TAX ID#/SB#: SIGNATURE NAME: TITLE: 7. SCOPE OF WORK: ATTACH EXHIBIT A - A COMPLETE AND DETAILED DESCRIPTION OF THE SERVICES OR SCOPE OF WORK, INCLUDING COMPLETION DATES FOR EACH PHASE OF WORK AND LOCATION N OF WO2.15 K. •••//////��I• 8. TERM: COMMENCEMENT DATE: 1MI ///,[��,�,(A1 9_, 1 l 6 v C�Af�L.a ilN 1JDAT E: I 9. TOTAL COMPENSATION: $ 11 (IF CALCULATED ON HOURLY LABOR CHARGE•ATTACH SCHEDULES OF EMPLOYEES TITLES AND HOURLY RATES) REIMBURSABLE EXPENSES: ❑YES ❑NO IF YES, MAXIMUM DOLLAR AMOUNT: $ IS SALES TAX OWED? ❑ YES ❑ No IF YES, PAID BY: ❑CONTRACTOR 0 CITY 1 O. SELECTION PROCESS USED (CHECK ONE): ❑ REQUEST FOR BIDS ❑ REQUEST FOR QUOTES ❑ARCHITECT & ENGINEER LIST ❑ REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS ❑ REQUEST FOR QUALIFICATIONS ❑ SMALL WORKS ROSTER 1 . CONTRACT REVIEW INIrIAL/DAT A PR-VED Vie•NC © / ❑.LAW (ALL CONTRACTS) r' �i: ❑ RISK MANAGEMENT emr E' (ALL CONTRACTS EXCEPT AMENDMENTS, CONTRACTOR SELECTION DOCUMENT) ❑ PURCHASING 1 2. CONTRACT SIGNATURE ROUTING I /FATE APP-OVED 1) LAW DEPARTMENT ~ -. ITY MANAGER / © s---4. ITY CLERK X SIGNED COPY BACK aT�.O ORIGI ING DEPT. ASSIGNED AD # I•],J ID 5/c°/JTV c COMMENTS //�� /� - rr-' A i�� C a L C1f ! II ! I> •1 fir_ i_ �I'� �'L- _i._' 4 A ♦ •44° / l '���=� .��0 1 4 • lS / 4 WHITE•ORIGINAL STAYS WITH CONTRACT;CANARY•ORIGINATING STAF PINK•LAW DEPT.:GOLDENROD•LAW DEPT. L0492(REV 7/94) A-C 075-to/ UNDERGROUND CONVERSION AGREEMENT THIS AGREEMENT, dated as of this Z'' day ofd 1995, by and between the CITY OF FEDERAL WAY, Washington, a Municipal Corporation ("City") and PUGET SOUND POWER & LIGHT COMPANY, a Washington Corporation ("Puget") . RECITALS A. Puget is a public service company engaged in the sale and distribution of electric energy and, pursuant to its franchise from the City, currently distributes electricity within the City. B. The City is undertaking a street improvement program at South 348 Street from 16 Avenue South to Pacific Highway South as more specifically identified on work order 95-01670 ("Conversion Area") . The street improvement program includes the South 348th Street Improvements. C. The City has expressed a desire to participate with Puget to cause the existing overhead distribution power system within the Conversion Area to be replaced with a comparable underground distribution power system utilizing above ground transformers. D. The parties wish to execute this written contract in accordance with Schedule 71 of Puget's Electric Tariff G to govern the installation of such a system. PAGE 1 ORIGINAL • • AGREEMENT Puget and the City therefore agree as follows: 1. The following terms when used in this Agreement shall • have the meaning given below: (a) "Main Distribution System" an underground electric distribution system exclusive of "Underground Service Lines" as defined herein. (b) "Underground Service Lines" are Underground electric service lines provided, installed and maintained by the customer in non-residential areas extending from service connections of the structure to the designated secondary service connection point of a main distribution system. (c) "Trenching and Restoration" includes all breakup of sidewalks and pavement, excavation for vaults, trenching for ducts, select backfill, concrete around ducts (if required) , compaction and restoration. 2 . Subject to the availability of equipment and materials, Puget, at its expense except as otherwise provided herein, shall furnish and install a Main Distribution System within the Conversion Area, in accordance with Puget's standard specifications. 3 . Upon connection of those customers to be served by the Main Distribution System and removal of facilities of any other utilities which may be connected to the poles of the overhead system, Puget shall, at its expense except as otherwise provided herein, remove the existin g overhead system (including associated wires and Puget-owned poles) of 15, 000 volts or less within the Conversion Area. PAGE 2 • • 4 . The City shall, at its expense, perform the following within the Conversion Area, all in accordance with Puget's specifications. (a)Trenching (including shoring, flagging and barricades) and Restoration (including restoration of streets, sidewalks and private property) ; and (b) surveying for alignment and grades for vaults and ducts. Other utilities may be permitted by the City to use City-provided trenches for the installation of their facilities so long as such facilities or the installation thereof do not interfere with Puget's Main Distribution System or the installation or maintenance thereof. 5. The CITY shall, within thirty (30) days after the completion of the work to be performed by Puget pursuant to paragraphs 2 . and 3 . above, remit to Puget a payment of thirty percent (30%) of the actual costs as determined in accordance with Schedule 71. Such amount is presently estimated at Fourty Two Thousand Four Hundred Seventy One and 50/100 Dollars ($42 , 471. 50) ; provided, however, the foregoing estimated amount is subject to change if: (a) construction has not started within 90 days from the date of this Agreement; (b) the conversion is not been completed within 180 days of the date of this Agreement; (c) the City revises its construction plans in a manner which requires a revision of Puget's construction plans; or (d) Puget incurs costs to obtain easements pursuant to subparagraph 8 of this Agreement. PAGE 3 • • Should the forgoing estimated amount increase by more than 10% the City shall have the right to cancel and terminate this agreement. Y g Upon termination the City shall pay the actual costs incurred by Puget to date. 6. Puget shall own, operate and maintain all electrical facilities installed pursuant to this Agreement including, but not limited to, the Main Distribution System and underground services installed by Puget pursuant to paragraphs 2 and 7 of this Agreement. 7 . Except with respect to those customers for which under- ground conversion is determined not to be necessary, the City shall notify all customers within the Conversion Area that secon- dary service to such customers must be converted from overhead to underground service. Upon the request of any customer, other than a single family residential customer, within the Conversion Area, Puget will remove the overhead system and connect such customer's underground service line to the Main Distribution System. The parties acknowledge that single family residences within the Conversion Area must provide a service trench in accordance with Puget's specifications from the underground meter base to the point of service provided during the conversion; and pay for the secondary service conductors as defined in Schedule 86 of Puget's Electric Tariff G. The City shall exercise its authority under RCW 35.96.050 with respect to owners failing to convert service lines from overhead to underground. 8 . The parties acknowledge that under Schedule 71 , the owners of real property within the Conversion Area must provide, at their expense, space for all underground and surface mounted PAGE 4 • electrical facilities located on privately owned property, and must grant such operating rights as may be necessary to permit Puget to construct, operate, repair and maintain all electrical facilities installed by Puget pursuant to the Agreement. Puget shall provide reasonable assistance in obtaining such operating rights, but shall not be required to bear the costs of any easements. The cost to Puget of any easements on privately owned property which Puget must obtain shall be reimbursed by the City pursuant to paragraph 5 above. 9 . The City shall be responsible for coordinating all work to be performed in connection with the street improvement program within the Conversion Area. Puget shall not be required to install the Main Distribution System until the area in which such System is to be installed has been established to grade. Upon performance by the City of the necessary preliminary work, the City shall give Puget reasonable advance written notice requesting Puget to commence installation of the Main Distribution System and shall schedule such construction to minimize interference from the installation of other improvements. 10. Puget's performance hereunder shall be commenced within a reasonable time following receipt of the written notice pursuant to paragraph 9. Puget shall use reasonable diligence in performing its work hereunder, but shall not be liable for any delays resulting from circumstances beyond its control including, but not limited to, failure to receive necessary operating rights pursuant to paragraph 8 above or paragraph 11 below. The City and Puget agree that work performed by Puget shall be scheduled to avoid premium labor charges to Puget. If Puget mutually agrees with the PAGE 5 411 411 City that Puget's normal straight-time eight hour labor day must be changed within the hours of 6: 00 a.m. to 6: 00 p.m. , the City must provide sufficient advance notice to allow Puget to provide • IBEW Local Union No. 77 with five (5) days advance notice in accordance with Puget's collective bargaining agreement with the union. Any overtime labor not included in the original estimate but provided by Puget at the request of the City will increase Puget's project cost which will result in an increased cost under this Agreement to the City. 11. The City shall furnish any and all operating rights required by Puget under its Tariffs, in a form or forms satisfactory to Puget, to allow Puget to construct, operate repair and maintain the Main Distribution System within the City right-of-ways in the Conversion Area. Puget may postpone performance of its obligations hereunder until it has been furnished with such operating rights. 12 . (a) The City releases and shall defend, indemnify and hold Puget (and its successors and assigns, and the respective directors, officers, employees, agents and representatives of Puget) harmless from all claims, losses, harm, liabilities, damages, costs and expenses (including, but not limited to, reasonable attorneys' fees) caused by, arising out of or in connection with the performance of the activities set forth in this Agreement to the extent caused by the negligent acts, errors or omissions of the City, its employees or agents. (b) Puget releases and shall defend, indemnify and hold the City (and its elected officials, officers, employees, agents, and volunteers) harmless from all claims, losses, harm, PAGE 6 • . liabilities, damages, costs and expenses (including, but not limited to, reasonable attorneys' fees) caused by, arising out of or in connection with the performance of the activities set forth in this Agreement to the extent caused by the negligent acts, errors, or omissions of Puget, its employees or agents. 13 . This Agreement is subject to the General Rules and Provisions set forth in Tariff Schedule 80 of Puget's electrical Tariff G and to Schedule 71 of such Tariff, as such Schedules may be revised from time to time upon approval of the Washington Utilities and Transportation Commission. Any conflict in terms between this Agreement and Puget's Schedules 71 and 80 of its tariffs shall be resolved in favor of such tariff provisions. 14 . In the event the City requires the relocation of any of the facilities installed under this Agreement prior to the expiration of twenty (20) years after completion of the conversion hereunder, the City shall bear the entire costs of such relocation, unless it is determined in a franchise agreement between Puget and the City that costs of relocated facilities installed under this Agreement should be allocated in a different manner. 15. Nothing in this Agreement shall in any way affect the rights or obligations of Puget under any previous agreements pertaining to the existing or future facilities of 115 kV or greater within the Conversion Area. 16. During the performance of all activities described in this Agreement, neither the City' s nor Puget's employees shall be considered employees of the other Party. 17 . No provision of this Agreement may be amended or modified PAGE 7 I � III 110 except by written agreement signed by the Parties. This Agreement shall be binding upon and inure to the benefit of the Parties' successors in interest, heirs and assigns. Any provision of this Agreement which is declared invalid or illegal shall in no way • affect or invalidate any other provision. The venue for any dispute related to this Agreement shall first be the Washington Utilities and Transportation Commission, Olympia, Washington and secondly King County, Washington. Failure of the City or Puget to declare any breach or default immediately upon the occurrence thereof, or delay in taking any action in connection with, shall not waive such breach or default. CITY OF FEDERAL WAY PUGET SOUND POWER & L ,T� P BY '''ter l ��:r BY /�L ��1 ' 7 Kenneth E. Ny. - • I. nn F. Logen ITS City Manager Q ITS Manager, Rates and Tariffs Date Signed /40) ,,1 Date Signed 14- r: , g9 C;')TTES ' : Apr i / < r City Clerk, , A etY2.lS 7-/1UE C-/2E j APPROV, •0r _ • FORM: City Attorney, Londi K. Lindell PAGE 8 CITY OF Purchasing (206) 661-4077 PURCHASE ORDER • Payables(206)661-4064 .A;, Fax(206) 661-4075 —020270 33530 First Way South • Federal Way,WA 98003 DATE: 01/01/96 i F.O.B.DESTINATION VENDOR#: 002690 REQUISITION#: ri CONFIRMING:DO NOT DUPLICATE DEPARTMENT: 12 PUGET POWER-S KING SVC COMPLEX ' CITY OF FEDERAL WAY ATTN GLEN THOMAS " 33530 FIRST WAY SOUTH 22828 68 AVENUE S 345 KENT, WA 98032 FEDERAL WAY, WA 98003 ALL INVOICES TO: CITY OF FEDERAL WAY • ATTN:ACCOUNTS PAYABLE • 33530 FIRST WAY SOUTH, FEDERAL WAY, WA 98003 SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS: CONTRACT PURCHASE ORDER P.O. COPY TO JUDY DUNKER *IMPORTANT:Vendor must show Purchase Order Number on all Packages,Bills of Lading, Invoices,and Correspondence. SHIP VIA: a s , ;a C� c,. c, p - ,.,• K\ �a`fj3 ��> a � ` � ,,.< 1 1 AGR PW/CIP-S 348TH POWER CONVERSN 18, 458. 62 18,458 . 62 AS PER CONTRACT #AG95-104 TERM EXPIRES ON 11-2-95 Ij {THIS P.O. IS FOR THE FINAL 3ILLING ON SERVICES COMPLETED ?RIOR TO THE TERM EXPIRATION. INVOICE NOT BILLED UNTIL 2/96 ) APPROVERS ON THIS ACCOUNT ARE : KEN MILLER OR CARY ROE k***************************** [1995 CONTRACT P .O. #16332 AS QUOTED AS QUOTED 306-4400-112-595-30-650 18,458 . 62 TOTAL To- 18,458. 62 1�< APPROVAL CODE MOTHER APPROVAL AS NEEDED REQUISITIONS APPROVED BY: 1 1`?1 04.‘ CITY OF Purchasing (206)661-4,07 r J R C H A S E ORDER fECJ Payables(206)661-4064 01 6332 fax(206)661-4075 33530 First Way South • Federal Way,WA 98003 DATE: 05/25/95 ❑ F.O.B.DESTINATION VENDOR#: 002690 REQUISITION#: n CONFIRMING:DO NOT DUPLICATE DEPARTMENT: 12 PUGET POWER-S KING SVC COMPLEX CITY OF FEDERAL WAY ATTN GLEN THOMAS 33530 FIRST WAY SOUTH y 22828 68 AVENUE S KENT , WA 98.032 FEDERAL WAY, WA 98003 N ALL INVOICES TO: CITY OF FEDERAL WAY • ATTN: ACCOUNTS PAYABLE • 33530 FIRST WAY SOUTH, FEDERAL WAY. WA 98003 SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS:. CONTRACT PURCHASE ORDER *IMPORTANT:Vendor must show Purchase Order Number on all Packages, Bills of Lading, Invoices,and Correspondence. SHIP VIA: 1 1 AGR PW-UNGERGROUND CONVSN:S 348TH 42, 471 .50 42, 471 . 50 AS PER CONTRACT #AG95-104 TERM: 5/2/95 THRU 11 /2/95 APPROVALS: 1 -3) K MILLER APPROVAL: 4) C ROE As Quv i ED C AN1, , a� °`t �k C s ®•i its � '�^� y9„ 8 .�'r Y y 306-4400-112-595-30-650 42,471 . 50 TOTAL I 42 , 471 . 50 APPROVAL CODE OTHER APPROVAL AS NEEDED REQUISITIONS APPROVED BY: " | ' | ' . • � ~ �~ CITY OF FEDERAL WAY PURCHASE TERMS AND CONDITIONS' , THE PURCHASE ORDER CONTRACT INCLUDES THE FOLLOWING TERMS AND CONDITIONS AND INCLUDES, BUT IS NOT LiMITED TO,THE INVrTATIOWTO BID, REQUEST FOR QUOTATION. speomC»nomo. PLANS AND PUBLiSHED RULES AND REGULATH)NS OF/nc onvoppsnenALv ^vPURCHASING DIVISION AND THE LAWS OF THE CITY OF FECEPAL WAY AND THE STATE OF WASHINGTON,WHICH ARE HEREBY INCORPORATED BY REFERENCE. VENDOR AND PURCHASER AOFE AS FOLLOWS: 1. DELIVERY.For any nx000t/"nlo the u /m date as spe,cilled on this order,Vendor shall ghre prior notification and obtain written approval thereto from the Purchasing Coordinator o pproriate repesentative with respect to dehvery under this order. Time s of the essence and the order is subject to termination and/or appropriate damages le,fe/mre,n deliver aospecified. 2. PACKAGING. No charge will be allowed for packagimg,boxing, handling or transportation costs except as specified on this order. n. SHIPPING INSTRUCTIONS. Unless oirwise specified. eli goods ar to be shipped prepsid, F.O.B. Destinstion.Where shipping addresses indicate room numbers the vendor shall melte delhoory to that location at no additional charge where specific authorization is granted to ship goods F.O.B.shipping point. Vendor agrees to re epay snippinn eharges,route as instructed or if instructions are not provided, route by cheapest common carrier and to bill the Pucnaser as a separate item n the "mice for said charges, Each invoice for shipping charges shall contain the original or a copy of the bill indicating that the payment for shipping has been maue. PUrchaser reserves the right to refuse COD shipments. 4. RISK OF LOSS. neoa,mass o,p.o.o, pn=,, Vendor agrees to bear all risks of loss, injury or destruction of goods and materials ordered herein which occur prior to delivery. Such loss, or ttcstructiOfl shall not misase Vendor from any obligation hereunder. 5. CHANGES. No alteration in any of the terms, conditions, delivery price,quantity,quality, or specifications of this order will be affective without written consent or the p"°nsne,for its 6. SAVE HARMLESS Vendor sall indemnify and savfi pun»oo its officers,agents,mc servants and employees harmless from and a ame any damage, '. . any nature for'si't\i injuries to n�v°�vu���*omvv*��om�,*~^^r Vendor,m» agents , ,• .~~.~~. ^ — 7. INFRINGEMENTS.Vendor agrees to protect and save harmless the Purchaser against all claims,suits or proceedings because of use of copyrighted,or uncopyrighted composition; secret proce,ss, patented or unpatented invention,articles or appliances furnished or used under this order,andlto aesume all :"- expenses and damages tsnq from such claims, suits, or proceedings. 8. REJECTION. All goods or materials purchased herein ars subject to approval b the s^'.Any rejection m goods ormaterial resulting because 9/ noncor'frrmitv to tIre Stoma end spechications of this order yvhethe,r held by the Purcfiaser or returned,will be at Venddr's risk end expenee. ' 9. ASSIGNMENTS. The provisions or monies due under this contract shsll only be assignable, in whole or in part, with the prior written approval of the Purchasing Coordinator or approved representative of the City of Federal Way. /o, PAYMENTS, CASH DISCOUNT, LATE PAYMENT CHARGES. Invoices will not be processed for payment nor will the period of computation for cash discount commence until receipt of a properly completed invoice or invoiced items, whichever is later. If an adjustment in payment is necessary due to damage or dispute,the cash discount period chat commence on the date final approval for payment is authorized. 11. WARRANTIES. Vendor wsrrants that articles supplied under this order conform to specifications herein and are fit for the purpose for which such goods are ordinarily employed,except that if a particular purpose is stated,the material must then be fit for that particular purpose. 12, FORCE MAJEURE.Neither party shall be held responsible for failure or delay in the fulfillment of conditions of this contract or purchase order if the cause is riot within the control of the party whose performande is interfered with and which,by the exercise of reasonable diligence,said party is unable to prevent. 13. GRATUITIES.The Purchaser may,by written notice to the Vendor,cance this contract if it is found by Purchaser that Vendo or any agent or representative of Vendor, offered or gave gratuities, in the form of entertainment, gifts or otherwise,to any officer or employee of the City of Federal Way with a view toward securing a contract or secueng favorable treatment with respect to the awarding of this contract, in violation of the City of Federal Way Code of Ethics, 14. TAXES. Unless otherwise indicated,the Purchaser agrees to pay all State of Washington sales or use tax. Vendor shall comply with and be responsible for, all federal,state,ant'local taxes and loensirig requirements.When applicable,Purchaser agrees to furnish Vendor,upon acceptance of articles supplied under this order, with an exemption certificste. 1o� TERM. This nv�xox°order/o,o/mm,o"n^mnvca/year only.omomm,any s°=uoa=goods w*mhhave o�been mne/.euvro^o.emuuvDecember 31 of ,hoou"e",p,v.^oax»"ovnsm"mu=^"ooneowxoum/v^me,n�/nv� 18. rsmwmwnom. umeo�no/" x�er»uv Vendor m any o/� this contract,the.Purchaser reserves the right to cancel and mnn=vm this contract forthwith upon giving oral or written notice to Vendor.Vendor shall be liable for damages suffered by Purchaser resulting from Vendor's breach of contract. 17. NONDISCRIMINATION AND AFFIRMATIVE ACTION. Vendor agrees not to discriminate against any client,employee or applicant for employment or services becat as of race, creed, color, national origin, sex, marital status, age or the presence of any sensory mental or physical disability with regard to,but not limi ad to,the following employment upgrading, demotion or transfer,recruitment or recruitment advertising, lay-offs or terminations, rates of pay or other forms of ccmpenssti')n'selection for t'aining or rendition of services. It is further ,x ,any vendor is in violation of this clause or an applicable Affirmative Action Program shall be barred forthwith from receiving awards of any purchase order from the City unless a satisfactory showing is made that discriminatory practices or noncompliance with applicable Affirmative Action Programs have terminated and that a recurrence of such acts is unlikely. 18. DEFAULT.Vendor covenants and agrees that m the event suit.s instituted v,the Purchaser for any m°fa"/,n"the part nr the Vendor, and the Vendor/s adjudged by a nurt of competent jurisdiction to be in default,he shall pay to the Purchaser all costs, expense expended or incurred by the Purchaser in connection therewith, and reasonable attorney's fees. The Vendor agrees.that the Superior Court of the State of Washington shall have jurisdiction over any svm, and that venue shall be laid in King County. 19. IDENTIFICATION, AomV"imm' packing lists, packages,shipping notices, and other written documents affecting this order shall contain the applicable purchase ord number. 20. warrants and mnmuen�mu,onmogoods o,ma*na/no�oma»om/"awoneand clear v/,o/�=claims or encumbrances nra"v ^ > ' 21. ANTI-TRUST. Vendor and tke PtIrthser recognize that in actu /economic pactic overcharges m from anti-trus are in fact Borne by the Purchaser.Therefore,Vendor hereby assigns to die Purchaser any and all claims for such overcharges. 22. BRANDS,When a special brand is name it shell be construed solely for the purpose of indicating the standard or quality, performance, or use desired. Brands of equal quality, performance, and use shall be considered, provided Vendor specifies the brand and model and submits descriptive literature when available. 23. ACCEPTANCE. BY ACCEPTING THIS PURCHASE ORDER IN WRITING OR BY DELIVERING THE MATERIAL ORDERED, YOU ACCEPT ALL OF THE TERMS AND rONDITIONS SET FORTH.FORMAL OBJECTION IS HEREBY MADE TO ANY ADDITIONAL OR DIFFERENT TERMS PROPOSED BY VENDOR AS A CONDITION OF ACCEPTANCE OR DELIVERY. INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE OF PURCHASE ORDER VENDOR: Upon complot on of the order, en intmree reflecting at costs relating to the order shall be submitted to the City of Federal Way Accounts Payable Department, 33530 1st Way South, Federal Way WA 98003'e221. The completed purchase order will be paid according to the current schedule available from Accounts Payable. | _