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1999-02 Eleventh Year Recycling Grant with Broward Cty RESOLUTION NO. 99-02 A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF PARKLAND, FLORIDA, AUTHORIZING THE CITY OFFICIALS TO ENTER INTO AN AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE CITY AND BROW ARD COUNTY FOR 1998- 1999 RECYCLING GRANT PROGRAM WHEREAS, the City Commission of the City of Parkland, Florida finds and determines that it is in the best interest of the citizens of the City to enter into an agreement between Broward County and the City of Parkland for Eleventh Year Recycling and Education Grant Program. NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED BY THE CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF PARKLAND, FLORIDA: Section 1. That the appropriate City officials hereby approve entering into the El,eventh Year Recycling and Education Grant Funds agreement between Broward County and the City of Parkland. Section 2. That this Resolution shall become m full force and effect immediately upon its passage and adoption. PASSED AND ADOPTED THIS 3rd DAY OF MARCH , 1999. CITY OF PARKLAND, FLORIDA ~~ SAL PAGLIA , AYOR ATTEST: d!.......... ~ " SUSAN ARMSTRONG, C.M.~. CITY CLERK Public Works Department Office of Integrated Waste Management Recycling and Contract Administration Division 201 S, Andrews Avenue. Fort Lauderdale. FL 33301-1831 (954) 765-4202 . FAX 765-4237 December 10, 1998 Mr. Brian Archer, Environment Resources Director City of Parkland 6500 Parkside Drive Parkland, FL 33067 Dear Brian: Enclosed are three (3) copies of your Year 11 Recycling Agreement in which you were awarded $2,561. Please forward them to your city manager or mayor for execution and return all copies, along with your spending plan and authorized signature form, to me as soon as possible. No funds can be reimbursed until we have both completed forms. Upon execution by the County Commissioners, I will return one original agreement back to your city. PLEASE BE SURE THAT ARTICLE 10 - NOTICES, ON PAGE 8 OF THE AGREEMENT HAS BEEN FILLED OUT. If you have any questions, feel free to contact me at 765-4202, ext. 231. ~~ Annie McGirt Contract/Grants Administrator I Enclosure Printed on recycled paper 0 BROWARD COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS - An Equal Opportunity Employer and Provider of Services Norman Abramowitz Scott I, Cowan Suzanne N, Gunzburger Ilene Lieberman Lori Nance Parrish Sylvia Poltler John E, Rodstrom, Jr, World Wide Web: hltp://www.eo.broward.fl.us/olwm CITY OF PARKLAND 6500 PARKS IDE DRIVE . PARKLAND, FL 33067 (954) 753-5040 FAX (954) 341-5161 March 9, 1999 Ms. Annie McGirt Contract\Grants Administrator Broward County Public Works Department 201 S. Andrews Avenue Fort Lauderdale, FL 33301-1831 Re: Agreement between Broward County and City of Parkland 1998-199 Eleventh Year Recycling & Education Grant Program Dear Ms. McGirt: Enclosed please find three (3) signed copies of our Eleventh (11) Year Recycling and Education Grant Program Agreement. The Parkland City Commission unanimously approved the agreement at the March 3, 1999 City Commission meeting by Resolution No. 99-02. Also attached is the Recycling and Education Grant Authorized Signature form, FY 1998-99 (Year 11), and our spending plan. I look forward to receiving an original agreement for our files after they have been executed by Broward County. Sincerely, H~~ Deputy City Clerk Enclosures (3) CC: Judith Kilgore, Finance Director Brian Archer, Environmental Resource Director RECYCLING AND EDUCATION GRANT AUTHORIZED SIGNATURE FORM FY 1998 - 99 (YEAR 11) CITY OF PARKLAND, FLORIDA THE FOLLOWING TWO (2) PERSONS ARE THE FISCAL OFFICERS FOR THE RECYCLING PROGRAM AND ARE DESIGNATED TO MAKE FINANCIAL AUTHORIZATION ON THE CITY'S BEHALF FOR ALL MATTERS PERTAINING TO THE RECYCLING & EDUCATION GRANT FUNDS: LEVEL 1 0u...t, i /t:~ C _ l( I L' ,(!..E LEVEL 2 l) -/':;J ~- Print Name JUDITH C. KILGORE FINANCE DIRECTOR signature B4,4'" O. 4/2Li4elZ.- Print Name BRIAN D. ARCHER CITY MANAGER/ M~J{ HARRY J. MERTZ Rdltm to: Browl1I'lf CL11mty RuyclilL'] flnd Contract Administmtion Divisioll 201 S(11ttll Andrcws Avcnuc Fort Lil/(dcrnfllc, FL 33301 Altll: AI/I/ir MCGirt, contmct/ Grllllts Anministmtor I RECYCLING AND EDUCATION GRANT SPENDING PLAN FY 1998 - 99 City -Pbo-~~b Date ?7 \ b \ ;.."\"'\ 11th Year Grant Amount ~ 'Z. .Sta.\ Item Description Amount Oct Nov Dee Jan Feb Mar Apr May June July Aug Sept d) ~ 4c 'l"i cc'i \ "'2-&) · u~ . Monthly Total J 1"1. ~o 'i'-' ~t.t.tc 't.~ t.. lA"tl (..., Amount Expended l\ 1 z..f)c> ~ ~1'l9'U1~ ~ ')(Q/~!I Broward County Recycling and Contract Administration 201 South Andrews Avenue Fort Lauderdale, FL 33301 Public Works Department Office of Integrated Waste Management Recycling and Contract Administration Division 201 S. Andrews Avenue, Fort Lauderdale, FL 33301-1831 (954) 765-4202 · FAX 765-4237 Apri I 8, 1999 Mr. Brian Archer, Environmental Resources Director City of Parkland 6500 Parkside Drive Parkland, FL 33067 Dear Brian: Enclosed is your signed copy of the Year 11 Recycling & Education Grant Agreement. Please see that it gets to the proper person in your city. If I can be of assistance this year, please do not hesitate to call me at 765- 4202, ext. 231. J:Jn~ Annie McGirt rp- Contracts/Grants Administrator I Enclosure C' c ~ Jj.u'l-~~... (!.~eLL~-t:rv '~'-L~-Jo1,~.L ~d- Printed on recycled paper BROWARD COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS - An Equal Opportunity Employer and ProvIder of Service. Norman Abramowitz Scott I. Cowan Suzanne N, Gunzburger Kristin D. Jacobs Ilene Lieberman Lori Nance Parrish John E. Rodstrom. Jr. VIsit us on the Intemet: www.co.broward.fl.us/olwm AGREEMENT between BROW ARB COUNTY and CITY OF PARKLAND for ELEVENTH YEAR RECYCLING AND EDUCATION GRANT FUNDS AGREEMENT BETWEEN BROWARD COUNTY AND CITY OF PARKLAND FOR ELEVENTH YEAR RECYCLING GRANT PROGRAM This Agreement for Eleventh Year Recycling Grant Funds hereinafter referred to as "Agreement" is entered into by and between BROWARD COUNTY, a political subdivision of the State of Florida, hereinafter referred to as "COUNTY," AND CITY OF PARKLAND, a municipal corporation of the State of Florida hereinafter referred to as "CITY." WITNESSETH IN CONSIDERATION of the foregoing premises and the mutual terms and conditions herein, COUNTY and CITY hereby agree as follows: ARTICLE 1 - DEFINITIONS 1.1 AGREEMENT. This Agreement between the specified CITY and COUNTY for 1998-1999 Recycling Grant Program. 1.2 CITY. The municipality in the State of Florida specified in this Agreement. 1.3 CONTRACT ADMINISTRATOR. The Director of the Broward County Recycling and Contract Administration Dj'vision. 1.4 COUNTY. Broward County, a body corporate and politic and political subdivision of the State of Florida. 1.5 DEPARTMENT. Florida Department of Environmental Protection. 1.6 GRANT AGREEMENT. The Agreement between the Department and COUNTY awarding 1998-1999 Recycling Grant Funds to the COUNTY. ARTICLE 2 - SCOPE OF SERVICES 2.1 CITY agrees to provide and implement the grant project(s), proposed in its Fiscal Year (FY) 1998-1999 grant application, hereinafter collectively referred to as "Project. " The grant application listing the projects is attached as Exhibit "A." 2.2 CITY shall submit to COUNTY a detailed spending plan, hereinafter referred to as "Plan," for the Project which shall include a detailed work schedule, estimated cash flow requirements, and proposed work output measures. The Plan sheil! be submitted to COUNTY with this Agreement. Thereafter, the Plan may be updated and submitted fifteen (15) days after the close of each financial quarter for the grant period. This Plan shall be used to guide the implementation of the Project by the CITY and to monitor and evaluate the Project by COUNTY and Board. 2.3 Any equipment purchased by CITY with grant funds must be dedicated to the grant programs for the life of the equipment. All equipment procured with grant funds will be titled and tagged to the CITY and included on CITY's asset listing. ARTICLE 3 - TERM OF AGREEMENT 3.1 This Agreement shall be effective upon proper execution by COUNTY and CITY and shall remain in effect until all allocated funds have been disbursed to Contract Communities but no later than January 31,2000, unless terminated earlier pursuant to Article 7 of this Agreement. 3.2 Grant funds allocated to CITY shall be used by CITY for Project related costs incurred between October 1, 1998, and September 30, 1999, if paid by September 30, 1999. ARTICLE 4 - PROJECT FUNDING 4.1 CITY shall provide any additional funds required to fully implement the proposed Project. The budget for the Project is described and set forth in Exhibit "A." 4.2 The amount payable by COUNTY to CITY under this Agreement shall be Two Thousand Five Hundred Sixty-one Dollars ($2,561.00). All payments by COUNTY to CITY under this Agreement shall be contingent upon the COUNTY receiving grant funds provided for in the Grant Agreement. 2 4.3 To the extent the Florida Department of Environmental Protection, hereinafter referred to as "DEP," pays grant funds to the COUNTY for the Project in the form of a reimbursement, the COUNTY shall reimburse the CITY such grant funds. Reimbursements shall be made by the COUNTY to the CITY upon receipt of funds by the COUNTY. 4.4 To the extent that the CITY does not use grant funds or adequately document spending plans in accordance with Section 2.2, the COUNTY may reallocate uncommitted funds in compliance with the recommendation of the Technical Advisory Committee, hereinafter referred to as "TAC," without a formal contract amendment. CITY shall have the opportunity to appear before TAC prior to a reallocation. ARTICLE 5 - REQUESTS FOR REIMBURSEMENT AND METHOD OF PAYMENT 5.1 CITY shall submit to COUNTY monthly its request for reimbursement or report on the expenditure of allocated funds in the form of an original Report of Recycling and Education Grant Expenditures Form, more specifically described as set forth in Exhibit "B," as it may be modified from time to time in order for the COUNTY to comply with requirements of the DEP, along with copies of invoices and other expenditure support documentation as required by COUNTY. The reimbursement requests shall include all costs from October 1, 1998 to September 3D, 1999. 5.2 CITY shall submit to COUNTY monthly its recovery of recycled material, other than that which is sent to the Materials Recovery Facility, on the Monthly Recycling Report Form more specifically described and as set forth in Exhibit "C," as it may be modified from time to time in order to comply with requirements of the DEP, along with copies of other recovery support documentation as required by COUNTY. 5.3 CITY shall maintain accurate records of all Project revenue and expenditures including grant and any additional funds used and shall make available such records at all reasonable times for inspection, review, and audit by the COUNTY and DEP. Records shall be kept for at least three (3) years. 5.4 CITY shall include the grant funds received from COUNTY in CITY's annual audit performed under the Single Audit Act (A 128). 5.5 CITY shall submit to the COUNTY a report listing items purchased with grant funds costing an amount greater than Five Hundred Dollars ($500.00) within thirty (30) days after purchase of the item. 3 5.6 Should the DEP terminate the Grant Agreement, refuse a request for reimbursement, or demand a refund due to the COUNTY or CITY not maintaining accurate records or making non-allowable expenditures, or for any other reason, the party causing the loss shall be responsible, as between the COUNTY and CITY, for any amount lost, not reimbursed, or refunded. 5.7 CITY shall submit its final request for reimbursement or report on the expenditure of Grant funds on the Report of Recycling and !=ducation Grant Expenditures Form to COUNTY no later than September 10, 1999. 5.8 CITY shall submit proof of funds encumbered (copy of requisition or purchase order) by August 1, 1999, for r~maining Recycling Grant Funds. 5.9 COUNTY and CITY agree to comply with DEP's rules concerning grant funds. A copy of the Grant Guidelines is included in Exhibit "D." 5.10 CITY shall notify COUNTY at least sixty (60) days prior to disposing of any piece of equipment, with an original purchase price of Five Hundred Dollars ($500.00) or more, purchased with grant funds. COUNTY shall have the right to purchase from CITY such pieces of equipment at any time during the sixty (60) day notice period for Twenty Dollars ($20.00). In the event COUNTY elects to purchase such equipment, CITY shall take any and all acts necessary to convey title free of any and all encumbrances. ARTICLE 6 - EVALUATION AND MONITORING 6.1 CITY agrees that COUNTY will carry out periodic monitoring and evaluation activities. Such evaluation will be based on the terms of this Agreement, the Grant Agreement, Department policies, rules, and regulations. 6.2 CITY shall attend quarterly meetings with COUNTY or submit written quarterly progress reports to COUNTY describing the status of Plan implementation. The failure to attend all such meetings or submit such reports shall be grounds for denial of reimbursement to CITY by COUNTY for grant expenditures. ARTICLE 7 - TERMINATION , 7.1 This Agreement is subject to the availability of funds. Should funds no longer be available, this Agreement may be terminated by either the COUNTY or CITY on ten (10) days' notice. 7.2 If, through any cause, CITY fails to commence work on the Project within sixty (60) days after execution of this Agreement or fails to fulfill in a timely and proper 4 manner its obligations under this Agreement, or if CITY violates any of the covenants, agreement, or stipulations of this Agreement, COUNTY shall thereupon have the right to terminate this Agreement or suspend payment in whole or in part by giving CITY notice and specifying an effective date at least ten (10) days before the effective date of termination or suspension. COUNTY shall exercise such right only upon recommendation of the Resource Recovery Board. 7.3 Notwithstanding the above, CITY shall not be relieved of liability to COUNTY for damages sustained by COUNTY by virtue of any breach of this Agreement by CITY, and COUNTY may withhold any payments to CITY, for the purposes of set off until such time as the exact amount of damages is determined, provided however that CITY damages to the COUNTY shall not exceed monies paid to CITY by COUNTY hereunder. 7.4 In the best interest of the Resource Recovery Board's overall recycling and education program or Project, either party may terminate this Agreement upon giving thirty (30) days' notice of its intent and stating its reasons for doing so. 7.5 In the event of termination, CITY shall submit a final request for reimbursement or report on the unspent grant funds on the Report of Recycling and Education Grant Expenditures Form to COUNTY within thirty (30) days. With this final report, CITY shall return to COUNTY any reimbursed funds paid to CITY by COUNTY, which were from the DEP for any and all expenditures deemed not directly related to the grant funds. The COUNTY shall in turn return such funds to the DEP under the terms of this Grant Agreement. ARTICLE 8 - INDEMNIFICATION CLAUSE CITY is a state agency as defined in Chapte~ 768.28, Florida Statutes, and agrees to be fully responsible for acts and omissions of its agents or employees to the extent permitted by law. Nothing herein is intended to serve as a waiver of sovereign immunity by any party to which sovereign immunity may be applicable. Nothing herein shall be construed as consent by a state agency or political subdivision of the State of Florida to be sued by third parties in any matter arising out of this Agreement or any other contract. 5 ARTICLE 9 - MISCEllANEOUS 9.1 SUCCESSION OF AGREEMENT. This Agreement and the rights and obligations contained herein shall inure to the benefit of and be binding upon the parties hereto and their respective successors and assigns. 9.2 EXECUTION DATE. The date of execution of this Agreement shall mean the last day upon which it becomes fully executed by CITY and COUNTY. 9.3 SURVIVAL. Any rights either party may have in the event it terminates this Agreement pursuant to the terms hereof shall survive such termination. 9.4 JOINT PREPARATION. The preparation of this Agreement has been a joint effort of the parties, and the resulting document shall not, solely as a matter of judicial construction, be construed more severely against one of the parties than the other. 9.5 FURTHER ASSURANCE. CITY and COUNTY agree to execute, acknowledge, deliver and cause to be done, executed, acknowledged, and delivered all such further documents and perform such acts as shall reasonably be requested of it to carry out this Agreement and give effect hereto. Accordingly, without in any manner limiting the specific rights and obligations set forth in this Agreement, the parties declare their intention to cooperate with each other in effecting the terms of this Agreement. 9.6 TIME IS OF THE ESSENCE. For the purposes herein, the parties agree that time shall be of the essence in this Agreement and the representations and warranties made are all material and of the essence in this Agreement. 9.7 CAPTIONS AND PARAGRAPH HEADINGS. Captions and paragraph headings contained in this Agreement are for convenience and reference only and in no way define, describe, extend, or limit the scope or intent of this Agreement, nor the intent of any provisions hereof. 9.8 NO WAIVER. No waiver of any provision in this Agreement shall be effective unless it is in writing, signed by the party against whom it is asserted, and any such written waiver shall only be applicable to the specific instance to which it relates and shall not be deemed to be a continuing or future waiver. I 9.9 COUNTERPARTS. This Agreement may be executed in one or more counterparts, each of which shall be deemed to be an original but all of which shall constitute one and the same Agreement. 6 9.10 GENDER. All terms and words used in this Agreement, despite the number and gender in which used, shall be deemed to include any other gender or number as the context or the use thereof may require. 9.11 ENTIRE AGREEMENT. This Agreement incorporates and includes all prior negotiations and understandings applicable to the matters contained herein. The parties agree that this Agreement constitutes the entire understanding and agreement between the parties and supersedes previous Agreements. 9.12 MODIFICATION AND AMENDMENTS. This Agreement may not be changed, altered, or modified except by an instrument in writing signed by all parties against whom enforcement of such change would be sought. COUNTY and CITY agree to amend this Agreement to conform with changes in DEP guidelines and rules and regulations and amendments to the Grant Agreement governing the Project. 9.13 SEVERABILITY. In the event any term or provision of this Agreement shall be determined by appropriate judicial authority to be illegal or otherwise invalid, such provision shall be given its nearest legal meaning or be construed or deleted as such authority determines, and the remainder of this Agreement shall be construed to be in full force and effect. 9.14 EXHIBITS. All exhibits attached hereto contain additional terms of this Agreement and are incorporated as if fully set forth herein. Typewritten provisions inserted in this form or attached hereto shall control all printed provisions in conflict therewith. 9.15 GOVERNING LAW. This Agreement shall be construed and interpreted according to the laws of the State of Florida and venue with respect to any litigation shall be Broward County, Florida. 9.16 ASSIGNMENT. This Agreement, or any interest herein, shall not be assigned, transferred or otherwise encumbered, under any circumstances by CITY without the prior written consent of COUNTY. However, the Agreement shall run to the Broward County Government or its successors. 9.17 RELATIONSHIP OF THE PARTIES. Except as set forth herein, no party to this agreement shall have any responsibility whatsoever with respect to services provided or contractual obligations assumed by the other party. CITY is and shall be in the performance of all work, services, and activities under this agreement independent, and not an employee, agent, or servant of COUNTY. All persons engaged in any of the work or services performed pursuant to this Agreement shall at all times and in all places be subject to CITY's sole discretion, supervision, and control. CITY shall exercise control over the means and manner in which it and its employees perform the work, and in all respects CITY's relationship and the 7 relationship of its employees to COUNTY shall be that of an independent and not as employees or agents. ARTICLE 10 - NOTICES Whenever either party desires to give notice unto the other, it must be given by written notice, sent by registered United States mail, with return receipt requested, addressed to the party for whom it is intended, at the place last specified. The place for giving notice shall remain the same until it shall have been changed by written notice complying with the provisions of this paragraph. For the present, the parties designate the following as the respective places for giving notice, to-wit: FOR COUNTY: Broward County Office of Integrated Waste Management Recycling and Contract Administration Division Attention: Director 201 South Andrews Avenue Fort Lauderdale, Florida 33301 FOR CITY: MAYOR SAL PAGLIARA CTTV OF PARKLAND 6500 PARKSIDE DRIVE PARKLAND. FL 33067 ARTICLE 11 - UNCONTROLLABLE FORCES Neither COUNTY nor CITY shall be considered to be in default of this Agreement if delays' in or failure of performance shall be due to Uncontrollable Forces, the effect of which, by the exercise of reasonable diligence, the nonperforming party could not avoid. The term "Uncontrollable Forces" shall mean any event which results in the prevention or delay of performance by a party of its obligations under this Agreement and which is beyond the reasonable control of the nonperforming party. It includes, but is not limited to fire, flood, hurricanes, storms, lightning, epidemic, war, riot, civil disturbance, sabotage, and governmental actions. .' Neither party shall, however, be excused from performance if nonperformance is due to forces which are preventable, removable, or remediable and which the nonperforming party could have, with the exercise or reasonabfe diligence, prevented, removed or remedied with reasonable dispatch. The nonperforming party shall, within a 8 reasonable time of being prevented or delayed from performance by an uncontrollable force, give written notice to the other party describing the circumstances and uncontrollable forces preventing continued performance of the obligations of this Agreement. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the parties have made and executed this Agreement on the respective dates under each signature: BROWARD COUNTY through its BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS, signing by and ~ugh its Chair or Vice Chair, authorized to execute same by Board action on the /,;.. M- day of ..} ~ ' 199-1-, and CITY OF PARKLAND signing by and through its Ma r/Manager duly authorized to execute same. COUNTY ATTEST: /{. , hrough its OMMISSIONERS County Administrator an ~ f'ffi. i CI>. C of the Board of County C~r1l.ionfM5. ~: ~ ~.. . of Broward County, Flori \~ '. ~l ~ day of _ .. :1t.b 0'.. I ..'1"D c...-".., ~... .. UUl"_.,.' _tl ......... ~~ . , "* t!I""'- . ",,,,,,,,,,.,,,. Approved as to form by the Office of County Attorney, Broward County, Florida RUSSELL J. MORRISON, Interim County Attorney Governmental Center, Suite 423 115 South Andrews Avenue Fort Lauderdale, Florida 33301 Telephone: (954) 357-7600 Telecopier: (954) 357-6968 ,199-2.... Bg~_~ JUDITH C. ELFONT Assistant County Attorney 9 AGREEMENT BETWEEN BROWARD COUNTY AND CITY OF PARKLAND FOR ELEVENTH YEAR RECYCLING GRANT PROGRAM CITY ATTEST: (J ~ (:j. --.)~~.. ~ t . Clerk Susan Armstro CITY OF PARKLAND BY_&~~~ ayorlOf Sal Pagliara (SEAL) 5tbjay of March ,19~. AP~ OR Andrew Maurodis, Esq. JCE:dp Recyc. a 19 12/8/98 #98-081.18 10 .. BROWARD COUNTY YEAR 11 (FY1998 · 99) RECYCLING at EDUCATION GRANT APPLICATION Name of City: City of Parkland Official Address of City: 6500 Parkside Drive, Parkland, FL, 33067 Telephone Number: 954. 753.5447 Name and Signature of Authorized Official: ~~ Harry J. Mertz, City ManaRer Name (Print) Si nat r . Name of Recycling Contact Person: Brian D. Archer Address: 6500 Parkside Drive, Parkland, FL, 33067 Telephone Number: 954. 753.5447 Employer Identification Number: 59-1521506 Is recycling mandatory in your municipality? Commercial Residential Yes X X No SUMMARY OF RECYCLING EXPENSES FOR YEAR 11 Please give a short description of Grant funds to City funds to Total how grant funds will be used be expended be expended Special Mailing to Residen s to Promote Recycling $2,559 Total Funds PLEASE RETURN THE COMPLETED APPLICATION TO THE ADDRESS BELOW NO LATER THAN JULY 24, 1998. Recycling and Contract Administration Divisio!1 201 South Andrews Avenue Fort Lauderdale, Florida 33301 Att. Jim Bock, Manager, Recycling Programs Please give a concise summary of your recycling programs and projects planned for Year II including residential (single/multi-family) and commercial programs. Please give enough detail to be used in our grant application. The City of Parkland residents, recycle clear glass, aluminum arid bi-metal cans, newspaper~, and plastics numbers one through six. All materials are collected in an 18 gallon container, and picked up curbside, one every other week. Cardboard may also be recycled by bringing them to City Hall. Describe your municipalities procurement policies that promote purchase of recycled content products. Please include when the policies began, whether the policies are mandatory or voluntary, and what kind of materials are purchased. Also describe any problems or obstacles to increased procurement of recycled materials in your city. PLEASE PROVIDE COPIES OF ANY ORDINANCES OR WRITTEN POLICIES PROMOTING PURCHASE OF RECYCLED CONTENT PRODUCTS. The City of Parkland has an ~nformal policy to purchase recyclable materials, as long as prices are competitive with other products. All paper goods, such as, toilet paper, paper towls, coffee cups, and water cups are recyclable and made from recycled materials. Copy paper that is 100% recyclable is approximately $10.00 a case more than the 50% recyclable paper that we purchase. 2 Discuss a best guess estimate of the potential impact on your program of a 50% and 100% cut in the grant. Include parts of your program that would be cut back or eliminated, what parts of your programs would become priorities and be funded through local revenue sources and an estimate of how tonnages might be affected. Increased cost to the residents. ATTACHED ARE 2 TABLES FOR YOU TO COMPLETE FOR YOUR CITY(completed samples are on the back). 3 TABLE 8 LOCAL GOVERNMENT PROGRAM COST SUMMARY (a) (October 1, 1991. 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" . . .:.....:::~~~l:f~;:~}f:;~~~;;f:~$~~:~$ '0 :*=~1~f~~:~~~*~;~~:~t;~t~::~::::()t::..~: ::'. ~r~~~~*~~~~~!;~Z~1~~~;~i)1f~t:~~f;:1\~~;[.~: 0 f i~~~~~;~~~~:f:~~J~~~t~i~:~~~~i~~~~~~~~~;~*ri~l~~:~;J?:\;' o. 00 ?~ :?::r: "::::~:y::: I ;~;~~"f::?~~~~;;~:~:~~~;~~r;;;;~~:~~J::~~~~;;~~t~f:~}122 ,:770 ~ c.>og 1'~1if:~i~~f:~itIt~~i~~~~~*;~~~f~~it2"2~:11o :-~ Ii}. /.. Our oN)..1 I(~erca./ r~ I' ~ (Al InlormAtlon requtSled In thl> Ubla should Include cost dab lor bolh lha county governmanllnd lfIe participating municipalities round wllhln Its bordars. (0) O;"[,clal April 1. 1996 G~rno(. Q(f,ee populalloo nllmate. (C) InCIUOe an dollar> spenl or commined via a purchUe craer t7f lhe Io<:al government on re<:ycling programs dUllng Ihe county ~scal year, (d) A(':'f IOC<oI reYenuf:'S (non-A&E grants) aucll os Up 'e~.actvalorem laxes. 'pecial asseumenls. re<:ycling ,.... "'a WllSle disposal bill, malenal S4ln r~nue elc..apenl on Ihe rtc)'Cling program, (e) Fund. 'penlana encumbered lor the ac:qulsftlon o/re<;ycllng equipment ana recycling 'acllities. . (I) Pu::>lic:rf runoe<l aflO operate<l enliUes auch as " CO~Jnly 0( city go.tt. rC9lonal planning councilS. pulllic unr,.,,~ilies. school Doards. etc. May Include conlra'" or purcha~ orde" ~n PUblic enlilies, (;) F ,,~.cs ';:>':rot ana encumbete<l forlhe acqllis~1on 01 seMces relating 10 the COllection. procnsing. marketing and ules 01 recrc1e<l maleria/. (nJ Privalet,' cwne<l ano opec ale<:: enlnies. Including l\Ofl-pro/'R oroanlullons, tonlrllCle<l or relaineathrough a purChase crder 10 prcMae seMen or prOducts to tile local go.ttlcr its rtc)'Cling program. (i) Funos 'pent ana encumoereo lor lfle ac:quisition 0( PlaMIng anellor engineering preducls 01 services relaling 10 Ihe re<:ycling program, U1 Funds 0"";11 ana encumoereo lor Ihe ac:qulsftlon 0( educaUonal preduc:ls or ~l"<ion lor SCl\OOls or me general public relaling 10 the recycling progrllm, (k) Alltemalning Ra.E grant /una. not spent 0( encumbered during llle county (Iseal year. .' - ---- \ \ \ \ FOEP \ TABLE 9 TIMETABLE FOR THE CONTINUED DEVELOPMENT and IMPLEMENTA nON OF RECYCLlNGNYASTE REDUCTION PROGRAMS (October 1,1991. September 3D, ~)~o"c:> Nole: Refer 10 Granl A Jlcallon Item 5 ':t:t:~tj"B'E'N': CArkF,jtE::$e.fo'r~::':'U~hi(r:::'bU R6l\',do"'ii8t:ilne ta:n:..".for'rr{~lS?do:h:oreRfennr6rrn-Wo:rrin::s}iaded,area's:::>:: I COUNTY: 1::::::;:::mti$.fWFf8:Ma[}tt::;:::}lf:::::1 Seclor Pro ram Elements FFY Ocl. Noy. Dec. Jan. Feb. Mar. ~id,Q!fE~[lily.}1;mIMtiN;t:i!at:t:t:{r6t:;:, ItM~ t.l~t~t MMK @}@: t{::::H iilli{ 1. Cvft&'~~ae. 2. '(2.e<:-'l c..l.t "'''' 3~ 4. , 5. 6. Muffi~F'amily .. ..... ,", 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. o I ,I I' ii r J 'i !, II II I , i I I II ,I II II ,I ., 'I II i' .J I' ,I Ii II \, II I, l! {{II "'1 II II Ii :;::::::::::;:;:.::?:;::{::;:i::~t:::;:ti::l:i;I;: :-!.@:n~ t1:~i,t~ :f.[il:' jM$(;:~M~~:i: :::!::j:i;::;::: IrWt ... 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. i ~.~~!;;~~0 ,~[:.'!:.:)::,::f:~::::;:;::::::::;::;i::;::;;::::::i;::;::If:::,;,1::::;i,:: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. JtMt: .;:::;:;:::;:::;;' ;:::::;:;::'::-::" :::::':::::::'::., ................. }~~~~~~:i~. ;:;t;.~~~1;i~~~~~ i~\j~~i~i~~~~~~i;: :;i~~~~j~~i~~;: " ;~;~;~~~~]~i ~I~~~ .i~ It~1: )~~ti~1~ ~~~t:1~1~r:i!; ~!~I~~~i~*i:; /]lt~, I , I I (.) Use Ihis lisl or cvonls. Addilional ovonl may bo used and should be IIsled below. P . Planned. R . Procured. 0 . OperaUng, H . Hiring Key Slarr. C . Conlracllnll Cor Servlc~. M . ExOCuling Jo..'..1rkeling Agrecmer.ls Add/(Ionll evenls: ". . "\ \ ~~\)l t;.aii~1101 J...i!It: . ~<s--- '('.~~~ i;lORX:" J ~ '~ : ; Department of Environmental Protection EXHIBIT 8 l.1wton Chiles Governor Twin T owc,'S omce Building 2600 Blair Scone Road Tallahassee. Florida 32399-2400 Virginia B Weth . erell Secre~ry DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION RECYCLING AND EDUCATION GRANT QUARTERLY/MONTHLY REIMBURSEMENT REQUEST 1. Grantee: 2. Grant Number: RE99-04 3. Payment Request Number: 4. Expenditures from to 5. Cumulative from to .. G. (a) Capital Costs-Equipment (b) Capital Costs-Solid Waste Weight Scales (c) Capital Costs-Construction (d) Capital Costs-Other - 7. (a) Operating Subsidies-Salaries (b) Operating Subsidies-Fringe Benefits ._--- (c) Operating Subsidies-Contracts ,---_. (d) Operating Subsidies-Other - B_ (a) Recycling Planning Studies --.- (I) I Recycling Pilot Projects --- 9, (a) Education Planning Studies L -- I I I I ------,----.- ..____n____ ...__________. ...__.___.1..__'.n._..__.. -_______...J (Ill EeJli(:;111011 Pilot ProJC~cts j ; I - --. ---____,_____,......:..______ -.__ _____.. _____ _ __________1.___ _ ------.--____,__J 10 I otdl r::q)cnclit\I((~s i ~ . - . ~----- ~_.- .------------/ --, ----------~- --- - ----.- --.1-~-.~-- ---~--- 11. Grant Award I 12, -Pno-~.f<e-i~b;,~~.e-n-:;~-r~'t~ ----,-.- - ____..__h____, :~. -~~~irs~~:~~~;,:;.;,~~~~~--F- ~=~=--=-~ ..- .___1 l~j, ELl!.Jlle., ')1/\'.'/'1/<1 1 '- -j Page 2 Grant Number Payment Request Number In requesting this payment the undersigned represents that he/she is duly authorized to act on behalf of the recipient. Signature of Authorized Representative (Not Stamp) Date Please return ori~i.nal to: Annie McGirt, Contract/Grants Adm;n. Recycling and Contract Administration 201 South Andrews Avenue Fort Lauderdale, Fl 33301 5/97 . ...... ..... ........ BROWARD COUNTY . MONTHLY RECYCl.ING REPORT. EXHIBIT C 1. Municipality 2. Date 3. Mailing Address 4. Contact(s) S. Telephone Number: 6. Fax. Number: 7. Month Com modi 13. Broker Newspaper Commingled. G/.. AI.. PI., etc. Glass Aluminum Cans Plastic Bottles Steel Cans Const. & Demo. Debris Yardwaste White oods Tires Other lastics Ferrous Metals Non-ferrous Cardboard Office Paper Other P er Food Wastes Textiles Miscellaneous I ~ .:;:::::::::::: ::::=:::::::::::::::~:::;::: ::::::::::::::::::::: ................................................................. .................................."""........................ '!!'!!,\u!,!m\!;!!:i!!'!!:!;!:!;:,!!!! ;;!m:;!;':;!;m;:; ....."..........-.".............................................. ... ......".......". ................................................. ',' .......................................... ........................"....................... .. .. '.' .. . '."' .. ......... .. Number of Units Serviced 14, S'inglG F~m;ly ~____ /15. Multi-Family _______ 16, Commercial 1/. Set Out Rate: ________..___ (Single family onlV) 18, Number of Drep-Off locations INSTRUCTIONS .r ~ .~: " ~:. . .:. 1. through 7. Self Explanator.y 8. Single Family: The amount in tons of each commodity reCYcled by curbside collection from residences, including mUltipl~ family dwellings receiving curbside collection. 9. Multi-Family: The amount in tons of -each commodity recYcled through on-site collection services dedicated to mUlti-family residences. 10. Drop-off: collection charge. The amount in tons of each commodity delivered to areas des i gna ted for use by the publ i cat no 11. Comm'T (Commercial): The amount in tons of each recycled commod; ty collected from businesses by ci ty trucks, or through contracts let by the city. 12. Other: The amount in tons of any commodity not reported in columns 8, 9, 10 or 11 13. Broker: Name of the recycl ing company receiving each commodity if other than the SFI MRF. 14. Single: The total number of residences with access to your curbside collection program. 15. Mu 1 t i : access The total number of multi-family residences to on-site recycling-collection as defined in 9. with 16. Commercial: The total number, of businesses participating in recycl ing in your ci ty and whose tonnage was included in item 11 , 17. Set Out Rate: The percentage of single family residences from which matertals were actually collected. 18. Number of Drop -Off 1 oca t ions: materials may be dropped off. The number of sites where This form must be completed and mailed by the tenth business day of. each month to: R e c y c 1 i n 9 and Con t r- act Adm i n i s t rat ion 0 1'.' l\TTN P.;'!cyci ing Statist ;cs 201 Sout~l Andrews Ave, Ft Lauderdale, FL 33301 Please ca 1 I Roxanne Ga 111 ch 1 0 (305) 765 - <1202 EXT 2.30 1 f you have any q LJ e ::; t 1 0:1 S _ Department ef EXHIBIT' 0 Environmental Protection "- Lawton Chiles Governor Twin Towers Office Building 2.600 Blair Stone Road Tallahassee. Florida )2399-2400 RECYCLING & EDUCATION GRANT AGREEME~IT Virgioia 8. We_L u~e"'ell SecreQry FOR STATE ASSISTANCE UNDER SECTION 403.1095, FLORIDA STATUTES PART I - GRANT NOTIFICATION INFORMATION 1. Grant Number: RE99-04 2. Date ot Award: July 1, 1998 3. Grant Title: SOLID WASTE RECYCLING AND EDUCATtON GRANT 4. Grant Period: October i, 1998 - September 30, 1999 5. Grant Amount: 5 923,564 Sase ~ortion: Incentive ?oLtion: Recvclinq and Education $333,792 5589,772 Total Grant ~~ount: 5923,554 5. Grantee {s} : ?-.cdress: S?"OW."'RD COUNTY 115 ScuthAndrews Avenue Ft. Lauce~dale, Florida, 33301 7. Federal Employer Identificacion Number: 59-6000531 8. Auchorized Representative: Na.rne: Roge~ De5j~~1~is Cou~cy Admi~~5~~a~o~ 'Ti.::.l:: ?~O[1e: 954-35"7-,350 C~~~2.Ct. ?e::-son: ~.; e.~~~ : ji:11 3o~:~: :\::::.dC-255 : Manage=, ~ecycli~g ?~og~am5 2Q~ Sa~~h Ar~~=2ws A~;enue .- :: .? :..~ :.: ::.. ~ -== , :->:;'::..~jil, , . .'" ~ J .i .i '.,J ~. .- :~ ~.~ 'j :~ !.;: ,: : ."~ ...'-J. ;.'j':::..~ :.>J.:.)"::"=ll:!.:.)r~ G.. !:'::~~::::~'2(3j :: :-':JI~~ 0 ~:: ~':: -;"2..L .~.:):':'" ~ lCl:l- . . , , . ? --: ~~ ~: .L :: :~ :.:~:1 ~: -:; :.: : ::\:"l'.: :. , ;'.2.:. , _ .;~j': _ :~'.; -:)C: ~ '~::.'!: .:Lor.i.dc:: c;e~;,,:~:::'.:;ne;l~ 8( :-:n',/i.cO;'~l\~~:~r..:-:.~ ?:'::J::';::c~:!.on i3i.:c':~:1!.: ':J:" :~:)~:.c .:~~~:_-: :~d:7.=1r:da'~.0 r.-/,J..~;:~'~ ) ~.~;){} ;.; ~ i" :~::-:;n:~ ?O..l.~,~ 't ~ . :'i. . ;;..'.:' :' ) '.J :,' : '..: _ ~ ~} 1') I.} .- ? ,~ 0: PART II - GRANT CONDITIONS A. GENE~~L CONDITIONS: 1. The method of payment, for the period October 1, 1998 through September 30, 1999, will be on a reimbursement basis only. 2. The grantee shall elect to submit reimbursement requests On either a monthly or quarterly basis. The method chosen shall be followed for the entire grant period. An original of the reimbursement .- request, with summaries and appropriate contracts attached, shall be due on the last day of the month following the end of the reporting period (monthly or quarterly). Each reimbursement request shall be submitted in detail sufficient for pre audit and post audit review. 3. Grant funds may be expended through September 30, 1999. AEinal reimbursement request must be submitted no later than October 31, 1999. 4. Reimbursement requests must be signed by the desig~ated Authorized Representative. This should be the same person who signed the grant agreement. If there is a change in the authorized representative during the grant period, the Department must be notified of the new representative b~ resolution o~ minutes of a commission meeting. 5. Expenditures shall be limited to allowable items as listed in Section 62-715.430 of the Solid Waste Grants Program Rule: (a) Solid waste recycling grants shall be used to provide funding for recycling program capital costs, which include equipment purchases, solid waste scaLes, facility construction and other such costs approved by the Department. (b) Grant funds may also be used for ope~ating subsidies, provided that the applicanc shall demonstrate that such a use is necessary for the success of the recycling program, and shall show how the subsidy will benefit the program. (e) Recycling granc funds shall be used Eor projects to assist local governments in recycling paper, glass, plastic, const~~ction and demolition debris, white goods, and metals and in compos~ing and recycling ~he o~qan~c ~aterial com?o~ent of ~unici?al solid ~asce, (d) Solid was~e education granc funds sha~l ~e ~52ct to ?~omote ~acycLing, voLume red~ction, proper disposal of 50lLd wastes, a~d macket develo~ment Eo~ recyciabta matecials. Up to 30 percen~ of qranc funds may be used for ?lanninq 5~:~i25 to =5~,~S5 th~ fi:~as.i.bi.Li.ty and 5ucce~5 of th~ r2cycll~g and educacion pcograms, (...~) .'\LL .~:.-;~.sc.~;'\q f)u::,Li.c :3,;'"1(j pr:1.'''/::lt.:r~ 'c2cyclL~q ~.:!:!."".:.l5t:=uct~r.e .:;;ld~_1. :)'.: L''..1~~:' '.lsed '':0 r:.t'i~ €::;;::::.~j'~_~ po:.j:;:..:):..~ ..,:!'.~:l pt!J:1n:.nq a~ci :.!:!.:): .:~!:~.:::';; ':;.::; :~;'\:! J.OC.-1:. ..];).'....;:..;l:::I(~n~.:. :::-;~.:.:. : :~"'j :"':"':)q~~.:l:;\:'j :.:"und:; . : :, ' ~ . "0,1'-._' ;." 6. Each recipient of grant funds shall maintain accurate records Of all expenditures of grant funds and shall assure that these records are available at all reasonable times for inspection, review or audit by Department personnel and other personnel authorized by the Department. ,Records shall be kept for a period of at least J years following the end of the grant period. The grantee agrees that it will expeditiously initiate and complete the program work for which assistance has been awarded under this agreement in accordance with all applicable provisions of Florida statutes and the Florida Administrative Code. 7. Allowable costs may be charged to this agreement beginning either October 1, 1998, or the date this agreement is fully executed, whichever date is later. 8. Grant funds shall be included in the grantee's Annual Audit performed under the Single Audit Act (~128). Any subgrants made by the grantee shall also include a provision for the subgranted funds to be included in the subgrantee's Annual Single Audit. A copy of all Single Audits, shall be submitted to the Department of Environmental Protection, Solid Waste Section, by March 31st of each year. 9. The Department has the right to terminate a grant award and demand refund of grant funds for non-compliance w~th the terms of the award or the Solid Waste Grants Program Rule 52-716. Such action may also result in the Department declaring the local government ineligible for further participation in the ?~ogr~~ until the local government complies with the terms of the grant award. 10. Grantee shall obtain all necessary construction-related permits before initiating construction. 11. The State of Florida's performance and obL~gat~on to pay under this grant agreement is contingent upon receLpt of funds presently anticipated from the =lorLda Department 'of Revenue. 12. Travel expenses Lncurred are included in the amount of this grant and no additional travel expenses will be du~horized. ~ny requests for reimbursement of travel expenses must be subm~tted in accordance with SectLon 112.061, Florida Scatutes. 13. Tt1e D~pa=ttnent reserves the right co un~late:al~i =ancet ~:~~s contract for refusal by the grantee to aLLow ?ubLL~ acces~; :0 all_ d9cumell~51 papecs1 lecta~s, O~ other ma~e~~~l subj~ct to ~he ?~OVL5ions oE'Chapte~ 119, Flo~Lda 5tat~t25, 3~d !nade or ~ece~ved by ct,e q~ai\Cee in conjunc~icn with this q~a!~t. l'J. "rt'e G~ant~~~ is pCO~ll.i)iced tcorn using g~a;\t funds to= ~~'3 plJ~pOSe of lo~)byL['g ~he Legisla~u~e or a Sta~e Aqel1cy, Grant # RE99-04 OFFER AND ACCEPTANCE The State of Florida, acting by and through the Department of Environmental Protection, hereby offers assistance to the local governrnent(s) of Sroward County, and the cities of Coconut Creek, .Cooper City, Coral Springs, Dania, Davie, DeerfieLd Beach, Ft., Lauderdale, . Hallandale, Hillsboro Beach, Hollywood, Lauderdale-by-the-Sea, Lauderdale Lakes, Lauderhill, Lazy Lake Village, Lighthouse Point, Margate, Mi~amar, North Lauderdale, Oakland Park, Parkland, Pembroke Park, Pembroke Pines, Plantation, Pompano Beach, Sea Ranch Lakes, Sunrise, Tamarac, Weston and Wilton Maners for all allowable costs incurred up to and not exceeding S 923,564. Grant Application dated 06/23/98, included herein by reference. THE STATE OF FLORIDA BY THE DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL ~ROTECTION: \crO.\A.. '\M. - ~ ~ct \.\ John H. Ruddell, Director Division or Waste Management ~G3fYB Date In accepting this award and any payments made pursuant thereto, (1) the undersigned represents that he is duly authorized to act on behalf of the recipient county, and (2) the recipient agrees to the general and special conditions. BY AND ON BEHALF OF THE DESIGNATED RECIPIENT COUNTY: /') ./ r. / ~lJ is J ~l([ Date Signature or Autha ized Representative Roger Desjarlais County Administrator Please return to: Department or Environmental Protection Bureau ot Solid and Hazardous Waste SoLid "laste Section - !-LS. ;= 4555 2&00 3tair Scone Road TaLl3~assee. 2lorida J2J99-2~OO : :...J ,f J/~u""""" ," 0 \ 1 " '"'" ,., (" I. :'" I" "... ,,' < ~ .I... . ...' '- S/ -,_ \',' . /\- " ~... ...... ..... .~/---- ..,,':',-_.~')'.., .... ..:~ ~": _ C~~:::/~T.~r) /J _ C:C; T, ~.S r (f) % ... ... .... ... ~ , ... , .' ;0' " , "'- 'i( "r' ~"";",,~,,,I.J' :.J 1',"1:5 ~.. - _ <\". !":.!"r: .0?~: STATE OF FLORIDA ) SS COUNTY OF BROWARD ) I, ROGER DESJARLAIS, County Administrator, in and for Broward County, Florida, and ex-officio Clerk of the Board of County Commissioners of said County, DO HEREBY CERTIFY that the above and foregoing is a true and correct copy of an agreement as the same appears of record in the minutes of said Board of County Commissioners held on the 15th day of September 1998. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and official seal this 16th day of September 1998. ROGER J. DESJARLAIS COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR ,Pi C.'(i ,^"I;-;1;[ j ,I iv l'{ Iv' "--i \ ' : I <. '., Oep!J(Y Clerk( (~, i, .! . I (8 E A L) ,1",.",4>'."", ''#'" ..,,~ COMI'/I/S .......-..- " '. ...... 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