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AG 93-076 DATE OUT: ""L ~ d{Q {) <- CITY OF FEDERAL WAY LAW DEPARTMENT REQUEST FOR CONTRACT PREPARATION/DoCUMENT REVIEW/SI"'NATURE 1. ORIGINATING OEPT./OIV.: P R C.s / Q rks JY14 I tJte ¡Jq ¡J ce 2. ORIGINATING STAF"F" PERS=k. DATE REQ. By: To: ROUTIN'" SLIP 4. TYPE OF" DOCUMENT REQUESTEa (CHECK ONE): 0 CONTRACTOR SELECTION DOCUMENT ILa., ora, or... a.,.. a 3 -. (. 09- ~CONTRACT AMENOMENT AG#:' I - 1'( (, ~~~:~:ENTI^,-f"'I'~,(q I A~/', fiM(,>A,dfuÐ\-lt 5. PR:::A~TE:T:::URCŠS~ ;j:;JJ~=J))~ ~ ( J/V1~r 5 6.NAMEOF'CONTRACTOR: 'FederQI UJa..v .school (Jì5-!-('¡¿i . 0 PRorESSIONAC SERVICES AGREEMENT 0 MAINTENANcE/CAsaR AGREEMENT 0 PUSCIC WORKS CONTRACT 0 SMACC PUSCIC WORKS CONTRACT Iu.. THAH .n,OOOl 0 PURCHASE AGREEMENT IMAT<a'A~, SurrUE', E.u'a.E.TI 0 SECURITY DOCUMENT 'La.. Aaa".<HT .. ....."..,. OO.D) A""..E.T "' "'N.' 'H C'EU .. S.N.' AaaRESS: PHONE: TYPE OF" PERSON OR ENTITY (CHECK ONE': 0 INOIVIOUAC 0 SOCE PROPRIETORSHIP STATE: 0 PARTNERSHIP 0 CORPORATION SIGNATURE NAME: h 0 . TAX 10#/SS#: TITLE: S u ~e('ìNfto~~/-.l'j I 7. SCOPE OF WORK: ATTACH EXHISIT A' A COMPLETE ANO DETAILEa aESCRIPTlaN OF" THE SERV'CES OR SCOPE OF" WORK, INCLUDING COMPLETION DATES F"aR EACH PHA"E OF" WORK AND LOCATION OF" WORK. B. TERM: COMMENCEMENT DATE: COMPLETION DATE: 9. TOTAL COMPENSATION: $ ø fl.; Ii- (INCLUDES EXPENSES AND SALES TAX, IF" ANY) U. eA~u""T<O 0. .0UaLT ""'Oa eH..'E 0 ATTACH .eHE.U'" .. E.aLOV'" TlTL.. AH. .OU""" __I REIMSURSASLE EXPENSES: DYES 0 YES DNa DNa IF" YES, MAXIMUM aaLCAR AMOUNT: $ Is SACES TAX OWEa? IF" YES, $ PAID BY: 0 CONTRACTOR 0 CITY 1 O. SELECTION PROCESS USED (CHECK ONE): 0 REQUEST rOR SID" 0 REQUEST F"DR PROPDSACS 0 REQUEST 'OR QUOTES 0 REQUEST 'OR QUAU"CATIONS 0 ARCHITECT & EHGINEER LIST 0 SMACC WORKS ROSTER 1 1. CONTRACT REVIEW 0 DIRECTOR/PRes 0 CAW IACC CONTRACTS) 0 RISK MANAGEMENT IALL OC~_CT' "'E~ A.E...E.T', eo~_eTOa O~CT'OH .aeU.EHTO ~'NITIAL/OATE ApPROVED / M(, ">J:27/() 2 0 PURCHASING 1 2. CONTRACT SIGNATURE ROUTING 0 CAW OEPARTMENT INITIAL/DATE ApPROVED -{~~rfl ~>~> 0 CITY MANAGER ~CCERK ?C S'GNEO COpy SACK TO ORIGINAT'N'(}EPTO Xi ASSIGNEO AG # q3-~7tr.l,) 0 PURCHASING: PCEASE CHARGE TO: COMMENTS L04" '.E' ~.. ---'-~.. SEC-O"¡P ~ AMENDMENT TO THE INTERLOCAL COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT BETWEEN FEDERAL WAY SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 210 AND THE CITY OF FEDERAL WAY ~~ 93-o7~ (b) ~ . ..} "'" , , I This First Amendment ("Amendment") is dated effective the 2nd day of January, 2002, and is entered into by and between the City of Federal Way, a Washington municipal corporation (UCityU), and Federal Way School District No. 210, a municipal corporation of the State of Washington (UDistrict"). A. The City and District entered into an Interlocal Cooperative Agreement dated effective June 23, 1992, ("Agreement") in which the Parties agreed to jointly create a community recreation and student activities center at Saghalie Junior High School and Saghalie Park. B. The Agreement provided that the cost of utilities would be shared equally between the City and the District. C. In 1995 the Parties determined that the Agreement did not address the respective responsibility of the City and the District for the cost of water ITom Lakehaven Utility District following completion of the construction. Accordingly, the City and the District infonnally agreed to the financial responsibility for four accounts set forth in a letter dated April 4, 1995 (A copy is attached hereto as Exhibit "A"). D. A subsequent audit of the water bills revealed that two of the meters were incorrectly identified as to their appropriate usage. E. The City and the District desire to amend the Agreement and the April 4, 1995 letter for the purpose of clarifYing their respective financial responsibilities for the cost of Saghalie Park irrigation water and Saghalie Park domestic water on the four accounts. NOW, THEREFORE, the parties agree to the following tenns and conditions: I. Section VI(e) of the Agreement shall be modified as follows: C. Utilities. The costs of the utilities provided to the Project shall be borne equally by the Parties. The school building utilities shall be separately metered, where possible, in order to ensure segregation of costs, and shall be borne solely by the District. The cost of the outdoor Project Facility lighting shall be separately metered and shall be paid solely by the City, provided that the District shall pay to the City an amount equal to the cost of the District's use of the outdoor Project Facility lighting. The cost shall be calculated based upon the District's pro-rata share of the City's outdoor Project Facility lighting billing for the applicable period use. ¡ 1- The financial responsibilitY and the billing for the irrigation and domestic water for Saghalie Park shall be as follows: 1. Account 29214 (meter #99610985) Secondary Irrigation 50% paid by City and 50% paid by District Billing address: Federal Way Public Schools 31405 181b Ave. S. Federal Way. WA 98003 2. Account 29264 (meter # 99610984) Domestic Water Lower Restroom and Concession Building 100% paid bv Citv Billing address: CitY of Federal Wav P.O. Box 97818 Federal Wav W A 98063 3. Account 29265 (meter # 99610992) Domestic Water Upper Restrooms 100% paid by City Billing address: City of Federal Wav P.O. Box 97818 Federal Way W A 98063 4. Account 29266 (meter # 99610982) Primary Irrigation 50% Daid bv Citv and 50% paid by District Billing address: Federal Way Public Schools 31405 1 Sib Ave. S. Federal Wav. W A 98003 2. Full Force and Effect. All other terms and conditions of the Agreement not modified by this Amendment shall remain in full force and effect. - 2 - DATED the effective date set forth above. CITY OF FEDERAL WAY FEDERAL SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 210 ~ By: APPROVED AS TO FORM: Û-~.fw. Bob C. Sterbank, City Áttomey - 3 - ---. 'T . ~ Exhibit A Federal Way Public Schools 31405 18thAvenueSoulh Federal Way, WA 98003 941-0100 or 927-7420 BOARD OF EDUCATION Linda Hendrickson Ann Murphy Helen Pepper Gail Pierson Orlando Trier SUPERINTENDENT Thomas 1. Vander Ark Apri14,1995 Jenny Schroder City of Federal Way 33530 1 st Way South Federal Way WA 98003 RECEIVED APR a 6 1995 PARKs & RECREATION Dea; Jenny: As you know, the City of Federal Way and the Federal Way School District jointly built Saghalie Park with an lnterlocal Agreement for Design, Development and Construction of Joint Site for Junior High School No, 6 and City Park ("interlocal agreement") signed March 23, 1993. The interlocal agreement did not address the distribution of water costs after the park was finished. This letter shall serve to confirm our telephone conversation of April 3, 1995, regarding the joint payment of water costs, There are four bills which lakehaven sends to the District each month, Below is a table which summarizes these four bills and our agreement of payment. Account Number I Description I Cost Sharing 29264 v Concession Buildin 100% aid b Cit 29266 ./ FieldHouse 100% aid b Cit r,,'C C 29214 " Field'irri ation 50% aid b Cit, 50% aid b District - 29265 Field Irri ation 50% aid b Cit, 50% paid b District po1-,.-' .,_;:"K,,\ The District will ask lakehaven to bill the 29264 and 29266 accounts directly to the City. The District agrees to bill the City for the 50% costs on 29214 and 29265 accounts. This will be done on a regular basis which is cost efficient for the District. Since this is a bill which conceptually will continue for an unknown time, the District reserves the right to bill an administrative fee to cover the costs of paper, printing and processing, This fee will net te exceed 5% of the amount billed to the City, The District requests that the City timely pay these bills, and reserves the right to charge interest on bills which are older than 30 days from the date ,of billing, The rate of interest will be the same rate charged per VII 7.4,1.B of the interlocal agreement. I hope that this letter accurately reflects our agreement. If you have any questions or concerns regarding the above, please contact me, If y~:~.š2yove, please sign on the line provided below and return to me as soon as possible Çitý ~f¡::-ed'era' Way / / c:\funds\capilal\city\waler,doc Federal Way School Dislr!ct 210 is an equal opporlun!ly and affirmal!"e aclion emplo)'cr. The Affirm.lh'e Actioo Ornce number is 941-0100 Sincerely, Jot1a~ ~ CITY OF' F'EDERAL WAY LAW EPARTMENT REI; UEST FOR CONTRACT PREPARATION/DoCUMENT REVIEW/SIGNATURE ROUTIN'" SLIP 1, OR'G'NATING DEPT./D,v.: -" PA1tß -J.. )te-C r~/( -h"""'" 2, OR'GlNAT'NG STAF"F" PERSCN:~~_- EXT: ~~ 3. 4. TYPE CF" CCCUMENT REQUESTED (CHE/. CNE): DATE REQ. By: #f'i.....-- 0 PROF"ESS'DNAL SERV'CES AGREEMENT 0 MA'NTENANCE/LASDR AGREEMENT 0 PUSLIC WORK8 CONTRACT 0 SMALL PU8L1C WORKS CCNTRACT <ma THAN $",000> 0 SECUR'TY DOCUMENT «,n" Aom...T & ..."M.,. Se.a, Aaa'OH.'.T O' 'u.o, 'H L«u e. .o.e> 5. PRO~ECT NAME:~ L ~ r~ 0 CDNTRACTOR SELECT'CN DOCUMENT ] ~:;;~~~R;:~~~~ME~/. ~ :#::;~7~rjJ,+ '" OTHER ~U"-' / If - ~ ~f¿-lWh f-. 0 PURCHASE AGREEMENT 'Mm"'La, SU""u.s, .OU,"..." C REAL ESTATE PURCHASE & SALES AßREEMENT _..~---, 6. NAME OF' CONTRACTOR: ",--, ADDRESS: ",- PHONE: TYPE CF" PERSON DR ENTITY (CHECK CNE): 0 INC'V'CUAL 0 PARTNERSH'P 0 SOLE PROPR'ETORSH'P 0 CORPORATION STATE'_..,- TAX ,a#I"S#, SIGNATURE NAME: TITLE: 7. SCOPE OF' WORK: ATTACH EXH'S'T A . A CCMPCETE AND DETAILED DESCRIPnCN OF" THE SERVICES DR SCDPE CF" WCRK, INCCUD'NG caMPCETION DATES F"aR EACH PHASE CF" WCRK AND LCCATIDN OF" WCRK. B. TERM: CCMMENCEMENT DATE: -,~_.._--- CaMPCET'CN DATE: 9. TOTAL COMPENSATION: $ '" CALCULma aH HaU"L' ~"aR CHARO" ATTACH aCH.aUL" a. '."LOTE'. nm. A.a HaURLY ~..a> RE'MSURSABCE EXPENSES: DYES ONc IF" YE", MAX'MUM DCCCAR AMCUNT: $-", Is SACES TAX OWED? 0 YES 0 No ,.. YES, PA'D BY: 0 CONTRACTOR OC'TY 1 D. SECECT'DN PRCCESS USED (CHECK ONE): U REQUEST mR S'CS U REQUEST mR PROPOSALS 0 R""UEST 'CR QUCTES 0 REQUEST 'OR QUAL"'CAT>CNS 0 ARCH'TECT & ENß'NEER L'ST 0 SMALL WORKS RDSTER 11. CONTRACT REVIEW ~AW (ALL CDNTRACTS) ~'SK MANAGEMENT '~~~~~:C"R"~~~L';c':"~~: :,~~~':.:~~;., /l~ '13-?~ @.) ~ !L i , ," IiJ ;:; 8 ~ i ! j! j II ,\ ,",. , .. '. '" ' ,- .' l' í.;,':';f.:!VED ' OCT 1 2 199' KING COUNTY EASEMENT FOR WATER ~HR-~" TIES Joint ,,-/.cfiI THIS AGREEMENT by and between Federal Way Water and Sewer, a municipal corporation of King County, Washington, hereinafter termed "Grantee" and Federal Way School District and City of Federal Way hereinafter termed "Grantor". WITNESSETH: That Grantor, for and in consideration of one Dollar or other valuable consideration, the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged, hereby conveys to the Grantee; An easement and right-of-way for water and sewer facilities and all appurtenances related thereto, through, over and across the fol- lowing described real property: See Exhibit "A" attached. I/) 'II:f Grantor and any heirs, assigns, or successors in interest ~ acknowledge that the easements conveyed herein shall cover the ~ property five feet from the centerline on one side and ten feet from ~ the centerline on the opposite side of all water and sewer mains or 0 šervice lines and wi thin a five-foot radius around each hydrant, water ~ meter, or manhole existing as of the date of this conveyance. 'II:f Successors in interest to Grantor I s ti tIe shall bear the en responsibility for determining the location of the referenced water and sewer mains, service lines, hydrants, water meters, manholes, and other improvements for which an easement shall exist, as described herein, and may contact the District for assistance with location of the water and sanitary sewer fàcilities prior to conveyance. ~ ~ .. ~ .. .. ,,¡ ~ Grantee and its agents, designees or assigns shall have the right, without prior institution of any suit or proceeding at law and without prior notice to Grantor, at such time as Grantee deems neces- sary, to enter upon said property, by foot or vehicle, for the in- stallation, repair, reconstruction or maintenance of water and/or sewer facilities and appurtenances without incurring any legal obli- gation or liability therefore, provided that such shall be accom- plished in a manner that existing private improvements shall not be disturbed or destroyed or in the event that they are disturbed or destroyed, they will be replaced or repaired, as nearly as is practicable, to as good a condition as they were immediately before the property was entered upon by the Grantee. ! Federal Way Junior High No.6 Agreement No. 92-253 CO", ~/// 11105""- 1235 '" ¡;; ... .. 8 In ~ 0 C'? ,.. 0 ,.., ~ a') 0 ~ S. ::. :; .; ..; 0 .. Ë 'í', 'I' ,1'., . .. Grantor hereby agrees that no building, wall, fence, rockery, trees or structure of any kind shall be erected or planted, nor shall any fill material be placed within the boundaries of said easement area. No excavation shall be made within three feet of said water and sewer service facilities and the surface level of the ground within the easement area shall be maintained at the elevation as cur- rentlyexisting. In the event that this provision is violated, the Grantee shall have the right to require removal of any such structure and same shall be accomplished within a reasonable period of time and at Grantor's expense. Failure of Grantee to so exercise its right to require removal shall not constitute waiver of this right. Grantor additionally grants to the Grantee, its agents, desig- nees or assigns, the use of such additional area immediately adjacent to said easement area as shall be required for the construction, re- construction, maintenance and operation of said water and/or sewer service facilities. The use of such additional area shall be held to a reasonable minimum and be returned to the condition existing im- mediately before the property was entered upon by Grantee or its agents. This Agreement and each of the terms, provisions, conditions and covenants herein shall be binding upon and apply to the benefit of the parties hereto and their respective successors and assigns. " ,! DATED this ~ ^- day of (J.-a'ðAA..i- , 192.!/-. STATE OF WASHINGTON By Federa 1 Way County of King ss: ~pprove 0 fo : --",. ~ Londl K. n e 1, City Attorney that I know or have satisfactory and oath stated that they acknowledged it as the of be the free and voluntary act of mentioned in the instrument. evidence that signed this execute the . and to purposes DATED: tí/~ .;1..;/., Jrf'tI . " ~~~;~~::Æ4~/ , '::, Tltle - My appointment expires h - / - f ~ ,-/ """" " , I I"" , ',' STATE OF WASHINGTON ss: County of King at I know or have satisfactory evidence that and signed this 0 hated that they were autho~~ execute and acknowledged it as the c:lZ¡ ~ ...,., . and - v of to be the free and uses and purposes mentioned DATED: 9~/~-L: :ì.~ - £~ //7#f./-U1et(,) ~ ~ Notary Public Title ' " " , , """'1 J/)/ ':, ' ,HI."." , ... I "".' e/ .....' ~I I I My appointment expires ~~¡; ',' i i,I', ,!, I};;, ,.'1-;(,:1' , ):,,: :",". ,";0': '. ' . ". 11:) ~ N 0 C":) o~ 0 ~ ~ (1) Exhibit 0 ';;i.'o;! PARTtAL LEGAL DESCRIPTION oj, ;:0, 'oj r'HS.ìl,. , THE WEST ~:FEET OF THE NORnlWEST QUARTER OF THE. NORTHWEST QUARTER OF SECTION 19, TOWNSHIP 21 NORTH. RANGE 4 EAST OF THE WILLAMETTE MERIDIAN ' A~ , , THE EAST HALF OF THE NORTHEAST QUARTER OF THE NORTHEAST OURTER OF SECTION 24. TOWNSHIP 21 NORTH, RANGE 3 EAST OF THE WILLAMETTE MERIDIAN. 0 LEGAL DESCRIPTION FURNISHED BY CLIENT. 0 ' .. :~' ,0, " .. .. 0 o. ' , . 6£[-kJò~ \PM(J5Týtt:<; rnOOR1lL W/lY JUNIOR IlIGIl SClIOOI. /IN!) CITY "/IRK /lgreement No. 92-253 Page 1 ('If 5 . ; ", ; 0 ¡ /: 0 ',. . \:0' . LEGAL DESCRIPTIO" PARCEL "/'0" THAT PORTION OF GOV!Rl,MEHT LOT 1, SBCTIOII 19 I TOIW511IP 21 NORTH, , MIIC~ 4 E>.5T, W" M., lit KINO COUNT)!, WASHInGTON, 51\10 1'ORTION BEma MORE PARTICUL>.RLY DE5C;tIB£D 1.5 FOLLJ:W5: COMMEIICI!IG 1,'1' THE NORTHWEs'r COIUIER OF St\ID SECTION 19 TIŒIICE 1IJ.,oNG TIlE !lCR~H LlNR THEREOF S99'Oo'18"£ 33$,78 f'EET; THENCE 501')5'15"1-1 ~2.00 FEET TO THE SOUTHERLY MARGttI OF TUB J.J,!IDS DESCRIBED IN DEED RECORDED \HlOER 1\ECORDING !MiBER 6501170665. RECO;tDS OF' S1.10 counTY ~m THE TIIUlJ POIWI' 01 :BEGIH1IINO; THENCE ALONG SIIID EOUTr.E:RLY t'.ARGIH S89' QO' 18"E IB, 07 FEET TO THE Bt:GnmIKG OF 11 cu;t'I::J CONCAVE TO THE SOUT!\\1EST HAVING" RADIUS OF' 659.00 i£<:T1 T({ENC!;: E"STERLV 10.110 SOUTHEJl.BTERLY 700,54 FEET ALONG SAID CU!!.VE THROUGII }. cEnTRAL Þ.IIGUi: 01' GO'59'S!!"1 ' THEIICE s:tQ"OO'll1"E 4:12.43, VEET TO THE eEGHIIIING OF II NON.TIIIIGENT CURVi: colic/WE TO THE SOUTHEAST I'...AVIlIG A P.ADIUS OF' BCj7. OJ fEET (A RAOI1,.L LIIIE TIffiOllCH SAID BF.CIIltt1Hè B~1.RS N2B'OO'19"Ii)J TII£lICE SvUTIIW-C¡;TERLY AND SOUTHERLY 7~:2. 77 F'F.ET ALOHG SIIID CURVE TIIR'JUGII A CENTRAL ""'ICLE OF 4 6' 49 15" TO A RADIAL LINE OF SAID CURVE IrnICH BI:~ I;H'48'34"1-I A.'D TIIR GOUTII UHE OF SAID aOVI!RlIHENT LOT 11 THEIICE ALOUD 91.10 SOUT ( LUIE 1189'69'20"\.1 376.79 FI!ET TO I\. LI}:E PAPJ\!..LEL IU':'ti 1\110 D!5TMIT 335.76 FE<:T EMTERLY, WilEN MEI\Suro:D J\.T RIGtiT }lNG~S I FROM TI',E NEST LIIiE OF 5AIO GOYER.'fI'\EHT LOT I ');' {EIiCE: I\LOIIG 5.>'1D pAAALLEL LINE "01'35'16"2 1273,00 FEET TO THE TRU~ POINT or »EGIMHIna. '" ~ N 0 M 'f"'f .0 'f"'f ~ a'J CONTAINS 702,969 SQUñRE ~~~T (16.14), MO~E o~ LESS, SITUH'c IN KIIIG COUNTY, W7,SHUIGTOII, r /!iÞ) V ~ P7lt ry F'EDEML WhY ,JUNIOR IItGII salOOL lIND CITY PhRK hgreement NQ. 92-253 Pn<]e 2 of 5 " ,¡{4'.PAC - TECH glneering Inc, ~ EngIneers / Planners / Surveyors / Envlronmenral Speclalls's l."~I"""'f'",<I'~'!.J""l ", NOVEMBER 3, 1992 JOB #50748 LEGAL DESCRIPTION PARCEL "A" TIIAT PORTION OF TilE SOUTIIEAST QUARTER OF TilE NORTHEAST QUARTER OF SECTION 24, TOWNSHIP 21 NORTH, RANGE 3 EAST, WILLAMETTE MERIDIAN, KING COUNTY, WASHINGTON, DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS: " . COMMENCING AT THE NORTHEAST CORNER OF THE SOUTHEAST QUARTER OF THE NORTHEAST QUARTER OF SAID SECTION 24; THENCE NORTH 89°12'07"WEST ALONG TilE NORTII LINE TIIEREOF, A DISTANCE OF 264.02 FEET TO TilE POINT OF BEGINNING; TIIENCE SOUTII 01"06' 36"WEST PARALLEL WITII TilE EAST LINE THEREOF. A DISTANCE OF 80.00 FEET; THENCE NORTH 89°12'07"WEST, A DISTANCE OF 129.37 FEET; THENCE NORTII 0l"09'07"EAST, A DISTANCE OF 80.00 FEET TO A POINT ON SAID NORTI! LINE; THENCE SOUTH 89°12'07"EAST ALONG SAID,NORTH LINE, A DISTANCE OF 129.31 FEET TO TilE POINT OF BEGINNING. ..,,' , ffiDEI1I\I. W7\Y JUNIOR IlIGiI 001001, AND CITY PARK Agreenent No. 92-253 Page 3 of 5 King County: 6100 Soulhcenler Blvd" Sulle 100 . Seallle, WA 98188-2441 . (2061243.7112 . FAX (2061243.7109 Pierce County: (206) 473-4491 Environmental Services: (206) 473.4491 . Kn.ap County: (2061377.2053 tlA: PAC -: TECH ¡¡¡neerlng fnc, ~ EngIneers / Plenners / SulVeyors / EnvIronmental Speclall.'. ," ,I : :! , , ,::\;:;,:;.' I '" :, ,:,'"ò': LEGAL DESCRIPTION NOVEMBER 3, 1992 :, JOB #50748 ,~.' ?;'/:;:, PARCEL "B" THAT PORTION OF THE SOUTHEAST QUARTER OF THE NORTHEAST QUARTER OF SECTION 24, TOWNSHIP 21 NORTH, RANGE 3 EAST, WILLJ\METTE MERIDIAN, KING COUNTY, WASHINGTON, DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS: BEGINNING AT THE NORTHEAST CORNER OF THE SOUTHEAST QUARTER OF THE NORTHEAST QUARTER OF SAID SECTION 24; THENCE SOUTH 0l"06'36"WEST ALONG TilE EAST LINE THEREOF, A DISTANCE OF 70.00 FEET; THENCE NORTH 89°12'07"WEST PARALLEL WITH TilE NORTH LINE THEREOF, A DISTANCE OF 69.12 FEET; THENCE SOUTH 00"47'53"WEST, A DISTANCE OF 10.00 FEET; THENCE NORTH B9 a12 '07"WEST, A DISTANCE OF 205.94 FEET; THENCE NORTH 0l"06'36"EAST, A DISTANCE OF 80.00 FEET TO A POINT ON SAID NORTH LINE; THENCE SOUTH B9a12'07"EAST ALONG SAID NORTH LINE THEREOF, A DISTANCE OF 264.02 FEET TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING. TOGETHER WITH THAT PORTION THE SOUTHWEST QUARTER OF THE NORTHWEST QUARTER OF SECTION 19, TOWNSHIP 21 NORTH, RANGE 4 EAST, WILLAMETTE MERIDIAN, KING COUNTY, WASHINGTON, DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS: 1/) lid' N 0 M ,... 0 ,... ~ r]'¡ BEGINNING AT THE NORTHWEST CORNER OF THE SOUTHWEST QUARTER OF THE NORTHWEST QUARTER OF SAID SECTION 19; THENCE SOUTH 89"27'31"EAST ALONG THE NORTH LINE THEREOF, A DISTANCE OF 264.01 FEET; THENCE SOUTH 01°06'36"WEST ON A LINE PARALLEL WITH THE WEST LINE OF SAID SOUTHWEST QUARTER, A DISTANCE OF 1B3.39 FEET TO A POINT OF CUSP ON A 340,00 FOOT RADIUS CURVE, THE CENTER OF WHICH BEARS SOUTH 48 ° 4 3 ' 55 "WEST; THENCE NORTHWESTERLY ALONG SAID CURVE THROUGH A CENTRAL ANGLE OF 47a56'02", AN ARC DIg'rANCE OF 284.44 FEET; THENCE NORTH 89"27'31"WEST, !\ DISTANCE OF 10.99 FEET TO A POINT ON SAID WEST LINE; THENCE NORTH 01°06'36"EAST ALONG THE WEST LINE OF THE SOUTHWEST QUARTER THEREOF, A DISTANCE OF 70.00 FEET TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING. '~~~:;.-!-.?:~\.U~"" ~t- 'é.. I!..!.Ç::.($-" Ò ~', oU ""tlt~ì;'."'(" ,I ~r.-Þ'" '.' '" '\ ,, ~4i" ., ',"", :' r;. / ffiOEI1lIL WAY .JUNIOR I1lGII sC1Ioor. AND CITY PARK Agreenent No. 92-253 Page 4 of 5 . Seante, WA 98188.2441 . (208) 243.7112 . FAX (208) 243.7109 Ple,ce Counly: (208) 473,4491 . Envlronmenlal Services: (206) 473.4491 . Kltsap Counly: (108) 377.2053 ." R.PAL -I t;LH, 1/neer/ng fnc, ~ . ;ng/~eers ; Planners I Surveyors I Envlronmenral Spaclal/s" \f') ~ N .0 M ~ 0 ~I ~ (7' NOVEMBER 3, 1992 JOB #50748 LEGAL DESCRIPTION PARCEL "C" THAT PORTION OF THE SOUTHWEST QUARTER OF THE NORTHWEST QUARTER OF SECTION 19, TOWNSHIP 21 NORTH, IU\NGE 4 EAST, WILLAMETTE MERIDIAN, KING COUNTY, WASHINGTON, DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS: . ; COMMENCING AT THE NORTHWEST CORNER OF THE SOUTHWEST QUARTER OF THE NORTHWEST QUARTER OF SAID SECTION 19, TIIENCE SOUTH 89°27'31"EAST ALONG TilE NORTH LINE THEREOF, A DISTANCE OF 264.01 FEET TO TilE POINT OF BEGINNING; THENCE CONTINUING SOUTH 89°27' 31"EAST, A DISTANCE OF 298.22 FEET; TIIENCE SOUTH 21"47'27"WEST, A DISTANCE OF 122.98 FEET; THENCE SOUTH 70'08'00"WEST, A DISTANCE OF 83.38 FEET; THENCE SOUTH 53 ° 4 4 '33 "WEST, A DISTANCE OF 164.46 FEET; THENCE NORTH 36' 15' 27 "WEST, A !;>ISTANCE OF 44.74 FEET TO THE BEGINNING OF A 340.00 FOOT IU\DIUS CURVE TilE CENTER OF WIIICH BEARS SOUTH 53 ° 4'; . 33 "WEST; THENCE NORTHWESTERLY ALONG SAID CURVE THROUGH A CENTIU\L ANGLE OF 05°00'38", AN ARC DISTANCE OF 29.73 FEET; THENCE NORTH 01"06' 36"EAST PAIU\LLEL WITH THE WEST LINE OF TilE SOUTHWEST QUARTER OF SAID NORTHWEST QUARTER, A DISTANCE OF 183.39 FEET TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING. " ::;,' FEDERAL WAY JUNIOR II1G1I SOIooI. AND CITY PARK Agreement No. 92-253 Page 5 of 5 King Counly: 6100 Soulhconter 8lvd., Sulto 100 . 5001110, WA 98188-2441 . (206) 243.7112 . FAX (208) 243.7109 Ple,co Co"l1ty: (206) 473-H91 . I:l1vlronOloI1I0150,vlc.,: (206) 473-H91 " K/I,npCounly: (2081377.2053 ~" "p-'~-. ./~1 ~, ""., ", ~~ /iT '-. ~ ! , / P,O, Box 4249 . 31627 - 1st Avenue South. Federal Way, Washington 98063 . ""s..w" 941,1516 ' T """"'" 927-2922 ' Eng;".,..;ng, 941-2288 ' Fa" 830431 0 August 16, 1994 " Mr. Gary Nelson Director of Planning & Facilities Federal Way School District #210 31405 18th Avenue South Federal Way, WA 98003 Ai);, !".;c,'¿j ~ ,: ê;~ , RE: Junior High No.6 Agreement No. 92-253 Dear Mr. Nelson: Enclosed are the original and one duplicate of the easement document for the water and sanitary sewer facilities for the referenced project. Please 'be advised that the plat dedication for easement which was faxed to me is the language used when a plat is recorded. Please have your engineer submit a print set of the "as builtU for review. Please contact questions. the District, at 941-2288, if you have any Sincerely, ~- {~' t~: ~ John A/ Jensen /'n9'ne«n9 Technician JAJ/jmr enclosures Dale A. Cap Commissioner Joel R, Marks Commissioner Dick Mayer Commissioner Don L, P. Miller Commissioner Beverly J. Tweddle Commissioner t '~ fe"~ ¿u~/--- - /1-6-"13 ~ /?'~ Federal Way Public Schools Federal Way. WA 98003 941-0100 or 927-7420 EI )sure L-1-c-(2) November 8, 1993 31405 18thAvenueSouth SUPERINTENDENT G. Richard Harris BOARD OF EDUCATION Mary 1. Weis, President Orlando E. Trio,. Vice President Elf",.s Hendenon, DUoctor Helen L. P"I'I"', Di"""", Gail. A Pienon, Di= October 15, 1993 FROM: Board of Education a~í ~~ Dick Harris, Superintendent TO: RE: Easement for Water and Sewer Facilities for Saghalie Junior High As a culminating step in the completion of the Developers Extension Agreement No. 92-253 between Federal Way Water and Sewer District and the school district, a Real Property License, Bill of Sale for Water Mains, Lines and Hydrants and a Bill of Sale for Sanitary Sewer are required by the Federal Way Water and Sewer in order to have the water and sewer service activated. Attached, please find copies of the required documents. RECOMMENDATION The Superintendent recommends that the Board of Education authorize the Director of Planning and Facilities to execute the attached documents, a Real Property License, Bill of Sale for Water Mains, Lines and Hydrants, a Bill of Sale for sanitary Sewer and the Easement for the Water and Sewer Facilities. DH/DF/GGN/mld Attachments: Easement for Water and Sewer Facilities Bill of Sale for Water Mains, Lines and Hydrants Bill of Sale for Sanitary Sewer Real Property License IOmano57 Federal Way School District 210 Is an equal opportunity and affirmative action emplou!. The Amrmatl.. Adlon Office num""r Is 041-11100 r.'~ '" ~ ~ ë:. ~ " ~ ~ " N ! 19693-7(:, (¿{) EASEMENT FOR WATER AND SEWER FACILITIES THIS AGREEMENT by and between Federal Way Water and Sewer a municipal corporation of King County, Washington, hereinafter ter~ed "Gra'!tee" and Federal Way School District and City of Federal Way herelnafter termed uGrantor". WITNESSETH: That Grantor, for and in consideration of one Dollar or other valuable consideration, the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged, hereby conveys to the Grantee; An easement and right-of-way for water and sewer facilities and all appurtenances related thereto, through, over and across the fol- lowing described real property: See Exhibit "A" attached. Grantor and any heirs, assigns, or successors in interest acknowledge that the easements conveyed herein shall cover the property five feet from the centerline on one side and ten feet from the centerline on the opposite side of all water and sewer mains or service lines and within a five-foot radius around each hydrant, water meter, or manhole existing as of the date of this conveyance. Successors in interest to Grantor's ti tle shall bear the responsibility for determining the location of the referenced water and sewer mains, service lines, hydrants, water meters, manholes, and other improvements for which an easement shall exist, as described herein, and may contact the District for assistance with location of the water and sanitary sewer facilities prior to conveyance. Grantee and its agents, designees or assigns shall have the right, without prior institution of any suit or proceeding at law and without prior notice to Grantor, at such time as Grantee deems neces- sary, to enter upon said proper ty, by foot or vehicle, for the in- stallation, repair, reconstruction or maintenance of water and/or sewer facilities and appurtenances without incurring any legal obli- gation or liability therefore, provided that such shall be accom- plished in a manner that existing private improvements shall not be disturbed or destroyed or in the event that they are disturbed or destroyed, they will be replaced or repaired, as nearly as is practicable, to as good a condition as they were immediately before the property was entered upon by the Grantee. Federal Way Junior High No.6 Agreement No. 92-253 ORIGINAL Grantor hereby agrees that no building, wall, fence, rockery, trees or structure of any kind shall be erected or planted, nor shall any fill material be placed within the boundaries of said easement area. No excavation shall be made within three feet of said water and sewer service facilities and the surface level of the ground within the easement area shall be maintained at the elevation as cur- rentlyexisting. In the event that this provision is violated, the Grantee shall have the right to require removal of any such structure and same shall be accomplished within a reasonable period of time and at Grantor's expense. Failure of Grantee to so exercise its right to require removal shall not constitute waiver of this right. Grantor additionally grants to the Grantee, its agents, desig- nees or assigns, the use of such additional area immediately adjacent to said easement area as shall be required for the construction, re- construction, maintenance and operation of said water and/or sewer service facilities. The use of such additional area shall be held to a reasonable minimum and be returned to the condition existing im- mediately before the property was entered upon by Grantee or its agents. This Agreement and each of the terms, provisions, conditions and covenants herein shall be binding upon and apply to the benefit of the parties hereto and their respective successors and assigns. DATED this £2- day of 4nr~ By ~ß~ Gary G. Nelsòn - Director Planning & Federa 1 Way Sc 01 Di tri ct Facil iti es , 19-2.::L. ss: By STATE OF WASHINGTON County of King th t I know or and ent, on oath stated that they ment and acknowledged it as the of be the free and voluntary act of such mentioned in the instrument. DATED: {to/~ c22/ Nfl( :ih~ :?i"", f, 9z ;Mf ~ Notary P blic Ti tle .. ~ ~ .. .. ~ ~ .. N My appointment expires /v-/-r¡s ~ STATE OF WASHINGTON ss: County of King I certif~ t at I know or have satisfactory evidence that ~ and signed this instrument. on oa ated that they were autÞori~ to execute the instrument and acknowledged it as the ~ ~ and of ('~ ~ 7.JJß..I6-l-{.AJ"'~ to be the free and volun ar act of such party :tor the uses and purposes mentioned in the instrument. DATED: ;l-/"'~~ Not.," '0"'0 ~ ""'-'7 Title My appointment expires ~7/?h , r, ," ", . Exhibit ~A'-' .,', . - ' PARTtAL LEGAL DESCRIPTION .,. /'~?,I:; ,lr., THE WEST _. 'FEET OF THE NORTHWEST QUARTER OF THE NORTHWEST QUARTER OF SECTION 19, TOWNSHIP 21 NORTH, RANGE 4 EAST OF THE WILLAMETTE MERIDIAN AND THE EAST HALF OF THE NORTHEAST QUARTER OF THE NORTHEAST QURTER OF SECTION 24, TOWNSHIP 21 NORTH. RANGE 3 EAST OF THE WILLAMETTE MERIDIAN. LEGAL DESCRIPTION FURNISHED BY CLIENT. , . 6£Hoo6 \vM(J;rrt--c<J . '. . FEDERlIL WlIY JUNIOR JIGII SCIIOOI. lIN!) CITY PllRK lIgreement No. 92-253 I'l1ge 1 of 5 L~GAL DESCRIPTION PARCEL ",." THAT PORTION OF GOv::ro.""MENT LOT 1, SECTIon 19, 'I'0~5I1IP 2l NORTH, . MIIG~ 4 E>.sT, W. M" III KING COUNTY, WASHItIGTON, 51110 PORTIOI'! 1)ElHO HORE PARTICUL'.RLY OESC;tlB:ED ;>'S FoLLCWS: COKMEIICIHG r,T TliE NORTHWES'r CORNER OF SAID SECTION 19 THENCE ALONG THE !ICR~H LINE: THEREOF 589'OO/18"E 335,78 f'EET; 'I'HENCE 501'35'15"W 42,00 FEET TO THE SOUTHERLY MARGlH OF THB J.),~ DS DESCRIBED IN DEED RECORDrD U¡¡DER RECORDING troMBER 6501170655. RECO:uJS OF SAID COUNTY ~:D THE TRU!: POINT 011 :8EGIHNINO: THENCE ALC};Q SAID SOUTI'.ERL'i t'J\RGIH S89' 00'18"E 18.07 fEET TO THE BtCnm!!'G 0:; II C\ß'I::: CONC1\.I/E TO THE SOtJT!I~EST HAVING 11. MOIUS OF 65;.00 iEETI THt¡.:CÕ: EASTERi.'{ AIID SOUTHEMTERLY 700,54 FEET ALONG SAID cURVE THRÙüCIi A CElnAAL Þ.IIC!..S OF 6:>'59'59"1 . THEIICE SJiI'OO'19"E 422.t3, FEET TO THE BEGHnHNG OF A NCN-TlIlIGE}iT CCRVE col/CAVE: TO Ti1'!;: SOUTHEAST "~VI¡IG A ?AD!US OF a~7, 03 FEET (A AADIJ..L LINE TAAol'CH Sl\lO BECINNING 9E1.RS )/28' 00' 19"\'i) THr.JICE S,:¡t:THWE¡;'i'ERLY AND SOUTHERLY 732 - 77 FEET ALOHG SAID CURVE THROUGH 1\ CEHTAAL AHCLE OF 46'AQ'15" TO A AADIAL LINE OF SAID cURVE ~:!ICH 'SthM 1;7 ~. 48' 34"W A.>¡D TH£ SOUTH LINE of SJ>.ID GOVEmlHENT LOT 11 THtHCE ¡o.!'OIlO 31.10 SOUTH LII1E 1198'59'20"1iI 376,79 FEET TO ;. LIl'E PArALLEL HI~H A~O DXST.~T 335,76 rE~T E~TERLV, WHEN HEIISURZD J..T RIGHT »IGLZS, TROM TI'.E WtS~ LIIIE OF 5AI D GOV!:R-LfHENT LOT, ':'HEIiCE ,\LOIIG !.'\ID pAMLLEL LINE N01'3S'16"E 1273,00 fEET TO THE TRUE POINT or ~EGI~I~O, CO~TAIF5 702,9S9 SQUhRE l~~T (16.14), MO~E OR LESS, S!TUATU IN KING COUNTY, W~S~INGTON, r ¡1#) ¿/ (fHu P7 It ry FEDERlIL W^Y ,JUNIOR IIIGlI SOJOJL lIND CITY P^RK ^greement No. 92-253 Pi1ge 2 of 5 .. ~"PAC-TECH 7ineeringlnc, ~ EngIneers / Planners / Surveyors / EnvIronmental Specialists U.+è...t /,; 'l'~'!"""'ï NOVEMBER J, 1992 JOB #50748 LEGAL DESCRIPTION PARCEL "A" THAT PORTION OF THE SOUTHEAST QUARTER OF THE NORTHEAST QUARTER OF SECTION 24, TOWNSHIP 21 NORTH, RANGE 3 EAST, WILLAMETTE MERIDIAN, KING COUNTY, WASHINGTON, DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS: COMMENCING AT THE NORTHEAST CORNER OF THE SOUTHEAST QUARTER OF THE NORTHEAST QUARTER OF SAID SECTION 24; THENCE NORTH 89°12'07"WEST ALONG THE NORTH LINE THEREOF, A DISTANCE OF 264.02 FEET TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING; THENCE SOUTH OPO6'36"WEST PARALLEL WITH THE EAST LINE THEREOF, A DISTANCE OF 80.00 FEET; THENCE NORTH 89°12'07"WEST, A DISTANCE OF 129.37 FEET; THENCE NORTH OPO9'07"EAST, A DISTANCE OF 80.00 FEET TO A POINT ON SAID NORTH LINE; THENCE SOUTH 89.12'07"EAST ALONG SAID NORTH LINE, A DISTANCE OF 129.31 FEET TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING. / ffiOCRll!. WAY JUNIOR 1I1G11 SCllooL lIND CITY PARK lIgreement No. 92-253 Page 3 of 5 King County: 6100 Southeenler Blvd" Suite 100 . Sea"le, WA 98188.2441 . (206) 243.7112 . FAX (206) 243.7109 Pierce County: (206) 473.4491 . Environmental Services: (206) 473.4491 Kitsap County: (206) 377-2053 ~ PAC - TECH 1ineering Inc. ~ Engineers / Planners / SulVeyors / Environmental Specialists ,',n NOVEMBER 3, 1992 JOB #50748 LEGAL DESCRIPTION PARCEL "B" THAT PORTION OF THE SOUTHEAST QUARTER OF THE NORTHEAST QUARTER OF SECTION 24, TOWNSHIP 21 NORTH, RANGE 3 EAST, WILLAMETTE MERIDIAN, KING COUNTY, WASHINGTON, DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS: BEGINNING AT TilE NORTHEAST CORNER OF THE SOUTIIEAST QUARTER OF THE NORTHEAST QUARTER OF SAID SECTION 24; THENCE SOUTH 01"06' 36"WEST ALONG THE EAST LINE THEREOF, A DISTANCE OF 70.00 FEET; THENCE NORTH 89°12'07"WEST PARALLEL WITH THE NORTH LINE THEREOF, A DISTANCE OF 69.12 FEET; THENCE SOUTII 00047'53"WEST, A DISTANCE OF 10.00 FEET; THENCE NORTH 89°12'07"WEST, A DISTANCE OF 205.94 FEET; THENCE NORTH OP06'36"EAST, A DISTANCE OF 80.00 FEET TO A POINT ON SAID NORTH LINE; TIIENCE SOUTH 89°12'O7"EAST ALONG SAID NORTH LINE THEREOF, A DISTANCE OF 264.02 FEET TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING. TOGETHER WITH THAT PORTION THE SOUTHWEST QUARTER OF THE NORTHWEST QUARTER OF SECTION 19, TOWNSHIP 21 NORTH, RANGE 4 EAST, WILLAMETTE MERIDIAN, KING COUNTY, WASHINGTON, DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS: BEGINNING AT THE NORTHWEST CORNER OF THE SOUTHWEST QUARTER OF THE NORTHWEST QUARTER OF SAID SECTION 19; THENCE SOUTH 89°27'31"EAST ALONG THE NORTH LINE THEREOF, A DISTANCE OF 264.01 FEET; THENCE SOUTH 01°06'36"WEST ON A LINE PARALLEL WITH THE WEST LINE OF SAID SOUTHWEST QUARTER, A DISTANCE OF 183.39 FEET TO A POINT OF CUSP ON A 340.00 FOOT RADIUS CURVE, THE CENTER OF WHICH BEARS SOUTH 48 °43' 55"WEST; THENCE NORTHWESTERLY ALONG SAID CURVE THROUGH A CENTRAL ANGLE OF 47056'02", AN ARC DISTANCE OF 284.44 FEET; THENCE NORTH 89°27'31"WEST, A DISTANCE OF 10.99 FEET TO A POINT ON ~AID WEST LINE; THENCE NORTH 01"06'36"EAST ALONG THE WEST LINE OF THE SOUTHWEST QUARTER THEREOF, A DISTANCE OF 70.00 FEET TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING. ~!,1:1::}~~!;.\.\..'~"", T '. ' -, 1) " t. '¡«,ff;'-' "I ,~~' - "~r' Ii ~ '\> 0' r<:.Ls~ "", \, ~'lt ','~-~,,1._\.:; r. / fEDERJlL WlIY JUNIOR IIlGIl SCIIOOL AND CITY PARK l\greement No. 92-253 Page 4 of 5 . Seante, WA 98188-2441 . (206) 243-7112 . FAX (206) 243-7109 Ple,ce County: (206) 473-4491 . Env;lOnmenlaiSeNlces: (206) 473- 4491 . Kilsap County: (206) 377-2053 Iii PAC-TECH F"qineering Inc. ~ Engineers / Planners / Surv"yors / Environmental Specialists NOVEMBER 3, 1992 JOB #50748 LEGAL DESCRIPTION PARCEL "C" THAT PORTION OF THE SOUTHWEST QUARTER OF THE NORTHWEST QUARTER OF SECTION 19, TOWNSHIP 21 NORTH, RANGE 4 EAST, WILLAMETTE MERIDIAN, KING COUNTY, WASHINGTON, DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS: COMMENCING AT THE NORTHWEST CORNER OF THE SOUTHWEST QUARTER OF THE NORTHWEST QUARTER OF SAID SECTION 19, THENCE SOUTH 89°27'31uEAST ALONG THE NORTH LINE THEREOF, A DISTANCE OF 264.01 FEET TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING; THENCE CONTINUING SOUTH 89°27'31"EAST, A DISTANCE OF 298.22 FEET; THENCE SOUTH 21"47' 27"WEST, A DISTANCE OF 122.98 FEET; THENCE SOUTH 70.08'00uWEST, A DISTANCE OF 83.38 FEET; THENCE SOUTH S3. 4 4' 33 "WEST, A DISTANCE OF 164.46 FEET; THENCE NORTH 36°1S'27"WEST, A DISTANCE OF 44.74 FEET TO THE BEGINNING OF A 340.00 FOOT RADIUS CURVE THE CENTER OF WHICH BEARS SOUTH S3 ° 4 ~ '33 "WEST; THENCE NORTHWESTERLY ALONG SAID CURVE THROUGH A CENTRAL ANGLE OF OsoOO'38", AN ARC DISTANCE OF 29.73 FEET; THENCE NORTH 01"06'36"EAST PARALLEL WITH THE WEST LINE OF THE SOUTHWEST QUARTER OF SAID NORTHWEST QUARTER, A DISTANCE OF 183.39 FEET TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING. I FEDERAL W"Y JUNIOR II1G11 SCIIOOI. AND CITY P"11K "greement No. 92-253 Page 5 of 5 King County: 6100 Soulhcen'er Blvd" Suile 100 . Sean Ie, WA 98188-2441 . (206) 243-7112 . FAX (206) 243-7109 Plmco County: (2116) 473-4491 ErlVlronmonlnl Sorvlc..: (206) 473- 4491 . KUonn County: (206) 377-2053 "Wìen".,corde' mail to: 'Car:olyn A. Lake, City Attorney City of Federal Way 33530 1st Way South Federal Way, WA 98003 \1) \1) ~ 0 N '1"'4 ( ) 0 ~ (1) /)6 7'3-?~ ",,"J',-.C1 f,t.C'-' ,- INTERLOCAL COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT BETWEEN FEDERAL WAY SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 210 AND CI'1,'Y OF FEDERAL WAY This ð3 of effective Agreement, tunc day nunc pro I~ , 199~ is by and between the City of Federal Way, '--'" a municipal corporation of the State of Washington (hereinafter C' ;' "City"), and Federal Way School District No. 210, a municipal corporation of the State of Washington (hereinafter "District"). ¡: -;, '.., WHEREAS, the governing bodies of the City and the District are mutually interested in an adequate program of community recreation n, 2: and student activities; and WHEREAS, the Parties have, concurrent with this Agreement, entered into an Interlocal Agreement for the design and development of a joint site for Junior High School #6 and City Park; and WHEREAS, said governing bodies are authorized to enter into agreements with each other, and to do any and all things necessary or convenient to aid and cooperate in the cultivation of good citizenship by providing for programs of community recreation and student activities; and WHEREAS, in the interest of providing the best services with the least possible expenditure of public funds, full cooperation between the City and the District is necessary; and ORIGINAL a') a') ~ 0 N '1""4 00 0 ~ a') WHEREAS, a joint use concept can provide for the maintenance and operation of existing fields and buildings for their better utilization by both Parties; and WHEREAS, the purpose of this joint use Agreement is to allow and encourage the City and District to work together in planning, developing and maintaining the joint school/park site for joint use; and WHEREAS, the City and the District have the authority to enter into this 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. FACILITY ALLOCATION: For purposes of this Agreement the District and the City designate the following as "Joint Facilities" as follows: "Joint Facilities": soccer field, softball field, tennis courts, basketball area, concession/storage facilities, picnic and play area, football field, baseball field, track, restrooms/storage facility, and/or such other facilities as may be developed on the - 2 - (!) ~ ~ 0 N '1"'4 rrJ 0 0:1' (j) site agreed upon by both Parties; provided, however, for as purposes of this Agreement, "Project" shall not include the school building. :I:I: . AVAILABILITY OF FACILITIES: A. The District will make available to the City for community recreational activities the Joint Facilities not needed for the conduct of school programs. All requests for use of the Joint Facilities by the City 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, the Joint Facilities not needed for the conduct of City activities and programs. All requests for use of the Joint Facilities by the District 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 the Joint 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, - 3 - Cf) (!) ~ 0 N .-4 'XJ 0 ~ 0') and written are other parties mutual agreement of the any supplemental thereto. III. PRIORITIES AND SCHEDULING: A. The first priority for use of the Joint Facilities during school operating hours shall be school events and programs; the second shall be recreation activities and programs of the city; and the third shall be any activities and programs of other agencies or groups as may be approved or permitted by the District. B. The first priority for the use of Joint Facilities during non- school operating hours shall be city activities and programs; the second shall be school events, activities and/or programs; and the third shall be any activities and programs of other agencies or groups as may be approved or permitted by the city. c. Reservations according to following booked the shall be policy: Each Party shall designate and notify the other Party of a staff person responsible for reservation coordination. All requests shall be made in writing by the requesting Party and be submitted to the other Party's reservation coordinator. - 4 - a') a') c1' 0 N ~ 00 0 c1' a') Every attempt shall be made to submit requests at least two weeks in advance. The city shall be the primary reservation coordinating agency in order to best schedule maintenance and use of the Joint Facilities. D. The schedule of dates for use of the Joint 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. activities are in If, however, conflict, each 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 responsibility resulting from the or for damages cancellation, and the non-canceling entity shall hold the other harmless from any such damages. E. Quarterly joint meetings in August, held shall be use 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 scheduled by mutual agreement between the Superintendent his designated Schools or or her of representative and the city Manager or his or her designated representative. - 5 - 0') 0') ~ 0 N ""' 00 0 ~ 0") IV. SUPERVISION AND STAFFING: A. Each Party agrees to provide adequate adult personnel to supervise its activities which take place on the Joint Facilities; provided that: City supervision shall be required solely for city sponsored/organized events and shall not be required for general community use of facilities. School supervision shall be required solely for school sponsored/organized events and shall not be required for general community use of facilities. The adequacy of the level of supervision is subject to review by the other Party. Either agency 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 activity. Such responsibility also includes cost of repair to or replacement of property damaged or destroyed by the act or omissions of the user, its agents, or invitee. - 6 - ~ ~ ~ 0 N '1"'4 CfJ 0 ~ ~ v. MAINTENANCE: A. The Parties the site maintain shall facilities all of excluding the Junior High School building interior and exterior maintenance. B. The Parties shall meet or exceed those maintenance standards as described in Exhibit A, attached hereto and incorporated by this reference. c. The Parties a establish maintenance shall schedule in conformance with the maintenance standards. The schedule shall as close, as possible, equally divide maintenance tasks between the Parties. Allocation of tasks shall be based upon criteria of (1) equity in division; (2) the matching of Parties' capabilities, labor and equipment resources to the tasks and frequency required. The schedule may be modified upon written agreement of the Parties. D. Allocation between the Parties of maintenance tasks shall be in lieu payments by Party to the other for regular of one maintenance costs. Provided, however, in the event one Party fails to comply with a material task assigned to that Party pursuant to the maintenance schedule, the other Party may, upon ten (10) days prior written notice to the non-complying Party, perform the task and bill the non-complying Party for such costs. - 7 - a') a') ~ 0 N If"4 00 0 ~ 0". E. Costs maintenance be of concession site for the shall separately identified and shall not be included in the total maintenance costs to the shared by the Parties. The concession maintenance costs shall be borne solely by the city F. Maintenance costs shall be borne by the using Party when such maintenance involves extra costs to the responsible Party, unless maintenance duties/equipment are exchanged in lieu of payments. G. Game preparation and lining of tracks and fields shall be done by the user Party. H. All facilities shall be repaired, restored or replaced as required to ensure safe operation. Each Party shall notify the other in or required repair, advance of replacement any restoration. repairs, All the costs of replacements and restoration of facilities shall be borne equally by the Parties. VI. EQUIPMENT/FIXTURES: A. EauiDment and SuDDlies. The equipment used in the conduct of the programs shall, to the extent practicable, be furnished by the Party providing the services. Each Party will furnish and supply all expendable materials (except sanitation supplies) necessary for operating its programs on the properties used. Equipment that is not easily moved on site (for example: soccer goals, volleyball standards, baseball bases, etc.) may be used by the other agency if - 8 - a"J ~ ~ 0 N '1"'4 00 0 ~ cr> available. Any damage to such equipment will be immediately reported and a mutually agreeable method and amount of payment for replacement or repair determined. B. Imcrovements. and Safetv Features. 1. The City may, with prior written approval of the District, improve Joint Facilities including the installation of recreation equipment not in conflict with school use, which shall be at no cost or expense to the District except by written mutual agreement. 2. The District may, with prior written approval of the city, improve Joint Facilities including installations of school equipment not in conflict with recreation use, which shall be at no cost or expense to the city except by written mutual agreement. 3. All improvements be equipment installed and and to installed for purposes of this Agreement, the design, plans and specifications thereof, and the type and construction thereof, including 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 operating such recreation areas, and the improvements and equipment installed thereon, shall be mutually - 9 - 0') a') ~ 0 N ..-4 00 0 ~ a') 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 Joint Facilities 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 alterations become the property of the site upon termination of this Agreement. C. Utilities. The costs of the utilities provided to the Project shall be borne equally by the Parties. The school building utilities shall be separately metered, where possible, in order to ensure segregation of costs, and shall be borne solely by the District. The cost of the outdoor Project Facility lighting shall be separately metered and shall be paid solely by the City, provided that the District shall pay to the City an amount equal to the cost of the District's use of the outdoor Project Facility lighting. This cost shall be calculated based upon the District's pro-rata share of the City's outdoor project Facility lighting billing for the applicable period of use. VII. RETAIL SALES AND CONCESSIONS The City shall conduct retail sales or grant concessions for the sale of refreshments on the site. The city shall bear all - 10 - ~ a') ~ 0 N ~ 00 0 ~ a') expenses and retain all profits from concession sales. Maintenance costs directly be attributable concession site to the shall separately identified and shall not be included in the total maintenance costs of the site to be borne equally by the Parties. VIII. LONG RANGE PLANNING: The City and the District will encourage cooperative efforts in this Project's future school and recreation design, development and improvement. Each Party shall offer the other the opportunity to review and comment on any future development, modification, and/or re-design or improvement plans. IX. ADVERTISING: A. Any posting of advertising matter of any kind on the property shall be in places designated 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 policy of the affected facility's responsible Party. B. When joint programs are sponsored, each Party will share in the public acknowledgement. - 11- cr> a') 'd' 0 N ..-4 00 0 'd' Cf) x. PAYMENT FOR USE OF THE PROPERTY: There will be no rental charges for Joint Facility usage by either Party. 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. XI. GENERAL PROVISIONS: A. Indemnification. The District agrees to indemnify and hold the City, its elected officials, officers, employees, agents, and volunteers harmless from any and all claims, demands, losses, actions and liabilities (including costs and all attorney fees) to or by or and all entities, including, without any persons limitation, their respective agents, licensees, or representatives, arising from, resulting from, or connected with this Agreement to the extent caused by the negligent acts, errors or omissions of the District, its elected officials, officers, employees, agents, and volunteers, or by the District's breach of this Agreement. The City agrees to indemnify and hold the District, its elected officials, officers, employees, agents, and volunteers harmless from any and all claims, demands, losses, actions and liabilities (including costs and all attorney fees) to or by any and all persons or entities, including, without limitation, their - 12 - a') ~ ood" 0 N '1"4 00 0 ood" ~ respective agents, licensees, or representatives, arising from, resulting from, or connected with this Agreement to the extent caused by the negligent acts, errors or omissions of the City, its elected officials, officers, employees, agents, and volunteers, or by the City's breach of this Agreement. The provisions of this paragraph shall survive the expiration or termination any event this of with Agreement respect to occurring prior to such expiration or termination. B. Insurance. 1. It is hereby understood and agreed that each Party to this Agreement shall obtain and maintain public liability insurance in amount not less than an TWO MILLION AND NO/100 DOLLARS ($2,000,000) single limit liability. 2. Each a Party shall provide the other with Party certificate of public liability insurance naming the other Party as an additional insured and showing proof of the required insurance coverage. Insurance coverage shall be maintained at all times. C. 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 any facility for the purposes of this Agreement, the dispute or difference shall be resolved by the city Manager or his/her designated representative and the Superintendent - 13- ~ ~ ~ 0 N 'I""f rx; 0 ~ ~ of Schools or his/her designated representative. Such decision shall arrived be at expeditiously possible. as Parties as stipulate to the jurisdiction of King County Superior Court in the event any dispute cannot be satisfactorily resolved. D. Annual Review. Each January a review board will meet to consider and recommend changes to this Agreement, if any 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; City - Director of Parks, Recreation and Human Services, Superintendent of Maintenance and Operations, Human Superintendent and Recreation of and Services. Any change to this Agreement shall be presented to the appropriate governing bodies for approval. E. This Agreement shall be effective upon execution by Terms. both Parties and shall be perpetual in term. F. Filinq. A copy of this Agreement shall be filed with the Secretary of State, the City Clerk of the city of Federal Way, the Department of Fiscal Services/Federal Way Schools, and the King County Auditor. G. This Agreement does not authorize the joint review board to acquire, hold and/or dispose of real or personal property. Terms of use, and payment and liability related to the use of any real or - 14 - personal property owned or operated by the Parties hereto are governed by the terms of this Agreement. IN WITNESS whereof the Parties have executed this Agreement the day and year set forth below. CITY OF FEDERAL WAY ~~ KENNETH E. NYB--- CITY MANAGER ATTEST: a"J' ~ 'y;¡ÎJ</J ~ I~ fo '! ~ .A--/, ~- d2-CITY CLERK, MAUREEN M. SWANEY, CMC ~ APPROVED AS TO FORM: ~ lÁ-- CITY ATTORNEY, CAROLYN A. LAKE APPROVAL BY GOVERNING BOARD GIVEN: FEDERAL WAY CITY COUNCIL 23 .J~ \ crq 2- Date rnotiOl1 A-w(DVI'~ c.,m ".0 Action 6~ ~ ~/C('fI--\. 92L398.2 - 15 - FEDERAL WAY SCHOOL DIST. 210 Ac~~ SUPERINTENDENT FEDERAL WAY SCHOOL DIST. 210 ~ ¿z., 1997-- DaYJ ¡J'tJarl Ii Cc//(ct:tl'/(n." Action EXHIBIT A October 13, 1992 JOINT USE AREA MAINTENANCE PLAN FOR SCHOOL SITE #6 FEDERAL WAY PARKS TASK DAILY WEEKLY MONlHLY # TIMESIYEAR COMMENTS I. Reøtrooms 8 -AM Cleanin¡ -PM lDøpection -8erviced 104 days 2. Garbagell.itter 8 -104 days -As needed w/evatls 3. Parking Lots Weed 2-3 Litter 8 4. Mowing 8 Goal of 2 times per week on ballfields 5. Edging 8 Goal of 2 times per month 6. Irrigation 2 -Energize -Winterize 0') -Repairs ~ 7. Basketball Court 8 ~ 8. Tennis Court 8 . 9. BssebaIl Infields 8 In season C 10. Softball Infields 8 In season C II. PIaystructure 8 Inspect in season Report monthly 12. Park Fixtures 8 InspectIRepair -Gools -Drinking fountains -Bollards -Bleachers 13. PathslWaIks 8 InspectIClean 14. Fence 2 Inspect/Repair IS. Signage As needed Repair /Install 16. Fall Cleanup 2 . it IS es~ ~ mamteoance Df the Slte will cost 90,000 m 1994 95 with costs being shared IS follows: City's share of mainten~1IC" budget School's share of maintenance budget School's credit to City for rental of school facilities for City sponsored programs. $45,000 30,000 15.000 Estimated total $90,000 October 13. 1992 JOINT USE AREA MAINTENANCE PLAN FOR SCHOOL SITE #6 a') ~ od' ~ ~ r1 1:) ~ ~ 1) FEDERAL WAY SCHOOL DISTRICT TASK DAILY WEEKLY MONTIlLY fI TIMESIYEAR COMMENTS 1. Restrooms 8 -AM CleaaiDg -PM 1Dspecti.oo -Serviced 260 days 2. GarbsgelLiller 8 -260 days -As needed w/evems 3. Parking Lots V IICIIUII1 Both lots Weed 2-3 Liller ,8 4. Field/Security 1 -8ecurity lights to be Lights replaced when burned out -Field lights to be replaced when % are out 5. Track 6. Pesticide Application 2-3 -<:Ontrol of weeds -Control major infestations of insects 7. Fertilization 3-5 -Slow release fertilizer -minlspring, summer, fall 8. Airification 2-3 9. Topdressing 1 1/4"Topdress sand per application 10. Pruning 1 Proper techniques to achieve sbspe & sitelines . It is estimated !bat maintenance of the site will cost $90,000 om 1994/95 with costs being shared as follows: City's share of maintenance budget School's share of maintenance budget School's credit to City for rents! of school facilities for City sponsored programs. Estimated total $45,000 30,000 15.000 $90,000 ~ c:xJ c::::> r- N en c::::> C"ï m "" "" ~ ,~ "" ~ M ~ "" ~ ! ~ ~ <.0 ~ ~ ~ "" = ~ "" = = C' W"(>!L recorded, please mail to: Gi:'.:olyn ,A. Lake City of Federal Way 33530 1st Way South Federal'Way, WA 98003 ~- Illf r 3- tfo INTERLOCAL AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE CITY OF FEDERAL WAY AND FEDERAL WAY SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 210 FOR DESIGN, DEVELOPMENT AND CONSTRUCTION OF JOINT SITE FOR JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL NO.6 AND CITY PARK This Agreement is made and entered into by and between the City of Federal Way (hereinafter "City") and Federal Way School District No. 210 (hereinafter "District"), collectively "Parties". 1. The City and the DiBtrict own adjacent property sites intended for development of a joint City park and junior high school (hereinafter "Project"). 2. The location of the property provides the unique opportunity to combine the resources of the City and the District to develop the site at a level, quality and with increased cost efficiency than if either entity individually developed its site. 3. Chapter 39.34 (Interlocal Cooperation Act) permits local governmental units to make the most efficient use of their powers by enabling them to cooperate with other entities to provide services in a manner best serving the needs and development of local communities. 4. Both the District and the city can achieve cost savings and benefits in the public interest by combining their efforts to perform certain work during the design, construction and operations phases of the development of the Property; NOW, THEREFORE, it is hereby covenanted and agreed to by and between the Parties hereto as follows: I. Definitions. The following definitions shall apply to this Agreement: 1.1 Architect - Architect retained by District, performing work on behalf of District and city. 1.2 City - The City of Federal Way. District - Federal Way School District No. 210. 1.3 1.4 Engineers - Any licensed engineer employed pursuant to joint agreement of the Parties to carry out the purposes of this Agreement. 1.5 Parties - Shall indicate joint reference to the City of Federal Way and Federal Way School District No. 210. ORiGINAL ~ CD c::> t- N C1') c::> m C1') 1.6 Project - The development of a joint City park and junior high school upon two adjacent sites owned one each by the Parties, to include the development of the following facilitieB, or such other facilities mutually agreed upon by the Parties: football field" baseball field, basketball area, soccer field, track, softball field, tennis courts, concession/storage facility, restroom/storage facility, picnic, play area and trails; provided, however, that for purposes of this Agreement, "Project" shall not include design construction, or development of the school building. 1.7 Landscape Architect Subcontractor/landscape architect retained by Architect retained by District, performing work on behalf of both District and city. site - Two adjacent lots, owned one each by the Parties, as currently legally described in Exhibit "A" incorporated herein by reference. 1.8 XX. Desian Phase. 2.1 An Architect has been retained by the District to perform certain services relating to the design phase of the Project. That current Scope of Work is attached hereto as Exhibit "B" incorporated herein. Payment of Architect services for the Project previously rendered under the Scope of Work shall be shared equally between the Parties, provided that all costs relating to the school building shall be separately identified and shall be the sole responsibility of the District. 2.2 All costs for services of Architect and Landscape Architect performed after the approval of this Agreement shall be borne equally by the Parties. Consistent with this Agreement, a revised Scope of Work shall be approved by both Parties for the Architect and Landscape Architect to reflect the joint nature of this Project. 2.3 Both Parties shall participate in the design development and provide input to the Architect and Landscape Architect on finalization of the Master Plan for the Project. 2.4 Preliminary design shall be completed no later than the date of the execution of this agreement by both parties. 2.5 The Engineering scope of Work for street design and construction of lOth Avenue shall include additional siting alignment information required by the City; provided, however, the cost of this work shall be itemized from the remaining Scope of Work and these costs shall be borne solely by the City. - 2 - ~ co c:::> ~ ~ OJ III. ADDlicable Process. 3.1 Process III. The Project shall be developed pursuant to all applicable codes, regulations, and ordinances of the City of Federal Way. Specifically, the development of this site iB Bubject to the provisions of Process III, Chapter 155 of the Federal Way Zoning Code, which shall address the combined development of the school and park, and amendments to a concomitant agreement currently in effect for that portion of the site currently owned by the city. 3.2 Lot Line Adiustment. The District and the city, concurrent with the Process III review, shall include an application for a lot line adjustment to accommodate the District's requirement that the building footprint be contained within the dimenBions of one lot. The lot line shall be adjusted similar to the alignment as shown in the attached map, Exhibit "C". New legal descriptions shall be prepared to reflect the lot line adjustment. It is the intention of the Parties that the final lot line adjustment shall adhere to the following criteria, in order of priority: (1) The lot line shall ensure the footprint of the school building is contained within the dimensions of the District's lot. (2) The lot line shall not traverse any proposed facility described in section 1.6 herein. (3) The revised lot line shall follow a logical path within the Project. (4) Following the lot line adjustment, each Party shall own substantially the same acreage as owned by that Party prior to the lot line adjustment. As part of the lot line procedure, each Party shall convey to the other the property interest necessary to effectuate the change in ownership resulting from the lot line adjustment. 3.3 SEPA. This Project is subject to review under the State Environmental Protection Act. Pursuant to WAC 197-11-296, if two or more agencies share in the implementation of a proposal, the agencies shall by agreement determine which agency shall be the lead agency. Pursuant to WAC 197-11-944, the District and the City hereby designate the City as the nominal lead agency, whereby the City shall be responsible for complying with the duties of the lead agency under all applicable SEPA rules. - 3 - <o::t CXJ c:::> "'- C\.J en c:::> m en 3.4 SEPA Checklist. The Engineers and Landscape Architects for this Project shall be responsible for preparing the SEPA checklist and associated documents. 3.5 SEPA Mitiqation Conditions. The Parties agree to cooperate and enter into all necessary agreements to carry out any mitigation conditions imposed as a result of the SEPA review process, which are not contemplated within the terms of this Agreement. 3.5 ADDroval. Final Master Plan approval for the Project shall be complete upon approval of Master Plan by the District School Board and the Federal Way City Council. IV. Pre-Construction Phase. 4.1 Pursuant to Architect and Landscape Architect Scope of Work, the final construction plans, specifications and project manual will be prepared for design, including development items that are agreed upon by the Parties, and which fit the overall conBtruction budget. Final construction plans will be prepared by Architect/Landscape Architect. 4.2 Each Party shall, in a timely manner, furnish any additional reproducible construction drawings, special contract provisions and other necessary documents which shall sufficiently detail requirements for each Party's work to become a part of the plans and specifications for the Project. Each Party shall promptly notify the other of any changes which must be made to the these documents to bring them into conformance with each Party's requirements for bidding in administration, which changes shall be promptly made upon agreement of the Parties. 4.3 Allocation of Construction Costs. It is the intention of the city and the District that the Project's plans and specifications be incorporated into the contract bid documentB in such a manner as to allow, to the extent possible, identification of cost allocations between the Parties, as set out herein. In all cases, separate plans, specifications and contract bid documents shall be drawn for the school building. 4.4 Estimate of Costs. The Architect shall prepare a final probable cost of construction of the Project, excluding all costs associated with school building construction and separately identifying costs relating to the concession/storage facility, prior to finalizing a bid proposal format. This estimate will be the basis for establishing the bid proposal lump sum base bid, alternatives and requests for unit price. The estimate shall be reviewed and approved by both the District and the city. The City and the District shall each pay one-half of all costs associated with bid advertisement. - 4 - ~ co 0 r- N gs (Y') m 4.5 AcceDtance of Bids. The District shall be responsible for overseeing and coordinating the bidding phase. This coordination shall include being named as the party to whom the bids will be submitted. 4.6 Bid ODenina and Award. A representative from each Party shall attend the bid opening and review bid proposals. The District and the city shall jointly review the Contractor qualifications and the recommendation of the Landscape Architect regarding award of contract. Bid awards shall be made to the lowest responsible bidder for the total Project, excluding separate bid for school building construction, subject to applicable laws and regulations. Neither Party shall proceed with work on the Project until it has received approval from the other Party for the bid award. 4.7 Reiection of Bids. If no bids are received for the Project, which in the estimate of the city or the District are acceptable to that Party, that Party shall so immediately notify the other Party. Upon joint agreement of the Parties, either Party's work shall be deleted from the Project contract and, in this event, the remaining Party shall proceed with the Project plans as they are proposed herein, or as modified by the remaining Party. This Interlocal shall terminate effective the date of one Party's notice to the other of rejection of all bids. Approval by the City is not required for bid acceptance for the school building construction. v. Contract Administration. 5.1 Administration. Each Party shall provide and bear the cost incurred by that Party for the necessary administrative inspection and clerical services necessary for the execution of the Project. 5.2 Chanae Orders. The cost of any change orders requested by any Party shall be allocated to the requesting Party unless mutually agreed upon in writing by the Parties prior to authorization of the change order. If, in the opinion of both Parties, a change order is required to correct errors or clarify design questions, the costs shall be borne equally by the Parties. 5.3 InsDections. Each Party at its sole cost and expense Bhall furnish an inspector to ensure proper compliance with its requirements during the construction phase of the Project. Each Party's inspector shall advise the other of any deficiency noted. Neither Party's inspector shall communicate directly with or instruct the contractor directly on any matters regarding contract performance. communication and direction regarding contract performance shall be the responsibility of the Landscape Architect pursuant to the Landscape Architect's Scope of Work. - 5 - ~ cx:J (:) ~ gs (Y) en VI. Riaht-of-wav Reauirements. 6.1 Riaht-of-Wav Determination. Right-of-way requirements for the Project shall be determined during review process pursuant to Federal Way Code section 110.20 and all other applicable codes, regulations and conditions imposed as a result of SEPA review. 6.2 Riaht-of-Wav Acauisition and Costs. The right-of-way COBt allocation for acquisition of property necessary for construction of Southwest 340th Street shall be borne in the same proportion as provided in section 6.4. 6.3 ProDertv Acauisition. The District shall have primary responsibility for all phases of the property acquisition for Southwest 340th Street including, but not limited to, condemnation of any required land. Finalization of any purchase price in lieu of, or during, condemnation proceedings shall require approval of both the City and District. 6.4 Street Desian. Construction and ImDrovement Costs. The costs of street design and improvement costs for construction and purchase or right-of-way for roads shall be as follows: 1. Southwest 340th Street will be the responsibility of the District from the intersection with 19th Avenue Southwest, along the southern property line of land owned by the District. sixty feet of right-of-way shall be purchased to the south. Southwest 340th Street that abuts the City property to the intersection of the new loth Avenue Southwest, at the southeast corner, shall be allocated equally between the Parties, including land acquisition of sixty feet of right-of-way. 2. loth Avenue Southwest shall be the responsibility of the City. For purposes of this subsection, city and District property shall be measured using property lines existing at the conclusion of the lot line adjustment proceBS. 3. Any cost recovery for street design, construction, or improvement for construction of Southwest 340th Street and loth Avenue Southwest shall be allocated between the Parties at a ratio equal to the Parties' proportionate participation in the design and construction of each. - 6 - -.::t' co 0 r-- N § (YJ a; VII. proiect PaVlllent. 7.1 PaYment Allocation. All costs of the Project, except as specifically allocated between the Parties in Paragraphs(s) 2.1, 5.1, 5.2, 5.3 and 6.3 herein, shall be borne equally by the Parties, provided that all costs associated with concession/ storage facility shall be borne solely by the city. 7.2 Accountinq. The District shall provide to the City an accounting of all costs incurred as a result of this Agreement, including a copy of all bills, statements of accounts, requeBts for payments, etc. received by the District relating to the Project, prior to payment for said services. All accounts, books, records, and documentation pertaining to the execution of this Agreement shall be made available at all reasonable times to a representative of the city. 7.3 PaYment Aooroval. Notwithstanding the initial payment of all cost of the Project by the District, both City and District approval shall be required prior to the payment of any Bervices rendered pursuant to this Agreement. 7.4 PaYment Methods. Payment of the Project shall be made as described in either Paragraph(s) 7.4.1 or 7.4.2, at the City's sole discretion. 7.4.1 Ini tial PaYment bv District. The entire cost of the Project shall be paid initially by the District, as described in this section 7.4.1. 7.4.1.A The District shall pay all costs incurred throughout design, pre-construction phase, construction and operational phase of the Project when due on behalf of both the District and the City, until the date of the City repayment set out in Paragraph7.4.1.B herein. 7.4. 1. B ci tv PaYment Schedule. The city shall pay to the District all costs allocated to the City pursuant to this Agreement, including interest. The interest rate shall be revised twice yearly and shall equal the average daily investment rate of interest realized by the District for the preceding six-month term. The term of the repayment schedule shall be up to but not exceed five (5) years from the date of execution of this Agreement by both Parties. Payments shall be made twice yearly on June 1st and December 1st. 7.4.2 Joint PaYment. The District shall forward a copy of all billing statements for the Project to the City immediately upon the District's receipt of such statements. All billing statements shall separately identify: (1) costs relating to joint obligations of the Parties and (2) costs defined to be the sole responsibility - 7 - ood' co c:::> l"- N ~ (Y'") (j) of the District and the city. Each Party shall pay itB costs within thirty (30) days of its receipt and approval of the billing statement. 7.4.3 Combination of pavment Methods. The city may elect the payment method described in §7.4.1 and, at such time as appropriate funds are available, the city may elect to adopt the payment method described in §7.4.2 herein. VIU. ODerations and Maintenance. 8.1 Upon final completion and acceptance of the construction of the project's facilities, the operations, use and maintenance of the facilities on the site shall be governed by the Inter1ocal Cooperative Agreement between the District and the City, executed concurrently with this Agreement, a copy of which is attached hereto as Exhibit "D". IX. Insurance. 9.1 It is hereby understood and agreed that each Party to this Agreement shall obtain and maintain public liability insurance in an amount not less than TWO MILLION AND NO/100 DOLLARS ($2,000,000) single limit liability. 9.2 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 required insurance coverage. Insurance coverage shall be maintained at all times. X. General Issues 10.1 Schedulinq. Time is of the essence of this Agreement in each and all of its provisions in which performance is a factor. The Parties commit to exert all reasonable efforts to adhere to completion dates Bet forth in the attached Exhibit "C". 10.2 Term. This Agreement, for purposes of compliance with RCW 39.34.030(3) and 39.34.030(4) (B) shall terminate upon the occurrence of the three events: (1) final acceptance by each Party of the completed construction project; (2) final payment by each Party of all costs of the Project; and (3) release of all bonds submitted for the Project. 10.3 Administration. The responsibility for overseeing the compliance with the provisions of this Agreement shall be handled jointly between the Parties, and no separate legal or - 8 - oc:t a::J C) ~ gs CV-) (j') administrative entity shall be formed by the Parties for such purpose. The contract representative for the city shall be J. Brent McFall, 33530 1st Way South, Federal Way, WaBhington 98003. The contract administrator on behalf of the District shall be Dr. Richard Harris, Federal Way Public Schools, Administrative Office, 31405 18th South, Federal Way, Washington 98003. 10.4 Indemnification. The District agrees to indemnify and hold the city, its elected officials, officers, employees, agents, and volunteers harmless from any and all claims, demands, losses, actions and liabilities (including costs and all attorney fees) to or by any and all persons or entities, including, without limitation, their respective agents, licenBees, or representatives, arising from, resulting from, or connected with this Agreement to the extent caused by the negligent acts, errors or omissions of the District, its partners, shareholders, agents, employees, or by the District's breach of this Agreement. The City agrees to indemnify and hold the District, its elected officials, officers, employees, agents, and volunteers harmless from any and all claims, demands, losses, actions and liabilities (including costs and all attorney fees) to or by any and all persons or entities, including, without limitation, their respective agents, licensees, or representatives, arising from, resulting from, or connected with this Agreement to the extent caused by the negligent acts, errors or omissions of the City, its partners, shareholders, agents, employees, or by the City's breach of this Agreement. The provisions of this paragraph shall survive the expiration or termination of this Agreement with respect to any event occurring prior to such expiration or termination. 10.5 Work Product. All work product, including plans, sketches, layouts, designs, design specifications, records, files, computer disks magnetic media or material which may be produced or modified by any entity, directed, hired or appointed or employed by either Party to perform the services or carry out the intent of this Agreement shall be jointly owned by the City and the District. At the termination or cancellation of this Agreement, copies of any such work product remaining in the possession of any contractor shall be delivered to the Parties. 10.6 Entire Aareement. This Agreement contains all of the agreements of the Parties with respect to any matter covered or mentioned in this Agreement and no prior agreements or understandings pertaining to any such matters shall be effective for any purpose. - 9 - 10.7 Modification. No provision of this Agreement may be amended or added to except by agreement in writing signed by the Parties or their respective successors in interest. 10.8 Full Force and Effect. Any provision of this Agreement which is declared invalid, void or illegal shall in no way affect, impair, or invalidate any other provision hereof and such other provisions shall remain in full force and effect. ooc:t CXJ 0 ~ ~ (Y") en 10.9 Attornev Fees. In the event the City or the District defaults on the performance of any terms in this Agreement, and the District or City places the enforcement of the Agreement or any part thereof, or the collection of any monies due, or to become due hereunder, or recovery of possession of any belongings, in the hands of an attorney, or file suit upon the same, each Party shall pay all its own attorney's fees, costs and expenses. The venue for any dispute related to this Agreement shall be King County, Washington. 10.10 No Waiver. Failure of either Party to declare any breach or default immediately upon occurrence thereof, or delay in taking any action in connection with, shall not waive such breach or default, but either Party shall have the right to declare any such breach or default at any time and take such actions that might be lawful or authorized hereunder either at law or in equity. Failure of the either Party to declare one breach or default does not act as a waiver of either Party's right to declare another breach or default. IN WITNESS whereof the Parties have executed this Agreement the day and year set forth below. CITY OF FEDERAL WAY By: Its Superintendent By: Its 33530 1st Way South Federal Way, WA 98003 31405 18th South Federal Way,WA 98003 Date: 2/23Hs . If,1Î 7/7:< (P~ ro yn A. Lake city Attorney Date: ¥jROVED AS TO FORM: - /~J In ,7i.w;t- ,ames rasher /School District Attorney la\kathleer\interloc\jhschool.6 - 10 - FEDERAL WAY, WASHINGTON 98003 March 15, 1993 Dr. Richard Harris, Superintendent Federal Way Public Schools 31405 - 18th Avenue South Federal Way, Washington 98003 ..:; CO Dear Dick: 0 ~ This letter shall serve to confirm our telephone conversation of March 15, 1993, in which we O'J discussed the sharing of costs for the construction of Southwest 34Oth Street which is being built ~ in conjunction with our joint school/park project. In our conversation, we agreed that the City 0') would pay for 25% of the right-of-way acquisition and construction costs for Southwest 34Oth Street as it is depicted in the approved design of the project. Based upon the figures I have been given, this would mean that the City would pay $37,500 for acquisition costs and $40,000 for construction. I trust that this letter accurately reflects our agreement. If not, or if you have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact me. It has been a pleasure to work with you on this project. I am sure that it will prove to be a point of pride for our community for many years to come. Sincerely, M J. Brent McFall City Manager jbm\LO83.rjs c: E. Joe Stevens, Parks and Recreation Director Philip Keightley, Public Works Director .: , J " ..-- t\i:,,( ¡ 6 1mJ3 RECEIVED - .-. EXHIBIT "A" LEGAL DtSCRIPTION PAACEL "A" THAT PORTION or GOVERNMENT LOT 1( SECTION 19/ TOWNSHIP 21 NORTH, , RANGE 4 EAST, ¥I.M., IN KING COUNTY, tlASHINGTON, SUD PORTION BEING MO~E PARTICULARLY DBSCRIBED AS FOLLOWS: COMMENCING AT THE NORTHWEST CORNER OF SAID SECTION 19: THENCE ALONG THE NORTH LINE THEREOF S89"CO/laPE 335.78 FEET; THENC!!: SOl'35'16"W 42.00 FEItt '1'0 THE SOUTHERLY MARGU¡ OF THE LANDS DESCRIBED IN DEED RECORDED UNDER' RECORD!tlG NUMBER 8501170665, RECORDS OF SAID COUNTY AND THE taut POINT or c:t IBGIJiNI1fG ; co THENCE AlDNG SAID SOUTHERLY MÞ.RGIN S89'OO'1811E lS,07 FEET TO THE ;:; BEGINNING OF A CURVE CONCAVE TO THE SOUTHW!ST R^VING A ~DIUS OF '-' '58,00 FEET: ~ THENCE EASTERLY AND SOUTHEASTE:RLY '100"1$4 PEET ALONG SAID CURVE Oì TH£<OUGH A CENTRAL ANGLE OP 60'59'59": c::> 'l'HE:NCE S2gAOO'11l"E 422.43 FEET TO orHE BEGINNING OF A NON-TANGENT ~ CURVE CO);C/'IV¡¡: TO THE SOUTHEASt' HA,VING A RADIUS OF aS7, 03 nET (A RADIAL LINE THROUGH SAID BEGrNNINO ¡¡'EARS N3a'ÓO'19"W)/ TH~;CE SOUTHWESTERLY AND SOUTHERL. 732.77 FEEt' ALONG sAID CURVE THROUGH A CENTRAL ANGLE OF 46"6'15" '1'0 A RADIAL LINE OF SAID CURVE WHICH BEARS N74Y48'34"W AND THE BOUTH LIN~ OF BAlD GOVERNMBNT LOT 1: TH!tJiCE ALONG SAID SOUTH I..INE N88'59'20"W 37e,?, fEET TO A LINE PAAALtJ!:t. WITH ANO DISTANT 33!5. 7e nET EA5T !;~LY ( WHEN MEA.&t1R:ED AT RIGHT ANGLES, FROM THE WEST LINE OF SAID GovERNMENT LOT; THENCE ALONG SAID PARALLEL LINE ND1":)5'lQ"E 1273.00 fEET TO THE TRUI POINT OF BEGIXNING. CONTAINS 702/969 SQUARE FEtT (16.14), MORE OR LESS. sITUATE IN KING COUNT~, WASHINGTON. , ( EXHIBlT'A; PART{AL LEGAL DESCRIPTION (. - I j THE WEST 331.83 FEET OF THE NORTHWEST QUARTER OF THE NORTHWEST QUARTER OF SECTION 19, TOWNSHIP 21 NORTH, RANGE 4 EAST OF THE WILLAMETTE MERIDIAN AND THE EAST HALF OF THE NORTHEAST QUARTER OF THE NORTHEAST QURTER OF SECTION 24, TOWNSHIP 21 NORTH. RANGE 3 EAST OF THE WILLAMETTE MERIDIAN. LEGAL DESCRIPTION FURNISHED BY CLIENT. ~ CXJ c:> "- C'-I 0') c:> ('0) 0') , , f. ~' co c:> r-- N OJ c:> (Y-¡ OJ EXHIBIT "A" SCOPE OF WORK In g<:ncral. the scope of work will <:ntail design development. construction documents and technical sp<:cifications, and an estimate of construction COSt for Junior High School #6 a.'1d Campus Drive Park. The following is a breakdown of the scope of work: DESIG~ Step 1. DESIGN DEVELOPMENT PHASE A. Design Development Design devdopment will entail detailed refinement and material selections for both Phase One and Phase Two programs to be constructed. Phase Two includes the future softball field. 1.~ Final layout and calculated coordinates to be developed by PAC-TECH Engineering, Inc. This will be the basis for our pJans. Any changes in the layout which wÎ11 eff~t our work shall be considerc:d extra work. 2. Earthwork PAC-TECH to provide final grading plans. 3. FaciJity De<i~ Sitework: We will provide design deveJopment plans for: Phase One baseball field"/fencing & back:stOps softball fidd"/fencing & backstops footbaJllsoccer ficld and rubberized asphalt track" grass soccer field" four tennis courts 1 basketball court I sand volleyball court signage children's play area planting for all other improved areas irrigation for all other improved areas softbal1/baseball alurnmum bleacher seaong complex site furnishings " With irrigation and subdrainage ~ CXJ c:> ~ § m (j) EXHIBIT "A" SCOPE OF ,WORK I I , Construction Cost Estimate and Budget ì An estimate of constnlcrion will be prepared.. The design will be base.d on a construction budget establL~hed at the end of the master plan phase. i I i I Meeting #1 will be to review design devel\'pment drawings and material selection and Meeting #2 will be to review and approve any changes made: during Meeting #1 bdore beginning cons1Iucrion documents. i I ¡ Step 2. CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENT PHASE A. Construction Plans i I Final construction plans will be prepared for desi¡¡n de:velopment items that are agreed upon and which fit the overall construc~on budget. B. C. Client Meeting (Mtgs. #1 and #2) 1. Facilitv Desirn I Sitework: We will provide final des!gn plans, spec.:ificarions and estimate for. i Phase One i baseball field*¡fencing & backstops softball field"/fencing & backstd;ps footbalJ/soccc:r field and rubbc:rh:ed asphalt track" 1 grass soccer field'" ' four tennis COUTtS 1 basketball court 1 sand volleyball court signage children's play area planting for a11 other impToved. areas iIrigadon for all other improvedarea.s softbalJJbaseball aluminum bleacher seating complex site furnishings I i .. With Í1rigation and subdrainage All plans will be provided on Autocadd Release 11. B. Specifications and Project Manual We will provide technical specifications for our design in the CSI fonnat. C. Cost Estimate A final probable cost of construction will be prep:u-cd prior to finalizing a bid proposal f=at This estimate will be the basis for establishing the bid proposal; lump sum base bid and alternates. ~ CXJ c::> t- N en CJ C"'J en 08/07/92 .QIHER 11: 38 '5'2065319197 E-M ARCH I TECTS I ! ¡ EXHIBIT "A" SCOPE OF WORK --- FEDERAL WAY SD :G 003 ! D. Client Meetings (Mtgs. #2, #3, ~nd #4) We will review the construction dra1ngs with the client at 50%*, 90% and 100% complete. I I ! , i I i A. Weekly Subconsultant Meetings i We wìll attend the weekly subconsu¡t~nt meetings throughout the design dcvelopmem and construction documents phases of the work. I .No inigation at SO9ó review. ~ ro 0 r-- ~ (YJ " OJ - .- -I EXHIBIT "B" BRUCE ~"""'" DEES& ~:"~:-':~ ASSOCIATES '_öud'caoo ^'cn""c<....o . C¡'"n co""". 5,:cf"'",~, """""""~"';"""'; r"""g" August 4, 1992 Mr. Rick McGovern Erickson McGovern Architects, Inc. 120 South 131st Street Tacoma W A 98444 Job No. 49-02-01 IŒ: Federal Way Juoior High #6 Construction Documents Dear Mr. McGovern, We arc pleased to submit this proposal for construction plans for ¡he Federal Way Junior High #6 project. . i SCOPE OF WORK-See Exhibit A. SCHEDULE-See Exhibit B. ~-See Exhibit C. EXTRA WORK i It is understood that any extra work over and above that included in the Scop~ of Services shall be authorized by the Owner prior to commencement of said "Extra Work" and ¡he Owner shall reimburse Bruce Dees & Associates for said "Extra Work" services monthiy according to the work actually accomplished in the preceding month. Said'reimbursement to be compUted in accordance with Bruce Dees & Associates' Standard Fee Scheduie attached and dated January I, 1992. TERMINATTON . This agreement between the Owner and Bruce Dees & Associates may be terminated by either party immediately upon written ooúce shouJd the other party fail substantialJy to pcrfOnll in accordance with the tenDS of the agreement through no fault of the other. In the event of termination, Bruce Dees & Associates shaH be paid within thiny (30) days for the total services performed to the temrination date. I If the foregoing meets with you approval, please sign one copy of ¡his letter and return it to us as notice to proceed. SincereJy, B~~ :. ~s B~A APPROVED: Erickson McGovern Architects Date: ABD:nnp Enclosures 222~.y,:.'ß':'~,I""','L c';::, :,:"""""/:,:,," ,",: ",'- 1-',1. ',',e :,'>',::;0'." EXHmIT "B" SCHEDULE Federal Way Junior High #6 August 4, 1992 July August September [1] Design Development Construction Documents [2] [3D [1] 8-26.92 50% Review [2] 9-18-92 90% Review/Agency Review [3] Date 10 100% Review be determined .,;- CO a "- "-! en CJ (Y") cn oc::t' CXJ 0 ~ § Cq (j) '<}O' " 1/ ~"- " ,,~ 'U"-UO"""'~' ~-', ~"','" '~"'-' ,~~~".~~ "". ~~ EXHIBIT "C" FEES i We propose to provide the scope of services descriÞeq in Exhibit "A" for a lump sum of $91,840.00. i The consultant shall be paid by Erickson McGovern Architects for completed work and services rendered as fo!1ows: I I 40% Design Development I 60% Construction Documents ! 100% Total Fee I I The consultant may submit monthly invoices based upon that ponion (percentage) completed in each design phase. : ~ CXJ c:> r- "-I § (Y") C1') 08/07/92 11: 39 '5'2065319197 ~-~ FEDERAL WAY SO 14I(J(J6 E-M ARCH 1 TECTS I BRUCE DEES & ASSOCIATES WIEIE ~C!PJIE]]J)1JJIJ..!E & STANDARD CONTRACT PROVISIONS EFFECTIVE JANUÂRY t. 1992 i I 1. i I I I The compensation of Bruce Dees & Associates for work done on the basis of a charge rate. plus incUITed expenses, will be the sUfI! of all of the items set forth below: i I I Landscape Architect (Principa1).L.............................$ Landscape Architcct................l.............................. CADD .Technician..................;..........,.................. C1erical.................................l............................ B. Travel and Transportation Expenses I 1. Reimbursement for actual travel land subsistence expenses paid to or on behalf of personnel on business connected with the project, plus a service charge of 15%. 2. Thirty cents ($0.30) per mile f~ use of vehicles. C. Outside Services I Standard Fee Schedule A. Personnel Services Hourly Rates 75.00 65.00 65.00 45.00 D. 1. Invoice cost of services a.nd expenses charged to Bruce Dees & Associates by outside consultants, professional. or technical flrD1s engaged in conneCtion with the order. plus 15% overhead c~st. Miscellaneous Expenses 1. The invoice cost of materials. supplies, reproduction work, and other services. including communication expenses, procured by Bruce Dees & Associates from outside sources, plus a service charge of 15%. All out-of-pocket expenses not included in Items A, B. and C will be included in this category. .- g z ~ :c -< t: -. z ] ~ ~ ~ i;~'~! ~ ;, 1"~ ~ ~ I, -:c '. ¡:¡ a ~~ I~ jl¡.l,:~'LJ1UJ ~:;:='~: !œ~~:~:~~~~~~~"'~:~~~~~~1 ~I>ln<:; ..PhJ.n": i ..Hvnc; .h¡nC; , . ,. - ... October 13, 1992 JOINT USE AREA EXHIBIT "D" MAINTENANCE PLAN FOR SCHOOL SITE #6 FEDERAL WAY PARKS TASK DAll.Y WEEKLY MONTHLY # TIMES/YEAR COMMENTS 1. RcstroolDB . -AM Oeaning -PM Inspection -Serviced 104 days 2. GarbagelUtter . -104 days -As needed w/events 3. Puking Lots Weed 2-3 Litter . 4. Mowing . Goal of 2 times per week on ballfielda 5. Edging 8 Goal of 2 times per mcnth 6. Irrigation 2 -Energize -Winterize -Repain 7. Basketball Court 8 8. Tennis Court 8 0 9. Baseball Infields 8 In season )10. Softball Infields 8 In season I 211. PlaystruclWc 8 Inspect in season (' ;? Report monthly è .112. Parle Fixtures 8 InspectlRepair '{¡oals -Drinking fDunlaÍns -Bollarda -Bleachers 13. paths/Walks 8 Inspect/Clean 14. Fence 2 InspectlRepair IS. Signage As needed RepairlInstall 16. Fall Oeanup 2 . 11 IS estimated that mamtenance of the SIte will cost $90,000 m 1994 95 with costs being shared as follows: City's share of maintenance budget School's share of maintenance budget School's credit to City for rental of school facilities for City sponsored programs. $45,000 30,000 t5000 Estimated total $90,000 . . , - .. October 13, 1992 JOINT USE AREA EXHIBIT "D" MAINTENANCE PLAN FOR SCHOOL SITE #6 FEDERAL WAY PARKS TASK DAll.Y WEEKLY MONTHLY # TIMESfYEAR COMMENTS 1. Restrooms 8 -AM Cleaning -PM Inspection -Serviced 104 days 2. Garbage/Utler 8 -104 days -As needed w/eventJ; 3. Pamng Lots Weed 2-3 Liller 8 4. Mowing 8 Goal of 2 times per week on ballfields 5. Edging 8 Goal of 2 times per month 6. Irrigation 2 -Energize -Winterize -Repairs 7. Basketball Court 8 8. Tennis Court 8 0 Þ9. Baseball Infields 8 In season )10. Softball Infielda 8 In season I )11. Plsystructure 8 Inspect in season ? Report monthly )12. Park Fixtures 8 InspectlRepair -Goals -Drinking fountains -Bo11arda -Bleachers 13. psths/WsIks 8 Inspect/Clean 14. Fence 2 InspectIRepair IS. Signage As needed Repair /Install 16. Fall Cleanup 2 . 11 IS estImated that mamtenance of the BIle will cost 90,000 m 1994 95 with costJ; being shared as fouows: City's share of maintenance budiet School's share of maintenance budget School's credit to City for rental of school facilities for City sponsored progrsms. $45,000 30,000 t5000 Esûmated total $90,000 October 13. 199: JOINT üSE AREA. MAINTENANCE PLA.'-' FOR SCHOOL SITE ;6 FEDERAL Wi<. Y SCHOOL D]STRlCT TASK DAILY WEEKLY MO),IHL¥ # TThŒS,ì"EAR COMMENTS !11.R~= . -AM Cleaning -PM Inspection -$ervi=J 260 cia)'s II 2, Ga,rwgoiLjt= I ~! 3. Pa..-b.ng Lots II v=-= . -260 cia)" -As needed w/e"""ts 12 I Both Jots I Weed I I I 2-3 i I Littor I . I I I I 4. Fiojdl$ecurity 1 I-security lights Lo be \ Lights repìacd when burned oo! -Fiold lights Lo be C~ECKED AND I REPLACED ANNIIALL Y, I 5. Tr-""k I I I I I I I ~ ~116. pos:icido Applica.tion en: I 7, F ortilizarion I I 8. Airifica.tion 3-5 ¡-Control of w<Oed.s -ConL-oì major infe;:tarions of lIl.=:S I-Slo~ rel~~ f"'~r- -mlllJspruog, summer, rill I 2.3 2-3 9. Topàressing I I I 1 1/4'TOpåress.<and per "Pplicarion I~ 10. Pr.:nir.g I I I I 1 Proper t.ðchIDques Lo adÙ"o shape & sitelir= t I I I I . JI ¡s osti=¡OO that mai.n=::.e of ihe site will cost S90,COO om 1994/95 v.iih costs being s&.-ed '-' folJows: City's sh.are of mai.n1=an"" bOOEd School'. sh.are of mai.n1=an"" burlEd School'. credj( Lo City for rentJÙ of ",hool f""iJjties for CII)' 5?On.<vred prog=. S45,000 30,000 15000 L,ti=toJ LoW S90,OC() 31405 18th Avenue South .£~ ", fu71 n~ ~ oYio¡--wCI~ Federal Way Public Schools Federal Way, WA 98003 941-0100 or 927-7420 (C: t4l¿~(l%'tt-t SUPERINTENDENT G. Richard Harris I ~ .... BOARD OF EDUCATION Linda Hendrickson Ann Murphy Helen Pepper Gail Pierson Orlando Trier June 15, 1994 RECEIVED ; , 1994 C"'EDE"",,/, "",,'."'1 ¡Ty ...rTO,*,£y Carolyn Lake City Attorney City of Federal Way 33530 - 1 st Way South Federal Way, WA 98003 RE: Joint Agreement - Saghalie Junior High/City Park Dear Carolyn: In accordance with Section IX Insurance of the aboved referenced agreement, attached is a copy of our Certificate of Coverage. Please furnish similar information to the Federal Way School District. Thank you. VréP Donn B. Fountain Assistant Superintendent DBF:re Attachment c: Duane Hammil Rod Leland Krlsti Nelson Federal Way School DIstrict 210 is an equal opportunity and alTirmaUve action employer. The Amrmative Action Office number Is 941.0100 - .. Puget Sound Schools Risk Management Pool C~KTi¥iCAT~ u~ CUV~KAb~ CERTIFICATE NUMBER: B-0442 THIS CERTIACATE DOES AMEND, EXTEND OR ALTER THE COVERAGE AFFORDED BY THE PUGET SOUND SCHOOLS RISK MANAGEMENT POOL (PSSRMP) COVERAGE AGREEMENT, SUBJECT TO ALL TERMS, EXCLUSIONS AND CONDITIONS OF THE SELF-INSURANCE AGREEMENT IN FUll FORCE AND EFFECT DURING THE FOllOWING TERM: Effective 09/01/93 to Expiration 08/31/97 MEMBER DISTRICT: / Federal Way School District 31405 18th Avenue S Federal Way, WA 98003 TYPE OF COVERAGE: CERTIFICATE HOLDER: City of Federal Way 33530 1st Way S. Federal Way, WA 98003 LIMITS: GENERAL AND AUTOMOBILE LIABILITY: Combined Single Limit $2,000,000.00 per Occurrence PROPERTY DEDUCTIBLE: not applicable DESCRIPTION: Federal Way School District's participation in the interlocal agreement with the City of Federal Way for design, development and construction of Joint Site for Junior High School No.6 and City Park. - ADDITIONAL INSURED ENDORSEMENT- The City of Federal Way, its officers, employees, agents and volunteers are named additional insureds but only as respects the district's negligent acts and except for the negligence of The City of Federal Way. THE ADDITION OF MORE THAN ONE INSURED DOES NOT SERVE TO INCREASE THE LIMITS OF LlABIUTY. APPLICABLE DATES: 08/01/94 TO 08/31/97 by: L -Ø:- tor d iJ~ ~ÄÞ~ Authorized Signature Date of Issue SHOULD ANY OF THE ABOVE DESCRIBED COVERAGES BE CANCELLED OR CHANGED AS TO MATERIAllY AFFECT COVERAGE EVIDENCED BY THIS CERTIACATE, BEFORE THE EXPIRATION DATE THEREOF, PSSRMP WILL ENDEAVOR TO PROVIDE THIRTY (30) DAYS WRITTEN NOTICE TO THE CERTIACATE HOLDER, BUT FAILURE TO MAIL SUCH NOTICE SHALl IMPOSE NO OBLIGATION OR LIABILITY OF ANY KIND UPON THE PSSMRP, ITS AGENTS OR REPRESENTATIVES. If you have any questions regarding this certificate, call the Pool office at 206/439-6950. ce5let PO 80x66838' JOOSW '52ndSt -Sw"",. NA96'56-0838 '(2061439-6950' '-800-J88-7569@ ... - I of the District and the city. Each Party shall pay its costs within thirty (30) days of its receipt and approval of the billing statement. '/ 7.4.3 Combination of Payment Methods. The city may elect the payment method described in §7. 4 . 1 and, at such time as appropriate funds are available, the City may elect to adopt the payment method described in §7.4.2 herein. V:I:U. operations and Maintenance. 8.1 Upon final completion and acceptance of the construction of the project's facilities, the operations, use and maintenance of the facilities on the site shall be governed by the :Interlocal Cooperative Agreement between the District and the city, executed concurrently with this Agreement, a copy of which is attached hereto as Exhibit "D". :IX. :Insurance. 9.1 It is hereby understood and agreed that each Party to this Agreement shall obtain and maintain public liability insurance in an amount not less than TWO MILLION AND NO/I00 DOLLARS ($2,000,000) single limit liability. 9.2 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 required insurance coverage. Insurance coverage shall be maintained at all times. x. General Issues 10.1 schedulinq. Time is of the essence of this Agreement in each and all of its provisions in which performance is a factor. The parties commit to exert all reasonable efforts to adhere to completion dates set forth in the attached Exhibit "C". 10.2 Term. This Agreement, for purposes of compliance with RCW 39.34.030(3) and 39.34.030(4) (B) shall terminate upon the occurrence of the three events: (1) final acceptance by each Party of the completed construction project; (2) final payment by each Party of all costs of the Project; and (3) release of all bonds submitted for the Project. 10.3 Administration. The responsibility for overseeing the compliance with the provisions of this Agreement shall be handled jointly between the Parties, and no separate legal or - 8 - . . i FEDERAL WAY, WASHINGTON 98003 (206) 661-4031 RECEIVED APR 1 9 1993 FEDERAL WAY CITY ATTORNEY March 3, 1993 Bear steams Realty Partnership Apartment FUM I 1201 North Clark Street, SUite 300 aú.cago, Illinois 60610 Re : letter of UrK:1erstan::1i: Drainage Easement Granted to City of Federal Way as SUcœssor to Kirg CeJunty; Rec:ordin:J No. 8802030127 Dear Partnership: RECEIVED APR 2 0 1993 CITY CL~ CITY OF FftS OFFICE EFiAL WAY nus letter is sent to advise you of \1Ierk to be perfo:rmed in the area of the drainage easement refereooed above. '!he easement was originally granted to Kirg CeJunty on ~T 15, 1987, fran the ~ CmpJration. Upon the City of Federal Way's incorporaticn, the city su~Frl Kirg CeJunty's interest in the drainage easement . '!he drainage easement abJts 10th Avenue Southwest, ~tely 470 feet east of Southwest CéIIIpJS Drive, am traverses Glen Park Apartment prq¡erty. It constitutes a right-of-way easement for a drainage interceptor over, throogh am across the prq¡erty. '!he easement grants to the city the right at such tbnes as may be necessary to enter upon said prq¡erty for the p.¡rpose of iIIstallation am repair of said drainage interceptor, both swale am pipes. A c:cpy of the easement is incltded for your easy refererx:e. Please be advised that the City of Federal Way, in ccnjunc*"-icn with t..he FedEr"-1 Way School District, is develc:pin;J a joint school/park site mrt:hIvest of the intersection of 10th Avenue Southwest am Southwest CéIIIpJS Drive. As part of this project, the drainage interceptor located alorç your easement will be upgraded. '!he upgrades include aban:ionin;J the existin;J 15-indl water line am shiftin; those water flows to a relocated drainage interceptor =nsistin;J of two 24-inch conveyance pipes. '!he existin;J rock erosion protection will also be :iJ¡proved am upgraded. .,," ,.' I>.Irin;J the constructicn of these upgrades, the construction of these upgrades will require reroval am replacenent of existin;J fence am 1.amscapin;J; repair am replacenent of arrý irrigation lÌ11eS; iIIstallation of an upgraded riprap rock erosion protecticn pad at the ootlet of the drainage system within the easement; am i11stallation of trash racks at the cutlet of the twin 24-inch pipes. A backhoe will be used to construct the ditch, which durin;J construction is expected to be nine feet deep am ~tely ten feet wide. Constructicn time is expected to be of ~tely 0l1e_~.~].~. . .. Bear stearns Realty Partnership March 3, 1993 Page 2. All disruption to lan:isœpirq ani fences will be replaoed in a oc:nlition equal to that existin;J at the tilDe of the iaprovements. 'Ihese system upgrades will greatly inprove the existirq drainage interoept:ar system . It is the city's position that these inprovements are within the SOtp! of the original easement. By the terns of the easement, no notice of these inprovements is required to be provided to you prior to the construction of this ~. Haæver, it is :iDpartant to the City that you are aware of ani ackn:Jwledqe the planned iJIprovements. Upon your review of this plan, please imicate your ackn:JwledgaDent of notice ani aoceptance of these activities within the easement area by signin¡ below. If there are any questions ~ Carolyn A. IaIœ City Attorney with regard to this matter, please cart:act the Enclosure the Bear stearns Realty Partnership, Apartment F'un:l I, hereby acknowledges notice of ani accepts the city of Federal Way's activities, as specifically delineated in this letter of UOOerstan:tin;J, with regard to Draninage Easement, Kin1 CQmty Rec:ordin;J No. 8802030127. CapItal Associates Realty Partners as General Partner of Bear stearns Realty Partnership Apartment F'un:l I c2?- 6. I. ¡? (Title) I~¡; ~/~3 By: Date: 1a \kathleer\ letter\bearstea. eas t ~ . - Federal Way Public Schools 941-0100 or 927-7420 31405 18th Avenue South Federal Way. WA 98003 SUPERINTENDENT G. Richard Harris BOARD OF EDUCATION Mary 1. Wcil. P,...idcnt Orlando E. Trier. Vice P,...'d",' Elf","" Hende...... Di=tor Helen L P"f'P"'. Di=>ur Gail. A Pienon, Director March 23, 1993 RECEIVED MAR 2 4 1993 FEDERAL WAY CITY ATTORNEY Carolyn A. Lake City Attorney City of Federal Way 33530 - 1 st Way South Federal Way, WA 98003 ~~t- , "- ~4Þ '!,,~ .,Oll)- 'r ,< I> Ù . ,",. C J 1 , , r o/}~~ l:9g'J ~:t& ()~Iff;?:i" I ,~t Dear Carolyn: Attached is the signed original of the interlocal agreement between the City of Federal Way and the Federal Way School District. This is for the design, development and construction of the joint site for our junior high #6 and the city park. T"'"k yo" ", ,II YOOI ~""""" on thO ":2e6 Donn B. Fountain Assistant Superintendent DBF:re Attachment Federal Wsy School DIstrict 210 Is an equal opportunity and amrmatlve action employer. The Affirmative Action Omce number Is 941-0100 .. .. Policy number 2325 00 054836 This endorsement is effective 01 01 94 and will tenninate with the policy. It is issued by the company designated in the Declarahons. All other provisions of the policy remain unchanged. THIS ENDORSEMENT CHANGES THE POLICY. PLEASE READ IT CAREFULLY. Additional Insured Endorsement Written Contract This endorsement modifies insurance provided under the following: COMMERCIAL GENERAL UABIUTY COVERAGE PART The following paragraph is added to SECTION n - WHO IS AN INSURED: 5. Any person or organiution other than a joint venture. for which you have agreed by written conlract to procure bodily injury or property damage liability insurance. but only for liability arising out of operations perfonned by you or on your behalf, provided that: a. This paragraph 5. does not apply to any agreement to provide insurance to: (I) An employee, association of employees or labor union, except with respecl to work perfonned by or for you or for such employee, association of employees or labor union under direct contract between you as contractor and such employee, association of employees or labor union as owners; (2) Any railroad company except with respect to work perfonned by or for you for such railroad company under direct contract or agreement between you and such railroad company; (3) Any person or organiution whose profession, business or occupation is that of an arcbitect, surveyor or engineer witb respect to liability arising out of the preparation or approval of maps, drawings, opinions, reports, surveys. cbange orders, designs, specification or tbe performance of any other professional services by sucb person or organiution; or (4) Any of your subcontractors, or any partner, officer, agent or employee of sucb subcontractor. b. The insurance afforded to any person or organiution as an insured under tbis paragrapb 5, sball include only tbe insurance tbat is required to be provided by tbe terms of sucb agreement to procure insurance, and then only to the extent that such insurance is included witbin tbe terms of tbis policy. c. The limits of insurance applicable to sucb insurance sball be tbe lesser of tbe limits required by the agreement between the parties or the limits provided by this policy. d. Additional exclusions. The insurance afforded to any person or organiution as an insured under this paragraph 5, does not apply: (I) To "bodily injury" or "property damage" which occurs prior to the date of your contract with such person or organiution; (2) To "bodily injury" or "property damage" included within tbe "products/completed operations haurd" unless such coverage is required by an "insured contract" between you and the additional insured. Issued: 03 22 94LAK GL2008 06-91 A..iþllit.CERTIFlcA 18 Õ~¡:-INSURANCE ---- .----~-=:~TE::D;;YY) PRODUCER Torrence Insurance, Inc. 921 14th Avenue P. O. Box 9 Longv i ew, WA 98632 206-425-4800 ONLY AND 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 Wausau Underwriters Insur~nçe Company Employers Insurance of Wausau A Mutua 1 Company INSURED Longview Plumbing & Heating Co., Inc. OBA: L P & H Construction P. O. Box 338 Longview, WA 98632 COMPANY B COMPANY C THIS CERTIFICATf_ÇANCR1iAND. REPLAC.ES lOHPlUO5 COMPANY D CERTIFICATE ISSUED 12 3093 COVERAGES 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 REaUIREMENT, TERM OR CONDITiON OF ANY CONTRACT OR OTHER DOCUMENT WITH RESPECT TO WHICH THIS CERTIFICATE MAY BE ISSUED OR MAY PERTAIN, THE INSURANCE AFFORDED BY THE POLICIES DESCRIBED HEREIN is SUBJECT TO ALL THE TERMS, EXCLUSIONS AND CONDITIONS OF SUCH POLICIES, LIMITS SHOWN MAY HAVE BEEN REDUCED BY PAID CLAIMS, , I TYPE OF INSURANCE i POLICY NUMBER I Pg¡~;~~~~;,~~)E 'P~~~:(~:;~~~N - --~--+------,--~---_L-- CO LTR LIMITS GENERAL LIABILITY A Ix COMMERCIAL GENERAL LIABILITY , 2325-00-054836 I ' CLAIMS MADE ix i OCCUR' I OWNER'S & CONT PROT i i 1/1/94 ! 1/1/95 GENERAL AGGREGATE j , 1. ,000,.0,00 PRODUCTS,COMPIOP AGG I' 1 ,0.0.0....000 PERSONAL & ADV INJURY - L '.1 ,000,.00.0, lEACH OCCURRENCE i '1+000.000 - iFiREDAMAGEIA'yo"fi")~' 100,000 ! MED EXP (A'y '" p'=') , B : AUTOMOBILE LIABILITY 'xI ANY AUTO , , ALL OWNED AUTOS 1m_I, SCHEDULED AUTOS x ,HIREDAUTOS ,x I NON,OWNEDAUTOS 12325-02-054836 i , 1/1/94 BODILY INJURY (P"p""'1 , ; 1,00.0...00.0 " I L I BODILY INJURY II' ~- I (P""""",) I 1~- i PROPERTY DAMAGE i ' ~UTOONLY'EAACCIDEN,T ;, laTHER_THAN AUTI>ONL y, J, I EACH ACCIDENT i, ----~ 1-- ,---~-- , I AGGREGATE' , ANY AUTO B i ~ESS LIABILITY IX I UMBRELLA FORM I laTHER THAN UMBRELUI FORM I ]2335-00-054836 EACH OCCURRENCE AGGREGATE 1'5..0.0.0,00.0 , '5.00.!l.,..O.O!l , B EMPLOYERS' LIABILITY 2315-00-054836 INCL Stop Gap c-.A¿::~:~~~; LIMITS , ,50.0...00.0 ¡ DISE^:"..:"OLICY LlMIT- 1'1...000,0.0.0___- DISEASE - EACH EMPLOYEE 1, THE PROPRIETORI PARTNERS/EXECUTIVE OFFICERS ARE M he City of Federal Way is listed as an Additional Insured per endorsement form GL2008 nder policy #2325-00-054836, as respects the contract for the new Junior High School #6 nd the adjoining City Park. E ACATE HOLD CANCELLATION ity of Federal Way 3530 Fi rst Way ederal Way, WA 98063 SHOULD ANY OF THE ABOVE DESCRIBED POLICIES BE CANCELLED BEFORE THE EXPIRATION DATE THEREOF, THE ISSUING COMPANY WILL ENDEAVOR TO MAIL 45 S WRITTEN NOTICE TO THE CERTIFICATE HOLDER NAMED TO THE LEFT, ACORD 25-$ (3/93) ITS AGENTS OR REPRESENTATIVES, ACORD CORPORATION 1993 COVÊRAct..E PART NUMBER:. .;0 23332478 CCF . OMMERCIAL . GENÈRAL LIABILITY THIS ENDORSEMENT CHANGES THE POLICY. PLEAsE READ IT CAREFULLY. ADDITIONAL INSURED-OWNERS, LESSEES (FORM B) OR CONTRACTORS (") 0 « a N "- 0 ~ a This endorsemenl modifies insurance provided under the following: COMMERCIAL GENERAL LIABILITY COVERAGE PART WHO IS AN INSURED (Section II) is amended to include as an insured the person or organization shown in the Schedule, but only with respect 10 liability arising out of "your work" for that insured by or for you, SCHEDULE NAME OF PERSON OR ORGANIZATION: City Of Federal Way 33530 First Way Federal Way, WA 98063 ~ :ii ...!!! a~ ..:: "'Eæ .."'""" ...!! -: .."""" ...~ VI= oæ -!!! 0== ..= ¡¡¡¡;¡¡¡¡ ~ CO2010 (ED. 11.85) PRINTEO IN Ij,S,A, ,.- A«:«..tlÞ. CERTIFICA TAOF INSURANCE . THI ' ERTIFICATE IS ISSUED AS A MATTER OF INFOR ATiON ONLY AND 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 DATE ("MIDDIYY) i PRODUCER Torrence Insurance, Inc. 921 14th Avenue P. O. Box 9 Longview, WA 98632 206-425-4800 INSURED -- I I ~OMPANY I A Longview Plumbing & Heating Co., Inc. DBA: L P & H Construction P. O. Box 338 Longview, WA 98632 I COVERAGES- 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 REQUIREMENT, TERM OR CONDITION OF ANY CONTRACT OR OTHER DOCUMENT WITH RESPECT TO WHICH THIS CERTIFICATE MAY BE ISSUED OR MAY PERTAIN, THE INSURANCE AFFORDED BY THE POLICIES DESCRIBED HEREIN IS SUBJECT TO ALL THE TERMS, EXCLUSIONS AND CONDITIONS OF SUCH POLICIES, LIMITS SHOWN MAY HAVE BEEN REDUCED BY PAID CLAIMS, : 1fi,EI~~~::j ;; ;~::- _~;I~;II ~,:,A~,~{,GA,~',-NJ,~:F':';,-, r.':'::oo,~ n~~= -, OWNER'S & CONT PROT ' I I, EACH OCCU"RE"CE I $-- 500T.QQ1l.. - II I FIRE OAMAGE IAnYone',e)- r$ -1OO.TOOO I I, ' 1 MEDEXPIAnyooepe",,") $ 5 000 ~OMoBllE UABIUTY r ¡ I $ -', ' B , X; ANY AUTO 12325-02-054836 1/1/94 1/1/95 tT.ooo,OOO Ij ALL OWNED AUTOS I' BODILY INJURY r¡"X,',-,1 :~R:~:~~~:UTOS 'I I 11 :::URY x I NON.()WNED AUTOS ~ (Pm a<cideoI) I ' NED 1 I PROPERTY OAMAGE ITr~ I ;;;.:~ ~'i;1:~:~~7oRM I 2335-00-054836 I L ! -- i OTHER THAN UMBRELLA FORM ¡ ~-T~XX 1[2315-00-054836 I THE PROPRIETOR! 1 I'NCL Stop Gap T~=- I =1 DESCRiPTION OF OPERA tIòN!iit.OCAOONSNEHICLESISPECIAL ITEMS COMPANY B ~~usa\J- Un_d~mt[j ters _ln~u ranc.e- Company Employers Insurance of Wausau A Mutu1jl ç.Ql\1Q1!D}' COMPANY C , lONPl~O5 I COMDANY 1/1/94 1/1/95 I $ I AUTOONLY-EAACCIDENT I $ OTHER THAN AUTO ONLY' I --- ,- ,- ,I EACHACCIDENTi $ AGGREGATE; $ , EACH OCCURRENCE i $ 5. ,..000 , 000 ' AGGREGATE i $ 5,000.,000 1$ STA1UTORYU..ITS I EACH ACCIDENT ~ $ 500,00.0- DISEASE ,POLICY U..,T ! $.1TOOO,OOO DlSEASE-EACHEMPLOYEEi $ 500,000 1/1/94 1/1/95 The Certificate Holder is to be named as an Additional Insured as respects the contract for the new Elementary School 822. CËimFicATE HOLDER CANCELLATION ,",------- I SHOULD ANY OF THE ABOVE DESCRIBED POlICIES BE CANCEUED BEFORE THE EXPIRATION DATE THEREOF, THE ISSUIHG COMPANY WlU ENDEAVOR TO MAIL ' BUT FLU::: ::C:::;~::":': == ':R ::B~: I~ ~ ~ -:¿r¡;¡:¡:;:: -- City of Federal Way 33530 Fi rst Way Federa 1 Way, WA 98063 I ACORD 25-S (3193) A.~..III.. CERTIFICA TA OF INSURANCE - DATE IMMlDDIYY) Torrence Insurance, Inc. 921 14th Avenue P. O. Box 9 Longview, WA 98632 206-425-4800 THIS CERTIFICATE IS isSUED AS A MATTER OF INFORMATION ONLY AND 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 PRODUCER COMPANY A - Wau sa!'L LInde rw r ite.rs._~n s ur~ Employers Insurance of Wausau --~MutuiÜCQmpany_- INSURED COMPANY Longview Plumbing & Heating Co., Inc. B DBA: L P & H Construct ion COMPANY P. O. Box 338 C Longview, WA 98632 COMPANY -~ "lONPlUO5- D ,------------------------- 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 REQUIREMENT, TERM OR CONDITION OF ANY CONTRACT OR OTHER DOCUMENT WITH RESPECT TO WHICH THIS CERTIFICATE MAY BE ISSUED OR MAY PERTAIN, THE INSURANCE AFFORDED BY THE POLICIES DESCRIBED HEREIN IS SUBJECT TO ALL THE TERMS, EXCLUSIONS AND CONDITIONS OF SUCH POLICIES, LIMITS SHOWN MAY HAVE BEEN REDUCED BY PAID CLAIMS, CD I POUCY EFFECTIVE 'I POlICY EXPIRATlOfO ¡ L~R -, TVPE OF 'NSURANCE POLICY NUMBER DATE (MMlDDIYY) , DATEI-DDIYV) LIMITS l GENERAlUABIUTV GENERAL AGGREGATE ¡ $ A - xl COMMERCIAL GENERAL LIABILITY 2325-00-054836 1/1/94 1/1/95 PRODUCTS-COMPIOPAGG- Is [I -] CLAIMS MADE I x I PERSONAL& ADV INJURY J_':$$,-..' II ~I OWNER'S & CaNT PROT EACH OCCURRENCE FIRE DAMAGE (Any O", ",) ! I MED EXP (Any 0"".=0) , - B l'AxUTOMO1 ANyBlALEUTOUABlUTV COMBINED SINGLE LIMIT I $ 2325-02-054836 1/1/94 1/1/95 1,000,.000 ! All OWNED AUTOS BODILY INJURY ! - ! SCHEDULED AUTOS (P~ ,"",,01 I x I HIRED AUTOS BODILY INJURY I x I NON.QWNED AUTOS IP~ '-0011 i I I GARAGE UABIUTV I I ANY AUTO ! : I 'II EX~ESS UABIUTV B £ I UMBRELLA FORM I ! OTHER THAN UMBRELLA FORM -lw~XX B I _laYERS' UABIUTV I THE PROPRIETOR! ! 6~~E'i::.";."R"."CUTIVE ! OTHER I 1 , 000..,.000 1,OOO,ooO 500,-000- --500,Ooo 100,.000. 5.,.000., PROPERTV DAMAGE AUTO ONLY - EA ACCIDENT $ OTHER THAN AUTO ONLY, EACH ACCIDENT AGGREGATE $ $ $ 5,000TOOO $5,000,000 $ 2335-00-054836 1/1/94 1/1/95 EACH OCCURRENCE AGGREGATE STATUTORY LIMITS I 2315-00-054836 INCL I Stop Gap ExcLI , , 1/1/94 1/1/95 EACH ACCIDENT $ 500,000 DISEASE, POLICY LIMIT $ 1 , Ooo, ooO DISEASE - EACH EMPLOYEE S 500 T 000 ¡ DEscRlPTlON OF QPBIATlOfOSILOCATIONSIVEHICLESISPECIAL ITEMS The Certificate Holder is to be named as an Additional Insured as respects the contract for the new Junior High School #6 and the adjoining City Park. CERTIFICATE HOLDER CANCELLATION SHOULD ANY OF THE ABOVE DESCRIBED POUCIES BE CANCEllED BEFORE THE EXPIRATION DATE THEREOF, THE 'SSUING COIFANY Will ENDEAYOR TO MAIL I ACORD 25-S (3193) YS WRITTEN NOTICE TO THE CERTIFICATE HOLDER NAMED TO THE lEFT, FAI RE TO MAIL SUCH NOTICE SHAll IMPOSE NO OBLIGATION OR lIABllITV 7~=::r~~ City of Federal Way 33530 Fi rst Way Federal Way, WA 98063 COMPANY B ~, OC'ÌOcer 2g, 199, JB THIS CERTIFICATE IS ISSUED AS A MATTER OF INFORMATION I ONLY AND CONFERS NO RIGHTS UPON THE CERTIFICATE HOLDER. THIS CERTIFICATE DOES NOT AMEND, EXTEND OR ALTER THE COVERAGE AFFORDED BY THE POLICIES BELOW. ... ~ OOMPANIES-AFFoRDU,iGOOVERAGE un~_.¡ I I I I I - DATEIMMlDDIYY) i A.~.tal.. ,CERTIFICA"" OF INSURANCE PRDDUCER Torrence Insurance, Inc. 921 14th Avenue P. O. Box 9 Longview, WA 98632 206-425-4800 I'::E:D L P & H Construction Longview Plumbing & Heating Co., Inc. I P. O. Box 338 I Longview, WA 98632 I \COVERAGES II 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 REOUIREMENT. TERM OR CONDITION OF ANY CONTRACT OR OTHER DOCUMENT WITH RESPECT TO WHICH THIS CERTIFICATE MAY BE ISSUED OR MAY PERTAIN. THE INSURANCE AFFORDED BY THE POLICIES DESCRIBED HEREIN IS SUBJECT TO ALL THE TERMS. EXCLUSIONS AND CONDITIONS OF SUCH POLICIES, LIMITS SHOWN MAY HAVE BEEN REDUCED BY PAID CLAIMS, 1m TYPEOF'NSURANCE' POLICY NUMBER ! "g~Y=g;n~E i~~;:(=t~: UIIITS I GENERAL LIABILITY '! 'GENEAAJ.AGGREGATE $ 1"OOO...0:00-¡ A x COMMERCIAL GENERAL LIABILITY 81 ACM 23332478 1/1/93 I 1/1/94 I PROOUCT":COMP/OPAGG 1+000...000 I CLAIMS MADE I X OCCUR I PERSONAl.ADVINJURY 500+.000 OWNER'S' CaNT PROT EACH OCCURRENCE 500,000 . 100., 000 5.. QO.O. COMPANY A Aetna Casualty & Surety Company COMPANY C ,ONPlUO5 COMPANY D PROPERTY DAMAGE 750..000 MED EXP (Any"". po=.ol r.n ; AU~OMOBILE LIABILITY A 'X! ANY AUTO I ' All OWNED AUTOS SCHEDULED AUTOS I : i=~,"œ GARAGE lIABIUTY ANY AUTO 81 FJ 23332478 1/1/93 1/1/94 COMBINED SINGLE LIMIT BODILY INJURY (P"","""ol BODILY INJURY I (Pe, """deoll OTHER THAN AUTO ONLY EACH ACCIDENT $ I EXCESS LIABILITY IA X UMBRELLA FORM ,OTHER THAN UMBREllA FORM 'I 'I~~~~XX A ! Stop Gap 81 ACM 23332478 '. THE PROPRIETO, FiI I' i INCl, I 'PARTNERs/EXECUTIVE I ---_0..- IOFFICERSARE' : ,EXCl ~lIICU r-'I,~" , M~VO I . '" " "Clrt&.='" I DESCRIPTION OF OPERATlONs/lOCATlONSIVEHIClESISPECIAL ITEMS The Certificate Holder is to be named as an Additional Insured as respects the contract for the new Elementary School #22. I 'CERTIFICATE HOLDER CANCELLATION i SHOULD .... OF TIlE AIIOV£ IJESCAIBEÐ POlICIES BE CANCELLEO BEFORE THE i EXPIRATION DATE THBIEOF. TIlE ISSUING COIFANY WILL ENDEAVOR TO MAIL \iH~~:~i~~r~;r W::063 ' ~l£~""IIAIL====:n:u:~::~~ AOO~~- !~~=.:.~~ 81 XS 23332478 1/1/93 1/1/94 AGGREGATE j$ 'EACHOCCURRENCE" .) $ 7,000,000 AGGREGATE i $ 1,000,000 '$ STATUTORY LIMITS I " ,.. -. u i EACH ACCIDENT , $ 500.. 000. DISEASE. POlICY LIMIT i $ 1 ,00.0,000 DISEASE. EACH EMPLOYEE.i $-,. 5D.0...OiliL I I 1 U'\ ; u,l I I i I I I I I I 1/1/93 ! 1/1/94 r ISSUE DATE IMMIDDIYY) PRODUCER A ril2S 199!JS THIS CERTIFICATE IS ISSUED AS A MATTER OF INFORMATION ONLY AND 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 ~~~~NY A Aetna Casualty & Surety Company INSURED DBA: l P & H Construction longview Plumbing & Heating Co., Inc. P. O. Box 338 longview, WA 98632 ~~~~NY B THIS CERTIFICATE CANCELS AND REPLACES ~~~NY C CERTIFICATE ISSUED 3/23/93. ~~~NY D RECEIVED lONPlU05 =~NY E NI ,,; " ' " ..,' , , . " ' , ..; .,..d,' ,', T~ó~¿fT~~,c~i~~~~~Ú~~~~~~I~~g~I~"e~ER:T~~~~~6E.? c"~~g~I~~\~~/i~~ 6~~~~6~ 6~E~~;~:~~~~~~TA~j__~ ' CERTiFICATE MAY BE ISSUED DR 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 NUIIBER POLICY EFFECTIVE POLICY EXPIRATION LlIIITS LTR DATE IMMIDDIYYj DATE IMMIDDIYY) GENERAL LlABILITV GENERAL AGGREGATE . 1,000,000 A X COMMERC'AL GENERAL LIABILITY 81 ACM 23332478 1/1/93 1/1/94 PRODUCTS-COM PlOP AGG, . 1,000,000 CLAIMS MADE X OCCUR, PERSONAL & ADV, INJURY ' 500,000 OWNER'S & CONTRACTOR'S PROT, EACH OCCURRENCE . 500,000 "RE DAMAGE IA"y o"e n,,) . 100,000 MED, EXPENSE (My one"....,.,) . AUTOIIOBILE LIABILITY COMBINED SINGLE A X ANY AUTO 81 FJ 23332478 1/1/93 1/1/94 LIMIT 750,000 ALL OWNED AUTOS BODILY INJURY SCHEDULED AUTOS IPe, ,e'",") X HIRED AUTOS BODILY INJURY X NON-OWNED AUTOS IPe, mlde"') GARAGE LlAB'LlTY PROPERTY DAMAGE EXCESS LIASILITY EACH OCCURRENCE . 7,000,000 A X UMBRELLA FORM 81 XS 23332478 1/1/93 1/1/94 AGGREGATE . 7,000,000 OTHER THAN UMBRELLA FORM ~iWW(¡ ij(X STATUTORY LIMITS A St. Gap 81 ACM 23332478 1/1/93 1/1/94 EACH ACCIDENT . 500,000 DISEASE-POLICY LIMIT . 1,000,000 EIIPLOYERS' LlABIUTY DISEASE-EACH EMPLOYEE . OTHER DESCRIPTION OF OPERATlONS/LOCATlONSlVEHICLESISPECIAL ITEIIS The Certificate Holder is to be named as an Additional Insured as respects the contract for the new Junior High School 16 and the adjoining City Park. City of Federal Way 33530 First Way Federal Way, WA 98063 SHOULD ANY OF THE ABOVE DESCRIBED POLICIES BE CANCELLED BEFORE THE EXPIRATION DATE THEREOF, THE ISSUING COMPANY WILL ENDEAVOR TO MAIL 45 AYS WRITTEN NOTiCE TO THE CERTIFICATE HOLDER NAMED TO THE AlLURE TO MAIL SUCH NOTICE SHALL IMPOSE NO OBLIGATION OR F ANY KIND UPON E C PANY, ITS AGENTS OR REPRESENTATIVES, \-tì _Of~ ~ EDERRL ~~ RY" Purchasing (206) 661-4077 Payables (206) 661-4064 Fax (206) 661-4075 L":':~-- 33530 First Way South. Federal Way, WA 98003 DATE: ;., /01/96 VENDORilC' 000834 REQUISITION #: DEPARTMENT: 02 D F,O,B. DESTINATION D CONFIRMING: DO NOT DUPLICATE 71 'E l~ 1°1 ~ ?EDERAL WAY SCHOOL DISTRICT 31405 18TH AVENUE S FEDERAL WAY, WA 98003 ; CITY OF FEDERAL WAY 33530 FIRST WAY SOUTH 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 'IMPORTANT: Vendor must show ptr'c:~åse '1ffKlr Nf.\ì,b~rUoIj\ at~~.r..Jj¡ïi¿;s~åíiì~ of Lading, Invoices, and Correspondence. SHIP VIA: ITEM aUANT1TY UNIT DESCRIPTION UNIT PRICE AMOUNT , " GR K/CI?-SAGHALIE PARK PROJECT ITY SHARE OF THIS PROJECT S PER CONTRACT #AG93-76 ;NO EXPIRATION DATE LISTED) PPROVER ON THIS ACCOUNT IS; 'ENNY SCHRODER 149,909.57 149,90S.:)~ ~**~************************* 1995 CONTRACT [,0.#11281] ACCOUNT NUMBER AMOUNT 1 49 , 90<) '. 303-7100-102-594-75- 50 149.'JOC 5" APPROVAL CODE A OTHER APPROVAL AS NEEDED P P REOUISITIONS APPROVED BV: R 0 V A L S