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Standard Pacific Corporation A2015-140 AIS— No S EY;yYb Recording Requested By And When Recorded Return to: CITY CLERK CITY OF CHINO HILLS 14000 City Center Drive Chino Hills, CA 91709 EXEMPT FROM RECORDER'S FEES Pursuant to Government Code § 6103 AGREEMENT BY AND AMONG THE CITY OF CHINO HILLS AND STANDARD PACIFIC CORP. REGARDING PARKS AND RECREATION FACILITIES FEES AND QUIMBY FEES THIS AGREEMENT SHALL BE RECORDED WITHIN TEN DAYS OF EXECUTION BY ALL PARTIES HERETO Page 1 of 22 AGREEMENT REGARDING PARKS AND RECREATION FACILITIES FEES AND Oi1IMBY FEES This Agreement Regarding Parks And Recreation Facilities and Quimby Fees (the "Agreement") is made and entered into by and among the CITY OF CHINO HILLS, a municipal corporation (referred to hereinafter as "City") and STANDARD PACIFIC CORP., a Delaware Corporation (referred to hereinafter as "Developer"). City and Developer are referred to hereinafter individually as "Party" and collectively as "Parties." In consideration of the mutual covenants and agreements contained in this Agreement, City and Developer agree as follows: Recitals. This Agreement is made with respect to the following facts and for the following purposes, each of which is acknowledged as true and correct by the Parties and incorporated into the Agreement by this reference: 1.1 Pursuant to Chino Hills Municipal Code ("CHMC") Chapter 3.40, the City of Chino Hills is authorized to enter into binding contractual agreements concerning the payment of the City's development impact fees, including the City's Parks and Recreation Facilities Fee required by CHMC Section 3.40.080 ("PREF") and Quimby In-Lieu Fees required by CHMC Section 3.40.090 and City Ordinance No. 66 ("Quimby In-Lieu Fees"), and reimbursements and credits for public facilities constructed in lieu of payment of such fees. 1,2 Developer is the owner of certain real property in the City of Chino Hills, consisting of approximately three hundred and thirty-six (336) acres legally described on Exhibit "A," attached hereto and incorporated herein by this reference, and depicted on Final Tract Map No. 15989 and Tentative Tract Map Nos. 16413; 16338; 16414 (collectively`Tract Maps"), true and correct copies of which are attached hereto as Exhibits "Ar 1"through "A-4" and incorporated herein by this reference (the "Property"). 1.3 On April 25, 2006, the City Council of the City of Chino Hills (the"City Council") certified Environmental Impact Report SCH# 200408104 and approved entitlements including the Tract Maps to develop a multi-tract community known as Vila Borba,which permits development of 631 total residential units on 336 acres (the"Project"). 1.4 In 2014, Developer submitted applications for amendments to the General Plan and Zoning Map to redesignate the site of Tentative Tract Map No. 16414 as RM-1, and remove the 5-acre commercial designation. The Developer now intends to develop 68 townhomes and 93 detached condominiums. If approved, the new residential unit total for the Project would be 513 residential units. Page 2 of 22 1.5 Conditions of Approval for the Project were also adopted on April 25, 2006. The relevant conditions are set forth below: 1.5.1 Conditions of Approval No. 149 provided as follows: "The applicant shall dedicate and finish grade a five-acre public park within Tract 15989." 1.5.2 Conditions of Approval No. 150 provided as follows: "The applicant shall construct the community park, including but not limited to, the parking lot, plant material and irrigation system installation, recreational equipment and installation. Park construction costs will be credited against park fees owed for all commercial and residential parcels. Park construction costs in excess of the amount of park fees will be borne by the applicant. If park construction costs a total less than the amount of fees owed for all commercial and residential parcels, the applicant will apply the difference between park construction costs and fees owed, up to the full amount of fees owed. Park construction must be substantially complete, as determined by the Community Development Director, prior to issuance of the 180th building permit for tract 15989." 1.6 By this Agreement, City and Developer desire to set forth the terms under which Developer will comply with conditions of approval Nos. 149 and 150 and receive PRFF credits and Quimby In-Lieu Fee credits for the Project, and to deviate from certain provisions of CHMC Section 3.40, as set forth further herein. 1.7 To satisfy conditions of approval No. 149 and 150, Developer: 1) separately dedicated to the City 5.67 acres of parkland upon recordation of Tract Map No. 15989, identified as Lot Y ("Park Site"), pursuant to Ordinance No. 66 (the City's Quimby Fee ordinance) which both Parties agree fully satisfies the City's Quimby Fee ordinance requirement for the Project(codified at CHMC Chapter 16.86 and Government Code Section 66477) for the first 573 residential units, with no obligation on the City's part to provide any compensation to Developer even if fewer than 631 residential units are constructed; and 2) agrees to construct the Park Improvements (defined below) in exchange for a dollar-for-dollar credit against the City's PRFF obligation for the Project ("PRFF credits") and a credit for the Quimby In-Lieu Fee due under the City's Quimby Fee Ordinance for units beyond the first 573 residential units ("Quimby Fee Credits"), up to the amount of Developer's total audited construction and design costs. 1.8 The design and construction costs for the Park Improvements (as defined below) are "Facilities" as that term is defined in Chapter 3.40 and are thus eligible for PRFF credits pursuant to CHMC Section 3.40.080.A. because constructing parks on land dedicated pursuant to Quimby Act and Ordinance No. 66 are expressly referenced in the Public Facilities Implementation Plan, prepared by Keyser Marston Associates, Inc., dated August 1998 ("KMA Study"), page 55. Page 3 of 22 1.9 The Park Improvements (as defined below) are currently estimated to cost approximately two million four hundred thousand dollars ($2,400,000). The PRFF is currently$2,422 per dwelling unit. If the Developer builds 513 units, the Developer's total PRFF, with current fees, is estimated to be $1,242,486 (with no Quimby In-Lieu fees due to the dedication of the Park Site noted above). If the Developer builds 631 units, the Developer's total PRFF,with current fees, is estimated to be $1,528,282, and the total Quimby In-Lieu fees at the current fee of $867 per residential unit above the 573 residential units is estimated to be $50,286. Therefore, the cost of Park Improvement costs is estimated to significantly exceed the Project's PRFF and Quimby In-Lieu fee obligation. 1.10 CHMC Section 3.40.080.D. provides that the Developer may claim credit on the PRFF subject to the restrictions and limitations as set forth in CHMC Section 3.40.180, including an audit. Further, CFIMC Section 3.40.190.A. provides that: "Each written agreement shall have an audit performed on all facilities constructed under the written agreement before reimbursement or credits can be provided," Section 3.40.180.B. provides that: "Credits/reimbursements shall not exceed the lesser of the costs of facilities as set forth in the 1998 Study used to establish the fees for this chapter or the actual audited costs of the facilities,"and Section 3.40.180.C. provides that: "At the time fees are due ... a maximum of ninety (90) percent of fees owed may be offset by credits against such fees. At least ten (10) percent of all fees owed must be paid at the time fees are due." However, the City Council has determined that the public's interest is served by providing these credits prior to commencement of the construction and the audit, that the amount of the credit will be provided up to the total design and construction costs, even if the KMA Study set forth a lesser amount for the costs of facilities, so that one hundred percent(100%) of PRFF owed will be offset by credits against such fees_rather than ninety (90) percent. Further, the City Council has determined that the public's interest is served by waiving the requirement of the KMA Study that credits not be used for the 7.5%administrative charge and instead to permit the Developer to pay the 7.5%administrative charge with credits such that the PRFF Fund pays the City's General Fund for the administrative charge. Finally, CHMC Section 3.40.190. A. provides that agreements regarding credits such as this one shall have no force or effect after twenty-five (25) years from the date of its first approval by the City; however, the City Council has determined that the public's interest is served by permitting the PRFF credits to survive the termination and/or expiration of this Agreement. CI-IMC Section 3.40.190.E provides for variation in the requirements of Chapter 3.40 if the following provision is included in the beginning of this Agreement and in the notice on the City Council agenda for the item that approves this Agreement. Such notice was provided on the agenda posted on May 23, 2015 for the City Council meeting of May 26, 2015, at which this Agreement was approved. Further, this provision is included in this Agreement as follows, and incorporated herein by reference: Page 4 of 22 "THIS AGREEMENT ALTERS THE MANNER AND/OR TIMING OF THE PAYMENT OF DEVELOPMENT FEES AS SUCH WOULD BE PAID PURSUANT TO THE EXISTING DEVELOPMENT FEES ORDINANCE IN EFFECT. 1.11 As of the date of execution of this Agreement, no construction has yet occurred on the Park Site. 1.12 Both the City Council of the City and the Developer find that Public Contract Code competitive bidding requirements are not applicable to the Park Improvements construction and would be unavailing. The purpose of such bidding requirements is to guard against favoritism, improvidence, extravagance, fraud and corruption, to prevent waste of public funds, and to obtain the best economic result for the public. This is unnecessary in this instance because the Developer is selecting and paying for the construction which is anticipated to exceed the City's credits for the PRFF and Quimby In-Lieu Fee, and thus has an economic incentive to choose a contractor for the whole Project that will construct the Park Improvements (as defined below) at the lowest cost, so competitive bidding would not produce an advantage, and the advertisement of competitive bid would thus be undesirable, and impractical, and, courts have enforced contracts in these circumstances (Graydon v. Pasadena Redevelopment Agency 104 Cal.App.3d 631, 635-46 (1980) and Los Angeles Dredging Co. v. Long Beach 210 Cal. 348, 354 (1930)). Additionally, the Park Site is owned by the Developer and will be constructed by the Developer with private funds. 1.13 City and Developer acknowledge and agree that the consideration that is to be exchanged pursuant to this Agreement is fair,just and reasonable. 2. Property Subiect To This Aereement. All of the Property shall be subject to this Agreement. The Property may be referred to hereinafter as "the site" or "the Project area." 3. Bindina Effect. The burdens of this Agreement are binding upon, and the benefits of the Agreement inure to, each Party and each successive successor in interest thereto and constitute covenants that run with the Property. Whenever the terms "City" and "Developer" are used herein, such terms shall include every successive successor in interest thereto, except that the term "Developer" shall not include the purchaser or transferee of any lot within the Project area that has been fully developed in accordance with the Project approvals and this Agreement. 4. Constructive Notice and Acceptance. Every person who acquires any right, title or interest in or to any portion of the Property in which the Developer has a legal interest is, and shall be, conclusively deemed to have consented and agreed to be bound by this Agreement, whether or not any reference to the Agreement is contained in the instrument by which such person acquired such right, title or interest. Page 5 of 22 5. Release Upon Transfer. Upon the sale or transfer of the Developer's interest in any portion of the Property, except as otherwise provided herein, that Developer shall be released from its obligations with respect to the portion so sold or transferred subsequent to the effective date of the sale or transfer and the Developer may transfer the benefits of this Agreement with respect to the portion so sold or transferred, provided that the Developer(i) was not in breach of this Agreement at the time of the sale or transfer and (ii) prior to the sale or transfer, delivers to City a written assumption agreement, duly executed by the purchaser or transferee and notarized by a notary public, whereby the purchaser or transferee expressly assumes the obligations of Developer remaining under this Agreement with respect to the sold or transferred portion of the Property. Failure to provide a written assumption agreement hereunder shall not negate, modify or otherwise affect the liability of the purchaser or transferee pursuant to this Agreement. Nothing contained herein shall be deemed to grant to City discretion to approve or deny any such sale or transfer, except as otherwise expressly provided in this Agreement. 6. Transfers to Homeowners. Upon request, City shall release in writing purchasers of individual improved residential lots from the obligations of this Agreement at close of escrow for such residential unit. 7. Developer's Obligations. Developer hereby agrees to undertake the following obligations as set forth below: 7.1 Park Construction. Developer shall construct Park Improvements (defined below) on the Park Site at its sole cost and expense, but will receive credits against the PRFF and Quimby In-Lieu Fee owed by Developer for this Project as provided in this Agreement. Such construction must be complete and accepted by the City (which acceptance shall not be unreasonably withheld or delayed as set forth in Section 10.2 of this Agreement), prior to issuance of the 66th building permit for any Project dwelling unit (excluding model units and permits for ancillary structures). Notwithstanding any other provision in this Agreement, Developer agrees that the City may withhold further use of PRFF credits until this schedule is met which is consistent with the Covenant and Agreement and Declaration of Restrictions for the Formation of the Community Facilities District and Construction of Community Park, dated April 28, 2015 between the Parties, which provides that the Park hnprovements must be accepted (which acceptance shall not be unreasonable withheld) prior to the issuance of the 66`h building permit for the Project. Developer must prepare the design plans and specifications for the Park Improvements, which will be subject to the reasonable and expeditious approval by City ("Design Plans"). The Design Plans must substantially conform to the conceptual design, as depicted on Exhibit"B," attached hereto. All construction must substantially conform to the Design Plans. Further, except for the sewer system, utilities (water, electricity and gas) for the Park Site shall be separately metered, with independent systems not linked or tied into utility systems for the adjacent lots. All of these improvements described in this Section 7.1 and/or depicted in the conceptual design and/or Design Plans and/or constructed on the Park shall collectively be referred to in this Agreement as "Park Improvements." Page 6 of 22 7.2 PRFF and Quimby In-Lieu Fee Credit. Developer shall be provided PRFF and Quimby In-Lieu Fee credits solely for the design and construction of the Park Improvements and for no other purpose. Developer shall be solely responsible for the development, design and construction of the Park Improvements except as provided in this Sections 7.1 and 7.3 of this Agreement. Such construction of the Park Improvements must be complete and accepted by the City (which acceptance shall not be unreasonable withheld) prior to the issuance of the 66th building permit for the Project, and the portion of the Park depicted on Exhibit"C," which is attached hereto and incorporated herein by reference, that is not marked with a slashed area must be open for use by the general public within 15 days of such acceptance, which will he during the 90-day plant establishment period set forth in Section 7.16 below. 7.3 Administration of Construction. The Park Improvements will be constructed under the direction, control and supervision of Developer. Developer is responsible for and must take any and all actions necessary to complete the construction of the Park Improvements as provided in this Agreement, including, without limitation, preparing contracts, hiring contractors, securing necessary permits and other approvals and overseeing and coordinating the actions of contractors. Developer shall expressly include a provision in all contracts with any and all contractors that construct Park Improvements as follows: "The City of Chino Hills is a third party beneficiary to this Agreement." Further, all contracts with subcontractors that construct Park Improvements must include a provision expressly stating that the City of Chino Hills is a third party beneficiary. Developer must keep City reasonably informed of the progress of construction and other matters related to the completion of the Park Improvements. Developer is responsible for securing necessary permits for the construction of said Park Improvements. Except as may be required in the ordinary course of business or as required by applicable law, City will not direct, control or supervise the construction of the Park Improvements. City inspections of the Park may occur on a daily basis during construction to ensure compliance with this Agreement and proper construction, and City shall make good faith efforts to ensure that inspections occur within one work day of Developer's request, a work day being a day in which the City of Chino Hills is open. 7.4 Construction. Construction of the Park Improvements must substantially conform to the approved Design Plans as evidenced by the approval of the City Engineer, which approval will not be unreasonably delayed or withheld. Upon the City Engineer approving completion of construction of the Park Improvements, Developer must prepare and execute a Notice of Completion as to the Park Improvements, record said notice with the San Bernardino County Recorder's Office, and cause its contractors to provide lien and material releases, as applicable. 7.5 Payment of Prevailing Wage. Developer shall, and shall require all successors, assigns, occupants, tenants, contractors and subcontractors, to pay prevailing wages Page 7 of 22 for the construction of the Park Improvements; however, nothing in this Agreement shall obligate Developer, or its successors, assigns, occupants, tenants, contractors and subcontractors,to pay prevailing wages or otherwise comply with prevailing wage requirements with respect to construction of the Project that is not Park Improvements unless required by the prevailing wage requirements of Labor Code section 1720 et seq. It is Developer's responsibility to interpret and implement any prevailing wage requirements and Developer agrees to pay any penalty or civil damages resulting from a violation of the prevailing wage laws. 7.5.1 Developer and all successors, assigns, occupants, tenants, contractors and subcontractors shall comply with all federal and state laws with respect to prevailing wage requirements. Note that the Park Improvements are subject to compliance monitoring and enforcement by the California Department of Industrial Relations. Pursuant to California law, the Developer must find bids for Park Improvements failing to comply with all applicable Labor Code requirements including, without limitation, Labor Code §§1725.5 and 1771.4, to be nonresponsive. In accordance with Labor Code § 1773.2, copies of the prevailing rate of per diem wages are available upon request from City's Engineering Division or the website for State of California Prevailing wage determination at http://www.dir.ca.gov/DLSR/PWD, Developer must post a copy of the prevailing rate of per diem wages at the Park Improvement job site and comply with all applicable requirements of Labor Code § 1775.5 regarding apprentices and 8 Cal.Code,Reg, 16100 for the Park Improvements. 7.5.2 Developer must keep accurate certified payroll records showing the name, occupation, and the actual per diem wages paid to each worker employed in connection with the Park Improvements. The record will be kept open at all reasonable hours to the inspection of the City and to the Division of Labor Law Enforcement. If requested by City, Developer must provide copies of the records at its cost. 7.5.3 A copy of all payrolls of each contractor and subcontractor for the Park Improvements shall be submitted monthly to the City Engineer. Payrolls shall contain the full name, address and social security number of each employee, his or her correct classification, rate of pay, daily and weekly number of hours worked, itemized deductions made, and actual wages paid. They shall also indicate all apprentices and ratio of apprentices to journeymen. The employee's address and social security number need only appear on the first payroll on which his or her name appears. The payroll shall be accompanied by a "Statement of Compliance," signed by the employer or its agent, indicating that the payrolls are correct Page 8 of 22 and complete, and that the wage rates contained therein are not less than those required. The "Statement of Compliance" shall be on forms furnished by the City, or on any form with identical wording. The Developer shall be responsible for the submission of copies of payrolls from all subcontractors. 7.5.4 In the event that Developer breaches this Section 7.5 of this Agreement or fails to pay prevailing wages as required by Labor Code section 1720 et seq., Developer shall be obligated to defend, indemnify and hold harmless the City, its elected and appointed officials and officers, employees and agents, from and against all damages of whatsoever kind or nature, including without limitation fines and penalties levied by other governmental agencies, legal fees and costs, and damages arising from any civil action to the extent caused by Developer's breach of this Section 7.5 or Developer's failure to pay prevailing wages or comply with prevailing wage requirements as required by Labor Code section 1720 et seq. 7.6 False Claims. Developer must make its contractors aware of California Penal Code § 72 and California Government Code § 12650, et seq.,pertaining to false claims and inform them that submitting or certifying a false claim may lead to fines, imprisonment, and other severe legal consequences. 7.7 Accounting for Costs of Construction. Within 30 calendar days of the acceptance by the City of the Park Improvements, Developer must provide City Engineer with its construction contracts related to the Park Improvements and detailed invoices which identify the Park Improvements costs being invoiced and list the hours worked and hourly rates for each personnel category and reimbursable costs, excluding from such invoices all costs related to construction of improvements or facilities associated with the Project that are not connected to the Park Improvements. Therefore, Developer must ensure that its design and construction team members separately account in its invoices for costs associated with the design and construction of the Park Improvements. 7.8 Requirements of CHMC Chapter 3.40 and Condition of Approval No. 150. Developer acknowledges that PRFF credits may only be provided pursuant to the requirements of CHMC Chapter 3.40, except as expressly modified in this Agreement. The Parties agree the requirements of CHMC Chapter 3.40 are modified as follows: (i) to authorize the use of PRFF credits prior to commencement of the Park Site construction and the audit, (ii) to establish the amount of the PREF credits may be provided up to the total value of the Park Improvement design and construction costs, even if the Keyser Marston Associates, Inc. study, dated August 1998 ("KMA Study"), sets forth a lesser amount for the costs of facilities, (iii) to waive the requirement of paying ten percent(10%) of all Page 9 of 22 PRFF owed so that one hundred percent(100%) of PRFF owed may be offset by credits against such fees rather than ninety (90) percent and (iv)to waive the requirement of the KMA Study that credits not be used for the 7.5%administrative charge and instead to permit the Developer to pay the 7.5%administrative charge with PRFF credits such that the PRFF Fund pays the City's General Fund for the administrative charge. The PRFF credit amount shall be adjusted after completion of a final audit of these costs, as required by CHMC Section 3.40.180, subdivision B. for actual costs allowable, as approved by the City in its reasonable discretion. The Developer shall pay the City's estimated cost of the audit pursuant to CHMC Section 3.40.180.B., immediately upon filing the Notice of Completion of the Park Improvements however, the cost of the audit shall be adjusted upon completion of the audit to ensure that the actual costs of the audit are paid, and any underpayment or overpayment for the cost of the audit is provided as necessary within 90 days of the completion of the audit. Pursuant to Project Condition of Approval No. 150 set forth above, Park Improvement design and construction costs in excess of the PRFF and Quimby In-Lieu Fee obligation for the Project, if any, will be borne by the Developer and Developer waives any right to seek reimbursement of same against the City. If, after the audit of Park Improvements construction and design costs, such costs total less than the amount of PRFF and Quimby In-Lieu Fee owed for the Project, then the Developer(or its successors or assigns) shall pay the City the difference between Park Improvements design and construction costs and PRFF and Quimby In-Lieu Fee owed to the City, to the full amount of fees owed, on a per unit basis upon issuance of such remaining building permits. 7.9 No Obligation of General Fund. Notwithstanding any other provision in this Agreement, this Agreement does not obligate the City's General Fund in any manner. 7.10 Conveyance of Title. Upon completion and acceptance of the Park Improvements (pursuant to the process set forth below), Developer shall ensure that the completed Park Site (dedicated by recordation of the Tract Map) has acceptable title (as defined herein), and convey the Park Site (with the Park Improvements) to the City with acceptable title (as defined herein). "Acceptable title" means title free and clear of all liens and encumbrances, except those non-monetary encumbrances and easements which are determined by the City in its reasonable discretion to not interfere with the intended use of the Park Site and Park Improvements and therefore are not required to be cleared from title. City determined that, as of the Recordation of the Final Map, the Park Site had acceptable title. Developer shall transfer acceptable title of the Park Improvements to the City by such documents as reasonable and necessary to attain the purposes of this Agreement, including, but not limited to, release of any mortgages on the Park Site and assignments to City, to the extent available and assignable, on a non-exclusive basis, of warranties and guarantees relating to the Park Improvements provided by any and all contractors that construct the Park Improvements. Page 10 of 22 7.11 Labor and Material Bonds and Liens. Prior to the effective date of this Agreement, Developer secured and posted a labor and materials bonds securing payment to the contractor, his subcontractors and to persons renting equipment or furnishing labor and/or materials to them, in a form acceptable to the City, equal to $1,038,489, that will remain in effect for the duration of the construction of the Park Improvements and for six months after the acceptance of the Park Improvements. If any liens of mechanics, material men, suppliers, and others are recorded against the property upon the Park, Developer must immediately take all steps reasonably necessary to remove such liens. 7.12 Performance Bond. Prior to the effective date of this Agreement, Developer secured and posted a bond in an amount equal $2,076,977 as security for the faithful performance of the Subdivision Improvement Agreement for the Park Improvements, which upon acceptance of the Park Improvements by the City shall convert to one-year warranty bond in an amount equal to twenty-five percent(25%) of the bond amount. 7.13 Permits. Before Developer commences construction of any buildings, structures or other works of improvement upon the Park Site, Developer shall secure or cause to be secured any and all permits which may be required by the City or any other governmental agency affected by such construction, development or work. Such permits shall be secured at the Developer's own expense. Subject to the terms of this Agreement, it is understood that the Developer is obligated to pay all necessary fees and to timely submit to the City final drawings with final corrections to obtain any necessary permits. The Developer shall comply with all conditions to approval of all zoning changes, general plan amendments, specific plan modifications, precise plans, subdivision maps, conditional use permits, CEQA approvals or any other land use approvals, and all costs of compliance shall be at the sole expense of the Developer. 7.14 Hazardous Materials. The Developer agrees to comply and to cause all operations on the Park Site to comply at all times with Applicable Rules regarding Hazardous Materials. The Developer further covenants that it shall not(i) deposit Hazardous Materials in, on, under or upon Park Site or(ii)permit the deposit of Hazardous Materials in, on, under or upon the Property or Park Site. For purposes of this Agreement, the term "Hazardous Materials" means, without limitation, gasoline (other than as used in the normal course of business), petroleum products, explosives, radioactive materials, hazardous wastes, hazardous or toxic substances, polychlorinated biphenyls or related or similar materials, asbestos or any other substance or material as may now or hereafter be defined as a hazardous or toxic substance by any federal, state or local environmental law, ordinance, rule or regulation, including, without limitation,(i) the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation and Liability Act of 1980, as amended by the Superfund Amendments and Reauthorization Act (42 U.S.C. Section 6901 et seq.), as amended, (ii) the Federal Water Pollution Control Act (33 U.S.C. Section 1251 et. seq.), as amended, (iii) the Clean Air Act (42 U.S.C. Section 7401 et seq., as amended, (iv)the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act, as amended by the Page 11 of 22 Hazardous and Solid Waste Amendments of 1984 (42 U.S.C. Section 6902 et seq.), as amended, (v)the Toxic Substances Control Act (15 U.S.C. Section 2601-2629), as amended, (vi) the Hazardous Materials Transportation Act(49 U.S.C. Section 1801 et seq.), as amended, (vii)the Carpenter-Presley-Tanner Hazardous Substance Account Act (California Health & Safety Code Section 25300 et seq.), as amended, (viii) the Hazardous Waste Control Law (California Health & Safety Code Section 25100 et seq.), as amended, (ix) the Porter-Cologne Water Quality Control Act (California Water Code Section 13000 et seq.), as amended, (x)the Safe Drinking Water and Toxic Enforcement Act of 1986, as amended, (xi) the Hazardous Materials Release Response Plans and Inventory (California Health & Safety Code Section 25500 et seq.), as amended, (xii) the Air Resources Law (California Health & Safety Code Section 39000 et seq.), as amended or(xiii) in any of the regulations adopted and publications promulgated pursuant to the foregoing, as amended. 7.15 Mitigation Fee Act. Developer agrees that the requirements of this Agreement merely implement Conditions of Approval No. 149 and 150 set forth above as well as the City's ordinances regarding requiring the payment of PRFF, so any right to protest the Conditions of any fees, dedications, reservations, or other exactions, as defined in Section 66000 of the Government Code, passed ninety days after the approval of the Project on April 25, 2006 and, except as set forth in this Section 7.15, is therefore expressly waived. Further, notwithstanding the above, if a court finds otherwise, Developer acknowledges that notice pursuant to Government Code Section 66020(d)(1) of imposition of the fees and conditions set forth in this Agreement has been provided and the 90-day approval period in which the applicant may protest has begun. Nothing set forth in this Section 7.15, however, shall waive Developer's right to protest conditions of approval, conditions of any fees, fees, dedications, reservations or other exactions in connection with subsequent Project approvals, including but not limited to the pending application to amend Tentative Tract Map No. 16414. 7.16 Ownership, Maintenance and One-Year Guarantee. Developer shall retain the title to any facility constructed by Developer on the Park Site until such time as the City accepts the Park Improvements pursuant to Section 10 below. 7.16.1 Maintenance. Prior to the acceptance of the Park Improvements by the City, and for ninety days thereafter, Developer shall be responsible for the maintenance of the Park Site and Park Improvements. Fifteen (15) days after acceptance of the Park Improvements by the City, the portions of the Park Site that are not marked as within a slashed area on Exhibit"C" shall be open to the public, but all other portions of the Park Site shall be closed to the public during the ninety (90) day Developer maintenance period. The Park Site shall be maintained in a first class clean, neat and orderly manner, except for those portions of the Park Site that are open to the public, which shall be replaced, as needed, at the end of the 90-day period in order to be turned over to the City in a first Page 12 of 22 class clean, neat and orderly manner. Such replacement may require Developer to temporarily close portions of the Park Site otherwise open to the public. In addition, the Developer shall comply with the following plant establishment requirements up until the 90-day maintenance period ceases: 7.16.1.1 Subject to the terms set forth in Section 7.16.1, Developer shall maintain all planted areas on the Park Site on a continuous basis as they are completed and during the plant establishment period ("Plant Establishment Period"). The Developer shall request a final inspection to begin the Plant Establishment Period after all planting and related work have been completed in accordance with the approved plans. After planting is completed, a field notification will be issued to the Developer to establish the effective beginning date of the Plant Establishment Period. The Plant Establishment Period shall be 90 days unless extended by the City's Public Works Director or his designee on the grounds that the planted areas are improperly maintained, appreciable plant replacement is required, or other corrective work becomes necessary. Such maintenance shall include, but not be limited to, all watering, irrigation repair, weeding, mowing, edging, cultivating, spraying, and pruning necessary to keep the plant materials in a healthy growing condition and to keep the planted areas neat and attractive throughout the maintenance period. The Developer shall be responsible for detecting diseases, fungus, and pests (including rabbits, gophers, groundhogs, rodents) as soon as they are present and shall take immediate action to identify, control, and remove the disease, fungus, or pest. Pest control programs of all mammals shall be done without extermination or as approved by the City's Public Works Director. Plants shall be maintained in a disease and pest free condition. A licensed pest control applicator shall be maintained to recommend and apply pesticide, herbicides, and fungicides. Developer shall be responsible for removal of gophers and moles from site and repair any and all damage attributed to their presence. Damaged plant material due to vertebrate pests (rabbits, gophers, groundhogs, etc.) shall be replaced immediately by Developer at no cost to City. Dead, dying and damaged plant material shall be removed and replaced at no cost to the City. Developer shall be responsible for removal of rodents, slugs, snails, and cutworms from site as required and repair damage as above. Any required pruning of plants will be designated by the Public Works Director or his designee at the start of the Plant Establishment Period and the Developer shall perform the pruning during the Plant Establishment Period. Developer shall apply a pelletized fertilizer blend of 15-15-15 at the beginning and at every 30-day maintenance interval at the rate 350 lbs. per acre until the designated end of the 90- Page 13 of 22 day maintenance period. A 90-day maintenance program shall consist of three fertilizer periods. Apply 25 lbs. Gro-Power Plus per 1,000 square feet at 25th and 50th day of 90-day maintenance period. Developer shall ensure that all paved areas will be broom cleaned and/or blown clean and maintained in a neat and clean condition at all times, as directed by the City. AQMD and WQMP best practices shall be observed. 7.16.2 All planted areas shall be kept free of debris and shall be weeded and cultivated at intervals not to exceed 10 days. The first mowing of the lawn areas shall be performed when the grass is 2-1/2 inches high and shall be repeated as often as necessary to maintain the lawn at a height of 2 inches. In no case shall the lawn be cut lower than 1- 1/2 inches. Upon completion of the Plant Establishment Period, a final inspection will be performed by the Public Works Director or his designee. If the Plant Establishment Period is satisfactorily completed ahead of other Park Improvements, the maintenance of planted areas shall be continued by the Developer until all other Park Improvements are completed. 7.16.3 The Developer shall guarantee the Park Improvements for a period of one year following the completion by the Developer and acceptance by the City against any defective work or labor done or defective materials furnished, in the performance of this Agreement by the Developer. All trees and plants planted on the Park Site by the Developer shall be guaranteed by the Developer to live and grow in an acceptable upright position for a period of one year after completion and final acceptance by the City. The Developer, within fifteen (15) calendar days of written notification by the City, shall remove and replace all plant materials which fail to meet the requirements of the guarantee. Replacement shall be made with plant materials as indicated or specified for the original planting, and all such replacement materials shall be guaranteed as specified for the original guaranteed materials for the remaining period of the guarantee. 8. Indemnification/Defense. The Developer shall indemnify, defend with counsel reasonably acceptable to the City, and hold harmless the City and its officers, employees and agents from and against any and all losses, liabilities, fines, penalties, costs, claims, demands, damages, injuries or judgments arising out of, or resulting in any way from, the Developer's negligent or wrongful acts in the performance of this Agreement. Developer shall indemnify, defend with counsel reasonably acceptable to the City, and hold harmless the City and its officers, employees and agents from and against any action or proceeding to attack, review, set aside, void, or annul this Agreement or any provisions thereof. Page 14 of 22 9. Insurance—Tunes and Limits. In order to accomplish the indemnification provided for in this Agreement, Developer must secure and maintain until completion and acceptance of all of the Park Improvements by City the following types of insurance with limits as shown: 9.1 Workers' Compensation -A program of Workers' Compensation Insurance or a State-approved Self Insurance Program in an amount and form to meet all applicable requirements of the Labor Code of the State of California, including Employer's Liability with One Million Dollars ($1,000,000.00) limits, covering all persons providing services on behalf of the Developer to construct the Park Improvements. 9.2 General Liability - Such general liability insurance shall be written with a limit of liability of not less than One Million Dollars ($1,000,000.00) combined single limits for damages arising out of bodily injury, including sickness and death, injury to or destruction of property of others, arising directly or indirectly out of or in connection with the construction of the Park Improvements including explosion, collapse and underground exposure. 9.3 Vehicle Liability - Such vehicle liability insurance shall be written with a limit of liability of not less than One Million Dollars ($1,000,000.00) combined single limits for all bodily injury, including sickness and death or injury to or destruction of property of others, arising directly or indirectly out of or in connection with the construction of the Park Improvements. 9.4 Insurance—General Requirements. (a) The insurance required under this Agreement shall cover as insureds under all policies, excepting Workers Compensation Insurance, the City, its officers, employees, and agents. (b) The insurance required under this Agreement shall be placed with insurers with a current A.M. Best's rating of no less than A:VII, and which insurers are authorized to do business in California as insurance carriers. (c) Developer shall, prior to the commencement of construction hereunder, furnish certificates of insurance and endorsements to the City evidencing the insurance coverage required under this Agreement. Such insurance shall not be terminated or expire without thirty (30) days written notice to the City, and Developer shall maintain such insurance from the time Developer commences performances of construction hereunder until the completion and acceptance of the Park Improvements. (d) All policies, with respect to the insurance coverage required under this Agreement, except for the Workers' Compensation Insurance coverage, vehicle liability and professional liability coverage, if applicable, shall obtain additional endorsements covering the City and its employees, agents, volunteers and officers as insureds Page 15 of 22 with respect to liabilities arising out of the performance of this Agreement. (e) Developer shall require the carriers of the coverages required under this Agreement to waive all rights of subrogation against the City, its officers, volunteers, employees, contractors, agents and subcontractors. (f) All policies required under this Agreement are to be primary and non-contributing with any insurance or self-insurance programs carried or administered by the City. 10, City's Obligations. City hereby agrees to undertake the following obligations as set forth below and as otherwise set forth in this Agreement: 10.1 Upon the effective date of this Agreement, City shall afford Developer Quimby In- Lieu Fee credits and PRFF credits for Quimby In-Lieu Fee, if any, and PRFF otherwise due for the Project upon issuance of building permits. The PRFF credits provided to Developer shall fully satisfy the Project's PRFF obligation unless the audit set forth in Section 7.8 above concludes that the total Park Improvement costs are less than the amount of PRFF otherwise owed for the Project, in which event Developer shall pay City the difference on a per unit basis upon issuance of such remaining building permits. Any PRFF previously paid by the Developer for the Project shall be refunded to Developer within ninety(90) days of the effective date of this Agreement. 10.2 Upon final completion of the Park Improvements, Developer shall notify and certify to City that the improvements have been installed fully and properly pursuant to the plans and specifications approved by City for each such improvement. Thereafter, the City shall have ten (10) business days in which to accept the Park Improvements or to express the rejection of same. Should the City reject any such improvements,the City shall specify in writing to Developer the reasons for the rejection and required corrections needed. Thereafter, Developer shall promptly make any required corrections, and, once made, City shall accept the improvements for all purposes including maintenance and liability purposes, except for the Developer maintenance and guarantee obligations set forth in Section 7.16 above. Upon acceptance by the City of the Park Improvements, Developer shall file a notice of completion and shall provide a copy thereof to City. The City's acceptance of the Park Improvements shall not be unreasonably withheld or delayed. 11. Supersession of Agreement by Change of Law. In the event that any state or federal law or regulation enacted after the effective date of this Agreement prevents or precludes compliance with any provision of this Agreement, such provision shall be deemed modified or suspended to comply with such state or federal law or regulation, as reasonably determined necessary by the Parties. 12. Default Provisions. Page 16 of 22 12.1 Default. In the event of any material default, breach, or violation of the terms of this Agreement("Default"), the Party alleging a Default shall have the right to deliver a written notice (each, a"Notice of Default") to the defaulting Party. The Notice of Default shall specify the nature of the alleged Default and a reasonable manner and sufficient period of time (ten (10) days if the Default relates to the failure to timely make a monetary payment due hereunder and not less than thirty (30) days in the event of non-monetary Defaults) in which the Default must be cured (the"Cure Period"). During the Cure Period, the Patty charged shall not be considered in Default for the purposes of termination of this Agreement or institution of legal proceedings. If the alleged Default is cured within the Cure Period, then the Default thereafter shall be deemed not to exist. If a non-monetary Default cannot be cured during the Cure Period with the exercise of commercially reasonable diligence,the defaulting Party must promptly commence to cure as quickly as possible, and in no event later than thirty (30) days after it receives the Notice of Default, and thereafter diligently pursue said cure to completion. 13. Remedies for Breach. Any party may terminate this Agreement for breach after Notice of Default and a failure to cure within the Cure Period, as set forth herein. This remedy shall be in addition to any other remedies afforded the Parties in law or equity. 14. Estonnel Certificate. At any time and from time to time, Developer may deliver written notice to City and City may deliver written notice to the Developer requesting that such party certify in writing that, to the knowledge of the certified Party (i)this Agreement is in full force and effect and a binding obligation of the Parties, (ii) this Agreement has not been amended, or if amended, the identity of each amendment, and (iii) the requesting Party is not in breach of this Agreement, or if in breach, a description of each such breach. The Party receiving such a request shall execute and return the certificate within thirty (30) calendar days following receipt of the notice. City acknowledges that a certificate may be relied upon by successors in interest to the Developer who requested the certificate and by holders of record of deeds of trust on the portion of the Property in which that Developer has a legal interest. 15. Administration of Agreement. Any decision by City staff concerning the interpretation and administration of this Agreement may be appealed by the Developer to the City Council, provided that any such appeal shall be filed with the City Clerk of City within ten (10) business days after the Developer receives written notice of the staff decision. The City Council shall render its decision to affirm, reverse or modify the staff decision within thirty (30) calendar days after the appeal was filed. The Developer shall not seek judicial review of any staff decision without first having exhausted its remedies pursuant to this section. 16. Amendment or Termination by Mutual Consent. This Agreement may be amended or terminated, in whole or in part by mutual written consent of the Parties. 17. Time of Essence. Time is of the essence for each provision of this Agreement of which time is an element. Page 17 of 22 18. Effective Date. This Agreement shall become effective upon approval by the City Council of the City of Chino Hills and execution by authorized representatives of all Parties hereto. 19. Term. This Agreement shall remain in full force and effect for a term of twenty-five (25) years commencing on its effective date, unless said term is amended or the Agreement is sooner terminated as otherwise provided herein, and shall have no force or effect after twenty-five (25) years from the date of its first approval by the City as set forth in CHIviC Section 3.40.190. Notwithstanding the foregoing, the PRPF credits shall survive the termination and/or expiration of this Agreement. 20. Removal from Title. Without limiting the provisions set forth in Section 6 above, upon expiration of the tenn or earlier termination of this Agreement, the Parties shall execute any document reasonably requested by any Party to remove this Agreement from the public records as to the Property, and every portion thereof, to the extent permitted by applicable laws. 21. Notices. All notices and other communications given pursuant to this Agreement shall be in writing and shall be deemed received when personally delivered or upon the third (3rd) day after deposit in the United States mail, registered or certified, postage prepaid, return receipt requested, to the Parties at the addresses set forth below: To City: City of Chino Hills 14000 City Center Drive Chino Hills, CA 91709 Attn: City Manager With a copy to: Mark D. Hensley, City Attorney Hensley Law Group 2600 W. Olive Avenue, Suite 500 Burbank, California 91505 To Developer: Standard Pacific Corp. 355 East Rincon Street, Suite 300 Corona, California 92879 Attn: Sean Doyle With a copy to: Jackson, DeMarco, Tidus & Peckenpaugh 2030 Main St., Suite 1200 Irvine, CA 92614 Attn: Sheri L. Marvin Any Party may, from time to time, by written notice to the other, designate a different address which shall be substituted for the one above specified. Page 18 of 22 22. Entire Agreement. This Agreement contains the entire agreement between the Parties regarding the subject matter hereof, and all prior agreements or understandings, oral or written, are hereby merged herein, except for the Covenant and Agreement and Declaration of Restrictions for the Formation of the Community Facilities District and Construction of Community Park, dated April 28, 2015 between the Parties, the Covenant and Agreement and Declaration of Restrictions, dated March 31, 2015 and the Agreement for the Construction of the CFD Maintained City Park Improvements for the Project: Tract Map No. 15989, Vila Borba, and Developer: Standard Pacific, dated April 28, 2015. This Agreement shall not be amended, except as expressly provided herein. 23. Waiver. No waiver of any provision of this Agreement shall constitute a waiver of any other provision, whether or not similar; nor shall any such waiver constitute a continuing or subsequent waiver of the same provision. No waiver shall be binding, unless it is executed in writing by a duly authorized representative of the Party against whom enforcement of the waiver is sought. 24. Severability. If any provision of this Agreement is determined by a court of competent jurisdiction to be invalid or unenforceable, or any fee to which any part of this Agreement applies is determined to be invalid, the remainder of this Agreement shall be effective to the extent the remaining provisions are not rendered impractical to perform, taking into consideration the purposes of this Agreement. 25. Relationship of the Parties. Each Party acknowledges that, in entering into and performing under this Agreement, it is acting as an independent entity and not as an agent of any of the other Parties in any respect. Nothing contained herein or in any document executed in connection herewith shall be construed as creating the relationship of partners,joint ventures or any other association of any kind or nature between City and Developer,jointly or severally. 26. No Third Party Beneficiaries. This Agreement is made and entered into for the sole benefit of the Parties and their successors in interest. No other person shall have any right of action based upon any provision of this Agreement. 27. Recordation of Agreement and Amendments. This Agreement and any amendment thereof may be recorded with the County Recorder of the County of San Bernardino by the City Clerk of City. 28. Cooperation Between City and Developer. City and Developer shall execute and deliver to the other all such other and further instruments and documents as may be reasonably necessary to carry out the purposes of this Agreement. 29. Rules of Construction. The captions and headings of the various sections and subsections of this Agreement are for convenience of reference only, and they shall not constitute a part of this Agreement for any other purpose or affect interpretation of the Agreement. Should any provision of this Agreement be found to be in conflict with any provision of the Project approvals or the subsequent approvals, the provisions of this Agreement shall prevail. The Page 19 of 22 language in all parts of this Agreement shall in all cases be construed simply, as a whole and in accordance with its fair meaning and not strictly for or against any Party. The Parties hereto acknowledge and agree that this Agreement has been prepared jointly by the Parties and has been the subject of arm's length and careful negotiation over a considerable period of time, that each Party has independently reviewed this Agreement with legal counsel, and that each Party has the requisite experience and sophistication to understand, interpret and agree to the particular language of the provisions hereof. Accordingly, in the event of an ambiguity in or dispute regarding the interpretation of this Agreement, this Agreement shall not be interpreted or construed against the Party preparing it, and instead other rules of interpretation and construction shall be utilized. 30. Governing Law and Venue. This Agreement is made and entered into in the County of San Bernardino, California, and the laws of the State of California shall govern its interpretation and enforcement. Any action, suit or proceeding related to, or arising from, this Agreement shall be filed in the appropriate court having jurisdiction in the County of San Bernardino. 31. Counterparts. This Agreement may be executed in multiple counterparts, each of which shall be deemed an original, but all of which constitute one and the same instrument. 32. Weekend/Holiday Dates. Whenever any determination is to be made or action to be taken on a date specified in this Agreement, if such date shall fall upon a Saturday, Sunday or holiday observed by federal savings banks in the State of California, the date for such determination or action shall be extended to the first business day immediately thereafter. 33. Conflict of Interest: Undue Influence. No member, official or employee of the City shall have any financial interest, direct or indirect, in this Agreement or the proceeds thereof during his or her tenure with the City or for period of one (1) year thereafter. The Developer affirms, to Developer's actual knowledge, that there exists no actual or potential financial interest between the Developer's receipt of any assistance in connection with this Agreement and any member, official or employee of the City. 34. The Developer's Covenants, Representations and Warranties. The Developer covenants, represents and warrants to the City as follows, to Developer's actual knowledge: 34.1 Organization and Standing of the Developer. The Developer is a Delaware corporation, duly formed, validly existing and in good standing under the laws of the State of California, with full right,power and authority to develop the Project, and to enter into and otherwise perform and comply with the terms of this Agreement. 34.2 Licenses. The Developer shall obtain and maintain all material licenses, permits, consents and approvals required by all applicable governmental authorities to construct and operate the Parlc Site until acceptance by the City. 34.3 Authorization and Consents. The execution, delivery and performance of this Agreement is consistent with the Developer's organizational documents and has Page 20 of 22 been duly authorized by all necessary action of the Developer's managers, members and/or employees, as applicable. All consents, approvals and authorizations of all applicable governmental authorities, other than the City, and all consents or approvals of the Developer's managers, members and/or employees, as applicable, required in connection with the execution and delivery by the Developer of this Agreement shall have been obtained on or before the effective date of this Agreement or construction of the Park Improvements. 34.4 Due and Valid Execution. This Agreement and all other instruments to be executed in connection herewith, shall, as of the date of their execution, have been duly authorized, executed, and delivered by the Developer. 34.5 Each of the foregoing representations and warranties is material to the City. If any of the foregoing representations and warranties shall prove to have been untrue, inaccurate or misleading in any material respect as of the time when made (or deemed made) by the Developer, then ipso facto such untrue, inaccurate or misleading representation or warranty conclusively shall constitute a Default by the Developer under this Agreement. 35. City Authority. City hereby warrants that it has the authority and is duly authorized to execute this Agreement. 36. Attorneys' Fees. In the event of the bringing of any action or suit by either Party against the other in connection with this Agreement, including but not limited to an alleged uncured material breach of this Agreement, the prevailing Party shall be entitled to have and recover of and from the other Party all costs and expenses of the action or suit including, without limitation, actual attorneys' fees and other professional fees (including expert witness fees) and costs resulting therefrom. Page 21 of 22 IN WITNESS WHEREOF, Developer and the City have executed this Agreement on the date first above written. CITY OF CHINO HILLS By: WWI 0l.' y I Mayo!Cynthia Moran ATTEST: 4114114 / ) Cher`'yl-13a14----"---"------ City Clerk APPROVED AS TO FORM: Mark D. Hensley, City Attorney STANDARD PACIFIC CORP. By: 1 Martin . angpap,/``/ Divis residen ) By: �)--Odt/ 0 a,�oyle, 20 t� ci e President of Proje, Development Page 22 of 22 IN WITNESS WHEREOF,Developer and the City have executed this Ap'eement on the date first above written. CITY OP CI-IINO HILLS By: -- Mayor Cynthia Moran ATTEST: Cheryl Halz, City Clerk APPROVED AS TO FORM: r Mark D.Hensley, City Attorney STANDARD PACIFIC CORP. By: Martin angpap,/�,/ Diviscsidcnt By: / a.F • a Foyle, O )Lice President of Projc,ta-Development Page 22 of 22 ACKNOWLEDGMENT A notary public or other officer completing this certificate verifies only the identity of the individual who signed the document to which this certificate is attached, and not the truthfulness, accuracy, or validity of that document. State of California County of Riverside ) On June 8, 2015 before me, Karen Cuttrell, Notary Public (insert name and title of the officer) personally appeared Sean Doyle and Martin P. Langpap who proved to me on the basis of satisfactory evidence to be the perso ' s )whose nam(s)�is,`re) subscrib-•, o the within instrumen and acknowledged to that he/she/. xecuted fife same in his/her p„( euthorized capacity ies , and that by his/her heir ignatur: • the instrument the perso •or the entity upon behalf of which the perso acted, execu -d the instrument. I certify under PENALTY OF PERJURY under the laws of the State of California that the foregoing paragraph is true and correct. iKAREN CUTTRELL E WITNESS my ha d and icia eal. ± ,r,, Commission #2075995 C z .v, Notary Public -California z 'p9i`'i' Riverside County J. y V My Comm.Expires Jul27,20181 ���jjj ��� . . . . s m , r v Signature ..,v _ e ? (Seal) r CALIFORNIA ALL CAPACITY ACKNOWLEDGMENT A notary public or other officer completing this certificate verifies only the identity of the individual who signed the document to which this certificate is attached, and not the truthfulness, accuracy, or validity of that document. STATE OF CALIFORNIA COUNTY OF SAN BERNARDINO CITY OF CHINO HILLS On June 9, 2015, before me, Cheryl Balz, City Clerk the City of Chino Hills, personally appeared Cynthia Moran, Mayor of the City of Chino Hills, who proved to me on the basis of satisfactory evidence to be the person whose name is subscribed to the within instrument and acknowledged to me that she executed the same in her authorized capacity and that by her signature on the instrument the person, or the entity upon behalf of which the person acted, executed the instrument. I certify under PENALTY OF PERJURY under the laws of the State of California that the foregoing paragraph is true and correct WITNESS my hand and official seal. 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