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1993-50 Replat Portion of Parcel D Parkland TerracesRESOLUTION 93-50 A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF PARKLAND, FLORIDA FOR REPLAT OF A PORTION OF PARCEL D OF OF �P RRAD R TWO PLAT LA FOR DEVELOPMENT S CONSISTING OF 11.320 ACRES; LOCATED AT THE SOUTHWEST CORNER OF MECCA BOULEVARD AND STATE ROAD 7; CASE NO. 07 -PT -93. WHEREAS, at a regular meeting of the City Commission a Public Hearing was held to hear testimony for and against the petition of Mecca Farms, Inc. requesting replat of a portion of Parcel D of the Terramar Two plat for development'of Parkland Terraces; WHEREAS, the proposed plat has been reviewed by the Planning and Zoning Board which voted 7-0 to deny the plat; WHEREAS, the proposed plat is found to be in conformance with all applicable subdivision regulations and is in compliance with current concurrency as well as land development regulations. NOW, THEREFORE, be it resolved by the City Commission of the City of Parkland, Florida, that; The Parkland Terraces plat is approved with the following conditions: 1. This approval is based. on the plat entitled "Parkland Terraces" prepared by Carnahan - Proctor and lssociates, Inc., and dated received `November 4, :1993: Also "'included are preliminary engineering drawings, preliminary signage, preliminary landscaping of the salestrailer, and preliminary landscaping of the Development. 2. The petitioner shall amend the proposed plat to remove one unit from building number 13 prior to signing by the City Engineer. PASSED AND ADOPTED THIS 15 DAY OF DECEMBER , 1993} } J � SUSAN ARMSTRONG, CIT LERK SAL 'AdLIARA RESOLUTION NO. 93 - 51 A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF PARKLAND, FLORIDA AUTHORIZING THE CITY OFFICIALS TO APPROVE AND AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE CITY OF PARKLAND AND THE CITY OF CORAL SPRINGS, FLORIDA FOR REPAIR AND MAINTENANCE OF PARKLAND'S VARIOUS VEHICLES WHEREAS, the City Commission of the City of Parkland, Florida finds and determines that it is in the best interests of the citizens of the City to approve an Agreement between the City of Parkland, Florida and the City of Coral Springs, Florida for repair and maintenance of Parkland's various vehicles 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 approve the Agreement between the City of Parkland and the City of Coral Springs. ,Section 2. That this Resolution shall be in full force and effect immediately upon its passage and adoption. PASSED AND ADOPTED THIS 15 DAY OF DECKMBER, 1993. SAL •AGLIARA. OR OFFICE OF THE CITYATTORNEY CITY OF FORA SPRINGS FLORIDA• February 10, 1994 City of Parkland Office of the City Manager 6500 Parkside Drive Parkland, Florida 33067 9551 WEST SAMPLE ROAD P.O. BOX 754501 CORAL SPRINGS, FL 33075-4501 TELEPHONE (305) 344-1010 FAX (305) 344-5930 Re: Repair and Maintenance Agreement between the City of Coral Springs and the City of Parkland relative to motor vehicles owned and operated by the City of Parkland Dear Sir: Enclosed, for your records, is one (1) fully -executed original of the above -referenced agreement. Sincerely, 7 ,ltu Cathleen J. Hare Legal Secretary enclosure cc: Donald Saunders, Streets & Equipment Superintendent (w/orig.) Jonda K. Joseph, City Clerk (94-01-18-7B) REPAIR AND MAINTENANCE AGREEMENT THIS AGREEMENT made this 15 day of DECEMBER , 1993, by and between the CITY OF CORAL SPRINGS, a Florida municipal corporation, (hereinafter referred to as "CORAL SPRINGS") and the CITY OF PARKLAND, a Florida municipal corporation, (hereinafter referred to as "PARKLAND"). WHEREAS, CORAL SPRINGS and PARKLAND deem it in the best interest of their respective interests to enter into a Maintenance and Repair Agreement for motor vehicles owned and operated by the CITY OF PARKLAND; and WHEREAS, PARKLAND lacks the capability and necessary equipment to properly maintain and repair its municipal service fleet consisting of automobiles and trucks; and WHEREAS, CORAL SPRINGS presently maintains and repairs the City owned and operated automobiles and trucks and deems it in the best interest of the citizens and residents of CORAL SPRINGS to enter into this agreement with PARKLAND. NOW, THEREFORE, in consideration of the mutual covenants contained herein, the parties hereby agree as follows: 1. Term. This agreement shall commence on the 15 day of DECEMBER , 1993, and continue to be binding upon the parties for a one (1) year period terminating on December 14, 199 4. DOC: 19812 Page 1 of 8 AtAll4a,z l L -c 0 6y C.5 C.0MM1SSl6J /-IV'--9y 2. Scope of Services. A. CORAL SPRINGS shall service PARKLAND'S fire apparatus and public safety vehicles, which shall include, but not be limited to, preventative maintenance, diagnosis and repair and other specialized services such as striping and new car preparation. The services provided pursuant to this agreement may be expanded by mutual agreement to include all fleet vehicles owned and operated by PARKLAND. B. The maintenance services to be performed by CORAL SPRINGS will include aggressive and detailed preventative maintenance services as well as a complete diagnostic and repair services. C. CORAL SPRINGS will exert its best efforts to perform the services contemplated hereunder consisting of all maintenance and repair on a timely basis, but such maintenance and repair services provided to PARKLAND shall be performed only after necessary repairs and maintenance have been effectuated on CORAL SPRINGS'S owned vehicles and the necessary manpower and facilities are available to provide services to PARKLAND. Repairs to be made upon emergency vehicles shall be treated as priority for both cities. It is agreed and acknowledged by CORAL SPRINGS and PARKLAND that the respective city employees shall coordinate the scheduling of emergency vehicles so as to insure that repairs are effectuated on a priority basis. PARKLAND vehicles will also receive consideration equal to CORAL SPRINGS' vehicles regarding minor repairs. For purposes DOC: 19812 Page 2 of 8 of this agreement, minor repairs are defined as those needing less than thirty minutes repair time, such as replacing a tail light bulb, a head light or a mirror, etc. D. At such time as PARKLAND requires maintenance and/or repair for its fire apparatus or police vehicles, PARKLAND shall contact the designated representative of CORAL SPRINGS for purposes of scheduling a time when the vehicle will be delivered and the maintenance and/or repairs may be effectuated. PARKLAND shall be responsible for transporting all vehicles to the appropriate facility as designated by CORAL SPRINGS. At such time as the repair and/or maintenance has been completed, PARKLAND shall have twenty-four (24) hours after receiving notice of the completion of the job in which to retrieve the vehicles. PARKLAND'S VEHICLES will be scheduled based on availability of CORAL SPRINGS'S manpower and facilities. CORAL SPRINGS operates its garage during the hours of 7:30 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. Monday through Friday. In order to maintain and effectively service both CORAL SPRINGS and PARKLAND vehicles, PARKLAND'S vehicles will be scheduled for repair and maintenance based on availability of CORAL SPRINGS manpower and facilities. In the event unscheduled repairs are required the Administration Commander or his designee of PARKLAND shall inform and obtain the approval from the CORAL SPRINGS' maintenance supervisor or designee prior to delivering the vehicles to the garage for repair. E. CORAL SPRINGS' garage is located at 4181 N.W. 121st Avenue, Coral Springs, Florida, 33065. DOC: 19812 Page 3 of 8 F. CORAL SPRINGS shall repair the fire apparatus and police vehicles of PARKLAND delivered to it for that purpose in a good, quality and competent manner. 3. Compensation. A. CORAL SPRINGS and PARKLAND do hereby agree that prior to commencing repairs and/or maintenance exceeding the sum total of $500.00, the appropriate representative of CORAL SPRINGS will contact the appropriate representative of PARKLAND for the purposes of providing estimates of the repairs and obtaining permission to effectuate the necessary repairs. B. PARKLAND shall reimburse CORAL SPRINGS for the maintenance and repair contemplated herein in accordance with the following schedule: a). Labor. Actual mechanic hourly rate plus benefits plus ten (10%) percent markup. An example of this calculation of labor rate is as follows: $16.77 per hour x 135% for benefits equals $22.64 per hour. That rate times 110% for markup equals a total hourly rate of $24.90. This calculation is an example only and is subject to change based on annual salary increases of each employee. It is understood that the hourly rate charged to PARKLAND will vary based on the actual hourly rate paid each mechanic that repairs PARKLAND equipment. This example is based on the current rate paid for the state certified mechanic that normally repairs fire department equipment. The rate could be DOC: 19812 Page 4 of 8 $27.32 if the example contained the hourly rate of the Maintenance Supervisor. b). Parts. Actual costs of parts plus ten (10%) percent markup; c). Invoice. CORAL SPRINGS shall invoice PARKLAND on a monthly basis for all repairs, maintenance and parts performed in accordance with the terms of this agreement. PARKLAND will tender full and complete payment of the invoice within forty-five (45) days of the invoice. 4. Inspection. A. Within sixty (60) days of the commencement of the terms of this agreement and at a mutually convenient time and place, PARKLAND shall make available to the appropriate personnel at CORAL SPRINGS for an initial inspection, all public safety equipment which is deemed to be governed by this agreement. The purpose of the inspection shall be to determine the status of the fire apparatus and police vehicles, the inspection will be performed without charge. At the time of the inspection all maintenance records, warranties and other appropriate documentation maintained by PARKLAND shall be made available to CORAL SPRINGS. B. During the term of this Agreement, PARKLAND'S designated representative shall be afforded the right to inspect the vehicles being repaired by CORAL SPRINGS at any time while the vehicle is located at the Coral Springs Garage. However, such inspection shall not serve to interfere with any work being DOC: 19812 Page 5 of 8 effectuated on any vehicle or in any way interfere with the operation of the garage. 5. Indemnification. To the extent permitted by law and as limited thereby, PARKLAND shall indemnify, defend and hold CORAL SPRINGS harmless against any and all claims, demands and liabilities for any and all loss, damage, injury or other casualty to property, whether it be that of either of the parties to this agreement or a third person, and to persons, whether they be third persons or employees of either of the parties to this agreement, caused by, growing out of, or happening in connection with CORAL SPRINGS maintenance and repairs services provided herein. Nothing contained in this agreement shall affect the immunity of either city as set forth in Section 768.28 of the Florida Statutes (1993). 6. Notice. When either party desires to give written notice to the other, it shall be sent by requested, as follows: certified mail, return receipt CITY OF CORAL SPRINGS Office of the City Manager 9551 West Sample Road Coral Springs, Florida 33065 7. Modification or Waiver. No waiver, alteration or provisions of this agreement shall be signed by a duly authorized official 8. Termination. A. This agreement may be DOC: 19812 Page 6 of 8 CITY OF PARKLAND Office of the City Manager 6500 Parkside Drive Parkland, Florida 33067 modification of any of the binding unless in writing and of the respective cities. terminated by either municipality by providing written notice within °sixty (60) days of the termination to the other party. In the event of a breach of any of the terms or conditions hereof, this agreement may be terminated by the offended municipality on written notice, and waiver of any breach of any provision shall not be deemed to be a waiver of any subsequent breach nor of the provision itself. B. In the event PARKLAND shall terminate this agreement, it shall tender to CORAL SPRINGS at the time of giving notice of the election to terminate, any balance owed to CORAL SPRINGS. Failure to do so shall void any attempt to terminate this agreement. C. CORAL SPRINGS shall have the sole control of the manner and means of performing under the terms of this agreement and it shall complete the necessary repairs and maintenance in accordance with its own means and methods of work. 9. The entire agreement between CORAL SPRINGS and PARKLAND with respect to the subject matter hereunder is contained in this agreement. Except as here and expressly provided to the contrary, the provisions of this agreement are for the benefit of the cities solely and not for the benefit of any other person, persons or legal entity. 10. This agreement shall be governed by the laws of the State of Florida. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the parties hereto have made and executed this agreement on the respective dates under each signature. The DOC: 19812 Page 7 of 8 CITY OF CORAL SPRINGS through its City Commission, signing by the authorized official to execute the same by the commission action taken on the day of , 1994, and the CITY OF PARKLAND, signing by and through its City Commission duly authorized to execute the same by commission action on the 15 day of DECEMBER , 1993. Approved as to Legal Form and Sufficiency c_. AS .5.4-im.rt# City Attorney DATED:?3.s / 19y CITY OF PARKLAND Approved as to Legal Form and Sufficienc erk DOC: 19812 City Attor By: By: Page 8 of 8 I Mayor