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1992-21 Interlocal Agmt w/Broward Cty for Solid Waste Recycling Coordination RESOLUTION NO. 92 - 21 A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF PARKLAND, FLORIDA, AUTHORIZING THE CITY OFFICIALS TO EXECUTE AN INTERLOCAL AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE CITY OF PARKLAND AND BROWARD COUNTY FOR SOLID WASTE RECYCLING COORDINATION WHEREAS, the City Commission of the City of Parkland finds and determines that it is in the best interests of the citizens of the City to execute the Interlocal Agreement between the City of Parkland and Broward County for solid waste recycling coordination as described in the Agreement attached hereto and made a part hereof; NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED BY THE CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF PARKLAND, FLORIDA: Section 1. That the appropriate City officials are hereby authorized to execute an Agreement between the City of Parkland and Broward County for solid waste recycling coordination. Section 2. That this Resolution shall be in full force and effect immediately upon its passage and adoption. PASSED AND ADOPTED THIS 1 DAY OF July , 1992. s~~ ~a-~' SUSAN ARMSTRONG, .C.,CITY CLERK ) ) INTERLOCAL AGREEMENT '. Between BROWARD COUNTY and CITY:OF PARKLAND for SOLID WASTE RECYCLING COORDINATION ) ) F-IOO .... WHEREAS, state grant funding will be llI<.:.:.;e availdblc to the Partner Citi.es for fiscal years 1992 and 1993 without the requirement of matching funds, as long as seventy-five (15) percent of Broward County · s munici.pal population is represented by an Interlocal Agreement; and WHEREAS, any CONTRACT COMHUNI'l'Y that drops out of its respective Interlocal Agreement will be required to return all grant funds received from Fiscal Year -~ r=~ 1993 grant funds thereafter; and WHEREAS, it is the expressed commitment: 'of each CONTRACT COHMUNITY to make a joint application to the Florida Department of Environmental Regulation for grant funds through 1993; NOW, THEREFORE, COUNTY and the CONTRACT COMMUNITIES hereby mutually agree as follows: ARTICLE 1 EFFECTIVE DATE AND EXPIRATION This Interlocal Agreement shall be effective on July 1, 19~ or the date of execution by both parties, whichever is later. This ) ..;J:nterlocal Agreement shall extend. through September 30, 1993, to coincide with. the planned expirCt:tion date of the Department of Environmental ~egulation Recycling .and. Educat~on '.Grant. Program. This Interlocal Agreement shall be extended automatically if the Department of Environmental Regulation Grant Program is extended; and may be extended voluntarily upon mutual consent of COUNTY and each CONTRACT COMMUNITY. ARTICLE 2 COUNTY OBLIGATIONS COUNTY shall be responsible for the coordination and support of all recycling jurisdiction. This responsibility shall limited to, the following activities: grant administrative programs within its inciude, but not be 2.1 The COUNTY'S Office of Integrated Haste Hanagement: I s Recycling Section v!ill prepare a long-range recycling plan that will bring the COUNTY and the CONTRACT COMMUNITIES into compliance with the state law. This plan will include both residential and commercial recycling programs, new facility construction needs, market development strategies, projected recovered material tonnages, community education activities, and ) ) 'F';'102 l!RTLC I d.~_J. CONTRACT COMfoiUNI'l'Y OI3LIGATIOHS CONTRACT COf1MUNI'l'Y shall be responsible for planning, implementing, and monitoring recycling programs within its community for the purpose of meeting the state-mandated thirty percent (30%) waste reduction goal. These responsibilities shall include: 3.1 Appointing a CONTRACT COMMUNITY representative and alternate to the Technical Advisory Committee and assuring this representative's ~ctive participation in meetings, workshops, sub-committees, and special projects. The CONTRACT COMMUNITY representative or alternate shall attend at least seventy-five percent (75%) of the Technical Advisory Committee and Municipal Information Exchange meetings. 3.2 Submitting annual Recycling Grant Application to the Grants Review Sub-Committee by July 15th of each year. CONTRACT COMMUNITY agrees. to accept the allocation of grant funds as approved annually by the Resource Recovery Board and Broward County Board of County Commissioners. 3.3 Submitting complete and accurate monthly reports on recycling materials collected within the CONTRACT COMMUNITY'S jurisdiction on a standard form provided by the COUNTY. 3.4 Assuring control of. the flow of recyclable materials for curbside~ multi;-family,' and commercial collections within the CONTRACT COMMUNITY'S jurisdiction to the fullest extent allowed by ordinance or contract. 3.5 Promulgating procurement guidelines or policies for municipally purchased products made with recycled content. 3.6 Reviewing municipal ordinances or building codes that prohibit or restrict recycling containers or that adversely affect implementation of recycling activities. 3.7 Reviewing appropriate municipal building codes or specifications for new construction (or major renovations) to specifically require provision of space and containers for recycling and recovered materials collection. ". F-I04 ,'- Fiscal Year 1992 and continuing through the period of time of the default shall b~ returned to COUNTY. All such funds returned by the def<lulting CONTRACT COMMUNITY shall by r~-allocat.~d by the Technical Advisory Committee (via the GrZlllts H~view COn1::1ittee) to the remaining CONTRACT COMMUNITIES. ARTICLE 6 MODIFICATION No modification, amendment, conditions contained herein shall a written document executed with dignity herewith. or alteration in the terms or be effective unless contained in. the same formality and of equal ARTICLE 7 INDEMNIFICATION Subj ect to the provisions of Section 768.28, Flor ida Statutes, and to the extent permitted by law, the COUNTY and each of the CONTRACT COMMUNITIES agree to indemnify, save and hold harmless all other party members from any and all liabilities, claims or damages of any kind which are or may be imposed for any of its negligent .'. acts or omissions of its officers, employees or agents arising out of or pursuant to this Interlocal Agreement and/or the recycling programs for which these grant funds are sought. ARTICLE 8 RECORDATION The COUNTY, upon execution of this Interlocal Agreement by all the parties, will record a copy in the public records of Broward County, Florida. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the parties have made and executed this Interlocal Agreement on the respective dates under each signature: BROH~.RD COUNTY through its BOARD OF COUNTY cmn-lISSIm~::~s, signing by and through its Chairman or.Yice Chainya.n, authorized to execute same by Board action on the 1 jV'" day of :./",-,~ /.I'~ , 19 ~? 1._, and CITY OF PARKLAND,' signing by ~and Lh:-ough its ---rr /l.J__ft/1 , duly authorized to execute same_ 6 F-l06 IN'l'ERLOCAL AGREEMENT BET\-lEEN BROWARD COUNTY AND CITY OF PARKLAND FOn SOLID WASTE RECYCLING COORDINA'l'ION CITY ATTEST: CITY OF P~.RKLAND " ):_,n_< C~ ~:r Clerk \ - By' ----? ~o~ vr .t;:,' ~ Ma or or Ma..,. er ("CORPORATE SEAL) -L day of .1111 Y , ~9 92. Approved as to form: ,~ Qi<0 -' LGS:sc 5/28/92 rec~'prkl.AOl 192-143.07 F-I08