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PW TAM Funding Agreement A-FY19-08; OBAG; Community Transportation PlanTAM AGREEMENT A-FY19-08 FUNDING AGREEMENT BETWEEN TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY OF MARIN AND CITY OF SAN RAFAEL This AGREEMENT is made this day of l% , 2020, by and between the Transportation Authority of Marin, hereinafter referred "TAM", a local public agency, and the City of San Rafael, hereinafter referred to as "RECIPIENT", a local public agency. SECTION 1. RECITALS 1. The One Bay Area Grant (OBAG) Program is the Metropolitan Transportation Commission's (MTC's) funding approach that attempts to integrate the region's federal transportation program with California's climate law (Senate Bill 375, Steinberg, 2008) and the Sustainable Communities Strategy. 2. In November 2015, MTC adopted guidelines for funding distribution from OBAG Cycle 2 that covers a five-year period from FY 17/18 to FY 21/22. 3. TAM's share of OBAG 2 funds amounted to $10,870,000. 4. MTC also set aside a minimum amount for each county for CMA planning and administrative activities. 5. The MTC set aside for CMA planning and administrative activities (referred as "CMA Planning Funds") for the five-year period is $3,822,000, leaving $7,048,000 for projects and programs. 6. On July 1, 2017, TAM and MTC entered into agreement to establish the terms on the CMA Planning Funds and allow projects with CMA Planning Funds to proceed. 7. On July 1, 2018, TAM and MTC entered into a supplement agreement to augment the $3,822,000 in CMA Planning Funds with an additional $75,000 for work associated with the Community Based Transportation Plan in San Rafael. 8. In discussions with the City of San Rafael, TAM is passing the $75,000 in CMA Planning Funds to the City of San Rafael for work on the San Rafael Community Based Transportation Plan. SECTION 2. PURPOSE OF FUNDING AGREEMENT This AGREEMENT is entered into by and between TAM and RECIPIENT to document the funding conditions necessary for the RECIPIENT to comply with applicable law and MTC policies and conditions referenced in the Master Funding Agreement between MTC and TAM (EXHIBIT A). This AGREEMENT consists of additional documents stated in these sections as being attached hereto and incorporated in the AGREEMENT by reference. C WserslLisaGlAppOatalLocaAMicrosofttWmdowsUNetCachelContenl 0ut1ook1N3PVSZAF%TAM Funding Agreement A-FY19-08-1-edits (002) doc Page 1 of 6 SECTION 3. PROJECT DEFINITION AND SCOPE This AGREEMENT in accordance with the requirements of the Master Funding Agreement between MTC and TAM (EXHIBIT A), is made for the following purposes identified in the RECIPIENT's Project Information Sheet (EXHIBIT B): Community Based Transportation Plan Additional information on project scope is included in the Project Information Sheet. SECTION 4. GRANT TAM hereby grants to the RECIPIENT the sum of $75,000.00 in CMA Planning Funds. CMA Planning Funds are derived from Federal Surface Transportation Program (STP) funds that require a local matching find of no less than 11.47%. RECIPIENT shall contribute no less than $8,770 of its own funds to the project costs in satisfying the local matching fund requirement. RECIPIENT shall comply with all federal requirements in using CMA Planning Funds. SECTION 5. COST ELIGIBILITY Cost eligibility shall be determined by the Master Funding Agreement between MTC and TAM (EXHIBIT A). SECTION 6. BUDGET AND SCOPE RECIPIENT shall maintain a project or program budget. RECIPIENT shall carry out the project and shall incur obligations against and make disbursements of the grant in conformity with federal requirements referenced in the Master Funding Agreement between MTC and TAM (EXHIBIT A). SECTION 7. PROJECT MANAGEMENT RECIPIENT shall be responsible for the project and provide management of consultant and contractor activities for which RECIPIENT contracts, including responsibility for schedule, scope, and budget, consistent with federal requirements referenced in the Master Funding Agreement between MTC and TAM (EXHIBIT A). SECTION 8. PROJECT OVERSIGHT RECIPIENT shall cooperate with TAM's project management team and shall provide any requested project information. SECTION 9. ATTRIBUTION AND SIGNAGE If any portion of grant funds is used for production of reports, acknowledgment of the TAM's role shall be included in the documents. C (Users%L saGlAppOatalLocallMicroso111WndowsllNetCache%Content Out coklN3PVS7AFITAM Fund ng Agreement A FY19-00 1 edits (002) doc Page 2 of 6 SECTION 10. PRESS RELEASES RECIPIENT shall notify TAM in advance of any press releases about project activities in connection to grant funds expended from this AGREEMENT. SECTION 11. COMPLIANCE WITH LAW In the performance of its obligations pursuant to this AGREEMENT, RECIPIENT shall keep itself fully informed of the federal, state and local laws, ordinances and regulations in any manner affecting the performance of this Agreement, and must at all times comply with such laws, ordinances, and regulations as they may be amended from time to time. SECTION 12. ENVIRONMENTAL COMPLIANCE RECIPIENT shall undertake all environmental mitigation measures that may be identified as commitments in applicable documents (such as environmental assessments, environmental impact statements and reports, and memoranda of agreement) and comply with any conditions imposed as a part of a finding of no significant impact or a record of decision; all such mitigation measures are incorporated in this AGREEMENT by reference. Recipient shall be responsible for obtaining all necessary environmental permits for performance of work. SECTION 13. FINANCES All costs charged to the project shall be supported by properly prepared and documented time records, invoices, or vouchers evidencing in detail the nature and propriety of the charges and the basis for the percentage charged to TAM. SECTION 14. RECORDS All checks, payrolls, invoices, contracts, vouchers, journal entries, work orders, or other accounting documents pertaining in whole or in part to the project shall be maintained by RECIPIENT for a period referenced in Section 12 of the Master Funding Agreement between MTC and TAM (EXHIBIT A) after project closeout. Such project documents shall be clearly identified, readily accessible, and, to the extent feasible, kept separate and apart from all other similar documents not pertaining to the project. SECTION 15. PAYMENT TAM shall remit payment to RECIPIENT upon written request by the RECIPIENT with proper documentation after the execution of this AGREEMENT. SECTION 16. ELIGIBLE EXPENSES RECIPIENT shall expend funds only on planning and study purposes only. Funds used for capital expenditures will be ineligible for reimbursement. TAM shall provide notice to RECIPIENT of any and all expenditures made by RECIPIENT which are not in compliance with this AGREEMENT promptly after TAM becomes aware of any such expenditures. C lUserslL saGVappOatalLocaWicroso(llWindowsllNetCachelContent Out ook1N3PV5ZAF%TAM Funding Agreement A MMS 1 edits (002) dec Page 3 of 6 SECTION 17. AUDITS TAM and MTC reserves the right at any time to conduct or require a financial or performance audit of the RECIPIENT'S compliance with this AGREEMENT. TAM and MTC will give advance notice of the requirement. RECIPIENT shall permit TAM, MTC, or any of its duly authorized representatives, to inspect all work, materials, payrolls, and other data and records with regard to the project, and to audit the books, records, and accounts of the RECIPIENT and its contractors with regard to the project in accordance to Section 13 of Master Funding Agreement between MTC and TAM (EXHIBIT A). SECTION 18. THIRD PARTY CONTRACT AUDITS TAM and MTC reserves the right to request an audit of other third -party contracts for any reason. If RECIPIENT is subject to third party financial audit requirements imposed by another funding source, copies of audits performed in fulfillment of such requirements shall be provided to the TAM and MTC. SECTION 19. CLOSEOUT PROCEDURES AND PROJECT REPORT RECIPIENT shall provide to TAM a closeout report and a copy of the Community Based Transportation Plan. This report shall include the total expenditures for the approved scope, revenues from all funding sources applied for the approved scope of work. RECIPIENT shall provide supporting documentation for expenditures and revenues from its accounting and financial management system. SECTION 20. RESCISSION OF AUTHORIZATION OF FUNDS TAM reserves the right to rescind its authorization of unneeded grant finds prior to, or at the time of, PROJECT closeout. Funds are determined to be unneeded if they are uncommitted at time of project closeout. SECTION 21. TERMINATION FOR CAUSE Either party may terminate this AGREEMENT, in whole or in part, at any time upon ninety (90) days' written notice as referenced in Section 8 of the Master Funding Agreement between MTC and TAM (EXHIBIT A). SECTION 22. LIABILITY Neither TAM nor any officer or employee thereof, shall be responsible for any damage or liability occurring by reason of anything done or omitted to be done by RECIPIENT under or in connection with any work, authority, or jurisdiction delegated to RECIPIENT under this AGREEMENT. It is also understood and agreed that pursuant to Government Code Section 895.4, RECIPIENT shall fully defend, indemnify and hold TAM harmless from any liability imposed for injury (as defined by Government Code Section 810.8) occurring by reason of anything done or omitted to be done by RECIPIENT under or in connection with any work, or jurisdiction delegated to RECIPIENT under this AGREEMENT. Neither RECIPIENT nor any officer or employee thereof, shall be responsible for any damage or liability occurring by reason of anything done or omitted to be done by TAM under or in connection with any work, authority, or jurisdiction delegated to TAM under this AGREEMENT. It is also understood and agreed that pursuant to Government Code Section 895.4, TAM shall fully defend, indemnify and hold RECIPIENT harmless from any liability imposed for injury (as defined by Government Code Section 810.8) occurring in by reason of anything done or omitted to be done by TAM under or in connection with any work, authority, or jurisdiction delegated to TAM under this AGREEMENT. C 1UsersktisaGlApp0atalLocaMAicrosofllWindowslINetCachelCcntent 0u11oak1N3PVSZAFITAM Fund ng Agreement A FY19-0B 1 ed is (002) doc Page 4 of 6 In the event of concurrent negligence of RECIPIENT and TAM, the liability for any and all claims for injuries or damages to persons and/or property shall be apportioned under the California theory of comparative negligence as presently established or as may hereafter be modified. SECTION 23. OBLIGATIONS In general, termination of financial assistance under this AGREEMENT will not invalidate obligations properly incurred by RECIPIENT before the termination date; to the extent those obligations cannot be canceled. SECTION 24. INTEGRATION This AGREEMENT, including the additional documents attached hereto and incorporated, represents the entire AGREEMENT of the parties with respect to the subject matter thereof. No representations, warranties, inducements or oral agreements have been made by any of the parties except as expressly set forth herein, or in other contemporaneous written agreements. SECTION 25. AMENDMENT Except as otherwise provided herein, this AGREEMENT may not be changed, modified or rescinded except in writing, signed by all parties hereto, and any attempt at oral modification of this AGREEMENT shall be void and of no effect. SECTION 26. INDEPENDENT AGENCY RECIPIENT performs the terms and conditions of this AGREEMENT as an entity independent of TAM. None of RECIPIENT'S agents or employees shall be agents or employees of TAM. SECTION 27. ASSIGNMENT The AGREEMENT may not be assigned, transferred, hypothecated, or pledged by any party without the express written consent of the other party. SECTION 28. BINDING ON SUCCESSORS, ASSIGNEES OR TRANSFEREES This AGREEMENT shall be binding upon the successor(s), assignee(s) or transferee(s) of TAM or RECIPIENT as may be the case. This provision shall not be construed as an authorization to assign, transfer, hypothecate or pledge this AGREEMENT other than as provided above. SECTION 29. EXPENSES Each party shall be solely responsible for and shall bear all of its own respective legal expenses in connection with any dispute arising out of this AGREEMENT and the transactions hereby contemplated. RECIPIENT may not use GRANT funds, or other TAM programmed finds, for the aforementioned purpose. SECTION 30. SEVERABILITY Should any part of this AGREEMENT be declared unconstitutional, invalid, or beyond the authority of either party to enter into or carry out, such decisions shall not affect the validity of the remainder of this C %Users%L saGWppoatalLocaMAicrosoltlVVndowsllNetCache%Content 0ut1ook%N3PV5ZAFITAM Funding Agreement A FY19-08-1-edits (002) doc Page 5 of 6 AGREEMENT, which shall continue in full force and effect; provided that the remainder of this AGREEMENT can, absent the excised portion, be reasonably interpreted to give effect to the intentions of the parties. SECTION 31. EXHIBITS The following Exhibits are hereby made part of this AGREEMENT: EXHIBIT A: Master Funding Agreement between MTC and TAM, effective date July 1, 2017 EXHIBIT B: Project Information Sheet SECTION 32. ACCEPTANCE OF GRANT RECIPIENT does hereby declare that all written statements, representations, covenants, and materials submitted as a condition of this AGREEMENT are true and correct and does hereby accept TAM's grant and agrees to all of the terms and conditions of this AGREEMENT. The parties have executed this AGREEMENT as of the date first written above. City of San Rafael: Transportation Authority of Marin (TAM): By: By: �R./­ Anne Richman, Executive Director tUm Schutz Print Name -City Manager Print Title Approved as to form (optional): By: — Ci hof San Rafael,Attne Lisa A�_Qldfien, Asst. Citv Attorney Print Name C 1Users1LisaGVlpp0a1alLcca1lM crosoftlWndowsUNetCachelContent 0ut1cck1N3PVSZAFSTAN1 Funding Agreement A -FY 19 -09 -1 -edits (002) doc Page 6 of 6 Exhibit B Project Information Sheet Background The goal of MTC's CBTP Program is to: improve access and mobility for low-income communities, for commute as well as non -commute trips; and engage residents and community organization in conducting the analysis and shaping the recommendations. Community-based transportation planning is a first step to address these goals. MTC's initial CBTP program was established in 2002. MTC updated its CBTP Guidelines in 2018 through the adoption of Resolution 4316. The CBTP Program is envisioned as a collaborative process involving residents of low-income and minority communities, community-based organizations that provide services within these areas, transit operators, county congestion management agencies (CMAs), county social services agencies and other key stakeholders. The agencies that actively participate in this process will vary depending upon their level of interest and the individual communities involved. But each planning process shall involve a significant community outreach and engagement component to ensure direct participation of residents. The outcome of each planning process must be a plan that identifies transportation needs and gaps in the community, a list of projects and programs to address the challenges, and an implementation plan that can be tracked and monitored. Solutions may include the expansion of fixed -route transit service or shuttles to improve access to key services and amenities, or bicycle paths and sidewalks that improve safety and walkability in the neighborhood. In addition, communities are encouraged to explore non-traditional solutions to meet the travel needs of low-income communities such as car share, bike share, van- and or car-pooling, and on -demand, flex -route transit, among others. Plans must identify funding sources, lead agencies and timelines for implementation, which would be summarized in an action plan. Once completed, the respective CMAs and communities must track and report progress on implementation of each CBTP to MTC every other year. Each community that receives funding through this program must comply with the guidelines adopted by the MTC Commission in January 2018. In case there are questions, CMAs are highly recommended to contact MTC staff for clarification at the earliest. For example, CBTPs must be developed for MTC - identified Communities of Concern (CoCs) unless CMAs have received written confirmation from MTC on additional eligible areas, as outlined in the CBTP guidelines. Sponsors are also required to set up a steering committee that will advise staff on all aspects of the planning process. Scope of Work Task 1: Project Kick -Off and Coordination Once the grant agreement has been executed, sponsor may initiate the CBTP process. Note that an 11.47 percent local match is required for the grant funds, which may be provided in the form of in-kind staff time. Task 1.1: Establish a PMT and Schedule Regular Check -In Meetings/Calls Sponsor shall form a project management team (PMT) to oversee the CBTP planning process. The PMT shall meet for regular check -ins throughout the process and may include representatives from the local jurisdiction and the consultant team, as well as the transit agency, if needed. Task 1.2: Finalize Scope of Work, Budget, Timeline and List of Deliverables T \35 CMA Funding Program\15 02 Federal Programs\OBAG 2\Funding Agreement San Rafael CBTP\Ezhib t B Project Information Sheet door Page 1 of 4 At the kick-off meeting, the PMT shall finalize and or confirm the detailed project scope of work, budget, timeline, list of deliverables, and roles and responsibilities for each team member. The PMT shall also begin to identify potential members for the Steering Committee and a list key stakeholders. Task 2: Outreach and Engagement Outreach and engagement is a key component of a CBTP. The PMT shall identify key stakeholders (for e.g., partner agencies, service providers, community-based organizations (CBOs), community leaders, and residents in the disadvantaged under -represented neighborhoods); identify specific outreach activities (for e.g., stakeholder interviews, workshops, forums, focus groups, surveys, and polls), and plan for multi- lingual outreach and collateral materials (for e.g., newsletters, flyers, and website). Sponsor is highly encouraged to set aside a minimum of 10 percent of the planning grant toward direct Financial support to local CBOs. This funding may be used by the CBOs to provide services (for e.g., translation, outreach or meeting coordination) and or to participate in the planning process (for e.g., as stipends).The final report should document resident and community feedback. Task 2.1: Develop an Outreach Plan The PMT shall work with the community and a Steering Committee to develop and adopt an outreach plan at the start of the planning process. Recommended strategies for conducting meaningful engagement include, but are not limited to, hosting project -specific meetings and workshops in local communities, attending regularly scheduled neighborhoods events to present project information and solicit feedback, conducting focus groups and interviews, distributing surveys, conducting polls, and establishing a project website. Task 2.2 Convene a Steering Committee The PMT shall convene a Steering Committee composed of representatives from a wide range of interests, including CBOs and community leaders, residents, the county health and human services agencies, and other interested parties that have a stake in the community. The list of representatives must reflect the ethnic and demographic makeup of the neighborhood. The PMT shall regularly convened the Steering Committee, which must oversee and guide the outreach activities, technical analysis, development of recommendations, and creation of an implementation action plan. Task 2.3: Plan for Presentations Updates to Agency Boards and Councils The PMT shall establish a schedule for providing regular updates to their respective boards and councils. The PMT (or the consultant team) shall develop meeting materials, present information at meetings, and document feedback, as needed. Task 3: Community Needs Assessment The PMT shall work with the community and the Steering Committee to conduct an assessment of baseline conditions and overall trends related to demographics, transportation services and amenities, health and safety, destinations such as job centers and grocery stores, and community facilities, among others. As part of this assessment, the project must identify gaps and priority gaps needs in the community, as well as the role of new emerging technology and ridesharing services in meeting these gaps needs. Task 3.1: Define the Project Area As a first step in assessing community needs, the PMT shall define project area boundaries, and map key destinations, facilities, amenities, services, and/or landmarks to show the overall context. While the CBTP Program provides funding for planning within MTC -identified CoCs, each sponsor may include adjacent parcels immediately outside the CoCs, if these parcels help establish a contiguous planning area. T \15 CMA Funding Program\15 02 Federal Programs\OBAG 2\Funding Agreement San Rafael CBTP\Exhibit B Project Information Sheet docz Page 2 of 4 Task 3.2: Summarize Baseline Conditions and Key Trends The PMT shall work with the community and the Steering Committee to assess baseline conditions and trends in the community project area, which would then form the basis for identifying unmet transportation needs, gaps and priorities. The analysis shall, at a minimum assess the following: geographic extents and constraints; socio-economic and demographic characteristics of the population; existing transportation network and travel patterns; pedestrian and bicycle safety; safe routes to schools and other neighborhood destinations; proposed new infrastructure or development in the planning area; and key destinations for residents (including job centers, medical facilities, grocery stores and food outlets, recreation opportunities, etc.). The analysis must also identify external factors such as high cost of housing, lack of economic opportunities, or long commutes, etc., which may affect access and mobility in the community. Lastly, the analysis must consider relevant best practices and models from around the region or the country. Task 3.3: Determine Unmet Needs and Gaps in Service The PMT shall build on the findings from Task 3.2 to identify unmet needs and gaps in service, and work with the community to prioritize them. This information will be the basis for developing recommendations in Task 4. Task 4: Recommendations and Implementation The PMT shall work with the community and the Steering Committee to develop and prioritize recommendations that address gaps needs identified in Task 3. Task 4.1 Projects and Programs The PMT shall work with the community and the Steering Committee to identify a range of projects and programs that could address unmet access and mobility needs in the community neighborhood. These projects programs must address multiple modes of travel; both programmatic and infrastructure deficiencies; and enhance safety. Task 4.2 Criteria for Prioritization The PMT shall work with the community and the Steering Committee to establish objective criteria for prioritizing recommendations identified in Task 4.1. This criteria may include considerations for overall cost effectiveness, feasibility, funding availability, and timeline for implementation. Task 4.3 Implementation (or Action) Plan The PMT shall work with the community and the Steering Committee to develop an implementation action plan that lists the following for each prioritized project program identified in Task 4.2 (preferably in a table format): brief description of project/program; timeline for implementation; lead agency; cost estimate; and potential funding source. The PMT shall review the plan with the Steering Committee and incorporate feedback into the final implementation action plan. Task 5: Community -Based Transportation Plan Sponsor shall prepare draft and final Community -Based Transportation Plan summarizing the following: outreach and engagement activities and findings; a project area map; needs assessment methodology and findings; prioritized list of recommendations; and an implementation (action) plan. The draft report shall be distributed for review by key stakeholders and the Steering Committee. Comments and suggestions received from the Steering Committee and the public shall be incorporated into the final Community -Based Transportation Plan. Sponsor shall formally adopt the final CBTP report and commit to including the recommendations and action plans in their respective planning and funding plans. Sponsor shall also provide MTC and CMA an T'\15 CMA Funding Program\SS 02 Federal Programs\OBAG 2\Funding Agreement San Rafael CBTP\Exhibit 8 Project Informal on Sheet dock Page 3 of 4 electronic copy of the final CBTP document within a month of its adoption by the Sponsor board and/or local jurisdiction council. While each CBTP may vary based on local context and priorities, it shall include the following elements: • Description of the project area, including geography, demographics, and maps; • Community outreach process, including outreach activities and feedback; ■ Community -prioritized gaps and needs; • Clearly defined near-, mid-, and long-term recommendations (projects and programs); and • Action plan that lays out cost estimates, timeframe, funding source, and lead entity for each proposed recommendation (action plan). Task 6: Monitoring and Evaluation Sponsor shall develop a process and institute a mechanism to track progress towards implementation for each initiative, project and or program, and establish monitoring protocols. Sponsor shall report to MTC once every two years using a template developed in partnership with MTC. T \15 CMA Funding Program\35 02 Federal Programs\OBAG 2\Funding Agreement San Rafael CSTP\Exhibit 8 Project Information Sheet docx Page 4 of 4 TAM CBTP Final Audit Report Created: 2020-08-19 By: Derek McGill (dmcgill@tam.ca.gov) Status: Signed Transaction ID: CBJCHBCAABAAfRKS1930jQNmzFSgVKhgXlCy_ViVEcXe "TAM CBTP" History Document created by Derek McGill (dmcgill@tam.ca.gov) 2020-08-19 - 4:38:29 PM GMT- IP address: 108.220.51.70 Document emailed to Anne Richman (arichman@tam.ca.gov) for signature 2020-08-19 - 4:39:24 PM GMT Email viewed by Anne Richman (arichman@tam.ca.gov) 2020-08-19 - 5:51:54 PM GMT- IP address: 73.231.58.150 2020-08-24 &0 Document e -signed by Anne Richman (arichman@tam.ca.gov) Signature Date: 2020-08-24 - 4:49:10 PM GMT -Time Source: server- IP address: 73.231.58.150 Signed document emailed to Anne Richman (arichman@tam.ca.gov), Derek McGill (dmcgill@tam.ca.gov) and Denise Merleno (dmerleno@tam.ca.gov) 2020-08-24 - 4:49:10 PM GMT Adobe Sign RAF` A, i 2 yo ,Tr►tiirH P�� CONTRACT ROUTING FORM INSTRUCTIONS: Use this cover sheet to circulate all contracts for review and approval in the order shown below. TO BE COMPLETED BY INITIATING DEPARTMENT PROJECT MANAGER: Contracting Department: Community Development Project Manager: Ethan Guy Extension: x2392 Contractor Name: Transportation Authority of Marin Contractor's Contact: Derek McGill Contact's Email: dmcgill@tam.ca.gov ❑ FPPC: Check if Contractor/Consultant must file Form 700 Step RESPONSIBLE DESCRIPTION COMPLETED REVIEWER DEPARTMENT DATE Check/Initial 1 Project Manager a. Email PINS Introductory Notice to Contractor N/A 8/6/2020 EBG b. Email contract (in Word) & attachments to City Atty c/o Laraine.Gittens@cityofsanrafael.org EBG 2 City Attorney a. Review, revise, and comment on draft agreement ❑ and return to Project Manager ❑ N/A b. Confirm insurance requirements, create Job on N/A PINS, send PINS insurance notice to contractor 3 Project Manager Forward three (3) originals of final agreement to ❑ contractor for their signature 4 Project Manager When necessary, * contractor -signed agreement D N/A agendized for Council approval *PSA > $75,000; or Purchase > $75,000; or Or ©EBG Public Works Contract > $175,000 Date of Council approval Click here to enter a date. PRINT CONTINUE ROUTING PROCESS WITH HARD COPY 5 Project Manager Forward signed original agreements to City Attorney with printed copy of this routing form lIl �I �7J� 6 City Attorney Review and approve hard copy of signed I,, agreement 7 City Attorney Review and approve insurance in PINS , and bonds )bbzi)(for Public Works Contracts) (lJ7 j C 8 City Manager/ Mayor Agreement executed by Council authorized official 9 City Clerk Attest signatures, retains original agreement and A� I forwards copies to Project Manager