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1999-45 Agreement with EDSA Concerning Pine Island Park RESOLUTION NO. 99-45 A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF PARKLAND, FLORIDA, AUTHORIZING THE CITY OFFICIALS TO ENTER INTO AN AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE CITY OF PARKLAND AND EDSA FOR THE PURPOSE OF PROVIDING MASTER PLANNING AND CONCEPTUAL DEVELOPMENT PLANNING OF THE PINE ISLAND PARK. 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 the City of Parkland and EDSA for the purpose of providing master planning and conceptual development planning of the Pine Island Park. 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 agreement between the City of Parkland and EDSA. Section 2. That this Resolution shall become In full force and effect immediately upon its passage and adoption. PASSED AND ADOPTED THIS 20 DAY. OF October , 1999. CITY OF PARKLAND, FLORIDA SAL~ARA~ ATTEST: ~~ HELEN LYNOTT, C/AAE CITY CLERK AGREEMENT THIS AGREEMENT is entered into by and between the CITY OF PARKLAND (pARKLAND) and EDWARD D. STONE, JR. AND ASSOCIATES, INC., a Florida corporation, (EDSA), referred to herein as CONSULTANT, as follows: WIT N E SSE T H: WHEREAS, CONSULTANT has been chosen by the CITY, pursuant to the Competitive Consultant's Negotiation Act, for the purpose of providing master planning and conceptual development planning of the Pine Island Park to be developed on a :r:50 acre parcel at the N.E. corner of Pine Island Road and Trail's End in the CITY (the Project); and WHEREAS, the CITY and CONSULTANT also wish to provide for the ability of the CITY to avail itself of the services of CONSULTANT for consulting services for design and construction administration of any improvements to be constructed at said Park at the sole option of the CITY; and WHEREAS, the purpose of the work is to provide for a design of a master plan for the Pine Island Park, including architectural, engineering, survey and planning services; NOW THEREFORE, BE IT AGREED BY AND BETWEEN THE PARTIES AS FOLLOWS:. PHASE ONE Section 1. The above representations are true and correct and made a part hereof. Section 2. The CONSULTANT will provide the following services as part of Phase I: PROJECT RESEARCH: A. The CONSULTANT shall thoroughly visit the proposed site and the CITY'S present park facilities. For present facilities the CONSULTANT shall analyze present usage and review all information relative to present usage with CITY staff. B. The CONSULTANT shall review present park development policies as contained in all CITY records and other relevant background information as is needed to provide for the development of the Pine Island Park. C. The CONSULTANT will review present demographic characteristics as indicated by the most recent reliable data for an analysis of population, usage and park needs. The -1- CONSULT ANT shall also review household size, age, income and other indicators of recreation demands based upon the most reliable statistics and information which is readily available. The CONSULT ANT shall review in detail the present and planned park and recreation facility inventory, along with documentation of present park facility utilization rates, park service areas, and other indicators of the level of recreation needs provided by parks and recreation department staff. D. The CONSULTANT shall conduct group interviews with CITY staff, elected officials, civic and homeowners' associations, sports interest groups and leagues, parks and recreation advisory boards, as well as development interests, as necessary to obtain public input concerning present and future recreation needs and the sharing of costs to meet these needs. Focus group interviews will include a maximum of three (3) three- hour sessions. The CONSULTANT shall provide one representative (who is part of the design team) to attend each session. E. The CONSULTANT shall structure a survey, in conjunction with CITY staff, to obtain further public input as to the public's needs and desires for the Park. Based upon public input, the survey, and a review of park utilization rates, supplied by the CITY and, as further determined by the CONSULTANT'S own review, the CONSULTANT shall estimate future park development needs, based both on park acreage and recreation facility consideration. These preliminary needs assessments will then be given to the unique recreation preferences, priorities, and expectation of CITY'S residents. CONSULTANT shall consider these needs assessments in an evaluation of present recreation goals, objectives, and policies of the Comprehensive Plan. F. The CONSULTANT shall participate in one evening meeting with the Parkland Recreation Board, one evening meeting with the Planning and Zoning Board, and two evening meetings with the City Commission to review and discuss the culmination of the Project Research described in Section 2, items A-E. SITE ANALYSIS: G. The CONSULTANT shall collect additional site data determined necessary to the development of the Project by preparing a site analysis, taking into account vegetation, soi~ climatic conditions, hydrology, wildlife/relevant environmental components, topography, traffic accessibility (via vehicular, pedestrian, bicycle, etc.), visual character, off-site influences and considerations, the City Comprehensive Plan and open space plan, utilities, existing structures, and usage and requirements of other agencies. The CONSULTANT shall develop a site summary diagram to include all relevant data obtained during the above referenced inventory and analysis. -2- PARK PROGRAM DEVELOPMENTIPRELIMINARY PARK MASTER PLAN H. Using the infonnation gathered above, examples of park construction experience for various park types in south Florida, and the CONSULTANT'S experience in other available and appropriate methods and materials, the CONSULTANT shall estimate park development costs on an average cost per acre basis. Based on CITY and Broward County data on park operations and maintenance costs, typical annual operations/maintenance costs per acre of park will also be estimated. The CONSULTANT shall provide a general summary of its conclusions to the City Commission and thereafter, based upon its general conclusions, and further input from the City Commission at an evening meeting, the CONSULTANT shall prepare a summary report containing recommended refinements to park development and a full summary of its conclusions based upon the analysis and investigation set forth in Section 2, items A-H herein. I. CONSULTANT shall make a public presentation of the general summary report with an initial conceptual park design to the City Commission, and then to the Parks and Recreation Board, and shall submit twenty-five (25) copies of same to the CITY. J. In undertaking the above referenced activities and the activities set forth below, the CONSULTANT shall not be constrained by the information submitted to the CITY, but shall be responsible for attempting to gather the information based upon its site reviews, interviews of CITY staff, and review of other cities in south Florida and all current material on the development of parks of this general size and purposes in order to reach its conclusions. K. Thereafter, the CONSULTANT shall provide to the City Commission a final conceptual park design of the proposed Project, including location of various park elements (such as ball fields, concession stands, driveways, parking spaces, etc.) as a conclusion to this aspect of the work. L. The City Commission shall have the option of requesting a subsequent meeting with the CONSULTANT to review the study referred to in Section 2, items H-K above to make any final comments on same. Section 3. At the conclusion of the work described above, and upon approval of the summary statement and conceptual design described above, the CITY shall authorize the CONSULTANT to proceed with Master Planning design services as follows: -3- PARK MASTER PLANNING: A. The CONSULTANT shall work with the CITY to implement the design direction, as determined in Section 2 above, and prepare design studies to define the design, intent, and concept for all building and site elements in the, Phase and sufficient detail to indicate sizes, massing, dimensional relationships, materials and circulation to accomplish the goals and objectives of the CITY as determined in Section 2. B. The CONSULTANT shall prepare a preliminary cost estimate for construction. C. The CONSULTANT shall prepare presentation materials for review with the CITY for approval of design and design intent. This shall require a meeting with the Parks and Recreation Board and two meetings with the City Commission. D. The CONSULTANT shall provide five (5) complete sets of the Park Master Plan design which is the result of the above referenced activities and meetings. Section 4. The City Commission shall review the Park Master Plan as presented and make any comments and proposed change of same at a public meeting with the CONSULTANT. If there are no changes, then the parties may (at CITY'S sole option) proceed to Section 5, below; if the City Commission desires changes, said changes shall be made and another meeting with the City Commission shall be held. Section 5. Reimbursable Expenses - Includes standard and customary direct out-of- pocket costs of transportation, printing, shipping, and other project-related costs (estimated only). PHASE ONE (AL TERNA TES) Section 6. The following Phase One alternate services (prices on Exhibit '-1i ) shall be provided by CONSULTANT at the sole option and discretion of the CITY (which retains the right to hire others to do these tasks upon written notice from CITY): A. All platting services and boundary survey (including representation at Broward County) necessary to obtain approval and recordation of the plat for the site of the park). B. Topographic survey, to include elevations throughout the site, including adjacent roadways, as well as other surface features. C. Master Transportation Plan - Includes cataloging all area roads and control devices affecting the park, and provision of park master transportation planning services and full impact analysis. -4- .' D. Concurrency Review/Coordination/Report - Includes TRIPS model analysis, model runs, Compact Area Deferral, Area Assessment, Action Plan, and Platting coordination of traffic elements. E. Soil Borings - Includes standard penetration tests for building areas, proposed lake areas, and balance of site once a preliminary master plan is developed and environmental analysis of possible jurisdictional wetlands and mitigation requirements. F. Preliminary DredgeIFill Plans - Utilized to determine drainage requirements as well as fill volumes that can be generated from excavated areas. PHASE TWO (OPTIONAL PHASE) Section 7. Schematic Design Services: After completion of the process set forth in Section 4 above, the CITY and the CONSULTANT, solely at the option of the CITY, may negotiate services and fees for the described services in Sections 6 through 9. The CONSULTANT shall provide, in general, the following services: A. The CONSULTANT shall prepare schematic design do~uments consisting of design criteria, drawings and outline specifications to develop and establish the scope of a construction project for a phase or phases of the Project to accomplish the goals and objectives of the CITY. B. Prepare a preliminary cost estimate for the Project phase or phases based on the schematic design. C. Provide five (5) complete sets of said schematic documents for review by the City Commission at a public meeting. If the Commission approves the documents, the City Commission shall, authorize the CONSULTANT to continue with the schematic design, design development, bidding assistance and construction administration phases. If the Commission has any proposed changes, CONSULTANT shall make said changes and they shall be reviewed at an additional City Commission meeting. Section 8. Design Development Services: These services shall include: A. The CONSULTANT shall prepare design development documents consisting of design criteria, drawings and outline specifications to develop and establish the scope of a construction project for a phase or phases of the Project, to accomplish the goals and objectives of the CITY. B. Prepare a preliminary cost estimate for the Project phase or phases based on the design development documents. -5- .. C. Provide five (5) complete sets of said schematic design documents for review by the CITY staff. Based on the CITY'S review and approval, the CONSULTANT shall continue with the design development phase. Section 9. The Construction Documentation Services shall also be the subject of negotiation in the Optional Phase. Section 10. Bidding Assistance Services shall also be the subject of negotiation in the Optional Phase. Section 11. Construction Administrative Services shall also be the subject of negotiation in the Optional Phase. Section 12. The option to negotiate for the services of CONSULTANT for Phase Two (Optional Phase) shall be in the sole and absolute discretion of the CITY. No promise, expressed or implied, is made to CONSULTANT that CONSULTANT shall be permitted to negotiate for said services, much less perform them. The CITY may, at its sole discretion, and for no cause, choose to seek the services of another CONSULTANT. The CONSULTANT has no right or interest of any kind, recognizable at law or equity, in the performanc~ of said services. This contract grants CONSULTANT no right or interest in the Phase Two work, but is meant to allow the CITY the flexibility of negotiating and retaining CONSULTANT for such work if the CITY so chooses, in its sole and absolute discretion. GENERAL REQUIREMENTS Section 13. With regard to providing the services set forth in Sections 2 through 5, the CITY shall: A. Provide all information in its records in the possession of the CITY, as required by the CONSULTANT for the Project. B. Assist the CONSULTANT by placing at its disposal all available information pertinent to the site of the Project, including previous reports and any other available data on hand at the CITY relative to design and construction of the Project. The CONSULTANT is to rely on the accuracy of all base information provided by the CITY. C. Furnish boundary, right-of-way and utility surveys; easement and right-of-way descriptions; core borings, probings and sub-surface explorations; hydrographic surveys, laboratory tests and inspections of samples and materials, and other special consultations. D. Print, mail and collect survey information as described in Section 2. -6- E. Provide access to and niake all necessary provisions for CONSULTANT to enter upon the necessary public lands as required for CONSULTANT to perform its work under this agreement. F. Examine all studies, reports, sketches, estimates, specifications, drawings, proposals and other documents presented by CONSULTANT for the purpose of providing input to the CONSULT ANT within a reasonable time of receipt from CONSULTANT. G. Provide a person to act as the CITY'S representative and contact point for CONSULTANT during the course of this contract. Section 14. Following the time schedule established by the CITY, the CONSULTANT shall provide, at no additional cost to the CITY, the following interim and final products: A. Original reproducible 24" x 36" plans, either vellum or mylar, ready for printing as presentation documents. Plans shall be sufficiently detailed at an appropriate scale to provide a clear and accurate means of bidding and presentation. Included on the plans' must be all pertinent details, tables, schedules, sections, elevations, and plans as appropriate to convey tb,e design intent. B. 3.5" computer disks labeled with Project name, date, and CONSULTANT'S name including: 1. The design file( s) used to print the contract document prepared on Microstation or dxf file on AutoCad ready to import using the layers. Layer assignments may be altered upon recommendations of CONSULTANT and written approval from the City Project Manager. 2. The plot files used to print the contract document prepared on Microstation or dxf file on AutoCad ready to import using the layers. 3. Technical specifications and bidding documents prepared on Word Perfect 6.0 or other program compatible for import. 4. Miscellaneous Project information including cost estimates, preliminary analysis and correspondence as requested by the City Project Manager. C. Detailed cost estimates including schedule of items provided by size and quantity, quality, method of installation, unit, unit costs, subtotals and totals as required. D. Technical specifications and bidding documents typed on 8'l2" x 11" single-sided, white bond paper to coordinate with "front end" specifications. Typical "front end" -7- will be provided by the CITY for the awarded bidder's information only. The CITY will prepare the necessary documentation for the "front end" bid documents. Section 15. Time for completion shall be as set forth in Exhibit K which shall be binding on CONSULTANT, except where delays are caused beyond the control of CONSULTANT, or due to material revision of the program of improvements, design criteria or construction budget by CITY. Section 16. All work product as described above and as otherwise developed by CONSULTANT, shall be the property of the CITY. The CITY may use or distribute such work product in any way it deems appropriate. If such work products are modified or altered by the CITY or anyone else for any use other than their intended purpose, the CITY shall indemnify and hold the CONSULTANT hannless and shall defend the CONSULTANT against any and all claims, cause of action or liability resulting from any such modification or alteration to the extent permitted by law. Section 17. CONSULTANT indemnifies and holds the CITY harmless and shall defend the CITY against any claims, causes of action, judgments or liability of whatsoever nature related to patent or copyright infringement related to the work designs and work product submitted pursuant to this Agreement, or any claims, liability, judgments, or causes of action related to the negligent acts, errors or omissions in th~ designs, or work product submitted or work performed by the CONSULTANT, its sub consultants (and their employees) and its employees, pursuant to this Agreement. This section shall survive the completion of the Project. Section 18. All work perfonned by the CONSULTANT, subconsultants or those employed by CONSULTANT shall be of professional quality which is the standard of the Landscape Architectural Profession and any other professional standards for other disciplines of any other sub consultant or other parties employed by CONSULTANT, and shall comply with the specific provisions contained herein. Section 19. Insurance CONSULTANT shall comply with the insurance provisions defined in Exhibit ~. Section 20. Termination This Agreement may be terminated, without cause, by the CITY on thirty (30) days written notice and on ten (10) days written notice, with cause, by either party hereto. If the CITY terminates this Agreement without cause, the CITY shall pay its pro-rata share for work completed by CONSULTANT to the date of termination. Section 21. No work stoppage as a result of disputes: There shall be no right to receipt of payment from CITY on any claims and no right to any pre-judgment interest from CITY. -8- No dispute by CONSULTANT shall provide a basis for CONSULTANT to stop performing its work except as provided under Section 20, Termination. Under no circumstances shall CONSULTANT be entitled to interest, whether pre-judgment or post-judgment. However, disputes as to the proportion of work complete or rights and additional compensation shall not obviate the requirement of CITY to pay the amount it believes is reasonably due CONSULTANT. Non-payment within 30 days of non-disputed invoices shall be considered breach of contract under this Agreement. Section 22. All notices required herein shall be in writing and either hand delivered or mailed certified, return receipt requested, to the following person at the address listed unless changed by written notice: CITY: City Manager City of Parkland 6500 Parkside Drive Parkland, Florida 33067 CONSULTANT: Edward D. Stone, Jr. and Associates 1512 E. Broward Blvd., Suite 110 Fort Lauderdale, Florida 33301 Section 23. Nothing shall prohibit CITY from bringing an action and obtaining recovery against CONSULTANT for errors or omissions and any and all consequential or special damages of whatsoever nature resulting therefrom, whether economic, or non-economic, tort or contractual in nature. Section 24. This is the complete Agreement between the parties and no alteration hereto shall be given effect unless contained in a written agreement with equal dignity. Section 25. This Agreement shall be effective on the date the last party affixes its signature hereto. IN WITNESS WHEREOF the parties hereto have caused these presents to be executed. Witnesses: EDWARD D. STONE, JR. AND ASSOCIATES, INC. (EDSA) GftJ L- \;J A H ""' Print Name: GrtE6rf{ SllrrrN Print Name: By: .. man, Secretary -9- STATE OF FLORIDA COUNTY OF BROWARD The foregoing instrument was acknowledged befor~e, the uI}d_e~signed Notary Public in and for the State of Florida, on this, the:J-u day of 11/"f/~1999, by C. DOUGLAS COOLMAN, the Secretary of EDWARD D. STONE, JR. AND ASSOCIATES, INC., a Florida corporation (EDSA). ""\'i\'~~ ~~I""" i~~ .. Jd. 'iI'''' ~"'" '..\'f.1S . JoAnn Mullen MY COMMISSION Ii CC 768610 EXPIRES: 08/20/2002 1-800-3-NOTARY Fl. Nocary ServlCCI It Bonding Co, (Notary Seal) Witnesses: PrimName~ Print Name: E"(trz.. ATTESTED: ~~ HELEN LYNOTT, CI CLERK STATE OF FLORIDA COUNTY OF BROW ARD N ~UbliC, State ~riQa '- IhvAl IIp u Printed, typed or stamped name of Notary Public exactly as commissioned /Personally known to me, or _ prod~~~fication: Type of identification produced CITY OF PARKLAND, FLORIDA BY:~~ SALPAGLI YOR The foregoing instrument was acknowledged before me, the undersigned Notary Public in and for the State of Florida, on this, the 3()'1'- day of ~~A., . 1999, by Sal Pagliara, Mayor of the City of Parkland, Florida. ~\\""IlIlIll',,,1. ~,,"i.n.?-'" A. 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Stone, Jr. and Associates Planners and Landscape Architects 1512 E. Broward Boulevard, Suite 110, Fort lauderdale, Fl 33301 . Phone 954.524.3330 Fax 954.524.0177 i:.,..:~~~...~:I!~n.:.,..:.'.. Y;1;f.!ii,-!i!,,:U%l.~~!lj:,~':::::ftl'ii:ii::MI1lt.~I.Jf:I:I0'M~i:i::lrs:tl:J1::~~~::~::5i::ii::,::,.:'::':~:::::ii."'i::::'::':::::,::::i':i:,:::::::::!:!i::::::::':::i:::!::, D;T~'~M;~IYY' PftOOUCEIl ", 'q q, . qqqq q.., .q,q.", . q ,,'.q THIS CERTIFICATE IS ISSUED AS A MATTER OF INFORMATION ONLY AND CONFERS NO RIGHTS UPON THE CERTIFICATE Aon Risk Services of Florida HOLDER. THIS CERTIFICATE DOES NOT AMEND. EXTEND OR 1001 Brickell Bay Dr ALTER THE COVERAGE AFFORDED BY THE POLICIES BELOW. Suite 1100 COMPANIES AFFORDING COVERAGE Miami, FL 33131 COMPANY 305-372-9950 A CAMDEN FIRE INS ASSOCIATION INSURED Edward D. Stone Jr and Associates, Inc. 1512 E. Broward Blvd. #110 Ft. Lauderdale, FL 333~1 COMPANY B General Accident Insurance COMPANY C AMERICAN MOTORISTS INS. COMPAN COMPANY o ....:::...<....:.. "'i~ "':" "l 'w.m...:....<...:...'.... '<", .,.: 111.r~~if:i THIS IS TO CERTIFY THAT THE POLICIES OF INSURANCE USTEO BELOW HAVE BEEN ISSUEO TO THE INSURED NAMED ABOVE FOR THE POUCY PERIOD ...,.. WOICATEO, NOlWlTHSTANDING ANY REQUIREMENT, TERM OR CONDITION OF ANY CONTRACT OR OTHER DOCUMENT WITH RESPECT TO WHICH THIS CERTIFICATE MAY BE ISSUEO OR MAY PERTAIN, THE INSURANCE AFFORDED BY THE POUCIES DESCRIBED HEREIN IS SUBJECT TO ALL THE TERMS. EXClUSfONS AND CONDITIONS OF SUCH POLICIES. UMITS SHOWN MAY HAVE BEEN REDUCED BY PAlO ClAIMS. ' co L"" A BAC3894028-00 POlJCY EFfECTIVE POlJCY ElCI'lRATION LIMIT, DATE IMMJDOIYYI DATE lMMJDDIYV) GENERAl AGGflEGATE . 2000000 12/31/98 12/31/99 PRODUCTS - COMPIOf' AGO . 2000000 PERSONAL .. ADV fHJUftY . 1000000 EACH occUflIliNcf . 1000000 fiRE DAMAGE IAnv _ fIreI . 100000 MED EXP CAnr_ . 5000 12/31/98 12/31/99 COM8INEO SINGLE ~IT . 1000000 BODILY INJURY . "'<< ..-.I BODILY INJURY . II'<< ICCIIcItntI PROPERTY DAMAGE . TYPE Of INSURANCE POLICY NUMBER A GENERAL UAIlU1'Y COMMERCIAL GENERAL UAlIUTY CPP117 500 9' CLAIMS MADE [!] OCCUR ' OWNER'S .. CONTRACTOR'S PROT A A NON-OWNEO AUTOS COMP. DBD. $250 COLL. DBD. 250 EXCUI UAllUTY B X UMIIREUA FORM OTHER THAN UMMEUA FORM WOM8lS COMfI8ISATION NIO C IMI'LOY8II' UAKI1'Y THE I'ROI'RIETORI INCL ,.~ OFFICERS AIlE: EXCt. OTHER COB0148581 12/31/98 12/31/99 AUTO ONl.Y - EA ACClOENT . OTHER THAN AlIro ONLY: t=~~:~~~~~1~f~~i~~~~?ili:t~~f~t~fIf~f~1flg EACH ACClOENT . AGOfI8IATE . fACH OCCURRENCE . 5000000 AGGIIEGATE . 5000000 IR . 10000 X we ITA OJH. ~rtlt:;ttrtr:~:rt~r::r:~~fIt::;. El. fACH ACClOINT . 1000000 El. DISEASE -POUCY LIMIT, 1000000 El. DISEASE - fA EMPLOYEE' 1000000 7B006396600-01 12/31/98 12/31/99 DEICM'TION Of OPERATlONIAOCAl1ONSNEHIC:iaIs ITEM, SOBJBCT '1'0 '1'HB POLICIES' 'l'BRHS, CONDITIONS, LIJaTATIONS AND EXCLUSIONS. CITY OF PARKLAND Pine Island Park Exhibit '8' SHOUUJ AMY Of THE MOVE OESCRI8fD I'OUCIU U CANc:auo 8IfORE THE EXPIRATION DATE THEREOf. THE ISSUING COMPANY WILL ENDEAVOR TO MAlL 60 DAYS WRITTEN NOTICE TO THE CERTIFICATE HOI.DER NAMED TO THE LEFT, "~ui~~,w~'~.';({ MM 'SUCH E' SHAlf iM~"E"'){~ION OR L1A1IL1TY AtE COMPANY. ITS AGENTS OR' 'REPIlESENTATIVES. WE 010742000 ~... %l~}::.A.QQ.rtQkQ"Jj~O_TI()(iJ, 9.$ A~QJ\P~$.$!(' (~$I "- -- I E D s A Pine Island Park Master Plan City of Parkland, Florida "Exhibit C. Rate Schedule (Effective August 1, 1999) Chairman................................................................................ $200.00 per hour Principals ............ ...... ......... ............... ...................................... $180.00 per hour Associate Principals ................................................................ $140.00 per hour Vice Presidents........................................................................ $120.00 per hour Senior Associates .................................................................... $105.00 per hour Associates............................................................................. $90.00 per hou r Design Staff I............................................................................. $ 75 .00 per hour Design Staff II...... ................ ........ ......................... ............... ...... $65.00 per hour Clerical Staff.............................................................................. $45.00 per hour Edward D. Stone, Jr. and Associates Planners and landscape Architects 1512 E. Broward Boulevard, Suite 110, Fort lauderdale, Fl 3301 Phone 954.524.3330 Fax 954.524.0177 G: \PROIF.CTS\DCi 991 niADMIN\CONTRACTi l'arklandJee~. DOC