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1997-39 Bid Award Concession Stand at Terramar & Quigley Park RESOLUTION NO. 97-39 A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF PARKLAND, FLORIDA, AUTHORIZING THE AWARD OF A CONTRACT FOR FOOD AND REFRESHMENT CONCESSION SERVICE AT TERRAMAR PARK AND QUIGLEY PARK, CITY CONTRACT NO. 97-01- PR; CONTAINING AN EFFECTIVE DATE. WHEREAS, the City of Parkland advertised for competitive proposals for Food and Refreshment Concession Service at Terramar Park, City Contract No. 97-01-PR; and WHEREAS, the City of Parkland received four (4) proposals from the following: Peter Gado, Esther & David Company, Wessel, Inc. D/B/A Bagel Cafe, and Francis 1. Hanselman. WHEREAS, the City Commission of the City of Parkland has fully reviewed all proposals and determined that the proposal of Esther & David Company is the most responsive and responsible proposal which best meets the criteria set forth in the Request For Proposal packet and it is in the best interest of the City to accept said proposal. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED BY THE COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF PARKLAND, FLORIDA: Section 1. That Esther & David Company is hereby awarded a contract and shall enter into a Management Agreement with the City to operate City Concession Stands year round, City Contract No. 97-01-PR, subject to approval by the City Attorney and City Manager. Section 2. That this Resolution shall become effective upon adoption. PASSED AND ADOPTED THIS 22nd DAY OF OCTOBER ,1997. ~~ SAL J\GLIARA, OR ATTESTED: ,-~~C2J~ SUSAN ARMSTRONG, C.M.C. CLERK A- 1~1 CONCESSION AGREEMENT BETWEEN CITY OF Parkland AND THIS AGREEM~e and entered into at Parkland, Broward County, Florida on th~ay of ~ , 1997 and between the CITY OF PARKLAND, a municipal corporation of the State of Florida, hereinafter called CITY, and ESTHER & nAVTQ rnMPANY its successors and assigns hereinafter called, CONCESSIONAIRE. WHEREAS, the CITY does desire to enter into an agreement with the CONCESSIONAIRE for the right to sell food and other related sundry items at the CITY owned Concession Stands, located at Terramar Park, and Quigley Park, Parkland, Florida. WHEREAS, the CONCESSIONAIRE declares that (s)he has thoroughly examined the premises and the parks; and WHEREAS, the CONCESSIONAIRE has submitted a Proposal to operate the above referenced facilities; and WHEREAS, the CITY has determined that an agreement should be entered into with the CONCESSIONAIRE, NOW, THEREFORE, the parties to this agreement to hereby agree as follows: ARTICLE 1 1.1 TERM: The CITY and CONCESSIONAIRE hereby agree to this Concession Agreement for a term of Three (3) years, to sell food at the Concession Stands at Terramar Park, and Quigley Park, Parkland, Florida. ARTICLE 2 2.1 OPTION TO RENEW: Provided there has been no default of this agreement by the CONCESSIONAIRE, the CONCESSIONAIRE may, by written notice to the City Manager, at least six (6) months before the end of each term, renew this agreement for a maximum of two (2) one (1) year term extensions from the end of the original term, upon such terms and conditions as the parties may agree to. Such periods shall run consecutively so as to make this agreement continuous in its operation from the beginning to its termination, a period of five (5) years. Page 1 ARTICLE 3 3.1 DESCRIPTION OF THE LEASE CONCESSION STANDS: A Concession Stand located in the Concession Building comprise the necessary support facilities for Terramar Park located at 6575 NW 76 Drive, Parkland, Florida. The primary purpose of this support facility is to serve the park patrons. . The concession stand, approximately 275 square feet, accommodates about 25 to 25 persons at any given time. A Concession Stand located in the Concession Building comprise the necessary support facilities for Quigley Park located at 7901 Parkside Drive, Parkland, Florida. The primary purpose of this support facility is to serve the park patrons. The concession stand, approximately 270 square feet, accommodates about 16 to 20 persons at any given time. ARTICLE 4 4.0 EXCLUSIVE RIGHTS TO SELL FOOD AND BEVERAGE: Except as provided below, the operator will have the exclusive right to sell food and beverage items on the premises, for all normal day to day consumption, as well as catered events except for events sponsored by the City or by a charitable organization (as defined by the Intemal Revenue Service) and approved by the City. In the event that the operator is not able to cater a specific function (other than events sponsored by charitable organization which shall be exempt as provided for below), or that the function organizer desires to bring in an independent caterer, the independent caterer shall operate under the direction and supervision of the operator, for a fee of $150.00 in order to avail itself of the use of the facility. Any approved charitable organization receiving donated food and beverage for special events will nor be required to pay the fee to the operator provided the storage, handling and distributing of such food and beverage and managed by the charitable organization. City events or events declared to be "special events" shall not be deemed part of this agreement and may be catered by the CITY or an independent operator retained by the CITY. 4.1 SPECIAL EVENTS: The number and frequency of all special events, such as parties, or toumaments are subject to the sole discretion of the CITY, keeping in mind that the primary purpose of Terramar Park and Quigley Park Concession Stands are to satisfy the recreational needs and enjoyment of the citizens of Parkland. CONCESSIONAIRE shall cooperate fully with CITY should CITY use an outside operator to cater a special event and shall not hinder or interfere with such use of the facility . 4.2 MENUS AND PRICES: A copy of the menu is attached herewith under Schedule B. Any changes in the menu or price must first be approved by the CITY prior to such changes. Any gratuity for service added to the bill shall be announced on the menu and other readily visible places. Page 2 ARTICLE 5 5.1 COMPENSATION: During the term of this agreement, the CONCESSIONAIRE shall pay the CITY a monthly fee (payable on the fifth business day of each month in arrears) as follows: For all Sales (Food, Beverage, and Catered Events): A fee of $1,000.00 per month or 42% of gross receipts for each month, whichever amount is greater. For all catered\special events the CITY shall also receive 42% of gross receipts for each event. Fees for fourth and fifth years will be re-negotiated at the CITY'S option, but at no less than the third years fee plus the Consumer Price Index (urban). 5.2 PAYMENT PROCEDURES: Fee payment shall be made on or before the tenth (10th) day of the month to which it pertains. 5.3 SALES TAX: The CONCESSIONAIRE shall be liable for all prevailing State of Florida Sales and Use Taxes imposed on the fee payable to the CITY under this agreement and for any property taxes imposed as a result of the use of the facility by CONCESSIONAIRE. This Sales and Use Tax, if any, shall be payable to the CITY and the CITY shall, in turn, remit same. If, however, the CONCESSIONAIRE so desires, the CONCESSIONAIRE can pay the prevailing taxes directly to the State and provide the CITY with appropriate documentation of such transactions. 5.4 PAYMENT TERMS: The CONCESSIONAIRE shall pay all fees required by this agreement to the following address: City of Parkland, Finance Department, 6500 Parks ide Drive, Parkland, Florida 33067. 5.5 REPORTS AND RECORDS: CONCESSIONAIRE shall maintain during the term of this agreement all books of accounts, reports and records customarily used in restaurant operation, and such records as are necessary to document its activities pursuant to this agreement. The CITY'S auditors may audit and examine all such books and accounts, reports and records relating to the CONCESSIONAIRE'S operations hereunder. ARTICLE 6 6.1 FACILITY: A. The premises, described in Article 3 of this agreement, shall be turned over to CONCESSIONAIRE with the equipment, furnishings and furniture, as per Schedule A. This schedule shall be acknowledged by signing by both parties to this agreement. Any additional equipment, furnishings and furniture or any modifications to the premises that might be required of, or desired by, the CONCESSIONAIRE, must be provided and paid for by the CONCESSIONAIRE. However, no alterations or modifications of the premises may be made without first obtaining the written approval of the CITY. All approved improvements to the facility will be included in the CITY'S inventory at the time of termination of Page 3 contract. The CITY shall retain ownership over any fixtures installed be CONCESSIONAIRE. B. The CITY hereby grants permission to the CONCESSIONAIRE to properly use all CITY-owned property, equipment, fumishings and fumiture at the facility. This property shall be used only at the premises and shall be tumed back to the CITY upon termination or expiration of this agreement. The property shall be_ retumed in the same condition as when received, except for normal wear and tear. Excluding such normal wear and tear the CONCESSIONAIRE shall replace all damaged property, equipment, fumishings, and fumiture belonging to the CITY with like quantity and quality and such replacement shall then become property of the CITY. 6.2 CITY'S APPROVAL: The CONCESSIONAIRE agrees to obtain proper written approval from the CITY in all of the following matters: A. Use of any type of vending machines on the premises. B. Changes in approved signage and graphics. C. Subletting or other assignment of agreement. 6.3 PUBLIC CONTACT WITH THE CONCESSIONAIRE'S EMPLOYEES: The facility herein is part of the larger facilities that are publicly owned and operated. The manner in which this facility are operated will reflect upon the CITY, it is therefore imperative that the CONCESSIONAIRE'S employees who have contact with the public, perform their duties in an efficient and courteous manner. Failure of an employee to do so shall be grounds for the CITY to demand his or her removal from duties in the facility which demand CONCESSIONAIRE shall honor. 6.4 HOURS OF OPERATION: Concession Stand: The minimum hours of operation will be Monday through Friday evenings, Saturday day and evenings, and Sunday days. Monday through Friday Saturday Sunday activities. 5:00 p.m. - 9:30 p.m. 8:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. 12:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m. or during scheduled 6.5 QUALITY OF SERVICE: A. The CONCESSIONAIRE will at all times have qualified personnel for preparation and handling of food behind the counter and kitchen. B. The CONCESSIONAIRE will be responsible for maintaining the food service operation in a clean and sanitary manner and will adhere to all applicable Federal, Florida and Municipal health, safety and environmental laws, rules and regulations including the Occupational Safety and Health Administrations rules and regulations. The CONCESSIONAIRE will be responsible for all Health Department Certification requirements, including but not limited to, pest control, trash removal, and kitchen equipment requiring such certification. The facility shall be operated in compliance with all applicable laws and regulations. Page 4 C. The CONCESSIONAIRE shall control the conduct, demeanor and appearance of his officers, members, employees, agents and representatives and customers and patrons, and upon objection of the CITY concerning the conduct, demeanor, or appearance of an such person, the CONCESSIONAIRE shall immediately take all necessary steps to correct the cause of such objection, including the termination of the employee, agent or representative. D. The CONCESSIONAIRE shall take good care of the premises, shall keep the premises in a clear and sanitary condition, shall use the same in a careful manner and shall deliver said premises, equipment, furnishings and furniture to the CITY in no worse condition, except for normal wear and tear, then the same was at the commencement of this agreement. E. The CONCESSIONAIRE shall be responsible for keeping the premises as well as the surrounding areas in a clean and presentable manner, these being public buildings and shall conduct regular routine cleaning and maintenance. F. Delivery trucks would be only allowed in the designated service areas only. G. The CONCESSIONAIRE shall furnish good, prompt and efficient service, adequate to meet all reasonable demands therefore. H. The CONCESSIONAIRE shall serve only the best quality food obtainable for the type of menu being offered and prepare and serve same as appropriate for that type of food. I. The CONCESSIONAIRE shall be subject to a periodic evaluation to make sure that all aspects for the contract are in compliance. J. CONCESSIONAIRE shall not use the facility to cater any events not conducted at the park. K. CONCESSIONAIRE shall not permit any advertising displays at the facility. L. The CONCESSIONAIRE may not sell any items other than food and beverages. ARTICLE 7 7.1 ASSIGNMENT: The CONCESSIONAIRE shall not assign this agreement, in whole or in part, to any other person of firm without first obtaining the CITY'S written approval. It is covenanted and agreed that all covenants, conditions, agreements and undertakings contained in this agreement shall extend to and be binding on the respective successors and assignees accepted by the CITY. ARTICLE 8 8.1 ELECTRICITY: The City shall provide: A. Electrical distribution to the extent existing. Page 5 The CONCESSIONAIRE is responsible for paying the cost of electricity related to the Concession Stand operation. (Separate meters and/or sub-meters may be provided for electric usage. The CONCESSIONAIRE shall be responsible for obtaining and maintaining his own telephone service. ARTICLE 9 9.1 MAINTENANCE RESPONSIBILITIES: The CONCESSIONAIRE shall, at his sole expense, be responsible for maintaining and inspecting the grease trap, and kitchen hood/exhaust system at least quarterly. The CONCESSIONAIRE will also be responsible for maintenance of all food service equipment, electrical, air conditioning and exhaust systems in good, clean, and sanitary condition. Copies of work order, invoices or receipts for such work shall be produced upon request by the CITY, as evidence of such maintenance and/or inspections. The CITY will replace any equipment, requiring total replacement as a result of normal wear and tear. However, any equipment needing premature replacement, will be subject to review by the CITY to determine the cause of such equipment failure. If the cause is determined to be something other than normal wear and tear and/or manufacturer's defect, the CITY reserves and shall have the right to require the CONCESSIONAIRE to tale the full financial responsibility to replace the equipment. The CITY shall be responsible for the general maintenance of the physical plant and the surrounding areas. To assure compliance with the maintenance requirements, the CONCESSIONAIRE is reauired to have maintenance service agreements which includes routine inspections and service of all equipment, grease traps, the kitchen hood/exhaust and air conditioning systems. The CONCESSIONAIRE is required to submit copies of such agreements on a yearly basis. ARTICLE 10 10.1 INDEMNIFICATION: CONCESSIONAIRE shall indemnify and hold harmless the CITY and its agents and employees from any and against all claims, demands, or actions at laws and its equity including court costs and attorney's fees that may hereafter at any time be made or brought by anyone of the purpose of enforcing a claim or liability on account of any injury or damage allegedly caused or occurring to any person or property and which is caused in whole or in part by CONCESSIONAIRE, its agents, employees, or any sub-contractors, anyone directly or indirectly employed by any of them or anyone for whose acts any of them may be liable as a result of CONCESSIONAIRE performance under the Agreement, this shall include any claims, liability or judgment resulting from the use of the facility by any patron. In any and all claims against the CITY or any of its agents or employees of the CITY, any sub- contractor, or anyone for whose acts any of them may be liable, the indemnification obligation under this paragraph shall not be limited in any way as to the amount of type of damages, compensation or benefits payable by or for CITY or any sub-contractor under Workman's Compensation acts, disability benefit acts or other employee benefit acts. Page 6 ARTICLE 11 11.1 INGRESS AND EGRESS: Subject to the rules, regulations, statutes and ordinances governing the use of the facility, the CONCESSIONAIRE, and his agents and servants, patrons and invitees and supplies, shall have the right to unobstructive ingress and egress to and from the premises and shall have the non-exclusive right to use the CITY's adjacent parking facilities. ARTICLE 12 12.1 SECURITY DEPOSIT: The CONCESSIONAIRE shall furnish the CITY a security deposit of $2,500.00 which will bind the operator for the faithful performance of the written agreement. The security deposit to be in the form of a cash deposit, and in case of satisfactory compliance of the agreement, the case deposit with accrued interest from the Bank Certification of Deposit for the term of this agreement. The cash deposit may be used to pay any unpaid utility or trash bills and to repair and/or replace any CITY owned equipment or furniture, if necessary, due to the negligence of the CONCESSIONAIRE or to reimburse the CITY for any costs incurred due to the CONCESSIONAIRE'S failure to comply with any obligation hereunder. Use of said deposit shall not release CONCESSIONAIRE of its obligations hereunder nor shall it deprive the CITY of its other remedies available on this Agreement or available at law or equity. Further, if the CITY uses any part of this deposit, the CONCESSIONAIRE shall upon notice from the CITY, replenish the fund to equal $2,500.00. ARTICLE 13 13.1 INSURANCE: The CONCESSIONAIRE shall maintain the following insurance during the term of the agreement: A. Workman's Compensation Insurance as required by Chapter 440, Florida Statutes. B. Public Liability Insurance, on a comprehensive General Liability form, in amounts not less than Three Hundred Thousand Dollars ($300,000.00) each person and Three Hundred Thousand Dollars ($300,000.00) each occurrence for bodily injury liability, and property damage liability. The CITY shall be named as an additional insured under such policies. Said policies shall contain a "severability of interest" or a "cross liability" clause without obligation for premium payment by the CITY. The CITY reserves the right to request a copy of required policies for review. The CONCESSIONAIRE shall furnish certificates of insurance to the CITY'S Finance Department, at least fifteen (15) days prior to the commencement of operations, which certificates shall clearly indicate that the CITY is named as an additional insured and that the CONCESSIONAIRE has obtained insurance in this type, amount and classification as required for strict compliance with this article and that no material Page 7 change or cancellation of the insurance shall be effective without thirty (30) days prior written notice to the CITY. The CITY reserves the right to reasonably amend the insurance requirements by the issuance if notice in writing to the CONCESSIONAIRE. ARTICLE 14 14.1 TERMINATION BY THE CITY: The happening of any of the following shall cause this agreement to be automatically terminated: A. Institution of proceedings in voluntary bankruptcy by CONCESSIONAIRE. B. Institution of proceedings in involuntary bankruptcy against the CONCESSIONAIRE if such proceedings continue unopposed for a period of ninety (90) days. C. Assignment by CONCESSIONAIRE for the benefit of creditors. D. Abandonment or discontinuation of operation hereunder by the CONCESSIONAIRE for a period of seven (7) days. E. The substantial destruction of the premises by fire or any other casualty. In addition, the CITY shall have the right to terminate this agreement after thirty (30) days written notice sent by registered ,or certified mail to the CONCESSIONAIRE, of the occurrence of one or more of the following, unless the same shall have been corrected within such period: F. Non-performance of any material covenant of this agreement and failure of the CONCESSIONAIRE to remedy such breach, within five (5) days. G. The conduct of any business or merchandising of any product or service not specifically authorized herein. H. A final judicial determination that litigation instituted by the CONCESSIONAIRE against the CITY was groundless. I. Nonpayment of the management fee. 14.2 TERMINATION BY CONCESSIONAIRE: The CONCESSIONAIRE shall have the right, upon sixty (60) calendar days written notice to the CITY, to terminate this agreement at any time there is a breach by the CITY of any of the material terms, covenants or conditions contained in this agreement and the failure if the CITY to remedy such breach for a period of sixty (60) calendar days after receipt of written notice from the CONCESSIONAIRE of the existence of such breach. 14.3 The CONCESSIONAIRE within fifteen (15) calendar days following the termination of the Agreement, shall remove all personal property. Any personal property of the CONCESSIONAIRE not removed in accordance with this Article, shall constitute a gratuitous transfer of title thereof to the CITY for whatever disposition is deemed to be in the best interest of the CITY. All fixtures shall be the property of the CITY as well as all property listed on Exhibit A or later added to the facility by the CITY. The CITY shall not be liable to the CONCESSIONAIRE for the safe keeping of the CONCESSIONAIRE'S personal property. Page 8 ARTICLE 15 15.2 NOTICES: All notices required under this Agreement shall be sent by registered mail or certified mail to the parties as set forth below. Either party may change its address by written notice to the other party. City of Parkland ATTN.: Harry Mertz, City Manager 6500 Parkside Drive Parkland, Florida 33067 CONCESSIONAIRE Name and Address ARTICLE 16 16.1 NON-DISCRIMINATION: That the CONCESSIONAIRE for itself, and succe~sors in interest, as part of the construction hereof, does hereby covenant and agrees that no person, on the grounds of race, religion, color, age, national origin, sex or physical handicap shall be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be otherwise subject to discrimination in the use of the facility covered by this agreement. Unless exempt under the rules and regulations of the Secretary of Labor or other proper authority, this Agreement is subject to all applicable executive, federal, state and municipal regulations, laws, orders or ordinances relating to equal opportunity and nondiscrimination in employment. 'The CONCESSIONAIRE expressly agrees not to discriminate in its employment practices against any person by reason of race, religion, color, age, national origin, sex or physical handicap, and agrees to comply with the provisions of such laws and orders as well as all laws and orders relating to the employment of the handicapped, the employment of veterans, or the employment of women and minority business enterprises. ARTICLE 17 17.1 PAYMENT OF TAXES AND OTHER OBLIGATIONS: The CONCESSIONAIRE shall pay any personal property tax or any other obligations assessed against the CONCESSIONAIRE on his personal property on the premises promptly, resulting from any operation, obligations or conditions of this Agreement, or if paid by the CITY, shall reimburse the CITY immediately upon demand. ARTICLE 18 18.1 AVAILABILITY OF THE CONCESSIONAIRE'S RECORDS: The CONCESSIONAIRE shall make available to the CITY and/or the CITY'S auditors at any time Monday through Friday, inclusive, between the hours of 9:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m., all books of accounts, reports, records and other pertinent information relating to the Page 9 CONCESSIONAIRE'S operations hereunder as may be required fir audit purposes, as determined by the CITY. ARTICLE 19 19.1 FACILITY REPAIRS, ALTERATIONS AND ADDITIONS BY THE CITY: The CITY shall have the absolute right, without limitations, to make any repairs, alterations, additions to any structures and facilities at or near the premises, including the premises described under this agreement with reasonable notice, free from all liabilities to the CONCESSIONAIRE for loss of business or damages of any nature whatsoever during the making of such repairs, alterations and additions. 19.2 In the event that the CONCESSIONAIRE operations hereunder are substantially interrupted or halted by virtue of the exercise of the CITY of its rights hereunder: A. The rent guarantee shall cease for the term of the interruption; and B. The term if this agreement, and CONCESSIONAIRE'S option, may be extended by a period of time equal to the length of the interruption; and C. If the CONCESSIONAIRE'S operations are interrupted for a period of sixty (60) days, the CONCESSIONAIRE shall have the option, at anytime thereafter, to cancel this agreement and receive a refund of any security deposit under the terms of Article 12.1 ARTICLE 20 20.1 ORDER OF PROCEDURE: The parties acknowledge that all Exhibits hereto are made part of this Agreement; however, for the purpose of clarification, the Exhibits hereto shall be considered separate documents in order to identify the Order of Precedence. Accordingly, in the event of any inconsistency between any of them, condition or provision of this Agreement, and/or its Exhibits, such term condition or provision shall be construed or interpreted in accordance with the following order of _)'recedence: 0) this Agreement Oil the CONCESSIONAIR~1posalto RFP dated p-~ 1997 and (iii) Request for Proposal of the CITY dated d 1997. ARTICLE 21 21.1 INDULGENCES: Indulgences granted with regard to breach or failure to perform under any provisions of this agreement or amendments to this agreement, either initial occurrence of any time thereafter, shall not constitute a waiver of the rights of the CITY under this agreement. ARTICLE 22 22.1 GENERAL: This Agreement and all Exhibits and documents incorporated herein by reference constitute the entire Agreement, understanding and representations between the parties and supersede and replace all prior Agreements, written or oral, specifically including the RFP, the CONCESSIONAIRE'S Proposal and amendments thereto. Neither the CITY not the CONCESSIONAIRE shall be bound by any oral Agreement or representation. No modifications or representations to the Page 10 Agreement shall be valid unless made in writing and signing by duly authorized representatives of both the CITY not the CONCESSIONAIRE, and incorporated as an Addendum hereto. ARTICLE 23 23.1 FORCE MAJEURE: The parties shall not be liable for any act or failure to act attributable to a Force Majeure. Force Majeure shall be limited to acts of God, acts of public enemy, war, blockades, insurrection, riots, epidemics, landslides, lighting, earthquakes, fires, storms, floods, washout, tomadoes, hurricanes, arrests and restraints of govemment people, strikes and labor disputes, explosions, breakage or damage to machinery or equipment and any other inability's or either party, whether similar to those enumerated or otherwise, and not within the control of the party claiming such liability, which by the exercise of due to diligence and due care such party could not have been avoided. ARTICLE 24 24.1 DISPUTE: The parties agree that any dispute arising hereunder shall be governed by Florida Law and the parties also agree to waive trial by jury on any issues so triable as a matter of right. ARTICLE 25 25.1 REMEDIES: Remedies provided under this agreement shall not be deemed as exclusive and shall not exclude any remedy otherwise provided by law. The exercise of any remedy under this agreement shall not preclude the CITY from exercising any other rights under this agreement or under the law. ARTICLE 26 In the event that litigation results from the enforcement of any provision herein then the prevailing party shall have the right to reimbursement of Attorney's fees and costs. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the parties hereto have caused this agreement to be executed as of the day and year first above written. ATTEST: ~.._~ CL-X~ Susan Armstrong, City Clerk . CITY OF PARKLAND by: ~ger ESTHER ~:~ .flAKY by:1~ PETER TOROCSIK WITNESS: . SIGNATURE: 6~~?U (/~'!d\:t~, i Page 11 PRINT NAME: .tlfl'/fIle t7J ~ &)<dtV SIGNATURE: e4c1J. {JjAA.yL PRINT NAME: IeA~II~L 1AJ1.iSf.1t STATE OF FLORIDA } } SS. Acknowledgment of City of Parkland COUNTY OF BROWARD } ~6 The foregoing instrument was acknowledged before me this day of ~ , 1997 by Harry Mertz and Susan Armstrong, City Manager and City Clerk respectively, of the CITY OF PARKLAND, on behalf of the CITY, who are personally known 10 me. ~~ r '- ~ Nota ub~tate of Florida Print Name: A1,q.,c ( At.. 'Y ~ 13 (.,;I/TIIt, ",-rr Commission No.: GeS"or.?tfJ- My Commission Expires: " """.r. .....,..1IIncIa , MY COMIISSKIf 'CC808745 E)(I"RES . 1 0c*IIIIr II. 19119 IIOIIlED 1lIlU 1'IIDY FAIIlIl8JlWlCE. 1He. STATE OF FLORIDA } } SS. Acknowledgment of COUNTY OF BROWARD } The foregoing instrument was acknowledged before me this 31 st day of OCTOBER ,1997 by PETER TOROCSIK , of ESTHER & DAVID COMPANYon behalf of the Partnership. He is personally known to me or has produced FLORIDA DRIVER 'T622-660-47-390-0 (type of identification) as . ti I tion My Commission Expires: February . Notary Public, State of Flori Print Name: Hp-lp-n M. Lynott Commission No.: 18, 1999 APPROYEDjl.S TO FORM AND CONTENT: (i) HELEN M. LVNOn MY COMMISSION , CC 4IIMO EXPIIIES: ,...., 11. 1_ IIaIIlIId TIIIlI NoIIIy PllIIIll...... Andrew Maurodis, Esq. City Attorney Page 12 . .. Sample Menu Food & Deli Hot Dog $1.25 French Fries $1.50 Peanut Butter & Jelly $1.50 Hamburger $2.00 Cheeseburger I $2.50 Grilled Cheese $2.00 Ham & Cheese $2.50 Tuna Salad $2.75 Pizza SIice(Cheese) $1.50 Pizza Slice(Pepperoni) $1.75 Snack Foods. Chips-Cheetos. Fritos & Ooritos $0.75 Cookies $0.75 Crackers $0.75 Peanuts $1 .00 Popcorn $1.00 Soft Pretzels $1 .25 Beef Jerky $0.75 . Cand,x Air Heads. Now In Later $0.25 T wizzlers(2) $0.25 Gummy Savers, Skittles, Starburst $0.75 Candy Bars-M&M's. Snickers,Twix $0.75 Beverages Coca-Cola Diet Coke Sprite Powerade Lemonade Iced Tea Hot Chocolate Orange Juice Milk Spring Water Coffee. HOt Tea ~ (12o~ OOoz) $0.50 $1.00 $0.50 $1.00 $0.50 $'.00 $0.50 $1.00 $0.50 $1.00 $0.50 $1.00 $1.00 $1.00 $1.00 $1.25 $0.75 Frozen Yogurt & ~ Chocolate, Vanilla $1.00 $1.50 Slushy (Ieee) $1.00 $1.50 11/12/1997 08:08 56124149800 Ester & David Co. 149 NW 70 81. Boca Raton, FJ. 33487 James M. Coven Parks & Recreation Director City of Parkland 6500 Parks ide Drive Parkland, FI. 33067 PAGE l:ll .. ."',.. ~'~.a.'.: ...." ,. tJou 1\.,Q4'7 Dear James: Regarding our phone conversation the following items have been requested by the Park PatrOllS. We would like to add those items to our menu. Sincerely, ju&.~ ~~ Judith Tauszik President Bagel wI Creamcheese Bacon, Egg & Cheese on Bagel Mumn Bacon Cheeseburger Chicken Patty on Bun Chicken Tenders Cheese Fries Chilli or Bacon Cheese Fries Philly Cheesesteak Sub 1.25 2.00 1.00 3.00 2.50 3.00 2.00 2.50 4.00 Meatball Sub 3.75 Sausage. Pepper.& Onion Sub 3.75 Grilled Ham & Cheese Sub 3.50 Spagheui wi Meatballs 4.75 Baked Ziti 4.75 Beef Hotd(,lg 1.50 Jumbo Hotdog 2.00 Chmi Dog 2.00 Bowl of Soup 1.75 3601 Nurth Military Tnlil, Roca Raton, Florida 33431-5598 (5bl) 994-0770 Fa": (~ftl) 241-3552