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PW Third Street Sidewalk GrindingCITY OF SAN RAFAEL Department of Public Works 111 Morphew Avenue San Rafael, CA 94901 Public Works Contract for Projects up to $175,000 This public works , ontract ("Contract") is entered into by and between the City of San Rafael ("City") and Precision Emprise LLC. (`'Contractor''), a corporation authorized to do business in Calif9inlia, for work on the City's Sidewalk Grinding on Third Street protect ("Project'), and is effective on 20_al-0 ("Effective Date") The parties agree as follows 1. Scope of Work. Contractor will perform and provide all labor, materials, equipment, supplies transportation, and any and all other items or services necessary to perform and complete the work required for the Project ("Work'), as specified in Exhibit A, Scope of Work. and according to the terns and conditions of this Contract, including all attachments to the Contract and any other documents and statutes incorporated by reference To the extent that any attachment contains provisions that conflict or are inconsistent with the terms set forth in the body of this Contract the Contract terms will control This Project requires a valid California contractor's license for the following classification(s) A 2. Contract Documents. The Contract Documents incorporated into this Contract include and are comprised of all of the documents listed below: 2.1 Notice Inviting Bids - 2.2 Contract; 2.3 Addenda, if any, 2.4 Exhibit A — Scope of Work, 2.5 Exhibit B — Payment, Performance, and Bid Bonds 2.6 Exhibit C — Noncollusion Declaration. 2.7 Exhibit D — Bid Schedule, 2.8 Exhibit E — Subcontractor List 3. Contract Price. As full and complete compensation for Contractor's timely performance and completion of the Work in strict accordance with the terms and conditions of the Contract. City will pay Contractor 515,000 (the "Contract Price") for all of Contractor s direct and indirect costs to perform the Work, including all labor, materials, supplies. equipment. taxes. insurance, bunds and all overhead costs. in accordance with the payment provisions contained herein 3.1 Payment. Contractor must submit an invoice on the first day of each month during the Contract Time. defined in Section 3 below, and/or upon completion for the Work performed during the preceding month itemizing labor, materials, equipment and any incidental costs incurred Contractor warrants that title to all work materials and equipment incorporated into the Work will pass to City free of any claims, liens, or encumbrances upon payment to Contractor 3.2 Payment and Performance Bonds. If the Contract Price is over S25,000. then Contractor must provide City with a payment bond and a performance bond using the bond forms included in this Contract as Exhibit B, Bond Forms, and submit the bonds with the executed Contract. Each bond must be issued by a surety admitted in California If an issuing surety cancels a bond or becomes insolvent. Contractor must provide a substitute bond from a surety acceptable to City within seven days after written notice from City If Contractor fails to substitute an acceptable surety within the specified time, City may. Up to 5175,000 Contract Page 1 Aoproved by City Attorney dated 02/27/2020 in its sole discretion and without prior notice to Contractor. purchase such bonds) at Contractor's expense and deduct the cost from payments otherwise due to Contractor, or terminate the Contract. 4. Time for Completion. Contractor will fully complete the Work within 60 days from the date the City authorizes Contractor to proceed with the Work (Contract Time"). 5. Liquidated Damages. If Contractor fails to complete the Work within the Contract Time, Contractor must pay liquidated damages in the amount of $500 per day for each day of unexcused delay in completion 6. Standard of Care. All Work must be provided in a manner that meets or exceeds the standard of care applicable to the same type of work in the City of San Rafael. Contractor must promptly correct, at Contractor's sole expense, any Work that the City determines is deficient or defective. 7. Permits and Licenses. Contractor. at its sole expense, must obtain and maintain during the term of this Contract, all appropriate permits, certificates and licenses including, but not limited to, the required California contractor's license and a City business license 8. Indemnification. Contractor will indemnify, defend with counsel acceptable to City, and hold harmless to the full extent permitted by law. City, its governing body, officers, agents, employees, and volunteers from and against any and all liability, demands, loss, damage. claims, settlements, expenses. and costs (including, without limitation, attorney fees, expert witness fees, and costs and fees of litigation) (collectively. 'Liability") of every nature arising out of or in connection with Contractors acts of omissions with respect to this Contract, except such Liability caused by the active negligence. sole negligence, or willful misconduct of the City. This indemnification obligation is not limited by any limitation on the amount or type of damages or compensation payable under Workers- Compensation or other employee benefit acts, or by insurance coverage limits. and will survive the expiration or early termination of this Contract City will notify Contractor of any third -party claire pursuant to Public Contract Code section 9201 9. Insurance. Contractor will. at all times under this Contract, maintain the insurance coverage required in this section to cover the activities of Contractor and any subcontractors relating to or arising from performance of the Work. Each policy must be issued by a company licensed to do business in California, and with a strength and size rating from A M. Best Company of A -VIII or better. Contractor must provide City with certificates of insurance and required endorsements as evidence of coverage with the executed Contract. or through the PINSAdvantage website https://,Aviw.pinsadvantage.com/ upon request by the City, and before the City authorizes Contractor to proceed with the Work 9.1 Workers' Compensation. Statutory coverage is required by the California Workers' Compensation Insurance and Safety Act If Contractor is self-insured, it must provide its duly authorized Certificate of Permission to Self -Insure. In addition. Contractor must provide employers liability insurance with limits of no less than one million dollars ($1.000.000) per accident for bodily injury or disease 9.2 Liability. Commercial General Liability ( CGL ) insurance issued on an Occurrence basis including coverage for liability arising from Contractor's or its subcontractors acts Or omissions in performing the Work. including Contractor's protected coverage blanket contractual. products and completed operations, broad form property damage. vehicular coverage and employer's non -ownership liability coverage with limits of at least $1,000,000 per occurrence and 52.000.000 general aggregate 9.3 Automotive. Commercial automotive liability coverage for owned. non -owned and hired vehicles must provide coverage of at least $1.000.000 combined single limit per accident for bodily injury. death, or property damage 9.4 Subrogation Waiver. Each required policy must include an endorsement that the insurer waives any right of subrogation it may have against the City or the City's insurers Up to $175,000 Contract Page 2 Approved by City Attorney dated 02/27/2020 9.5 Required Endorsements. The CGL policy and the automotive liability policy must include the following specific endorsements: (1) The City, including its Council, officials. officers, employees. agents. volunteers and consultants (collectively, "Additional Insured") must be named as an additional insured for all liability arising out of the operations by or on behalf of the named insured, and the policy roost protect the Additional Insured against any and all liability for personal injury. death or property damage or destruction arising directly or indirectly in the performance of the Contract (2) the inclusion of more than one insured will not operate to impair the rights of one insured against another, and the coverages afforded will apply as though separate policies have been issued to each insured (3) The insurance provided is primary and no insurance held or owned by City may be called upon to contribute to a loss ("primary and non-contributory") (4) Any umbrella or excess insurance must contain or be endorsed to contain a provision that such coverage will also apply on a primary or non-contributory basis for the benefit of City before the City's own insurance or self-insurance will be called upon to protect it as a named insured. (5) This policy does not exclude explosion, collapse, underground excavation hazard, or removal of lateral support. 10. Labor Code Compliance. Unless the Contract Price is $1,000 or less, the Contract is subject to all applicable requirements of Chapter 1 of Pail 7 of Division 2 of the Labor Code beginning at section 1720, and the related regulations, including but riot limited to requirements pertaining to wages, working hours and workers compensation insurance. Contractor must also post all job site notices required by laws or regulations pursuant to Labor Code section 1771 4 10.1 Prevailing Wages. Each worker performing Work tinder this Contract that is covered under Labor Code section 1720 or 1720 9 must be paid at a rate not less than the prevailing wage as defined in sections 1771 and 1774 of the Labor Code The prevailing wage rates are on file with the City Engineer s office and are avaitable online at http.//www dir ca gov/ULSR Pursuant to Labor Code section 1775 Contractor and any subcontractor will forfeit to City as a penalty up to $200 for each calendar day, or portion of a day. for each worker paid less than the applicable prevailing wage rate, in addition to paying each worker the difference between the applicable wage rate and the amount actually pard 10.2 Working Day. Pursuant to Labor Code section 1810, eight hours of labor consists of a legal days work. Pursuant to Labor Code section 1813, Contractor will forfeit to City as a penalty the sum of S25 for each day during which a worker employed by Contractor or any subcontractor is required or permitted to work more than eight hours during any one calendar day, or more than 40 hours per calendar week unless such workers are paid overtime wages tinder Labor Code section 1815 All Work must be carried out during regular City working days and hours unless otherwise specified in Exhibit A or authorized in writing by City. 10.3 Payroll Records. Contractor and its subcontractors must maintain certified payroll records in compliance with Labor Code sections 1776 and 1812, and all implementing regulations promulgated by the Department of Industrial Relations ("DIR'). For each payroll record. Contractor and its subcontractors must certify under penalty of perjury that the information in the record is true and correct, and that it has complied with the requirements of Labor Code sections 1771, 1811. and 1815. Unless the Contract Price Up to S175.000 Contract Page 3 Approved by City Attorney dated 02i27/2020 is under $25,000. Contractor must electronically submit certified payroll records to the Labor Commissioner as required under California law and regulations. 10.4 Apprentices. If the Contract Price is 530.000 or more, Contractor must comply with the apprenticeship requirements in Labor Code section 1777 5 10.5 DIR Monitoring, Enforcement, and Registration. This Protect is subject to compliance monitoring and enforcement by the DIR pursuant to Labor Code section 1725.5, and. subject to the exception set forth below. Contractor and any subcontractors must be registered with the DIR to perform public works projects. The registration requirements of Labor Code section 1725.5 do not apply if the Contract Price is for under 525,000 11. Workers' Compensation Certification. Under Labor Code section 1861, by signing this Contract. Contractor certifies as follows I am aware of the provisions of Labor Code section 3700 which require every employer to be insured against liability for workers' compensation or to undertake self- insurance in accordance with the provisions of that code, and I will comply with such provisions before commencing the performance of the Work on this Contract ' 12. Termination. 12.1 Termination for Convenience. City reserves the right to terminate all or part of the Contract for convenience upon written notice to Contractor Upon receipt of such notice, Contractor must immediately stop the Work, including under any terms or conditions that may be specified in the notice, comply with City's instructions to protect the completed Work and materials, and use its best efforts to minimize further costs. In the event of City's termination for convenience, Contractor waives any claim for damages, including for loss of anticipated profits from the Project If City terminates the Contract for convenience, City will only owe Contractor payment for the Work satisfactorily performed before Contract termination, as well as five percent of the total value of the Work performed as of the date of notice of termination or five percent of the value of the Work yet to be completed, whichever is less, which is deemed to cover all overhead and profit to date. 12.2 Termination for Default. The City may terminate this Contract for cause for any material default. Contractor may be deerned in default for a material breach of or inability to perform the Contract including Contractor's refusal or failure to supply sufficient skilled workers proper materials, or equipment to perform the Work within the Contract Time; refusal or failure to make prompt payment to its employees, subcontractors, or suppliers or to correct rejected work, disregard of laws regulations. ordinances, rules, or orders of any public agency with jurisdiction over the Project lank of financial capacity to complete the Work within the Contract Time; or responsibility for any other material breach of the Contract requirements. If City terminates the Contract for cause. City will only owe Contractor payment for the Work satisfactorily performed before Contract termination 13. Dispute Resolution. Any dispute arising under or related to this Contract is subject to the dispute resolution procedures of Public Contract Code sections 9401 and 20104 et seq.. which are incorporated by reference 14. Waiver. A waiver by City of any breach of any term, covenant, or condition in this Contract will not be deemed a waiver of any subsequent breach of the same or any other term, covenant. or condition contained herein, regardless of the character of any such breach 15. Warranty. Contractor guarantees and warrants the Work and the materials used or provided for the Project for a period of one year beginning upon City's acceptance of the Work for the Project as complete ("Warranty Period"). During the Warranty Period, upon notice from the City of any defect in the Work or the materials, Contractor must at its sole expense, promptly repair or replace the defective Wark Up to $175 000 Contract Page 4 Approved by City Attorney dated 02/27/2020 or materials, including repair or replacement of any other Work or materials that is or are displaced or damaged during the warranty work. excepting any damage resulting from ordinary wear and tear. 16. Worksite Conditions. 16.1 Clean and Safe Contractor must maintain the Work site and staging and storage areas in a clean and neat condition and must ensure it is safe and secure On a dally basis the Contractor must remove and properly dispose of debris and waste materials from the Work site 16.2 Inspection Contractor will make the Work accessible at all times for inspection by the City 16 3 Hazardous Materials. Unless otherwise specified in the Contract documents, this Contract does not include the removal, handling, or disturbance of any asbestos or other hazardous materials, as identified by any federal, state. or local law or regulation. If Contractor encounters materials on the Project site that Contractor reasonably believes to be asbestos or other hazardous materials, and the asbestos or other hazardous materials have not been rendered harmless, Contractor may continue Work in unaffected areas reasonably believed to be safe, but must immediately cease Work on the area affected and report the condition to City. No asbestos, asbestos -containing products or other hazardous materials may be used in performance of the Work. 16.4 Utilities, Trenching and Excavation. As required by Government Code section 4215 if during the performance of the Work, Contractor discovers utility facilities not identified by City in the Contract documents, Contractor must immediately provide written notice to City and the utility In performing any excavations or trenching work, Contractor must comply with all applicable operator requirements in Government Code sections 4216 through 4216.5. If the trenching or excavation extends deeper than four feet below the surface, then it must also comply with Public Contract Code section 7104 17. Records. Unless otherwise specified in Exhibit A, Contractor must maintain and update a separate set of as -built drawings while the Work is being performed. showing changes from the Work as planned in Exhibit A. of any drawings incorporated into this Contract. The as -built drawings must be updated as changes occur on a daily basis if necessary 18. Conflicts of Interest. Contractor. its employees, subcontractors and agents, may not have, maintain or acquire a conflict of interest in relation to this Contract in violation of any City ordinance or policy or in violation of any California law, including under Government Code section 1090 et seq. and under the Political Reform Act as set forth in Government Code section 81000 et seq and its accompanying regulations Any violation of this Section constitutes a material breach of the Contract 19. Non -Discrimination. No discrimination will be made in the employment of persons under this Contract because of the race, color, national origin, ancestry, religion, gender or sexual orientation of such person. 20. Independent Contractor. City and Contractor intend that Contractor will perform the Work under this Contract as an independent contractor Contractor is solely responsible for its means and methods in performing the Work Contractor is not an employee of City and is not entitled to participate in health, retirement or any other employee benefits from City 21. Assignment of Unfair Business Practice Claims. Under Public Contract Code section 7103.5, Contractor and its subcontractors agree to assign to City all rights, title, and interest in and to all causes of action it may have under section 4 of the Clayton Act (15 U.S C. section 15) of under the Cartwright Act (Chapter 2 (commencing with section 16700) of Part 2 of Division 7 of the Business and Professions Code), arising from purchases of goods. services, or materials pursuant to the Contract or any subcontract This assignment will be effective at the time City tenders finai payment to Contractor, without further acknowledgement by the parties. Up to 5175.000 Contract Page 5 Approved by City Attorney, dated 02/27/2020 22. Notice. Any notice, billing, or payment required by or pursuant to the Contract documents must be made in writing signed. dated and sent to the other party by personal delivery, U S. Mail, a reliable overnight delivery service, or by ernail as a PDF for comparable) file Notice is deemed effective upon delivery unless otherwise specified. Notice for each party must be given as follows: City: Address 111 Morphew Street City/State/Zip San Rafael CA 94901 Phone 415-485-3355 Attn April Miller Email April Miller;wcityofsanrafael ora Contractor: Name Precision Emprise, LLC Address 417 Harrison St City/State/Zip Oakland. CA 94607 Phone. 650-867-8657 Attn Joseph Ortega Email: loitegaCpccnorcai com 23. General Provisions. 23.1 Compliance with All Laws. Contractor will comply with all applicable federal, state. and local laws and regulations including, but not limited to, unemployment insurance benefits. FICA laws, conflict of interest laws, and local ordinances. Work may only be performed by qualified and experienced workers who are not employed by the City and who do not have any contractual relationship with City. with the exception of this Contract 23.2 Provisions Deemed Inserted. Every provision of law required to be inserted in the Contract is deemed to be inserted, and the Contract will be construed and enforced as though such provision has been included. If it Is discovered that through mistake or otherwise that any required provision was not inserted, or not correctly inserted, the Contract will be deemed amended accordingly 23.3 Assignment and Successors. Contractor may not assign its rights or obligations under this Contract, in part or in whole. without City's written consent. This Contract Is binding on Contractors and City's lawful heirs, successors and permitted assigns. 23.4 Third Party Beneficiaries. There are no Intended third -party beneficiaries to this Contract 23.5 Governing Law and Venue. This Contract will be governed by California law and venue will be in the Superior Court of Marin County, and no other place 23.6 Amendment. No amendment or modification of this Contract will be binding unless it Is In a writing duly authorized and signed by the parties to this Contract 23.7 Integration; Severability. This Contract and the Contract documents incorporated herein, including authorized amendments or change orders thereto, constitute the final. complete, and exclusive terms of the agreement between City and Contractor If any provision of the Contract documents, or portion of a provision, is determined to be illegal, invalid, or unenforceable, the remaining provisions of the Contract documents will remain In full force and effect. 23.8 Authorization. Each individual signing below warrants that he or she is authorized to do so by the party that he or she represents, and that this Contract Is legally binding on that party If Contractor Up to $175,000 Contract Page 6 Approved by City Attorney diled 02/27/2020 is a corporation, signatures from two officers of the corporation are required pursuant to California Corporation Code section 313. (Signatures are on the following page ] Up to 5175,000 Contract Paye 7 Approved by City Attorney, dated 02/27/2020 The parties agree to this Contract as witnessed by the signatures below CITY: _ Appro ed as to form s/ s/_ _ -• — Jim Sch tz, ity Manager �obert F Epstein. ity Attorn Date Date < < ILD ZZ Attest SI r Lindsay Lara. ,ity Clerk Date: CONTRACTOR: / j` , -C (:r tiV��}/; Business Name r - 5 r Seal: cls I')' -r Name/Titl , Date sl Name/Title Date Contractor's California License Number(s) and Expiration Date(s) Exhibit A: Scope of Work Exhibit B: Bond Forms Exhibit C: Noncollusion Declaration Exhibit D: Bid Schedule Exhibit E: Subcontractor List END OF CONTRACT Up to $175 000 Contract Page 8 Approved by City Attorney dated 02/2 /2020 Exhibit A SCOPE OF WORK <enter project nar Q> Up to S 175.000 Contract City Project #: <enter prof no> Scope of Work Approved by City Attorney, dated 02`27/202{] Exhibit A Page 1 of 2 p Hazard Removal Specialists Date: 9/3/2020 PROPOSAL FOR "NOT TO EXCEED" AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE CITY OF SAN RAFAEL AND PRECISION CONCRETE CUTTING (PCC) OVERVIEW Uneven sidewalks caused by ground settling and tree roots cause a potential hazard to pedestrians. Displaced sidewalks cause problems for both public and private entities in the form of trip and fall liability exposure. It is proposed that the City of San Rafael and PCC enter into an agreement whereby PCC will assess, and repair sidewalks as identified and requested by City staff. The price for these services shall not exceed the dollar amount and quantity defined in the "Proposal Detail' section below. BACKGROUND INFORMATION ON PRECISION CONCRETE CUTTING PCC has been assessing and repairing sidewalks since 1990. The company performs work throughout the United States and with dozens of cities in California. PCC is the leader in sidewalk asset management. We specialize in assessing sidewalk infrastructure and repairing uneven sidewalks. Our unique saw -cutting method for correcting off -set sidewalk panels leaves behind ADA compliant results for a fraction of the cost of new concrete. Our clients benefit from detailed GIS maps that allow them to create a GIS database to cost effectively manage their sidewalk infrastructure. ASSESSMENT SERVICES PCC technicians will walk every panel in the project area and visually assess potential tripping hazards and damage. PCC will provide a GIS compatible report that list each location identified including a photo, exact location, off -set height and square foot amount for replacement locations. PROPRIETARY MOBILE PHONE SOFTWARE PCC has developed proprietary mobile software useable across multiple platforms (Android, iPhone, iPad, Smart Phone, etc.) • Provides GPS Coordinates — Integrates with GIS systems • Mapping — Provides detailed location data plotted with Google Maps • Detailed Reporting — Provides specific and detailed data on measurements for every trip hazard • Addresses — The software gives the address and longitude / latitude of each trip hazard location • Additional Data - Records other data, e.g. spalling, cracks, replacements or other data you need • Sidewalk Asset Management — PCC offers complete sidewalk asset management PROPRIETARY AND PATENTED REPAIR METHOD To Date, PCC has been awarded 6 patents by the US Patent and Trademark Office on our trip hazard removal equipment and process. The following is each patent description and number where they can be reviewed on the US Patent office web site—www.usptogov F� Precision Emprise, LLC i CSLB # 1032474 ; 335 Beach Road, Burlingame, CA 94010 1 Tel 650-867-8657 1 Fax 650-240-3866 1 contact@PCCNorCal.com Page 2 of 2 1�dp Hazard Removal Specialists • 6,827,074 - Hub and blade combination patent • 6,896,604 - Dust hood patent . 7,000,606 - Cutting apparatus and broadening patent . 7,143,760 - Method patent . 7,201,644 - Variations and broadening patent 7,402,095 - Extended methods patent PROPOSAL DETAILS Contract amount: Total charge for services rendered shall not exceed $15,000 Billing Units: Services are billed in "Inch Feet". An inch foot is calculated by measuring the average height of the sidewalk off -set and multiplying this average by the length of the cut. Example: A sidewalk off -set on a 4 - foot wide sidewalk that consists of a 0.5" rise on one side, and tapers down to a zero rise on the other is calculated as follows: 0.5" +0" x 4ft = 1 inch -foot 2 Unit Price for sidewalk shaving: $38 per inch -foot. Streets with Sidewalks to be repaired: To be identified by City Staff. LIMITATIONS PCC removes only those trip hazards specifically requested or approved by customers, and therefore makes no guarantee or representation that areas are free of trip hazards after the work is completed. It is our customers' responsibility to provide proper access and PCC assumes no liability for trip hazards that cannot be repaired due to parked vehicles or other obstacles preventing safe and practical access. In such cases, PCC returns once to attempt completion of repairs that could not be completed the first time. Additionally, it is recognized that after completion of the work, the concrete trip hazards may and frequently do continue to move naturally over time due to roots, water, freezing, pipes, and other natural or man-made causes. PCC is not responsible for movement or changes in the sidewalk and is not liable for any related claims, losses, damages or liabilities thereto pertaining. Precision Concrete Cutting is committed to providing the highest quality service to our customers. Should you have any questions or comments, please do not hesitate to contact us. PCC Representative: YOUR REPRESENTATIVE: Joseph Ortega K9 Precision Emprise, LLC i CSLB # 1032474 1335 Beach Road, Burlingame, CA 94010 Tel 650-867-8657 1 Fax 650-240-3866. contact@PCCNorCal.com �p,� R . F�44:1l s 2 yo ,TY�VITH Ply 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: Public Works Project Manager: TS for April Miller Extension: 3354 Contractor Name: Precision Concrete Contractor's Contact: Joseph Ortega Contact's Email: jortega@pccnorcal.com ❑ FPPC: Check if Contractor/Consultant must file Form 700 Step RESPONSIBLE DESCRIPTION COMPLETED REVIEWER DEPARTMENT a. Email PINS Introductory Notice to Contractor DATE Check/Initial 1 Project Manager Click here to ❑ enter a date. b. Email contract (in Word) and attachments to City 11/3/2020 Attorney c/o Laraine.Gittens@cityofsanrafael.org ®TS 2 City Attorney a. Review, revise, and comment on draft agreement 11/3/2020 ❑x LG and return to Project Manager 11/3/2020 ❑x LG b. Confirm insurance requirements, create Job on PINS, send PINS insurance notice to contractor 3 Department Director Approval of final agreement form to send to 11/5/2020 ❑X BG contractor Forward three (3) originals of final agreement to 4 Project Manager 11/4/2020 ®TS contractor for their signature 5 Project Manager When necessary, contractor -signed agreement ❑ N/A agendized for City Council approval * *City Council approval required for Professional Services ❑ Agreements and purchases of goods and services that exceed Or $75,000; and for Public Works Contracts that exceed $175,000 Click here to Date of City Council approval enter a date. PRINT CONTINUE ROUTING PROCESS WITH HARD COPY 6 Project Manager Forward signed original agreements to City 11/12/2020 TS Attorney with printed copy of this routing form 7 City Attorney Review and approve hard copy of signed Ili' �� 4- agreement Review and approve insurance in PINS, and bonds 3 8 City Attorney (for Public Works Contracts) I k A-3 OZD 9 City Manager/ Mayor Agreement executed by City Council authorized ( lit Zoo official 10 City Clerk Attest signatures, retains original agreement and forwards copies to Project Manager ////6 , �'" We