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T-Mobile West (formerly Pacific Bell Wireless dba Cingular Wireless) A2002-79k.l -7q Toll Free: (877) 373-0093 Proi)ertyManagement@T-Mobile.com 11/13/17 City of Chino Hills 14000 City Center Drive Attn: City Clerk Chino Hills, CA 91709 Re: Lease Renewal Notice Site Address: 15535 Live Oak Rd, Chino Hills, San Bernardino California T -Mobile Site No.: IE04191A To Whom It May Concern: This letter shall serve as T -Mobile's notice to renew the agreement for another term, effective 3/24/18. T -Mobile appreciates the opportunity to continue leasing space from you. T Mobile's preferred method of payment is direct deposit using an electronic funds transfer (EFT) service. Please go to www paymode. com t -mobile to enroll, or call Paymode X toll free at 1-866-252-7366. We strongly encourage you to take advantage of this free electronic service. To process any further requests in a timely manner please include the Site number on all communications. The Site number can be found on all T -Mobile correspondence. Should you have any questions or comments, Property Management can be contacted via email or telephone as noted above. Sincerely, T -Mobile, Lease Management Team cc: T -Mobile USA, Inc., Attn: Lease Compliance, 12920 SE 38`x' Street, Bellevue, Washington 98006 T • • Mobile m - 10509 Vista Sorrento Parkway, Suite 206 San Diego, CA 92121 November 30, 2012 City of Chino Hills Attn: City Attorney 2001 Grand Ave. Chino Hills, CA 91709 hoz � 71 RECEIVED CITY MANAGER'S DEPT. Site Number: IE04191A —15535 Live Oak Road, Chino Hills, CA 91709 Re: NOTICE TO RENEW COMMUNICATION LICENSE AGREEMENT Dear Landlord: This letter shall serve as Tenant's notice to renew the above referenced agreement for another term in accordance with Section 3 (b) of the agreement, dated September 24, 2002. We appreciate the opportunity to renew our agreement with you. For immediate assistance M -F 7am-6pm, call our Landlord Hotline 877-373-0093 or email us at propertymanagement@t-mobile.com Sincerely, Digitally signed by Dwayne Gartrell �rf- DN:cn=Dwayne Gartrell, -T-Mobile, ou, �r//�� email=dwayne.gar[rell@t-mobile.com, _US Date: 2012.11.30 12:27:07 -08'00' Dwayne Gartrell Property Manager Los Angeles & San Diego Yt � <aSTENUMBER SB-191-UI SHEN:UII'. \'d1,,,0A,K-s ,ir COMMUNICATIOiN'S LICENSE AGREEMENT This LICENSE AGREEMENT ("Agreement") is entered into between Pacific Bell Wireless, LLC, a Nevada limited liability company, doing,'`,smess as Cingu!ar Wireless ("Licensee"), and the City of Chino Hills. a municipal corporation ("Licensor") this �� "day of(jr .P 2002. WHEREAS, (a) Licensor is the fee title owner of that certain real property upon which a water tank commonly known as Village Oaks Reservoir, located in the City of Chino Hills, CA (APN: 1031-011-45) and described more particularly in Attachment A hereto, which description is fully incorporated herein by this reference ("Real Property"); (b) Licensee desires to license from Licensor, on a non-exclusive basis, the right to use that certain portion of the Real Property, and those certain related easements through the Real Property for physical access and utilities, as depicted in Attachment B hereto which is fully incorporated herein by this reference ("Premises"); (c) Licensee desires to use the Premises for the installation, maintenance and operation of Licensee's communications equipment, including antenna and appurtenant antenna support structure(s), poles, dishes or masts, radio frequency transmitting and receiving equipment, primary, back-up and temporary power units, interconnection equipment, equipment cabinets, cabling, wiring, lines, conduits, pipes and accessories as more particularly described throughout this Agreement (collectively, "Communications Equipment"). Licensee's initial plans respecting installation ofrommunications Equipment and construction of related improvements on the premises is depicted in Attachment C and fully incorporated herein by this reference. A description of the Communications Equipment, including the proposed frequencies and configuration of operation is provided in Attachment D and fully incorporated herein by this reference; and (d) Licensor is willing to make the Premises available to Licensee, subject to the covenants and conditions hereinafter set forth, on a non-exclusive basis, in order to facilitate the efficient and orderly deployment of communications facilities in the City of Chino Hills. AGREEMENT NOW THEREFORE, in consideration of the mutual benefits accruing to the patties as set forth herein, and for other valuable consideration, the receipt and sufficiency of which is hereby acknowledged, the parties hereto agree as follows: 1. Grant. During the term of this Agreement, subject to the terms and conditions and covenants set forth herein, Licensor hereby grants to Licensee, on a nonexclusive basis, a license to use the Premises for the purposes permitted in Section 2. 2. Use. (a) Licensee shall use the Premises only for providing communications services relating to the transmission and reception of radio communications signals on the frequencies identified in Attachment D, or other such frequencies as may be used from time to time so long as such other usage of frequencies comply with the terms and conditions of this Agreement. Such use includes Licensee's right to install, construct, operate, maintain, repair, replace, remove and secure Communications Equipment in accordance with the terms and conditions of this Agreement. (b) The precise location of the Communications Equipment, and any construction or improvements of the Premises, shall be subject to Licensor's prior written approval in accordance with Section 6 of this Agreement. (c) Licensee shall at all times, at Licensee's sole cost and expense, install, operate, maintain, repair and remove the Communications Equipment in accordance with all applicable federal, state and local laws, codes, ordinances, rules and regulations (collectively "Laws"), and shall obtain all necessary governmental licenses, permits and approvals (collectively, "Approvals") required to install, operate, maintain, repair and remove the Communications Equipment. I NITIALED BY: \` =01101 5.11 I'M INITIALCD BY: .:�f}li 61'\Iltt?R Sti-141-SII Term. SITENAME. \511aec OaAS Rnenoir (a) The initial term of the license granted hereunder ("Term") shall commence on the Commencement Date and continue for a period of ten (10) years thereafter. For purposes of this Agreement, the "Commencement Date" shall be the first to occur of (i) issuance of a local building permit allowing Licensee to construct its facilities on the Premises, or (ii) six (6) months after the date Licensor executes this Agreement. Licensee shall give written notice to Licensor upon commencement of the installation or construction relating to the Communications Equipment. This License shall not be revoked or terminated except as expressly provided herein. (b) Licensee shall have the option to extend the Term, on the same terms and conditions as set forth in this Agreement, for up to four (4) successive terms of five (5) years each ("Renewal Terms") subject to Section 5 herein; provided that Licensee shall notify Licensor in writing of Licensee's intention to extend this Agreement at least ninety (90) days prior to expiration of the Tenn or the then -existing Renewal Term, as the case may be. Notwithstanding the foregoing, Licensee shall not have the right to extend the Term hereof, and any notice by Licensee of its intention to extend this Agreement shall be of no effect, at any time when Licensee is in default under this Agreement. 4. Fees and Costs. (a) On or before the Commencement date, and on or before thirty (30) days prior to each anniversary of the Commencement Date during the Term and each renewal Tenn, Licensee shall pay to Licensor an annual license fee in an amount of Twenty -Four Thousand and no/100 Dollars ($24,000.00), adjusted in accordance with paragrapR-M immediately below (the annual license fee, as adjusted herein, is referred to as the "License Fee"). '(b) The License Fee shall automatically increase each and every year of this Agreement, during the Term and during each Renewal Term, upon the anniversary of the Commencement Date. The amount of increase shall be the greater of (1) four percent (4%) of the License fee in effect immediately preceding the increase, or (2) the annual increase in the Consumer Price Index (All Item Base 1982 — 84 = 100) based upon the most recent report by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics for all urban consumers in the Los Angeles — Riverside — Orange County Area. Notwithstanding the foregoing, the License Fee upon which the annual increase is calculated may be adjusted prior to and effective upon each Renewal Tenn in accordance with Section 5 below. (c) Except as otherwise provided in Section 9 below, the parties hereto agree that the License Fee is fully earned on the date that it becomes due. Any refund or offset of any portion of the License Fee shall occur only as required under Section 9 below. 5. Adjustment of License Fee Upon Renewal. (a) Following Licensee's notification of intent to extend this Agreement pursuant to Section.3 above, Licensor and Licensee shall meet and confer regarding the fair rental value of the Premises. The parties may agree that the then - existing License Fee is less than the fair rental value for the Premises and adjust the License Fee accordingly. if the parties - do not agree upon a License Fee reflecting the fair rental value within fifteen (IS) days following the meet and confer date, either patty may request an appraisal. (b) If either of the parties requests an appraisal of the rental value, Licensor and Licensee shall each appoint in writing, an independent and qualified real estate appraiser meeting the criteria enumerated in paragraph (c) of this Section, within thirty (30) days of the request for an appraisal. If either party fails to appoint an appraiser, then the appraiser appointed by the patty so appointing an appraiser shall make the required appraisal acting alone, and the decision of such appraiser as to the fair rental value of the Premises shall be conclusive and binding upon Licensee and Licensor. If the two (2) appraisers are appointed by the parties as stated in this paragraph, they shall meet promptly and attempt to set the License - Fee for the Renewal Term. If they are unable to agree within thirty (30) days after the second appraiser has been appointed, they shall attempt to elect a third appraiser meeting the qualification stated in paragraph (c) within ten (10) days after the last day the two appraisers are given to set the License Fee. In the event that the two (2) appraisers so selected do not choose the third appraiser within such ten-day period, either patty may, at Licensee's expense, apply to the presidingjudge of the Superior court of the State of California for the County of Orange for the appointment of the third appraiser. ►The third appraiser, however selected, shall be a person who has not previously acted in any capacity for either party. Within thirty (30) days atter the selection of the third appraiser, a majority of the appraisers shall make the fair rental value appraisal of the - 2- INITIALED BY: OS/05N2 5:11 PM INITIALED BY: Sn't X(MBER SB -191-01 SITENANIE: Village Oaks R,.,,.0 Premises. If a majority of the appraisers are unable to set the License Fee for the Renewal Term within the stipulated time period, the three (3) appraisals shall be added together and their total divided by three (3); the resulting quotient shall be the license fee for the Premises during the Renewal Term. If, however, the low appraisal and/or the high. appraisal are/is more than fifteen percent (15%) lower and/or higher than the middle appraisal, the low appraisal and/or the high appraisal shall be disregarded. If only one appraisal is disregarded, the remaining two (2) appraisals shall be added together and their total divided by two (2); the resulting quotient shall be the License Fee for the Premises during the Renewal Term. If both the low appraisal and the high appraisal are disregarded as stated in this paragraph, the middle appraisal shall be the License Fee for the Premises during the Renewal Term. The appraisers shall conduct an appraisal of at least five (5) comparable locations to arrive at the estimated fair rental value of the Premises. Said appraisals shall be conducted at the sole cost of Licensee. For purposes of this Section, "comparable locations" shall be those sites determined in the best professional judgement of the appraiser, and the methodology used shall evaluate the highest possible comparable use of the Premises that the market will bear considering zoning regulations in effect at the time of the appraisal. If the appraisal determines that the then -existing License Fee is different than the appraised value, the License Fee shall be adjusted in accordance with the appraised value, unless the parties agree upon an alternative amount or the Licensee withdraws its request for renewal. (c) All proposed appraisers shall be qualified to do appraisals in the State of California, shall be an MAI appraiser in good standing or other appraiser acceptable to Licensor, and shall have at least ten- (10) years experience appraising commercial and industrial properties in Southern California. 6. Improvement: Installation, Early Access (a) Final plans respecting installation of Communications Equipment and construction of related physical improvements to the Real Property ("Final Plans") shall be prepared at Licensee's sole cost and expense and submitted to the Licensor for its written approval prior to any installation or construction of Communications Equipment on the Real Property. Final Plans shall be in a form and provide such content as may be reasonably required by the Licensor. Final plans shall, at a minimum, describe the specific location of all Communications Equipment and construction of all related improvements, including any and all utilities such as an emergency or back-up battery, transportable generator power, communications lines proposed to connect the Communications Equipment and the minimum point of entry (MPOE) or other point of presence of the telephone service provider at the Real Property. (b) Following execution of this Agreement and prior to the Commencement Date, Licensor shall reasonably accommodate Licensee and its authorized agents with respect to entry onto the Premises for the purpose of making inspections and engineering surveys and other tests and analyses to determine the suitability of the Premises for Communications Equipment, and to develop Final Plans; provided, however, that Licensee shall comply with any and all of the notice requirements or other limitations regarding access set forth in Attachment E hereto and fully incorporated herein, and that such access shall not interfere with any business or operation at the Premises or the Real Property. Following the Commencement Date and throughout the Term or Renewal Term of this Agreement, Licensor shall provide Licensee with access to the Premises as stated in Section 7(h) below. (c) Licensor shall not unreasonably withhold, delay or condition its approval of Final Plans. Notwithstanding the foregoing, Licensor has absolute discretion with respect to approval of (i) any proposed improvement or construction not described in Attachments B or C at the time this Agreement is executed by Licensor, and (ii) the specific location of any improvement or facility (subject only to technical feasibility). (d) Licensee shall not commence any construction at the Premises or install any equipment or facilities until and unless approved in the Final Plans or subsequently authorized in writing by the City Manager of the city of Chino Hills of his or her authorized designee. In the event that Licensee desires to relocate the Communications Equipment, or any part thereof, to a different place on the Premises, separate written approval from Licensor respecting such relocation shall be required. Any such relocation shall be at Licensee's sole cost and expense. (e) Licensee shall, at Licensee's sole cost and expense, iperform all work necessary to prepare, add, maintain and alter the Premises for Communications Equipment in accordance with the Final Plans. All construction and installation work shall be performed in a good and workmanlike manner by licensed and bonded contractors, and in accordance with applicable Laws. All such contractors shall maintain insurance in such amounts, against such risks and iP,.Guvi3-forms as Licensor shall reasonably require, including naming Licensor as an additional insured as set forth in Section 12 herein. - 3 — INITIALED BY: e� T OSI05.N2 5:11 ?\I INITIALED BY: SITENUIdo ER. s0-191-01 SITIINA,\IE N11.11Oaks Rc1c1111, Licensee shall be required to separately obtain al! necessary Approvals respecting such work by the appropriate governmental entities (f) Licensee acknowledges that neither Licensor icor any agent of Licensor has made any representation or warranty with respect to the condition of the Premises or the Real Property or with respect to the suitability of either for the conduct of Licensee's operations. The commencement of any construction or installation shall conclusively establish that the Premises and Real Property are acceptable to Licensee and are in satisfactory condition. Operation Collocation Regulations. (a) Licensee shall comply with all Laws in designing, locating and operating the Communications Equipment, including but not limited to the Wireless Communication Facilities Ordinance in the chino Hills Municipal Code, and those laws and regulations that are now or may hereafter be promulgated by the Federal Communications Commission ("FCC"). Licensee shall upon request at its sole cost and expense produce evidence of such compliance. (b) In addition to any tests that may be required by the FCC, Licensee shall, in the event Licensee increases the operating output of the Communications Equipment greater than twenty percent (20%) over the initial operating levels or the levels at the time of the last test, perform reasonable tests at its sole cost and expense to demonstrate that all applicable FCC regulations governing the emission of electro -magnetic frequency radiation from the Communications Equipment are complied with. Licensee shall upon reasonable request, which request shall not be more frequent than every twelve (12) months, perform more frequent testing (or specific additional testing if appropriate) at its sole c—osf and expense if there is evidence or reasonable concern respecting compliance with such standards. Licensee shall provide Licensor with copies of all such tests. (c) Licensee shall comply with the "Technical Requirements for Third Party Collocation" set forth in Attachment F hereto and fully incorporated herein ("Collocation Rules") with respect to the initial design, location and operation of the Communications Equipment ("Initial Design") at the Premises, and in relocating, maintaining, modifying, reconfiguring or changing the frequency or operation of such equipment after it is initially installed ('Reconfiguration"). If at any time Licensor reasonably believes that Licensee is not in compliance with any provision of the Collocation Rules, Licensee shall upon request produce to Licensor the information that is reasonably requested in order to adequately verify Licensee's compliance. (d) Licensee shall abide by the time limits and other standards of approval for requests by third party communications providers ("Other Carriers") to collocate on the Premises or Real Property as set forth in the Collocation Rules, including but not limited to, the following: a. Responding in writing to a proposed Other Carrier's preliminary plans and technical specifications within fifteen (15) business days, with failure to so respond being deemed an approval of the plans and specifications, as set forth in A.L. of the Collocation Rules; b. Negotiating in good faith with a proposed Other Carrier with respect to any objections the Licensee may have regarding the Other Carrier's plans and specifications, as set forth in A.2. of the Collocation Rules; and C. Acting in good faith in conditioning any approvals of a proposed Other Carrier's plans and specifications. (e) The Communications Equipment and Licensee's use thereof shall not disturb or interfere with (i) any communications equipment or similar equipment of any kind and nature owned or operated by Licensor at the Real Property, or (ii) any communications equipment or use at the Real Property which is authorized by Licensor and established in accordance with the Collocation Rules by an Other Carrier. in the event that the Communications Equipment as installed and configured results in material interference with Licensor or any, Other Carrier, then Licensee shall immediately terminate such interference. (f) Licensor shall, with respect to any license or other agreement entered into by Licensor with an Other Carrier after execution of this Agreement that authorized the installation of communications transmittin&.Cq patent on the Real Property, include a provision that (i) prohibits such Other Carrier from interfering with the communications operations of Communications Equipment as it is then configured, and (ii) requires the Other Carrier to comply with -all the provisions 4 - INITIALED BY:� INITIALED BY: osmvuz sn PM 'SITENVSIIiER S0.191-111 SITENAME: Village Oaks Rucrvoir set forth in the Collocation Rules in designing, locating and operating its transmitting equipment, and in reconfiguring or changing the fiequency or operation of such equipment. (o) In the event that any Other Carrier fails to abide by any provision set forth in the Collocation Rules, and if Licensee demonstrates that such failure results in material interference with the operation of Communications Equipment, Licensor will endeavor to promptly terminate such interference to the extent that Licensor has authority to do so. Licensor shall have the right, but not the obligation, to file a lawsuit on Licensee's behalf in order to terminate such interference. (11) Following the Commencement Date and throughout the Term or applicable Renewal Term of this Agreement, Licensor shall provide access to Licensee, Licensee's employees, agents, contractors and subcontractors to the Premises at all times, twenty-four (24) hours per day, seven (7) days per week, subject to the provisions of Attachment E. Licensor hereby grants to Licensee such rights of ingress and egress over I icensor's Real Property and other applicable easements held by Licensor for the purpose of access from the nearest public right-of-way to the Premises as may be necessary and consistent with the use of the Premises authorized by this License Agreement and specifically delineated in the Final Plans. (i) Subject to such reasonable rules that Licensor may in its discretion from time to time establish, Licensor shall allow Licensee's employees, agents, contractors and subcontractors to park vehicles in the parking spaces identified for such purpose in Attachment E. Such spaces shall be used only to the -extent necessary for Licensee's authorized use of the Premises as provided hereunder. S. Taxes, Utilities and Maintenance (a) Licensee shall be solely liable for any and all taxes that result, directly or indirectly, from the installation, maintenance or operation of the Communications Equipment. Notice is hereby given to Licensee pursuant to California Revenue and Taxation Code Section 107.6 that use or occupancy of any public property pursuant to the authorization herein set forth may create a possessory interest which may be subject to property taxes levied on such interest. Licensee shall pay and discharge prior to delinquency any and all posessory interest taxes or other taxes levied against Licensee's right to possession, occupancy, or use of any public property pursuant to any right of possession, occupancy, or use created by this Agreement. In the event that any increase in Licensor's real property taxes results from Licensee's installation, maintenance or operation of Communications Equipment (including any improvements to the Premises authorized under this Agreement), then Licensee shall reimburse Licensor the full amount of such increase within thirty (30) days following receipt of a written invoice of the amount owed. Licensor shall provide reasonable evidence of any such tax increase upon request. (b) Licensee shall fully and promptly pay to the appropriate utility company, for all utilities furnished to the Premises for the use, operation and maintenance of Communications Equipment. In the event Licensee is unable to acquire electric service directly from the utility company, Licensor shall provide such service to Licensee, and Licensee shall upon install at Licensee's sole expense a separate electric sub -meter. To the extent that any utility is provided by Licensor, Licensee shall reimburse Licensor for the full amount of any and all related costs incurred by Licensor which result, directly or indirectly, from the provision of such utility. Licensee shall pay as additional rent the cost of utility service provided to the Premises and attributable to Licensee's use ("Utility Charge"). Licensee shall pay the estimated cost of the Utility Charge monthly in advance, commencing on the date that Licensee first starts using utility service furnished by Licensor. The parties estimate the Utility Charge to be One Hundred Ten Dollars (SI 10.00) per month. At either party's request (which request shall not be more frequent than once every twelve (12) months), Licensee shall calculate the actual Utility Charge for the immediately preceding twelve (12) months based on the readings from the privately installed sub -meters and the then current rate of such utility. If the actual Utility Charge varies from the estimated Utility Charges paid, the parties shall adjust the charge to reflect Licensee's actual usage. No Utility Charge is due unless and until Licensee uses the utility services provided by Licensor. In f10 event shall Licensee's use of the Premises or Real Property interfere with existing utilities thereon. (c) Licensee shall maintain the Premises throughout the Term and all Renewal Terms in good condition, ordinary wear and tear excepted. Licensee shall not be required to make any repairs to the Real Property, except as stated in Section I I below and except for damage to the Real Property caused by Licensee, its employees, agents, contractors, subcontractors, subtenants or invitees. - 1 - INITIALED BY. At OS/05102 5.11 I'M INITIALED BY SITE RL\IUER SB M01 SITENMILVdl,,OA,Re,e,.r (i) the tailure by Licensee for any reason to obtain and maintain any necessary government license, permit, or approval, or failure to satisfy any condition of such license, permit or approval; (ii) the failure by Licensee for any reason to install, construct, operate or maintain the Communications Equipment in accordance with applicable laws; (iii) the installation, removal or reconfiguration of any Communications Equipment by Licensee without Licensor's prior written approval; (iv) any assignment or attempted assignment of Licensee's right or obligations hereunder except as provided in Section 17 below. (v) the vacation or abandonment of the Communications Equipment or the Premises by Licensee (abandonment shall include without limitation the failure to maintain operation of the Communications Equipment for a period of ninety (90) days or longer); or (vi) the making by Licensee of any general assignment for the benefit of creditors, or the filing by or against Licensee of a petition to have Licensee adjudged bankrupt, or a petition for reorganization or arrangement under any law relating to bankruptcy (unless, in the case of a petition filed against Licensee, the same is dismissed within thirty (30) days), or the appointment of a trustee or receiver to take possession of substantially all of Licensee's assets located at the Premises`or of Licensee's interest in this Agreement (where possession is not restored within thirty (30) days); or the attachment, execution or other judicial seizure of substantially all of Licensee's assets located at the Premises or of Licensee's interest in this Agreement (where such seizure is not discharged within thirty (30) days). (0 Except as provided otherwise in this Agreement, in the event of a default by either party hereto, non - detaching party, shall have in addition to its right of termination, the right to any other remedies available at law or in equity. (g) In the event that Licensee elects to terminate this Agreement pursuant to Sections 9(b), 9(c), 9(d), Licensee shall remove the Communications Equipment and restore the Premises to its condition existing on the Commencement Date (ordinary wear and tear excepted) within thirty (30) days of Licensor's receipt of the notice of termination. In said event, Licensor shall return to Licensee any unused portion of the annual License Fee from the date of effective termination or the date upon which the Premises are fully restored, whichever occurs later, less any termination fee applicable. (h) In the event that Licensor elects to terminate this Agreement pursuant to Sections 9(a) or 9(b), Licensee shall forfeit any unused portion of the annual License Fee. Upon such termination, Licensee shall remove the Communications Equipment and restore the Premises to its condition existing on the Commencement Date (ordinary wear and tear excepted) within thirty (30) days of Licensee's receipt of termination. If Licensee fails to restore the Premises within thirty (30) days, Licensor may recover fiom Licensee all costs reasonably necessary to remove the Communications Equipment and restore the Premises in accordance with Sections I I and 15 below. (i) The provisions of this Agreement which by their sense and context are intended to survive termination (including but not limited to the provisions of Sections 9, 11, 12, 13 and 16) shall survive termination. t0. Condemnation and Destruction of Premises. (a) If the whole of the Premises (or any portion thereof which renders the balance of the Premises unsuitable for Licensee's normal operations) are taken by any public or quasi -public authority by condemnation, or sold under threat or - in lieu of any such taking, whether separately or as part of the Real Property, this Agreement shall terminate as of the date possession is delivered to the condemning authority. Licensee shall have the right to any award specifically designated as compensation for Licensee's interest under this Agreement, the cost of removal of Communications Equipment or any other amounts recoverable under condemnation law. (b) If the Premises or the Real Property is destroyed or damages so in Licensee's judgmeut to hinder its effective use of the Premises, Licensor shall use reasonable efforts to make available to Licensee within five (5) days a - 7- INITIALED BY: i l\ 0810W2i'.11 P>I INITIALED BY: $ tNWIOLk: SE 191-01 SIIrSA\Ili %.11.110 As Naxn'uir 9. Default Temtination Remedies. (a) In the event of Licensee's breach of any monetary obligation required herein, Licensor may demand in writing that the breach be cured within ten (10) business days of the receipt of notice by the Licensee. The failure to cure such a monetary breach within the stated period shall constitute a material default of this Agreement, and Licensor may elect to terminate this Agreement immediately by providing Licensee written notice of termination. (b) In the event of breach of any material covenant or term hereof other than a monetary obligation, the non - breaching party may demand in writing that the breach be cured within thirty (30) days of the receipt of notice by the breaching party. The breaching party shall cure the breach within said thirty (30) days unless cure cannot be reasonably effected within that period of time, in which case the breaching party shall submit a written letter within said thirty (30) days stating an intent to cure said breach. After receipt of said letter of intent by the non -breaching party, the breaching party shall have such additional time as may be necessary to effect a complete cure so long as the breaching party commences the cure diligently and continuously thereafter pursues the cure to completion. (c) This Agreement may be terminated by Licensee on thirty (30) days prior written notice to Licensor upon occurrence of any one or more of the following events, in which case the unused portion of the Annual License Fee shall be refunded in accordance with Section 9(g) below. (i) prior to the Commencement Date, for any reason or for no reason at all; (ii) upon a material breach by Licensor, which is not cured in accordance with Section 9(b) above; (iii) after the Commencement Date, in the event that communications transmitting equipment installed on the Real Property by any Other Carrier material interferes with the communications operations of the Communications Equipment, and Licensee is unable to correct such interference through reasonably feasible means; (iv) at any time upon receipt of written notice that a governmental or non-governmental license, permit, consent, approval, easement or restriction waiver that is necessary to enable Licensee to install and operate Communications Equipment, cannot be obtained or renews within a required time period through no fault of Licensee; (v) Licensor withholds consent to a transfer of the License pursuant to Section 17 wherein the transfer involves the sale of all Communications Equipment on the Premises. (d) This Agreement may be terminated by Licensee on thirty (30) days prior written notice to Licensor, subject to the payment by Licensee of a termination fee in an amount equal to one-quarter (1/4) of the annual License Fee, upon occurrence of any one or more of the following events, in which case said termination fee shall be deducted from any unused portion of the annual License Fee and the remainder of the License Fee shall be refunded to Licensee in accordance with Section 9(g) below. (i) a material change in circumstances that, for economic, environmental, or technological reasons, directly causes the Premises to no longer be appropriate or suitable for Licensee's operations (including without limitation any ruling or directive of the FCC or other governmental or regulatory agency), regardless of fault; or 'a communications facility or other structure is erected or installed in the immediate vicinity of the Real Property and material interferes with communications operations of Communications Equipment, and Licensee is unable to correct such interference through reasonably feasible means. (e) In addition to the express provisions of Section 9(a) above, a material breach of this Agreement, shall include, but not be limited to, the occurrence of any one or more of the following events provided that the failure of Licensor to enforce any breach of this Agreement shall not constitute a waiver of its future right to enforce said brQclj&_ 6 - INITIALED BY 08105102 1 11 PU INITIALED E1 MTENUMBER1 S9-191-01 Sll Ii NATIE village Oaks Raercoir temporary site on the Real Property (or on other property owned or controlled by Licensor) which in Licensee's reasonable discretion is equally suitable for Licensee's use and subject to reasonable conditions regarding use and appearance. Licensee may construct, operate, and maintain substitute Communications Equipment thereon until Communications Equipment is fully restored and operational on the Premises or for a period of eighteen (18) months, whichever is sooner. 11. Removal of Communications Equipment. The Communications Equipment and any articles of equipment placed on the Premises by Licensee at its sole expense shall be and remain the personal property of Licensee and may be removed by Licensee at any time during the Term or Renewal Term; provided that Licensee is not in default hereunder, and; provided further that Licensee shall repair any damage caused by such removal and shall restore the Premises and Real Property to its condition existing upon the execution of this Agreement. If Licensee fails to remove all of its effects from the Premises upon termination of this Agreement for any cause whatsoever, Licensor may, at its option, immediately remove the same in any manner that Licensor shall choose and discard, sell or store said effects without liability of any kind for loss thereof, and repair and restore the Premises and Real Property. Any Communications Equipment lawfully removed by Licensor pursuant to this Section shall become the sole property of Licensor. Licensee agrees to pay Licensor upon demand any and all expenses incurred in connection therewith, including court costs, attorneys' fees, costs of removal, storage costs for the length of time they shall be in Licensor's possession, costs of repairing the Premises and Real Property and costs of sale. 12. Insurance. Without limiting Licensee's obligation or liability under Section 13, during the Term and any Renewal Terns, and thereafter until the removals required under Section 11 are complete, and prior to the Commencement Date if Licensee enters the Real Property under Section 5 (b), Licensee shall maintain, at tt`s own expense, commercial general liability insurance (including contractual liability), naming Licensor as additional insured, providing coverage limits of not less than S 1,000,000 per occurrence and $1,000,000 annual aggregate, insuring against any covered liability of Licensee and its employees and agents arising out of an in connection with the installation, maintenance, operation and presence of the Communication Equipment on the Premises. Commercial general liability shall be issued with companies reasonably satisfactory to Licensor or having an A.M. Best Company rating of A- VII or better. Licensee shall provide Licensor with a certificate of insurance prior to the Commencement Date and at any time upon request. Notwithstanding the foregoing, Licensee shall have the right to self -insure with respect to any of the above insurance, provided Licensee, upon request by Licensor, provides evidence that self-insurance is authorized by the State of California. 13. Indemnification. (a) Licensee shall indenmify, defend, protect and hold harmless Licensor and its officials, agents and employees from and against any and all claim, cause of action, demand, injury, damage, liability, loss, cost or expense, including but not limited to reasonable attorneys' fees (collectively, "Claim") that arises out of or is in any way related to Licensee's use or occupancy of the Premises. including without limitation the installation, construction, m maintenance, operation or removal of the Communications Equipment; provided, however, that this indemnity shall not apply to the extend that any Claim solely results from the gross negligence or willful misconduct of Licensor, its public officials, agents and/or employees. (b) Licensee shall, promptly upon request by Licensor, cause any mechanic's or materialman's liens filed in connection with any work done on the Premises or the Real Property by or at the request or direction of Licensee to be released by posting an appropriate release therefor. 14. Limitation of LiabilitN. (a) Licensor shall not be liable to Licensee, its affiliates, or any of its or their directors, officers, partners, shareholders. agents, employees or contractors for damage to tate Communications Equipment or any other property belonging to Licensee from an cause, except for any damage caused by the gross negligence or willful misconduct of Licensor, its employees. or agents. (b) Licensee waives all claims against Licensor and its Iemployees for damage to persons or Comnrumcations Equipment or property arising for any reason other than a claim based on the gross negligence or willful misconduct of Licensor or its agents or employees. ► t i' - INITIALED BY: ,'CE 118,05/025 -II PM INITIALED BY: �` "M .11 MBE.R 1E-1111,111 SITENAME: Y11., Wks Reservoir (c) Licensor, its officials, agents, and employees shall have no liability for any interruption of utility service, except to the extent caused by the gross negligence or willful misconduct of Licensor or its agents or employees. (d) Licensee acknowledges that under no circumstances, including but not limited to condemnation or breach of this Agreement, shall Licensor be liable to Licensee for any incidental or consequential damages, including but not limited to any loss of income, business or profits, arising out of Licensee's use of the Premises or Licensor's performance or non- performance under this Agreement, even if Licensor has been advised of the possibility of such damages. (e) Licensor shall not be responsible for any damages, losses, or liability of any kind occurring by reason of anything done or permitted to be done by any third party, including without limitation any and all damages, losses, or liability arising from (1) the issuance or approval by the City of a permit to any third party, or (ii) any interruption of services provided by Licensee at the Premises due to any third party failure to abide by FCC regulations, Collocation Rules, or any other applicable Laws or agreement with Licensor, or (iii) any action taken by a third party in respect to the Collocation Rules. (f) Licensee acknowledges and agrees that the Other Carriers shall not be deemed Licensor's agent or employee for any purpose. 15. Performance Bond. Prior to the Commencement Date, Licensee shall deposit with Licensor a performance bond in the amount of Ten Thousand Dollars ($10,000) or provide such other security instrument as may be approved by the City Manager in writing. This performance bond or other security shall be used to secureTfaithful performance by Licensee of all of the work, construction, installation, payments, removals, terms, covenants and conditions required by Licensee hereunder within the time periods set forth herein. Any performance bond shall be in a form approved by the City Attorney. 16. Hazardous Substances. (a) From the date of execution of this Agreement throughout the Term or Renewal Term, Licensee shall not use, store, manufacture or maintain on the Real Property or Premises any Hazardous Substances except (i) in such quantities and types found customary in Communications Equipment operations as is identified on Attachment G hereto and fully incorporated herein, or (ii) petroleum and petroleum products contained within regularly operated motor vehicles.. Licensee shall handle, store and dispose of all Hazardous Substances it brings onto the Real Property or Premises in accordance with applicable Laws. (b) For purposes of this Agreement, the term "Hazardous Substances" means: (i) any substance, product, waste or other material of any nature whatsoever which is or becomes listed, regulated, or addressed pursuant to the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation and Liability Act, 42 U.S.C. Section 9601 et seq. ("CER -LCA"); the Hazardous Materials Transportation Act, 49 U.S.C. Section 1801, et seq.; the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act, 42 U.S.C. Section 6901 et seq. (RCRA"); the Toxic Substances Control Act, 15 U.S.C. Section 2601 et seq.; the Clean Water Act, 33 U.S.C. Section 1251 et seq.; the California Hazardous Waste Control Act, Health and Safety Code Section 2510 et seq.; the California Hazardous Substance Account Act, Health and Safety Code Sections 25330 et seq.; the California Safe Drinking Water and Toxic Enforcement Act, Health and Safety Code Sections 25249 or seq.; California Health and Safety Code Sections 25280 et seq. (Underground Storage of Hazardous Substances); the California Hazardous Waste Management Act, Health and Safety Code Sections 25170, et seq.; California Health and Safety Code Sections 25501 et seq.; (Hazardous Materials Response Plans and Inventory); or the Porter -Cologne Water Quality Control Act, Water Code Sections 13000 et seq., all as they, from time to time may be amended, (the above-cited statutes are here collectively referred to as "the Hazardous Substances Laws") or any other federal, state or local statute law. ordinance, resolution, code, rule, regulation, order or decree regulatina,'relating to, or imposing liability or standards of conduct concerning, any hazardous, toxic or dangerous waste, substance or material, as now or at any time hereafter in effect; (ii) any substance, product, waste or other material of any nature whatsoever which may give rise to liability under any of the above statutes or under any statutory or common law theory, includine but not limited to negligence, trespass, intentional tort, nuisance, waste or strict liability or under any repotted decisions of a state or federal court; (iii) petroleum or crude oil; and (iv) asbestos. (c) Notwithstanding any contrary provision of this Agreement. and in addition to the indetwtification duties of Licensee set forth in Section 13, Licensee agrees to indemnify, defend with counsel reasonably acceptable to Licensor, protect, and hold harmless to Licensor, its officials, officers, counsel reasonably acceptable to Licensor, protect, and hold - 9- INITIALED BY: 08105102 5:11 PM INITIALED BY: � SITE ND010 ER. Sa-191-01 SLENAMIi \'illaga Oaks Ras.rvau harmless the Licensor, its officials, officers, employees, agents, and assigns from and against any and all losses, tines, penalties, claims, damages, judgments, or liabilities, including, but not limited to, any repair, cleanup, detoxification, or preparation and implementation of any remedial, response, closure or other plan of any kind or nature which the Licensor, its officials, officer, employees, agents, or assigns may sustain or incur or which may be imposed upon them in connection with the use of the Real Property or the Premises provided under this.Agreement, arising from or attributable to the storage or deposit of Hazardous Substance on or under the Real Property or the Premises. This Section 16 is intended to operate as an agreement pursuant to Section 107(e) of CERCLA, 42 USC Section 9607(e), and California Health and Safety Code Section 25364, to insure, protect, hold harmless, and indemnify Licensor for any claim pursuant to the Hazardous Substance Laws or the common law. (d) Licensor agrees that Licensor will not, and will not authorize any third party to use, generate, store, or dispose of any Hazardous Substances on, under, about or within the Real Property or the Premises in violation of any law or regulation. Licensor and Licensee each agree to defend, indemnify and hold harmless the other and the other's partners, affiliates, agents and employees against any and all losses, liabilities, claims and/or costs (including reasonable attorneys' fees and costs) arising from any breach of any representation, warranty or agreement contained in this Section 16. This Section 16 shall survive the termination of this Agreement. Upon expiration or earlier termination of this Agreement, Licensee shall surrender and vacate the Real Property and Premises and deliver possession thereof to Licensor on or before the termination date free of any Hazardous Substances released into the environment at, on or under the Premises which are directly attributable to Licensee. 17. Transfer of License. —� (a) All of the terms and provisions contained herein shall inure to the benefit of and shall be binding upon the parties hereto and their respective successors and assigns. This Agreement and the rights and obligations of Licensee hereunder shall not be assigned, transferred, or hypothecated (Collectively referred to as "transferred"), in whole or in pact, by Licensee without the express written consent of the Licensor, which consent shall not be unreasonably withheld, delayed or conditioned. Any attempted transfer in violation of this Section 17 shall be void. Except as provided below, the transfer of the rights and obligations of Licensee to any successor in interest or entity acquiring fifty-one percent (51%) or more of Licensee's stock or assets, shall be deemed an assignment requiring Licensor's consent hereunder. Licensee shall provide Licensor at least thirty (30) days advanced written notice of any proposed transfer. (b) If Licensee desires at any time to effect a transfer, it shall first deliver to Licensor (1) a written request for approval, (2) the name, address and most recent financial statements of the proposed transferee, and (3) the proposed instrument of assignment or sublease, which in the case of assignment shall include a written assumption by the assignee of all obligations of Licensee under the Agreement arising from and after the effective date of assignment. (c) Notwithstanding paragraph 17(a) above, Licensee may, without Licensor's prior approval and in Licensee's sole discretion, from time to time, do any of the following: (1) grant to any one person or entity a security interest in some or all of Licensee's Communications Equipment and/or other property used in connection with the Premises; and (2) assign financial and/or operating interest in Licensee: (i) to any entity which has, directly, or indirectly, a thirty percent (30%) or greater interest in Licensee (a "Parent") or in which Licensee or a Parent has a thirty percent (30%) or greater interest (an "Affiliate"); (ii) to any entity with which Licensee and/or any Affiliate may merge or consolidate; (iii) to a buyer of substantially all of the outstanding ownership units or assets of Licensee or any Affiliate; or (iv) to the holder or transferee of the Federal Communications Commission ("FCC") license under which the Communications Equipment is operated, upon FCC approval of any such transfer. Any such assignment shall not be effective until the assignee signs and delivers to Licensor a document in which the assignee responsibility for all of Licensee's obligations under the Agreement arisin� from and after the effective date of assignment. 18. Title. Licensor warrants and represents to Licensee that (i) Licensor has full authority to enter into this Agreement and to grant the licenses provided herein; (ii) Licensor has fee title to the Real Property, subject fp-those matters affecting title shown in Attachment A and, to Licensor's knowledge, there are no undisclosed liens, judgments or impeachments of title on the Real Property that affect this Agreement. - to- MITIALEDaY: A 08105102 5:11 PAI INITIALED BY: - 1 \ITENUMBER 1B.1e1-11i SITENAMG Yllaye OaAs Remrcoir 19. Licensor's Non -Interference. Licensor agrees that it will not, without Licensee's prior written consent, cause or knowingly permit any interference with Licensee's use of the Premises as authorized in Section 2 hereof, provided, however, that any colocation required by Licensor required by Licensor or requested by an Other Carrier in compliance with the Collocation Rules, the provisions of this Agreement, and all Laws, and any legal and continuing use, operation or business of the Premises or Real Property existing at the time of the date of this Agreement, shall not be deemed a cause or knowing permission of interference by the Licensor under this Section 19. Notwithstanding anything in this Section 19, however, Licensor's liability is limited as set forth in Section 14 of this Agreement. Moreover, nothing in this Agreement restricts, modifies, or affects in any way the Licensor's rights to enforce its Code, including its Wireless Communications Facilities Ordinances, revoke or suspend any permits or approvals given to the Licensee or hold any hearings in connection therewith, and such enforcement shall not be deemed an interference with Licensee's use of the Premises. 20. Miscellaneous. (a) If any provision of this Agreement is declared by a court of competent jurisdiction to be invalid or unenforceable, then the remainder of this Agreement shall not be affected thereby and shall continue to be valid and enforceable to the fullest extent permitted by law. (b) The waiver by either party of any breach or violation of any provision of this Agreement shall not be deemed a waiver or continuing wavier by that party of any subsequent breach or violation of the same or aa3'6ther provision of this Agreement. (c) Any notice or demand required herein shall be given personally, by certified mail, postage prepaid, return receipt requested, or by reliable overnight courier to the address of the respective parties set forth in paragraph (h) of this Section. Any notice served by certified mail or by reliable overnight courier shall be deemed delivered on the date of receipt as shown on the certification of receipt or on the date receipt is refused as shown on the records or manifest of the U.S. Postal Service or such courier. Licensor or Licensee may from time to time designate any other address for this purpose by written notice to the other party given in the foregoing manner. (d) In the event of any dispute or legal proceeding between the parties arising out of or relating to this Agreement or its breach, the substantially prevailing party shall be entitled to recover from the non -prevailing party all fees, costs and expenses, including but not limited to attorneys' and expert witness fees, incurred in connection with such dispute or legal proceeding, any counterclaims or cross-complaints, any action to confirm, correct or vacate an arbitration award, any appeals and any proceeding to establish and recover such costs and expenses, in such amount as the court or arbitrator determines reasonable. Without limiting the foregoing, any party entering a voluntary dismissal of any legal proceeding without the consent of the opposing party in such proceeding shall be deemed the non -prevailing party. (e) This Agreement shall be governed, construed and interpreted under the laws of the State of California. This Agreement shall be construed as a whole and in accordance with its fain meaning. This Agreement shall not be interpreted or construed against the party preparing it. (t) This Agreement including attachments and riders constitutes the entire agreement and understanding between the patties, and supersedes all offers, negotiations and other agreements, written or oral, concerning the subject matter contained herein. There are no representations or understandings of any kind not set forth herein. Any amendments to this Agreement shall be effective only if in writing and executed by both parties. (g) Licensee shall reimburse 611 costs of Licensor, including attorneys' fees and costs, incurred in the preparation and review of this Agreement, Attachments thereto, and any related approval or document necessary to the execution of this Agreement, not to exceed Two Thousand Five Hundred Dollars ($2,500.00). Such costs must be paid to Licensor prior to the Commencement Date and prior to approval of any Final Plans of Licensee. (h) Any notices which either party may desire to give to Tile other party under this Agreement, must be in writing and may be given either by (i) delivery by a reputable document delivery service, such as but not Umited to, Federal Express, which provides a receipt showing date and time of delivery, or (ii) mailing in the United States Mail, certified mail, t t - INITIALLED BY: i OSI051025tl I I'M INITIALED BY: fi SITENMIBER'. SB -191-01 40 SITENASIE, Village OaAa Reser.uir postage prepaid, return receipt requested, addressed to the address of the Pam' as set forth below or at any other address as that party may later designate by notice: To Licensor: City of Chino Hills 2001 Grand Avenue Chino Hills, CA 91709 Amt: City Clerk Tele: (909) 364-2600 Fax: (909)364-2695 To Licensee: Cingular Wireless 6100 Atlantic Boulevard MailCode GAN02 Norcross, GA 30071 Attn: Network Real Estate Administration With copy to: Cingular Wireless 2521 Michelle Drive, 2"d floor Tustin, CA 92780 Attn: tiegal Department Tele: (800) 355-1802 Fax: (800)394-9242 (i) All statements provided in the Recital or Preamble to this Agreement are hereby incorporated as a material part of this Agreement. a) The person or persons executing this Agreement on behalf of Licensee warrants and represents that he/she has the authority to execute this Agreement on behalf of the Licensee and has the authority to bind Licensee to performance of its obligations hereunder. [SIGNATURE PAGE FOLLOWS] 12- INITIALED BY: \ 08 01 5 11 I'M INITIALED BY: at SITE NrUIE\'illaye Oaks Reservoir IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the parties have executed this Agreement as of Sept. 24 , 2002. LICENSEE: PACIFIC BELL WIRELESS, LLC, a Nevada limited liability company By: GSM FACILITIES, LLC, its sole member By: CINGULAR WIRELESS, LLC, its agent Name: Charles Vranel- Title: Vice President Real_ Estate's ecial Projects Date: S i L1 W2� LICENSOR: CITY OF CHINO HILLS, a municipal corporation B ame_ Sames S. Thalman Title:Mavor Pro Tem Date: Sept. 24. 2002 — ~ Tax ID#: ATTEST By: dam/ City Clerk - 13- 08105103 5 It PM APPROVED AS TO FORM By: Mark D. Hensley, City Attorney INITIALED BY _ INITIALED BY ss SITE NAME: Village Oaks Reservoir SITE NUMBER S6-191-01 ATTACHM. ENT A LEGAL DESCRIPTION OF REAL PROPERTY Real Property of which Premises are a part is legally described as follows: APN: 1031-011-45 All of that certain real property located in the County of San Bernardino, State of California, being more particularly described as rollows: Lot Z of Tract 13313, in the City of CHINO HILLS, County of SAN BERNARDINO, State of California, as per Map recorded in Book 201, Page(s) 23 through 33, and as amended in Book 248, page(s) 92 - 103, inclusive, of Maps, in the Office of the County Recorder of said County. Except that portion, conveyed by Grant Deed recorded August 6, 1996,. -as Instrument No. 1996284771, Official Records, described pursuant to Certificate of Compliance recorded August 6, 1996 as Instrument No. 19960284772 Except all oil, minerals, hydrocarbons, etc., rights lying more than 500 feet below the surface, without surface entry, as reserved in the deeds recorded March 31, 1980, as Instrument No. 80-078005, 80-078006, 80-078007, 80- 078008, 80-078009 and 80-078010, all of Official Records. Also except an undivided 15/16 interest in and to all coal, lignite, petroleum, naptha, oil, gas, asphaltum and all other hydrocarbon and like substances existing upon, in or under said land, as reserved in the deed recorded February 20, 1981, as Instrument No. 81-037532, Official Records. - - 1a - INITIALED 13Y INII'IALED UY: 08/05/0' S I I I'M P.- SITE NUMBER: SB -191-01 l ( SITE NAME Villnu Oaks Reservoir ATTACHMENT B DESCRT_PTION OF PREMISES The Premises consist of those areas described/shown below and where Lessee's communications antennae, equipment, cables and utilities occupy Lessor's Property. The Premises and the associated utility connections and access, including easements, ingress, egress, dimensions, and locations as described/shown below, are approxnnate only and may be adjusted or changed by Lessee at the time of construction to reasonably accommodate sound engineering criteria and the physical features of Lessor's Property. See attached Site Plan dated 06-26-02, identified as SB -191 -01 -P2 -B1 A final drawing, Site Plan, or copy of a property survey substantially depicting the above will replace this Attachment "B" when initialed by Lessor. Notes 1. This Attachment may be replaced by a land survey or Site Plan of the Premises once it is received by Lessee. 2. Setback of the Premises from the Lessor's boundaries shall be the distance required by the applicable governmental authorities. 3. Width of access road shall be the width required by the applicable governmental authorities, including police and fire departments. 0'- 4. The type, number and mounting positions and locations of antennas and transmission lines are illustrative only. Actual types, numbers, mounting positions may vary fi•om what is shown above. i - 15- INITIALED BY: 08/05/02 5:11 PM INITIALED BY: NOTE: THE APPLICANT SHALL BE REQUIRED TO REPAIR THE TRENCHING DAMAGE AND ANY OTHER DAMAGED OPEN SPACE AREA WITH A NONE IRRIGATED HYDROSEED. THE CITY'S BUILDING AND SAFETY EROSION CONTROL HYDROSEED MIX OF NATIVE AND ADAPTED PLANT MATERIAL WILL BE ADEQUATED, "I . �ii� t��ji (JL) 0 10' 40' HO' SCALE: 1 "=40' PROPRIETARY INFORMATION THE INTORUATION 1014TAINED IN TH!: OJCUNENTS IS -LO;: kE OTHER THAN THAT WHICF RELATES TO CINGULAR -IRELES` iS STRICTLY PROHIBITED. OATS: 06-26-02 ARCHITECT: 1]S DRAWN BY: RC CHECKED BY: P.GU REVISIONS '.EV i DATE DESCRIPTION BY 1 06-02 (ISSUED FOR y o J - k _ _ SIT; NUMBER: SB-191-01-P2-Bl- SIT- TYPE: POLE ANTENNA INSTALLATION LOCATION: VILLAGE OAKS RESERVOIR -Mlllf HILLS, CA 9171 SITE P SHEET NUMBER: A-1 J 0 4V : C,o Li •� - r p o -Do N N W _Q Q Z 0 W 0 J � J LJ J U U C) Z N N y o J - k _ _ SIT; NUMBER: SB-191-01-P2-Bl- SIT- TYPE: POLE ANTENNA INSTALLATION LOCATION: VILLAGE OAKS RESERVOIR -Mlllf HILLS, CA 9171 SITE P SHEET NUMBER: A-1 : C,o •� - r p y o J - k _ _ SIT; NUMBER: SB-191-01-P2-Bl- SIT- TYPE: POLE ANTENNA INSTALLATION LOCATION: VILLAGE OAKS RESERVOIR -Mlllf HILLS, CA 9171 SITE P SHEET NUMBER: A-1 i �S[Tt NGMBER SB -191-01 ATTACHMENT C SITE NAME: Village Oaks Reservoir INITIAL PLANS REGARDING CONSTRUCTION AND IMPROVEMENTS See attached plans dated 06-26-02, identified as SB- 19 1 -0 1 -P2-B I - 16- INITIALED BY: 08/05/02 5:11 PM INITIALED BY: UtN_ tKm ryUIIFb I1. DRAWINGS ARE NOT TO BE SCALED. WRITTEN DIMENSIONS TAKE PRECEDENCE. AND THIS SET OF PLANS IS INTENDED TO BE USED FOR DIAGRAMMATIC PNR"OSES O'ILr. G;N,SS NOTED Gi HfRh. SE. i F'IE1,41 t,ONTRt,;,l,;^" I Sr:OPL O. %%DkK SHALL INCLUDE FL"f NIS:.!!IG ALL MATER.AIS, EuUIFn,L'-", LARnR, AND ANYTHING ELSE DEEMED NECESSARY TO COMPLETE INSTALLATIONS AS DESCRIBED HEREIN. 2. PRIOR TO THE SUBMISSION OF BIDS, THE CUNTRACTORS INVOLVED SHALL VISIT THE JOB SITE AND FAMILIARIZE THEMSELVES WITH ALL COND,TIONS AFFECT! -JG THE PROPOSED P,-OJECT, WITH THE CONSIRUCTIGN AND CONT^ACT DOCUMENTS, FIELD CONDITIONS AND CONFIRM THAT THE: PROJECT MAY P= ACCOMPLISHED AS SHOWN PRIOR TO PROCEEDING WITH CONSTRUCTION. ANY ERRORS, OMISSIONS. OR DISCREPANCIES ARE TO BE BROUGHT TO THE ATTENTION OF THE ARCHITECT/ENGINEER. 3. THE GENERAL CONTRACTOR SHALL RECEIVE WRITTEN AUTHORIZATION TO PROCEED WITH CONSTRUCTION PRIOR TO STARTING WORK ON ANY REM NOT CLEARLY DEFINED BY THE CONSTRUCTION DRAWINGS/CONTRACT DOCUMENTS. 4. THE CONTRACTOR SHALL SUPERVISE AND DIRECT THE PROJECT DESCRIBED HEREIN. THE CONTRACTOR SHALL BE SOLELY RESPONSIBLE FOR ALL CONSTRUCTION MEANS, METHODS, TECHNIQUES, SEQUENCES AND PROCEDURES AND FOR COORDINATING ALL PORTIONS OF THE WORK UNDER THE CONTRACT. 5. THE CONTRACTOR SHALL INSTALL ALL EQUIPMENT AND MATERIALS ACCORDING TO MANUFACTURER'S/VENDOR'S SPECIFICATIONS UNLESS NOTED OTHERWISE OR WHERE LOCAL CODES OR ORDINANCES TAKE PRECEDENCE. 6. ALLWORK PERFORMED ON PROJECT AND MATERIALS INSTALLED SHALL BE IN STRICT ACCORDAJ„ E WITH ALL APPLICABLE CODES, REGULATIONS, AND ORDINANCES. CONTRACTOR SHALL GIVE ALL NOTICES AND COMPLY WITH ALL LAWS, ORDINANCES, RULES, REGULATIONS AND LAWFUL ORDERS OF ANY PUBLIC AUTHORITY. MUNICIPAL AND UTIUTY COMPANY SPECIFICATIONS, AND LOCAL AND STATE JURISDICTIONAL CODES BEARING ON THE PERFORMANCE OF THE WORK. 7. GENERAL CONTRACTOR SHALL PROVIDE AT THE PROJECT SITE A FULL SET OF CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS UPDATED WITH THE LATEST REVISIONS AND ADDENDA OR CLARIFICATIONS FOR USE BY ALL PERSONNEL INVOLVED WITH THE PROJECT. I8. THE STRUCTURAL COMPONENTS OF THIS PROJECT SITE/FACILTIY ARE NOT TO BE ALTERED BY THIS CONSTRUCTION PROJECT UNLESS NOTED OTHERWISE. 9. DETAILS INCLUDED HEREIN ARE INTENDED TO SHOW ENO RESULT OF DESIGN. MINOR MODIFICATIONS MAY BE REOUIREO TO SUIT JOB CONDITIONS OR SITUATIONS, AND SUCH MODIFICATIONS SHALL BE INCLUDED AS PART OF THE SCOPE OF WORK. I10. SEAL PENETRATIONS THROUGH FIRE -RATED AREAS WITH U.L. LISTED OR FIRE MARSHAL A PROVED MATERIALS IF APPLICABLE TO THIS FACILITY AND OR PROJECT SIZE 11. PROVIDE A PORTABLE FIRE EXTINGUISHER WITH A RATING OF NOT LESS THAN 2-A OR 2-AtOBC WITHIN 75 FEET TRAVEL DISTANCE TO ALL PORTIONS OF THE PROJECT AREA DURING CONSTRUCTION. 12. THE CONTRACTOR SHALL MAKE NECESSARY PROVISIONS TO PROTECT EXISTING IMPROVEMENTS, EASEMENTS, PAVING, CURBING, ETC. DURING CONSTRUCTION. UPON COMPLETION OF WORK, CONTRACTOR SHALL REPAIR ANY DAMAGE THAT MAY HAVE OCCURRED DUE TO CONSTRUCTION ON OR ABOUT THE PROPERTY. 13. CONTRACTOR SHALL SEE TO R THAT GENERAL WORK AREA IS KEPT CLEAN AND HAZARD FREE DURING CONSTRUCTION; DISPOSE OF ALL DIRT, DEBRIS, AND RUBBISH: AND REMOVE EQUIPMENT NOT SPECIFIED AS REMAINING ON THE PROPERTY. PREMISES SHALL BE LEFT IN CLEAT CONDITION AND FREE FROM PAINT SPOTS, DUST, OR SMUDGES OF ANY NATUR= 14. THE ARCH--CTS/ENGINE-ERS HAVE MADE EVERY EFFORT TO SET FORTH IN THE CONSTRUCTION AND CONTRACT DOCUMENTS THE COMPLETE SCOPE OF WORK. CONTRACTORS BIDDING THE JOB ARE NEVERTHELESS CAUTIONED THAT MINOR OMISSIONS OR ERRORS IN THE DRAWINGS AND OR SPECIFICATIONS SHALL NOT EXCUSE SAID CONTRACTOR FROM COMPLETING THE PROJECT AND IMPROVEMENTS IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE INTENT OF THESE DOCUMENTS. THE BIDDER SHALL BEAR THE RESPONSIBILITY OF NOTIFYING (IN WRITING) THE ARCHTCT/ENGINEER OF ANY CONFUCTS, ERRORS. OR OMISSIONS PP.IOR TO THE SUBMISSION OF CONTRACTOR'S PROPOSAL IN' THE VVE ^, OF DISCREPANCIES THE CONTRACTOR SHALL PRICE THE MORE COSTLY OR 'EXTENSIVE WORK, UNLESS DIRECTED OTHERWISE. 15. CONTRACTOR MUST PERFORM WORK. DURING OWNER'S PREFERRED HOURS TO AVOID DISTURBING NORMAL BUSINESS. 116. IT SHALL BE THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE CONTRACTOR TO LOCATE ALL EXISTING UTITUTIES WHETHER SHOWN HEREON OR NOT AND TO PROTECTTHEM FROM DAMAGE. THE CONTRACTOR SHALL BEAR ALL EXPENSE OF REPAIR OR REPLACEMENT IN CONJUCTION WITH THE EXECUTION OF THIS WORK I17 THE CONTi.ACTOR SHALL VERIFY THE NUMBER AND LOCATION OF ALL EQUIPMENT ANCHORS WITH THE EQUIPMENT MANUFACTURERS, DIRECT IONS TO SITE FROM TUSTIN, TAKE N15 NORTH TO 55 FWY (RIVERSIDE), TO 91 EAST, TO 71 NORTH. EXIT CHIO HILLS PARKWAY, EXIT LEFT UNDER FWY AND PROCEED TO PEYTON DR. GO LEFT TO VALLE VISTA. CURVE AROUND VALLE VISTA TO TALL OAK DR, GO RIGHT TO LIVE OAK DR; PROCEED TO THE END OF THE RD. WATER TANK IS UP THE DRIVEWAY LABELED OLD WORLD DEVELOPMENT. VICINITY MAP S•rrlBOLS ---------- PROPERTY LINE UTILITY PURVEYORS WATER - CITY OF CHINO HILLS SEWER - CITY OF CHINO HILLS GAS - SOUTHERN CALIF. GAS CO. TELEPHONE - PACIFIC BELL ELECTRICAL - SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA EDISON APPLICANT ARCHITECT LINGULAR WIRELESS MSA ASSOCIATES CONTACT: MARK RIVERA CONTACT: RUSS ULEP 2521 MICHELLE AVENUE 2062 BUSINESS CENTER DRIVE, TUSTIN, CA 92780 SUITE 150, IRVINE, CA. 92612 (714) 734-7300 PHONE: (949) 251-1177 CONSULTANTS FAX: (949) 251-1120 S B A ;N0.SURVEYOR CONTACT: DAYNA AGUIRRE 3151 AIRWAY AVENUE SCHMIDT CONSULTING INC. SUITE F-120 17985 SKY PARK CIRCLE, SUITE D COSTA MESA, CA. 92626 IRVINE, CA. 92614 PHONE: (714) 557-6052 CONTACT: MIKE RAPHAEL FAX: (714) 557-6249 PHONE: (949) 955-3070 OWNER FAX: (949) 955-3093 CITY OF CHINO HILLS 2001 GRAND AVENUE CHINO HILL, CA 91709 PHONE: (909) 364 2600 FAX: (909) 364 2695 SITE CONTACT: HENRY NOH PHONE: (909) 364-2761 FAX: (909) 364-2795 ADA COMPLIANCE NOT APPLICABLE FOR USC 1103.1.1-1 LEGAL DESCRIPTION Lot Z o' Tract 13313, in the City of CHINO HILLS, County or SAN BERNARDINO. State of California, as per Map recorced in Book 201, Page(s) 23 through 33, and as amended in Book 248, pone(s) 52- 103, inclusive, of Maps, in the Office of the County Recorder of saic County. Except that portion, conveyed by Grant Deed recorded August 6, 1996, as Instrument No.1996284771, Official Recares, described pursuant to Certificcle of Compliance reccrded Auausi 6, 1995 cs Instrument No.19960284772 Except all ail, min -15, hyEroccrbpns, etc., rights lying more than SCO feet below the surface, without surface entry. as reserved in the deeds recorded March 31, 1980, as Instrument Nc.80-07.5005. 80-078006.80-078007,80- 078008. 80-078005 and 80-078010, all of Official Records. Also except on undivided 15/16 interest in and to all cool, lignite, petroleum. naptha, o;L gas, asphaltum cnr_ all otner hydrocarbon and like substances ezlsling upon, in or under scic land, cs reserved ir, the deed recorded February, 20, 1981, as Instrument No.81-037532. Official Records. ZONING PD -23-152 (R -S) APN 1031-011-45 , M ti _ cM yt � - IW I II--�� L- SB -1 91 —01 POLE ANTENNA VILLAGE OAKS SHEET INDEX T-1 TITLE SHEET A-1 SITE PLAN A-2 CONSTRUCTION PLAN A-3 - EVATIONS A-4 ELEVATIONS A-5 DETAILS E-1 ELECTRICAL SITE PLAN SINGI-F IINF DIAnwky E-2 PANEL SCHEDULE k GROUNDING PLAN E-3 TELCO d GROUNDING NOTES C-1 TOPOGRAPHIC SITE SURVEY AN UNMANNED, WIRELESS j COMMUNICATION PCS I EQUIPMENT INSTALLATION 1. THIS EXHIBIT MAY BE REPLACED BY A LAND SURVEY OR SITE PLAN OF THE PREMISES ONCE IT IS RECEIVED BY LESSEE. 2. SETBACK OF THE PREMISES FROM THE LESSOR'S BOUNDARIES SHALL BE THE DISTANCE REOUIRED BY THE APPLICABLE GOVERNMENTAL AUTHORITIES. 3. WIDTH OF THE ACCESS ROAD SHALL BE THE WIDTH REOUIREO BY THE APPLICABLE AUTHORITIES, INCLUDING POLICE AND FIRE DEPARTMENTS. 4. THE TYPE, NUMBER AND MOUNTING POSITIONS AND LOCATIONS OF ANTENNAS AND TRANSMISSION LINES ARE ILLUSTRATIVE ONLY. ACTUAL TYPES, NUMBERS, AND MOUNTING PCS!TIONS MAY VARY FROM WHAT IS SHOWN ABOVE. INSTALLATION RESERVOIR APPROVALS PRINT NAME SIGNATURE DATE I ICW MANAGER I I CONSTRUCTION COORDINATOR INTERCONNECT j ENGINEER RF ENGINEER SITE ACQUISITION I I PLANNING LLANDLORD PROJZCT SUMMARY THE PROPOSED PROJECT ENTAILS: INSTALLATION OF (4) BTS (BASE TRANSCEIVER STATION) CABINETS MOUNTED ON CONCRETE SILAE; INSTALLATION OF (3) PANEL ANTENNAS S (6) LNA BOXES MOUNTED 15 FT. ABOVE GRADE LEVEL ON A POLE AT 3 DIFFERENT LOCATIONS; COAX CABLE RUNS FROM BTS TO PANEL ANTENNAS; A TELEPHONE SERVICE RUN TO BTS PER ELECTRICAL; A 200A ELECTRICAL SERVICE TO BTS PER ELECTRICAL. PROPOSED LEASE AREA AT 180 S.F. s' 1AT- PROPRIETARY INFORMATION THE INFORMATION CCNTAINrn IN THIS '—TRUC-: JI. DDC!!MENT5 IL' PROPR.ETA.'.Y B .A -OF. ANY U5r R -DISCLCC'.lar OTHER THAN THAT WHICH RELATES TOLINGULAR ' WIRELESS IS STRICTLY PROHIBITED. DATE: OG -26-02 ARCHi"ECT: ](7g DRAWN BY: RC CHECKED BY: RGU REVISIONS EV DATE DESCRIPTION I BY 1 06-26 ISSUED FOR C.D. REVIEW I RC / N ( D N toH I SITE NUMBER: SB-191-01—P2—B1" SITE TYPE: POLE ANTENNA INSTALLATION LDCATIOR: VILLAGE OAKS RESERVOIR CHlid� HILLS, CA 9170 TITLE SHEET SHEET NUMBER: T®1 LJJ o V J --I LLJ L` O C GO N � (V : < W aQ z 0 LJ O � • J W J =v f 1 U / N ( D N toH I SITE NUMBER: SB-191-01—P2—B1" SITE TYPE: POLE ANTENNA INSTALLATION LDCATIOR: VILLAGE OAKS RESERVOIR CHlid� HILLS, CA 9170 TITLE SHEET SHEET NUMBER: T®1 -(E) GRAVEL ARFA \_(E) OPEN FIELD (DOWN SLOPE) NOTE; (E)TREES SHALL NOT BE REMOVED AS PART F THE CONSTRUCTION OF THIS PROJECT. ANY DAMAGED SHRUBS, TREES OR IRRIGATION \` WITHIN THE PROJECT AREAS SHALL BE REPLACED` WITH NEW LANDSCAPING OF EQUIVALENT SIZE O THE TIME OF REMOVAL 0 THE SHRUBS`. AND/OR DAMAGE TO THE ((E IRRIGATION SYSTEM. REPLACED OR DAMAGED LANDSCAPING OR \ IRRIGATION SHALL BE TO THE STANDARDS PLUS SATISFACTION OF THE CITY. PROPOSED TRENCHING ALONG EXISTING I \ \ ROAD SHALL BE REPAIRED TO THE 1 \ SATISFACTION PER CITY STANDARDS. I 18" REPLACE SECTION OF EXISTING SURFACE i \ TO MATCH EXISTING I BACKFILL TO 907) �. I% WARNING TAPE AT 1'-0" BELOW GRADE BACKFILL MATERIAL 2 SACK SLURRY COAXIAL CABLE (6"0 PVC DB100) 4" SAND BASE 12" COAXIAL CABLE TRENCH EXCAVATE OR SAWCUT UNDISTURBED EARTH OR CONC. PATCH TO MATCH YIN. G%AJE i _ I I, 1. Q'BKtNfH ACKFLL TO 907) WARNING TAPE AT 1'-0 BELOW GRAD. DRAWN BY: RC CHECKED BY: RGU REVISIONS 2"0 TELCO CONDUIT - 1 06-02 2 SACK SLURRY MD BACKFILL if 3"0 POWER CONDUIT 5" SAND BASE—' 12" POWER/TELCO TRENCH PROPOSED (E) ACCESS GATES_ % Jp\R /' RESER E W PLY - CO t,El EXISTING WATER STORAGE RESERVOIR NEW UNDER GROUND COAX CABLE TRENCH a_ (TO BE SAW -CUT AND RESTORED TO MATCH H- EXISTING) SEE DETAIL NEW FOUR (4) BTS CABINETS MOUNTED ON EQUIPMENT CONCRETE PAD PAINTED 'GRAY' NEW UNDER GRC'UND COAX CABLE TRENCH (TO BE SAW -CUT AND RESTORED TO MATCH EXISTING) SEE DETAIL NOTA A= TO RcP,%-R THE TRENCHING DAMAGE AND ANl )TH--R DAMAGED OPEN S?ACE AREA. WITH 4 NONE IRRIGATED HYDROSEED. THE CITY'S BUILDING AND SA7ETY EROSION CONTROL HYDROSEED MIX OF NATIVE AND ADAPTED PLANT MATERIAL WI' -L BE AD _OUA'ED. \_(E) OPEN FIELD (DOWN SLOPE) _\ (E) WOOD FENCE PROPRIETARY INFORMATION THE INFORMATION CONTAIN[D IN THI-, S_T ' �O''"RUCTION DO:L':A[I:IS IS OR DIS-LOSUR[ OTHER. THAN THAT WyJCH RELA,ES TO C114GULAR 11 -LESS :S STRICTLY FROHIBITED. OATE: 06-26-92 ARCHITECT: T►�S DRAWN BY: RC CHECKED BY: RGU REVISIONS EV DATE I ESCRIPTION 1 06-02 ISSUED ER C.D. REVIEW i 0 Z -r 9 0 NEW QUADPOLAR ANTENNA W L` \ YZ & (2) LNA BOXES MOUNTED O r J 29 15' HT. FROM GRADE, _ C CO �', C PAINTED 'GRAY' N N \ , Q Z \ W (if 1, 60',A w J ` \ SECTOR 'A' r , 0 �\L.J -t\' :2Z to N F- '7 PAVINGzt �= a NEW TELCOOWER BACKBOARD IN 'GRAY' NEW QUADPOLA ANTENNA I `'� d IZ �_ & (2) LNA BOX MOUNTED 15' HT. FROM ADE, o PAINTED 'GRAY' (E) AC PAVING o \/' %' \ ♦ ^ ,�: ` _ \�•' O �`\ NEW U.G. 18" x 34" DEEP 2,11 4O"'j � � h. POWER/TELCO T ENCH _� (TO BE SAW- T AND NEW QUADPOLAR ANTENNA 'i _ SEC -TOR 'B' \\ RESTORED TO ATCH & (2) LNA BOXES MOUNTED \\ \ p\a, EXISTING) SEE DRTAIL 15' HT. FROM GRADE, PAINTED GRAY' / (E) 6' HIGH CHAIN - (E) LOW SHRUBBERY LINK FENCE WITH / BAR27-D WIPING ABOVE / & TREE AREA 200't, SECTOR 'C 8 0 (E)LESSOR'S PROPERTY LINE \r- PAVING / (E) GRAVEL AREA((DRIVEWAY) N CONSTRUCTION PLANq) 0 5' 10, 20' SCALE: io U _ _ SITE NUMBER: SB-191-01—P2—B1 SITE TYPE: POLE ANTENNA INSTALLATION LOCATION: VILLAGE OAKS RESERVOIR 9HI?R6 HILLS, CA 91709 CONSTRU SHEET NUMBER: A- w U Z u- c� r �r I I I I I EXISTING RESERVOIR NEW PANEL ANTENNA W/ 16"6 CYL FIBERGLASS COVER WITH 2 LNA BOXES MOUNTED TONEW CHAIN—LINK POST & PA I1JTCn 'Y_o AV' Tvo i (ANTENNA DIM. 54"02"x4") EAST ELEVATION NEW PANEL ANTENNA W/ 16"0 CYL. FIBERGLASS COVER WITH 2 LNA BOXES MOUNTED TO NEW CHAIN—LINK POST & PAINTED 'GRA J (ANTENNA DIA!. 54'.12"x4") — i NEW FOUR (4) BTS CABINETS MOUNTED ON EQUIPMENT CONCRETE PAD, Yr.� PROPRIETARY INFORMATION THE INFORMATION CONT.IINED It' THIG I 'SET or CON7,.7ULTION DOCUMEI:ia I� rR^Pn'ETA4v v.jRs i OR D1SCL�SUR� OIHERr THAN T THAT WHICH RELATES TO C114GULAR WIRELESS IS STRICTLY PROHIBITED. 0i, E: 06-26-02 ARi HITECT- ICS DRAWN BY: RC CHECKED BY: RGU REVISIONS EV DATE DESCRIPTION 8Y 1 1 06-02 1ISSUED FOR yr W U Z W <L C7 2 � W U)CC (TJLL10 `` W ry C] C C 0 — N N �m W ? Q_ Q Z Of w J 0 J � W J 1 U U � Z N N �� N 1-- a„ G ^—�—— SITE NUMBER: SB-191-01—P2—B1 SITE TYPE: POLE ANTENNA INSTALLATION LOCATION: VILLAGE OAKS RESERVOIR L` ift HILLS, CA 91709 ELEVATIO SOUTH ELEVATION 0 V a' B• SHEET NUMBER: SCALE: 1/4'=1'-0" A-3 x W PL NEW PANEL ANTENNA i W/ 16"0 CYL. FIBERGLASS COVER WITH 2 LNA BOXES MOUNTED i TO NEW CHAIN-LINK POST & PAINTED 'GRAY' TYP- 3 (ANTENNA n1LA wE51 ELEVATION D ,• SCALE: 1/4"=l' -O" 5/8" DIA. EXPANSION ANCHORS W/ 3 1/2" EMBED MINIMUM 4 ANCHORS PER CABINET ICBO ZR #4627 OR APPROVED EQUAL NO SPECIAL INSPECTION REQUIRED 4,. BTS CABINET SUB -SASE CABINET ANCHORAGE TO SLAB I 1 � I 1 I I I I .I PANEL ANTENNA W/16"m C'UNDER FIBERGLASS COVER 2 1/2"m STD. PIPE PLATE 16"mxl/2 6"c STD. PIPE COAX ENTRY D SEE DETAIL ON A-5 (2) TMA !_ATE 5/8"x12"02" t 1/2"THK. LEVELING A-5' GROUT, MIN. FIN. GRADE f I I o; I L---- i I �•. \ I I I \ U.G. 6"0 PVC PIPE r5 1 I I \ COAX CABLE CONDUIT — U.G. TRENCHING I I #3 TIES @ 6" O.C. I I I 4-#6 THREADED AT TOP PORTION ELEVATION PROPRIETARY INFORMATION TH_ INFORMATION CONTAINED IN THIi LO'15TRUC:I0N UOCUN.ENiS 15 u R�DISCLOSURE OTHER THAN THAT WH:rH RELATES TO CINGULAR WIRELESS 15 STRICTLY PROHIBITED. DAT_: 06-26-022 ARCHITtCT: M,jS DrRAWN BY:RC CHECKED BY: RGU REVISIONS ' EY I DATE DESCRIPTION By 1 I 05-02 1R FOR C.D. REVIEW I RC U =a (-)u z N (n u') 7-) N I- - 'u I.v = W 0 0 L 13 Tr �o � � n L , 1 COD SITE NUMBER: SB -191-01-P2-81 SITE TYPE: POLE ANTENNA INSTALLATION LOCATION: VILLAGE OAKS RESERVOIR CHMt MITLS, CA 91709 TITLE: ELEVATIO S SHEET NUMBER: A-4 V) ft: W o J J LLJ � 00 C 00N N - oT w >a Z QOf W 0 � J � J LJ J U =a (-)u z N (n u') 7-) N I- - 'u I.v = W 0 0 L 13 Tr �o � � n L , 1 COD SITE NUMBER: SB -191-01-P2-81 SITE TYPE: POLE ANTENNA INSTALLATION LOCATION: VILLAGE OAKS RESERVOIR CHMt MITLS, CA 91709 TITLE: ELEVATIO S SHEET NUMBER: A-4 I .91D STEEL 0I`.', AND RIM —\ c - / —PANEL ANTENNA — RADOME CAP 090" STEEL DISK RADOME LEAF (3 SECTORS) I/Yo 3 1/7- /_-1/4" /2 X1/4" DIA. M.B. (3) TOP/ (3) BOTTOM TO EACH RADOME PANEL I" cn Y OG"( CPALNAI 12' SD. N.T.S. 7 STD. PIPE TO PLATE TYP. RADOME BASE 'K. RADOME BASE LEA- 'ORS) j I PLATE 1/2'x PLATE 12x5/8"xI'-0" -r8 SCREW C 6" O.C. W.2 "zt/4" 3/16 6"0 STD. PIPE 7 FRP' 4-#'6 MANUF. . PIPE N. T.S. 8 CAISSON DETAIL HANDHOLE PROPRIETARY INFORMATION THE INFORMATION CONTAINCO IN T,!' sTRucnca a:.,uMn�r. OR�DISCLO-,JRE OTHER THAN Tr'AT WHICH RELATES TO Cit"LILAR WIRELESS 15 STRICTLY PROHI?I;r3 DATE: 06-26-02 ARCHITECT- i1:3 DRAWN BY: RC CHECKED BY: RGU REVISIONS EV I DATE I DESCRIPTION I By 1 I 06-02 I TRIED EOR 6" DIA. cn (f)W o SCALE: 1 1/2"=1'-O" SCALE: 1 1/2"=1'-0" W _ N N 4 RADOME SECTION (TOP) 1 Lal < QQ Z Of w0 J lL — fi = 2500 psi F 8 2 1/2"0 STD. PIPE _1 w J U c=J Z 4- #6 THREADED ® 3/16 TOP PORTION E#3 3/16 PLATE 1 1/2"x1/4" N ~ RING TIES ® 6" O.C. / #8 SCREW ® 6" O.C. - 1/4 V PLATE 16"0z1/2 e 6"0 STD. PIPE ` N j IO Y - SCALE: 1 1/2"=t'-0" SCALE: 1 1/2"=1'-0" I Iz _ F �� 5 RADOME SECTION (BO TT.) 2 V wn E = rva O 6"o STD. PIPE 2 1/2"0 STD. PIPE � S$ Q m c 6"0 STD. PIPE SITE NuuBER: CUT-OUT FOR CABLES y a —PLATE 16"Ox1/2 SB -191 -01 -P2 -B1 . SITE TYPE: C t z-`Jp —� POLE ANTENNA INSTALLATION LOCATION: VILLAGE OAKS RESERVOIR C1fiNPT'HILLS, CA 09 TIRE: DETAI AL SCE: 3"=1'-0" SCALE: 1 1/2"=1'-0" sNEEt NDMBER: - 6 RADOME SECTION 3 -5 �O PULL BOX PANEL A" PANELBOARD 200A, 120/24OV, 10, 3W NEMA 3R. (SEE PANEL SCHEDULE) 1"C-3�{8, 1/110 GND. fl20V/2DAj GFI 1"C-3#8, 1#10 GND. BASE STATION BTSCENER� { I I I STATION STS STSCEIVER SINGLE LINE DIAGRAM NOTES L FIELD VERIFY EXACT SERVICE CONDUIT ROUTE FROM POWER SOURCE TO METER. 2. ALL WORK TO BE DONE PER NEC, BUILDING AND SAFETY AND UTILITY COMPANY REQUIREMENTS. 3. MIN. 36" OF COVER OVER UNDERGROUND CONDUITS AND MIN. 12" CLEARANCE BETWEEN POWER AND TELCO CONDUITS. 4. USE GROUND RING AROUND THE SITE AND BOND IT TO EACH LEG OF SCE TOWER PER SCE REQUIREMENTS. POWER SOUL 1351 E ONTAI CONT, TEL: 0 TEL VBRL 1400 E POMOI CONTE P/T PULL BOX 'PIC STEEL (TYP.) r*j ELECTRICAL SITE PLAN SCALE: 1-=30' 0 15' 30' 6.. PROPRIETARY INFORMATION Tor INFORMATION CONTA!NFD IN T1!;S SET CF CONSTRUCT.On OOCU-L,TI IS PZO- RIETARY uY ;11iUAC. A"Y UIL 7RDISCLOSURE OTHER THAN THAT WHICH RELATES TO CINGULAR WIRELESS 15 STRICTLY PROHIBITED. DATE: 7-02-02 ARCHITECT: yJg DRAWN BY: RS CHECKED BY: ED REVISIONS EV DATE I DESCRIPTION BY I 07-02 1 ISSUED FOR CD 3� C.O. TO SCE NI METER & MAIN U) 200A, 120/24OV, 10, 3W — — 2P WITH 2 POLE. 200A MAIN 200AT CIRCUIT BREAKER, NEMA 3R. _jO 200AF 1/2- C. 1#4 LLJ TO GROUND ELECTRODE _ 2-C. 3/#3/0, 1}'4 GND. 200A, 120/240V MANUAL TRANSFER SWITCH NEMA 3R `-200A EMERGENCY GENERATOR RECEPTACLES APPLETON #A2004 -4R5 . Q1 W E ' 1 2-C, 3#13/0, 1#4 GND. PANEL A" PANELBOARD 200A, 120/24OV, 10, 3W NEMA 3R. (SEE PANEL SCHEDULE) 1"C-3�{8, 1/110 GND. fl20V/2DAj GFI 1"C-3#8, 1#10 GND. BASE STATION BTSCENER� { I I I STATION STS STSCEIVER SINGLE LINE DIAGRAM NOTES L FIELD VERIFY EXACT SERVICE CONDUIT ROUTE FROM POWER SOURCE TO METER. 2. ALL WORK TO BE DONE PER NEC, BUILDING AND SAFETY AND UTILITY COMPANY REQUIREMENTS. 3. MIN. 36" OF COVER OVER UNDERGROUND CONDUITS AND MIN. 12" CLEARANCE BETWEEN POWER AND TELCO CONDUITS. 4. USE GROUND RING AROUND THE SITE AND BOND IT TO EACH LEG OF SCE TOWER PER SCE REQUIREMENTS. POWER SOUL 1351 E ONTAI CONT, TEL: 0 TEL VBRL 1400 E POMOI CONTE P/T PULL BOX 'PIC STEEL (TYP.) r*j ELECTRICAL SITE PLAN SCALE: 1-=30' 0 15' 30' 6.. PROPRIETARY INFORMATION Tor INFORMATION CONTA!NFD IN T1!;S SET CF CONSTRUCT.On OOCU-L,TI IS PZO- RIETARY uY ;11iUAC. A"Y UIL 7RDISCLOSURE OTHER THAN THAT WHICH RELATES TO CINGULAR WIRELESS 15 STRICTLY PROHIBITED. DATE: 7-02-02 ARCHITECT: yJg DRAWN BY: RS CHECKED BY: ED REVISIONS EV DATE I DESCRIPTION BY I 07-02 1 ISSUED FOR CD Ln =5 N I— �� u u u Q/ i 3 -ca LL I ;s <� I �o coo 4 - SITE NUMBER: _ SB -191 -01 -P1 -B1 SITE TYPE: POLE ANTENNA INSTALLATION LOCATION: - IMGt'5AKS RESERVIOR CHINO HILLS, CA 91709 TITLE: SITE PLAN & SINGLE LINE DIAGRAM SHEET NUMBER: 2 E- r v) U) Of 0 _jO LLJ O _ CIO N � N . Q1 W E Q Z CC LJ O J � J W J =Q U U_ U Z Ln =5 N I— �� u u u Q/ i 3 -ca LL I ;s <� I �o coo 4 - SITE NUMBER: _ SB -191 -01 -P1 -B1 SITE TYPE: POLE ANTENNA INSTALLATION LOCATION: - IMGt'5AKS RESERVIOR CHINO HILLS, CA 91709 TITLE: SITE PLAN & SINGLE LINE DIAGRAM SHEET NUMBER: 2 E- r SECTOR SECTOR SECTOR A. 3 r. 0 /2/0 TIN COATED COPPER TO GROUND O 12/0 CU. (TYPICAL). SEE O O ANTENNA COAXIAL CABLE RUNS (TYPICAL). (BY OTHER DMSION). Q (1) p6 CU. COAXIAL CABLE SHIELD GROUND CONNECTION (TYPICAL). 0 ANTENNA "EGB• GROUND CONDUCTOR TO BE INSTALLED WITH ANTENNA CABLE IN ANTENNA CABLE TRAY (TYPICAL). © (1) #2 CU. "BTS- GROUND CONNECTION. Q 3/4'C., 1J6 BARE CU. TELEPHONE SERVICE CABINET GROUND. Q 1-C.. - 112 BARE CU. GROUND TO GROUND CONDUCTOR '"C-- - 112 BARE CU. GROUND I. ALL DETAILS ARE SHOWN IN GENERAL TERMS. ACTUAL CROUNOTNG INSTALLATION OND C"NSTRUCT,ON MAI VAR' DUE TO SITE 2. GROUND ALL ANTEI:;IA BASES, FRAMES. CABLE RUNS. AND OTHER LiET..U11C COMPONENTS USING /2 GROUND WIRES AND CONNECT TO SURFACE MOUNTED GROUND BUS BARS AS SHOWN. FOLLOW ANTENNA AND BTS MANUFACTURER'S PRACTICES FOR GRnUNDINf. REOUIP.EME.ITS. IROUND COAX SHIELD AT BCM ENDS USING MANUFACIURCRS PRACTICES. -ALL UNDERGROUND WATER PIPES, MEFAL CONDUITS AND GROUNDS THAT ARE A PART OF THIS S`.'STEM SHALL BE BONDED TOGETHCTi 3. ALL GROUND CONNECTIONS SHALL BE /2 AWG U.O.N. ALL WIRES SHALL BE COPPER THHN/THWN, ALL GROUND WIRE SHALL BE TIN COATED OR GREEN INSULATED WIRE 4. CONTRACTOR TO VERIFY AND TEST GROUND TO SOURCE TO A RANGE OF 5 TO 10 OHMS MAXIMUM. PROVIDE 5/8' ROUND E B' LONG COPPER GROUNDING ROD(S) ONLY AS REOUIRED TO ACHIEVE SPEORED OHMS READING. CONTRACTOR SHALL BE RESPONSIBLE TO PROVIDE GROUND AND OTHER OPTIONAL CONDUCTOR FROM THE ANTENNA TO GROUNDING PONT. GROUNDING TESTING WELL BE WITNESSED BY THE 'TBW REPRESENTATIVE. 5. NOTIFY ARCHITECT/ENGINEER IF THERE ARE ANY DIFFICULTIES INSTALLING GROUNDING SYSTEM DUE TO SITE SOIL CONDITIONS. 6. BARE GROUNDING CONDUCTOR SHALL BE HARD DRAWN TINNED COPPER SIZES AS NOTED ON PLAN. 7. ALL HORIZONTALLY RUN GROUNDING CONDUCTORS SHALL BE INSTALLED MINIMUM 30• BELOW GRADE IN TRENCH, U.O.N., AND BACK FILL SHALL BE COMPACTED. B. ALL GROUND CONDUCTORS SHALL BE RUN AS STRAIGHT AND SHORT AS POSSIBLE. WITH A MINIMUM 12' BENDING RADIUS NOT LESS THAN 90 DEGREES. 9. ALL SUPPORT STRUCTURES, CABLE CHANNEL WAYS OR WIRE GUIDES SHALL BE BONDED TO GROUND SYSTEM AT A POINT NEAREST THE MAIN GROUNDING BUS •MCB• WITH A MINIMUM NO. 6 TINNED COPPER CONDUCTOR AND (2) -HOLE COMPRESSION CONNECTOR AT BUS. 10. ACCEPTABLE CONNECTIONS FOR GROUNDING SYSTEM SHALL BE: a. BURNOY. HY-CRADE DLL. LISTED CONNECTORS (MECHANICAL CONNECTIONS). 6. CAZW , EXOTHERMIC WEDS (WELDED CONNECTIONS). e. TWO -(2) HOLE TINNED COPPER COMPRESSION FITTINGS (BUS BAR CONNECTIONS). 11. ALL CRIMPED CONNECTIONS SHALL HAVE EMBOSSED MANUFACTURER'S DIEMARK VISIBLE AT CRIMP. 12. AL1 GROUND CONNECTIONS 9HALL BE BURNISHED AND SHALL HAVE A COATING OF 'KOPR-SHIELD' OR 'NO -OX -ID' APPLIED TO TILE CONNECTION. 11 ALL CONNECTION HARDWARE AT EOIJIPMENT SHALL BE TWE 316 SS. OR OUR EM BRONZE. •KOPR-SHIELD• OR 'NO -OX -10• APPLIED TO THE CONNECTION. 14. THE GROUND RING SHALL BE INSTALL -'D 24• MINIMUM BEYOND ANY BUILDING DRIP UNE IS IF THE RESISTANCE TO GROUND IS LARGER THAN 5 OHM. MORE GROUND RODS ARE NEEDED TO BE DRIVEN AND LOOPED TOGETHER 17. (ROUND RODS SHALL BE SPACED 6 FT. APART MINIMUM. 17. GROUND RODS TO BE LOOPED WITH /2/0 BARE TINNED COPPER WARE t CAD WELDED. 18. USE C DWE D ONLY FOR CONNECTION TO GROUND RODS. 19. USE NON-METTAUC STRAPS FOR SUPPORT OF GROUND WARE TO BUILDING OR STRUCTURE Srr.TCR CE,.TOR 'Acr CTro ' '13, JUMPER LNA TO ANTENNA IS COAX CH ULA UNIT IED AT ANTENNA ..•.L:. ..-. �,..".i_'.NA - _v _ _,_ ^_�_Z,MUTH LuCA-_N I COAX SIZE U;S 7ANCE AT A DUA3 POLAR A�'�INA I , } W._ S I 7/ 6• T W W 13 <� C cos B7 i B DI;Ap POLAR N N I IA.T DEGREES I 7/8' I 26'-0• I I C1 C WAD POLAR W 0 2CA DECREES 7/8' 120'-0" J NOTES: i. PROVIDE -_ NA -' TETE TAGS AT EACH END ALL COAXRUNS. 2 DISTANCE BETWEEN LNA AND ANTENNA NOT TO EXCEED 6'-0' ANTENNA AND COAX CABLE SCHEDULE PLASTIC INSULATOR (TYPICAL) SIDE VIEW POWER STRUT #PS710 GALVANIZED STAND OFF BRACKET 0 0 O G - O O O C O 1.J IOnn(- ^.r`^✓COO - O Lai^ D 1• 1 1/4'x4•x20• I .J COPPER, BUS BAP. "-3/8• HOLE (TYPICAL) - Pol I VIEW I GROUNDING DIAGRAM I GROUNDING NOTES EGB DETAIL UAS R C'_OJNO BUS 'WCEi ( C•W r •H . I/2'TMCK hNNED COPPER BUS BAR W/ I'S. C SPACER 6.0.C. (MAY_) q CU CA ND KIT (T17. FOR EACH COAX RUN) (TYPICAL FOR 12)� 9 CU. MIN. AW. SOLID TINNED COPPER OUND RING MASTER GROUNDING BUS GROUND ROD TEST POINT (ACCESS BOX) MASTER GROUNDING L BUS�I 1 TTS/ 0 TYP. CONNECT TO _1 ANTENNA I �I I GROUNDING _ —#2/0 STANDARD COPPER GROUN[ RING GOUTSIDE 6 EP CONNECT in 1 I i CMU WALL ANTENNA I ZMASTFERIL —.P. --CONNECT TO -,--�j� GROUND;NG ANTENNA GROUNDING BUS CONNECT TO --I ANTENNA GROUNDING EQUIPMENT GROUNDING PLAN PROPRIETARY INFORMATION THE INFORMATION C.ONTAINrn IN THIS I SET C1 CONSTRUCTION OOCUMEMIS IS ) I:JPRIEiARY BY NATIU PRE. ANY MSE I OR DISCLOSURE OTHER THAN THAT WHICH RELATES TO CINGULAR WIRELESS IS STRICTLY PROHIBITED. I DATE: 7-02-02 RCHITECT: QTS DRAWN BY. RS CHECKED BY: ED REVISIONS 'EV BATE DESCRIPTION BY 1 1 07-02 1 ISSUED FOR CD -• u)K co 0 (� w O V T W W 13 <� C cos �o N N - CJT LJ >a Q z � W 0 J Li J U U C) z • F- Ln -• m w uu U u — T e W 13 <� �o LL 'e Ono - SITE NUMBER: SB -191 -01 -P1 -B1 SITE TYPE: POLE ANTENNA INSTALLATION LDCATION nmgGE^UAKS RESERVIOR CHINO HILLS, CA 91709 GROUNDING f AND DETAILS SHEET NUMBER: E-2 1 II PR OPPIETA•PV INF0R!�jATlnu 1 1-2"minimum diameter duct of approved material II .Within or on buildings -rigid galvanized steel when r I. THE ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION WORK SHALL COMPLY WITH ALL LOCAL, STATE _ _ _ S INFORMATION CONTAINED I!! Ty15 9 ( eauired), Or ANC NATIO!'AL DES, AWS AHJ ORO:NnNCES AI PLI A LE TC ELEC.vir4 I) S 1 ' .w ALY k C Url:.'v_ l LT Of r0' �TRL'^TipN DOCUMENTS IJ WO.'N ;; I__,.' s_. ~-_I P4JMR:`iAF♦ P', NaT'J:'E. ANY USL .Irl underground —PVC schedule 40 or equivalent for straight sections 2. ELECIRICAL CONTRACTOR SHALL VISIT JOBSITE AND VEN!FY EXISTING ^• ^ f VP' OR D.SCLJSUR.E OTHER THAN THAT bends —PVC schedule BO CONDITIONS BEFORE BODING AND SHALL INCLUDE IN HIS BID THE I 2, GROUND ALL AN EN BATES, FRAMES, CABLE RUNS, AND OTHER METALIC WIRELESS S SIRS TO PROHIBITED. D, .Pull ropes in all ductS(min 3/8" poly Pull rope) and O NECESSARY COSTS TO CUNSTRUCT THIS PROJECT IN ACCORDANCE WITH 1I COMPONENTS USING J2 GP`C.':G A•p.ES AND CUNHECT TO SURFACE INTENT OF THE ELECTRICAL DRAWINGS. SPECIFICATIONS, ANO N L 'COUNTED GPOUNC B_ -c BARS AS SHOWN. FOLLOW An' -TUNA qn] e'1$ '-�� measuring tape must be in place to determine "as—built" conduit APPLICABLE CODES. I MANUFACTUREF.'S r=:�TCES FOB GROUNDING REJUIRENFNNA AND e`r CpAX DAIL: 7-02-02 length; both must be one continuous piece sH:ELD AT BOTH ENJ<_ usNc ugrrJFACTuaeRs RNAGnces. -ALL 3 ALL MATERIA!_ AND ECLIIFMENT FURi:i5HE0 WD INSTAL -LED UNDER THIS UN'JERGRUUNO WA,E'n PIPES, -ETA'_ r0!!f1UITS AND GROUNDS THA; ARE A-NIitCT: j(j$ L) Within or on buildings CONTRACT SHALL 9E NEW, FREE mtpll DEFECTS, AND SHALL BE ?0.41 OF THIS 5. �'EM $HALL BE BGE„ iOG�i eiErt. ^ GUARANTEED FOR A PERIOD OF ONE YEAR FROM DATE OF FINAL DRAWN BY: RS IBCtfiC01 LE's and COndUICTs are not acceptable OS pull boxes ACCEPTANCE BY OWNER OR HIS REPRESENTATIVE. SHOULD ANY TROUBLE ALL GROUND CONNECTIONS SHALL BE /Z AWG U.O.N. ALL WIRES SHALL BE .No 90 degree transitions at or In UII boxes DEVELOP TURING THIS PERIOD DUE TO FAULTY WORKMANSHIP, MATERIAL OR 3' COPPER THHN/MWN. ALL GROUND WIRE SHAT 8E TIN COATED OR GREEN CHECKED BY: gp P (Unless O 10° EQUIPMENT, THE CONTRACTOR SHALL FURNISH ALL NECESSARY MATERIAL INSULATED WRE bending radius Can be maintained) AND LABOR To CORRECT THE TROUBLE WTIHOUT COST TO THE OWNER REVISIONS .In—line pull box minimum dimensions = 241 x 6"W x 6"04• ALL WORK TO CONTRACTOR TO VERIFY AND TT GROUND TO SOURCE TO A RANGE OF 5 L APPEARANCE IN WORKMANLIKE WHEN COMPLETED- MANNER AND SHALL. PRESENT 4' ES TO 10 OHMS MAXIMUM. PROVIDE SUPPLEMENT GROUNDING RODS AS REV DATE DESCRIPTION OT 30"L x 6'W x 6"D preferred A NEAT MECHANICAL APPEREQUIRED TO ACHIEVE SPECIFIED OHMS READING. CONTRACTOR SHALL BE RESPONSIBLE TO PROVIDE GROUND CONDUCTOR FROM THE ANTENNA TO I 07-02 ISSUED FOR CD e OXES must be easily accessible (telephone company will not S. ALL ELECTRICAL MATERIALS AND EQUIPMENT SHALL BE LISTED BY GROUNDING POINT. GROUNDING AND OTHER OPTIONAL TESTING WILL BE I REVIEW RS remove ceiling tiles) UNDERWRITER'S LABORATORIES. WITNESSED BY THE PBMS REPRESENTA� .Vertical Sections Of conduit will require a pull box every 100 6., ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR SHAM BE RESPONSIBLE FOR ALL CUTTING AND S NOTIFY ED By THE IF THERE ARE ANY DIFFICULTIES INSTALLING feet and approved restraints PATCHING RELATED TO ELECTRICAL WORK, UNLESS NOTED OTHERWISE AND GROUNDING SYSTEM DUE TO SITE SOIL RE ANY7N I .Maximum of 300 feet horizontal between pull boxes COORDINATED WITH THE GENERAL CONTRACTOR. 7. ALL BRANCH CIRCUIT CONDUCTORS HALL BE COPPER TYPE /12, & 6 BARE AIS NOTED CONDUCTOR SHALL BE HARD DRAWN TINNED COPPER .Maximum of 2-90 degree bends between pull boxes sizes As NOTED ON PUN. Minimum conduit bend radius of 10 cable diameters (12") /1O SOLID. (B AND LARGER STRANDED, 7 ALL HORIZONTALLY RUN GROUNDING CONDUCTORS SHALL BE INSTALLED .Etre Slopping required when openings are made in any Lire TOTED 8. ON COMPLETION O THE WORK, THE INSTALLATION SHALL BE FREE FROM MINIMUM 30' BELOW GRADE IN TRENCH, U.O,N., AND BACK FILE SHAII BE I barrier GROUNDS AND SHORT CIRCUITS. COMPACTED A$ REOUfEO BY ARCHITECT. All external conduit terminations shall be Weather tight 9. ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR SHALL FURNISH AS -BUILT DRAWINGS TO THE 3) In underground Construction ARCHITECT ON COMPLETION OF THE JOB. B. ALL GROUND CONDUCTORS SHAD. BE RUN AS STRAIGHT AND SHORT AS Conduit length maximum of 300 feet between pull boxes POSSIBLE, WITH A MINIMUM 12' BENDING RADIUS NOT LESS THAN 90 Y 10. ELECTRICAL WORK SHALL INCLUDE ALL LABOR, MATERIALS AND EQUIPMENT DECREES. O Conduit bends must have a radius 10 times conduit Size (20") REQUIRED, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO COMPLETE ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS w POWER AND LIGHTING, TELEPHONE CONDUIT SYSTEM, SIGNAL SYSTEMS, PANEL 9, ALL SUPPORT STRUCTURES, CABLE CHANNEL WAYS OR WIRE GUIDES SHALL Maximum of 2-90 degree bends between pull boxes BOARDI (S), CONTROL WIRING, GROUNDING, CONDUIT ONLY SYSTEMS, ETC. SE BONDED TO GROUND SYSTEM AT A POINT NEAREST THE MAIN GROUNDING --I I AS INDICATED GO MECHMIICAL d ELECTRICAL DRAWINGS AND / OR BUS 'M B' WITH A MINIMUM NO. 6 TINNED COPPER CONDUCTOR AND (2) LLJ L1 TRENCHING REQUIRED BY GOVERNING CODES. -HOLE COMPRESSION CONNECTOR AT BUS. O I1. FUSE TYPE SHALL BE BUSMANN RKI LOW PEAK FUSE (IPU -RK -100) OR 10. ACCEPTABLE CONNECTIONS FOR GROUNDING SYSTEM SHALL BE: , 1 Minimum coverage of duct on private property = 18" under paved cuss r JSH. _ CD C. BURNDY, HY-GRADE LLL LISTED CONNECTORS (MECHANICAL N N surface or as specified by permitting owner/agent 11. CONNECTIONS). " rn 2) Minimum coverage of duct on private property = 24" under dirt Surface Or OS 12. PRIOR TO INSTALLING ANY ELECTRICAL WORK, THE ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR 6. [AOWEID, XOTHERMIC WILDS (WELDED CONNECTIONS). SHALL NCEFY EXACT LOCATIONS AND REQUIREMENTS ON THE JOB AND BY c. TWO -(2) HOLE TINNED COPPER COMPRESSION FITTINGS (BUS BAR Li Q specified by permitting owner/agent REFERENCE TO ARCHITECTURE, MECHANICAL AND EQUIPMENT SUPPLIERS CONNECTIONS). 3) Minimum Coverage of duct in public r/w = 30" below gutter grade Or as DRAWINGS. SHOULD THERE BE ANY QUESTION OR PROBLEM CONCERNINGQ Z THE NECESSARY PROVISIONS TO BE MADE. PROPER DIRECTIONS SHALL BE 12. AL CRIMPED CONNECTIONS SHALL RAVE EMBOSSED MANUFACTURER'S specified by permitting agent OBTAINED BEFORE PROCEEDING WITH ANY WORK DIEMARK VISIBLE AT THE CRIMP. J Q 5) 4) Minimum 12" separation in joint trench between power and telco 13. BEFORE SUBMITTING BID, VERIFY EXISTING SITE CONDITIONS, POWER AND 13. ALL GROUND CONNECTIONS SHALL BE BURNISHED AND SHALL HAVE A J Pull boxes —minimum 17"W X 30"L TELEPHONE SERVICE REQUIREMENTS WITH UTILITY SERVICE PLANNER AND LJ J THE EXACT SERVING UTILITY POINTS OF CONNECTION AND PROVIDE ALL COATING OF 'KOPR-SHIELD' OR 'PLO -OX -ID' APPLIED TO THE CONNECTION. = Q 6) Splice boxes will be sized by Serving telephone company; details will be SERVICE RELATED EQUIPMENT. - U U provided by telephone company or interconnect engineer 4. Al CONNECTION HARDWARE AT EQUIPMENT SHALL BE TYPE 3I6 55, OR 14. THE NOTE, SPECIFICATION OR CODE WHICH PRESCRIBES AND ESTABLISHES DURIEM BRONZE. "KOPR-SHIELD' OR 'NO -OX -ID' APPUED TO THE Z THE HIGHEST STANDARD OF PERFORMANCE SHALL PREVAIL IN THE EVENT QF CONNECTION. BONDING and GROUNDING ANY CONFUCT OR INCONSISTENCY BETWEEN NEMS SHOWN ON THE PLANS _ AND/DR SPECIFICATIONS. 15. THE GROUND RING SHALL BE INSTALLED 24' MINIMUM BEYOND ANY BUILDING (y N #6 AWG solid copper insulated ground Wire (24" coiled in telco service box) DRIP LINE p with bonding clamps in place. The telephone ground must be bonded to the 15. THE ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR (EC.) SHALL FURNISH AND PAY FOR ALL Ln N power ground. The telephone service cabinet must be bonded to the telphone PERMITS AND RELATED FEES. ground wire. Any questions regarding telephone grounds should be referred to 16. E.C. SHALL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR CONFORMANCE WITH THE NATIONAL the interconnect engineer. ELECTRICAL CODE, STATE OF CAUFORNIA ELECTRICAL SAFETY ORDERS, ALL LOCAL CODES AND ORDINANCES AND ALL OTHER ADMINISTRATIVE AUTHORITIES HAVING JURISDICTION OVER THIS WORK. PACIFIC TELEPHONE AREA SERVICE BOX 17, PENETRATIONS OF ALL WALLS OR CEILINGS SHALL BE SEALED AND FIRE .Minimum dimensions = 24"W X 26'H X S"D RATING MAINTAINED IN ACCORDANCE WITH UL WLIOOI. UL WL5001 AND ALL e .3/4" plywood backboard mounted in service box LOCAL AND NATIONAL capes. u 36" clearance from ground level to bottom of service box preferred 18. ALL ELECTRICAL EQUIPM•IIT SHALL BE BRACED OR ANCHORED TO RESIST A HORIZONTAL FORCE ACTING IN ANY DIRECTION USING THE FOLLOWING `J r .All access from front of box; minimum 36" working space CRITERIA- -Box must be water resistant FIXED EQUIPMENT ON GRADE 33% OF OPERATING WEIGHT - V FIXED EQUIPMENT ON STRUCTURE 30% OF OPERATING WEIGHT N .Galvanized steel box pointed inside and out EMERGENCY POWER & COMMUNICATION 30S OF OPERATING WEIGHT .Hasp required EQUIPMENT .1 ngoenE EMERGENCY POWER & COMMUNICATION EOUIPMENT ON STRUCTURE 73% OF OPERATING WEIGHT VERIZON TELEPHONE AREA SERVICE BOX FSIMULTANEOUS OR FLEXIBIUTY OF MOUNTED EQUIPMENT USE 2 X THE AVERTICAL FORCE 1/3 X HORIZONTAL FORCE. VALUES. o .Full access from front of box; minimum 36" working space .Service Box will be provided by Verizon Telephone 19. ALL CONDUITS SHALL BE SUPPORTED AND BRACED PER SMACNA 'GUIDELINES A FOR SEISMIC RESTRAINT SYSTEMS AND PLUMBING PIPING SYSTEMS OR H Fixture" will be built. See detcil for Verizon requirements R-0003, THE 'SUPERSTRUT SEISMIC RESTRAINT SYSTEM', OR R-0071, THE - KIN -UNE SEISMIC RESTRAINT SYSTEM' FOR PIPES AND CONDUITS ONLY. �, o ONCE THE EXACT LOCATION OF ALL PIPES AND DUCTS HAS BEEN ESTABLISHED, THE STRUCTURAL ENGINEER MUST CHECK THE ADEQUACY OF 0i THE SUPPORTING STRUCTURE. 1 I 20. FIBER OPnC SERVICE CONDUITS FOR GTE SH{ _ ALL RAVE 3"0 CONDUIT (FOR NON -COPPER) FOR HARD WIRED COPPER SITE THIS CONDUREQUIRED.IT WILL NOT BE ,^ PULL BOXES! DO NOT Do THIS PULL BOXES: DO THIS SITE NUMBER: SB-191-01—P1—B1 SITE TYPE: POLE ANTENNA INSTALLATION LOCATION: -- ILMGEftAKS RESERVIOR CHINO HILLS, CA 91709 TELCO & GROUNDI G NOTES GENERAL TELCO NOTES SHEET NUMBER: GENERAL NOTES - GROUNDING NOTES E-3 (E) AC PAVING 12' WADE ACCESS EASEMENT (E) GRAVEL -� \ \ \ (E) TURN -AROUND AREA POINT "A- UMITS OF LESSORS ` (E) TREE, TYP PROPERTY 6 5Aa. / \\ �:- \ (E) WATER '.� •' 1 STORAGE IIA • RESERVOIR SEE ENLARGED SITE PLAN (E) U.C. ELECTRICAL THIS SHEET BOX AND P.O.T. FOR 18" WIDE UTILITY EASEMENTP.O,B. FOR 16" WIDE UTILITY EASEMENT / "cV // ZONING: PD -23-152 (TRP TREE. APN: 1031-011-45 (E) TELCO PEO I• ti FND 1' IRON PIPE (POINT i / T�3n• \ 1V MAG -N (E) TREE GRAPHIC SCALE 2 P.O.B. FOR 12' WIDE i ACCESS EASEMENT Rrj m I ( IN FEET ) o: (E) CURB I Ine6 s 40 n N' I' (E) SIDEWALK 3' lI � ryO II oo� 4. / I FIND 1" IRON PIPE r PROPRIETARY INFORMATION I FSSOR'c 1 FGA( OFSCRIPROh THE INFORMATION CONTAINED IN THIS \ SET OF DRAWINGS IS PROPRIETAR7 RY (E) TURN -AROUND �/ \ \ (E) CMU BLOCK. A PORTION OF TW NORTHWEST QUARTER CF SECTION 29, NATURC. ANi USE UN DISCLOSURE \ / WALL lOWH911P Z SdfTH RANGE 6 WEST. SM eFFNARONO OTHER THAN THAT WHICH RELAY[" 7C BASE AHG uEY,O, M:, W MF CQ7N fY OF SAN f:INGUTAP WIRELESS IS STRICTLY E7iNARDIXO.:.iaTr' Of PP.:nln�.rn (E) AC PAVING (E) CMU FEBLOCK COMMEENONC AT THE NORTHW�-T, awNm W SA,o wALL SECTION 29, AS SNCWN ON RE,SRO OF- SURHEY DATE: 4-9-02 (E) 5' WIDE DOUBLE \ \ COFtpr.D N qcY 4, PAGE 14, RECORDS OF St1RVEY pF GATES \ SAID COUNTY: THENCE SOUTH M'W 3D• WEST, saa.nT APPROVED BY: ERICH SCHMIDT FEET. 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A UT11 I�LG _ usT, A OCsrANce ff 6)y m A Parr TOE N AFIFRANfp� ,aw fm; rHf]'12 S41TH 1> OCT>u'3 b SURVEYOR DOES NOT GUARANTEE THAT ALL UTILITIES TITLE:...... . AS T3Nr S O PON i B K E se nqs WFS " 6 AN { R t6y ARE SHOWN OR THEIR LOCATIONS IT IS THE TOPOGRAPHIC Z feXraNO Or A > EppT MO[ U�FHr as TIOIQ UnH Sa DE01� a6 YMA1T¢ b SECv05 mei EAat SLIT O ltC " atom MSL A OSfAEICE rr 4)a FRT 10 TIE Po6rt GE RESPONS9IUTY OF THE CONTRACTOR AND DEVELOPER TO CONTACT BLUE STAKE AND ANY 07HER INVOLVED SITE SURVEY m.weolNe AT Pa 6+271>aveeln •rvxr A', ATiTHHCLS TO LOCALE ALL UDUTIES PRIOR TO ,IENCz 3W1N zp oCCIE¢ Ia IHN,fTIS n sLmNOs CONSTRUCTION. REMOVAL. RELOCATIox ANO/ IXR A OsiAx¢ Ir a>e, REPLACE.:NT IS THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE SHL- LIEN¢ xalTH ee 1>Ef:a@ ae IAWTTs b sFmms CONTRAcice. ET IJ UMBER: CAST, A dSTANGE K f0 F FFEn 1MFNCE H�STµp KVRr1S la YIHU16 T7 SEMS PROJECT INFORMATION c- P.O.A POINT OF BEON"IND -UZ P.D.T. POINT CF TEm4NU6 UBLIC PUTILITY EASO<ENT VChG VERTICAL GARB l WTmEt WATER CONigOL VALYE R/W PoLHT OF WAY FIRE HITRUHT 'W ASPHALT OLY E RE C D/W ACODRWWAY • FOUND NOTED TOP TCP OF SLOPE `TIa POWER POLE TOE TOE OR NOPE LIGHT POLE TEDCWAU Y ff7NG,YMK El ❑ CIELTRIGL TRAM Tm ER Sw STT T,1( ® AOI CONDITIONING LINT, iP TO' O TOP OF PARAPET TELEPHONE PEDESTAL TW TOP OP WALL TETTPHONE VAULT O LDT NUYBDR T TELEPHONE U -ME Hk BONOIMARK® OR PDST,GN GE v CAS VALVE CAS PETER GC -ETC GO-NAMS +Y y+ SPOT EIEVAn- PROPERTY UNE .NR NNK FENCE Q D,SH ANTENNA Oft NON FENGE (1 MN]ROWAW ANTENNAMRE iNHxwHNNNIIHXwE GR -8. FENCE RNLR-- (RACKS TELECDUUUICo,M-S YONf)POI.E PROPRIETARY INFORMATION I FSSOR'c 1 FGA( OFSCRIPROh THE INFORMATION CONTAINED IN THIS \ SET OF DRAWINGS IS PROPRIETAR7 RY (E) TURN -AROUND �/ \ \ (E) CMU BLOCK. A PORTION OF TW NORTHWEST QUARTER CF SECTION 29, NATURC. ANi USE UN DISCLOSURE \ / WALL lOWH911P Z SdfTH RANGE 6 WEST. SM eFFNARONO OTHER THAN THAT WHICH RELAY[" 7C BASE AHG uEY,O, M:, W MF CQ7N fY OF SAN f:INGUTAP WIRELESS IS STRICTLY E7iNARDIXO.:.iaTr' Of PP.:nln�.rn (E) AC PAVING (E) CMU FEBLOCK COMMEENONC AT THE NORTHW�-T, awNm W SA,o wALL SECTION 29, AS SNCWN ON RE,SRO OF- SURHEY DATE: 4-9-02 (E) 5' WIDE DOUBLE \ \ COFtpr.D N qcY 4, PAGE 14, RECORDS OF St1RVEY pF GATES \ SAID COUNTY: THENCE SOUTH M'W 3D• WEST, saa.nT APPROVED BY: ERICH SCHMIDT FEET. ALONG THE WEST UNE OF SMO SEC nON, THENCE SOUTx 77 4T :1' EA5T, 21166.66 FEET TO THE POINT (E) 6• FIii,H CHAIN '>' 'V OF BMNNIN,:: 7HETTEE sa„-n 2am• 00• t,M la2,Dp DRAWN BY: DEAN WALKER LINK FENCE W/ (E) W000 FENCE FEET: THEN(` NORTH 6939• ED' EAST. 110.00 FEET; DOqCBEARBEO WIRE �; ' Vii\ \ \1ti; �: \ \ SOUTHE NORIA - WC °°• =�'''-T 14zDp �• �+aGE CHECK BY: ERICH SCHMIDT SOUTHBE.NNR939' 00� NEST; 1TC0p FEET TO THE PONT OF REVISIONS FAST ARFA I FGDESCRIPTION �� i \• \� \ \. \ (E) PAVED ACCESS AI POTOWNRTIa FGA DESCRIPTION OF lFL NdDHWFST OUMTIIR OF SECTION 2B, RSAN EV DATE: DESCRIPTION: BYc ROAD BASE ANDY MERIDIAN. W THE Cd1N1Y BONAIRDIxO laum ton \- 03/15/02 BFANAtIDINO, STATE OF CALIFORNIA.GM[uMHNRSwYwTAI DW COUMFNONG AT THE HOHRIWFST CORNER OF SAID 1 4/9/02 - sreHlnA TM \ tt \ SECTION 29. AS SHOWN ON RECORD OF SURVEY RECOROED N BOOT( 4, PACE 14, RECORDS OF SURVLY OF 2 05/17/02 Ac is lAffY[M ApDEO SAID COUNTY: THENCE SOUTH 0196. 30- WEST. 544.63 DW �S :\ •\ \; \ \ FEET. ALONG THE WEST LINE GE SAID SECTION. THENNCE 3 05/30/12 ADom fnl,m CAVYEA \\'• V .\ \ SOUTH 7P 4T 11' EAsi, 2066.66 FEET TO THE POINT TM OF BEGINNING THENCE SOUTH 2OTT1' 00- NEST. 14z00 '• 'I } W %x \ FEET: THENCE NORTH 6P59' 00' EAST • \ . FEET. FEET: _. THEN091 CE NORTH 2' 00• FAST 14200 FEEL THENCE -... SOUTH 6939' 00' MST. 110.00 FEET TO THE PONT of BEGINNING 88 Nc MORE PARTICULARLY DESRIBED AS FOLLOWS: \ \ \ \ \,'• ,1 ; \ `, \ COLLENUN.- AT A i :'DIN wcw; FpE IN CUL n- iF UVE OAK ROAD, THENCE NORTH 24 DEGREES 21 MINUTES \: !-�--GEED COORDINATES 32 SECONDS EAST A DISTANCE lF 2I3.2B FEET: THENCE Tx \ (E) WATER STOF<AGE I SECT _ NORTH 69 DEGREES SO WIRITFS aB SECONDS FAST, A RESERVOIR \ ,�v DISTANCE OF 9135 FEET: THENCE NORTH 20 DECRES P+ra Esu.. '`� \ LATITU JJ58'18.1" N O9 MINUTES 52 SECONDS WEST, A DISTANCE OF 1.07 TO - 4 +} •� LONCITU E 11744'36.8" W TINE PANT of BEONNINc c' �Y 83 _ 1 THENCE NORTH 20 pEfFEES 14 YINU7ES 27 gCp105 tIIEST. 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DATED MARCH 13. 2002 FEETwIREIIq HfnTH 20 IRFGfQS IS u6A1TE5 za sTIXN05 Eanz rtrr; TIENT£ sanH zs UEpRIIS 2e u»u,es s0 ALL EASf]AENT$ CONTAIN. IWDIIN SAID RILE REPORT ci M6R1H61 pEfgpSE:euTts 6a s<TnNos SForos Nrn. A psrAN¢ fr an rEn; ,Hal+a AFFT_CIING THE IuuE01ATE ARE SURRf%1NOINC THE Msr, A OmANCF 6 zam rsr; mnN b DEva+Qzs s0 I.a61TEs u sefzNm Msr, A LEASE HAVE BEEN PLOTTED. SURVEYgR HAS NOT .. asrAXfz fr 1zlu rtn: THOK sa1TH w DFa+m - ........... . nIEN2 xaTN 1> DEw� w u.ATTa 3T SF Ips v yyAT3 S> YmpS WQT, A asTNlq ff Szb PERFORMED A SEAiON OF PUBLIC RECORD TO SITE LOCATION: �T' " OSTAH¢ rx tab Rz�' riFT; ,NOKE VUTH aT mwta 15 FalA11eS O DE TERWNE ANY DETECT IN TITLE ISSUED, � TNOI¢ NORTH ,9 o[Iais a ,MMR3 >0 2mrmS memos MST, A OrSrANq GE za„ TRT, 1Hw(S THE BOUNDARY SHOWN HEREON 15 PLOTTED FROM CHIS" HILLS, CA 91709 NaT " DISTANCE a �� ,H A O[O� ~a16 b 5[fnas• A RECORD INFORMATION AND DOES NOT CONSTITUTE A nElltf SmM 60 KOF>E n uWUITS % sTCG 5 65TAlItt fi ]See FrTT: TRDAZ SgfRR >s D[fSEiS TEST A ofSTAAI¢ GE s9 w {QT• S w,ES ,9 SEmWs MSE A D¢TAwE 66610 BOUNDARY SURVEY OF THE PROPERTY. -1.5527 LIVE OAK RD nEll¢ SaITN se DEalrfs n Y.AnFs b SFfaWs Est: nENa 900TH v ocaeas b MWTfS sp _ EAST. A pSTANGE f!< 0200 F2T:fAlA05 WEST. A 05fANQ OF F.m ifeT; TllfleR IRENIQ SCMTH 2a OEGRS ae Ile4fTC5 m SECVOS iH b Ofa� p] WN1ES DI S[CCWS NEST. A UT11 I�LG _ usT, A OCsrANce ff 6)y m A Parr TOE N AFIFRANfp� ,aw fm; rHf]'12 S41TH 1> OCT>u'3 b SURVEYOR DOES NOT GUARANTEE THAT ALL UTILITIES TITLE:...... . AS T3Nr S O PON i B K E se nqs WFS " 6 AN { R t6y ARE SHOWN OR THEIR LOCATIONS IT IS THE TOPOGRAPHIC Z feXraNO Or A > EppT MO[ U�FHr as TIOIQ UnH Sa DE01� a6 YMA1T¢ b SECv05 mei EAat SLIT O ltC " atom MSL A OSfAEICE rr 4)a FRT 10 TIE Po6rt GE RESPONS9IUTY OF THE CONTRACTOR AND DEVELOPER TO CONTACT BLUE STAKE AND ANY 07HER INVOLVED SITE SURVEY m.weolNe AT Pa 6+271>aveeln •rvxr A', ATiTHHCLS TO LOCALE ALL UDUTIES PRIOR TO ,IENCz 3W1N zp oCCIE¢ Ia IHN,fTIS n sLmNOs CONSTRUCTION. REMOVAL. RELOCATIox ANO/ IXR A OsiAx¢ Ir a>e, REPLACE.:NT IS THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE SHL- LIEN¢ xalTH ee 1>Ef:a@ ae IAWTTs b sFmms CONTRAcice. ET IJ UMBER: CAST, A dSTANGE K f0 F FFEn 1MFNCE H�STµp KVRr1S la YIHU16 T7 SEMS PROJECT INFORMATION c- SITE NUMBER: SB -191-01 SFI E NAMG Villau Oaks Rcscnnir ATTACHMENT D COMMUNICATIONS EQUIPMENT AND OPERATIONAL CONFIGURATION (See Attached) —y 0.- - 17- INITIALED BY: 08/05/02 5:11 PM INITIALED BY: Antenna(s): Quantity: Type: Manufacturer: Model: Dimensions: Weight: Cable: Number of Lines: Type: Size: Connectors: Mount: Pole Diameter Dish/Mast: Transnritter: Quantity: Manufacturer: Model: Power Output (Watts) Transmitter Cabinets: Quantity: Manufacturer: Model: Dimensions: Weight: Frequencies: ATTACHMENT D COMMUNICATIONS EQUIPMENT Three (3) Quad Polar EMS Wireless DR85-17-XXDPLQ 54" x 12" x 4" 24 lbs. Six (6) Coax TBD 7 — 16 DIN Female 3" O.D. (+/- 1.5") N/A Three (3) Ericsson RBS 2106 Three (3) Ericcson RBS 2106 63.5' x 51.2" x 28" 1211 lbs. Tx: 925 — 960, 1805 — 1880, 1930 — 1990 MHz Rx: 880 — 915, 1710 — 1785, 1850 — 1910 MHz ERP: 25 Watts Transmitter Operating Power: 200 — 250V AC, 50 / 60 Hz Alternate Power Source: External Battery Back-up z SITE NUMBER. SB -191-01 ATTACHMENT E ACCESS RESTRICTIONS AND REQUIREMENTS SITE NAME- Village Oaks Reservoir below: Licensee shall provide Licensor reasonable advance notice of its intent to enter the Premises, in the manner provided A. Licensee shall be accompanied by City personnel at all times upon the Premises. B. Access for regular inspection, maintenance, or repair shall occur during the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. Monday through Friday, except holidays upon which City Hall is closed (i.e., "regular business hours"). C. The City Manager shall designate a primary City employee and an Alternate City employee, and provide telephone numbers for said City employee, whom Licensee shall contact with verbal notice of intent to access the Premises and request for escort. The City Manager shall also designate an individual and provide appropriate telephone numbers for an escort after regular business hours in the event of an emergency. The designated City employee will provide an escort to accompany Licensee within the following time periods: 1. In the event of regular inspection, maintenance, or repair of Communications Equipment, an escort will be scheduled to access the Premises within twenty-four (24) hours of the request; 2. In the event of a specific repair or malfunction that reasonably requires immediate service, an escort will be scheduled to access the Premises within four (4) hours of the request; 3. In the event of a city-wide emergency or force majeure, the designated individual or City employee shall provide an escort to meet a representative of Licensee at the Premises for access within thirty (30) minutes of the request. D. In the event that Licensee requests escort for immediate repairs after business hours, Licensee shall compensate Licensor for such escort at the applicable overtime hourly rate for escort personnel. Such rates shall be identified in the Chino Hills "Public Facilities and Operations Departments Invoices and Overhead Rates" schedule or other relevant public document which shall be available to Licensee at any time upon request. INITIALED INITIALED BY: 08/05/02 5:11 PM INITIALED BY: ' SITE NUMBER SB -111-01 SITE NAME: Village Oaks Reservoir ATTACHMENT F TECHNICAL REQUIREMENTS FOR THIRD PARTY COLOCATION These requirements pertain to initial installation of Communication Equipment on the Premises ("Initial Installation"), and at all times thereafter in the event that Licensee desires to reconfigure or change the frequency or operation of the Communication Equipment (`Reconfiguration"). A. The Initial Installation and any Reconfiguration must be approved by each of the authorized third parties whose communication equipment is located on the Real Property ("Carriers"). The Carriers in existence on the date of execution of the License Agreement are provided at the end of this Attachment. Such requests and approvals shall be submitted and considered according to the following procedures: I . Licensee shall submit to the Carriers preliminary plans and technical specifications for the proposed facility or the Reconfiguration. The Carriers shall have fifteen (15) business days to respond to Licensee in writing with the Carriers' approval or disapproval of Licensee's plans and specifications. Any disapproval shall be accompanied by a detailed explanation of the basis for the disapproval. Failure to respond in writing to the plans and specifications shall be deemed approved. 2 If Licensee's plans and specifications are not approved by one or more Carriers, then Licensee shall revise its plans and specifications to meet the objections thereto set forth in the Carriers' written disapproval. No construction, installation, testing or operation of the Initial Installation or Reconfiguration, as appropriate, shall be permitted unless and until each of the Carriers approve Licensee's plans and specifications. If Licensee disputes the basis or validity of an objection, then it shall resolve its dispute directly with the objecting Carrier(s), unless the dispute concerns Licensor's conduct. 3. If Licensee's plans and specifications are approved by the Carriers, Licensee shall notify each of the Carriers in writing as to the scheduled date and time of commencement of construction and installation of Licensee's transmitting/receiviiig equipment. or the implementation of the Reconfiguration, as the case may be, not less than five (5) business days prior to such date. 4. Licensee also shall notify each of the Carriers in writing five (5) business days prior to Licensee's pre-operation transmit test as to the date and time such test will commence. The pre-operation transmit test shall be conducted jointly by Licensee anc any Carrier who desires to participate, and shall measure: (a) The si_tial transmit levels at the output after the final filter stage on Licensee's transmit line with all transmitters keyed up at maximum power. _ (b) Antenr-isolation between the output of the final filter stage on Licensee's transmit line and input line to the Carriers' first receive filter in the base station in the Carriers' fi•equency band of operation.- (c) peration_ (c) The combination of (i) worst case level measured out of Licensee"s transmit line added to (ii) worst case antenna isolation. Such value shall be no greater than 114 dBm in Licensee's Federal Communications Commission receive and transmit bands of operation. If any Carrier determines that it is experiencing interference, that Carrier shall notify Licensee to immediately cease the pre- operation or pre -Reconfiguration transmit test and Licensee shall immediately cease such test. Thereafter each Carrier shall each have two (2) business days to submit its written approval, disappro\ al or conditional approval of the Initial Installation or Reconfiguration. Failure to submit a disapproval or conditional approval within two (2) business days shall be deemed an approval. - 19- INITIALED BY: 08/05/02 5:11 PM INITIALED BY: SITENUMBER SB -191-01 SI 1'l. NANII, \hllacc UaAx 1Lcsl'fVllll' 3. It shall be Licensee's responsibility to C.2:,Urc that proper f iterhig and isuiation are in place for the pre- operation or pre -reconfiguration transmit test and operation of Licensee's antenna system. Any change to Licensee's approved antenna type and location and/or change in transmitter types and power output shall be required to follow each of the steps set forth in Paragraph A of this Attachment. C. One or more Carriers may condition their approval of Licensee's plans and specifications and/or equipment installations on Licensee paying to such Carrier(s) an equitable share of the costs that such Carrier incurs to design, permit, construction, install, maintain, and replace any Common Facilities. For this purpose, "Common Facilities" means any equipment, facilities, structures and improvements that such Carrier installs at the Premises or the Real Property and that the colocating Licensee will use or benefit from, such as but not limited to screening, conduits, cable, utilities and similar facilities. D. Notwithstanding approval by the Carriers in accordance with Paragraph A, the Initial Installation or Reconfiguration must be submitted to Licensor for its approval. A copy of all of the submissions and objections set forth in Paragraph A shall be provided by Licensee to Licensor for this purpose at the same time it is received or provided by Licensee. Licensor shall not unreasonably withhold, condition or delay its approval. E. Licensee shall at all times during the term of this Lease Agreement reasonably cooperate with Licensor and the Carriers in regards to addressing problems that may arise respecting existing or proposed colocated facilities at the Real Property. F. Any notice, objection, submission or other communication to the Carriers shall be copied to the City at the address and in the manner provided for notices in Section 20 of the License Agreement, and to each of the Carriers in the same manner at the address provided below or otherwise in writing by that Carrier. Licensor or the Carrier may from time to time designate, in the foregoing manner, any other address for this purpose. G. Licensee agrees that Licensor shall not be liable to Licensee for any approval, failure to approve or other response of a Carrier in regards to Licensee's request for Initial Installation or Reconfiguration, and that Licensor shall not be required to adjudicate any dispute between Licensee and any Carrier. H. Licensee understands that its violation of these rules, or its continuing interference with the communications operations of one or more Carriers may cause the affected parties irreparable harm. Licensee agrees that the Carrier(s) shall be entitled to file an action to enjoin such interference or seek other appropriate remedies. Licensee shall provide notice to the Carriers identified of its agreement to these requirements. J. Licensor agrees that, for the benefit of Licensee, it will impose the same technical requirements colocated Other Carrier authorized to use the Premises and that it will require the same coordination procedures of the Other Carriers in any reconfiguration or change of frequency or operation carrier out by such Other Carriers in the future. — P.- INITIALED BY: 08/05/02 5:11 I'M INITIALED BY: I 1 I i 1 M I U NI?IBEK SIJ -191-01 SITE NAME: Village Oaks Reservoir AT I'ACHMENT G HAZARDOUS MATERIALS Subject to Licensee's obligations under Section 16 of the attached License Agreement, Licensee shall be permitted to bring such quantities of the following common material customarily used in telecommunications operations onto the Premises, solely for the purpose of operating and maintaining the Communications Equipment: (See Attached) - 21 - INITIALED BY: 08/05/02 5:I 1 PJI INITIALED BY: N L N 9) Q Q� 7 LL yAWKER POWERSAFE SB BATTERY LOCATION .- BATTERY BATTERY SIZE BATTERIES TOTAL ELECTROLYTE (GAL) ELECTROLYTE CONCENTRATION TOTAL ELECTROLYTE PER SYSTEM Y COMPONEN T 4 BATTERIES FOR EACH BTS UNIT 8.711x4.8"x10" 8 .827 PER BATTERY 25% SULPHURIC d"CCD 6.62 GALLONS