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HomeMy WebLinkAbout061119 CC AgendaIn compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, if you need special assistance to participate in this meeting, please contact the office of the City Clerk (951) 694-6444. Notification 48 hours prior to a meeting will enable the City to make reasonable arrangements to ensure accessibility to that meeting [28 CFR 35.102.35.104 ADA Title II]. AGENDA TEMECULA CITY COUNCIL REGULAR MEETING COUNCIL CHAMBERS 41000 MAIN STREET TEMECULA, CALIFORNIA JUNE 11, 2019 - 7:00 PM At approximately 9:45 P.M., the City Council will determine which of the remaining agenda items can be considered and acted upon prior to 10:00 P.M. and may continue all other items on which additional time is required until a future meeting. All meetings are scheduled to end at 10:00 P.M. CLOSED SESSION - 6:00 P.M. Conference with Real Property Negotiators. The City Council will meet in closed session pursuant to Government Code Section 54956.8 regarding four parcels of real property owned by the City of Temecula, as successor to the assets of the Redevelopment Agency of the City of Temecula, consisting of approximately 1 acre (APN 922-360-004, 005, 006 & 007) located on Main Street at Mercedes Street in the City of Temecula. The parties to the negotiations for the potential sale of the property are: Marketplace Old Town, LLC (Truax Development) and the City of Temecula. Negotiators for the City of Temecula are: Aaron Adams, Greg Butler, Luke Watson, and Peter Thorson. Under negotiation are price and terms for the sale of the property. CALL TO ORDER: Mayor Mike Naggar Prelude Music: Josh Bondoc Invocation: Pastor Anthony Albizu of Calvary Chapel Bible Fellowship Flag Salute: Mayor Pro Tempore James "Stew" Stewart ROLL CALL: Edwards, Rahn, Schwank, Stewart, Naggar PRESENTATIONS/PROCLAMATIONS Presentation of Certificate of Recognition to Dr. Karen Haynes Presentation of Certificates of Recognition to Erik Lundquist and Dan Turner PUBLIC COMMENTS A total of 30 minutes is provided for members of the public to address the City Council on items that appear on the Consent Calendar or a matter not listed on the agenda. Each speaker is limited to three minutes. If the speaker chooses to address the City Council on an item listed on the Consent Calendar or Page 1 City Council Agenda June 11, 2019 a matter not listed on the agenda, a Request to Speak form may be filled out and filed with the City Clerk prior to the City Council addressing Public Comments and the Consent Calendar. Once the speaker is called to speak, please come forward. For all Public Hearing or Business items on the agenda, a Request to Speak form may be filed with the City Clerk prior to the City Council addressing that item. On those items, each speaker is limited to five minutes. CITY COUNCIL REPORTS Reports by the members of the City Council on matters not on the agenda will be made at this time. A total, not to exceed, ten minutes will be devoted to these reports. CONSENT CALENDAR All matters listed under Consent Calendar are considered to be routine and all will be enacted by one roll call vote. There will be no discussion of these items unless members of the City Council request specific items be removed from the Consent Calendar for separate action. 1. Waive Reading of Standard Ordinances and Resolutions Recommendation: That the City Council waive the reading of the text of all standard ordinances and resolutions included in the agenda except as specifically required by the Government Code. Attachments: Agenda Report 2. Approve the Action Minutes of May 28, 2019 3. 4. Recommendation Attachments That the City Council approve the action minutes of May 28, 2019. MimitPc Approve the List of Demands Recommendation: That the City Council adopt a resolution entitled: RESOLUTION NO. 19- A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA ALLOWING CERTAIN CLAIMS AND DEMANDS AS SET FORTH IN EXHIBIT A Attachments: Agenda Report pPcnlntinn List of Demands Adopt Ordinance 19-08 Approve an Outdoor Vendor Ordinance Pertaining to Public and Private Property (Long Range Planning Project No. LR18-1663) (Second Reading) Recommendation: That the City Council adopt an ordinance entitled: Page 2 City Council Agenda June 11, 2019 ORDINANCE NO. 19-08 AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA RENUMBERING CHAPTER 5.20 (OUTDOOR VENDORS) AS CHAPTER 8.61 (OUTDOOR VENDING ON PRIVATE PROPERTY) AND MAKING RELATED AMENDMENTS, ADDING A NEW CHAPTER 8.60 PERTAINING TO OUTDOOR VENDING ON PUBLIC PROPERTY, AMENDING SECTION 12.04.060 PERTAINING TO VENDING IN CITY PARKS, AND MAKING A FINDING OF EXEMPTION UNDER THE CALIFORNIA ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY ACT (LONG RANGE PLANNING PROJECT NO. LR18-1663) Attachments: Agenda Report Ordinance 5. Approve Annual Renewal of Various Insurance Policies Recommendation: That the City Council: 1. Approve the insurance policy renewal for Excess Liability insurance with AIX Specialty Insurance Company, in the amount of $164,294.57, for the period of July 1, 2019 to July 1, 2020; 2. Approve the insurance policy renewal for Excess Workers' Compensation insurance with New York Marine and General Insurance Company, in the amount of $50,054.00, for the period of July 1, 2019 to July 1, 2020; 3. Approve the insurance policy renewal for Property & Equipment Breakdown insurance with American Home Assurance Company, in the amount of $101,000.00 for the period of July 1, 2019 to July 1, 2020; 4. Approve the insurance policy renewal for Difference In Conditions (Earth Movement and Flood) insurance with Arrowhead in the amount of $181,558.73, for the period of July 1, 2019 to July 1, 2020; 5. Approve the insurance policy renewal for Auto Physical Damage insurance with Hanover Insurance Company, in the amount of $5,868.00, for the period of July 1, 2019 to July 1, 2020; 6. Approve the insurance policy for Cyber Risk insurance with ACE American Insurance Company (Chubb), in the amount of $9,105.00, for the period of July 1, 2019 to July 1, 2020; Page 3 City Council Agenda June 11, 2019 6. 7. 7. Approve the insurance policy for Crime insurance with Hanover Insurance Company, in the amount of $2,548.00, for the period of July 1, 2019 to July 1, 2020; 8. Approve the insurance policy for Pollution/Environmental Legal Liability insurance with Indian Harbor Insurance (XL Catlin), in the amount of $13,390.20, for the period of July 1, 2019 to July 1, 2020; 9. Approve the insurance policy for Volunteer Accident insurance with Berkley Accident & Health, in the amount of $557.00, for the period of July 1, 2019 to July 1, 2020; 10. Approve the insurance policy for Standalone Terrorism Liability, Business Interruption, and Property Damage insurance with Lloyd's / Beazley, in the amount of $8,276.64, for the period of July 1, 2019 to July 1, 2020. Attachments: Agenda Report Insurance Proposal Approve the First Amendment to the Service Agreement with Vesta Solutions, Inc. for Access to the Vesta Communicator and Vesta Alert Emeraencv Notification Services Recommendation: That the City Council: 1. Approve the First Amendment to the Service Agreement with Vesta Solutions, Inc. for access to the Vesta Communicator and Vesta Alert Emergency Notification Services in an amount not to exceed $27,450 per year, or $82,350 for the duration of the agreement; 2. Authorize the City Manager to approve change orders up to 10% of the service charge per year. Attachments: Agenda Report Amendment Approve Agreements with Lucity, Inc. and ESRI for the Purchase and Implementation of Lucite Asset Management and Related Software Recommendation: That the City Council: 1. Approve an agreement with Lucity, Inc. for the purchase, implementation, and five-year maintenance and support of Lucity Asset Management Software, in an amount not to exceed $362,598; 2. Authorize the City Manager to approve contract change orders of up to 10% of the $190,460 cost for Lucity implementation services, or $19,046; Page 4 City Council Agenda June 11, 2019 3. Approve an Enterprise License Agreement with ESRI for GIS Software for $58,000 per year for three years, for a total not to exceed $174,000. Attachments: Agenda Report Agreement - Lucity Quotation/Agreement - ESRI 8. Approve Fiscal Year 2019-20 Schedule of Solid Waste and Recycling Rates Pursuant to Franchise Agreement with CR&R, Inc. Recommendation: That the City Council adopt a resolution entitled: RESOLUTION NO. 19- A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA APPROVING SOLID WASTE AND RECYCLING RATES FOR FISCAL YEAR 2019-20 Attachments: Agenda Report Resolution Exhibit D - Schedule of Rates Consumer Price Index - Bureau of Labor Statistics Department of Waste Resources - Disposal Fee Increase 9. Approve the Third Amendment to the Disposition and Development Agreement for the Town Square Marketplace Development Between the Successor Agency to the Temecula Redevelopment Agency, the City of Temecula, and Town Square Marketplace Old Town, LLC. Located at APNs 922-360-004, 005, 006, 007 Recommendation: That the City Council adopt a resolution entitled: RESOLUTION NO. 19- A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA APPROVING THE THIRD AMENDMENT TO THE DISPOSITION AND DEVELOPMENT AGREEMENT BY AND AMONG THE CITY OF TEMECULA, SUCCESSOR AGENCY TO THE TEMECULA REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY, AND TOWN SQUARE MARKETPLACE OLD TOWN, LLC CONVEYING APPROXIMATELY ONE ACRE OF PROPERTY LOCATED ON MAIN STREET WEST OF MERCEDES STREET Attachments: Agenda Report Amendment Resolution Page 5 City Council Agenda June 11, 2019 10. 11. 12. Approve Tract Map 37368 (Located on the East Side of Butterfield Stage Road Between Calle Chapos and Murrieta Hot Springs Road) Recommendation: That the City Council: 1. Approve Tract Map 37368 in conformance with the Conditions of Approval; 2. Approve the Subdivision Improvement and Monumentation Agreements with the Developer; 3. Authorize the City Manager to execute the agreements on behalf of the City. Attachments: Agenda Report Fees and Securities Report Vicinity Map Tract Map Approve the Specifications and Authorize Solicitation to the Prequalified Bidders List for the Construction of the Ronald Reagan Sports Park Pump Track, PW 18-04 Recommendation: That the City Council: 1. Approve the contract documents for the Ronald Reagan Sports Park Pump Track PW 18-04; and 2. Approve the list of prequalified bidders; and 3. Authorize the Department of Public Works to solicit construction bids from the list of prequalified bidders. Attachments: Agenda Report Project Description Project Map Approve the Minor Construction Services Agreement with TWM Roofing, Inc., for the Park Restrooms Renovation, Expansion and ADA Improvements Project, PW17-06 Recommendation: That the City Council: 1. Approve the Minor Construction Services Agreement with TWM Roofing, Inc., in the amount of $39,948.55, for the Park Restrooms Renovation, Expansion and Americans with Disability Act (ADA) Improvements Project, PW17-06; 2. Authorize the City Manager to approve change orders up to 10% of the agreement amount, $3,994.86. Page 6 City Council Agenda June 11, 2019 Attachments: Agenda Report Agreement Project Description Project Location Map RECESS CITY COUNCIL MEETING TO SCHEDULED MEETINGS OF THE TEMECULA COMMUNITY SERVICES DISTRICT, THE SUCCESSOR AGENCY TO THE TEMECULA REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY, THE TEMECULA HOUSING AUTHORITY, AND THE TEMECULA PUBLIC FINANCING AUTHORITY Page 7 City Council Agenda June 11, 2019 TEMECULA COMMUNITY SERVICES DISTRICT MEETING CALL TO ORDER: President James "Stew" Stewart ROLL CALL: Edwards, Naggar, Rahn, Schwank, Stewart CSD PUBLIC COMMENTS A total of 30 minutes is provided for members of the public to address the Board of Directors on items that appear on the Consent Calendar or a matter not listed on the agenda. Each speaker is limited to three minutes. If the speaker chooses to address the Board on an item listed on the Consent Calendar or a matter not listed on the agenda, a Request to Speak form may be filled out and filed with the City Clerk prior to the Board addressing Public Comments and the Consent Calendar. Once the speaker is called to speak, please come forward. For all Public Hearing or Business items on the agenda, a Request to Speak form may be filed with the City Clerk prior to the Board addressing that item. On those items, each speaker is limited to five minutes. CSD CONSENT CALENDAR All matters listed under Consent Calendar are considered to be routine and all will be enacted by one roll call vote. There will be no discussion of these items unless Members of the Temecula Community Services District request specific items be removed from the Consent Calendar for separate action. 13. Approve the Action Minutes of May 28, 2019 Recommendation: That the Board of Directors approve the action minutes of May 28, 2019. Attachments: Minutes 14. Approve a Sponsorship Agreement with the Temecula Sister City Association for the Support of Cultural Exchange Recommendation: That the Board of Directors approve a Sponsorship Agreement with the Temecula Sister City Association, in the amount of $3,500 community support funding for student travel scholarships, plus $4,000 in -kind staff support and facility utilization. Attachments: Agenda Report Agreement CSD DIRECTOR OF COMMUNITY SERVICES REPORT CSD GENERAL MANAGER REPORT CSD BOARD OF DIRECTOR REPORTS Page 8 City Council Agenda June 11, 2019 CSD ADJOURNMENT Next regular meeting: Tuesday, June 25, 2019, at 5:30 PM, for a Closed Session, with regular session commencing at 7:00 PM, City Council Chambers, 41000 Main Street, Temecula, California. Page 9 City Council Agenda June 11, 2019 SUCCESSOR AGENCY TO THE TEMECULA REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY CALL TO ORDER: Chairperson Mike Naggar ROLL CALL: Edwards, Rahn, Schwank, Stewart, Naggar SARDA PUBLIC COMMENTS A total of 30 minutes is provided for members of the public to address the Board of Directors on items that appear on the Consent Calendar or a matter not listed on the agenda. Each speaker is limited to three minutes. If the speaker chooses to address the Board on an item listed on the Consent Calendar or a matter not listed on the agenda, a Request to Speak form may be filled out and filed with the City Clerk prior to the Board addressing Public Comments and the Consent Calendar. Once the speaker is called to speak, please come forward. For all Public Hearing or Business items on the agenda, a Request to Speak form may be filed with the City Clerk prior to the Board addressing that item. On those items, each speaker is limited to five minutes. SARDA CONSENT CALENDAR All matters listed under Consent Calendar are considered to be routine and all will be enacted by one roll call vote. There will be no discussion of these items unless Members of the Successor Agency to the Redevelopment Agency request specific items be removed from the Consent Calendar for separate action. 15. Approve the Third Amendment to the Disposition and Development Agreement for the Town Square Marketplace Development Between the Successor Agency to the Temecula Redevelopment Agency, the City of Temecula, and Town Square Marketplace Old Town, LLC. Located at APNs 922-360-004, 005, 006, 007 Recommendation: That the Board of Directors adopt a resolution entitled: RESOLUTION NO. SARDA 19- A RESOLUTION OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF THE SUCCESSOR AGENCY TO THE TEMECULA REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY APPROVING THE THIRD AMENDMENT TO THE DISPOSITION AND DEVELOPMENT AGREEMENT BY AND AMONG THE CITY OF TEMECULA, SUCCESSOR AGENCY TO THE TEMECULA REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY, AND TOWN SQUARE MARKETPLACE OLD TOWN, LLC CONVEYING APPROXIMATELY ONE ACRE OF PROPERTY LOCATED ON MAIN STREET WEST OF MERCEDES STREET Attachments: Agenda Report Amendment Resolution Page 10 City Council Agenda June 11, 2019 SARDA EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR REPORT SARDA BOARD OF DIRECTOR REPORTS SARDA ADJOURNMENT Next regular meeting: Tuesday, June 25, 2019, at 5:30 PM, for a Closed Session, with regular session commencing at 7:00 PM, City Council Chambers, 41000 Main Street, Temecula, California. Page 11 City Council Agenda June 11, 2019 TEMECULA HOUSING AUTHORITY - NO MEETING TEMECULA PUBLIC FINANCING AUTHORITY - NO MEETING RECONVENE TEMECULA CITY COUNCIL BUSINESS 16. Introduce Public Safety Alarm Systems Ordinance and Adopt Related Fee Resolution (At the Request of Council Member Rahn) Recommendation Attachments: That the City Council: 1. Introduce and read by title only an ordinance entitled: ORDINANCE NO. 19- AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA ADDING CHAPTER 9.60 TO THE TEMECULA MUNICIPAL CODE ESTABLISHING REGULATIONS FOR THE OPERATIONS OF PUBLIC SAFETY ALARM SYSTEMS 2. Adopt a resolution entitled: RESOLUTION NO. 19- A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA ESTABLISHING PUBLIC SAFETY FALSE ALARM RESPONSE FEES Agenda Report Ordinance Resolution JOINT MEETING OF THE CITY COUNCIL, COMMUNITY SERVICES DISTRICT AND SUCCESSOR AGENCY TO THE REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY 17. Approve Fiscal Years 2020-24 Capital Improvement Program (CIP) and Adopt Fiscal Year 2019-20 CIP and Annual Operating_Budgets for the City of Temecula, the Temecula Community for the City of Temecula, the Temecula Community Services District (TCSD) and the Successor Agency to the Redevelopment Agency (SARDA Recommendation: That the City Council/Board of Directors: 1. Adopt a resolution entitled: RESOLUTION NO. 19- Page 12 City Council Agenda June 11, 2019 A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA APPROVING THE CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM FOR FISCAL YEARS 2020-24 AND ADOPTING THE CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 2019-20 2. Adopt a resolution entitled: RESOLUTION NO. CSD 19- A RESOLUTION OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF THE TEMECULA COMMUNITY SERVICES DISTRICT OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA ADOPTING THE FISCAL YEAR 2019-20 ANNUAL OPERATING BUDGET, ESTABLISHING CONTROLS ON CHANGES IN APPROPRIATIONS, ESTABLISHING CONTRACT AUTHORITY OF THE GENERAL MANAGER, ESTABLISHING LAWSUIT SETTLEMENT AUTHORITY OF THE GENERAL MANAGER 3. Adopt a resolution entitled: RESOLUTION NO. SARDA 19- A RESOLUTION OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF THE SUCCESSOR AGENCY TO THE TEMECULA REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY APPROVING THE CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM FISCAL YEARS 2020-24, ADOPTING THE CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 2019-20, ADOPTING THE FISCAL YEAR 2019-20 ANNUAL OPERATING BUDGET AND ESTABLISHING CONTROLS ON CHANGES IN APPROPRIATIONS 4. Adopt a resolution entitled: RESOLUTION NO. 19- A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA ADOPTING THE FISCAL YEAR 2019-20 ANNUAL OPERATING BUDGET, ESTABLISHING CONTROLS ON CHANGES IN APPROPRIATIONS, ESTABLISHING CONTRACT AUTHORITY OF CITY MANAGER, ESTABLISHING LAWSUIT SETTLEMENT AUTHORITY OF CITY MANAGER 5. Adopt a resolution entitled: Page 13 City Council Agenda June 11, 2019 RESOLUTION NO. 19- A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA REVISING THE SCHEDULE OF AUTHORIZED POSITIONS AND SALARY SCHEDULE 6. Adopt a resolution entitled: RESOLUTION NO. 19- A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA ESTABLISHING THE APPROPRIATIONS LIMIT FOR FISCAL YEAR 2019-20 Attachments: Agenda Report Exhibit A - Summary of Budget Adjustments Transmittal Letter Resolution City-CIP Resolution TCSD-AOB Resolution SARDA-CIP-AOB Resolution Cit. Resolution Authorized Positions Resolution Attachment - Schedule of Authorized Positions Resolution Attachment - Salary Schedule Resolution - Appropriations Limit Resolution Attachment - GANN Limit 18. Approve Employment Agreements with Executive Staff Members, Authorize City Manager to Establish and Amend Employment Agreements with Executive Staff Members, and Approve Amended and Restated Management Compensation Plan for Unrepresented Employ Recommendation: That the City Council: 1. Approve employment agreements with executive staff members; 2. Authorize City Manager to establish and amend employment agreements with executive staff members; and 3. Approve Amended and Restated Management Compensation Plan for Unrepresented Employees. Attachments: Agenda Report Agreements Page 14 City Council Agenda June 11, 2019 19. Approve the Third Amendment to City Manager Aaron Adams' Employment Agreement Recommendation: That the City Council approve the Third Amendment to City Manager Aaron Adams' Employment Agreement. Attachments: Agenda Report Amendment Agreements DEPARTMENTAL REPORTS COMMISSION REPORTS PUBLIC SAFETY REPORT CITY MANAGER REPORT CITY ATTORNEY REPORT ADJOURNMENT Next regular meeting: Tuesday, June 25, 2019, at 5:30 PM, for a Closed Session, with regular session commencing at 7:00 PM, City Council Chambers, 41000 Main Street, Temecula, California. NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC The full agenda packet (including staff reports, public closed session information, and any supplemental material available after the original posting of the agenda), distributed to a majority of the City Council regarding any item on the agenda, will be available for public viewing in the main reception area of the Temecula Civic Center during normal business hours. The material will also be available on the City's website at TemeculaCa.gov. and available for review at the respective meeting. If you have questions regarding any item on the agenda, please contact the City Clerk's Department at (951) 694-6444. Page 15 Item No. 1 CITY OF TEMECULA AGENDA REPORT TO: City Manager/City Council FROM: Randi Johl, Director of Legislative Affairs/City Clerk DATE: June 11, 2019 SUBJECT: Waive Reading of Standard Ordinances and Resolutions PREPARED BY: Randi Johl, Director of Legislative Affairs/City Clerk RECOMMENDATION: That the City Council waive the reading of the text of all standard ordinances and resolutions included in the agenda except as specifically required by the Government Code. BACKGROUND: The City of Temecula is a general law city formed under the laws of the State of California. With respect to adoption of ordinances and resolutions, the City adheres to the requirements set forth in the Government Code. Unless otherwise required, the full reading of the text of standard ordinances and resolutions is waived. FISCAL IMPACT: None ATTACHMENTS: None Item No. 2 ACTION MINUTES TEMECULA CITY COUNCIL REGULAR MEETING COUNCIL CHAMBERS 41000 MAIN STREET TEMECULA, CALIFORNIA MAY 28, 2019 - 7:00 PM CLOSED SESSION - 5:30 P.M. Conference with Real Property Negotiators. The City Council convened in Closed Session pursuant to Government Code Section 54956.8 regarding four parcels of real property owned by the City of Temecula, as successor to the assets of the Redevelopment Agency of the City of Temecula, consisting of approximately 1 acre (APN 922-360-004, 005, 006 & 007) located on Main Street at Mercedes Street in the City of Temecula. The parties to the negotiations for the potential sale of the property are: Marketplace Old Town, LLC (Truax Development) and the City of Temecula. Negotiators for the City of Temecula are: Aaron Adams, Greg Butler, Luke Watson, and Peter Thorson. Under negotiation are price and terms for the sale of the property. The City Council convened in Closed Session pursuant to Government Code Section 54957 to evaluate the performance of the City Manager and establish goals and performance objectives as required by the City Manager's Employment Agreement, and pursuant to Government Code Section 54957.6 to meet with its designated representatives, Mayor Mike Naggar and City Attorney Peter Thorson, to provide direction to the designated representatives concerning the negotiation of changes, if any, to salary, compensation and/or benefits for the unrepresented employee position of City Manager. Any such changes would be approved by the City Council as an agenda item in open session at a regular City Council meeting. CALL TO ORDER at 7:00 PM: Mayor Mike Naggar Prelude Music: Alamos and Barnett Elementary School Bands Invocation: Aaron Adams Flag Salute: Council Member Zak Schwank ROLL CALL: Edwards, Rahn, Schwank, Stewart (absent), Naggar PRESENTATIONS/PROCLAMATIONS Presentation of Certificate of Achievement to Patrick Ryan Bogan of Troop 300 for Attaining Eagle Scout Rank Presentation of Awards to City of Temecula - Riverside Sheriffs Office Police Officers PUBLIC COMMENTS The following individuals addressed the City Council on non-agendized items: • Bob Kowell • Rick Riss • Bonnie Parsley • Reagan Grell • Louie Reyes • Ira Robinson CITY COUNCIL REPORTS CONSENT CALENDAR Unless otherwise indicated below, the following pertains to all items on the Consent Calendar. Approved the Staff Recommendation (4-0, Stewart absent): Motion by Edwards, Second by Schwank. The electronic vote reflected unanimous approval with Stewart absent. 1. Waive Reading of Standard Ordinances and Resolutions Recommendation: That the City Council waive the reading of the text of all standard ordinances and resolutions included in the agenda except as specifically required by the Government Code. 2. Approve the Action Minutes of May 14, 2019 and the Budget Workshop Action Minutes of May 16, 2019 Recommendation: That the City Council approve the action minutes of May 14, 2019 and the Budget Workshop Action Minutes of May 16, 2019. 3. Approve the List of Demands Recommendation: That the City Council adopt a resolution entitled: RESOLUTION NO. 19-29 A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA ALLOWING CERTAIN CLAIMS AND DEMANDS AS SET FORTH IN EXHIBIT A 4. Approve City Treasurer's Report as of March 31, 2019 Recommendation: That the City Council approve and file the City Treasurer's Report as of March 31, 2019. 5. Adopt Ordinance 19-07 Amending Section 10.28.010(D) of the Temecula Municipal Code Re argding Prima Facie Speed Limits on Certain Streets (Second Reading) Recommendation: That the City Council adopt an ordinance entitled: ORDINANCE NO. 19-07 AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA AMENDING SECTION 10.28.010(D) OF THE TEMECULA MUNICIPAL CODE REGARDING PRIMA FACIE SPEED LIMITS ON CERTAIN STREETS 6. Approve the Fourth Amendment to the Agreement with Chad Wohlford dba: Wohlford Consulting for Additional Cost Allocation Plan and User Fee Study Analysis Recommendation: That the City Council approve the Fourth Amendment to the Agreement with Chad Wohlford dba: Wholford Consulting, in the amount of $10,000 for additional Cost Allocation Plan and User Fee Study analysis for a total contract amount of $71,788. 7. Approve a Sponsorship and Economic Development Funding Agreement with the Temecula Valley Balloon and Wine Festival Association, for the Temecula Valley Balloon and Wine Festival, Fiscal Year 2018-2019 Recommendation: That the City Council approve a Sponsorship and Economic Development Funding Agreement with the Temecula Valley Balloon and Wine Festival Association, for the Temecula Valley Balloon and Wine Festival, Fiscal Year 2018-2019. 8. Approve a Minor Maintenance Agreement with Innovative Document Solutions for Copier Maintenance and Support Recommendation: That the City Council approve a Minor Maintenance Agreement with Innovative Document Solutions, in an amount not to exceed $110,000 annually, for a total agreement amount not to exceed $550,000 for five years for copier maintenance and support, and authorize the City Manager to approve contract change orders up to 10% of the contract amount per year. 9. Approve the Minor Construction Services Agreement with Moore Fence Company, Inc., for Kahwea Road Emergency Access Gate Installation Recommendation: That the City Council approve the Minor Construction Services Agreement with Moore Fence Company, Inc., in the amount of $43,105.01, for Kahwea Road emergency access gate installation. 10. Approve a Cooperative Agreement with the State of California Department of Transportation for the design of the French Valley Parkway/Interstate 15 Improvements - Phase II, PW 16-01 Recommendation: That the City Council adopt a resolution entitled: RESOLUTION NO. 19-30 A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA APPROVING A COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION AND THE CITY OF TEMECULA FOR THE DESIGN OF THE FRENCH VALLEY PARKWAY/INTERSTATE 15 IMPROVEMENTS - PHASE II 11. Approve the Specifications and Authorize Solicitation of Construction Bids for the Pavement Rehabilitation Program - Citywide, Solana, Moraga, Yukon, and La Serena, Project PW19-06 Recommendation: That the City Council: 1. Approve the specifications and authorize the Department of Public Works to solicit construction bids for the Pavement Rehabilitation Program - Citywide, Solana, Moraga, Yukon, and La Serena, Project PW 19-06; 2. Make a finding that this project is exempt from CEQA per Article 19, Categorical Exemption, Section 15301, Existing Facilities, of the CEQA Guidelines. 12. Adopt a Resolution Establishing a Conflict of Interest Policy for Design -Build Projects Recommendation: That the City Council adopt a resolution entitled: RESOLUTION NO. 19-31 A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA APPROVING A CONFLICT OF INTEREST POLICY FOR DESIGN -BUILD PROJECTS RECESS: At 7:52 PM, the City Council recessed and convened as the Temecula Community Services District Meeting. At 7:55 PM, the City Council resumed with the remainder of the City Council Agenda. RECONVENE TEMECULA CITY COUNCIL PUBLIC HEARING 16. Approve an Outdoor Vendor Ordinance Pertaining to Public and Private Property (Long Range Planning Project No. LR18-1663) Recommendation: That the City Council introduce and read by title only an ordinance entitled: ORDINANCE NO. 19-08 AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA RENUMBERING CHAPTER 5.20 (OUTDOOR VENDORS) AS CHAPTER 8.61 (OUTDOOR VENDING ON PRIVATE PROPERTY) AND MAKING RELATED AMENDMENTS, ADDING A NEW CHAPTER 8.60 PERTAINING TO OUTDOOR VENDING ON PUBLIC PROPERTY, AMENDING SECTION 12.04.060 PERTAINING TO VENDING IN CITY PARKS, AND MAKING A FINDING OF EXEMPTION UNDER THE CALIFORNIA ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY ACT (LONG RANGE PLANNING PROJECT NO. LR18-1663) Approved the Staff Recommendation (4-0, Stewart absent): Motion by Edwards, Second by Schwank. The electronic vote reflected unanimous approval with Stewart absent. BUSINESS 17. Appoint Members to the Planning Commission Recommendation: That the City Council appoint John Telesio and Gary Watts to the Planning Commission. Approved the Staff Recommendation (4-0, Stewart absent): Motion by Edwards, Second by Schwank. The electronic vote reflected unanimous approval with Stewart absent. 18. Approve a Recommendation to Name the Civic Center Council Chambers as Jeff Comerchero Council Chambers (At the Request of Mayor Mike Nagg_ar) Recommendation That the City Council approve a recommendation to name the Civic Center Council Chambers as Jeff Comerchero Council Chambers. Approved the Staff Recommendation (4-0, Stewart absent): Motion by Edwards, Second by Schwank. The electronic vote reflected unanimous approval with Stewart absent. DEPARTMENTAL REPORTS 19. Community Development Department Monthly Report 20. Fire Department Monthly Report 21. Police Department Monthly Report 22. Public Works Department Monthly Report COMMISSION REPORTS PUBLIC SAFETY REPORT CITY MANAGER REPORT CITY ATTORNEY REPORT The City Attorney stated there was no reportable actions for closed session. Mayor Mike Naggar did not participate in the item related to the Marketplace Old Town, LLC for appearance purposes although there was no actual conflict of interest ADJOURNMENT At 8:16 PM, the City Council meeting was formally adjourned to Tuesday, June 11, 2019, at 5:30 PM for Closed Session, with regular session commencing at 7:00 PM, City Council Chambers, 41000 Main Street, Temecula, California. Michael S. Naggar, Mayor ATTEST: Randi Johl, City Clerk [SEAL] Item No. 3 CITY OF TEMECULA AGENDA REPORT TO: City Manager/City Council FROM: Jennifer Hennessy, Director of Finance DATE: June 11, 2019 SUBJECT: Approve the List of Demands PREPARED BY: Pascale Brown, Fiscal Services Manager Pam Espinoza, Accounting Technician I RECOMMENDATION: That the City Council adopt a resolution entitled: RESOLUTION NO. 19- A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA ALLOWING CERTAIN CLAIMS AND DEMANDS AS SET FORTH IN EXHIBIT A BACKGROUND: All claims and demands are reported and summarized for review and approval by the City Council on a routine basis at each City Council meeting. The attached claims represent the paid claims and demands since the last City Council meeting. FISCAL IMPACT: All claims and demands were paid from appropriated funds or authorized resources of the City and have been recorded in accordance with the City's policies and procedures. ATTACHMENTS: 1. Resolution 2. List of Demands RESOLUTION NO. 19- A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA ALLOWING CERTAIN CLAIMS AND DEMANDS AS SET FORTH IN EXHIBIT A THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA DOES HEREBY RESOLVE AS FOLLOWS: Section 1. That the following claims and demands as set forth in Exhibit A, on file in the office of the City Clerk, has been reviewed by the City Manager's Office and that the same are hereby allowed in the amount of $3,179,635.08. Section 2. The City Clerk shall certify the adoption of this resolution. PASSED, APPROVED, AND ADOPTED by the City Council of the City of Temecula this 1 lth day of June, 2019. Michael S. Naggar, Mayor ATTEST: Randi Johl, City Clerk [SEAL] STATE OF CALIFORNIA ) COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE ) ss CITY OF TEMECULA ) I, Randi Johl, City Clerk of the City of Temecula, do hereby certify that the foregoing Resolution No. 19- was duly and regularly adopted by the City Council of the City of Temecula at a meeting thereof held on the I It" day of June, 2019, by the following vote: AYES: COUNCIL MEMBERS: NOES: COUNCIL MEMBERS: ABSTAIN: COUNCIL MEMBERS: ABSENT: COUNCIL MEMBERS: Randi Johl, City Clerk CITY OF TEMECULA LIST OF DEMANDS 05/16/2019 TOTAL CHECK RUN: 05/23/2019 TOTAL CHECK RUN: 05/16/2019 TOTAL PAYROLL RUN: 1,861,681.17 826,707.79 491,246.12 TOTAL LIST OF DEMANDS FOR 06/11/2019 COUNCIL MEETING: $ 3,179,635.08 DISBURSEMENTS BY FUND: CHECKS: CITY OF TEMECULA LIST OF DEMANDS 001 GENERAL FUND $ 707,989.84 140 COMMUNITY DEV BLOCK GRANT 15,835.77 165 AFFORDABLE HOUSING 3,916.68 170 MEASURE A FUND 23,500.00 190 TEMECULA COMMUNITY SERVICES DISTRICT 201,475.70 192 TCSD SERVICE LEVEL B STREET LIGHTS 78,092.86 194 TCSD SERVICE LEVEL D REFUSE RECYCLING 1,193.11 196 TCSD SERVICE LEVEL "L" LAKE PARK MAINT. 11,322.42 197 TEMECULA LIBRARY FUND 16,814.21 210 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS FUND 1,392,532.61 300 INSURANCE FUND 4,143.84 305 WORKERS' COMPENSATION 2,100.87 310 VEHICLE AND EQUIPMENT FUND 48,104.58 320 INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY 50,022.47 325 TECHNOLOGY REPLACEMENT FUND 2,350.00 330 CENTRAL SERVICES 2,976.17 340 FACILITIES 60,836.37 472 CFD 01-2 HARVESTON A&B DEBT SERVICE 57.68 473 CFD 03-1 CROWNS HILL DEBT SERVICE FUND 57.57 474 AD03-4 JOHN WARNER ROAD DEBT SERVICE 57.68 475 CFD03-3 WOLF CREEK DEBT SERVICE FUND 57.68 476 CFD 03-6 HARVESTON 2 DEBT SERVICE FUND 57.68 477 CFD 03-02 RORIPAUGH DEBT SERVICE FUND 57.68 478 CFD 16-01 RORIPAUGH PHASE II 126.01 501 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 1 SADDLEWOOD 23.63 502 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 2 WINCHESTER CREEK 47.23 503 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 3 RANCHO HIGHLANDS 969.10 504 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 4 THE VINEYARDS 13.35 505 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 5 SIGNET SERIES 58.01 506 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 6 WOODCREST COUNTRY 17.43 507 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 7 RIDGEVIEW 31.14 508 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 8 VILLAGE GROVE 184.13 509 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 9 RANCHO SOLANA 12.03 510 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 10 MARTINIQUE 15.12 511 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 11 MEADOWVIEW 12.64 512 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 12 VINTAGE HILLS 136.20 513 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 13 PRESLEY DEVELOP. 816.70 514 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 14 MORRISON HOMES 37.36 515 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 15 BARCLAY ESTATES 14.41 516 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 16 TRADEWINDS 34.31 517 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 17 MONTE VISTA 11.56 518 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 18 TEMEKU HILLS 112.67 519 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 19 CHANTEMAR 7,193.92 520 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 20 CROWNE HILL 10,294.77 521 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 21 VAIL RANCH 12,341.25 522 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 22 SUTTON PLACE 13.20 523 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 23 PHEASENT RUN 149.73 524 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 24 HARVESTON 3,356.14 525 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 25 SERENA HILLS 2,402.54 526 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 26 GALLERYTRADITION 12.25 527 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 27 AVONDALE 149.71 528 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 28 WOLF CREEK 26,247.30 529 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 29 GALLERY PORTRAIT 1.65 $ 2,688,388.96 CITY OF TEMECULA LIST OF DEMANDS 001 GENERAL FUND $ 298,470.16 140 COMMUNITY DEV BLOCK GRANT 664.47 165 AFFORDABLE HOUSING 4,583.81 190 TEMECULA COMMUNITY SERVICES DISTRICT 135,563.17 192 TCSD SERVICE LEVEL B STREET LIGHTS 468.18 194 TCSD SERVICE LEVEL D REFUSE RECYCLING 1,304.87 196 TCSD SERVICE LEVEL "L" LAKE PARK MAINT. 325.51 197 TEMECULA LIBRARY FUND 2,117.69 300 INSURANCE FUND 684.32 305 WORKERS' COMPENSATION 684.49 320 INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY 32,152.95 330 CENTRAL SERVICES 3,856.49 340 FACILITIES 8,278.47 472 CFD 01-2 HARVESTON A&B DEBT SERVICE 102.51 473 CFD 03-1 CROWNE HILL DEBT SERVICE FUND 102.58 474 AD03-4 JOHN WARNER ROAD DEBT SERVICE 102.51 475 CFD03-3 WOLF CREEK DEBT SERVICE FUND 102.51 476 CFD 03-6 HARVESTON 2 DEBT SERVICE FUND 102.51 477 CFD 03-02 RORIPAUGH DEBT SERVICE FUND 102.51 478 CFD 16-01 RORIPAUGH PHASE II 231.22 501 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 1 SADDLEWOOD 1.94 502 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 2 WINCHESTER CREEK 28.10 503 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 3 RANCHO HIGHLANDS 17.50 504 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 4 THE VINEYARDS 3.89 505 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 5 SIGNET SERIES 28.18 506 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 6 WOODCREST COUNTRY 12.37 507 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 7 RIDGEVIEW 14.36 508 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 8 VILLAGE GROVE 135.62 509 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 9 RANCHO SOLANA 2.38 510 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 10 MARTINIQUE 7.84 511 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 11 MEADOWVIEW 2.83 512 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 12 VINTAGE HILLS 85.82 513 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 13 PRESLEY DEVELOP. 17.80 514 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 14 MORRISON HOMES 6.76 515 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 15 BARCLAY ESTATES 6.31 516 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 16 TRADEWINDS 19.78 517 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 17 MONTE VISTA 0.57 518 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 18 TEMEKU HILLS 82.12 519 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 19 CHANTEMAR 42.82 520 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 20 CROWNE HILL 108.95 521 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 21 VAIL RANCH 185.98 522 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 22 SUTTON PLACE 3.25 523 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 23 PHEASENT RUN 6.52 524 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 24 HARVESTON 152.06 525 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 25 SERENA HILLS 38.46 526 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 26 GALLERYTRADITION 2.16 527 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 27 AVONDALE 6.54 528 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 28 WOLF CREEK 221.03 529 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 29 GALLERY PORTRAIT 3.25 TOTAL BY FUND: 491,246.12 $ 3,179,635.08 apChkLst O5/16/2019 9:55:OOAM Final Check List CITY OF TEMECULA Page: 1 Bank: union UNION BANK Check# Date Vendor Description Amount Paid Check Total 6283 05/09/2019 006887 UNION BANK OF CALIFORNIA 005805 URISA MH MEMBERSHIP: MATTHEWS, 150.00 AARON 000293 STADIUM PIZZA INC MH RFRSHMNTS: TEAM PACE EVENT 103.10 253.10 6284 05/09/2019 006887 UNION BANK OF CALIFORNIA 015496 SAN DIEGO AIRPORT PARKING ZS PARKING: CPRS AWARDS 17.00 BANQUET 021204 PIZZA ROCK ZS RFRSHMNTS: CPRS BANQUET 45.97 AWARD 006714 SHERATON HOTEL ZS LODGING: CPRS AWARDS 206.39 269.36 BANQUET 6285 05/09/2019 006887 UNION BANK OF CALIFORNIA 020716 NATIONAL ALLIANCE TO END, RG REGIST: CONFERENCE: GILLILAND 615.00 615.00 HOMELESSNESS 7/22 6286 05/09/2019 006887 UNION BANK OF CALIFORNIA 000747 AMERICAN PLANNING LW MEMBERSHIP RENEWAL: TOMA, 95.00 ASSOCIATION SARA 000747 AMERICAN PLANNING LW MEMBERSHIP RENEWAL: 95.00 ASSOCIATION KELLY-LEHNER, L. 008956 PANERA BREAD LW RFRSHMNTS: INTERVIEW PANEL: 25.98 COM DEV 000747 AMERICAN PLANNING LW DIGITAL SUBSCRIPTION: COM DEV 18.00 ASSOCIATION DEPT 005963 LORMAN EDUCATION LW MEMBERSHIP: PETERS, MATT 380.63 SERVICES 020370 BEENVERIFIED.COM LW DIGITAL SUBSCRIPTION: CODE 52.45 667.06 6287 05/09/2019 006887 UNION BANK OF CALIFORNIA 001104 A R M A RO REGIST: RIM SEMINAR: FLORES, 85.00 G. 5/15 007047 OLIVE GARDEN RO RFRSHMNTS CITY CNCL CLOSED 213.15 SESS 3/12 018323 GOAT & VINE, THE RO RFRSHMNTS CITY CNCL CLOSED 127.24 SESS 3/26 000609 DOUBLETREE HOTEL RO LODGING: CACC CONFERENCE: 591.63 RAMIREZ 007148 MARIE CALLENDER RO RFRSHMNTS: CITY CNCL CLOSED 33.38 RESTAURANT 25 SESS 4/9 014115 GAMBLING COWBOY RO RFRSHMNTS: CITY CLOSED SESS 217.50 CHOPHOUSE, THE MTG 4/9 000609 DOUBLETREE HOTEL RO LODGING: CACC CONF: RAMIREZ, -36.00 1,231.90 E. Page:1 apChkLst Final Check List Page: 2 05/16/2019 9:55:OOAM CITY OF TEMECULA Bank: union UNION BANK (Continued) Check# Date Vendor Description 6288 05/09/2019 006887 UNION BANK OF CALIFORNIA 018925 FIREHOUSE SUBS JG RFRSHMNTS: TEEN CERT CLASS 4/6/ 19 018925 FIREHOUSE SUBS JG RFRSHMNTS: TEEN CERT CLASS 4/7/ 19 001264 COSTCO TEMECULA 491 JG TOOL BENCH: STATION 95 001264 COSTCO TEMECULA 491 JG COMPASSION: FIRE DEPT 6289 05/09/2019 006887 UNION BANK OF CALIFORNIA 008956 PANERA BREAD JH RFRSHMNTS: MEETING 3/25 006952 PAYPAL JH VERISIGN PAYFLOW PRO TRANSACTION 000262 RANCHO CALIF WATER JH FEB TEM PKWY SB OFFRAMP DISTRICT 001060 HYATT JH LODGING: TYLER CONF: WARD: 4/7/ 19 001060 HYATT JH LODGING: TYLER CONF:SAMPLE: 4/7/ 19 6290 05/09/2019 006887 UNION BANK OF CALIFORNIA 021205 MARVEL K9 LLC LM RATTLESNAKE TRAINING: CRAMER & KING 021206 RIVERSIDE LAW LM REGIST: TEMECULA POLICE ENFORCEMENT, AWARDS OFFICERS CEREMONY 008428 CALIF PIZZA KITCHEN LM RFRSHMNTS: VOLUNTEER APPRECIATION MTG 021166 PAWS 4 LAW LM ANNUAL K9 TRIALS: POLICE 004618 CALIF NARCOTIC OFFICERS LM REGIST: UNDERCOVER OPS: ASSN VIGIL, O. 004618 CALIF NARCOTIC OFFICERS LM REGIST: UNDERCOVER OPS: ASSN SHAFFER, D. 004618 CALIF NARCOTIC OFFICERS LM REGIST: UNDERCOVER OPS: TO ASSN BE REFUNDE Amount Paid Check Total 434.87 571.29 532.31 41.32 60.32 67.80 11.88 722.67 722.67 154.50 600.00 250.00 20.00 250.00 250.00 250.00 1,579.79 1,585.34 1,774.50 Page:2 apChkLst Final Check List Page: 3 05/16/2019 9:55:OOAM CITY OF TEMECULA Bank: union UNION BANK Check# Date Vendor 6291 05/09/2019 006887 UNION BANK OF CALIFORNIA 000277 S AND S WORLDWIDE INC 001264 COSTCO TEMECULA 491 014885 TEMECULA CATERING 003964 OFFICE DEPOT BUSINESS SVS DIV 001264 COSTCO TEMECULA 491 001264 COSTCO TEMECULA 491 019793 URBANE CAFE, TGH ENTERPRISES LLC 021223 VARIDESK 008668 WES FLOWERS 008668 WES FLOWERS 017736 FEAST CALIFORNIA CAFE LLC, DBA CORNER BAKERY CAFE 001264 COSTCO TEMECULA 491 (Continued) Description Amount Paid Check Total IG RECOGNITION CARDS: HUMAN 47.77 RESOURCES IG RFRSHMNTS: WORKFORCE 46.93 STRATEGIC MTG IG RFRSHMNTS: MARCH EOQ 1,196.25 IG OFC SUPPLIES: FRAME FOR EOQ 72.18 IG RFRSHMNTS: CUSTOMER SVC 106.36 TRAINING IG RFRSHMNTS: TRAINING 86.02 IG RFRSHMNTS: MEETING 3/20/19 48.20 IG SIT/STAND DESK: GARIBAY, I. 538.31 IG SUNSHINE FUND 61.43 IG SYMPATHY FLOWERS: COM DEV 61.43 DEPT IG RFRSHMNTS: SW REGIONAL 347.42 EMERGENCY MTG IG RFRSHMNTS: WORKFORCE 40.49 STRATEGIC MTG 2,652.79 Page:3 apChkLst Final Check List Page: 4 05/16/2019 9:55:OOAM CITY OF TEMECULA Bank: union UNION BANK Check# Date Vendor 6292 05/09/2019 006887 UNION BANK OF CALIFORNIA 010210 HOME DEPOT SUPPLY INC 020663 GENESIS DIGITAL, DBA WEBINARJAM 008956 PANERA BREAD 020792 CANVA.COM 015354 FACEBOOK.COM 002103 CALIF ASSOCIATION PUBLIC INFO, DBA: CAPIO 002103 CALIF ASSOCIATION PUBLIC INFO, DBA: CAPIO 015354 FACEBOOK.COM 000152 CALIF PARKS AND RECREATION SOC, C P R S 008956 PANERA BREAD 015626 EVENTBRITE.COM 006937 SOUTHWEST AIRLINES 010210 HOME DEPOT SUPPLY INC 000198 INTL COUNCIL OF SHOPPING, CENTERSINC 008956 PANERA BREAD 015354 FACEBOOK.COM 010210 HOME DEPOT SUPPLY INC (Continued) Description Amount Paid Check Total GB CONST SUPPLIES: CTP PROJECT-214.46 GB SBSCRPTN: DIGITAL WEBINAR 479.00 GB RFRSHMNTS: CONSTRUCTION 141.25 TRAINING PRGM GB MARKETING: SOCIAL MEDIA 12.95 GB FACEBOOK PROMOTING CITY 25.00 GOVERNMENT GB REGIST: AWARDS GALA: BEMOLL, 135.00 BRANDI GB REGIST: AWARDS GALA: DAMKO & 270.00 ODVIAR GB FACEBOOK PROMOTING CITY 24.00 GOVERNMENT GB REGIST: CPRS AWARDS: WALKER, 85.00 C. GB RFRSHMNTS: CONSTRUCTION 190.63 TRAINING PRGM GB REGIST: FUTURE OF WORK: 150.00 DAMKO & GB AIRFARE: ICSC RECON: BEMOLLI 137.96 GB CONST SUPPLIES: CTP PROJECT -24.36 GB REGIST: CONVENTION: BEMOLL 710.00 GB RFRSHMNTS: CONSTRUCTION 195.63 TRAINING PRGM GB FACEBOOK PROMOTING CITY 25.00 GOVERNMENT GB SUPPLIES: CONSTRUCTION 347.67 TRAINING PRGM 2,690.27 PageA apChkLst 05/16/2019 9:55:OOAM Final Check List CITY OF TEMECULA Page: 5 Bank: union UNION BANK (Continued) Check# Date Vendor Description Amount Paid Check Total 6293 05/09/2019 006887 UNION BANK OF CALIFORNIA 008669 VONS AA RFRSHMNTS: BUSINESS 20.64 MEETINGS 015354 FACEBOOK.COM AA FACEBOOK PROMOTING CITY 31.50 GOVERNMENT 021093 BIG LOTS AA COVER FOR BRIDGE SIGN 7.61 004087 LOWES INC AA TAPE FOR BRIDGE SIGN: CITY 4.33 CNCL 017501 LUKE'S ON FRONT AA RFRSHMNTS: STAFF REIMB'D- CITY 116.90 ATTY M 000395 ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AA REGIST: FUTURE OF WORK MTG: 300.00 CORP, OF SW CALIFORNIA CITY MGR (EDC) 010514 CAMPINI'S ITALIAN DELI AA RFRSHMNTS: CITY ATTY MTG 70.72 3/12/19 021178 LICENSE PLATES AND AA STATE OF THE CITY: THEME 2,629.00 FRAMES.COM FAVORS 018799 OLD TOWN PUB AND GRUB AA RFRSHMNTS: CITY ATTY MTG 80.48 3/26/19 018799 OLD TOWN PUB AND GRUB AA RFRSHMNTS: CITY ATTY MTG 15.23 3,276.41 3/26/19 6294 05/16/2019 010349 CALIF DEPT OF CHILD SUPPORT PAYMENT 899.07 899.07 SUPPORT 6295 05/16/2019 000194 1 C M A RETIREMENT -PLAN ICMA-RC RETIREMENT TRUST 457 10,806.41 10,806.41 303355 PAYMENT 6296 05/16/2019 000444 INSTATAX (EDD) STATE TAXES PAYMENT 24,252.30 24,252.30 6297 05/16/2019 000283 INSTATAX (IRS) FEDERAL TAXES PAYMENT 81,562.40 81,562.40 6298 05/16/2019 001065 NATIONWIDE RETIREMENT NATIONWIDE RETIREMENT PAYMENT 10,935.90 10,935.90 SOLUTION 6299 05/16/2019 000389 NATIONWIDE RETIREMENT OBRA - PROJECT RETIREMENT 2,839.06 2,839.06 SOLUTION PAYMENT 6300 05/16/2019 000246 PERS (EMPLOYEES' PERS RETIREMENT PAYMENT 104,987.70 104,987.70 RETIREMENT) 6301 05/10/2019 007282 AMAZON COM INC, MISC OFC SUPPLIES:BLDG & SAFETY 1,136.45 SYNCB/AMAZON OFC SUPPLIES: PLANNING 592.69 1,729.14 6302 05/01/2019 002390 EASTERN MUNICIPAL WATER FEB WATER: MURRIETA HOT SPRINGS 20.44 20.44 DIST Page:5 apChkLst Final Check List Page: 6 05/16/2019 9:55:OOAM CITY OF TEMECULA Bank: union UNION BANK (Continued) Check# Date Vendor Description Amount Paid Check Total 6303 05/01/2019 002390 EASTERN MUNICIPAL WATER MAR WATER: MURRIETA HOT SPRINGS 27.54 27.54 DIST 6304 05/01/2019 002390 EASTERN MUNICIPAL WATER MAR WATER: 39569 SERAPHINA RD 134.94 134.94 DIST 6305 05/01/2019 001986 MUZAK LLC APR DISH NETWORK: 32131 322.98 322.98 BUTTERFIELD STG 6306 05/09/2019 018858 FRONTIER CALIFORNIA INC MAY INTERNET SVCS-THEATRE 150.98 150.98 6307 05/06/2019 010276 TIME WARNER CABLE MAY INTERNET SVCS-41000 MAIN ST 1,175.73 1,175.73 6308 05/06/2019 010276 TIME WARNER CABLE MAY INTERNET SVCS-40820 5.30 5.30 WINCHESTER RD 6309 05/08/2019 010276 TIME WARNER CABLE MAY INTERNET SVCS-28816 PUJOL ST 586.83 586.83 6310 05/10/2019 010276 TIME WARNER CABLE MAY INTERNET SVCS-41000 MAIN ST 281.50 281.50 6311 05/09/2019 010276 TIME WARNER CABLE MAY INTERNET SVCS-32131 S LOOP 196.42 196.42 RD 6312 05/08/2019 014486 VERIZON WIRELESS 03/11-04/10 443.20 443.20 CELLULAR/BROADBAND:CITYW IDE 6313 05/13/2019 010276 TIME WARNER CABLE MAY INTERNET SVCS-30600 PAUBA RD 594.88 594.88 6314 05/13/2019 000621 WESTERN RIVERSIDE APR'19 TUMF PAYMENT 62,111.00 62,111.00 COUNCIL OF, GOVERNMENTS (WRCOG) 6315 05/02/2019 001986 MUZAK LLC MAY DISH NETWORK: 41952 6TH ST 53.42 53.42 6316 05/14/2019 007282 AMAZON COM INC, SINGLE RIFLE CASE: TEM POLICE 132.56 132.56 SYNCB/AMAZON SRO 6317 05/02/2019 001986 MUZAK LLC MAY DISH NETWORK: 32131 155.08 155.08 BUTTERFIELD STG 6318 05/02/2019 001986 MUZAK LLC MAY DISH NETWORK A3230 BUS PARK 161.27 161.27 DR 6319 05/07/2019 001212 SO CALIF GAS COMPANY APR 095-167-7907-2 30660 PAUBA RD 157.08 157.08 Page:6 apChkLst Final Check List Page: 7 05/16/2019 9:55:OOAM CITY OF TEMECULA Bank: union UNION BANK (Continued) Check # Date Vendor Description 6320 05/03/2019 000637 SO CALIF EDISON APR 2-35-164-3242 44270 MEADOWS PKWY 6321 05/03/2019 000537 SO CALIF EDISON APR 2-35-164-3515 32932 LEENA WAY 6322 05/03/2019 000537 SO CALIF EDISON APR 2-35-164-3663 42335 MEADOWS PKWY 6323 05/03/2019 000537 SO CALIF EDISON APR 2-35-164-3770 43487 BUTTERFIELD STG 6324 05/07/2019 000537 SO CALIF EDISON APR 2-39-732-3171 41997 MARGARITA RD 6325 05/07/2019 000537 SO CALIF EDISON APR 2-29-953-8249 46497 WOLF CREEK DR 6326 05/07/2019 000537 SO CALIF EDISON APR 2-29-953-8082 31523 WOLF VALLEY RD 6327 05/07/2019 000537 SO CALIF EDISON APR 2-35-707-0010 33451 S HWY 79 6328 05/07/2019 000537 SO CALIF EDISON APR 2-29-223-8607 42035 2ND ST 6329 05/07/2019 000537 SO CALIF EDISON APR 2-00-397-5067 40499 CALLE MEDUSA 6330 05/07/2019 000537 SO CALIF EDISON APR 2-29-295-3510 32211 WOLF VALLEY RD 6331 05/07/2019 000537 SO CALIF EDISON APR 2-31-536-3226 28690 MERCEDES ST 195300 05/16/2019 004802 ADLERHORST INTERNATIONAL APR POLICE K-9 TRAINING: BORIS LLC 195301 05/16/2019 018859 AED SUPERSTORE, TRAINING EQUIPMENT:AQUATICS AEDS.COM, AED, OUTLET, ALLIED MED. PROD. 195302 05/16/2019 001517 AETNA BEHAVIORAL HEALTH JUN EMPLOYEE ASSISTANCE PRGM LLC, DBA AETNA RESOURCES JUN DEBIT: BILLING ADJ: ADD'L 4 MEMB 195303 05/16/2019 003552 AFLAC PREMIUM HOLDING, AFLAC ACCIDENT INDEMNITY C/O BNB BANK LOCKBOX PAYMENT Amount Paid Check Total 12.21 12.21 12.32 12.32 12.32 12.32 13.63 13.63 11.27 11.27 13.83 13.83 14.95 14.95 24.47 24.47 451.24 451.24 892.90 892.90 909.32 909.32 1,169.83 1,169.83 350.00 350.00 71.76 71.76 1,258.40 17.60 1,276.00 3,991.40 3,991.40 Page:7 apChkLst 05/16/2019 9:55:OOAM Final Check List CITY OF TEMECULA Page: 8 Bank: union UNION BANK (Continued) Check# Date Vendor Description Amount Paid Check Total 195304 05/16/2019 021212 AGUILERA, JUAN R. CERAMIC BOWLS:SISTER CITY 271.88 271.88 195305 05/16/2019 016450 AIR EXCHANGE INC PLYMOVENT MAINT - STA 84 167.50 PLYMOVENT MAINT - STA 92 1,971.82 2,139.32 195306 05/16/2019 013015 ALWAYS RELIABLE BACKFLOW TESTING: JRC 133.00 133.00 BACKFLOW,AKA NANETTE SEMAN 195307 05/16/2019 004422 AMERICAN BATTERY SUPPLIES & BATTERIES: CIVIC CTR 99.91 99.91 CORPORATION, DBA:AMERICAN BATTERY SUP 195308 05/16/2019 002187 ANIMAL FRIENDS OF THE FEB & MAR ANIMAL CNTRL SVCS: 20,000.00 20,000.00 VALLEYS TEMECULA 195309 05/16/2019 013950 AQUA CHILL OF SAN DIEGO WTR SVCS: POLICE STOREFRONT 84.85 84.85 195310 05/16/2019 007513 ATTAR, AMER REIMB: FIELD WORK BOOTS - CIP 184.86 184.86 195311 05/16/2019 017149 B G P RECREATION INC TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 3,880.80 TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 3,704.40 TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 5,497.80 13,083.00 195312 05/16/2019 011666 B P S TACTICAL INC TACTICAL BALLISTIC VEST 1,027.69 1,027.69 COVERS:TEM 195313 05/16/2019 007065 B&H PHOTO & ELECTRONICS ROTARY CUTTER:CENTRAL SVCS 375.01 375.01 CORP 195314 05/16/2019 011954 BAKER AND TAYLOR INC BOOK COLLECTIONS:LIBRARY 206.00 BOOK COLLECTIONS:LIBRARY 1,105.37 1,311.37 195315 05/16/2019 010350 BANNER MATTRESS INC REPLACE MATTRESSES: FIRE 3,294.30 3,294.30 STATION 92 195316 05/16/2019 013482 BAS SECURITY SECURITY SVC: CITY FACILITIES 1,161.00 SECURITY SVCS: CITY FACILITIES 2,573.70 3,734.70 195317 05/16/2019 006690 BEST WESTERN LODGING: HOLLINGSWORTH: GANG 422.57 422.57 CON 5/28 195318 05/16/2019 011348 BONCOR WATER SYSTEMS MAY WTR TANK FILTER REPL: STA 73 267.20 267.20 LLC, DBA SUNSHINE WATER SOFT 195319 05/16/2019 003048 BOYS AND GIRLS CLUB, OF FY 18-19 COUNCIL GRANT FUNDING 1,000.00 1,000.00 SOUTHWEST COUNTY Page:8 apChkLst 05/16/2019 9:55:OOAM Final Check List CITY OF TEMECULA Page: 9 Bank: union UNION BANK (Continued) Check# Date Vendor Description Amount Paid Check Total 195320 05/16/2019 001178 C M S BUSINESS FORMS INC NOTICE OF VIOLATION FORMS: CODE 1,544.46 1,544.46 ENF 195321 05/16/2019 001035 C R AND R INC TRASH ROLL OFF CONTAINER 1,094.82 1,094.82 RENTALS:HOMELES 195322 05/16/2019 000484 CALIF ASSN FOR LOCAL Annual membership:Econ Dev Assoc. for 100.00 100.00 ECONOMIC, DEVELOPMENT 195323 05/16/2019 021233 CALIFORNIA LUTHERAN, HIGH REFUND: SEC DEPOSIT TCC 5/3/19 200.00 200.00 SCHOOL 195324 05/16/2019 020692 CALIFORNIA MUNICIPAL CITY OF TEMECULA: CAFR 1,000.00 1,000.00 195325 05/16/2019 018828 CASC ENGINEERING AND, PERMIT COMPLIANCE SVCS: LAND 5,597.50 5,597.50 CONSULTING INC DEV 195326 05/16/2019 021231 CAVADIAS, STEPHEN REFUND: PA16-0385 APN 921020067 12,278.14 12,278.14 195327 05/16/2019 004462 CDW LLC, DBA CDW MISC SMALL TOOLS & EQUIP:INFO 157.73 GOVERNMENT LLC TECH MISC SMALL TOOLS & EQUIP:INFO TECH 25.75 183.48 195328 05/16/2019 020201 CIRCLE OF SAFE-T INC SART EXAMS: TEMECULA POLICE 1,200.00 SART EXAMS: TEMECULA POLICE 700.00 1,900.00 195329 05/16/2019 020025 CIVIL SOURCE INC MAR CONSTR MGMT SVCS: PW 15-11 12,160.00 MAR CONSTRUCTION MGMT SVCS: PW 8,320.00 20,480.00 195330 05/16/2019 017429 COBRA ADVANTAGE INC, DBA APR FSA & COBRA ADMIN FEES: HR 568.00 568.00 THE ADVANTAGE GROUP 195331 05/16/2019 005410 COLE, TOM REIMB: CODE ENFORCEMENT 167.58 167.58 UNIFORMS 195332 05/16/2019 004405 COMMUNITY HEALTH EMPLOYEE CHARITY DONATIONS 4.00 4.00 CHARITIES PAYMENT 195333 05/16/2019 000442 COMPUTER ALERT SYSTEMS SKATE PARK: WIRELESS PANIC 316.43 ALARMS ALARM SVC CALL: MPSC 118.50 ALARM SVC CALL: CRC 179.40 UPGRADE ALARM SYS: TCC 727.00 1,341.33 195334 05/16/2019 014521 COSTAR GROUP MAY 19 WEB SUBSCRIPTIOWECO 473.58 473.58 INFORMATION INC DEV 195335 05/16/2019 004329 COSTCO TEMECULA 491 SUPPLIES:CULTURAL ARTS EVENTS 327.89 SUPPLIES:HIGH HOPES EVENTS 502.36 830.25 Page:9 apChkLst 05/16/2019 9:55:OOAM Final Check List CITY OF TEMECULA Page: 10 Bank: union UNION BANK (Continued) Check # Date Vendor Description Amount Paid Check Total 195336 05/16/2019 014601 COUNTYWIDE MECHANICAL REPAIR BOTH BOILER DRAINS: CIVIC 1,041.06 SYSTEMS CTR REBUILD BOTH BOILERS: CIVIC CTR 15,695.00 HVAC REPAIR: CRC 4,798.83 21,534.89 195337 05/16/2019 017542 COX, KRISTI LYN TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 175.00 175.00 195338 05/16/2019 017038 CPS HR CONSULTING CLASS STUDY SVCS: HR DEPT. 300.00 300.00 195339 05/16/2019 010650 CRAFTSMEN PLUMBING & PLUMBING SERVICES: CRC 700.00 HVACINC PLUMBING SERVICES: CRC 1,575.00 6th Street Restrooms: Clear Drain Line 277.50 CIVIC CENTER: TOILET/DRAIN REPAIR 276.24 radio room dutch door 950.00 ELECTRIC INSTALLATION:FITNESS CTR 891.25 PLUMBING REPAIR: STA 95 1,130.00 PLUMBING REPAIR: STA 73 284.38 6,084.37 195340 05/16/2019 016208 CREATIVE MAD SYSTEMS, DBA CHILDRENS MUSEUM ENHANCEMENT 97,989.74 97,989.74 MAD SYSTEMS INC 195341 05/16/2019 020436 CRONBERG, RICHARD N TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 224.00 224.00 195342 05/16/2019 001233 DANS FEED AND SEED INC MISC SUPPLIES: STREET MAINT: PW 20.49 MISC SUPPLIES: STREET MAINT: PW 14.31 34.80 195343 05/16/2019 001393 DATA TICKET INC, DBA MAR CITATION PROCESSING SVCS: 200.00 200.00 REVENUE EXPERTS TCSD 195344 05/16/2019 012600 DAVID EVANS AND 3/31-5/4 DSGN SVCS: PW17-29 10,932.57 10,932.57 ASSOCIATES INC 195345 05/16/2019 002990 DAVID TURCH AND APR'19 FEDERAL LOBBYING SVCS 3,500.00 3,500.00 ASSOCIATES 195346 05/16/2019 020891 DEQUINCY, PETER TRAINING WORKSHOP:AQUATICS 2,800.00 2,800.00 195347 05/16/2019 020648 DG INVESTMENT HOLDINGS 2 CITYWIDE SURVEILLANCE SYSTEM 152,408.00 INC, CONVERGINT TRAFFIC TECHNOLOGIES FIELD OPS CENTER: CARD READERS 2,078.00 154,486.00 195348 05/16/2019 019720 DIVERSIFIED WATERSCAPES APR WTR QUALITY MAINT: VARI 6,766.00 6,766.00 INC PARKS 195349 05/16/2019 018247 DOKKEN ENGINEERING JAN-MAR DSGN SVCS PRKG: PW15-07 6,451.25 6,451.25 Page:10 apChkLst 05/16/2019 9:55:OOAM Final Check List CITY OF TEMECULA Page: 11 Bank: union UNION BANK (Continued) Check# Date Vendor Description Amount Paid Check Total 195350 05/16/2019 004192 DOWNS ENERGY FUEL FUEL FOR CITY VEHICLES: POLICE 78.09 DEPT FUEL FOR CITY VEHICLES: BLDG & SAF 243.67 FUEL FOR CITY VEHICLES: PLAN & COD 160.76 FUEL FOR CITY VEHICLES: TCSD 579.50 FUEL FOR CITY VEHICLES: TRAFFIC DIV 455.08 FUEL FOR CITY VEHICLES: PUBLIC WOR 116.74 1,633.84 195351 05/16/2019 019293 E&F PET SUPPLIES INC K-9 FOOD: TEMECULA POLICE 84.70 84.70 195352 05/16/2019 020613 EAGLE PAVING COMPANY INC, OLD TOWN SIDEWALKS: PW17-04 23,788.47 DBA TORO ENGINEERING OLD TOWN SIDEWALKS: PW17-04 17,759.06 41,547.53 195353 05/16/2019 004068 ECALDRE MANALILI-DE VILLA, TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 134.75 AILEEN TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 70.00 TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 70.00 TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 175.00 TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 280.00 TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 210.00 TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 245.00 TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 227.50 TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 192.50 TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 332.50 TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 157.50 TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 315.00 2,409.75 195354 05/16/2019 000395 ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT SPONSORSHIP FUNDS: ECO DEV 6,500.00 6,500.00 CORP, OF SW CALIFORNIA (EDC) 195355 05/16/2019 019530 EMPIRE ENGRAVING pdu diamond acrylic awards: temecula 130.50 130.50 195356 05/16/2019 011292 ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE MAR PASEO DEL SOL-PA 4 EIR TIERED 6,378.75 6,378.75 ASSOC MND 195357 05/16/2019 015966 ERGO SOLUTION INC ERGO EVAL & REPORT: RUSSO & 500.00 500.00 WATERMAN 195358 05/16/2019 015330 FAIR HOUSING COUNCIL, OF APR CDBG SUB -RECIPIENT: FAIR 1,918.84 1,918.84 RIVERSIDE COUNTY INC HOUSING SVC 195359 05/16/2019 019469 FALCON ENGINEERING APR CONST MGMT SVCS: PW04-08 36,642.43 36,642.43 SERVICES 195360 05/16/2019 000165 FEDERAL EXPRESS INC EXP MAIL SVCS: 4/18/19 48.67 48.67 Page:11 apChkLst 05/16/2019 9:55:OOAM Final Check List CITY OF TEMECULA Page: 12 Bank: union UNION BANK (Continued) Check# Date Vendor Description Amount Paid Check Total 195361 05/16/2019 002982 FRANCHISE TAX BOARD KRACH, BREE - CASE# 603016103 182.70 KRACH, BREE - CASE# 603016103 51.93 234.63 195362 05/16/2019 013076 GAUDET YVONNE M, DBA YES TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 302.40 302.40 YOU CAN DRAW 195363 05/16/2019 015506 GIFTING GROUP, THE TVCC Golf Tournament Gift Baskets 80.00 80.00 195364 05/16/2019 000177 GLENNIES OFFICE PRODUCTS MISC OFC SUPPLIES: ECO DEV 55.09 INC MISC OFC SUPPLIES: WORKFORCE 54.06 MISC OFC SUPPLIES: STA 73 36.95 Mobile file cabinets:Aquatics (Annex) 759.08 OFC SUPPLIES: BLDG & SAFETY 60.25 MISC OFC SUPPLIES: STA 12 15.17 MISC OFC SUPPLIES: FINANCE 79.52 OFC SUPPLIES- BLDG & SAFETY 17.38 MISC OFC SUPPLIES: FINANCE 130.34 MISC OFC SUPPLIES: FINANCE 22.07 OFFICE SUPPLIES - PREV -38.31 OFFICE SUPPLIES: FOC 39.85 MISC OFC SUPPLIES: STA 73 51.44 1,282.89 195365 05/16/2019 004890 GOLDEN STATE FIRE FIRE SPRINKLER - STA 92 2,150.00 PROTECTION FIRE SPRINKLER - STA 92 898.10 3,048.10 195366 05/16/2019 003342 HABITAT FOR HUMANITY, 11/1-4/4 CDBG 5,303.28 5,303.28 INLAND VALLEY INC RECIPIENT: CRITICAL HOME REPAIR 195367 05/16/2019 012748 HARDY AND HARPER INC REMOVE/REPLACE ASPHALT: FIRE 16,652.50 16,652.50 STA: 12 195368 05/16/2019 006250 HAZ MAT TRANS INC MATERIALS DISPOSAL: FOC 1,755.95 1,755.95 195369 05/16/2019 000520 HDL COREN & CONE APR-JUN PROP TAX CONSULTING: 5,596.50 5,596.50 FINANCE 195370 05/16/2019 010210 HOME DEPOT SUPPLY INC SMALL TOOLS: CIVIC CTR 601.29 601.29 195371 05/16/2019 011049 HOSPICE OF THE VALLEY 12/1-02/28 CDBG 1,143.00 SUB-RECIPIENT:HOSP ICE CA 7/1-8/31 CDBGSUB-RECIPIENT:HOSPICE 1,397.50 2,540.50 195372 05/16/2019 014435 INLAND EROSION CONTROL EROSION CONTROL SUPPLIES: PW 1,200.00 1,200.00 SRVCS STREETS 195373 05/16/2019 010766 INLAND VALLEY SYMPHONY SYMPHONY PERF.:TRIBUTE TO 5,000.00 5,000.00 HEROES 5/25 Page:12 apChkLst 05/16/2019 9:55:OOAM Final Check List CITY OF TEMECULA Page: 13 Bank: union UNION BANK (Continued) Check# Date Vendor Description Amount Paid Check Total 195374 05/16/2019 006914 INNOVATIVE DOCUMENT COPIER SUPPLIES: CENTRAL SVCS 89.18 89.18 SOLUTIONS 195375 05/16/2019 020673 INTEGRITY SUPPORT Pre -employment screenings:HR 304.36 304.36 SERVICES INC, EMPLOYMENT SCREENING RESO 195376 05/16/2019 018352 JAMES ELLIOTT THEATER PERF: 5/24/19 2,500.00 2,500.00 ENTERTAINMENT 195377 05/16/2019 015358 KELLY PAPER COMPANY INC plotter paper & misc paper 453.81 453.81 195378 05/16/2019 017118 KRACH BREE B, DBA CREDIT: TAX WITHHOLDING CASE -182.70 TEMECULA TROPHY & DES 603016103 CREDIT: TAX WITHHOLDING CASE 60301 -51.93 TROPHIES:VARIOUS SPECIAL EVENTS 730.80 NAMEPLATES - STATION 95 207.71 703.88 195379 05/16/2019 019691 L.C. PAVING & SEALING INC CNSTRCTN CONTRACT SVCS: 89,224.00 89,224.00 PW 15-14 195380 05/16/2019 011145 LODATO JILL CHRISTINE, DBA TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 480.20 480.20 THE PARTY MOM 195381 05/16/2019 004813 M AND J PAUL ENTERPRISES INFLATABLES RENTALS:VARI SPECIAL 995.00 995.00 INC, DBA JOLLY JUMPS EVENTS 195382 05/16/2019 019823 MERCHANTS BLDG MAINT LLC APR JANITORIAL SVCS: FACILITIES 21,614.01 21,614.01 195383 05/16/2019 015259 MERCURY DISPOSAL RECYCLING FEES:CLASS II 321.48 321.48 SYSTEMS INC BATTERIES 195384 05/16/2019 013443 MIDWEST TAPE LLC BOOKS/COLLECTIONS:LIBRARY 39.25 39.25 195385 05/16/2019 004951 MIKE'S PRECISION WELDING VARIOUS PARKS: WELDING SVCS 100.00 100.00 INC 195386 05/16/2019 013827 MIKO MOUNTAINLION INC HUDSON INLET: DRAINAGE 23,500.00 23,500.00 IMPROVEMENTS 195387 05/16/2019 004043 MISSION ELECTRIC SUPPLY MISC ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES: CIVIC 181.44 INC CTR MISC ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES: LIBRARY 40.06 MISC ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES: CIVIC CTR 134.58 356.08 195388 05/16/2019 016445 MKB PRINTING & PRINTING SVCS: BUS. CARDS: BLDG & 53.88 53.88 PROMOTIONAL INC, DBA SAFETY MINUTEMAN PRESS Page:13 apChkLst 05/16/2019 9:55:OOAM Final Check List CITY OF TEMECULA Page: 14 Bank: union UNION BANK (Continued) Check# Date Vendor Description Amount Paid Check Total 195389 05/16/2019 004586 MOORE FENCE COMPANY INC REPLACE WINDSCREEN: FOC 8,690.75 FENCE REPAIR: CIVIC CTR 2,715.46 INSTALL GATE: JRC 5,580.95 16,987.16 195390 05/16/2019 010990 MOORE IACOFANO GOLTSMAN MAR CONTRACT SVCS: PLANNING 3,305.00 3,305.00 INC, DBA M I G 195391 05/16/2019 004490 MUSCO SPORTS LIGHTING INC VAR LIGHTING REPAIRS: PBSP 4,360.88 4,360.88 195392 05/16/2019 019019 MUSIC CONNECTION LLC STTLMNT: SPEAKEASY AT THE MERC: 436.80 436.80 5/11/19 195393 05/16/2019 002925 NAPA AUTO PARTS MISC SUPPLIES: ST MAINT: PW 9.41 MISC SUPPLIES: ST MAINT: PW 43.41 MISC SUPPLIES: ST MAINT: PW 5.26 58.08 195394 05/16/2019 018099 NATIONAL SAFETY DOT TESTING: HR 88.87 88.87 COMPLIANCE INC 195395 05/16/2019 001323 NESTLE WATERS NORTH 3/23-4/22 WTR DLVRY SVC: T. MUSEUM 37.95 AMERICA, DBA READYREFRESH 3/23-4/22 WTR DLVRY SVC: OTTT 48.14 3/23-4/22 WTR DLVRY SVC: FOC 167.01 3/23-4/22 WTR DLVRY SVC: CITY MGR O 39.71 3/23-4/22 WTR DLVRY SVC: HELP CTR 27.71 3/23-4/22 WTR DLVRY SVC: TVE2 51.34 3/23-4/22 WTR DLVRY SVC: MRC 47.43 419.29 195396 05/16/2019 020905 NORTH COUNTY FORD PURCHASE OF VEHICLES:'19 FORD 24,052.29 PURCHASE OF VEHICLES:'19 FORD 24,052.29 48,104.58 195397 05/16/2019 000209 NUTRIEN AG SOLUTIONS INC, MISC SUPPLIES: PW STREET MAINT 86.98 86.98 DBA CROP PRODUCTION SRVCS 195398 05/16/2019 017230 OHANA BBQ RESTAURANT, REFRESHMENTS: ACE 5/11/19 205.80 205.80 AKA HWANG, KYUNG Y 195399 05/16/2019 002105 OLD TOWN TIRE AND SERVICE CITY VEHICLE MAINT SVCS:PW 446.36 STREET MAINT CITY VEHICLE MAINT SVCS:PW STREET 1,105.41 1,551.77 195400 05/16/2019 013161 OPUS 3 ARTISTS LLC THEATER PERFORMANCE 5/25/19 2,790.00 2,790.00 195401 05/16/2019 019851 ORTIZ ENTERPRISES INC PRGS PMT #21:1-15/SR 79 570,475.35 ULT.INTRCHG, 040 PRGS PMT #22:1-15/SR 79 ULT.INTRCHG, 32,535.92 603,011.27 195402 05/16/2019 000472 PARADISE CHEVROLET REFUND: APN 921730072 & TRUST 13,763.00 13,763.00 CADILLAC ACCT BAL Page:14 apChkLst 05/16/2019 9:55:OOAM Final Check List CITY OF TEMECULA Page: 15 Bank: union UNION BANK (Continued) Check# Date Vendor Description Amount Paid Check Total 195403 05/16/2019 019334 PARK CONSULTING GROUP APR CONSULTING & ENTERPRISE 195.00 195.00 INC SVCS: IT 195404 05/16/2019 000249 PETTY CASH PETTY CASH REIMBURSEMENT 962.88 962.88 195405 05/16/2019 002354 POSITIVE PROMOTIONS INC SUPPLIES:VOLUNTEER RECOGNITION 1,257.05 1,257.05 195406 05/16/2019 005075 PRUDENTIAL OVERALL APR FLR MATS/TOWELS/UNIFORM 799.54 SUPPLY SRVCS:CITY F CREDIT:BILLING ADJ/PARKS MAINT -19.00 APR FLR MATS/UNIFORM SRVCS: C.C./P 689.43 1,469.97 195407 05/16/2019 021026 QUESTICA LTD BUDGET REPORTS/PRJT 2,350.00 2,350.00 MGMT:FINANCE 195408 05/16/2019 016869 RIGHTWAY SITE SERVICES INC PORTABLE 71.96 71.96 DBA, RIGHTWAY PORTABLE RESTROOMS:BROADWAY... PARK TOILET 195409 05/16/2019 000418 RIVERSIDE CO CLERK & NOE:PAVEMENT REHAB/ENTERPRISE 50.00 50.00 RECORDER CIR 195410 05/16/2019 001365 RIVERSIDE, COUNTY OF, JAN-MAR'19 VECTOR CONTROL 2,029.04 2,029.04 ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH SRVCS DEPT 195411 05/16/2019 014311 RMSJ INC DBA SWAINS, CIRCULATION PUMP:HARVESTON 2,489.40 2,489.40 ELECTRIC MOTOR SERVICE LAKE PARK 195412 05/16/2019 021232 ROSARIO, FLOYD REFUND:SEC DEPOSIT CRC 5/4/19 200.00 200.00 195413 05/16/2019 004274 SAFE AND SECURE LOCKSMITH SRVCS - STA 95 355.74 355.74 LOCKSMITH SRVC 195414 05/16/2019 021222 SAMAN ABU MANNEH, DBA TOWING SVCS: GOHS BAND: CITY 300.00 300.00 DIAMOND VALLEY MGR 195415 05/16/2019 007345 SDSU RESEARCH 5/1/19-4/30/20 RADIO TOWER 6,927.96 6,927.96 FOUNDATION LEASE:I.T. 195416 05/16/2019 013376 SECURITY SIGNAL DEVICES REPAIR ELECTRONIC DOOR 429.59 429.59 INC, SSD SYSTEMS HARDWARE:TVE2 195417 05/16/2019 021235 SHAFFER, DANIEL REIMB:CNOA REGION UNDERCOVER 132.90 132.90 OPS TRNG 195418 05/16/2019 009213 SHERRY BERRY MUSIC JAZZ @ THE MERC 5/9/19 685.00 685.00 Page:15 apChkLst Final Check List Page: 16 05/16/2019 9:55:OOAM CITY OF TEMECULA Bank: union UNION BANK (Continued) Check# Date Vendor Description 195419 05/16/2019 009746 SIGNS BY TOMORROW PUBLIC NTC POSTING PA19-0041:PLNG 195420 05/16/2019 000645 SMART AND FINAL INC SUPPLIES:DADDY/DAUGHTER DATE NIGHT 195421 05/16/2019 005244 SOCIETY FOR HUMAN 7/1/19-6/30/20 MBRSHP DUES:P.VR. RESOURCE MGM, THE S H R M STORE 195422 05/16/2019 000519 SOUTH COUNTY PEST PEST CONTROL SRVCS: STA 84 CONTROL INC APR PEST CONTROL SRVCS:CITY FACIL PEST CONTROL SRVCS:MARG SPLASH 195423 05/16/2019 004282 SOUTHWEST TRAFFIC HANDHELD EMITTER & LIGHT SYSTEMS FILTER:PW TRAFF 195424 05/16/2019 000293 STADIUM PIZZA INC RFRSHMNTS:S000TER NIGHTS AT SKATE PARK 195425 05/16/2019 017201 STATE FOODSAFETY.COM FOOD HANDLERS CARDS:SMR DAY CAMP STAFF 195426 05/16/2019 003840 STRONGS PAINTING PAINT DOORS/SIDE CASINGS:TES POOL 195427 05/16/2019 021234 SWANSON, PRISCILLA REFUND: SMARTPAY LIBRARY TRANSACTION 195428 05/16/2019 008804 SYMPRO INC 6/1/19-5/31/20 SYMPRO SOFTWARE:FINANCE 195429 05/16/2019 010679 TEMECULA AUTO VEH MAINT & REPAIR:TCSD REPAIR/RADIATOR, DBA AUTO ENTERPRISE INC 195430 05/16/2019 017295 TEMECULA PIZZA FACTORY, REFRESHMENTS:SPECIAL GAMES DBA PF INDUSTRIES LLC 195431 05/16/2019 016311 TIERCE, NICHOLAS GRAPHIC DSGN SRVCS:THEATER 195432 05/16/2019 019259 TRINITY LUTHERAN CHURCH, REFUND: PA19-0556 APN 945050017 AND MINISTRIES 195433 05/16/2019 016770 NHS GOLDEN BEAR REFUND: SEC DEPOSIT CRC 5/6/19 REFUND: SEC DEPOSIT CRC 5/2/19 Amount Paid Check Total 212.75 212.75 92.19 92.19 209.00 209.00 80.00 1,019.00 49.00 1,148.00 1,238.00 1,238.00 156.31 156.31 783.00 783.00 700.00 700.00 16.99 16.99 6,130.87 6,130.87 120.00 120.00 566.75 566.75 3,720.00 3,720.00 5,333.00 5,333.00 200.00 200.00 400.00 Page:16 apChkLst 05/16/2019 9:55:OOAM Final Check List CITY OF TEMECULA Page: 17 Bank: union UNION BANK (Continued) Check# Date Vendor Description Amount Paid Check Total 195434 05/16/2019 016546 UNIVERSITY ENTERPRISES FY 18-19 ED SPONSORSHIP 5,000.00 5,000.00 CORP, AT CSUSB 195435 05/16/2019 008977 VALLEY EVENTS INC FACE PAINTER/RENTALS:SPECIAL 606.00 606.00 GAMES 5/4 195436 05/16/2019 018174 VCA ANIMAL HOSPITALS INC, JAN K-9 VET CARE: TEMECULA 177.07 177.07 DBA VCA CALIF VETERINARY POLICE 195437 05/16/2019 016859 VIGIL, ORLANDO REIMB:CNOA REGION UNDERCOVER 655.54 655.54 OPS TRNG 195438 05/16/2019 009101 VISION ONE, INC., DBA: APR SHOWARE TICKETING 2,036.80 2,036.80 ACCESSO SHOWARE SRVCS:THEATER 195439 05/16/2019 014375 VN ENTERPRISES INC, DBA MULCH FOR VARIOUS PARKS & 68,173.70 68,173.70 MULCHMASTER SLOPES 195440 05/16/2019 002658 VOLLMUTH, MARY REIMB:TEAM PACE SUPPLIES 175.00 175.00 195441 05/16/2019 001890 VORTEX INDUSTRIES INC BAY DOOR REPAIR - STA 84 480.00 BAY DOOR REPAIR - STA 84 895.00 1,375.00 195442 05/16/2019 001342 WAXIE SANITARY SUPPLY INC CLEANING SUPPLIES: CITY FACILITIES 3,614.03 3,614.03 195443 05/16/2019 003730 WEST COAST ARBORISTS INC 4/16-30/19 TREE MAINT:CITY R-O-W 827.20 4/1-15/19 TREE MAINT:CITY R-O-W 8,807.00 4/16-30/19 TREE MAINT:PARKS & MEDIA 9,614.25 4/16-30/19 TREE MAINT:HARVESTON 368.00 2/28 TREE MAINT:STA 73 1,332.55 20,949.00 195444 05/16/2019 000341 WILLDAN ASSOCIATES INC MAR TRAFFIC ENG SRVCS:PW 3,305.50 3,305.50 TRAFFIC 195445 05/16/2019 004567 WITCHER ELECTRIC, AKA ELECTRICAL REPAIRS: DUCK POND 365.00 365.00 TERRENCE KEVIN WITCHE Grand total for UNION BANK: 1,861,681.17 Page:17 apChkLst Final Check List Page: 18 05/16/2019 9:55:OOAM CITY OF TEMECULA 195 checks in this report. Grand Total All Checks: 1,861,681.17 Page:18 apChkLst Final Check List Page: 1 05/23/2019 9:50:31AM CITY OF TEMECULA Bank: union UNION BANK Check # Date Vendor 6332 05/16/2019 007282 AMAZON COM INC, SYNCB/AMAZON 6333 05/06/2019 000537 SO CALIF EDISON 6334 05/06/2019 000537 SO CALIF EDISON 6335 05/06/2019 000537 SO CALIF EDISON 6336 05/06/2019 000537 SO CALIF EDISON 6337 05/06/2019 000537 SO CALIF EDISON 6338 05/06/2019 000537 SO CALIF EDISON 6339 05/06/2019 000537 SO CALIF EDISON 6340 05/06/2019 000537 SO CALIF EDISON 6341 05/06/2019 000537 SO CALIF EDISON 6342 05/06/2019 000537 SO CALIF EDISON 6343 05/06/2019 000537 SO CALIF EDISON 6344 05/06/2019 000537 SO CALIF EDISON 6345 05/06/2019 000537 SO CALIF EDISON 6346 05/06/2019 000537 SO CALIF EDISON Description Amount Paid Check Total SUPPLIES: TVM & ACE -9.16 SUPPLIES:TVM AND ACE 137.75 RECREATION SUPPLIES:CRC 811.60 MISC OFC SUPPLIES:FINANCE 20.77 SUPPLIES:HUMAN SVCS PGRMS 371.25 SUPPLIES:HUMAN SVCS PGRMS 76.94 1,409.15 APR 2-35-421-1260 41955 4TH ST 9.64 9.64 APR 2-31-419-2873 43000 HWY 395 11.32 11.32 APR 2-29-657-2787 41638 11.32 11.32 WINCHESTER RD APR 2-34-333-3589 41702 MAIN ST 11.52 11.52 APR 2-29-807-1093 28079 DIAZ RD 11.70 11.70 APR 2-29-807-1226 28077 DIAZ RD 11.82 11.82 APR 2-31-282-0665 27407 DIAZ RD 12.04 12.04 APR 2-31-031-2616 27991 DIAZ RD 12.04 12.04 APR 2-21-981-4720 30153 TEMECULA 15.31 15.31 PKWY APR 2-14-204-1615 30027 FRONT ST 22.47 22.47 APR 2-41-072-5246 29429 TEMECULA 37.62 37.62 PKWY APR 2-31-536-3481 41902 MAIN ST 103.88 103.88 APR 2-41-048-2012 30498 TEMECULA 120.35 120.35 PKWY APR 2-28-904-7706 32329 OVERLAND 134.47 134.47 TRL Page:1 apChkLst 05/23/2019 9:50:31AM Final Check List CITY OF TEMECULA Page: 2 Bank: union UNION BANK (Continued) Check # Date Vendor Description Amount Paid Check Total 6347 05/06/2019 000537 SO CALIF EDISON APR 2-02-502-8077 43210 BUS PARK 267.12 267.12 DR 6348 05/06/2019 000537 SO CALIF EDISON APR 2-19-171-8568 28300 MERCEDES 275.28 275.28 ST 6349 05/06/2019 000537 SO CALIF EDISON APR 2-35-664-9053 29119 MARGARITA 551.23 551.23 RD 6350 05/06/2019 000537 SO CALIF EDISON APR 2-18-937-3152 28314 MERCEDES 749.22 749.22 ST 6351 05/06/2019 000537 SO CALIF EDISON APR 2-25-393-4681 41951 MORAGA RD 857.71 857.71 6352 05/06/2019 000537 SO CALIF EDISON APR 2-31-536-3655 41904 MAIN ST 883.51 883.51 6353 05/06/2019 000537 SO CALIF EDISON APR 2-30-520-4414 32781 TEMECULA 886.95 886.95 PKWY 6354 05/06/2019 000537 SO CALIF EDISON APR 2-02-351-4946 41845 6TH ST 1,008.19 1,008.19 6355 05/06/2019 000537 SO CALIF EDISON APR 2-35-403-6337 41375 MCCABE CT 1,143.02 1,143.02 6356 05/06/2019 000537 SO CALIF EDISON APR 2-31-912-7494 28690 MERCEDES 1,345.44 1,345.44 ST 6357 05/06/2019 000537 SO CALIF EDISON APR 2-29-224-0173 32364 OVERLAND 1,495.37 1,495.37 TRL 6358 05/06/2019 000537 SO CALIF EDISON APR 2-29-933-3831 43230 BUS PARK 2,007.66 2,007.66 DR 6359 05/06/2019 000537 SO CALIF EDISON APR 2-00-397-5042 43200 BUS PARK 3,120.10 3,120.10 DR 6360 05/06/2019 000537 SO CALIF EDISON APR 2-00-397-5059 33340 CAMINO 6,953.67 6,953.67 PIEDRA 6361 05/06/2019 000537 SO CALIF EDISON APR 2-32-903-8293 41000 MAIN ST 16,403.43 16,403.43 6362 05/15/2019 010276 TIME WARNER CABLE MAY INTERNET SVCS- 42569 586.83 586.83 MARGARITA RD 6363 05/15/2019 010276 TIME WARNER CABLE MAY INTERNET SVCS- 30875 RANCHO 586.83 586.83 VISTA RD Paget apChkLst Final Check List Page: 3 05/23/2019 9:50:31AM CITY OF TEMECULA Bank: union UNION BANK (Continued) Check # Date Vendor Description 6364 05/17/2019 010276 TIME WARNER CABLE MAY INTERNET SVCS- 41000 MAIN ST 6365 05/16/2019 018858 FRONTIER CALIFORNIA INC MAY INTERNET SVCS-EOC 6366 05/20/2019 018858 FRONTIER CALIFORNIA INC MAY INTERNET SVCS-LIBRARY 6367 05/20/2019 018858 FRONTIER CALIFORNIA INC MAY INTERNET SVCS-LIBRARY 6368 05/16/2019 000262 RANCHO CALIF WATER VARIOUS APR WATER 3005020-28640 DISTRICT PUJOL 6369 05/10/2019 000537 SO CALIF EDISON APR 2-29-953-8447 31738 WOLF VALLEY RD 6370 05/10/2019 000537 SO CALIF EDISON APR 2-29-657-2332 45538 REDWOOD RD 6371 05/10/2019 000537 SO CALIF EDISON APR 2-30-220-8749 45850 N WOLF CREEK DR 6372 05/10/2019 000537 SO CALIF EDISON APR 2-31-404-6020 28771 OLD TOWN FRONT 6373 05/09/2019 001212 SO CALIF GAS COMPANY APR 125-244-2108-3 30600 PAUBA RD 6374 05/10/2019 001212 SO CALIF GAS COMPANY APR 101-525-1560-6 27415 ENTERPRISE CIR 6375 05/17/2019 002390 EASTERN MUNICIPAL WATER APR WATER: 31991 RORIPAUGH DIST VALLEY RD 6376 05/16/2019 016564 IMPACT TELECOM APR 800 SERVICES:CIVIC CENTER 6377 05/14/2019 000537 SO CALIF EDISON APR 2-39-043-8521 29028 OLD TOWN FRONT 6378 05/14/2019 000537 SO CALIF EDISON APR 2-36-122-7820 31777 DE PORTOLA RD 6379 05/14/2019 000537 SO CALIF EDISON APR 2-25-350-5119 45602 REDHAWK PKWY 6380 05/14/2019 000537 SO CALIF EDISON APR 2-29-479-2981 31454 TEM PKWY Amount Paid Check Total 44.87 44.87 143.67 143.67 11.14 11.14 11.14 11.14 47,532.39 47,532.39 12.17 12.17 12.41 12.41 363.90 363.90 492.81 492.81 466.52 466.52 330.29 330.29 1,131.10 1,131.10 57.19 57.19 10.76 10.76 11.22 11.22 13.42 13.42 66.54 66.54 Page:3 apChkLst 05/23/2019 9:50:31AM Final Check List CITY OF TEMECULA Page: 4 Bank: union UNION BANK (Continued) Check # Date Vendor Description Amount Paid Check Total 6381 05/14/2019 000537 SO CALIF EDISON APR 2-41-394-3267 46899 REDHAWK 88.11 88.11 PKWY 6382 05/14/2019 000537 SO CALIF EDISON APR 2-41-578-1897 32005 MURRIETA 112.80 112.80 HOT SPR 6383 05/13/2019 000537 SO CALIF EDISON APR 2-31-031-2590 28301 RANCHO CAL 12.55 12.55 6384 05/13/2019 000537 SO CALIF EDISON APR 2-31-936-3511 46488 PECHANGA 24.92 24.92 PKWY 6385 05/13/2019 000537 SO CALIF EDISON APR 2-39-737-1063 42061 MAIN ST 25.60 25.60 6386 05/13/2019 000537 SO CALIF EDISON APR 2-40-380-2424 40750 79.16 79.16 BUTTERFIELD STG 6387 05/13/2019 000537 SO CALIF EDISON APR 2-36-531-7916 44205 MAIN ST 80.19 80.19 6388 05/13/2019 000537 SO CALIF EDISON APR 2-29-657-2563 42902 98.37 98.37 BUTTERFIELD STG 6389 05/13/2019 000537 SO CALIF EDISON APR 2-33-237-4818 30499 RANCHO CAL 101.00 101.00 6390 05/13/2019 000537 SO CALIF EDISON APR 2-29-458-7548 32000 RANCHO CAL 178.88 178.88 6391 05/13/2019 000537 SO CALIF EDISON APR 2-10-331-2153 28816 PUJOL ST 621.63 621.63 6392 05/13/2019 000537 SO CALIF EDISON APR 2-20-798-3248 42081 MAIN ST 1,064.57 1,064.57 6393 05/13/2019 000537 SO CALIF EDISON APR 2-26-887-0789 40233 VILLAGE RD 1,861.88 1,861.88 6394 05/13/2019 000537 SO CALIF EDISON APR 2-27-560-0625 32380 2,558.58 2,558.58 DEERHOLLOW WAY 6395 05/13/2019 000537 SO CALIF EDISON APR 2-27-805-3194 42051 MAIN ST 3,448.40 3,448.40 6396 05/13/2019 000537 SO CALIF EDISON APR 2-28-629-0507 30600 PAUBA RD 6,740.11 6,740.11 6397 05/13/2019 000537 SO CALIF EDISON APR 2-01-202-7330 VARIOUS 77,839.70 77,839.70 LOCATIONS Page:4 apChkLst Final Check List Page: 5 05/23/2019 9:50:31AM CITY OF TEMECULA Bank: union UNION BANK (Continued) Check # Date Vendor Description Amount Paid Check Total 195446 05/21/2019 001526 MICHAELS STORES INC CULINARY CLASS PRGM FRAMES: 828.12 828.12 WORKFORCE 195447 05/23/2019 004802 ADLERHORST INTERNATIONAL TRACKING SEMINAR: 5/6-5/10: POLICE 1,000.00 LLC ICON HARNESS: BORIS: TEM POLICE 296.31 1,296.31 195448 05/23/2019 003951 ALL AMERICAN ASPHALT STREET MAINT: ASPHALT SUPPLIES - 1,363.51 PW STREET MAINT: ASPHALT SUPPLIES - PV 533.05 STREET MAINT: ASPHALT SUPPLIES - PV 414.86 STREET MAINT: ASPHALT SUPPLIES - PV 522.28 2,833.70 195449 05/23/2019 006915 ALLIES PARTY EQUIPMENT, RENTAL ITEMS:VARIOUS SPECIAL 290.96 290.96 RENTAL INC EVENTS 195450 05/23/2019 009787 ALTEC INDUSTRIES INC VEHICLE REPAIR & MAINT: PW - 74.38 74.38 TRAFFIC 195451 05/23/2019 000936 AMERICAN RED CROSS, STAFF CERTIFICATION: LIFEGUARD 37.00 37.00 HEALTH AND SAFETY SVCS COURSE 195452 05/23/2019 013950 AQUA CHILL OF SAN DIEGO MAY WATER SVCS: POLICE 56.57 STOREFRONT OFC MAY DRINKING WTR SYS MAINT: PW 28.28 MAY DRINKING WTR SYS MAINT: MPSC 34.75 MAY DRINKING WATER SVCS: INFO TEC 28.28 MAY DRINKING WTR SYS MAINT: JRC 28.28 MAY DRINKING WTR SYS MAINT: CIVIC C 183.71 MAY DRINKING WTR SYS MAINT: POLICE 56.57 416.44 195453 05/23/2019 004623 AQUASOURCEINC POOL TEST REAGENTS:AQUATICS 866.89 866.89 195454 05/23/2019 015592 BAMM PROMOTIONAL STAFF UNIFORMS:CRC 578.29 PRODUCTS INC SHIRTS:SPORTS 1,383.30 1,961.59 195455 05/23/2019 020574 BATTERY SYSTEMS INC BATTERIES: PW TRAFFIC 3,260.91 3,260.91 195456 05/23/2019 004262 BIO TOX LABORATORIES TOXICOLOGY & LAB 3,055.00 SRVCS:TEMECULA PD TOXICOLOGY & LAB SRVCS:TEMECULA 1,158.00 TOXICOLOGY & LAB SRVCS:TEMECULA 459.00 4,672.00 195457 05/23/2019 004248 CALIF DEPT OF DOJ BLOOD & ALCOHOL 105.00 JUSTICE-ACCTING ANALYSIS:TEM PD DOJ BLOOD &ALCOHOLANALYSIS:TEM 945.00 APR FINGERPRINTING SVCS: HR/TCSD/1 5,424.00 6,474.00 195458 05/23/2019 000131 CARL WARREN AND COMPANY APR CLAIM ADJUSTER SVCS: HR 3,773.20 3,773.20 INC Page:5 apChkLst 05/23/2019 9:50:31AM Final Check List CITY OF TEMECULA Page: 6 Bank: union UNION BANK (Continued) Check # Date Vendor Description Amount Paid Check Total 195459 05/23/2019 004462 CDW LLC, DBA CDW PRINTER PURCHASE - FIRE PREV 303.15 GOVERNMENT LLC MISC SMALL TOOLS & EQUIP:INFO TECF 198.16 501.31 195460 05/23/2019 021237 CHS EDUCATION REFUND: SEC DEPOSIT TCC 5/16/19 200.00 200.00 FOUNDATION, BOYS TENNIS 195461 05/23/2019 011922 CORELOGIC INC, DBA APR PROP ID SFTWR: CODE 350.50 350.50 CORELOGIC SOLUTIONS ENFORCEMENT 195462 05/23/2019 013379 COSSOU, CELINE TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 105.00 TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 495.60 600.60 195463 05/23/2019 004329 COSTCO TEMECULA 491 MISC SUPPLIES:MPSC 307.68 SUPPLIES:CULTURALARTS EVENTS 283.70 MISC SUPPLIES/EQUIPMENT:LIBRARY 1,053.04 1,644.42 195464 05/23/2019 017038 CPS HR CONSULTING STAFF TRAINING: HR 4,450.00 4,450.00 195465 05/23/2019 011870 CRIME SCENE STERI-CLEAN, BIO-HAZARD CLEAN-UP:TEMECULA PD 750.00 750.00 LLC 195466 05/23/2019 019858 CUB SCOUT PACK 301 REFUND: SEC DEPOSIT CRC 5/13/19 200.00 200.00 195467 05/23/2019 001393 DATA TICKET INC, DBA FEB CITATION PROCESSING: POLICE 1,221.05 REVENUE EXPERTS APR CITATION PROCESSING: POLICE 839.38 2,060.43 195468 05/23/2019 017292 DELGADO, CLAUDIA REFUND: SEC DEPOSIT CRC 5/17/19 200.00 200.00 195469 05/23/2019 003945 DIAMOND ENVIRONMENTAL PORTABLE RESTROOM RENTAL: VAIL 165.88 SRVCS RANCH PORTABLE RESTROOM RENTAL: LA SEF 110.88 PORTABLE RESTROOM RENTAL: LONG i 110.88 PORTABLE RESTROOM RENTAL: RIVER- 110.88 498.52 195470 05/23/2019 004192 DOWNS ENERGY FUEL FUEL FOR CITY VEHICLES: PUBLIC 172.46 WORKS FUEL FOR CITY VEHICLES: PARK MAINT 1,568.87 FUEL FOR CITY VEHICLES: POLICE DEP 90.36 FUEL FOR CITY VEHICLES: STREET MAI 1,004.98 FUEL FOR CITY VEHICLES: TRAFFIC DIV 376.73 FUEL FOR CITY VEHICLES: TCSD 799.00 FUEL FOR CITY VEHICLES: CODE ENFOI 184.26 FUEL FOR CITY VEHICLES: BLDG INSPE 274.80 4,471.46 195471 05/23/2019 008532 DREAM SHAPERS PERFORMANCE:TVM 490.00 490.00 195472 05/23/2019 019293 E&F PET SUPPLIES INC K-9 FOOD: TEMECULA POLICE 94.50 94.50 Page.-6 apChkLst Final Check List Page: 7 05/23/2019 9:50:31AM CITY OF TEMECULA Bank: union UNION BANK (Continued) Check # Date Vendor Description 195473 05/23/2019 018098 ELITE CLAIMS MANAGEMENT JUN '19 3RD PARTY CLAIM INC ADMIN:WRKRS COMP 195474 05/23/2019 009618 ENNIS FLINT INC THERMOPLASTIC MATT: STREET MAINT: PW THERMOPLASTIC MAT'L: STREET MAINT 195475 05/23/2019 015090 EVAPCO PRODUCTS INC, DBA MAY CIVIC CTR: CONDENSER H2O DOLPHIN WATERCARE SYS MAINT 195476 05/23/2019 017736 FEAST CALIFORNIA CAFE LLC, RFRSHMNTS: WANDERING SPIRIT DBA CORNER BAKERY CAFE EVENT: 5/25 195477 05/23/2019 000165 FEDERAL EXPRESS INC 5/6 EXP MAIL SVCS: CIP 4/30 EXP MAIL SVCS: TVM 4/20-4/30 EXP MAIL SVCS: 195478 05/23/2019 002982 FRANCHISE TAX BOARD KRACH, BREE - CASE# 603016103 195479 05/23/2019 007831 FRIENDS OF THE TEMECULA FY 18/19 DISCRETIONARY GRANT FUNDING:ZS 195480 05/23/2019 016184 FUN EXPRESS LLC, DAY CAMP SUPPLIES:CRC SUBSIDIARY OF ORIENTALTR 195481 05/23/2019 003946 G T ENTERTAINMENT, AKA DJ/ANNOUNCER:D&D DATE NIGHT 5/10 GEOFFREY GAIER 195482 05/23/2019 017866 GARDEN STATE FIREWORKS DEPOSIT: FIREWORKS SHOW 2019 INC 195483 05/23/2019 010452 GAYLORD BROS INC MUSEUM ACCESSIONING TOOLS 195484 05/23/2019 000177 GLENNIES OFFICE PRODUCTS MISC OFC SUPPLIES: FINANCE INC OFC SUPPLIES - PREVENTION OFFICE SUPPLIES:INFO TECH MISC OFC SUPPLIES: CENTRAL SVCS 195485 05/23/2019 019721 GOVCONNECTION INC MONITOR REFRESH:INFO TECH 195486 05/23/2019 020725 GRANICUS LLC, DBA AGENDA MGMNT ANNUAL GRANICUS RENEWAL:CLERK Amount Paid Check Total 1,250.00 1,250.00 3,536.58 1,087.50 4,624.08 618.30 618.30 339.86 339.86 45.62 227.13 94.82 367.57 171.28 171.28 1,000.00 1,000.00 190.70 190.70 300.00 300.00 19,600.00 19,600.00 1,208.77 1,208.77 22.07 101.75 27.88 135.88 287.58 8,771.01 8,771.01 4,235.70 4,235.70 Page:? apChkLst Final Check List Page: 8 05/23/2019 9:50:31AM CITY OF TEMECULA Bank: union UNION BANK Check # Date Vendor 195487 05/23/2019 000186 HANKS HARDWARE INC 195488 05/23/2019 021240 HOLDAWAY, LYNN 195489 05/23/2019 010210 HOME DEPOT SUPPLY INC (Continued) Description MAINT SUPPLIES: CRC MAINT SUPPLIES: AQUATICS MAINT SUPPLIES: OLD TOWN MAINT SUPPLIES: TVM MAINT SUPPLIES: VAI PARKS Small tools & equip:harveston park VARI TOOLS & EQUIPMENT.-TVM &ACE HARDWARE SUPPLIES: BC HARDWARE SUPPLIES - STA 73 Small tools & equip:harveston park MAINT SUPPLIES: MPSC MAINT SUPPLIES: MPSC MAINT SUPPLIES: TVM MAINT SUPPLIES: TVM VARI TOOLS & EQUIPMENT.-TVM &ACE MAINT SUPPLIES: TCC MAINT SUPPLIES: VARI PARKS MAINT SUPPLIES: VARI PARKS MAINT SUPPLIES: VARI PARKS MAINT SUPPLIES: VARI PARKS HARDWARE SUPPLIES: STA84 HARDWARE SUPPLIES - TCC REFUND: ENG DEPOSIT LD18-0613 VARI TOOLS & EQUIPMENT:TVM & ACE 195490 05/23/2019 019085 INTERPRETERS UNLIMITED TRANSLATION SVCS:TEMECULA PD INC 195491 05/23/2019 020259 KAVEH ENGINEERING AND, CONSTRUCTION OF OVERLAND DR CONSTRUCTION, INC EXT: PW16-06 CREDIT: EXCEEDS AUTHORIZED AMOUi• 195492 05/23/2019 001091 KEYSER MARSTON MAR REAL ESTATE, HOUSING, ECO ASSOCIATES INC CONSULT APR REAL ESTATE, HOUSING, ECO CON APR AFFORDABLE HOUSING ANALYSIS: 195493 05/23/2019 020396 KINGDOM CAUSES, DBA CITY HOMELESS COLLABORATIVE SVCS NET 195494 05/23/2019 001282 KNORR SYSTEMS INC CRC POOL: VARIOUS PARTS CRC POOL: INSTALL NEW FLOAT VALVE 195495 05/23/2019 017118 KRACH BREE B, DBA 25 YEAR PINS:SISTER CITY TEMECULA TROPHY & DES CREDIT: TAX WITHHOLDING CASE 60301 Amount Paid Check Total 42.04 43.75 30.86 22.80 68.64 110.72 43.87 11.40 135.94 26.08 19.55 3.80 10.86 31.53 80.12 26.83 81.55 130.49 13.57 19.96 27.35 215.02 3,000.00 117.22 16.00 119,156.59 -7,856.44 4,400.00 5,336.94 518.75 10,000.00 5,751.91 10,673.65 685.13 -171.28 1,196.73 3,000.00 117.22 16.00 111,300.15 10,255.69 10,000.00 16,425.56 513.85 Page:8 apChkLst Final Check List Page: 9 05/23/2019 9:50:31AM CITY OF TEMECULA Bank: union UNION BANK (Continued) Check # Date Vendor Description 195496 05/23/2019 004905 LIEBERT, CASSIDYAND APR HR LEGAL SVCS FOR W H ITMORE TE060-00001 195497 05/23/2019 014772 LOTA, RAYMOND A PHOTO BOOTH RENTAL - EVENTS 195498 05/23/2019 003782 MAIN STREET SIGNS, DBA SIGN REPLACEMENT SUPPLIES:PW ATHACO INC ST 195499 05/23/2019 011920 MASTER CONCEPTS LLC, DBA TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS MASTER SPORTS TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 195500 05/23/2019 014392 MC COLLOUGH JILL DENISE, MAY PLANTSCAPE SVCS: LIBRARY DBA TEMECULA PLANTSCAPE MAY PLANTSCAPE SVCS: CIVIC CTR 195501 05/23/2019 000944 MCCAIN TRAFFIC SUPPLY INC TRAFFIC SIGNAL EQUIPMENT: PW 195502 05/23/2019 018675 MDG ASSOCIATES INC DEC -MAR LABOR COMPLIANCE SVCS MAR CDBG ADMIN SVCS: PLANNING 195503 05/23/2019 020907 MICHELLE MEDINA, DBA TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS MICHELLE Q MEDINA TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 195504 05/23/2019 005690 MICHELLE'S PLACE WOMENS DONATION REIMBURSEMENT BREAST, CANCER RESOURCE CENTER 195505 05/23/2019 013443 MIDWESTTAPE LLC BOOKS/COLLECTIONS:LIBRARY 195506 05/23/2019 000973 MIRACLE RECREATION TEMEKU HILLS PARK: SAFETY EQUIPMENT SURFACING Amount Paid Check Total 794.00 794.00 698.00 698.00 2,262.75 2,262.75 441.00 532.70 661.50 955.50 294.00 1,102.50 955.50 1,470.00 367.50 588.00 808.50 220.50 441.00 220.50 514.50 1,932.00 11,505.20 200.00 500.00 700.00 28,901.41 28,901.41 597.50 5,567.50 6,165.00 414.05 573.30 784.00 784.00 2,555.35 58,000.00 58,000.00 99.04 99.04 71,821.49 71,821.49 Page9 apChkLst O5/23/2019 9:50:31AM Final Check List CITY OF TEMECULA Page: 10 Bank: union UNION BANK (Continued) Check # Date Vendor Description Amount Paid Check Total 195507 05/23/2019 012264 MIRANDA, JULIO C TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 604.80 TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 672.00 TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 268.80 1,545.60 195508 05/23/2019 016445 MKB PRINTING & Business Cards - Gwyn Flores 142.39 PROMOTIONAL INC, DBA MINUTEMAN PRESS BUSINESS CARDS & ENVELOPES: TEME 51.16 193.55 195509 05/23/2019 017956 MONOPRICE INC AUDIO VISUAL SUPPLIES:INFO TECH 26.18 26.18 195510 05/23/2019 004040 MORAMARCO, ANTHONY J, ART WORKSHOPS:TVM 400.00 DBA BIGFOOT GRAPHICS PROMO ITEMS/DSGN :VARI EVENTS 300.00 GRAPHIC DSGN SVCS: TCSD ACTIVITY ( 1,800.00 2,500.00 195511 05/23/2019 002105 OLD TOWN TIRE AND SERVICE CITY VEHICLE MAINT SVCS:PW 57.74 57.74 STREETS 195512 05/23/2019 016585 PACIFIC PLAY SYSTEMS INC PLAYCRAFT PARTS:MARGARITA PARK 1,004.15 1,004.15 195513 05/23/2019 000472 PARADISE CHEVROLET REFUND: PA18-1022 APN 921730072 597.50 597.50 CADILLAC 195514 05/23/2019 013418 PENWORTHY COMPANY, THE BOOKS/COLLECTIONS:LIBRARY 1,154.66 1,154.66 195515 05/23/2019 018462 PERDUE ROBERTS DBA, REIMB/LDSCP 3,800.00 3,800.00 PERDUE RUSSELL & MATTHIES REPLACEMENT:O.T.SIDEWALK, 195516 05/23/2019 010338 POOL & ELECTRICAL VARIOUS SUPPLIES: AQUATICS 456.80 PRODUCTS INC CHEMICAL SUPPLIES: SPLASH PARK & F 483.05 939.85 195517 05/23/2019 020127 QUINN COMPANY GENERATOR MAINT - STA 73 610.41 GENERATOR MAINT - STA 92 596.48 GENERATOR MAINT - STA 95 596.84 1,803.73 195518 05/23/2019 021074 RESPONSIBLE MEDICAL, APR TB TESTING FOR EMPLOYEES:HR 735.00 735.00 SOLUTIONS CORP 195519 05/23/2019 000353 RIVERSIDE CO AUDITOR, APR'19 PRKG CITATION 2,490.00 2,490.00 CONTROLLER ASSESSMENTS 195520 05/23/2019 000418 RIVERSIDE CO CLERK & NOE:UTSPA STREETSCAPE/SIDEWALK 50.00 50.00 RECORDER STD 195521 05/23/2019 001592 RIVERSIDE CO INFO MAR EMERG RADIO RENTAL: TEM 2,551.37 2,551.37 TECHNOLOGY POLICE Page:10 apChkLst Final Check List Page: 11 05/23/2019 9:50:31AM CITY OF TEMECULA Bank: union UNION BANK (Continued) Check # Date Vendor Description 195522 05/23/2019 000955 RIVERSIDE CO SHERIFF SW PATROL SRVCS:TASTE OF TEMECULA STN 4/26 195523 05/23/2019 001365 RIVERSIDE, COUNTY OF, 07/01/19-06/30/20 PERMIT:S.HICKS PRK ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH DEPT 07/01/19-06/30/19 PERMIT:STA95 07/01/19-06/30/19 PERMIT:TES POOL 195524 05/23/2019 009980 SANBORN GWYNETH A, CO COUNTRY LIVE! @ THE MERC 5/18/19 TEMECULA MUSIC ACADEMY 195525 05/23/2019 017699 SARNOWSKI SHAWNA M PHOTOGRAPHY:HIGH HOPES RECITAL PRESTON 5/3/19 PHOTOGRAPHY:VITICULTURE MPSC 5/7 PHOTOGRAPHY:SPECIAL GAMES 5/4/19 PHOTOGRAPHY:POLYNESIAN DANCER PHOTOGRAPHY:AOTW 513/19 PHOTOGRAPHY:MOTHER'S DAY TEA 5/4, PHOTOGRAPHY:CULINARY CLASS 5/9/1S 195526 05/23/2019 009213 SHERRY BERRY MUSIC JAZZ @ THE MERC 5/16/19 195527 05/23/2019 000293 STADIUM PIZZA INC REFRESH MENTS:VOLUNTEER APPRECIATION 195528 05/23/2019 002366 STEAM SUPERIOR CARPET CARPET CLEANING SRVCS:CRC CLEANING CARPET/FURNITURE CLEANING:FOC 195529 05/23/2019 015648 STEIN ANDREW, DBA PARKINK IMPRINTED PRODUCTS:SISTER CITIES 195530 05/23/2019 006145 STENO SOLUTIONS APR TRANSCRIPTION SRVCS:POLICE TRANSCRIPTION, SRVCS INC 195531 05/23/2019 021144 STEWART, RICHARD LESLIE LOVE TEMECULA LETTERS W/LIGHTS 5/29 195532 05/23/2019 003840 STRONGS PAINTING PAINT SNACK BAR:PAT BIRDSALL PARK 195533 05/23/2019 020446 SURERIDE CHARTER INC, DBA TRANSPORTATION:SENIOR SUN DIEGO CHARTER EXCURSION 6119/19 195534 05/23/2019 000919 TEMECULA VALLEY UNIFIED APR CHS AQUATICS FACILITY RENTAL SCHOOL, DISTRICT MAR CHS AQUATICS FACILITY RENTAL 195535 05/23/2019 013474 TOWN & COUNTRY TOWING TOWING SERVICES: TEMECULA POLICE Amount Paid Check Total 1,000.04 1,000.04 146.00 1,203.00 406.00 1,755.00 345.75 345.75 100.00 100.00 175.00 150.00 125.00 125.00 150.00 925.00 675.00 675.00 109.14 109.14 225.00 1,250.00 1,475.00 998.19 998.19 361.53 361.53 438.00 438.00 900.00 900.00 1,086.50 1,086.50 240.48 1,202.40 1,442.88 510.00 510.00 Page:11 apChkLst Final Check List Page: 12 05/23/2019 9:50:31AM CITY OF TEMECULA Bank: union UNION BANK (Continued) Check # Date Vendor Description 195536 05/23/2019 010046 TV CONVENTION &VISITORS MAR'19 BUS. IMPRV DISTRICT BUREAU, DBA VISIT TEMECULA ASMNTS VALLEY 195537 05/23/2019 014866 TWM ROOFING, INC T.E.S. POOL ROOF REPLACEMENT 195538 05/23/2019 020963 UPTOWN TEMECULA AUTO APR VEHICLE DETAILING SRVCS:FIRE SPA LLC PREV 195539 05/23/2019 004794 VALLEY WINDS COMMUNITY, ENTERTAINMENT:SAM HICKS PARK CONCERT BAND 6/21/19 195540 05/23/2019 014848 VALUTEC CARD SOLUTIONS APR TICKETING SRVCS:THEATER LLC 195541 05/23/2019 021238 VICKERS, JANUARY REFUND: SMARTPAY LIBRARY 195542 05/23/2019 021239 VILLARREAL, JOSE REIMB:PESTICIDE SEMINARS 4/18,7/24,9/12 195543 05/23/2019 019321 VISIT TEMECULA VALLEY TENANT IMPROVEMENTS:TVCVB OFFICE TENANT IMPROVEMENTS:TVCVB OFFIC 195544 05/23/2019 021131 WARREN BURLEY, DBA 2 GUN PROFESSIONAL VIDEO FOR WSP: HR PRODUCTIONS Amount Paid Check Total 142, 235.36 142, 235.36 29,780.00 8.00 500.00 101.96 4.99 240.00 4,471.80 5,950.59 2,650.00 Grand total for UNION BANK: 29,780.00 8.00 500.00 101.96 4.99 240.00 10,422.39 2,650.00 826,707.79 Page:12 apChkLst Final Check List Page: 13 O5/23/2019 9:50:31AM CITY OF TEMECULA 165 checks in this report. Grand Total All Checks: 826,707.79 Page:13 Item No. 4 CITY OF TEMECULA AGENDA REPORT TO: City Manager/City Council FROM: Randi Johl, Director of Legislative Affairs/City Clerk DATE: June 11, 2019 SUBJECT: Adopt Ordinance 19-08 Approve an Outdoor Vendor Ordinance Pertaining to Public and Private Property (Long Range Planning Project No. LR18-1663) (Second Reading) PREPARED BY: Randi Johl, Director of Legislative Affairs/City Clerk RECOMMENDATION: That the City Council adopt an ordinance entitled: ORDINANCE NO. 19-08 AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA RENUMBERING CHAPTER 5.20 (OUTDOOR VENDORS) AS CHAPTER 8.61 (OUTDOOR VENDING ON PRIVATE PROPERTY) AND MAKING RELATED AMENDMENTS, ADDING A NEW CHAPTER 8.60 PERTAINING TO OUTDOOR VENDING ON PUBLIC PROPERTY, AMENDING SECTION 12.04.060 PERTAINING TO VENDING IN CITY PARKS, AND MAKING A FINDING OF EXEMPTION UNDER THE CALIFORNIA ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY ACT (LONG RANGE PLANNING PROJECT NO. LR18-1663) BACKGROUND: The City of Temecula is a general law city formed under the laws of the State of California. With respect to adoption of ordinances and resolutions, the City adheres to the requirements set forth in the Government Code. With the exception of urgency ordinances, Government Code Section 36934 requires two readings of standard ordinances more than five days apart. Ordinances must be read in full at the time of introduction or passage unless a motion waiving the reading is adopted by a majority of the City Council present. Ordinance No. 19-08 was first introduced at the regularly scheduled meeting of May 28, 2019. FISCAL IMPACT: None ATTACHMENTS: Ordinance ORDINANCE NO. 19-08 AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA RENUMBERING CHAPTER 5.20 (OUTDOOR VENDORS) AS CHAPTER 8.61 (OUTDOOR VENDING ON PRIVATE PROPERTY) AND MAKING RELATED AMENDMENTS, ADDING A NEW CHAPTER 8.60 PERTAINING TO OUTDOOR VENDING ON PUBLIC PROPERTY, AMENDING SECTION 12.04.060 PERTAINING TO VENDING IN CITY PARKS, AND MAKING A FINDING OF EXEMPTION UNDER THE CALIFORNIA ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY ACT (LONG RANGE PLANNING PROJECT NO. LR18-1663) WHEREAS, Senate Bill ("SB") 946 was signed into law on September 17, 2018, and became effective January 1, 2019; WHEREAS, SB 946 limits the authority of cities and counties to regulate outdoor vendors on public property, except in accordance with California Government Code Sections 51038 and 51039; WHEREAS, the City of Temecula Municipal Code currently prohibits outdoor vendors within the public right-of-way and public parks, in conflict with SB 946; WHEREAS, the City Council finds that the act of outdoor vending in areas of the public right-of-way creates the potential for increased safety hazards, such as, but not limited to, inhibiting the ability of disabled individuals and other pedestrians to follow a safe path of travel; interfering with the performance of police, firefighter, and emergency medical personnel services; encouraging pedestrians to cross mid -block or stand in roadways to purchase food; and creating obstacles and contributing to congestion for pedestrian, vehicle, and bicycle traffic; WHEREAS, the City Council finds that restrictions on outdoor vendors are needed to accommodate vendors and their equipment, while also safe -guarding the flow of pedestrian movement on sidewalks and in the public right-of-way, safe -guarding the traveling public on City streets, and ensuring no interference with the performance of police, firefighter, and emergency medical personnel services; WHEREAS, the City Council finds that the regulation of vendors engaged in the sale of food and food products will help to ensure that outdoor vendors obtain all necessary permits and comply with applicable sanitation, food preparation, and food handling laws, and thereby will protect the public health and safety against health problems such as food contamination, poor hygienic practices, and the threat of food poisoning; WHEREAS, the City Council finds that regulations related to the collection and disposal of trash or other debris generated by outdoor vendors are necessary to ensure that such trash or debris is not left, thrown, discarded, or deposited on City streets, sidewalks, pathways, gutters, or storm drains, or upon public or private lots, so that the same might be or become a pollutant; WHEREAS, the City Council finds that restrictions on outdoor vendors in public parks is necessary to ensure the public's use and enjoyment of natural resources and recreational opportunities, and to prevent an undue concentration of commercial activity that would unreasonably interfere with the scenic and natural character of these parks; WHEREAS, the City Council finds that restrictions on outdoor vendors in residential areas and schools are necessary to ensure that such areas are protected from excessive traffic impacts to maintain circulation flow and without distractions while sustaining pedestrian safety during peak - time hours; WHEREAS, the City Council finds that restrictions prohibiting stationary outdoor vendors from vending on unpaved or unimproved surfaces is necessary to protect the public health and safety as pollutants could contaminate the ground; WHEREAS, the City Council finds that restrictions on outdoor vendors are necessary to safe -guard the flow of pedestrian, bicycle, and automobile movement along street intersections, driveway or drive apron, and transit stops with proper distance separation to safe -guard the traveling public on City streets, maintain American with Disabilities Act (ADA) accessibility standards, and ensuring no interference with the performance of police, firefighter, and emergency medical personal services; WHEREAS, the City Council finds that restrictions regarding the hours of operations of outdoor vendors are necessary within residential neighborhoods to ensure that the vendors are not creating excess noise and a commercial type activities within a residential zone that can be detrimental to the general welfare of the community; WHEREAS, the City Council finds that requiring proof of liability insurance for outdoor vendors as part of the permit requirement is essential to protect the public health and welfare and ensure that the City is protected from potential liability as a result of any injuries caused by the vending carts or operation of the vending carts; WHEREAS, the City Council finds that restrictions prohibiting the sale of alcohol, cannabis, tobacco, adult -orientated materials, weapons, starter guns and fake knives is necessary to protect the public health, safety, and welfare; WHEREAS, the City Council finds that restrictions regarding the appearance of the vending carts are necessary to ensure that the vendor carts are not detrimental to the general welfare of the community; and WHEREAS, the City Council adopts this Ordinance under the authority provided in SB 946, and finds that the time, place, and manner regulations and requirements provided herein are directly related to the City's purpose of protecting of the health, safety, and welfare of its residents, businesses and visitors. NOW, THEREFORE, THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA DOES ORDAIN AS FOLLOWS: Section 1. Chapter 5.20 (Outdoor Vendors) of Title 5 (Business Licenses and Regulations) of the Temecula Municipal Code is hereby renumbered as Chapter 8.61 and renamed as "Outdoor Vending on Private Property", and is hereby added to Title 8 (Health and Safety) of the Temecula Municipal Code. Section 2. Section 8.61.030 (License and application.) of Chapter 8.61 (Outdoor Vending on Private Property) of Title 8 (Health and Safety) of the Temecula Municipal Code is hereby amended to add a new subsection C to read as follows: "C. This Chapter shall not apply to outdoor vending on public property which is regulated pursuant to Chapter 8.60 of the Municipal Code." Section 3. Section 8.61.080 (Prohibited conduct and hours of operation.) of Chapter 8.61 (Outdoor Vending on Private Property) of Title 8 (Health and Safety) of the Temecula Municipal Code is hereby amended to amend subsection C to read as follows (with additions shown in underline and deletions shown in strikethrough): "C. Store, park or leave any vending stand on any undeveloped or otherwise vacant property, or store, park or leave any vending stand within M public right of way unless it is done in compliance with Chapter 8.60 of the Municipal Code;" Section 4. The Temecula Municipal Code is hereby amended to add a new Chapter 8.60 to Title 8 (Health and Safety), which shall read as follows: "Chapter 8.60 - Outdoor Vending on Public Property Sections: 8.60.010 Definitions. 8.60.020 Permit Required. 8.60.030 Permit Application. 8.60.040 Criteria for Approval or Denial of Permit. 8.60.050 Permit Expiration and Renewal. 8.60.060 Permit Rescission. 8.60.070 Appeals. 8.60.080 Permits Non -Transferrable. 8.60.090 Operating Standards. 8.60.100 Administrative Citations. 8.60.010 Definitions. The following words and phrases, whenever used in this chapter, shall mean as follows: A. "Block" means the aggregate of private lots, passages, and common drives without the separation of another street or an area of land within a subdivision entirely bounded by streets, or bounded on part by streets and in part by the exterior boundary of the subdivision. B. "Certified farmers' market" means a location operated in accordance with Chapter 10.5 of Division 17 of the Food and Agricultural Code and any regulations adopted pursuant to that chapter. C. "Director" means the City Manager, or his or her designee. D. "Outdoor vendor" means a person who vends from a vending cart or from one's person, upon a public sidewalk, pedestrian path, or other public right of way available to pedestrians. An outdoor vendor may be either a roaming vendor or a stationary vendor. E. "Permit" means an outdoor vendor permit issued pursuant to this Chapter. F. "Person" means one or more natural persons, groups, businesses, business trusts, companies, corporations, joint ventures, joint stock companies, partnership, entities, associations, clubs, or organizations composed of two or more individuals (or the manager, lessee, agent, servant, officer, or employee of any of them), whether engaged in business, nonprofit, or any other activity. G. "Roaming vendor" means a vendor who moves from place to place and stops only to complete a transaction. H. "Stationary vendor" means a vendor who vends from a fixed location. I. "Swap meet" means a location operated in accordance with Article 6 of Chapter 9 of Division 8 of the Business and Professions Code, and any regulations adopted pursuant to that article. I "Temporary special permit" means a permit issued by the City for the temporary use of, or encroachment on, the sidewalk or any other public area, including, but not limited to, an encroachment permit, special event permit, or temporary event permit, for purposes including, but not limited to, filming, parades, or outdoor concerns. K. "Transit Stop" means a site containing a rail station or the intersection of two or more bus routes with a service interval of 15 minutes or less during the morning and afternoon peak commute periods. L. "Vend" or "vending" means to sell, offer for sale, display for sale, or solicit offers to purchase, food, food products, beverages, goods, or merchandise. M. "Vending cart" means a pushcart, stand, display, pedal -driven cart, wagon, showcase, rack, or other non -motorized conveyance used for vending, that is not a vehicle as defined in the California Vehicle Code. 8.60.020 Permit Required. No person, either for themselves or any other person, shall conduct or engage in outdoor vending within the City without first obtaining an outdoor vending permit pursuant to this chapter. 8.60.030 Permit Application. To apply for an outdoor vending permit, a person must file an application with the Director, accompanied by a nonrefundable processing fee in an amount established by resolution of the City Council. The application shall be in a form prescribed by the Director and shall contain, at a minimum, the following: A. The legal name and current address and telephone number of the applicant; B. If the applicant is an agent of an individual, company, partnership, corporation, or other entity, the name and business address of the principal; C. A description of the food or merchandise offered for sale; D. Whether the applicant intends to operate as a stationary vendor or a roaming vendor; E. A copy of a valid business license issued pursuant to Chapter 5.04 of the Temecula Municipal Code; F. A California seller's permit number pursuant to Section 6067 of the Revenue and Taxation Code; G. Certification by the applicant that the information contained in the application is true to his or her knowledge and belief, H. If an outdoor vendor of food or food products, certification to completion of a food handler course and proof of all required approvals from the Riverside County Department of Environmental Health; I. Proof of general liability insurance with minimum combined single limits coverage of one million dollars ($1,000,000) and naming the city and Temecula Community Services District as "additional insureds" in a form approved by the City Manager; depth); J. A plan of how the outdoor vendor will collect and dispose of trash and recycling; K. A diagram that identifies the dimensions of the vending cart (height, width, and L. A colored photograph of the vending cart; M. A plan of how the outdoor vendor will properly display Department of Environmental Health permit and Business License on the cart; N. Identify the proposed hours of operation; and O. Any other reasonable information regarding the time, place, and manner of the proposed vending. 8.60.040 Criteria for Approval or Denial of Permit. that: A. The Director shall approve the issuance of a permit unless he or she determines Information contained in the application, or supplemental information requested from the applicant, is false in any material detail; or 2. The applicant has failed to provide a complete application, after having been notified of the requirement to produce additional information or documents; or 3. The applicant has failed to demonstrate an ability to conform to the operating standards set forth in Section 8.60.090; or 4. The applicant has failed to pay any previous administrative fines, or complete any community service associated with a previous violation of this chapter. B. If the permit is denied, written notice of such denial and the reasons therefor shall be provided to the applicant. C. Prior to issuance of a permit, if food will be served from the vending cart, the City shall have the right to inspect the cart for fire and safety issues to ensure that the public health and safety will not be injured by the operation of the vending cart. 8.60.050 Permit Expiration and Renewal. A permit shall be valid for twelve (12) months from the date of issuance, and shall expire and become null and void on the anniversary of its issuance. A person may apply for a permit renewal on a form provided by the City prior to the expiration of his or her active permit. 8.60.060 Permit Revocation The Director may revoke a permit issued to an outdoor vendor for a fourth violation or subsequent violation of this Chapter. An outdoor vendor whose permit is revoked may apply for a new permit upon the expiration of the term of the revoked permit. 8.60.070 Appeals. Any person aggrieved by the decision of the Director to issue, deny issuance, or rescind a permit may appeal the decision to the City Council pursuant to the provisions of Chapter 2.36 of the Code. The appeal shall be filed with the City Clerk within ten (10) days following the date of the Director's decision. 8.60.080 Permits Nontransferable. No permit granted pursuant to this Chapter shall be transferable. 8.60.090 Operating Standards. Outdoor vendors shall comply with the following operating standards: A. No outdoor vendor shall vend in any of the locations listed below. Any distances identified below shall be measured from the property line. Within fifty (50) feet of any street intersection; 2. Within fifteen (15) feet of any fire hydrant, fire call box, police call box, or other emergency facility; 3. Within twenty five (25) feet of any driveway or driveway apron; 4. Within fifty (50) feet of a transit stop; 5. Upon or within any roadway, median strip, or dividing section; 6. Upon an outdoor area that is unpaved or unimproved (i.e., is not made from concrete, asphalt, or similar material); 7. Within two hundred (200) feet of a permitted certified farmers' market, a swap meet, or an area designated for a temporary special permit. This prohibition shall be limited to the operating hours of the farmers' market or swap meet, or the limited duration of the temporary special permit. 8. Within two hundred (200) feet of any property on which a school building or facility is located during the following times: a. an hour before school is in session; and b. an hour before and an hour after school dismissal. 9. Within one hundred (100) feet of any public picnic area, playground area, or playground equipment. 10. Within two hundred (200) feet from the Civic Center building, Civic Quad and Town Square. 11. Outdoor vendors shall not be located at any signalized intersections or in any manner block traffic signal equipment and cabinets. B. Stationary outdoor vendors are prohibited from operating in the following zoning districts: Hillside Residential District (HR), Rural Residential (RR), Very Low Density Residential (VL), Low Density Residential (L-1 and L-2), Low Medium Density Residential (LM), Medium Density Residential (M), High Density Residential (H), and Hillside Residential -Santa Margarita (HR-SM). C. Stationary outdoor vendors shall not vend at any park where the City has signed an agreement for concessions that exclusively permits the sale of food or merchandise by a concessionaire. D. Stationary outdoor vendors shall not be located on utility boxes or in a manner that obstructs access to a utility box. E. No outdoor vendor shall vend in a manner that blocks or obstructs the free movement of pedestrians or vehicles. Outdoor vendors must at all times provide a clearance of not less than four (4) feet on all outdoor or pedestrian areas so as to enable persons to freely pass while walking, running, or using mobility assistance devices. F. Outdoor vending is permitted during the following time periods: 1. From dusk until dawn, in the following zoning districts: Hillside Residential District (HR), Rural Residential (RR), Very Low Density Residential (VL), Low Density Residential (L-1 and L-2), Low Medium Density Residential (LM), Medium Density Residential (M), High Density Residential (H), and Hillside Residential -Santa Margarita (HR-SM). 2. In nonresidential areas, the hours of operation shall be between 7:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. daily. In no event shall the limit on hours of operation be more restrictive than the hours of operation of other businesses or uses on the same block. 3. In City parks, outdoor vending shall be permitted during public park hours of operation. G. Outdoor vendors shall provide a trash receptacle for customers and ensure proper disposal of customer trash. Prior to leaving any vending location, the outdoor vendor shall pick up, remove, and dispose of all trash generated by the vending operations or the outdoor vendor's customers within a fifteen (15) foot radius of the vending location. 1. A stationary outdoor vendor shall maintain a clearly designated trash receptacle in the immediate vicinity of the vending cart marked with a sign requesting use by patrons. The trash receptacle shall be large enough to accommodate customer litter without resort to use of existing trash receptacles located on any block for use by the general public. The outdoor vendor's trash receptacle may not be left on the public right-of-way upon leaving any vending location. The outdoor vendor shall not empty its trash receptacle into a City refuse container. 2. A roaming outdoor vendor shall maintain a trash receptacle attached to the vending cart marked with a sign requesting use by patrons. The trash receptacle shall be large enough to accommodate customer litter without resort to use of existing litter receptacles located on any block for use by the general public. The outdoor vendor shall not empty its litter receptacle into a City refuse container. H. Outdoor vendors of food or food products shall possess and display in plain view on the vending cart a valid mobile food facility permit from Riverside County Department of Environmental Health. I. Outdoor vendors shall possess at all times while vending a valid permit issued pursuant to this chapter, as well as any other permit or license required by the City and any other appropriate governmental agency. The permit shall be displayed in plain view on the vending cart. J. Outdoor vendors shall comply with all applicable state and local laws, including without limitation state food preparation, handling, and labeling requirements; fire codes and regulations; noise standards; parking requirements; and the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 and other disability access standards (both state and federal). K. Vending carts shall not be chained, fastened, or affixed at any time to any building or structure, fences and utilities, including, but not limited to lampposts, parking meters, traffic signals, fire hydrants, benches, bus shelters, trash cans, street signs, trees, or other objects within the public right-of-way. No vending cart shall become a permanent fixture on the vending site or be considered an improvement to real property. L. Autonomous vending is prohibited. M. Vending carts shall not be left unattended or stored on public property, within the public right-of-way, or on private property visible from the public right-of-way. N. Outdoor vendors shall possess at all times while vending proof of liability insurance. O. Outdoor vendors shall not sell any of the following prohibited items: 1. Alcohol; 2. Cannabis; 3. Tobacco products, vapes, e-cigarettes; 4. Adult orientated material; 5. Weapons of any kind; 6. Toy guns and toy weapons; 7. COz powered, spring powered and air powered weapons; 8. Lethal weapons; 9. Non -lethal weapons; or 10. Starter guns and fake knives. P. The use of amplified sound is prohibited. Q. Outdoor vending carts shall be maintained in a clean and neat manner. R. Vending carts that will be operated in the Old Town Specific Plan area shall not be substantially different in appearance from stationary vending carts that are permitted to operate in the Old Town Specific Plan area. S. Outdoor vendors must ensure that food and merchandise are securely fastened to the vending cart in such a manner that the food or merchandise does not fall off or extend outside of the frame of the vending cart. T. All signage and advertising related in any way to the outdoor vendor must be attached to the vending cart or the outdoor vendor's person, and shall not be flashing or animated. 8.60.100 Administrative Citations. A. A violation of this chapter by an outdoor vendor who has a valid permit from the City is punishable only by an administrative citation pursuant to Chapter 1.21, in amounts not to exceed the following: 1. One hundred dollars ($100) for a first violation. 2. Two hundred dollars ($200) for a second violation within one year of the first violation. 3. Five hundred dollars ($500) for each additional violation within one year of the first violation. B. A person engaged in outdoor vending without a valid City outdoor vending permit is punishable by an administrative citation pursuant to Chapter 1.21 in amounts not to exceed the following, in lieu of the amounts set forth in paragraph A: 1. Two hundred fifty dollars ($250) for a first violation. 2. Five hundred dollars ($500) for a second violation within one year of the first violation. 3. One thousand dollars ($1,000) for each additional violation within one year of the first violation. 4. Upon proof of a valid outdoor vending permit issued by the City, the administrative citations set forth in this paragraph shall be reduced to amounts set forth in paragraph A. C. A violation of this Chapter shall not be punishable as an infraction or misdemeanor. No person alleged to have violated the provisions herein shall be subject to arrest except when otherwise permitted by law. D. Failure to pay an administrative citation issued pursuant to this section shall not be punishable as an infraction or misdemeanor. Additional fines, fees, assessments, or any other financial conditions beyond those authorized herein shall not be assessed. E. When assessing administrative citations pursuant to this section, the hearing officer shall take into consideration the person's ability to pay the fine. The City shall provide the person with notice of his or her right to request an ability -to -pay determination and shall make available instructions or other materials for requesting an ability -to -pay determination. The person may request an ability -to -pay determination at adjudication or while the judgment remains unpaid, including when a case is delinquent or has been referred to a comprehensive collection program. F. If the person meets the criteria described in subdivision (a) or (b) of Government Code Section 68632, the City shall accept, in full satisfaction, twenty (20) percent of an administrative citation imposed pursuant to this chapter. G. The hearing officer may allow a person to complete community service in lieu of paying the total administrative citation, may waive the administrative citation, or may offer an alternative disposition." Section 5. Section 12.04.060 (Solicitation prohibited.) of Chapter 12.04 (Park and recreation area use regulations.) of Title 12 (Public services) of the Temecula Municipal Code is hereby amended to read as follows (with additions shown in underline and deletions shown in strikethrough): "No person shall practice, carry on, conduct or solicit for any commercial occupation, business or profession in any city park, or sell or offer for sale any food, beverage, merchandise, article or anything whatsoever in any city park. This section shall not apply to any person acting pursuant to a contract with the city or the Temecula community services district, or under a permit granted by the commission or director, including any_permit issued pursuant to Chapter 8.60." Section 6. CE A. The City Council finds and determines that there is no possibility that the adoption of this Ordinance will have a significant effect on the environment. Accordingly, this Ordinance is not subject to the requirements of the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) pursuant to Sections 15061(b) (3) and 15378 of Division 6 of Title 14 of the California Code of Regulations. Section 7. Severability. If any section, subsection, sentence, clause, or phrase of this Ordinance is for any reason held to be invalid or unconstitutional by a decision of any court of any competent jurisdiction, such decision shall not affect the validity of the remaining portions of this Ordinance. The City Council hereby declares that it would have passed this Ordinance, and each and every section, subsection, sentence, clause, or phrase not declared invalid or unconstitutional without regard to whether any portion of the Ordinance would be subsequently declared invalid or unconstitutional. Section 8. Effective Date. This Ordinance shall take affect thirty (30) days after its adoption. The City Clerk is directed to certify to the enactment of this Ordinance and to cause this ordinance to be published and/or posted as required by law. PASSED, APPROVED, AND ADOPTED by the City Council of the City of Temecula this 1 lth day of June, 2019. Michael S. Naggar, Mayor ATTEST: Randi Johl, City Clerk [SEAL] STATE OF CALIFORNIA ) COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE ) ss CITY OF TEMECULA ) I, Randi Johl, City Clerk of the City of Temecula, do hereby certify that the foregoing Ordinance No. 19-08 was duly introduced and placed upon its first reading at a meeting of the City Council of the City of Temecula on the 28th day of May, 2019, and that thereafter, said Ordinance was duly adopted by the City Council of the City of Temecula at a meeting thereof held on the 1 lth day of June, 2019, by the following vote: AYES: COUNCIL MEMBERS: NOES: COUNCIL MEMBERS: ABSTAIN: COUNCIL MEMBERS: ABSENT: COUNCIL MEMBERS: Randi Johl, City Clerk Item No. 5 CITY OF TEMECULA AGENDA REPORT TO: City Manager/City Council FROM: Isaac Garibay, Human Resources Manager DATE: June 11, 2019 SUBJECT: Approve Annual Renewal of Various Insurance Policies PREPARED BY: Roberto Cardenas, Risk Manager RECOMMENDATION: That the City Council: 1. Approve the insurance policy renewal for Excess Liability insurance with AIX Specialty Insurance Company, in the amount of $164,294.57, for the period of July 1, 2019 to July 1, 2020; 2. Approve the insurance policy renewal for Excess Workers' Compensation insurance with New York Marine and General Insurance Company, in the amount of $50,054.00, for the period of July 1, 2019 to July 1, 2020; 3. Approve the insurance policy renewal for Property & Equipment Breakdown insurance with American Home Assurance Company, in the amount of $101,000.00 for the period of July 1, 2019 to July 1, 2020; 4. Approve the insurance policy renewal for Difference In Conditions (Earth Movement and Flood) insurance with Arrowhead, in the amount of $181,558.73, for the period of July 1, 2019 to July 1, 2020; 5. Approve the insurance policy renewal for Auto Physical Damage insurance with Hanover Insurance Company, in the amount of $5,868.00, for the period of July 1, 2019 to July 1, 2020; 6. Approve the insurance policy for Cyber Risk insurance with ACE American Insurance Company (Chubb), in the amount of $9,105.00, for the period of July 1, 2019 to July 1, 2020; 7. Approve the insurance policy for Crime insurance with Hanover Insurance Company, in the amount of $2,548.00, for the period of July 1, 2019 to July 1, 2020; 8. Approve the insurance policy for Pollution/Environmental Legal Liability insurance with Indian Harbor Insurance (XL Catlin), in the amount of $13,390.20, for the period of July 1, 2019 to July 1, 2020; 9. Approve the insurance policy for Volunteer Accident insurance with Berkley Accident & Health, in the amount of $557.00, for the period of July 1, 2019 to July 1, 2020; 10. Approve the insurance policy for Standalone Terrorism Liability, Business Interruption, and Property Damage insurance with Lloyd's / Beazley, in the amount of $8,276.64, for the period of July 1, 2019 to July 1, 2020. BACKGROUND: In preparation for the July 1, 2019 expiration of the City's insurance policies, staff requested that the City's insurance broker, Arthur J. Gallagher & Company (AJG) market the City's insurance program, including Excess Liability, Excess Workers' Compensation, Property & Equipment Breakdown, Difference In Conditions (Earth Movement and Flood), Automobile Physical Damage, Cyber Risk, Crime, Pollution/Environmental Legal Liability, Volunteer Accident, and Standalone Terrorism coverage. In response, AJG obtained proposals from various insurance carriers. After accounting for broker fees and the addition of Standalone Terrorism Liability, Business Interruption, and Property Damage insurance, the insurance premiums represent approximately $37,800.71 increase over the City's FY 2018/19 insurance premiums. The insurance premiums are listed below by category and in order of responsiveness: Excess Liability Insurance Carrier Premium AIX Specialty Insurance Company $164,294.57 Brit Declined to Quote — Pricing Not Competitive Chubb Group of Insurance Companies Declined to Quote — Pricing Not Competitive Euclid Specialty Declined to Quote — Not Writing CA Business Safety National Declined to Quote — Pricing Not Competitive Old Republic Declined to Quote — Pricing Not Competitive The premium amount of $164,294.57 for Excess Liability Insurance represents a $13,764.99 increase over the previous policy. The increase in premiums is primarily due to recent liability related claim activity and the current market conditions as a whole. The preferred proposal submitted by AIX Specialty Insurance Company provides coverage of $10 million per occurrence with a self -insured retention of $150,000. To ensure AIX Specialty Insurance Company has sufficient financial capacity to provide the necessary policy limits to insure the City's risks, AJG utilized the services of A.M. Best to assess their financial strength and creditworthiness. A.M. Best assigned a Financial Strength Rating of "A" (Excellent) to AIX Specialty Insurance Company based on their ability to meet their ongoing insurance policy and contractual obligations (after a comprehensive evaluation of their balance sheet strength, operating performance, and business profile). In addition, A.M. Best assigned AIX Specialty Insurance Company a Financial Size Category of "XV" ($2 Billion or more) based on their policyholder's adjusted surplus. Excess Workers' Compensation Insurance Carrier Premium New York Marine and General Insurance Company $50,054.00 Chubb Group of Insurance Companies Declined to Quote — $200K Minimum Premium Arch Declined to Quote Midwest Employers Declined to Quote — $ 1 M Minimum SIR As a cost saving measure, in 2014 the City incorporated a $500,000 Self -Insured Retention into the City's Workers' Compensation insurance program. Therefore, rather than the City's insurance carrier covering the costs of employee related work injuries from the first dollar of loss, the City self -insures for the first $500,000 of each occurrence, with the insurance policy covering costs in excess of $500,000. The premium amount of $50,054.00 represents a $2,618.00 increase over the previous policy. A.M. Best assigned New York Marine and General Insurance Company a Financial Strength Rating of "A-" (Excellent) and a Financial Size Category of "IX" ($250 Million to $500 Million) based on their policyholder's adjusted surplus. Property and Equipment Breakdown Insurance Carrier Premium American Home Assurance Company $101,000.00 Chubb Group of Insurance Companies Declined to Quote — Pricing Not Competitive Zurich Declined to Quote — Pricing Not Competitive Travelers Companies, Inc. Declined to Quote — Wildfire Exposure Too High The premium amount of $101,000.00 represents an $8,000.00 increase over the previous policy due to a slight increase in both Total Insured Value and overall rate. The preferred proposal submitted by American Home Assurance Company provides coverage of $170,000,000 with a $10,000 deductible. A.M. Best assigned American Home Assurance Company a Financial Strength Rating of "A" (Excellent) and a Financial Size Category of "XV" ($2 Billion or Greater) based on their policyholder's adjusted surplus. Difference In Conditions: Earth Movement and Flood Carrier Premium Arrowhead - Empire Indemnity Insurance Company $181,558.73 Ironshore Declined to Quote — Pricing Not Competitive RSUI Declined to Quote — Pricing Not Competitive Landmark Declined to Quote — Pricing Not Competitive The premium amount of $181,558.73 represents a $5,956.71 increase over the previous policy due to a slight increase in Total Insured Value. The preferred proposal submitted by Arrowhead (Managing General Agent) includes $35,000,000 in coverage with an earth movement deductible of 5% applied per unit subject to a minimum of $50,000, flood inside high hazard zones deductible of 2% applied per location, subject to a minimum of $500,000, flood outside high hazard zones deductible of $100,000, and a deductible for all other insured perils of $25,000. A.M. Best assigned Arrowhead's Financial Strength Rating of "A+" (Superior) and above and Financial Size Categories of "XV" ($2 Billion or greater) and above based on their policyholder's adjusted surplus. Auto Physical Damage & Contractor's Equipment Premium Hanover Insurance Company $5,868.00 7Carrier Travelers Companies, Inc. Declined to Quote — Cannot Match Expiring Terms AIG Declined to Quote — Pricing Not Competitive The premium amount of $5,868.00 represents a decrease over the previous policy. The preferred proposal submitted by Hanover Insurance Company provides coverage of $2,132,623 (Catastrophic Limit) and $407,610 Contractors Equipment with a $5,000 deductible. A.M. Best assigned Hanover Insurance Company a Financial Strength Rating of "A" (Excellent) and a Financial Size Category of "W' ($2 Billion or greater) based on their policyholder's adjusted surplus. Cyber Risk Insurance Carrier Premium ACE American Ins. Company (Chubb) $9,105.00 XL $8,127.00 National Union Fire Insurance Company of Pittsburgh, PA $9,144.63 Lloyd'sBeazley $12,578.02 To protect the City against Internet -based risks, and more generally from risks relating to information technology infrastructure and activities (such as data destruction, extortion, theft, and hacking) the City opted to purchase Cyber Risk Insurance. The premium amount of $9,105.00 represents a $93.38 (slight) increase over the previous policy. The proposal submitted ACE American Insurance Company (Chubb) provides coverage of $1,000,000 with a $15,000 SIR. A.M. Best assigned Chubb Group of Insurance Companies a Financial Strength Rating of "A++" (Superior) and a Financial Size Category of "XV" ($2 Billion or more) based on their policyholder's adjusted surplus. Crime Insurance Carrier Premium Hanover Insurance Company $2,548.00 American International Group, Inc. Declined to Quote — Pricing Not Competitive Great American Insurance Company Declined to Quote — Need Additional Application Completed The premium amount of $2,548.00 represents a $1,253.00 decrease over the previous policy. The preferred proposal submitted by Hanover Insurance Company provides coverage of $1,000,000 with a $10,000 deductible. In addition, the Crime insurance policy includes coverage for City Officials including, but not limited to, the City Manager, City Clerk, Finance Director, and City Treasurer. A.M. Best assigned Hanover Insurance Company a Financial Strength Rating of "A" (Excellent) and a Financial Size Category of "XV" ($2 Billion or greater) based on their policyholder's adjusted surplus. Pollution/Environmental Legal Liability Insurance Carrier Premium Indian Harbor Insurance (XL) $13,390.20 Illinois Union Insurance Company (Chubb) $11,077.00 JPRIMA $11,308.00 To address emerging trends (specifically release of pollutants), the City asked AJG to solicit proposals for Pollution/Environmental Legal Liability Insurance. After our coverage analysis, Indian Harbor Insurance (XL Catlin) provided more broadened terms over Illinois Union Insurance Company (Chubb). The preferred proposal submitted by Indian Harbor Insurance (XL Catlin) provides $1,000,000 coverage with $2,000,000 aggregate and a $25,000 SIR. A.M. Best assigned Indian Harbor Insurance (XL Catlin) a Financial Strength Rating of "A+" (Superior) and a Financial Size Category of "XV" ($2 Billion or more) based on their policyholder's adjusted surplus. Volunteer Accident Insurance Carrier Premium Berkley Life & Health Insurance Company $557.00 To address emerging trends and to protect the City's Workers' Compensation SIR, the City asked AJG to solicit proposals for Volunteer Accident Insurance. Berkley Life & Health Insurance Company submitted the lowest quote. The insurance covers Accidental Death & Dismemberment and Accident Medical & Dental Expenses of City volunteers. The preferred proposal submitted by Berkley Accident & Health provides $50,000 coverage with $500,000 aggregate of AD&D at no deductible and $100,000 of Accidental Medical & Dental Expense at no deductible. A.M. Best assigned Berkley Life and Health Insurance Company a Financial Strength Rating of "A+" (Superior) and a Financial Size Category of "VIII" ($100 Million to $250 Million) based on their policyholder's adjusted surplus. Standalone Terrorism Liability, Business Interruption, and Property Damage Carrier Premium Lloyd's / Beazley $8,276.64 To address emerging trends, AJG has provided the City with quote options for a standalone Terrorism Liability, Business Interruption, and Property Damage policy. After our coverage analysis, Lloyd's / Beazley is providing broader terms than the City's previous TRIA purchases, with a much less specific loss trigger. The preferred proposal submitted by Lloyd's / Beazley provides $5,000,000 coverage with $5,000,000 aggregate and a $10,000 deductible. A.M. Best assigned Lloyd's of London / Beazley a Financial Strength Rating of "A" (Excellent) and a Financial Size Category of "XV" ($2 Billion or more) based on their policyholder's adjusted surplus. Cost for the standalone option versus current TRIA coverage includes: ■ TRIA options for purchase (not included in any of the premiums shown above)_ $9,757.15 ■ Standalone Terrorism Liability, BI / PD option for purchase = $8,276.64 ■ Total premium savings with Standalone Terrorism (including enhanced coverage) _ $1,480.51 Reasons a Standalone Terrorism placement is advantageous to purchasing TRIA coverage includes: Standalone option provides coverage for foreign or domestic terrorist activity such as: Boston Bombing, Orlando Nightclub Shooting, San Bernardino County Shooting ■ TRIA only covers certified acts of terrorism that meet the following criteria: o Sustaining over $5M in aggregate property and casualty losses o Agreed upon by three (3) high ranking members of the federal government (i.e. attorney general, secretary of treasury, secretary of homeland security) To date, there has not been one incident that has met all of these criteria. FISCAL IMPACT: Adequate funds have been budgeted in the Insurance Internal Service Fund (account 300.199.999.5204) and Workers' Compensation (account 305.199.999.5200) for this request. ATTACHMENTS: Insurance Proposal Arthur J. Gallagher & Co. Susan Blankenburg Area Executive Vice President Arthur J. Gallagher & Co. Insurance Brokers of CA., Inc. License Number - 0726293 1255 Battery Street #450 San Francisco, CA 94111 Susan—Blankenburg@ajg.com www.ajg.com © 2018 Arthur J. Gallagher & Co. City of Temecula Table of Contents Our Team and Commitment Service Team & Commitment..............................................................................................4 Your Program NamedInsured...................................................................................................................... 6 Exposure & Premium Summary..........................................................................................8 MarketplaceReview..............................................................................................................9 ProgramDetails..................................................................................................................12 Excess Liability (1st Layer) - AIX.................................................................................12 DIC - Primary $10M - Arrowhead.................................................................................18 Excess DIC - $25M xs $10M - Arrowhead..................................................................23 Auto Physical Damage - Hanover...............................................................................25 Cyber Liability - AIG..................................................................................................... 30 Crime- Hanover............................................................................................................35 Pollution Legal Liability - XL.......................................................................................36 Pollution Legal Liability - Chubb................................................................................39 Volunteer Accident — Berkley Life and Health...........................................................42 PremiumSummary .............................................................................................................44 PaymentPlans....................................................................................................................47 Proposal Disclosures Proposal Disclosures.........................................................................................................49 Insurance Company Ratings and Admitted Status.........................................................51 Client Signature Requirements Changes / Developments................................................................................................... 55 Client Authorization to Bind Coverage.............................................................................56 Surplus Lines Notice - California......................................................................................60 Carrier TRIA & Other Forms............................................................................................... 62 Appendix ClaimsReporting By Policy...............................................................................................74 Bindable Quotations & Compensation Disclosure Schedule........................................77 Arthur T. Gallagher & Co. Insurance Brokers of CA., Inc. 2 Our Team and Commitment City of Temecula Service Team Susan Blankenburg has primary service responsibility for your company. We operate using a team approach. Your Service Team consists of: Susan Blankenburg 1 (415) 536-8417 Susan_ Blankenburg@ajg.com Area Executive Vice President Eric Kikalo 1 (415) 536-4053 Eric_Kikalo@ajg.com Client Service Manager Ron Green 1 (415) 536-8432 Ron_Green@ajg.com Certificate Unit / Senior Client Service Associate Arthur J. Gallagher & Co. Insurance Brokers of CA., Inc. Main Office Phone Number: (415) 546-9300 Arthur T. Gatlagher & Co. Insurance Brokers of CA., Inc. City of Temecula City of Temecula Named Insured 1. City of Temecula 2. Temecula Community Services District, 3. Oversight Board and The Successor Agency to the Redevelopment Liability Agency, 4. Redevelopment Agency for the City of Temecula, 5. Temecula Public Financing Authority, 6. Temecula Housing Authority, 7. Industrial Development Authority of the City of Temecula 1. City of Temecula 2. Temecula Community Services District, 3. Oversight Board and The Successor Agency to the Temecula Workers' Compensation Redevelopment Agency, 4. Redevelopment Agency of the City of Temecula, 5. Temecula Public Financing Authority 6. Temecula Housing Authority 1. City Temecula, 2. Temecula Community Services District, 3. Oversight Board and The Successor Agency to the Temecula Property Redevelopment Agency, 4. Redevelopment Agency of the City of Temecula, 5. Temecula Public Financing Authority, 6. Temecula Housing Authority 1. City Temecula, 2. Temecula Community Services District, 3. Oversight Board and The Successor Agency to the Temecula Earth Movement & Flood (DIC) Redevelopment Agency, 4. Redevelopment Agency of the City of Temecula, 5. Temecula Public Financing Authority, 6. Temecula Housing Authority 1. City of Temecula; 2. Temecula Community Services District; 3. Oversight Board and The Successor Agency to the Redevelopment Auto Physical Damage Agency; 4. Redevelopment Agency for the City of Temecula; 5. Temecula Public Financing Authority; 6. Temecula Housing Authority Cyber 1. City of Temecula 1. City of Temecula; 2. Temecula Community Services District; 3. Oversight Board and The Successor Agency to the Redevelopment Crime Agency; 4. Redevelopment Agency for the City of Temecula; 5. Temecula Public Financing Authority; 6. Temecula Housing Authority 1. City of Temecula; 2. Temecula Community Services District; 3. Oversight Board and The Successor Agency to the Redevelopment Pollution Agency; 4. Redevelopment Agency for the City of Temecula; 5. Temecula Public Financing Authority; 6. Temecula Housing Authority; 7. Industrial Development Authority of the City of Temecula Arthur T. Gallagher & Co. Insurance Brokers of CA., Inc. City of Temecula Named Insured Volunteer Accident 11. City of Temecula Terrorism 11. City of Temecula Note: Any entity not named in this proposal may not be an insured entity. This may include partnerships and joint ventures. Arthur T. Gallagher & Co. Insurance Brokers of CA., Inc. City of Temecula Exposure & Premium Summary EXPIRING RENEWAL % i i Change ­ Exposures Payroll 14,962,956 15,344,543 3% Property - TIV $170,630,443 $176,654,993 4% Auto Physical Damage - TIV 2,748,492 2,540,233 -8% Revenue 152,406,984 164,142,370 8% Employee Count 302 272 -10% Volunteer Count 120 120 0% Rate Liability - payroll 1.0060 1.0707 6% Workers Compensation - payroll 0.3170 0.3262 3% Property - TIV 0.0545 0.0572 5% Earth Movement & Flood (DIC) - TIV 0.1029 0.1028 0% Auto Physical Damage - TIV 0.2194 0.2310 5% Cyber - Revenue 0.0591 0.0555 -6% Crime - Employee Count $12.59 $9.37 56% Volunteer Accident - Volunteer Count $4.64 $4.64 0% Environmental Liability - TIV 0.0078 0.0076 -3% Sandalone Terrorism - Revenue - 0.0050 - Prem Liability ($10M xs $150K SIR) $150,530 $164,295 9% Workers Compensation $47,436 $50,054 6% Property $93,000 $101,000 9% Earth Movement & Flood (DIC) $175,602 $181,559 3% Auto Physical Damage $6,029 $5,868 -3% Cyber $9,012 $9,105 1% Crime $3,801 $2,548 -33% Volunteer Accident $557 $557 0% Environmental Liability $13,390 $13,390 0% Standalone Terrorism - 1 $8,277 - TOTAL PREMIUM $499,356.43 $536,652.14 7% Optional Coverages Terrorism - TIV See options in the Marketing Summary below - Arthur 1. GaUa her & Co. Insurance Brokers of CA. Inc. City of Temecula Marketplace Review We approached the following carriers in an effort to provide the most comprehensive and cost effective insurance program. tXceSS Llamility— 1" Layer (4,1uM) Quoted AIX Specialty Insurance Option 1: $10M xs $150k SIR $164,294.57 Company (incumbent) Option 2: $10M xs $250K SIR $148,214.81 Brit Declined to Quote — Pricing not competitive - Chubb Group of Insurance Declined to Quote — Pricing not competitive & cannot match Companies expiring terms _ Euclid Specialty Declined to Quote — Not writing CA business Declined to Quote — Pricing not competitive Declined to Quote — Pricing not competitive Excess Workers' Compensation - - - Safety National Old Republic New York Marine And Quoted General Insurance Co. (incumbent) WC Stat / EL $1M xs $500k SIR $50,054.00 - Chubb Group of Insurance Companies Declined to Quote — $200K minimum premium Declined to Quote — $1 M minimum SIR for Police & Fire - Arch Midwest Employers Declined to Quote — $1 M minimum SIR - Property & Equipment Break American Home Assurance Co. Quoted - $170M xs $10k deductible $101,000.00 (incumbent) Chubb Group of Insurance Declined to Quote — Pricing not competitive & $50K Companies minimum deductible Zurich Declined to Quote — Pricing not competitive - Declined to Quote — Not interested in CA wildfire exposure - Travelers Companies, Inc. Earth Movement & Flood (DIC) Quoted - Primary $10M $122,260.01 Arrowhead (incumbent) Arrowhead (incumbent) Quoted - $25M xs $10M $59,298.72 Ironshore Declined to Quote — Pricing not competitive - RSUI Declined to Quote — Pricing not competitive - Landmark Declined to Quote — Pricing not competitive - Auto Physical Damage Arthur 1. Gallagher & Co. Insurance Brokers of CA., Inc. City of Temecula Review (Cont. Hanover Insurance Quoted $5,868.00 Company (Incumbent) Travelers Companies, Inc. Declined to Quote — Cannot match expiring terms - AIG Declined to Quote — Pricing not competitive - Cyber NEW - National Union Fire Quoted Insurance Company of Pittsburgh, PA (incumbent) $1 M xs $15K (per expiring) $9,144.63 Quoted Lloyd's / Beazley Option 1: $1 M xs $15K w/ $1 M addl. breach response $12,578.02 Option 2: $3M xs $15K w/ $3M addl. breach response $17,378.88 Option 3: $5M xs $25K w/ $5M addl. breach response $26,153.98 Quoted XL Option 1: $1M xs $15K $8,127.00 Option 2: $2M xs $15K $13,528.49 Quoted ACE American Insurance Company (Chubb) Option 1: $1 M xs $15K $9,105.00 Option 1: $2M xs $15K $14,445.00 Hanover Insurance Company (incumbent) American International Group, Inc. Great American Insurance Company Indian Harbor / XL (incumbent) Illinois Union Insurance Company (Chubb) Crime Quoted Option 1: $1 M (expiring) Option 2: $2M Declined to Quote — Pricing not competitive Declined to Quote — Need an additional application completed Environmental Liability wuoieu $1M$2M xs $25K SIR (expiring) Quoted Option 1: $2M/$2M xs $25K SIR (1 yr. term) Option 2: $1 M/$2M xs $25K SIR (3 yr. term) Option 3: $2M/$2M xs $25K SIR (1 yr. term) Option 4: $2M/$2M xs $25K SIR (3 yr. term) JPRIMA Quoted (policy runs 4/1 — 4/1) $1 M/$1 M xs $25K deductible $2,548.00 $5,331.00 $13,390.20 $11,077.00 $23,262.31 $13,179.67 $27,677.21 $11,308.00 Arthur T. Gallagher & Co. Insurance Brokers of CA. Inc. 10 City of Temecula Review (Cont. Volunteer Accident Berkley Accident & Health Quoted (incumbent) $557.00 -Mli Terrorism Quoted (ind. Surplus Lines Taxes & Fees) Option 1: Liability @ $5M $6,321.00 Option 2: Liability @ $10M $10,645.08 Lloyd's / Beazley Option 3: BI / PD @ $5M $4,726.56 Option 4: BI / PD @ $10M $7,874.16 Option 5: Liability & BI / PD @ $5M $8,276.64 Option 6: Liability & BI / PD @ $10M $13,880.40 Arthur T. Gallagher & Co. Insurance Brokers of CA., Inc. 11 City of Temecula Program Details Coverage: Excess Liability - $10M xs SIR Carrier: AIX Specialty Insurance Company (incumbent) Policy Period: 7/1/2019 to 7/1/2020 Coverage: DESCRIPTION• General Liability — Each Occurrence & Aggregate Automobile Liability - Each Accident $10,000,000 $10,000,000 Errors & Omissions Liability - Each Occurrence $10,000,000 Errors & Omissions Liability - Annual Aggregate $20,000,000 Employment Practice Liability — Each Occurrence & Aggregate $10,000,000 Sexual Harassment Liability - Each Occurrence & Aggregate Sexual Abuse Liability - Each Occurrence & Aggregate Employee Benefits Liability - Each Occurrence & Aggregate Law Enforcement Liability - Each Occurrence & Aggregate; except: • Reimbursement Of Defense Costs Incurred Prior To Denial Or Declination: • Any One Insured ■ Each Occurrence ■ Aggregate Clash Coverage $10,000,000 $10,000,000 $10,000,000 $10,000,000 $25,000 $50,000 $100,000 $450,000 Self -Insured Retention: Each Occurrence; except: Policy Form: Protected Self -Insurance Package Policy Coverage Form Endorsements include, but are not limited to: Statutory Requirement Endorsement Service of Process Endorsement Endorsement — Additional Named Insureds - Per Expiring Policy Endorsement — Employer's Liability - $2,000,000 xs $1,000,000 underlying limit $150,000 Endorsement — Section IV — Amendment to Errors & Omissions to be Occurrence form as opposed to Claims - Made Endorsement — Section IV - Errors & Omissions - Occurrence Endorsement — Section VI — Amendment to Employee Benefits Liability to be Occurrence form as opposed to Claims -Made Arthur 1. Gallagher & Co. Insurance Brokers of CA., Inc. 12 City of Temecula Program Details (Cont.) Endorsements include, but are not limited to: Endorsement — Section VI - Employee Benefits Liability - Occurrence Exclusions include, but are not limited to: General Policy Communicable Disease G 1 P 1; Designated Operations: Riverside County Sheriffs and Riverside County Fire Department enera o icy General Policy NPR00240715 Eminent domain, condemnation proceedings, adverse possession or inverse condemnation proceedings ERISA Expenses from any cost, civil fine, penalty or expense against any INSURED for any compliance or enforcement action from any Federal, State or local governmental regulatory or administrative agency Fraudulent or Dishonest Acts Committed by the Insured Fungal Pathogens (Mold) or Bacteria General Policy General Policy General Policy General Policy General Policy Investment activities, or the administration of self-insurance funds General Policy Lead General Policy Nuclear, Biological, chemical or Radiological Acts of Terrorism NPR00130715 General Policy Pollution with exception to Hostile Fire and Equipment use to Heat, Cool or Dehumidify the Building General Policy War or Military Action General Liability Aircraft / Airport Liability General Liability Employment Related Practices General Liability Law Enforcement Liability General Liability Property of the Insured General Liability Reasonable Force or Corporal Punishment General Liability Sexual Abuse General Liability Sexual Harassment General Liability Watercrafts over 50 feet General Liability Workers Compensation or similar law Automobile Liability First party physical damage coverage; uninsured and/or underinsured motorist law; no fault law; or personal injury protection law Automobile Liability Racing or demolition contest or stunting activity Automobile Liability Workers Compensation or similar law E&O Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) EBL Bodily Injury or Property Damage or Personal Injury EBL Discrimination against an employee EBL Dishonest, fraudulent, criminal or malicious act or omission Co. Insurance Brokers of CA. 13 City of Temecula Program Details (Cont.) Exclusions include, but are not limited to: •DESCRIPTION EBL Employment Practices ERISA EBL EBL Failure of any investment to perform as represented by you EBL Failure of performance of contract EBL Failure to comply with mandatory provisions of any law concerning Workers' Compensation, unemployment insurance, social security or disability benefits EBL Labor Relations/Occupational Safety/Notification/Workers Compensation/Wage and Hour LEL Aircraft / Airport Liability LEL Property of the Insured LEL Watercrafts over 50 feet Other Significant Terms and Conditions/Restrictions: Automatic Acquisition Clause - Reporting Threshold Defense Costs: Inside Retention / Inside Limit Exposure information per application signed 4/17/19 and on file with carrier Service Organization Designated by You — Carl Warren & Company TRIA Option: premium of $937.00 included below (accepted on expiring) Premium Taxes & Fees ESTIMATED PROGRAM COST Minimum Premium: 100% TRIA/TRIPRA PREMIUM Auditable: N/A $159,500.00 $5, 750.11 $164,294.57 $966.98 Arthur T. Gallagher & Co. Insurance Brokers of CA., Inc. 14 City of Temecula Program Details Coverage: Property Carrier: American Home Assurance Company (incumbent) Policy Period: 7/1/2019 to 7/1/2020 The following is a general summary of the Insuring Agreement. Refer to actual policy form for complete terms and conditions. Coinsurance or Agreed Amount: All Covered Property Yes Coverage: Blanket - Limit of Liability Sub -Limits: $170,000,000 DESCRIPTION• Accounts Receivable $1,000,000 $100,000 $1,000,000 Arson or Theft Reward Brands and Labels - increased from expiring $100K Building Materials at Off Premises Storage for Property Under Misc. Property - $10,000,000 Construction Contractor's Equipment $1,000,000 Debris Removal $10,000,000 Deferred Payments $250,000 Demolition and Increased Cost of Construction: • Coverage A — Undamaged Portion Policy Limit • Coverage B — Demolition $25,000,000 • Coverage C — Increased Cost of Construction $25,000,000 Earthquake Excluded Electronic Data and Media $2,500,000 Equipment Breakdown $170,000,000 Errors or Omissions $10,000,000 Expediting Expenses $1,000,000 Fairs or Exhibitions Misc. Property - $10,000,000 Fine Arts $1,000,000 Fire Brigade Charges and Extinguishing Expenses $250,000 Flood Excluded Fungus, Mold or Spore — resultant damage $1,000,000 Installation Coverage $100,000 Land and Water Clean -Up $1,000,000 Arthur 1. Gallagher & Co. Insurance Brokers of CA., Inc. 15 City of Temecula Program Details (Cont.) Sub -Limits: DESCRIPTION Locks and Keys AMOUNT $100,000 Machinery or Equipment Startup Option $100,000 Miscellaneous Property / Unnamed Locations $10,000,000 Money and Securities $50,000 Named Storm $170,000,000 Newly Acquired Property (120 days to report) $20,000,000 Outdoor Property $1,000,000 Pairs or Set $10,000,000 Personal Property Not at a Covered Location Misc Property - $10,0005000 Preservation of Property $1,000,000 Professional Fees $250,000 Property Removed From a Covered Location Preservation of Prop $1,000,000 Railroad Rolling Stock $1005000 Salespersons Samples Misc Property - $10,000,000 Service Interruption Spoilage Transit Upgrade to Green — Physical Damage & Time Element Valuable Papers and Records Time Element Coverages: Attraction Property Civil or Military Authority Contingent Time Element: Contractual Penalties $150005000 $2505000 $1,000,000 25% of loss w/ maximum of $500,000 $550005000 1 mile / 30 days / $250,000 1 mile / 30 days / $1,000,000 $5005000 $100,000 Crisis Management 30 days / $100,000 Extended Period of Indemnity 180 Days Extra Expense $1,000,000 Ingress & Egress 1 mile / 30 days / $1,000,000 Logistics Extra Cost $1005000 Ordinary Payroll 60 days Rental Value $10,000,000 Royalties Service Interruption $1005000 $150005000 Soft Costs $500,000 Arthur T. Gallagher & Co. Insurance Brokers of CA.� 16 City of Temecula Program Details (Cont.) Deductibles: Perils Covered: Special Form Perils Valuations: Policy Form: Commercial Property Policy — 113813 (1/17) Endorsements include, but are not limited to: Exclusions include, but are not limited to: Earth Movement Exclusion Flood Exclusion Government Action Exclusion War Exclusion Nuclear Hazard, Power Failure Other Significant Terms and Conditions/Restrictions: Coverage Territory: United States, its territories and possessions and Puerto Rico, including their respective coastal waters. If any coverage is provided on a worldwide basis, such worldwide coverage shall not include any jurisdiction prohibited or restricted under United Nations resolutions or the trade or economic sanctions, laws or regulations of the European Union or the United States of America. Losses are only covered within the coverage territory Total Insured Value of $176,654,993 on file with carrier per Statement of Vales as of 4/22/19 TRIA Option: premium of $7,787 included below (rejected on expiring) ur T. Gallagher &-ro. Insurance Brokers of CAM 17 City of Temecula Program Details (Cont.) Premium Engineering Fees ESTIMATED PROGRAM COST Minimum Earned Premium: N/A TRIA/TRIPRA PREMIUM Subject to Audit: N/A $97,000.00 $4,000.00 $101,000.00 $7,787.00 Arthur T. Gallagher & Co. Insurance Brokers of CA., Inc. 18 City of Temecula Program Details (Cont.) Coverage: Earth Movement & Flood - Primary $10M Carrier: Arrowhead - Empire Indemnity Insurance Company (incumbent) Policy Period: 7/1/2019 to 7/1/2020 The following is a general summary of the Insuring Agreement. Refer to actual policy form for complete terms and conditions. Coinsurance or Agreed Amount: Applies Yes I N/A Limit of Liability: Sub -Limits: DESCRIPTION'AMOUNT Accounts Receivable $1,000,000 Building Ordinance/ Increased Cost Of Construction/ Demolition Cost Included Civil Authority 8 Weeks Course of Construction $5,000,000 Errors & Omissions $1,000,000 Extended Period of Indemnity 365 Days Fine Arts • Per Item • Per Occurrence $100,000 $1,000,000 Fine Arts of Others (unscheduled) in the care, custody and control of the insured • Per Item — increased from $10k • Per Occurrence — increased from $250k $10,000 $250,000 Ingress/Egress 8 Weeks Land Improvements including trees, shrubs and plants $500,000 Leasehold Interest $500,000 Loss Adjustment Expenses (excluding fees associated with public adjuster) $100,000 Miscellaneous Personal Property of the Insured (not reported and not at covered premises) $500,000 Miscellaneous Unnamed Locations $500,000 Newly Acquired Properties (120 day reporting) $5,000,000 Personal Property of Others $500,000 Rented Mobile/Contractors Equipment $500,000 Service Interruption- PD & BI (excluding overhead T & D lines) $1,000,000 Arthur T. Gallagher & Co. Insurance Bro 19 City of Temecula Program Details (Cont.) Deductibles: COVERAGE• Earthquake — Percentage Per Unit / Minimum 5% / $50,000 Earthquake (Former YMCA) — Percentage Per Unit / Minimum 25% / $50,000 Flood — High Hazard Zones (A, V, X500, X Shaded & B) — specific locations — Percentage Per Location / Minimum 2% / $500,000 Flood — Outside High Hazard $100,000 All Other Perils $25,000 Valuations: COVERAGE• Property Damage Replacement Cost Time Element including Extra Expense Actual Loss Sustained Policy Form: Endorsements include, but are not limited to: ACCOUNTS RECEIVABLE — 0204S ADDITIONAL POLICY CONDITIONS - 0102 AMENDED CANCELLATION PROVISION - 0614 — 90 / 10 days BUILDING ORDINANCE OR LAW — 0202A BUSINESS INCOME - EXTENDED PERIOD OF INDEMNITY - 0412 CANCELLATION AND NONRENEWAL PROVISIONS - 0103 DEBRIS REMOVAL AMENDMENT - 0616 Debris Removal clause (Company Form) DIRECT PD AND BI PER UNIT - 0308 Earth Movement Definition — any Earth Movement including earthquake, landslide and mine subsidence, earth sinking, earth rising or sinkhole collapse. ELECTRONIC DATA PROCESSING - 0203 ENDORSEMENT NO. 1 - 0999 — adding various coverages ENDORSEMENT NO. 2 - 0999 — Loss Adjustment Expense FEMA Flood Zone Designation — changes included in coverage subject to policy coverage Arthur T. Gallagher & Co. Insurance Brokers of CA.,6111111 20 City of Temecula Program Details (Cont.) Endorsements include, but are not limited to: DESCRIPTION INGRESS/EGRESS ENDORSEMENT - 0410 LEASEHOLD INTEREST COVERAGE FORM - 0421 NAMED INSURED ENDORSEMENT - 0101 OFF -PREMISES SERVICES -DIRECT DAMAGE - 0415A OFF -PREMISES SERVICES -TIME ELEMENT - 0415 REPLACEMENT COST - 0404 TERRITORY COVERAGE LIMITATION - 0502A UNINTENTIONAL ERRORS AND OMISSIONS - 0413 VALUABLE PAPERS & RECORDS - 0205 Exclusions include, but are not limited to: DESCRIPTION All Risk Perils (Including Windstorm) Asbestos / Contamination (Company Form) Boiler and Machinery Cyber Exclusion Endorsement — U-GU-1 231 -A-CW Earthquake Sprinkler Leakage ELECTRONIC DATA AND COMPUTER SYSTEMS EXCLUSION - 0506 Electronic Data and Computer Systems Exclusion (Company Form) Ensuing Loss ENSUING LOSS EXCLUSION - 0611 Flood - locations located in 100 year flood plain, X500, X( Shaded) and B flood zones; with exception to scheduled locations FLOOD COVERAGE LIMITATION-100 YEAR FLOOD PLAIN OR SHADED X FLOOD ZONE- 0501 B Mold (Company Form) Nuclear/Radioactive/Biological and Chemical Exclusion Pollution (Company Form) Theft War Other Significant Terms and Conditions/Restrictions: Deductible: Per Unit of Insurance defined as: a. Each Separate Building or Structure b. Contents in each Separate Building or Structure c. Property in the Yard b) d) Business Income/Extra Expense Arthur T. Gallagher & Co. Insurance Brokers of CA.� 21 City of Temecula Program Details (Cont.) Other Significant Terms and Conditions/Restrictions: Total Insured Value of $176,654,993 on file with carrier per Statement of Values as of 4/17/19 TRIA Option: additional premium of $59,135.78(rejected on expiring) Warrant All Risk Underlyer YMCA deductible — carrier can consider reducing the deductible once the project is completed (2019-2020) J OPTION 1 (Current 5% Per Unit) Premium: $118,269.00 Carrier Fee $200.00 Surplus Lines Taxes & Fees $3,791.01 ESTIMATED PROGRAM COST $122,260.01 Minimum Earned Premium - 25.00 % TRIA/TRIPRA PREMIUM (incl. SL T&F) $59,135.00 Subject to Audit: N/A Arthur T. Gallagher & Co. Insurance Brokers of CA., Inc. 22 City of Temecula Program Details Coverage: Earth Movement & Flood - $25M xs $10M Carrier: Arrowhead — see below (incumbent) Policy Period: 7/1/2019 to 7/1/2020 Participation Schedule: QBE Specialty Insurance Company 55% $13,750,000 Hiscox Syndicate #33 20% $5,000,000 General Security Indemnity Company of Arizona 25% $6,250,000 The following is a general summary of the Insuring Agreement. Refer to actual policy form for complete terms and conditions. Coinsurance or Agreed Amount: All covered property Limits of Liability: Policies: Yes Earth Movement & Flood Valuations: Property Damage Time Element including Extra Expense Policy Form: N/A Company Excess Follow Form (subject to review and approval of form we are to follow) Replacement Cost Actual Loss Sustained Arthur T. Gallagher & Co. Insurance Brokers of CA., Inc. 23 City of Temecula Program Details (Cont.) Endorsements include, but are not limited to: Exclusions include, but are not limited to: All Risk Perils (Including Windstorm) Asbestos / Contamination (Company Form) Boiler and Machinery Earthquake Sprinkler Leakage Electronic Data and Computer Systems Exclusion (Company Form) Ensuing Loss Lloyd's Biological or Chemical Materials Lloyd's Electronic Data Recognition Lloyd's Land, Water and Air Lloyd's Radioactive Contamination Lloyd's Seepage and/or Pollution and/or Contamination Lloyd's War and Civil War Mold (Company Form) Nuclear/Radioactive/Biological and Chemical Exclusion Pollution (Company Form) Theft Underlying Sub limited Coverages War Other Significant Terms and Conditions/Restrictions: Deductible: Per Unit of Insurance defined as: a. Each Separate Building or Structure b. Contents in each Separate Building or Structure c. Property in the Yard c) d) Business Income/Extra Expense Drop Down clause applicable only to covered locations, perils and interests Territory/Locations: CA only Total Insured Value of $176,654,993 on file with carrier per Statement of Values as of 4/17/19 Arthur T. Gallagher & Co. Insurance Brokers of CA. 24 City of Temecula Program Details (Cont.) Other Significant Terms and Conditions/Restrictions: OPTION 1 (Current 5% Per Unit) Premium: Carrier Fee $56,860.00 $600.00 Surplus Lines Taxes & Fees $1,838.72 ESTIMATED PROGRAM COST $59,298.72 Minimum Earned Premium - 25.00 % TRIA/TRIPRA PREMIUM $28,430.00 Subject to Audit: N/A Arthur T. Gallagher & Co. Insurance Brokers of CA., Inc. 25 City of Temecula Program Details (Cont.) Coverage: Automobile Physical Damage & Contractor's Equipment Carrier: Hanover Insurance Company (incumbent) Policy Period: 7/1/2019 to 7/1/2020 The following is a general summary of the Insuring Agreement. Refer to actual policy form for complete terms and conditions. Coinsurance or Agreed Amount: All Covered Property I Yes N/A Limit of Liability: Auto Physical Damage — Catastrophic Limit Contractors Equipment - Catastrophic Limit Sub -Limits: Auto Phvsical Damaae: Debris Removal • Percentage of loss to direct physical damage • Additional Expense Newly Acquired and Substitute Vehicles 25% $25,000 $1,000,000 Personal Effects • Per Person $1,000 • Per Occurrence $10,000 Pollutant Cleanup And Removal $10,000 Rental Reimbursement • Per Day $500 • Maximum $10,000 Towing and Labor Costs $25,000 Contractor's Eauiament: Maximum Per Item $1,000,000 Construction Equipment • Any one trailer $10,000 • Any one loss $50,000 Continuing Rental Or Lease Payments: • Per occurrence $25,000 • Per item $5,000 • Annual Limit $25,000 Arthur T. Gallagher & Co. Insurance Brokers of CA., Inc. 26 City of Temecula Program Details (Cont.) Sub -Limits: DESCRIPTION• Debris Removal • Percentage of loss to direct physical damage • Additional Expense Employee Tools 25% $25,000 $10,000 Equipment leased from others — per item and occurrence $50,000 Equipment leased or rented to others $50,000 Equipment loaned to others $50,000 Fire Department Service Charge $1,000 Fraud and deceit $50,000 Pollutant Cleanup and Removal $25,000 Recharge of Fire Extinguishing $1,000 Rental Reimbursement Reward for recovery of stolen equipment Spare parts and fuel Tools • Any one tool • Any one loss Waterborne $50,000 $1,000 $10,000 $5,000 $10,000 $50,000 Deductibles: Per Occurrence Contractor's Equipment - Rental Reimbursement Waiting Period Valuations: Perils Covered: Special Form Perils $5, 000 72 Hours Applies Arthur T. Gallagher & Co. Insurance Brokers of CA., Inc. 27 City of Temecula Program Details (Cont.) Policv Form: APD I Auto Physical Damage form 1M441-1075 (01/09) Contractor's Equipment I IM441-1048, AAIS IM7002 Endorsements include, but are not limited to: APD Amended Property Not Covered and Amended Definition of Vehicles, Manuscript endorsement IM 7851 F — excludes Contractor's Equipment from APD and broadens vehicle definition to clearly include passenger vehicles, emergency vehicles, and light duty trucks APD Annual Adjustment, Reporting Provisions IM 7851 D (Manuscript endorsement) — 50% of agreed rates APD Coverage included for permanently installed communication equipment included in value of auto. Mobile equipment can be covered under a separate CE form for additional premium. Manuscript endorsement — Property Not Covered, Scheduled Vehicle Physical Damage Floater, 3. Communication Equipment IM 7851 C APD Personal Effects and Rental Reimbursement Extension IM 7851 A APD Replacement cost not to exceed 125% of SOV value; no age restriction. Other valuation terms are per expiring. Manuscript endorsement —Valuation IM 7851 B APD Vehicles Borrowed From Others, Manuscript endorsement IM 7851 E Contractor's Equipment Continuing Rental Or Lease Payments - IM 7038 Contractor's Equipment Tools Endorsement - IM 7034 Exclusions include, but are not limited to: Perils Excluded - Civil Authority; Nuclear Hazard; War and Military Action; APD Contamination or Deterioration; Criminal, Fraudulent, Dishonest or Illegal Acts; Loss of Use; Mechanical Breakdown; Missing Property; Pollutants; Temperature/Humidity; Voluntary Parting; Wear and Tear; Weight of Load Property Not Covered - Aircraft or Watercraft; Cargo; Communication Equipment; APD Contraband; Leased or Rented Property; Personal Effects; Mobile Equipment; Tools; Loaned Property; Suspended, Revoked, or Invalid License; Waterborne Property. Perils Excluded -Civil Authority, Nuclear Hazard; War and Military Action; Contractor's Equipment Contamination or Deterioration; Criminal, Fraudulent, Dishonest or Illegal Acts; Loss of Use; Mechanical Breakdown; Missing Property, Pollutants; Temperature/Humidity; Voluntary Parting; Wear and Tear. Contractor's Equipment Property Not Covered - Aircraft or Watercraft; Contraband; Underground Mining Operations; Vehicles Arthur T. Gallagher & Co. Insurance Brokers of CA. Inc. 28 City of Temecula Program Details (Cont.) Other Significant Terms and Conditions/Restrictions: DESCRIPTION Proposal subject to loss activity to the renewal date Rate: $0.231 Rating Base: APD $2,132,623 and CE $407,610 Replacement cost not to exceed 125% of SOV value; no age restriction. . Total Insured Value of $2,132,623 on file with carrier per Statement of Vales as of 4/19/19 TRIA Option: premium of $175 included below (accepted on expiring) We may elect to provide loss control service to this account and would anticipate compliance with any essential recommendations. Premium $5,868.00 ESTIMATED PROGRAM COST $5,868.00 Minimum Premium $2,500.00 TRIA/TRIPRA PREMIUM $161.00 Subject to Audit: Annual DESCRIPTION-• Total Insured Value $2,540,233 .1155 (50% of rate) Arthur T. Gallagher & Co. Insurance Brokers of CA., Inc. 29 City of Temecula Program Details Coverage: Cyber Liability Carrier: National Union Fire Insurance Company of Pittsburgh, PA (incumbent) Policy Period: 7/1/2019 to 7/1/2020 Form Number: 101013 (12/13) Form Type: Media Content Insurance, Security and Privacy Liability Insurance, Network Interruption Insurance, Claims Made N/A— Full Prior Acts Event Management Insurance, Cyber Extortion Insurance, Reputation Guard Limits of Liability: DESCRIPTION• Media Content Insurance $1,000,000 Security and Privacy $1,000,000 Regulatory Action $1,000,000 Network Interruption Insurance $1,000,000 Event Management Insurance $1,000,000 Cyber Extortion Insurance $1,000,000 Reputation Guard $50,000 Reputation Guard — Coinsurance 0% First Response Coverage $100,000 Payment Card Industry Data Security Standards (PCI DSS) Assessment $1,000,000 Personal Identity Coverage - Directors And Officers Only $25,000 Reputation -Based Income Loss 6 months / $500,000 System Failure Coverage: • System Failure $1,000,000 • IT Provider Security Failure $1,000,000 • Outsource Provider Security Failure $500,000 • IT Provider System Failure $1,000,000 • Outsource Provider System Failure $500,000 Policy Aggregate $1,000,000 Arthur 1. Gallagher & Co. Insurance Brokers of CA., Inc. 30 Citv of Temecula Program Details (Cont.) Deductible/SIR: COVERAGE• Each Claim; except: $15,000 $0 Event Management — First Response $0 Reputation Guard 2 weeks Reputation -Based Income Loss Network Interruption Insurance - Waiting Hours Period 12 hours Any Other Continuity or Specific Dates/Limits applicable to the Claims -Made Conditions: Media Content Security and Privacy Liability Regulatory Action Network Interruption 7/1/2016 7/1/2016 7/1/2016 7/1/2017 Event Management 7/1/2016 Cyber Extortion Insurance 7/1/2016 Reputation Guard 7/1/2016 Claims Made Coverage: Should you elect to change carriers (if a new retroactive date is provided) or non -renew this policy, a supplemental extended reporting endorsement may be available subject to policy terms and conditions. You must request the extended reporting period in writing to the carrier within 45 days of the expiration date. The cost of this extended reporting period is 100% of the annual premium and is fully earned. The extended reporting period extends only to those claims made during the extended reporting period for wrongful acts that occurred prior to the expiration date and would have been covered by the policy. Claims must be reported to the carrier within 60 days of the end of the policy period. The extended reporting period does not increase the limits of liability and is subject to all policy terms, conditions and exclusions. Definition of Claim: "Claim" means: (1) a written demand for money, services, non -monetary relief or injunctive relief; (2) a written request for mediation or arbitration, or to toll or waive an applicable statute of limitations; or (3) a Suit. Arthur T. Gallagher & Co. Insurance Brokers of CA., Inc. 31 City of Temecula Program Details (Cont.) Incident or Claim Reporting Provision: The Insureds shall, as a condition precedent to the obligations of the Insurer under this policy, give written notice to the Insurer of any Claim made against an Insured or a First Party Event as soon as practicable after: (1) any personnel in the office of any member of the Control Group first becomes aware of the Claim; or (2) any First Party Event commences or, solely with respect to a Discovery Coverage Section, is discovered. Extended Reporting Period (ERP) Options*: Extended Reporting 1 Year 100% Period - -- 2 Years 175% 3 Years 200% *If ERP coverage is desired, then that request must be in writing to the carrier. Policy Form: DESCRIPTION Specialty Risk Protector - 101013 (12/13) Network Interruption Coverage Section (12/13) - New - 101021 12/13 SRP General Terms And Conditions (Countrywide) (12/13) - 101013 12/13 SRP Reputation Guard Coverage Section - 115982 12/13 Cyber Extortion Coverage Section (12/13) - 101017 12/13 Event Management Coverage Section (12/13) - 101018 12/13 Security And Privacy Coverage Section (12/13) - 101024 12/13 Media Content Coverage Section (Claims Made) (12/13) - 101019 12/13 Endorsements include, but are not limited to: DESCRIPTION Bitcoin Ransom Coverage Endorsement - 121388 03/16 CA Cancellation/ Nonrenewal Endorsement - 52133 03/07 California Punitive Damages Law Endorsement - 90143 12/05 Cancellation Amendatory (Return Pro Rata) - 101036 04/09 Panel Counsel Endorsement Conduct Exclusion Amendatory Endorsement - 111375 07/12 Confidential Information & Regulatory Action Definition Amended (GDPR) Control Group Definition Amendatory Endorsement (Amending List Of Officers; Non -Administrative Personnel) - 115985 12/13 — includes Chief Executive Officer, Chief Financial Officer, Risk Manager, General Counsel, Chief Technology Officer, Chief Information Security Officer, Chief Information Officer r aher & Co. Insurance Brokers of CA., Inc. 32 City of Temecula Program Details (Cont.) Endorsements include, but are not limited to: DESCRIPTION Criminal Reward Coverage Extension - 105567 05/10 CyberEdge Loss Prevention Services Endorsement - 125593 03/17 Cyberterrorism Coverage Endorsement - 117895 05/14 Economic Sanctions Endorsement - 119679 09/15 E-Discovery Consultant Services Coverage Endorsement - 107376 11/10 First Response Coverage Endorsement (Choice of Scheduled Advisors) — 123651 (03/17) o First Response Advisors (Legal) - Mullen Coughlin / Lewis, Brisbois, Bisgaard, & Smith LLP o First Response Advisors (IT) — BlueVoyant / Ankura o First Response Advisors (PR) - Levick Communications Forms Index Endorsement - 78859 10/01 Loss Definition Amended Endorsement - 121827 06/16 Notice Of Claim (Reporting By E-Mail) - 99758 08/08 Notice Of Claim Provision Amendatory Endorsement (Sixty Day Post Policy Reporting Period) - 103456 11/09 Panel Counsel Endorsement (For Use With First Response Coverage Endorsement) - 123650 (03/17) Personal Identity Coverage Endorsement (Coverage For Directors And Officers Only) - 117178 12/13 Reputation Based Income Loss Coverage — 125872 07/17 Retention Amendatory Endorsement - 105565 05/10 Security Failure Definition Amendatory Endorsement (Physical Theft Of Hardware) - 115989 12/13 State Amendatory Inconsistent Endorsement - 105165 04/10 System Failure Coverage Endorsement (IT Providers) - 121826 06/16 Wrongful Collection Coverage Endorsement - 105163 12/13 Exclusions include, but are not limited to: Bodily Injury Employment Practices Encryption Exclusion Endorsement - 104120 02/10 ERISA Violations Pollution Product Recall Property Damage War Arthur T. Gallagher & Co. Insurance Brokers of CA., Inc. 33 City of Temecula Program Details (Cont.) Binding Requirements: Completed, Signed, & Dated AIG Renewal Application, including media content section, and System Failure/Outsource Provider Supplemental. Confirmation that the insured can restore critical operations within 12 hours. Premium ESTIMATED PROGRAM COST Minimum Earned Premium: N/A TRIA/TRIPRA PREMIUM (+ Additional Surcharges, Taxes and Fees as applicable) Subject to Audit: N/A $9,144.63 $9,144.63 INCLUDED Arthur T. Gallagher & Co. Insurance Brokers of CA., Inc. 34 City of Temecula Program Details Coverage: Crime Carrier: Hanover Insurance Company (incumbent) Policy Period: 7/1/2019 to 7/1/2020 Limit of Liability: DESCRIPTION• Employee Theft $1,000,000 Employee Theft — Faithful Performance of Duty Coverage for Government Employees $1,000,000 Forgery Or Alteration $1,000,000 Loss Inside The Premises — Theft of Money And Securities $1,000,000 Loss Inside The Premises - Robbery Or Safe Burglary of Other Property $1,000,000 Loss Outside The Premises $1,000,000 Computer Fraud $1,000,000 Funds Transfer Fraud $1,000,000 Funds Transfer Fraud — False Pretenses $100,000 Money Orders And Counterfeit Money $1,000,000 Prior Theft or Dishonesty $25,000 Credit, Debit and Charge Card Forgery Expenses Incurred to Establish Amount of Coverage $1,000,000 $25,000 Deductibles: Each Loss Policy Form Government Crime Policy — CR 00 26 05 06 Endorsements include, but are not limited to: $10,000 Amend Computer Fraud - 181-1659 — broadens "money" and "securities" to "funds" and restriction to inside the "premises" or "banking premises" to unauthorized access to your "computer system" Chairperson and Members of Specified Committees as Employees - CR 25 06 (08/07) Credit, Debit or Charge Card Forgery - CR 25 20 (08/07) Bonded Employees Exclusion Deleted - 181-1515 Expenses Incurred to Establish Amount of Covered Loss - CR 25 40 (08/07) Faithful Performance of Duty Coverage for Government Employees - CR 25 19 (05/06) Funds Transfer Fraud - False Pretenses - 181-1658 Prior Theft or Dishonesty — 181-1642 State Endorsement - CR 02 49 (08/07) Arthur 1. Gallagher & Co. Insurance Brokers of CA., Inc. 001 City of Temecula Program Details Endorsements include, but are not limited to: Exclusions include, but are not limited to: DESCRIPTION Acts of Employees Learned of By You Prior to Policy Period Exclusion Acts of Officials, Employees, or Representatives Exclusion, except by Employee Theft Computer Fraud Only Exclusions — credit card transactions, funds transfer fraud and inventory shortages Confidential Information Exclusion Credit, Debit and Charge Card Forgery - Not Covered Employee Theft Only Exclusions — inventory shortages and trading Funds Transfer Fraud Only Exclusions — computer fraud Governmental Action Exclusion Loss Inside or Outside the Premises - Not Covered Money Orders & Counterfeit Money - Not Covered Nuclear Hazard Exclusion Pollution Exclusion Third Party Employee Dishonesty Exclusion Voluntary Parting of Property Exclusion War and Military Action Exclusion Other Significant Terms and Conditions/Restrictions: Exposures per Application signed 4/22/19 on file with the carrier Premium ESTIMATED PROGRAM COST Minimum Premium: N/A Subject to Audit: N/A $2,548.00 $2,548.00 Arthur T. Gallagher & Co. Insurance Brokers of CA. Inc. 36 City of Temecula Program Details Coverage: Pollution Legal Liability Carrier: Indian Harbor Insurance Company (incumbent) Policy Period: 7/1/2019 to 7/1/2020 Form Number: Environmental Municipality Policy #PARL6 CP 1111 Form Type: Pollution Legal Claims Made 7/1/2018 Liability Limits & Retention: Per Pollution Condition $1,000,000 Aggregate $2,000,000 Retention $25,000 Premium $12,975.00 Taxes & Fees $415.20 TOTAL PREMIUM $13,390.20 Any Other Continuity or Specific Dates/Limits applicable to the Claims -Made Conditions: Pollution Legal Liability -- Claims Made Coverage: Should you elect to change carriers (if a new retroactive date is provided) or non -renew this policy, a supplemental extended reporting endorsement may be available subject to policy terms and conditions. You must request the extended reporting period in writing to the carrier within 30 days of the expiration date. The cost of this extended reporting period is 100% of the annual premium and is fully earned. The extended reporting period extends only to those claims made during the extended reporting period for wrongful acts that occurred prior to the expiration date and would have been covered by the policy. Claims must be reported to the carrier within 365 days of the end of the policy period. The extended reporting period does not increase the limits of liability and is subject to all policy terms, conditions and exclusions. Definition of Claim: CLAIM means any demand(s), notice(s) or assertion(s) of a legal right alleging liability or responsibility on the part of the INSURED and shall include but not be limited to lawsuit(s), petition(s), order(s) or government and/or regulatory action(s), filed against the INSURED. Incident or Claim Reporting Provision: The INSURED shall be entitled to a ninety (90) day Automatic Extended Reporting Period for no additional premium, commencing on the last day of the POLICY PERIOD, subject to the following terms and conditions: Arthur T. Gallagher & Co. Insurance Brokers of CA. Inc. 37 City of Temecula Program Details Extended Reporting Period (ERP) Options*: *If ERP coverage is desired, then that request must be in writing to the carrier. Policy Form: Environmental Municipality Policy #PARL6 CP 1111 Endorsements include, but are not limited to: Business Interruption and Extra Expense Parl 6 105 i Covered Location Schedule PARL6 001 a Declarations and Representations Condition amendment Parl 6 903a Municipality endorsement Parl 6 070 b — provides broadened definition of insured, owned/leased vehicles coverage, sewer backup coverage (subject to additional information), Disaster Expense ($250k aggregate), Non - Owned Disposal Sites, Abandon Materials, Civil & Administrative Fines & Penalties, Lead Based Paint & Asbestos exception, Contractor's Pollution Liability Notice of Cancellation PARL6 902a — ninety (90) days Exclusions include, but are not limited to: DESCRIPTION Communicable Diseases Exclusion Contractual Liability Exclusion Employer's Liability/Workers' Compensation Exclusion Fines/Penalties/Assessments Exclusion Hostile Acts Exclusion Insured vs. Insured Exclusion Insured's Property/Bailee Liability Exclusion exception for Restoration Costs or Nature Resource Damage Lead -Based Paint and Asbestos Exclusion exception provided Material Change in Use Exclusion Parl 6 414b Material Change in Use or Operations Exclusion New Pollution Conditions at Divested Property Exclusion Non -Compliance Exclusion Non -Disclosed Conditions Exclusion Products Liability Exclusion Radioactive / Nuclear Material Exclusion Retroactive Date Exclusion Reverse Retroactive Date Exclusion Arthur T. Gallagher & Co. Insurance Brokers of CA., 1.1 91.1 City of Temecula Program Details Exclusions include, but are not limited to: Underground Storage Tank(s) (Known) Exclusion Other Significant Terms and Conditions/Restrictions: Exposures per Application signed 4/10/19 on file with the carrier TRIA Option: additional premium provided above Binding Requirements: Receipt and satisfactory review of a completed XL Catlin Insurance - Environmental Facilities Pollution Application signed and dated by the Insured must be returned prior to binding. (Utilizing other carrier application) Receipt and satisfactory review of the Insured's past two (2) years of financial statements must be returned prior to binding. Sewer lines — number of miles for applicable coverage Premium Minimum Earned: 25% Auditable: N/A See "Coverage Options" Above Arthur T. Gallagher & Co. Insurance Brokers of CA., Inc. 39 City of Temecula Program Details Coverage: Pollution Legal Liability Carrier: Illinois Union Insurance Company Policy Period: 7/1/2019 to 7/1/2020 Form Number: Premises Pollution Liability Coverage Form PF-4487a (01/17) Form Type: COVERAGE FORM TYPE RETROACTIVE DATE PENDING & PRIOR DATE Pollution -.. Liability Limits & Retention: Per Pollution Condition $1,000,000 $1,000,000 $2,000,000 $2,000,000 Defense — Aggregate XL Does not Sublimit $250,000 $250,000 $250,000 $250,000 Aggregate $2,000,000 $2,000,000 $2,000,000 $2,000,000 Retention $25,000 $25,000 $25,000 $25,000 Term 1 year 3 years 1 year 3 years Premium $10,223.00 $21,468.00 $12,163.00 $25,542.00 Taxes & Fees $327.14 $686.98 $389.22 $817.34 TOTAL PREMIUM $10,550.14 $22,154.98 $12,552.22 $26,359.34 $1,317.86 Claims Made Coverage: Should you elect to change carriers (if a new retroactive date is provided) or non -renew this policy, a supplemental extended reporting endorsement may be available subject to policy terms and conditions. You must request the extended reporting period in writing to the carrier within 90 days of the expiration date. The cost of this extended reporting period is 200% of the annual premium and is fully earned. The extended reporting period extends only to those claims made during the extended reporting period for wrongful acts that occurred prior to the expiration date and would have been covered by the policy. Claims must be reported to the carrier within 33 months of the end of the policy period. The extended reporting period does not increase the limits of liability and is subject to all policy terms, conditions and exclusions. Definition of Claim: "Claim" means the written assertion of a legal right received by the "insured" from a third -party, or from another "insured" that is party to an "environmental indemnity obligation", including, but not limited to, a "government action", suits or other actions alleging responsibility or liability on the part of the "insured" for "bodily injury", "property damage" or "remediation costs" arising out of "pollution conditions" or "indoor environmental conditions" to which this insurance applies. Arthur T. Gallagher & Co. Insurance Brokers of CA. Inc. 40 City of Temecula Program Details Definition of Claim: Incident or Claim Reporting Provision: Any "claim" or "first -party claim" must be reported to the Insurer, in writing, during the "policy period" or within thirty (30) days after the expiration of the "policy period", or during any applicable "extended reporting period". Extended Reporting Period (ERP) Options*: *If ERP coverage is desired, then that request must be in writing to the carrier. Policy Form: Premises Pollution Liability Coverage Form PF-4487a (01/17) Endorsements include, but are not limited to: DESCRIPTION Asbestos and/or Lead -Based Paint Coverage (Inadvertent Disturbance) Endorsement PF-48605 (01/17) — exception to standard exclusion that would allowing for release into soil or groundwater. XL does not limit the 1st party exception to remediation from soil and ground water Dedicated Defense Aggregate Limit Endorsement PR-44917 — sublimits expenses to $250,000 in the aggregate. XL does not sublimit. Illicit Abandonment Amendatory (Methamphetamine) Endorsement PF-48641 Non -Owned Disposal Site Coverage Notice of Cancellation Amendatory (Generic Time Frame) Endorsement PF-44957 (09/14) - Ninety (90) Days Pollution Conditions or Indoor Environmental Conditions Coverage Premium Earn -Out (Staggered - One Year - Acceleration) Endorsement PF-44967 (09/14) • 25% earned at inception • 100% earned at the end of year one 100% earned upon notice of a pollution condition or a claim Public Entity Coverage Amendatory Endorsement PF-44971 b (01/17) — provides broadened definition of insured and transportation coverage, however excludes coverage for failure to follow Asbestos, Lead -Based Paint, Fungi or Legionella Management plans; Schedule of Covered Locations Schedule Endorsement PF-44913 (09/14) • Per Statement of Values provided to Chubb on 4/17/19 • Retroactive dates of 07/01 /2018 Schedule of Named Insured Endorsement PF-32460 (11/10) Transportation Coverage Arthur T. Gallagher & Co. Insurance Brokers of CA., Inc. 41 City of Temecula Program Details Exclusions include, but are not limited to: DESCRIPTION Asbestos Exclusion Contractual Liability Exclusion Divested Property Exclusion Employers Liability Exclusion First -Party Property Damage Exclusion — except for first party remediation Exclusion Fraud or Misrepresentation Exclusion Insured vs. Insured Exclusion Insured's Internal Expenses Exclusion Intentional Non -Compliance Exclusion Known Conditions Exclusion Lead Exclusionary (Potable Water) Endorsement PF-47994 (07/16) Lead -Based Paint Exclusion Material Change in Risk Exclusion Underground Storage Tanks (Known) Exclusion Vehicle Damage Exclusion War or Terrorism Exclusion Workers' Compensation Exclusion Other Significant Terms and Conditions/Restrictions: Binding Requirements: DESCRIPTION Completed, signed and dated Chubb Environmental application Completed and signed attached TRIA disclosure form Three (3) years of currently -valued property loss runs Written confirmation from the broker of the Named Insured's "Home State" as defined in the Nonadmitted and Reinsurance Reform Act (NRRA) Premium See "Coverage Options" Above Minimum Earned: 25% Auditable: N/A Arthur T. Gallagher & Co. Insurance Brokers of CA. Inc. 42 City of Temecula Program Details Coverage: Volunteer Accident (Incumbent) Carrier: Berkley Life and Health Insurance Company &/or StarNet Insurance Company Policy Period: 7/1/2019 to 7/1/2020 Form Number: Volunteer Accident Coverage Form Limits: DESCRIPTION• Accidental Death & Dismemberment — Principal Sum $50,000 Accidental Death & Dismemberment — Aggregate $500,000 Accidental Medical Expense (52 week benefit period) - PRIMARY $100,000 Total Disability (26 week benefit period) $300 per week Deductibles: AD&D Benefit Payout Schedule: DESCRIPTIONBenefit/Principal Life Brain Death 100% 200% Quadriplegia 200% Two or More Members 100% One Member 50% Hemiplegia 100% Paraplegia 100% Uniplegia 50% Thumb and Index Finger of the Same Hand 25% Four Fingers of the Same Hand 25% Policy Form: Blanket Accident Policy Form AH51051 Exclusions include, but are not limited to: Suicide, self—destruction, attempted self—destruction or intentional self—inflicted Injury while sane or insane. War or any act of war, declared or undeclared. Arthur T. Gallagher & Co. Insurance Brokers of CA., Inc. 43 City of Temecula Program Details Exclusions include, but are not limited to: Disease or disorder of the body or mind. Voluntarily taking any drug or narcotic unless the drug or narcotic is prescribed by a Physician. Violation or in violation or attempt to violate any duly —enacted law or regulation, or commission or attempt to commit an assault or felony, or that occurs while engaged in an illegal occupation. Conditions that are not caused by a Covered Accident. Covered Expenses for which the Covered Person would not be responsible in the absence of this Policy. Travel or activity outside the United States. Participation in any motorized race or speed contest. Treatment of a hernia whether or not caused by a Covered Accident. Damage to or loss of dentures or bridges or damage to existing orthodontic equipment, except as specifically provided in this Policy. Other Significant Terms and Conditions/Restrictions: HCClaent ivieaical & uental txpense - Loss t-enoa (t1rS1 uoverea HCClaent txpenses must De Incurrea wanln) yU days after the date of the Covered Accident Total Disability Incurral Period - within 180 days from the date of a Covered Accident Premium ESTIMATED PROGRAM COST Minimum Premium: N/A Auditable: N/A The estimated program cost for the options are outlined in the following table: $557.00 $557.00 Arthur T. Gallagher & Co. Insurance Brokers of CA. Inc. 44 City of Temecula Premium Summary (Cont.) Line of Coverage Carrier AIX - $150K SIR Category Premium Initial Premium $159,500.00 Commission - Commission $159,500.00 TRIA Surplus Lines Tax $4,785.00 - $4,785.00 Surplus Lines Fee $9.57 - $9.57 Excess Liability- Primary $10M Total, not incl TRIA $164,294.57 AIX - $250K SIR Premium $143,619.00 - $143,619.00 TRIA Surplus Lines Tax $4,308.57 - $4,308.57 Surplus Lines Fee $287.24 - $287.24 Total, not incl TRIA $148,214.81 Excess Workers Compensation NY Marine &General Premium $50,054.00 - $50,054.00 TRIA Included Included Surplus Lines Tax Surplus Lines Fee Total, incl. TRIA $50,054.00 Property AIG Deposit Premium $97,000.00 - $97,000.00 TRIA Surplus Lines Tax Surplus Lines Fee Other Fees 1 $4,000.00 - $4,000.00 Total, not Intl TRIA $101,000.00 Empire Indemnity Primary $lOM Premium $118,269.00 - $118,269.00 TRIA $59,135.00 - $59,135.00 Surplus Lines Tax $3,554.07 - $3,554.07 Surplus Lines Fee $236.94 - $236.94 Other Fees $200.00 - $200.00 Difference in Conditions Total, not incl TRIA $122,260.01 QBE,TRIA ty - $2 &General Security Security- $25M xs $lOM Premium $56,860.00 - $56,860.00 $28,430.00 - $28,430.00 Sur lus Lines Tax Surplus Lines Fee $1,723.80 $114.92 - - $1,723.80 $114.92 Other Fees $600.00 - $600.00 Total, not incl TRIA $59,298.72 Auto Physical Damage Hanover Premium $5,868.00 - $5,868.00 TRIA Surplus Lines Tax - Surplus Lines Fee - - - - OtherFees Total, not incl TRIA $5,868.00 Cyber Liability ACE American Insurance Company (Chubb) Premium $9,105.00- $9,105.00 TRIA Included Included Surplus Lines Tax Surplus Lines Fee Other Premium or Fees Totall $9,105.00 Arthur T. Gallagher & Co. Insurance City of Temecula Premium Summary (Cont.) Crime Hanover Premium (estimated) $2,548.00 - TRIA Surplus Lines Tax E$2,548.GO Surplus Lines Fee - - - - Other Premium or Fees Total $2,548.00 Volunteer Accident Berkley Life & Health Premium $557.00 20% We retain $557.00 TRIA Surplus Lines Tax Surplus Lines Fee - - Other Premium or Fees F F - Total $557.00 Environmental Liability Indian Harbor/XL Premium $12,975.00 17% We retain $12,975.00 TRIA Included 17% Surplus Lines Tax $389.25 - $389.25 Surplus Lines Fee $25.95 - - $25.95 Other Premium or Fees Total, not incl. TRIA $13,390.20 Standalone Terrorism Liability, Business Interruption, & Property Damage Lloyd's /Beazley Premium $8,020.00 20% We retain $8,020.00 Surplus Lines Tax $240.60- $240.60 Surplus Lines Fee $16.04 - $16.04 Other Premium or Fees $8,276.64 Grand Total $536,652.14 All quotes are valid through 7/1/2019 Gallagher is responsible for the placement of the following lines of coverage: Auto Physical Damage Property Crime DIC - Primary $10MM Excess DIC General Liability Cyber Liability Excess Workers' Compensation Pollution Legal Liability Volunteer Accident Terrorism It is understood that any other type of exposure/coverage is either self -insured or placed by another brokerage firm other than Gallagher. If you need help in placing other lines of coverage or covering other types of exposures, please contact your Gallagher representative. Arthur J. Gallagher & Co. Insurance City of Temecula Payment Plans All Lines of Coverage Agency Bill Arthur T. Gallagher & Co. Insurance Brokers of CA., Inc. 47 City of Temecula City of Temecula Proposal Disclosures The following disclosures are hereby made a part of this proposal. Please review these disclosures prior to signing the Client Authorization to Bind or e-mail confirmation. Proposal IMPORTANT: The proposal is an outline of certain terms and conditions of the insurance proposed by Disclaimer the insurers, based on the information provided by your company. It does not include all the terms, coverages, exclusions, limitations and/or conditions of the actual policy contract language. The insurance policies themselves must be read for those details. Policy forms for your reference will be made available upon request. We will not be operating in a fiduciary capacity, but only as your broker, obtaining a variety of coverage terms and conditions to protect the risks of your enterprise. We will seek to bind those coverages based upon your authorization; however, we can make no warranties in respect to policy limits or coverage considerations of the carrier. Actual coverage is determined by policy language, so read all policies carefully. Contact us with questions on these or any other issues of concern. Compensation One of the core values highlighted in The Gallagher Way states, "We are an Open Society," and our Disclosure open society extends to the compensation Gallagher receives. In general, Gallagher may be compensated as follows: 1. Gallagher Companies are primarily compensated from the usual and customary commissions or fees received from the brokerage and servicing of insurance policies, annuity contracts, guarantee contracts and surety bonds (collectively "insurance coverages") handled for a client's account, which may vary from company to company and insurance coverage to insurance coverage. As permitted by law, Gallagher companies occasionally receive both commissions and fees. 2. In placing, renewing, consulting on or servicing your insurance coverages, Gallagher Companies may participate in contingent and supplemental commission arrangements with intermediaries and insurance companies. Contingent commissions provide for additional compensation if stipulated underwriting, profitability, volume or retention goals are achieved. Such goals are typically based on the total amount of certain insurance coverages placed by Gallagher with the particular insurance company and/or through the particular intermediary, not on an individual policy basis. Some insurance markets, including Gallagher -owned intermediaries, have modified their commission schedule with Gallagher, resulting in an increase in certain commission rates. These additional commissions, commonly referred to as "supplemental commissions" are frequently known as of the effective date of the applicable insurance placement, but some insurance companies pay this commission later and apart from when commission is normally paid at policy issuance. As a result, Gallagher may be considered to have an incentive to place your insurance coverages with a particular insurance company. Note: Upon request, your Gallagher representative can provide more specific market information regarding contingent and supplemental commission related to your insurance coverage placed through Gallagher. 3. Gallagher Companies may also receive investment income on fiduciary funds temporarily held by them, such as premiums or return premiums. 4. Gallagher Companies may access other facilities, including wholesalers, reinsurance intermediaries, captive managers, underwriting managers and others that act as intermediaries for both Gallagher and other brokers in the insurance marketplace. Gallagher Companies may own some of these facilities, in whole or in part. If such a facility is utilized in the placement of a client's account, the facility may earn and retain customary brokerage commission or fees for its work. 5. Gallagher assists its clients in procuring premium finance quotes and unless prohibited by law may earn compensation for this optional value-added service. 6. From time to time, Gallagher may participate in insurance company promotional events or training and development that insurers provide for Gallagher employees. 7. Gallagher strives to find appropriate coverage at a competitive price for our clients. In order to achieve these goals, we gather and analyze data about our clients and their insurance coverage. This Arthur 1. Gallagher & Co. Insurance Brokers of CA., Inc. 49 City of Temecula Proposal Disclosures (Cont.) data and the resulting analytical tools help us better understand the current marketplace, more accurately predict future trends and offer tailored solutions to our clients. This data may also be provided to insurers pursuant to consulting service agreements from which we earn fees. If you have specific questions about the compensation received by Gallagher and its affiliates in relation to your insurance placements, please contact your Gallagher representative for more details. In the event you wish to register a formal complaint regarding compensation Gallagher receives from insurers or third parties, please contact Gallagher via e-mail at Compensation_Complaints@ajg.com or by regular mail at: AJG Chief Compliance Officer Arthur J. Gallagher & Co. 2850 Golf Rd., 8th Floor Rolling Meadows, IL 60008 TRIA/TRIPRA If this proposal contains options to purchase TRIA/TRIPRA coverage, the proposed TRIA/TRIPRA Disclaimer program may not cover all terrorism losses. While the amendments to TRIA eliminated the distinction between foreign and domestic acts of terrorism, a number of lines of coverage excluded under the amendments passed in 2005 remain excluded including commercial automobile, burglary and theft insurance; surety insurance, farm owners multiple perils and professional liability (although directors and officers liability is specifically included). If such excluded coverages are required, we recommend that you consider purchasing a separate terrorism policy. Please note that a separate terrorism policy for these excluded coverages may be necessary to satisfy loan covenants or other contractual obligations. TRIPRA includes a $100 billion cap on insurers' aggregate liability. The TRIPRA program increases the amount needed in total losses by $20 million each calendar year before the TRIPRA program responds from the 2015 trigger of $100 million to $200 million by the year 2020. TRIPRA is set to expire on December 31, 2020. There is no certainty of extension, thus the coverage provided by your insurers may or may not extend beyond December 31, 2020. In the event you have loan covenants or other contractual obligations requiring that TRIA/TRIPRA be maintained throughout the duration of your policy period, we recommend that a separate "Stand Alone" terrorism policy be purchased to satisfy those obligations. Property These property values were obtained using a desktop Property Estimator software operated by non - Estimator appraisal professionals. These property values represent general estimates which are not to be Disclaimer considered a certified appraisal. These property values include generalities and assumptions that may produce inaccurate values for specific structures. Actuarial The information contained in this proposal is based on the historical loss experience and exposures Disclaimer provided to Arthur J. Gallagher & Co. Insurance Brokers of CA., Inc.. This proposal is not an actuarial study. Should you wish to have this proposal reviewed by an independent actuary, we will be pleased to provide you with a listing of actuaries for your use. Arthur T. Gallagher & Co. Insurance Brokers of CA. Inc. 50 City of Temecula Insurance Company Ratings and Admitted Status PROPOSED INSURANCE COMPANIES ACE American Insurance Company A.M. BEST'S RATING A++ XV ADMITTED / NOW ADMITTED Admitted AIX Specialty Insurance Company A XV Non -Admitted Allied World Assurance Company A XV Admitted American Home Assurance Company A XV Admitted Arch Insurance Company A+ XV Admitted AXIS Insurance Company A+ XV Admitted Berkley Life and Health Insurance Company A+ VIII Admitted Continental Casualty Company A XV Admitted Empire Indemnity Insurance Company MGA: Arrowhead) A+ XV Non -Admitted Federal Insurance Company A++ XV Admitted General Security Indemnity Company of Arizona (MGA: Arrowhead A+ XV Non -Admitted Hanover Insurance Company A XV Admitted Illinois Union Insurance Company A++ XV Non -Admitted Indian Harbor Insurance Company A XV Non -Admitted Ironshore Europe Designated Activity Company (MGA: Arrowhead) A XV Non -Admitted Ironshore Insurance Ltd MGA: Arrowhead A XV Non -Admitted Ironshore Specialty Insurance Company A XV Non -Admitted Lloyd's/Hiscox Syndicate 33 (MGA: Arrowhead) A XV Non -Admitted National Union Fire Insurance Company of Pittsburgh PA A XV Admitted New York Marine And General Insurance Company A- IX Admitted OBE Specialty Insurance Company MGA: Arrowhead A XV Non -Admitted StarNet Insurance Company A+ XV Admitted Travelers Property Casualty Company of America A++ XV Admitted Zurich Insurance Company A+ XV Admitted Arthur T. Gallagher & Co. Insurance Brokers of CA., Inc. 51 City of Temecula Insurance Company Ratings and Admitted Status (Cont.) If the above indicated coverage is placed with a Non -Admitted Carrier, the carrier is doing business in the state as a surplus lines or non -admitted carrier. As such, this carrier is not subject to the same regulations which apply to an admitted carrier nor do they participate in any insurance guarantee fund applicable in that state. *The above A.M. Best Rating was verified on the date the proposal document was created. Guide to Best Ratings Rating Levels and Cateaories A++, A+ • ' Superior (in SM of FSC I FSC 11 FSC III FSC IV FSC V FSC VI FSC VII FSC VIII Financial Reposed Pokyholdem' Up to 1.00D 1.0D0 to 2.00D 2.ODD to 5.00D 5.000 to 10.000 10,OOD to 25,ODD 25.ODD to 50.000 50.OD0 to 100.00D 100.0DO to250.000 Size Categories SurpW PAis Conditional FSC IX FSC X FSC XI FSC XII FSC XIII FSC)UV FSC XV Reserve Funds) 250.0D0 to 500.0D0 500.000 to 750.OD0 750.00D to 1,00.DDD 1.000.ODD to 1,250.OD0 1,250.OD0 to 1,5DD,0D0 1,500.ODD to 2.ODD,000 2.000.OD0 or more A A- Excellent B 4. 6+ Good S. B- Fair C++. C+ Marginal C. C- Weak D Poor E Under Regulatory Supervision - In Liquidation S Susperded Best's Insurance Reports , published annually by A.M. Best Company, Inc., presents comprehensive reports on the financial position, history, and transactions of insurance companies operating in the United States and Canada. Companies licensed to do business in the United States are assigned a Best's Rating which attempts to measure the comparative position of the company or association against industry averages. A Best's Financial Strength Rating opinion addresses the relative ability of an insurer to meet its ongoing insurance obligations. It is not a warranty of a company's financial strength and ability to meet its obligations to policyholders. View the A.M. Best Important Notice: Best's Credit Ratings for a disclaimer notice and complete details at htto://www.ambest.com/ratings/notice. Best's Credit Ratings are under continuous review and subject to change and/or affirmation. For the latest Best's Credit Ratings and Best Credit Reports (which include Best Ratings), visit the A.M. Best website at http://www.ambest.com. See Guide to Best's Credit Ratings for explanation of use and charges. Copies of the Best's Insurance Reports for carriers listed above are also available upon request of your Gallagher representative. Best's Credit Ratings reproduced herein appear under license from A.M. Best and do not constitute, either expressly or impliedly, an endorsement of (Licensee's publication or service) or its recommendations, formulas, criteria or comparisons to any other ratings, rating scales or rating organizations which are published or referenced herein. A.M. Best is not responsible for transcription errors made in presenting Best's Credit Ratings. Best's Credit Ratings are proprietary and may not be reproduced or distributed without the express written permission of A.M. Best Company. Gallagher companies use A.M. Best Company's rating services to evaluate the financial condition of insurers whose policies we propose to deliver. Gallagher companies make no representations and warranties concerning the solvency of any carrier, nor does it make any representation or warranty concerning the rating of the carrier which may change. Arthur T. Gallagher & Co. Insurance Brokers of CA., Inc. 52 City of Temecula Insurance Company Ratings and Admitted Status (Cont.) BEST'S FINANCIAL STRENGTH RATING GUIDE — (FSR) A Best's Financial Strength Rating (FSR) is an independent opinion of an insurer's financial strength and ability to meet its ongoing insurance policy and contract obligations. An FSR is not assigned to specific insurance policies or contracts and does not address any other risk, including, but not limited to, an insurer's claims -payment policies or procedures; the ability of the insurer to dispute or deny claims payment on grounds of misrepresentation or fraud; or any specific liability contractually borne by the policy or contract holder. An FSR is not a recommendation to purchase, hold or terminate any insurance policy, contract or any other financial obligation issued by an insurer, nor does it address the suitability of any particular policy or contract for a specific purpose or purchaser. In addition, an FSR may be displayed with a rating identifier, modifier or affiliation code that denotes a unique aspect of the opinion. Best's Financial Strength Rating (FSR) Scale Rating Rating Rating Category Categories Symbols Notches* Definitions Superior A+ A++ Assigned to insurance companies that have, in our opinion, a superior ability to meet their ongoing insurance obligations. Excellent A A- Assigned to insurance companies that have, in our opinion, an excellent ability to meet their ongoing insurance obligations. Good B+ B++ Assigned to insurance companies that have, in our opinion, a good ability to meet their ongoing insurance obligations. Fair B B_ Assigned to insurance companies that have, in our opinion, a fair ability to meet their ongoing insurance obligations. Financial strength is vulnerable to adverse changes in underwriting and economic conditions. Marginal C+ C++ Assigned to insurance companies that have, in our opinion, a marginal ability to meet their ongoing insurance obligations. Financial strength is vulnerable to adverse changes in underwriting and economic conditions. Weak C C- Assigned to insurance companies that have, in our opinion, a weak ability to meet their ongoing insurance obligations. Financial strength is very vulnerable to adverse changes in underwriting and economic conditions. Poor D Assigned to insurance companies that have, in our opinion, a poor ability to meet their ongoing insurance obligations. Financial strength is extremely vulnerable to adverse changes in underwriting and economic conditions. ' Each Best's Financial Strength Rating Category from A+" to "C" includes a Rating Notch to reflect a gradation of financial strength within the category. A Rating Notch is expressed with either a second plus "+" or a minus FSR Non -Rating Designations Designation Designation Symbols Definitions Status assigned to insurance companies that are publicly placed under a significant form of regulatory supervision, control or restraint - including E cease and desist orders, conservatorship or rehabilitation, but not liquidation - that prevents conduct of normal ongoing insurance operations; an impaired insurer. F Status assigned to insurance companies that are publicly placed in liquidation by a court of law or by a forced liquidation; an impaired insurer. Status assigned to rated insurance companies to suspend the outstanding FSR when sudden and significant events impact operations and S rating implications cannot be evaluated due to a lack of timely or adequate information; or in cases where continued maintenance of the previously published rating opinion is in violation of evolving regulatory requirements. NR Status assigned to insurance companies that are not rated; may include previously rated insurance companies or insurance companies that have never been rated by AMBRS. Rating Disclosure - Use and Limitations A Best's Credit Rating (BCR) is a forward -looking independent and objective opinion regarding an insurer's, issuer's or financial obligation's relative creditworthiness. The opinion represents a comprehensive analysis consisting of a quantitative and qualitative evaluation of balance sheet strength, operating performance and business profile or, where appropriate, the specific nature and details of a security. Because a BCR is a forward -looking opinion as of the date it is released, it cannot be considered as a fact or guarantee of future credit quality and therefore cannot be described as accurate or inaccurate. A BCR is a relative measure of risk that implies credit quality and is assigned using a scale with a defined population of categories and notches. Entities or obligations assigned the same BCR symbol developed using the same scale, should not be viewed as completely identical in terms of credit quality. Alternatively, they are alike in category (or notches within a category), but given there is a prescribed progression of categories (and notches) used in assigning the ratings of a much larger population of entities or obligations, the categories (notches) cannot mirror the precise subtleties of risk that are inherent within similarly rated entities or obligations. While a BCR reflects the opinion of A.M. Best Rating Services, Inc. (AMBRS) of relative creditworthiness, it is not an indicator or predictor of defined impairment or default probability with respect to any specific insurer, issuer or financial obligation. A BCR is not investment advice, nor should it be construed as a consulting or advisory service, as such; it is not intended to be utilized as a recommendation to purchase, hold or terminate any insurance policy, contract, security or any other financial obligation, nor does it address the suitability of any particular policy or contract for a specific purpose or purchaser. Users of a BCR should not rely on it in making any investment decision; however, if used, the BCR must be considered as only one factor. Users must make their own evaluation of each investment decision. A BCR opinion is provided on an "as is" basis without any expressed or implied warranty. In addition, a BCR may be changed, suspended or withdrawn at any time for any reason at the sole discretion of AMBRS. BCRs are distributed via the AMBRS website at www.ambest.corn. For additional information regarding the development of a BCR and other rating -related information and definitions, including outlooks, modifiers, identifiers and affiliation codes, please refer to the report titled "Understanding Best's Credit Ratings" available at no charge on the AMBRS website. BCRs are proprietary and may not be reproduced without permission. Copyright ® 2016 by A.M. Best Company, Inc. and/or its affiliates. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. Version 090116 „, BEST Arthur T. Gallagher & Co. Insurance Brokers of CA., Inc. 53 Client Signature Requirements City of Temecula Changes / Developments It is important that we be advised of any changes in your operations that may have a bearing on the validity and/or adequacy of your insurance. The types of changes that concern us include, but are not limited to, those listed below: 1. Changes in any operation such as expansion to other states or new products. 2. Mergers and/or acquisition of new companies. 3. Any newly assumed contractual liability, granting of indemnities, or hold harmless agreements. 4. Circumstances which may require increased liability insurance limits. 5. Any changes in fire or theft protection, such as the installation of or disconnection of sprinkler systems, burglar alarms, etc. This includes any alterations to same. 6. Immediate advice of any changes to scheduled equipment such as contractors' equipment, electronic data processing, etc. 7. Property of yours that is in transit, unless we have previously arranged for the insurance. 8. Any changes in existing premises including vacancy, whether temporary or permanent, alterations, demolition, etc. Also, any new premises either purchased, constructed, or occupied. ❑ No Changes and/or Developments Signature: Title: Date: Arthur T. Gallagher & Co. Insurance Brokers of CA., Inc. 55 City of Temecula Client Authorization to Bind Coverage After careful consideration of Gallagher's proposal dated 5/21/2019, we accept the following coverage(s). Please check the desired coverage(s) and note any coverage amendments below: Excess Liability —1St Layer ($1 OM Quoted ❑ Accept ❑ Reject AIX Specialty Option 1: $1 OM xs $150k SIR $164,294.57 Insurance Company ❑ Accept ❑ Reject (incumbent) Option 2: $1 OM xs $250K SIR $148,214.81 ❑ Accept ❑ Reject TRIA Coverage $937.00 Excess Workers' Compensation New York Marine And Quoted General Insurance Co. ❑ Accept ❑ Reject (incumbent) WC Stat / EL $1 M xs $500k SIR $50,054.00 Property & Equipment Breakdown ❑ Accept ❑ Reject American Home Quoted - $170M xs $10k deductible $101,000.00 Assurance Co. ❑ Accept ❑ Reject (incumbent) TRIA Coverage $7,787.00 Earth Movement & Flood (DIC) ❑ Accept ❑ Reject Arrowhead Quoted - Primary $1 OM $122,260.01 ❑ Accept ❑ (incumbent)Reject TRIA (rejected on expiring) $61,027.32 ❑ Accept ❑ Reject Arrowhead Quoted - $25M xs $1 OM $59,298.72 ElAccept ❑ (incumbent) Reject TRIA (rejected on expiring) $29,339.76 Auto Physical Damage El Accept El Reject Hanover Insurance Quoted $5,868.00 Company ❑ Accept ❑ Reject (Incumbent) TRIA (accepted on expiring) $161.00 Cyber National Union Fire Quoted Insurance Company ❑ Accept ❑ Reject of Pittsburgh, PA $1 M xs $15K (per expiring) $9,144.63 (incumbent) Quoted Option 1: $1 M xs $15K w/ $1 M addl. breach 02 El Accept ❑ Reject Lloyd's / Beazley response Option 2: $3M xs $15K w/ $3M addl. breach $17,378.88 El Accept ❑ Reject response $,. El Accept ❑ Reject Option 3: $5M xs $25K w/ $5M addl. breach $26,15353.98 response Arthur 1. Galta her & Co. Insurance Brokers of CA. Inc. 56 City of Temecula Client Authorization to Bind Quoted ❑ Accept ❑ Reject ❑ Accept ❑ Reject XL Option 1: $1M xs $15K Option 2: $2M xs $15K $8,127.00 $13,528.49 Chubb Group of Quoted ElAccept ❑ InsuranceReject Companies Option 1: $1M xs $15K $9,105.00 El Accept ❑ Reject Option 1: $2M xs $15K $14,445.00 Crime Quoted Hanover Insurance ❑ Accept ❑ Reject Company Option 1: $1M (expiring) $2,548.00 (incumbent) ❑ Accept ❑ Reject Option 2: $2M $5,331.00 Environmental Liability Indian Harbor / XL Quoted ❑ Accept ❑ Reject p � (incumbent) $1 M$2M xs $25K SIR (expiring) $13,390.20 Quoted El Accept ❑Reject Illinois Union Insurance Company Option 1: $2M/$2M xs $25K SIR (1 yr. term) $11,077.00 El Accept El Reject (Chubb) Option 2: $1M/$2M xs $25K SIR (3 yr. term) $23,262.31 ❑ Accept ❑ Reject Option 3: $2M/$2M xs $25K SIR (1 yr. term) $13,179.67 ❑ Accept ❑ Reject Option 4: $2M/$2M xs $25K SIR (3 yr. term) $27,677.21 Quoted El Accept El Reject JPRIMA (policy runs 4/1 — 4/1) $1M/$1M xs $25K deductible $11,308.00 Volunteer Accident Berkley Accident & Quoted ❑ Accept ❑ Reject Health (incumbent) $557.00 Terrorism Quoted (incl. Surplus taxes & fees) ❑ Accept ❑ Reject Option 1: Liability @ $5M $6,321.00 ❑ Accept ❑ Reject Option 2: Liability @ $10M $10,645.08 ❑ Accept ❑ Reject Lloyd's / Beazley Option 3: BI / PD @ $5M $4,726.56 ❑ Accept ❑ Reject Option 4: BI / PD @ $10M $7,874.16 ❑ Accept ❑ Reject Option 5: Liability & BI / PD @ $5M $8,276.64 ❑ Accept ❑ Reject Option 6: Liability & BI / PD @ $10M $13,880.40 Arthur T. Gallagher & Co. Insurance Brokers of CA., Inc. 57 City of Temecula Client Authorization to Bind Coverage (Cont.) The above coverage may not necessarily represent the entirety of available insurance products. If you are interested in pursuing additional coverages other than those addressed in the coverage considerations included in this proposal, please list below: Client Initials Arthur T. Gallagher & Co. Insurance Brokers of CA., Inc. 58 City of Temecula Client Authorization to Bind Coverage It is understood this proposal provides only a summary of the details; the policies will contain the actual coverages. We confirm the values, schedules, and other data contained in the proposal are from our records and acknowledge it is our responsibility to see that they are maintained accurately. We agree that your liability to us arising from your negligent acts or omissions, whether related to the insurance or surety placed pursuant to these binding instructions or not, shall not exceed $20 million, in the aggregate. Further, without limiting the foregoing, we agree that in the event you breach your obligations, you shall only be liable for actual damages we incur and that you shall not be liable for any indirect, consequential or punitive damages. By: Print Name (Specify Title) Signature Date: Arthur T. Gallagher & Co. Insurance Brokers of CA., Inc. 59 NOTICE: 1. THE INSURANCE POLICY THAT YOU ARE APPLYING TO PURCHASE IS BEING ISSUED BY AN INSURER THAT IS NOT LICENSED BY THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA. THESE COMPANIES ARE CALLED "NONADMITTED" OR "SURPLUS LINE" INSURERS. 2. THE INSURER IS NOT SUBJECT TO THE FINANCIAL SOLVENCY REGULATION AND ENFORCEMENT THAT APPLY TO CALIFORNIA LICENSED INSURERS. 3. THE INSURER DOES NOT PARTICIPATE IN ANY OF THE INSURANCE GUARANTEE FUNDS CREATED BY CALIFORNIA LAW. THEREFORE, THESE FUNDS WILL NOT PAY YOUR CLAIMS OR PROTECT YOUR ASSETS IF THE INSURER BECOMES INSOLVENT AND IS UNABLE TO MAKE PAYMENTS AS PROMISED. 4. THE INSURER SHOULD BE LICENSED EITHER AS A FOREIGN INSURER IN ANOTHER STATE IN THE UNITED STATES OR AS A NON - UNITED STATES (ALIEN) INSURER. YOU SHOULD ASK QUESTIONS OF YOUR INSURANCE AGENT, BROKER, OR "SURPLUS LINE" BROKER OR CONTACT THE CALIFORNIA DEPARTMENT OF INSURANCE AT THE FOLLOWING TOLL -FREE TELEPHONE NUMBER: 1-800-927-4357 OR INTERNET WEB SITE WWW.INSURANCE.CA.GOV. ASK WHETHER OR NOT THE INSURER IS LICENSED AS A FOREIGN OR NON -UNITED STATES (ALIEN) INSURER AND FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION ABOUT THE INSURER. YOU MAY ALSO CONTACT THE NAIC'S INTERNET WEB SITE AT WWW.NAIC.ORG. 5. FOREIGN INSURERS SHOULD BE LICENSED BY A STATE IN THE UNITED STATES AND YOU MAY CONTACT THAT STATE'S DEPARTMENT OF INSURANCE TO OBTAIN MORE INFORMATION ABOUT THAT INSURER. G. FOR NON -UNITED STATES (ALIEN) INSURERS, THE INSURER SHOULD BE LICENSED BY A COUNTRY OUTSIDE OF THE UNITED STATES AND SHOULD BE ON THE NAIC'S INTERNATIONAL INSURERS DEPARTMENT (IID) LISTING OF APPROVED NONADMITTED NON - UNITED STATES INSURERS. ASK YOUR AGENT, BROKER, OR "SURPLUS LINE" BROKER TO OBTAIN MORE INFORMATION ABOUT THAT INSURER. 7. CALIFORNIA MAINTAINS A LIST OF APPROVED SURPLUS LINE INSURERS. ASK YOUR AGENT OR BROKER IF THE INSURER IS ON THAT LIST, OR VIEW THAT LIST AT THE INTERNET WEB SITE OF THE CALIFORNIA DEPARTMENT OF INSURANCE: WWW.INSURANCE.CA.GOV. H. IF YOU, AS THE APPLICANT, REQUIRED THAT THE INSURANCE POLICY YOU HAVE PURCHASED BE BOUND IMMEDIATELY, EITHER BECAUSE EXISTING COVERAGE WAS GOING TO LAPSE WITHIN TWO BUSINESS DAYS OR BECAUSE YOU WERE REQUIRED TO HAVE COVERAGE WITHIN TWO BUSINESS DAYS, AND YOU DID NOT RECEIVE THIS DISCLOSURE FORM AND A REQUEST FOR YOUR SIGNATURE UNTIL AFTER COVERAGE BECAME EFFECTIVE, YOU HAVE THE RIGHT TO CANCEL THIS POLICY WITHIN FIVE DAYS OF RECEIVING THIS DISCLOSURE. IF YOU CANCEL COVERAGE, THE PREMIUM WILL BE PRORATED AND ANY BROKER'S FEE CHARGED FOR THIS INSURANCE WILL BE RETURNED TO YOU. Date: Insured: D-1 (Effective January 1, 2017) City of Temecula Liability (AIX) TRIA AGENCY CUSTOMER Id: IINL4-111.1A 1rel�-�11:3:3■:11kill l=13hIII ASEhr& CARRIER hA1L' cuGE Art wrJ. C,~er !sl?C malty Inwr�rr3eCcxrparly i2833 FBirCrkUWBM .WfLC hT rnA WED IhMPRE6 Ct mon O16 City of TernerLA3 POLICYHOLDER DISCLOSURE NOTICE OF TERRORISM INSURANCE COVERAGE You are hereby notified that under the Terrorism Risk Insurance Act, as amended, you have a right to purchase insurance coverage for losses resulting from acts of terrorism. As defined in Section 102(1) of tie Act: The term 'act of terrorism' means any act or acts that are certified by the Secretary of the Treasury-4n consultation with the Secretary of Homeland Security, and the Attorney General of the United States— be an act of terrorism; tD be a violent act or an act that is dangerous to human life, property, or infrastructure; to have resulted in damage within the United States, or outside the United States in the case of certain air carvers or vessels or the premises of a United States mission; and to have been committed by an individual or individuals as part of an effort tD coerce the civilian population of the United States or to influence the policy of affect the conduct of the United States Government by coercion. YOU SHOULD KNOW THAT WHERE CO',lERAGE IS PROVIDED BY THIS POLICY FOR LOSSES RESULTING FROM CERTIFIED ACTS OF TERRORISM, SUCH LOSSES MAY BE PARTIALLY REIMBURSED BY THE UNITED STATES GOJERNMENT UNDER A FORMULA ESTABLISHED BY FEDERAL LAIN. HOWE,IER, YOUR POLICY MAY CONTAIN OTHER EXCLUSIONS WHICH MIGHT AFFECT YOUR COVERAGE, SUCH AS AN EXCLUSION FOR NUCLEAR EVENTS, UNDER THE FORMULA, THE UNITED STATES GO`JERNMENT GENERALLY REIMBURSES 85% THROUGH 2015, 84% BEGINNING ON ,JANUARY 1, 2010; 83% BEGINNING ON JANUARY 1, 2017, 82% BEGINNING ON JANUARY 1, 2018, 81% BEGINNING ON JANUARY 1, 2019 and 80% BEGINNING ON JANUARY 1, 2020, OF COVERED TERRORISM LOSSES EXCEEDING THE STATUTORILY ESTABLISHED DEDUCTIBLE PAID BY THE INSURANCE COMPANY PR9./IDING THE COVERAGE- THE PREMIUM CHARGED FOR THIS COVERAGE IS PRaIDED BELOW AND DOES NCT INCLUDE ANY CHARGES FOR THE PORTION OF LOSS THAT MAY BE CU ERED BY THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT UNDER THE ACT. YOU SHOULD ALSO KNOW THAT THE TERRORISM RISK INSURANCE ACT, AS AMENDED, CONTAINS A 110D BILLION CAP THAT LIMITS U.S. GOVERNMENT REIMBURSEMENT AS WELL AS INSURERS' LIABILITY FOR LOSSES RESULTING FROM CERTIFIED ACTS OF TERRORISM WHEN THE AMOUNT OF SUCH LOSSES IN ANY ONE CALENDAR YEAR EXCEEDS $1DO BILLION. IF THE AGGREGATE INSURED LOSSES FOR ALL INSURERS EXCEED $101 BILLION, YOUR COVERAGE MAY BE REDUCED. Acceptance or Rejection of Terrorism Insurance Coverage ❑ I hereby elect to purchase terrorism coverage for a prospective premium of $ Seeolxte Leite► I hereby decline to- purchase terrorism coverage for certified acts of terrorism- I understand that I wi II have no coverage for louses resulting from certified acts of terrorism. Policyhaldrr? Applicant's Signature Print Name Date PolicyhaldEr? Applicant's Signature Print Name Date Policyhalder? Applicant's Signature Print Name Date Effeetim Date Includes copyrighted material -of the National Association of Insurance Commissioners, with its ACORD 60 US 1201W1) .6 2003-2015 ACORD CORPORATIDN. All rights reserved. The ACORD name and logoare registered marks of ACORD AC"R& 16.1 AOEMrr POuCr NUMBER CARRER AGENCYCU5TOMER ID: Ir"AI IMOPKIIA At ITM QI1PP1 r—Mr—MT .aFPr.r. WT i k4li8fi r4MF E QS1 n.at t_:r Liability (AIX) Auto Supplement MANDATORY UNINSURED MOTORISTS BODILY INJURY COVERAGE OFFER The California Insurance Code requires that all automobile liability policies contain Uninsured Motorists Bodily Injury Coverage with limits equal to your Bodily Injury Liability Coverage, but limits in excess of $30,000 per person, $60,000 per accident split limits, or $60,000 per accident single limit are not required to be offered. You may reject these limits and select limits lowerthan the Bodily Injury Liability Coverage, Uninsured Motorists Bodily Injury Coverage pays far bodily injury losses to you and your passengers as a result of an accident with a driver who has no liability protection and is legally responsible for the injuries. This includes a hit -.and -run vehicle whose owner and operator cannot be identified. Uninsured Motorists Bodily Injury Coverage also provides Underinsured Motoriss Bodily Injury Coverage_ This coverage pays for bodily injury losses w you and your passengers as a result of an accident with a driver who has liability protection with limits that are lawyer than the Uninsured Motoris-s Bodily Injury Iimils you have selected, and that person is legally responsible for your injuries - Please indicate yourchoices by initialing next to the appropriate itern(s) below. Resection of Uninsured Motorists Bodily Iniurlr Coverage The California Insurance Cade requires that we provide you with the fallowing information: The California Insurance Code requires an insurer to provide Uninsured Motorists Bodily Injury Coverage in each bodily injury liability insurance policy it issues covering liability arising out of he ownership, maintenance, or use of a rruotor vehicle_ Those provisions also perrrrtthe insurer and the applicant to delete the coverage completely or to delete the coverage when a motor vehicle is operated by a natural person or persons designated by name. Uninsured Motoriss Bodily Injury Coverage insures the insured, his or her heirs or legal representatives for all sums within the limits established by law, which the person or persons are legally entitled to reomer as damages for bodily injury, incl udi ng any resulting sickness, disease or death to the insu led from the owner or operator of an uninsured motor vehicle not owned or operated by the insured or resident of the same housel-dd. An uninsured motor vehicle indudes an underinsured motor vehicle as defined in subdivision (p) of Secion 11580.2 of the Insurance Code_ I reject Uninsured Motorists Bodily Injury Coverage entirely. I reject Uninsured Motorists Bodily Injury Coverage only with respect to the following Individuals: "ame(s) of Excluded Drivers] Lower Limitfs) for Uninsured Motorists Bodily Injury Coverage The Califomia Insurance Code requires that we provide you with the following infnrri ration: The California Insurance Cade requires an insurer to pnavide Uninsured Motorists Bodily Injury Coverage in each bodily injury liability insurance policy it issues covering liability arising out of the ownership, maintenance or use of a motor vehicle. Those provisions also permit the insurer and the applican::o agree to provide the coverage in an amount less than that required by subdivision (m) of Se=n 11580.2 of the Insurance Code but not less than the financial responsibility requirements. Uninsured MDlerists Bodily Injury Coverage insures the insured, his or her heirs, or legal representatives far all sums within the limits established by law, which the person or persons are legally eroded to recover as damages for bodily injury, including any resulting sickness, disease or death, to the insured from the owner or operator of an uninsured motor vehicle not owned or operated by the i nsured or a resident of the same household. An uninsured motorvehide includes an underinsured motor vehicle as defined in subdivision (p) of Sections 11580.2 of the I nsu rance Code. I select Uninsured Motorists Bodily Injury Coverage limit(s) of $ which are lower than my bath h injury liab lily li mit(s). Coverage is generally described here_ Only the policy pny*ks a complete desixiption of the coverages and their limitations_ Applicant's Sig nature Date Effective Date TheACORd name and logo are registered marks of ACORD r c ^ts AGENCY CUSTOMER ID, MANDATORY UNINSURED MOTC RISTS PROPERTY DAMAGE COVERAGE GFFER The Califnmia Insurance CAcde requires tha- wee provide you with the following information: Uninsured Ub-i rists :Impgrty -�amace Coverao^ pays for damages or destruction of a covered auto caused by an auto accident where an insured is legally enJJed to recover from the owner oroperatarof certain types of uninsured rrotar vehides_ Uninsured Motorists Property Darnage Coverage is available only: 1. If you have not rejected Uninsured lulomrists Bodily Injury Coverage, and 2. For autos forwhich you have not purchased Collision Coverage_ This aaverage is not applicable to commeraal vehicles transporting persons for hire, compensation or profit designed, used or maintained primarily far the transportation of property. Please indicate you r dryaices by initialing next to the appropriate itern(s) below. I select Uninsured Motorists Property Damage Coverage at a I imit of $3,500 for each ac-bdem for the vehides listed below- VEAA NA KE MODEL YEAR NA KE NOBEL YEAR NA KE NLSGEL I reject Uninsured Motorists Property Damage Coverage entirely. I reject Uninsured Motorists Property Damage Coverage only wi=h respect to the following individuals: Name(s) of Excluded Driver(sk Coverage is generally described here. Only the policy provides a complete description of the coverages and their limitations. Appricanf's Sig na-ure Date EfkmAive Date AOORD 61 CA (20013M) Page 2 of 2 WC (Midland) TRIA — mandatory I DLAN D P—� 2cx . c ; 8 Oklahoma City, CK 73123 tieyor.dCove fa6e , Phcre 405LD.OD74•Fa)e4135.W.5432 New fork Marifie and General Insurance Company POLICYHOLDER aSCLOSURE NOTICE OF TERRORISM RISK INSURANCE PROGRAM REAUTHORIZAT10M ACT CO',IERAGE City of Temecula, CA Insured's Name Policy Humber Coverage for acts of terrarsm is included in your policy. This disdosure addresses the requirements of the Terrorism Risk Insurance Act of 2DO2 as amended and extended by the Terrorism Risk Insurance Program Reauthorization Act of 2015. Definitions The definitions provided in this disclosure are based on and have the same meaning as the definitions in the Act If words or phrases not defined in this disclosure are defined in the Ac , the definitions in the Act will apply. 1. 'Act' means the Terrorism Risk Insurance Act of 20D2, which took effect on November 25, 2002, and any amendments thereto, including any amendments resulting from the Terrorism Risk Insurance Program Reauthorization Act of 2015. 2. 'Act of Terrorism means any act that is certified by the Secretary of the Treasury, in consultation with the Secretary of Homeland Security, and the Attorney General of the United States as meeting all of the following requirements_ a. The act is an act of terrorism. b. The act is violent or dangerous to human life, property or irtfrastructure. c. The adt resulted in damage within tie United States, or ouL%kle of the United Sta4-- in the case of the premises of United States missions or certain iir carriers or vessels_ d. The act has been committed by an individual or individuals as part of an effort to coerce the civilian population cif the United States or -a influence the Ind icy or affect the conduct of the United States Government by coercion. 3. 'Insured Loss' means any lass resulting from an act of terrorism (and, except far Pennsylvania, including an act of war, in the case of workers compensation) that is covered by primary or excess property and casualty insurance issued by an insu rer if the loss occurs in the United States or at the premises of U nited States m issions or to certain air carriers or vessels. 4. 'InsurerDeductible' means, far the period beg inningan January 1, 2015, and ending on December31, 2020, an amount equal to 200A of our direct earned premiums, during the immediately preceding calendar year. Limitation of Liability The Act limits our liability to you underthis policy. If aggregate Insured Lasses exceed y11)U,DOQD00,001) in a calendar year and if we have met our Insurer Deductible, we are not liable for the payment of any portion of the amount of Insured Lasses that exceeds $1DO,0fl0,DOD,001); and far aggregate Insured Losses up to $1U0,fl0D,U0D,0D0, we will pay only a pro rasa share of such Insured Losses as determined by the Secretary of the Treasury. www.midlandsmgt,00m Includies copyright material of the National Council on Compensation Insurance, Inc., with its permission, Policyholder Disclosure Notice 1. Insured Losses would be partially reimbursed by the United States Government. If the aggregate industry Insured Losses exceed: a. $1UU,OM.MO. with respect to such Insured Lasses occurring in calendar year 2015, the United States Government would pay 85% of our Insured Losses that exceed our Insurer Deductible- b. $12U,OM.MO. with respect to such Insured Lasses occurring in calendar year 2016, the United States Government would pay 84% of our Insured Lasses that exceed our Insurer Deductible_ c. � 140,0M. MO. with respect to such Insured Lasses occurring in calendar year 2017, the United States Government would pay 83% of our Insu red Lasses that exceed ou r I nsurer Deductible. d. �IM,OM.MO. with respect to such Insured Lasses aocurring in calendar year 2018, the United States Government would pay 82% of our Insu rest Losses that exceed ou r I nsurer Deductible_ e. �I90,OM.MO. with respect to such Insured Lasses Demurring in calendar year 2019, the United States Government would pay 8 1 % of our Insured Losses that exceed our Insurer Deductible_ f. $21U,OM. MO. with respect to such Insured Lasses occurring in calendar year 20M, the United States Government would pay 813% of our Insu red Losses that exceed ou r I nsurer Deductible_ 2. Notwithstand ing item 1 above, the Unites] States Government will not make any payment u nder the Act for any portion of Insured Losses that exceed $1fl0,U0D,U0D,ODU_ The portion of your annual premium that is attributable to coverage far acts of terrorism is $499 and sloes not include any charges for the portion of losses covered by the United States govemment under the Act - The portion of the frrs,ured ; annuaf premium that is atfrfbufable to coverage for certrfred `acfs of femoriam' may be adjustable at audit and is cakdated based on a percentage of the insureds tofaf audited payroll. J ACKNOWLEDGE THAT WE HAVE BEEN NOTIFIED THAT UNDER THE TERRORISM RISK INSURANCE PROGRAM REAUTHOR LZAT ION ACT OF 21315. ANY LOS JCS RES ULTI NG FROM C ERTI FI ED ACTS OF TERRORISM U HIDER THIS POLICY COVERAGE MAY BE PARTIALLY REIMBURSED BY THE UNrrED STATES GOVERNMENT, MAY BE SUBJECT TO A $10U BILLION CAP THAT MAY REDUCE THIS COVERAGE AND WE HAVE BEEN NOTIFIED OF THE PORTION OF THE PREMIUM ATTRIDUTABLETOTHISCOVERAGE_ Policyholder's Signature date www.midlandsmgt,com Includes copyright material of the National Council on Compensation Insurance, Inc., with its permission, Property TRIA POLICIMOLDER DISCLOSURE NOTICE OF TERRORISM INSURANCE COA-ERA GE (RIGHT TO PURCHASE COVERAGE) You are hereby notified that under the Terrorism Risk Inaunnre Act, as amended, that yea have a right to purchase insurance 2,Dvexaee for losses resulting from acts of terrGrir*n 11s d4Vmad in Sscdopi 102(1) griheAcr: The term 'act of terrorism': means any act or act3 that are certified by the Semetary of the Treasur:—in consultation with the Secretary of Homeland Security, and the Attamey General of the United States —tea be an act of terror=; to be a violent act or an act that is danremus to human life: property, ar infrastructure; to have resulted m damage within the United States, or autside the United States in the case of certain air carriers or vessels or the premises of a United States mission; and to hax a been committed by an individual or individuals as part of an effort to coerce the civilian population of the United States or to ir-luerce the policy or affect the conduct of the United States Govern meni by coercion. YOU SHOULD SNOB,' THAT 7711E.RE CON-E.RAGE IS PROVIDED BY THIS POLICY FOR LOSSES RESULTING FROM CERTIFIED ACTS OF TERRORISM, SUCH LOSSES MAY BE PARTL%ILY REI14BUR.SED BY THE UNITED STATES GOV`ERNh9nNT UNDER A FORMULA ESTABLISHED BY FEDERAL LAW. HOWEVER, YOUR POLICY MAY CONTAIN OTHER EXCLUSIONS A'HICH MIGHT AFFECT YOUR COi,TKAGE, SUCH AS AN EXCLUSION FOR NUCLEAR ETvTNTS. UNDER THE FORMULA, THE UNITED STATES GOVERNhE24T GENERALLY REIMBURSES 85% THROUGH 2015; 84% BEGINNLVG ON JANUARY 1, 2016; 83% BEGINNLNG ON JANUARY 1: 2017; 82% BEGINNING JANUARY 1, 2018; 91% BEGE'-] 1G JANUARY 1, 2019 and 30% BEGINNING ON JANUARY 1, 2-02-0, OF COVER= TERRORISM LASSES EXCEEDING THE STATUTORILY ESTABLISHED DEDUCTIBLE PAID BY THE LNSURA-NCE COMPANY PRO''UING THE COVERAGE. THE PREMIUM CHARGED FOR THIS COVERAGE IS PROVIDED BELOW AND DOES NOT INCLUDE ANY CHARGES FOR THE PORTION OF LOSS THAT MAY BE COVERED BY THE FEDERAL GOVERN Eh1T UNDER THE ACT. YOU SHOULD ALSO KNOW THAT THE TERRORISM RISK INSL CE ACT, AS AMENDED, CONTAINS A 100 BILLION CAP THAT 13MS U.S. GO%TRNMENT KEIIIBURSENIE T AS WELL AS INSURERS' LLABIL= FOR. LOSSES RESULTING FROM CERTE=) ACTS OF TERRORISM W= THE AMOUNT OF SUCH LOSSES IN ANY ONE CAL AR YEAR EXCEEDS $100 BILLION_ IF THE AGGREGATE INSURED LOSSES FOR ALL INSURERS EXCEED 100 BILLION. YOUR. COVERAGE MAY BE REDUCED_ Ateeptaace or Rejection of Ierrorism Insurance Cufersge here ay elect to purchase oeimi m coverage for a prospective premium of S?,787. hereby deefine to purchase tmTorism coverage for certified acts oftexrorism. I understand that wall haze no cn-eia a far losses resuhipf from certified acts of terrorism- P-Dlicyholder�Applicant's Signature Pohcyholder. Applirant's Pxinred Name Date D6555 [1f15) O 2015Nsdona] Assatiation of Inmaamre CGmmissiomers APD (Hanover) TRIA TH IS NOTIC E IS P ROVIDE D I N RESPONSE TO THE DISCLOSURE REG UI REMENTS OF THE TERRORI SM R ISK INS URANC E ACT. THIS NOTICE DOES NOT G RANT COVERAGE OR CHANC E TH E TERMS AN D CON afTIONS OF COVERAGE U "DER THE POLICY. IF THERE IS A CONFLICT BETWEEN TH IS NOTICE AN D THE POLICY, TH E PROVI SIONS OF THE POLI CY SHALL AP PLY. DISCLOSURE PURSUANT TO TERRORISM RISC INSURANCE ACT Schedule Disc;losum- of Prem ium: Total Terrorism Premium $ 161 Fire Following Premium $ Waived Otherthan Fire Following Premium $ 161 Disclosure of Terre ism Coverage Available You are hereby notified that under the Terrorism Risk Insurance Act, as amended, you have a rig h::11- purchase insurance coverage for losses result ng from 'acts of terrorism defined in Section 102(l ) of the Act as follows: Any act or acts that are certified by the Secretary of the Treasury, in consu Itation with the Secreta ry of Homeland Secu rityr and the Attorney General of the United States, to be an act of terrorism; to be a violent act or an act that is dangerous to human I ife, property, or infrastructure; to have res ulted in damage withi n the United States, or outside the Un ited States in the case of certain air carriers or Wessels or the premises of a United States mission; and to have been committed by an i ndividua I or individuals as part of an effort to coerce the civilian population of the United States or to influence the pal icy or affect the conduct of the United States government by coercion. The premium charged for this coverage is provided in the Schedule above and does not include any charges for the portion of loss that may be covered by the Federal Government as described below. Your pol icy may contai n other exclus ions wh ich cou Id affect your coverage, s uch as an exclus ion for Nuclea r Events or Pall ution. Please read yfour policy careful ty. Nate for Commercial PrcDerty OF Commercial I nland Marine Pvlievholders in Sta ndard Fire States: In your state, a terrorism exclusion makes an exception for (and therefore provides coverage for) fire losses resulting from an act of terrorism. If you reject the offer of terrorism coverage, therefore, that rejection does not apply to fire lasses resulting from an act of terrorism. Coverage for such fire losses will be provided in your policy. The add lbDnal premium just for such fire coverage is shown in the Schedule above. Disclosure of Federal Participation in Payment of Terrorism Losses The United States government through the Department of the Treasury may pays a share of terrorism losses insured under the federal program under a formula set forth in the Act. Under this formula, the United States government generally reimbu rses the following percentage of cavered terrods m lass wh ich exceeds the statutorily established deductible paid by the insurance company providing the coverage: 85% through 2g 15; 1 4% beginning on January 1, 2016; 133% beginning on January 1, 2U 17; 82% beginning on January 1, M 1 S; B 1 % beginning on January 1, 21)19; and 80% beginning on January 1, 2020. 41-1374 fit 15 Includes aoyrlglr.Ed M.T. la or Irs,iranm-e^r ces otncLL, Inc., wU Its pefm=Jon. Pagel of 2 Cap on Insurer Participation in Payment of Terrorism Lysses The Act contains a $1-DO billion cap that limits the reimbursemen. by he United States government as well as insurers' liability far losses resulting from certified acts o' .errorism. If the aggregate of insured lasses attributable to terrorist acts certified under the Terrorism Risk I nsurance Act exceed :$ 1 M Wilion in a calendar year and we have met our insurer deductible under the Act, we will not be liable far the payment of any portion of the amount of such losses that exceeds $100 billion- In such case, insured lasses up to that amou n- are subject to pro rasa allocation in accordance with procedu res establis hed by the Secretary of the Treasury. Rejection of Terrorism Insurance Conrerage I decline to purchase terrorism coverage for certified acts of terrorism. I understand that I will have no coverage for losses resulting fram certified acts of terrorism. Hanover Insurance Company ApplicanVPal icyhalder Signatu re Ins Lira rice Cc m pany IH F-A670614-04 Print Name Date Quote or Policy Number Cyber (AIG) TRIA POLICYHOLDER DISCLOSURE NOTICE OF TERRORISM INSURANCE COVERAGE RIGHT TO PURCHASE COVERAGEl- You are hereby notified that under the Terrorism Risk Insurance Act, as amended, that you have a right to purchase insurance coverage for losses resulting from acts of terrorism, as del7n d rn Section 102M of the Act_ The term "act of terrorism" means any act Or acts that are certified by the Secretary of the Treasury -in consultation with the Secretary of Homeland Security, and the Attorney General of the United States-t4 be an act of terrorism; to be a violent act or an act that is dangerous to human life, Property, or infrastructure; to have resulted in damage within the United States, or outside the United States in the case of certain air carriers Or Vessels or the premises of a United States mission; and to have been committed by an individual OF individuals as part of an effort to coerce the civilian population Of the United Stags or to influence the policy or affect the conduct of the United States Governmerrt by coercion_ YOU SHOULD KNOW THAT WHERE COVERAGE IS PROVIDED BY THIS POLICY FOR LOSSES RESULTING FROM CERTIFIED ACTS OF TERRORISM, SUCH LOSSES MAY BE PARTIALLY REIMBURSED BY THE UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT UNDER A FORMULA ESTABLISHED BY FEDERAL LAW. HOWEVER, YOUR POLICY MAY CONTAIN OTHER EXCLUSIONS WHICH MIGHT AFFECT YOUR COVERAGE. SUCH AS AN EXCLUSION FOR NUCLEAR EVENTS. UNDER THE FORMULA, THE UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT GENERALLY REIMBURSES 85% THROUGH 2015; 84% BEGINNING ON JANUARY 1, 2016; 83% BEGINNING ON JANUARY 1, 2017: 82% BEGINNING JANUARY 1. 2018; 81% BEGINNING JA14UARY 1, 2019 and SO% BEGINNING ON JANUARY 1, 2-020 OF COVERED TERRORISM LOSSES EXCEEDING THE STATUTORILY ESTABLISHED DEDUCTIBLE PAID BY THE INSURANCE COMPANY PROVIDING THE COVERAGE. THE PREMIUM CHARGED FOR THIS COVERAGE IS PROVIDED BELOW AND DOES NOT INCLUDE ANY CHARGES FOR THE PORTION OF LOSS THAT MAY BE COVERED BY THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT UNDER THE ACT. YOU SHOULD ALSO iKNOW THAT THE TERRORISM RISK INSURANCE ACT, AS AMENDED. CONTAINS A $100 BILLION CAP THAT LIMITS U.S. GOVERNMENT REIMBURSEMENT AS WELL AS INSURERS' LIABILITY FOR LOSSES RESULTING FROM CERTIFIED ACTS OF TERRORISM WHEN THE AMOUNT OF SUCH LOSSES IN ANY ONE CALENDAR YEAR EXCEEDS 5100 BILLION_ IF THE AGGREGATE INSURED LOSSES FOR ALL INSURERS EXCEED i100 BILLION, YOUR COVERAGE MAY BE REDUCED. Aooeptance or Rejection of Terrorism Insurance Coverage I hereby elect to purchase terrorism coverage for the Prospective premium as set forth in the quote letter_ I hereby decline to purchase terrorism coverage for certified acts of terrorism_ understand that I will have no coverage for losses resulting from certified acts of terrorism. Policyholder'Applicarrt's Signature POIIcyholderrAppliicant's Printed Name Date Insured Name: CITY OF TEMECULA INC Policy Form: SPECIALTY RISK PROTECTOR Tab: 1614044, Submission:979879306 Policy Period of 12 Months Pollution (Chubb) TRIA POLICYHOLDER DISCLOSURE NOTICE OF TERRORISM INSURANCE COVERAGE You are hereby notified that under the Terrorism Risk Insurance Act, as amended, you have a right to purchase insurance coverage for losses resulting from acts of terrorism. As defined in ;Section 102(i) of the A cit The term "act of terrorism" means any act or acts that are certified by the Secretary of the Treasury —in consultation with the Secretary of Homeland Security, and the Attorney General of the United States —tea be an act of terrorism'. to be a violent act or an act that is dangerous to human life, properly, or infrastructure; to have resulted in damage within the United States, or outside the United States in the case of certain air carriers or vessels or the premises of a United States mission; and to have been committed by an individual or individuals as park of an effort to coerce the civilian population of the United States or to influence the policy or affect the conduct of the United States Government by coercion_ YOU SHOULD KNOW THAT WHERE COVERAGE IS PROVIDED BY THIS POLICY FOR LOSSES RESULTING FROM CERTIFIED ACTS OF TERRORISM, SUCH LOSSES MAY BE PARTIALLY REIMBURSED BY THE UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT UNDER A FORMULA ESTABLISHED BY FEDERAL LAIN. HOWEVER. YOUR POLICY MAY CONTAIN OTHER EXCLUSIONS WHICH MIGHT AFFECT YOUR COVERAGE, SUCH AS AN EXCLUSION FOR NUCLEAR EVENTS. UNDER THE FORMULA, THE UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT GENERALLY REIMBURSES 85% THROUGH 2O15, 84% BEGINNING ON JANUARY 1, 2016; 83% BEGINNING ON JANUARY 1. 201T. 82''-b BEGINNING ON JANUARY 1. 2018; 81% BEGINNING ON JANUARY 1, 2019 and 80% BEGINNING ON JANUARY 1, 2020. OF COVERED TERRORISM LOSSES EXCEEDING THE STATUTORILY ESTABLISHED DEDUCTIBLE PAID BY THE INSURANCE COMPANY PROVIDING THE COVERAGE, THE PREMIUM CHARGED FOR THIS COVERAGE IS PROVIDED BELOW AND DOES NOT INCLUDE ANY CHARGES FOR THE PORTION OF LOSS THAT MAY BE COVERED BY THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT UNDER THE ACT. YOU SHOULD ALSO KNOW THAT THE TERRORISM RISK INSURANCE ACT, AS AMENDED, CONTAINS A $100 BILLION CAP THAT LIMITS U.S. GOVERNMENT REIMBURSEMENT AS WELL AS INSURERS' LIABILITY FOR LOSSES RESULTING FROM CERTIFIED ACTS OF TERRORISM WHEN THE AMOUNT OF SUCH LOSSES IN ANY ONE CALENDAR YEAR EXCEEDS $1D0 BILLION. IF THE AGGREGATE INSURED LOSSES FOR ALL INSURERS EXCEED 100 BILLION, YOUR COVERAGE MAY BE REDUCED. k rr,-ntnnrF nr R A prtinn of Terrmism Tncnr.in rip C: nrrra P,,- I hereby elect to purchase terrorism coverage for a prospective premium of I hereby dedineto purchase terrorism coverage for certified acts of terrorism_ I understand that I will have no covers a for losses resulting from certified acts of terrorism_ voucynciaeriAppimanrs z5ignaivure Illinois Union Insurance Company Insurance Company Print Name Policy Number D a[e TR-19604d (01:'15) Page 1 of 1 Appendix City of Temecula Claims Reporting By Policy Direct Reporting REPORTINGCOVERAGE CARRIER CLAIMS •• Excess Liability PSI Program Administrators A Division of Risk Placement Services Carl Warren Excess Liability - 2850 Golf Road 17862 East 17th Street, Suite 111 $IOM xs $150K SIR Rolling Meadows, IL 60008 Tustin, California 92780 E-mail: Philip_Vaughan-Fowler@RPSins.com Tel: (657) 622-4200 Phone: 866-832-5728 PSI Program Administrators A Division of Risk Placement Services Carl Warren Excess Liability — 2"d 2850 Golf Road 17862 East 17th Street, Suite 111 Layer Rolling Meadows, IL 60008 Tustin, California 92780 E-mail: Philip_Vaughan-Fowler@RPSins.com Tel: (657) 622-4200 Phone: 866-832-5728 Excess Workers' Compensation Midlands Management Corporation 3817 Northwest Expressway, Suite 1000 Elite Claims Management Excess Workers' Post Office Box 22778 27475 Ynez Road, #322 Compensation Oklahoma City, OK 73123-1778 Temecula, CA 92591 Phone: 405-840-0074 Tel: (951) 676-3850 Fax: 405-426-6197 Property American Home Assurance Company Property 175 Water Street, 18th Floor N/A New York City, NY 10038 Phone: 1 (212) 458-7000 DIC Empire Indemnity Insurance Company DIC — Primary Swett & Crawford 550 W. Van Buren, Suite 1500 N/A $10M Chicago, IL 60607 Phone: 1 (312) 899-1480 QBE Specialty Insurance Company DIC - p/o Swett & Crawford $25M xs $10M 550 W. Van Buren, Suite 1500 N/A Primary Chicago, IL 60607 Phone: 1 (312) 899-1480 Arthur 1. Gallagher & Co. Insurance Brokers of CA. Inc. 74 City of Temecula Claims Reporting By Policy (Cont.) General Security Indemnity Co. of Arizona DIC - $p/o Swett & Crawford $25M xs $10M 550 W. Van Buren, Suite 1500 N/A Primary Chicago, IL 60607 Phone: 1 (312) 899-1480 Auto Physical Damage Hanover Insurance Company Auto Physical Phone: (800) 628-0250 N/A Damage Fax: (800) 399-4734 Email: firstreport@hanover.com Cyber National Union Fire Insurance Co. of Pittsburg PA Cyber 175 Water Street, 18 Floor N/A New York City, NY 10038 Phone: 1 (877) 638-4244 Fax: 1 (212) 458-7080 Crime Hanover Insurance Company Crime Phone: (800) 628-0250 N/A Fax: (800) 399-4734 Email: firstreport@hanover.com Pollution XL Group Insurance c/o ACS, Inc. P.O. Box 614002 Pollution Orlando, FL 32861-4002 N/A Phone: 1 (800) 327-1414 Email: napropcasclaimnewnoticesCcDxlcatlin.com Fax: 1 (610) 458-6653 Chubb Environmental Risk Claims Manager P.O. Box 5103 Scranton, PA 18505 Pollution Fax: (866) 635-5687 N/A First Notice Fax: (800) 3951-4119 Email: casualtyriskenvironmentalfirstnotice@chubb.com Arthur T. Gallagher & Co. Insurance Brokers of CA. Inc. 75 City of Temecula Claims Reporting By Policy (Cont.) Volunteer Accident Berkley Accident & Health Insurance Company Cambridge Administrators, LLC Volunteer Accident 757 Third Avenue, 10th Floor cambridgeadminstrators.com/claim- New York, NY 10017 form www.BerkleyAH.com Tel: (402) 991-6301 Arthur T. Gallagher & Co. Insurance Brokers of CA., Inc. 76 City of Temecula Bindable Quotations & Compensation Disclosure Schedule Client Name: City of Temecula WHOLESALER,OR INTERMEDIARY EST. ANNUAL COMM.% COMM.%OWNED? • OR FEE 2 NAME3 OR • Excess Liability— 1st AIX Specialty Insurance Company (Hanover Insurance $159,500.00 0 % Risk Placement g 5 % Yes Excess Companies) Services Excess Workers' New York Marine And General Insurance Company $50,054.00 o Midlands 0 /o 4 No Compensation (ProSight Specialty Group) Management Corp. Property American Home Assurance Company (American $97,000.00 0 % N/A - - International Group, Inc.) Empire Indemnity Insurance Co (Zurich Insurance $118,269.00 0 % Swett & Crawford DIC - Primary $10M 5% No Group) QBE Specialty Insurance Company DIC - $25M xs $10M Lloyd's Syndicate 33 $56,860.00 0 % Swett & Crawford 5% No General Security Indemnity Co of Arizona Hanover Insurance Company National Union Fire Insurance Company of Pittsburgh $5,858.00 0 % N/A APD & CE - - Cyber Liability $10,451.00 0 % N/A - - PA (American International Group, Inc.) $2,548.00 0 % N/A - - Crime Hanover Insurance Company (Hanover Insurance Companies) Pollution Indian Harbor Insurance Company (XL) $12,975.00 15% N/A - - Pollution Illinois Union Insurance Company (Chubb) $11,359.00 17% N/A - - Volunteer Accident Berkley Accident and Health Insurance Company $557.00 20% N/A - - $6,125.00 $10,315.00 Terrorism Lloyd's / Beazley $8,020.00 $13,450.00 20% N/A - - $4,580.00 $7,630.00 Arthur 1. Gallagher & Co. Insurance Brokers of CA., Inc. 77 City of Temecula Bindable Quotations & Compensation Disclosure Schedule (Cont.) Some carriers pay Gallagher supplemental or contingent commissions in addition to the policy commission. Contingent commissions are typically contingent upon performance factors such as growth, profit, volume or retention, while supplemental commissions are not. These supplemental or contingent commissions may range from less than 1 % up to 10% of the policy premium. Please refer to the Compensation Disclosure or contact your Gallagher representative for additional information. 1 If the premium is shown as an indication: The premium indicated is an estimate provided by the market. The actual premium and acceptance of the coverage requested will be determined by the market after a thorough review of the completed application. * A verbal quotation was received from this carrier. We are awaiting a quotation in writing. 2 The commission rate is a percentage of annual premium excluding taxes & fees. * Gallagher is receiving commission on this policy. The fee due Gallagher will be reduced by the amount of the commissions received. 3 We were able to obtain more advantageous terms and conditions for you through an intermediary/ wholesaler. 4 * The non -Gallagher intermediary/wholesaler did not provide their compensation information for this proposal. The usual and customary compensation to a wholesaler/ intermediary ranges from 5% to 12%, but we cannot verify that range is applicable in connection with this proposal. Arthur J. Gallagher & Co. Insurance Brokers of CA., Inc. im Item No. 6 CITY OF TEMECULA AGENDA REPORT TO: City Manager/City Council FROM: Michael Heslin, Director of Information Technology and Support Services DATE: June 11, 2019 SUBJECT: Approve the First Amendment to the Service Agreement with Vesta Solutions, Inc. for Access to the Vesta Communicator and Vesta Alert Emergency Notification Services PREPARED BY: Damion Patrick, Assistant Director of ITSS RECOMMENDATION: That the City Council: 1. Approve the First Amendment to the Service Agreement with Vesta Solutions, Inc. for access to the Vesta Communicator and Vesta Alert Emergency Notification Services in an amount not to exceed $27,450 per year, or $82,350 for the duration of the agreement; 2. Authorize the City Manager to approve change orders up to 10% of the service charge per year. BACKGROUND: Beginning in 2007, in order to provide immediate and effective communication to the residents of the City of Temecula during an emergency, the City implemented Vesta Communications (formerly Communicator NXT) Software. During an emergency, these tools allow the City to send mass notification to citizens and staff via phone call, text message, messaging app, and email. Depending on the emergency, notifications may be sent Citywide, or limited to certain affected groups or geographic areas. The current agreement for the Vesta Emergency Notification Services is set to expire in May, 2019. Vesta Communicator and Vesta Alert are proprietary software solutions that are only sold and distributed by Vesta Solutions Inc. Therefore this is a sole source purchase. The approval of this Amendment authorizes the City to retain the Vesta Solutions Emergency Notification Services for an additional three-year term. FISCAL IMPACT: Adequate funds for Fiscal Year 2018/2019 have been budgeted in the annual operating budget. Subsequent years are subject to budget approval. ATTACHMENT: Vesta Solutions Agreement FIRST AMENDMENT TO SERVICE AGREEMENT THIS FIRST AMENDMENT TO SERVICE AGREEMENT ("Amendment") is entered into and effective this June 11, 2019 ("Effective Date") by and between City of Temecula ("Customer"), and Vesta Solutions, Inc., formerly known as Airbus DS Communications, Inc. ("Vesta Solutions"). Customer and Vesta Solutions may each be referred to herein as a "Party" and collectively as the "Parties". All capitalized terms in this Amendment shall have the same meaning as in the Agreement (as defined below) unless otherwise stated herein. RECITALS WHEREAS, Customer and Airbus DS Communications entered into that certain Service Agreement dated May 26, 2016 ("Agreement") for purposes of the Customer obtaining an emergency notification system; and WHEREAS, on March 7, 2018, Motorola Solutions, Inc. completed its acquisition of Airbus DS Communications, Inc.'s parent company, Plant Holdings, Inc.; and WHEREAS, on March 7, 2018, Airbus DS Communications, Inc. changed its name to Vesta Solutions, Inc.; and WHEREAS, the Parties desire to amend the Agreement to extend its term, as set forth below. AGREEMENT NOW THEREFORE, in consideration of the above premises, and other good and valuable consideration, the receipt and sufficiency of which are hereby acknowledged, the Parties hereto agree to amend the Agreement as follows: 1. All references in the Agreement to "Airbus DS Communications" shall mean and refer to Vesta Solutions, Inc. 2. Notwithstanding any provision of the Agreement to the contrary, the term of the Agreement is hereby extended for three (3) years until May 31, LOLL ("Extended Term"). 3. The fees and services for the Extended Term shall be as set forth in Proposal 73119, a copy of which is attached hereto and incorporated by reference herein. 4. Conflict/No Other Modifications. In the event of a conflict between the terms of this Amendment and the terms of the Agreement, this Amendment shall control. All other terms of the Agreement shall remain unchanged and in full force and effect. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the parties hereto have caused this Amendment to be signed by their authorized representatives as of the Effective Date. This Amendment may be executed in counterparts, all of which taken together shall constitute one instrument. Electronic or facsimile signatures are acceptable forms of execution of this Amendment and shall be binding on all Parties hereto. CITY OF TEMECULA VEST/► Alert VESTnJ Communicator PROPOSAL FOR CITY OF TEMECULA 3/22/19 ® MOTOROLA SOLUTIONS ® MOTOROLASOLUTIONS March 212 2019 Ref: Proposal #73119 Dear Aaron, Motorola Solutions is committed to helping people be their best in the moments that matter. We appreciate the opportunity to propose our industry renowned Notification Solutions and Services (NSS). To meet the communications needs of the City of Temecula we are providing this proposal for the continuation of services provided by the company's web -based solutions, the VESTA® Communicator and VESTA® Alert solutions, in the hosted environment. Through the technology's use, your organization gains unprecedented calling capacity for reaching recipients, while eliminating costs and maintenance associated with on -site hardware and phone lines. This offer shall remain valid for 120 days from the date of this Proposal. We thank you for the opportunity to furnish City of Temecula with critical emergency notification technology. Our goal is to provide you with the best solutions and services available in the industry. If you have any questions regarding this proposal, please do not hesitate to contact me. Best regards, Chris Leonard Regional Account Manager Chris . Le o n a rd (a), M oto ro I a S o l u ti o n s. co m m: 615,947,8390 Motorola Solutions, Inc. Vesta Solutions, Inc. 105 Westpark Drive Suite 200, Brentwood, TN U.S.A. VestaPublicSafety.com Motorola. Solutions, Inc. 500 West Monroe Street,-0hicago, IL 60661 U.S.A. MotorolaSolutions.com © MOTOROLA SOLUTIONS TABLE OF CONTENTS Overview 4 2. VESTA Alert 5 3. VESTA Communicator 7 4. Installation, Support and Training 0 5. Pricing 9 Proposal to City of Temecula Page 3 MOTOROLA, MOTO, MOTOROLA SOLUTIONS and the Stylized M Logo are trademarks or registered trademarks of Motorola Trademark Holdings, LLC and are used under license. All other trademarks are the property of their respective owners. ©2gt8 Motorola Solutions, Inc. All rights reserved. 03-2078 Vesta Solutions, Inc. is a wholly owned subsidiary of Motorola Solutions, Inc. VESTA is a registered trademark of Vesta Solutions, Inc. ® MOTOROLA SOLUTIONS 1. OVERVIEW Vesta Solutions, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of Motorola Solutions, is committed to helping people be their best in the moments that matter. We appreciate the opportunity to propose our industry renowned Notification Solutions and Services (NSS). Throughout our history, we have engineered premise based and hosted platforms to consistently perform in situations impacting operational resiliency and personal safety. Our solutions are scalable in design, supporting simple to highly complex communications and budgets of every size. As a result, thousands of public and private sector clients worldwide look to us for the experience, choice and performance essential to executing their rapid notification strategies. Experience. With almost 30 years in the industry, our growing list of clients speaks volumes toward the integrity and commitment of Vesta Solutions, and demonstrates our continued nvestment in people, business processes, applications and global presence. Other key points include: • Highly diverse customer community spanning multiple industries, including defense, security, finance, healthcare, utility, retail, oil and chemical, as well as public safety and government • Detailed knowledge and integration with commonly used incident management tools, databases and technologies • Thorough understanding of emerging communications standards, alerting protocols and emergency notification pitfalls Choice. Only Vesta Solutions offers discrete deployment options adaptable to any environment or operational need, yet fully engineered to support the unique communications needs of our clients. Our broad range of offerings, coupled with invaluable customer input, allows us to be active consultants in the design, deployment and support of our notification solutions and services. • Premise -based, hosted (Baas model) and hybrid platforms • List- and map -based applications • API integration with various applications, databases and/or technologies • Complete scalability across jurisdictions or through public -private partnerships Performance. Vesta Solutions' Notification Solutions and Services have proven secure and reliable in the most extreme situations. Our people, systems and business processes help organizations to reduce risk, shorten recovery time, maintain public confidence and enhance regulatory compliance. Their success drives our ongoing development efforts and customer service initiatives, allowing us to continually raise the bar in the notification industry. • Security -hardened offerings; passing of rigorous vulnerability assessments • Multiple Tier III, geographically dispersed and SSAE 16 (formerly SAS 70) certified data centers • ISO 9001:2015 certified organization Proposal to Cily of Temecula Paga 4 MOTOROLA, MOTO, MOTOROLA SOLUTIONS and the Stylized M Logo are trademarks or registered trademarks of Motorola Trademark Holdings, LLC and are used under license. All other trademarks are the property of their respective owners. ©2078 Motorola Solutions, Inc. All rights reserved. 03-2018 Vesta Solutions, Inc. Is a wholly owned subsidiary of Motorola Solutions, Inc. VESTA.is a registered trademark of Vesta Solutions, Inc. ® MOTOROLA SOLUTIONS VESTA® Alert is a highly intuitive map -based solution that quickly and accurately identifies an area at risk to rapidly deliver critical information to the impacted population. The intuitive, easy - to -use interface can reduce costly training time for public safety organizations. Citizens must be able to rely on Public Safety officials to notify them of dangerous and in some instances life -threatening events. Public Safety officials must be able to rely on a sophisticated yet easily managed solution to notify the community at a moment's notice. The VESTA Alert solution from Vesta Solutions does just that. Map -based and optimized for population warning and mass notification, this state-of-the-art solution delivers citizens and public safety officials a system they can rely on with the quality and reliability that Public Safety has come to expect from the VESTA® portfolio. EASY TO USE AND MANAGE One of the most attractive features of the VESTA Alert solution is the fact that it is extremely intuitive and easy to use. Users can quickly and accurately identify the area at risk and issue an alert. The intuitive user interface reduces costly training time. Once you open your web browser and sign -in to the secure web -portal, you are connected to the robust map -based application displaying your local geographical area. You can immediately begin the tasks you need to get done - whether that includes planning or initiating a notification, drawing notification zones for future use or checking on a status of existing notification. EFFECTIVE, RESPONSIVE AND DETAILED The VESTA Alert solution is highly responsive and offers a rich mapping experience. Users can quickly navigate using detailed street level maps and overlay high -quality aerial imagery and easily pan, zoom, search and navigate the map using a variety of mapping tools. The solution delivers the software through secure web browser -based access, which eliminates the need to install software locally or download a large GIS data set to each user's computer. Proposal to City o(Temecula rage o MOTOROLA, MOTO, MOTOROLA SOLUTIONS and the Stylized M Logo are tademarks or registered trademarks of Motorola Trademark Holdings, LLC and are used under license. All other Vademarks are the property of their respective owners. 02018 Motorola Solutions, Inc. All rights reserved. 03-2018 Vesta Solutions, Inc. is a wholly owned subsidiary of Motorola Solutions, Inc. VESTA.is a registered trademark of Vesta Solutions, Inc. ® MOTOROLA SOLUTIONS MASSCALL® CAPABILITY The VESTA Alert solution includes our MassCall® service, a state-of-the-art telecommunications network that provides the capability to generate hundreds of thousands of calls per hour. This service can also automatically detect and deliver messages to telecommunications devices (TTY/TDD). Moreover, MassCall can customize a Caller ID for your organization, making calls appear to come directly from you and increasing the likelihood recipients will answer. INTEGRATION WITH EXISTING VESTA NOTIFICATION PRODUCTS The VESTA Alert solution integrates seamlessly with other Vesta Solutions products including the VESTA Communicator solution, to send and receive messages to phone, email and text devices and our Self -Registration Portal (SRP), where citizens can self -subscribe to alerts ensuring they receive notifications. VESTA ALERT CAN BE DEPLOYED IN ONE OF THREE OPTIONS. 1. As on premise, with VESTA Communicator, where all server hardware is installed at your location. If you choose this option, Vesta Solutions can provide a local or hosted back-up service. 2. As software -as -a -service (SaaS), where all hardware is located in the Vesta Solutions' secure data centers. 3. As a fully dedicated SaaS solution, where all server hardware is dedicated to your account and hosted in the Vesta Solutions' secure data centers. KEY BENEFITS • Fast, accurate notifications • [PAWS capability including sending messages to Wireless Emergency Alerts (WEA), Emergency Alert System (EAS), Non -Weather Emergency Message (NWEM), COG -to - COG • IPAWS Alert areas for VESTA Alert notifications • Weather Alerts displayed on the map; can be used as the basis for a Notification • Hazmat ERG - Notification areas can be defined using a Hazmat ERG tool based on the latest Emergency Response Guide • Self -Registration Portal (SRP) integration - Registrants from the SRP are automatically updated within the VESTA Alert application • MassCall service that provides the capability to generate hundreds of thousands of calls per hour • ArcGIS Server 10.2 —VESTA Alert solution is based on ArcGIS Server and can consume customer -provided ArcGIS Server map services Proposal tc City of Temecula age o MOTOROLA, MOTO, MOTOROLA SOLUTIONS and the. Stylized M Logo are trademarks or registered trademarks of Motorola Trademark Holdings, LLC and are used under Ilcense. All other trademarks are the preperly of their respective owners. ©2018 Motorola Solutions, Inc. All rights reserved. 03-2018 Vesta Solutions, Inc. is a wholly owned subsidiary of Motorola Solutions, Inc. VESTA.is a registered trademark of Vesta Solutions, Inc. ® MOTOROLA SOLUTIONS 3. VESTA COMMUNICATOR The VESTA®Communicator is an industry -renowned critical communications software solution from Vesta Solutions. Available on -premise, hosted or hybrid (combination), it is a web -based application that enables easy and quick delivery of messages to virtually any communications device. The software, accessible using a web browser (via the Internet, LAN or WAN), provides rules -based staff and. group notifications. Only the VESTA Communicator solution possesses the speed and intelligence required to mobilize groups of any size or type. The application easily fills positions based on specified criteria such as skill, certification and availability. It also integrates with third -party tools and databases through a simple yet robust Application Programming Interface (API). With the VESTA Communicator solutionI notifications can be activated directly from the desktop "'°" "„� oALERTU FORK r remotely by phone. Users can p modify contacts, prepare VESTA',A„o„ JWPH � messages and assess results, """FARM " easily managing communications"" from start to finish. WMAIS 0� W; VESTA' AIJERT VA) RIJKLICIP M,%OMPAMW OFF Ilk . , ALIFFRIPA ® "'" MAPPRIN us CAVICRIND VESTA Proposal [o City of Temecula Page 7 MOTOROLA, MOTO, MOTOROLA SOLUTIONS and the Stylized M Logo are trademarks or registered trademarks of Motorola Trademark Holdings, LLC and are used under license. All other trademarks are the property of their respective owners. ©2018 Motorola Solutions, Inc. All rights reserved. 03-2016 Vesta Solutions, Inc. Is a wholly owned subsidiary of Motorola Solutions, Inc. VESTA is a registered trademark of Vesta Solutions, Inc. ® MOTOROLA SOLUTIONS 4. INSTALLATION, SUPPORT AND TRAINING Vesta Solutions provides a variety of resources to assist you in the successful use of your emergency notification solution, to include: INSTALLATION • Assignment of project manager to successfully lead installation and coordination of your solution deployment • Guidance and project coordination/planning to ensure the solution is configured to function correctly within your infrastructure • Premise -based configurations include on -site installation and readiness testing by technicians • Assistance with importing of data and creation of initial notification scenarios SUPPORT • Multi -tier Technical Services Help Desk made up of a team of full-time professionals, dedicated to providing the highest level of technical support • 24/7 telephone support (including Business Hours and After Hours on -call for emergencies) plus Business Hours Email and select Chat Support • Includes software upgrades/updates as released by Vesta Solutions' Quality Assurance team (dependent on deployment option) • Newsletters and information on Vesta Solutions products and services • Technical website available at Support.VESTAPublicSafety.com providing access to manuals, best practices, tips and tricks and more TRAINING Vesta Solutions offers a variety of training options, covering all topics necessary for optimum system performance and meeting any scheduling need. • In-house: In this two -and -a -half -day course held at Vesta Solutions' Brentwood TN location, subject matter experts will guide users on how to can comfortably share ideas and network, exploring best practices for utilizing the technology within their operations. • On -site: Clients can elect to have an experienced member of the training team come to your location, providing flexibility for multiple teams/shifts to take part and accommodating the most demanding of schedules. • Web -based: This option enables you to take part in real-time, instructor -led training specific to your organization and needs. • Computer -based: Through Vesta Solutions' online Learning Management System (LMS), you can view recorded training sessions at your convenience. MOTOROLA, MOTO, MOTOROLA SOLUTIONS and the Stylized M Logo are tmdemarks or registered trademarks of Motorola Trademark Holdings, LLC and are used under license. All other trademarks are the property of their respective owners. ©2078 Motorola Solutions, Inc. All rights reserved. 03-2g18 Vesta Solutions, Inc. Is a wholly owned subsidiary of Motorola SOlutlons, Inc. VESTA,is a registered trademark of Vesta Solutions, Inc. MOTOROLA SOLUTIONS 5. PRICING Solution Offered: Vesta Communicator! and VESTA Alert Hosted Term:1 Year Includes: • List- and map -based notification • Customized Self Registration Portal (VESTA Alert) — US English a. Collection of Cell Phone Numbers, VOIP, Emails b. Automatically Geocodes Registrants • Unlimited emails • Unlimited Calling minutes" • Unlimited SMS messages` • Notification methods: Phone, SMS, Email, Pager • Qualification methods: Phone, Email • Text to Speech — English • Up to 10 concurrent users • MassCall®for additional capacity necessary for mass notification • 24/7/365 technical support, including access to the NSS support portal • One (1) web -based training session • Quarterly Geocoding • Commercial Data Pricing: TERM • 3 Years ANNUAL COST: • Year 1: $273450 • Year 2: $27,450 • Year 3: $273450 Please note that on March 7, 2018 Motorola Solutions, Inc. completed its acquisition of Airbus DS Communications, Inc.'s parent company, Plant Holdings, Inc. That same day, Airbus IDS Communications, Inc. changed its name to Vesta Solutions, Inc. All new contracts and purchase orders should bear the name of Vesta Solutions, Inc. MOTOROLA, MOTO, MOTOROLA SOLUTIONS and Iha Stylized M Logo are trademarks or registered trademarks of Motorola Trademark Holdings, LLC and are used under license, All other trademarks are the property of (heir respective owners. ©2078 Motorola Solutions, Inc. All rights reserved. 03-2016 Vesta Solutions, Inc. is a wholly owned subsidiary of Motorola Solutions, Inc. VESTA.is a registered trademark of Vesta Solutions, Inc. Item No. 7 CITY OF TEMECULA AGENDA REPORT TO: City Manager/City Council FROM: Michael Heslin, Director of Information Technology and Support Services DATE: June 11, 2019 SUBJECT: Approve Agreements with Lucity, Inc. and ESRI for the Purchase and Implementation of Lucity Asset Management and Related Software PREPARED BY: Damion Patrick, Assistant Director of ITSS RECOMMENDATION: That the City Council: 1. Approve an agreement with Lucity, Inc. for the purchase, implementation, and five- year maintenance and support of Lucity Asset Management Software, in an amount not to exceed $362,598; 2. Authorize the City Manager to approve contract change orders of up to 10% of the $190,460 cost for Lucity implementation services, or $19,046; 3. Approve an Enterprise License Agreement with ESRI for GIS Software for $58,000 per year for three years, for a total not to exceed $174,000. BACKGROUND: Consistent with the Appropriation Guidelines for Measure S, adopted by Council at its February 28, 2017 meeting, to ensure the long-term viability of the City's assets, better manage our technology infrastructure, and to prepare for the replacement of those assets, the City will upgrade our Lucity asset management software and the requisite ESRI Geographic Information Systems (GIS) software. The funding for this project was appropriated through the 2018-2019 mid -year budget process. In 2018, the City hired a consultant to guide the City through an evaluation of our existing asset management practices. This project reviewed how we manage assets such as parks, streets, traffic signals, signs, storm drains, catch basins, fleet vehicles, and more. The analysis confirmed that Lucity software, which the City currently utilizes for work orders within our Public Works Department, is a best of breed application that could support the City's asset management needs if it were upgraded and enhanced to include the Asset Management module. It was also determined that the City's GIS would be heavily leveraged by the Lucity System, which would require additional licensing. As a result of these findings, the City has elected to expand the City's GIS capabilities with the purchase of an Enterprise License from ESRI, and to upgrade and enhance the Lucity software to allow for the management of Assets within the system. The licensing and implementation services for both ESRI and Lucity products are sole source, as no other vendor can provide them for the City. The approval of these recommendations authorizes the City to enter into agreements with Lucity, Inc. and ESRI to provide software and services to implement Lucity asset management and related software. FISCAL IMPACT: Adequate funds have been budgeted in the Fiscal Year 2018-2019 Annual Operating Budget. Subsequent years will be subject to budget approval. ATTACHMENTS: 1. Lucity Agreement 2. ESRI Quotation/Agreement l A * �� �""a $ 3 1 4 r E �� � a COMPANY Solutions Agreement This Lucity Solutions Agreement (the "Agreement"), effective as of the latest date shown on the signature block below (the "Effective Date"), is entered into between Lucity, Inc., a Kansas Corporation with its principal place of business in Overland Park, KS ("Lucity") and the City of Temecula ("Customer"), together with Lucity, the "Parties", and each, a "Party". WHEREAS, Lucity licenses and gives access to certain software applications ("Solutions") to its customers and also provides maintenance, support, migration, installation and other professional services; and WHEREAS, Customer desires to license and/or gain access to certain Solutions and receive professional services described herein, and Lucity desires to grant and provide Customer license and access to such offerings as well as to support them with professional services, subject to the terms and conditions set forth in this Agreement. NOW, THEREFORE, in consideration of the mutual covenants, terms, and conditions set forth herein, and for other good and valuable consideration, the receipt and sufficiency of which are hereby acknowledged, by the signatures of their duly authorized representative below, the Parties intending to be legally bound, agree to all of the following provisions and exhibits of this Agreement: 1000 Business Center Dr. 41000 Main St Lake Mary, FL 32746 Temecula, CA 92590 By. w\, y By. Print Name: Print Name: Michael S. Naggar Print Title: �/Lvt Print Title: Mayor Date Signed: I� Date Signed: 1. LucitySolution: Lucity AM 2. Term, 2.1. Initial Term. The Initial Term of this Agreement commences as of the Effective Date and will continue in effect for five (5) years from such date unless terminated earlier pursuant to any of the Agreement's express provisions (the "Initial Term"). 2.2. Renewal Term, This Agreement will automatically renew for up to five (5) additional successive one (1) year terms unless earlier terminated pursuant to any of the Agreement's provisions (a "Renewal Term" and, collectively, with the Initial Term, the "Term"). 2.3. Non -Renewal. Either party may elect to end renewal of the contract by issuing a notice of non -renewal, in writing, to the other party six (6) months prior to the expiration of the current contract term. 3. Fees. In consideration of the rights and services granted by Lucity to Customer under this Agreement, Customer shall make payments to Lucity pursuant to the amounts and payment terms outlined in Exhibit 1 (the "Project Cost Summary"). 4. Definitions. Capitalized terms not otherwise defined in this Agreement have the meanings set forth below: 4.1. "Action" means any claim, action, cause of action, demand, lawsuit, arbitration, inquiry, audit, notice of violation, proceeding, litigation, citation, summons, subpoena, or investigation of any nature, civil, criminal, administrative, regulatory or other, whether at law, in equity, or otherwise. 4.2. "Affiliate" of a Person means any other Person that directly or indirectly, through one or more intermediaries, controls, is controlled by, or is under common control with, such Person. 4.3. "Authorized User" means Customer's employees, consultants, contractors, and agents who are authorized by Customer to access and use the Solutions under the rights granted to Customer pursuant to this Agreement, and for whom access to the Solutions has been purchased. 4.4. "Baseline" means the version of a Lucity Solution updated to the particular time in question through Lucity's warranty services and maintenance, but without any other modification whatsoever. 4.5. "Component System" means any one of the Solutions identified in Exhibit 1, including all copies of Source Code, Object Code and all related specifications, Documentation, technical information, and all corrections, modifications, additions, development work, improvements and enhancements to and all Intellectual Property Rights for such Component System. 4.6. "Customer Data" means information, data, and content, in any form or medium, collected, downloaded, or otherwise received, directly or indirectly from Customer, an Authorized User or end -users by or through the Solutions, provided the data is not personally identifiable by any individual and not identifiable to Customer. 4.7. "Custom Modification" means a change that Lucity has made at Customer's request to any Component System in accordance with a Lucity-generated specification, but without any other changes whatsoever by any Person. 4.8, "Customer Systems" means the Customer's information technology infrastructure, including computers, software, hardware, databases, electronic systems (including database management systems), and networks, whether operated by Customer or through the use of third -party services. 4.9. "Defect" means a material deviation between the Baseline Lucity Solution and its Documentation, for which Defect Customer has given Lucity enough information to enable Lucity to replicate the deviation on a computer configuration that is both comparable to the Customer Systems and that is under Lucity's control. Further, with regard to each Custom Modification, Defect means a material deviation between the Custom Modification and the Lucity-generated specification and documentation for such Custom Modification, and for which Defect Customer has given Lucity enough information to enable Lucity to replicate the deviation on a computer configuration that is both comparable to the Customer Systems and that is under Lucity's control. 4.10. "Documentation" means any manuals, instructions, or other documents or materials that Lucity provides or makes available to Customer in any form or medium and which describe the functionality, components, features, or requirements of the Solutions, including any aspect of the installation, configuration, integration, operation, use, support, or maintenance thereof. 4.11. "Enhancements" means general release (as opposed to custom) changes to a Baseline Component System or Custom Modification which increase the functionality of the Baseline Component System or Custom Modification in question. 4.12. "Harmful Code" means any software, hardware, device or other technology, including any virus, worm, malware, or other malicious computer code, the purpose or effect of which is to (a) permit unauthorized access to, or to destroy, disrupt, disable, distort, or otherwise harm or impede any (i) computer, software, firmware, hardware, system, or network; or (ii) any application or function of any of the foregoing or the security, integrity, confidentiality, or use of any data Processed thereby; or (b) prevent Customer or any Authorized User from accessing or using the Solutions as intended by this Agreement. 4.13. "Intellectual Property Rights" means any and all registered and unregistered rights granted, applied for, or otherwise now or hereafter in existence under or related to any patent, copyright, trademark, trade secret, database protection, or other intellectual property rights laws, and all similar or equivalent rights or forms of protection, in any part of the world. 4.14. "Maintenance" means optimization, error correction, modifications, and updates to Lucity Systems to correct any known Defects and improve performance. Maintenance will be provided for each Component System, the hours and details of which are described in Exhibit 2 ("Support Standards"), 4.15. "New Releases" means new editions of a Baseline Component System or Custom Modification. 4.16. "Person" means an individual, corporation, partnership, joint venture, limited liability entity, governmental authority, unincorporated organization, trust, association, or other entity. 1.17. "Personal Information" means any information that does or can identify a specific individual or by or from which a specific individual may be identified, contacted, or located. Personal Information includes all "nonpublic personal information" as defined under the Gramm -Leach -Bliley Act, "protected health information" as defined under the Health and Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996, "Personal Data" as defined in the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR 2018), "Personal Information" as defined under the Children's Online Privacy Protection Act of 1998, and all rules and regulations issued under any of the foregoing. 4.18. "Professional Services" means installation, implementation, development work, training or consulting services including custom modification programming, support relating to custom modifications, on -site support services, assistance with data transfers, system restarts and reinstallations provided by Lucity. 4.19. "Representatives" means, with respect to a party, that party's employees, officers, directors, agents, subcontractors, and legal advisors. 4.20. "Lucity Personnel" means all individuals involved in the performance of Support Services and Professional Services as employees, agents, authorized subcontractors or independent contractors of Lucity. 4.21. "Lucity Solution(s)" or "Solutions" means the Component Systems, Documentation, Custom Modifications, development work, Lucity Systems and any and all other information, data, documents, materials, works, and other content, devices, methods, processes, hardware, software, technologies and inventions, including any deliverables, technical or functional descriptions, requirements, plans, or reports, provided or used by Lucity or any Subcontractor in connection with Professional Services or Support Services rendered under this Agreement. 4.22. "Lucity Systems" means the information technology infrastructure used by or on behalf of Lucity to deliver Solutions, including all computers, software, hardware, databases, electronic systems (including database management systems), and networks, whether operated directly by Lucity or through the use of third -party services. 4.23. "Support Services" means Maintenance, Enhancements, implementation of New Releases, and general support efforts to respond to incidents reported by Customer in accordance with the detailed Support Standards outlined in Exhibit 2. 4.24. "Third -Party Materials" means materials and information, in any form or medium, including any software, documents, data, content, specifications, products, related services, equipment, or components of or relating to the Solutions that are not proprietary to Lucity. 5. License, Access &Services. 5.1. License Grant. Subject to and conditioned on the payment of Fees and compliance with all other terms and conons of this Agreement, Lucity hereby grants to Customer a perpetual, non-exclusive, non- sublicenseable, and non -transferable license to the current version of the Lucity Solution(s) outlined in Exhibit 1 at the time of this Agreement's execution. 5.2. Access and Scope of Use. Subject to and conditioned on Customer and their Authorized Users' compliance with the terms and conditions of this Agreement, Lucity hereby grants Customer a non- exclusive, non -transferable right to access and use the Solutions, solely by Authorized Users. Such use is limited to Customer's internal use. Lucity shall deliver to Customer the initial copies of the Lucity Solution(s) outlined in Exhibit 1 by (a) electronic delivery, by posting it on Lucity's network for downloading, or similar suitable electronic file transfer method, or (b) physical shipment, such as on a disc or other suitable media transfer method. Physical shipment is on FOB-Lucity's shipping point, and electronic delivery is deemed effective at the time Lucity provides Customer with access to download the Solutions. The date of such delivery shall be referred to as the "Delivery Date." 5.3. Documentation License. Lucity hereby grants to Customer a non-exclusive, non-sublicenseable, non- transferable license to use the Documentation during the Term solely for Customer's internal business purposes in connection with its use of the Solutions. 5.4. Service and System Control. Except as otherwise expressly provided in this Agreement: 5.4.1. Lucity has and will retain sole control over the operation, provision, maintenance, and management of the Solutions; and 5.4.2. Customer has and will retain sole control over the operation, maintenance, and management of, and all access to and use of, the Customer Systems, and sole responsibility for access to and use of the Solutions by any Person by or through the Customer Systems or other means controlled by Customer or any Authorized User, including any reports or results obtained from any use of the Solutions, and conclusions, decisions, or actions based on such use. 5.5. Limitations. Customer must provide Lucity with such facilities, equipment and support as are reasonably necessary for Lucity to perform its obligations under this Agreement, including, if required by Lucity, remote access to the Customer Systems, Lucity is not responsible or liable for any delay or failure of performance caused in whole or in part by any Customer delay or Customer's failure to perform any obligations under this Agreement, 5.6, Exceptions. Lucity has no obligation to provide Support Services relating to any Defect with the Solutions that, in whole or in part, arise out of or result from any of the following: 5.6.1, software, or media on which provided, that is moed or damaged by Customer or third party; 5.6.2. any operation or use of, or other activity relating to, the Solutions other than as specified in the Documentation, including any incorporation, or combination, operation or use of the Solutions in or with, any technology (software, hardware, firmware, system, or network) or service not specified for Customer's use in the Documentation; 5.6.3. any negligence, abuse, misapplication, or misuse of the Lucity Solution other than by Lucity personnel, including any Customer use of the Lucity Solution other than as specified in the Documentation or expressly authorized in writing by Lucity; 5.6.4. any Customer's failure to promptly install any New Releases that Lucity has previously made available to Customer; 5.6.5. the operation of, or access to, Customer's or a third party's system, materials or network; 5,6.6, any relocation of the Lucity Solution other than by Lucity personnel or customer personnel working in conjunction with Lucity personnel; any beta software, software that Lucity makes available for testing or demonstration purposes, temporary software modules, or software for which Lucity does not receive a fee; 5.6.7. any breach of or noncompliance with any provision of this Agreement by Customer or any of its Representatives or any Force Majeure Event (including abnormal physical or electrical stress). 5.7. Reservation of Rights. Except for the specified rights outlined in this Section, nothing in this Agreement grants any right, title, or interest in or to any Intellectual Property Rights in or relating to the Support Services, Professional Services, Solutions, or Third -Party Materials, whether expressly, by implication, estoppel, or otherwise. All right, title, and interest in the Solutions, and the Third -Party Materials are and will remain with Lucity and the respective rights holders. 5.8. Changes. Lucity reserves the right, in its sole discretion, to make any changes to the Support Services and Solutions that it deems necessary or useful to: (a) maintain or enhance the quality or delivery of Lucity's services to its customers, the competitive strength of or market for Lucity's services, or the Support Services' cost efficiency or performance; or (b) to comply with applicable law. Without limiting the foregoing, either party may, at any time during the Term, request in writing changes to particular Support Services, Professional Services or their product suite of Solutions. The parties shall evaluate and, if agreed, implement all such requested changes. No requested changes will be effective unless and until memorialized in either a Lucity issued Add -On Quote signed by the Customer, or a written change order or amendment to this Agreement signed by both parties. 5.9. Subcontractors. Lucity may from time to time in its discretion engage third parties to perform Professional Services or Support Services (each, a "Subcontractor"), following not less than ten (10) business days' prior, written notice to Customer. Any authorized subcontractor shall be subject to the same indemnity and insurance requirements as are imposed on Lucity in Section 15, herein. 5.10. Security Measures. The Lucity Solution may contain technological measures designed to prevent unauthorized or illegal use of the Lucity Solution. Customer acknowledges and agrees that: (a) Lucity may use these and other lawful measures to verify compliance with the terms of this Agreement and enforce Lucity's rights, including all Intellectual Property Rights, in and to the Lucity Solution; (b) Lucity may deny any individual access to and/or use of the Lucity Solution if Lucity, in its reasonable discretion, believes that person's use of the Lucity Solution would violate any provision of this Agreement, regardless of whether Customer designated that person as an Authorized User; and (c) Lucity may collect, maintain, process, use and disclose technical, diagnostic and related non -identifiable data gathered periodically which may lead to improvements in the performance and security of the Solutions. 6. Use Restrictions. Customer shall not, and shall not permit any other Person to, access or use the Solutions except as expressly permitted by this Agreement. For purposes of clarity and without limiting the generality of the foregoing, Customer shall not, except as this Agreement expressly permits: 6.1. copy, modify, or create derivative works or improvements of the Solutions, or rent, lease, lend, sell, sublicense, assign, distribute, publish, transfer, or otherwise make available any Solutions to any Person, including on or in connection with the internet or any time-sharing, service bureau, software as a service, cloud, or other technology or service; 6.2m reverse engineer, disassemble, decompile, decode, adapt, or otherwise attempt to derive or gain access to the source code of the Solutions, in whole or in part; 6.3. bypass or breach any security device or protection used by Solutions or access or use the Solutions other than by an Authorized User through the use of his or her own then valid access; 6A. input, upload, transmit, or otherwise provide to or through the Lucity Systems, any information or materials that are unlawful or injurious, or contain, transmit, or activate any Harmful Code; 6.5. damage, destroy, disrupt, disable, impair, interfere with, or otherwise impede or harm in any manner the Lucity Systems, or Lucity's provision of services to any third party, in whole or in part; 6.6. remove, delete, alter, or obscure any trademarks, Specifications, Documentation, warranties, or disclaimers, or any copyright, trademark, patent, or other intellectual property or proprietary rights notices from any Documentation or Solutions, including any copy thereof; 6.7. access or use the Solutions in any manner or for any purpose that infringes, misappropriates, or otherwise violates any Intellectual Property Right or other right of any third party, or that violates any applicable law; 6.8a access or use the Solutions for purposes of competitive analysis of the Solutions, the development, provision, or use of a competing software service or product or any other purpose that is to Lucity's detriment or commercial disadvantage or otherwise access or use the Solutions beyond the scope of the authorization granted under this Section. 7. Customer Obligations. 7.1. Customer Systems and Cooperation. Customer shall at all times during the Term: (a) set up, maintain, and operate in good repair all Customer Systems on or through which the Solutions are accessed or used; (b) provide Lucity Personnel with such access to Customer's premises and Customer Systems as is necessary for Lucity to perform the Support Services in accordance with the Support Standards and Specifications; and (c) provide all cooperation as Lucity may reasonably request to enable Lucity to exercise its rights and perform its obligations under and in connection with this Agreement. 7.2. Effect of Customer Failure or Delay. Lucity is not responsible or liable for any delay or failure of performance caused in whole or in part by Customer's delay in performing, or failure to perform, any of its obligations under this Agreement. 7.3. Corrective Action and Notice. If Customer becomes aware of any actual or threatened activity prohibited by Section 6, Customer shall, and shall cause its Authorized Users to, immediately: (a) take all reasonable and lawful measures within their respective control that are necessary to stop the activity or threatened activity and to mitigate its effects (including, where applicable, by discontinuing and preventing any unauthorized access to the Solutions and permanently erasing from their systems and destroying any data to which any of them gained unauthorized access); and (b) notify Lucity of any such actual or threatened activity. 8. Professional Services, 8.1. Compliance with Customer Policies. While Lucity Personnel are performing services at Customer's site, Lucity will ensure that such personnel comply with Customer's reasonable security procedures and site policies that are generally applicable to Customer's other suppliers providing similar services and that have been provided to Lucity in writing or in advance. These policies include indemnification of Customer and provision of insurance as set forth in Section 15. Except for such indemnity and insurance, Customer shall promptly reimburse Lucity for any out-of-pocket costs incurred in complying with such procedures and policies, 8.2. Contributed Material. In the process of Lucity's performing Professional Services, Customer may, from time to time, provide Lucity with designs, plans, or specifications, improvements, works or other material for inclusion in, or making modifications to, the Solutions, the Documentation or any other deliverables ("Contributed Material"), Customer grants to Lucity a nonexclusive, irrevocable, perpetual, transferable right, without the payment of any royalties or other compensation of any kind and without the right of attribution, for Lucity, Lucity's Affiliates and Lucity Is licensees to make, use, sell and create derivative works of the Contributed Material. 9. Confidentiality. 9.1. Confidential Information. "Confidential Information" means information in any form or medium (whether oral, written, electronic, or other) that the Disclosing Party considers confidential or proprietary, including information consisting of or relating to the Disclosing Party's technology, trade secrets, know-how, business operations, plans, strategies, customers, and pricing, and information with respect to which the Disclosing Party has contractual or other confidentiality obligations. Without limiting the foregoing, Confidential Information of Lucity includes the Solutions, all software provided with the Solutions, and algorithms, methods, techniques and processes revealed by the Source Code of the Solutions and any software provided with the Solutions. Confidential Information also includes all Customer Data and any and all other data and information which Customer has made available to or accessible by Lucity, in connection with this Agreement. In connection with this Agreement each party (as the "Disclosing Party") may disclose or make available Confidential Information to the other party (as the "Receiving Party"). 9.2. Exclusions. Confidential Information does not include information that: (a) was rightfully known to the Receiving Party without restriction on use or disclosure prior to being disclosed or made available to the Receiving Party in connection with this Agreement; (b) was or becomes generally known by the public other than by the Receiving Party or any of its Representatives' noncompliance with this Agreement; (c) was or is received by the Receiving Party on a non -confidential basis from a third party that was or is independently developed by the Receiving Party without reference or use of any Confidential Information. 9.3. Protection of Confidential Information. As a condition to being provided with any disclosure of or access to Confidential Information, the Receiving Party shall: 9.3.1. not access or use Confidential Information other than as necessary to exercise its rights or perform its obligations under and in accordance with this Agreement; 9.3.2. not disclose or permit access to Confidential Information other than to its Representatives who: (i) need to know such Confidential Information for purposes of the Receiving Party's exercise of its rights or performance of its obligations under and in accordance with this Agreement; (ii) have been informed of the confidential nature of the Confidential Information and the Receiving Party's obligations under this Section; and (iii) are bound by written confidentiality or restricted use obligations at least as protective of the Confidential Information as the terms in this Section; 9.3.3, safeguard the Confidential Information from unauthorized use, access, or disclosure using at least the degree of care it uses to protect its sensitive information and in no event less than a reasonable degree of care; 9.3.4. ensure its Representatives' compliance with, and be responsible and liable for any of its Representatives' non-compliance with, the terms of this Section. 9.4. Compelled Disclosures. If the either Party or any of its Representatives is compelled by applicable law including the California Public Records Act, subpoena, or court order, to disclose any Confidential Information then, to the extent permitted by law, that Party shall: (a) promptly, and prior to such disclosure, notify the other Party in writing of such requirement so that they can seek a protective order or other remedy or waive its rights under this section; and (b) provide reasonable assistance to the Disclosing Party in opposing such disclosure or seeking a protective order or other limitations on disclosure. Nothing herein shall obligate Customer to incur any cost or expense in providing reasonable assistance. If the Disclosing Party waives compliance or, after providing the notice and assistance required under this Section, the Receiving Party remains required by law to disclose any Confidential Information, the Receiving Party shall disclose only that portion of the Confidential Information that the Receiving Party is legally required to disclose. 9.5. Trade Secrets. Notwithstanding any other provisions of this Agreement, the Receiving Party's obligations under this Section with respect to any Confidential Information that constitutes a trade secret under any applicable law will continue until such time, if ever, as such Confidential Information ceases to qualify for trade secret protection under one or more such applicable laws other than as a result of any act or omission of the Receiving Party or any of its Representatives. N otwithstand i ng the foregoing, Customer's obligations with respect to Confidential Information Lucity claims constitutes trade secrets, shall be as set forth in Section 9.4. 10. Security. 10.1. Customer shalt maintain, in connection with the operation or use of the Solutions, adequate technical and procedural access controls and system security requirements and devices, necessary for data privacy, confidentiality, integrity, authorization, authentication and non -repudiation and virus detection and eradication. 10.2. To the extent that Authorized Users, other than Customer's employees, are permitted to have access to the Solutions, Customer shall maintain agreements with such Authorized Users that adequately protect the confidentiality and Intellectual Property Rights of Lucity in the Solutions and Documentation, and disclaim any liability or responsibility of Lucity with respect to such Authorized Users. I. Personal Data, If Lucity processes or otherwise has access to any personal data or personal information on Customer's behalf when performing Lucity's obligations under this Agreement, then: 11.1. Customer shall be the data controller (where "data controller" means an entity which alone or jointly with others determines purposes for which and the manner in which any personal data are, or are to be, processed) and Lucity shall be a data processor (where "data processor" means an entity which processes the data only on behalf of the data controller and not for any purposes of its own); 11.2. Customer shall ensure that it has obtained all necessary consents and it is entitled to transfer the relevant personal data or personal information to Lucity so that Lucity may lawfully use, process and transfer the personal data and personal information in accordance with this Agreement solely on Customer's behalf, which may include Lucity processing and transferring the relevant personal data or personal information outside the country where Customer and the Authorized Users are located in order for Lucity to provide the Solutions and perform its other obligations under this Agreement; and 11.3. Lucity shall process personal data and information only in accordance with lawful and reasonable instructions given by Customer, in accordance with any and all applicable privacy and data security laws and regulations, and as set out in and in accordance with the terms of this Agreement. Only those employees of Lucity, and those authorized subcontractors who have executed agreements that adequately protect the confidentiality of personal data and information made accessible by Customer ("PII"), who have a need to access to such PII in order to provide the services to Customer required by this Agreement, are authorized to access the same, and only for such purpose; and 11.4. each party shall take appropriate technical and organizational measures against unauthorized or unlawful processing of the personal data and personal information or its accidental loss, destruction or damage so that, having regard to the state of technological development and the cost of implementing any measures, the measures taken ensure a level of security appropriate to the harm that might result from such unauthorized or unlawful processing or accidental loss, destruction or damage in relation to the personal data and personal information and the nature of the personal data and personal information being protected. If necessary, the parties will cooperate to document these measures taken. 11.5. Lucity shall indemnify, defend and hold Customer, its elected officials, officers, employees and agents, harmless with respect to any and all claims and liabilities arising out of any misuse or theft of, or unauthorized access to, any PII, which arises out of or in connection with a breach of Section 11.3, or the negligence or willful misconduct of any Lucity employee, contractor or agent, or third party, but in any event only to the proportionate extent that Lucity is negligent. Lucity's liability under this Section 11.5 shall be limited to the limits of Lucity's cyber liability policy. 12. Representations and Warranties. 12.1. Software Warranty. Lucity warrants to Customer that for a period of twelve (12) months from the Effective Date, the Solutions (as delivered to Customer by Lucity and when properly used for the purpose and in the manner specifically authorized by this Agreement), will perform as described in the Documentation in all material respects, including being free from any viruses or Harmful Code. 12.2. Professional Services Representation and Warranty. Lucity represents, warrants, and covenants to Customer that during the Term, Lucity will perform Professional Services using personnel of required skill, experience, and qualifications and in a professional and workmanlike manner in accordance with generally recognized industry standards for similar services and will devote adequate resources to meet its obligations under this Agreement. If Customer reasonably believes that any Professional Services were performed in violation of this warranty, it will notify Lucity within twenty (20) days of service performance describing the issue, together with adequate supporting documentation and data. Upon receipt of such notice, Lucity's obligation will be to re -perform the particular Professional Services affected as soon as commercially reasonable at no additional charge. 12.3. Support Services Representation and Warranty. Lucity represents, warrants, and covenants to Customer that during the Term, Lucity will perform the Support Services using personnel of required skill, experience, and qualifications and in a professional and workmanlike manner in accordance with both generally recognized industry standards for similar services, and the specific guidance for support found in Exhibit 2, and will devote adequate resources to meet its obligations under this Agreement. If Customer reasonably believes that any Support Services failed to meet this warranty, they will follow their preferred escalation path outlined in the Support Standards below, including receipt of service credit. 12.4. DISCLAIMER OF WARRANTIES, EXCEPT FOR THE EXPRESS LIMITED WARRANTIES SET FORTH ABOVE, LUCITY MAKES NO WARRANTIES WHATSOEVER, EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED, WITH REGARD TO THE SOLUTIONS, PROFESSIONAL SERVICES, SUPPORT SERVICES, AND/OR ANY OTHER MATTER RELATING TO THIS AGREEMENT, AND THAT LUCITY DISCLAIMS ALL WARRANTIES, WHETHER EXPRESS, IMPLIED, STATUTORY, OR OTHER, INCLUDING ALL WARRANTIES ARISING FROM COURSE OF DEALING, USAGE OR TRADE PRACTICE, AND SPECIFICALLY DISCLAIMS IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY, AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, TITLE, FURTHER, LUCITY EXPRESSLY DOES NOT WARRANT THAT A LUCITY SOLUTION, ANY CUSTOM MODIFICATION OR ANY IMPROVEMENTS WILL BE USABLE BY CUSTOMER IF THE LUCITY SOLUTION OR CUSTOM MODIFICATION HAS BEEN MODIFIED BY ANYONE OTHER THAN LUCITY PERSONNEL, OR WILL BE ERROR FREE, WILL OPERATE WITHOUT INTERRUPTION OR WILL BE COMPATIBLE WITH ANY HARDWARE OR SOFTWARE TO THE EXTENT EXPRESSLY SET FORTH IN THE DOCUMENTATION. ALL THIRD -PARTY MATERIALS ARE PROVIDED "AS -IS" AND ANY REPRESENTATION OR WARANTY OF OR CONCERNING ANY OF THEM IS STRICTLY BETWEEN CUSTOMER AND THE THIRD -PARTY OWNER. THIS AGREEMENT DOES NOT AMEND, OR MODIFY LUCITY'S WARRANTIES UNDER ANY AGREEMENT OR ANY CONDITIONS, LIMITATIONS, OR RESTRICTIONS THEREOF. 13. Notices. All notices and other communications required or permitted under this Agreement must be in writing and will be deemed given when delivered personally, sent by United States registered or certified mail, return receipt requested; transmitted by facsimile or email confirmed by United States first class mail, or sent by overnight courier. Notices must be sent to a Party at its address shown below, or to such other place as the Party may subsequently designate for its receipt of notices in writing by the other Party. If to Lucity: Lucity 1000 Business Center Dr. Lake Mary, FL. Phone: 407=304=3235 email: contracts@centralsquare.com Attention: Senior Counsel / Contracts Department If to Customer: 14. Force Majeure. Attn: City Manager 41000 Main St. Temecula, CA 92590 Phone: 961.694.6444 Attention: City Manager email: av@temeculaca.gov 14.1. No Breach or Default. Neither Party will be liable to the other for any failure or delay in fulfilling or performing any term of this Agreement when and to the extent such failure or delay is caused by any circumstances beyond such Party's reasonable control (a "Force Majeure Event"), including Acts of God, flood, fire, earthquake, explosion, war, terrorism, invasion, national or regional emergency, riot or other civil -unrest, labor disruption, acts and omissions of third parties, governmental and judicial action (including embargoes, export or import restrictions) not the fault of the Party failing or delaying in performance. 14.2. Affected Party Obligations. In the event of any failure or delay caused by a Force Majeure Event, the affected Party shall give prompt written notice to the other Party stating the period of time the occurrence is expected to continue and use commercially reasonable efforts to end the failure or delay and minimize the effects of such Force Majeure Event. 15. Mutual Indemnification; Insurance. 15.1. Lucity Indemnification for Infringement. Lucity shall indemnify, defend, and hold harmless Customer and Customer's officers, elected officials, directors, employees, agents, successors, and assigns from and against any and all losses incurred by or resulting from any Action by a third party (other than an Affiliate of Customer) that Customer's use of the Solutions in accordance with this Agreement infringes or misappropriates such third party's US Intellectual Property Rights, US patents, copyrights, or trade secrets. If Customer is prevented by such Action from using any of the paid for Solutions, Lucity shall, at its expense, either procure the right for Customer to continue use of the Solutions, provide a non -infringing alternative acceptable to Customer, or provide a full refund of all fees paid for the current year of the Term. The foregoing obligation does not apply to the extent that the alleged infringement arises from: 15.1.1. Third -Party Materials or Customer Data; 15.1.2. access to or use of the Solutions in combination with any hardware, system, software, network, or other materials or service not provided by Lucity or specified for Customer's use in the Documentation (not including Customer's operating system software, or any equipment or firmware in use by Customer as of the Effective Date, or otherwise made known to Lucity prior to such Action); 15,1.3. modification of the Solutions other than: by or on behalf of Lucity or with Lucity's written approval in accordance with Lucity's written specification; 15.1.4, failure to timely implement any modifications, upgrades, replacements, or enhancements made available to Customer by or on behalf of Lucity; or act, omission, or other matter described in Section 15.2 below, whether or not the same results in any Action against or losses by any Lucity Indemnitee, Sole Remedy. THIS SECTION 15.1 SETS FORTH CUSTOMER'S SOLE REMEDIES AND LUCITY'S SOLE LIABILITY AND OBLIGATION FOR ANY ACTUAL, THREATENED, OR ALLEGED CLAIMS THAT THE SERVICES AND SOLUTIONS OR ANY SUBJECT MATTER OF THIS AGREEMENT INFRINGES, MISAPPROPRIATES, OR OTHERWISE VIOLATES ANY INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS OF ANY THIRD PARTY. 15,2 Lucity indemnification for personal iniuN death and property damage. Lucity will be performing professional services on Customer's premises. Customer requires all contractors performing services on its premises to indemnify the City and provide corresponding insurance Therefore to the maximum extent permitted by law, Lucity shall indemnify, defend (including payment of reasonable attorneys fees and costs) and hold the Customer, its elected officials officers employees and agents harmless with respect to any third party claims liabilities and losses for death of or iniury to any person, and/or damage to property, arising out of or related to the performance of this Agreement by Lucity, its employees, subcontractors, and/or agents, but in any event only to the proportionate extent caused by Lucitv. Lucity shall have no obligation for claims and liabilities pursuant to this Section to the extent the same arise out of Customer's negligence. At all times while performing professional services including services on Customers premises pursuant to this Agreement Lucity shall have and maintain commercial general, automobile, cyber, and workers compensation liability insurance as more fully described in Exhibit 4 hereto, 15.3 Procedure. Each party shall promptly notify the other party in writing of any Action for which such party believes it is entitled to be indemnified. The party seeking indemnification shall cooperate with the other party at the indemnifying party's sole cost and expense. The indemnitor shall promptly assume control of the defense and shall employ counsel of its choice that is reasonably acceptable to the indemniee to handle and defend the same. 16. T®rmination. This Agreement may be terminated: 16.1. For cause by either Party, effective on written notice to the other Party, if the other Party materially breaches this Agreement and: (i) is incapable of cure; or (ii) being capable of cure, remains uncured thirty (30) days after the non -breaching Party provides the breaching Party with written notice of such breach. 16.2. For lack of payment by written notice to Customer, if Customer's failure to pay amounts due under this Agreement has continued more than ninety (90) days after delivery of written notice of non-payment. 16.3. Budgetary Appropriations. Lucity acknowledges that continued performance and funding is dependent upon amounts being budgeted, appropriated, or otherwise legally available to the Customer in the future. Customer represents and warrants to Lucity that it has appropriated sufficient funds due to Lucity under this Agreement and hereby certifies that it will make appropriate requests for budget appropriations to meet continued obligations herein in subsequent fiscal years. If a funding or budgetary issue arises, Customer agrees to notify Lucity as soon as commercially reasonable. If Lucity and Customer cannot resolve the funding issue within sixty (60) days, the Agreement will terminate, with Customer to pay Lucity any amounts owed for goods and services provided prior to termination of the Agreement 17. Effect of Termination or Expiration. On the expiration or earlier termination of this Agreement: 17.1, all rights, licenses, and authorizations granted to Customer hereunder will immediately terminate and Customer shall immediately cease all use of and other activities with respect to Lucity's Confidential Information relating to the Solutions, and within thirty (30) days deliver to Lucity, or at Lucity's request destroy and erase Lucity's Confidential Information from all systems Customer directly or indirectly controls; and 17.2. all licenses, access or subscription fees, services rendered but unpaid, and any amounts due by Customer to Lucity of any kind are immediately payable and due no later than thirty (30) days after the effective date of the termination or expiration, including anything that accrues within those thirty days. 17.3. The provisions set forth in the following sections, and any other right or obligation of the parties in this Agreement that, by its nature (including but not limited to: Use Restrictions; Confidential Information, Warranty Disclaimers, Mutual Indemnifications & Limitations of Liability), should survive termination or expiration of this Agreement, will survive any expiration or termination of this Agreement. 17.4. Return of Customer Data. If Customer requests in writing at least 10 days prior to the effective date of expiration or earlier termination of this Agreement, Lucity shall within 60 days following such expiration or termination, deliver to Customer in Lucity's standard format the then most recent version of Customer Data maintained by Lucity, provided that Customer has at that time paid all Fees then outstanding and any amounts payable after or as a result of such expiration or termination. Alternatively or in addition to the foregoing, at Customer's request, Lucity shall permanently destroy, provide a written certification that Lucity no longer actually or constructively possesses, any Customer Data or PII. 17.5. Deconversion. In the event of (i) expiration or earlier termination of this Agreement, or (ii) Customer no longer purchasing certain Solutions (including those indicated to be Third -Party Materials), if Customer requests assistance in the transfer of Customer Data to a different vendor's applications ("Deconversion"), Lucity will provide reasonable assistance. Lucity and Customer will negotiate in good faith to establish the relative roles and responsibilities of Lucity and Customer in effecting Deconversion, as well as the appropriate date for completion. Unless termination is for breach by Lucity, Lucity shall be entitled to receive compensation for any additional consultation, software and documentation required for Deconversion on a time and materials basis at Lucity's then standard rates. 18. AssignmentNeither party shall assign or otherwise transfer any of its rights, or delegate or otherwise transfer any of its obligations or performance, under this Agreement, in each case whether voluntarily, involuntarily, by operation of law, or otherwise, without the other's prior written consent, which consent the other party may give or withhold in its sole discretion. For purposes of the preceding sentence, and without limiting its generality, any merger, consolidation, or reorganization involving the other party (regardless of whetherthe party is a surviving or disappearing entity) will be deemed to be a transfer of rights, obligations, or performance under this Agreement for which the other parry's prior written consent is required. No delegation or other transfer will relieve either party of any of its obligations or performance under this Agreement. Any purported assignment, delegation or transfer in violation of this Section is void. This Agreement is binding upon and inures to the benefit of the Parties and their respective permitted successors and assigns. 19. No Waiver. A Party's failure to enforce its rights with respect to any single or continuing breach of this Agreement will not act as a waiver of the right of that Party to later enforce any such rights or to enforce any other or any subsequent breach. 20. Arbitration of Disputes. Any dispute, controversy or claim arising out of or relating to this Agreement, including the breach, termination, or validity thereof, shall be resolved by final and binding arbitration. 20.1. Arbitration Procedure. The claimant shall commence the arbitration by delivering a notice of arbitration to the respondent setting out the nature of the claim(s), the relief requested, and the proposed location. Within thirty (30) days of the receipt of the notice, the respondent shall deliver its answer any counterclaim(s), relief requested, and any proposed change to location. The tribunal shall consist of three (3) arbitrators, appointed as follows: The claimant shall appoint an arbitrator in the request for arbitration and the respondent shall appoint an arbitrator in the answer. The two arbitrators so appointed shall, within thirty (30) days of delivery of the answer, appoint a third arbitrator who shall act as the chair of the tribunal. The tribunal shall decide the procedures in the arbitration after consultation with the parties. The tribunal may make its decisions by a majority. The tribunal shall have the power to grant any provisional or final remedy or relief it deems appropriate, including conservatory measures and an award of attorneys' fees. The parties agree that judgment may be entered upon the award by any court having jurisdiction. 21. Jurisdiction and Governing Law. This Agreement and any dispute or claim arising, directly or indirectly, out of or in connection with it or its subject matter or formation (including non -contractual disputes or claims) is governed by, and shall be construed and enforced in accordance with, the laws of the State of California excluding choice of law. Each party irrevocably (i) agrees that the County of Riverside, California, or the United States District for the Central District of California, shall have exclusive jurisdiction to settle any dispute, controversy or claim arising, directly or indirectly, out of or in connection with this Agreement, or the breach, termination or validity thereof (including non -contractual disputes or claims) and that such court shall be the proper venue therefor; and (ii) agrees that the prevailing party shall be entitled to recover its reasonable attorney's fees, court costs and other legal expenses from the other party. 22. Severability. If any provision of this Agreement is illegal or unenforceable, it will be deemed stricken from the Agreement and the remaining provisions of the Agreement will remain in full force and effect. 23. LIMITATIONS OF LIABILITY. 23.1. LIMITED LIABILITY OF LUCITY. LUCITY'S LIABILITY IN CONNECTION WITH THE SERVICES, IMPROVEMENTS OR ANY OTHER MATTER RELATING TO THIS AGREEMENT WILL NOT EXCEED THE FEES COLLECTED IN CONNECTION WITH THIS AGREEMENT FOR THE PREVIOUS TWENTY FOUR (24) WHEN THE RELEVANT ACTIONS LEADING TO SUCH LIABILITY AROSE. IN ANY EVENT, LUCITY SHALL NOT BE LIABLE FOR ANY LOSSES RESULTING FROM THE CRIMINAL ACTS OF THIRD PARTIES. 23.2. EXCLUSION OF DAMAGES. REGARDLESS OF WHETHER ANY REMEDY SET FORTH HEREIN FAILS OF ITS ESSENTIAL PURPOSE OR OTHERWISE, IN NO EVENT WILL LUCITY, LUCITY PERSONNEL, SUBCONTRACTORS OR SUPPLIERS BE LIABLE UNDER OR IN CONNECTION WITH THIS AGREEMENT FOR ANY (1) LOSS OF DATA, BUSINESS, REVENUE, PROFIT, GOODWILL, OR REPUTATION, (II) BUSINESS INTERRUPTION, INCREASED COSTS, OR DIMINUTION IN VALUE, OR SPECIAL, INCIDENTAL, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES, WHETHER BASED ON BREACH OF CONTRACT, TORT (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE), STRICT LIABILITY, OR OTHERWISE; AND WHETHER OR NOT LUCITY, LUCITY PERSONNEL, SUBCONTRACTORS OR SUPPLIERS HAVE BEEN ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH LOSSES OR DAMAGES OR SUCH LOSSES OR DAMAGES WERE OTHERWISE FORESEEABLE. 23.3. BASIS OF THE BARGAIN, CUSTOMER ACKNOWLEDGES THAT LUCITY HAS SET ITS FEES AND ENTERED INTO THIS AGREEMENT IN RELIANCE UPON THE LIMITATIONS OF LIABILITY AND THE DISCLAIMERS OF WARRANTIES AND DAMAGES SET FORTH IN THIS AGREEMENT, AND THAT THE SAME FORM AN ESSENTIAL BASIS OF THE BARGAIN BETWEEN THE PARTIES. 24. Third -Party Materials. Customer is hereby advised that Lucity provides front-line support services for third parties, but these third parties assumes all responsibility for and liability in connection with the Third -Party Materials. Lucity is not authorized to make any representations or warranties that are binding upon the third party or to engage in any other acts that are binding upon the third party, excepting specifically that Lucity is authorized to represent the fees for the Third -Party Materials as the same is provided for in the Agreement and to accept payment of such amounts from Customer on behalf of the third party for as long as such third party authorizes Lucity to do so. As a condition precedent to installing or accessing any Third -Party Materials, Customer may be required to execute a click -through, shrink-wrap EULA or similar agreement provided by the Third -Party Materials provider provided, however, City may terminate this Agreement, as provided herein, in the event if does not agree to the terms of any such EULA. 25, Entire Agreement; Amendment and Modification. This Agreement, together with all Exhibits, each of which is Incorporated by reference herein, contains the entire understanding of the parties with respect to its subject matter, and supersedes and extinguishes all prior oral and written communications between the parties about its subject matter. Any purchase order, agreement, or other ordering document issued by Customer at any time for any reason, will not modify or affect this Agreement nor have any other legal effect notwithstanding the inclusion of any additional or different terms or conditions in any such ordering document and shall serve only the purpose of identifying the products or services ordered. No modification of this Agreement will be effective unless it is in writing, is signed by each Party, and expressly provides that it amends this Agreement. Notwithstanding any language to the contrary herein, numbered Add -On Quotes on Lucity letterhead issued by authorized Lucity representatives and signed by Customer shall constitute an amendment to this Agreement. The provisions of this document shall govern over any conflicting provisions contained in any Exhibit or other document incorporated herein. M. No Third -Party Beneficiaries. This Agreement is for the sole benefit of the Parties and their respective successors and permitted assigns and nothing herein, express or implied, is intended to or shall confer on any other person any legal or equitable right, benefit, or remedy of any nature under or by reason of this Agreement. 27. Counterparts, This Agreement may be executed in counterparts, each of which is deemed an original, but all of which together are deemed to be one and the same agreement. A signed copy of this Agreement delivered by facsimile, e-mail, or other means of electronic transmission is deemed to have the same legal effect as delivery of an original signed copy of this Agreement. 28. Cooperative Purchases. This Contract may be used by other government agencies. Luciry has agreed to offer similar services to other agencies under the same terms and conditions as stated herein except that the compensation may be negotiated between Lucity and other agencies based on the specific revenue expectations, agency reimbursed costs, and other agency requirements. The Customer will in no way whatsoever incur any liability in relation to specifications, delivery, payment, or any other aspect of purchases by such agencies. 29. Incorporated Exhibits to this Agreement: Exhibit 1 — Schedule of Costs and Invoicing Exhibit 2 - Maintenance & Support Standards Exhibit 3 — Travel Guidelines Exhibit 4 — Insurance Requirements Exhibit 5 — Scope of Services Exhibit 6 — Schedule of Software A CENTRAL All COMPANY EXHIBIT 1 Schedule of Costs and Invoicing The following table summarizes costs and invoicing for the software licenses and services to be provided by Lucity to the Customer for the Project. Note: Pricing for Professional Services is a good fa(th estimate based on the information available to Lucity at the time of execution of this Agreement. The total amount that Customer may pay for these services can vary based on the actual number of hours required to complete the services. If required, additional services will be provided on a time and materials basis at hourly rates equal to Luc(ty's then -current list price rates for the services at issue. A x lop �W ENTRAU e i y „' k 1 p Basset gment R:oie COMPANY Payment Milestones The costs for implementation services will be invoiced upon the completion of all tasks within the milestones listed in the tables below. Custom report writing and miscelaneous data loading will be scoped and invoiced when requested by the City. The City's has thirty (30) days from the go -live date to notify Lucity of any outstanding items within the scope of that phase. Absent that notification, acceptance is thirty (30) days after go -live. Phase 1 r e�ol Milestone #It Upon Completion of Kickoff Meeting Project Management Initiation $15,900.00 Installation IT & GIS Audits Kickoff Meeting Milestone #2: Upon Completion of last Functional Group Onsite Meeting Discovery $22,800.00 Functional Groups GIS Integration Milestone #3: Upon Completion of IMS Data Task $151000.00 IMS Data Load, Configure, Analysis Milestone #4t Upon Completion of Training Testing (50%) Training - Administration (50%) $ 9,780.00 Training - Pavement Analysis (50%) Training - Production (50%) Milestone #5: 30 Calendar gays After Final Training Trip Testing (50%) Training - Administration (50%) $ 90780.00 Training - Pavement Analysis (50%) Training - Production (50%) A 0;4,CENTRALSF v COMPANY Phase 2 Milestone #9.: Upon Completion of Kickoff Meeting Project Management $ 9,600.00 Kickoff Meeting Milestone 2: Upon Completion of last Functional Group Onsite Meting Discovery $ 20,400.00 Functional Groups GIS integration Milestone : Upon Completion of Data Conversion $ 3,600.00 Stormwater Quality (estimate) Milestone #4; Upon Completion of Training Testing (50%) $ 7,100.00 Training - Administration (50%) Training - Production (50%) Milestone af'# : 30 Calendar Days After Final Training Trip Testing (50%) $ 7,100.00 Training - Administration (50%) Training - Production (50%) Phase 3 A N� T COMPANY ti �ilspo ' �ie�ne Milestone #Is Upon Completion of Kickoff Meeting Project Management $ 9,600.00 Kickoff Meeting Milestone #2: UponCompletion of lest Functional Groups Onsite Meeting Discovery $ 20,400.00 Functional Groups GIS Integration Milestone #3o Upon' Completion of Data Conversion $ 3,600.00 Tatems - Fleet (estimate) Milestone #f4. Upon Completion of Training Testing (50%) $ 7J00.00 Training - Administration (50%) Training - Production (50%) Milestone #Ss 30 Calendar Clays After Final Training Trip Testing (50%) $ 7,100.00 Training - Administration (50%) Training - Production (50%) Optional Services Professional Services The levels of effort and associated costs for the Work Plan costs are provided for each of the defined three (3) project phases. The costs are based on the following standard rates. • Labor (per person) —same for all Lucity personnel/task, except IT Specialist — $225.00 per hour for on -site work (travel time is not charged) $150.00 per hour for remote work • Labor (per person) — IT Specialist �� 12 lee, IS t. COMPANY $180.00 per hour for remote work • Expense estimates (per person) - expenses are billed at actual cost $550.00 per on -site trip (airfare) - $350.00 per on -site day (lodging, car rental, meals) EXHIBIT 2 PART I -Premises Based Solutions x� ag COMPANY I. Support Hours: Hours During Which Lucity's Telephone Support Will be Available to Customer in Connection with the Provision of Maintenance: Unless otherwise noted in the Order as to Support Type, support hours are Monday through Friday, 8:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M. Customer's Local Time within the continental United States, excluding holidays ("5x9"). The Lucite Support Center can be reached 24/7, and is supported by ZenDesk, a web -based customer service software and support ticket system. II. Targeted Response Times. "Notification" means a communication to Lucity's help desk by means of: (i) Lucity's web helpline; (ii) the placement of a telephone call; or (iii) the sending of an e-mail, in each case, in accordance with Lucity's then - current policies and procedures for submitting such communications. III. Support Terms. Beginning on the Execution Date and continuing for twelve (12) months thereafter ("Initial Support Term"), Lucity shall provide the ongoing Support Services described herein for the corresponding Fees outlined in Exhibit 1. Upon expiration of the Initial Support Term, ongoing Support Services shall automatically renew, with customer paying for additional annual support periods, each a ("Renewal Support Term"). This renewal will continue until termination of this Agreement. Details about support levels of service can be found here: https://Iucity.zendesk.com/hc/en-us/articles/205096764 Details about version support policy can be found here: https://lucity.zendesk.com/hc/en-us/articles/202489370-Version-Support-Details NOTE: Neither the levels of support nor the support policy may be changed without prior written notice to Customer. A CENTRAL O 'W1. 1 0 =a; --., r COMPANY EXHIBIT 3 Travel Expense Guidelines EXPENSES -Expenses, including travel, lodging, meals, and all incidental expenses will be billed as incurred, and are estimated at $21,950.Pricing for travel expenses provided under this Exhibit 3 is a good faith estimate based on the information available at the time of execution. Pricing for travel expenses provided under this Exhibit 3 is a good faith estimate based on the information available at the time of execution. The total amount may vary based on the actual number of hours of travel required to complete the services. Lucity will adhere to the following guidelines when incurring travel expenses: AIR TRAVEL —Lucity will use the least expensive class of service available with a minimum of seven (7) day, maximum of thirty (30) day, advance purchase. Upon request, Lucity shall provide the travel itinerary as the receipt for reimbursement of the airfare and any fees. Fees not listed on the itinerary will require a receipt for reimbursement. Trips fewer than 250 miles round are considered local. Unless a flight has been otherwise approved by the Customer, Customer will reimburse the current IRS approved mileage rate for all local trips. LODGING —Lucity will use the most reasonable accommodations possible, dependent on the city. All food items, movies, and phone/internet charges are not reimbursable. RENTAL CAR —Compact or Intermediate cars will be required unless there are three or more Lucity employees sharing the car in which case the use of a full size car is authorized. Gas is reimbursable however, pre -paid gas purchases will not be authorized and all rental cars are to be returned with a full tank of gas. Upon request, receipts for car rental and gas purchases will be submitted to Customer. Lucity shall decline all rental car insurance offered by the car rental agency as staff members will be covered under the Lucity auto insurance policy. Fines for traffic violations are not reimbursable expenses. OTHER TRANSPORTATION —Lucity staff members are expected to use the most economical means for traveling to and from the airport (Airport bus, hotel shuttle service). Airport taxi or mileage for the employee's personal vehicle (per IRS mileage guidelines) are reimbursable if necessary. Upon request, receipt(s) for the taxi will be submitted to Customer. Proof of mileage may be required and may be documented by a readily available electronic mapping service. The mileage rate will be the then -current IRS mileage guideline rate (subject to change with any change in IRS guidelines). OTHER BUSINESS EXPENSES —Parking at the airport is reimbursable. Tolls to and from the airport and while traveling at the Customer site are reimbursable. Tipping on cab fare exceeding 15% is not reimbursable. Porter tips are reimbursable, not exceeding $1.00 per bag. Laundry is reimbursable when travel includes a weekend Jay or Company Holiday and the hotel stay is four nights or more. Laundry charges must be incurred during the trip and the limit is one shirt and one pair of pants/skirt per day. With the exception of tips, receipts shall be provided to Customer upon request for all of the aforementioned items. MEALS —Standard per Diem. Subject to change due to cost of living. CENTRALSP UARE COMPANY EXHIBIT 4 Minimum Insurance Requirements Consultant shall procure and maintain for the duration of the contract insurance against claims for injuries to persons or damages to property, which may arise from or in connection with the performance of the work hereunder by the Consultant, its agents, representatives, or employees. 1) Minimum Scope of Insurance. Coverage shall be at least as broad as: Insurance Services Office Commercial General Liability form No. CG 00 01 11 85 or 88. 2) Insurance Services Office Business Auto Coverage form CA 00 01 06 92 covering Automobile Liability, code 1 (any auto). If the Consultant owns no automobiles, a non -owned auto endorsement to the General Liability policy described above is acceptable. 3) Worker's Compensation insurance as required by the State of California and Employer's Liability Insurance. If the Consultant has no employees while performing under this Agreement, worker's compensation insurance is not required, but Consultant shall execute a declaration that it has no employees. 41 Professional Liability Insurance shall be written on a policy form providing professional liability for the Consultant's profession. a. Minimum Limits of Insurance. Consultant shall maintain limits no less than: 1) General Liability: One Million ($1,000,000) per occurrence for bodily injury, personal injury and property damage. If Commercial General Liability Insurance or other form with a general aggregate limit is used, either the general aggregate limit shall apply separately to this project/location or the general aggregate limit shall be twice the required occurrence limit. 2) Automobile Liability: One Million ($1,000,000) accident for bodily injury and property damage. 3) Worker's Compensation as required by the State of California; Employer's Liability: One Million Dollars ($1,000,000) per accident for bodily injury or disease. 4) Professional Liability Coverage: One Million Dollars ($1,000,000) per claim and in aggregate. b. Deductibles and Self -Insured Retentions. Any deductibles or self -insured retentions shall not exceed Twenty Five Thousand Dollars and No Cents ($25,000). c. Other Insurance Provisions. The general liability and automobile liability policies are to contain, or be endorsed to contain, the following provisions: 1) The City of Temecula, the Temecula Community Services District, the Successor Agency to the Temecula Redevelopment Agency, their officers, officials, employees and volunteers are to be covered as insured's, as respects: liability arising out of activities performed by or on behalf of the Consultant; products and completed operations of the Consultant; premises owned, occupied or used by the Consultant; or automobiles owned, leased, hired or borrowed by the Consultant. The coverage shall contain no special limitations on the scope of protection afforded to the City of Temecula, the Temecula Community Services District, the Successor Agency to the Temecula Redevelopment Agency, their officers, officials, employees or volunteers. 2) For any claims related to this project, the Consultant's insurance coverage shall be primary insurance as respects the City of Temecula, the Temecula Community Services District, the Successor Agency #o the Temecula Redevelopment Agency, their officers, officials, employees and volunteers. Any insurance or self -insured maintained by the City of Temecula, Temecula Community Note: Pricing for Professional Services is a good faith estimate based on the information available to Lucity at the time of execution of this Agreement, The total amount that Customer may pay for these services can vary based on the actual number of hours required to complete the services. If required, additional services will be provided on a time and materials basis at hourly rates equal to Lucity's then -current list price rates for the services at issue. ee w en1vFpf Ise �e q m n.,o,v COMPANY Services District, and/or the Successor Agency to the emecu�a Keaeveiopment HgencyI its orncersI officials, employees or volunteers shall be excess of the Consultant's insurance and shall not contribute with it. 3) Any failure to comply with reporting or other provisions of the policies including breaches of warranties shall not affect coverage provided to the City of Temecula, the Temecula Community Services District, and the Successor Agency to the Successor Agency to the Temecula Redevelopment Agency, their officers, officials, employees or volunteers. 4) The Consultant's insurance shall apply separately to each insured against whom claim is made or suit is brought, except with respect to the limits of the insurer's liability. 5) Each insurance policy required by this agreement shall be endorsed to state in substantial conformance to the following: If the policy will be canceled before the expiration date the insurer will notify in writing to the City of such cancellation not less than thirty (30) days' prior to the cancellation effective date. 6) If insurance coverage is canceled or, reduced in coverage or in limits the Consultant shall within two (2) business days of notice from insurer phone, fax, and/or notify the City via certified mail, return receipt requested of the changes to or cancellation of the policy. d. Acceptability of Insurers. Insurance is to be placed with insurers with a current A.M. Best rating of A-:VII or better, unless otherwise acceptable to the City. Self insurance shall not be considered to comply with these insurance requirements. e. Verification of Coverage. Consultant shall furnish the City with original endorsements effecting coverage required by this clause. The endorsements are to be signed by a person authorized by that insurer to bind coverage on its behalf. The endorsements are to be on forms provided by the City. All endorsements are to be received and approved by the City before work commences. As an alternative to the City's forms, the Consultant's insurer may provide complete, certified copies of all required insurance policies, including endorsements affecting the coverage required by these specifications. i I hk 6CENTRALS 1 E 1 p 1 ra_�il Bement tt rare,",-^ COMPANY EXHIBIT 5 Scope of Services 1. Introduction The City of Temecula, CA has been a Lucity client since 2007 and has been using the LucityAM software for various work groups / divisions within Public Works in a limited fashion. The City would like to `re -implement' the LucityAM software for current work groups as well as expand the use of the LucityAM software to all divisions within the Public Works Department. This will include the expansion of the LucityAM product licensing to include GIS integration and the use of Lucity Mobile for field staff. It is also anticipated that this project will be implemented in a phased approach. The City has requested that the project be implemented in the following three (3) phases. Phase 1 • Streets o Street Maintenance, Signs, ROW, Poles, Concrete (curbs, sidewalks, steps, walls, etc.), Pavement • Traffic Engineering o Signal Maintenance and Inspections Phase 2 • Stormwater o Inlet and Pipeline Maintenance o Stormwater Quality, NPDES Inspections • Parks & Landscaping o Facilities/Structures, Grounds, Landscaping, Lights/Parking Lots, Playgrounds Phase 3 • Facilities o Buildings (23), Pools (2), Fountains (3) • Fleet o Tracking and scheduling Preventive Maintenance. Repairs are contracted. 2. Implementation Lucity will provide all implementation services (in close collaboration with City staff and the City's third -party consultant) utilizing on -staff personnel. Following are tasks that comprise our proposed Implementation Work Plan. • Project Management —Initiation • Installation and IT/GIS Audits • Phases 1, 2, and 3 Project Management — Progress Kickoff Meeting — Configuration —Discovery; Functional Groups; GIS A cam'" CENTRALS,.nlA —`� ,5,�� eel, t r rmset 9cmcn! ❑¢ou "sv._ -"� ,� .w 'cam -.."__. --- COMPANY Data Loading / Conversion Testing — Training — Administration; Production a. Implementation Methodology Our proposed Project Team is comprised of both Lucity on -staff personnel and City staff — the Project Team organization chart is provided as Table D.1. An outline of our proposed Implementation Work Plan follows. Participation and responsibilities of the Project Team are included in the task descriptions. TABLE D.1 —Project Team Protect Amin The specific City roles we expect for the project are summarized below: Proiect Manager: Purpose is to manage the city's interests by ensuring the product/solution being delivered meets the needs and requirements of this scope of work. Proiect Administrator: Coordinates the project and helps the project teams manage resources and information. Assist with scheduling and planning meetings and overall project activities. Sometime serves as Project Manager as well. System Administrator: Technical representative to assist in the installation and configuration of the system architecture to support the solution within the City's environment. GIS Subiect Matter Expert: GIS representative to provide access and configuration assistance to the team in order for GIS and Lucity solution to communicate Functional Group Admin: Department or division representative(s) to serve as a subject matter expert. Individual has the authority to make decisions on behalf of the group they represent. ena CENTRAL yr ._ ,cl gc?mnt soRvvw E _ COMPANY There is an anticipated level of effort for all members %J the project team. Based on past experience we have estimated the expected effort for City resources in the table below. b. PROJECT MANAGEMENT i. Initiation A meeting will take place as soon as possible after issuance of the Notice to Proceed to introduce key Project Team members and initiate project activities. An outline of the expected topics for the Initiation Meeting follows. • Project Team o Review roles, responsibilities, and personnel assignments o Identify primary contacts and exchange contact information • Software o Verify licensing details (products and users) • Project Plan o Set dates for IT and GIS Audit, Installation, and Kickoff tasks - our recommendation is for the IT and GIS Audit to be completed as soon as possible, and Installation to be completed prior to Kickoff Participants in the Initiation Meeting should include the following Project Team members: • Lucity City o Project Manager o Project Manager o Relationship Manager o System Administrator o Project Sponsor Deliverables: • Deliverable 1: Initiation meeting agenda 0 Deliverable 2: Documented project team names, roles, and responsibilities { Al A�WA a g "' r 1 COMPANY • Deliverable 3: Detailed project plan — standard project plan within Mavenlink project management software ii. Progress An outline of the project management activities expected throughout the project follows. • Meetings &Workshops o Convene bi-weekly Project Progress meetings to review Project Plan completion status o Provide agendas, "Follow-up Memorandum", and "Trip Report" documents • Project Plan o Provide updates as needed based on approved revisions to scope and/or schedule • Invoicing o Prepare billing summaries, and submit invoices to the City for approval and payment processing Participants in the project management activities should include the following Project Team members: • Lucity City o Project Manager o Project Manager o Project Administrator Deliverables: Deliverable 4: Progress meeting agendas (Ongoing throughout project) — this will be the same overall agenda each time with the actual content changing based on where we are in the project. Deliverable 5: Progress meeting follow up memorandum (Ongoing throughout project) — many %J the follow up items are addressed within the trip reports after each trip and within the to-do list which will be modified together during the bi-weekly progress calls. Deliverable 6: Trip report documentation (Ongoing throughout project) c. INSTALLATION &KICKOFF i. IT &GIS Audits &Planning A meeting will take place as soon as possible after Initiation for us to provide guidance to the City's IT &GIS SMEs pertaining to LucityAM enterprise architecture and security designs. An outline of the expected agenda for the IT & GIS Audit Meetings follow. • Software o Review "Hardware and Software Recommendations", "System Design and Tuning", "IT Questionnaire" and "GIS Questionnaire" documents — Questionnaires to be completed by the City prior to the meeting ■ Our assumption is the City will provide needed hardware and supporting software, and confirm basic operation of hardware prior to installation of LucityAM ■ System Design and Tuning document is intended to provide understanding of LucityAM as it pertains to the City enterprise i1 , � a - I r CENTRAL I It 111, COMPANY infrastructure and security policies, and the expected maximum number of concurrent users ■ IT & GIS Questionnaires serve to gather information regarding the City's resources, preparedness, and capabilities for installing and managing LucityAM and leveraging GIS integration o Discuss and document the Installation task and related activities, and identify needed actions prior to LucityAM installation • Access o Discuss providing Implementation Lead remote access (VPN) into installed LucityAM to facilitate completion of Implementation tasks • Project Plan o Confirm dates for Installation and Kickoff tasks • Action Items o Complete IT & GIS Questionnaires o Provide LucityAM install design and system architecture diagram, and executed VPN access forms (if required) Participants in the IT Audit Meeting should include the following Project Team members: • Lucity City • IT Specialist o Project Manager o System Administrator o SME — IT Deliverables: • Deliverable 7: IT/GIS audit planning meeting agenda • Deliverable 8: IT Questionnaire • Deliverable 9: GIS Questionnaire • Deliverable 10: Provide City with the "to be" system network diagram of the recommended Lucity install • IT/GIS audit findings ii. Installation The IT Specialist will assist the System Administrator with downloading the LucityAM Installation Components (current version with latest service pack) from the Lucity Support Center web site, and following instructions provided in the Install Manual. Our assumption is the System Administrator, with support from Lucity will complete related Installation activities, including: • Establishing multiple environments for testing/training and production • Performing system -level testing (to ensure satisfactory performance) and performance tuning actions (if necessary) Deliverables: • Deliverable 12: Provide City with installation manifest documenting software components/locations, services, and admin account info. This will be a combination of the system design diagram from deliverable 10 plus providing the admin account info within a Word document. If needed, a final system design diagram will be delivered after installation. iii, Kickoff Meeting r" r- If of r. I IIJI _ 11 y r, t IPI isL. msct 9cn,ent w1twoILA '",.✓ -,.'" COMPANY A Kickoff Meeting will be held to transfer Knowledge between Project I eam members, gather information, and set the stage for subsequent Implementation tasks. An outline of the expected Kickoff Meeting activities follows. • LucityAM Software Demonstration o Present functional overview — typical user workflows for inspections, work orders, etc. and "out of the box" capabilities including reporting (standard templates and ad hoc), GIS integration, and data interfaces o Review default "Work Flow Setup" data, Ul templates (dashboards and data forms/views), and default user groups/roles • Functional Groups o Identify each Group's place (Department, Division, etc.) within the organizational structure of the City o Confirm with each Group Administrator those persons assigned to serve as Group SMEs for Configuration task o Examine current basic business processes of each Group with associated data, reporting, and integration requirements o Review with each Group their Work Flow Setup spreadsheet with default data — spreadsheet to be completed by the City • GIS and IT o Discuss completed Installation task and related activities o Address deficiencies found in the IT/GIS audits. • Access o Verify Implementation Lead has remote access into installed LucityAM • Project Plan o Confirm Project Team and Functional Groups o Discuss and document what is expected of Project Team members throughout project o Review schedule, and develop a "go -live" plan o Identify any needed revisions to Project Plan based on knowledge gained from the Kickoff Meeting sessions o Set date for Configuration — Discovery task • Action Items o Complete Work Flow Setup spreadsheets — these spreadsheets are used to record data required to define Categories, Problems, Causes, Tasks, and Resources (Employees, Crews, Equipment, Materials, Fluids, Contractors) for Functional Groups with LucityAM Work — Work Administrator Participants in the Kickoff Meeting sessions should include the following Project Team members: • Lucity City o Project Manager o Project Manager o Relationship Manager o System Administrator o Functional Group Administrators o SMEs — GIS and IT o Project Sponsor Deliverables: o Deliverable 13: Workflow setup spreadsheets o Deliverable 14: Kickoff Meeting follow-up report o Deliverable 15: Project Governance report detailing project reporting structure and communication plan. This information will be included within the follow up memo from the kickoff meeting. _ F A Rpm O i ' � 'gym '� �. �- a �- TM '. 1 f I s+cl 9ment " �uie ��� COMPANY o Deliverable 16: "Go -live" plan document —the initial plan for go -live will be documented within the follow up memo from the kickoff meeting. d. CONFIGURATION i. Discovery A Discovery Workshop will be completed for each phase of the project —this workshop will consist of a series of sessions that focus on refining the default LucityAM configuration to support the specific operational needs of the distinct Functional Groups (and City departments). An outline of the expected Discovery Workshop activities follows. • Functional Groups o Examine details (what, who, how, and why) of business processes of each Group, and identify potential revisions to improve results and best leverage capabilities of LucityAM o Review with each Group their completed Work Flow Setup spreadsheet, and identify any additional data revisions for initial LucityAM configuration o Identify revisions to dashboards, data forms/views, and default user groups/roles for each Group o Discuss available data from sources other than GIS to be incorporated (i.e. "loaded) into LucityAM — data to be gathered by the City o Identify any supplemental reporting and/or integration needs to be addressed with LucityAM implementation • GIS o Outline overall GIS strategy for LucityAM deployment • Project Plan o Identify any needed revisions to Project Plan based on knowledge gained from Discovery activities o Set date for Configuration — Functional Groups task • Action Items o Apply initial configuration to installed LucityAM based on revised Work Flow Setup data and revised user dashboards, data forms/views, maps, and groups/roles o Deliver data from sources other than GIS to Implementation Lead for evaluation o Evaluate options for supplemental reporting and/or integration, and identify next steps o Install and test Mobile Server, and download and install LucityAM Mobile Participants in the Configuration —Discovery Workshop activities should include: • Lucity City o Project Manager o Project Manager o Implementation Lead o System Administrator o Functional Group Administrators o SMEs — GIS Deliverables: • Deliverable 17: Documented "as is" workflows by functional group — this will be delivered via a draw.io diagram or custom spreadsheet. • Deliverable 18: Initial configuration document — Final initial configuration will be documented as follows: • Standard report showing Work Flow Setup • Standard report showing Security setup • Exports of dashboards, views and forms QUM entk1op I i,, a„at gemcae Awafe -- -.. COMPANY • Backup of Lucity database • Deliverable 19; Deliver data from sources other than GIS to Implementation Lead for evaluation • Deliverable 20: GIS Strategy Outline — this will be addressed within the follow up memo for the discovery meeting. We will also make use of the Asset Configuration Organizer spreadsheet on our shared OneDrive through this process. ii. Functional Group Configuration Finalizing the LucityAM configuration will be an iterative process. The Implementation Lead will first meet with each Functional Group to review the initial configuration and identify needed refinements. With subsequent refinements, additional meetings will be convened to review the latest LucityAM configuration — which will include GIS integration, loaded data, custom reporting, and custom integration (if required) as these become available. The process will continue until the LucityAM operational needs of the Groups are met. The Implementation Lead will also use Lucity Security to define security setup for the Functional Groups. This effort will: • Import users into LucityAM using the Import tool, and associate users to Windows Login accounts • Set controls for user access and assign group/role permissions for various LucityAM functions Participants in the Configuration —Functional Group Meetings task should include: • Lucity City o Implementation Lead o System Administrator o Functional Group Administrators o SMEs — Groups Deliverables: • Deliverable 21: Documented "to be" workflows by functional group —this will be delivered via a draw.io diagram or custom spreadsheet along with the completed dashboards within the Lucity software. iii. Custom Reports Although we expect the LucityAM reporting capabilities (standard templates and ad hoc) will meet most of the City's needs, some supplemental custom reports will likely be desired/required. The number and nature of such custom reports will be defined from the Configuration activities. Custom reports can be designed, developed, and incorporated into LucityAM by the City or a third -party. Alternatively, we can deliver custom report templates (using Crystal Reports) through negotiated additional services. sm 5 w , Is L P 1 w 1 pi se ussel genic �l fl vine 6 , U � Ev, COMPANY We have included 24 remote hours per phase (72 hours total) for custom report development. The City has also requested an 'Asset Replacement Report', which will be included at no additional cost. iv. GIS The Implementation Lead will work with the System Administrator and GIS SME to configure and test the bi-directional LucityAM/Esri ArcGIS integration. Configuration of this integration involves the following activities: • LucityAM and GIS Integration - Use Administration tool to link ArcGIS Server, Portal, or ArcGIS Online feature services, layers, and fields to LucityAM. • Lucity GIS Web to LucityAM Integration (also applicable to integration of Collector for ArcGIS (and any other third -party mapping application) to LucityAM) - Use Administration tool to set up "GIS Task" to check feature services at scheduled time interval and push any updates to LucityAM. • Lucity Spatial Generator Configuration -Use Administration tool to enable the Lucity Spatial Indexer process, and set maximum number of days to process spatial history of information related to work order and service request locations (addresses, coordinates) and related assets; use Administration tool to set up URL for Geocoding Service for processing locations; and use Administration tool to set up Edit Map Service URL for processing assets. • GIS Map Setup - Use Administration tool to create maps (by layering map services) for LucityAM GIS Web and LucityAM Mobile; and use Map Setup in Administration tool to assign maps to user groups/roles. GIS data available at the time of the Configuration -GIS task efforts (per phase) will be loaded into LucityAM, and necessary training will be provided to the City to load additional GIS data that may become available later. Deliverables: • Deliverable 22: GIS Configuration document -details services and structure of the GIS environment and how Lucity is connected. -the Implementer will provide the standard report printouts from the Lucity software showing the GIS field mappings for each feature class. e. DATA LOADING GIS and Work Flow Setup As described for the Configuration task: • Data from the City's GIS will be loaded into LucityAM as part of the GIS to LucityAM Integration • Data delivered to City by IMS will be loaded into Lucity • Data from the City's completed/refined Work Flow Setup data will be loaded into LucityAM as part of the LucityAM configuration Stormwater Quality and TATEMS Fleet We understand that the City has existing historical data for: • Current Stormwater Quality program • Existing Fleet program (TATEMS) m A � E e _�; �-� CENTRAL COMPANY P Lucity has included an estimated level of effort for the data migration effort, and this estimate reflects a level of effort Lucity consider appropriate based on our relevant experience. During configuration we will evaluate delivered existing data for suitability for loading and requirements for conversion. If the parties mutually determine the source data conversion requirements are beyond this estimate, Lucity will work with the City to determine the necessary additional effort that would be provided through negotiated additional services. Methodology The LucityAM Import &Update tool is used for loading data into LucityAM from ODBC, OLE, ASCII -delimited text, and XML sources. The System Implementer will train the System Administrator on the use of this tool to establish appropriate data mapping between source tables and individual LucityAM tables, complete the import processes, and schedule automated data updates. Data from sources other than GIS and Work Flow Setup gathered by the City and delivered to the Implementation Lead for loading should be in compatible formats (i.e, tabular asset data for fleet and/or facilities; etc.). With the provided training, the City may determine that loading of data from other sources is an effort that can be completed by the System Administrator. Alternatively, Lucity can provide these services through negotiated additional services. Deliverables: • Deliverable 23: Provide data migration import and update configurations used to perform the data loading into the software. These configuration files will be part of the software (Import & Update tool) and available to the City for repeated use or reference. f. TESTING The Implementation Lead will work with the System Administrator and Functional Leads to develop an Acceptance Test Plan to verify the configured LucityAM mee#s the stated functional requirements. This Plan will include user test scripts covering the various LucityAM functions. Our assumption is the Implementation Lead will be responsible for functional and integration testing, and the System Administrator will perform acceptance testing. During the testing phase, we will: • Collaborate with the System Administrator to maintain a log of issues, configuration problems, and software malfunctions identified during testing • Resolve all such issues, problems and malfunctions to the City's satisfaction • Prove through test procedures installed and configured LucityAM is functionally viable with all loaded data, reporting, and integration in place • Demonstrate acceptance criteria items have been addressed, and certify LucityAM is ready for "go4ve" transition from testing/development environment to production environment Deliverables: • Deliverable 24: Acceptance testing plan —the implementer will provide a document outlining how the testing will occur, how the issues will be addressed and what acceptance looks like. • Deliverable 25: Provide sample test scripts to City for development of a testing document (as required) A finl w. —enWfpilte wsd rnuviogumwntCOMPANY • Deliverable 26: Issue tracking log • Deliverable 27: Completed test scripts prepared by City g. TRAINING We will provide a Training Plan detailing session descriptions and durations, methods and materials for each Functional Group, and the overall schedule. An outline of the expected Training activities follows. i. Administration Administration training will be conducted throughout the project, both formally (training initiated by the Implementation Lead) as well as "organically". During the configuration effort, the System Administrator will work with the Implementation Lead as the configuration evolves. The configuration effort will be used as training opportunity to engage the System Administrator in commonly used processes and tasks that are important to the overall success of the project and the long-term support of the product. Areas of focus include: Installation and Maintenance • Complete procedures as outlined in Install Manual for initial LucityAM installation and future software upgrades • Review available software documentation • Review technical support and software maintenance services and resources provided through Lucity Constant Connection Program • Discuss current backup and recovery practices for the City's data, and reviewing suggested practices specific to LucityAM Security • Complete procedures as outlined in Lucity Security for adding new users, and defining user group and individual permissions for LucityAM access and use Configuration • Use tools, parameters and settings available with LucityAM products to refine configuration Documents • Complete procedures for establishing finks between LucityAM records and externally managed electronic documents Integration • Use LucityAM products for completing processes for configuring and refining the GIS integratIon Reporting • Add custom reports Data Import/Export • Import data using Import &Update tool, and export data using LucityAM reporting capabilities The goal of the Training —Administration task is for the System Administrator to be reasonably self-sufficient in refining, expanding and sustaining the implemented LucityAM. ii. Production ! E E COMPANY The production training is scoped using atrain-the-trainer approach. This method allows the training effort to focus on "power users" identified within each functional group. These individuals will then be responsible for training end users. The training will be structured to address the workflows of each specific functional group The following is a limited list of items that will be addressed during Production Training sessions. General • Dashboard: Using assigned "Home" pages with personalized real-time LucityAM content • Filter. Creating queries to produce specific record sets • Locate: Quickly finding a specific record within the current "Filter" • Show in Map: Opening assigned GIS maps and zooming to assets and locations (customer addresses, work sites, etc.) • Document Control: Linking electronic documents (images, videos, as -built drawings, O&M manuals, Web site links, etc.) to records • Subset Manager. Loading filtered data from one application into other applications • Browse: Creating and exporting ad -hoc reports • Reports: Using assigned report templates • Help: Using the on-line Help Work Management • Receiving/creating, routing and completing service requests, and work orders in response to service requests • Establishing work order templates for recurring activities and PM schedules • Creating, assigning, routing and completing work orders from templates and PM schedules • Performing in-house and external billing of work order costs • Viewing linked electronic documents • Using GIS to locate customers and work locations • Producing operational, management and regulatory reports Asset Management • Collecting and maintaining asset attributes • Establishing appropriate relationships between assets • Assessing the condition, and tracking the operating status, of assets • Interpreting asset lifecycle costs • Viewing linked electronic documents • Using GIS to locate assets and display condition assessment data • Validating and transferring data from external systems (SCADA, fueling, CCTV) • Producing operational, management and regulatory reports The goal of the Training —Production task is for users to be enabled with the knowledge, skills and confidence to follow proper business processes and successfully complete their specific operational workflows with LucityAM. Production Training sessions are typically two to four hours in duration, and should be limited to a maximum of ten (10) end users. Remote time for end user training will include web conferencing sessions for specialized topics as well as review sessions on functions and processes requiring more insight. Participants in the Production Training should include: • Lucity City o Solutions Trainer o Functional Group Administrators o Group Users Deliverables: A ee In ,. COMPANY • Deliverable 28: Training Plan — as part of the training preparation, the Lucity implementer will discuss the plan for training and roll out of the software with the City's project manager and other applicable parties. Detailed plans will be included in the agenda for each training visit. • Deliverable 29: Training Materials/Documentation — these consist of the same scripts as in the testing task. • Deliverable 30: Provide Standard Training workflows/scripts; City may modify as needed — these consist of the same scripts provided in Deliverable 29. • Deliverable 31: Go -Live Status Meeting — two to three weeks prior to planned go live for each phase, we will conduct a go/no-go meeting with the project manager and the respective Subject Matter Experts for each phase to determine if the groups are ready for live or if we still have work to do. h. RESPONSIBILITY MATRIX The following matrix summarizes the tasks and deliverables outlined in the scope of work, and assigns a responsible party. For each task or deliverable that requires assignment of responsibility, there is a (P) for Participate, or an (L) for Lead in the column representing either the City or Lucity. VMS CENTRAL COMPANY • Deliverable 6: Trip Report Documentation (Ongoing throughout project) P L c. Installation and Kickoff i. IT/GIS Audit Planning P L • IT/GIS Audit Meeting P L • Review Hardware and Software Recommendations and System Design and Tuning documents and IT questionaire. Configure required infrastructure. L P • Perform IT Audit P L • Perform GIS Audit P L • Establish remote access for Implementation Lead L P • Deliverable 7: IT/GIS Audit Planning Meeting Agenda and minutes P L • Deliverable 8: IT Questionnaire L P • Deliverable 9: GIS Questionnaire L P • Deliverable 10: Provide City "To Be" system design diagram P L • Deliverable 11: IT/GIS Audit Findings P L ii. Installation • Download Latest Installation Components L P • Install Lucity application/components in multiple environments L P • Perform system testing and performance tuning L P • Deliverable 12: Installation Manifest documenting software P L components/locations, services, and admin account info. iii. Kickoff Meeting (Repeated with each phase) P L • Software Demonstration P L • Address deficiencies found in the IT/GIS audits L P • Complete workflow setup spreadsheets L P • Complete Project Governance Report P L • Create Go -Live plan document P L • Deliverable 13: Workflow setup spreadsheets L P • Deliverable 14: Kickoff meeting follow up report P L • Deliverable 15: Project Governance Report detailing project reporting P L structure and communication plan • Deliverable 16: "Go -live" plan document P L d. Configuration i. Discovery • Discovery Workshops P L • Apply and document initial configuration P L • Document revisions to workflow, dashboards, views, users, and roles L P • Evaluate options for supplemental reporting and/or integrations P L • Install and test Mobile Server and LucityAM Mobile L P • Document supplemental reporting and integration needs L P • Deliverable 17: Documented "as -is" workflows b functional group P L • Deliverable 18: Initial configuration document P L A a� AW ~lyW� 6 r r :,-,:,:,. t I eassel dement R :ova `"" ACOMPANY • Deliverable 19: Deliver data from sources other than GIS to Implementation Lead L P • Deliverable 20: GIS strategy outline P L ii. Functional Group Configuration (Repeated with each Functional Group) • Review initial configuration and identify required refinements P L • Review GIS integration, data, custom reports, and custom integrations P L • Deliverable 21: Documented "to -be" workflows P L ill. Custom Reports • Review system and ad -hoc reporting capabilities and note difficiencies L P • Define requirements for reports to cover difficiencies L P iv. GIS • Establish and test bi-directional LucityAM and GIS integration P L • Establish and test Lucity GIS Web to Lucity integration P L • Configure Lucity Spatial Generator P L • Setup GIS Map L P • Deliverable 22: GIS Configuration Document P L e. Data Loading • Load and test pavement management system data P L • Load and test stormwater data P L • Load and test fleet data P L • Deliverable 23: Data migration import and update configuration files P L f. Testing • Functional Testing L P • Log, track, and address issues found in testing P L • Demonstrate Ready for go -live P L • Deliverable 24: Acceptance test plan L P • Deliverable 25: Provide sample test scripts to the City P L • Deliverable 26: Issue tracking log P L • Deliverable 27: Completed test scrips prepared by City L P g. Training • Create training plan P L • Create training materials/documentation P L i. Deliver administration training P L ii. Deliver production training L ill. Deliver power user training - train the trainer (To be repeated with each P L phase) iv. Production • Deliverable 28: Training Plan Document P L • Deliverable 29: Training Materials/Documentation P L • Deliverable 30: Standard training workflows/scripts P L • Deliverable 31: Go -live status report P L "' 11 1 A Owl as IBM PAM CENTRAU� z �r COMPANY i. EFFORT AND COSTS Phase 1 —Streets and Traffic Tr ` Lkrr r .NOtt PROJECT MANAGEMENT 0 0 60 60 $ 9,000.00 $ - $ 9/000600 INSTALL / BUSINESS PROCESS REVIEW CONFIGURATION 4 64 100 164 $ 330300.OD $ 5,00D.0D $ 38,300.00 INITIATION 0 0 2 2 $ 300,00 $ $ 300.00 INSTALLATION 0 0 4 4 $ 720.00 $ $ 720.00 IT&615AUDITS 0 6 6 $ 1,080.00 $ $ 1,080.00 KICKOFF MEETING 1 16 81 24 $ 4,800.00 $ 1/250600 $ 6,050.00 DISCOVERY '; 1 16 8 24 $ 4,800.00 $ 1,250.00 $ 6,050.00 FUNCTIONAL GROUPS 2 32 32 64 $ 12,000.00 $ 2,500.00 $ 14,500400 GIs INTEGRATION 0 0 40 40 $ 6,000.00 $ $ 6,000.00 CUSTOM REPORTS 0 0 24 24 $ 3,600.00 $ $ 3,600.00 DATA LOADING / CONVERSION 0 0 124 124 $ 18,600.00 rs - $ 18,600.00 IMS DATA- LOAD, CONFIGURE, ANALYSIS PARAMTERS ol 0 100 100 $ 15,000400 $ $ 15,000.00 DATA LOADING (MISC.)' 0 0 24 24 $ 3,600.00 $ $ 3,600.00 TESTING 0 0 16 16 $ 204OOoOO $ $ 214DOoOO TRAINING 3 48 56 104 $ 17,160.OD $ 3175D.00 $ 20,910,00 ADMINISTRATION 0 16 16 $ 2,160.00 $ $ 2,160.00 PAVEMENT ANALYSIS 1 16 81 24 $ 4,280.00 $ 1,250.00 $ 5,530.00 PRODUCTION 2 32 32 64 $ 10,720.00 $ 2,500.00 $ 13,220600 ,.w.,? ,.. .. ,, ..,. .... ..,.__ Phase 2 — Stormwater and Parks & Landscaping J 1 �yrt R n �ry�4 T y 11 �g { PROJECT MANAGEMENT 0 0 48 48 $ 7,200.00 $ $ 7,200.00 INSTALL/ BUSINESS PROCESS REVIEW / CONFIGURATION 3 56 92 148 $ 26,400.00 $ 4,100.00 $ 30o500.00 KICKOFF MEETING 1 8 4 12 $ 21400,00 $ 900,00 $ 31300,00 DISCOVERY 16 8 24 $ 4,800.00 $ 700.00 $ 5,500.00 FUNCTIONAL GROUPS ' 2 32 32 64 $ 12,000.00 $ 2,500.00 $ 14,500.00 GIs 0 0 24 24 $ 3,600.00 $ $ 3,600.00 CUSTOM REPORTS 0 0 24 24 $ 3,600.00 $ $ 3,600.00 DATA LOADING /, CONVERSION 0 0 48 48 $ 7/200400 $ $ 7,200.00 STORMWATER QUALITY (ESTIMATE) 0 0 24 24 $ 3,600.00 $ $ 3,600.00 DATA LOADING (MISC.) 0 0 24 24 $ 3,600.00 $ $ 3,600.00 TESTING 0 0 16 16 $ 2,400.00 $ $ 2,400.00 TRAINING 2 32 40 72 $ 11,800.00 $ 2,500.00 $ 14,300.00 ADMINISTRATION 0 ol 81 8 $ 1,080.00 $ $ 1,080400 PRODUCTION 2 32 32 64 $ 10,720.00 $ 2,500.00 $ 13,220,00 3 `. OTk' ;''. 6,LIOD00 ryIJOCf vv .,;8$ ,.5;17tJJi _._ � a_ � A I'. h � '° � � rs�� �� 1 p vassal � rnent oR��. oia '�i/9j �;.:� ,� _; - - -___ COMPANY Phase 3 —Facilities and Fleet EMI% taKss� ���i14 � �Set�ota ���� 'I`rii�r H+�y}� Tlo�rz Hc€u PROJEC? MANAGEMENT 0 0 48 48 $ 7,200.00 $ - $ 7,200.00 INSTALLf BUSINESS PROCESS REUIEVJ J C[INFIGURATIQN 3 56 76 132 $ 24,000.00 $ 4,100.00 $ 28,100.00 KICKQFF MEETING 1 8 4 12 $ 2,400.00 $ 900.00 $ 3,300.00 DISCOVERY I 0 16 8 24 $ 4,800.00 $ 700.00 $ 5,500.00 FUNCTIONAL GROUPS 2 32 24 56 $ 10,800.00 $ 2,500.00 $ 13,300.00 GIS i 0 0 16 16 $ 2,400.00 $ - $ 2,400.00 CUSTOM REPORTS 0 0 24 24 $ 3,600.00 $ - $ 3,600.00 DATA CONVERSION 0 0 64 64 $ 9,600.00 $ - $ 9,600.00 TATEMS -FLEET (ESTIMATE) 0 0 40 40 $ 6,000.00 $ - $ 6,000.00 DATA LOADING (MISC.) ,; 0 0 24 24 $ 3,600.00 $ - $ 3,600.00 TESTING 0 0 16 16 $ 2,400.00 $ - $ 2,400.00 TRAINING 2 32 40 72 $ 11,800.00 $ 2,500.00 $ 14,300.00 ADMINISTRATION 0 0 $ 8 $ 1,080,00 $ - $ 1,080.00 PRODUCTION 2 32 32 64 $ 10,720.00 $ 2,500.00 $ 13,220.00 � . -.n ..� , .... %.,. ,� w ,�J11D �� , = I"r,DFJ oo ��DD"�a �- �� nIf -M COMPANY The anticipated general schedule for the project is summarized below. We anticipate an 18 month project duration for all three (3) phases of the project. A more detailed project plan schedule will be developed for each phase as part of the project initiation and kickoff, `. PHASE k ti s ,-.,; L-TRAFFIC STREET MAINTENANCETIMS PAVEMENT DATA)PROJECT MANAGEMENT INSTALL/ BUSINESS PROCESS/CONFIG INITIATION INSTALLATION N & GIS AUDITS KICKOFF MEETING DISCOVERY FUNCTIONAL GROUPS GIS INTEGRATION CUSTOM REPORTS DATA LOADING/CONVERSION IMS DATA DATA LOADING MISC.) TESTING TRAINING ADMINISTRATION PAVEMENT ANALYSIS PRODUCTION ` PHASE 2- PARKS &LANDSCAPE, STORMWATER AND STORMWATER QUALITY PROJECT MANAGEMENT INSTALL / BUSINESS PROCESS / CONFIG KICKOFF MEETING DISCOVERY FUNCTIONAL GROUPS GIS INTEGRATION CUSTOM REPORTS DATA LOADING/CONVERSION STORMWATER QUALITY DATA LOADING MISC. TESTING TRAINING ADMINISTRATION PRODUCTION - 'PHASE 3- FACILITIES &FLEET PROJECT MANAGEMENT INSTALL / BUSINESS PROCESS / CONFIG KICKOFF MEETING DISCOVERY FUNCTIONAL GROUPS GIS INTEGRATION CUSTOM REPORTS DATA LOADING / CONVERSION TATEMS-FLEET DATA LOADING MISC. TESTING TRAINING ADMINISTRATION PRODUCTION We are including the following assumptions as part of the overall project execution: • The City will upgrade to the most current Lucity version (currently 2018 R2) o We understand that the City is currently using Lucity version 2015 R2 • IMS will act as a sub -consultant to Lucity for the purpose of loading, configuring and defining analysis parameters within the Lucity application for Pavement Analysis, utilizing the pavement data previously collected by IMS for the City. It will be Lucity's responsibility to manage IMS consultants, and to ensure acceptable service and performance. • No 3rd party integrations, outside of ESRI GIS are included. • MyCivicApps integration with Lucity, if desired by the City, would be provided by MyCivicApps and would utilize the Lucity REST API. • The implementation of the Lucity Inventory Control module (warehousing) is not included. WWI A y r t CENI F .� COMPANY EXHIBIT 6 Schedule of Software & Annual Support & Maintenance As a part of this project, the City will be upgrading to an Enterprise Site License of the LucityAM software, which will provide for an unlimited number of users for the products listed below. The City will also receive credit for all existing LucityAM licenses currently owned towards the cost of this upgrade. With the purchase of the Enterprise Site License, the cost for the City's Access to Lucity Constant Connection Program for support and maintenance will increase to Twenty -Two Thousand, Two Hundred Sixty -One Dollars and Twenty -Eight Cents (22,261.28) for the initial year of the term of this agreement. The first year of support and maintenance costs for the additional software will be prorated to align with the City's current Constant Connection Program renewal period based on the installation date of the software. Access to Lucity Constant Connection Program resources and services is subject to an inflationary increase of two and one-half percent (2.5%) each year. Annual charges for that service are detailed in the table below, r r $ 22, 261.28 i uuu $ 22,817*81 .✓ nrr,£..,:. .. ,'_ , , _ _ 23,388.26 972.96 23 IV 1 FV $ 24,572*29 r .,, w f _f Environmental Systems Research Institute, Inc. 380 New York St Redlands, CA 92373-8100 Phone:909-793-2853 Fax:909-307-3049 DUNS Number: 06-313-4175 CAGE Code: OAMS3 To expedite your order, please attach a copy of this quotation to your purchase order. Quote is valid from: 1212812018 To: 0312812019 Material Qty Description Quotation # 20542721 Date: December 28, 2018 Customer # 124948 Contract # City of Temecula GIS Dept 41000 Main St Temecula, CA92590 ATTENTION: Damion Patrick PHONE: (951) 308-6300 FAX: (951) 308-6329 Unit Price 110037 1 Populations of 50,001 to 100,000 Small Government Term Enterprise 58,000.00 License Agreement Year One 110037 1 Populations of 50,001 to 100,000 Small Government Term Enterprise 58,000.00 License Agreement Year Two 110037 1 Populations of 50,001 to 100,000 Small Government Term Enterprise 58,000.00 License Agreement Year Three Item Total: Subtotal: Sales Tax: Estimated Shipping & Handling(Surface Delivery) Contract Pricing Adjust: Total The following items are optional items listed for your convenience. These items are not included in the totals of this quotation. 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Quote is valid from: 1212812018 To: 0312812019 Quotation # 20542721 Date: December 28, 2018 Customer # 124948 Contract # City of Temecula GIS Dept 41000 Main St Temecula, CA92590 ATTENTION: Damion Patrick PHONE: (951) 308-6300 FAX: (951) 308-6329 Material Qty Description Unit Price Total 144584 1 Esri Enterprise Advantage Program (EEAP): 50 Learning and Service 59,000.00 59,000.00 Credits - Annual subscription designed to provide enterprise -wide visioning and geospatial enablement through technical advisory, an annual planning meeting, a collaboratively developed technical work plan, and access to exclusive quarterly technology webcasts. The program also provides access to a combination of consulting, premium support, and training services. This configuration includes a one -day annual planning session; up to 100 Technical Advisor hours; Quarterly Technology Webcasts and 50 Learning and Services Credits. The Esri Advantage Program terms and conditions shall apply. 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Federal government entities and government prime contractors authorized under FAR 51.1 may purchase under the terms of Esri's GSA Federal Supply Schedule. Supplemental terms and conditions found at https://www.esri.com/en-us/legal/terms/state-supplemental apply to some state and local government purchases. All terms of this quotation will be incorporated into and become part of any additional agreement regarding Esri's offerings. Acceptance of this quotation is limited to the terms of this quotation. Esri objects to and expressly rejects any different or additional terms contained in any purchase order, offer, or confirmation sent to or to be sent by buyer. Unless prohibited by law, the quotation information is confidential and may not be copied or released other than for the express purpose of system selection and purchase/license. The information may not be given to outside parties or used for any other purpose without consent from Esri. Delivery is FOB Origin. If sending remittance, please address to: Esri, P.O. Box 741076, Los Angeles, CA 90074-1076 SCOTTJ This offer is limited to the terms and conditions incorporated and attached herein. f _f Environmental Systems Research Institute, Inc. 380 New York St Redlands, CA 92373-8100 Phone:909-793-2853 Fax:909-307-3049 DUNS Number: 06-313-4175 CAGE Code: OAMS3 To expedite your order, please attach a copy of this quotation to your purchase order. Quote is valid from: 1212812018 To: 0312812019 Quotation # 20542721 Date: December 28, 2018 Customer # 124948 Contract # City of Temecula GIS Dept 41000 Main St Temecula, CA92590 ATTENTION: Damion Patrick PHONE: (951) 308-6300 FAX: (951) 308-6329 If you have made ANY alterations to the line items included in this quote and have chosen to sign the quote to indicate your acceptance, you must fax Esri the signed quote in its entirety in order for the quote to be accepted. 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All Product licenses, all Maintenance, and Esri User Conference registrations terminate upon expiration or termination of this Agreement. 3.3 Termination for a Material Breach. Either party may terminate this Agreement for a material breach by the other party. The breaching party will have thirty (30) days from the date of written notice to cure any material breach. 3.4 Termination for Lack of Funds. For an Agreement with government or government - owned entities, either party may terminate this Agreement before any subsequent year if Page 3 of 6 November 20, 2018 Customer is unable to secure funding through the legislative or governing body's approval process. 3.5 Follow-on Term. If the parties enter into another agreement substantially similar to this Agreement for an additional term, the effective date of the follow-on agreement will be the day after the expiration date of this Agreement. 4.0—PRODUCT UPDATES 4.1 Future Updates. Esri reserves the right to update the list of Products in Table A —List of Products by providing written notice to Customer. Customer may continue to use all Products that have been Deployed, but support and upgrades for deleted items may not be available. As new Products are incorporated into the standard program, they will be offered to Customer via written notice for incorporation into the Products schedule at no additional charge. Customer's use of new or updated Products requires Customer to adhere to applicable additional or revised terms and conditions in the Master Agreement. 4.2 Product Life Cycle. During the Term of Agreement, some Products may be retired or may no longer be available to Deploy in the identified quantities. Maintenance will be subject to the individual Product Life Cycle Support Status and Product Life Cycle Support Policy, which can be found at http://support.esri.com/en/content/productlifecycl es. Updates for Products in the mature and retired phases may not be available. Customer may continue to use Products already Deployed, but Customer will not be able to Deploy retired Products. 5.0—MAINTENANCE The Fee includes standard maintenance benefits during the Term of Agreement as specified in the most current applicable Esri Maintenance and Support Program document (found at http://www.esri.com/legal). At Esri's sole discretion, Esri may make patches, hot fixes, or updates available for download. No Software other than the defined Products will receive Maintenance. Customer may acquire maintenance for other Software outside this Agreement. a. Tier 1 Support 1. Customer will provide Tier 1 Support through the Tier 1 Help Desk to all Customer's authorized users. 2. The Tier 1 Help Desk will be fully trained in the Products. 3. At a minimum, Tier 1 Support will include those activities that assist the user in resolving how-to and operational questions as well as questions on installation and troubleshooting procedures. 4. The Tier 1 Help Desk will be the initial point of contact for all questions and reporting of a Case. The Tier 1 Help Desk will obtain a full description of each reported Case and the system configuration from the user. This may include obtaining any customizations, code samples, or data involved in the Case. If the Tier 1 Help Desk cannot resolve the Case, an authorized Tier 1 Help Desk individual may contact Tier 2 Support. The Tier 1 Help Desk will provide support in such a way as to minimize repeat calls and make solutions to problems available to Customer's organization. 6. Tier 1 Help Desk individuals are the only individuals authorized to contact Tier 2 Support. Customer may change the Tier 1 Help Desk individuals by written notice to Esri. b. Tier 2 Support 1. Tier 2 Support will log the calls received from Tier 1 Help Desk. 2. Tier 2 Support will review all information collected by and received from the Tier 1 Help Desk including preliminary documented troubleshooting provided by the Tier 1 Help Desk when Tier 2 Support is required. Tier 2 Support may request that Tier 1 Help Desk individuals provide verification of information, additional information, or answers to additional questions to supplement any preliminary information gathering or troubleshooting performed by Tier 1 Help Desk. 4. Tier 2 Support will attempt to resolve the Case submitted by Tier 1 Help Desk. Page 4 of 6 November 20, 2018 5. When the Case is resolved, Tier 2 Support will communicate the information to Tier 1 Help Desk, and Tier 1 Help Desk will disseminate the resolution to the user(s). 6.0-ENDORSEMENT AND PUBLICITY This Agreement will not be construed or interpreted as an exclusive dealings agreement or Customer's endorsement of Products. Either party may publicize the existence of this Agreement. 7.0-ADMINISTRATIVE REQUIREMENTS 7.1 OEM Licenses. Under Esri's OEM or Solution OEM programs, OEM partners are authorized to embed or bundle portions of Esri products and services with their application or service. OEM partners' business model, licensing terms and conditions, and pricing are independent of this Agreement. Customer will not seek any discount from the OEM partner or Esri based on the availability of Products under this Agreement. Customer will not decouple Esri products or services from the OEM partners' application or service. 7.2 Annual Report of Deployments. At each anniversary date and ninety (90) calendar days prior to the expiration of this Agreement, Customer will provide Esri with a written report detailing all Deployments. Upon request, Customer will provide records sufficient to verify the accuracy of the annual report. 8.0-ORDERING, ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURES, DELIVERY, AND DEPLOYMENT 8.1 Orders, Delivery, and Deployment a. Upon the Effective Date, Esri will invoice Customer and provide Authorization Codes to activate the nondestructive copy protection program that enables Customer to download, operate, or allow access to the Products. If this is a multi -year Agreement, Esri may invoice the Fee before the annual anniversary date for each year. c. If requested, Esri will ship backup media to the ship -to address identified on the Ordering Document, FOB Destination, with shipping charges prepaid. Customer acknowledges that should sales or use taxes become due as a result of any shipments of tangible media, Esri has a right to invoice and Customer will pay any such sales or use tax associated with the receipt of tangible media. 8.2 Order Requirements. Esri does not require Customer to issue a purchase order. Customer may submit a purchase order in accordance with its own process requirements, provided that if Customer issues a purchase order, Customer will submit its initial purchase order on the Effective Date. If this is a multi -year Agreement, Customer will submit subsequent purchase orders to Esri at least thirty (30) calendar days before the annual anniversary date for each year. a. All orders pertaining to this Agreement will be processed through Customer's centralized point of contact. b. The following information will be included in each Ordering Document: (1) Customer name; Esri customer number, if known; and bill -to and ship -to addresses (2) Order number (3) Applicable annual payment due 9.0-MERGERS, ACQUISITIONS, OR DIVESTITURES If Customer is a commercial entity, Customer will notify Esri in writing in the event of (i) a consolidation, merger, or reorganization of Customer with or into another corporation or entity; (ii) Customer's acquisition of another entity; or (iii) a transfer or sale of all or part of Customer's organization (subsections i, ii, and iii, collectively referred to as "Ownership Change"). There will be no decrease in Fee as a result of any Ownership Change. 9.1 If an Ownership Change increases the cumulative program count beyond the maximum level for this Agreement, Esri reserves the right to increase the Fee or terminate this Agreement and the parties will negotiate a new agreement. b. Undisputed invoices will be due and payable within thirty (30) calendar days from the date of 9.2 If an Ownership Change results in transfer or invoice. Esri's federal ID number is 95-2775-732. sale of a portion of Customer's organization, that portion of Customer's organization will transfer Page 5 of 6 November 20, 2018 the Products to Customer or uninstall, remove, and destroy all copies of the Products. 9.3 This Agreement may not be assigned to a successor entity as a result of an Ownership Change unless approved by Esri in writing in advance. If the assignment to the new entity is not approved, Customer will require any successor entity to uninstall, remove, and destroy the Products. This Agreement will terminate upon such Ownership Change. Page 6 of 6 November 20. 2018 Item No. 8 CITY OF TEMECULA AGENDA REPORT TO: City Manager/City Council FROM: Luke Watson, Director of Community Development DATE: June 11, 2019 SUBJECT: Approve Fiscal Year 2019-20 Schedule of Solid Waste and Recycling Rates Pursuant to Franchise Agreement with CR&R, Inc. PREPARED BY: Dale West, Associate Planner II RECOMMENDATION: That the City Council adopt a resolution entitled: RESOLUTION NO.19- A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA APPROVING SOLID WASTE AND RECYCLING RATES FOR FISCAL YEAR 2019-20 BACKGROUND: Pursuant to the existing solid waste franchise agreement with CR&R, Incorporated (CR&R), the rates charged for refuse collection and recycling for residential and commercial services within the City of Temecula are subject to annual review and modification, based upon changes in the Consumer Price Index (CPI) and changes to the Riverside County landfill tipping fees. The modification methodology is outlined in the franchise agreement and is based on the previous year's rate multiplied by the CPI. The landfill tipping fee increase or decrease is a pass -through component of the rates. For the Fiscal Year 2019-20 Solid Waste and Recycling Schedule of Rates, the annual average (January — December) CPI as reported by the U.S. Department of Labor Bureau of Labor Statistics for the Los Angeles -Long Beach -Anaheim increased by 3.07%, compared to the annual average CPI in 2018. The Riverside County Department of Waste Resources increased their tipping fee for Fiscal Year 2019-20 by 3.05%. In addition to the standard rate adjustment, CR&R is requesting an extraordinary cost adjustment to the residential rate. Item #22 of Exhibit D of the franchise agreement with CR&R allows CR&R to request extraordinary increase or decreases in its cost of collection, subject to City Council approval. The reason for CR&R's request is the result of China's actions limiting the import of recyclables into China, known as the China Sword, which went into effect in January of 2018. The impact of the China Sword is felt worldwide as the value of recyclable materials have substantially fallen, creating a surplus of materials in the market, and reducing the ability of CR&R to offset the revenue from the sale of recyclable materials. The City Sustainability Program Committee (Stewart/Rahn) discussed the requested extraordinary cost adjustment and recommends the City Council adopt the rate adjustment as proposed by CR&R. Based on the combination of an increase in CPI, an increase in landfill tipping fees, and the request for extraordinary recycling cost, the residential rates will increase by approximately 5.2%, from the current rate of $23.19 per month to $24.46 per month. Commercial rates vary based on the bin size and frequency of collection, but are generally expected to increase by approximately 3%. FISCAL IMPACT: Solid waste and recycling services are paid for directly by the customers receiving the services. No additional costs will be incurred by the City of Temecula. ATTACHMENTS: 1. Resolution 2. Exhibit D — Schedule of Rates 3. Consumer Price Index — Bureau of Labor Statistics 4. Department of Waste Resources — Disposal Fee Increase RESOLUTION NO. 19- A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA APPROVING SOLID WASTE AND RECYCLING RATES FOR FISCAL YEAR 2019-20 THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA DOES HEREBY RESOLVE AS FOLLOWS: Section 1. The City of Temecula and CR&R Incorporated entered into an exclusive solid waste Franchise Agreement on May 28, 1991, as amended on August 27, 1996, June 24, 1997, July 25, 2000, June 13, 2006, and October 27, 2015 ("Franchise Agreement"), for the collection, transportation, recycling, composting, and disposal of solid waste and construction debris and for providing temporary bin/roll off services in the City. A. The Franchise Agreement specifically provides for annual rate adjustments based on certain predefined criteria, specifically the annual average change in Consumer Price Index ("CPI"), and changes to the County of Riverside landfill tipping fees. B. The Franchise Agreement further provides that a formula be used to calculate the rate adjustments on an annual basis using the following factors: 1. The annual average CPI from January through December of the previous fiscal year. For the 2018 calendar year, the CPI increased by 3.07% and will be applied to the Fiscal Year 2019-20 rate calculation. 2. The Riverside County Department of Waste Resources landfill tipping fee increased by 3.05% from the previous fiscal year and will be applied to the Fiscal Year 2019-20 rate calculation. B. Item #22 of Exhibit D of the Franchise Agreement with CR&R allows CR&R to request extraordinary increase or decreases in its cost of collection, subject to City Council approval. 1. China's actions limiting the import of recyclables into China, known as China Sword, and which went into effect in January of 2018, has substantially reduced the ability of CR&R to offset the revenue from the sale of recyclable materials, resulting in CR&R's request for an extraordinary cost adjustment. 2. The requested extraordinary cost adjustment amounts to $0.54 per home per month and will be applied to the Fiscal Year 2019-2020 rate calculation. C. The Franchise Agreement provides that the solid waste rate adjustments are to be adopted by the City Council by Resolution based upon the application of the formula set forth in the Franchise Agreement. Section 2. The City of Temecula City Council approves the solid waste and recycling rate adjustments as shown in Exhibit D for Fiscal Year 2019-20, as set forth in the Franchise Agreement. Section 3. The City Clerk shall certify to the passage and adoption of the Resolution. PASSED, APPROVED, AND ADOPTED by the City Council of the City of Temecula this 1 lth day of June, 2019. Michael S. Naggar, Mayor ATTEST: Randi Johl, City Clerk [SEAL] STATE OF CALIFORNIA ) COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE ) ss CITY OF TEMECULA ) I, Randi Johl, City Clerk of the City of Temecula, do hereby certify that the foregoing Resolution No. 19- was duly and regularly adopted by the City Council of the City of Temecula at a meeting thereof held on the 11 th day of June, 2019, by the following vote: AYES: COUNCIL MEMBERS: NOES: COUNCIL MEMBERS: ABSTAIN: COUNCIL MEMBERS: ABSENT: COUNCIL MEMBERS: Randi Johl, City Clerk CITY OF TEMECULA EXHIBIT "D" Schedule of Rates (effective July 1, 2019) I Mechanized single family detached residential collection, recycling, composting, transfer, and disposal grantee billing Monthly Rate (without Extraordinary Recycling Fee) Monthly AD Rate $ 2.12 Extraordinary Recycling Fee $ 0,54 2 Mechanized single family detached residential collection, recycling, composting, transfer, and disposal parcel charge Monthly Rate (without Extraordinary Recycling Fee) $ 21.80 Monthly AD Rate $ 2,12 Extraordinary Recycling Fee $ 0,54 3 Mechanized single family detached residential additional refuse, and composting container grantee billing Monthly Rate: $ 9.85 4 Single family detached residential additional bulky item pickup -grantee billing Pick Up Rate: 5 Commercial. industrial, and multi -family residential refuse monthly bin rates (one 2 cubic yard bin) with the following pick ups per week: Compacted 2 Cubic Yard monthly rate: 1 x week $ 102.67 2 x week $ 204,15 3 x week $ 305,61 4 x week $ 407.07 5 x week $ 508,54 6 x week $ 610,00 7 x week $ 711.49 2.5 x monthly rate 6 Commercial, industrial, and multi -family residential refuse monthly bin rates (one 3 cubic yard bin) with the following pick ups per week: Compacted 3 Cubic Yazd monthly: 1 x week $ 117.63 2 x week $ 234.08 3 xweek $ 350,55 4 x week $ 466.98 5 x week $ 583.40 6 x week $ 699,85 7 x week $ 816,31 2.5 x monthly rate 7 Commercial, industrial, and multi -family residential recvcline monthly bin rates (one 3 cubic yard bin) with the following pick ups per week: t x week $ 50.25 2 x week $ 100.51 3 x week $ 150.74 4 x week $ 200.99 5 x week $ 251,21 6 x week $ 301.47 7 x week $ 351.68 8 Commercial, industrial, and multi -family residential refuse monthly bin rates (one 4 cubic yard bin) with the following pick ups per week: Compacted 4 Cubic Yard monthly rate: 1 x week $ 132.64 2 x week $ 264.12 3 x week $ 395.58 4 x week $ 527.07 5 x week $ 658,52 6 x week $ 789.98 7 x week $ 921.46 2.5 x monthly rate CITY OF TEMECULA EXHIBIT "D" Schedule of Rates (effective July 1, 2019) 9 Commercial, industrial, and Too lti-famIly residential recyclin¢ monthly bin rates ( one 4 cubic yard bin )with the following pick ups per week: 1 x week $ 66.52 2 x week $ 133,09 3 x week $ 199.59 4 x week $ 266.14 5 x week $ 332,68 6 x week $ 399.22 7 x week $ 465.72 Commercial, industrial, and multi -family residential recvcline monthly cart rate ( one 96 gallon cart) with the following pick ups per week: 1 x week $ 44.87 10 Temporary 3 cubic yard bin rate: $ 103.77 11 Extra Temporary or Regular Service pick up: $ 57.16 per pick up (Includes all bin sizes 2, 3 and 4 yards) 12 Redeliver and reinstatement rate: $ 41.64 per occurrence 13 Roll -off Delivery Fee: $ 72.62 per bin 14 Roll -off disposal rate: $ 235.15 + 15 Roll -off recycling rate: $ 235.15 plus market value 16 Roll -off compactor rate: $ 327.41 + 17 Roll -off recycling compactor rate: $ 327.41 plus market value 18 Scheduled Extra Green Waste pick up (up to 10 bags): $ 10.00 per pick up 19 Non -Scheduled Extra Green Waste pick up (up to 10 bags): $ 25.00 per pick up 20 E-Waste Pick up: no charge 21 "Hard to service" vehicle usage rate: no charge 22 "Hard to service" bin moving rate: no charge 23 Special bin lids (locldng/CBL) rate: no charge 24 Deodorizing / replacing bin rate: no charge 25 Recycle Bin Contamination $ 49.06 26 MRF Fee: $ 50.76 per ton 27 C&D Fee: $ 50.76 per ton 28 Inert Disposal: $ 130.98 per load 29 AD Fee: $ 78.87 per ton 30 Extra Food Waste Pail $ 7.21 each CITY OF TEMECULA EXHIBIT "D" Schedule of Rates (effective July 1, 2019) Commercial Organie AD Rates 31 Commercial, industrial, and multi -family residential non-food monthly bin rates( one 2 cubic yard bin) with the following pickups per week: 1 x week $ 141.42 2xweek $ 281,84 3 x week $ 422.26 4 x week $ 562.68 5 x week $ 703,12 6 x week $ 843.53 7 x week $ 983.96 32 Commercial, industrial, and multi -family residential food monthly bin rates (one 2 cubic yard bin) with the following pick ups per week: 1 x week $ 209.71 2 x week $ 418,46 3 x week $ 627.17 4 x week $ 835.87 5 x week $ 15044,63 6xweek $ 15253.34 7 x week $ 13462.06 33 Commercial, industrial, and multi -family residential non-food monthly bin rates (one 3 cubic yard bin) with the following pick ups per week: 1 x week $ 186.49 2 x week $ 372,02 3 x week $ 557.52 4 x week $ 743.04 5 x week $ 928,52 6 x week $ 1,114.03 7 x week $ 1,299.56 34 Commercial, industrial, and multi -family residential non-food monthly bin rates (64-gallon cart) with the following pick ups per week 1 x week $ 38.78 2xweek $ 77.55 3 x week $ 116.34 4 x week $ 155.11 5 x week $ 193.90 6 x week $ 232.68 Extra pickup $ 28.22 35 Commercial, industrial, and mulfl-family residential food monthly in rates (64-gallon cart) with the following pick ups per week: 1 x week $ 52.19 2xweek $ 104.38 3 x week $ 156.57 4 x week $ 208.77 5 x week $ 260.96 6 x week $ 313.16 Extra pickup $ 37.98 3/13/2019 1 Home I Subjects I Data Tools I Publications Bureau of Labor Statistics Data A so Z L`dex I FAQs I About BLS � Coclar_t Us Subscribe to E-mail Updates Follow Us ; WhaVs New I Release Calendar ; Bloy Search BLS.gov IEconomic Releases IStudents I_ eta Databases, Tables & Calculators by Subject Change Output Options: From: 2009 • : To: 2019 • l9 O include graphs Ll include annual averages Data extracted on: March 13, 2019 (4:52:57 PM) CPI -All Urban Consumers (Current Series) More Fnrmattiitt3 Optians=*� Series Id: CUURS49ASAOL2 Not Seasonally Adjusted Series Title: All items less shelter in Los Angeles -Long Beach -Anaheim, CA, all urban consumers, not seasonally adjusted Area: Los Angeles -Long Beach -Anaheim, CA Item: All items less shelter Base Period: 1982-84=100 Download: MAIM Year Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul AugSep Oct Nov Dec Annual HALF1 HALF2 2009 196.609 1197.413 197.286 197.740 199.044 201.143 201.358 202.374 203.480 203.880 202.999 202.664 200.499 198.206 202.793 2010 203.971 203.802 205.285 205.774 206.399 205.431 205.740 205.834 205.164 206.379 205.234 206.460 205.456 205.110 205.802 2011 209.062 210.664 214.028 215.498 215.467 213.808 212.202 .212.976 214.564 214.597 214.215 212.343 213.285 213.088 213.483 2012 214.742 215.904 218.816 218.468 218.457 216.740 216,127 218.077 219.094 221.751 218.360 215.928 217.705 217.188 218.223 2013 218.522 220.919 221.001 219.482 219.521 219.075 218.592 218.636 1218.948 219.128 1217.484 217.339 1219.054 219.753 218.355 2014 218.614 1219.973 221.974 221.692 222.926 222.942 222.330 221.841 221.494 220.815 218.208 216.134 220.745 221.353 220.137 2015 214.533 216.374 219.281 218.858 222.010 220.669 222.521 221.135 1219.652 219.771 219.247 218.173 219.352 218.621 220.083 2016 220.019 219.387 219.558 220.292 221.281 221.134 220.438 219.575 219.676 220.640 218.881 218.445 219.944 220.279 219.609 2017 220.314 221.681 222.476 223.272 223.918 223.265 223.536 223.663 224.951 225.188 225.503 225.322 223.591 222.488 224.694 2018 227.716 229.387 229.885 230.208 230.818 229.915 230.487 230.417 231.225 233.375 231.868 230.095 230.450 229.655 231.245 2019 231.460 231.196 ' 12-Month Percent Change Series Id: CUURS49ASAOL2 Not Seasonally Adjusted Series Title: All items less shelter in Los Angeles -Long Beach -Anaheim, CA, all urban consumers, not seasonally adjusted Area: Los Angeles -Long Beach -Anaheim, CA Item: All items less shelter Base Period: 1982-84=100 Download: IM,xlsx Year Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul AugSep Oct Nov Dec Annual HALF1 HALF2 2009 -1.5 -1.2 -2.7 -3.2 -3.8 -4.1 -4.3 -2.7 -1.5 -0.3 2.2 3.9 -1.7 -2.8 -0.5 2010 3.7 3.2 4.1 4.1 3.7 2.1 2.2 1.7 0.8 1.2 1.1 1.9 2.5 3.5 1.5 2011 2.5 3.4 4.3 4.7 4.4 4.1 3.1 3.5 4.6 4.0 4.4 2.8 3.8 3.9 3.7 2012 2.7 2.5 2.2 1.4 1.41 1.4 1.8 2.4 2.1 3.3 1.9 1.7 2.1 1.9 2.2 2013 1.8 2.3 1.0 0.5 0.5 1.1 1.1 0.3 -0.1 J -1.2 -0.4 0.7 0.6 1.21 0.1 2014 0.0 -0.4 0.4 1.0 1.6 1.8 1.7 1.5 1.2 0.81 0.3 -0.6 0.8 0.7 0.8 2015 -1.9 -1.6 -1.2 -1.3 -0.4 -1.0 0.1 -0.3 -0.8 -0.5 0.5 0.9 -0.6 -1.2 0.0 2016 2.6 1.4 0.1 0.7 -0.3 0.2 -0.9 -0.7 0.0 0.4 -0.2 0.1 0.3 0.8 -0.2 2017 0.1 1.0 1.3 1.4 1.2 1.01 1.4 1.9 2.4 2.1 3.0 3.1 1.7 1.0 2.3 2018 3.4 3.5 3.3 3.1 3.1 3.0 3.1 3.0 2.8 3.6 2.8 2.1 3.11 3.21 2.9 2019 1 1.61 0.8 TOOLS CALCULATORS HELP INFO RESOURCES hftps:Hdata.bls.gov/pdq/SurveyOutputServlet 1 /2 —'*\ RIVERSIDE COUNTY e _ DEPARTMENT OF Hans W. Kernkamp, General Manager -Chief Engineer DATE: April 3, 2019 TO: Waste Haulers FROM: Sandra Green — Assistant General Manage( Riverside County Department of Waste Reso rks RE: Disposal Fee Increase — FY 2019/2020 The Riverside County Department of Waste Resources (Department) is responsible for assuring that there is, and will be in the future, sufficient and accessible landfill space to properly serve the population of the County in its disposal needs. To fulfill this mandate, the Department continually maintains and expands County landfill sites, and encourages, supports and develops recycling programs that minimize the dependence 'on landfill disposal facilities. Due to sustained increases in labor expenses, capital improvement costs,. regulatory compliance costs and closed site maintenance, an increase in disposal rates is essential to allow for continued and improved services. This letter serves as a notice that subject to approval by the Riverside County Board of Supervisors, landfill disposal rates will increase in FY 19/20 by the Consumer Price Index (CPI). which is 3.05% for calendar year 2018. If approved, the new rates will become effective for tonnage deliveries starting on July 1, 2019. The Department is also proposing an increase to the current rate for processed green waste used as Alternative Daily Cover (ADC) from $24.00 per ton to $32.00 per ton. As you are aware, AB 1594 will eliminate the diversion benefit that currently exists and ADC placed in the landfill will constitute disposal beginning January 1, 2020. Our goal is to gradually increase the ADC rate to equal the disposal rate (currently $39.31 per ton) between now and FY 20/21. While the use of ADC in the landfill system has been significantly reduced over the Iast several years due to the increased use of tarps to cover waste (14,000 tons in 2017, 10,000 tons in 2018), any additional revenue generated by the proposed increase will be allocated to the Department's ongoing advancement of diversion and organics processing within Riverside County. Processed green waste used as erosion control at the landfills will continue to be charged at the $ 10 per ton rate for the foreseeable future, as it provides a beneficial use to the landfill system. Thank you for your past cooperation and support. We appreciate your careful consideration and understanding of the natter. SG:sg cc: Keith Jones, LEA D0ffi(1r eric 7 �r eel,.214�orgeno-VirN'6691"- fttfWISO . Fax (951) 486-3205 • Fax (951) 486-3230 www.rcwaste.org 0 Printed on recycled paper Item No. 9 CITY OF TEMECULA AGENDA REPORT TO: City Manager/City Council FROM: Luke Watson, Director of Community Development DATE: June 11, 2019 SUBJECT: Approve the Third Amendment to the Disposition and Development Agreement for the Town Square Marketplace Development Between the Successor Agency to the Temecula Redevelopment Agency, the City of Temecula, and Town Square Marketplace Old Town, LLC. Located at APNs 922-360-004, 005, 006, 007 PREPARED BY: Lynn Kelly -Lehner, Principal Management Analyst RECOMMENDATION: That the City Council adopt a resolution entitled: RESOLUTION NO. 19 - A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA APPROVING THE THIRD AMENDMENT TO THE DISPOSITION AND DEVELOPMENT AGREEMENT BY AND AMONG THE CITY OF TEMECULA, SUCCESSOR AGENCY TO THE TEMECULA REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY, AND TOWN SQUARE MARKETPLACE OLD TOWN, LLC CONVEYING APPROXIMATELY ONE ACRE OF PROPERTY LOCATED ON MAIN STREET WEST OF MERCEDES STREET BACKGROUND: The Subject Property, also known as the Town Square Marketplace (TSMP), is considered the third and final phase of the overall Civic Center development. The Subject Property consists of the vacant pads flanking the Town Square Park to the north and south. Town Square Marketplace is envisioned as a commercial mixed -use development that will complement the Civic Center and Town Square Park. In March 2014, staff met the Civic Center Subcommittee (Subcommittee), then consisting of Council Members Comerchero and Roberts, to receive direction on the future development of the TSMP. On March 11, 2014, the City issued a Request for Interest to solicit interest from qualified firms for the development of the TSMP, at the direction of the Subcommittee. On August 14, 2014, the Subcommittee, along with staff, conducted interviews of the three applicants. The Subcommittee unanimously chose Town Square Marketplace Old Town, LLC (also known as Truax Development) as the preferred candidate to enter into an Exclusive Negotiating Agreement and Disposition and Development Agreement. On December 13, 2016, the City Council and the Successor Agency approved a Disposition and Development Agreement (DDA) with Truax Development outlining the terms of the purchase and sale of the property, due diligence period, schedule of performance, deposit, scope of development, and close of escrow. On June 12, 2018, the City Council and Successor Agency approved the First Amendment to the DDA amending the term involving the close of escrow by extending the term by an additional six (6) from the approval of the amendment to allow for the proper analysis of a current appraisal of the property. The amendment also required that the Developer bear the cost of all future appraisals. On December 11, 2018, the City Council and Successor Agency approved the Second Amendment to the DDA to extend the close of escrow to June 13, 2019. Neither the City nor the Successor Agency have an obligation to extend the term beyond this date. This amendment included a provision stipulating that if the Developer does not complete all foundation work within 18 calendar months after the close of escrow, the City may elect to purchase back the property at the purchase price the developer paid, minus fees. The Developer is requesting an additional extension to the close of escrow to December 13, 2019. If the close of escrow does not occur by such date, then any party not then in default may terminate the DDA. FISCAL IMPACT: The TSMP site is a former Redevelopment Agency owned property. Due to the dissolution of the Redevelopment Agency in 2012, the site was transferred to the Successor Agency to the Temecula Redevelopment Agency. Legislation pertaining to the dissolution of Redevelopment required the Successor Agency to produce a Long Range Property Management Plan (LRPMP), in which the Successor Agency was required to identify any former non -housing properties that was owned by the Successor Agency, and the intention of development and or disposition of the properties. The LRPMP identified the TSMP site as "retained for future development." While the site was purchased with funds sourced solely from the former Temecula Redevelopment Agency, Redevelopment dissolution law requires that when former Redevelopment Agency properties are sold, the proceeds of the sale must be divided up amongst the taxing entities that received property tax, based on their proportionate share of each property tax dollar collected. Based on the proportionate share of each property tax dollar collected by the County of Riverside, the proceeds of the sale of the TSMP site that would be disbursed back to the City is estimated to be approximately $150,000 (approximately 5%). Section 3.8 of the DDA stipulates that the City's portion of the sales proceeds are to reimburse the Developer for actual costs incurred in the construction of the public restrooms and electrical infrastructure for the Town Square Park. Further, the Redevelopment dissolution law requires that the site be sold at fair market value. If the site is not sold at fair market value, then the Successor Agency must negotiate Compensation Agreements with each individual taxing entity receiving property tax and the developer would be subject to prevailing wage requirements. The Successor Agency is proposing to sell the property at fair market value, and will not be required to enter into Compensation Agreements with the taxing entities. ATTACHMENTS: 1. Third Amendment to Disposition and Development Agreement 2. Council Resolution THIRD AMENDMENT TO DISPOSITION AND DEVELOPMENT AGREEMENT by and among the SUCCESSOR AGENCY TO THE TEMECULA REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY, the CITY OF TEMECULA, a municipal corporation and TOWN SQUARE MARKETPLACE OLD TOWN, LLC, a California limited liability company THIRD AMENDMENT TO DISPOSITION AND DEVELOPMENT AGREEMENT THIS THIRD AMENDMENT TO DISPOSITION AND DEVELOPMENT AGREEMENT (the "Amendment") is dated as of June 11, 2019, and is entered into by and among the SUCCESSOR AGENCY TO THE TEMECULA REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY (the "Successor Agency"), the CITY OF TEMECULA, a municipal corporation ("City") and TOWN SQUARE MARKETPLACE OLD TOWN, LLC, a California limited liability company ("Developer"). RECITALS A. The City and the Successor Agency entered into a Disposition and Development Agreement dated December 13, 2016 and amended it by a First Amendment to Disposition and Development Agreement dated June 12, 2018, and a Second Amendment to Disposition and Development Agreement dated December 11, 2018 (as so amended, the "DDA") which provided for, among other things, the sale of certain land and improvements by the Successor Agency to the City, and then by the City to the Developer for the purpose of developing a commercial project with assorted retail and restaurants. B. The Developer has requested that the City modify the DDA to extend the deadline for the Close of Escrow. NOW, THEREFORE, in consideration of the foregoing recitals and other considerations, the adequacy of which is hereby acknowledged, the City, the Successor Agency, and the Developer hereby agree as follows: 1. DDA Modifications. Section 2.3 of the DDA is hereby amended to read as follows: "2.3 Opening and Closing of Escrow. Within three (3) business days after the date this Agreement is fully executed and delivered to Developer, the Parties shall deposit with Escrow Holder a fully executed duplicate original of this Agreement as the initial escrow instructions for the Escrow, and shall cause an escrow (the "Escrow") to be opened with Escrow Holder for the sale of the Property by the City to Developer. The City and Developer shall provide such additional instructions as shall be necessary and consistent with this Agreement. The Close of Escrow is conditioned upon the satisfaction (or written waiver) of the conditions set forth in Sections 2.5 and 2.6. Escrow must close (the "Close of Escrow") on or before December 13, 2019 and neither the Successor Agency nor the City shall have any obligation whatsoever, express or implied, to extend such date for any reason. If the Close of Escrow does not occur by such date (as it may have been so extended), then any party not then in default may terminate this Agreement by written notice to the other and all the funds and documents deposited with Escrow Agent shall be promptly refunded or returned, as the case may be, by Escrow Agent to the depositing party, except that all escrow and title cancellation fees shall be paid by Developer." -1- 2. Condition Precedent. The effectiveness of this Amendment is conditioned upon the approval of this Amendment by the Oversight Board for the Successor Agency. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the Parties hereto have entered into this Amendment as of the day and year first above written. DEVELOPER: TOWN SQUARE MARKETPLACE OLD TOWN LLC, a California limited liability company By: BIIAJ, LLC, a California limited liability company Managing Member By: Bernard L. Truax II, Manager CITY: CITY OF TEMECULA Lo Michael S. Naggar Mayor ATTEST: Randi Johl, City Clerk APPROVED AS TO FORM: By: Peter Thorson City Attorney SUCCESSOR AGENCY: SUCCESSOR AGENCY TO THE TEMECULA REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY By: Michael S. Naggar Chairp -2- RESOLUTION NO. 19- A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA APPROVING THE THIRD AMENDMENT TO THE DISPOSITION AND DEVELOPMENT AGREEMENT BY AND AMONG THE CITY OF TEMECULA, SUCCESSOR AGENCY TO THE TEMECULA REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY, AND TOWN SQUARE MARKETPLACE OLD TOWN, LLC CONVEYING APPROXIMATELY ONE ACRE OF PROPERTY LOCATED ON MAIN STREET WEST OF MERCEDES STREET THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA DOES HEREBY RESOLVE AS FOLLOWS: Section 1. Recitals (a) The City of Temecula, Successor Agency to the Temecula Redevelopment Agency, and Town Square Marketplace Old Town, LLC entered into a Disposition and Development Agreement dated as of December 13, 2016 ("DDA") providing for the Successor Agency's conveyance to the City of four parcels of real property composed of approximately one acre and located at the intersection of Main Street and Mercedes Street across from City Hall and the City's conveyance of such parcels to the Town Square Market Place Old Town, LLC for development as specified in the DDA. (b) On June 12, 2018, entered into the First Amendment of the Disposition and Development Agreement, thereby extending the date for the close of escrow to December 12, 2018. (c) On December 11, 2018, entered into the Second Amendment of the Disposition and Development Agreement, thereby extending the date for the close of escrow to June 13, 2019. (d) The parties now wish to extend the date for the close of escrow to December 13, 2019 for the transactions described in the DDA by approving the Third Amendment to the DDA. Section 2. Approval of Third Amendment. The City Council hereby approves the "THIRD AMENDMENT TO THE DISPOSITION AND DEVELOPMENT AGREEMENT BY AND AMONG THE CITY OF TEMECULA, SUCCESSOR AGENCY TO THE TEMECULA REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY, AND TOWN SQUARE MARKETPLACE OLD TOWN, LLC" and authorizes the Mayor to execute said Third Amendment on behalf of the City in substantially the form presented to the City Council. Section 3. Certification. The City Clerk shall certify the adoption of this Resolution. PASSED, APPROVED, AND ADOPTED by the City Council of the City of Temecula this 1 lth day of June, 2019. Michael S. Naggar, Mayor ATTEST: Randi Johl, City Clerk [SEAL] STATE OF CALIFORNIA ) COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE ) ss CITY OF TEMECULA ) I, Randi Johl, City Clerk of the City of Temecula, do hereby certify that the foregoing Resolution No. 19- was duly and regularly adopted by the City Council of the City of Temecula at a meeting thereof held on the 1 lth day of June, 2019, by the following vote: AYES: COUNCIL MEMBERS: NOES: COUNCIL MEMBERS: ABSTAIN: COUNCIL MEMBERS: ABSENT: COUNCIL MEMBERS: Randi Johl, City Clerk Item No. 10 CITY OF TEMECULA AGENDA REPORT TO: City Manager/City Council FROM: Patrick Thomas, Director of Public Works/City Engineer DATE: June 11, 2019 SUBJECT: Approve Tract Map 37368 (Located on the East Side of Butterfield Stage Road Between Calle Chapos and Murrieta Hot Springs Road) PREPARED BY: Ron Moreno, Senior Civil Engineer RECOMMENDATION: That the City Council: Approve Tract Map 37368 in conformance with the Conditions of Approval; 2. Approve the Subdivision Improvement and Monumentation Agreements with the Developer; 3. Authorize the City Manager to execute the agreements on behalf of the City. BACKGROUND: Woodside 05 S, LP, A California Limited Partnership Tract Map 37368 has been approved for subdivision purposes to create 26 parcels on 382.8 acres for residential, public park, private recreation center, and open space development for Roripaugh Ranch Phase II, now known as "Sommers Bend". The property covered by this Tract Map is located on the east side of Butterfield Stage Road between Calle Chapos and Murrieta Hot Springs Road. The Tract Map subdivides Lots 7 through 11 and lettered Lots "r', "J", and "L ' of Tract Map number 29353-2, as filed in Book 32, Page 73 through 85, inclusive, of maps, Lots 1 through 15 and lettered Lot "A" of Tract Map 29353, as filed in Book 401, pages 89 through 96, inclusive of maps. Securities have been posted for the public improvements and monumentation as conditioned by the approval of Tentative Map 37368 by the planning commission on June 20, 2018. The property owner/developer has met the terms of the Conditions of Approval for map recordation, and this Tract Map is in conformance with the approved Tentative Tract Map. The approval of a Subdivision Map, which substantially complies with the approved Tentative Tract Map, is a mandatory ministerial act under State law. FISCAL IMPACT: None ATTACHMENTS: 1. Fees and Securities Report 2. Vicinity Map 3. Tract Map 37368 (reduced copy) CITY OF TEMECULA DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS FEES AND SECURITIES REPORT TRACT MAP 37368 Date: May 22, 2019 IMPROVEMENTS FAITHFUL PERFORMANCE LABOR & MATERIALS SECURITY SECURITY Street and Drainage Improvements — Loop Road (Mapped as $ 8,705,000 $ 4,352,500 Sommers Bend Traffic Signal - Nicolas @ Butterfield $ 484,000 $ 242,000 Stage Road Traffic Signal - Murrieta Hot Springs @ $ 422,500 $ 211,250 Butterfield Stage Road Traffic Signal — Calle Chapos @ $ 527,000 $ 263,500 Butterfield Stage Road MONUMENTATION SECURITY Monumentation $ 54,320 DEVELOPMENT FEES RCFC&WCD (ADP) Fee Paid Development Impact Fees Development Agreement Planning Fee Fire Fee CSD Fee Plan Check Fee Fees Paid To Date Balance of Fees Due SERVICE FEES: $ 774 $ 284 $ 1345 $ 4334 $ 6737 $0 AULD RD � 0 MURRIETA HOT �p SPRINGS �D �oJ S/TE 79 NZCC\-p,S RD cn o0 � C CANTRELL D —' RD "M mm 15 LA SERENA o WAY F- 0 MARGARITA RD APO MEADOWS PKWY VICINITY MAP N.T.S. 1770 IOWAAVENUE - SUITE 100 RIVERSIDE, CA 92507 VICINITY M A P 951.782.0707 (FAX)951.782.0723 ENGINEERING COMPANY rickengineering.com C Riverside San Diego - Orange - San LuisObispo- Bakersfield - Sacramento - Phoenix - Tucson SCALE: N.T.J. DATE, MAY 9, 2019 0 G:\17883\17883 AM - Survey-Mapping\Survey\FinalMap\17883exb02-VicinityMap.dgn PLOT DATE: 09-MAY-2019 JN 17883 TOTAL NUMBERED LOTS: 26 TOTAL LETTERED LOTS: 2 TOTAL NET AREA: 366.161 ACRES TOTAL GROSS AREA: 382.762 ACRES OWNER'S STATEMENT WE HEREBY STATE THAT WE ARE THE OWNERS OF THE LAND INCLUDED WITHIN THE SUBDIVISION SHOWN HEREON; THAT WE ARE THE ONLY PERSONS WHOSE CONSENT IS NECESSARY TO PASS A CLEAR TITLE TO SAID LAND; THAT WE CONSENT TO THE MAKING AND RECORDING OF THIS SUBDIVISION MAP AS SHOWN WITHIN THE DISTINCTIVE BORDER LINE. WE HEREBY DEDICATE AN EASEMENT TO THE PUBLIC FOR PUBLIC PURPOSES. LOT "A" FOR STREET AND PUBLIC UTILITY PURPOSES. WE ALSO HEREBY DEDICATE ABUTTERS RIGHTS OF ACCESS ALONG BUTTERFIELD STAGE ROAD TO THE PUBLIC. THE OWNERS OF LOTS 15, 19, 20, 26 AND LOT "B" ABUTTING THIS HIGHWAY AND DURING SUCH TIME WILL HAVE NO RIGHTS OF ACCESS EXCEPT THE GENERAL EASEMENT OF TRAVEL; ALSO EXCEPTING THE ONE (1) TWENTY FOOT ACCESS OPENING FOR LOT 20. ANY CHANGE OF ALIGNMENT OR WIDTH THAT RESULTS IN THE VACATION THEREOF SHALL TERMINATE THIS DEDICATION AS TO THE PART VACATED. WE ALSO HEREBY DEDICATE AN EASEMENT FOR PUBLIC PURPOSES: STORM DRAIN EASEMENTS LYING WITHIN LOT 14 AND LOT 26 AS SHOWN HEREON. THE DEDICATION IS FOR THE CONSTRUCTION AND MAINTENANCE OF FLOOD CONTROL FACILITIES. WE ALSO HEREBY DEDICATE AN EASEMENT TO THE PUBLIC FOR PUBLIC PURPOSES: DRAINAGE EASEMENT LYING WITHIN LOTS "B", 20 AND 21 AS SHOWN HEREON. THE DEDICATION IS FOR THE CONSTRUCTION AND MAINTENANCE OF DRAINAGE FACILITIES. WE ALSO HEREBY DEDICATE AN EASEMENT FOR PUBLIC PURPOSES: PUBLIC ACCESS EASEMENT LYING WITHIN LOTS 10, 11, 13 AND 14 AS SHOWN HEREON. THE DEDICATION IS FOR PUBLIC ACCESS PURPOSES. WE HEREBY RETAIN LOT "B" FOR PRIVATE USE FOR THE SOLE BENEFIT OF OURSELVES, OUR SUCCESSORS, ASSIGNEES AND LOT OWNERS WITHIN THIS TRACT MAP. WE ALSO HEREBY RETAIN THE PRIVATE DRAINAGE EASEMENTS AS SHOWN HEREON WITHIN LOTS 11, 19 AND 23 FOR PRIVATE USE FOR THE SOLE BENEFIT OF OURSELVES, OUR SUCCESSORS, ASSIGNEES AND LOT OWNERS WITHIN THIS TRACT MAP. WE ALSO HEREBY RETAIN THE PRIVATE ACCESS AND PRIVATE UTILITY EASEMENT AS SHOWN HEREON WITHIN LOTS 1 THROUGH 10, INCLUSIVE, LOTS 12 THROUGH 16, INCLUSIVE, LOT 18 AND LOT 25. FOR PRIVATE USE FOR THE SOLE BENEFIT OF OURSELVES, OUR SUCCESSORS, ASSIGNEES AND LOT OWNERS WITHIN THIS TRACT MAP. WE ALSO HEREBY RETAIN THE PRIVATE DRAINAGE EASEMENT AS SHOWN HEREON WITHIN LOTS 10, 12, 15, 18. 24 AND 25 FOR PRIVATE USE FOR THE SOLE BENEFIT OF OURSELVES, OUR SUCCESSORS, ASSIGNEES AND LOT OWNERS WITHIN THIS TRACT MAP. WE ALSO HEREBY RETAIN THE PRIVATE MULTI -USE TRAIL EASEMENT AS SHOWN HEREON WITHIN LOTS 1 THROUGH 10, INCLUSIVE, LOTS 12 THROUGH 16, INCLUSIVE, LOT 18 AND LOT 25 FOR PRIVATE USE FOR THE SOLE BENEFIT OF OURSELVES, OUR SUCCESSORS, ASSIGNEES AND LOT OWNERS WITHIN THIS TRACT MAP. WE ALSO HEREBY RETAIN THE PRIVATE MULTI -USE TRAIL EASEMENT AND PRIVATE FUEL MODIFICATION EASEMENT AS SHOWN HEREON WITHIN LOTS 10, 11, 13 AND 14 FOR PRIVATE USE FOR THE SOLE BENEFIT OF OURSELVES, OUR SUCCESSORS, ASSIGNEES AND LOT OWNERS WITHIN THIS TRACT MAP. OWNER: WOODS I DE 05S, LP, A CALIFORNIA LIMITED PARTNERSHIP BY- NAME: CHRIS CHAMBERS TITLE: VICE PRESIDENT, WDS GP, INC. A CALIFORNIA CORPORATION AS GENERAL PARTNER IN THE CITY OF TEMECULA, COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE , STATE OF CALIFORNIA TRACT MAP NO, 37368 BEING A SUBDIVISION OF LOTS 7 THROUGH 11 AND LETTERED LOTS "I"I "J" AND 1" OF TRACT MAP NO. 29353-2, AS FILED IN BOOK 342, PAGE 73 THROUGH 85, INCLUSIVE , OF MAPS, LOTS 1 THROUGH 15 AND LETTERED LOT "A" OF TRACT MAP 29353, AS FILED IN BOOK 401, PAGES 89 THROUGH 96, INCLUSIVE, OF MAPS, ALL IN THE CITY OF TEMECULA, COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE, STATE OF CALIFORNIA. LYING WITHIN SECTION 21, TOWNSHIP 7 SOUTH, RANGE 2 WEST, SAN BERNARDINO MERIDIAN. RICK ENGINEERING COMPANY NOTARY ACKNOWLEDGMENT A NOTARY PUBLIC OR OTHER OFFICER COMPLETING THIS CERTIFICATE VERIFIES ONLY THE IDENTITY OF THE INDIVIDUAL WHO SIGNED THE DOCUMENT TO WHICH THIS CERTIFICATE IS ATTACHED, AND NOT THE TRUTHFULNESS, ACCURACY, OR VALIDITY OF THE DOCUMENT. STATE OF CALIFORNIA COUNTY OF ON BEFORE ME, NOTARY PUBLIC PERSONALLY APPEARED JANUARY 2018 TAX COLLECTOR'S CERTIFICATE I HEREBY CERTIFY THAT ACCORDING TO THE RECORDS OF THIS OFFICE, AS OF THIS DATE, THERE ARE NO LIENS AGAINST THE PROPERTY SHOWN ON THE WITHIN MAP FOR UNPAID STATE, COUNTY, MUNICIPAL, OR LOCAL TAXES, OR SPECIAL ASSESSMENTS COLLECTED AS TAXES, EXCEPT TAXES OR SPECIAL ASSESSMENTS COLLECTED AS TAXES NOW A LIEN BUT NOT YET PAYABLE, WHICH ARE ESTIMATED TO BE $ DATE: A JON CHRISTENSEN COUNTY TAX COLLECTOR WHO PROVED TO ME ON THE BASIS OF SATISFACTORY EVIDENCE TO BE THE PERSON(S) WHOSE NAME(S) IS/ARE SUBSCRIBED TO THE WITHIN INSTRUMENT AND ACKNOWLEDGED TO ME THAT HE/SHE/THEY EXECUTED THE SAME IN HIS/HER/THEIR AUTHORIZED CAPACITY(IES), AND THAT BY HIS/HER/THEIR SIGNATURE(S) ON THE INSTRUMENT THE PERSON(S), OR THE ENTITY UPON BEHALF OF WHICH THE PERSON(S) ACTED, EXECUTED THE INSTRUMENT. I CERTIFY UNDER PENALTY OF PERJURY UNDER THE LAWS OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA THAT THE FOREGOING PARAGRAPH IS TRUE AND CORRECT. WITNESS MY HAND AND OFFICIAL SEAL SIGNATURE NAME: NOTARY PUBLIC IN AND FOR SAID COUNTY AND STATE PRINCIPAL COUNTY OF BUSINESS: COMMISSION EXPIRES: COMMISSION # OF NOTARY: TAX BOND CERTIFICATE I HEREBY CERTIFY THAT A BOND IN THE SUM OF $ HAS BEEN EXECUTED AND FILED WITH THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS OF THE COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE, CALIFORNIA, CONDITIONED UPON THE PAYMENT OF ALL TAXES, STATE, COUNTY, MUNICIPAL OR LOCAL, AND ALL SPECIAL ASSESSMENTS COLLECTED AS TAXES, WHICH AT THE TIME OF FILING OF THIS MAP WITH THE COUNTY RECORDER ARE A LIEN AGAINST SAID PROPERTY, BUT NOT YET PAYABLE, AND SAID BOND HAS BEEN DULY APPROVED BY SAID BOARD OF SUPERVISORS. DATE: CASH BOND JON CHRISTENSEN COUNTY TAX COLLECTOR M-V 20_ DEPUTY SIGNATURE OMISSIONS PURSUANT TO SECTION 66436 OF THE SUBDIVISION MAP ACT, THE SIGNATURES OF THE FOLLOWING OWNERS OF EASEMENTS AND/OR OTHER INTERESTS HAVE BEEN OMITTED: AN EASEMENT IN FAVOR OF GENERAL TELEPHONE COMPANY OF CALIFORNIA FOR PUBLIC UTILITIES AND INCIDENTAL PURPOSES RECORDED DECEMBER 5, 1988 AS INSTRUMENT NO. 88-354239, O.R. CANNOT BE PLOTTED FROM RECORD. TERMS, PROVISIONS AND EASEMENT(S) CONTAINED IN DOCUMENT ENTITLED "SEWER AGREEMENT AND GRANT OF EASEMENT" IN FAVOR OF ASHBY USA, LLC, A CALIFORNIA LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY AND VISTA DEL MONTE DEVELOPMENT, LLC, A CALIFORNIA LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY RECORDED APRIL 25, 2007 AS INST. NO. 2007-275935. EASEMENT CANNOT BE PLOTTED FROM RECORD. 20. DEPUTY ABANDONMENT NOTE PURSUANT TO SECTIONS 66434g AND 66499.20.2 OF THE SUBDIVISION MAP ACT, THE APPROVAL AND RECORDATION OF THIS TRACT MAP CONSTITUTES ABANDONMENT OF THE FOLLOWING: AN EASEMENT DEDICATED TO PUBLIC USE FOR STREET AND PUBLIC UTILITY PURPOSES AS SHOWN AS LOT "F" ON TRACT MAP 29353-2,AS FILED IN BOOK 342, PAGES 73 THROUGH 85, INCLUSIVE, LYING WITHIN THE BOUNDARY OF THIS TRACT MAP. AN EASEMENT FOR STREET, PUBLIC UTILITY, RIGHT OF INGRESS AND EGRESS FOR EMERGENCY AND SERVICE VEHICLES AND PUBLIC ROAD AS SHOWN AS LOT "A" ON TRACT MAP NO. 29353, AS FILED IN BOOK 401, PAGES 89 THROUGH 96, INCLUSIVE. LYING WITHIN THE BOUNDARY OF THIS TRACT MAP. AN EASEMENT DEDICATED TO PUBLIC USE FOR MULTI -USE TRAIL, PUBLIC ACCESS AND FUEL MODIFICATION PER TRACT MAP NO. 29353, MAP BOOK 401, PAGES 89-96. LYING WITHIN THE BOUNDARY OF THIS MAP. AN IRREVOCABLE OFFER OF DEDICATION FOR PUBLIC ROAD, STREET HIGHWAY AND UTILITY PURPOSES IN FAVOR OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA RECORDED JUNE 27, 2006 AS DOCUMENT NO. 2006-462952, O.R. LYING WITHIN THE BOUNDARY OF THIS TRACT MAP. AN IRREVOCABLE OFFER OF DEDICATION FOR PUBLIC ROAD, STREET HIGHWAY AND UTILITY PURPOSES IN FAVOR OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA RECORDED JUNE 27, 2006 AS DOCUMENT NO. 2006-462954, O.R. LYING WITHIN THE BOUNDARY OF THIS TRACT MAP. AN IRREVOCABLE OFFER OF DEDICATION FOR PUBLIC ROAD, STREET HIGHWAY AND UTILITY PURPOSES IN FAVOR OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA RECORDED JUNE 27, 2006 AS DOCUMENT NO. 2006-462955, O.R. LYING WITHIN THE BOUNDARY OF THIS TRACT MAP. AN IRREVOCABLE OFFER OF DEDICATION FOR PUBLIC ROAD, STREET HIGHWAY AND UTILITY PURPOSES IN FAVOR OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA RECORDED JUNE 27, 2006 AS DOCUMENT NO. 2006-462956, O.R. LYING WITHIN THE BOUNDARY OF THIS TRACT MAP. AN IRREVOCABLE OFFER OF DEDICATION FOR DRAINAGE, PURPOSES IN FAVOR OF RIVERSIDE COUNTY FLOOD CONTROL AND WATER CONSERVATION DISTRICT RECORDED APRIL 21, 2006 AS DOCUMENT NO. 2006-0290820, O.R. AND RECORDED APRIL 21, 2006 AS DOCUMENT NO. 2006-0290822, O.R. LYING WITHIN THE BOUNDARY OF THIS TRACT MAP. AN IRREVOCABLE OFFER OF DEDICATION FOR ACCESS, PURPOSES IN FAVOR OF RIVERSIDE COUNTY FLOOD CONTROL AND WATER CONSERVATION DISTRICT RECORDED APRIL 21, 2006 AS DOCUMENT NO. 2006-0290821, O.R. LYING WITHIN THE BOUNDARY OF THIS TRACT MAP. SOILS REPORT PURSUANT TO THE PROVISIONS OF SECTION 66490 OF THE STATE SUBDIVISION MAP ACT, A PRELIMINARY SOILS REPORT WAS PREPARED BY LEIGHTON AND ASSOCIATES, INC., REGISTERED IN THE STATE OF CA. PROJECT NO. 10967.108 ON JUNE 25, 2018, ON FILE IN THE OFFICE OF THE CITY ENGINEER, CITY OF TEMECULA. SECTION 21 TOWNSHIP 7 SOUTH, RANGE 2 WEST, SBM SHEET 1 OF 10 SHEETS RECORDER'S STATEMENT FILED THIS DAY OF 20- AT .M IN BOOK OF MAPS, AT PAGES AT THE REQUEST OF THE CITY CLERK OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA. NO. FEE: PETER ALDANA, ASSESSOR -COUNTY CLERK -RECORDER DEPUTY SUBDIVISION GUARANTEE: FIRST AMERICAN TITLE COMPANY SURVEYOR'S STATEMENT THIS MAP WAS PREPARED BY ME OR UNDER MY DIRECTION AND IS BASED UPON A FIELD SURVEY IN CONFORMANCE WITH THE REQUIREMENTS OF THE SUBDIVISION MAP ACT AND LOCAL ORDINANCE AT THE REQUEST OF WOODSIDE 05S, A CALIFORNIA LIMITED PARTNERSHIP IN JANUARY 2018. 1 HEREBY STATE THAT ALL MONUMENTS ARE OF THE CHARACTER AND OCCUPY THE POSITIONS INDICATED OR THAT THEY WILL BE SET IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE TERMS OF THE MONUMENT AGREEMENT FOR THE MAP AND THAT THE MONUMENTS ARE, OR WILL BE, SUFFICIENT TO ENABLE THE SURVEY TO BE RETRACED, AND THAT THIS FINAL MAP SUBSTANTIALLY CONFORMS TO THE CONDITIONALLY APPROVED TENTATIVE MAP. THIS SURVEY IS TRUE AND COMPLETE AS SHOWN. DATE: LAND S,j�\ v<v� \�� \�110 No. 8805 W I LL I AM ROHAL, L.S. 8805 CITY ENGINEER'S STATEMENT I HEREBY STATE THAT THIS MAP CONSISTING OF TEN (10) SHEETS HAS BEEN EXAMINED BY ME OR UNDER MY SUPERVISION AND FOUND TO BE SUBSTANTIALLY THE SAME AS IT APPEARED ON THE TENTATIVE MAP OF TRACT NO. 37368 AS FILED AND APPROVED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA ON JUNE 20, 2018, THE EXPIRATION DATE BEING JUNE 20, 2021. THAT ALL PROVISIONS OF APPLICABLE STATE LAW AND CITY REGULATIONS HAVE BEEN COMPLIED WITH, AND I AM SATISFIED THIS MAP IS TECHNICALLY CORRECT. DATED: 2019 KRIS R. W I NCHAK L.S. 6240 EXP. 3-31-20 (AS DELEGATED) CITY OF TEMECULA CITY CLERK'S STATEMENT FOR PATRICK A. THOMAS, CITY ENGINEER `AND J' 9 J No. L.S. 6240 a �IgTF OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA, STATE OF CALIFORNIA, BY ITS CITY CLERK, RANDI JOHL, HEREBY APPROVES THE TRACT MAP AND ACCEPTS THE OFFER OF DEDICATION OF LOT "A". MADE HEREON FOR PUBLIC ROAD AND PUBLIC UTILITY PURPOSES, SUBJECT TO IMPROVEMENTS, CONSTRUCTED IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE CITY STANDARDS. WE ALSO HEREBY ACCEPT THE STORM DRAIN EASEMENT AND DRAINAGE EASEMENTS AS DEDICATED. WE ALSO HEREBY ACCEPT THE OFFER OF DEDICATION OF ABUTTERS RIGHTS OF ACCESS ALONG BUTTERFIELD STAGE ROAD AS DEDICATED. WE ALSO HEREBY ACCEPT THE OFFER OF DEDICATION FOR PUBLIC ACCESS PURPOSES AS DEDICATED. WE ALSO HEREBY APPROVE THE ABANDONMENTS AS SHOWN IN THE "ABANDONMENT NOTE". DATED: 2019 RANDI JOHL CITY CLERK, CITY OF TEMECULA TABLE DATA NAME DIRECTION LENGTH L1 S 64° 10' 07" E 137.86' (N 64° 10' 00" W 137.86' R2) L2 N 71 ° 51' 24" E 60.57' (N 71°51'21" E 60.57' R2) L3 N 47° 54' 03" E 206.41 ' (N 47° 54' 00" E 206.41' R2) L4 N 74°4031" E 84.91' (N 74° 40' 28" E 84.91' R2) L5 N 89° 42' 02" E 162. 15' (N 89° 41' 59" E 162.15' R2) L6 N 63° 56' 09" E 113.99' (N 63° 56' 06" E 113.99' R2) L7 N 84° 27' 29" E 144.82' (N 84° 27' 26" E 144.82' R2) L8 N 84° 27' 27" E 49.09' (N 84° 27' 24" E 49.09' R3) L9 S 84° 12' 25" E 129.22' (N 84° 12' 28" W 129.22' R3) L10 N 83° 31' 26" E 386. 16' (N 83° 31' 23" E 386.16' R3) L11 N 57° 40' 49" E 87.87' (N 57° 40' 46" E 87.87' R3) L12 N 72° 09' 33" E 161.36' (N 72° 09' 30" E 161.36' R3) L13 N 81 ° 26' 12" E 356.89' (N 81 ° 26' 09" E 356.89' R3) L14 S 89° 59' 57" E 283.29' (N 90° 00' 00" W 283.29' R3) L15 S 83° 50' 13" E 159.06' (N 83° 50' 16" W 159.06' R3) L16 N 61 ° 56' 25" E 264.03' (N 61 ° 56' 22" E 264.03' R3) L17 N 51°06'12" E 146.91' (N 51 ° 06' 09" E 146.91' R3) L18 N 40° 50' 09" E 160.77' (N 40° 50' 06" E 160.77' R3) L19 N 45° 27' 37" E 97.37' (N 45027' 34" E 97.37' R3) L20 N 55° 57' 04" E 292.00' (N 550 57' 01" E 292.00' R3) L21 N 71 ° 33' 59" E 183.58' (N 71 ° 33' 56" E 183.58' R3) L22 N 10* 59' 51 " W 41. 74' (N 100 59' 54" W 41. 74' R3) L23 N 46' 17' 13" W 70. 83' (N 46° 17' 16" W 70.83' R3) L24 N 30' 10' 20" E 129. 03' (N 30° 10' 17" E 129.03' R3) L25 N 41' 58' 20" W 153. 10' (N 41 ° 58' 23" W 153.10' R3) L26 N 68' 29' 22" E 150. 04' (N 68° 29' 19" E 150.04' R3) L27 N 49' 18' 15" W 61. 50' (N 49° 18' 18" W 61.50' R3) L28 N 27' 42' 29" W 157. 42' (N 27° 42' 32" W 157.42' R3) L29 N 3' 09' 15" E 69. 52' (N 3° 09' 12" E 69.52' R3) L30 N 31' 08' 52" E 146. 57' (N 31 ° 08' 49" E 146.57' R3) L31 N 59' 53' 24" E 91. 23' (N 59° 53' 21" E 91.23' R3) L32 S 80' 11' 49" E 146. 69' (N 80° 11' 52" W 146.69' R3) L33 S 24' 16' 03" E 163. 27' (N 24° 16' 06" W 163.27' R3) L34 S 40' 55' 25" E 372.57' (N 40° 55' 28" W 372.57' R3) L35 S 22' 46' 27" E 193. 68' (N 22° 46' 30" W 193.68' R3 L36 S 0' 50' 29" E 260. 95' (N 0° 50' 32" W 260.95' R3) L37 S 8' 11' 57" W 112. 76' (N 8° 11' 54" E 112.76' R3) L38 S 25° 31' 21" W 112.71' (N 25° 31' 18" E 112.71' R3) L39 S 37° 18' 50" W 85.50' (N 37° 18' 47" E 85.50' R3) L40 S 5°4051" E 142.81' (N 5° 40' 54" W 142.81' R3) L41 S 89° 10' 18" E 85.47' (N 89° 10' 21" W 85.47' R3) L42 N 60° 44' 02" E 96.06' (N 60° 43' 59" E 96.06' R3) L43 S 89° 26' 27" E 338.54' (N 89° 26' 30"W 338.53' R3) L44 N 0° 33' 48" E 30.00' (N 0° 33' 47" E 30.00' R2) L45 S 89° 39' 10" E 319.78' (N 89° 39' 12" W 319.80' 132) L46 N 0° 21 ' 22" E 265.43' (N 0° 20' 58" E 265.41' R2) L47 S 89° 26' 26" E 126.20' (N 89° 26' 26" W 126. 19' 132) SCALE: l" = 400' 460 0 460 860 ENVIRONMENTAL CONSTRAINT NOTE ENVIRONMENTAL CONSTRAINTS SHEET AFFECTING THIS MAP IS ON FILE IN THE OFFICE OF THE OF THE CITY ENGINEER, CITY OF TEMECULA, IN E.C.S. BOOK T , PAGE 391 . THIS AFFECTS ALL LOTS. IN THE CITY OF TEMECULA, COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE , STATE OF CALIFORNIA NOTES TRACT MAP NO. 37368 1. SEE SHEET NO. 3 FOR BASIS OF BEARINGS AND VICINITY MAP. BEING A SUBDIVISION OF LOTS 7 THROUGH 11 AND LETTERED LOTS "I"I "J" AND 1" OF TRACT MAP NO. 29353-2, AS FILED IN BOOK 342, PAGE 73 THROUGH 85, INCLUSIVE , OF MAPS, LOTS 1 THROUGH 15 AND LETTERED LOT "A" OF TRACT MAP 29353, AS FILED IN BOOK 401, PAGES 89 THROUGH 96, INCLUSIVE, OF MAPS, ALL IN THE CITY OF TEMECULA, COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE, STATE OF CALIFORNIA. LYING WITHIN SECTION 21, TOWNSHIP 7 SOUTH, RANGE 2 WEST, SAN BERNARDINO MERIDIAN. RICK ENGINEERING COMPANY JANUARY 2018 iTqT 20 2� 11� \ \ MURRIETTA HOT I SPRINGI S R00 J I A, o o� RORIPAUGH VALLEY ROAD e �_4'6. \/ 00' 1104 4s-lk- N53° 53' 32"W BAD d � i7 if) T- « .J-) ELF i wa �O Lu w Q N m cn 110' 55' i� E� - L49� SEE DETAIL "A " SHT NO.3 29 �✓ o Pl\JlJ 1 "'/ 13- 95 Pl\1J17-il J 5,3/ 11--3) PROCEDURE SHEET N88° 29' 38" E 5296.39' (N88° 29' 37" E 5296.39' R2 & 133) CONTINUED TABLE DATA NAME DIRECTION LENGTH L57 N 0°33'48" E 485.01' ---- ---------------- --------- (N 0°33'47" E 485.01 132) L48 N 0° 33' 34" E 76.01' L58 N 89° 39' 10" W 55.00' (N 0° 33' 34" E 76.00' 132) (N 89° 39' 12" W 55.00' R2 & 133) L49 N 48° 26' 50" W 30.47' L59 N 89° 39' 10" W 601.73' (N 48025' 50" W 30. 48' 132) (N 89° 39' 12" W 601.61' 132) L50 N 36' 44' 32" E 122. 41' (N 89° 39' 12" W 601. 50' PM 14/93-94) (N 36'44'30" E 122.39' 132) NAME DELTA RADIUS ARC L51 N 89'2626" W 500.00' ____ ___________ (N 89° 26' 26" W 500.00' 132) Cl 23° 23' 23" 1600. 00' 653.17' L52 N 0' 33' 48" E 1610. 00' (23' 23' 33" 1600. 00' 653. 24' R1 & 132) (N 0° 34' 04" E 1610.00' R1) C2 2° 08' 52" 1600. 00' 59.98' L53 N 38' 15' 21" E 82. 30' (2' 08' 45" 1600. 00' 59. 92' R1 & 132) (N 38° 15' 18"E 82. 30' 132) C3 35' 32' 42" 1600. 00' 992.60' L54 N 0' 33' 48" E 150. 19' (35' 32' 46" 1600. 00' 992.63' R1 & 132) (N 0° 33' 47"E 150.19' R2 & 133) L55 N 38°1521" E 663.57' (N 38' 15' 24" E 663.55' R1) (N 38' 15' 19" E 663.55' 132) L56 N 38' 15' 21 " E 655. 50' (N 38' 15' 19" E 655. 48' 132) Pr1IR , 3 J I`J-3 I.V✓ ✓✓ I V 11 ✓LVL. JJ "I" J✓ 1 L 11 JLULI U I I\L a njj FAR, 12 PJ\JI31 1 41/ 93 5 Fll FR I J J 2. SEE SHEET NO. 4 FOR EASEMENT NOTES. CITY LIMIT LINE --- ESTABLISHED BY COMPASS RULE BETWEEN © AND 11 P'�JR , 2 PAJR 1 .3 PIM3 95,17 J -7 2 / P_4_R _41 SURVEYOR'S NOTES SHEET 2 OF 10 SHEETS 2. 0 INDICATES FOUND AS NOTED. 3. O INDICATES SET 1" IRON PIPE TAGGED LS 8805, FLUSH. 10 3. INDICATES CONTINUOUS OPERATING REFERENCE STATIONS (CORS , AS NOTED). 4. ALL MONUMENTS SET ARE PER RIVERSIDE COUNTY ORDINANCE 461.21. 5. THIS TRACT CONTAINS 382.762 ACRES GROSS. �N 6. DRAINAGE EASEMENTS SHALL BE KEPT FREE OF BUILDINGS AND OBSTRUCTIONS. 7. ALL MONUMENTS SHOWN AS SET SHALL BE SET IN �i ACCORDANCE WITH THE MONUMENTAT I ON AGREEMENT FOR THIS MAP. i n o -8. THIS TRACT CONTAINS 26 NUMBERED LOTS AND tL1 2 LETTERED LOTS. n C/� 0 J 0 c>> - 9. INDICATES SUBDIVISION BOUNDARY. 10. RAD INDICATES RADIAL BEARING. v 11. R1 INDICATES RECORD PER PER RS 143/82-89. 12. R2 INDICATES RECORD PER MB 342/73-85. 13. R3 INDICATES RECORD PER MB 401/89-96. 11 14. ALL LOT CORNERS OF THIS MAP WILL BE MONUMENTED BY A 1" IRON PIPE TAGGED "LS 8805", FLUSH UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED. Q 00 15. C.C. & R's, RECORDED AS INST. Ca} N0. O a 16. VINDICATES RESTRICTED ACCESS. =o a o ❑X MONUMENT LOG r12`r a' 1 FD 1" IP W/TAG "LS 7891", S . E . CORNER 1 SECTION 20 PER R1, FLUSH. i0 2 FD. 3" BRASS CAP W/PUNCH MARK, "LS 7891", IN WELL MONUMENT, CL INT. BUTTERFIELD STAGE RD. 8 i� SOUTH LOOP RD. PER R1, FLUSH. 22 3 FD. 1" IP W/TAG "LS 7891" B.C. CL BUTTERFIELD STAGE RD. PER R1, DN. 0.1' 4 FD. 3" BRASS CAP W/PUNCH MARK "LS 7891" IN WELL �Z MONUMENT, CL INT. BUTTERFIELD STAGE RD 8 NORTH \ LOOP ROAD & NICHOLAS RD. PER R1. 5 FD. 1" IP W/TAG "LS 7891", E.C. CL BUTTERFIELD STAGE RD. PER R1, FLUSH. EnN 6 SEARCH FD. NOTHING ESTABLISHED BY RECORD o DISTANCE PER R2. r� co 7 FD. 1" IP W/TAG "LS 7891" B.C. CL BUTTERFIELD Y, STAGE RD. PER R1 DN. 0.1' M �1 8 FD. 3" BRASS CAP W/PUNCH MARK "LS 7891" IN WELL MONUMENT, CL INT. BUTTERFIELD STAGE RD. AND o� RORIPAUGH VALLEY RD. PER R1 FLUSH. 9 FD. 2" IP W/TAG "LS 3483" N.W. CORNER M SECTION 21. PER R1, FLUSH. 10 FD. 2 1/4" BRASS CAP ON TOP OF 2 1/4" IP ON CONCRETE, STAMPED N.E. CORNER N SECTION 21, PER RS 100/52-57, RS 87/28-34, R2 & R3, UP 0.1'. 11 SEARCHED FD. NOTHING ESTABLISHED BY RECORD DISTANCE FROM PER R3. 12 EMI' 12 FD 6"X6" STONE MON. W/"P-15" SCRIBED ON ��. S'LY FACE NO TACK , E'LY 1/4 CORNER SECTION 21 PER RS 100/52-57, R2 & R3,FLUSH. 13 FD STONE MON. W/"P-16" SCRIBED ON S'LY FACE W/TACK FOR S.E. CORNER SECTION 21 13 PER R2 & R3, UP 0.5'. 14 FD. 3/4" IP W/TAG "LS 4251" PER PMB 95/71-72, R2 & R3, FLUSH. 15 SEARCHED FD. NOTHING ESTABLISHED BY RECORD DISTANCE PER R2 8 R3. TABLE DATA NAME DIRECTION LENGTH L1 S 64° 10' 07" E 137.86' (N 64' 10' 00" W 137. 86' R2) L2 N 71 ° 51' 24" E 60.57' (N 71 ° 51' 21" E 60.57' 132) L3 N 47° 54' 03" E 206.41' (N 47° 54' 00" E 206.41' 132) L4 N 74° 40' 31" E 84.91' (N 74° 40' 28" E 84.91' R2) L5 N 89°42'02" E 162.15' (N 89° 41' 59" E 162.15' R2) L6 N 63° 56' 09" E 113.99' (N 63° 56' 06" E 113.99' R2) L7 N 84° 27' 29" E 144.82' (N 84° 27' 26" E 144.82' R2) L8 N 84° 27' 27" E 49.09' (N 84° 27' 24" E 49.09' R3) L9 S 84°12'25" E 129.22' (N 84° 12' 28" W 129.22' R3) L10 N 83° 31' 26" E 386.16' (N 83° 31' 23" E 386.16' R3) L11 N 57° 40' 49" E 87.87' (N 57° 40' 46" E 87.87' 133) L12 N 72° 09' 33" E 161.36' (N 72° 09' 30" E 161.36' R3) L13 N 81 ° 26' 12" E 356.89' (N 81 ° 26' 09" E 356.89' R3) L14 S 89° 59' 57" E 283.29' (N 90° 00' 00" W 283.29' R3) L15 S 83° 50' 13" E 159.06' (N 83° 50' 16" W 159.06' R3) L16 N 61 ° 56' 25" E 264.03' (N 61 ° 56' 22" E 264.03' R3) L17 N 51 ° 06' 12" E 146.91' (N 51 ° 06' 09" E 146.91' R3) L18 N 40° 50' 09" E 160.77' (N 40° 50' 06" E 160.77' R3) L19 N 45° 27' 37" E 97.37' (N 45° 27' 34" E 97.37' R3) L20 N 55° 57' 04" E 292.00' (N 55° 57' 01" E 292.00' R3) L21 N 71 ° 33' 59" E 183.58' (N 71 ° 33' 56" E 183.58' R3) L22 N 10* 59' 51 " W 41. 74' (N 10° 59' 54" W 41.74' R3) L23 N 46°17'13" W 70.83' (N 46° 17' 16" W 70.83' R3) L24 N 30° 10' 20" E 129.03' (N 30° 1 O' 17" E 129. 03' R3) L25 N 41°58'20" W 153.10' (N 41 ° 58' 23" W 153.10' R3) L26 N 68° 29' 22" E 150.04' (N 680 29' 19" E 150. 04' R3) L27 N 49' 18' 15" W 61. 50, (N 490 18' 18" W 61. 50' R3) L28 N 27° 42' 29" W 157.42' (N 27042' 32" W 157.42' R3) L29 N 3° 09' 15" E 69.52' (N 30 09' 12" E 69.52' R3) L30 N 31 ° 08' 52" E 146.57' (N 310 08' 49" E 146.57' R3) L31 N 59° 53' 24" E 91.23' (N 590 53' 21" E 91. 23' R3) L32 S 80° 11' 49" E 146.69' (N 800 11 ' 52" W 146. 69' R3) L33 S 24°16'03" E 163.27' (N 240 16' 06" W 163. 27' R3) L34 S 40° 55' 25" E 372.57' (N 40055' 28" W 372.57' R3) L35 S 22° 46' 27" E 193.68' (N 220 46' 30" W 193. 68' R3 L36 S 0° 50' 29" E 260.95' (N 00 50' 32" W 260.95' R3) L37 S 8011'57" W 112.76' (N 80 11' 54" E 112.76' R3) L38 S 25031'21" W 112.71' (N 25031' 18" E 112.71' R3) L39 S 37018'50" W 85.50' (N 37018' 47" E 85. 50' R3) L40 S 5040' 51" E 142.81' (N 50 40' 54" W 142.81' R3) L41 S 89° 10' 18" E 85.47' (N 890 10' 21" W 85. 47' R3) L42 N 60044' 02" E 96.06' (N 600 43' 59" E 9606' R3) L43 S 89026' 27" E 338:54' (N 890 26' 30"W 338.53' R3) L44 N 00 33' 48" E 30.00' (N 00 33' 47" E 30.00' R2) L45 S 890 39' 10" E 319. 78' (N 89° 39' 12" W 319.80' R2) L46 N 00 21' 22" E 265.43' (N 00 20' 58" E 265.41' R2) L47 S 890 26' 26" E 126.20' (N 89° 26' 26" W 126.19' R2) BUTTERFIELD STAGE ROAD SCALE: 1" = 400' 1 400 0 460 800 55' L45--�- L5 N89*39'10"W 1:55282.95'--A- (N89° 39' 12"W 5282.87' R2 & R3) DETAIL "A " N.T.S. iTg 2n 2� IN THE CITY OF TEMECULA, COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE , STATE OF CALIFORNIA NOTES TRACT MAP NO. 37368 1. SEE SHEET NO. 3 FOR BASI BEARINGS AND VICINITY MAP. BEING A SUBDIVISION OF LOTS 7 THROUGH 11 AND LETTERED LOTS '7'I "J" AND '1-" OF TRACT MAP NO. 29353-2, AS FILED IN BOOK 342, PAGE 73 THROUGH 85, INCLUSIVE , OF MAPS, LOTS 1 THROUGH 15 AND LETTERED LOT "A" OF TRACT MAP 29353, AS FILED IN BOOK 401, PAGES 89 THROUGH 96, INCLUSIVE, OF MAPS, ALL IN THE CITY OF TEMECULA, COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE, STATE OF CALIFORNIA. LYING WITHIN SECTION 21, TOWNSHIP 7 SOUTH, RANGE 2 WEST, SAN BERNARDINO MERIDIAN. RICK ENGINEERING COMPANY BOUNDARY SHEET JANUARY 2018 111 \ MUR 31 ETTA �OT -- -SPRINGS \ RORIPAUGH I I VALLEY ROAD ��0 � a ROAD N53° 53' 32"W I ali t� t7 a (.L L, LL,`LI oo wQ LLO tr �I �LLJLw I Q N 00 �HIn. m m -'I 110, 5-5-' 55 IQ --L40 n- 2 SEE Ji DETAIL "A " SHT NO.3 29 g P1V1� 1 'f"/ ' ' P1Vl31 15 -12 1/ 8 1 - 1 N88° 29' 38" E 5296.39' (N88° 29' 37" E 5296.39' R2 & 133) CONTINUED TABLE DATA NAME DIRECTION LENGTH L57 N 0°33'48" E 485.01' ---- ---------------- --------- (N 0*33'47" E 485.01 R2) L48 N 0° 33' 34" E 76.01' L58 N 89° 39' 10" W 55.00' (N 0° 33' 34" E 76.00' R2) (N 89° 39' 12" W 55.00' R2 & R3) L49 N 48° 26' 50" W 30.47' L59 N 89° 39' 10" W 601.73' (N 48° 25' 50" W 30.48' R2) (N 89° 39' 12" W 601.61' 132) L50 N 36°4432" E 122.41' (N 89°39'12" W 601.50' PM 14/93-94) (N 36°44'30" E 122.39' R2) NAME DELTA RADIUS ARC L51 N 89°26'26" W 500.00' ____ ___________ ________ (N 89° 26' 26" W 500.00' R2) Cl 230 23' 23" 1600.00' 653.17' L52 N 0° 33' 4811 E 1610. 00' (230 23' 33" 1600. 00' 653. 24' R1 & 132) (N 0° 34' 04" E 1610.00' R1) C2 20 08' 52" 1600.00' 59.98' L53 N 38° 15' 21" E 82.30' (2° 08' 45" 1600.00' 59.92' R1 & R2) (N 38° 15' 18"E 82.30' R2) C3 350 32' 42" 1600.00' 992.60' L54 N 0° 33' 48" E 150.19' (350 32' 46" 1600.00' 992.63' R1 & 132) (N 0° 33' 47"E 150.19' R2 & 133) L55 N 38°15'21" E 663.57' (N 38°15'24" E 663.55' R1) (N 38°15'19" E 663.55' R2) L56 N 38°15'21" E 655.50' (N 38° 15' 19" E 655.48' R2) PI\J1= 1 2J/ 5-1 - 5 10 �.v✓ v✓ 1 v .. ✓t_v L. JJ \IIVJ JJ I L 11 JLVLl V 1 I\L IX RJI Pr1R , 12 P]VI J 1 4/ 3- )5 2. SEE SHEET NO. 4 FOR EASEMENT NOTES. PIM=-' 95/J 1 -J 2 10 - CITY LIMIT LINE ESTABLISHED BY COMPASS RULE BETWEEN © AND 11 �c\,!l \10)ttl63 W� Lo 22 o lry t �v Ln I o / PA ,f w\ M o z M TL SHEET 3 OF 10 SHEETS NOTES 1. SEE SHEET NO. 2 FOR SURVEYOR NOTES, AND MONUMENT NOTES. 2. SEE SHEET NO. 4 FOR EASEMENT NOTES. BASIS OF BEARINGS THE BASIS OF BEARINGS FOR THIS SURVEY IS THE CALIFORNIA COORDINATE SYSTEM, NAD 83 (NSRS 2011) EPOCH 2O10.00, COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE, ZONE 6 , AS DETERMINED LOCALLY BY A TIE BETWEEN CONTINUOUSLY OPERATING REFERENCE STATIONS (CORS) "P477",'BILL" AND "PMOB-AS SHOWN HEREON. (I.E. N 28° 5323" E) DISTANCES SHOWN HEREON ARE GROUND DISTANCES. GRID DISTANCES MAY BE OBTAINED BY MULTIPLYING GROUND DISTANCES BY 0.999901821, AVERAGE ELEVATION ABOVE MEAN SEA LEVEL = 1354'. LEGEND INDICATES BOUNDARY - - INDICATES CENTER LINE INDICATES LOT LINE INDICATES EXISTING EASEMENT LINE INDICATES FOUND AS NOTED. 0 INDICATES SET 1" IRON PIPE TAGGED LS 8805, FLUSH. INDICATES CONTINUOUS OPERATING REFERENCE STATIONS (CORS, AS NOTED). CORS STATION "BILL" N 2154995.0380 E 6313564.17550 N88° 29' 38" E 5295. 87' (GRID) A' ��' NR; 9 N88° 29' 38" E 10 116 5296.39' (3 5�pQS� 3 -.--(N88° 29' 37" E 200 2� 5296.39' 2� �22Lu N o R2 & R3) � 6 cc ��QO �Lr)LO�� ca Q O co d ZN��� N o, 00 12ui 0, cflor.�ti cVb. _ [.rN .' 06 N89'26'12"WNro o00 rn W<Dw" . 'No Rj tiN re)-- gs�NQ3,e Z -`" L54 , E� 20 � � `�Q�° 13 80 "I " CORS STATION TMOB" N 2074153.1260 E 6375547.4700 M ����P� a2�•a° BASIS OF BEARINGS DETAIL 5 N N.T.S. CORS STATION T477" N 2127663.6770 E 6298482.8020 -00 28' 03.697" CONVERGENCE ANGLE AT THE NORTHWEST CORNER OF SECTION 21 AULD RD-,-, MURRIETA HOT �p SPRINGS RD Q S/TE Qo 5 RO c CANTRELL RD m rrrn 15 LA SERENA o-n WAY o MARGARITA �0 RD Or 9 MEADOWS PKWY VICINITY MAP N.T.S. 0 NOTES 1. SEE SHEET NO. 2 FOR SURVEYOR'S NOTES AND MONUMENT NOTES. 2. SEE SHEET NO. 3 FOR BASIS OF BEARINGS AND VICINITY MAP. EASEMENT NOTES CONTINUED IN THE CITY OF TEMECULA, COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE , STATE OF CALIFORNIA TRACT MAP NO,, 37368 BEING A SUBDIVISION OF LOTS 7 THROUGH 11 AND LETTERED LOTS "I", "J" AND 1" OF TRACT MAP NO. 29353-2, AS FILED IN BOOK 342, PAGE 73 THROUGH 85, INCLUSIVE , OF MAPS, LOTS 1 THROUGH 15 AND LETTERED LOT "A" OF TRACT MAP 29353, AS FILED IN BOOK 401, PAGES 89 THROUGH 96, INCLUSIVE, OF MAPS, ALL IN THE CITY OF TEMECULA, COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE, STATE OF CALIFORNIA. LYING WITHIN SECTION 21, TOWNSHIP 7 SOUTH, RANGE 2 WEST, SAN BERNARDINO MERIDIAN. RICK ENGINEERING COMPANY JANUARY 2018 16. A PRIVATE ACCESS EASEMENT AND PRIVATE 22 AN IRREVOCABLE OFFER OF DEDICATION FOR ACCESS PURPOSES LEGEND UTILITY EASEMENT. SEE SHEETS NO. 5 THROUGH 10. 17. PRIVATE DRAINAGE EASEMENTS. SEE DETAIL "K" THROUGH "M", "0" THROUGH "Q" ON SHEET NO. 10. 18. STORM DRAIN EASEMENTS WITHIN LOTS 14 AN 26 DEDICATED HEREON FOR CONSTRUCTION AND MAINTENANCE OF FLOOD CONTROL FACILITIES. SEE DETAIL "N" AND "R" ON SHEET NO. 10. 19. AN EASEMENT OVER LOTS "B", 20 AND 21 DEDICATED HEREON FOR DRAINAGE PURPOSES. 20. A PRIVATE MULTI -USE TRAIL EASEMENT WITHIN LOTS 1 THROUGH 10, INCLUSIVE LOTS 12 THROUGH 16, INCLUSIVE, LOT 18 AND LOT 25 SEE SHEETS NO. 5 THROUGH 10. 21 AN IRREVOCABLE OFFER OF DEDICATION FOR FLOOD CONTROL DRAINAGE IN FAVOR OF RIVERSIDE COUNTY FLOOD CONTROL PER INST. NO. 2006-290820, OF OFFICIAL RECORDS, RECORDED APRIL 21, 2006. THAT PORTION LYING WITHIN THE BOUNDARY OF THIS MAP ABANDONED HEREON. 110_, � 55' 55' I i ICI ' O.9p�S 1 / ^ \ 60 13 IN FAVOR OF RIVERSIDE COUNTY FLOOD CONTROL PER INST. NO. 2006-290821, OF OFFICIAL RECORDS, RECORDED APRIL 21, 2006. THAT PORTION LYING WITHIN THE BOUNDARY OF THIS MAP ABANDONED HEREON. 23 AN EASEMENT WITHIN LOTS 10, 11, 13 AND 14 DEDICATED HEREON FOR PUBLIC ACCESS PURPOSES. 24 A PRIVATE MULTI -USE TRAIL EASEMENT AND FUEL MODIFICATION EASEMENT WITHIN LOTS 10, 11, 13 AND 14. SEE SHEETS NO. 7 THROUGH 9. SCALE: 1" = 300' 360 0 360 600 0 � 0 LOT 1 V��p �oPO o° 'O®��� 6b ZO LOT 15 LOU 77 UNACU MOO® 20353 M o 400V o g e0 a /- A I 17 A22 AX 0 NOTE THE EXISTING TRACTS AND LOT LINES ARE SHOWN ONLY FOR THE PURPOSE OF SHOWING LOCATION OF EXISTING EASEMENTS. SEE EASEMENT NOTES FOR REFERENCE INDICATES BOUNDARY INDICATES CENTER LINE INDICATES EXISTING LOT LINE INDICATES EXISTING EASEMENT LINE INDICATES EASEMENT ITEMS i 11106STIMI UNACU Mo. 20 35 3 No 1 OIMcal a/ o a - LOU 0 LOT 12 LOU o L OO U z% LOOP ROAD - - LOT 10 LOT 9 LOT 2 O I Imm LOU �3 SHEET 4 OF 10 SHEETS 0 EASEMENT NOTES 1 CENTERLINE OF ACCESS OPENINGS (VARIOUS WIDTHS) PER TRACT MAP NO. 29353-2, MAP BOOK 342, PAGES 73-85. THAT PORTION LYING WITHIN THE BOUNDARY OF THIS MAP ABANDONED HEREON. 2. AN EASEMENT FOR PUBLIC UTILITIES AND INCIDENTAL PURPOSES IN FAVOR OF GENERAL TELEPHONE COMPANY OF CALIFORNIA RECORDED DECEMBER 5, 1988 AS INSTRUMENT NO. 88-354239, O.R. CANNOT BE PLOTTED FROM RECORD. 3. AN EASEMENT FOR EQUESTRIAN PURPOSES PER TRACT MAP NO. 29353-2, MAP BOOK 342, PAGES 73-85. 4. AN IRREVOCABLE OFFER OF DEDICATION FOR FLOOD CONTROL DRAINAGE IN FAVOR OF RIVERSIDE COUNTY FLOOD CONTROL PER INST. NO. 2006-290818, OF OFFICIAL RECORDS, RECORDED APRIL 21, 2006. 5. AN EASEMENT FOR MULTI -USE TRAIL, PUBLIC ACCESS AND FUEL MODIFICATION PER TRACT MAP NO. 29353, MAP BOOK 401, PAGES 89-96. THAT PORTION LYING WITHIN THE BOUNDARY OF THIS MAP ABANDONED HEREON 6. EASEMENT FOR PRIVATE STREET, PUBLIC UTILITY, RIGHT OF INGRESS AND EGRESS FOR EMERGENCY AND SERVICE VEHICLES AND PUBLIC ROAD PER TRACT MAP NO. 29353, MAP BOOK 401, PAGES 89-96. THAT PORTION LYING WITHIN THE BOUNDARY OF THIS MAP ABANDONED HEREON 7. AN IRREVOCABLE OFFER OF DEDICATION FOR FLOOD CONTROL DRAINAGE IN FAVOR OF RIVERSIDE COUNTY FLOOD CONTROL PER INST. NO. 2006-290822, OF OFFICIAL RECORDS, RECORDED APRIL 21, 2006. THAT PORTION LYING WITHIN THE BOUNDARY OF THIS MAP ABANDONED HEREON. 8. AN EASEMENT FOR PRIVATE DRAINAGE PURPOSES RETAINED HEREON. 9. THE OWNERSHIP OF SAID LAND DOES NOT INCLUDE RIGHTS OF ACCESS TO OR FROM THE STREET, HIGHWAY, OR FREEWAY �I ABUTTING SAID LAND EXCEPT AT ACCESS OPENINGS PER TRACT MAP NO.29353, MAP BOOK 401, PAGES 89-96. THAT PORTION LYING WITHIN THE BOUNDARY OF THIS MAP ABANDONED HEREON. 10. AN IRREVOCABLE OFFER OF DEDICATION FOR PUBLIC ROAD, STREET HIGHWAY AND UTILITY PURPOSES IN FAVOR OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA RECORDED JUNE 27, 2006 AS DOCUMENT NO. 2006-462952, O.R. 11. AN IRREVOCABLE OFFER OF DEDICATION FOR PUBLIC ROAD, STREET HIGHWAY AND UTILITY PURPOSES IN FAVOR OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA RECORDED JUNE 27, 2006 AS DOCUMENT NO. 2006-462954, O.R. THAT PORTION LYING WITHIN THE BOUNDARY OF THIS MAP ABANDONED HEREON. 12. AN IRREVOCABLE OFFER OF DEDICATION FOR PUBLIC ROAD, STREET HIGHWAY AND UTILITY PURPOSES IN FAVOR OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA RECORDED JUNE 27, 2006 AS DOCUMENT NO. 2006-462955, O.R. THAT PORTION LYING WITHIN THE BOUNDARY OF THIS MAP ABANDONED HEREON. 13. AN IRREVOCABLE OFFER OF DEDICATION FOR PUBLIC ROAD, STREET HIGHWAY AND UTILITY PURPOSES IN FAVOR OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA RECORDED JUNE 27, 2006 AS DOCUMENT NO. 2006-462956, O.R. THAT PORTION LYING WITHIN THE BOUNDARY OF THIS MAP ABANDONED HEREON. 14. TERMS, PROVISIONS AND EASEMENT(S) CONTAINED IN DOCUMENT ENTITLED "SEWER AGREEMENT AND GRANT OF EASEMENT" RECORDED APRIL 25, 2007 AS INST. NO. 2007-275935. EASEMENT CANNOT BE PLOTTED FROM RECORD. 15. AN EASEMENT FOR PUBLIC UTILITY PURPOSES IN FAVOR OF EASTERN MUNICIPAL WATER DISTRICT RECORDED NOVEMBER 14, 2013 AS DOCUMENT NO. 2013-0539683, O.R. LOT L IN THE CITY OF TEMECULA, COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE , STATE OF CALIFORNIA TRACT MAP NO,, 37368 BEING A SUBDIVISION OF LOTS 7 THROUGH 11 AND LETTERED LOTS "I"I "J" AND 1" OF TRACT MAP NO. 29353-2, AS FILED IN BOOK 342, PAGE 73 THROUGH 85, INCLUSIVE , OF MAPS, LOTS 1 THROUGH 15 AND LETTERED LOT "A" OF TRACT MAP 29353, AS FILED IN BOOK 401, PAGES 89 THROUGH 96, INCLUSIVE, OF MAPS, ALL IN THE CITY OF TEMECULA, COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE, STATE OF CALIFORNIA. LYING WITHIN SECTION 21, TOWNSHIP 7 SOUTH, RANGE 2 WEST, SAN BERNARDINO MERIDIAN. RICK ENGINEERING COMPANY INDEX SHEET JANUARY 2018 i J SHEET 5 OF 10 SHEETS NOTES 1. SEE SHEET NO. 2 FOR SURVEYOR'S NOTES, MONUMENT NOTES AND RECORD DATA FOR BOUNDARY. 2. SEE SHEET NO. 3 FOR BASIS OF BEARINGS AND VICINITY MAP. 3. SEE SHEET NO. 4 FOR EASEMENT NOTES. LEGEND O INDICATES BOUNDARY INDICATES CENTER LINE INDICATES LOT LINE INDICATES EXISTING EASEMENT LINE INDICATES SHEET AREA LINE INDICATES SHEET NUMBER SCALE: 1" = 300' 360 0 360 660 LE NAME DELCURVE TABLED I US ARC IN THE CITY OF TEMECULA, COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE , STATE OF CALIFORNIA SHEET 6 OF 10 SHEETS -------------------------------- Cl 54039'03" 1688.00' 1610.08' / LINE TABLE C2 126027'21" 1060.00 2339.49' NAME DIRECTION LENGTH --------- ' TRACT MAP NO, 37368 ---- ---------------- C32 33°21'44" 1648.00' 396.73' BUTTERFIELD L1 N 55°35'39" W 235.44' <c. BEING A SUBDIVISION OF LOTS 7 THROUGH 11 AND LETTERED LOTS 'I" "J"AND "L" OF TRACT MAP NO. 29353-2, AS FILED IN NOTES L2 N 69045' 18" E 724.02' C13 42058'08" 85.00' 63.75' '� "A" OF o ti • BOOK 342, PAGE 73 THROUGH 85, INCLUSIVE , OF MAPS, LOTS 1 THROUGH 15 AND LETTERED LOT A OF TRACT MAP 29353, L12 N 16 23'45" E 21 .42' C14 50049'54" 35.00' 31.05' �`�'� o L13 N 73°36'15" W 74.00' RAD C15 42°35' 33" 85 .00' 63. 19' ROAD �`L 1 AS FILED IN BOOK 401, PAGES 89 THROUGH 96, INCLUSIVE, OF MAPS, ALL IN THE CITY OF TEMECULA, COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE, 1 . SEE SHEET N0. 2 FOR SURVEYOR'S C16 50°26' 03" 35.00' 30.81 ' �Ij S6 ��,�h'��'•oti STATE OF CALIFORNIA. LYING WITHIN SECTION 21, TOWNSHIP 7 SOUTH, RANGE 2 WEST, SAN BERNARDINO MERIDIAN. NOTES MONUMENT NOTES AND L23 N 65050' 23" W 164.02' C22 4044'15" 1733.00' 143.29' �C O `� L27 N 20057'03" E 48.52' �yQ 5 \O- RICK ENGINEERING COMPANY JANUARY 2018 RECORD DATA FOR BOUNDARY. L28 N 20°22'03" E 50.12' C23 93018'08" 88.00, 159.93' 2. SEE SHEET NO. 3 FOR BASIS OF L29 N 19°29'36" E 46.07' C24 39°01 ' 00" 88.00' S9.93' Q,q �s ��` <00 10.53' C30 16°02'27" 1278.00' 357.80' �� lb* L198 BEARINGS AND VICINITY MAP. L30 N 13019'13" E 46.87' C31 5°37'57" 300.00' 29.49' 3. SEE SHEET N0. 4 FOR EASEMENT L31 N 18050'37" E 46.84' C32 13°25'43" 300.00' 70.31' o �/� 86 �, ,� 26 19 o 0 20 21 NOTES. 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C13 02 �� L225 N 21 0 22' 39'; W 19. 17' --� o L17 � o C2 L226 N 65 37' 21 ' E 129. 50' r M CD, o C1p2 w�p m N ��� L227 N 21 °22'39" W 189.73' 000 C101 SEE N o 00 `'' , /, / L255 N 90oOO' OO" W 150.00' moo , „ �� DETAIL"T" a IZ SEE 17 0 �i0.g2.16 L257 N 12°58'58" W 163.63' ,,, N2 26 12 E RAD �S -�- 17 DETAIL 'P" 6"E L258 N 77 ° 01 ' 02 " E 30. 19 ' 00 - PRC �� jam` z l SHEET N6�° q1 1 L186 N 20°26' 29" W 34. 92' L259 N 4Q30' 00" W 232 .60; M M M M C112 �� 0. 13 - 1- o NO. 10 �� L261 N 38 15' 21 ' E 663.57 / L187 N 87 15'04" E 75.12' _ M ov 2p3 /� ° (N 38° 15' 24" E 663.55' R1 ) 1051.50 15 C117 1 % L188 N 70o48'01" E 55.42' (N 38°15'19" E 663.55' R2) zZZ Z-N86°23'30"W 1441.63' ------_--- ----- -- --�i�/ L189 N 19°12'00" W 129.80' °55�_14" L262 N 14°39' 47" W 23.83' - --- --- - - - - -p-24-635.2q L193 N 57°30'09" W 18.18' L263 N 75°20'13" E 28.00' R=1460.L194 N 39°31 ' 12" E 40.31 ' L264 N 74°26' 09" E 115.36' SCALE: 200' L195 N 28°26'47" E 20.31L265 N 20o34'45" W 56.29' L196 N 59°08'35" W 175.44' L266 N 16°23'48" E 111.09' RAD L197 N 55°35'39" W 148.62' L269 N 84°27'27" E 49.09' 200 0 200 400 SEE SHEET NO. 9 L198 N 16°35'04" W 34.48' L322 N 20°14'42" E 39.01' NAME L 14 I' L 15 I' L 16 I' L67 I' L68 I' L69 I' L70 I' L71 I' L72 f L73 I' L74 I' L75 I' L76 I' L77 I' L78 I' L79 I' L80 I' L81 I' L82 I' L83 I' L84 I' L85 I' L86 I' L87 I' L88 I' L89 f L90 I' L91 I' L92 I' L93 I' L94 I' L95 I' L96 I' L97 I' L98 I' L99 I' L100 P L101 P L102 P L103 P L104 P L105 P L106 P L107 P L108 P L109 f L110 I' L111 I' L112 I' L113 I' L114 I' L115 I' L116 I' L117 I' L118 I' L119 I' LINE TABLE IN THE CITY OF TEMECULA, COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE , STATE OF CALIFORNIA SHEET 7 OF 10 SHEETS DIRECTION LENGTH -------------- ------ J 11 ° 50' 02" E 21. 42' NOTES J 78° 09' 58" W 74. 00' RAD TRACT MAP NO,, 37368 J 80041'49" E 21.42' 1. SEE SHEET NO. 2 FOR SURVEYOR'S J 78° 09' 58" W 37. 00' BEING A SUBDIVISION OF LOTS 7 THROUGH 11 AND LETTERED LOTS 'I'; "J"AND '1-" OF TRACT MAP NO. 29353-2, AS FILED IN NOTES, MONUMENT NOTES AND J 510 06' 12" E 146. 91 ' BOOK 342, PAGE 73 THROUGH 85, INCLUSIVE , OF MAPS, LOTS 1 THROUGH 15 AND LETTERED LOT "A" OF TRACT MAP 29353, RECORD DATA FOR BOUNDARY. J 71 ° 33' 59" E 183. 58' AS FILED IN BOOK 401, PAGES 89 THROUGH 96, INCLUSIVE, OF MAPS, ALL IN THE CITY OF TEMECULA, COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE, 2. SEE SHEET NO. 3 FOR BASIS OF J 41 ° 58' 20" W 153. 10' STATE OF CALIFORNIA. LYING WITHIN SECTION 21, TOWNSHIP 7 SOUTH, RANGE 2 WEST, SAN BERNARDINO MERIDIAN. BEARINGS AND VICINITY MAP. J 680 29' 22" E 150. 04' 3. SEE SHEET NO. 4 FOR EASEMENT J 49° 18' 15" W 61. 50' RICK ENGINEERING COMPANY JANUARY 2018 J 3° 09' 15" E 69. 52' NOTES. 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SCALE: 1" = 200' 260 0 200 400 z L125 L93� w _ ti L92 Lo N SEE DETAIL 'IK" N 17 SHEET NO. 10 Z 1124 N85° 1427"W 426.53' SEE SHEET NO. 8 ( G:\17883\17883 AM - Survey-Mapping\Survey\FinalMap\17883AMfm07.dgn PLOT DATE: 09-MAY-2019 JN 16464 CURVE TABLE NAME DELTA RADIUS ARC Cl 54039'03" 1688.00' 1610.08' C2 126027'21" 1060.00' 2339.49' C3 30012'25" 725.00' 382.23: C4 43034'56" 750.00' 570.49 C5 4004'21" 750.00' 53.31' C6 9055'24" 750.00' 129.90' C19 4004'21" 790.00' 56.15' C20 9055'24" 710.00' 122.97' C27 4004'21" 713.00' 50.68' C28 9055'24" 787.00' 136.30' C46 9054'30" 500.00' 86.47' C51 1045'48" 765.00' 23.54' C58 27058'29" 231.00' 112.79' C59 25007'17" 35.00' 15.35' C60 23052'44" 456.00' 190.05' C61 30031'09" 35.00' 18.64' C62 36025'05" 50.00' 31.78' C63 14013'18" 470.00' 116.66' C64 14006'25" 765.00' 188.35' C65 25002'47" 50.00' 21.86' C66 23050'38" 100.00, 41.62' C67 10026'15" 1000.00, 182.17' C68 15049'44" 300.00' 82.88' C69 5008'45" 790.00' 70.95' C70 14020'12" 765.00' 191.42' C71 38024'55" 300.00' 201.14' C72 13032'58" 1000.00, 236.48' C73 19059'24" 500.00' 174.45' C96 42051'42" 50.00' 37.40' C97 6045'54" 1691.50' 199.72' C98 36011'01" 50.00' 31.58' C99 18054'50" 688.00' 227.12' C100 19019'04" 1023.00' 344.91' C103 7004'16" 1023.00' 126.25' C104 11017'35" 688.00' 135.61' C105 28036'58" 150.00' 74.92' C106 34022'16" 35.00' 21.00' C107 9014'45" 534.50' 86.25' C108 30039'02" 35.00' 18.72' C120 113034'31" 46.00' 91.18, C121 30012'25" 688.00' 362.72' C122 11004'25" 100.00, 19.33' C123 30012'25" 765.00' 403.32' C124 7008'35" 1023.00' 127.54' C133 12014'48" 1023.00' 218.66' C134 37023'57" 36.00' 23.50' C135 29001'49" 420.00' 212.80' C136 33040'18" 765.00' 449.57' C137 21006'53" 800.00' 294.82' C138 97001'21" 75.00' 127.00' C146 15046'57" 300.00' 82.64' C147 27000'01" 350.00' 164.94' C148 14056'53" 300.00' 78.27' C149 57054'48" 1023.00' 1034.03' C153 27003'16" 500.00' 236.09' C158 9055'24" 665.00' 115.17' C159 4004'21" 835.00' 59.35' C160 10026'24" 835.00' 152.15: C161 22035'46" 301.00' 118.71 C192 68051'47" 1060.00' 1274.00' C193 25030'50" 1060.00' 472.02' C196 5047'10" 100.00, 10.10, C199 6033'24" 1000.00, 114.43' C200 6059'34" 1000.00, 122.05' C202 38055'58" 765.00' 519.82' ss 15 \ " _o o I� 19 \ c,39 �m 92� � N80°51'37"W RAD \�, I Lu U � � /0 CIO DETAIL "D " N.T.S. i Z W Lu cn Lu N -- 12 ON o \ _1• 00 E� N C161 - C68 co 0 16 13 cv 20 16 DETAIL "G " N.T.S. IN THE CITY OF TEMECULA, COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE , STATE OF CALIFORNIA TRACT MAP NO, 37368 BEING A SUBDIVISION OF LOTS 7 THROUGH 11 AND LETTERED LOTS '7'; "J" AND '1-" OF TRACT MAP NO. 29353-2, AS FILED IN BOOK 342, PAGE 73 THROUGH 85, INCLUSIVE , OF MAPS, LOTS 1 THROUGH 15 AND LETTERED LOT "A" OF TRACT MAP 29353, AS FILED IN BOOK 401, PAGES 89 THROUGH 96, INCLUSIVE, OF MAPS, ALL IN THE CITY OF TEMECULA, COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE, STATE OF CALIFORNIA. LYING WITHIN SECTION 21, TOWNSHIP 7 SOUTH, RANGE 2 WEST, SAN BERNARDINO MERIDIAN. RICK ENGINEERING COMPANY JANUARY 2018 22 (O O Z H w � w N28°16'42"E RAD w N25° 10' 43" E RAD w (n C122 S� / L 194 C138 v L2 5 4 �s 8 ell���s� o, Ao 0���` � � 'o N6�0.q�•1911 00 E, i 6' � \ '� ,9 2Q 16 0 9 rn < SHEET 8 OF 10 SHEETS NOTES 1. SEE SHEET NO. 2 FOR SURVEYOR'S NOTES, MONUMENT NOTES AND RECORD DATA FOR BOUNDARY. 2. SEE SHEET NO. 3 FOR BASIS OF BEARINGS AND VICINITY MAP. 3. SEE SHEET NO. 4 FOR EASEMENT NOTES. 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SEE SHEET NO. 2 FOR SURVEYOR'S NOTES, M o M � 55. 00' N89026' 26"W BEING A SUBDIVISION OF LOTS 7 THROUGH 11 AND LETTERED LOTS 'I" "J" AND "L" OF TRACT MAP NO. 29353-2, AS FILED IN MONUMENT NOTES AND RECORD DATA FOR BOUNDARY. o t900 0 422.01BOOK 342, PAGE 73 THROUGH 85, INCLUSIVE , OF MAPS, LOTS 1 THROUGH 15 AND LETTERED LOT "A" OF TRACT MAP 29353, 2. SEE SHEET NO. 3 FOR BASIS OF BEARINGS AND Z Z o o O AS FILED IN BOOK 401, PAGES 89 THROUGH 96, INCLUSIVE, OF MAPS, ALL IN THE CITY OF TEMECULA, COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE, VICINITY MAP. �2 00 C> SOMMERS BEND STATE OF CALIFORNIA. LYING WITHIN SECTION 21, TOWNSHIP 7 SOUTH, RANGE 2 WEST, SAN BERNARDINO MERIDIAN. 3. SEE SHEET NO. 4 FOR EASEMENT NOTES. M 2 78.00� _ a o L11 RICK ENGINEERING COMPANY JANUARY 2018 o ao `-_`' M V I.L /WR (3� N M M M W ~ O 55.00' "'W � L315 J �� 3 cn 1 DETAIL 'IF ° ZN `" L321 15 N89 39 10 W 0 L319 L318 �3� \ m N.T.S. 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J / 26 N45° 41 ' 57" W RAD �N1 ° 34' 26" W RAD PRC �' DETAIL °L " \ N0.6 18 �, / cam. N28e 56 43" E RAD PRC / \ ��'" s /� N21 ° 53' 30"E RAD N60020' 31"E RAD N.T.S. \ 17 �, o,' \•,s E C62 R=135.00' <1 \�6� 17 C61 NI 4* 15' 53" E RAD 02,0 / ,o°`, \`'AS qp C169 R=710.00' N30 41 15„ E RAD A=0° 28' 11" PCC �� ti / N2o° 04' 25" E �p�� �a \ °°28e SOMMERS BE R=710. oo' .�� 97.22' /?� `L� \ ��9,Q) qq, /�''w �07' „ C11- _ _ L=5.82' �' C79 r �� 610 N33° 05' 19" E \ 6, �00' z fir- C74 C171 A a; S .; C1�` L145 2j 57.00' � 00 � `9 �3 � Q L144 N6 �F9s N32° 34' 39" E RAD 16 0 �00, 'S3„ / N42° 57' 43" E RAD R=105.00' ��,\ L22 O ge26- ��q? o o N 8 \ - N10029' 02" E RAD R=710. 00 'moo o �52.- DETAIL "R " F� _781 16 0 14 C172 15 DETAIL DETAIL M -� \ a co 17 w� N.T.S. N.T.S. N9°26'26"W N rn s ~ � "' N4°17'12"E �� �> > � N �, , "r 464.26' ,s�o ,'�� o0 47.95 3 N75° 56' 56" E RAD PCC LINE TABLE LINE TABLE - > > _ ------CURVE TABLE J � 'A � � W Z � A=1°05'49" o C NAME DIRECTION LENGTH NAME DIRECTION LENGTH _ \ NAME DELTA RAID I US ARC N o Z�:, N13° 18'38"E `b N52° 33' 50"W RAD PC ------------------------ ------------------------ oo R=1828.00' gym"' ------ 18 OC I c" N90° 00' 00"W L=35.00' 59. 63 L1 N 55035'39" W 235.44' L266 N 16°23'48" E 111.09' RAD C131 43015'39" 88.00' 66.44' N \ / L10 N 750 15' 56" W 50.01 ' L273 N 72022' 46" W 123.75' C132 54°40' 02" 38.00' 36. 26' LL! �� 336.54 -� �_ _ ° , L1 2 N 16023' 45" E 21 .42' L274 N 43020' 57" W 87. 37' C133 1 2° 14' 48" 1023.00' 218. 66' 3 F~•- L236 � \ Q�Z7e00, 1" 18 . W RAD I 01 6.00 ° L260 _� R_ L13 N 73 36'15" W 74.00' RAD C134 37023'57" 36.00' 23.50' � 322.00, L27 N 20057'03" E 48.52' C135 29001'49" 420.00' 212.80' ii u m L238 C150--'r L=151.74' N80o4l'49"E L22 N 75015'56" W 50.01' CURVE TABLE C136 33037'22" 765.00' 448.92' DETAIL N c;j 16 0 ; 38.40' L92 N 81°27'52" E 46.00' NAME DELTA RADIUS ARC °LQ ° -------------------- ------ C143 0 45'16" 1648.00' 21.70' 16 0 2 C147 L191 L93 N 89 38 24 W 132. 73 ° C147 27000' 01 " 350.00' 164. 94' N.T.S. - L233 L124 N 85044' 14" W 81 .81 ' Cl 54°39' 03" 1688.00' 1610.08' C149 38°05' 36" 300.00, 199.46' N DETAIL "O„ C132 L125 N 77043'48" W 20.36' C3 30 12'25" 725.00' 382.23' 16 0 C1 1 140 10' 30" 750.00' 18 5.55' C150 4011 ' 15" 1800.00' 131 . 55' N2°36'34"W \ L128 N 47055'03" W 84.84' C168 12013'11" 765.00' 163.15' �'� 82.46 L144 N 89026'02" W 83.14' C12 3021 '44" 1648.00' 96.71 ' C169 7°03' 13" 456.00' 56. 14' o/ o/Q/ N.T.S.NTS��-C138 NO°19'18"W N89°40'42"W I �6' � L145 N 0°33' 58" E 39.44' C13 42 58' 08" 85.00' 31 05' C170 27010' 29" 105.00' 49.80' Q a 35.51' 170.40' _ L147 N 64026'03" W 170.53' C14 50°49' 54" 35.00' 31 .05' C171 3046' S1 " 710.00' 46.85' W/ ,,/�/ 25, -�C202 ° C15 42°35'33" 85.00' 63'19' L169 N 39 22'25" W 25.75' C172 9 47'42' 135.00' 23.08' s/ / 4�` L173 N 89°26'02" W 83.16' C16 50026'03" 35.00' 30.81' 26 �/ o ; 12.5' 12.5' L 3 �. Cl_ CL ° C23 93 1 8' 08" 77.00' 1 25.39' C173 17°07' 24" 35.00' 10.46' ,� °/ �/ /^ 2� �2�, o 0 L176 N 67 59'23" W 51.53' C174 0°28'11" 710.00' 5.82' �' q2 C24 39°01 ' 00" 88.00' 59.93' l `�' rn ° `1 0 S'' a a L190 N 9018' 1 1 " W 68.00' RAD ° C177 3°01 ' 39" 1688.00' 89. 19, �� /a / � N85 30 00 E I s6 00- M C25 51 29'14" 33.00' 29.65' 1g �, o / 6 17 L191 N 80041'49" E 21 .42' ° C178 2°53'45" 1688.00' 85.31' N N _� 1 123.17� I N25°16'50"E RAD Cj S' o� w w C26 41 31'44" 88.00' 63.78' 'ti Z S o L192 N 80044' 54" W 7.06' RAD C61 30031 ' 09" 35.00' 1 8.64' C179 3031 ' 41 " 1688.00' 103. 94' C201 �� v Z/ o Zp°�1 17 S M L196 N 59008'35" W 175.44' C62 36°25'05" 50.00' 31 .78' C180 3 47'59" 1688.00' 111 .95' �� C12 \ / N63°48'12"E RAD PCC o 00 00 L197 N 55°35' 39" W 148.62'C189 18°00' 33" 1688.00' 530.57' ��` c� e � 24 0� 5g' z <<, `" C63 14 ° 13 ' 18" 470. 00' 1 1 6 . 66 ' 40. c, N13 22 09 E RAD PCC _ _ L199 N 64010'07" W 137.86' ° C190 36°38'30" 1688.00' 1079.51' �� 00, �, ,,, 0 133. �1 '�, L225 N 28°26'47" E 129.63' C70 14 20'12" 765.00' 191.42' ° CJ89 C13 _ 21`-`' - `I �o 'SO,�E 1'oA I z z ° , C201 2 36' 28" 1648 00' 75 01 ' �' d-33 - 1l NOTES SHEET 10 OF 10 SHEETS L125 56' 1 28 7 M O C", O 0 O 'r' L93 Z L92J NO* 21 ' 36" E 33.60' IN THE CITY OF TEMECULA, COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE , STATE OF CALIFORNIA TRACT MAP NO, 37368 BEING A SUBDIVISION OF LOTS 7 THROUGH 11 AND LETTERED LOTS '7'; "J" AND 1" OF TRACT MAP NO. 29353-2, AS FILED IN BOOK 342, PAGE 73 THROUGH 85, INCLUSIVE , OF MAPS, LOTS 1 THROUGH 15 AND LETTERED LOT "A" OF TRACT MAP 29353, AS FILED IN BOOK 401, PAGES 89 THROUGH 96, INCLUSIVE, OF MAPS, ALL IN THE CITY OF TEMECULA, COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE, VICINITY MAP. STATE OF CALIFORNIA. LYING WITHIN SECTION 21, TOWNSHIP 7 SOUTH, RANGE 2 WEST, SAN BERNARDINO MERIDIAN. 3. SEE SHEET NO. 4 FOR EASEMENT NOTES. RICK ENGINEERING COMPANY DETAIL SHEET JANUARY 2018 1. SEE SHEET NO. 2 FOR SURVEYOR'S NOTES, MONUMENT NOTES AND RECORD DATA FOR BOUNDARY. 2. SEE SHEET NO. 3 FOR BASIS OF BEARINGS AND L232 N 720 18' 10" W 1 1 1 . 11 ' C74 C75 14 10 30 17059' 00" 710. 00 790.00' 1 75 . 65 247.96' C202 38055' 58" C 0 48.001// 765.00' 519. 82' �� 3%00, C18 ClC1 c R_16 N ti N�8 46• i 18 1:�' N � L233 N 80041 '49" E 38.40' C78 93°07' 17" 10.00' 16.25' 1q C1I8 _ C1 �6 L-966.85' o o 17 i9o' 1 L236 L237 N N 90000'00" 0 00'00" W E 126.97' 29.98' C79 21052'42" 384.50' 146.82' N19°1733"E RAD �-� >>��4C.00SOMM �� C �, z e �� A=11 57 41 - L238 N 90000' 00" W 182. 55' C98 ° 36° 1 1 ' 01 " 50.00' 31 .58' PRC _ END Z� L=304.90--- C99 18 54'50" 688.00' 227.12' C115 C24 3l. ��� 00 - - N9° 50'S9"W RAD L243 L244 N N 70°39'23" 43°23'20" W W 54.99' 62.76' C100 19019'04" 1023.00' 344.91' N67°09'17"E RADI C190 -1� EA- 55 14 L245 N 43036' 06" W 135.08' RAID C104 11 ° 1 7' 35" 688. 00' 135. 61 ' PRC C23 C116 R=1460.50' L=635.24� 60.5 L259 N 4030'00" W 232.60' C105 28036'58" 150. 00' 74.92' e , 20 N26 08 53 W _ RAD I L261 N ° 70°08' 12" " E C106 C114 34 4056'42" 22' 16" 35.00' 1725.00' 21 .00' 148.88' ° � PRC DETAIL "U " � DETAIL "P " L261 N 38° 15' 21 E 63.57' 663. 57' C1 15 47051 ' 44" 38.00' 31 . 74' N12 52 07 E RAD PRC (N 38°15'19" E 663.55' R1) C116 3031'42" 1725.00' 106.23' N.T.S. N.T.S. (N 38 15'19" E 663.55' R2) C121 30012'25" 688.00' 362.72' C134 J L192 DETAIL "Q " N.T.S. I ENVIRONMENTAL CONSTRAINT SHEET TABLE DATA NAME DIRECTION LENGTH L1 S 64° 10' 07" E 137.86' (N 64° 10' 00" W 137.86' R2) L2 N 71 ° 51' 24" E 60.57' (N 71°51'21" E 60.57' R2) L3 N 47° 54' 03" E 206.41' (N 47° 54' 00" E 206.41' R2) L4 N 74°4031" E 84.91' (N 74° 40' 28" E 84.91' 132) L5 N 89° 42' 02" E 162.15' (N 89° 41' 59" E 162.15' 132) L6 N 63° 56' 09" E 113.99' (N 63° 56' 06" E 113.99' 132) L7 N 84° 27' 29" E 144.82' (N 84° 27' 26" E 144.82' 132) L8 N 84° 27' 27" E 49.09' (N 84° 27' 24" E 49.09' 133) L9 S 84°12'25" E 129.22' (N 84° 12' 28" W 129.22' 133) L10 N 83° 31' 26" E 386.16' (N 83° 31' 23" E 386.16' 133) L11 N 57° 40' 49" E 87.87' (N 57° 40' 46" E 87.87' 133) L12 N 72° 09' 33" E 161.36' (N 72° 09' 30" E 161.36' 133) L13 N 81 ° 26' 12" E 356.89' (N 81 ° 26' 09" E 356.89' 133) L14 S 89° 59' 57" E 283.29' (N 90° 00' 00" W 283.29' 133) L15 S 83° 50' 13" E 159.06' (N 83° 50' 16" W 159.06' 133) L16 N 61 ° 56' 25" E 264.03' (N 61 ° 56' 22" E 264.03' 133) L17 N 51 ° 06' 12" E 146.91' (N 51 ° 06' 09" E 146.91' 133) L18 N 40° 50' 09" E 160.77' (N 40° 50' 06" E 160.77' 133) L19 N 45° 27' 37" E 97.37' (N 45° 27' 34" E 97.37' 133) L20 N 55° 57' 04" E 292.00' (N 55° 57' 01 " E 292.00' 133) L21 N 71 ° 33' 59" E 183.58' (N 71 ° 33' 56" E 183.58' 133) L22 N 10° 59' 51 " W 41.74' (N 10° 59' 54" W 41.74' 133) L23 N 46° 17' 13" W 70.83' (N 46° 17' 16" W 70.83' 133) L24 N 30° 10' 20" E 129.03' (N 30° 10' 17" E 129.03' 133) L25 N 41 ° 58' 20" W 153.10' (N 41 ° 58' 23" W 153.10' 133) L26 N 68° 29' 22" E 150.04' (N 68° 29' 19" E 150.04' 133) L27 N 49°18'15" W 61.50' (N 49° 18' 18" W 61.50' 133) L28 N 27° 42' 29" W 157.42' (N 27° 42' 32" W 157.42' 133) L29 N 3° 09' 15" E 69.52' (N 3° 09' 12" E 69.52' R3) L30 N 31 ° 08' 52" E 146.57' (N 31 ° 08' 49" E 146.57' 133) L31 N 59° 53' 24" E 91.23' (N 59° 53' 21 " E 91.23' 133) L32 S 80°11'49" E 146.69' (N 80° 11' 52" W 146.69' 133) L33 S 24° 16' 03" E 163.27' (N 24° 16' 06" W 163.27' 133) L34 S 40°55'25" E 372.57' (N 40° 55' 28" W 372.57' 133) L35 S 22° 46' 27" E 193.68' (N 22° 46' 30" W 193.68' R3 L36 S 0° 50' 29" E 260.95' (N 0° 50' 32" W 260.95' 133) L37 S 8° 11' 57" W 112.76' (N 8°11'54" E 112.76' 133) L38 S 25° 31' 21" W 112.71' (N 25° 31' 18" E 112.71' 133) L39 S 37° 18' 50" W 85.50' (N 37° 18' 47" E 85.50' 133) L40 S 5°40'51" E 142.81' (N 5° 40' 54" W 142.81' R3) L41 S 89° 10' 18" E 85.47' (N 89° 10' 21 " W 85.47' R3) L42 N 60° 44' 02" E 96.06' (N 60° 43' 59" E 96.06' R3) L43 S 89° 26' 27" E 338:54' (N 89° 26' 30"W 338.53' R3) L44 N 0° 33' 48" E 30.00' (N 0° 33' 47" E 30.00' R2) L45 S 89° 39' 10" E 319.78' (N 89° 39' 12" W 319.80' R2) L46 N 0° 21' 22" E 265.43' (N 0° 20' 58" E 265.41' R2) L47 S 89° 26' 26" E 126.20' (N 89° 26' 26" W 126.19' R2) SCALE: 1" = 400' 400 0 460 800 IN THE CITY OF TEMECULA, COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE , STATE OF CALIFORNIA TRACT MAP NO 37368 • BEING A SUBDIVISION OF LOTS 7 THROUGH 11 AND LETTERED LOTS T'' "J" AND '1-" OF TRACT MAP NO. 29353-2, AS FILED IN BOOK 342, PAGE 73 THROUGH 85, INCLUSIVE , OF MAPS, LOTS 1 THROUGH 15 AND LETTERED LOT "A" OF TRACT MAP 29353, AS FILED IN BOOK 401, PAGES 89 THROUGH 96, INCLUSIVE, OF MAPS, ALL IN THE CITY OF TEMECULA, COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE, STATE OF CALIFORNIA. LYING WITHIN SECTION 21, TOWNSHIP 7 SOUTH, RANGE 2 WEST, SAN BERNARDINO MERIDIAN. RICK ENGINEERING COMPANY PROCEDURE SHEET JANUARY 2018 N88° 29' 38"E 5296.39' (N88° 29' 37"E 5296.39' R2 & 133) ( C-)]\TTTT\TT TFTI TART F TIATA I \ MU R RIETTq ►�OT I - - SPRINGS RO,Ip \ RORIPAUGH I VALLEY ROAD qN 56.00' Rpq� A, N53° 53' 32'W I b � LIB I L� 3 CC) 1� L(1 L 00 wa LLO -wLUI N m cn 110_' 55' L� L, --1-49� SEE Ln DETAIL "A " SHT NO. 3 20 �� ��✓ g -p1\111 ' -p1\11J 15e INAMt u I NLU I I UIN LLINb I n L57 N 0° 33' 48" E 485. 01' (N 0° 33' 47" E 485.01 R2) L48 N 0° 33' 34" E 76.01' L58 N 89° 39' 10" W 55.00' (N 0° 33' 34" E 76.00' R2) (N 89° 39' 12" W 55.00' R2 & R3) L49 N 48° 26' 50" W 30.47' L59 N 89° 39' 10" W 601.73' (N 48° 25' 50" W 30.48' R2) (N 89° 39' 12" W 601.61' R2) L50 N 36° 44' 32" 41' E 122.41' (N 89° 39' 12" W 601. 50' PM 14/93-94) (N 36° 44' 30" E 122. 39 R2) NAME DELTA RADIUS ARC L51 N 89°26'26" W 500.00' (N 89° 26' 26" W 500.00' 132) Cl 23° 23' 23" 1600.00' 653.17' L52 N 0° 33' 48" E 1610.00' (23° 23' 33" 1600.00' 653.24' R1 & 132) (N 0° 34' 04" E 1610.00' R1) C2 2° 08' 52" 1600.00' 59.98' L53 N 38° 15' 21" E 82. 30, (2° 08' 45" 1600. 00' 59. 92' R1 & 132) (N 38° 15' 18"E 82.30' 132) C3 35° 32' 42" 1600.00' 992.60' L54 N 0° 33' 48" E 150.19' (35° 32' 46" 1600.00' 992.63' R1 & 132) (N 0° 33' 47"E 150.19' R2 & 133) L55 N 38°15'21" E 663.57' (N 38° 15' 24" E 663.55' R1) (N 38° 15' 19" E 663.55' 132) L56 N 38°15'21" E 655.50' (N 38° 15' 19" E 655.48' 132) ENVIRONMENTAL CONSTRAINT NOTES 1. THIS PROPERTY IS LOCATED WITHIN 30 MILES OF MOUNT PALOMAR OBSERVATORY. ALL PROPOSED OUTDOOR LIGHTING SYSTEMS SHALL COMPLY WITH THE CALIFORNIA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY, PALOMAR OBSERVATORY RECOMMENDATIONS, ORDINANCE NO. 655. SHEET 1 OF 1 SHEETS 3. ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT REPORT (EIR), (SCH# 97121030), WAS PREPARED FOR THIS PROJECT AND IS ON FILE AT THE CITY OF TEMECULA PLANNING DIVISION. SURVEYOR'S NOTES 2. THIS PROJECT IS WITHIN A 2. INDICATES FOUND AS NOTED. LIQUEFACTION HAZARD ZONE.. @ {� 3 O INDICATES SET 1" IRON PIPE TAGGED LS 8805, LI LI� 10 3. A INDICATES CONTINUOUS OPERATING REFERENCE CITY LIMIT STATIONS (CORS , AS NOTED). LINE 4. ALL MONUMENTS SET ARE PER RIVERSIDE COUNTY ORDINANCE 461.21. ESTABLISHED BY 5. THIS TRACT CONTAINS 382.762 ACRES GROSS. L32 COMPASS RULE BETWEEN ©AND11 6. DRAINAGE EASEMENTS SHALL BE KEPT FREE OF BUILDINGS AND OBSTRUCTIONS. c� �l 7. ALL MONUMENTS SHOWN AS SET SHALL BE SET IN d.z � 7 N - ACCORDANCE WITH THE MONUMENTATION AGREEMENT 9 ti � Q �1 L7 FOR THIS MAP. r� Q AID 8. THIS TRACT CONTAINS 26 NUMBERED LOTS AND v� W W t� �� 2 LETTERED LOTS. �L23 �21 �L22 Lo � z ��� 9. INDICATES SUBDIVISION BOUNDARY. z o 10. RAD INDICATES RADIAL BEARING. L N 6 11. R1 INDICATES RECORD PER PER RS 143/82-89. J 12. R2 INDICATES RECORD PER MB 342/73-85. Lo 13. R3 INDICATES RECORD PER MB 401/89-96. 0 L8 L9 L10 L5 ESTABLISHED BY 3 COMPASS RULE 1611E BETWEEN AND 11 131 311E 2 L14 L15 -cl- 0.ti L13 ESTABLISHED BY �' COMPASS RULE L41 BETWEEN © AND 11 5 L43 w Of � N N o 0 0 Z '- 11 a a oz o a o 14. ALL LOT CORNERS OF THIS MAP WILL BE MONUMENTED BY A 1" IRON PIPE TAGGED "LS 8805", FLUSH UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED. 8 R' s , RECORDED AS I NST. 15. N. 16.INDICATES RESTRICTED ACCESS. ❑X MONUMENT LOG 12 m 1 FD 1" IP W/TAG "LS 7891", S.E. CORNER R2 SECTION 20 PER R1, FLUSH. 4 6 � 0 2 FD. 3" BRASS CAP W/PUNCH MARK, "LS 7891", IN WELL z � , MONUMENT, CL INT. BUTTERFIELD STAGE RD. 8 o �1i� SOUTH LOOP RD. PER R1, FLUSH. 1 O % \ m Q m L7 3 FD. 1" IP W/TAG "LS 7891" B.C. CL BUTTERFIELD STAGE RD. PER R1, DN. 0.1 BEN 23 7 a M�p�S L, " 4 FD. 3" BRASS CAP W/PUNCH MARK "LS 7891" IN WELL SOM oLl MONUMENT, CL INT. BUTTERFIELD STAGE RD 8 NORTH - 22 z LOOP ROAD 8 NICHOLAS RD. PER R1. $ \N 10 a C 5 FD. 1" IP W/TAG "LS 7891", E.C. CL BUTTERFIELD 25 � �� STAGE RD. PER R1, FLUSH. J 6 SEARCH FD. NOTHING ESTABLISHED BY RECORD 21 o D- (-\1 DISTANCE PER R2. M Q, 7 FD. 1" IP W/TAG "LS 7891" B.C. CL BUTTERFIELD 24 STAGE RD. PER R1 DN. 0.1'. W M m �, 8 FD. 3" BRASS CAP W/PUNCH MARK "LS 7891" IN Z o WELL MONUMENT, CL INT. BUTTERFIELD STAGE RD. AND 9 CD10 J RORIPAUGH VALLEY RD. PER R1 FLUSH. o ,110 9 FD. 2" IP W/TAG "LS 3483" N.W. CORNER T SECTION 21. PER R1, FLUSH. 19 10 FD. 2 1/4" BRASS CAP ON TOP OF 2 1/4" IP M ON CONCRETE, STAMPED N.E. CORNER 11 SECTION 21, PER RS 100/52-57, RS 87/28-34, 17 18 z R2 8 R3 , UP 0. 1 ' . � 11 SEARCHED FD. NOTHING ESTABLISHED BY t� RECORD DISTANCE FROM 12 PER R3. 16 FD "IP W/PP "FRANK 12 � �� �� 12 FD 6"X6" STONE MON. W/"P-15" SCRIBED ON _ & LAURA RCE 28029 � ��. S'LY FACE NO TACK , E'LY 1/4 CORNER �SOMMERS 0.5 ,NO REFERENCE BEND D 1"IP OPEN DN 0 5' UN"A � SECTION 21 PER RS 100/52-57, R2 8 R3,FLUSH. MON. 'LY NO REFERENCE ACCEPTED AS ACCEPTED AS POINT 75. ' 13 FD STONE MON. W/"P-16" SCRIBED ON S'LY R 14 POINT ON S'LY LINE OF R3 ON S'LY LINE OF R3 (75.84' R2 & R3) FACE W/TACK FOR S . E . CORNER SECTION 21 13 625.52' 878.58' 14 13 PER R2 8 R3, UP 0.5' . 625.59' R2 & R3 (878.53' R2 & R3) 14 FD. 3/4" IP W/TAG "LS 4251" PER PMB 95/71-72, R2 8 R3, 5227.95' (5227.88' R2 & R3) BOUNDARY N89° 39' 10"W 5282.95' (N89° 39' 12"W 5282 87' R2 & R3) FLUSH. -P1\11= 1 2J,/ -P'R � 12 pJ\J1J -pAFR , 1 1 -P-'�tR � 2 -P TRSEARCHED 1 -41/ 93- - 5 r i� 15 ESTABLISHED BY RECORD 5J-50- P1�1J� )��J 1 � J2 f DISTANCE PEER RNOTHING BOOK T PAGE 391 Item No. 11 CITY OF TEMECULA AGENDA REPORT TO: City Manager/City Council FROM: Patrick Thomas, Director of Public Works/City Engineer DATE: June 11, 2019 SUBJECT: Approve the Specifications and Authorize Solicitation to the Prequalifed Bidders List for the Construction of the Ronald Reagan Sports Park Pump Track, PW 18-04 PREPARED BY: Avlin Odviar, Senior Civil Engineer Nino Abad, Associate Civil Engineer RECOMMENDATION: That the City Council: 1. Approve the contract documents for the Ronald Reagan Sports Park Pump Track PW 18-04; 2. Approve the list of prequalified bidders; 3. Authorize the Department of Public Works to solicit construction bids from the list of prequalified bidders. BACKGROUND: This project will construct a new Pump Track at Ronald Reagan Sports Park at 42569 Margarita Sports Road directly north of the existing Skate Park. The pump track will consist of hard packed dirt with an asphalt cap sculpted into a series of rollers, berms, banked turns, and transitions as well as a concrete launch area. These features are designed to permit a rider to traverse a looped course with minimal pedaling using gravity and momentum to flow through the course. The Pump Track is approximately 10,000 square feet and will accommodate a wide range of bicycles from smaller BMX bikes to adult -sized mountain bikes, along with riders of all ages, sizes, and skill levels. Construction activities will generally consist of grading, modification to existing irrigation, installation of drainage facilities, placement of asphalt and base materials, and concrete work. Due to the specialized nature of this work, and few examples of pump tracks being owned by local agencies nationwide, it was anticipated there would only be a few contractors that had the expertise in building asphalt pump tracks for a public agency. Therefore, in coordination with the City Attorney's office, Staff determined a prequalification process should be completed ahead of bidding so only contractors meeting requirement of the prequalification could submit a bid. This would ensure that the contractor was capable of not only constructing a high quality Pump Track, but also able to meet the other requirements of a public works construction contract (i.e., bonding, insurance, labor compliance, prevailing wages, etc.). Public Works posted a Request for Qualifications on March 25, 2019 on the City's bid site, PlanetBids. On April 10, 2019, the City received one prequalification submittal. The sole submittal received was from American Ramp Company and Staff determined that they met all the prequalification requirements. Specifications are complete and the project is ready to be advertised for construction bids. The contract documents are available for review in the Director of Public Works office. The Engineer's estimate of construction cost is $200,000 and the construction duration is estimated at 30 working days which is approximately 6 weeks. The project is Categorically Exempt under the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA). The Notice of Determination was filed with the County of Riverside on May 29, 2019, in compliance with the provisions of Section 21152 of the Public Resource Code. Approving the contract documents and the prequalified bidders list will allow staff to proceed with the bid process. FISCAL IMPACT: The Pump Track is identified in the City's Capital Improvement Program (CIP) Budget for Fiscal Years 2019-2023 and is funded with Developer Impact Fees (DIF), Open Space and Trails. Adequate funds are available in the project account to construct the project. ATTACHMENTS: 1. Project Description 2. Project Map Q BIKE LANE AND TRAIL PROGRAM - PUMP TRACK Infrastructure / Other Project Capital Improvement Program Fiscal Years 2019-23 Project Description: This project will include the design and construction of a Bicycle Pump Track at Ronald Reagan Sports Park located just north of the existing skate park. The pump track will consist of hard packed dirt with an asphalt cap sculpted into a series of rollers, berms, banked turns, and transitions. These features are designed to permit a rider to traverse a looped course with minimal pedaling using gravity to flow through the course. The pump track area will also include an infield material to allow for drainage, hardscape paved entry area with signage, bench seating, shade structure, landscaping, and bike racks. Benefit / Core Value: This project supports healthy and active lifestyles by promoting recreation programs, parks, trails, and facilities. In addition, this project satisfies the City's Core Values of A Sustainable City and Transportation Mobility and Connectivity. Project Status: This project is estimated to be complete by Fiscal Year 2018-19. Department: Planning - Account No. 210.165.718 Level: Project Cost: Prior Years FYE 2018 2018-19 2022-23 Actual Carryover Adopted 2019-20 2020-21 2021-22 Projected and Total Project Expenditures Budaet Appropriation Proiected Proiected Proiected Future Years Cost Administration $ 50,000 $ 50,000 Construction $ 200,000 $ 200,000 Design/Environmental $ 50,000 $ 50,000 Totals $ $ $ 300,000 $ $ $ $ $ 300,000 Source of Funds: Prior Years FYE 2018 2018-19 Actual Carryover Adopted 2019-20 2020-21 2021-22 2022-23 Total Project Expenditures Budget Appropriation Projected Projected Projected Projected Cost DIF (Open Space and Trails) Future Operation & Maintenance Costs 2018-19 2019-20 2020-21 2021-22 2022-23 $ 5,000 1 $ 5,000 1 $ 5,000 1 $ 10,000 $ 300,000 Item No. 12 CITY OF TEMECULA AGENDA REPORT TO: City Manager/City Council FROM: Patrick Thomas, Director of Public Works/City Engineer DATE: June 11, 2019 SUBJECT: Approve the Minor Construction Services Agreement with TWM Roofing, Inc., for the Park Restrooms Renovation, Expansion and ADA Improvements Project, PW17-06 PREPARED BY: Kendra Hannah-Meistrell, Senior Civil Engineer Laura Bragg, Associate Engineer II RECOMMENDATION: That the City Council: 1. Approve the Minor Construction Services Agreement with TWM Roofing, Inc., in the amount of $39,948.55, for the Park Restrooms Renovation, Expansion and Americans with Disability Act (ADA) Improvements Project, PW 17-06; 2. Authorize the City Manager to approve change orders up to 10% of the agreement amount, $3,994.86. BACKGROUND: The Park Restrooms Renovation, Expansion and Americans with Disability Act (ADA) Improvements Project, PW17-06, provides for the design and construction of new park restroom facilities and the renovation, expansion and ADA improvements of existing restroom facilities at various parks. The Ronald Reagan Sports Park North/South Baseball Fields Restroom Building is part of this project. This renovation work provides for the removal and replacement of the damaged roof and wood substrate, the removal of the Announcer's Booth/Crow's Nest and replacement with a new gabled roof, construction of a shade over hang at the concession window and all other related work to ensure a quality finished product. TWM Roofing, Inc. has an Annual Agreement with the City of Temecula to perform roof repair and maintenance. Per Public Contract Code Section 22032, public projects of sixty thousand dollars ($60,000) or less may be performed by the employees of a public agency, by force account, by negotiated contract, or by purchase order. Based on these provisions, the Department of Public Works obtained a quote from TWM Roofing, Inc., for the replacement of the roof on the Ronald Reagan Sports Park North/South Baseball Fields Restroom. Over the past several years, Public Works has worked with TWM Roofing, Inc., and they have consistently provided exceptional service and quality workmanship. TWM Roofing, Inc., provided a comprehensive quote, including a competitive price, and addressed all aspects of the roof replacement as requested. Staff is recommending the approval of the Agreement, for $39,948.55 with TWM Roofing, Inc. The Project is categorically exempt from the requirements of the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) pursuant to Section 15301 of the State CEQA Guidelines because the Project consists of the repair, maintenance, rehabilitation, restoration and minor alteration of an existing public structure and facility. FISCAL IMPACT: Park Restrooms Renovation, Expansion and Americans with Disability Act (ADA) Improvements Project is identified in the City's Capital Improvement Program (CIP) budget for Fiscal Years 2019-23, and is funded with Measure S Funds. Adequate funds are available in project account 210-290-155-5804 to cover the construction cost plus the requested contingency which totals $43,943.41 ATTACHMENTS: 1. Agreement 2. Project Description 3. Project Location Map AGREEMENT FOR MINOR CONSTRUCTION SERVICES BETWEEN CITY OF TEMECULA AND TWM ROOFING, INC. PARK RESTROOMS, RENOVATION, EXPANSION AND ADA IMPROVEMENTS THIS AGREEMENT is made and effective as of June 11, 2019, between the City of Temecula , a municipal corporation (hereinafter referred to as "City"), and TWM Roofing, Inc., a Corporation (hereinafter referred to as "Contractor"). In consideration of the mutual covenants and conditions set forth herein, the parties agree as follows: 1. TERM This Agreement shall commence on June 11, 2019, and shall remain and continue in effect until tasks described herein are completed, but in no event later than June 30, 2020, unless sooner terminated pursuant to the provisions of this Agreement. 2. SCOPE OF WORK Contractor shall construct and install all of the work described in the Scope of Work, attached hereto and incorporated herein as Exhibit A. ("Work"), and shall provide and furnish all the labor, materials, necessary tools, expendable equipment, and all utility and transportation services required for the Work. All of said Work to be performed and materials to be furnished for the Work shall be in strict accordance with the specifications set forth in the Scope of Work. The Work shall be completed on or before June 30, 2020. Contractor shall not commence the Work until such time as directed in writing by the City. 3. PAYMENT a. The City agrees to pay Contractor monthly, in accordance with the payment rates and terms and the schedule of payment as set forth in Exhibit B, Payment Rates and Schedule, attached hereto and incorporated herein by this reference as though set forth in full, based upon actual time spent on the above tasks. Any terms in Exhibit B, other than the scope of work, payment rates and schedule of payment are null and void. This amount shall not exceed Thirty Nine Thousand Nine Hundred and Forty Eight Dollars and Fifty Five Cents ($39,948.55) unless additional payment is approved as provided in this Agreement. b. Contractor shall not be compensated for any services rendered in connection with its performance of this Agreement which are in addition to those set forth herein, unless such additional services are authorized in advance and in writing by the City Manager. Contractor shall be compensated for any additional services in the amounts and in the manner as agreed to by City Manager and Contractor at the time City's written authorization is given to Contractor for the performance of said services. The City Manager may approve additional work up to ten percent (10%) of the amount of the Agreement as approved by City Council. Any additional work in excess of this amount shall be approved by the City Council. C. Contractor will submit invoices monthly for actual services performed. Invoices shall be submitted between the first and fifteenth business day of each month, for services provided in the previous month. Payment shall be made within thirty (30) days of receipt of each invoice as to all non -disputed fees. If the City disputes any of Contractor's fees, it shall give written notice to Contractor within thirty (30) days of receipt of an invoice of any disputed 02/27/2019 fees set forth on the invoice. For all reimbursements authorized by this Agreement, Contractor shall provide receipts on all reimbursable expenses in excess of fifty dollars ($50) in such form as approved by the Director of Finance. 4. PERFORMANCE Contractor shall at all time faithfully, competently and to the best of his or her ability, experience, and talent, perform all tasks described herein. Contractor shall employ, at a minimum, generally accepted standards and practices utilized by persons engaged in providing similar services as are required of Contractor hereunder in meeting its obligations under this Agreement. 5. CITY APPROVAL All labor, materials, tools, equipment, and services shall be furnished and work performed and completed subject to the approval of City or its authorized representatives, and the quality of the workmanship shall be guaranteed for one year from date of acceptance. 6. WAIVER OF CLAIMS On or before making final request for payment under Paragraph 3 above, Contractor shall submit to City, in writing, all claims for compensation under or arising out of this Agreement. The acceptance by Contractor of the final payment shall constitute a waiver of all claims against City under or arising out of this Agreement, except those previously made in writing and request for payment. Contractor shall be required to execute an affidavit, release and indemnify Agreement with each claim for payment. 7. PREVAILING WAGES Pursuant to the provisions of Section 1773 of the Labor Code of the State of California, the City Council has obtained the general prevailing rate of per diem wages and the general rate for holiday and overtime work in this locality for each craft, classification, or type of workman needed to execute this Agreement from the Director of the Department of Industrial Relations. Copies may be obtained from the California Department of Industrial Relations Internet website at http://www.dir.ca.gov. Contractor shall provide a copy of prevailing wage rates to any staff or sub -contractor hired, and shall pay the adopted prevailing wage rates as a minimum. Contractor shall comply with the provisions of Sections 1720, 1725.5, 1771.1(a), 1773.8, 1775, 1776, 1777.5, 1777.6, and 1813 of the Labor Code. Pursuant to the provisions of 1775 of the Labor Code, Contractor shall forfeit to the City, as a penalty, the sum of $200.00 for each calendar day, or portion thereof, for each laborer, worker, or mechanic employed, paid less than the stipulated prevailing rates for any work done under this Agreement, by him or by any subcontractor under him, in violation of the provisions of the Agreement. This project, work, or service will be subject to compliance monitoring and enforcement by the Department of Industrial Relations (DIR) pursuant to Labor Code Section 1771.4. 8. REGISTRATION WITH THE DEPARTMENT OF INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS Registration with the Department of Industrial Relations (DIR) is mandatory as a condition for bidding, providing certain services, and working on a public works project as specified in Labor Code Section 1771.1(a). Contractor and any subcontractors must be registered with the Department of Industrial Relations to be qualified to bid, or provide a proposal and/or time and 02/27/2019 material quote or be listed in a bid, proposal or quote, subject to the requirements of Public Contract Code Section 4104; or engage in the performance of any contract that is subject to Labor Code Section 1720 et seq., unless currently registered and qualified to perform public work pursuant to Labor Code Section 1725.5. Contractor and subcontractors will be required to provide proof of registration with the DIR. For more information regarding registration with the Department of Industrial Relations, refer to http://www.dir.ca.gov/Public-Works/PublicWorks.html 9. SUSPENSION OR TERMINATION OF AGREEMENT WITHOUT CAUSE a. The City may at any time, for any reason, with or without cause, suspend or terminate this Agreement, or any portion hereof, by serving upon the Contractor at least ten (10) days prior written notice. Upon receipt of said notice, the Contractor shall immediately cease all work under this Agreement, unless the notice provides otherwise. If the City suspends or terminates a portion of this Agreement such suspension or termination shall not make void or invalidate the remainder of this Agreement. b. In the event this Agreement is terminated pursuant to this Section, the City shall pay to Contractor the actual value of the work performed up to the time of termination, provided that the work performed is of value to the City. Upon termination of the Agreement pursuant to this Section, the Contractor will submit an invoice to the City, pursuant to Section entitled "PAYMENT" herein. 10. DEFAULT OF CONTRACTOR a. The Contractor's failure to comply with the provisions of this Agreement shall constitute a default. In the event that Contractor is in default for cause under the terms of this Agreement, City shall have no obligation or duty to continue compensating Contractor for any work performed after the date of default and can terminate this Agreement immediately by written notice to the Contractor. If such failure by the Contractor to make progress in the performance of work hereunder arises out of causes beyond the Contractor's control, and without fault or negligence of the Contractor, it shall not be considered a default. b. If the City Manager or his delegate determines that the Contractor is in default in the performance of any of the terms or conditions of this Agreement, it shall serve the Contractor with written notice of the default. The Contractor shall have ten (10) days after service upon it of said notice in which to cure the default by rendering a satisfactory performance. In the event that the Contractor fails to cure its default within such period of time, the City shall have the right, notwithstanding any other provision of this Agreement, to terminate this Agreement without further notice and without prejudice to any other remedy to which it may be entitled at law, in equity or under this Agreement. 11. INDEMNIFICATION The Contractor agrees to defend, indemnify, protect and hold harmless the City of Temecula, Temecula Community Services District, and/or the Successor Agency to the Temecula Redevelopment Agency, its officers, officials, employees, and volunteers (hereinafter "indemnified parties") from and against any and all claims, demands, losses, defense costs or expenses, including attorney fees and expert witness fees, or liability of any kind or nature which the indemnified parties may sustain or incur or which may be imposed upon them for injury to or death of persons, or damage to property arising out of Contractor's negligent or wrongful acts or omissions arising out of or in any way related to the performance or non-performance of this Agreement, excepting only liability arising out of the negligence of the indemnified parties. 02/27/2019 12. INSURANCE REQUIREMENTS Contractor shall procure and maintain for the duration of the contract insurance against claims for injuries to persons or damages to property, which may arise from or in connection with the performance of the work hereunder by the Contractor, its agents, representatives, or employees. a. Minimum Scone of Insurance. Coverage shall be at least as broad as: 1) Insurance Services Office Commercial General Liability form No. CG 00 01 11 85 or 88. 2) Insurance Services Office Business Auto Coverage form CA 00 01 06 92 covering Automobile Liability, code 1 (any auto). If the Contractor owns no automobiles, a non -owned auto endorsement to the General Liability policy described above is acceptable. 3) Worker's Compensation insurance as required by the State of California and Employer's Liability Insurance. If the Contractor has no employees while performing under this Agreement, worker's compensation insurance is not required, but Contractor shall execute a declaration that it has no employees. b. Minimum Limits of Insurance. Contractor shall maintain limits no less than: 1) General Liability: One million ($1,000,000) per occurrence for bodily injury, personal injury and property damage. If Commercial General Liability Insurance or other form with a general aggregate limit is used, either the general aggregate limit shall apply separately to this project/location or the general aggregate limit shall be twice the required occurrence limit. 2) Automobile Liability: One million ($1,000,000) per accident for bodily injury and property damage. 3) Worker's Compensation as required by the State of California; Employer's Liability: One million dollars ($1,000,000) per accident for bodily injury or disease. C. Deductibles and Self -Insured Retentions. Any deductibles or self -insured retentions shall not exceed Twenty Five Thousand Dollars and No Cents ($25,000). d. Other Insurance Provisions. The general liability and automobile liability policies are to contain, or be endorsed to contain, the following provisions: 1) The indemnified parties are to be covered as insured's, as respects: liability arising out of activities performed by or on behalf of the Contractor; products and completed operations of the Contractor; premises owned, occupied or used by the Contractor; or automobiles owned, leased, hired or borrowed by the Contractor. The coverage shall contain no special limitations on the scope of protection afforded to the indemnified parties. 2) For any claims related to this project, the Contractor's insurance coverage shall be primary insurance as respects the indemnified parties. Any insurance or self - insured maintained by the indemnified parties shall be excess of the Contractor's insurance and shall not contribute with it. 3) Any failure to comply with reporting or other provisions of the policies including breaches of warranties shall not affect coverage provided to the indemnified parties. 02/27/2019 4) The Contractor's insurance shall apply separately to each insured against whom claim is made or suit is brought, except with respect to the limits of the insurer's liability. 5) Each insurance policy required by this agreement shall be endorsed to state: should the policy be canceled before the expiration date the issuing insurer will endeavor to mail thirty (30) days' prior written notice to the City. 6) If insurance coverage is canceled or, reduced in coverage or in limits the Contractor shall within two (2) business days of notice from insurer phone, fax, and/or notify the City via certified mail, return receipt requested of the changes to or cancellation of the policy. e. Acceptability of Insurers. Insurance is to be placed with insurers with a current A.M. Best rating of A-:VII or better, unless otherwise acceptable to the City. Self insurance shall not be considered to comply with these insurance requirements. f. Verification of Coveraue. Contractor shall furnish the City with original endorsements effecting coverage required by this clause. The endorsements are to be signed by a person authorized by that insurer to bind coverage on its behalf. The endorsements are to be on forms provided by the City. All endorsements are to be received and approved by the City before work commences. As an alternative to the City's forms, the Contractor's insurer may provide complete, certified copies of all required insurance policies, including endorsements affecting the coverage required by these specifications. g. By executing this Agreement, Contractor hereby certifies: I am aware of the provision of Section 3700 of the Labor Code which requires every employer to be insured against liability for Workman's Compensation or undertake self- insurance in accordance with the provisions of that Code, and I will comply with such provisions before commencing the performance of the work of this Contract. 13. PERFORMANCE AND LABOR MATERIAL BONDS Prior to the commencement of the Work, Contractor shall provide the City with a Labor and Materials Bond in form of Exhibit C, Labor and Materials Bond, and a Performance Bond in the form of Exhibit D, Performance Bond, each bond in the amount of the cost of the Work as described in Paragraph 3. Exhibits C and D are attached hereto and incorporated herein by this reference as though set forth in full 14. TIME OF THE ESSENCE Time is of the essence in this Agreement. 15. INDEPENDENT CONTRACTOR a. Contractor is and shall at all times remain as to the City a wholly independent contractor. The personnel performing the services under this Agreement on behalf of Contractor shall at all times be under Contractor's exclusive direction and control. Neither City nor any of its officers, employees, agents, or volunteers shall have control over the conduct of Contractor or any of Contractor's officers, employees, or agents except as set forth in this Agreement. Contractor shall not at any time or in any manner represent that it or any of its officers, 02/27/2019 employees or agents are in any manner officers, employees or agents of the City. Contractor shall not incur or have the power to incur any debt, obligation or liability whatever against City, or bind City in any manner. b. No employee benefits shall be available to Contractor in connection with the performance of this Agreement. Except for the fees paid to Contractor as provided in the Agreement, City shall not pay salaries, wages, or other compensation to Contractor for performing services hereunder for City. City shall not be liable for compensation or indemnification to Contractor for injury or sickness arising out of performing services hereunder. 16. LEGAL RESPONSIBILITIES The Contractor shall keep itself informed of all local, State and Federal ordinances, laws and regulations which in any manner affect those employed by it or in any way affect the performance of its service pursuant to this Agreement. The Contractor shall at all times observe and comply with all such ordinances, laws and regulations. The City, and its officers and employees, shall not be liable at law or in equity occasioned by failure of the Contractor to comply with this section. 17. CONTRACTOR'S INDEPENDENT INVESTIGATION No plea of ignorance of conditions that exist or that may hereafter exist or of conditions of difficulties that may be encountered in the execution of the work under this Agreement, as a result of failure to make the necessary independent examinations and investigations, and no plea of reliance on initial investigations or reports prepared by City for purposes of letting this Agreement out to proposal will be accepted as an excuse for any failure or omission on the part of the Contractor to fulfill in every detail all requirements of this Agreement. Nor will such reasons be accepted as a basis for any claims whatsoever for extra compensation or for an extension of time. 18. CONTRACTOR'S AFFIDAVIT After the completion of the Work contemplated by this Agreement, Contractor shall file an affidavit with the City Manager stating that all workmen and persons employed, all firms supplying materials, and all subcontractors on the Work have been paid in full, and that there are no claims outstanding against the project for either labor or materials, except certain items, if any, to be set forth in an affidavit covering disputed claims or items in connection with a Stop Notice which has been filed under the provisions of the laws of the State of California. 19. BOOKS AND RECORDS Contractor's books, records, and plans or such part thereof as may be engaged in the performance of this Agreement, shall at all reasonable times be subject to inspection and audit by any authorized representative of the City. 20. UTILITY LOCATION City acknowledges its responsibilities with respect to locating utility facilities pursuant to California Government Code Section 4215. 21. REGIONAL NOTIFICATION CENTERS 02/27/2019 Contractor agrees to contact the appropriate regional notification center in accordance with Government Code Section 4215. 22. INSPECTION The Work shall be subject to inspection and testing by City and its authorized representatives during manufacture and construction and all other times and places, including without limitation, the plans of Contractor and any of its suppliers. Contractor shall provide all reasonable facilities and assistance for the safety and convenience of inspectors. All inspections and tests shall be performed in such manner as to not unduly delay the Work. The Work shall be subject to final inspection and acceptance notwithstanding any payments or other prior inspections. Such final inspection shall be made within a reasonable time after completion of the Work. Inspection of the work shall not relieve the Contractor of the obligation to fulfill all obligations under this Agreement. 23. DISCRIMINATION Contractor represents that it has not, and agrees that it will not, discriminate in its employment practices on the basis of race, creed, religion, national origin, color, sex, age, or handicap. 24. WRITTEN NOTICE Any notices which either party may desire to give to the other party under this Agreement must be in writing and may be given either by (i) personal service, (ii) delivery by a reputable document delivery service, such as but not limited to, Federal Express, that provides a receipt showing date and time of delivery, or (iii) mailing in the United States Mail, certified mail, postage prepaid, return receipt requested, addressed to the address of the party as set forth below or at any other address as that party may later designate by Notice. Notice shall be effective upon delivery to the addresses specified below or on the third business day following deposit with the document delivery service or United States Mail as provided above. Mailing Address: City of Temecula Attn: City Manager 41000 Main Street Temecula, CA 92590 To Contractor: TWM Roofing, Inc. Attn: Tom Marshall 5256 S. Mission Rd., Ste. 703 Bonsall, CA 92003 25. ASSIGNMENT The Contractor shall not assign the performance of this Agreement, nor any part thereof, nor any monies due hereunder, without prior written consent of the City. Upon termination of this Agreement, Contractor's sole compensation shall be payment for actual services performed up to, and including, the date of termination or as may be otherwise agreed to in writing between the City Council and the Contractor. 26. LICENSES 02/27/2019 At all times during the term of this Agreement, Contractor shall have in full force and effect, all licenses required of it by law for the performance of the services described in this Agreement. 27. PROHIBITED INTERE No officer, or employee of the City of Temecula that has participated in the development of this agreement or its approval shall have any financial interest, direct or indirect, in this Agreement, the proceeds thereof, the Contractor, or Contractor's sub -contractors for this project, during his/her tenure or for one year thereafter. The Contractor hereby warrants and represents to the City that no officer or employee of the City of Temecula that has participated in the development of this agreement or its approval has any interest, whether contractual, non - contractual, financial or otherwise, in this transaction, the proceeds thereof or in the business of the Contractor or Contractor's sub -contractors on this project. Contractor further agrees to notify the City in the event any such interest is discovered whether or not such interest is prohibited by law or this Agreement. 28. GOVERNING LAW The City and Contractor understand and agree that the laws of the State of California shall govern the rights, obligations, duties and liabilities of the parties to this Agreement and also govern the interpretation of this Agreement. Any litigation concerning this Agreement shall take place in the municipal, superior, or federal district court with geographic jurisdiction over the City of Temecula. In the event such litigation is filed by one party against the other to enforce its rights under this Agreement, the prevailing party, as determined by the Court's judgment, shall be entitled to reasonable attorney fees and litigation expenses for the relief granted. 29. ENTIRE AGREEMENT This Agreement contains the entire understanding between the parties relating to the obligations of the parties described in this Agreement. All prior or contemporaneous agreements, understandings, representations and statements, oral or written, are merged into this Agreement and shall be of no further force or effect. Each party is entering into this Agreement based solely upon the representations set forth herein and upon each party's own independent investigation of any and all facts such party deems material. 30. AUTHORITY TO EXECUTE THIS AGREEMENT The person or persons executing this Agreement on behalf of Contractor warrants and represents that he or she has the authority to execute this Agreement on behalf of the Contractor and has the authority to bind Contractor to the performance of its obligations hereunder. The City Manager is authorized to enter into an amendment on behalf of the City to make the following non -substantive modifications to the agreement: (a) name changes; (b) extension of time; (c) non -monetary changes in scope of work; (d) agreement termination. 31. PERFORMANCE BOND Contractor shall execute and provide to City concurrently with this Agreement a Performance Bond in the amount of the total, not -to -exceed compensation indicated in this Agreement, and in a form provided or approved by the City in Exhibit D. No payment will be made to Contractor until it has been received and approved by the City. 02/27/2019 IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the parties hereto have caused this Agreement to be executed the day and year first above written. CITY OF TEMECULA By: Michael S. Naggar, Mayor ATTEST: By: Rand! Johl, City Clerk APPROVED AS TO FORM: By: TWM ROOFING, INC. (Two Signatures of corporate officers required unless corporate documents authorize only one person to sign the agreement on behalf of the corporation.) By: oa()2 Tom Marshall, President, Secretary & Treasurer Peter M. Thorson, City Attorney CONTRACTOR TWM Roofing, Inc. Attn: Tom Marshall 5256 S. Mission Rd., Ste. 703 Bonsall, CA 92003 Phone Number: (760) 978-0777 TWMS!ncel978@gmaii.com PM Initial Date: 02/27/2019 EXHIBIT "A" SCOPE OF WORK PW17-06 Ronald Reagan Sports Park North/South Fields Restroom Building 1) Remove and dispose of existing shingles and flat roof systems down to wood substrate. 2) Replace all damaged wood and paint new wood similar to existing. 3) Remove or cut substantial nails protruding through the overhangs. Note: The existing overhangs are plywood and have nails protruding/visible thru the sheeting. This plywood will NOT be replaced — only wood that is substantially structurally damaged wood will be replaced, cosmetic damage to be repaired by others. 4) Remove and dispose of existing Announcer's Booth/Crows Nest. 5) Construct a gable end roof over area that Announcer's Booth/Crows Nest was located. New gable roof to tie into the existing hip roof framing. New wood to be painted similar to existing. 6) Construct new shed style overhang roof over concession window extending a minimum of 6' out from building x minimum 12' wide with posts and beams as needed. Install torch membrane roof system similar color to shingle roof. 7) Install 4 new O'Hagin attic vents. 8) Install one layer #30 ASTM rated and/or synthetic underlayment. 9) Install factory pre -painted drip edge metal at eaves. Choice of colors: white, brown or charcoal 10) Install new starter strip to all perimeter edges. 11) Replace all plumbing, heating and fan flashings with new galvanized flashings. 12) Seal flashings with Vulkem #1 16 polyurethane or similar sealant and paint similar to new shingles. 13) Install GAF Timberline Reflector 50-Year/Lifetime Shingles — Title 24 Cool Roof Approved. 14) Install GAF Ridglass to peaks of roof. 15) Remove all waste upon completion. 16) Job is estimated for approximately 10 working days. 17) Performance Bond 10 02/27/2019 GAF provides 50-year/lifetime warranty on shingles Dibiten provides 12-year warranty on torch membrane TWM provides a (5) FIVE- year workmanship warranty. Proper routine maintenance of this roof is required to ensure optimum roof life waterproof integrity and warranty validity. Warranty is NOT valid until job has been paid for in full. TWM Roofing Inc. (hereafter referred to as TWM) agrees to respond to a call for a roof leak & investigate the cause of a leak for a period of (5) Five Years after the date of completion of work described above. TWM will determine the scope of the roof repairs needed and correct the roof leak, if the leak is due to TWM's installation workmanship. Warranty excludes cost to remove/re- install solar panel or other equipment - this to be owner's responsibility. This warranty agreement is between the current owner and TWM and is not transferable to other parties. Owner agrees that TWM will not be responsible for any consequential damages associated with any leaks, including but not limited to damages to structure, interior, interior contents, mold, mildew or personal damages. Owner agrees to notify TWM first before any repairs are made. Owner agrees that TWM will not be liable for any repairs made my others without written permission of TWM. Occasionally water leaks originate from areas outside of our proposed work area such as other roof areas, chimney walls/tops, wood siding, stucco, windows, doors, skylight domes or frames, etc. Owner agrees that TWM will not be held liable for any such leaks. Material warranties that require registration, will be recompleted upon receipt of full payment of contract. Workmanship Warranty only valid upon full payment of contract. ff 02/27/2019 EXHIBIT "B" PAYMENT RATES AND SCHEDULE All material is guaranteed to be as specified for work in Exhibit A, and will be completed in a substantial workmanlike manner for the Lump Sum of $39,948.55. 12 02/27/2019 EXHIBIT "C" CITY OF TEMECULA DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS BOND NO. [INSERT BOND NUMBER] LABOR AND MATERIALS BOND FOR PARK RESTROOMS, RENOVATION, EXPANSION AND ADA IMPROVEMENTS PROJECT NO. PW17-06 KNOW ALL PERSONS BY THESE PRESENTS: THAT, WHEREAS, the City of Temecula has awarded to: TWM Roofing, Inc. 5256 S. Mission Rd., Ste. 703 Bonsall, CA 92003 Hereinafter called "Contractor," a contract for the work described as follows: PARK RESTROOMS, RENOVATION, EXPANSION AND ADA IMPROVEMENTS, PROJECT NO. PW77-06, hereinafter called "Contract," and WHEREAS, said Contractor is required by the provisions of Sections 3247-3252 of the Civil Code to furnish a bond in connection with said Contract, as hereinafter set forth. NOW, THEREFORE, WE, the undersigned Contractor, as Principal, and [INSERT NAME AND ADDRESS OF SURETY] duly authorized to transact business under the laws of the State of California, as Surety, hereinafter called "Surety," are held and firmly bound unto the City of Temecula, California, and all contractors, subcontractors, laborers, materialmen, and other persons employed in the performance of the aforesaid Contract and referred to in Title 15 of the Civil Code, in the penal sum of [INSERT WRITTEN AND NUMERICAL DOLLAR AMOUNT], lawful money of the United States, said sum being not less than one hundred (100%) of the estimated amount payable by the said City of Temecula under the terms of the Contract, for the payment of which we bind ourselves, our heirs, executors, administrators, successors, and assigns, jointly and severally, firmly by these presents. THE CONDITION OF THIS OBLIGATION is such that, if said Contractor, or its heirs, executors, administrators, successors, and assigns, or subcontractors, shall fail to pay for any materials, provisions, provender or other supplies, or teams, implements or machinery, used in, upon, for, or about the performance of the work under the Contract to be done, or for any work or labor thereon of any kind or for amounts due under the Unemployment Insurance Code with respect to such work or labor, as required by the provisions of Chapter 7 of Title 5 of Part 4 of Division 3 of the Civil Code, and provided that the claimant shall have compiled with the provisions of said Civil Code, the Surety shall pay for the same in an amount not exceeding the sum specified in this bond, otherwise the above obligation shall be void. 13 02/27/2019 As a part of the obligation secured hereby and in addition to the face amount specified, costs and reasonable expenses and fees shall be included, including reasonable attorneys' fees incurred by the City of Temecula in successfully enforcing this obligation, all to be taxed as costs and included in any judgment rendered. This bond shall inure to the benefit of any and all persons, companies, and corporations entitled to file claims under Section 3181 of the Civil Code, so as to give a right of action to them or their assigns in any suit brought upon this bond, and shall also cover payment for any amounts required to be deducted, withheld, and paid over to the Employment Development Department from the wages of employees of the Contractor or its subcontractors pursuant to Section 13020 of the Unemployment Insurance Code. The Surety hereby stipulates and agrees that no change, extension of time, alteration, or addition to the terms of the Contract, or to the work to be performed thereunder, or to the specifications accompanying the same, shall in any way affect its obligations on this bond. The Surety hereby waives notice of any such change, extension of time, alteration, or addition to the terms of the Contract, or to the work to be performed thereunder, or to the specifications accompanying the same. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, this instrument has been duly executed by the Principal and Surety above named, on the [INSERT DATE] of [INSERT MONTH], [INSERT YEAR]. (Seal) SURETY By: (Name) (Title) APPROVED AS TO FORM: Peter M. Thorson, City Attorney PRINCIPAL By: (Name) (Title) By: (Name) (Title) Attach Notarial Acknawled ement or Jurat for both the Suret and Princi al Si natures 14 02/27/2019 EXHIBIT "D" CITY OF TEMECULA DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS BOND NO. [INSERT BOND NUMBER] PERFORMANCE BOND FOR PARK RESTROOMS, RENOVATION, EXPANSION AND ADA IMPROVEMENTS PROJECT NO. PW17-06 KNOW ALL PERSONS BY THESE PRESENTS: THAT, WHEREAS, the City of Temecula, State of California, entered into a contract on this [INSERT DATE] of [INSERT MONTH], [INSERT YEAR], hereinafter called "Contract," with: TWM Roofing, Inc. 5256 S. Mission Rd., Ste. 703 Bonsall, CA 92003 Hereinafter called "Principal," for the work described as follows: PARK RESTROOMS, RENOVATION, EXPANSION AND ADA IMPROVEMENTS, PROJECT NO. PW17-06, and WHEREAS, the said Principal is required under the terms of said Contract to furnish a bond for the faithful performance of said Contract. NOW, THEREFORE, WE, the Principal, and [INSERT NAME OF SURETY], duly authorized to transact business under the laws of the State of California, as Surety, hereinafter called "Surety," are held and firmly bound unto the City of Temecula in the penal sum of [INSERT WRITTEN AND NUMERICAL DOLLAR AMOUNT], lawful money of the United States, for the payment of which sum we bind ourselves, our heirs, executors, administrators, successors, and assigns, jointly and severally, firmly by these presents. THE CONDITION OF THIS OBLIGATION is such that, if the Principal, its heirs, executors, administrators, successors, or assigns, shall in all things stand to, abide by, and well and truly keep and perform the covenants, conditions and agreements in the said Contract, and in any alteration thereof made as therein provided, on its part to be kept and performed, at the time and in the manner therein specified, in all respects according to their true intent and meaning, and shall indemnify and save harmless the City of Temecula, its officers and agents, as therein stipulated, then this obligation shall become null and void; otherwise it shall be and remain in full force and virtue. As a part of the obligation secured hereby and in addition to the face amount specified, costs and reasonable expenses and fees shall be included, including reasonable attorneys' fees incurred by the City of Temecula in successfully enforcing this obligation, all to be taxed as costs and included in any judgment rendered. 15 02/27/2019 The Surety hereby stipulates and agrees that no change, extension of time, alteration, or addition to the terms of the Contract, or to the work to be performed thereunder, or to the specifications accompanying the same, shall in any way affect its obligations on this bond, and it does hereby waive notice of any such change, extension of time, alteration, or addition to the terms of the Contract, or to the work, or to the Specifications. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, this instrument has been duly executed by the Principal and Surety above named, on the [INSERT DATE] of [INSERT MONTH], [INSERT YEAR]. (Seal) SURETY By: (Name) (Title) APPROVED AS TO FORM: Peter M. Thorson, City Attorney PRINCIPAL By: (Name) (Title) By: (Name) (Title) Attach Notarial Acknowledclement or Jurat for both the Surety and Principal Signatures 16 02/27/2019 State of California Secretary of State CERTIFICATE OF STATUS ENTITY NAME: TWM ROOFING, INC. FILE NUMBER: C2292758 FORMATION DATE: 12/06/2002 TYPE: DOMESTIC CORPORATION JURISDICTION: CALIFORNIA STATUS: ACTIVE (GOOD STANDING) I, DEBRA BOWEN, Secretary of State of the State of California, hereby certify: The records of this office indicate the entity is authorized to exercise all of its powers, rights and privileges in the State of California. No information is available from this office regarding the financial condition; business activities or practices of the entity. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I execute this certificate and affix the Great Seal of the State of California -this day of June 18, 2012. k) A— ZTL'-e�� DEBRA BOWEN Secretary of State RKS 'NP-25 (REV 112007) �'�'�'�Y• State of California ES ����_ � E-F002.40 f Secretary of State FILED Statement of Information In the office of the Secretary of (Domestic Stock and Agricultural Cooperative Corporations) State of the State of California FEES (Filing and Disclosure): $25.00. If amendment, see instructions. May - 5 2011 IMPORTANT - READ INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE COMPLETING THIS FORM This Space For Filing Use Only 1. CORPORATE NAME C2292758 TWM ROOFING, INC. Due Date: Complete:Addresses for the Following (Do not abbreviate the name of the city. Items 2 and 3 cannot be P.O. Boxes.) 2. STREET ADDRESS OF PRINCIPAL EXECUTIVE OFFICE CITY STATE ZIP CODE 165 ACACIA AVENUE CARLSBAD CA 92008 3. STREET ADDRESS OF PRINCIPAL BUSINESS OFFICE IN CALIFORNIA, IF ANY CITY STATE ZIP CODE 165 ACACIA AVENUE CARLSBAD CA 92008 4. MAILING ADDRESS OF THE CORPORATION, IF DIFFERENT THAN ITEM 2 CITY STATE ZIP CODE Names and Complete Addresses of the Following Officers (The corporation must list these three officers. A comparable title for the specific officer may be added; however, the preprinted titles on this form must not be altered.) 5. CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER/ ADDRESS CITY STATE ZIP CODE TOM MARSHALL 165 ACACIA AVENUE CARLSBAD, CA 92008 6. SECRETARY ADDRESS CITY STATE ZIP CODE TOM MARSHALL 165 ACACIA AVENUE CARLSBAD, CA 92008 7. CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICERI ADDRESS CITY STATE ZIP CODE TOM MARSHALL 165 ACACIA AVENUE CARLSBAD CA 92008 Names and Complete Addresses of All Directors, Including Directors Who Are Also Officers (The corporation must have at least one director. Attach additional pages, if necessary.) $. NAME ADDRESS Ci T Y STAT ZIP CODE TOM MARSHALL 165 ACACIA AVENUE CARLSBAD, CA 92008 9. NAME ADDRESS CITY STATE ZIP CODE 10 NAME ADDRESS CITY STATE ZIP CODE 11. NUMBER OF VACANCIES ON THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS, IF ANY: Agent for Service of Process (If the agent is an individual, the agent must reside in California and Item 13 must be completed with a California street address (a P.O, Box address is not acceptable). If the agent is another corporation, the agent must have on file with the California Secretary. of State a certificate pursuant to California Corporations Code section 1505 and Item 13 must be left blank.) 12 NAME OF AGENT FOR SERVICE OF PROCESS TOM MARSHALL 13. STREET ADDRESS OF AGENT FOR SERVICE OF PROCESS IN CALIFORNIA, IF AN INDIVIDUAL CITY STATE ZIP CODE 165 ACACIA AVENUE CARLSBAD, CA 92008 Type of Business 14. DESCRIBE THE TYPE OF BUSINESS OF THE CORPORATION ROOFING CONTRACTOR 15. BY SUBMITTING THIS STATEMENT OF INFORMATION TO THE CALIFORNIA SECRETARY OF STATE, THE CORPORATION CERTIFIES THE INFORMATION CONTAINED HEREIN, INCLUDING ANY ATTACHMENTS, IS TRUE AND CORRECT. 05/05/2011 TOM MARSHALL CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER DATE TYPE OR PRINT NAME OF PERSON COMPLETING THE FORM TITLE SIGNATURE SI-200 C (REV 10/2010) APPROVED BY SECRETARY OF STATE 2292758,� FILED In the Office of tho Secetary of State of the State of Cdfomla ARTICLE OF INCORPORATION DEC 0 6 Z0QZ I �` BILL dflN�S, 5 ..{pry• 2f $fade The name. of this corporation is _ TWM ROOFING, INCH II The purpose of the corporation is to engage in any lawful act or activity for which a corporation may be organized under the GENERAL CORPORATION LAW of California other than the banking business, the trust company business or the practice of a profession permitted to be incorporated by the California Corporations Code. III The name and address in the State of California of this corporation's initial agent for service of process is: Name: LINDA J. MARSHALL Address: 4445 ESTATE DRIVE City . FALLBROOK State: C:flifornia,_ Zip 92028 IV This corporation is authorized to issue only one class of shares of stock; and the total number of shares which this corporation is authorized to issue is 100 I ihlda J. Mar call, Incorporator Capital Improvement Program Fiscal Years 2019-23 PARKS IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM Parks and Recreation Project Project Description: This project facilitates rehabilitation and improvement projects at various City parks The rehabilitation and improvement projects could include, but are not limited to, parking lot repairs and resurfacing, raised and cracked concrete sidewalk replacement, fencing repair and replacement, landscaping and irrigation system efficiency upgrades, lighting system repairs and efficiency upgrades, on -site drainage improvements and other similar projects. Benefit / Core Value: This project protects the City's vast investment in parks and open space facilities. In addition, this project satisfies the City's Core Values of a Healthy and Livable City, A Safe and Prepared Community, and Accountable and Responsive City Government. Project Status: A priority list of rehabilitation projects has been developed. Rehabilitations are completed on an on -going basis. Department: Public Works / Temecula Community Services - Account No. 210.190.130 Level: 2022-23 Project Cost: Prior Years FYE 2018 2018-19 Projected Actual Carryover Adopted 2019-20 2020-21 2021-22 and Future Total Project Expenditures Budget Appropriation Projected Projected Projected Years Cost Administration Construction $ 20,900 $ 1,080,707 $ 3,500 $ 354,893 $ 20,000 $ 230,000 $ 20,000 $230,000 $ 20,000 $230,000 $ 20,000 $230,000 $ 104,400 $ 2,355,600 Totals $ 1,101,607 $ 358,393 $ 250,000 $250,000 $250,000 $250,000 $ $ 2,460,000 Source of Funds: Prior Years FYE 2018 2018-19 Actual Carryover Adopted 2019-20 2020-21 2021-22 2022-23 Total Project Expenditures Budget Appropriation Projected Projected Projected Projected Cost General Fund $ 839,834 $ 220,166 $ 1,060,000 Measure S $ 61,773 $ 138,227 $ 200,000 $250,000 $250,000 $250,000 $ 1,150,000 DIF (Quimby) $ 200,000 $ 50,000 $ 250,000 Total Funding: $ 1,101,607 1 $ 358,393 1 $ 250,000 $250,000 $250,000 $250,000 $ $ 2,460,000 Future Operation & Maintenance Costs 2018-19 2019-20 2020-21 2021-22 2022-23 / ,to Vatlty ✓•llgh School loft— s Rlver SprinQs Charter Schc,., �' .� PROJECT: Park Restroom Renovations, Expansion and Americans with Disability Act (ADA) Improvements, PW17-06 SUBJECT: Approval of the Minor Construction Agreement with TWM Roofing, Inc. DATE: June 11, 2019 Item No. 13 ACTION MINUTES TEMECULA COMMUNITY SERVICES DISTRICT MEETING COUNCIL CHAMBERS 41000 MAIN STREET TEMECULA, CALIFORNIA MAY 28, 2019 CALL TO ORDER at 7:52 PM: Vice -President Zak Schwank ROLL CALL: Edwards, Naggar, Rahn, Schwank, Stewart (absent) CSD PUBLIC COMMENTS None CSD CONSENT CALENDAR Unless otherwise indicated below, the following pertains to all items on the Consent Calendar. Approved the Staff Recommendation (4-0, Stewart absent): Motion by Edwards, Second by Rahn. The electronic vote reflected unanimous approval with Stewart absent. 13. Approve the Action Minutes of May 14, 2019 Recommendation: That the Board of Directors approve the action minutes of May 14, 2019. 14. Set Public Hearing to Approve TCSD Proposed Rates and Charges for Fiscal Year 2019-20 Recommendation: That the Board of Directors adopt the following resolutions entitled: RESOLUTION NO. CSD 19-03 A RESOLUTION OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF THE TEMECULA COMMUNITY SERIVES DISTRICT OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA ACKNOWLEDGING THE FILING OF A REPORT WITH RESPECT TO THE PROPOSED RATES AND CHARGES FOR FISCAL YEAR 2019-20 AND SETTING A TIME AND PLACE FOR A PUBLIC HEARING IN CONNECTION THEREWITH RESOLUTION NO. CSD 19-04 A RESOLUTION OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF THE TEMECULA COMMUNITY SERVICES DISTRICT OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA, DECLARING ITS INTENTION TO LEVY AND COLLECT ANNUAL ASSESSMENTS FOR MAINTENANCE IN THE EXISTING TEMECULA COMMUNITY SERVICES DISTRICT, FOR FY 2019-20, PROPOSING CERTAIN CHANGES TO THE ASSESSMENTS AND AUTHORIZED IMPROVEMENTS, AND SETTING THE TIME AND PLACE FOR A PUBLIC HEARING THEREON 15. Approve the Agreement for Consultant Services with Social Work Action Group (SWAG) Citywide Homeless Outreach, Case Management and Operation of the HELP Center (At the Reauest of Human Services Subcommittee Mavor Pro Tem Stewart and Council Member Edwards Recommendation: That the Board of Directors: 1. Approve the agreement for consultant services with Social Work Action Group (SWAG) in the amount of $143,991.20 for citywide homeless outreach, case management, and operation of the HELP Center. 2. Appropriate $8,000 to the Responsible Compassion Division within the Temecula Community Services Fiscal Year 2018-19 Annual Operating Budget. CSD DIRECTOR OF COMMUNITY SERVICES REPORT CSD GENERAL MANAGER REPORT CSD BOARD OF DIRECTORS REPORTS CSD ADJOURNMENT At 7:55 PM, the Community Services District meeting was formally adjourned to Tuesday, June 11, 2019, at 5:30 PM for a Closed Session, with a regular session commencing at 7:00 PM, City Council Chambers, 41000 Main Street, Temecula, California. James Stewart, President ATTEST: Randi Johl, Secretary [SEAL] Item No. 14 TEMECULA COMMUNITY SERVICES DISTRICT AGENDA REPORT TO: General Manager/Board of Directors FROM: Kevin Hawkins, Director of Community Services DATE: June 11, 2019 SUBJECT: Approve a Sponsorship Agreement with the Temecula Sister City Association for the Support of Cultural Exchange PREPARED BY: Tracy Frick, Community Services Manager RECOMMENDATION: That the Board of Directors approve a Sponsorship Agreement with the Temecula Sister City Association, in the amount of $3,500 community support funding for student travel scholarships, plus $4,000 in -kind staff support and facility utilization. BACKGROUND: The Temecula Sister City Association (TSCA) is a California non- profit corporation that supports the cultural exchanges of people and ideas. The global education and experiences that TSCA provides has enhanced our community by exposing our youth to diversity and promoting cultural understanding, friendship, and knowledge. The City of Temecula has enjoyed the benefit of having two sister cities, Nakayama-Daisen, Japan, and Leidschendam-Voorburg, The Netherlands for more than 25 years. Recently a Temecula contingent returned from Japan as part of a 251h Anniversary celebration between the City of Temecula and the City of Nakayama-Daisen as Sister Cities. In April of 2019, the Mayor of the City of Leidschendam-Voorburg informally notified the City Manager of their intent to discontinue the relationship between Leidschendam-Voorburg and their three sister cities, including Temecula. This notification was followed up by a May 8, 2019 letter effectively terminating the twin (sister) city relationship between Leidschendam-Voorburg and Temecula back to the beginning of the year, January 1, 2019. In anticipation of the impending cancellation, and as there were no cultural exchanges between Temecula and Leidschendam-Voorburg planned, the cash portion of the Sponsorship Agreement has been reduced from $5,000 in Fiscal Year 2018- 19 to $3,500 for Fiscal Year 2019-20. The following are the roles and responsibilities established for TSCA and City staff liaison required to implement the Sister City cultural program: Temecula Sister City Association Responsibilities: • Develop and implement Sister City functions and services including coordination of events, dinners and TSCA gifts • Provide student exchange scholarships • Provide teacher stipend for student exchanges Temecula Community Services District Responsibilities: • Coordinate travel for City Officials and/or Council Members • Provide student scholarships • Fund and coordinate official lunches, dinners, and/or receptions for visiting dignitaries and students • Purchase official gifts • Provide transportation to and from the airport for official dignitaries FISCAL IMPACT: The in -kind City staffing costs of $3,500, in -kind facility usage of $500, and Community Support Funding of $3,500 has been allocated in the proposed Fiscal Year 2019-20 Annual Operating Budget. ATTACHMENTS: Sponsorship Agreement SPONSORSHIP AGREEMENT BETWEEN TEMECULA COMMUNITY SERVICES DISTRICT AND TEMECULA SISTER CITY ASSOCIATION THIS AGREEMENT is made and effective as of this 1111 day of June, 2019, by and between the Temecula Community Services District, a community services district (hereinafter referred to as "City"), and Temecula Sister City Association, a California nonprofit corporation (hereinafter referred to as the "Nonprofit"). In consideration of the mutual covenants, conditions and undertakings set forth herein, the parties agree as follows: 1. RECITALS This Agreement is made with respect to the following facts and purposes which each of the parties acknowledge and agree are true and correct: a. The Nonprofit shall operate the Temecula Sister City Program (hereinafter referred to as the "Program"). b. The Program includes the facilitation of sister city travels, Japanese and Dutch cultural programs, sponsorship of student travelers and other cultural exchanges. C. Alcohol may be served. d. The City desires to be a "Supporting Sponsor" of the Program by providing funding and City support services. 2. TERM This Agreement shall commence on July 1, 2019 and shall remain and continue in effect until tasks described herein are completed, but in no event later than June 30, 2020, unless sooner terminated pursuant to the provisions of this Agreement. 3. CONSIDERATION a. In exchange for providing the Nonprofit with in -kind city -support services valued at an amount not to exceed THREE THOUSAND FIVE HUNDRED DOLLARS AND NO CENTS ($3,500.00) and in -kind facilities usage valued at an amount not to exceed FIVE HUNDRED DOLLARS AND NO CENTS ($500.00) as listed in Exhibit B, the City of Temecula shall be designated as a Supporting Sponsor of the Program. As a Supporting Sponsor the City shall receive sponsor benefits as listed in Exhibit A. In the event that City support services exceeds FOUR THOUSAND DOLLARS AND NO CENTS ($4,000.00), the Nonprofit may seek City authorization for payment above that amount. b. The City of Temecula shall also provide funding in the amount of THREE THOUSAND FIVE HUNDRED DOLLARS AND NO CENTS ($3,500.00) cash which will be allocated to pay for student travel scholarships, education, support and outreach, as listed in Exhibit B. 04/18/2018 C. The Nonprofit shall support economies of the City of Temecula by promoting and utilizing local businesses (e.g. local food vendors, restaurants, wineries, crafters, etc.) first when competitive and practicable. 4. WRITTEN REPORT Within ninety (90) days after the conclusion of the Program the Nonprofit shall prepare and submit to the Director of Community Services a written report evaluating the Program, its attendance, media coverage, and description of the materials in which the City has listed as a Supporting Sponsor. The report shall also include samples of media, press clippings, flyers, pamphlets, etc., in a presentation notebook format. In addition, complete financial statements including a balance sheet, income statement and budget to actual comparison report of the Program must be included in such a written report. 5. FINANCIAL REVIEW The Nonprofit shall provide complete financial statements including a_ balance sheet, income statement and budget to actual comparison report of the Event. This financial review of the Program should be completed and submitted to the City no later than December 31, 2020. The financial review shall provide a general summary report on how funds were expended and used to benefit Temecula Valley residents and shall include documentation, including but not limited to, copies of invoices, receipts and cancelled checks to support the Sponsorship Funding. The financial documentation is subject to an audit, as determined by City staff. 6. PERMITS The Nonprofit shall file applications for a Temporary Use Permit and Special Event Permit with the City no later than thirty (30) days prior to the first day of the Event. The City retains its governmental jurisdiction to determine whether to issue the permits and the nature and scope of Conditions of Approval. The Nonprofit shall comply with all conditions of approval for the Temporary Use Permit, the Special Event Permit, or any other City -issued permits. Failure to comply with the Conditions of Approval of such permits shall constitute a default of this Agreement and is grounds for termination of this Agreement. 7. MEETING ATTENDANCE The Nonprofit shall attend all City pre-program planning meetings and event recap meetings if warranted. 8. INDEMNIFICATION The Nonprofit shall indemnify, protect, defend and hold harmless the City of Temecula, Temecula Community Services District, and/or the Successor Agency to the Temecula Redevelopment Agency, its elected officials, officers, employees, volunteers, and representatives from any and all suits, claims, demands, losses, defense costs or expenses, actions, liability or damages of whatsoever kind and nature which the City of Temecula, Temecula Community Services District, and/or the Successor Agency to the Temecula Redevelopment Agency, its officers, agents and employees may sustain or incur or which may be imposed upon them for injury to or death of persons, or damage to property arising out of the Nonprofit's negligent or wrongful acts or omissions arising out of or in any way related to the performance or non- performance of this Agreement. 04/18/2018 9. INSURANCE The Nonprofit shall secure and maintain from a State of California admitted insurance company, pay for and maintain in full force and effect for the duration of this Agreement an insurance policy of comprehensive general liability against claims for injuries to persons or damages to property, which may arise from or in connection with the performance of the work hereunder by July 1, 2019 its agents, representatives, or employees. a. Minimum Scope of Insurance. Coverage shall be at least as broad as: 1) Insurance Services Office Commercial General Liability form No. CG 00 01 11 85 or 88. 2) Insurance Services Office Business Auto Coverage form CA 00 01 06 92 covering Automobile Liability, code 1 (any auto). If the Recipient owns no automobiles, a non -owned auto endorsement to the General Liability policy described above is acceptable. 3) Worker's Compensation insurance as required by the State of California and Employer's Liability Insurance. If the Recipient has no employees while performing under this Agreement, worker's compensation insurance is not required, but Consultant shall execute a declaration that it has no employees. b. Minimum Limits of Insurance. Consultant shall maintain limits no less than: 1) General Liability: Two million ($2,000,000) per occurrence for bodily injury, personal injury and property damage. If Commercial General Liability Insurance or other form with a general aggregate limit is used, either the general aggregate limit shall apply separately to this project/location or the general aggregate limit shall be twice the required occurrence limit. 2) Automobile Liability: One million ($1,000,000) per accident for bodily injury and property damage. 3) Worker's Compensation insurance is required only if Nonprofit employs any employees. Nonprofit warrants and represents to the City of Temecula, Temecula Community Services District, and/or the Successor Agency to the Temecula Redevelopment Agency that it has no employees and that it will obtain the required Worker's Compensation Insurance upon the hiring of any employees. 4) Liquor Liability: One million dollars ($1,000,000) combined single limit per occurrence for bodily injury, personal injury and property damage. C. Deductibles and Self -Insured Retentions. Any deductibles or self -insured retentions shall not exceed Twenty Five Thousand Dollars and No Cents ($25,000). d. Other Insurance Provisions. The general liability and automobile liability policies are to contain, or be endorsed to contain, the following provisions: 1) The City of Temecula, the Temecula Community Services District, the Successor Agency to the Temecula Redevelopment Agency, their officers, officials, employees and volunteers are to be covered as insured's, as respects: liability arising out of activities performed by or on behalf of the NonProfit; products and completed operations of the Recipient; premises owned, occupied or used by the Nonprofit; or automobiles owned, leased, hired or borrowed by the Nonprofit. The coverage shall contain no special limitations on the scope of protection afforded to the City of Temecula, the Temecula Community Services District, the 04/18/2018 Successor Agency to the Temecula Redevelopment Agency, their officers, officials, employees or volunteers. 2) For any claims related to this project, the Nonprofit's insurance coverage shall be primary insurance as respects the City of Temecula, the Temecula Community Services District, the Successor Agency to the Temecula Redevelopment Agency, their officers, officials, employees and volunteers. Any insurance or self -insured maintained by the City of Temecula, Temecula Community Services District, and/or the Successor Agency to the Temecula Redevelopment Agency, its officers, officials, employees or volunteers shall be excess of the Consultant's insurance and shall not contribute with it. 3) Any failure to comply with reporting or other provisions of the policies including breaches of warranties shall not affect coverage provided to the City, the Temecula Community Services District, the Successor Agency to the Temecula Redevelopment Agency, their officers, officials, employees or volunteers. 4) The Nonprofit's insurance shall apply separately to each insured against whom claim is made or suit is brought, except with respect to the limits of the insurer's liability. 5) Each insurance policy required by this agreement shall be endorsed to state: should the policy be canceled before the expiration date the issuing insurer will endeavor to mail thirty (30) days prior written notice to the City. 6) If insurance coverage is canceled or, reduced in coverage or in limits the Nonprofit shall within two (2) business days of notice from insurer phone, fax, and/or notify the City via certified mail, return receipt requested of the changes to or cancellation of the policy. e. Acceptability of Insurers. Insurance is to be placed with insurers with a current A.M. Best rating of A-:VII or better, unless otherwise acceptable to the City. Self insurance shall not be considered to comply with these insurance requirements. f. Verification of Coverage. Nonproft shall furnish the City with original endorsements effecting coverage required by this clause. The endorsements are to be signed by a person authorized by that insurer to bind coverage on its behalf. The endorsements are to be on forms provided by the City. All endorsements are to be received and approved by the City before work commences. As an alternative to the City's forms, the Nonprofit's insurer may provide complete, certified copies of all required insurance policies, including endorsements affecting the coverage required by these specifications. 10. GOVERNING LAW The City and the Nonprofit understand and agree that the laws of the State of California shall govern the rights, obligations, duties and liabilities of the parties to this Agreement and also govern the interpretation of this Agreement. Any litigation concerning this Agreement shall take place in the municipal, superior, or federal district court with geographic jurisdiction over the City of Temecula. In the event such litigation is filed by one party against the other to enforce its rights under this Agreement, the prevailing party, as determined by the Court's judgment, shall be entitled to reasonable attorney fees and litigation expenses for the relief granted. 04/18/2018 11. LEGAL RESPONSIBILITIES The Nonprofit shall keep itself informed of all local, State and Federal ordinances, laws and regulations which in any manner affect those employed by it or in any way affect the performance of its service pursuant to this Agreement. The Nonprofit shall at all times observe and comply with all such ordinances, laws and regulations. The City, and its officers and employees, shall not be liable at law or in equity occasioned by failure of the Nonprofit to comply with this section. 12. ASSIGNMENT The Nonprofit shall not assign the performance of this Agreement, nor any part thereof, nor any monies due hereunder, without prior written consent of the City. 13. NOTICES Any notices which either party may desire to give to the other party under this Agreement must be in writing and may be given either by (i) personal service, (ii) delivery by a reputable document delivery service, such as but not limited to, Federal Express, that provides a receipt showing date and time of delivery, or (iii) mailing in the United States Mail, certified mail, postage prepaid, return receipt requested, addressed to the address of the party as set forth below or at any other address as that party may later designate by Notice: Mailing Address: City of Temecula Attn: General Manager 41000 Main Street Temecula, CA 92590 To Recipient: Temecula Sister City Association Daniel Venne, Treasurer 41911 5tn Street #300 Temecula, CA 92590 14. INDEPENDENT CONTRACTOR a.- The Nonprofit shall at all times remain as to the City a wholly independent contractor. The personnel performing the services under this Agreement on behalf of the Nonprofit shall at all times be under the Nonprofit's exclusive direction and control. Neither City nor any of its officers, employees, agents, or volunteers shall have control over the conduct of Recipient or any of the Nonprofit's officers, employees, or agents except as set forth in this Agreement. The Nonprofit shall not at any time or in any manner represent that it or any of its officers, employees or agents are in any manner officers, employees or agents of the City. The Nonprofit shall not incur or have the power to incur any debt, obligation or liability whatever against City, or bind City in any manner. No employee benefits shall be available to the Nonprofit in connection with the performance of this Agreement. Except for the fees paid to the Nonprofit as provided in the Agreement, City shall not pay salaries, wages, or other compensation to the Nonprofit for performing services hereunder for City. City shall not be liable for compensation or indemnification to the Nonprofit for injury or sickness arising out of performing services hereunder. 04/18/2018 15. ENTIRE AGREEMENT This Agreement contains the entire understanding between the parties relating to the obligations of the parties described in this Agreement. All prior or contemporaneous agreements, understandings, representations and statements, oral or written, are merged into this Agreement and shall be of no further force or effect. Each party is entering into this Agreement based solely upon the representations set forth herein and upon each party's own independent investigation of any and all facts such party deems material. 16. AUTHORITY TO EXECUTE THIS AGREEMENT The person or persons executing this Agreement on behalf of the Nonprofit warrants and represents that he or she has the authority to execute this Agreement on behalf of the Nonprofit and has the authority to bind the Nonprofit to the performance of its obligations hereunder. The General Manager is authorized to enter into an amendment on behalf of the City to make the following non -substantive modifications to the agreement: (a) name changes; (b) extension of time; (c) non -monetary changes in scope of work; (d) agreement termination. 04/18/2018 IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the parties hereto have caused this Agreement to be executed the day and year first above written. TEMECULA COMMUNITY SERVICES DISTRICT By: James Stewart, TCSD President ATTEST: By: Randi Johl, Secretary APPROVED AS TO FORM: By: Peter M. Thorson, General Counsel TEMECULA SISTER CITY ASSOCIATION (Two signatures of corporate officers required unless corporate documents authorize only one person to sign the agreement on behalf of the corporation] By: Richard Scott, Chairperson By: Daniel Venne, Treasurer NONPROFIT Temecula Sister City Association Daniel Venne, Treasurer 41911 r Street #300, Temecula, CA 92590 951-694-1986 PM Initials: Date: �f 04/18/2018 EXHIBIT "A" CITY OF TEMECULA SPONSORSHIP BENEFITS SUPPORTING SPONSOR TEMECULA SISTER CITY ASSOCIATION shall provide the following benefits and services for the citizens of the City of Temecula: • City of Temecula logo/name on advertisements • City of Temecula name on all press releases • City of Temecula logo/name on program flyers • City of Temecula logo/name on related Online Communications "Press Releases will be distributed to all local media, however, publication cannot be guaranteed. Press Releases can also be provided to all sponsors for distribution to their clients, agents, employees, etc. 04/18/2018 EXHIBIT "B" IN -KIND SERVICES ESTIMATED VALUE OF CITY SUPPORT SERVICES AND COSTS Based on the input from City departments we received estimated cost projections for the Temecula Sister City Program. The following expenses can be anticipated for the program: Community services staff support (in -kind): $ 3,500.00 Three (3) Facility rental opportunities at no cost (in -kind): $ 500.00 Monetary Support for student travel sponsorships, education, outreach: $ 3,500.00 TOTAL: $ 7,500.00 04/18/2018 Item No. 15 SUCCESSOR AGENCY TO THE TEMECULA REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY AGENDA REPORT TO FROM: DATE: Executive Director/Board of Directors Luke Watson, Director of Community Development June 11, 2019 SUBJECT: Approve the Third Amendment to the Disposition and Development Agreement for the Town Square Marketplace Development Between the Successor Agency to the Temecula Redevelopment Agency, the City of Temecula, and Town Square Marketplace Old Town, LLC. Located at APNs 922-360-004, 005, 006, 007 PREPARED BY: Lynn Kelly -Lehner, Principal Management Analyst RECOMMENDATION: That the Board of Directors adopt a resolution entitled: RESOLUTION NO. SARDA 19 - A RESOLUTION OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF THE SUCCESSOR AGENCY TO THE TEMECULA REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY APPROVING THE THIRD AMENDMENT TO THE DISPOSITION AND DEVELOPMENT AGREEMENT BY AND AMONG THE CITY OF TEMECULA, SUCCESSOR AGENCY TO THE TEMECULA REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY, AND TOWN SQUARE MARKETPLACE OLD TOWN, LLC CONVEYING APPROXIMATELY ONE ACRE OF PROPERTY LOCATED ON MAIN STREET WEST OF MERCEDES STREET BACKGROUND: The Subject Property, also known as the Town Square Marketplace (TSMP), is considered the third and final phase of the overall Civic Center development. The Subject Property consists of the vacant pads flanking the Town Square Park to the north and south. Town Square Marketplace is envisioned as a commercial mixed -use development that will complement the Civic Center and Town Square Park. In March 2014, staff met the Civic Center Subcommittee (Subcommittee), then consisting of Council Members Comerchero and Roberts, to receive direction on the future development of the TSMP. On March 11, 2014, the City issued a Request for Interest to solicit interest from qualified firms for the development of the TSMP, at the direction of the Subcommittee. On August 14, 2014, the Subcommittee, along with staff, conducted interviews of the three applicants. The Subcommittee unanimously chose Town Square Marketplace Old Town, LLC (also known as Truax Development) as the preferred candidate to enter into an Exclusive Negotiating Agreement and Disposition and Development Agreement. On December 13, 2016, the City Council and the Successor Agency approved a Disposition and Development Agreement (DDA) with Truax Development outlining the terms of the purchase and sale of the property, due diligence period, schedule of performance, deposit, scope of development, and close of escrow. On June 12, 2018, the City Council and Successor Agency approved the First Amendment to the DDA amending the term involving the close of escrow by extending the term by an additional six (6) from the approval of the amendment to allow for the proper analysis of a current appraisal of the property. The amendment also required that the Developer bear the cost of all future appraisals. On December 11, 2018, the City Council and Successor Agency approved the Second Amendment to the DDA to extend the close of escrow to June 13, 2019. Neither the City nor the Successor Agency have an obligation to extend the term beyond this date. This amendment included a provision stipulating that if the Developer does not complete all foundation work within 18 calendar months after the close of escrow, the City may elect to purchase back the property at the purchase price the developer paid, minus fees. The Developer is requesting an additional extension to the close of escrow to December 13, 2019. If the close of escrow does not occur by such date, then any party not then in default may terminate the DDA. FISCAL IMPACT: The TSMP site is a former Redevelopment Agency owned property. Due to the dissolution of the Redevelopment Agency in 2012, the site was transferred to the Successor Agency to the Temecula Redevelopment Agency. Legislation pertaining to the dissolution of Redevelopment required the Successor Agency to produce a Long Range Property Management Plan (LRPMP), in which the Successor Agency was required to identify any former non -housing properties that was owned by the Successor Agency, and the intention of development and or disposition of the properties. The LRPMP identified the TSMP site as "retained for future development." While the site was purchased with funds sourced solely from the former Temecula Redevelopment Agency, Redevelopment dissolution law requires that when former Redevelopment Agency properties are sold, the proceeds of the sale must be divided up amongst the taxing entities that received property tax, based on their proportionate share of each property tax dollar collected. Based on the proportionate share of each property tax dollar collected by the County of Riverside, the proceeds of the sale of the TSMP site that would be disbursed back to the City is estimated to be approximately $150,000 (approximately 5%). Section 3.8 of the DDA stipulates that the City's portion of the sales proceeds are to reimburse the Developer for actual costs incurred in the construction of the public restrooms and electrical infrastructure for the Town Square Park. Further, the Redevelopment dissolution law requires that the site be sold at fair market value. If the site is not sold at fair market value, then the Successor Agency must negotiate Compensation Agreements with each individual taxing entity receiving property tax and the developer would be subject to prevailing wage requirements. The Successor Agency is proposing to sell the property at fair market value, and will not be required to enter into Compensation Agreements with the taxing entities. ATTACHMENTS: 1. Third Amendment to Disposition and Development Agreement 2. SARDA Resolution THIRD AMENDMENT TO DISPOSITION AND DEVELOPMENT AGREEMENT by and among the SUCCESSOR AGENCY TO THE TEMECULA REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY, the CITY OF TEMECULA, a municipal corporation and TOWN SQUARE MARKETPLACE OLD TOWN, LLC, a California limited liability company THIRD AMENDMENT TO DISPOSITION AND DEVELOPMENT AGREEMENT THIS THIRD AMENDMENT TO DISPOSITION AND DEVELOPMENT AGREEMENT (the "Amendment") is dated as of June 11, 2019, and is entered into by and among the SUCCESSOR AGENCY TO THE TEMECULA REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY (the "Successor Agency"), the CITY OF TEMECULA, a municipal corporation ("City") and TOWN SQUARE MARKETPLACE OLD TOWN, LLC, a California limited liability company ("Developer"). RECITALS A. The City and the Successor Agency entered into a Disposition and Development Agreement dated December 13, 2016 and amended it by a First Amendment to Disposition and Development Agreement dated June 12, 2018, and a Second Amendment to Disposition and Development Agreement dated December 11, 2018 (as so amended, the "DDA") which provided for, among other things, the sale of certain land and improvements by the Successor Agency to the City, and then by the City to the Developer for the purpose of developing a commercial project with assorted retail and restaurants. B. The Developer has requested that the City modify the DDA to extend the deadline for the Close of Escrow. NOW, THEREFORE, in consideration of the foregoing recitals and other considerations, the adequacy of which is hereby acknowledged, the City, the Successor Agency, and the Developer hereby agree as follows: 1. DDA Modifications. Section 2.3 of the DDA is hereby amended to read as follows: "2.3 Opening and Closing of Escrow. Within three (3) business days after the date this Agreement is fully executed and delivered to Developer, the Parties shall deposit with Escrow Holder a fully executed duplicate original of this Agreement as the initial escrow instructions for the Escrow, and shall cause an escrow (the "Escrow") to be opened with Escrow Holder for the sale of the Property by the City to Developer. The City and Developer shall provide such additional instructions as shall be necessary and consistent with this Agreement. The Close of Escrow is conditioned upon the satisfaction (or written waiver) of the conditions set forth in Sections 2.5 and 2.6. Escrow must close (the "Close of Escrow") on or before December 13, 2019 and neither the Successor Agency nor the City shall have any obligation whatsoever, express or implied, to extend such date for any reason. If the Close of Escrow does not occur by such date (as it may have been so extended), then any party not then in default may terminate this Agreement by written notice to the other and all the funds and documents deposited with Escrow Agent shall be promptly refunded or returned, as the case may be, by Escrow Agent to the depositing party, except that all escrow and title cancellation fees shall be paid by Developer." -1- 2. Condition Precedent. The effectiveness of this Amendment is conditioned upon the approval of this Amendment by the Oversight Board for the Successor Agency. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the Parties hereto have entered into this Amendment as of the day and year first above written. DEVELOPER: TOWN SQUARE MARKETPLACE OLD TOWN LLC, a California limited liability company By: BIIAJ, LLC, a California limited liability company Managing Member By: Bernard L. Truax II, Manager CITY: CITY OF TEMECULA Lo Michael S. Naggar Mayor ATTEST: Randi Johl, City Clerk APPROVED AS TO FORM: By: Peter Thorson City Attorney SUCCESSOR AGENCY: SUCCESSOR AGENCY TO THE TEMECULA REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY By: Michael S. Naggar Chair -2- RESOLUTION NO. SARDA 19- A RESOLUTION OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF THE SUCCESSOR AGENCY TO THE TEMECULA REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY APPROVING THE THIRD AMENDMENT TO THE DISPOSITION AND DEVELOPMENT AGREEMENT BY AND AMONG THE CITY OF TEMECULA, SUCCESSOR AGENCY TO THE TEMECULA REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY, AND TOWN SQUARE MARKETPLACE OLD TOWN, LLC CONVEYING APPROXIMATELY ONE ACRE OF PROPERTY LOCATED ON MAIN STREET WEST OF MERCEDES STREET THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF THE SUCCESSOR AGENCY TO THE TEMECULA REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY DOES HEREBY RESOLVE AS FOLLOWS: Section 1. Recitals (a) The City of Temecula, Successor Agency to the Temecula Redevelopment Agency, and Town Square Marketplace Old Town, LLC entered into a Disposition and Development Agreement dated as of December 13, 2016 ("DDA") providing for the Successor Agency's conveyance to the City of four parcels of real property composed of approximately one acre and located at the intersection of Main Street and Mercedes Street across from City Hall and the City's conveyance of such parcels to the Town Square Market Place Old Town, LLC for development as specified in the DDA. (b) On June 12, 2018, entered into the First Amendment of the Disposition and Development Agreement, thereby extending the date for the close of escrow to December 12, 2018. (c) On December 11, 2018, entered into the Second Amendment of the Disposition and Development Agreement, thereby extending the date for the close of escrow to June 13, 2019. (d) The parties now wish to extend the date for the close of escrow to December 13, 2019 for the transactions described in the DDA by approving the Third Amendment to the DDA. Section 2. Approval of Third Amendment. The Board of Directors hereby approves the "THIRD AMENDMENT TO THE DISPOSITION AND DEVELOPMENT AGREEMENT BY AND AMONG THE CITY OF TEMECULA, SUCCESSOR AGENCY TO THE TEMECULA REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY, AND TOWN SQUARE MARKETPLACE OLD TOWN, LLC" and authorizes the Chair to execute said Third Amendment on behalf of the Successor Agency in substantially the form presented to the Successor Agency. Section 3. Certification. The City Clerk shall certify the adoption of this Resolution. PASSED, APPROVED, AND ADOPTED by the Board of Directors of the Successor Agency to the Temecula Redevelopment Agency this I Ith day of June, 2019. Michael S. Naggar, Chair ATTEST: Randi Johl, Secretary [SEAL] STATE OF CALIFORNIA ) COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE ) ss CITY OF TEMECULA ) I, Randi Johl, Secretary of the Successor Agency to the Temecula Redevelopment Agency, do hereby certify that the foregoing Resolution No. SARDA 19- was duly and regularly adopted by the Board of Directors of the Successor Agency to the Temecula Redevelopment Agency at a meeting thereof held on the 1 lth day of June, 2019, by the following vote: AYES: BOARD MEMBERS: NOES: BOARD MEMBERS: ABSTAIN: BOARD MEMBERS: ABSENT: BOARD MEMBERS: Randi Johl, Secretary Item No. 16 CITY OF TEMECULA AGENDA REPORT TO: City Manager/City Council FROM: Lisa McConnell, Police Chief Jodie Gray, Fire Chief DATE: June 11, 2019 SUBJECT: Introduce Public Safety Alarm Systems Ordinance and Adopt Related Fee Resolution (At the Request of Council Member Rahn) PREPARED BY: Elsa Wigle, Assistant Fire Marshal Wendy Miller, Administrative Assistant RECOMMENDATION: That the City Council: 1. Introduce and read by title only an ordinance entitled: ORDINANCE NO. 19 — AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA ADDING CHAPTER 9.60 TO THE TEMECULA MUNICIPAL CODE ESTABLISHING REGULATIONS FOR THE OPERATIONS OF PUBLIC SAFETY ALARM SYSTEMS 2. Adopt a resolution entitled: RESOLUTION NO. 19- A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA ESTABLISHING PUBLIC SAFETY FALSE ALARM RESPONSE FEES SUMMARY OF ORDINANCE: The purpose of this Chapter is to (i) set forth regulations governing burglary, robbery, fire and medical assistance alarm systems within the City of Temecula; (ii) reduce false alarms; and (iii) authorize false alarm fees. BACKGROUND: The City of Temecula Police and Fire Department collectively responded to over 10,000 alarm calls from January 1, 2017 to March 1, 2019. After reviewing these calls, staff recognized that a large percentage of these calls were determined to be false alarms and did not require an emergency response. A false alarm can be caused by a few different reasons such as faulty/malfunctioning equipment, user error, poor installation or the lack of maintenance to the alarm system equipment. Once an alarm is triggered, the alarm company notifies dispatch to report the activation. Each alarm activation requires an emergency response from either police or fire or both agencies depending on the type of alarm activation. The false alarm calls create a burden on the already limited police and fire resources, which could ultimately lead to longer response times to other legitimate crimes, fires, and/or emergency medical service calls. Over the last year, the Fire Department has introduced their annual inspection program and have been actively inspecting schools, commercial businesses, restaurants, hotels, apartments and multi- family complexes. These inspections will help identify faulty and malfunctioning alarm systems, but this will not completely resolve the problems with businesses that continue to have false alarm activations. The fire stations are also working with the annual inspection program to identify the properties that have any false alarm activations. Once the station determines the call is a false alarm they report the address of the property to the annual inspectors. The inspectors will then visit the property to investigate the cause of the false alarm activation. While both of these mechanisms are helping to identify issues causing false alarm calls, there are still businesses that continue to produce repeat false alarm calls. In the past year the fire prevention department has addressed 108 false alarms with commercial businesses that had repetitive false alarms. Per Council's direction, the Police and Fire Departments have analyzed the false alarm data and have determined there is a significant cost associated with responding to false alarms. The average time spent responding to and handling a false alarm varies between 30 minutes and one hour, occasionally longer depending on the incident type. With the City's 4-0 staffing model on each engine, this equates to roughly $375.00 per hour in costs responding to each false alarm. It is impossible to quantify the impact to response times to true emergency calls. Therefore, Fire and Police are recommending the City Council adopt the attached false alarm ordinance that outlines and identifies the definition of a "false alarm", and determines how fees will be structured for the false alarms. The resolution outlines the incremental increase in fees beginning with a no fee notice to comply, escalating to a maximum of $250 per occurrence based on the number of false alarm calls received from the same location. FISCAL IMPACT: The accompanying Fee Resolution will allow the City to recover a portion of the costs associated with responding to false alarm calls by Police and Fire. ATTACHMENTS: 1. Ordinance 2. Resolution ORDINANCE NO. 19- AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA ADDING CHAPTER 9.60 TO THE TEMECULA MUNICIPAL CODE ESTABLISHING REGULATIONS FOR THE OPERATIONS OF PUBLIC SAFETY ALARM SYSTEMS THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA DOES HEREBY ORDAIN AS FOLLOWS: Section 1. A new Chapter 9.60, "Regulation of Alarm Systems", is hereby added to Title 9 of the Temecula Municipal Code to read as follows: "CHAPTER 9.60 REGULATION OF PUBLIC SAFETY ALARM SYSTEMS Sections: 9.60.04 0 Title 9.60.020 Purpose 9.60.030 Definitions 9.60.040 Alarm system standards 9.60.050 Fire alarm operating permit, maintenance, and inspections required 9.60.060 False alarm response reimbursement fee 9.60.070 Maintaining a nuisance alarm 9.60.080 Exempt alarm systems 9.60.090 Prohibited alarm systems 9.60.100 Penalties and enforcement 9.60.110 Limitation of liability 9.60.120 Appeals 9.60.010 Title. This Chapter shall be known as the 'Public Safety Alarm Ordinance.' 9.60.020 Purpose. The purpose of this Chapter is to (i) set forth regulations governing burglary, robbery, fire, and medical assistance alarm systems within the City of Temecula; (ii) reduce false alarms; and (iii) authorize false alarm fees. 9.60.030 Definitions. For the purpose of this Chapter, the following definitions shall apply unless the context clearly indicates or requires a different meaning. A. Alarm System means any mechanical or electrical device which is designed or used for the detection of burglary, robbery, fire, within a building, structure, or facility, or on any premises, or for alerting others to a hazard or need for medical assistance, or to the commission of an unlawful act within a building, structure or facility, which emits a sound and/or transmits a signal or message when actuated, and which is designed to elicit a response from law enforcement, fire, and/or medical personnel. Alarm System includes, but is not limited to, every automatic dialing device, direct -dial telephone device, audible alarm, and proprietor alarm. Devices which are not designed or used to register or activate alarms that are audible, visible or perceptible outside the protected building, structure, facility or premises are not included within this definition. B. Audible Alarm means any alarm system that generates an audible sound at its location when it is actuated. C. Emergency means any condition which results in, or which could result in, the immediate response of law enforcement or fire personnel or any condition which jeopardizes or could jeopardize public safety. D. False Alarm means the notification to the City's Police or Fire Department from the alarm system's central monitoring company of the activation of an alarm system or from a member of the public reporting the audible alarm when: 1. There is no evidence of a crime or other activity that warrants the assistance of the City's Police Department on the premises, as indicated by the investigation of a police officer on the scene or by the lack of a police report filed by the occupant or property owner, and no individual who was on or near the premises or who viewed a video communication from, or live - monitored the premises called for the dispatch or confirmed a need for police response; or 2. There is no indication or presence of a fire or medical or other emergency situation on the premises, that warrants a call for assistance from or investigation by the City's Fire Department, and no individual who was on or near the premises or who viewed a video communication from, or live -monitored the premises requested the response or confirmed a need for emergency response; or 3. The alarm system activation is caused by electrical or mechanical failure, malfunction, improper installation or lack of proper maintenance, alarm owner error, or by a cause that cannot be determined. `False Alarm' shall not include any alarm caused by earthquakes, severe storms or other extraordinary circumstances determined by the alarm system monitoring company to be beyond the reasonable control of the alarm system owner. E. Fire Department means the Riverside County Fire Department or such other fire agency under contract to provide fire services, emergency services and emergency medical service to the City. F. Nuisance Alarm means a nuisance alarm as defined in Section 9.60.070. G. Police Department means the Riverside County Sheriff's Department or such other police agency under contract to provide police services to the City. H. Fire Watch means a temporary measure intended to ensure continuous and systematic surveillance of a building or portion thereof by one or more qualified individuals for the purposes of identifying and controlling fire hazards, detecting early signs of unwanted fire, raising an alarm of fire and notifying the fire department. 9.60.040 Alarm system standards. No alarm system, not including automatic dialing device alarms or other alarm systems exempt from this chapter, shall be operated unless the alarm owner has entered into a service contract with an alarm company providing for monitoring service twenty-four (24) hours per day. Every alarm system shall be equipped so that it shall not activate in the event of a power outage unless there exists an emergency situation for which the alarm was designed to detect or alert. 9.60.050 Fire alarm operating permit, maintenance, and inspections required. A. No person shall operate an alarm system in the City unless a City -issued alarm operating permit has been issued for the alarm as it is currently being operated. B. Maintenance. Each alarm owner and alarm company shall maintain each alarm system under their control in good working order, and provide the service necessary to prevent malfunctions and false alarms. All fire alarm systems shall be regularly maintained, inspected and tested in accordance with NFPA 25 and NFPA 72 or any successor standards. All written reports for such testing will be kept on the premises and be readily available for review by Fire Department personnel when requested. Failure to comply with these testing and inspection requirements may result in additional fee assessments if false alarms occur. C. Inspections. The Police Chief or Fire Chief, or their designees, shall be authorized to require any nuisance alarm system to be inspected by the alarm company at the owner's expense. Inspections shall be complete enough to detect any likely malfunctions and shall include testing of the equipment. Particular attention shall be paid to the conditions that have the potential of causing false alarms. The person making the inspection shall provide a written report to the alarm owner and the Fire Department and Police Department, detailing measures taken to eliminate the likelihood of further false alarms caused by the alarm system. The report shall be kept on the premises for two (2) years, and shall be subject to inspection by Fire Department or Police Department upon request. 9.60.060 False alarm response reimbursement fee. To defray the cost to the City in responding to false alarms, alarm system owners shall pay any false alarm response reimbursement fee assessment in such amount as may be established by resolution to the City Council. The fee assessment shall be satisfied by the alarm system owner within thirty (30) days after receiving the notice of the amount owed from the City of Temecula Fire or Police Department. The fee assessment will be mailed or given to the business/property owner, and said owner will be responsible for paying the false alarm fee assessment to the City of Temecula. The amount of the fees shall be deemed a contract debt to the City. An action may be commenced in the name of the City in any court of competent jurisdiction for the amount of delinquent fees. The Fire Department or Police Department shall issue the building/property owner a notice via mail of the fee assessment or given the notice at the time of the incident. If the alarm system owner fails to remit the fees within thirty (30) days from the date of the notice upon him or her, which shall be the date of mailing the invoice, a penalty of twenty-five percent (25%) of the amount of the fees in the notice shall be imposed, but not less than five dollars ($5.00). When imposed, the penalty amount shall become part of the fee herein required to be paid. In addition to such fee assessment, the alarm system owner shall pay to the City all reasonable costs incurred by the City in collecting such overdue and unpaid fees, including reasonable attorney's fees and court costs, and interest at the rate of one and one-half percent per month [eighteen percent (18%) per annum], or the maximum legal rate, whichever is higher, on all unpaid fee amounts from the date payment was due. 9.60.070 Maintaining a nuisance alarm. A. No alarm system owner shall operate or maintain an alarm system which generates more than three (3) false alarms in a ninety (90) consecutive day period. B. Any alarm system operated or maintained in violation of this section is a nuisance and shall be deemed a `nuisance alarm'. In addition to any other remedy herein, a nuisance alarm may be abated as a nuisance as provided in this Code. 9.60.080 Exempt alarm systems. The provisions of this section shall not apply to audible alarms affixed to automobiles. 9.60.090 Prohibited alarm systems. A. It is unlawful to install or maintain on the exterior or interior of any building, an alarm system which upon actuation emits a sound which is similar to sirens in use on emergency vehicles or vehicles used for civil defense purposes. B. It is unlawful to install, use, maintain or deliberately activate any alarm system for any purpose other than reporting burglaries, robberies, or other crimes involving risk of personal harm or property damage, fires, or medical emergencies. Deliberately activating an alarm system for any purpose other than a condition for which the alarm system is intended to detect or alert is a misdemeanor. 9.60.100 Penalties and enforcement. A. It shall be unlawful for any person to violate any provision of this chapter or to fail to comply with any provision of this chapter. Any person violating any such provision or failing to comply with any of the mandatory requirements of this chapter, shall be guilty of a misdemeanor unless the City Attorney or City Prosecutor elects to prosecute the violation as an infraction. In addition, any person violating any provision of this chapter shall be subject to the penalties and remedies set forth in Title 1 of this Code, including, without limitation, administrative citations and public nuisance abatement injunctions. B. Neither the conviction of any person, nor the issuance of an administrative citation for violation of any provision of this chapter shall release such person from paying any business taxes, charges, fees, or payment false alarm or other fees authorized by this chapter, due and unpaid at the time of such conviction, nor shall payment of any fee or reimbursement for false alarms prevent criminal prosecution for violation of any of the provisions of this chapter. All remedies shall be cumulative and the use of one or more remedies by the city shall not bar the use of any other remedy. C. If an alarm is deemed out of service by the Fire Department and/or Police Department, the premises may be put on a 24 hour fire watch at the expense of the business/property owner until the alarm system is repaired to normal operating condition, and back to being monitored. 9.60.110 Limitation of liability. Nothing in this section shall be deemed to impose any liability on the part of the City of Temecula or County of Riverside with respect to any alarm system owner or to any other person or entity, as a result of any defect in an alarm system, failure of the City to receive an alarm, or failure of the City or its Police or Fire Department to respond to any alarm regulated by this section, whether false or not. The City Council declares that it shall be entirely within the discretion of each Police Officer or Fire Department member receiving a report of an alarm activation, as to how or if to respond to such alarm. By responding to an alarm, neither Police nor Fire personnel shall be deemed to have assumed any obligation to safeguard property at the alarm system location. At no time shall Police or Fire personnel have any duty to remain at the scene of an alarm pending arrival of the alarm system owner or representative. At all times the alarm system owner shall be responsible and liable for securing facilities covered by an activated alarm. 9.60.120 Appeals. A. Any person or business aggrieved by any determination of the Police Department and/or Fire Department in connection with any alarm system regulated by this chapter, including the determination of a nuisance alarm, false alarm(s), or any fee assessment, may, within ten (10) days of receipt of an invoice, citation, notice of violation, or any other notice concerning such determination, appeal the same by requesting, in writing addressed to the Police Department and/or Fire Department, one of the following: 1. Administrative review by a Police or Fire command staff member not involved with the original determination, of the facts surrounding the determination. The Police or Fire staff shall consider any written material or other relevant evidence submitted, including any City, Police or Fire reports or other documentation and within ten (10) days of receipt of the review request shall render a written decision either denying the appeal, or reversing the determination with or without modification; or 2. A hearing before a hearing officer using the same hearing procedures as provided for administrative citations pursuant to Sections 1.21.080 through 1.21.180 of the Temecula Municipal Code. 3. The decision of the Police or Fire command staff, or hearing officer, pursuant to subsections 1 or 2, above, shall be final. Any person may seek a hardship waiver from imposition of a false alarm reimbursement fee assessment by following the process specified to obtain an advance deposit hardship waiver set forth in Section 1.21.090 of the Temecula Municipal Code provided, however, that the request shall be submitted to the Police or Fire Department, as applicable, and their decision shall be final. Any person may request an extension of the due date for submittal of the fee assessment by submitting a written request to the Police or Fire Department, as applicable, not less than five (5) business days prior to the due date, therein setting forth facts establishing good cause for the request. The decision on the request shall be final. B. Because the determination that an alarm was a false alarm is based on the professional judgment of first responders employing all facts known to the responders at the time of the alarm, the burden of proof in the hearing shall be on the appellant to establish that an alarm was not a false alarm. Section 2. The adoption of this Ordinance shall not affect or excuse any violation of the Temecula Municipal Code occurring prior to the effective date of this Ordinance. Section 3. Severability. The City Council declares that, should any provision, section, paragraph, sentence or word of this Ordinance be rendered or declared invalid by any final court action in a court of competent jurisdiction, or by reason of any preemptive legislation, the remaining provisions, sections, paragraphs, sentences and words of this Ordinance shall remain in full force and effect. Section 4. The City Clerk shall certify to the adoption of this Ordinance. PASSED, APPROVED, AND ADOPTED by the City Council of the City of Temecula this day of , 2019. Michael S. Naggar, Mayor ATTEST: Randi Johl, City Clerk [SEAL] STATE OF CALIFORNIA ) COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE ) ss CITY OF TEMECULA ) I, Randi Johl, City Clerk of the City of Temecula, do hereby certify that the foregoing Ordinance No. 19- was duly introduced and placed upon its first reading at a meeting of the City Council of the City of Temecula on the 11 th day of June, 2019, and that thereafter, said Ordinance was duly adopted by the City Council of the City of Temecula at a meeting thereof held on the day of , 2019, by the following vote: AYES: COUNCIL MEMBERS: NOES: COUNCIL MEMBERS: ABSTAIN: COUNCIL MEMBERS: ABSENT: COUNCIL MEMBERS: Randi Johl, City Clerk RESOLUTION NO. 19- A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA ESTABLISHING PUBLIC SAFETY FALSE ALARM RESPONSE FEES THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA DOES HEREBY RESOLVE AS FOLLOWS: Section 1. The City Council has adopted Chapter 9.60 of the Temecula Municipal Code, establishing regulations for the operation of public safety alarm systems, including fees to reimburse the City for providing responses to false alarms, in such amounts as established by resolution of the City Council. Section 2. On June 11, 2019, the City Council held a duly noticed public meeting concerning the fees proposed to be established herein at which time members of the public had the opportunity to review the documents presented to the City Council and provide oral comments to the City Council concerning the fees set forth in this Resolution. Section 3. For purposes of this Resolution, the term "False Alarm" shall have that meaning as set forth in Chapter 9.60 of the Temecula Municipal Code. Section 4. The City Council hereby finds and determines that, based upon its review of the data, information, analysis, and oral and written documentation presented by City staff, and any public input received at the public hearing referenced in Section 2, above, concerning this matter, the fees set forth in Exhibit "A" attached hereto and incorporated by reference herein, do not exceed the estimated, reasonable costs to the City in providing the services to which each such fee applies. Section 5. If the alarm system owner fails to remit any assessed false alarm fees within thirty (30) days from the date of the issuance of the fee assessment notice, a penalty of twenty-five percent (25%) of the amount of the fees in the fee notice shall be imposed, but not less than five dollars ($5.00). When imposed, the penalty amount shall become part of the fee required to be paid. In addition to such fee assessment, the alarm system owner shall pay to the City all reasonable costs incurred by the City in collecting such overdue and unpaid fees, including reasonable attorney's fees and court costs, and interest at the rate of one and one-half percent per month eighteen percent (18%) per annum, or the maximum legal rate, whichever is higher, on all unpaid fee amounts from the date payment was due. Section 6. The City Council hereby approves the fees set forth in Exhibit "A" attached hereto and incorporated by reference herein. Section 7. All provisions of any previously adopted resolutions establishing or revising fees for the services specified in this Resolution, are hereby repealed and superseded by the provisions of this Resolution and the fees adopted herein. Section 8. The provisions of this Resolution shall become operative as of the effective date of Chapter 9.60 of the Temecula Municipal Code. Section 9. The City Clerk shall certify to the adoption of this Resolution. PASSED, APPROVED, AND ADOPTED by the City Council of the City of Temecula this 1 lth day of June, 2019. Michael S. Naggar, Mayor ATTEST: Randi Johl, City Clerk [SEAL] STATE OF CALIFORNIA ) COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE ) ss CITY OF TEMECULA ) I, Randi Johl, City Clerk of the City of Temecula, do hereby certify that the foregoing Resolution No. 19- was duly and regularly adopted by the City Council of the City of Temecula at a meeting thereof held on the 1 lffi day of June, 2019, by the following vote: AYES: COUNCIL MEMBERS: NOES: COUNCIL MEMBERS: ABSTAIN: COUNCIL MEMBERS: ABSENT: COUNCIL MEMBERS: Randi Johl, City Clerk EXHIBIT "A" POLICE AND FIRE FALSE ALARM RESPONSE FEES False Alarm Response Fees for False Alarms Occurring Within a Fiscal Year Fire False Alarm T e # of Alarm Cost of Fee Residential First No Charge — Issue order to comply Residential Second $100.00 Residential Third + $200.00 for the third and $250.00 for each one thereafter Commercial First No Charge — Issue order to comply Commercial Second $100.00 Commercial Third + $200.00 for the third and $250.00 for each one thereafter Police False Alarffijype # of Alarm Cost of Fee Burglary Response Flat Rate $32.00 Commercial Robbery Alarm Flat rate $100.00 Item No. 17 CITY OF TEMECULA / TEMECULA COMMUNITY SERVICES DISTRICT / SARDA AGENDA REPORT TO: City Council/Board of Directors FROM: Aaron Adams, City Manager/General Manager/Executive Director DATE: June 11, 2019 SUBJECT: Approve Fiscal Years 2020-24 Capital Improvement Program (CIP) and Adopt Fiscal Year 2019-20 CIP and Annual Operating Budgets for the City of Temecula, the Temecula Community Services District (TCSD) and the Successor Agency to the Redevelopment Agency (SARDA) PREPARED BY: Jennifer Hennessy, Finance Director/Treasurer RECOMMENDATION: That the City Council/Board of Directors: 1. Adopt a resolution entitled: RESOLUTION NO. 19- A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA APPROVING THE CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM FOR FISCAL YEARS 2020-24 AND ADOPTING THE CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 2019-20 2. Adopt a resolution entitled: RESOLUTION NO. CSD 19- A RESOLUTION OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF THE TEMECULA COMMUNITY SERVICES DISTRICT OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA ADOPTING THE FISCAL YEAR 2019-20 ANNUAL OPERATING BUDGET, ESTABLISHING CONTROLS ON CHANGES IN APPROPRIATIONS, ESTABLISHING CONTRACT AUTHORITY OF THE GENERAL MANAGER, ESTABLISHING LAWSUIT SETTLEMENT AUTHORITY OF THE GENERAL MANAGER 3. Adopt a resolution entitled: RESOLUTION NO. SARDA 19- A RESOLUTION OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF THE SUCCESSOR AGENCY TO THE TEMECULA REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY APPROVING THE CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM FISCAL YEARS 2020-24, ADOPTING THE CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 2019-20, ADOPTING THE FISCAL YEAR 2019-20 ANNUAL OPERATING BUDGET AND ESTABLISHING CONTROLS ON CHANGES IN APPROPRIATIONS 4. Adopt a resolution entitled: RESOLUTION NO. 19- A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA ADOPTING THE FISCAL YEAR 2019-20 ANNUAL OPERATING BUDGET, ESTABLISHING CONTROLS ON CHANGES IN APPROPRIATIONS, ESTABLISHING CONTRACT AUTHORITY OF CITY MANAGER, ESTABLISHING LAWSUIT SETTLEMENT AUTHORITY OF CITY MANAGER 5. Adopt a resolution entitled: RESOLUTION NO. 19- A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA REVISING THE SCHEDULE OF AUTHORIZED POSITIONS AND SALARY SCHEDULE 6. Adopt a resolution entitled: RESOLUTION NO. 19- A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA ESTABLISHING THE APPROPRIATIONS LIMIT FOR FISCAL YEAR 2019-20 DISCUSSION: At its May 16, 2019 Budget Workshop, the City Council was presented the Proposed Fiscal Years 2020-24 Capital Improvement Program and 2019-20 CIP and Annual Operating Budgets for the City, Temecula Community Services District (TCSD), and the Successor Agency to the Temecula Redevelopment Agency (SARDA). At this workshop, the Council recommended bringing forward the FY19-20 CIP and Proposed Budgets in their entirety. Council requested staff research the feasibility of re -striping the existing tennis court in the Margarita Community Park to accommodate more pickle ball courts. Staff has identified existing funds in the Sports Court Resurfacing Capital Project to complete this request in June 2019. The Council has provided direction to the City Manager to incorporate an Executive Attraction/Retention Benefit with the Fiscal Year 2019-20 Annual Operating Budget. The inclusion of this benefit is reflected on the attached Exhibit A. Exhibit A also contains a list of Subsequent Clerical Corrections to be made in the Final FY2019- 20 Annual Operating Budget to reflect changes/corrections discovered after the production of the Proposed Budget. The attached Transmittal Letter summarizes the highlights of the Fiscal Year 2019-20 Proposed Annual Operating Budget and Fiscal Years 2020-24 Capital Improvement Program documents. FISCAL IMPACT: The specific fiscal impacts by Fund are noted in the attached Transmittal Letter. ATTACHMENTS: 1. Exhibit A — Summary of Budget Adjustments 2. Transmittal Letter 3. Resolution - Approving the CIP for Fiscal Years 2020-24 and Adopting the CIP Budget for Fiscal Year 2019-20 4. Resolution - Adopting the Fiscal Year 2019-20 TCSD Preliminary Annual Operating Budget 5. Resolution — Approving the budget for SARDA CIP Fiscal Years 2020-24, Adopting the CIP budget for Fiscal Year 2019- 20, and Adopting the Fiscal Year 2019-20 Annual Operating Budget 6. Resolution - Adopting the Fiscal Year 2019-20 Annual Operating Budget 7. Resolution - Schedule Of Authorized Positions 8. Resolution - Appropriations Limit for Fiscal Year 2019-20 CITY OF TEMECULA SALARY SCHEDULE AS OF JULY 1, 2019 Class Family / Title Level Class Code ADMINISTRATIVE Executive Assistant 4 951-004 25.6386 26.2795 26.9365 27.6099 28.3002 29.0077 29.7329 30.4762 31.2381 32.0190 32.8195 33.6400 34.4810 35.3430 36.2266 4,444.0166 4,555.1170 4,668.9949 4,785.7198 4,905.3628 5,027.9969 5,153.6968 5,282.5392 5,414.6027 5,549.9677 5,688.7169 5,830.9349 5,976.7082 6,126.1259 6,279.2791 53,328.20 54,661.40 56,027.94 57,428.64 58,864.35 60,335.96 61,844.36 63,390.47 64,975.23 66,599.61 68,264.60 69,971.22 71,720.50 73,513.51 75,351.35 Senior Administrative Assistant 4 952-004 24.4031 25.0132 25.6386 26.2795 26.9365 27.6099 28.3002 29.0077 29.7329 30.4762 31.2381 32.0190 32.8195 33.6400 34.4810 4,229.8790 4,335.6259 4,444.0166 4,555.1170 4,668.9949 4,785.7198 4,905.3628 5,027.9969 5,153.6968 5,282.5392 5,414.6027 5,549.9677 5,688.7169 5,830.9349 5,976.7082 50,758.55 52,027.51 53,328.20 54,661.40 56,027.94 57,428.64 58,864.35 60,335.96 61,844.36 63,390.47 64,975.23 66,599.61 68,264.60 69,971.22 71,720.50 Administrative Assistant 3 953-003 22.1080 22.6607 23.2273 23.8079 24.4031 25.0132 25.6386 26.2795 26.9365 27.6099 28.3002 29.0077 29.7329 30.4762 31.2381 3,832.0615 3,927.8631 4,026.0597 4,126.7112 4,229.8789 4,335.6259 4,444.0165 4,555.1170 4,668.9949 4,785.7198 4,905.3628 5,027.9968 5,153.6967 5,282.5392 5,414.6026 45,984.74 47,134.36 48,312.72 49,520.53 50,758.55 52,027.51 53,328.20 54,661.40 56,027.94 57,428.64 58,864.35 60,335.96 61,844.36 63,390.47 64,975.23 Senior Office Specialist 2 954-002 21.0428 21.5688 22.1080 22.6607 23.2273 23.8079 24.4031 25.0132 25.6386 26.2795 26.9365 27.6099 28.3002 29.0077 29.7329 3,647.4114 3,738.5967 3,832.0616 3,927.8631 4,026.0597 4,126.7112 4,229.8790 4,335.6259 4,444.0166 4,555.1170 4,668.9949 4,785.7198 4,905.3628 5,027.9969 5,153.6968 43,768.94 44,863.16 45,984.74 47,134.36 48,312.72 49,520.53 50,758.55 52,027.51 53,328.20 54,661.40 56,027.94 57,428.64 58,864.35 60,335.96 61,844.36 Office Specialist II 1 955-001 19.0637 19.5403 20.0288 20.5295 21.0428 21.5688 22.1080 22.6607 23.2273 23.8079 24.4031 25.0132 25.6386 26.2795 26.9365 3,304.3747 3,386.9841 3,471.6587 3,558.4502 3,647.4114 3,738.5967 3,832.0616 3,927.8632 4,026.0597 4,126.7112 4,229.8790 4,335.6260 4,444.0166 4,555.1171 4,668.9950 39,652.50 40,643.81 41,659.90 42,701.40 43,768.94 44,863.16 45,984.74 47,134.36 48,312.72 49,520.53 50,758.55 52,027.51 53,328.20 54,661.40 56,027.94 Office Specialist l 1 956-001 18.1451 18.5987 19.0637 19.5403 20.0288 20.5295 21.0428 21.5688 22.1080 22.6607 23.2273 23.8079 24.4031 25.0132 25.6386 3,145.1514 3,223.7801 3,304.3746 3,386.9840 3,471.6586 3,558.4501 3,647.4113 3,738.5966 3,832.0615 3,927.8631 4,026.0596 4,126.7111 4,229.8789 4,335.6259 4,444.0165 37,741.82 38,685.36 39,652.50 40,643.81 41,659.90 42,701.40 43,768.94 44,863.16 45,984.74 47,134.36 48,312.72 49,520.53 50,758.55 52,027.51 53,328.20 Office Aide 111 1 957-001 16.9495 17.2708 17.7025 18.1451 18.5987 19.0637 19.5403 20.0288 20.5295 21.0428 21.5688 22.1080 22.6607 23.2273 23.8079 2,920.5857 2,993.6003 3,068.4404 3,145.1514 3,223.7801 3,304.3747 3,386.9840 3,471.6586 3,558.4501 3,647.4113 3,738.5966 3,832.0615 3,927.8631 4,026.0596 4,126.7111 35,047.03 35,923.20 36,821.28 37,741.82 38,685.36 39,652.50 40,643.81 41,659.90 42,701.40 43,768.94 44,863.16 45,984.74 47,134.36 48,312.72 49,520.53 Office Aide 11 1 958-001 14.8925 15.2648 15.6465 16.0376 16.4386 16.8495 17.2708 17.7025 18.1451 18.5987 19.0637 19.5403 20.0288 20.5295 21.0428 2,581.3722 2,645.9065 2,712.0542 2,779.8555 2,849.3519 2,920.5857 2,993.6003 3,068.4404 3,145.1514 3,223.7801 3,304.3747 3,386.9840 3,471.6586 3,558.4501 3,647.4113 30,976.47 31,750.88 32,544.65 33,358.27 34,192.22 35,047.03 35,923.20 36,821.28 37,741.82 38,685.36 39,652.50 40,643.81 41,659.90 42,701.40 43,768.94 Office Aide 1 1 959-001 13.1628 13.4919 13.8292 14.1749 14.5293 14.8925 15.2648 15.6465 16.0376 16.4386 16.9495 17.2708 17.7025 18.1451 18.5987 2,281.5569 2,338.5958 2,397.0607 2,456.9873 2,518.4119 2,581.3722 2,645.9065 2,712.0542 2,779.8556 2,849.3519 2,920.5857 2,993.6004 3,068.4404 3,145.1514 3,223.7802 27,378.68 28,063.15 28,764.73 29,483.85 30,220.94 30,976.47 31,750.88 32,544.65 33,358.27 34,192.22 35,047.03 35,923.20 36,821.28 37,741.82 38,685.36 ANALYST Principal Management Analyst 7 901-007 39.9874 40.9871 42.0118 43.0621 44.1386 45.2421 46.3731 47.5325 48.7208 49.9388 51.1873 52.4669 53.7786 55.1231 56.5011 6,931.1492 7,104.4280 7,282.0387 7,464.0896 7,650.6919 7,841.9592 8,038.0081 8,238.9583 8,444.9323 8,656.0556 8,872.4570 9,094.2684 9,321.6251 9,554.6658 9,793.5324 83,173.79 85,253.14 87,384.46 89,569.08 91,808.30 94,103.51 96,456.10 98,867.50 101,339.19 103,872.67 106,469.48 109,131.22 111,859.50 114,655.99 117,522.39 Senior Management Analyst 6 902-006 36.2266 37.1323 38.0606 39.0121 39.9874 40.9871 42.0118 43.0621 44.1386 45.2421 46.3731 47.5325 48.7208 49.9388 51.1873 6,279.2791 6,436.2611 6,597.1676 6,762.0968 6,931.1492 7,104.4280 7,282.0387 7,464.0896 7,650.6919 7,841.9592 8,038.0082 8,238.9584 8,444.9323 8,656.0556 8,872.4570 75,351.35 77,235.13 79,166.01 81,145.16 83,173.79 85,253.14 87,384.46 89,569.08 91,808.30 94,103.51 96,456.10 98,867.50 101,339.19 103,872.67 106,469.48 Management Analyst 5 903-005 32.8195 33.6400 34.4810 35.3430 36.2266 37.1323 38.0606 39.0121 39.9874 40.9871 42.0118 43.0621 44.1386 45.2421 46.3731 5,688.7170 5,830.9349 5,976.7083 6,126.1260 6,279.2791 6,436.2611 6,597.1676 6,762.0968 6,931.1493 7,104.4280 7,282.0387 7,464.0897 7,650.6919 7,841.9592 8,038.0082 68,264.60 1 69,971.22 71,720.50 73,513.51 75,351.35 77,235.13 79,166.01 81,145.16 83,173.79 85,253.14 87,384.46 89,569.08 91,808.30 94,103.51 96,456.10 Management Assistant 4 904-004 24.4031 25.0132 25.6386 26.2795 26.9365 27.6099 28.3002 29.0077 29.7329 30.4762 31.2381 32.0190 32.8195 33.6400 34.4810 4,229.8790 4,335.6259 4,444.0166 4,555.1170 4,668.9949 4,785.7198 4,905.3628 5,027.9969 5,153.6968 5,282.5392 5,414.6027 5,549.9677 5,688.7169 5,830.9349 5,976.7082 50,758.55 52,027.51 53,328.20 54,661.40 56,027.94 57,428.64 58,864.35 60,335.96 61,844.36 63,390.47 64,975.23 66,599.61 68,264.60 69,971.22 71,720.50 Management Aide 111 3 905-003 22.1080 22.6607 23.2273 23.8079 24.4031 25.0132 25.6386 26.2795 26.9365 27.6099 28.3002 29.0077 29.7329 30.4762 31.2381 3,832.0615 3,927.8631 4,026.0597 4,126.7112 4,229.8789 4,335.6259 4,444.0165 4,555.1170 4,668.9949 4,785.7198 4,905.3628 5,027.9968 5,153.6967 5,282.5392 5,414.6026 45,984.74 47,134.36 48,312.72 49,520.53 50,758.55 52,027.51 53,328.20 54,661.40 56,027.94 57,428.64 58,864.35 60,335.96 61,844.36 63,390.47 64,975.23 Management Aide 11 2 906-002 20.0288 20.5295 21.0428 21.5688 22.1080 22.6607 23.2273 23.8079 24.4031 25.0132 25.6386 26.2795 26.9365 27.6099 28.3002 3,471.6587 3,558.4501 3,647.4114 3,738.5967 3,832.0616 3,927.8631 4,026.0597 4,126.7112 4,229.8790 4,335.6260 4,444.0166 4,555.1170 4,668.9949 4,785.7198 4,905.3628 41,659.90 42,701.40 43,768.94 44,863.16 45,984.74 47,134.36 48,312.72 49,520.53 50,758.55 52,027.51 53,328.20 54,661.40 56,027.94 57,428.64 58,864.35 Management Aide l 1 907-001 18.1451 18.5987 19.0637 19.5403 20.0288 20.5295 21.0428 21.5688 22.1080 22.6607 23.2273 23.8079 24.4031 25.0132 25.6386 3,145.1514 3,223.7801 3,304.3746 3,386.9840 3,471.6586 3,558.4501 3,647.4113 3,738.5966 3,832.0615 3,927.8631 4,026.0596 4,126.7111 4,229.8789 4,335.6259 4,444.0165 37,741.82 38,685.36 39,652.50 40,643.81 41,659.90 42,701.40 43,768.94 44,863.16 45,984.74 47,134.36 48,312.72 49,520.53 50,758.55 52,027.51 53,328.20 Intern 1 908-001 12.5286 12.8418 13.1628 13.491: 13.8292 14.1749 14.5293 14.8925 15.2648 15.6465 16.0376 2,171.6187 2,225.9092 2,281.5569 2,338.5959 2,397:0607 2,456.9873 2,518.4119 2,581.3722 2,645.9066 2,712.0542 2,779.8556 26,059.42 26,710.91 27,378.68 28,063.15 28,764.73 29,483.85 30,220.94 30,976.47 31,750.88 32,544.65 33,358.27 Zzw CITY OF TEMECULA SALARY SCHEDULE AS OF JULY 1, 2019 Class Family/Title Level Class Code r 2.5 3.0 3.5 4.0 4.5 5.0 5.5 6.0 COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT Director of Community Development 8 300-008 65.5240 67.16 68.8412 70.5622 72.3262 74.1344 75.9878 77.8875 79.8346 81.8305 83.8763 85.9732 88.1225 90.3256 92.5837 11 13 57.4950 11,641.4324 11,932.4682 12,230.7799 12,536.5494 12,849.9632 13,171.2122 13,500.4925 13,838.0048 14,183.9550 14,538.5538 14,902.0177 15,274.5681 15,656.4323 16,047.8431 136,289.94 139, 697.19 143,189.62 146, 769.36 150,438.59 154,199.56 158,054.55 162,005.91 166,056.06 170, 207.46 174,462.65 178,824.21 183,294.82 187,877.19 192,574.12 COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT- BUILDING & SAFETY Building Official 7 331-007 55.1231 56.5011 57.9137 59.3615 60.9456 62.3667 63.9259 65.5240 67.1621 68.8412 70.5622 72.3262 74.1344 75.9878 77.8875 9,554.6657 9,793.5324 10,038.3707 10,289.3300 10,546.5632 10,810.2273 11,080.4830 11,357.4950 11,641.4324 11,932.4682 12,230.7799 12,536.5494 12,849.9632 13,171.2122 13,500.4926 114,655.99 117, 522.39 120,460.45 123,471.96 126,558.76 129, 722.73 132,965.80 136, 289.94 139,697.19 143,189.62 146,769.36 150,438.59 154,199.56 158,054.55 162,005.91 Field Supervisor - Building 4 330-004 44.1386 45.2421 46.3731 47.5325 48.7208 49.9388 51.1873 52.4669 53.7786 55.1231 56.5011 7,650:6919 7,841.9592 8,038.0082 8,238.9584 8,444:9323 8,656.0556 8,872.4570 9,094.2685 9,321.6252 9,554.6658 9,793.5324 91,808.30 94,103.51 96,456.10 98,867.50 101,339.19 103,872.67 106,469.48 109,131.22 111,859.50 114,655.99 117,522.39 Plan Checker 4 308-004 42.0118 43.0621 44.1386 45.2421 46.3731 47.5325 48.7208 49.9388 51.1873 52.4669 53.7786 7,282.0386 7,464.0896 7,650.6918 7,841.9591 8,038.0081 8,238.9583 8,444.9322 8,656.0556 8,872.4569 9,094.2684 9,321.6251 87,384.46 89,569.07 91,808.30 94,103.51 96,456.10 98,867.50 101,339.19 103,872.67 106,469.48 109,131.22 111,859.50 Senior Building Inspector 3 332-003 38.0606 39.0121 39.9874 40.9871 42.0118 43.0621 44.1386 45.2421 46.3731 47.5325 48.7208 6,597.1676 6,762.0968 6,931.1492 7,104.4280 7,282:0387 7,464.0896 7,650.6919 7,841.9592 8,038.0081 8,238.9583 8,444.9323 79,166.01 81,145.16 83,173.79 85,253.14 87,384.46 89,569.08 91,808.30 94,103.51 96,456.10 98,867.50 101,339.19 Building Inspector II 2 333-002 34.4810 35.3430 36.2266 37.1323 38.0606 39.0121 39.9874 40.9871 42.0118 43.0621 44.1386 5,976.7083 6,126:1260 6,279.2791 6,436.2611 6,597.1676 6,762.0968 6,931.1493 7,104.4280 7,282.0387 7,464.0897 7,650.6919 71,720.50 73,513.51 75,351.35 77,235.13 79,166.01 81,145.16 83,173.79 85,253.14 87,384.46 89,569.08 91,808.30 Building Inspector 1 1 334-001 31.2381 32.0190 32.8195 33.6400 34.4810 35.3430 36.2266 37.1323 38.0606 39.0121 39.9874 5,414.6027 5,549.9677 5,688.7169 5,830.9349 5,976.7082 6,126.1259 6,279:2791 6,436.2611 6,597:1676 6,762.0968 6,931.1492 64,975.23 66,599.61 68,264.60 69,971.22 71,720.50 73,513.51 75,351.35 77,235.13 79,166.01 81,145.16 83,173.79 COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT -CODE ENFORCEMENT Field Supervisor- Code Enforcement 4 343-004 34.4810 35.3430 36.2266 37.1323 38.0606 39.0121 39.9874 40.9871 42.0118 43.0621 44.1386 5,976.7083 6,126.1260 6,279.2791 6,436:2611 6,597.1676 6,762.0968 6,931.1493 7,104.4280 7,282.0387 7,464.0897 7,650.6919 71,720.50 73,513.51 75,351.35 77,235.13 79,166.01 81,145.16 83,173.79 85,253.14 87,384.46 89,569.08 91,808.30 Senior Code Enforcement Officer 3 340-003 31.2381 32.0190 32.8195 33.6400 34.4810 35.3430 36.2266 37.1323 38.0606 39.0121 39.9874 5,414.6027 5,549.9677 5,688.7169 5,830.9349 5,976.7082 6,126.1259 6,279.2791 6,436.2611 6,597.1676 6,762.0968 6,931.1492 64,975.23 66,599.61 68,264.60 69,971.22 71,720.50 73,513.51 75,351.35 77,235.13 79,166.01 81,145.16 83,173.79 Code Enforcement Officer II 2 341-002 28.3002 29.0077 29.7329 30.4762 31.2381 32.0190 32.8195 33.6400 34.4810 35.3430 36.2266 4,905.3627 5,027.9968 5,153.6967 5,282.5392 5,414.6026 5,549.9677 5,688.7169 5,830.9348 5,976.7082 6,126.1259 6,279.2790 58,864.35 60,335.96 61,844.36 63,390.47 64,975.23 66,599.61 68,264.60 69,971.22 71,720.50 73,513.51 75,351.35 Code Enforcement Officer 1 1 342-001 25.6386 26.2795 26.9365 27.6099 28.3002 29.0077 29.7329 30.4762 31.2381 32.0190 32.8195 4,444.01.66, 4,555.1170 4,668.9949 4,785.7198 4,905.36.2: %(DZ7.9969 %115,:6968 %282.5392 5,414.6027 %549.9677 5,688.7169 53,328.20 54,661.40 56,027.94 57,428.64 58,864.35 60,335.96 61,844.36 63,390.47 64,975.23 66,599.61 68,264.60 COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT - PLANNING Planning Manager 7 301-007 49:9388 51.1873 52.4669 53.7786 55.1231 56.5011 57.9137 59.3615 60.8456 62.3667 63.9259 65.5240 67.1621 68.8412 70.5622 8,656.0556 8,872:4570 9,094.2684 9,321.6252 9,554:6658 9,793.5324 10,038.3707 10,289.3300 10,546.5633 10,810.2273 11,080.4830 11,357.4951 11,641.4325 11,932.4683 12,230.7800 103,872.67 106,469.48 109,131.22 111,859.50 114,655.99 117, 522.39 120,460.45 123,471.96 126,558.76 129,722.73 132,965.80 136, 289.94 139,697.19 143,189.62 146,769.36 Principal Planner 6 302-006 45.2421 46.3731 47.5325 48.7208 49.9388 51.1873 52.4669 53.7786 55.1231 56.5011 57.9137 59.3615 60.9456 62.3667 63.9259 7,841:9592 8,038.0082 8,238:9584 8,444.9323 8,656.0556 81872.4570 9,094.2684 9,321.6252 9,554.6658 9,793.5324 10,038.3707 10,289.3300 10,546.5633 10,810.2273 11,080.4830 94,103.51 96,456.10 98,867.50 101,339.19 103,872.67 106,469.48 109,131.22 111,859.50 114,655.99 117,522.39 120,460.45 123,471.96 126,558.76 129,722.73 132,965.80 Senior Planner 5 303-005 40.9871 42.0118 43.0621 44.1386 45.2421 46.3731 47.5325 48.7208 49.9388 51.1873 52.4669 53.7786 55.1231 56.5011 57.9137 7,104.4279 7,282.0386 7,464.0895 7,650.6918 7,841.9591 8,038.0081 8,238.9583 8,444.9322 8,656.0555 8,872.4569 9,094.2683 9,321.6250 9,554.6657 9,793.5323 10,038.3706 85,253.13 87,384.46 89,569.07 91,808.30 94,103.51 96,456.10 98,867.50 101,339.19 103,872.67 106,469.48 109,131.22 111,859.50 114,655.99 117,522.39 120,460.45 Associate Planner 11 4 304-004 37.1323 38.0606 39.0121 39.9874 40.9871 42.0118 43.0621 44.1386 45.2421 46.3731 47.5325 6,436:2611 6,597.1676 6,762:0968 6,931.1493 7,104:4280 7,282.0387 7,464:0897 7,650.6919 7,841.9592 8,038.0082 8,238.9584 77,235.13 79,166.01 81,145.16 83,173.79 85,253.14 87,384.46 89,569.08 91,808.30 94,103.51 96,456.10 98,867.50 Associate Planner 1 3 305-003 33.6400 34.4810 35.3430 36.2266 37.1323 38.0606 39.0121 39.9874 40.9871 42.0118 43.0621 5,830.9349 5,976.7082 6,126.1259 6,279.2791 6,436.2611 6,597.1676 6,762.0968 6,931.1492 7,104.4279 7,282.0386 7,464.0896 69,971.22 71,720.50 73,513.51 75,351.35 77,235.13 79,166.01 81,145.16 83,173.79 85,253.14 87,384.46 89,569.08 Assistant Planner 2 306-002 30.4762 31.2381 32.0190 32.8195 33.6400 34.4810 35.3430 36.2266 37.1323 38.0606 39.0121 5,282.5392 5,414.6026 5,549.9677 5,688.7169 5,830.9348 5,976.7082 6,126.1259 6,279.2790 6,436.2610 6,597.1675 6,762.0967 63,390.47 64,975.23 66,599.61 68,264.60 69,971.22 71,720.50 73,513.51 75,351.35 77,235.13 79,166.01 81,145.16 Planning Technician 1 307-001 27.6099 28.3002 29.0077 29.7329 30.4762 31.2381 32.0190 32.8195 33.6400 34.4810 35.3430 4,785.7198 4,905.3628 5,027.9969 5,153.6968 5,282.5392 5,414.6027 5,549.9677 5,688.7169 5,830.9349 5,976.7082 6,126.1259 57,428.64 58,864.35 60,335.96 61,844.36 63,390.47 64,975.23 66,599.61 68,264.60 69,971.22 71,720.50 73,513.51 CITY OF TEMECULA SALARY SCHEDULE AS OF JULY 1, 2019 Class Family / Title Level Class Code r 2.5 3.0 3.5 4.0 4.5 5.0 5.5 6.0 COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT -SERVICES CommDev Processing Supervisor 4 320-004 32.8195 33.6400 34.4810 35.3430 36.2266 37.1323 38.0606 39.0121 39.9874 40.9871 42.0118 5,688.7170 5,830.9349 5,976.7083 6,126.1260 6,279.2791 6,436.2611 6,597.1676 6,762.0968 6,931.1493 7,104.4280 7,282.0387 68,264.60 69,971.22 71,720.50 73,513.51 75,351.35 77,235.13 79,166.01 81,145.16 83,173.79 85,253.14 87,384.46 Senior CommDev Services Technician 3 321-003 29.7329 30.4762 31.2381 32.0190 32.8195 33.6400 34.4810 35.3430 36.2266 37.1323 38.0606 5,153.6968 5,282.5392 5,414.6027 5,549.9677 5,688.7169 5,830.9349 5,976.7082 6,126.1259 6,279.2791 6,436.2611 6,597.1676 61,944.36 63,390.47 64,975.23 66,599.61 68,264.60 69,971.22 71,720.50 73,513.51 75,351.35 77,235.13 79,166.01 CommDev Services Technician 11 2 322-002 26.9365 27.6099 28.3002 29.0077 29.7329 30.4762 31.2381 32.0190 32.8195 33.6400 34.4810 4,668.9949 4,785.7198 4,905.3628 5,027.9969 5,153.6968 5,282.5392 5,414.6027 5,549.9678 5,688.7170 5,830.9349 5,976.7083 56,027.94 57,428.64 58,864.35 60,335.96 61,844.36 63,390.47 64,975.23 66,599.61 68,264.60 69,971.22 71,720.50 CommDev Services Technician l 1 323-001 24.4031 25.0132 25.6386 26.2795 26.9365 27.6099 28.3002 29.0077 29.7329 30.4762 31.2381 4,229.8790 4,335.6259 4,444.016E 4,555.1170 4,668.9949 4,785.7198 4,905.3628 5,027.9969 5,153.6968 5,282.5392 5,414.6027 50,758.55 52,027.51 53,328.20 54,661.40 56,027.94 57,428.64 58,864.35 60,335.96 61,844.36 63,390.47 64,975.23 CITY CLERK Director of Legislative Affairs/City Clerk 8 500-008 60.9456 62.3667 63.9259 65.5240 67.1621 68.8412 70.5622 72.3262 74.1344 75.9878 77.8875 79.8346 81.8305 83.8763 85.9732 10,546.5632 10,810.2272 11,080.4829 11,357.4950 11,641.4324 11,932.4682 12,230.7799 12,536.5494 12,849.9631 13,171.2122 13,500.4925 13,838.0048 14,183.9549 14, 538.5538 14,902.0176 126,558.76 129,722.73 132,965.79 136,289.94 139,697.19 143,189.62 146,769.36 150,438.59 154,199.56 158,054.55 162,005.91 166,056.06 170,207.46 174,462.65 178,824.21 Deputy City Clerk 7 501-007 37.1323 38.0606 39.0121 39.9874 40.9871 42.0118 43.0621 44.1386 45.2421 46.3731 47.5325 48.7208 49.9388 51.1873 52.4669 6,436.2611 6,597.1676 6,762.0968 6,931.1493 7,104.4280 7,282.0387 7,464.0897 7,650.6919 7,841.9592 8,038.0082 8,238.9584 8,444.9323 8,656.0556 8,872.4570 9,094.2685 77,235.13 79,166.01 81,145.16 83,173.79 85,253.14 87,384.46 89,569.08 91,808.30 94,103.51 96,456.10 98,867.50 101,339.19 103,872.67 106,469.48 109,131.22 Records Manager 6 510-006 33.6400 34.4810 35.3430 36.2266 37.1323 38.0606 39.0121 39.9874 40.9871 42.0118 43.0621 44.1386 45.2421 46.3731 47.5325 5,830.9349 5,976.7082 6,126.1259 6,279.2791 6,436.2611 6,597.1676 6,762.0968 6,931.1492 7,104.4279 7,282.0386 7,464.0896 7,650.6918 7,841.9591 8,038.0081 8,238.9583 69,971.22 71,720.50 73,513.51 75,351.35 77,235.13 79,166.01 81,145.16 83,173.79 85,253.14 87,384.46 89,569.08 91,808.30 94,103.51 96,456.10 98,867.50 Records Supervisor 4 511-004 26.2795 26.9365 27.6099 28.3002 29.0077 29.7329 30.4762 31.2381 32.0190 32.8195 33.6400 4,555.1170 4,668.9949 4,785.7198 4,905.3628 5,027.9969 5,153.6968 5,282.5392 5,414.6027 5,549.9678 5,688.7170 5,830.9349 54,661.40 56,027.94 57,428.64 58,864.35 60,335.96 61,844.36 63,390.47 64,975.23 66,599.61 68,264.60 69,971.22 Senior Records Coordinator 3 512-003 23.8079 24.4031 25.0132 25.6386 26.2795 26.9365 27.6099 28.3002 29.0077 29.7329 30.4762 4,126:7112 4,229.8790 4,335.6259 4,444.0166 4,555.1170 4,668.9949 4,785.7198 4,905.3628 5,027.9968 5,153.6968 5,282.5392 49,520.53 50,758.55 52,027.51 53,328.20 54,661.40 56,027.94 57,428.64 58,864.35 60,335.96 61,844.36 63,390.47 Records Coordinator 2 513-002 21.5688 22.1080 22.6607 23.2273 23.8079 24.4031 25.0132 25.6386 26.2795 26.9365 27.6099 3,738.5967 3,832.0616 3,927.8631 4,026.0597 4,126.7112 4,229.8790 4,335.6259 4,444.0166 4,555.1170 4,668.9949 4,785.7198 44,863.16 45,984.74 47,134.36 48,312.72 49,520.53 50,758.55 52,027.51 53,328.20 54,661.40 56,027.94 57,428.64 Records Technician 1 514-001 19.5403 20.0288 20.5295 21.0428 21.5688 22.1080 22.6607 23.2273 23.8079 24.4031 25.0132 3,38E-9840 3,471.658E 3,558.4501 %647.4113 3,738.596E %8832.0615 3,927.8631 %026.0597 %192,:7111 4,229.8789 4,335.6259 40,643.81 41,659.90 42,701.40 43,768.94 44,863.1E 45,984.74 47,134.3E 48,312.72 49,520.53 50,758.55 52,11 7.51 CITY MANAGER City Manager (per Employment Contract) 8 100-009 118.20 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A 20,488.58 245,863.00 Assistant City Manager 8 101-008 74.1344 75.9878 77.8875 79.8346 81.8305 83.8763 85.9732 88.1225 90.3256 92.5837 94.8983 97.2708 99.7025 102.1951 104.7500 12,849.9632 13,171.2123 13,500.4926 13,838.0049 14,183.9550 14,538.5539 14,902.0177 15,274.5682 15,656.4324 16,047.8432 16,449.0392 16,860.2652 17,281.7719 17,713.8162 18,156.6616 154,199.56 158,054.55 162,005.91 166,056.06 170,207.46 174,462.65 178,824.21 183,294.82 187,877.19 192,574.12 197,388.47 202,323.18 207,381.26 212,565.79 217,879.94 Deputy City Manager 7 102-007 67.1621 68.8412 70.5622 72.3262 74.1344 75.9878 77.8875 79.8346 81.8305 83.8763 85.9732 88.1225 90.3256 92.5837 94.8983 11,641.4324 11,932.4683 12,230.7800 12,536.5495 12,949.9632 13,171.2123 13,500.4926 13,838.0049 14,183.9550 14,538.5539 14,902.0177 15,274.5682 15,656.4324 16,047.8432 16,449.0393 139,697.19 143,189.62 146,769.36 150,438.59 154,199.56 158,054.55 162,005.91 166,056.06 170,207.46 174,462.65 178,824.21 183,294.82 187,877.19 192, 574.12 197,388.47 Assistant to the City Manager 6 103-007 55.1231 56.5011 57.9137 59.3615 60.9456 62.3667 63.9259 65.5240 67.1621 68.8412 70.5622 72.3262 74.1344 75.9878 77.8875 9,554.6657 9,793.5324 10,038.3707 10,289.3300 10,546.5632 10,810.2273 11,080.4830 11,357.4950 11,641.4324 11,932.4682 12,230.7799 12,536.5494 12,849.9632 13,171.2122 13,500.4926 114,655.99 117, 522.39 120,460.45 123,471.96 126,558.76 129, 722.73 132,965.80 136, 289.94 139,697.19 143,189.62 146,769.36 150,438.59 154,199.56 158,054.55 162,005.91 Economic Development Manager 5 120-005 44.1386 45.2421 46.3731 47.5325 48.7208 49.9388 51.1873 52.4669 53.7786 55.1231 56.5011 57.9137 59.3615 60.845E 62.3667 7,650.6919 7,841.9592 8,038.0082 8,238.9584 8,444.9323 8,656.0556 8,872.4570 9,094.2685 9,321.6252 9,554.6658 9,793.5324 10,038.3707 10,289.3300 10,546.5633 10,810.2273 91,808.30 94,103.51 96,456.10 98,867.50 101,339.19 103,872.67 106,469.48 109,131.22 111,859.50 114,655.99 117,522.39 120,460.45 123,471.96 126,558.76 129,722.73 Video Production Specialist 3 130-003 31.2381 32.0190 32.8195 33.6400 34.4810 35.3430 36.2266 37.1323 38.0606 39.0121 39.9874 5,414.6027 5,549.9677 5,688.7169 5,830.9349 5,976.7082 6,126.1259 6,279.2791 6,436.2611 6,597.1676 6,762.0968 6,931.1492 64,975.23 66,599.61 68,264.60 69,971.22 71,720.50 73,513.51 75,351.35 77,235.13 79,166.01 81,145.16 83,173.79 2MM CITY OF TEMECULA SALARY SCHEDULE AS OF JULY 1, 2019 Class Family / Title Level Class Code r 2.5 3.0 3.5 4.0 4.5 5.0 5.5 6.0 COMMUNITY SERVICES Director of Community Services 8 600-008 65.5240 67.1621 68.8412 70.5622 72.3262 74.1344 75.9878 77.8875 79.8346 81.8305 83.8763 85.9732 88.1225 90.3256 92.5837 11,357.4950 11, 641.4324 11,932.4682 12, 230.7799 12,536.5494 12,849.9632 13,171.2122 13, 500.4925 13,838.0048 14,183.9550 14,538.5538 14, 902.0177 15,274.5681 15, 656.4323 16,047.8431 136,289.94 139,697.19 143,189.62 146,769.36 150,438.59 154,199.56 158,054.55 162,005.91 166,056.06 170,207.46 174,462.65 178,824.21 183,294.82 187,877.19 192,574.12 Asst Director of Community Services 7 601-007 49.9388 51.1873 52.4669 53.7786 55.1231 56.5011 57.9137 59.3615 60.8456 62.3667 63.9259 65.5240 67.1621 68.8412 70.5622 8,656.0556 8,872.4570 9,094.2694 9,321.6252 9,554.6658 9,793.5324 10,038.3707 10,289.3300 10,546.5633 10,810.2273 11,080.4830 11,357.4951 11,641.4325 11,932.4683 12,230.7800 103,872.67 106,469.48 109,131.22 111,859.50 114,655.99 117,522.39 120,460.45 123,471.96 126,558.76 129,722.73 132,965.80 136,289.94 139,697.19 143,189.62 146,769.36 Community Services Superintendent 6 602-006 45.2421 46.3731 47.5325 48.7208 49.9388 51.1873 52.4669 53.7786 55.1231 56.5011 57.9137 59.3615 60.9456 62.3667 63.9259 7,841.9592 1 8,238.9584 8,444.9323 8,656.0556 8,872.4570 9,094.2684 9,321.6252 9,554.6658 9,793.5324 10,038.3707 10,289.3300 10,546.5633 10,810.2273 11,080.4830 94,103.51 96,456.10 98,867.50 101,339.19 103,872.67 106,469.48 109,131.22 111,859.50 114,655.99 117,522.39 120,460.45 123,471.96 126,558.76 129,722.73 132,965.80 Community Services Manager 5 603-005 40.9871 42.0118 43.0621 44.1386 45.2421 46.3731 47.5325 48.7208 49.9388 51.1873 52.4669 53.7786 55.1231 56.5011 57.9137 7,104.4279 7,282.0386 7,464.0895 7,650.6918 7,841.9591 8,038.0081 8,238.9583 8,444.9322 8,656.0555 8,872.4569 9,094.2683 9,321.6250 9,554.6657 9,793.5323 10,038.3706 85,253.13 87,384.46 89,569.07 91,808.30 94,103.51 96,456.10 98,867.50 101,339.19 103,872.67 106,469.48 109,131.22 111,859.50 114,655.99 117,522.39 120,460.45 Community Services Supervisor 11 4 610-004 30.4762 31.2381 32.0190 32.8195 33.6400 34.4810 35.3430 36.2266 37.1323 38.0606 39.0121 5,282.5392 5,414.6026 5,549.9677 5,688.7169 5,830.9348 5,976.7082 6,126.1259 6,279.2790 6,436.2610 6,597.1675 6,762.0967 63,390.47 64,975.23 66,599.61 68,264.60 69,971.22 71,720.50 73,513.51 75,351.35 77,235.13 79,166.01 81,145.16 Community Services Supervisor l 4 611-004 29.0077 29.7329 30.4762 31.2381 32.0190 32.8195 33.6400 34.4810 35.3430 36.2266 37.1323 5,027.9968 5,153.6967 5,282.5391 5,414.6026 5,549.9677 5,688.7169 5,830.9348 5,976.7082 6,126.1259 6,279.2790 6,436.2610 60,335.96 61,844.36 63,390.47 64,975.23 66,599.61 68,264.60 69,971.22 71,720.50 73,513.51 75,351.35 77,235.13 Community Services Coordinator 11 3 612-003 26.2795 26.9365 27.6099 28.3002 29.0077 29.7329 30.4762 31.2381 32.0190 32.8195 33.6400 4,555.1170 4,668.9949 4,785.7198 4,905.3628 5,027.9969 5,153.6968 5,282.5392 5,414.6027 5,549.9678 5,688.7170 5,830.9349 54,661.40 56,027.94 57,428.64 58,864.35 60,335.96 61,844.36 63,390.47 64,975.23 66,599.61 68,264.60 69,971.22 Community Services Coordinator l 3 613-003 25.0132 25.6386 26.2795 26.9365 27.6099 28.3002 29.0077 29.7329 30.4762 31.2381 32.0190 4,335.6260 4,444.0166 4,555.1170 4,668.9950 4,785.7198 4,905.3628 5,027.9969 5,153.6968 5,282.5392 5,414.6027 5,549.9678 52,027.51 53,328.20 54,661.40 56,027.94 57,428.64 58,864.35 60,335.96 61,844.36 63,390.47 64,975.23 66,599.61 Community Services Specialist 11 2 614-002 22.6607 23.2273 23.8079 24.4031 25.0132 25.6386 26.2795 26.9365 27.6099 28.3002 29.0077 3,927.8631 4,026.0597 4,126.7111 4,229.8789 4,335.6259 4,444.0165 4,555.1170 4,668.9949 4,785.7198 4,905.3628 5,027.9968 47,134.36 48,312.72 49,520.53 50,758.55 52,027.51 53,328.20 54,661.40 56,027.94 57,428.64 58,864.35 60,335.96 Community Services Specialist l 2 615-002 21.5688 22.1080 22.6607 23.2273 23.8079 24.4031 25.0132 25.6386 26.2795 26.9365 27.6099 3,738.5967 3,832.0616 3,927.8631 4,026.0597 4,126.7112 4,229.8790 4,335.6259 4,444.0166 4,555.1170 4,668.9949 4,785.7198 44,863.16 45,984.74 47,134.36 48,312.72 49,520.53 50,758.55 52,027.51 53,328.20 54,661.40 56,027.94 57,428.64 Community Services Assistant 1 616-001 19.5403 20.0288 20.5295 21.0428 21.5688 22.1080 22.6607 23.2273 23.8079 24.4031 25.0132 3,386.9840 3,471.6586 3,558.4501 3,647.4113 3,738.5966 3,832.0615 3,927.8631 4,026.0597 4,126.7111 4,229.8789 4,335.6259 40,643.81 41,659.90 42,701.40 43,768.94 44,863.16 45,984.74 47,134.36 48,312.72 49,520.53 50,758.55 52,027.51 Senior Recreation Leader 1 617-001 16.4386 16.8495 17.2708 17.7025 18.1451 18.5987 19.0637 19.5403 20.0288 20.5295 21.0428 2,849.3519 2,920.5857 2,993.6004 3,068.4404 3,145.1514 3,223.7802 3,304.3747 3,386.9840 3,471.6587 3,558.4501 3,647.4114 34,192.22 35,047.03 35,923.20 36,821.28 37,741.82 38,685.36 39,652.50 40,643.81 41,659.90 42,701.40 43,768.94 Recreation Leader 1 618-001 13.8292 14.1749 14.5293 14.8925 15.2648 15.6465 16.0376 16.4386 16.9495 17.2708 17.7025 2,397.0607 2,456.9872 2,518.4119 2,581.3722 2,645.9065 2,712.0542 2,779.8555 2,849.3519 2,920.5857 2,993.6003 3,068.4404 28,764.73 29,483.85 30,220.94 30,976.47 31,750.88 32,544.65 33,358.27 34,192.22 35,047.03 35,923.20 36,821.28 Recreation Assistant 1 619-001 12.5286 12.8418 13.1628 13.4919 13.8292 14.1749 14.5293 14.8925 15.2648 15.6465 16.0376 2,171.6187 2,225.9092 2,281.5569 2,338.5959 2,397.0607 2,456.9873 2,518.4119 2,581.3722 2,645.9066 2,712.0542 2,779.8556 26,059.42 26,710.91 27,378.68 28,063.15 28,764.73 29,483.85 30,220.94 30,976.47 31,750.88 32,544.65 33,358.27 COMMUNITY SERVICES - AQUATICS Aquatics Supervisor 11 4 620-004 31.2381 32.0190 32.8195 33.6400 34.4810 35.3430 36.2266 37.1323 38.0606 39.0121 39.9874 5,414.6027 5,549.9677 5,688.7169 5,830.9349 5,976.7082 6,126.1259 6,279.2791 6,436.2611 6,597.1676 6,762.0968 6,931.1492 64,975.23 66,599.61 68,264.60 69,971.22 71,720.50 73,513.51 75,351.35 77,235.13 79,166.01 81,145.16 83,173.79 Aquatics Supervisor l 4 621-004 29.7329 30.4762 31.2381 32.0190 32.8195 33.6400 34.4810 35.3430 36.2266 37.1323 38.0606 5,153.6968 5,282.5392 5,414.6027 5,549.9677 5,688.7169 5,830.9349 5,976.7082 6,126.1259 6,279.2791 6,436.2611 6,597.1676 61,844.36 63,390.47 64,975.23 66,599.61 68,264.60 69,971.22 71,720.50 73,513.51 75,351.35 77,235.13 79,166.01 Aquatics Coordinator 3 622-003 26.9365 27.6099 28.3002 29.0077 29.7329 30.4762 31.2381 32.0190 32.8195 33.6400 34.4810 4,668.9949 4,785.7198 4,905.3628 5,027.9969 5,153.6968 5,282.5392 5,414.6027 5,549.9678 5,688.7170 5,830.9349 5,976.7083 56,027.94 57,428.64 58,864.35 1 60,335.96 61,844.36 63,390.47 64,975.23 66,599.61 68,264.60 69,971.22 71,720.50 Lead Lifeguard 2 623-002 16.4386 16.8495 17.2708 17.7025 18.1451 18.5987 19.0637 19.5403 20.0288 20.5295 21.0428 2,849.3519 2,920.5857 2,993.6004 3,068.4404 3,145.1514 3,223.7802 3,304.3747 3,386.9840 3,471.6587 3,558.4501 3,647.4114 34,192.22 35,047.03 35,923.20 36,821.28 37,741.82 38,685.36 39,652.50 40,643.81 41,659.90 42,701.40 43,768.94 Senior Lifeguard 1 624-001 14.8925 15.2648 15.6465 16.0376 16.4386 16.8495 17.2708 17.7025 18.1451 18.5987 19.0637 2,581.3722 2,645.9065 2,712.0542 2,779.8555 2,849.3519 2,920.5857 2,993.6003 3,068.4404 3,145.1514 3,223.7801 3,304.3747 30,976.47 31,750.88 32,544.65 33,358.27 34,192.22 35,047.03 35,923.20 36,821.28 37,741.82 38,685.36 39,652.50 Lifeguard 1 625-001 13.1628 13.4919 13.8292 14.1749 14.5293 14.8925 15.2648 15.6465 16.0376 16.4386 16.8495 2,281.5569 2,338.5958 2,397.0607 2,456.9873 2,518.4119 2,581.3722 2,645.9065 2,712.0542 2,779.8556 2,849.3519 2,920.5857 27,378.68 28,063.15 28,764.73 29,483.85 30,220.94 30,976.47 31,750.88 32,544.65 33,358.27 34,192.22 35,047.03 Water Safety Instructor 1 626-001 13.1628 13.4919 13.8292 14.1749 14.5293 14.8925 15.2648 15.6465 16.0376 16.4386 16.9495 2,281.5569 2,338.5958 2,397.0607 2,456.9873 2,518.4119 2,581.3722 2,645.9065 2,712.0542 2,779.8556 2,849.3519 2,920.5857 27,378.68 28,063.15 28,764.73 29,483.85 30,220.94 30,976.47 31,750.88 32,544.65 33,358.27 34,192.22 35,047.03 elm CITY OF TEMECULA SALARY SCHEDULE AS OF JULY 1, 2019 Class Family / Title Level Class Code r 2.5 3.0 3.5 4.0 4.5 5.0 5.5 6.0 COMMUNITY SERVICES - DAY CAMP Day Camp Director 1 654-001 19.0637 19.5403 20.0288 20.5295 21.0428 21.5688 22.1080 22.6607 23.2273 23.8079 24.4031 3,304.3746 3,386.9840 3,471.6586 3,558.4501 3,647.4113 3,738.5966 3,832.0615 3,927.8630 4,026.0596 4,126.7111 4,229.8789 39,652.50 40,643.81 41,659.90 42,701.40 43,768.94 44,863.16 45,984.74 47,134.36 48,312.72 49,520.53 50,758.55 Assistant Day Camp Director 1 655-001 15.6465 16.0376 16.4386 16.8495 17.2708 17.7025 18.1451 18.5987 19.0637 19.5403 20.0288 2,712.0542 2,779.8555 2,849.3519 2,920.5857 2,993.6004 3,068.4404 3,145.1514 3,223.7802 3,304.3747 3,386.9840 3,471.6586 32,544.65 33,358.27 34,192.22 35,047.03 35,923.20 36,821.28 37,741.82 38,685.36 39,652.50 40,643.81 41,659.90 COMMUNITY SERVICES - PARK RANGERS Supervising Park Ranger 4 630-004 31.2381 32.0190 32.8195 33.6400 34.4810 35.3430 36.2266 37.1323 38.0606 39.0121 39.9874 5,414.6027 5,549.9677 5,688.7169 5,830.9349 5,976.7082 6,126.1259 6,279.2791 6,436.2611 6,597.1676 6,762.0968 6,931.1492 64,975.23 66,599.61 68,264.60 69,971.22 71,720.50 73,513.51 75,351.35 77,235.13 79,166.01 81,145.16 83,173.79 Park Ranger III 3 631-003 28.3002 29.0077 29.7329 30.4762 31.2381 32.0190 32.8195 33.6400 34.4810 35.3430 36.2266 4,905.3627 5,027.9968 5,153.6967 5,282.5392 5,414.6026 5,549.9677 5,688.7169 5,830.9348 5,976.7082 6,126.1259 6,279.2790 58,864.35 60,335.96 61,844.36 63,390.47 64,975.23 66,599.61 68,264.60 69,971.22 71,720.50 73,513.51 75,351.35 Park Ranger II 2 632-002 25.6386 26.2795 26.9365 27.6099 28.3002 29.0077 29.7329 30.4762 31.2381 32.0190 32.8195 4,444.0166 4,555.1170 4,668.9949 4,785.7198 4,905.3628 5,027.9969 5,153.6968 5,282.5392 5,414.6027 5,549.9677 5,688.7169 53,328.20 54,661.40 56,027.94 57,428.64 58,864.35 60,335.96 61,844.36 63,390.47 64,975.23 66,599.61 68,264.60 Park Ranger 1 1 633-001 23.2273 23.8079 24.4031 25.0132 25.6386 26.2795 26.9365 27.6099 288 002 29.0077 29.7329 4,026.0597 4,126.7112 4,229.8789 4,335.6259 4,444.0166 4,555.1170 4,668.9949 4,785.7198 4,905.3628 5,027.9968 5,153.6968 48,312.72 49,520.53 50,758.55 52,027.51 53,328.20 54,661.40 56,027.94 57,428.64 58,864.35 60,335.96 61,844.36 COMMUNITY SERVICES -THEATER Theater Technical Coordinator 11 3 640-003 26.2795 26.9365 27.6099 28.3002 29.0077 29.7329 30.4762 31.2381 32.0190 32.8195 33.6400 4,555.1170 4,668.9949 4,785.7198 4,905.3628 5,027.9969 5,153.6968 5,282.5392 5,414.6027 5,549.9678 5,688.7170 5,830.9349 54,661.40 56,027.94 57,428.64 58,864.35 60,335.96 61,844.36 63,390.47 64,975.23 66,599.61 68,264.60 69,971.22 Theater Technical Coordinator l 3 641-003 25.0132 25.6386 26.2795 26.9365 27.6099 28.3002 29.0077 29.7329 30.4762 31.2381 32.0190 4,335.6260 4,444.0166 4,555.1170 4,668.9950 4,785.7198 4,905.3628 5,027.9969 5,153.6968 5,282.5392 5,414.6027 5,549.9678 52,027.51 53,328.20 54,661.40 56,027.94 57,428.64 58,864.35 60,335.96 61,844.36 63,390.47 64,975.23 66,599.61 Theater Technical Specialist 11 2 642-002 22.6607 23.2273 23.8079 24.4031 25.0132 25.6386 26.2795 26.9365 27.6099 28.3002 29.0077 3,927:8631 4,026.0597 4,126.7111 4,229.8789 4,335.6259 4,444.0165 4,555.1170 4,668.9949 4,785.7198 4,905.3628 5,027.9968 47,134.36 48,312.72 49,520.53 50,758.55 52,027.51 53,328.20 54,661.40 56,027.94 57,428.64 58,864.35 60,335.96 Theater Technical Specialist 1 2 643-002 21.5688 22.1080 22.6607 23.2273 23.8079 24.4031 25.0132 25.6386 26.2795 26.9365 27.6099 3,738.5967 3,832.0616 3'927.8631 4,026.0597 4,126.7112 4,229.8790 4,335.6259 4,444.0166 4,555.1170 4,668.9949 4,785.7198 44,863.16 45,984.74 47,134.36 48,312.72 49,520.53 50,758.55 52,027.51 53,328.20 54,661.40 56,027.94 57,428.64 Theater Technical Assistant 1 644-001 19.5403 20.0288 20.5295 21.0428 21.5688 22.1080 22.6607 23.2273 23.8079 24.4031 25.0132 3,386.9840 3,471.6586 3,558.4501 3,647.4113 3,738.5966 3,832.0615 3,927.8631 4,026.0597 4,126.7111 4,229.8789 4,335.6259 40,643.81 41,659.90 42,701.40 43,768.94 44,863.16 45,984.74 47,134.36 48,312.72 49,520.53 50,758.55 52,027.51 FINANCE Director of Finance 8 200-008 65.5240 67.1621 68.8412 70.5622 72.3262 74.1344 75.9878 77.8875 79:8346 81.8305 83.8763 85.9732 881225 90.3256 92.5837 11,357.4950 11,641.4324 11,932.4682 12,230.7799 12,536.5494 12,849.9632 13,171.2122 13,500.4925 13,8380048 14,183.9550 14,538.5538 14,902.0177 15,274:5681 15,656.4323 16,047.8431 136,289.94 139, 697.19 143,189.62 146, 769.36 150,438.59 154,199.56 158,054.55 162,005.91 166,056.06 170, 207.46 174,462.65 178,824.21 183,294.82 187,877.19 192,574.12 Assistant Director of Finance 7 201-007 48.7208 49.9388 51.1873 52.4669 53.7786 55.1231 56.5011 57.9137 59.3615 60.8456 62.3667 63.9259 65.5240 67.1621 68.9412 81444.9323 8,656.0556 8,872.4570 9,094.2684 9,321.6251 9,554.6658 9,793.5324 10,038.3707 10,289.3300 10,546.5632 10,810.2273 11,080.4830 11,357.4951 11,641.4325 11,932.4683 101,339.19 103,872.67 106,469.48 109,131.22 111,859.50 114, 655.99 117,522.39 120,460.45 123,471.96 126, 558.76 129,722.73 132,965.80 136,289.94 139, 697.19 143,189.62 Fiscal Services Manager 6 202-006 44.1386 45.2421 46.3731 47.5325 48.7208 49.9388 51.1873 52.4669 53.7786 55.1231 56.5011 57.9137 59.3615 60.8456 62.3667 7,650.6919 7,841.95:2 8,038.0082 8,238.9584 8,444.93.23 8,656.0556 8,872.4570 9,094.268' 9,321.6252 9,554.6658 9,793.5324 10,0311 7 10,28V13.00 10,546.5633 10,810.2273 91,808.30 94,103.51 96,456.10 98,867.50 101,339.19 103,872.67 106,469.48 109,131.22 111,859.50 114,655.99 117,522.39 120,4611 123,471.96 126,558.76 129,722.73 FINANCE - ACCOUNTING Senior Accountant 4 240-004 39.0121 39.9874 40.9871 42.0118 43.0621 44.1386 45.2421 46.3731 47.5325 48.7208 49.9388 51.1873 52.4669 53.7786 55.1231 6,762:0968 6,931.1492 7,104.4279 7,282.0386 7,464.0896 7,650.6918 7,841.9591 8,038.0081 8,238.9583 8,444.9323 8,656.0556 8,872.4570 9,094.2684 9,321.6251 9,554.6657 81,145.16 83,173.79 85,253.14 87,384.46 89,569.08 91,808.30 94,103.51 96,456.10 98,867.50 101,339.19 103,872.67 106,469.48 109,131.22 111,859.50 114,655.99 Accountant 11 3 241-003 35.3430 36.2266 37.1323 38.0606 39.0121 39.9874 40.9871 42.0118 43.0621 44.1386 45.2421 46.3731 47.5325 48.7208 49.9388 6,126.1260 6,279.2791 6,436.2611 6,597.1676 6,762.0968 6,931.1492 7,104.4279 7,282.0386 7,464.0896 7,650.6919 7,841.9591 8,038.0081 8,238.9583 8,444.9323 8,656.0556 73,513.51 75,351.35 77,235.13 79,166.01 81,145.16 83,173.79 85,253.14 87,384.46 89,569.08 91,808.30 94,103.51 96,456.10 98,867.50 101,339.19 103,872.67 Accountantl 3 242-003 33.6400 34.4810 35.3430 36.2266 37.1323 38.0606 39.0121 39.9874 40.9871 42.0118 43.0621 44.1386 45.2421 46.3731 47.5325 5,830.9349 5,976.7082 6,126.1259 6,279.2791 6,436.2611 6,597.1676 6,762.0968 6,931.1492 7,104.4279 7,282.0386 7,464.0896 7,650.6918 7,841.9591 8,038.0081 8,238.9583 69,971.22 71,720.50 73,513.51 75,351.35 77,235.13 79,166.01 81,145.16 83,173.79 85,253.14 87,384.46 89,569.08 91,808.30 94,103.51 96,456.10 98,867.50 27M CITY OF TEMECULA SALARY SCHEDULE AS OF JULY 1, 2019 Class Family / Title Level Class Code r 2.5 3.0 3.5 4.0 4.5 5.0 5.5 6.0 FINANCE- ACCOUNTING SUPPORT Accounting Support Su pervisor 4 250-004 33.6400 34.4810 35.3430 36.2266 37.1323 38.0606 39.0121 39.9874 40.9871 42.0118 43.0621 44.1386 45.2421 46.3731 47.5325 5,830.9349 5,976.7082 6,126.1259 6,279.2791 6,436.2611 6,597.1676 6,762.0968 6,931.1492 7,104.4279 7,282.0386 7,464.0896 7,650.6918 7,841.9591 8,038.0081 8,238.9583 69,971.22 71,720.50 73,513.51 75,351.35 77,235.13 79,166.01 81,145.16 83,173.79 85,253.14 87,384.46 89,569.08 91,808.30 94,103.51 96,456.10 98,867.50 Senior Amounting Technician 3 251-003 30.4762 31.2381 32.0190 32.8195 33.6400 34.4810 35.3430 36.2266 37.1323 38.0606 39.0121 39.9874 40.9871 42.0118 43.0621 5,282.5392 5,414.6026 5,549.9677 5,688.7169 5,830.9348 5,976.7082 6,126.1259 6,279.2790 6,436.2610 6,597.1675 6,762.0967 6,931.1492 7,104.4279 7,282.0386 7,464.0895 63,390.47 64,975.23 66,599.61 68,264.60 69,971.22 71,720.50 73,513.51 75,351.35 77,235.13 79,166.01 81,145.16 83,173.79 85,253.13 87,384.46 89,569.07 Accounting Technician 11 2 252-002 27.6099 28.3002 29.0077 29.7329 30.4762 31.2381 32.0190 32.8195 33.6400 34.4810 35.3430 36.2266 37.1323 38.0606 39.0121 4,785.7198 4,905.3628 5,027.9969 5,153.6968 5,282.5392 5,414.6027 5,549.9677 5,688.7169 5,830.9349 5,976.7082 6,126.1259 6,279.2791 6,436.2611 6,597.1676 6,762.0968 57,428.64 58,864.35 60,335.96 61,844.36 63,390.47 64,975.23 66,599.61 68,264.60 69,971.22 71,720.50 73,513.51 75,351.35 77,235.13 79,166.01 81,145.16 Accounting Technician l 2 253-002 26.2795 26.9365 27.6099 28.3002 29.0077 29.7329 30.4762 31.2381 32.0190 32.8195 33.6400 34.4810 35.3430 36.2266 37.1323 4,555.1170 4,668.9949 4,785.7198 4,905.3628 5,027.9969 5,153.6968 5,282.5392 5,414.6027 5,549.9678 5,688.7170 5,830.9349 5,976.7083 6,126.1260 6,279.2791 6,436.2611 54,661.40 56,027.94 57,428.64 58,864.35 60,335.96 61,844.36 63,390.47 64,975.23 66,599.61 68,264.60 69,971.22 71,720.50 73,513.51 75,351.35 77,235.13 Accounting Assistant 1 254-001 23.8079 24.4031 25.0132 25.6386 26.2795 26.9365 27.6099 28.3002 29.0077 29.7329 30.4762 31.2381 32.0190 32.8195 33.6400 4,126.7112 4,229.8790 4,335.6259 4,444.0166 4,555.1170 4,668.9949 4,785.7198 4,905.3628 5,027.9968 5,153.6968 5,282.5392 5,414.6027 5,549.9677 5,688.7169 5,830.9349 49,520.53 50,758.55 52,027.51 53,328.20 54,661.40 56,027.94 57,428.64 58,864.35 60,335.96 61,844.36 63,390.47 64,975.23 66,599.61 68,264.60 69,971.22 Cashier 1 230-001 23.8079 24.4031 25.0132 25.6386 26.2795 26.9365 27.6099 28.3002 29.0077 29.7329 30.4762 4,126.7112 4,229.8790 4,335.6259 4,444.0166 4,555.1170 4,668.9949 4,785.7198 4,905.3628 5,027.9968 5,153.6968 5,282.5392 49,520.53 50,758.55 52,027.51 53,328.20 54,661.40 56,027.94 57,428.64 58,864.35 60,335.96 61,844.36 63,390.47 FINANCE - BUSINESS LICENSE Business License Supervisor 4 260-004 32.0190 32.8195 33.6400 34.4810 35.3430 36.2266 37.1323 38.0606 39.0121 39.9874 40.9871 5,549.9677 5,688.7169 5,830.9349 5,976.7082 6,126.1259 6,279.2791 6,436.2611 6,597.1676 6,762.0968 6,931.1492 7,104.4279 66,599.61 68,264.60 69,971.22 71,720.50 73,513.51 75,351.35 77,235.13 79,166.01 81,145.16 83,173.79 85,253.14 Senior Business License Technician 3 261-003 29.0077 29.7329 30.4762 31.2381 32.0190 32.8195 33.6400 34.4810 35.3430 36.2266 37.1323 5,027.9968 5,153.6967 5,282.5391 5,414.6026 5,549.9677 5,688.7169 5,830.9348 5,976.7082 6,126.1259 6,279.2790 6,436.2610 60,335.96 61,844.36 63,390.47 64,975.23 66,599.61 68,264.60 69,971.22 71,720.50 73,513.51 75,351.35 77,235.13 Business License Technician 2 262-002 26.2795 26.9365 27.6099 28.3002 29.0077 29.7329 30.4762 31.2381 32.0190 32.8195 33.6400 4,555.1170 4,668.9949 4,785.7198 4,905.3628 5,027.9969 5,153.6968 5,282.5392 5,414.6027 5,549.9678 5,688.7170 5,830.9349 54,661.40 56,027.94 57,428.64 58,864.35 60,335.96 61,844.36 63,390.47 64,975.23 66,599.61 68,264.60 69,971.22 Business License Assistant 1 263-001 23.8079 24.4031 25.0132 25.6386 26.2795 26.9365 27.6099 28.3002 29.0077 29.7329 30.4762 4,126.7112 4,229.8790 4,335.6259 4,444.0166 4,555.1170 4,668.9949 4,785.7198 4,905.3628 5,027.9968 5,153.6968 5,282.5392 49,520.53 50,758.55 52,027.51 53,328.20 54,661.40 56,027.94 57,428.64 58,864.35 60,335.96 61,844.36 63,390.47 FINANCE - PAYROLL Payroll Manager 5 220-005 37.1323 38.0606 39.0121 39.9874 40.9871 42.0118 43.0621 44.1386 45.2421 46.3731 47.5325 48.7208 49.9388 51.1873 52.4669 6,436.2611 6,597.1676 6,762.0968 6,931.1493 7,104.4280 7,282.0387 7,464.0897 7,650.6919 7,841.9592 8,038.0082 8,238.9584 8,444.9323 8,656.0556 8,872.4570 9,094.2685 77,235.13 79,166.01 81,145.16 83,173.79 85,253.14 87,384.46 89,569.08 91,808.30 94,103.51 96,456.10 98,867.50 101,339.19 103,872.67 106,469.48 109,131.22 Payroll Administrator 4 222-004 33.6400 34.4810 35.3430 36.2266 37.1323 38.0606 39.0121 39.9874 40.9871 42.0118 43.0621 44.1386 45.2421 46.3731 47.5325 5,830.9349 5,976.7082 6,126.1259 6,279.2791 6,436.2611 6,597.1676 6,762.0968 6,931.1492 7,104.4279 7,282.0386 7,464.0896 7,650.6918 7,841.9591 8,038.0081 8,238.9583 69,971.22 71,720.50 73,513.51 75,351.35 77,235.13 79,166.01 81,145.16 83,173.79 85,253.14 87,384.46 89,569.08 91,808.30 94,103.51 96,456.10 98,867.50 Payroll Supervisor 4 221-004 32.0190 32.8195 33.6400 34.4810 35.3430 36.2266 37.1323 38.0606 39.0121 39.9874 40.9871 42.0118 43.0621 44.1386 45.2421 5,549.9677 5,688.7169 5,830.9349 5,976.7082 6,126.1259 6,279.2791 6,436.2611 6,597.1676 6,762.0968 6,931.1492 7,104.4279 7,282.0386 7,464.0896 7,650.6918 7,841.9591 66,599.61 68,264.60 69,971.22 71,720.50 73,513.51 75,351.35 77,235.13 79,166.01 81,145.16 83,173.79 85,253.14 87,384.46 89,569.08 91,808.30 1 94,103.51 Senior Payroll Coordinator 3 223-003 29.0077 29.7329 30.4762 31.2381 32.0190 32.8195 33.6400 34.4810 35.3430 36.2266 37.1323 38.0606 39.0121 39.9874 40.9871 5,027.9968 5,153.6967 5,282.5391 5,414.6026 5,549.9677 5,688.7169 5,830.9348 5,976.7082 6,126.1259 6,279.2790 6,436.2610 6,597.1675 6,762.0967 6,931.1491 7,104.4279 60,335.96 61,844.36 63,390.47 64,975.23 66,599.61 68,264.60 69,971.22 71,720.50 73,513.51 75,351.35 77,235.13 79,166.01 81,145.16 83,173.79 85,253.13 Payroll Coordinator 2 224-002 26.2795 26.9365 27.6099 28.3002 29.0077 29.7329 30.4762 31.2381 32.0190 32.8195 33.6400 34.4810 35.3430 36.2266 37.1323 4,555.1170 4,668.9949 4,785.7198 4,905.3628 5,027.9969 5,153.6968 5,282.5392 5,414.6027 5,549.9678 5,688.7170 5,830.9349 5,976.7083 6,126.1260 6,279.2791 6,436.2611 54,661.40 56,027.94 57,428.64 58,864.35 60,335.96 61,844.36 63,390.47 64,975.23 66,599.61 68,264.60 69,971.22 71,720.50 73,513.51 75,351.35 77,235.13 Payroll Technician 1 225-001 23.8079 24.4031 25.0132 25.6386 26.2795 26.9365 27.6099 28.3002 29.0077 29.7329 30.4762 31.2381 32.0190 32.8195 33.6400 4,126.7112 4,229.8790 4,335.6259 4,444.0166 4,555.1170 4,668.9949 4,785.7198 4,905.3628 5,027.9968 5,153.6968 5,282.5392 5,414.6027 5,549.9677 5,688.7169 5,830.9349 49,520.53 50,758.55 52,027.51 53,328.20 54,661.40 56,027.94 57,428.64 58,864.35 60,335.96 61,844.36 63,390.47 64,975.23 66,599.61 68,264.60 69,971.22 2= CITY OF TEMECULA SALARY SCHEDULE AS OF JULY 1, 2019 Class Family / Title Level Class Code r 2.5 3.0 3.5 4.0 4.5 5.0 5.5 6.0 FINANCE - PURCHASING Purchasing Manager 5 203-005 37.1323 38.0606 39.0121 39.9874 40.9871 42.0118 43.0621 44.1386 45.2421 46.3731 47.5325 48.7208 49.9388 51.1873 52.4669 6,436.2611 6,597.1676 6,762.0968 6,931.1493 7,104.4280 7,282.0387 7,464.0897 7,650.6919 7,841.9592 8,038.0082 8,238.9584 8,444.9323 8,656.0556 8,872.4570 9,094.2685 77,235.13 79,166.01 81,145.16 83,173.79 85,253.14 87,384.46 89,569.08 91,808.30 94,103.51 96,456.10 98,867.50 101,339.19 103,872.67 106,469.48 109,131.22 Purchasing Supervisor 4 204-004 33.6400 34.4810 35.3430 36.2266 37.1323 38.0606 39.0121 39.9874 40.9871 42.0118 43.0621 5,830.9349 5,976.7082 6,126.1259 6,279.2791 6,436.2611 6,597.1676 6,762.0968 6,931.1492 7,104.4279 7,282.0386 7,464.0896 69,971.22 71,720.50 73,513.51 75,351.35 77,235.13 79,166.01 81,145.16 83,173.79 85,253.14 87,384.46 89,569.08 Senior Buyer 3 205-003 30.4762 31.2381 32.0190 32.8195 33.6400 34.4810 35.3430 36.2266 37.1323 38.0606 39.0121 5,282.5392 5,414.6026 5,549.9677 5,688.7169 5,830.9348 5,976.7082 6,126.1259 6,279.2790 6,436.2610 6,597.1675 6,762.0967 63,390.47 64,975.23 66,599.61 1 68,264.60 69,971.22 1 71,720.50 73,513.51 75,351.35 77,235.13 79,166.01 1 81,145.16 Buyer II 2 207-002 27.6099 28.3002 29.0077 29.7329 30.4762 31.2381 32.0190 32.8195 33.6400 34.4810 35.3430 4,785.7198 4,905.3628 5,027.9969 5,153.6968 5,282.5392 5,414.6027 5,549.9677 5,688.7169 5,830.9349 5,976.7082 6,126.1259 57,428.64 58,864.35 60,335.96 61,844.36 63,390.47 64,975.23 66,599.61 68,264.60 69,971.22 71,720.50 73,513.51 Buyer 1 2 206-002 26.2795 26.9365 27.6099 28.3002 29.0077 29.7329 30.4762 31.2381 32.0190 32.8195 33.6400 4,555.1170 4,668.9949 4,785.7198 4,905.3628 5,027.9969 5,153.6968 5,282.5392 5,414.6027 5,549.9678 5,688.7170 5,830.9349 54,661.40 56,027.94 57,428.64 58,864.35 60,335.96 61,844.36 63,390.47 64,975.23 66,599.61 68,264.60 69,971.22 Purchasing Assistant 1 208-001 23.8079 24.4031 25.0132 25.6386 26.2795 26.9365 27.6099 28.3002 29.0077 29.7329 30.4762 4,126.7112 4,229.8790 4,335.6259 4,444.0166 4,555.1170 4,668.9949 4,785.7198 4,905.3628 5,027.9968 5,153.6968 5,282.5392 49,520.53 50,758.55 52,027.51 53,328.20 54,661.40 56,027.94 57,428.64 58,864.35 60,335.96 61,844.36 63,390.47 FIRE Field Supervisor - Fire 4 353-004 46.3731 47.5325 48.7208 49.9388 51.1873 52.4669 53.7786 55.1231 56.5011 57.9137 59.3615 8,038.0081 8,238.9583 8,444.9323 8,656.0556 8,872.4570 9,094.2684 9,321.6251 9,554.6658 9,793.5324 10,038.3707 10,289.3300 96,456.10 98,867.50 101,339.19 103,872.67 106,469.48 109,131.22 111,859.50 114,655.99 117,522.39 120,460.45 123,471.96 Senior Fire Inspector 4 350-003 44.1386 45.2421 46.3731 47.5325 48.7208 49.9388 51.1873 52.4669 53.7786 55.1231 56.5011 7,650.6919 7,841.9592 8,038.0082 8,238.9584 8,444.9323 8,656.0556 8,872.4570 9,094.2685 9,321.6252 9,554.6658 9,793.5324 91,808.30 94,103.51 96,456.10 98,867.50 101,339.19 103,872.67 106,469.48 109,131.22 111,859.50 114,655.99 117,522.39 Fire Inspector ll 2 351-002 39.9874 40.9871 42.0118 43.0621 44.1386 45.2421 46.3731 47.5325 48.7208 49.9388 51.1873 6,931.1492 7,104.4280 7,282.0387 7,464.0896 7,650.6919 7,841.9592 8,038.0081 8,238.9583 8,444.9323 8,656.0556 8,872.4570 83,173.79 85,253.14 1 87,384.46 89,569.08 91,808.30 94,103.51 96,456.10 98,867.50 101,339.19 103,872.67 106,469.48 Fire Inspector 1 1 352-001 36.226 i 37.1323 38.0606 39.0121 39.9874 40.9871 42.O11S 43.0621 44.1386 45.2421 46.3731 6,279.2791 6,436.2611 6,597.1676 6,762.0968 6,931.1492 7,104.42801 7,282.0387 7,464.0896 7,650.6919 7,841.9592 8,038.0082 75,351.35 77,235.13 79,166.01 81,145.16 83,173.79 85,253.14 87,384.46 89,569.08 91,808.30 94,103.51 96,456.10 HUMAN RESOURCES Director of HR/Risk Management 8 800-008 60.8456 62.3667 63.9259 65.5240 67.1621 68.8412 70.5622 72.3262 74.1344 75.9878 77.8875 79.8346 81.8305 83.8763 85.9732 10,546.5632 10,810.2272 11,080.4829 11, 357.4950 11,641.4324 11,932.4682 12,230.7799 12, 536.5494 12,849.9631 13,171.2122 13,500.4925 13,838.0048 14,183.9549 14, 538.5538 14,902.0176 126,558.76 129,722.73 132,965.79 136,289.94 139,697.19 143,189.62 146,769.36 150,438.59 154,199.56 158,054.55 162,005.91 166,056.06 170,207.46 174,462.65 178,824.21 Asst Director of HR/Risk Management 7 801-007 48.7208 49.9388 51.1873 52.4669 53.7786 55.1231 56.5011 57.9137 59.3615 60.8456 62.3667 63.9259 65.5240 67.1621 68.8412 8,444.9323 8,656.0556 8,872.4570 9,094.2684 9,321.6251 9,554.6658 9,793.5324 10,038.3707 10,289.3300 10,546.5632 10,810.2273 11,080.4830 11,357.4951 11,641.4325 11,932.4683 101,339.19 103,872.67 106,469.48 109,131.22 111,859.50 114, 655.99 117,522.39 120,460.45 123,471.96 126, 558.76 129,722.73 132,965.80 136,289.94 139, 697.19 143,189.62 HR Manager 6 802-006 44.1386 45.2421 46.3731 47.5325 48.7208 49.9388 51.1873 52.4669 53.7786 55.1231 56.5011 57.9137 59.3615 60.8456 62.3667 7,650:6919 7,841.9592 8,038:0082 8,238.9584 8,444.9323 8,656.0556 8,872.4570 9,094.2685 9,321.6252 9,554.6658 9,793.5324 10,038.3707 10,289.3300 10,546.5633 10,810.2273 91,808.30 94,103.51 96,456.10 98,867.50 101,339.19 103,872.67 106,469.48 109,131.22 111,859.50 114,655.99 117,522.39 120,460.45 123,471.96 126,558.76 129,722.73 Risk Manager 6 803-006 44.1386 45.2421 46.3731 47.5325 48.7208 49.9388 51.1873 52.4669 53.7786 55.1231 56.5011 57.9137 59.3615 60.8456 62.3667 7,650.6918 7,841.9591 8,038.0081 8,238.9583 8,444.9322 8,656.0555 8,872.4569 9,094.2683 9,321.6250 9,554.6657 9,793.5323 10,038.3706 10,289.3299 10,546.5631 10,810.2272 91,808.30 94,103.51 96,456.10 98,867.50 101,339.19 103,872.67 106,469.48 109,131.22 111,859.50 114,655.99 117,522.39 120,460.45 123,471.96 126,558.76 129,722.73 HR Supervisor 4 804-004 32.8195 33.6400 34.4810 35.3430 36.2266 37.1323 38.0606 39.0121 39.9874 40.9871 42.0118 43.0621 44.1386 45.2421 46.3731 5,688:7170 5,830.9349 5,976:7083 6,126.1260 6,279:2791 6,436.2611 6,597:1676 6,762.0968 6,931:1493 7,104.4280 7,282:0387 7,464.0897 7,650.6919 7,841.9592 8,038.0082 68,264.60 69,971.22 71,720.50 73,513.51 75,351.35 77,235.13 79,166.01 81,145.16 83,173.79 85,253.14 87,384.46 89,569.08 91,808.30 94,103.51 96,456.10 Senior HR Technician 3 805-003 29.7329 30.4762 31.2381 32.0190 32.8195 33.6400 34.4810 35.3430 36.2266 37.1323 38.0606 39.0121 39.9874 40.9871 42.0118 5,153.6968 5,282.5392 5,414.6027 5,549.9677 5,688.7169 5,830.9349 5,976.7082 6,126.1259 6,279.2791 6,436.2611 6,597.1676 6,762.0968 6,931.1492 7,104.4279 7,282.0386 61,844.36 63,390.47 64,975.23 66,599.61 68,264.60 69,971.22 71,720.50 73,513.51 75,351.35 77,235.13 79,166.01 81,145.16 83,173.79 85,253.14 87,384.46 HR Technician ll 2 806-002 26.9365 27.6099 28.3002 29.0077 29.7329 30.4762 31.2381 32.0190 32.8195 33.6400 34.4810 35.3430 36.2266 37.1323 38.0606 4,668:9949 4,785.7198 4,905.3628 5,027.9969 5,153.6968 5,282.5392 5,414.6027 5,549.9678 5,688.7170 5,830.9349 5,976.7083 6,126.1260 6,279.2791 6,436.2611 6,597.1676 56,027.94 57,428.64 58,864.35 60,335.96 61,844.36 63,390.47 64,975.23 66,599.61 68,264.60 69,971.22 71,720.50 73,513.51 75,351.35 77,235.13 79,166.01 HR Technician 2 807-002 25.6386 26.2795 26.9365 27.6099 28.3002 29.0077 29.7329 30.4762 31.2381 32.0190 32.8195 33.6400 34.4810 35.3430 36.2266 4,444.0166 4,555:1170 4,668.9949 4,785.7198 4,905.3628 5,027.9969 5,153.6968 5,282.5392 5,414.6027 5,549.9677 5,688.7169 5,830.9349 5,976.7082 6,126.1259 6,279.2791 53,328.20 54,661.40 56,027.94 57,428.64 58,864.35 60,335.96 61,844.36 63,390.47 64,975.23 66,599.61 68,264.60 69,971.22 71,720.50 73,513.51 75,351.35 HR Assistant 1 808-001 232273 23.8079 244031 25.0132 25.6386 26.2795 26.9365 27.6099 28.3002 29.0077 29.7329 30.4762 31.2381 32.0190 32.8195 4,026:0597 4,126.7112 4,229:8789 4,335.6259 4,444.0166 4,555.1170 4,668.9949 4,785.7198 4,905.3628 5,027.9968 5,153.6968 5,282.5392 5,414.6027 5,549.9677 5,688.7169 48,312.72 49,520.53 50,758.55 52,027.51 53,328.20 54,661.40 56,027.94 57,428.64 58,864.35 60,335.96 61,844.36 63,390.47 64,975.23 66,599.61 68,264.60 elm CITY OF TEMECULA SALARY SCHEDULE AS OF JULY 1, 2019 Class Family / Title Level Class Code r 2.5 3.0 3.5 4.0 4.5 5.0 5.5 6.0 INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY Director of IT/Support Services 8 700-008 60.8456 62.3667 63.9259 65.5240 67.1621 68.8412 70.5622 72.3262 74.1344 75.9878 77.8875 79.8346 81.8305 83.8763 85.9732 10,546.5632 10,810.2272 11,080.4829 11, 357.4950 11,641.4324 11, 932.4682 12,230.7799 12, 536.5494 12,849.9631 13,171.2122 13,500.4925 13,838.0048 14,183.9549 14, 538.5538 14,902.0176 126,558.76 129,722.73 132,965.79 136,289.94 139,697.19 143,189.62 146,769.36 150,438.59 154,199.56 158,054.55 162,005.91 166,056.06 170,207.46 174,462.65 178,824.21 Asst Director of IT/Support Services 7 701-007 52.4669 53.7786 55.1231 56.5011 57.9137 59.3615 60.8456 62.3667 63.9259 65.5240 67.1621 68.8412 70.5622 72.3262 74.1344 9,094.2694 9,321.6251 9,554.6657 9,793.5324 10,038.3707 10,289.3300 10,546.5632 10,810.2273 11,080.4830 11,357.4950 11,641.4324 11,932.4682 12,230.7799 12,536.5494 12,949.9632 109,131.22 111,859.50 114,655.99 117,522.39 120,460.45 123,471.96 126,558.76 129,722.73 132,965.80 136,289.94 139,697.19 143,189.62 146,769.36 150,438.59 154,199.56 IT Manager 6 702-006 47.5325 48.7208 49.9388 51.1873 52.4669 53.7786 55.1231 56.5011 57.9137 59.3615 60.9456 62.3667 63.9259 65.5240 67.1621 8,238.9584 8,444.9323 8,656.0556 8,872.4570 9,094.2684 9,321.6252 9,554.6658 9,793.5324 10,038.3707 10,289.3300 10,546.5633 10,810.2273 11,080.4830 11,357.4951 11,641.4325 98,867.50 101,339.19 103,872.67 106,469.48 109,131.22 111,859.50 114,655.99 117,522.39 120,460.45 123,471.96 126,558.76 129,722.73 132,965.80 136,289.94 139,697.19 ITAdministrator 5 703-005 43.0621 44.1386 45.2421 46.3731 47.5325 48.7208 49.9388 51.1873 52.4669 53.7786 55.1231 56.5011 57.9137 59.3615 60.8456 7,464.0896 7,650.6918 7,841.9591 8,038.0081 8,238.9583 8,444.9322 8,656.0555 8,872.4569 9,094.2684 9,321.6251 9,554.6657 9,793.5323 10,038.3706 10,289.3299 10,546.5632 89,569.07 91,808.30 94,103.51 96,456.10 98,867.50 101,339.19 103,872.67 106,469.48 109,131.22 111,859.50 114,655.99 117,522.39 120,460.45 123,471.96 126,558.76 IT Supervisor a 704-004 39.0121 39.9874 40.9871 42.0118 43.0621 44.1386 45.2421 46.3731 47.5325 48.7208 49.9388 6,762.0968 6,931.1492 7,104.4279 7,282.0386 7,464.0896 7,650.6918 7,841.9591 8,038.0081 8,238.9583 8,444.9323 8,656.0556 81,145.16 83,173.79 85,253.14 87,384.46 89,569.08 91,808.30 94,103.51 96,456.10 98,867.50 101,339.19 103,872.67 Senior IT Specialist 3 705-003 35.3430 36.2266 37.1323 38.0606 39.0121 39.9874 40.9871 42.0118 43.0621 44.1386 45.2421 6,126.1260 6,279.2791 6,436.2611 6,597.1676 6,762.0968 6,931.1492 7,104.4279 7,282.0386 7,464.0896 7,650.6919 7,841.9591 73,513.51 75,351.35 77,235.13 79,166.01 81,145.16 83,173.79 85,253.14 87,384.46 89,569.08 91,808.30 94,103.51 IT Specialist ll 2 706-002 32.0190 32.8195 33.6400 34.4810 35.3430 36.2266 37.1323 38.0606 39.0121 39.9874 40.9871 5,549.9677 5,688.7169 5,830.9349 5,976.7082 6,126.1259 6,279.2791 6,436.2611 6,597.1676 6,762.0968 6,931.1492 7,104.4279 66,599.61 68,264.60 69,971.22 71,720.50 73,513.51 75,351.35 77,235.13 79,166.01 81,145.16 83,173.79 85,253.14 IT Specialist 2 707-002 30.4762 31.2381 32.0190 32.8195 33.6400 34.4810 35.3430 36.2266 37.1323 38.0606 39.0121 5,282.5392 5,414.6026 5,549.9677 5,688.7169 5,830.9348 5,976.7082 6,126.1259 6,279.2790 6,436.2610 6,597.1675 6,762.0967 63,390.47 64,975.23 66,599.61 68,264.60 69,971.22 71,720.50 73,513.51 75,351.35 77,235.13 79,166.01 81,145.16 ITTechnician 11 1 708-001 27.6099 28.3002 29.0077 29.7329 30.4762 31.2381 32.0190 32.8195 33.6400 34.4810 35.3430 4,785.7198 4,905.3628 5,027.9969 5,153.6968 5,282.5392 5,414.6027 5,549.9677 5,688.7169 5,830.9349 5,976.7082 6,126.1259 57,428.64 58,864.35 60,335.96 61,844.36 63,390.47 64,975.23 66,599.61 68,264.60 69,971.22 71,720.50 73,513.51 ITTechnician 1 1 709-001 26.2795 26.9365 27.6099 28.3002 29.0077 29.7329 30.4762 31.2381 32.0190 32.8195 33.6400 4,555.1170 4,668.9949 4,785.7198 4,905.3628 5,027.9969 5,153.6968 5,282.5392 5,414.6027 5,549.9678 5,688.7170 5,830.9349 54,661.40 56,027.94 57,428.64 58,864.35 60,335.96 61,844.36 63,390.47 64,975.23 66,599.61 68,264.60 69,971.22 PUBLIC WORKS Director of PW/City Engineer 8 400-008 70,5622 72.3262 74.1344 75.9878 77.8875 79.8346 81.8305 83.8763 85.9732 88.1225 90.3256 92.5837 94.8983 97.2708 99.7025 12,230.7799 12,536.5494 12,849.9631 13,171.2122 13,500.4925 13,838.0048 14,153.9550 14,538.5538 14,902.0177 15,274.5681 15,656.4323 16,047.8431 16,449.0392 16,860.2652 17,281.7718 146,769.36 150,438.59 154,199.56 158,054.55 162,005.91 166,056.06 170,207.46 174,462.65 178,824.21 183,294.82 187,877.19 192,574.12 197,388.47 202,323.18 207,381.26 PUBLIC WORKS -CUSTODIAL Custodian 11(Y-Rate) 2 460-402 16.5044 169133 17.3378 17.7704 18.2185 18.6746 19.1386 19.6181 20.1057 20.6088 21.1279 2,860.7600 2,931:6400 3,005.2200 3,080.2000 3,1517.8700 3,236.9300 3,317.3500 3,4010.4700 3,484.9800 3,572.1900 3,662.1700 34,329.12 35,179.68 36,062.64 36,962.40 37,894.44 38,843.16 39,808.20 40,805.64 41,819.76 42,866.28 43,946.04 Custodian 11 2 460-002 164386 16.8495 17.2708 17.7025 18.1451 18.5987 19.0637 19.5403 20.0288 20.5295 21.0428 2,849:3519 2,920.5857 2,993.6004 3,068.4404 3,145.1514 3,223.7802 3,304.3747 3,386.9840 3,471.6587 3,558.4501 3,647.4114 34,192.22 35,047.03 35,923.20 36,821.28 37,741.82 38,685.36 39,652.50 40,643.81 41,659.90 42,701.40 43,768.94 Custodian 1 461-001 14.8925 15.2648 15.6465 16.0376 16.4386 16.8495 17.2708 17.7025 18.1451 18.5987 19.0637 2,581.3722 2,645.9065 2,712.0542 2,779.8555 2,849.3519 2,920.5857 2,993.6003 3,068.4404 3,145.1514 3,223.7801 3,304.3747 30,976.47 31,750.88 32,544.65 33,358.27 34,192.22 35,047.03 35,923.20 36,821.28 37,741.82 38,685.36 39,652.50 PUBLIC WORKS - ENGINEERING Engineering Manager 7 401-007 60.8456 62.3667 63.9259 65.5240 67.1621 68.8412 70.5622 72.3262 74.1344 75.9878 77.8875 79.8346 81.8305 83.8763 85.9732 10,546.5632 10,810.2272 11,080.4829 11, 357.4950 11,641.4324 11, 932.4682 12,230.7799 12, 536.5494 12,849.9631 13,171.2122 13'500.4925 13,838.0048 14,183.9549 14, 538.5538 14,902.0176 126,558.76 129,722.73 132,965.79 136,289.94 139,697.19 143,189.62 146,769.36 150,438.59 154,199.56 158,054.55 162,005.91 166,056.06 170,207.46 174,462.65 178,824.21 Principal Civil Engineer 6 402-006 55.1231 56.5011 57.9137 59.3615 60.8456 62.3667 63.9259 65.5240 67.1621 68.8412 70.5622 72.3262 74.1344 75.9878 77.8875 9,554.6657 9,793.5324 10,038.3707 10,289.3300 10,546.5632 10,810.2273 11,080.4830 11,357.4950 11,641.4324 11,932.4682 12,230.7799 12,536.5494 12,849.9632 13,171.2122 13,500.4926 114,655.99 117, 522.39 120,460.45 123,471.96 126,558.76 129, 722.73 132,965.80 136,289.94 139,697.19 143,189.62 146,769.36 150,438.59 154,199.56 158,054.55 162,005.91 Senior Civil Engineer 5 403-005 49.9388 51.1873 52.4669 53.7786 55.1231 56.5011 57.9137 59.3615 60.9456 62.3667 63.9259 65.5240 67.1621 68.8412 70.5622 8,656.0556 8,872.4570 9,094.2684 9,321.6252 9,554.6658 9,793.5324 10,038.3707 10,289.3300 10,546.5633 10,810.2273 11,080.4830 11,357.4951 11,641.4325 11,932.4683 12,230.7800 103,872.67 106,469.48 109,131.22 111,859.50 114,655.99 117, 522.39 120,460.45 123,471.96 126,558.76 129, 722.73 132,965.80 136, 289.94 139,697.19 143,189.62 146,769.36 Associate Civil Engineer 4 404-004 44.1386 45.2421 46.3731 47.5325 48.7208 49.9388 51.1873 52.4669 53.7786 55.1231 56.5011 7,650.6919 7,841:9592 8,038.0082 8,238.9584 8,444.9323 8,656.0556 8,872.4570 9,094.2685 9,321.6252 9,554.6658 9,793.5324 91,808.30 94,103.51 96,456.10 98,867.50 101,339.19 103,872.67 106,469.48 109,131.22 111,859.50 114,655.99 117,522.39 Associate Engineer 11 a 405-004 42.0118 43.0621 44.1386 45.2421 46.3731 47.5325 48.7208 49.9388 51.1873 52.4669 53.7786 7,282.0386 7,464.0896 7,650.6918 7,841.9591 8,038.0081 8,238.9583 81444.9322 8,656.0556 8,872.4569 9,094.2684 9,321.6251 87,384.46 89,569.07 91,808.30 94,103.51 96,456.10 98,867.50 101,339.19 103,872.67 106,469.48 109,131.22 111,859.50 Associate Engineer 1 3 406-003 38.0606 39.0121 39.9874 40.9871 42.0118 43.0621 44.1386 45.2421 46.3731 47.5325 48.7208 6,597.1676 6,762.0968 6,931.1492 7,104.4280 7,282.0387 7,464.0896 7,650.6919 7,841.9592 8,038.0081 8,238.9583 8,444.9323 79,166.01 81,145.16 83,173.79 85,253.14 87,384.46 89,569.08 91,808.30 94,103.51 96,456.10 98,867.50 101,339.19 elm CITY OF TEMECULA SALARY SCHEDULE AS OF JULY 1, 2019 Class Family/Title Level Class Code 34.4810 35.3430 36.2266 I 37.1323 3.0 38.0606 Salary Steps 3.5 39.0121 4.0 39.9874 4.5 40.9871 5.0 42.0118 43.0621 44.1386 F� MCP Only Assistant Engineer II 2 407-002 5,976.7083 6,126.1260 6,279.2791 6,436.2611 6,597.1676 6,762.0968 6,931.1493 7,104.4280 7,282.0387 7,464.0897 7,650.6919 71,720.50 73,513.51 75,351.35 77,235.13 79,166.01 81,145.16 83,173.79 85,253.14 87,384.46 89,569.08 91,808.30 Assistant Engineer 1 2 408-002 32.8195 33.6400 34.4810 35.3430 36.2266 37.1323 38.0606 39.0121 39.9874 40.9871 42.0118 5,688.7170 5,830.9349 5,976.7083 6,126.1260 6,279.2791 6,436.2611 6,597.1676 6,762.0968 6,931.1493 7,104.4280 7,282.0387 68,264.60 69,971.22 71,720.50 73,513.51 75,351.35 77,235.13 79,166.01 81,145.16 83,173.79 85,253.14 87,384.46 Engineering Technician ll 1 409-001 29.7329 30.4762 31.2381 32.0190 32.8195 33.6400 34.4810 35.3430 36.2266 37.1323 38.0606 5,153.6968 5,282.5392 5,414.6027 5,549.9677 5,688.7169 5,830.9349 5,976.7082 6,126.1259 6,279.2791 6,436.2611 6,597.1676 61,844.36 63,390.47 64,975.23 66,599.61 68,264.60 69,971.22 71,720.50 73,513.51 75,351.35 77,235.13 79,166.01 Engineering Technician l 1 410-001 28.3002 29.0077 29.7329 30.4762 31.2381 32.0190 32.8195 33.6400 34.4810 35.3430 36.2266 4,905.3627 5,027.996. 5,153.6967 5,282.5392 5,414.6026 5,549.9677 5,688.7169 5,830.9348 5,976.7082 6,126.1259 6,279.2790 58,864.35 60,335.96 61,844.36 63,390.47 64,975.23 66,599.61 68,264.60 69,971.22 71,720.50 73,513.51 75,351.35 PUBLIC WORKS - INSPECTIONS Construction Manager 4 415-004 42.0118 43.0621 44.1386 45.2421 46.3731 47.5325 48.7208 49.9388 51.1873 52.4669 53.7786 7,282.0386 7,464.0896 7,650.6918 7,841.9591 8,038:0081 8,238.9583 8,444.9322 8,656.0556 8,872:4569 9,094.2684 9,321.6251 87,384.46 89,569.07 91,808.30 94,103.51 96,456.10 98,867.50 101,339.19 103,872.67 106,469.48 109,131.22 111,859.50 Supervising PW Inspector 4 420-004 34.4810 35.3430 36.2266 37.1323 38.0606 39.0121 39.9874 40.9871 42.0118 43.0621 44.1386 5,976.7083 6,126.1260 6,279.2791 6,436.2611 6,597.1676 6,762.0968 6,931.1493 7,104.4280 7,282.0387 7,464.0897 7,650.6919 71,720.50 73,513.51 75,351.35 77,235.13 79,166.01 81,145.16 83,173.79 85,253.14 87,384.46 89,569.08 91,808.30 Senior PW Inspector (Y-Rate) 3 421-403 32.2230 33.0245 33.8500 34.6994 35.5640 36.4527 37.3650 38.3007 39.2599 40.2426 41.2493 5,585.2400 5,724.8700 5,868.0000 6,014.7000 6,165.0700 6,319.2000 6,477.1800 6,639.1000 6,805.0800 6,975.2100 7,149.5900 67,023.01 68,690.96 70,408.00 72,174.75 73,973.12 75,821.62 1 77,719.20 79,665.46 81,660.59 83,704.61 85,798.54 Senior PW Inspector 3 421-003 31.2381 32.0190 32.8195 33.6400 34.4810 35.3430 36.2266 37.1323 38.0606 39.0121 39.9874 5,414.6027 5,549.9677 5,688.7169 5,830.9349 5,976.7082 6,126.1259 6,279.2791 6,436.2611 6,597.1676 6,762.0968 6,931.1492 64,975.23 66,599.61 68,264.60 69,971.22 71,720.50 73,513.51 75,351.35 77,235.13 79,166.01 81,145.16 83,173.79 PW Inspector 11 2 422-002 28.3002 29.0077 29.7329 30.4762 31.2381 32.0190 32.8195 33.6400 34.4810 35.3430 36.2266 4,905.3627 5,027.9968 5,153.6967 5,282.5392 5,414.6026 5,549.9677 5,688.7169 5,830.9348 5,976.7082 6,126.1259 6,279.2790 58,864.35 60,335.96 61,844.36 63,390.47 64,975.23 66,599.61 68,264.60 69,971.22 71,720.50 73,513.51 75,351.35 PW Inspector 1 1 423-001 25.6386 26.2795 26.9365 27.6099 28.3002 29.0077 29.7329 30.4762 31.2381 32.0190 32.8195 4,444.0166 4,555.1170 4,668.9949 4,785.7198 4,905.3628 5,027.9969 5,153.6968 5,282.5392 5,414.6027 5,549.9677 5,688.7169 53,328.20 54,661.40 56,027.94 57,428.64 58,864.35 60,335.96 61,844.36 63,390.47 64,975.23 66,599.61 68,264.60 PUBLIC WORKS - MAINTENANCE Maintenance Manager 7 430-007 45.2421 46.3731 47.5325 48.7208 49.9388 51.1873 52.4669 53.7786 55.1231 56.5011 57.9137 59.3615 60.9456 62.3667 63.9259 7,841:9592 8,038.0082 8,238.9584 8,444.9323 8,656.0556 8,872.4570 9,094.2684 9,321.6252 9,554.6658 9,793.5324 10,038.3707 10,289.3300 10,546.5633 10,810.2273 11,080.4830 94,103.51 96,456.10 98,867.50 101,339.19 103,872.67 106,469.48 109,131.22 111,859.50 114,655.99 117,522.39 120,460.45 1231471.96 126,558.76 129,722.73 132,965.80 Maintenance Superintendent 6 431-006 40.9871 42.0118 43.0621 44.1386 45.2421 46.3731 47.5325 48.7208 49.9388 51.1873 52.4669 53.7786 55.1231 56.5011 57.9137 7,104.4279 7,282.0386 7,464.0895 7,650.6918 7,841.9591 8,038.0081 8,238.9583 8,444.9322 8,656.0555 8,872.4569 9,094.2683 9,321.6250 9,554.6657 9,793.5323 10,038.3706 85,253.13 87,384.46 89,569.07 91,808.30 94,103.51 96,456.10 98,867.50 101,339.19 103,872.67 106,469.48 109,131.22 111,859.50 114,655.99 117,522.39 120,460.45 PUBLIC WORKS - LANDSCAPE Maintenance Supervisor - Landscape 5 443-005 39.9874 40.9871 42.0118 43.0621 44.1386 45.2421 46.3731 47.5325 48.7208 49.9388 51.1873 52.4669 53.7786 55.1231 56.5011 6,931.1492 7,104.4280 7,282.0387 7,464.0896 7,650.6919 7,841.9592 8,038.0081 8,238.9583 8,444.9323 8,656.0556 8,872.4570 9,094.2684 9,321.6251 9,554.6658 9,793.5324 83,173.79 85,253.14 87,384.46 89,569.08 91,808.30 94,103.51 96,456.10 98,867.50 101,339.19 103,872.67 106,469.48 109,131.22 111,859.50 114,655.99 117,522.39 Field Supervisor - Landscape 4 M4-004 36.2266 37.1323 38.0606 39.0121 39.9874 40.9871 42.0118 43.0621 44.1386 45.2421 46.3731 6,279.2791 6,436.2611 6,597.1676 6,762.0968 6,931.1492 7,104.4280 7,282.0387 7,464.0896 7,650.6919 7,841.9592 8,038.0082 75,351.35 77,235.13 79,166.01 81,145.16 83,173.79 85,253.14 87,384.46 89,569.08 91,808.30 94,103.51 96,456.10 Senior Landscape Inspector 3 440-003 32.8195 33.6400 34.4810 35.3430 36.2266 37.1323 38.0606 39.0121 39.9874 40.9871 42.0118 5,688.7170 5,830.9349 5,976.7083 6,126.1260 6,279.2791 6,436.2611 6,597.1676 6,762.0968 6,931.1493 7,104.4280 7,282.0387 68,264.60 1 69,971.22 71,720.50 73,513.51 1 75,351.35 77,235.13 79,166.01 81,145.16 83,173.79 85,253.14 87,384.46 Landscape Inspector ll 2 441-002 29.7329 30.4762 31.2381 32.0190 32.8195 33.6400 34.4810 35.3430 36.2266 37.1323 38.0606 5,153.6968 5,282.5392 5,414.6027 5,549.9677 5,688.7169 5,830.9349 5,976.7082 6,126.1259 6,279.2791 6,436.2611 6,597.1676 61,844.36 63,390.47 64,975.23 66,599.61 68,264.60 69,971.22 71,720.50 73,513.51 75,351.35 77,235.13 79,166.01 Landscape Inspector 1 1 442-001 26.9365 27.6099 28.3002 29.0077 29.7329 30.4762 31.2381 32.0190 32.8195 33.6400 34.4810 4,668.9949 4,785.7198 4,905.3628 5,027.9969 5,153.6968 5,282.5392 5,414.6027 5,549.9678 5,688.7170 5,830.9349 5,976.7083 56,027.94 57,428.64 58,864.35 60,335.96 61,844.36 63,390.47 64,975.23 66,599.61 68,264.60 69,971.22 71,720.50 PUBLIC WORKS-STREETS/PARKS Maintenance Supervisor - Streets/Parks 5 432-005 37.1323 38.0606 39.0121 39.9874 40.9871 42.0118 43.0621 44.1386 45:2421 46.3731 47:5325 48.7208 49.9388 51.1873 52.4669 6,436.2611 6,597:1676 6,762.0968 6,931.1493 7,104.4280 7,282.0387 7,464.0897 7,650.6919 7,841.9592 8,038:0082 8,2389584 8,444.9323 8,656.0556 8,872.4570 9,094.2685 77,235.13 79,166.01 81,145.16 83,173.79 85,253.14 87,384.46 89,569.08 91,808.30 94,103.51 96,456.10 98,867.50 101,339.19 103,872.67 106,469.48 109,131.22 Field Supervisor - Streets/Parks 4 433-004 29.0077 29.7329 30.4762 31.2381 32.0190 32.8195 33.6400 34.4810 35.3430 36.2266 37.1323 5,027.9968 5,153.6967 5,282.5391 5,414.6026 5,549.9677 5,688.7169 5,830.9348 5,976.7082 6,126.1259 6,279.2790 6,436.2610 60,335.96 61,844.36 63,390.47 64,975.23 66,599.61 68,264.60 69,971.22 71,720.50 73,513.51 75,351.35 77,235.13 Lead Maintenance Worker - Streets/Parks 3 434-003 26.2795 26.9365 27.6099 28.3002 29.0077 29.7329 30.4762 31.2381 32.0190 32.8195 33.6400 4,555.1170 4,668.9949 4,785.7198 4,905.3628 5,027.9969 5,153.6968 5,282.5392 5,414.6027 5,549.9678 5,688.7170 5,830.9349 54,661.40 56,027.94 57,428.64 58,864.35 60,335.96 61,844.36 63,390.47 64,975.23 66,599.61 68,264.60 69,971.22 2= CITY OF TEMECULA SALARY SCHEDULE AS OF JULY 1, 2019 Class Family/Title Level Class Code I Salary Steps F� MCP Only 23.8079 24.4031 25.0132 t 3.5 4.0 4.5 5.0 25.6386 26.2795 26.9365 27.6099 28.3002 29.0077 29.7329 30.4762 Maintenance Worker 11-Streets/Parks 2 435.002 4,126.7112 4,229.8790 4,335.6259 4,444.0166 4,555.1170 4,668.9949 4,785.7198 4,905.3628 5,027.9968 5,153.6968 5,282.5392 49,520.53 50,758.55 52,027.51 53,328.20 54,661.40 56,027.94 57,428.64 58,864.35 60,335.96 61,844.36 63,390.47 Maintenance Worker I - Streets/Parks 1 436-001 21.5688 22.1080 22.6607 23.2273 23.8079 24.4031 25.0132 25.6386 26.2795 26.9365 27.6099 3,738.5967 3,832.0616 3,927.8631 4,026.0597 4,126.7112 4,229.8790 4,335.6259 4,444.0166 4,555.1170 4,668.9949 4,785.7198 44,863.16 45,984.74 47,134.36 48,312.72 49,520.53 50,758.55 52,027.51 53,328.20 54,661.40 56,027.94 57,428.64 PUBLIC WORKS - FACILITIES Maintenance Supervisor - Facilities 5 432-005 37.1323 38.0606 39.0121 39.9874 40.9871 42.0118 43.0621 44.1386 45.2421 46.3731 47.5325 48.7208 49.9388 51.1873 52.4669 6,436.2611 6,597.1676 6,762.0968 6,931.1493 7,104.4280 7,282.0387 7,464.0897 7,650.6919 7,841.9592 8,038.0082 8,238.9584 8,444.9323 8,656.0556 8,872.4570 9,094.2685 77,235.13 79,166.01 81,145.16 83,173.79 85,253.14 87,384.46 89,569.08 91,808.30 94,103.51 96,456.10 98,867.50 101,339.19 103,872.67 106,469.48 109,131.22 Field Supervisor - Facilities 4 472-004 31.2381 32.0190 32.8195 33.6400 34.4810 35.3430 36.2266 37.1323 38.0606 39.0121 39.9874 5,414.6027 5,549.9677 5,688.7169 5,830.9349 5,976.7082 6,126.1259 6,279.2791 6,436.2611 6,597.1676 6,762.0968 6,931.1492 64,975.23 66,599.61 68,264.60 69,971.22 71,720.50 73,513.51 75,351.35 77,235.13 79,166.01 81,145.16 83,173.79 Lead Maintenance Worker - Facilities 3 473-003 28.3002 29.0077 29.7329 30.4762 31.2381 32.0190 32.8195 33.6400 34.4810 35.3430 36.2266 4,905.3627 5,027.9968 5,153.6967 5,282.5392 5,414.6026 5,549.9677 5,688.7169 5,830.9348 5,976.7082 6,126.1259 6,279.2790 58,864.35 60,335.96 61,844.36 63,390.47 64,975.23 66,599.61 68,264.60 69,971.22 71,720.50 73,513.51 75,351.35 Maintenance Worker 11-Facilities 2 474-002 25.6386 26.2795 26.9365 27.6099 28.3002 29.0077 29.7329 30.4762 31.2381 32.0190 32.8195 4,444.0166 4,555.1170 4,668.9949 4,785.7198 4,905.3628 5,027.9969 5,153.6968 5,282.5392 5,414.6027 5,549.9677 5,688.7169 53,328.20 54,661.40 56,027.94 57,428.64 58,864.35 60,335.96 61,844.36 63,390.47 64,975.23 66,599.61 68,264.60 Maintenance Worker I - Facilities 1 475-001 23.2273 23.8079 24.4031 25.0132 25.6386 26.2795 26.9365 27.6099 28.3002 29.0077 29.7329 4,026.0597 4,126.7112 4,229.8789 4,335.6259 4,444.0166 4,555.1170 4,668.9949 4,785.7198 4,905.3628 5,027.9968 5,153.6968 48,312.72 49,520.53 50,758.55 52,027.51 53,328.20 54,661.40 56,027.94 57,428.64 58,864.35 60,335.96 61,844.36 PUBLIC WORKS - TRAFFIC SIGNALS Maintenance Su pervisor- Signals 5 453-005 45.2421 46.3731 47.5325 48.7208 49.9388 51.1873 52.4669 53.7786 55.1231 56.5011 57.9137 59.3615 60.8456 62.3667 63.9259 7,841.9592 8,038.0082 8,238.9584 8,444.9323 8,656.0556 8,872.4570 9,094.2684 9,321.6252 9,554.6658 9,793.5324 10,038.3707 10,289.3300 10,546.5633 10,810.2273 11,080.4830 94,103.51 96,456.10 98,867.50 101,339.19 103,872.67 106,469.48 109,131.22 111,859.50 114,655.99 117,522.39 120,460.45 123,471.96 126,558.76 129,722.73 132,965.80 Field Supervisor - Signals 4 454-004 40.9871 42.0118 43.0621 44.1386 45.2421 46.3731 47.5325 48.7208 49.9388 51.1873 52.4669 7,104.4279 7,282.0386 7,464.0895 7,650.6918 7,841.9591 8,038.0081 8,238.9583 8,444.9322 8,656.0555 8,872.4569 9,094.2683 85,253.13 87,384.46 89,569.07 91,808.30 94,103.51 96,456.10 98,867.50 101,339.19 103,872.67 106,469.48 109,131.22 Senior Signal Technician 3 450-003 37.1323 38.0606 39.0121 39.9874 40.9871 42.0118 43.0621 44.1386 45.2421 46.3731 47.5325 6,436.2611 6,597.1676 6,762.0968 6,931.1493 7,104.4280 7,282.0387 7,464.0897 7,650.6919 7,841.9592 8,038.0082 8,238.9584 77,235.13 79,166.01 81,145.16 83,173.79 85,253.14 87,384.46 89,569.08 91,808.30 94,103.51 96,456.10 98,867.50 Signal Technician 11 2 451-002 33.6400 34.4810 35.3430 36.2266 37.1323 38.0606 39.0121 39.9874 40.9871 42.0118 43.0621 5,830.9349 5,976.7082 6,126.1259 6,279.2791 6,436.2611 6,597.1676 6,762.0968 6,931.1492 7,104.4279 7,282.0386 7,464.0896 69,971.22 1 71,720.50 1 73,513.51 1 75,351.35 1 77,235.13 1 79,166.01 1 81,145.16 1 83,173.79 1 85,253.14 1 87,384.46 1 89,569.08 Signal Technician l 2 452-002 32.0190 32.8195 33.6400 34.4810 35.3430 36.2266 37.1323 38.0606 39.0121 39.9874 40.9871 5,549.9677 5,15:13 69 5,830.9349 5,976.7082 6,126.1259 6,279.2791 6,436.2611 6,597.1676 6,762.0968 6,931.1492 7,104.4279 66,599.61 68,264.60 69,971.22 71,720.50 73,513.51 75,351.35 77,235.13 79,166.01 81,145.16 83,173.79 85,253.14 SUPPORT SERVICES Support Services Supervisor 4 720-004 23.2273 23.8079 24:4031 25.0132 25.6386 26.2795 26.9365 27.6099 28.3002 29.0077 29.7329 4,026.0597 4,126.7112 4,2298789 4,335.6259 4,444.0166 4,555.1170 4,668.9949 4,785.7198 4,905.3628 5,027.9968 5,153.6968 48,312.72 49,520.53 50,758.55 52,027.51 53,328.20 54,661.40 56,027.94 57,428.64 58,864.35 60,335.96 61,844.36 Senior Support Services Technician 3 721-003 21.0428 21.5688 22.1080 22.6607 23.2273 23.8079 24.4031 25.0132 25.6386 26.2795 26.9365 3,647.4114 3,738.5967 3,832.0616 3,927.8631 4,026.0597 4,126.7112 4,229.8790 4,335.6259 4,444.0166 4,555.1170 4,668.9949 43,768.94 44,863.16 45,984.74 47,134.36 48,312.72 49,520.53 50,758.55 52,027.51 53,328.20 54,661.40 56,027.94 Support Services Technician 2 722-002 190637 19.5403 200288 20.5295 21.0428 21.5688 22.1080 22.6607 23.2273 23.8079 24.4031 3,304:3747 3,386.9841 3,471:6587 3,558.4502 3,647.4114 3,738.5967 3,832.0616 3,927.8632 4,026.0597 4,126.7112 4,229.8790 39,652.50 40,643.81 41,659.90 42,701.40 43,768.94 44,863.16 45,984.74 47,134.36 48,312.72 49,520.53 50,758.55 Support Services Assistant 1 723-001 17.2708 17.7025 18.1451 18.5987 19.0637 19.5403 20.0288 20.5295 21.0428 21.5688 22.1080 2,993.6003 3,068.4404 3,145.1514 3,223.7801 3,304.3746 3,386.9840 3,471.6586 3,558.4501 3,647.4113 3,738.5966 3,832.0615 35,923.20 36,821.28 37,741.82 38,685.36 39,652.50 40,643.81 41,659.90 42,701.40 43,768.94 44,863.16 45,984.74 �ID RESOLUTION NO. 19- A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA ESTABLISHING THE APPROPRIATIONS LIMIT FOR FISCAL YEAR 2019-20 THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA DOES HEREBY RESOLVE AS FOLLOWS: Section 1. The Appropriations Limit will be calculated based on the changes in City population and California per capita personal income. Section 2. The Appropriations Limit for the City of Temecula for FY 2019-20, attached hereto, is hereby adopted. Section 3. The City Clerk shall certify to the adoption of this resolution and shall cause a certified resolution to be filed in the office of the City Clerk. PASSED, APPROVED, AND ADOPTED by the City Council of the City of Temecula this 1 lth day of June 2019. Michael S. Naggar, Mayor ATTEST: Randi Johl, City Clerk [SEAL] STATE OF CALIFORNIA ) COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE ) ss CITY OF TEMECULA ) I, Randi Johl, City Clerk of the City of Temecula, do hereby certify that the foregoing Resolution No. 19- was duly and regularly adopted by the City Council of the City of Temecula at a meeting thereof held on the 1 lth day of June, 2019, by the following vote: AYES: COUNCIL MEMBERS: NOES: COUNCIL MEMBERS: ABSTAIN: COUNCIL MEMBERS: ABSENT: COUNCIL MEMBERS: Randi Johl, City Clerk Ak City of Temecula Fiscal Year 2019-20 Annual Operating Budget GANN APPROPRIATIONS LIMIT Article XIIIB of the California State Constitution, more commonly referred to as the Gann Initiative or Gann Limit, was approved by California voters in November 1979, and placed limits on the amount of proceeds of taxes that state and local government agencies can receive and spend each year. For cities that incorporated after 1978- 79 (such as the City of Temecula), the voters set the initial appropriations limit at the time of incorporation. Proposition 111 was approved by California voters in June 1990, which provided new adjustment formulas which make the appropriations limit more responsive to local growth issues. Each year the City Council must adopt by resolution the appropriations limit for the following year. Following is the calculation of the City's Gann Appropriations Limit for Fiscal Year 2019-20: Fiscal Year 2018-19 Appropriations Limits................................................................... $272,442,712 CityPopulation Growth............................................................................................................0.51% Per Capita Personal Income Change.........................................................................................3.85 Fiscal Year 2019-20 Appropriations Limit.......................................................................$284,375,703 Appropriations subject to the limit in the Fiscal Year 2019-20 Budget total $76,119,785 which is $208,255,918 less than the computed limit. Additional appropriations to the budget funded by non -tax sources such as service charges, restricted revenues from other agencies, grants or beginning fund balances would be unaffected by the appropriations limit. However, any supplemental appropriations funded through increased tax sources would be subject to the appropriations limit and could not exceed the $208,255,918 variance indicated. Further, any overall actual receipts from tax sources greater than $208,255,918 from budget estimates will result in proceeds from taxes in excess of the City's appropriations limit, requiring refunds of the excess within the next two fiscal years or voter approval of an increase in the City's appropriations limit. Voter approval for an increase in the City's appropriations limit is not anticipated in the future due to the margin between the limit and tax revenue. GANN Appropriations Limit 300,000,000 - - 250,000,000 — - - — 200,000,000 - — 150,000,000 100,000,000 50,000,0000 ON ■ ■ 2014-15 2015-16 2016-17 2017-18 2018-19 2019-20 ■ Appropriations Subject to Limit Legal Limit Annual Operating Budget EXHIBIT A City of Temecula Fiscal Year 2019-20 Annual Operating Budget Summary of Adjustments to the Proposed FY19-20 Annual Operating Budget Proposed Budget Adopted Account Account Description Budget Adjustment Budget Explanation City Council Requested Adjustments: 001.110.999.51xx Salaries & Benefits $390,944 $21,413 $412,357 Appropriate funds according to City Manager contract 001.110.999.5101 Deferred Compensation/Medicare Taxes $0 $19,276 $19,276 Executive Retention Benefit for Assistant City Manager 001.150.999.5101 Deferred Compensation/Medicare Taxes $0 $19,276 $19,276 Executive Retention Benefit for HR Manager 001.120.999.5101 Deferred Compensation/Medicare Taxes $0 $19,276 $19,276 Executive Retention Benefit for City Clerk 001.140.999.5101 Deferred Compensation/Medicare Taxes $0 $19,276 $19,276 Executive Retention Benefit for Director of Finance 001.16S.999.5101 Deferred Compensation/Medicare Taxes $0 $19,276 $19,276 Executive Retention Benefit for Director of Public Works 001.161.999.5101 Deferred Compensation/Medicare Taxes $0 $19,276 $19,276 Executive Retention Benefit for Director of Community Development Total General Fund $137,066 190.180.999.5101 Deferred Compensation/Medicare Taxes $0 $19,276 $19,276 Executive Retention Benefit for Director of Community Services Total TCSD Fund $19,276 320.199.999.5101 Deferred Compensation/Medicare Taxes $0 $19,276 $19,276 Executive Retention Benefit for Director of Information Technology/Support Services Total TCSD Fund $19,276 EXHIBIT A City of Temecula Fiscal Year 2019-20 Annual Operating Budget Summary of Adjustments to the Proposed FY19-20 Annual Operating Budget Proposed Budget Adopted Account Account Description Budget Adjustment Budget Explanation Subsequent Finance/Clerical Corrections: Internal Service Fund Allocation - Support 001.150.999.5545 Services $5,663 -$30 $5,633 Clerical correction to correct input error 001.164.601.5119 Part Time Project $0 $25,000 $25,000 Erroneously omitted from the Proposed Budget Total General Fund $24,970 140.199.4081 CDBG Revenue $559,111 -$673 $558,438 Clerical correction to reflect updated budget estimates 140.199.999.5901 Transfer Out to CIP $323,660 -$673 $322,987 Clerical correction to reflect updated budget estimates Total CDBG Fund $0 190.184.4004 TCC - Special Tax (Measure C) Revenue $40,342 $13,951 $54,293 Clerical correction to move revenue to TCC from Conference Center TCC - Indoor Rentals - Conference Center 190.184.4921 Revenue $0 $25,200 $25,200 Clerical correction to move revenue to TCC from Conference Center Conference Center - Special Tax (Measure 190.193.4004 C) Revenue $13,951 -$13,951 $0 Clerical correction to move revenue from Conference Center to TCC Conference Center- Indoor Rentals 190.193.4990 Revenue $25,200 -$25,200 $0 Clerical correction to move revenue from Conference Center to TCC Ak City of Temecula a Fiscal Year 2019-20 The Heart of Southern California Annual Operating Budget Wine Country June 11, 2019 The Honorable Mayor and Members of the City Council: I am pleased to submit the Annual Operating Budget for the Fiscal Year 2019-20. This budget document was developed to serve as the financial plan for the City's programs and policies. It reflects the resources necessary to meet the goals, programs, and service priorities that the City Council is committed to providing its citizens. The Fiscal Year 2019-20 Proposed Annual Operating Budget has been developed after a considerable review process. Departmental budget submittals were prepared and reviewed by line item in connection with projected revenues. Detailed performance objectives and accountability measures were developed consistent with the City's Quality of Life Master Plan. Five-year revenue and expenditure projections were developed to identify the future impacts of proposed staffing and program changes, as well as the impact of proposed capital improvement projects. The resulting budget is realistic and balanced, and continues to provide quality services to the community while effectively utilizing available resources. CITY OF TEMECULA PROFILE The City of Temecula is a dynamic community comprised of approximately 113,826 citizens. The City maintains 41 parks on 330 developed acres throughout the community, which provide recreation opportunities for both the citizens of Temecula, as well as surrounding communities. Police and Fire protection services are provided through contracts with Riverside County. The Temecula Valley Unified School District provides 32 schools with 27,991 students at the kindergarten through 12th grade levels within the City. The City of Temecula prides itself on its community focus and quality of life. Temecula's residents enjoy one of the finest lifestyles Southern California has to offer. Environmental and residential factors create a beautiful setting that attracts young, well-educated families to upscale homes that are relatively inexpensive by Southern California standards. Geography contributes to the City's population and retail growth from San Diego and Orange Counties. Temecula's leadership has approached economic growth from a qualitative standpoint, providing the City with a favorable share of the region's higher paying and high technology career opportunities. The City's average income levels are higher than the surrounding region, the educational performance of its young people is above the State average, and Temecula has been recognized as one of Nation's safest cities. 41000 Main Street, Temecula, CA 92590 ♦ Phone (951) 694-6444 ♦ Facsimile (951) 694-6479 City of Temecula 1� Fiscal Year 2019-20 Annual Operating Budget The Heart of Southern Califorma Wine Country ECONOMIC INDICATORS The City of Temecula has experienced solid economic growth over the past year, as illustrated by the indicators discussed below. • Estimated Population: 113,826, up0.5%from 2018 (source: State Department of Finance) • Median Age: 35.3 years old, up .2 from 2018 (Source: Claritas360 Report— 12-19-18) • Number of Households: 36,001, up 1.5%from 2018 (source:Claritas360Report-12-19-18) • Average Household Income: $116,464, up 6.2%from 2018 (Source: Claritas360 Report— 12-19-18) • April Median Home Price: $485,000, up 5.0%from April 2018 (Source: Southwest Riverside County Association of Realtors) • Number of Jobs: 55,700, up 1.0% from 2018 (Source: EDD) • April Unemployment Rate: Temecula: 3.0% (down 0.1% from April 2018), Riverside County: 3.8%, CA: 3.9%, Nation: 3.3% (source: Eoo & BLS) Steady expansion of the City's economic base has led to growth in City revenues, which allows the City to continue to provide the high level of services citizens enjoy, as noted in a recent Citizen Opinion Survey stating that 93% of Temecula residents indicated they were satisfied with the City's municipal services. IMPACTS OF STATE/COUNTY LEGISLATION A number of legislative changes are being considered, which could have profound fiscal impacts on the City, including: ➢ Sheriff's Contract Rate Modification: The City was recently notified by the County Executive Office of a recommended change in the calculation methodology ofthe Riverside County Sheriff's contract rate. The Board of Supervisors is considering the inclusion of several public safety services not currently included in the contract rate, including: aviation services, patrol captains, crime analysts, portions of dispatch, etc. The increase to the City's Police budget would be $2.3 million if this change is implemented. The County Board of Supervisors is expected to consider this proposal later this year. ➢ Assembly Bill 213 - Annexation Financing: If passed, this bill will restore funding to 140 cities, including Temecula, that lost Vehicle License Fee revenue related to the annexation of inhabited territory, as a result of the passage of Senate Bill 89 in 2011. The City of Temecula could potentially recoup the $428,745 in lost Vehicle License Fee revenue. ➢ Proposition 64: Control, Regulate and Tax Adult Use of Marijuana Act (AUMA) In November 2016, California voters approved Proposition 64 by a margin of 56% to 44% to legalize recreational use of cannabis for persons 21 years of age and over. Under Proposition 64, local governments have the ability to regulate, license or prohibit commercial cannabis. The City of Temecula currently prohibits all commercial cannabis and has joined the County of Riverside's Cannabis Regulatory Task Force. Code Enforcement, Police, and the City Attorney's Office coordinate to shut down any marijuana retailers operating within the City. 41000 Main Street, Temecula, CA 92590 ♦ Phone (951) 694-6444 ♦ Facsimile (951) 694-6479 l Ak 1� The Heart of Southern Califorma Wine Country ➢ 2017 State of California Housing Package City of Temecula Fiscal Year 2019-20 Annual Operating Budget In 2017, the State adopted a comprehensive housing package of 15 bills designed to increase the supply of housing in California, including the number of affordable homes. Currently there are approximately 200 housing related bills going through the legislative process. Generally, the bills stated aim is to address the state's housing shortfall by directly financing affordable housing production; facilitate private -market housing production by streamlining local review processes; increasing local accountability for accommodating a fair share of new housing development; harnessing private funding to pay for affordable housing; and preserving the affordability of existing subsidized housing. While the City is eligible for some of the direct sources of funding to facilitate the production of housing, including funding from SB 2, the Building Jobs and Homes Act. Community Development, it is anticipated that the City will be subject to a number of unfunded mandates as a result of the passage of any number of the current proposed housing related bills. ➢ State Water Resources Control Board 13383 Order On April 7, 2015, the State Water Resources Control Board (State Water Board) adopted statewide Trash Provisions to address the pervasive impacts trash has on the beneficial uses of surface waters. The Trash Provisions establish a statewide water quality objective for trash and a prohibition of trash discharge, or deposition where it may be discharged, to surface waters of the State. As a result of this Order, the City must install, operate and maintain full capture systems for the storm drain network that capture runoff. It is estimated that a total of 500 catch basin inlet filters will be installed over a 10-year period, beginning in 2019. 2019-20 GOALS AND OBJECTIVES The City Council adopted the Temecula 2030 Quality of Life Master Plan (QLMP) in October 2011. The QLMP defines the strategic priorities of Temecula's residents, leaders, and partners for the City's next twenty years. It reflects the vision for the City's future, and commits the City to a performance based process to accomplish those goals. This plan was developed by engaging residents, businesses, local institutions and regional partners in an inclusive process. The QLMP outlines six Core Values: • Healthy and Livable City • A Sustainable City • Economic Prosperity • Transportation Mobility and Connectivity • A Safe and Prepared Community • Accountable and Responsive City Government In an effort to incorporate the QLMP into the City's budget process, City of Temecula Executive Staff met at the outset of the budget process to update the Citywide Five -Year Goals based on the Core Values of the Quality of Life Master Plan. These goals were then used by each Department to develop Short Term Objectives for completion in the upcoming fiscal year, and are reflected in the Department Information section of the budget document. 41000 Main Street, Temecula, CA 92590 ♦ Phone (951) 694-6444 ♦ Facsimile (951) 694-6479 1� Wine Country OBJECTIVES AND PERFORMANCE MEASURES City of Temecula Fiscal Year 2019-20 Annual Operating Budget The budget document includes the short term operational objectives for completion in Fiscal Year 2019- 20 and the performance measures for evaluating the completion of those objectives. These objectives were developed in a collaborative process with City staff in order to identify how each department can contribute to the overall long term goals of the City. The objectives were then used by the departments in order to identify and justify their Annual Operating Budget submittals. The short term objectives are detailed by Department in the Departmental Information section of this budget document. Each Department section also includes the objectives and performance measures cross referenced by the City's Long -Term Goals and QLMP Core Value, along with significant accomplishments, and a detail of the expenditure requests and personnel allocations which will be used to meet the objectives. LONG-RANGE FINANCIAL FORECAST M With the recent passage of Measure S in November 2016 (one -cent Transactions and Use Tax) combined with ongoing fiscal restraint, the City is in a strong fiscal position over the coming five-year period, with all funds balanced, reserves fully -funded and available fund balance in both the General Fund and the Measure S Fund. As illustrated below, the General Fund Ending Balance over the ensuing five-year period is sufficient to meet the operational needs of the City as well as fully fund the Reserve for Economic Uncertainty (20% of Operating Expenditures) and the Secondary Reserve (5% of Operating Expenditures). In addition, a total of $8 million was deposited into an Internal Revenue Code General Fund 5-Year Projections Section 115 Irrevocable Fund Balance Trend 35,000,000 Pension Trust in Fiscal Year Actuals Projected 2017-18, in order to address 30,000,000 future pension liabilities of the 25,000,000 City. This Trust will serve as a tertiary reserve, in addition to 20,000,000 the aforementioned General 15,000,000 Fund Reserves. Total Reserves, including the 10,000,000 Trust proceeds totals $35.0 million for Fiscal Year 2019-20. GENERAL FUND ANALYSIS FY12-13 FY13-14 FY14-15 FY15-16 FY16-17 FY17-18 FY18-19 FY19-20 FY20-21 FY21-22 FY22-23 FY23-24 —Fund Balance —Funded Reserve O Desired Reserve Fiscal Year 2019-20 Ending Fund Balance is projected to be $26,308,619. Total Reserves, at 25% of Expenditures, totals $19,577,948, with another $460,305 assigned to cover the costs future Capital Projects and the Pechanga-funded police officer for Fiscal Year 2020-21, leaving an Unassigned (available) Fund Balance of $6,270,366. 41000 Main Street, Temecula, CA 92590 ♦ Phone (951) 694-6444 ♦ Facsimile (951) 694-6479 City of Temecula 1� Fiscal Year 2019-20 Annual Operating Budget The Heart of Southern Califorma Wine Country General Fund Revenue Highlights General Fund Revenue is projected to increase by 1.3% over the prior year with a total of $80,127,628, of which $5,735,418 was transferred in from the Measure S Fund to primarily cover the costs associated with additional Public Safety personnel. The change in the major revenue sources are noted below: • Sales Tax ($37,981,346) is projected to increase by 0.4% compared to the prior fiscal year due to anticipated leveling in both the Business/Industry and Autos/ Transportation sectors of the local economy. • Property Tax ($8,706,389) is projected to increase 4.1%, as assessed valuations continue to climb and property values are restored to pre -recessionary levels. • Franchise Fees ($3,351,304) are projected to increase 0.4% due to slight increases in electricity rates. • Transient Occupancy Tax ($3,338,860) is projected to increase by 3%, due to the opening of two new hotels during the prior year, combined with increased mid -week occupancies expected as a result of the recent expansion of the Pechanga Resort and Casino's convention center. • Licenses, Permits & Service Charges ($4,335,071) are projected to decrease by 18.2% due to less Development activity projected compared to the prior year, as the Roripaugh Ranch development created increased permit activity in FY2018-19. • Intergovernmental Revenues ($8,503,309) are projected to increase by 4.1% due to the increases expected in Property Tax In Lieu of Vehicle License Fees which is driven by increasing property values within the City. • Operating Transfers In ($3,151,887) represents funds deposited into Special Revenue Funds that are transferred into the General Fund to cover eligible expenditures. The Gas Tax Fund is anticipated to transfer $2,956,887 to be spent on street and road maintenance. The Supplemental Law Enforcement Services Fund is anticipated to transfer $195,000 to supplement the Police Department budget. • Operating Transfers In - Measure S ($5,735,418) will continue to fund 11 new Police Officers and staffing for Fire Station No. 95. General Fund Expenditure Highlights Property Tax 11% Prop. Tax in Lieu of VLF 11% Fiscal Year 2019-20 —Franchise Fees 4% General Fund Revenue TOT 4% Measure C 2% Licenses/Permits Sales Tax S% 46% Measure S 7% ----__Transfers In \ Other -Reimbursements 4% 2% 4% The largest expenditure of the General Fund is Public Safety, which has grown from 56% of total expenditures in the prior fiscal year, to 57% in Fiscal Year 2019-20. In accordance with the Measure S ballot language and City Council appropriation guidelines, the City has invested heavily in Public Safety over the past two years and continues to hold Public Safety as its highest priority. A total of $5.8 million, or 19%, of Measure S revenue is dedicated to Public Safety expenditures for FY2019-20 including the funding of the following: 41000 Main Street, Temecula, CA 92590 ♦ Phone (951) 694-6444 ♦ Facsimile (951) 694-6479 City of Temecula 1� Fiscal Year 2019-20 Annual Operating Budget The Heart of Southern California Wine Country • Eleven Sworn Police Officers ($3.7 million) • Fire Station No. 95 Staffing ($1.7 million) • The funding for the future replacement Fire Ladder Truck and fire safety vehicles ($170,390) • The operations and maintenance of the Citywide Surveillance Camera system ($160,000) In addition to the ongoing Measure S-funded Public Safety expenditures, the Police Department will maintain 112 sworn officers and the Fire Department will provide four firefighter personnel per engine at all five Fire Stations. General Fund Operating Expenditures totals $78,311,792, which represents a 4.5% increase over the prior fiscal year. The majority of the increase is reflected in the two Public Safety departments, as noted below: • Police ($34,860,437) is increasing by 6.8% over the prior year, due to a projected 5% increase in the contract rates charged by the County to account for increased CalPERS pension costs and potential labor increases resulting from ongoing union negotiations. • Fire ($10,260,935) is increasing by 7.2% due to the anticipated increase in the contract rates charged by CalFire and Riverside County. The Total Fire Contract of $18 million is offset by the Structural Fire Tax Credit of $8.7 million. • Non -Safety Departments ($33,190,420) is increasing by 1.5% primarily due to the addition of 1.75 Full -Time Equivalent authorized positions in the Public Works Department and the City Manager's Office. Additionally, in accordance with the City's labor agreements, a 3% cost of living adjustment (COLA) is included for all employees, effective July 1, 2019. • Non -Departmental ($1,783,013) reflects a 6.6% decrease due to the slight decrease in the deposit into the Retiree Medical Contribution. The deposit exceeds the required amount in order to increase the City's funded - status of this trust fund and reduce future years' required contributions. Operating Transfers Out & One -Time Payments This category of expenditures reflects funds that are transferred to other funds, such as the CIP and Debt Service Funds. A total of $642,077 is being transferred to fund two Capital Projects: $200,000 for the I- 15 Congestion Relief project, to leverage funds received from CalTrans in order to help mitigate traffic on 1-15 Freeway; and $442,077 is being transferred to fund a new sidewalk on DLR Drive. A total of $2,075,512 will be transferred to the Debt Service Fund for the annual Civic Center Lease payment, and $555,807 for the Debt Service on the Margarita Recreation Center renovation. Fund Balance & Reserves As noted above, the Ending Fund Balance, as of June 30, 2020 is projected to be $26,308,619, with the Reserve for Economic Uncertainty fully funded at $15,662,358, which represents 20% of General Fund 41000 Main Street, Temecula, CA 92590 ♦ Phone (951) 694-6444 ♦ Facsimile (951) 694-6479 City of Temecula 1� Fiscal Year 2019-20 Annual Operating Budget The Heart of Southern California Wine Country Expenditures. Additionally, the Secondary Reserve, set at 5% of General Fund Expenditures, is fully - funded at $3,915,590. After Fund Balance assignments for future year expenditures, the remaining available fund balance totals $6,270,366. MEASURE S FUND With the approval of a one -cent transactions and use tax measure in November 2016, a new fund was established to account for this new revenue source and enhance budgetary accountability of Measure S expenditures. Fiscal Year 2019-20 Measure S revenue is conservatively projected to increase 2% over the prior year, to a total of $27,784,000. In accordance with the Council's approved spending guidelines, Measure S revenue is to be appropriated in the following order: 1. Public Safety 2. Asset Management 3. Capital Improvement Projects 4. General Services Public Safety (19%) The Proposed Budget includes $5,816,879 of Measure S funding dedicated to Public Safety, for the continued funding of 11 Sworn Police Officers and Fire staffing for Fire Station No. 95 which opened January 1, 2018. Additionally, Measure S will fund the future replacement of public safety vehicles and the operating costs of the Citywide Surveillance Camera system. Measure S - FY19-20 Appropriations $27,784,000 Projects $13,109,728 42 Asset Management/Investment (10%) As noted in Council's appropriation guidelines for Measure S, ensuring adequate reserves are set - aside for the future replacement of City -owned assets is critical to the long-term viability of the City's operations. As such, the Proposed Budget includes contributions towards several Replacement Reserve Funds, including: • Vehicle Replacement Reserve - $500,000 • Technology Replacement Reserve - $500,000 • Facilities Replacement Reserve - $500,000 • Street Maintenance Reserve - $1,500,000 41000 Main Street, Temecula, CA 92590 ♦ Phone (951) 694-6444 ♦ Facsimile (951) 694-6479 City of Temecula 1� Fiscal Year 2019-20 Annual Operating Budget The Heart of Southern Califorma Wine Country As the City finalizes the Replacement Schedule for each category of assets noted above, the benefitting departments will also deposit funds into the reserve accounts to create adequate funding levels to purchase replacement assets in future Operating Budgets. Capital Improvement Program (42%) The Proposed Budget includes $13,109,728 of Measure S revenue allocated to fund 54 separate CIP projects. The influx on Measure S funding has allowed the City to leverage other funding sources, such as Development Impact Fees and various Grant funds, to complete projects in a more timely manner. Major Projects for FY2019-20 include: • Bike Lane and Trail Program at Temecula Creek South Side Trail - $571,000 to augment Development Impact Fee funds and AB2766 funds to install new gates, pave and stripe an existing maintenance road for a Class 1 Trail that parallels Temecula Creek. • Citywide Drainage Master Plan - $720,000 to fund a new project to develop a study of the City's drainage courses and provide a higher level of flood protection. • Citywide Financial System Upgrade - $613,184 to augment Technology Replacement funds necessary to upgrade the City's nearly 20-year old Financial System. • Citywide Streetlight Acquisition and LED Conversion - $800,000 to add funding allocated in the prior year for the purchase of the Southern California Edison owned streetlights within the City limits and retrofit to a more efficient Light Emitting Diode (LED) lighting system. • Citywide Surveillance Cameras - $720,347 to augment Development Impact Fees and funding allocated in the prior year to fund a new Surveillance Camera network covering City -owned facilities and traffic signals. • Community Recreation Center (CRC) Renovation - $500,000 to provide initial funding for the design of a rehabilitation, improvement and reconfiguration of the CRC facility. • Eagle Soar Splash Pad Control System Renovation - $300,000 to provide funding for the updating of the splash pad control system to meet current Health & Safety requirements. • French Valley Parkway/1-15 Over -Crossing and Interchange Improvements -Phase II - $1,971,845 — to provide funding for the right-of-way acquisition associated with this highly anticipated project. • Margarita Recreation Center - $720,000 to augment funding allocated in the prior year to fully - fund the construction of a new recreation center in Margarita Community Park. • Park Restroom Expansion, Renovations and ADA Improvements - $780,000 to augment funding allocated in a prior year for the renovation and installation of new restroom facilities at various parks throughout the City. • Santa Gertrudis Creek Pedestrian/Bicycle Trail Extension and Interconnect - $957,709 to augment grant funding allocated in a prior year for the design and construction of the extension of the existing trail from Ynez Road to the Murrieta Creek Multi -Purpose Trail. 41000 Main Street, Temecula, CA 92590 ♦ Phone (951) 694-6444 ♦ Facsimile (951) 694-6479 City of Temecula 1� Fiscal Year 2019-20 Annual Operating Budget The Heart of Southern Califorma Wine Country General Services (29%) The Temecula Community Services District (TCSD) has historically been funded with voter -approved Measure C funding and program -related revenue. Measure S funding is used to augment Measure C, in order to maintain the award -winning programs, activities and events TCSD provides to the citizenry. • TCSD Operations contribution - $7,989,182 • Library contribution - $921,203 • Service Level B — Residential Streetlights - $71,037 • Enhanced Custodial Services - $78,539 The Ending Fund Balance within the Measure S Fund is projected to be $1,670,169, which will carry - forward to the ensuing fiscal year. MAJOR SPECIAL REVENUE FUNDS Special Revenue Funds are used to account for activities paid for by taxes or other designated revenue sources that have specific limitations on use according to law. The City has eleven Special Revenue Funds. The major Special Revenue funds are highlighted below. Fund 100 - Gas Tax: Gas Tax revenue is projected to be $2,956,887, which reflects an increase of 23% due to higher volumes of gasoline sales over the prior year. These funds are transferred to the General Fund to support street and road maintenance. Fund 102 — Road Maintenance Rehabilitation Account (RMRA): Per the Road Repair and Accountability Act of 2017 (SB1-Beall), increased gas tax and vehicle registration fees were imposed to fund street and road projects and other transportation uses Statewide. RMRA revenue is projected to be $1,875,831 for FY2019-20, to be allocated to the Pavement Rehabilitation Capital Improvement Project. Fund 103 — Street Maintenance Fund: This fund was established in FY2018-19 to accumulate resources for the future replacement of streets and roads throughout the City. Funding of $1.5 million from Measure S is programmed for Fiscal Year 2019-20. Fund 120 — Development Impact Fees: DIF revenue is projected to be $6,204,021, which reflects an increase of 34%. DIF revenue varies from year-to-year as it is based on anticipated development projects. The majority of DIF Revenues are transferred to the CIP to fund capital projects. Fund 125 — Public, Education & Government (PEG): PEG Fund revenues are received from local cable operators for the sole purpose of supporting the access facilities within the City. PEG Revenues are projected to be $214,723, which will be spent on various technology equipment used to support the broadcast of City Council meetings and events. Fund 140 — Community Development Block Grant (CDBG): CDBG revenue is projected to be $559,111, which reflects the reimbursement for operations and Capital projects expected to be completed during the fiscal year. 41000 Main Street, Temecula, CA 92590 ♦ Phone (951) 694-6444 ♦ Facsimile (951) 694-6479 City of Temecula 1� Fiscal Year 2019-20 Annual Operating Budget The Heart of Southern Califorma Wine Country Fund 170 — Measure A: Measure A revenue is projected to be $3,251,000, which reflects a 0.2% increase over the prior year. This revenue is restricted for use on local streets and roads, and is programmed to support street and road maintenance. INTERNAL SERVICE FUNDS Internal Service Funds are used to account for the funding of goods and services provided by one department to other benefitting departments on a cost -reimbursement basis. Additionally, the City maintains several Replacement Funds designed to accumulate resources for the future replacement of City equipment, technology and facilities. Fund 300 — Insurance: Projected expenses total $1,026,259, which covers the cost of administering the City's liability and property insurance programs. The projected Fund Balance is $621,999, which exceeds the desired balance of $450,000. Fund 305 — Workers' Compensation: Projected expenses total $255,779, which covers the cost of administering the City's self -insured Workers' Compensation program. The projected Fund Balance is $1,759,398, which exceeds the desired balance of $1.5 million. Fund 310 — Vehicles and Equipment: Projected expenses total $380,000 to replace several vehicles and heavy equipment that have reached the end of their useful life. The projected Fund Balance is $3,783,659. Fund 320 — Information Technology: Projected expenses total $4,131,297, which provides for the management of the City's computer and telephone systems. The projected Fund Balance is $468,816. Fund 325 — Technology Replacement: Projected expenses total $1,138,534 for the replacement of technology -related equipment that has surpassed its useful life, including an upgrade to the City's financial software system. The projected Fund Balance is $1,635,145. Fund 330 — Support Services: Projected expenses total $413,551, which provides for the management of the City's central receptionist, printing and mail activities. The projected Fund Balance is $4,170. Fund 335 — Support Services Replacement: Projected expenses total $50,000, which provides for the replacement of the City's duplicating machines. The projected Fund Balance is $435,814. Fund 340 — Facilities: Projected expenses total $1,359,094, which provide for the operations and maintenance of the City's buildings and parking structure. The projected Fund Balance is $508,564. Fund 350— Facility Replacement: Projected expenses total $201,714, which provide for the replacement of equipment, systems and fixtures within City -owned facilities. The projected Fund Balance is $388,335. 41000 Main Street, Temecula, CA 92590 ♦ Phone (951) 694-6444 ♦ Facsimile (951) 694-6479 City of Temecula 1� Fiscal Year 2019-20 Annual Operating Budget The Heart of Southern California Wine Country SUCCESSOR AGENCY TO THE REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY (SARDA) Fund 380 — SARDA: Projected expenses total $7,530,321, which reflects an increase of $10,649 in accordance with the debt service schedule on the outstanding Redevelopment Agency Tax Allocation Bonds. TCRACPI 11 'FirV The Temecula Community Services District was established as an assessment district to provide a comprehensive neighborhood and community park system, as well as a complement of recreational and cultural programs and events. Combined revenue for TCSD totals $24,461,642, which reflects an increase of 11.3% due primarily to the contributions from the Measure S Fund to fill the funding gap in the TCSD Operations Fund, as well as an increase in Service Level D — Refuse/Recycling Fund, due to the "extra -ordinary" charge imposed by CR&R to compensate for market constraints on recycled products. Combined expenditures total $24,827,050, which reflects an increase of 7.1% due to higher costs in the TCSD Operations Fund as a result of the 3% cost of living adjustment provided to all employees, the reclassification of three employees, and increased allocations from the Information Technology department due to a higher number of computer devices than in the prior year. Expenditures in Service Level D — Refuse/Recycling Fund also increase, due to the aforementioned "extra -ordinary" charge. As noted in the adjacent chart, TCSD's Special Tax (Measure C) funds approximately 33% of the District's Parks and Recreation budget. The remaining 67% comes from Measure S and programmatic revenues. Additionally, Measure S contributes to the funding of the Library Fund ($921,203) and Service Level B — Residential Streetlight Fund ($71,037). $240.00 $200.00 $160.00 $120.00 $80.00 $40.00 $0.00 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM (CIP) TCSD Per Capita Funding FY15-16 FY16-17 FY17-18 FY18-19 FY19-20 ■ Special Tax TCSD Funding The City's five-year Capital Improvement Program (CIP) is presented to the City Council under separate cover. This program provides a five-year plan for capital improvements that is updated annually to ensure compliance with the program. The impact of capital projects on maintenance and operating costs were taken into consideration in the development of the operating budget. Circulation, infrastructure, parks, affordable housing, and other various projects are identified in the CIP budget. Overall, the Proposed Fiscal Years 2020-24 CIP includes 68 separate projects with total cost to complete estimated at $435,270,888, as outlined in the table below. Revenue from various identified sources for the Five -Year Capital Improvement Program is projected to be $334,305,104. This amount includes a pending $50 million INFRA grant to fund the French Valley Parkway Phase II project. Staff is aggressively pursuing this vital funding source. The City of Temecula's CIP is a project planning and delivery document 41000 Main Street, Temecula, CA 92590 ♦ Phone (951) 694-6444 ♦ Facsimile (951) 694-6479 1� Wine Country City of Temecula Fiscal Year 2019-20 Annual Operating Budget which includes several projects with unidentified funding sources in the third, fourth, and fifth years of the five-year program, totaling $102,797,737. The City is continually exploring and applying for federal, state and regional funding opportunities to enable the delivery of these currently unfunded projects. The five-year CIP is updated annually and newly secured revenues are programmed toward prioritized projects that may be shown as unfunded at this time. Type of Project Number of Projects Cost of Projects Circulation 22 $345,956,136 Infrastructure/ Other 34 61,363,635 Parks and Recreation 11 15,097,397 SARDA/ Housing 1 12,853,720 • 2019-20 AUTHORIZED STAFFING WV Total authorized Full Time Equivalent (FTE) positions total 176.45 authorized positions, which reflects an increase of 4.75 positions compared to the prior year. Two of the authorized positions (Office Specialist and Community Services Manager) are associated with the Margarita Recreation Center and will remain unfunded until the facility has been rehabilitated. The following positions have been added to the list of Authorized Positions: • Office Aide III (Part-time) — City Manager's Office • Office Specialist II — Public Works-CIP Department • IT Technician I (Media) — Information Technology Department • Management Aide I —TCSD Human Services Department • Park Ranger I —TCSD Park Rangers Department Additionally, the FY2019-20 Operating Budget includes a 3% cost of living adjustment for all employees and the reclassification of 6 positions, per the provisions of the City's labor agreements. Total Authorized Positions total 176.45, which remains below the peak in 2007-08 by 34.3 positions. In addition to the Authorized Positions, the City employs a significant number of part- time, non-benefitted Project employees, primarily to assist with the multitude of programs offered by the Temecula Community Services District. For FY2019-20, an estimated 61.5 full-time equivalent (FTE) will be hired as seasonal and part-time support. 200.0 25Qo 1000 50.0 City of Temecula Authorized Positions Trend 1995 - 2020 General Fund Budget $90,000,000 $KOO 000 $70,000A00 $601000,000 ss0,000A00 WOO,o00 530.000.000 $20,000,000 $IQ000,000 s {yLeytif�� 41000 Main Street, Temecula, CA 92590 ♦ Phone (951) 694-6444 ♦ Facsimile (951) 694-6479 City of Temecula 1� Fiscal Year 2019-20 Annual Operating Budget The Heart of Southern California Wine Country Public Safety personnel is supplied through contracts with Riverside County and CalFire. A total of 112 Sworn Police Officers and 17 Community Service Officers are included in the Police Budget, and a total of 71 Fire personnel are reflected in the Fire Department Budget for FY2019-20. 2019-20 BUDGET POLICIES L Two new Budget Policies are recommended to be added in FY2019-20, including the following: XIII: Signature Delegation Policy — to provide the City Manager the ability to delegate his signature authority for certain contracts and agreements to Executive Staff members and the Purchasing Manager, in order to expedite the procurement process. Additionally, this policy delegates negotiating authority for personal injury and property damage settlements to the Risk Manager, up to $8,000. XV: Emergency Appropriation Policy — to authorize the City Manager to appropriate budgetary funds for the emergency purchase of goods and services to address and respond to emergencies. CONCLUSION In conclusion, the City is in a strong fiscal position with the General Fund balanced and all reserves fully - funded not only in Fiscal Year 2019-20, but throughout the ensuing five-year period. I would like to express my appreciation to the City Council for providing the direction and support crucial to achieving the City's goals. I would also like to recognize the contributions of the City staff for not only creating a successful operating budget, but also for their commitment to providing top quality services to all who live, work and play in Temecula. I would like to give special thanks to: Greg Butler, Assistant City Manager, Jennifer Hennessy, Director of Finance; Rudy Graciano, Fiscal Services Manager; Pascale Brown, Fiscal Services Manager; and Patricia Hawk, Budget Manager for their long hours and dedication to the City and this budget process. Sincerely, ot"__ Aaron Adams City Manager 41000 Main Street, Temecula, CA 92590 ♦ Phone (951) 694-6444 ♦ Facsimile (951) 694-6479 RESOLUTION NO. 19- A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA APPROVING THE CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM FOR FISCAL YEARS 2020-24 AND ADOPTING THE CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 2019-20 THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA DOES HEREBY RESOLVE AS FOLLOWS: Section 1. Adoption of this Program is categorically exempt from environmental review under the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA). Pursuant to Section 15262 of the State Guidelines for Implementation of CEQA, a project involving only feasibility or planning studies for possible future actions, which actions the City Council has not approved, adopted, or funded, does not require preparation of an EIR or Negative Declaration, but does require consideration of environmental factors. In reviewing this Program and conducting public hearings on it, the City Council has considered relevant environmental factors. This City Council, as the lead agency for environmental review, pursuant to the California Environmental Quality Act and the Guidelines promulgated there under (collectively "CEQA), has reviewed the scope and nature of this Capital Improvement Program and has concluded that the planning and prioritization process comprising this activity is not a project pursuant to CEQA because it does not order or authorize the commencement of any physical or other activity that would directly or indirectly have a significant effect upon the environment. The Capital Improvement Program merely establishes a listing of priority and allocates funds for the City to commence the necessary planning studies, including review pursuant to CEQA, at a future unspecified date. The future planning studies will be conducted at the earliest possible time so as to ensure thorough review pursuant to CEQA. Recognizing that the protection of the environment is a key factor in the quality of life within the City of Temecula and to further the City's strict adherence to both the spirit and letter of the law as regards to CEQA, this City Council has also considered this Capital Improvement Program as if it were a Project pursuant to CEQA. Reviewing this Program as a Project, this City Council concludes the Project would be exempt from review under CEQA, both pursuant to Section 15061(b)(3) and to the categorical exemption set forth in Section 15262 of CEQA. Section 15061(b)(3) would apply because it can be seen with certainty that this prioritizing and fund allocation program cannot and does not have the potential to cause a significant effect on the environment. No physical activity will occur until all required CEQA review is conducted at the time the physical improvements prioritized in the Program are undertaken. Section 15262 provides a categorical exemption to actions that are feasibility or planning studies related to possible future actions. This Council is aware of and has considered the current and relevant environmental factors as an integral component of the review of this Program. This Council, as lead agency, hereby determines and decides that the exemption provided in both Sections 15061(b)(3) and 15262 apply in the event this is deemed a Project pursuant to CEQA. Section 2. On June 5, 2019, the Planning Commission found the Capital Improvement Program consistent with the General Plan in accordance with Government Code Section 65401 of State Planning and Zoning Law. Section 3. The City Council hereby finds and declares that the requirements of Government Code Section 65402(a) shall not apply to: (1) the disposition of the remainder of a larger parcel which was acquired and used in part for street purposes; (2) acquisitions, dispositions, or abandonments for street widening; or (3) alignment projects, provided such dispositions for street purposes, acquisition, dispositions, or abandonments for street widening, or alignment projects are of a minor nature. Section 4. The City Council hereby finds that the acquisition of land necessary for the City of Temecula Capital Improvement Program Fiscal Years 2020-24 is consistent with the General Plan. Section 5. That a certain document now on file in the office of the City Clerk of the City of Temecula, entitled "City of Temecula Capital Improvement Program Fiscal Years 2020- 24" include herein appropriations for Fiscal Year 2019-20, and are hereby adopted. The CIP appropriations for the Fiscal Year 2018-19 which have not been completed, encumbered, nor included in the Fiscal Years 2020-24 CIP, are hereby carried over for each applicable project to the Fiscal Year 2019-20. Certain Development Impact Fees from future revenue may be used to replace the expenditure of current capital reserve funds in the CIP. Section 6. That the following controls are hereby placed on the use and transfers of budget appropriations: A. No expenditures of funds shall be made unless there is an unencumbered appropriation available to cover the expenditure. B. The City Manager may authorize expenditures of funds in amounts up to sixty thousand dollars ($60,000.00). Any expenditure of funds in excess of $60,000 requires City Council action. C. The City Manager may approve change orders on Public Works contracts in amounts up to sixty thousand dollars ($60,000.00), if sufficient appropriated funds are available. D. The City Manager may authorize transfers up to sixty thousand dollars ($60,000.00) between approved Capital Improvement Program projects. E. Notwithstanding Section 6.13. above, pursuant to Section 3.32.050 of the Municipal Code, the City Manager may authorize Public Works contracts in amounts up to sixty thousand dollars ($60,000.00). Any expenditures of Public Works funds in excess of sixty thousand dollars ($60,000.00) require City Council action, except that the City Manager may approve change orders on Public Works contracts approved by the Council in amounts up to project contingency established by Council. Section 7. Certification: The City Clerk shall certify the adoption of this resolution. PASSED, APPROVED, AND ADOPTED by the City Council of the City of Temecula this 11t' day of June, 2019. Michael S. Naggar, Mayor ATTEST: Randi Johl, City Clerk [SEAL] STATE OF CALIFORNIA ) COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE ) ss CITY OF TEMECULA ) I, Randi Johl, City Clerk of the City of Temecula, do hereby certify that the foregoing Resolution No. 19- was duly and regularly adopted by the City Council of the City of Temecula at a meeting thereof held on the 11ffi day of June, 2019, by the following vote: AYES: COUNCIL MEMBERS: NOES: COUNCIL MEMBERS: ABSTAIN: COUNCIL MEMBERS: ABSENT: COUNCIL MEMBERS: Randi Johl, City Clerk RESOLUTION NO. CSD 19- A RESOLUTION OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF THE TEMECULA COMMUNITY SERVICES DISTRICT OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA ADOPTING THE FISCAL YEAR 2019-20 ANNUAL OPERATING BUDGET, ESTABLISHING CONTROLS ON CHANGES IN APPROPRIATIONS, ESTABLISHING CONTRACT AUTHORITY OF THE GENERAL MANAGER, ESTABLISHING LAWSUIT SETTLEMENT AUTHORITY OF THE GENERAL MANAGER THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF THE TEMECULA COMMUNITY SERVICES DISTRICT OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA DOES HEREBY RESOLVE AS FOLLOWS: Section 1. That the Fiscal Year 2019-20 Temecula Community Services District (TCSD) Operating Budget is hereby adopted. Section 2. That the following controls are hereby placed on the use and transfers of budget appropriations: A. No expenditure of funds shall be made unless there is an unencumbered appropriation available to cover the expenditure. B. The Department Director may prepare a transfer of appropriations within departmental budget accounts, with the approval of the General Manager. C. The Board of Directors must authorize transfers (appropriations) of funds from the Unreserved Fund Balance and transfers between departmental budget accounts. D. In accordance with City of Temecula Municipal Code Section 2.60.030, the General Manager shall administer the City personnel system. This General Manager is authorized to fix and alter the titles, compensation, and number of positions in the Schedule of Authorized Positions as needed, subject to the total personnel expenditure budget limitations approved by the Board of Directors. E. The General Manager may authorize expenditures of funds in amounts up to sixty thousand dollars ($60,000.00). Any expenditure of funds in excess of $60,000.00 requires Board of Directors action. F. The General Manager may authorize Public Works contracts in amounts up to sixty thousand dollars ($60,000.00). Any expenditures of Public Works funds in excess of $60,000.00 require Board of Directors action, except that the General Manager may approve change orders on Public Works contracts approved by the Board in amounts up to the project contingency established by the Board. G. The General Manager, in consultation with the City Attorney, is hereby authorized to settle personal injury and property damage lawsuits and enter into settlement agreements on behalf of the Temecula Community Services District, where the amount of the settlement does not exceed twenty-five thousand dollars ($25,000.00). H. Pursuant to Section 3.28.130 of the Municipal Code, the General Manager may authorize purchases of supplies and equipment in amounts up to sixty thousand dollars ($60,000.00). Any purchases of supplies and equipment in excess of $60,000.00 shall be awarded to the lowest responsible bidder pursuant to formal bid procedures and require City Council action, except that the General Manager may approve change orders on purchases of supplies and equipment approved by the Board in amounts up to the contingency established by Board. I. Pursuant to Section 3.28.250 of the Municipal Code, purchases of supplies and equipment of an estimated value of sixty thousand dollars ($60,000.00) or less, may be made by the purchasing agent in the open market pursuant to the procedure prescribed in Sections 3.28.260 through 3.28.280 and without observing the procedure prescribed in Sections 3.28.130 through 3.28.240; provided, however, that all bidding may be dispensed with for purchases of supplies and equipment having a total estimated value of $5,000 or less. J. Appropriations and Revenue Estimates for grant funded programs for Fiscal Year 2018-19 which have not been expended or encumbered, are hereby carried over for the applicable grant program to the Fiscal Year 2019-20. Section 3. The Finance Director is authorized to make temporary short term interfund loans between appropriate funds in order to cover short term cash needs caused by cash flow timing differences. These interfund loans must have an identified repayment source. Section 4. Outstanding encumbrances shown on the District books at June 30, 2019, are hereby appropriated for such contracts or obligations for Fiscal Year 2019-20. Section 5. There are numerous occasions when small dollar valued purchases must be made for or on behalf of the District; and it is appropriate that a petty cash fund be used to provide for the purchase of these smaller dollar valued items; now, therefore, the Board of Directors of the Temecula Community Services District of the City of Temecula does hereby resolve, determine, and order as follows: A. There is hereby established a renewable petty cash fund to be maintained in the Finance Department. B. The imprest balance amount of the petty cash fund shall be three thousand dollars ($3,000.00). C. Vouchers, receipts, or other evidence of payment shall be required before reimbursement shall be made from said petty cash fund, in such form as shall be required by Finance Director. Section 6. The Board Secretary shall certify adoption of the resolution. PASSED, APPROVED, AND ADOPTED by the Board of Directors of the Temecula Community Services District of the City of Temecula this 1 Ph day of June, 2019. James Stewart, President ATTEST: Randi Johl, Secretary [SEAL] STATE OF CALIFORNIA ) COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE ) ss CITY OF TEMECULA ) I, Randi Johl, Secretary of the Temecula Community Services District of the City of Temecula, do hereby certify that the foregoing Resolution No. CSD 19- was duly and regularly adopted by the Board of Directors of the Temecula Community Services District of the City of Temecula at a meeting thereof held on the 1 lth day of June, 2019, by the following vote: AYES: BOARD MEMBERS: NOES: BOARD MEMBERS: ABSTAIN: BOARD MEMBERS: ABSENT: BOARD MEMBERS: Randi Johl, Secretary RESOLUTION NO. SARDA 19- A RESOLUTION OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF THE SUCCESSOR AGENCY TO THE TEMECULA REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY APPROVING THE CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM FISCAL YEARS 2020-24, ADOPTING THE CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 2019-20, ADOPTING THE FISCAL YEAR 2019-20 ANNUAL OPERATING BUDGET AND ESTABLISHING CONTROLS ON CHANGES IN APPROPRIATIONS THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF THE SUCCESSOR AGENCY TO THE TEMECULA REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY DOES HEREBY RESOLVE AS FOLLOWS: Section 1. Adoption of this Program is categorically exempt from environmental review under the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA). Pursuant to Section 15262 of the State Guidelines for Implementation of CEQA, a project involving only feasibility or planning studies for possible future actions, which actions the City Council has not approved, adopted, or funded, does not require preparation of an EIR or Negative Declaration, but does require consideration of environmental factors. In reviewing this Program and conducting public hearings on it, the City Council has considered relevant environmental factors. This City Council, as the lead agency for environmental review, pursuant to the California Environmental Quality Act and the Guidelines promulgated there under (collectively "CEQA), has reviewed the scope and nature of this Capital Improvement Program and has concluded that the planning and prioritization process comprising this activity is not a project pursuant to CEQA because it does not order or authorize the commencement of any physical or other activity that would directly or indirectly have a significant effect upon the environment. The Capital Improvement Program merely establishes a listing of priority and allocates funds for the City to commence the necessary planning studies, including review pursuant to CEQA, at a future unspecified date. The future planning studies will be conducted at the earliest possible time so as to ensure thorough review pursuant to CEQA. Recognizing that the protection of the environment is a key factor in the quality of life within the City of Temecula and to further the City's strict adherence to both the spirit and letter of the law as regards to CEQA, this City Council has also considered this Capital Improvement Program as if it were a Project pursuant to CEQA. Reviewing this Program as an Project, this City Council concludes the Project would be exempt from review under CEQA, both pursuant to Section 15061(b)(3) and to the categorical exemption set forth in Section 15262 of CEQA. Section 15061(b)(3) would apply because it can be seen with certainty that this prioritizing and fund allocation program cannot and does not have the potential to cause a significant effect on the environment. No physical activity will occur until all required CEQA review is conducted at the time the physical improvements prioritized in the Program are undertaken. Section 15262 provides a categorical exemption to actions that are feasibility or planning studies related to possible future actions. This Council is aware of and has considered the current and relevant environmental factors as an integral component of the review of this Program. This Council, as lead agency, hereby determines and decides that the exemption provided in both Sections 15061(b)(3) and 15262 apply in the event this is deemed a Project pursuant to CEQA. Section 2. On June 5, 2019, the Planning Commission found the Capital Improvement Program consistent with the General Plan in accordance with Government Code Section 65401 of State Planning and Zoning Law. Section 3. The Board of Directors of the Successor Agency to the Temecula Redevelopment Agency hereby finds and declares that the requirements of Government Code Section 65402(a) shall not apply to: (1) the disposition of the remainder of a larger parcel which was acquired and used in part for street purposes; (2) acquisitions, dispositions, or abandonments for street widening; or (3) alignment projects, provided such dispositions for street purposes, acquisition, dispositions, or abandonments for street widening, or alignment projects are of a minor nature. Section 4. The Board of Directors of the Successor Agency to the Temecula Redevelopment Agency hereby finds that the acquisition of land necessary for the City of Temecula Capital Improvement Program FY 2020-24 is consistent with the General Plan. Section 5. That a certain document now on file in the office of the City Clerk of the City of Temecula, entitled "City of Temecula Capital Improvement Program Fiscal Years 2020- 24" include herein appropriations for Fiscal Year 2019-20, is hereby adopted. The CIP appropriations for the Fiscal Year 2018-19 which have not been completed, encumbered, nor included in the Fiscal Years 2020-24 CIP, are hereby carried over for each applicable project to the Fiscal Year 2019-20. Section 6. That the following controls are hereby placed on the use and transfers of budget appropriations: A. No expenditures of funds shall be made unless there is an unencumbered appropriation available to cover the expenditure. B. The Executive Director may authorize expenditures of funds in amounts up to $60,000. Any expenditure of funds in excess of $60,000 requires Board of Directors action. C. The Executive Director may approve change orders on Public Works contracts in amounts up to $60,000, if sufficient appropriated funds are available. D. The Executive Director may authorize transfers up to $60,000 between approved Capital Improvement Program projects. E. Notwithstanding Section 6.B. above, pursuant to Section 3.32.050 of the Municipal Code, the Executive Director may authorize Public Works contracts in amounts up to $60,000. Any expenditures of Public Works funds in excess of $60,000 require City Council action, except that the Executive Director may approve change orders on Public Works contracts approved by the Council in amounts up to project contingency established by Council. Section 7. That the Fiscal Year 2019-20 SARDA Operating Budget is hereby adopted. Section 8. That the following controls are hereby placed on the use and transfers of budget appropriations: A. No expenditure of funds shall be made unless the Oversight Board of the Successor Agency to the Temecula Redevelopment Agency has adopted a resolution approving the Fiscal Year 2019-20 SARDA Operating Budget and the State Department of Finance has approved the expenditure on the Recognized Obligation Payment Schedule (ROPS), pursuant to Health and Safety Code Section 34177. B. The Department Director may prepare a transfer of appropriations within departmental budget accounts, with the approval of the Executive Director. C. In accordance with City of Temecula Municipal Code Section 2.60.030, the Executive Director shall administer the City personnel system. The Executive Director is authorized to fix and alter the titles, compensation, and number of positions in the Schedule of Authorized Positions as needed, subject to the total personnel expenditure budget limitations approved by the Agency Board. D. The Executive Director may authorize expenditures of funds in amounts up to $60,000. Any expenditure of funds in excess of $60,000 requires Agency Board action. E. The Executive Director may authorize Public Works contracts in amounts up to $60,000. Any expenditure of Public Works funds in excess of $60,000 require Agency Member action, except that the Executive Director may approve change orders on Public Works contracts approved by the Agency Board in amounts up to the project contingency established by the Agency Board. F. Pursuant to Section 3.28.130 of the Municipal Code, the Executive Director may authorize purchases of supplies and equipment in amounts up to $60,000. Any purchases of supplies and equipment in excess of $60,000 shall be awarded to the lowest responsible bidder pursuant to formal bid procedures and require Agency Board action, except that the Executive Director may approve change orders on purchases of supplies and equipment approved by the Agency Board in amounts up to the contingency established by Agency Board. G. Pursuant to Section 3.28.250 of the Municipal Code, purchases of supplies and equipment of an estimated value of $60,000 or less, may be made by the purchasing agent in the open market pursuant to the procedure prescribed in Sections 3.28.260 through 3.28.280 and without observing the procedure prescribed in Sections 3.28.130 through 3.28.240; provided, however, that all bidding may be dispensed with for purchases of supplies and equipment having a total estimated value of $5,000 or less. Section 9. The Director of Finance is authorized to make temporary short term interfund loans between appropriate funds in order to cover short term cash needs caused by cash flow timing differences. These interfund loans must have an identified repayment source. Section 10. Outstanding encumbrances shown on the Agency books at June 30, 2019, are hereby appropriated for such contracts or obligations for Fiscal Year 2019-20. Section 11. There are numerous occasions when small dollar valued purchases must be made for or on behalf of the Agency; and it is appropriate that a petty cash fund be used to provide for the purchase of these smaller dollar valued items; now, therefore, the Board of Directors of the Successor Agency to the Temecula Redevelopment Agency of the City of Temecula does hereby resolve, determine, and order as follows: A. There is hereby established a renewable petty cash fund to be maintained in the Accounting and Purchasing Department. B. The imprest balance amount of the petty cash fund shall be $3,000. C. Vouchers, receipts, or other evidence of payment shall be required before reimbursement shall be made from said petty cash fund, in such form as shall be required by Finance Director. Section 12. The Agency Secretary shall certify adoption of the resolution. PASSED, APPROVED, AND ADOPTED by the Board of Directors of the Successor Agency to the Temecula Redevelopment Agency this 1 lth day of June, 2019. Michael S. Naggar, Chair ATTEST: Randi Johl, Secretary [SEAL] STATE OF CALIFORNIA ) COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE ) ss CITY OF TEMECULA ) I, Randi Johl, Secretary of the Successor Agency to the Temecula Redevelopment Agency, do hereby certify that the foregoing Resolution No. SARDA 19- was duly and regularly adopted by the Board of Directors of the Successor Agency to the Temecula Redevelopment Agency at a meeting thereof held on the I lth day of June, 2019, by the following vote: AYES: BOARD MEMBERS: NOES: BOARD MEMBERS: ABSTAIN: BOARD MEMBERS: ABSENT: BOARD MEMBERS: Randi Johl, Secretary RESOLUTION NO. 19- A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA ADOPTING THE FISCAL YEAR 2019-20 ANNUAL OPERATING BUDGET, ESTABLISHING CONTROLS ON CHANGES IN APPROPRIATIONS, ESTABLISHING CONTRACT AUTHORITY OF CITY MANAGER, ESTABLISHING LAWSUIT SETTLEMENT AUTHORITY OF CITY MANAGER THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA DOES HEREBY RESOLVE AS FOLLOWS: Section 1. That certain document now on file in the office of the City Clerk of the City of Temecula entitled "City of Temecula Annual Operating Budget Fiscal Year 2019-20" is hereby adopted. Section 2. That the following controls are hereby placed on the use and transfers of budget appropriations: A. No expenditure of funds shall be made unless there is an unencumbered appropriation available to cover the expenditure. B. The Department Director may prepare a transfer of appropriations within departmental budget accounts, with the approval of the City Manager. C. The City Council must authorize transfers (appropriations) of funds from the Unreserved Fund Balance and transfers between departmental budget accounts. D. In accordance with City of Temecula Municipal Code Section 2.60.030, the City Manager shall administer the City personnel system. The City Manager is authorized to fix and alter the titles, compensation, and number of positions in the Schedule of Authorized Positions as needed, subject to the total personnel expenditure budget limitations approved by the City Council. E. The City Manager may authorize expenditures of funds in amounts up to sixty thousand dollars ($60,000.00). Any expenditure of funds in excess of $60,000.00 requires City Council action. F. The City Manager is hereby authorized to enter into the following types of agreements on behalf of the City, Temecula Community Services District, and the Successor Agency to the Temecula Redevelopment Agency where the amount of the agreement is sixty thousand dollars ($60,000.00) or less, there exists an unencumbered appropriation in the fund account against which the cost of the agreement is to be charged, and all applicable procedures for approval of the agreement have been fulfilled: public works construction agreements; agreements for purchase of supplies or equipment; personal, professional, consultant and maintenance services agreements; theater, entertainment and talent agreements; and real property leases, licenses and facility use agreements in which the term is one (1) year or less. All sponsorship agreements, tax reimbursement agreements, and fee waiver agreements shall be approved by the City Council. G. The City Manager, in consultation with the City Attorney, is hereby authorized to settle personal injury and property damage lawsuits and enter into settlement agreements on behalf of the City, Temecula Community Services District, and the Successor Agency to the Temecula Redevelopment Agency where the amount of the settlement does not exceed twenty- five thousand dollars ($25,000.00). H. Pursuant to Section 3.28.250 of the Municipal Code, purchases of supplies and equipment of an estimated value of sixty thousand dollars ($60,000.00) or less, may be made by the purchasing agent in the open market pursuant to the procedure prescribed in Sections 3.28.260 through 3.28.280 and without observing the procedure prescribed in Sections 3.28.130 through 3.28.240; provided, however, that all bidding may be dispensed with for purchases of supplies and equipment having a total estimated value of five thousand dollars ($5,000.00) or less. I. Appropriations and Revenue estimates for grant funded programs for FY 2018-19 which have not been expended, encumbered or received, are hereby carried over for the applicable grant program to the subsequent fiscal year. J. Appropriations for the transfer of funds to the Capital Improvement Program for FY 2018-19 which have not been expended are hereby carried over to the subsequent fiscal year. Section 3. The Director of Finance, in consultation with the City Manager, is delegated the authority to determine and define the amounts of those components of fund balance that are classified as "Assigned Fund Balance". Section 4. The Director of Finance is authorized to make temporary short term interfund loans between appropriate funds in order to cover short term cash needs caused by cash flow timing differences. These interfund loans must have an identified repayment source. Section 5. Outstanding encumbrances shown on the City books at June 30, 2019, are hereby appropriated for such contracts or obligations for FY 2019-20. Section 6. There are numerous occasions when small dollar valued purchases must be made for or on behalf of the City; and it is appropriate that a petty cash fund be used to provide for the purchase of these smaller dollar valued items; now, therefore, the City Council of the City of Temecula does hereby resolve, determine, and order as follows: A. There is hereby established a renewable petty cash fund to be maintained in the Finance Department. B. The imprest balance amount of the petty cash fund shall be three thousand dollars ($3,000.00). C. Vouchers, receipts, or other evidence of payment shall be required before reimbursement shall be made from said petty cash fund, in such form as shall be required by Director of Finance. Section 7. The City Clerk shall certify adoption of the resolution. PASSED, APPROVED, AND ADOPTED by the City Council of the City of Temecula this 11t' day of June, 2019. Michael S. Naggar, Mayor ATTEST: Randi Johl, City Clerk [SEAL] STATE OF CALIFORNIA ) COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE ) ss CITY OF TEMECULA ) I, Randi Johl, City Clerk of the City of Temecula, do hereby certify that the foregoing Resolution No. 19- was duly and regularly adopted by the City Council of the City of Temecula at a meeting thereof held on the 11ffi day of June, 2019, by the following vote: AYES: COUNCIL MEMBERS: NOES: COUNCIL MEMBERS: ABSTAIN: COUNCIL MEMBERS: ABSENT: COUNCIL MEMBERS: Randi Johl, City Clerk RESOLUTION NO. 19- A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA REVISING THE SCHEDULE OF AUTHORIZED POSITIONS AND SALARY SCHEDULE THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA DOES HEREBY RESOLVE AS FOLLOWS: Section 1. The Schedule of Authorized Positions and Salary Schedule, attached hereto, is hereby adopted pursuant to Section 45001 of the California Government Code. Such list is attached to this Resolution and incorporated herein by this reference. Section 2. The Schedule of Authorized Positions and Salary Schedule shall become effective July 1, 2019, and may be, thereafter, amended. Section 3. The City Manager shall implement the attached Schedule of Authorized Positions and Salary Schedule and has the authority to select and appoint employees and approve Executive Staff employment agreements in accordance with the City of Temecula's Municipal Code and personnel policies. Section 4. In accordance with City of Temecula Municipal Code Section 2.60.030, the City Manager shall administer the City personnel system. This resolution specifically authorizes the City Manager to fix and alter the titles, compensation, and number of positions in the Schedule of Authorized Positions as needed, subject to the total personnel expenditure budget limitations approved by the City Council. Section 5. All prior resolutions and parts of this resolution in conflict with this Resolution are hereby rescinded. Section 6. The City Clerk shall certify to the adoption of this Resolution. PASSED, APPROVED, AND ADOPTED by the City Council of the City of Temecula this 1 lth day of June, 2019. Michael S. Naggar, Mayor ATTEST: Randi Johl, City Clerk [SEAL] STATE OF CALIFORNIA ) COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE ) ss CITY OF TEMECULA ) I, Randi Johl, City Clerk of the City of Temecula, do hereby certify that the foregoing Resolution No. 19- was duly and regularly adopted by the City Council of the City of Temecula at a meeting thereof held on the I I f day of June, 2019, by the following vote: AYES: COUNCIL MEMBERS: NOES: COUNCIL MEMBERS: ABSTAIN: COUNCIL MEMBERS: ABSENT: COUNCIL MEMBERS: Randi Johl, City Clerk R irw 5w1v C.dUw­ SCHEDULE OF AUTHORIZED POSITIONS As of July 1, 2019 City of Temecula Fiscal Year 2019-20 Annual Operating Budget FY2019-20 Number of Positions Salary Schedule Bargaining Unit* Exempt/ Non - Exempt Monthly Salary Minimum Maximum CITY COUNCIL Councilmember 5.0 600 800 N/A E City Council Subtotal: 5 CITY MANAGER Assistant City Manager Assistant to the City Manager City Manager Executive Assistant Office Aide III City Manager Subtotal: ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT Administrative Assistant (Confidential) Economic Development Manager Management Aide III Management Analyst Senior Management Analyst Economic Development Subtotal: CITY CLERK Administrative Assistant Director of Legislative Affairs/City Clerk Management Aide III Office Specialist II Records Manager Records Technician City Clerk Subtotal: HUMAN RESOURCES Human Resources Manager 1.0 12,850 18,157 Exec E 1.0 9,555 13,500 MCP E 1.0 N/A 20,489 Contract E 1.0 4,444 6,279 MCP E 0.75 4.75 1.0 2,921 3,739 3,832 5,415 Rep MCP NE NE 1.0 7,651 10,810 MCP E 0.5 3,832 4,905 Rep NE 1.0 5,689 8,038 MCP E 1.0 4 1.0 1 6,279 8,872 3,832 4,905 1 MCP Rep E NE 1.0 10,547 14,902 Exec E 1.0 3,832 4,905 Rep NE 1.0 3,304 4,230 Rep NE 1.0 5,831 8,239 MCP E 1.0 6 1.0 3,387 4,336 7,651 10,810 Rep Exec NE E Human Resources Technician I (Confidential) 1.0 4,444 6,279 MCP NE Senior Management Analyst Senior Office Specialist Confidential 1.0 6,279 8,872 MCP E 1.0 3,647 5,154 MCP NE Human Resources Subtotal: 4 EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT Risk Manager 1.0 7,651 10,810 MCP E Emergency Management Subtotal: 1.0 R irw 5w1v C.dUw­ SCHEDULE OF AUTHORIZED POSITIONS As of July 1, 2019 City of Temecula Fiscal Year 2019-20 Annual Operating Budget FY2019-20 Number of Positions Salary Schedule Bargaining Unit* Exempt/ Non - Exempt Monthly Salary Minimum Maximum FINANCE Accountant I (Confidential) 1.0 5,831 8,239 MCP NE Accounting Assistant 2.0 4,127 5,283 Rep NE Accounting Assistant - Cashier 1.0 4,127 5,283 Rep NE Accounting Technician 1 1.0 4,555 5,831 Rep NE Accounting Technician II 1.0 4,786 6,126 Rep NE Business License Technician 1.0 4,555 5,831 Rep NE Director of Finance 1.0 11,357 16,048 Exec E Fiscal Services Manager 2.0 7,651 10,810 MCP E Payroll Coordinator (Confidential) 1.0 4,555 6,436 MCP NE Purchasing Manager Senior Management Analyst 1.0 6,436 9,094 MCP E 1.0 6,279 8,872 MCP E ENEFFinance Subtotal: 3.0 INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY Administrative Assistant 0.5 3,832 4,905 Rep NE Assistant Director Information Technology/Support Svcs 1.0 9,094 12,850 MCP E Director of Information Technology/Support Svcs 1.0 10,547 14,902 Exec E Information Technology Manager 1.0 8,239 11,641 MCP E Information Technology Specialist 1 1.0 5,283 6,762 Rep NE Information Technology Specialist II 1.0 5,550 7,104 Rep NE Information Technology Supervisor 2.0 6,762 8,656 Rep NE Information Technology Technician 1 1.0 4,555 5,831 Rep NE Senior Information Technology Specialist 3.0 6,126 7,842 Rep NE Support Services Office Specialist II - AM Office Specialist II - PM Support Services Supervisor Support Services Technician 0.6 3,304 4,230 Rep NE 0.6 3,304 4,230 Rep NE 1.0 4,026 5,154 Rep NE 0.5 1 3,304 4,230 Rep NE Information Technology Subtotal: 14.2 R irw 5w1v C.dUw­ SCHEDULE OF AUTHORIZED POSITIONS As of July 1, 2019 City of Temecula Fiscal Year 2019-20 Annual Operating Budget FY2019-20 Number of Positions Salary Schedule Bargaining Unit" Exempt/ Non - Exempt Monthly Salary Minimum Maximum COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT Administrative Assistant 1.0 3,832 4,905 Rep NE Director of Community Development 1.0 11,357 16,048 Exec E Principal Management Analyst 1.0 6,931 9,794 MCP E SARDA/CDBG/Service Level D Assistant Planner 0.25 5,283 6,762 Rep NE Associate Planner II 0.6 6,436 8,239 Rep NE Senior Planner 0.4 7,104 10,038 MCP E Planning Assistant Planner 1.75 5,283 6,762 Rep NE Associate Planner 1 2.0 5,831 7,464 Rep NE Associate Planner 11 0.4 6,436 8,239 Rep NE Community Development Technician 1 2.0 4,230 5,415 Rep NE Community Development Technician 11 2.0 4,669 5,977 Rep NE Office Specialist 11 0.5 3,304 4,230 Rep NE Planning Technician 1.0 4,786 6,126 Rep NE Principal Planner 1.0 7,842 11,080 MCP E Senior Planner 0.6 7,104 10,038 MCP E Building and Safety/Code Enforcement Building Inspector 1 1.0 5,415 6,931 Rep NE Building Inspector II 3.0 5,977 7,651 Rep NE Building Official 1.0 9,555 13,500 MCP E Code Enforcement Officer 1 1.0 4,444 5,689 Rep NE Code Enforcement Officer 11 1.0 4,905 6,279 Rep NE Community Development Processing Supervisor 1.0 5,689 7,282 Rep NE Office Specialist 11 0.5 3,304 4,230 Rep NE Senior Building Inspector 1.0 6,597 8,445 Rep NE Senior Code Enforcement Officer Senior Office Specialist 1.0 5,415 6,931 Rep NE 2.0 3,647 4,669 Rep NE Community Development Subtotal: 28. PUBLIC WORKS Administrative Assistant Director of Public Works Principal Management Analyst CIP Administration Associate Civil Engineer Associate Engineer II 1.0 3,832 4,905 Rep NE 1.0 12,231 17,282 Exec E 1.0 6,931 9,794 MCP E 2.0 7,651 9,794 Rep E 3.0 7,282 9,322 Rep E Office Specialist 11 1.0 3,304 4,230 Rep E Principal Civil Engineer 1.0 9,555 13,500 MCP E Public Works Inspector 11 1.0 4,905 6,279 Rep E Senior Civil Engineer 2.0 8,656 12,231 MCP E Senior Public Works Inspector (Y-Rate) 1.0 5,585 7,150 Rep NE Land Development Associate Civil Engineer 3.0 7,651 9,794 Rep E Associate Engineer 1 1.0 6,597 8,445 Rep NE Associate Engineer II 2.0 7,282 9,322 Rep E Office Specialist 11 1.0 3,304 4,230 Rep NE R irw 5w1v C.dUw­ SCHEDULE OF AUTHORIZED POSITIONS As of July 1, 2019 City of Temecula Fiscal Year 2019-20 Annual Operating Budget FY2019-20 Number of Positions Salary Schedule Bargaining Unit* Exempt/ Non - Exempt Monthly Salary Minimum Maximum Principal Civil Engineer (Underfill as Senior Civil Engineer) 1.0 9,555 13,500 MCP Rep E NE Public Works Inspector II 1.0 4,905 6,279 Senior Public Works Inspector 1.0 5,415 6,931 Rep NE Traffic Assistant Engineer II 1.0 5,977 7,651 Rep NE Associate Engineer II 1.0 7,282 9,322 Rep E Senior Office Specialist 1.0 3,647 4,669 Rep NE Senior Signal Technician 1.0 6,436 8,239 Rep NE Signal Technician 1 1.0 5,550 7,104 Rep NE Maintenance (Streets, Facilities, Parks) Custodian I - Facilities 1.0 2,581 3,304 Rep NE Custodian II (Y-Rate) - Facilities 1.0 2,861 3,662 Rep NE Field Supervisor - Facilities 1.0 5,415 6,931 Rep NE Landscape Inspector II 1.0 5,154 6,597 Rep NE Lead Maintenance Worker - Streets 3.0 4,555 5,831 Rep NE Lead Maintenance Worker - Parks 2.0 4,555 5,831 Rep NE Lead Maintenance Worker - Facilities 2.0 4,905 6,279 Rep NE Maintenance Manager 1.0 7,842 11,080 MCP E Maintenance Supervisor - Streets/Facilities 2.0 6,436 9,094 MCP E Maintenance Supervisor - Landscape 1.0 6,931 9,794 MCP E Maintenance Worker I - Streets 2.0 3,739 4,786 Rep NE Maintenance Worker I - Parks 1.0 3,739 4,786 Rep NE Maintenance Worker I - Facilities 2.0 4,026 5,154 Rep NE Maintenance Worker II - Streets/Parks 3.0 4,127 5,283 Rep NE Management Assistant Office Specialist II Senior Landscape Inspector Senior Office Specialist 1.0 4,230 5,977 Rep NE 1.0 3,304 4,230 Rep NE 1.0 5,689 7,282 Rep NE 1.0 3,647 4,669 Rep NE Public Works Subtotal: 5 R irw 5w 1. C.dUw­ SCHEDULE OF AUTHORIZED POSITIONS As of July 1, 2019 City of Temecula Fiscal Year 2019-20 Annual Operating Budget FY2019-20 Number of Positions Salary Schedule Bargaining Unit* Exempt/ Non - Exempt Monthly Salary Minimum Maximum FIRE Administrative Assistant 1.0 3,832 4,905 Rep NE Community Development Technician 1 Community Development Technician II Fire Ins ector 1 Fire Subtotal: COMMUNITY SERVICES Aquatics Supervisor II Community Services Assistant 1.0 4,230 5,415 Rep NE 1.0 4,669 5,977 Rep NE 1.0 4 1.0 6,279 8,038 5,415 6,931 Rep Rep NE NE 1.0 3,387 4,336 Rep NE Community Services Coordinator 1 1.0 4,336 5,550 Rep NE Community Services Manager ** 9.0 7,104 10,038 MCP E Community Services Superintendent 2.0 7,842 11,080 MCP E Community Services Supervisor 1 2.0 5,028 6,436 Rep NE Community Services Supervisor II 1.0 5,283 6,762 Rep NE Director of Community Services 1.0 11,357 16,048 Exec E Management Aide 1 2.0 3,145 4,026 Rep NE Management Aide II 4.0 3,472 4,444 Rep NE Management Aide III 2.0 3,832 4,905 Rep NE Office Specialist 1 ** 1.0 3,145 4,026 Rep NE Office Specialist II 1.0 3,304 4,230 Rep NE Park Ranger 1 2.0 4,026 5,154 Rep NE Park Ranger 11 1.0 4,444 5,689 Rep NE Senior Administrative Assistant 1.0 4,230 5,415 Rep NE Senior Management Analyst Senior Recreation Leader Theater Technical Assistant Theater Technical Coordinator I 1.0 6,279 8,872 MCP E 1.0 2,849 3,647 Rep NE 1.0 3,387 4,336 Rep NE 1.0 4,555 5,831 Re NE Community Services Subtotal: 36.0Ell Total By Department Positions City Council 5.0 City Manager 4.75 Economic Development 4.5 City Clerk 6.0 Human Resources 4.0 Emergency Management 1.0 Finance 13.0 Information Technology 14.2 Community Development 28.0 Public Works 56.0 Fire 4.0 Community Services 36.0 Positions:Total of Authorized * Bargaining Units: Rep = Represented MCP = Management/Confidential Exec = Executive ** Unfunded Positions include: (1) Office Specialist / (TCSD), and (1) Community Services Manager The two TCSD positions are associated with the Margarita Recreation Center and will remain unfunded until the facility has been rehabilitated and is open for operation. Item No. 18 CITY OF TEMECULA AGENDA REPORT TO: City Council FROM: Aaron Adams, City Manager DATE: June 11, 2019 SUBJECT: Approve Employment Agreements with Executive Staff Members, Authorize City Manager to Establish and Amend Employment Agreements with Executive Staff Members, and Approve Amended and Restated Management Compensation Plan for Unrepresented Employees PREPARED BY: Isaac Garibay, Human Resources Manager RECOMMENDATION: That the City Council: Approve Employment Agreements with Executive Staff Members; 2. Authorize City Manager to Establish and Amend Employment Agreements with Executive Staff Members; Approve Amended and Restated Management Compensation Plan for Unrepresented Employees. BACKGROUND: Executive Management Staff Employment Agreements The City has historically hired Executive Staff Members whose terms and conditions of employment were largely determined by the Management Compensation Plan in effect at the time of employment. As the labor market changes in a direction where attraction and retention in public sector employment is progressively becoming more challenging, it has become imperative to maximize the strategies used in attracting and retaining top talent in the City's workforce. Specifically, it is critically important to attract and retain top talent at the executive level in order to maintain the City of Temecula's standards for first-class service, business continuity, and to maintain workforce stability and morale. One way to accomplish this is to establish and maintain individual, Employment Agreements with each Executive Staff member, which would allow for the development of a total compensation package that is tailored to attract and/or retain an employee using incentives that are of specific value to that individual employee, thereby maximizing the City's ability to effectively attract and retain the employee. To that end, it is proposed that the City enter into an Employment Agreement with each Executive Staff Member which preserves all forms of compensation currently in effect, including benefits in the Management Compensation Plan approved by the City Council. Executive Staff Members referenced in this recommendation currently include: Gregory Butler, Isaac Garibay, Kevin Hawkins, Jennifer Hennessy, Michael Heslin, Randi Johl Olson, Patrick Thomas, and Lucas Watson. Further, it is recommended that the City Council authorize the City Manager to establish any future Employment Agreements with Executive Staff Members, and make any amendments to existing Employment Agreements, subject to the total personnel expenditure budget limitations approved by the City Council. Additionally, the City currently employs a cohesive and high -performing Executive Staff Team which the City Manager desires to retain. In an effort to retain the current Executive Staff Team, the City Manager recommends that in addition to entering into an Employment Agreement with each Executive Staff Member, the City Manager have discretion to include in each Agreement a newly -developed Retention Benefit contingent upon the Employee's longevity and performance, which would strongly incentivize both high performance and continued employment. The conditions of the proposed Retention Benefit are as follows: • The City's General Fund Reserves shall be fully funded at the then -established standards of the City Council in order for the City Manager to offer the retention benefit. • The employee must have completed five years of executive service with the City of Temecula. • The employee must have achieved the highest possible overall performance rating on three out of their last five annual performance evaluations. If the above -mentioned conditions are met, the Employee may be eligible to receive an amount equal to the maximum normal contribution limit to an Internal Revenue Code Section 457(b) Deferred Compensation Plan (i.e. $19,000 in 2019). This amount shall be paid as income in twenty-six (26) biweekly installments at the same time as Employee is typically paid, and may be contributed to a deferred compensation plan. Due to the combination of longevity and performance criteria, this benefit shall not be considered reportable income under the California Public Employees Retirement System (Ca1PERS). Further, it is recommended that the City Manager retain the right to award or deny the Retention Benefit within the budget limitations approved by the City Council. Amended and Restated Management Compensation Plan Executive Benefit Removals: Establishing individual Employment Agreements with each Executive Staff Member negates the need to outline certain benefits in the Management Compensation Plan (MCP) which would be duplicative of an Employment Agreement or no longer applicable to the Executive Staff Member; therefore, the following modifications are recommended: • The above -mentioned Retention Benefit for Executive Staff Members is intended to replace the Special Merit Pay benefit outlined in Section 4.2 of the MCP; therefore, it is recommended to exempt any Executive Staff Member from receiving the Special Merit Pay outlined in Section 4.2 of the MCP. • It is recommended to remove any references to Severance Pay or Automobile Allowance in the MCP. Compensation Adjustments: Section 4 of the MCP references the Annual CPI for the Urban and Clerical Wage earners for Los Angeles, Riverside and Orange Counties Metropolitan Statistical Area (MSA). The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics dissolved the MSA referenced in Section 4 subsequent to the City Council's approval of the MCP effective July 1, 2017. As a result, it is recommended that the City use the percentage change in the CPI for Urban and Clerical Workers for Riverside -San Bernardino - Ontario, CA for January 2019 as compared to January 2018, which is 3.08%. This would effectively trigger a 3% Cost of Living Adjustment effective July 1, 2019 per the remaining terms of the MCP. Retiree Medical, Dental and Vision Premium Reimbursement: Section 20.6 of the MCP was intended to require that an employee must be continuously employed in a regular, authorized position from July 1, 2005 until his or her retirement from the City of Temecula as one of several criteria to meet eligibility for the Retiree Medical, Dental and Vision Premium Reimbursement benefit; however, the City also acknowledges that the language can be interpreted otherwise. As a result, it is recommended that the City update the language in the MCP to prospectively and explicitly implement the intent to "cap" the benefit by disallowing any employees from becoming eligible for the Retiree Medical, Dental and Vision Premium Reimbursement benefit who have not been continuously employed in a regular, authorized position from July 1, 2005 until his or her retirement from the City of Temecula. CAL/Executive/Administrative Leave Time Cash Out: Section 17.4 of the MCP allows an employee to cash out up to 120 hours of Comprehensive Annual Leave (CAL) per fiscal year if certain conditions are met, and further allows the employee two opportunities to cash out said 120 hours — one in December, and one in June. Section 17.4 of the MCP also allows an employee to cash out their Executive Leave or Administrative Leave; however, there is only one opportunity in June to cash out said Executive or Administrative Leave. It is recommended that the City allow an additional opportunity in December of each fiscal year for employees to cash out Executive or Administrative Leave, similar to that of the CAL cash out, up to the annual maximum amounts currently noted in the MCP FISCAL IMPACT: The estimated annual cost of implementing the newly -developed Retention Benefit for the existing Executive Staff Members is $154,204. All proposed changes are requested in the Fiscal Year 2019-2020 Annual Operating Budget. ATTACHMENTS: Executive Staff Employment Agreements and Amended and Restated Management Compensation Plan Dated July 1, 2019 AT -WILL EMPLOYMENT AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE CITY OF TEMECULA AND GREGORY BUTLER This employment agreement ("Agreement") is entered into by the City of Temecula ("City") and Gregory Butler, Assistant City Manager ("Employee"). In addition to the terms and conditions of this Agreement, employee is a participant in the City's Management Compensation Plan and entitled to the benefits provided therewith. Recitals City desires to employ Employee as an at -will employee in the position of Assistant City Manager. Employee desires to be the Assistant City Manager and acknowledges that such employment is at -will. Employee shall be subject to lawful termination from employment without the City stating, showing, or proving that any cause or reason exists and/or is the basis for the City Manager's determination to terminate employee. Accordingly, employee shall not be provided with any basis or forum by which to challenge any determination by the City Manager that employee be terminated. Inasmuch as employee serves at the will of the City Manager, there is no term of this Agreement and it shall remain in force and effect unless or until terminated as provided for herein. The City Manager, pursuant to the authority granted by the City of Temecula Municipal Code and City Council, agrees to hire Employee, as an at -will employee, subject to the terms and conditions identified below. AGREEMENT Section 1: TERM The effective date of this Agreement shall be July 1, 2019. The City and Employee each retain the option of terminating the employment relationship between them at any time regardless of cause or reason. Section 2: DUTIES A. City engages Employee as the Assistant City Manager to perform the functions and duties specified in the Classification Specification for the position (Attachment "A", incorporated herein by this reference), as the same may be modified by the City Manager, and to perform such other legally permissible and proper duties and functions as the City Manager shall assign. B. Employee agrees that to the best of his/her ability and experience that he/she will at all times conscientiously perform the duties and obligations required, either express or implied, by the terms of this Agreement, the ordinances, resolutions and adopted policies of the City of Temecula and the laws and regulations of the State of California and the United States. C. As a public employee, Employee is required to work a full and complete work week pursuant to the established work schedule as determined by the City Manager, and devote whatever time is necessary to fulfill the employment responsibilities and duties as -1- identified in this Agreement. Employee is generally exempt from Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) overtime requirements. This exemption is based upon the fact that all executive management employees have passed the salary and duty tests required for this exemption. Section 3: EXCLUSIVE EMPLOYMENT Employee agrees to focus his/her professional time, ability and attention to City business during the term of this Agreement. Consequently, Employee agrees not to engage in any other business pursuits, whatsoever, directly or indirectly, render any services of a business, commercial, or professional nature to any other person or organization, for compensation, without the prior written consent of the City Manager. This does not preclude Employee from volunteering his/her services to other entities or individuals as long as such volunteer services are not in conflict with the services to be provided by Employee under this Agreement. Section 4: COMPENSATION As compensation for the services to be rendered by Employee, City agrees to pay Employee a base starting salary of no less than $217,879.94, per year, payable in twenty-six (26) biweekly installments at the same time as other employees of the City are paid and subject to customary withholding. Salary adjustments (merit increases), if any, in Employee's salary during the term of this Agreement shall be at the sole discretion of the City Manager based upon the City Manager's evaluation of Employee's job performance and within the base salary range established by the City Council or as otherwise approved by the City Council. Any and all adjustments shall be in accordance with City personnel policies and procedures. Employee's salary shall be reflected in the City's publicly available salary schedule. Section 5: BENEFITS A. Retirement As an employee of the City of Temecula, Employee will be enrolled in the California Public Employees Retirement System (PERS) retirement plan, as such plan may be amended by the City Council. As of the date of this employment agreement, such plan includes the 2.7% @ 55 and 2.0% @ 60 benefit formulas for "classic" miscellaneous employees depending on their hire date, or the 2.0% at 62 benefit formula for "new" miscellaneous employees. B. Automobile Allowance Employee shall receive a monthly automobile allowance in lieu of mileage reimbursement. This allowance will only be provided when Employee is actively at work and not out on extended FMLA/CFRA Leave. The monthly dollar amount will be set at $400 per month as outlined in the annual operating budget. C. Retention Benefit If the City's General Fund Reserves are fully funded at the then -established standards of the City Council, the City's Retention Benefit outlined in this section may be offered to Employee at the discretion of the City Manager. After completing five years of executive service with the City of Temecula, and if Employee -2- has achieved the highest possible overall performance rating on three out of their last five annual performance evaluations, he/she shall be eligible to receive an amount equal to the then maximum normal contribution limit to an Internal Revenue Code Section 457(b) Deferred Compensation Plan (i.e. $19,000 in 2019). This amount shall be paid as income in twenty-six (26) biweekly installments at the same time as Employee is typically paid, and subject to customary withholding. Employee may elect to place these funds in a City -sponsored Internal Revenue Code Section 457(b) or 401(a) Deferred Compensation Plan as allowable by law. If Employee should separate from employment with the City of Temecula prior to the full distribution of an earned Retention Benefit, Employee shall be paid for all earned Retention Benefit disbursements not yet received. D. Other Executive Management benefits Unless otherwise specified, Employee shall receive all benefits specified by the then current Management Compensation Plan of the City Council of Temecula for Management Staff, including, without limitation, those related to Comprehensive Annual Leave, Executive Leave, Holidays, Health, Dental, and Vision Insurance, Life Insurance, Flexible Benefits Plans, Deferred Compensation, and other types of leave in accordance with other policies established by the City. Section 6: TERMINATION AND SEVERANCE PAY A. Employee is an at -will employee and serves at the will and pleasure of the City Manager. The City and employee each retain the option of terminating the employment relationship between them at any time regardless of cause or reason. B. If Employee is requested to resign or is terminated, he/she shall be provided severance compensation in the form of his monthly base salary for a period of six months after the effective date of his termination. Said monies shall be paid on regular City pay dates in installments during each payroll period in amounts equal to that which employee would have received for base salary and all benefits including retirement, cafeteria allotments/health and welfare coverages and any other benefits except leave accruals and automobile allowance payments. In addition, employee can request, at any time during the payout period, to receive a lump sum for any remaining balances due under this agreement. This action would conclude the City's obligation. The employee shall not receive any compensation as provided for herein in the event that he is terminated for good and sufficient cause. C. Notwithstanding paragraphs A and B, above, if Employee resigns or retires, or is terminated for cause, Employee shall be terminated forthwith on receiving notice and shall only receive payment for services rendered up to the time of notice plus any accrued and unused Comprehensive Annual Leave and Executive Leave, and the City shall have no obligation to pay any severance provided in this section. Furthermore, Employee agrees that any severance provided shall be fully reimbursed to the City if the Employee is convicted of a crime involving an abuse of his office or position. D. Upon termination, Employee shall be paid for all earned, but unused, Comprehensive Annual Leave and Executive Leave. -3- Section 7: EXECUTIVE COMPENSATION LIMITATIONS If Employee is on Paid Administrative Leave during a pending investigation, any salary provided for that purpose shall be fully reimbursed to the City if Employee is convicted of a crime involving an abuse of his office or position. If Employee is provided funds for any legal criminal defense during his employment with the City, any funds provided for that purpose shall be fully reimbursed to the City if the Employee is convicted of a crime involving an abuse of his office or position. If this Agreement is terminated, any cash settlement related to the termination that Employee may receive from the City shall be fully reimbursed to the City if Employee is convicted of a crime involving an abuse of his office or position. The City makes no representation or guarantee as to whether any of the compensation or payments in this Agreement shall be subject to CalPERS service credit or pensionable income. Any determination by CalPERS to not fully credit the compensation and/or service time provided under this Agreement is outside of the City's control. Employee takes full risk as to CalPERS action and agrees he/she shall have no recourse against City due to any decision or action on this matter by CalPERS. Section 8: RESIGNATION / RETIREMENT Employee may resign at any time. Employee may retire, provided he/she is eligible for retirement, at any time. Section 9: DISABILITY If Employee is permanently disabled or otherwise unable to perform his duties because of sickness, accident, injury, mental incapacity or health for a period of thirty (30) calendar days beyond any earned sick leave, City shall have the option to terminate this Agreement; however, the City's option to terminate under this Section shall be limited by its obligation to engage in the interactive process for reasonable accommodations and to provide reasonable accommodations as required by law. Nothing in this Section shall be construed to limit or restrict Employee's benefits or rights under workers' compensation or the Public Employees Retirement System ("PERS"). However, an employee terminated under this section shall not be eligible for severance pay, as delineated in Section 6 of this Agreement. In cases of disability as described in this section, Employee shall be compensated for any earned, but unused, Comprehensive Annual Leave and Executive Leave. Section 10: GENERAL PROVISIONS A. Notice Any notices required by this Agreement shall be in writing and either delivered in person or by first class, certified, return receipt requested US Mail with postage prepaid. Such notice shall be addressed as follows: -4- TO CITY: City Manager City of Temecula 41000 Main Street Temecula, CA 92590 TO EMPLOYEE: Gregory Butler B. Entire Agreement The text of this Agreement shall constitute the entire and exclusive agreement between the parties. All prior oral or written communications understanding or agreements between the parties, not set forth herein, shall be superseded in total by this Agreement. No Amendment or modification to this Agreement may be made except by a written agreement signed by the Employee and the City Manager and approved as to form by the City Attorney. C. Assignment This Agreement is not assignable by either the City or Employee. This Agreement shall not be construed against any one party, but shall be construed as if jointly prepared by employee and City. Any uncertainty or ambiguity shall not be construed against any one party. D. Severability In the event of any inconsistencies between the rules, policies and regulations of the City, this Agreement shall govern. In the event that any provision of this Agreement is finally held or determined to be illegal or void by a court having jurisdiction over the parties, the remainder of this Agreement shall remain in full force and effect unless the parts found to be void are wholly inseparable from the remaining portions of this Agreement. E. Effect of Waiver The failure of either party to insist on strict compliance with any of the terms, covenants, or conditions in this Agreement by the other party shall not be deemed a waiver of that term, covenant or condition, nor shall any waiver or relinquishment of any right or power at any one time or times be deemed a waiver or relinquishment of that right or power for all or any other time or times. F. Jurisdiction Any dispute between the parties shall be submitted to final and binding arbitration pursuant to the rules of the American Arbitration Association (AAA). Any dispute between the parties shall be submitted to final and binding arbitration pursuant to the rules of the American Arbitration Association (AAA.) The arbitration shall be conducted by a single arbitrator chosen pursuant to AAA rules and shall be conducted pursuant to the AAA rules and the California Arbitration Act. The arbitrator shall have the authority to allow discovery, including depositions, shall render a decision in writing that fully explains the decision, and may award the same categories of relief which may be awarded by a California Superior Court jury or judge. Both parties shall be empowered to present evidence, both oral and documentary, to cross examine adverse SIM witnesses, and to present argument, both written and oral. Each party shall bear their own attorney's fees and arbitration costs including witness fees, subpoena fees, and other charges incurred at the discretion of the Employee and the Employee's counsel. The City shall bear the full costs of the arbitrator and all other expenses unique to the arbitration process. The arbitrator may award attorney's fees to the prevailing party if such an award could be made in a California Superior Court. This arbitration provision shall apply to all claims for which arbitration is legally applicable in contract, tort or statute including but not limited to the California Fair Employment and Housing Act, Title VII of the U.S. Civil Rights Act of 1964 as amended, the Age Discrimination in Employment Act, the Americans With Disabilities Act, and all other statutes and regulations applicable to the employment relationship. G. Effective Date This Agreement shall take effect on July 1, 2019. [Signatures Begin on Next Page]. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the City of Temecula has caused this Agreement to be signed and executed on its behalf by its City Manager, and executed by the Employee. City of Temecula, a general law City and California municipal corporation Dated: By: Aaron Adams, City Manager ATTEST: Randi Johl, Director of Legislative Affairs/ City Clerk Approved as to form: Peter M. Thorson, City Attorney -7- In signing this Agreement, Employee understands and agrees that his/her employment status is that of an at -will employee and that his/her rights to employment with the City are governed by the terms and conditions of this Agreement rather than the ordinances, resolutions, and policies of the City of Temecula which might otherwise apply to employees of the City. Employee further acknowledges that he/she was given the opportunity to consult with an attorney prior to signing this Agreement. Dated: Employee Signature Employee Name (printed) ATTACHMENT A Classification Specification w Aft The Heart of Southern California Wine Country Assistant City Manager Established Date: 07/01/2014 Revision Date: DESCRIPTION: DEFINITION Class Code: 101008 Under general direction of the City Manager, performs highly responsible managerial, administrative, and analytical work in support of City administration and directs and manages the operations of Economic Development and Redevelopment. DISTINGUISHING CHARACTERISTICS The Assistant City Manager is an Executive Management level classification. The employee assists the City Manager with the overall administration of the City, as well as serving as the director of the City's Redevelopment Agency. The employee is a member of the City's Executive Management team and acts with a high level of independence while performing difficult professional, managerial and administrative work on behalf of the City Manager. This employee requires strong analytical and administrative skills, as well as diplomacy in managing complex and sensitive assignments and projects. The Assistant City Manager is distinguished from the Deputy City Manager by the level of responsibility assumed and the complexity of duties assigned. SUPERVISION RECEIVED AND EXERCISED Receives general direction from the City Manager or his/her designee. Supervision is exercised. EXAMPLES OF DUTIES: Duties may include, but are not limited to, the following: • Directs and manages the City's economic development and redevelopment activities, including planning and implementation of economic development and redevelopment projects and affordable housing programs; oversees real estate sales and property disposition, business and financial planning, and City -managed site improvements at redevelopment project sites; negotiates contracts and agreements • Provides professional analysis and advice to the City Manager, City Council, and department representatives regarding legal requirements and administrative practices; conducts complex research and analysis for a variety of organizational projects and 1 of 5 Assistant City Manager services; reviews, analyzes, and makes recommendations on state and federal legislation affecting municipal operations • Coordinates activities of the City Manager's Office with other City departments and outside agencies; participates in developing and implementing policies, procedures, and objectives to ensure efficient, effective, and consistent delivery of services; identifies operational problems and issues and works with departments to resolve them • Selects, trains, coaches, motivates, manages and evaluates the work of lower level staff; sets work priorities and establishes and revises policies and procedures; directs staff training and development; determines and executes disciplinary actions; recommends and oversees the use of consultants and outside professional services • Represents the City before the City Council, community, outside agencies, and professional organizations; makes public presentations to groups such as the City Council, boards and commissions, citizen groups, developers, and other public agencies; serves as the primary liaison with federal, regional, and local agencies; collaborates with interested parties in meetings with developers, architects, engineers, contractors, and other public agencies • Serves as a member of the City's executive management team, assisting the City Manager with the City's overall administrative and policy planning process • Manages the preparation and administration of the budgets and assigned capital improvement projects; assists with the preparation of the budget for the City Manager's Office and related non -departmental accounts • Keeps abreast of changes in federal, state, and local laws, rules and regulations; monitors projects to ensure City and Agency compliance with applicable statutes and regulations • Manages and/or directs special projects, as assigned • Represents and acts on behalf of the City Manager, as directed • Prepares and writes a variety of reports and documentation, including detailed Risk Management incident reports • Performs other duties of a similar nature MINIMUM OUALIFICATIONS: A combination of education, experience, and training that has provided the necessary knowledge, skills, and abilities is required for entry into the classification. The City of Temecula utilizes equivalencies to substitute two years of applicable experience and similar responsibility for one year of college in order for a candidate to meet Minimum Qualifications. A typical combination of education, experience, and training for this classification includes: EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE Bachelor's Degree from an accredited college/university in Public Administration, Business Administration, Urban Planning or a closely related field; and five (5) years of management and/or administrative experience in general municipal government administration, and 2 of 5 Assistant City Manager redevelopment or economic development. Master's Degree in Public Administration, Business Administration, or a related field is desirable. KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS & ABILITIES Knowledge of: • Principles and practices of municipal government administration • Principles, practices, and operations of urban planning, community development, redevelopment and real estate management • Applicable federal, state, and local laws, ordinances, regulations, and guidelines governing redevelopment activities and City administration • Principles of municipal budget development and contract administration • Principles and practices of public relations • Principles of employee supervision, training, and performance evaluation • Methods and techniques of research, statistical analysis and report preparation • Occupational hazards and safety measures appropriate to work performed Skill to: • Operate various types of standard office equipment, including a personal computer and related software • Operate a motor vehicle in a safe manner Ability to: • Analyze a variety of complex administrative and organizational problems and make sound policy and procedural recommendations • Develop and implement goals, objectives, policies, and procedures • Provide professional leadership and direction for the City and the department • Effectively and accurately analyze complex data in order to determine consequences, identify alternatives, and draw logical conclusions • Negotiate and manage contracts with consultants and developers and effectively represent the City in meetings with various individuals and organizations • Identify and respond to community and City Council issues, concerns, and needs • Communicate clearly and effectively, both orally and in writing, including making public presentations and preparing comprehensive written reports 3 of 5 Assistant City Manager • Evaluate situations, identify problems, and exercise sound independent judgment within established guidelines • Interpret, explain, and apply policies, procedures, laws, codes, and regulations pertaining to City administration and redevelopment • Establish and maintain courteous, cooperative. and effective working relationships with those encountered in the course of work • Supervise, plan, train, direct, and evaluate the work of lower level staff • Prepare accurate, comprehensive, and precise written reports and analyses • Plan, organize, and prioritize multiple projects and tasks in order to meet strict deadlines • Prepare budgets and allocate limited resources in a cost effective manner • Use proper English, spelling, grammar and punctuation • Serve as emergency services worker in the event of an emergency LICENSES AND/OR CERTIFICATES Possession of a valid California Class C driver's license and an acceptable driving record. SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS Satisfactory results from a background investigation, physical examination and administrative screening. Required to work outside of regular work hours (e.g. evenings, holidays and weekends) to attend meetings and special events. WORKING CONDITIONS & PHYSICAL DEMANDS: The physical and mental demands described here are representative of those that must be met by employees to successfully perform the essential functions of this class. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to stand and sit; talk or hear, both in person and by telephone; use hands to finger, handle, feel or operate standard office equipment; and reach with hands and arms. The employee frequently stands or walks, and lifts and moves records and documents or objects weighing up to 50 pounds alone, and up to 100 pounds with assistance. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, color vision, and the ability to adjust focus. The employee is regularly required to use written and oral communication skills; read and interpret data, information and documents; analyze and solve complex problems; use math and mathematical reasoning; perform highly detailed work under changing, intensive deadlines, on multiple concurrent tasks; work with constant interruptions; and interact with officials and the public, including occasionally dissatisfied or quarrelsome individuals. 4 of 5 Assistant City Manager The employee typically works in office conditions; the noise level is frequently quiet or moderately quiet, at or below 50 decibels. The employee is required to attend evening meetings and to travel to different redevelopment sites and public and private facilities. SUPPLEMENTAL INFORMATION: Flexibly Staffed: No FLSA Status: Exempt Conflict of Interest: Form 700 Required Department: City Manager Bonding Required: Yes 5 of 5 Assistant City Manager EMPLOYMENT AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE CITY OF TEMECULA AND I SAAC GARI BAY This employment agreement ("Agreement") is entered into by the City of Temecula ("City") and Isaac Garibay, Human Resources Manager ("Employee"). In addition to the terms and conditions of this Agreement, employee is a participant in the City's Management Compensation Plan and entitled to the benefits provided therewith. Recitals City desires to employ Employee as an employee in the position of Human Resources Manager. Employee desires to be the Human Resources Manager. There is no term of this Agreement and it shall remain in force and effect unless or until terminated as provided for herein. The City Manager, pursuant to the authority granted by the City of Temecula Municipal Code and City Council, agrees to hire Employee, as an employee, subject to the terms and conditions identified below. AGREEMENT Section 1: TERM The effective date of this Agreement shall be July 1, 2019. Section 2: DUTIES A. City engages Employee as the Human Resources Manager to perform the functions and duties specified in the Classification Specification for the position (Attachment "A", incorporated herein by this reference), as the same may be modified by the City Manager, and to perform such other legally permissible and proper duties and functions as the City Manager shall assign. B. Employee agrees that to the best of his/her ability and experience that he/she will at all times conscientiously perform the duties and obligations required, either express or implied, by the terms of this Agreement, the ordinances, resolutions and adopted policies of the City of Temecula and the laws and regulations of the State of California and the United States. C. As a public employee, Employee is required to work a full and complete work week pursuant to the established work schedule as determined by the City Manager, and devote whatever time is necessary to fulfill the employment responsibilities and duties as identified in this Agreement. Employee is generally exempt from Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) overtime requirements. This exemption is based upon the fact that all executive management employees have passed the salary and duty tests required for this exemption. -1- Section 3: EXCLUSIVE EMPLOYMENT Employee agrees to focus his/her professional time, ability and attention to City business during the term of this Agreement. Consequently, Employee agrees not to engage in any other business pursuits, whatsoever, directly or indirectly, render any services of a business, commercial, or professional nature to any other person or organization, for compensation, without the prior written consent of the City Manager. This does not preclude Employee from volunteering his/her services to other entities or individuals as long as such volunteer services are not in conflict with the services to be provided by Employee under this Agreement. Section 4: COMPENSATION As compensation for the services to be rendered by Employee, City agrees to pay Employee a base starting salary of no less than $120,460.45, per year, payable in twenty-six (26) biweekly installments at the same time as other employees of the City are paid and subject to customary withholding. Salary adjustments (merit increases), if any, in Employee's salary during the term of this Agreement shall be at the sole discretion of the City Manager based upon the City Manager's evaluation of Employee's job performance and within the base salary range established by the City Council or as otherwise approved by the City Council. Any and all adjustments shall be in accordance with City personnel policies and procedures. Employee's salary shall be reflected in the City's publicly available salary schedule. Section 5: BENEFITS A. Retirement As an employee of the City of Temecula, Employee will be enrolled in the California Public Employees Retirement System (PERS) retirement plan, as such plan may be amended by the City Council. As of the date of this employment agreement, such plan includes the 2.7% @ 55 and 2.0% @ 60 benefit formulas for "classic" miscellaneous employees depending on their hire date, or the 2.0% at 62 benefit formula for "new" miscellaneous employees. B. Automobile Allowance Employee shall receive a monthly automobile allowance in lieu of mileage reimbursement. This allowance will only be provided when Employee is actively at work and not out on extended FMLA/CFRA Leave. The monthly dollar amount will be set at $400 per month as outlined in the annual operating budget. C. Retention Benefit If the City's General Fund Reserves are fully funded at the then -established standards of the City Council, the City's Retention Benefit outlined in this section may be offered to Employee at the discretion of the City Manager. After completing five years of executive service with the City of Temecula, and if Employee has achieved the highest possible overall performance rating on three out of their last five annual performance evaluations, he/she shall be eligible to receive an amount equal to the then maximum normal contribution limit to an Internal Revenue Code Section 457(b) Deferred Compensation Plan (i.e. $19,000 in 2019). This amount shall be paid as income in twenty-six (26) biweekly installments at the same time as Employee is typically paid, and subject to customary -2- withholding. Employee may elect to place these funds in a City -sponsored Internal Revenue Code Section 457(b) Deferred Compensation Plan as allowable by law. If Employee should separate from employment with the City of Temecula prior to the full distribution of an earned Retention Benefit, Employee shall be paid for all earned Retention Benefit disbursements not yet received. D. Other Executive Management benefits Unless otherwise specified, Employee shall receive all benefits specified by the then current Management Compensation Plan of the City Council of Temecula for Management Staff, including, without limitation, those related to Comprehensive Annual Leave, Executive Leave, Holidays, Health, Dental, and Vision Insurance, Life Insurance, Flexible Benefits Plans, Deferred Compensation, and other types of leave in accordance with other policies established by the City. Section 6: TERMINATION AND SEVERANCE PAY A. Employee is not an at -will employee, and not entitled to severance pay in connection with any form of separation of employment. B. If Employee resigns or retires, or is terminated for cause, Employee shall be terminated forthwith on receiving notice and shall only receive payment for services rendered up to the time of notice plus any accrued and unused Comprehensive Annual Leave and Executive Leave, and the City shall have no obligation to pay any severance. C. Upon termination, Employee shall be paid for all earned, but unused, Comprehensive Annual Leave and Executive Leave. Section 7: EXECUTIVE COMPENSATION LIMITATIONS If Employee is on Paid Administrative Leave during a pending investigation, any salary provided for that purpose shall be fully reimbursed to the City if Employee is convicted of a crime involving an abuse of his office or position. If Employee is provided funds for any legal criminal defense during his employment with the City, any funds provided for that purpose shall be fully reimbursed to the City if the Employee is convicted of a crime involving an abuse of his office or position. If this Agreement is terminated, any cash settlement related to the termination that Employee may receive from the City shall be fully reimbursed to the City if Employee is convicted of a crime involving an abuse of his office or position. The City makes no representation or guarantee as to whether any of the compensation or payments in this Agreement shall be subject to CalPERS service credit or pensionable income. Any determination by CalPERS to not fully credit the compensation and/or service time provided under this Agreement is outside of the City's control. Employee takes full risk as to CalPERS action and agrees he/she shall have no recourse against City due to any decision or action on this matter by CalPERS. Section 8: RESIGNATION / RETIREMENT Employee may resign at any time. Employee may retire, provided he/she is eligible for retirement, at any time. -3- Section 9: DISABILITY If Employee is permanently disabled or otherwise unable to perform his duties because of sickness, accident, injury, mental incapacity or health for a period of thirty (30) calendar days beyond any earned sick leave, City shall have the option to terminate this Agreement; however, the City's option to terminate under this Section shall be limited by its obligation to engage in the interactive process for reasonable accommodations and to provide reasonable accommodations as required by law. Nothing in this Section shall be construed to limit or restrict Employee's benefits or rights under workers' compensation or the Public Employees Retirement System ("PERS"). In cases of disability as described in this section, Employee shall be compensated for any earned, but unused, Comprehensive Annual Leave and Executive Leave. Section 10: GENERAL PROVISIONS A. Notice Any notices required by this Agreement shall be in writing and either delivered in person or by first class, certified, return receipt requested US Mail with postage prepaid. Such notice shall be addressed as follows: TO CITY: City Manager City of Temecula 41000 Main Street Temecula, CA 92590 TO EMPLOYEE: Isaac Garibay B. Entire Agreement The text of this Agreement shall constitute the entire and exclusive agreement between the parties. All prior oral or written communications understanding or agreements between the parties, not set forth herein, shall be superseded in total by this Agreement. No Amendment or modification to this Agreement may be made except by a written agreement signed by the Employee and the City Manager and approved as to form by the City Attorney. C. Assignment This Agreement is not assignable by either the City or Employee. This Agreement shall not be construed against any one party, but shall be construed as if jointly prepared by employee and City. Any uncertainty or ambiguity shall not be construed against any one party. D. Severability In the event of any inconsistencies between the rules, policies and regulations of the City, this Agreement shall govern. In the event that any provision of this Agreement is finally held or determined to be illegal or void by a court having jurisdiction over the parties, the remainder of -4- this Agreement shall remain in full force and effect unless the parts found to be void are wholly inseparable from the remaining portions of this Agreement. E. Effect of Waiver The failure of either party to insist on strict compliance with any of the terms, covenants, or conditions in this Agreement by the other party shall not be deemed a waiver of that term, covenant or condition, nor shall any waiver or relinquishment of any right or power at any one time or times be deemed a waiver or relinquishment of that right or power for all or any other time or times. F. Jurisdiction Any dispute between the parties shall be submitted to final and binding arbitration pursuant to the rules of the American Arbitration Association (AAA). Any dispute between the parties shall be submitted to final and binding arbitration pursuant to the rules of the American Arbitration Association (AAA.) The arbitration shall be conducted by a single arbitrator chosen pursuant to AAA rules and shall be conducted pursuant to the AAA rules and the California Arbitration Act. The arbitrator shall have the authority to allow discovery, including depositions, shall render a decision in writing that fully explains the decision, and may award the same categories of relief which may be awarded by a California Superior Court jury or judge. Both parties shall be empowered to present evidence, both oral and documentary, to cross examine adverse witnesses, and to present argument, both written and oral. Each party shall bear their own attorney's fees and arbitration costs including witness fees, subpoena fees, and other charges incurred at the discretion of the Employee and the Employee's counsel. The City shall bear the full costs of the arbitrator and all other expenses unique to the arbitration process. The arbitrator may award attorney's fees to the prevailing party if such an award could be made in a California Superior Court. This arbitration provision shall apply to all claims for which arbitration is legally applicable in contract, tort or statute including but not limited to the California Fair Employment and Housing Act, Title VII of the U.S. Civil Rights Act of 1964 as amended, the Age Discrimination in Employment Act, the Americans With Disabilities Act, and all other statutes and regulations applicable to the employment relationship. G. Effective Date This Agreement shall take effect on July 1, 2019. [Signatures Begin on Next Page]. -s- IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the City of Temecula has caused this Agreement to be signed and executed on its behalf by its City Manager, and executed by the Employee. City of Temecula, a general law City and California municipal corporation Dated: By: Aaron Adams, City Manager ATTEST: Randi Johl, Director of Legislative Affairs/ City Clerk Approved as to form: Peter M. Thorson, City Attorney -6- In signing this Agreement, Employee acknowledges that he/she was given the opportunity to consult with an attorney prior to signing this Agreement. Dated: Employee Signature Employee Name (printed) -7- ATTACHMENT A Classification Specification Aft The Heart of Southern California Wine Country Human Resources Manager Established Date: 07/01/2014 Revision Date: DESCRIPTION: DEFINITION Class Code: 802006 Under limited supervision, manages, administers, directs, plans and organizes comprehensive human resources functions and programs for the City. DISTINGUISHING CHARACTERISTICS The Human Resources Manager is a Senior Management level classification in the Human Resources series. The employee plans, coordinates, manages and evaluates Human Resources operations; performs a variety of complex analyses, studies and research projects impacting Citywide issues and operations. The Human Resources Manager is distinguished from lower level staff by the level of responsibility assumed and the complexity of duties assigned. SUPERVISION RECEIVED AND EXERCISED Receives limited supervision from the Director of Human Resources or his/her designee. Supervision is exercised. EXAMPLES OF DUTIES: Duties may include, but are not limited to, the following: • Plans, coordinates, manages and evaluates Human Resources functions and operations, including recruitment, selection, classification and compensation, employee and labor relations, equal employment, affirmative action, diversity, training, and benefits • Develops and implements goals, objectives, policies and priorities for Human Resources Department staff; conducts complex research and analysis on a variety of subject matters and makes appropriate recommendations; prepares and presents staff reports; coordinates human resources activities with other departments • Assist with preparing and administering the department budget; monitors expenditures • Provides professional support to the City management staff 1 of 5 Human Resources Mgr • Participates in negotiations; develops and recommends strategy for the negotiation process; conducts research on negotiable issues; and finalizes Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) or other employment governing documents • Reviews, analyzes and develops recommendations regarding the impact of state, federal, and local legislation • May act as City representative in liaison to federal/state regulatory agencies • Provides quality customer service to City departments, City staff and applicants in a variety of Human Resources topics • Assist with developing, coordinating and administering the City's classification and compensation plan; supervises and/or conducts classification studies and implements recommendations; supervises data collection and analysis; assists in the development and presentation of salary recommendations to City Council when needed • Manages Citywide recruitments and selection processes • Develops of compensation and benefit strategies; oversees City benefit plans • Maintains, updates, and provides interpretation on the City's policy manual, personnel rules and administrative guidelines, MOUs, practices and procedures, and ensures that all personnel policies and procedures are in compliance with State and Federal law • Selects, supervises, motivates, plans, trains, directs, and evaluates the work of lower level staff; prepares and presents employee performance reviews; provides/coordinates staff training; works with employees to correct deficiencies; implements disciplinary procedures; recommends employee terminations; approves time sheets and expense reports • Recommends appointment of staff; analyzes training needs to design employee development • Advises managers on organizational policy matters, and recommends needed changes • Oversees Employee Recognition programs • Provides oversight of all disciplinary matters within the City and provides recommendation of disciplinary action; provides training and advice to employees on the principles of discipline, including applicable law; attends disciplinary and grievance hearings; provides oversight to the preparation of all related written reports and correspondence • Conducts a variety of organization studies, investigations and operational studies and makes recommendations when appropriate • Assists with implementing adopted Human Resources plans, policies and standards; develops work programs, performance measurements and standards; monitors effectiveness and efficiency of human resources programs • Analyzes and modifies compensation and benefits policies to establish competitive programs and ensure compliance with legal requirements 2 of 5 Human Resources Mgr • Serves as a link between management and employees by handling questions, interpreting and administering contracts and helping resolve work -related problems • Attends and participate in professional group meetings; stay abreast of new trends and innovations in the human resources field • Prepares and writes a variety of reports and documentation, including detailed Risk Management incident reports • Performs other duties of a similar nature MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: A combination of education, experience, and training that has provided the necessary knowledge, skills, and abilities is required for entry into the classification. The City of Temecula utilizes equivalencies to substitute two years of applicable experience and similar responsibility for one year of college in order for a candidate to meet Minimum Qualifications. A typical combination of education, experience, and training for this classification includes: EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE Bachelor's Degree from an accredited college/university in Human Resources, Personnel Administration, Public Administration or related field; and four (4) years of increasingly responsible experience in a supervisory position in Personnel Management, public sector is desired. KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS & ABILITIES Knowledge of: • Principles and practices of municipal Human Resources administration • Advanced personnel functions and laws • Principles and practices of recruitment and applicant selection • Labor relations, union negotiations and workforce planning • Principles and practices of employee supervision, training, and performance evaluation • Principles and practices of customer service • Occupational hazards and safety measures appropriate to work performed Skill to: • Operate various types of standard office equipment, including a personal computer and related software • Operate a motor vehicle in a safe manner Ability to: 3 of 5 Human Resources Mgr • Develop and implement recruitment plans effectively • Develop and implement goals, objectives, and policies to improve the efficiency of City workforce • Conduct studies, analyze data, draw sound conclusions and make recommendations • Exercise sound judgment independently • Learn, interpret and apply policies, rules and regulations • Recognize and maintain the confidentiality of employee records and employment circumstances • Prepare and maintain accurate and precise records and reports, compile statistical information; prepare comprehensive oral and written reports • Organize work, set priorities, meet critical deadlines and follow-up assignments with limited direction • Supervise, plan, train, direct, and evaluate the work of lower level staff • Conduct research, complete surveys and prepare reports of findings • Function in a team environment by assisting in time -sensitive projects and accepting assignments by other team members as needed to produce a quality departmental product • Establish and maintain courteous, cooperative, and effective working relationships with those encountered in the course of work • Communicate effectively, orally and in writing • Use proper English, spelling, grammar and punctuation • Serve as emergency services worker in the event of an emergency LICENSES AND/OR CERTIFICATES Possession of a valid California Class C driver's license and an acceptable driving record. SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS Satisfactory results from a background investigation, physical examination and administrative screening. May be required to occasionally work outside of regular work hours (e.g. evenings, holidays and weekends) to attend meetings and special events. WORKING CONDITIONS & PHYSICAL DEMANDS: The physical and mental demands described here are representative of those that must be met by employees to successfully perform the essential functions of this class. Reasonable 4 of 5 Human Resources Mgr accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to stand and sit; talk or hear, both in person and by telephone; use hands to finger, handle, feel or operate standard office equipment; and reach with hands and arms. The employee frequently stands or walks, and lifts and moves records and documents or objects weighing up to 50 pounds alone, and up to 100 pounds with assistance. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, color vision, and the ability to adjust focus. The employee is regularly required to use written and oral communication skills; read and interpret data; use math and mathematical reasoning; analyze and solve problems; learn and apply new information; perform highly detailed work on multiple, concurrent tasks; meet intensive and changing deadlines and interact with City staff, customers, vendors, contractors, and the public. The employee typically works in office conditions; the noise level moderately quiet, at or below 50 decibels. The employee may be sites or other locations for meetings. SUPPLEMENTAL INFORMATION: Flexibly Staffed: No FLSA Status: Exempt Conflict of Interest: Not Required Department: Human Resources/Risk Management Bonding Required: No is frequently quiet or required to travel to work 5 of 5 Human Resources Mgr AT -WILL EMPLOYMENT AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE CITY OF TEMECULA AND KEVIN HAWKINS This employment agreement ("Agreement") is entered into by the City of Temecula ("City") and Kevin Hawkins, Director of Community Services ("Employee"). In addition to the terms and conditions of this Agreement, employee is a participant in the City's Management Compensation Plan and entitled to the benefits provided therewith. Recitals City desires to employ Employee as an at -will employee in the position of Director of Community Services. Employee desires to be the Director of Community Services and acknowledges that such employment is at -will. Employee shall be subject to lawful termination from employment without the City stating, showing, or proving that any cause or reason exists and/or is the basis for the City Manager's determination to terminate employee. Accordingly, employee shall not be provided with any basis or forum by which to challenge any determination by the City Manager that employee be terminated. Inasmuch as employee serves at the will of the City Manager, there is no term of this Agreement and it shall remain in force and effect unless or until terminated as provided for herein. The City Manager, pursuant to the authority granted by the City of Temecula Municipal Code and City Council, agrees to hire Employee, as an at -will employee, subject to the terms and conditions identified below. AGREEMENT Section 1: TERM The effective date of this Agreement shall be July 1, 2019. The City and Employee each retain the option of terminating the employment relationship between them at any time regardless of cause or reason. Section 2: DUTIES A. City engages Employee as the Director of Community Services to perform the functions and duties specified in the Classification Specification for the position (Attachment "A", incorporated herein by this reference), as the same may be modified by the City Manager, and to perform such other legally permissible and proper duties and functions as the City Manager shall assign. B. Employee agrees that to the best of his/her ability and experience that he/she will at all times conscientiously perform the duties and obligations required, either express or implied, by the terms of this Agreement, the ordinances, resolutions and adopted policies of the City of Temecula and the laws and regulations of the State of California and the United States. C. As a public employee, Employee is required to work a full and complete work week pursuant to the established work schedule as determined by the City Manager, and devote -1- whatever time is necessary to fulfill the employment responsibilities and duties as identified in this Agreement. Employee is generally exempt from Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) overtime requirements. This exemption is based upon the fact that all executive management employees have passed the salary and duty tests required for this exemption. Section 3: EXCLUSIVE EMPLOYMENT Employee agrees to focus his/her professional time, ability and attention to City business during the term of this Agreement. Consequently, Employee agrees not to engage in any other business pursuits, whatsoever, directly or indirectly, render any services of a business, commercial, or professional nature to any other person or organization, for compensation, without the prior written consent of the City Manager. This does not preclude Employee from volunteering his/her services to other entities or individuals as long as such volunteer services are not in conflict with the services to be provided by Employee under this Agreement. Section 4: COMPENSATION As compensation for the services to be rendered by Employee, City agrees to pay Employee a base starting salary of no less than $192,574.12, per year, payable in twenty-six (26) biweekly installments at the same time as other employees of the City are paid and subject to customary withholding. Salary adjustments (merit increases), if any, in Employee's salary during the term of this Agreement shall be at the sole discretion of the City Manager based upon the City Manager's evaluation of Employee's job performance and within the base salary range established by the City Council or as otherwise approved by the City Council. Any and all adjustments shall be in accordance with City personnel policies and procedures. Employee's salary shall be reflected in the City's publicly available salary schedule. Section 5: BENEFITS A. Retirement As an employee of the City of Temecula, Employee will be enrolled in the California Public Employees Retirement System (PERS) retirement plan, as such plan may be amended by the City Council. As of the date of this employment agreement, such plan includes the 2.7% @ 55 and 2.0% @ 60 benefit formulas for "classic" miscellaneous employees depending on their hire date, or the 2.0% at 62 benefit formula for "new" miscellaneous employees. B. Automobile Allowance Employee shall receive a monthly automobile allowance in lieu of mileage reimbursement. This allowance will only be provided when Employee is actively at work and not out on extended FMLA/CFRA Leave. The monthly dollar amount will be set at $400 per month as outlined in the annual operating budget. C. Retention Benefit If the City's General Fund Reserves are fully funded at the then -established standards of the City Council, the City's Retention Benefit outlined in this section may be offered to Employee at the discretion of the City Manager. -2- After completing five years of executive service with the City of Temecula, and if Employee has achieved the highest possible overall performance rating on three out of their last five annual performance evaluations, he/she shall be eligible to receive an amount equal to the then maximum normal contribution limit to an Internal Revenue Code Section 457(b) Deferred Compensation Plan (i.e. $19,000 in 2019). This amount shall be paid as income in twenty-six (26) biweekly installments at the same time as Employee is typically paid, and subject to customary withholding. Employee may elect to place these funds in a City -sponsored Internal Revenue Code Section 457(b) Deferred Compensation Plan as allowable by law. If Employee should separate from employment with the City of Temecula prior to the full distribution of an earned Retention Benefit, Employee shall be paid for all earned Retention Benefit disbursements not yet received. D. Other Executive Management benefits Unless otherwise specified, Employee shall receive all benefits specified by the then current Management Compensation Plan of the City Council of Temecula for Management Staff, including, without limitation, those related to Comprehensive Annual Leave, Executive Leave, Holidays, Health, Dental, and Vision Insurance, Life Insurance, Flexible Benefits Plans, Deferred Compensation, and other types of leave in accordance with other policies established by the City. Section 6: TERMINATION AND SEVERANCE PAY A. Employee is an at -will employee and serves at the will and pleasure of the City Manager. The City and employee each retain the option of terminating the employment relationship between them at any time regardless of cause or reason. B. If Employee is requested to resign or is terminated, he/she shall be provided severance compensation in the form of his monthly base salary for a period of six months after the effective date of his termination. Said monies shall be paid on regular City pay dates in installments during each payroll period in amounts equal to that which employee would have received for base salary and all benefits including retirement, cafeteria allotments/health and welfare coverages and any other benefits except leave accruals and automobile allowance payments. In addition, employee can request, at any time during the payout period, to receive a lump sum for any remaining balances due under this agreement. This action would conclude the City's obligation. The employee shall not receive any compensation as provided for herein in the event that he is terminated for good and sufficient cause. C. Notwithstanding paragraphs A and B, above, if Employee resigns or retires, or is terminated for cause, Employee shall be terminated forthwith on receiving notice and shall only receive payment for services rendered up to the time of notice plus any accrued and unused Comprehensive Annual Leave and Executive Leave, and the City shall have no obligation to pay any severance provided in this section. Furthermore, Employee agrees that any severance provided shall be fully reimbursed to the City if the Employee is convicted of a crime involving an abuse of his office or position. D. Upon termination, Employee shall be paid for all earned, but unused, Comprehensive Annual Leave and Executive Leave. -3- Section 7: EXECUTIVE COMPENSATION LIMITATIONS If Employee is on Paid Administrative Leave during a pending investigation, any salary provided for that purpose shall be fully reimbursed to the City if Employee is convicted of a crime involving an abuse of his office or position. If Employee is provided funds for any legal criminal defense during his employment with the City, any funds provided for that purpose shall be fully reimbursed to the City if the Employee is convicted of a crime involving an abuse of his office or position. If this Agreement is terminated, any cash settlement related to the termination that Employee may receive from the City shall be fully reimbursed to the City if Employee is convicted of a crime involving an abuse of his office or position. The City makes no representation or guarantee as to whether any of the compensation or payments in this Agreement shall be subject to CalPERS service credit or pensionable income. Any determination by CalPERS to not fully credit the compensation and/or service time provided under this Agreement is outside of the City's control. Employee takes full risk as to CalPERS action and agrees he/she shall have no recourse against City due to any decision or action on this matter by CalPERS. Section 8: RESIGNATION / RETIREMENT Employee may resign at any time. Employee may retire, provided he/she is eligible for retirement, at any time. Section 9: DISABILITY If Employee is permanently disabled or otherwise unable to perform his duties because of sickness, accident, injury, mental incapacity or health for a period of thirty (30) calendar days beyond any earned sick leave, City shall have the option to terminate this Agreement; however, the City's option to terminate under this Section shall be limited by its obligation to engage in the interactive process for reasonable accommodations and to provide reasonable accommodations as required by law. Nothing in this Section shall be construed to limit or restrict Employee's benefits or rights under workers' compensation or the Public Employees Retirement System ("PERS"). However, an employee terminated under this section shall not be eligible for severance pay, as delineated in Section 6 of this Agreement. In cases of disability as described in this section, Employee shall be compensated for any earned, but unused, Comprehensive Annual Leave and Executive Leave. Section 10: GENERAL PROVISIONS A. Notice Any notices required by this Agreement shall be in writing and either delivered in person or by first class, certified, return receipt requested US Mail with postage prepaid. Such notice shall be addressed as follows: -4- TO CITY: City Manager City of Temecula 41000 Main Street Temecula, CA 92590 TO EMPLOYEE: Kevin Hawkins B. Entire Agreement The text of this Agreement shall constitute the entire and exclusive agreement between the parties. All prior oral or written communications understanding or agreements between the parties, not set forth herein, shall be superseded in total by this Agreement. No Amendment or modification to this Agreement may be made except by a written agreement signed by the Employee and the City Manager and approved as to form by the City Attorney. C. Assignment This Agreement is not assignable by either the City or Employee. This Agreement shall not be construed against any one party, but shall be construed as if jointly prepared by employee and City. Any uncertainty or ambiguity shall not be construed against any one party. D. Severability In the event of any inconsistencies between the rules, policies and regulations of the City, this Agreement shall govern. In the event that any provision of this Agreement is finally held or determined to be illegal or void by a court having jurisdiction over the parties, the remainder of this Agreement shall remain in full force and effect unless the parts found to be void are wholly inseparable from the remaining portions of this Agreement. E. Effect of Waiver The failure of either party to insist on strict compliance with any of the terms, covenants, or conditions in this Agreement by the other party shall not be deemed a waiver of that term, covenant or condition, nor shall any waiver or relinquishment of any right or power at any one time or times be deemed a waiver or relinquishment of that right or power for all or any other time or times. F. Jurisdiction Any dispute between the parties shall be submitted to final and binding arbitration pursuant to the rules of the American Arbitration Association (AAA). Any dispute between the parties shall be submitted to final and binding arbitration pursuant to the rules of the American Arbitration Association (AAA.) The arbitration shall be conducted by a single arbitrator chosen pursuant to AAA rules and shall be conducted pursuant to the AAA rules and the California Arbitration Act. The arbitrator shall have the authority to allow discovery, including depositions, shall render a decision in writing that fully explains the decision, and may award the same categories of relief which may be awarded by a California Superior Court jury or judge. Both parties shall be empowered to present evidence, both oral and documentary, to cross examine adverse SIM witnesses, and to present argument, both written and oral. Each party shall bear their own attorney's fees and arbitration costs including witness fees, subpoena fees, and other charges incurred at the discretion of the Employee and the Employee's counsel. The City shall bear the full costs of the arbitrator and all other expenses unique to the arbitration process. The arbitrator may award attorney's fees to the prevailing party if such an award could be made in a California Superior Court. This arbitration provision shall apply to all claims for which arbitration is legally applicable in contract, tort or statute including but not limited to the California Fair Employment and Housing Act, Title VII of the U.S. Civil Rights Act of 1964 as amended, the Age Discrimination in Employment Act, the Americans With Disabilities Act, and all other statutes and regulations applicable to the employment relationship. G. Effective Date This Agreement shall take effect on July 1, 2019. [Signatures Begin on Next Page]. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the City of Temecula has caused this Agreement to be signed and executed on its behalf by its City Manager, and executed by the Employee. City of Temecula, a general law City and California municipal corporation Dated: By: Aaron Adams, City Manager ATTEST: Randi Johl, Director of Legislative Affairs/ City Clerk Approved as to form: Peter M. Thorson, City Attorney -7- In signing this Agreement, Employee understands and agrees that his/her employment status is that of an at -will employee and that his/her rights to employment with the City are governed by the terms and conditions of this Agreement rather than the ordinances, resolutions, and policies of the City of Temecula which might otherwise apply to employees of the City. Employee further acknowledges that he/she was given the opportunity to consult with an attorney prior to signing this Agreement. Dated: Employee Signature Employee Name (printed) ATTACHMENT A Classification Specification w Aft The Heart of Southern California Wine Country Director of Community Services Established Date: 07/01/2014 Class Code: 600008 Revision Date: DESCRIPTION: DEFINITION Under general direction, plans, directs, and coordinates the activities of the Community Services Department including park development, acquisition and rehabilitation, recreation programs, cultural arts classes, special events, youth and senior services, volunteer services and facilities maintenance; implements policies and establishes procedures related to department functions; develops and administers the department budget; establishes and maintains liaison to the public; establishes and maintains liaison with various community and cultural groups; serves as a member of the City's executive management team; performs related duties as assigned. DISTINGUISHING CHARACTERISTICS The Director of Community Services is a single -position, at -will classification at the Executive Management level. The employee requires an advanced generalist's knowledge of park development and administration, and the development and implementation of community services programs and special events. The employee performs a variety of high-level administrative and professional duties and directs and supervises staff and activities in the City's Community Services Department. The employee is expected to exercise independent judgment, wisdom, common sense, and initiative in establishing efficient and effective departmental operations consistent with City Council policies and administrative guidelines established by the City Manager. The employee must also actively participate in addressing issues of concern to the City that, at times may not have a direct impact on the employee's area of specialization. The Director of Community Services is distinguished from lower level staff by assuming the highest level of assignments and responsibilities within his/her department. SUPERVISION RECEIVED AND EXERCISED Receives general direction from the City Manager or his/her designee. Supervision is exercised. EXAMPLES OF DUTIES: Duties may include, but are not limited to, the following: 1 of 5 Director of Community Svcs • Develops and implements policies and regulations relating to recreational activity, facility and vehicle maintenance, park development, special events and community services • Plans, directs, and coordinates the Community Services Department activities and services; develops procedures to conduct activities; ensures that activities are conducted in accordance with related laws, ordinances, rules and regulations; develops comprehensive plans to satisfy future needs for department services • Provides staff assistance to the City Council, Community Services Commission and related committees and commissions • Develops and implements policies relating to the use of land for development of parks and related facilities; assists in the acquisition of land for future park(s) and facilities; inspects future park sites and work in progress • Coordinates and directs the preparation of grant applications as appropriate to secure funding for park development projects; ensures that funds are allocated and expended as stipulated by the grant • Directs the preparation of requests for proposals, reviews proposals and selects and hires consultants for selected projects • Advertises and reviews construction bids for selected projects; supervises and inspects completed work; acts as contract administrator on projects involving parks and park facilities • Administers contractual agreements with school districts, other governmental agencies, and private organizations; manages park maintenance through departmental staff or contract services; maintains liaison with contracting agencies and service providers; ensures adherence with contract provisions • Prepares and administers the budget for the Community Services department; participates in discussions regarding most effective utilization of available City funds and setting of priorities • Develops long-term strategic planning to identify fiscal resources necessary to implement the City's priorities • Administers Capital Improvement Projects • Advises, and otherwise provides assistance to the City Manager, the City Council, other City personnel, outside agencies, and the public regarding department related issues • Selects, supervises, motivates, plans, trains, directs, and evaluates the work of lower level staff; prepares and presents employee performance reviews; develops and establishes work methods and standards; conducts or directs staff training and development; reviews and evaluates employee performance; works with employees to correct deficiencies; implements disciplinary procedures; recommends employee terminations • Represents the City, or delegates such authority, in relations with the community, advisory committees, local, county, state, and federal agencies, other departments, and professional organizations 2 of 5 Director of Community Svcs • Promotes and coordinates volunteerism • Prepares and writes a variety of reports and documentation, including detailed Risk Management incident reports • Performs other duties of a similar nature MINIMUM OUALIFICATIONS: A combination of education, experience, and training that has provided the necessary knowledge, skills, and abilities is required for entry into the classification. The City of Temecula utilizes equivalencies to substitute two years of applicable experience and similar responsibility for one year of college in order for a candidate to meet Minimum Qualifications. A typical combination of education, experience, and training for this classification includes: EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE Bachelor's Degree from an accredited college/university with substantial course work in Recreation, Sociology, Public Administration or a related field; and five (5) years of increasingly responsible professional experience in public recreation and community services with included experience in administration of a variety of community services programs. At least three (3) years in a management/supervisory capacity. Master's Degree in a related field is desirable. KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS & ABILITIES Knowledge of: • Extensive knowledge of the principles and practices of public leisure programs and community services, including recreation and senior services • Inter -governmental and private leisure programs, facilities, and resources • Pertinent laws, ordinances, rules and regulations related to assessment districts • Tax assessment and assessment district administration • Principles and practices of landscape maintenance programs • Community organization and methods for assessing and stimulating meaningful public interest and participation; program evaluation methods; role of citizen committees, organization of city government, and the effective methods of professional leadership within this framework • Principles and practices of budget preparation and administration • Grant application procedures and administration • Principles and practices of personnel administration, supervision and training • Occupational hazards and safety measures appropriate to work performed 3 of 5 Director of Community Svcs Skill to: • Operate various types of standard office equipment, including a personal computer and related software • Operate a motor vehicle in a safe manner Ability to: • Analyze and make sound recommendations on complex community services and park administration issues; evaluate alternatives and make appropriate, creative recommendations • Exercise sound, independent judgment and initiative within established guidelines • Interpret City rules, policies and procedures and applicable local state and federal legislation • Communicate respectfully and effectively with a diverse internal and external customer base; maintain confidentiality of information; remain calm, and exercise sound judgment when dealing with sensitive, complex, tense and/or confrontational situations • Establish and maintain courteous, cooperative, and effective working relationships with those encountered in the course of work • Manage a major function within the City • Communicate effectively both orally and in writing • Use proper English, spelling, grammar and punctuation • Plan, organize, and carry out studies and analyses; prepare clear, complete, and technically accurate reports, correspondence, analytical studies and other written materials using standard office and computer equipment; analyze data, develop recommendations based on findings, and reach sound and defensible conclusions; collect data • Work effectively with various governmental agencies, private firms, and the general public • Analyze situations and take effective action • Speak before groups, organizations, regulatory bodies and professional meetings • Respond constructively to conflict and develop effective resolutions • Supervise, plan, train, direct, and evaluate the work of lower level staff • Serve as emergency services worker in the event of an emergency LICENSES AND/OR CERTIFICATES Possession of a valid California Class C driver's license and an acceptable driving record. 4 of 5 Director of Community Svcs SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS Satisfactory results from a background investigation, physical examination and administrative screening. May be required to occasionally work outside of regular work hours (e.g. evenings, holidays and weekends) to attend meetings and special events. WORKING CONDITIONS & PHYSICAL DEMANDS: The physical and mental demands described here are representative of those that must be met by employees to successfully perform the essential functions of this class. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to stand and sit; talk or hear, both in person and by telephone; use hands to finger, handle, feel or operate standard office equipment; and reach with hands and arms. The employee frequently stands or walks, and lifts and moves records and documents or objects weighing up to 50 pounds alone, and up to 100 pounds with assistance. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, color vision, and the ability to adjust focus. The employee is regularly required to use written and oral communication skills; read and interpret data; use math and mathematical reasoning; analyze and solve problems; learn and apply new information; perform highly detailed work on multiple, concurrent tasks; meet intensive and changing deadlines and interact with City staff, customers, vendors, contractors, and the public. The employee typically works in office conditions; the noise level is frequently quiet or moderately quiet, at or below 50 decibels. SUPPLEMENTAL INFORMATION: Flexibly Staffed: No FLSA Status: Exempt Conflict of Interest: Form 700 Required Department: Community Services Bonding Required: No 5 of 5 Director of Community Svcs AT -WILL EMPLOYMENT AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE CITY OF TEMECULA AND JENNIFER HENNESSY This employment agreement ("Agreement") is entered into by the City of Temecula ("City") and Jennifer Hennessy, Director of Finance> ("Employee"). In addition to the terms and conditions of this Agreement, employee is a participant in the City's Management Compensation Plan and entitled to the benefits provided therewith. Recitals City desires to employ Employee as an at -will employee in the position of Director of Finance>. Employee desires to be the Director of Finance> and acknowledges that such employment is at -will. Employee shall be subject to lawful termination from employment without the City stating, showing, or proving that any cause or reason exists and/or is the basis for the City Manager's determination to terminate employee. Accordingly, employee shall not be provided with any basis or forum by which to challenge any determination by the City Manager that employee be terminated. Inasmuch as employee serves at the will of the City Manager, there is no term of this Agreement and it shall remain in force and effect unless or until terminated as provided for herein. The City Manager, pursuant to the authority granted by the City of Temecula Municipal Code and City Council, agrees to hire Employee, as an at -will employee, subject to the terms and conditions identified below. AGREEMENT Section 1: TERM The effective date of this Agreement shall be July 1, 2019. The City and Employee each retain the option of terminating the employment relationship between them at any time regardless of cause or reason. Section 2: DUTIES A. City engages Employee as the Director of Finance> to perform the functions and duties specified in the Classification Specification for the position (Attachment "A", incorporated herein by this reference), as the same may be modified by the City Manager, and to perform such other legally permissible and proper duties and functions as the City Manager shall assign. B. Employee agrees that to the best of his/her ability and experience that he/she will at all times conscientiously perform the duties and obligations required, either express or implied, by the terms of this Agreement, the ordinances, resolutions and adopted policies of the City of Temecula and the laws and regulations of the State of California and the United States. C. As a public employee, Employee is required to work a full and complete work week pursuant to the established work schedule as determined by the City Manager, and devote -1- whatever time is necessary to fulfill the employment responsibilities and duties as identified in this Agreement. Employee is generally exempt from Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) overtime requirements. This exemption is based upon the fact that all executive management employees have passed the salary and duty tests required for this exemption. Section 3: EXCLUSIVE EMPLOYMENT Employee agrees to focus his/her professional time, ability and attention to City business during the term of this Agreement. Consequently, Employee agrees not to engage in any other business pursuits, whatsoever, directly or indirectly, render any services of a business, commercial, or professional nature to any other person or organization, for compensation, without the prior written consent of the City Manager. This does not preclude Employee from volunteering his/her services to other entities or individuals as long as such volunteer services are not in conflict with the services to be provided by Employee under this Agreement. Section 4: COMPENSATION As compensation for the services to be rendered by Employee, City agrees to pay Employee a base starting salary of no less than $192,574.12, per year, payable in twenty-six (26) biweekly installments at the same time as other employees of the City are paid and subject to customary withholding. Salary adjustments (merit increases), if any, in Employee's salary during the term of this Agreement shall be at the sole discretion of the City Manager based upon the City Manager's evaluation of Employee's job performance and within the base salary range established by the City Council or as otherwise approved by the City Council. Any and all adjustments shall be in accordance with City personnel policies and procedures. Employee's salary shall be reflected in the City's publicly available salary schedule. Section 5: BENEFITS A. Retirement As an employee of the City of Temecula, Employee will be enrolled in the California Public Employees Retirement System (PERS) retirement plan, as such plan may be amended by the City Council. As of the date of this employment agreement, such plan includes the 2.7% @ 55 and 2.0% @ 60 benefit formulas for "classic" miscellaneous employees depending on their hire date, or the 2.0% at 62 benefit formula for "new" miscellaneous employees. B. Automobile Allowance Employee shall receive a monthly automobile allowance in lieu of mileage reimbursement. This allowance will only be provided when Employee is actively at work and not out on extended FMLA/CFRA Leave. The monthly dollar amount will be set at $400 per month as outlined in the annual operating budget. C. Retention Benefit If the City's General Fund Reserves are fully funded at the then -established standards of the City Council, the City's Retention Benefit outlined in this section may be offered to Employee at the discretion of the City Manager. -2- After completing five years of executive service with the City of Temecula, and if Employee has achieved the highest possible overall performance rating on three out of their last five annual performance evaluations, he/she shall be eligible to receive an amount equal to the then maximum normal contribution limit to an Internal Revenue Code Section 457(b) Deferred Compensation Plan (i.e. $19,000 in 2019). This amount shall be paid as income in twenty-six (26) biweekly installments at the same time as Employee is typically paid, and subject to customary withholding. Employee may elect to place these funds in a City -sponsored Internal Revenue Code Section 457(b) Deferred Compensation Plan as allowable by law. If Employee should separate from employment with the City of Temecula prior to the full distribution of an earned Retention Benefit, Employee shall be paid for all earned Retention Benefit disbursements not yet received. D. Other Executive Management benefits Unless otherwise specified, Employee shall receive all benefits specified by the then current Management Compensation Plan of the City Council of Temecula for Management Staff, including, without limitation, those related to Comprehensive Annual Leave, Executive Leave, Holidays, Health, Dental, and Vision Insurance, Life Insurance, Flexible Benefits Plans, Deferred Compensation, and other types of leave in accordance with other policies established by the City. Section 6: TERMINATION AND SEVERANCE PAY A. Employee is an at -will employee and serves at the will and pleasure of the City Manager. The City and employee each retain the option of terminating the employment relationship between them at any time regardless of cause or reason. B. If Employee is requested to resign or is terminated, he/she shall be provided severance compensation in the form of his monthly base salary for a period of six months after the effective date of his termination. Said monies shall be paid on regular City pay dates in installments during each payroll period in amounts equal to that which employee would have received for base salary and all benefits including retirement, cafeteria allotments/health and welfare coverages and any other benefits except leave accruals and automobile allowance payments. In addition, employee can request, at any time during the payout period, to receive a lump sum for any remaining balances due under this agreement. This action would conclude the City's obligation. The employee shall not receive any compensation as provided for herein in the event that he is terminated for good and sufficient cause. C. Notwithstanding paragraphs A and B, above, if Employee resigns or retires, or is terminated for cause, Employee shall be terminated forthwith on receiving notice and shall only receive payment for services rendered up to the time of notice plus any accrued and unused Comprehensive Annual Leave and Executive Leave, and the City shall have no obligation to pay any severance provided in this section. Furthermore, Employee agrees that any severance provided shall be fully reimbursed to the City if the Employee is convicted of a crime involving an abuse of his office or position. D. Upon termination, Employee shall be paid for all earned, but unused, Comprehensive Annual Leave and Executive Leave. -3- Section 7: EXECUTIVE COMPENSATION LIMITATIONS If Employee is on Paid Administrative Leave during a pending investigation, any salary provided for that purpose shall be fully reimbursed to the City if Employee is convicted of a crime involving an abuse of his office or position. If Employee is provided funds for any legal criminal defense during his employment with the City, any funds provided for that purpose shall be fully reimbursed to the City if the Employee is convicted of a crime involving an abuse of his office or position. If this Agreement is terminated, any cash settlement related to the termination that Employee may receive from the City shall be fully reimbursed to the City if Employee is convicted of a crime involving an abuse of his office or position. The City makes no representation or guarantee as to whether any of the compensation or payments in this Agreement shall be subject to CalPERS service credit or pensionable income. Any determination by CalPERS to not fully credit the compensation and/or service time provided under this Agreement is outside of the City's control. Employee takes full risk as to CalPERS action and agrees he/she shall have no recourse against City due to any decision or action on this matter by CalPERS. Section 8: RESIGNATION / RETIREMENT Employee may resign at any time. Employee may retire, provided he/she is eligible for retirement, at any time. Section 9: DISABILITY If Employee is permanently disabled or otherwise unable to perform his duties because of sickness, accident, injury, mental incapacity or health for a period of thirty (30) calendar days beyond any earned sick leave, City shall have the option to terminate this Agreement; however, the City's option to terminate under this Section shall be limited by its obligation to engage in the interactive process for reasonable accommodations and to provide reasonable accommodations as required by law. Nothing in this Section shall be construed to limit or restrict Employee's benefits or rights under workers' compensation or the Public Employees Retirement System ("PERS"). However, an employee terminated under this section shall not be eligible for severance pay, as delineated in Section 6 of this Agreement. In cases of disability as described in this section, Employee shall be compensated for any earned, but unused, Comprehensive Annual Leave and Executive Leave. Section 10: GENERAL PROVISIONS A. Notice Any notices required by this Agreement shall be in writing and either delivered in person or by first class, certified, return receipt requested US Mail with postage prepaid. Such notice shall be addressed as follows: -4- TO CITY: City Manager City of Temecula 41000 Main Street Temecula, CA 92590 TO EMPLOYEE: Jennifer Hennessy B. Entire Agreement The text of this Agreement shall constitute the entire and exclusive agreement between the parties. All prior oral or written communications understanding or agreements between the parties, not set forth herein, shall be superseded in total by this Agreement. No Amendment or modification to this Agreement may be made except by a written agreement signed by the Employee and the City Manager and approved as to form by the City Attorney. C. Assignment This Agreement is not assignable by either the City or Employee. This Agreement shall not be construed against any one party, but shall be construed as if jointly prepared by employee and City. Any uncertainty or ambiguity shall not be construed against any one party. D. Severability In the event of any inconsistencies between the rules, policies and regulations of the City, this Agreement shall govern. In the event that any provision of this Agreement is finally held or determined to be illegal or void by a court having jurisdiction over the parties, the remainder of this Agreement shall remain in full force and effect unless the parts found to be void are wholly inseparable from the remaining portions of this Agreement. E. Effect of Waiver The failure of either party to insist on strict compliance with any of the terms, covenants, or conditions in this Agreement by the other party shall not be deemed a waiver of that term, covenant or condition, nor shall any waiver or relinquishment of any right or power at any one time or times be deemed a waiver or relinquishment of that right or power for all or any other time or times. F. Jurisdiction Any dispute between the parties shall be submitted to final and binding arbitration pursuant to the rules of the American Arbitration Association (AAA). Any dispute between the parties shall be submitted to final and binding arbitration pursuant to the rules of the American Arbitration Association (AAA.) The arbitration shall be conducted by a single arbitrator chosen pursuant to AAA rules and shall be conducted pursuant to the AAA rules and the California Arbitration Act. The arbitrator shall have the authority to allow discovery, including depositions, shall render a decision in writing that fully explains the decision, and may award the same categories of relief which may be awarded by a California Superior Court jury or judge. Both parties shall be empowered to present evidence, both oral and documentary, to cross examine adverse -s- witnesses, and to present argument, both written and oral. Each party shall bear their own attorney's fees and arbitration costs including witness fees, subpoena fees, and other charges incurred at the discretion of the Employee and the Employee's counsel. The City shall bear the full costs of the arbitrator and all other expenses unique to the arbitration process. The arbitrator may award attorney's fees to the prevailing party if such an award could be made in a California Superior Court. This arbitration provision shall apply to all claims for which arbitration is legally applicable in contract, tort or statute including but not limited to the California Fair Employment and Housing Act, Title VII of the U.S. Civil Rights Act of 1964 as amended, the Age Discrimination in Employment Act, the Americans With Disabilities Act, and all other statutes and regulations applicable to the employment relationship. G. Effective Date This Agreement shall take effect on July 1, 2019. [Signatures Begin on Next Page]. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the City of Temecula has caused this Agreement to be signed and executed on its behalf by its City Manager, and executed by the Employee. City of Temecula, a general law City and California municipal corporation Dated: By: Aaron Adams, City Manager ATTEST: Randi Johl, Director of Legislative Affairs/ City Clerk Approved as to form: Peter M. Thorson, City Attorney -7- In signing this Agreement, Employee understands and agrees that his/her employment status is that of an at -will employee and that his/her rights to employment with the City are governed by the terms and conditions of this Agreement rather than the ordinances, resolutions, and policies of the City of Temecula which might otherwise apply to employees of the City. Employee further acknowledges that he/she was given the opportunity to consult with an attorney prior to signing this Agreement. Dated: Employee Signature Employee Name (printed) ATTACHMENT A Classification Specification w Aft The Heart of Southern California Wine Country Director of Finance Established Date: 07/01/2014 Class Code: 200008 Revision Date: DESCRIPTION: DEFINITION Under general direction, plans, directs and coordinates the activities of the Finance Department; implements policies and establishes procedures related to finance, purchasing, utility billing, and revenue collection functions; develops and administers the department and Citywide budget; provides advisory support on Labor Negotiations; provides highly responsible professional and technical staff assistance, to the City Manager/City Council, and operating departments; establishes and maintains liaison to the public; performs related duties as required; serves as a member of the City's executive management team in the consideration of general City policies, programs and concerns; performs related duties, as assigned. DISTINGUISHING CHARACTERISTICS The Director of Finance is a single -position, at -will classification at the Executive Management level requiring an advanced generalist's knowledge of municipal finance and budgeting for the development and administration of programs designed to address primary areas of City service. The employee performs a variety of high-level administrative and professional duties and directs and supervises staff and activities in the City's Finance Department. The employee is expected to exercise independent judgment, wisdom, common sense, and initiative in establishing efficient and effective departmental operations consistent with City Council policies and administrative guidelines established by the City Manager. The employee must also participate actively in addressing issues of concern to the City that at times may not have a direct impact on the employee's area of specialization. The Director of Finance is distinguished from lower level staff by assuming the highest level of assignments and responsibilities within his/her department. SUPERVISION RECEIVED AND EXERCISED Receives general direction from the City Manager or his/her designee. Supervision is exercised. EXAMPLES OF DUTIES: Duties may include, but are not limited to, the following: 1 of 5 Director of Finance • Directs the fiscal management of the City, including budget preparation and monitoring, revenue forecasting, collection and disbursement of funds, accounting, financial reporting and auditing, and investment of funds, debt issuance and administration • Plans, directs, and coordinates the administration of the City's finance, purchasing, and utility billing activities and services; recommends policies and implements procedures to conduct activities; ensures that activities are conducted in accordance with related laws, ordinances, rules and regulations; develops comprehensive plans to satisfy future needs for departmental services • Assists the City Manager in budget preparation and administration for the City and the Redevelopment Agency; estimates anticipated revenues; assists in reviewing proposed budget allocations; conducts fiscal analysis and submits data and reports for use in evaluating operating departments proposals • Conducts studies or oversees the conduct of complex studies relating to the development of rates and charges for utilities, development impact fees, and user charges; prepares and supervises the preparation of reports to the State Controller, County Auditor Controller and other Federal, State or County agencies • Administers contracts for department services; reviews Citywide contractual agreements and ensures that City contractual services are provided in accordance with contract provisions • Advises, and otherwise provides assistance to the City Council, City Manager, other City staff and the public regarding financial matters • Represents the City, or delegates such authority, in relations with the community, advisory committees, other local, state and federal agencies and professional organizations • Selects, supervises, motivates, plans, trains, directs, and evaluates the work of lower level staff; prepares and presents employee performance reviews; provides/coordinates staff training; works with employees to correct deficiencies; implements disciplinary procedures; recommends employee terminations; approves time sheets and expense reports • Prepares and writes a variety of reports and documentation, including detailed Risk Management incident reports • Performs other duties of a similar nature MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: A combination of education, experience, and training that has provided the necessary knowledge, skills, and abilities is required for entry into the classification. The City of Temecula utilizes equivalencies to substitute two years of applicable experience and similar responsibility for one year of college in order for a candidate to meet Minimum Qualifications. A typical combination of education, experience, and training for this classification includes: EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE Bachelor's Degree from an accredited college/university, preferably with substantial course 2 of 5 Director of Finance work in Accounting, Business or Public Administration or a closely related field, and seven (7) years of increasingly responsible professional experience in governmental finance including at least four (4) years in a management/supervisory capacity. Master's Degree in a related field is desired. KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS & ABILITIES Knowledge of: • Extensive knowledge of the principles and practices of public administration including, budgetary practices • Accounting principles, practices, and methods • Ordinances, resolutions, and laws affecting municipal financial operations • Methods and techniques of public administration research, analysis and report preparation • Legislation related to public agency finance including, grant accounting, bond issuances and cash forecasting and investment • Principles and practices of financial planning • Research methods and techniques and methods of report presentation • Principles and practices of personnel administration, supervision and training • Occupational hazards and safety measures appropriate to work performed Skill to: • Operate various types of standard office equipment, including a personal computer and related software • Analyze unusual situations and resolve them through application of management principles and practices • Operate a motor vehicle in a safe manner Ability to: • Research and prepare complex reports on a variety of subjects • Supervise, plan, train, direct, and evaluate the work of lower level staff • Represent the City in a variety of meetings • Make decisions regarding operational and personnel functions; operate programs within allocated amounts; develop new policies impacting division operations/procedures • Establish and maintain courteous, cooperative, and effective working relationships with those encountered in the course of work 3 of 5 Director of Finance • Communicate clearly and concisely, both orally and in writing • Use proper English, spelling, grammar and punctuation • Understand, explain and apply policies and procedures • Identify methods to maximize service effectiveness and efficiency • Deal constructively with conflict and develop effective resolutions • Plan and enforce a balanced budget; interpret financial statements and cost accounting reports; administer contracts and ensure compliance with contract provisions • Serve as emergency services worker in the event of an emergency LICENSES AND/OR CERTIFICATES Possession of a valid California Class C driver's license and an acceptable driving record. Certification as a Certified Public Accountant is desirable. SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS Satisfactory results from a background investigation, physical examination and administrative screening. May be required to occasionally work outside of regular work hours (e.g. evenings, holidays and weekends) to attend meetings and special events. WORKING CONDITIONS & PHYSICAL DEMANDS: The physical and mental demands described here are representative of those that must be met by employees to successfully perform the essential functions of this class. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to stand and sit; talk or hear, both in person and by telephone; use hands to finger, handle, feel or operate standard office equipment; and reach with hands and arms. The employee frequently stands or walks, and lifts and moves records and documents or objects weighing up to 50 pounds alone, and up to 100 pounds with assistance. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, color vision, and the ability to adjust focus. The employee is regularly required to use written and oral communication skills; read and interpret financial and statistical data, information and documents; analyze and solve problems; observe and interpret people and situations; learn and apply new information or skills; perform highly detailed work on multiple, concurrent tasks; work under intensive deadlines; and interact with staff and others encountered in the course of work. The employee works under typical office conditions; the noise level is frequently quiet or moderately quiet, at or below 50 decibels. The employee may be required to travel to work sites or other locations for meetings. 4 of 5 Director of Finance SUPPLEMENTAL INFORMATION: Flexibly Staffed: No FLSA Status: Exempt Conflict of Interest: Form 700 Required Department: Finance Bonding Required: Yes 5 of 5 Director of Finance AT -WILL EMPLOYMENT AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE CITY OF TEMECULA AND MICHAEL HESLIN This employment agreement ("Agreement") is entered into by the City of Temecula ("City") and Michael Heslin, Director of Information Technology/Support Services ("Employee"). In addition to the terms and conditions of this Agreement, employee is a participant in the City's Management Compensation Plan and entitled to the benefits provided therewith. Recitals City desires to employ Employee as an at -will employee in the position of Director of Information Technology/Support Services. Employee desires to be the Director of Information Technology/Support Services and acknowledges that such employment is at -will. Employee shall be subject to lawful termination from employment without the City stating, showing, or proving that any cause or reason exists and/or is the basis for the City Manager's determination to terminate employee. Accordingly, employee shall not be provided with any basis or forum by which to challenge any determination by the City Manager that employee be terminated. Inasmuch as employee serves at the will of the City Manager, there is no term of this Agreement and it shall remain in force and effect unless or until terminated as provided for herein. The City Manager, pursuant to the authority granted by the City of Temecula Municipal Code and City Council, agrees to hire Employee, as an at -will employee, subject to the terms and conditions identified below. AGREEMENT Section 1: TERM The effective date of this Agreement shall be July 1, 2019. The City and Employee each retain the option of terminating the employment relationship between them at any time regardless of cause or reason. Section 2: DUTIES A. City engages Employee as the Director of Information Technology/Support Services to perform the functions and duties specified in the Classification Specification for the position (Attachment "A", incorporated herein by this reference), as the same may be modified by the City Manager, and to perform such other legally permissible and proper duties and functions as the City Manager shall assign. B. Employee agrees that to the best of his/her ability and experience that he/she will at all times conscientiously perform the duties and obligations required, either express or implied, by the terms of this Agreement, the ordinances, resolutions and adopted policies of the City of Temecula and the laws and regulations of the State of California and the United States. C. As a public employee, Employee is required to work a full and complete work week pursuant to the established work schedule as determined by the City Manager, and devote whatever time is necessary to fulfill the employment responsibilities and duties as -1- identified in this Agreement. Employee is generally exempt from Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) overtime requirements. This exemption is based upon the fact that all executive management employees have passed the salary and duty tests required for this exemption. Section 3: EXCLUSIVE EMPLOYMENT Employee agrees to focus his/her professional time, ability and attention to City business during the term of this Agreement. Consequently, Employee agrees not to engage in any other business pursuits, whatsoever, directly or indirectly, render any services of a business, commercial, or professional nature to any other person or organization, for compensation, without the prior written consent of the City Manager. This does not preclude Employee from volunteering his/her services to other entities or individuals as long as such volunteer services are not in conflict with the services to be provided by Employee under this Agreement. Section 4: COMPENSATION As compensation for the services to be rendered by Employee, City agrees to pay Employee a base starting salary of no less than $166,056.06, per year, payable in twenty-six (26) biweekly installments at the same time as other employees of the City are paid and subject to customary withholding. Salary adjustments (merit increases), if any, in Employee's salary during the term of this Agreement shall be at the sole discretion of the City Manager based upon the City Manager's evaluation of Employee's job performance and within the base salary range established by the City Council or as otherwise approved by the City Council. Any and all adjustments shall be in accordance with City personnel policies and procedures. Employee's salary shall be reflected in the City's publicly available salary schedule. Section 5: BENEFITS A. Retirement As an employee of the City of Temecula, Employee will be enrolled in the California Public Employees Retirement System (PERS) retirement plan, as such plan may be amended by the City Council. As of the date of this employment agreement, such plan includes the 2.7% @ 55 and 2.0% @ 60 benefit formulas for "classic" miscellaneous employees depending on their hire date, or the 2.0% at 62 benefit formula for "new" miscellaneous employees. B. Automobile Allowance Employee shall receive a monthly automobile allowance in lieu of mileage reimbursement. This allowance will only be provided when Employee is actively at work and not out on extended FMLA/CFRA Leave. The monthly dollar amount will be set at $400 per month as outlined in the annual operating budget. C. Retention Benefit If the City's General Fund Reserves are fully funded at the then -established standards of the City Council, the City's Retention Benefit outlined in this section may be offered to Employee at the discretion of the City Manager. After completing five years of executive service with the City of Temecula, and if Employee -2- has achieved the highest possible overall performance rating on three out of their last five annual performance evaluations, he/she shall be eligible to receive an amount equal to the then maximum normal contribution limit to an Internal Revenue Code Section 457(b) Deferred Compensation Plan (i.e. $19,000 in 2019). This amount shall be paid as income in twenty-six (26) biweekly installments at the same time as Employee is typically paid, and subject to customary withholding. Employee may elect to place these funds in a City -sponsored Internal Revenue Code Section 457(b) Deferred Compensation Plan as allowable by law. If Employee should separate from employment with the City of Temecula prior to the full distribution of an earned Retention Benefit, Employee shall be paid for all earned Retention Benefit disbursements not yet received. D. Other Executive Management benefits Unless otherwise specified, Employee shall receive all benefits specified by the then current Management Compensation Plan of the City Council of Temecula for Management Staff, including, without limitation, those related to Comprehensive Annual Leave, Executive Leave, Holidays, Health, Dental, and Vision Insurance, Life Insurance, Flexible Benefits Plans, Deferred Compensation, and other types of leave in accordance with other policies established by the City. Section 6: TERMINATION AND SEVERANCE PAY A. Employee is an at -will employee and serves at the will and pleasure of the City Manager. The City and employee each retain the option of terminating the employment relationship between them at any time regardless of cause or reason. B. If Employee is requested to resign or is terminated, he/she shall be provided severance compensation in the form of his monthly base salary for a period of six months after the effective date of his termination. Said monies shall be paid on regular City pay dates in installments during each payroll period in amounts equal to that which employee would have received for base salary and all benefits including retirement, cafeteria allotments/health and welfare coverages and any other benefits except leave accruals and automobile allowance payments. In addition, employee can request, at any time during the payout period, to receive a lump sum for any remaining balances due under this agreement. This action would conclude the City's obligation. The employee shall not receive any compensation as provided for herein in the event that he is terminated for good and sufficient cause. C. Notwithstanding paragraphs A and B, above, if Employee resigns or retires, or is terminated for cause, Employee shall be terminated forthwith on receiving notice and shall only receive payment for services rendered up to the time of notice plus any accrued and unused Comprehensive Annual Leave and Executive Leave, and the City shall have no obligation to pay any severance provided in this section. Furthermore, Employee agrees that any severance provided shall be fully reimbursed to the City if the Employee is convicted of a crime involving an abuse of his office or position. D. Upon termination, Employee shall be paid for all earned, but unused, Comprehensive Annual Leave and Executive Leave. -3- Section 7: EXECUTIVE COMPENSATION LIMITATIONS If Employee is on Paid Administrative Leave during a pending investigation, any salary provided for that purpose shall be fully reimbursed to the City if Employee is convicted of a crime involving an abuse of his office or position. If Employee is provided funds for any legal criminal defense during his employment with the City, any funds provided for that purpose shall be fully reimbursed to the City if the Employee is convicted of a crime involving an abuse of his office or position. If this Agreement is terminated, any cash settlement related to the termination that Employee may receive from the City shall be fully reimbursed to the City if Employee is convicted of a crime involving an abuse of his office or position. The City makes no representation or guarantee as to whether any of the compensation or payments in this Agreement shall be subject to CalPERS service credit or pensionable income. Any determination by CalPERS to not fully credit the compensation and/or service time provided under this Agreement is outside of the City's control. Employee takes full risk as to CalPERS action and agrees he/she shall have no recourse against City due to any decision or action on this matter by CalPERS. Section 8: RESIGNATION / RETIREMENT Employee may resign at any time. Employee may retire, provided he/she is eligible for retirement, at any time. Section 9: DISABILITY If Employee is permanently disabled or otherwise unable to perform his duties because of sickness, accident, injury, mental incapacity or health for a period of thirty (30) calendar days beyond any earned sick leave, City shall have the option to terminate this Agreement; however, the City's option to terminate under this Section shall be limited by its obligation to engage in the interactive process for reasonable accommodations and to provide reasonable accommodations as required by law. Nothing in this Section shall be construed to limit or restrict Employee's benefits or rights under workers' compensation or the Public Employees Retirement System ("PERS"). However, an employee terminated under this section shall not be eligible for severance pay, as delineated in Section 6 of this Agreement. In cases of disability as described in this section, Employee shall be compensated for any earned, but unused, Comprehensive Annual Leave and Executive Leave. Section 10: GENERAL PROVISIONS A. Notice Any notices required by this Agreement shall be in writing and either delivered in person or by first class, certified, return receipt requested US Mail with postage prepaid. Such notice shall be addressed as follows: -4- TO CITY: City Manager City of Temecula 41000 Main Street Temecula, CA 92590 TO EMPLOYEE: Michael Heslin B. Entire Agreement The text of this Agreement shall constitute the entire and exclusive agreement between the parties. All prior oral or written communications understanding or agreements between the parties, not set forth herein, shall be superseded in total by this Agreement. No Amendment or modification to this Agreement may be made except by a written agreement signed by the Employee and the City Manager and approved as to form by the City Attorney. C. Assignment This Agreement is not assignable by either the City or Employee. This Agreement shall not be construed against any one party, but shall be construed as if jointly prepared by employee and City. Any uncertainty or ambiguity shall not be construed against any one party. D. Severability In the event of any inconsistencies between the rules, policies and regulations of the City, this Agreement shall govern. In the event that any provision of this Agreement is finally held or determined to be illegal or void by a court having jurisdiction over the parties, the remainder of this Agreement shall remain in full force and effect unless the parts found to be void are wholly inseparable from the remaining portions of this Agreement. E. Effect of Waiver The failure of either party to insist on strict compliance with any of the terms, covenants, or conditions in this Agreement by the other party shall not be deemed a waiver of that term, covenant or condition, nor shall any waiver or relinquishment of any right or power at any one time or times be deemed a waiver or relinquishment of that right or power for all or any other time or times. F. Jurisdiction Any dispute between the parties shall be submitted to final and binding arbitration pursuant to the rules of the American Arbitration Association (AAA). Any dispute between the parties shall be submitted to final and binding arbitration pursuant to the rules of the American Arbitration Association (AAA.) The arbitration shall be conducted by a single arbitrator chosen pursuant to AAA rules and shall be conducted pursuant to the AAA rules and the California Arbitration Act. The arbitrator shall have the authority to allow discovery, including depositions, shall render a decision in writing that fully explains the decision, and may award the same categories of relief which may be awarded by a California Superior Court jury or judge. Both parties shall be empowered to present evidence, both oral and documentary, to cross examine adverse SIM witnesses, and to present argument, both written and oral. Each party shall bear their own attorney's fees and arbitration costs including witness fees, subpoena fees, and other charges incurred at the discretion of the Employee and the Employee's counsel. The City shall bear the full costs of the arbitrator and all other expenses unique to the arbitration process. The arbitrator may award attorney's fees to the prevailing party if such an award could be made in a California Superior Court. This arbitration provision shall apply to all claims for which arbitration is legally applicable in contract, tort or statute including but not limited to the California Fair Employment and Housing Act, Title VII of the U.S. Civil Rights Act of 1964 as amended, the Age Discrimination in Employment Act, the Americans With Disabilities Act, and all other statutes and regulations applicable to the employment relationship. G. Effective Date This Agreement shall take effect on July 1, 2019. [Signatures Begin on Next Page]. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the City of Temecula has caused this Agreement to be signed and executed on its behalf by its City Manager, and executed by the Employee. City of Temecula, a general law City and California municipal corporation Dated: By: Aaron Adams, City Manager ATTEST: Randi Johl, Director of Legislative Affairs/ City Clerk Approved as to form: Peter M. Thorson, City Attorney -7- In signing this Agreement, Employee understands and agrees that his/her employment status is that of an at -will employee and that his/her rights to employment with the City are governed by the terms and conditions of this Agreement rather than the ordinances, resolutions, and policies of the City of Temecula which might otherwise apply to employees of the City. Employee further acknowledges that he/she was given the opportunity to consult with an attorney prior to signing this Agreement. Dated: Employee Signature Employee Name (printed) ATTACHMENT A Classification Specification w Aft The Heart of Southern California Director of Wine Country Information Technology/ Support Services Established Date: 07/01/2014 Class Code: 700008 Revision Date: DESCRIPTION: DEFINITION Under general direction, creates and guides the implementation of the overall information technology strategy for the City and performs work of considerable difficulty leading, planning, directing and managing the activities of Information Technology (IT) and Support Services. The employee is accountable for setting the direction for Citywide Technology strategy, and directing and managing Information Technology and Support Services. The employee performs a variety of high-level administrative and professional duties and directs and supervises staff and activities in the City's Information Technology (IT) and Support Services. The employee is expected to exercise independent judgment and initiative in establishing efficient and effective departmental operations consistent with City Council policies and administrative guidelines established by the City Manager. The employee must also participate actively in addressing issues of concern to the City that at times may not have a direct impact on the employee's area of specialization. DISTINGUISHING CHARACTERISTICS The Director of Information Technology/Support Services is a single -position, at -will classification at the Executive Management level. The employee is accountable for setting the direction for Citywide Technology strategy, and directing and managing Information Technology and Support Services. The Director of Information Technology/Support Services is distinguished from lower level staff by assuming the highest level of assignments and responsibilities within his/her department. SUPERVISION RECEIVED AND EXERCISED Receives general direction from the City Manager or his/her designee. Supervision is exercised. EXAMPLES OF DUTIES: Duties may include, but are not limited to, the following: Directs, manages and oversees the operations of the City's Information Technology and Support Services Department; collaborates with City Council, appointed boards and commissions and the City's executive management team; develops, implements and 1 of 7 Director of IT/Support Svcs monitors long-term strategies, goals and objectives in support of the City's vision, mission and core values • Implements policies and procedures related to Information Technology, provides highly responsible professional and technical staff assistance to the City Manager, and operating departments; serves as a liaison to the public; serves as a member of the City's executive management team • Establishes, interprets and enforces operating policies that are consistent with the City's objectives and organizational policies; evaluates the results of overall operations and service levels and provides regular reports • Manages, directs and coordinates all services and activities of Information Technology and Support Services; manages and directs department divisions and programs, including Core Infrastructure and Technical Support, Enterprise Application Services, Geographic Information Systems (GIS), Media Services and Support Services • Develops and administers the annual operating budget in collaboration with the City Manager's Office; identifies related needs and is responsible for the effective use of resources within authorized budget allocations • Defines the responsibilities, authority and accountability of all direct subordinate managers and provides them with regular performance evaluations and general guidance • Directs the preparation of requests for proposals, reviews proposals, and selects and hires consultants for selected projects • Develops long-term strategic planning to identify fiscal resources necessary to implement the City's priorities • Advises, and otherwise provides assistance to the City Manager, the City Council, other City personnel, outside agencies, and the public regarding department related issues • Represents the City, or delegates such authority, in relations with the community, advisory committees, local, county, state, and federal agencies, other departments, and professional organizations • Directs and oversees IT programs and improvement measures and reports the outcomes to senior level management and employees, outside agencies, committees, task forces, commissions, boards, community groups and the public • Develops service -related issue plans for forecasting long-range department operational and capital improvement needs, and presents reports to the City Council, City Manager and Department Heads • Performs complex managerial work in information technology; provides information technology guidance, support and services to the City Manager and Department Heads on proposed policy and procedural changes affecting department operations • Manages key security issues relating to City information systems including disaster recovery planning. 2 of 7 Director of IT/Support Svcs • Plans, organizes and implements system analysis and design; system development and implementation, programming, user support and training, installation of security systems, network operations, infrastructure, help desk operation and software and equipment acquisitions • Oversees the City's community emergency notification system • Guides and manages the development of strategic technological vision that aligns with the strategic business requirements of the City • Selects, supervises, motivates, plans, trains, directs, and evaluates staff; prepares and presents employee performance reviews; provides/coordinates staff training; works with employees to correct deficiencies; implements disciplinary procedures; recommends employee terminations; approves time sheets and expense reports • Advises, coaches and mentors management and supervisory staff on leadership, training, safety and disciplinary matters; develops training programs and provides effective and positive motivational leadership to department staff • Works collaboratively with other City departments to ensure consistent and comprehensive information technology services for the City • Identifies and analyzes the City's information service needs; establishes and directs the City's strategic long term goals, policies and procedures • Manages and participates in the IT Master Plan; provides strategic advice on evaluation, selection, implementation and maintenance of information systems • Develops City policies and procedures and ensures compliance with local, state and federal laws and regulations; informs and advises on all information technology and support services issues including reviewing and interpreting laws and regulations affecting the City • Directs and oversees IT programs and improvement measures and reports the outcomes to senior level management and employees, outside agencies, committees, task forces, commissions, boards, community groups and the public • Provides commitment to continuous process improvements and exceptional customer service in support of the City's vision, mission and core values • Develops cooperative professional relationships with representatives of outside agencies, media reporters and editors, federal, state and other public sector organizations, community leaders, private consultants and citizens • Formulates the strategy for Citywide information technology training requirements and coordinates the training program • Serves as City Technology Representative on a variety of boards, commissions and committees; prepares and presents staff reports and other necessary correspondence • Manages the installation, maintenance, operation and support of the City's Geographic Information System 3 of 7 Director of IT/Support Svcs • Manages the evaluation, research, implementation, training, support, and maintenance of enterprise applications • Oversees the installation, configuration, maintenance, repair, optimization and performance monitoring of the City IT infrastructure including servers, SAN, storage, switches, firewalls, security systems, archive devices, redundant power systems, and related networking devices and connections. • Directs and administers the City's telecommunication system, including telephone system, cellular phones, mobile devices; oversees, monitors, reviews and approves telecommunication and utility invoices • Directs and manages the City Media Services function including the planning, design and production of public meetings, content for City website, public via social networking sites, eGovernment Services, and visual presentations. • Manages the operations within Support Services, including mailroom, copy services, Tech Support, and front reception • Prepares and writes a variety of reports and documentation, including detailed Risk Management incident reports • Performs other duties of a similar nature MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: A combination of education, experience, and training that has provided the necessary knowledge, skills, and abilities is required for entry into the classification. The City of Temecula utilizes equivalencies to substitute two years of applicable experience and similar responsibility for one year of college in order for a candidate to meet Minimum Qualifications. A typical combination of education, experience, and training for this classification includes: EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE Bachelor's Degree from an accredited college/university with a major in Management Information Systems, Information Technology, Computer Science or a closely related field; and seven (7) years of progressively responsible professional information technology experience, including four (4) years in a management capacity. Master's Degree in a related field is desired. KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS & ABILITIES Knowledge of: • Principles, practices and theories of information technology, information systems and information management • Operational characteristics, services and activities of a support services program including telecommunication systems, wireless/radio communications and graphic arts • Rules, regulations, policies and procedures of an information technology department • Operations, services and activities of comprehensive information technology programs 4 of 7 Director of IT/Support Svcs • Strategic planning principles, practices and procedures • Organizational structure, and overall operation, mission and goals of the City • Project management techniques and procedures • Capabilities of emerging technology and systems; computer systems, hardware and software and their capabilities and limitations; trends and developments in the field of information technology, including telecommunications and videos • Principles and procedures of a Citywide telecommunication system; theories related to wireless/radio communications, telecommunications and network communications • Business applications for computer hardware and software • Principles and practices of management and supervision including effective leadership styles and methods; supervisory practices and procedures including training, performance evaluation, and discipline • Methods of determining program needs; principles and practices of administration and program development • Principles and practices of municipal budget preparation and administration • Pertinent federal, state, and local laws governing information technology operations • Recent developments, current literature and sources of information related to information technology services, planning and administration • Public relations practices and techniques • Research methods and report writing; statistical analysis; record keeping practices and procedures • Occupational hazards and safety measures appropriate to work performed Skill to: • Operate various types of standard office equipment, including a personal computer and related software, hardware, and testing devices • Operate a motor vehicle in a safe manner Ability to: • Provide leadership and strategic direction, and oversee the activities and functions of Information Technology and Support Services • Work independently and manage and prioritize work • Conduct research and analyze complex issues, develop, recommend, and implement solutions; effectively apply knowledge and principles • Represent the City before both public and private sector agencies 5 of 7 Director of IT/Support Svcs • Identify and respond appropriately to issues, concerns and needs • Develop, implement and administer goals, objectives and procedures for providing effective and efficient services which meet the needs of the City • Direct the development of policies and regulations; manage a broad range of diverse projects simultaneously • Prepare clear and concise administrative and financial reports and other correspondence • Analyze problems, identify alternative solutions, project consequences of proposed actions and implement recommendations in support of goals; make recommendations to management • Identify and evaluate new technology and gauge the appropriateness for the City; adapt to changing technologies and learn functionality of new equipment and systems • Deploy and manage a web enabled environment and e-commerce technology; coordinate a Citywide telecommunications system and network • Communicate respectfully and effectively with a diverse internal and external customer base; maintain confidentiality of information; remain calm, and exercise sound judgment when dealing with sensitive, complex, tense and/or confrontational situations • Manage, organize, review and evaluate the work of employees; effectively train and provide professional development opportunities for staff; motivate employees to achieve goals and objectives • Communicate clearly and concisely verbally and in writing; prepare and maintain accurate written reports, correspondence, and other written materials • Use proper English, spelling, grammar and punctuation • Establish and maintain courteous, cooperative, and effective working relationships with those encountered in the course of work • Supervise, plan, train, direct, and evaluate the work of lower level staff • Serve as emergency services worker in the event of an emergency LICENSES AND/OR CERTIFICATES Possession of a valid California Class C driver's license and an acceptable driving record. SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS Satisfactory results from a background investigation, physical examination and administrative screening. May be required to occasionally work outside of regular work hours (e.g. evenings, holidays and weekends) to attend meetings and special events. 6 of 7 Director of IT/Support Svcs WORKING CONDITIONS & PHYSICAL DEMANDS: The physical and mental demands described here are representative of those that must be met by employees to successfully perform the essential functions of this class. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to stand and sit; talk or hear, both in person and by telephone; use hands to finger, handle, feel or operate standard office equipment; and reach with hands and arms. The employee frequently stands or walks, and lifts and moves records and documents or objects weighing up to 50 pounds alone, and up to 100 pounds with assistance. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, color vision, and the ability to adjust focus. The employee is regularly required to use written and oral communication skills; read and interpret financial and statistical data, information and documents; analyze and solve problems; observe and interpret people and situations; learn and apply new information or skills; perform highly detailed work on multiple, concurrent tasks; work under intensive deadlines; and interact with staff and others encountered in the course of work. The employee typically works in office conditions; the noise level moderately quiet, at or below 50 decibels. The employee may be sites or other locations for meetings. SUPPLEMENTAL INFORMATION: Flexibly Staffed: No FLSA Status: Exempt Conflict of Interest: Form 700 Required Department: Information Technology/Support Services Bonding Required: No is frequently quiet or required to travel to work 7 of 7 Director of IT/Support Svcs AT -WILL EMPLOYMENT AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE CITY OF TEMECULA AND RANDIP JOHL OLSON This employment agreement ("Agreement") is entered into by the City of Temecula ("City") and Randip Johl Olson, Director of Legislative Affairs/City Clerk ("Employee"). In addition to the terms and conditions of this Agreement, employee is a participant in the City's Management Compensation Plan and entitled to the benefits provided therewith. Recitals City desires to employ Employee as an at -will employee in the position of Director of Legislative Affairs/City Clerk. Employee desires to be the Director of Legislative Affairs/City Clerk and acknowledges that such employment is at -will. Employee shall be subject to lawful termination from employment without the City stating, showing, or proving that any cause or reason exists and/or is the basis for the City Manager's determination to terminate employee. Accordingly, employee shall not be provided with any basis or forum by which to challenge any determination by the City Manager that employee be terminated. Inasmuch as employee serves at the will of the City Manager, there is no term of this Agreement and it shall remain in force and effect unless or until terminated as provided for herein. The City Manager, pursuant to the authority granted by the City of Temecula Municipal Code and City Council, agrees to hire Employee, as an at -will employee, subject to the terms and conditions identified below. AGREEMENT Section 1: TERM The effective date of this Agreement shall be July 1, 2019. The City and Employee each retain the option of terminating the employment relationship between them at any time regardless of cause or reason. Section 2: DUTIES A. City engages Employee as the Director of Legislative Affairs/City Clerk to perform the functions and duties specified in the Classification Specification for the position (Attachment "A", incorporated herein by this reference), as the same may be modified by the City Manager, and to perform such other legally permissible and proper duties and functions as the City Manager shall assign. B. Employee agrees that to the best of his/her ability and experience that he/she will at all times conscientiously perform the du