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Staslewicz, Danielle A2015-102 �115 —(d2 ���vic�� A�r�em�n� Below you will find a checklist relaling to Insurance antl ofher reyuirements that are required for tloing business wi(h the City of Chino Hllls. Only those Items checketl-off are MANDATORY, however if your sfandard policies exceetl the minimum requirements please include. Commerclal general Ilablllty Insurance must meet or exceed the requirements of ISO•CGL Form No.CG 00 01 11 85 or 88, The amount of Insurance set forth helow will be a combined single �imit per occurrence for bodily InJury, personal InJury, and property damage for the policy coverage. Liability policies will be endorsed to name the City, its officlals, and employees as "addltlonal insured's" under said Insurance coverage and to state that such Insurance will be deemed"prlmary"such that any other Insurance that may be carried by the City wlll be excess thereto, Workers'Compensatlon policles shall wafve all ric�hts of subrogation ac�alnst City, its officers, officlals, employees and agents for losses arisinc7 from vrork performed by Consultaitt for City, Such Insurance must be on an "occurrence," not a "claims made," basis and will not be cancelable or subject to reductlon except upon thirty(30j days prior written notice to the City. Please find addifional Temis and Condilions on fhe reverse side of(his Services Agreemenf. This is nof a Conlract order or an aufhorizalion fo begin v�ork. ❑ Comprehensive General Llabilily, Inclutling coverage for premises, products and comple(ed operations, independent conlractors, personal injury and wntraclual obliga(ions wilh combined single limils of coverage of at leasf 51,000,000 per occurrence. The City of Chino Hills is io be Ilsfed as an addiUorially inswed parly. � Auto Liabiillv, includinc�oerned,non-owned and hired vehicles vriih at leasl; ❑ 1000 000 per occurrence. ❑ �100 000-300 000 per occurrence. � As required by Stale Statufes. A copy of your current policy must be suhmittetl naming yourself and or your company, ❑ Workers' Compensalion Insurance:as requlred by Slato Statutes including Waiver of Subroc�alion, (Not needed if Self-employed wilh no employees and CONTRACTOR signs stafement to Ihis eHect.) ❑ Business Llcense: The SERVICE PROVIDER shall agree lo have a current City of Chino Hills license on file at City Hall or purchase said license (at no cost to the City). � Scope of Services and/or Comnensation Atlachmenls � Total Compensa(ion Not-to-Exceed: �400.00 � Expirafion Date: June 30, 2015 PLEASE N07E; ALL APPLICABLE INFORh1ATI0N LISTED ABOVE A1UST BE OBTAINED AND ON FILE, PRIOR TO 7HE ISSUANCE OF A CITY CONTRACT 6EWG SENT TO YOU(VIA FAX OR HARD COP`n 6Y THE CONTRACT COPdPLIANCE OFFICER,7HUS AUTHORIZING COMMENCE�AENT OF 1^lOf2K FOR 7HE CITY. Company Name: By(Prinf name&��e): Danlelle S(asle��Acz Danielle Slasiewicz Com n iling kd8ress: City,S(ale,Zlp: 38iD emecula Av u Norco,CA 92800 Phone: E-Mail Address: �J51 412-8714 odanshocihorses ahoo.com �310 'T2�eSCa1(-�f�ve� �dall hvo copi�of th orig nl �el ag een ent al np n�th pio`o(of Insurance to:City of Chino Hills-Clly Clerk,74000 City Cenler�rlve,Chlno Hllls,CA91709 OnglnatodDepadment Conlad-� J Dale Dale Inillaled: 1/20115 VendorsAulhorizedSigna( e; — oalesigned:.��L..��/_I�_— � � � RiskManagemen(Approval: DaleApproved: Q �b — � Departmenf DiredodCily Manager Approval:_ DafeApproved: i,GENERALLY. The services ( 'Contract') covered by this services agreement must be furnished by Contractor subject to all the terms and conditions contained In this contract which Contraclor, In accepting this contract, agrees to be bound by and comply with in all particulars. No other terms or conditions are binding upon the parties unless subsequently agreed to in writing. Written acceptance of all or any portion of the Contract covered by this contract constitutes unqualified acceptance of all terms and conditions in this contract. The terms of any proposal referred to In this contract are Included and made a part of the contract only to the extent it specified the Contract, the price, and the delivery, and then only to the extent that such terms are consistent with the terms and conditions of this contract. 2.CHANGES. City may make changes within the general scope of this contract by giving notice to Contractor and subsequently confirming such changes In writing, If such changes affect the cost of or the time required for performance of this contract, an equitable adjustment in the price or delivery or both must be made. No change by Contractor is allowed without City's written approval. Any claim by Contractor for an adjustment under this section must be made in waiting within thirty (30) days from the date of receipt by Contractor of notification of such change unless City waives this condition in writing. Nothing in this section excuses Contractor from proceeding with performance of the contract as changed. 3. TERMINATION. This agreement will terminate on the date noted unless extended in advance and In writing by the City Manager or Department Director, as applicable. City or Contractor may terminate this contract at any time, either verbally or In writing, with or without cause. Should termination occur, City will pay Contractor as `rill performance unt'I such termination the unit or pro rata contract price for the performed and accepted portion of the Contract, City may provide written notice of termination for Contractor's default if Contractor refuses or falls to comply with this contract. If Contractor does not cure such failure within a reasonable flme period, or fails to perform the Contract within the time specified (or allowed by extension), Contractor will be liab'.e to City for any excess costs incurred by City. 4. TIME EXTENSION. City may extend the time for completion if, In City's sole determination, Contractor was delayed because of causes beyond Contractor's control and without Contractor's fault or negligence. In the event delay was caused by City, Contractors sole remedy is limited to recovering money actually and necessarily expended by Contractor because of the delay; there is no right to recover anticipated profit. 5.REMEDIES CUMULATIVE, City's rights and remedies under this contract are not exclusive and are in addition to any rights and remedies provided by law. UAYMENT. City will pay Contractor after receiving acceptable invoices for services rendered and accepted. Drafts will not be honored. 7. INDEMNIFICATION. Contractor agrees to indemnify and hold City harmless from and against any claim, action, damages, costs (including, without limitation, attorney's fees), injuries, or liability, arising out of the Contract, or their performance, regardless of City's passive negligence, but excepting such loss or damage which is caused by the sole active negligence or willful misconduct of the City. Should City be named in any suit, or should any claim be brought against it by suit or otherwise, whether the same be groundless or not, arising out of the Contract or their performance, Contractor will defend City (at City's request and with counsel satisfactory to City) and Indemnify City for any judgment rendered against it or any sums paid out in settlement or otherwise. For purposes of this section "City° Includes City's officers, elected officials, and employees. It is expressly understood and agreed that the foregoing provisions will survive termination of this contract. The requirements as to the types and limits of insurance coverage to be maintained by Contractor, and any approval of such insurance by City, are not Intended to and will not in any manner limit or quality the liabilities and obligations otherwise assumed by Contractor pursuant to this contract, including, without limitation; to the provlslons concerning Indemnification. &WARRANTY. Contractor agrees that the Contract is covered by the most favorable commercial warranlles the Contractor gives to any customer for the same or substantially similar services, or such other more favorable warranlles as Is specified In this contract. Warranties will be effective notwithstanding any inspection or acceptance of the Contract by City. g.ASSIGNMENT, City may assign this contract. Except as to any payment due under this contract, Contractor may not assign or subcontract the contract without City's written approval. Should City give consent, it will not relieve Contractor from any oUlgations under this contract and any transferee or subcontractor will be considered Contractor's agent. 10.INSURANCE. Contractor must provide the insurance Indicated on the face sheet of this Services Agreement. 11.PERMITS. Contractor must procure all necessary permits and licenses, and abide by all federal, state, and local laws, for performing this contract. 12.INDEPENDENT CONTRACTOR. City and Contractor agree that Contractor will act as an independent contractor and will have control of all work and the manner In which is it performed, Contractor ve!I be free to contract for similar service to be performed for other employers while under contract with City. Contractor is not an agent or employee of City and is not entitled to participate in any pension plan, insurance, bonus or similar benefits City provides for its employees. Any provision In this contract that may appear to give City the right to direct Contractor as to the details of doing the work or to exercise a measure of control over the work means that Contractor will follow the direction of the City as to end results of the work only. 13 WAIVER. City's review or acceptance of, or payment for, work product prepared by Contractor under this contract will not be construed to operate as a waiver of any rights City may have under this Agreement or of any cause of action arising from Contractor's performance. A waiver by City of any breach of any term, covenant, or condition contained in this contract will not be deemed to be a waiver of any subsequent breach of the same or any other term, covenant, or condition contained in this contract, whether of the same or different character. 14.IN'rERPRETATION. This Agreement was drafted in, and will be construed in accordance with the laws of the Slate of California, and exclusive venue for any action involving this agreement will be in San Bernardino County. The City of Chino Hills Community Services Department toecny Attachment A Chmto Hills McCoy Equestrian & Recreation Center 2014 Horse Show Agreement This agreement, made effective between the City of Chino Hills, hereinafter referred to as "City" and Danielle Stasiewicz referred to as "Judge", mutually agree to the following: 1. For and in consideration of the Judge performing the functions mentioned herein, the City agrees to compensate the Judge In the amount of $400.00 per show day, 2. Judge agrees to arrive at the McCoy Equestrian and Recreation Center (30) minutes before the first scheduled class of show. First class begins at 9:00 a.m. on SUNDAY, Mav 17, 2015. McCoy Equestrian and Recreation Center is located at 14280 Peyton Drive, between English Road and Eucalyptus Avenue in Chino Hills. 3. Judge is solely responsible for transport to and from the McCoy Equestrian & Recreation Center. 4. City will provide a class list premium thirty (30) days prior to Horse Show. 5. City will provide a "Ring Steward" for the day of the competition. 6. The Judge's attire shall be appropriate to a professional appearance In the ring. 7. The City shall provide written patterns for posting in the classes requiring such pattern. 8. Unless otherwise stated, USEF Rules will be followed. The judge shall be responsible for bringing a copy of the USEF Rules on the day of the event. 9. City agrees to provide Judge on-site lunch and refreshments. Should Judge have any special dietary requirements, we ask that Judge advised City two weeks prior to Horse Show. 10. City agrees to pay Judge via City of Chino Hills check at the completion of the Horse Show. If Judge does not complete its duties as stated in this contract Judge will not receive a check at the completion of the Horse Show, but instead will receive a check via mail. Said check will be prorated at a reduced rate, reflecting the duties not performed. 11. Judge agrees to allow the City to photograph the Judge and release the use of the photographs for publicity in City publications other Information tools. 12. This writing constitutes the entire agreement between the Group and City; there are no oral agreements or amendments between parties. This agreement shall not be amended except by a writing executed by both parties to this agreement. 13. In the event of Inclement weather, City will determine the action to be taken, JUDGE: Danielle Stasiewicz 28TTe a Avenue Notco, CA 9286 Phone: (951) 412-8714 E-mail: iodansho�vhorses(@vahoo.com �CSII l) C Y}_ C, CITY: City of Chino Hills Recreation Division 14000 City Center Dtive Chino Hills, CA 91709 Phone: (909) 364-2700 Fax: (909) 364-2735 E-P,4d: i narshall(ochinohills.ora