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01-08-2019 CC Rpt 14 COUNCIL AGENDA STAFF REPORT Chino !hi', TO: HONORABLE MAYOR AND CITY COUNCIL DATE: JANUARY 8, 2019 MEMBERS FROM: CITY MANAGER ITEM NO: 14 SUBJECT:AGREEMENT WITH THE CALIFORNIA CONSERVATION CORPS FOR DEBRIS REMOVAL AT HOLLOW RUN NATURE PARK RECOMMENDATION: Approve an Inter-agency Agreement with the California Conservation Corps (CCC) in an amount not-to-exceed $32,500 to perform invasive plant and debris removal at Hollow Run Nature Park. BACKGROUND/ANALYSIS: Staff is embarking on a grant-funded project to remove and replace trees at Hollow Run Nature Park. The work, which is funded through the Environmental Enhancement and Mitigation Project (EEMP) Grant, will also include removal of invasive plants and dead bio- mass. At the November 27, 2018, City Council meeting, the Council adopted Budget Amendment No. 19B028, which provides funding for this project. While the majority of the work will be accomplished by the City's tree-contractor, West Coast Arborists (WCA), other cleanup operations are proposed to be completed by the California Conservation Corps (CCC), at a cost not-to-exceed $32,500. The CCC completed brush and biomass removal for the Carbon Canyon Biomass Reduction Project in July 2018 by using a 15-person crew, who removed debris obstructing a creek along Carbon Canyon Road. The CCC program is cost-effective and offers youth the opportunity to gain skills which lead to meaningful careers. This organization is exempt from prevailing wage requirements pursuant to California Labor Code Section 1720.4 (c) and is a non-profit public benefit 501 (c) program. This project is expected to be completed by the end of this fiscal year. ENVIRONMENTAL (CEQA) REVIEW: The proposed project is categorically exempt from the requirements of the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) pursuant to Title 14 California Code of Regulations (CEQA Guidelines) Section 15301 (h) as a Class 1 categorical exemption (Existing Landscape). This project includes the maintenance of existing landscaping and native growth and is not anticipated to have any significant impacts with regard to traffic, noise, air quality, or water quality. FISCAL IMPACT: The total estimated cost for this project is as follows: Item Amount Construction (including work described herein at $32,500) $252,585 Contingencies (10%) 25,259 Project Management, Inspection and Testing 11.325 Total Estimated Project Cost $289,169 91/253 Funds for the Hollow Run Nature Park Tree Grant project were previously approved by the City Council at the November 27, 2018, City Council meeting. The funds available for this project are as follows: Project No. Funding Source Amount P19002 Miscellaneous Grant Fund (EEMP Grant) $279,169 P19002 General Fund 10.000 Total Approved Funding $289,169 REVIEWED BY OTHERS: This agenda item has been reviewed by the Finance Director. Respectfully Submitted, Recommended By: Fur N war -AWL Konradt Bartlam Nadeem Majaj City Manager P.E,, Director of Public Works Attachments Agreement with California Conservation Corps 92/253 STATE OF CALIFORNIA-THE NATURAL RESOURCES AGENCY EDMUND G BROWN JR Governor CALIFORNIA CONSERVATION CORPS 1719 24°i Street,Sacramento,CA 95816 vntiw.ccc.ca.aov CCC-96(REV. 11/2016) SPONSOR AGREEMENT (CCC-96) (for Governmental Entity— Local) This Sponsor Agreement (Agreement) is entered into by the California Conservation Corps (CCC), State of California and Sponsor's Name: City Of Chino Hills , a State of California Local Public Entity (Sponsor). WHEREAS, the CCC is statutorily mandated to provide job skills training, educational opportunities and an increasing awareness of the State's natural resources to young adults; WHEREAS, the CCC is authorized to work on projects in rural and urban areas that, provide a benefit to the public by, among other things, preserving, maintaining and/or enhancing the lands and water of the State of California, directly contributing to the conservation of energy and/or assisting in fire prevention and suppression; WHEREAS, the CCC is authorized pursuant to the California Public Resources Code Section 14306 to execute contracts for furnishing the services of the CCC to any federal, state or local public entity, any local or statewide private organizations, and any person firm, partnership, or corporation concerned with the objectives of the CCC program as specified in California Public Resources Code Sections 14000 and 14300; WHEREAS, the Sponsor can provide opportunities for public service through meaningful and productive work projects; WHEREAS, each party to this Agreement is duly authorized to enter into this Agreement; and WHEREAS, the parties to this Agreement find and determine that it would be to their mutual advantage and the public benefit to join together to accomplish the purpose herein, and coordinate their power, authority and expertise for the CCC to use its corpsmembers and employees to accomplish projects specified by Sponsor and agreed to by the CCC; NOW THEREFORE, in consideration and recognition of the above, the Sponsor and CCC (collectively referred to herein as "the parties") agree as follows: A. Documentation of Projects 1. Sponsor shall submit project proposals to the CCC. 2. The CCC shall work with Sponsor to include details of project proposals in a CCC Form 58 and/or other appropriate forms and documentation where applicable ("the project paperwork"). 1 93/253 3. No project work will begin without a CCC Form 58 (or its replacement) being signed by the parties' representatives. 4. The project paperwork for any project necessarily incorporates into it this Agreement. 5. Unless otherwise specified in the project paperwork, the parties agree to accept documents that are digital signed in accordance with Government Code Section 16.5. B. Parties Obligations: 1. Sponsor agrees: a. To pay for all costs, including but not limited to, labor, material and supply costs negotiated and agreed to by the parties that are directly related to and necessitated by the project and that are set forth in the project paperwork; b. To make available to the CCC adequate plans, specifications, materials, supplies, equipment and/or special labor requirements to complete the project as determined and agreed to by the parties as specified in the project paperwork; c. To provide adequate technical supervision as determined and agreed to by the parties; d. To obtain approvals and permits required by any local, state or federal entity necessary to commence working on and/or completing the work identified in the project paperwork; e. To the extent any project involves the CCC performing work on private property, it will obtain and/or has obtained all necessary approvals, authorizations and/or permits from the owners of said private property before the CCC begins project work on said property and that the CCC is authorized to perform the project work on said private property; f. To the extent any project involves trade unions or labor organizations, to obtain clearances and/or meet requirements, if any, of trade unions or other labor or anizations occasioned by the participation of the CCC in the project; g. To provide project sites that, to the best of the Sponsor's knowledge, are fr o any known hazardous materials, but if there are any known hazardous materials present, the Sponsor will provide the location, identity, and amounts of such hazardous materials as well as the Safety Data Sheets associated therewith; h. To provide or reimburse the CCC for acceptable temporary living accommodations for CCC personnel actually engaged in working on a project if: (1) the project is located at a site that is more than a one hour drive from the designated CCC base center;and;"(2) provision of such living accommodation is determined necessary by the parties; i. To conduct an orientation with CCC personnel at the commencement of each project to explain the technical aspects, safety requirements and other relevant information necessary for the CCC to successfully complete the project including the identification of restroom facilities or alternatives thereto; j. To work with the CCC to conduct an additional educational or training presentation at the CCC base center or project site to CCC corpsmembers; and, 2 94/253 k. To explore the possibility of authorizing the CCC to place a sign, plaque or emblem on the project site that presents the CCC's contribution to the project and the date. Any such sign, plaque or emblem shall be consistent in size and design to its surroundings at the project site. 2. CCC agrees to: a. Review project proposals submitted by the Sponsor and work with Sponsor to prepare project paperwork for those proposed projects that are covered by the CCC's statutory mandate,consistent with the CCC's organizational priorities and within the CCC's operational capabilities. b. Provide CCC personnel, equipment and materials to perform the obligations specified in the project paperwork. The CCC shall only use personnel who have received adequate prior training and are sufficiently equipped for and alerted to the general nature of the hazards inherent in the scope of work; and, c. Provide its personnel with Workers' Compensation coverage and benefits that are administered by the State Compensation Insurance Fund in accordance with the California Labor Code. 3. The Sponsor and CCC mutually agree to the following: a. This Agreement is not intended to affect the legal liability of either of the parties by imposing any standard of care other than the standard of care imposed by law; b. Mutual Indemnification: i. To the extent permitted by law including Article XVI, sections 1 and 6 of the California Constitution, and the California Claims Act, the CCC agrees to hold harmless and indemnify the Sponsor against any liability, damage, or loss legally determined to have occurred as a result of performance or failure to perform under this Agreement and/or the project paperwork caused by the acts and/or omissions of any person directly employed by, enrolled in or under the control or supervision of the CCC while performing the work set forth in this Agreement and/or the project paperwork. ii. The Sponsor agrees to hold harmless and indemnify the CCC against any liability, damage, or loss legally determined to have occurred as a result of performance or failure to perform under this Agreement and/or the project paperwork caused by the acts and/or omissions of any person directly employed by or under the control or supervision of the Sponsor while performing the work set forth in this Agreement and/or the project paperwork; c. Insurance: i. The State of California has elected to cover its motor vehicle and general liability exposure through claims procedures instituted in accordance with the California Government Code provisions and the other provisions of the law relating to such liability. Pursuant to those procedures, tort liability claims should be presented as a government claim to the Government Claims Program, P.O. Box 989052 MS 414, West Sacramento, CA 95798-9052. (Internet 3 95/253 link: http://www.dgs.ca.gov/orim/Programs/GovemmentClaims.aspx) in accordance with the California Government Code and the other provisions of the law governing submission of such claims. In addition, unless notified otherwise or on behalf of the CCC, motor vehicle liability claims should be presented to the Office of Risk and Insurance Management(ORIM), P.O. Box 989052 MS- 403, West Sacramento, CA 95798-9052, (800) 900-3634, claims@dgs.ca.gov. If your motor vehicle liability claim is not resolved within six months from the date of loss, California law requires you to file a formal claim with the Government Claims Program, P.O. Box 989052 MS 414, West Sacramento, CA 95798-9052. (see link above). It should be noted, however, that the willingness of ORIM to receive such motor vehicle liability claims does not constitute a waiver by the State of California or the CCC of the time limits or procedures provided by law or the filing of claims relating to such motor vehicle liability. It also should be noted that the addresses set forth in this paragraph are subject to change; any claimant is advised to verify the accuracy of and currency of the addresses for filing claims, and by setting forth addresses in this paragraph, neither the State of California nor the CCC is waiving any time limits or procedures provided by law for filing claims related to alleged motor vehicle or general liability or any other alleged liability. ii. The California Department of Personnel Administration has entered into a Master Agreement with the State Compensation Insurance Fund to administer Workers' Compensation benefits for State employees and corpsmembers as required by the California Labor Code. d. The California Labor Code Section 1720.4(c) specifically exempts the CCC from paying state prevailing wages to corpsmembers when engaged in public works projects. The CCC is not subject to the federal prevailing wage requirements set forth in the Davis-Bacon Act (Title 40 USC 276A et seq.) when providing labor on federal government contracts. Title 29 of the Code of Federal Regulations (CFR), Section 5.2(h) specifically provides that a State is not considered a contractor under statutes providing loans, grants, or other federal assistance in situations where construction is performed by its own employees and/or personnel; e. The California Business and Professions Code, Section 7040 exempts the State of California from contractor licensing requirements. The CCC is a state entity subject to the exemption; f. Improvements and Land Use: i. All improvements constructed in whole, or in part by the CCC on lands owned or controlled by the Sponsor shall remain the property of the Sponsor; ii. Permission to camp and/or perform work on lands owned or controlled by Sponsor does not in any way convey to the CCC, its staff or any person or persons working with the CCC in the performance of said 4 96/253 work, employee status that would extend to them the benefits afforded to permanent employees of Sponsor; g. Emergency Services and Possible Delays: i. The CCC is required to provide emergency services if directed by the Governor of the State of California pursuant to an Executive Order, the Office of Emergency Services, Department of Forestry and other agencies charged with responding to emergencies throughout California arising from fire, flood, wind, and other natural and man-caused disasters. ii. The CCC may be required to temporarily suspend or permanently cease work on projects due to required emergency response or emergency conditions. The parties agree that any delay in completing the work by the CCC due to response to an emergency shall be excused and costs incurred by the delay shall be the responsibility of the Sponsor; iii. The resources of the CCC are limited and the public service conservation work of the CCC may be altered in priority from time-to- time. The parties agree that other than delays caused by the CCC's response to an emergency, all other delays by either party shall be excused and costs caused by delays shall be borne by the party incurring such costs. h. All contracts relating to the construction or operation of a project shall contain a clause prohibiting discrimination and/or harassment against any person, employee or employee applicant engaged in the project work on the basis of sex, race, color, ancestry, religious creed, national origin, physical disability (including HIV and AIDS), mental disability, medical condition (e.g., cancer), age (over 40), marital status, and denial of family care leave; i. Budget Contingencies: i. It is mutually agreed that if the Budget Act of the current year and/or any subsequent years covered under this Agreement does not appropriate sufficient funds for the program, this Agreement shall be of no further force and effect. In this event, the State of California and the CCC shall have no liability to pay any funds whatsoever to Sponsor or to furnish any other considerations under this Agreement or related project paperwork and Sponsor shall not be obligated to perform any provisions of this Agreement or related project paperwork. ii. If funding for any fiscal year is reduced or deleted by the Budget Act for purposes of this program, the State of California and the CCC shall have the option to either cancel this Agreement with no liability occurring to the State of California or CCC, or offer to an Agreement amendment to Sponsor reflecting the reduced amount. j. Subject to the provisions herein, all remedies allowed by law are available to either party for enforcement of this Agreement. Any waiver of rights by either party or any matter relating to this Agreement shall not be deemed to be a waiver unless in writing and approved by both parties and shall not be a waiver to any other provision or matter relating to this Agreement; k. If any part of this Agreement is found to be invalid the remainder of the Agreement shall continue in full force and effect; 5 97/253 I. Neither the CCC nor the Sponsor may assign this Agreement or any interest therein without the written consent of the other party; m. No amendment or variation of the terms of this Agreement shall be valid unless made in writing, signed by the parties and approved as required. No oral understanding or Agreement not incorporated in the Agreement is binding on any of the parties; n. This Agreement is governed by and shall be interpreted in accordance with the laws of the State of California; o. This Agreement shall remain in effect unless terminated upon thirty (30) days written notice from either party; and p. Each Party and its respective agents executing this Agreement warrants and represents that it has the full power and authority to execute, deliver and perform the obligations under this Agreement and that each Party's performance hereunder has been duly authorized by all requisite actions on the part of that Party. Sponsor Information: Sponsor Name: Sponsor Department: City of Chino Hills Public Works Address: 14000 City Center Dr. Chino Hills, CA Contact Person: 91709 Phone: Konradt Bartlam (909) 364-2600 Email Address: kbartlam@chinohills.org SIGNATURES In Witness Whereof, the parties have agreed to the condition of this Agreement as of the date shown below. Sponsor Representative Signature: Print Name: Date: CCC District Dire -Region Deputy Signature: ri me: Date: Duane Willson f74 eVa 6 98/253 STATE OF CALIFORNIA CALIFORNIA CONSERVATION CORPS AGREEMENT ADDENDUM CCC-96A(REV 12/02/2015)Page 1 of 3 Agreement# Index# CCC Work Code 872 1 R-18-872-3695 (CCC Contract Olticer Assigns) (Center Index Code is Four digits) (Center Project Manager Assigns) A]The California Conservation Corps(CCC), agrees to provide crew labor for the project titled: City of Chino Hills-Hollow Run Nature Park See CCC•56 Project Evaluation Form for details B]The term of this agreement shall be: Agreement Start Date: January 9, 2019 Check here if multi-year Agreement Expiration Date: June 30, 2019 C] Sponsor agrees to reimburse the CCC for I LABOR I Hours I Rate/Hr I Totals estimated costs in accordance with the Fiscal I CM Regular Time:I 1354.00 I $ 24.00 I $ 32,496.00 Summary. (Fiscal Year displays are shown on page 2 CM Overtime:I 0.00 I $ - I $ - &3.) I Performance-Based Labor:I $ 4.00 Staff BILLABLE Regular Time :I $ - Staff Overtime:I $ - I EXPENSES Equipment(greater than$5,000): $ - Tools(includes equipment less than$5,000): $ - Materials: $ - NOTE TO SPONSOR: Budget detail will not be Vehicle Operations: $ - provided on performance based contracts. Consulting: $ - I Other: $ - D] The total amount payable by Sponsor to CCC under this agreement shall not exceed: $ 32,500.00 E]The CCC shall forward billing for labor and/or operating expenses with supporting documentation in triplicate to sponsor IX (Monthly Quarterly I lAt end of contract Sponsor agrees to pay CCC within 50 days from receipt of bill. Negotiated Advanced Payments:I $ I Sponsor I I STATE OF CALIFORNIA Organization:) City of Chino Hills California Conservation Corps Date:1 ( I Date:1 Signature:) Signature: Print:I. I I Print:1 Dawne Bortolazzo I Title:I I I Title:I Administrative Chief I SPONSOR EMAIL ADDRESS ( I CCC DISTRICT MERIFICATION (martin©chinohills.org Date: 1.0a//8 .U-`, _ QSPONSOR MAILING ADDRESS I / ' //�1 14000 City Center Drive ���t Chino Hills, CA 91709 Signature://� Print:( 7 / Rogelib- $tiz / / Title:) t/ Conservation Supervisk I I SPONSOR BILLING ADDRESS: I I FORWARD PAYMENTS TO: I 14000 City Center Drive California Conservation Corps Chino Hills, CA 91709 Attention: Accounting/Receivables 1719 24th Street, Sacramento Sacramento, CA 95816 99/253 I STATE OF CALIFORNIA CALIFORNIA CONSERVATION CORPS AGREEMENT ADDENDUM CCC-96A(REV.OW10)Page 2 d 0 First I LABOR I Hours I Rate/Hr I Totals Fiscal Year I FROM:I 01/09/19 I CM Regular Time:I 1354.00 I $ 24.00 $ 32,496.00 Display CM Overtime:I I $ - $ - TO:I 06/30/19 I Performance-Based Labor: $ 4.00 Staff BILLABLE Regular Time: ] Staff Overtime: EXPENSES Equipment(greater than$5,000): j Tools(includes equipment less than$5,000): $ - 1 Materials: $ - Vehicle Operations: $ - Consulting: $ - Other: First Fiscal Year TOTAL: $ 32,500.00 Second LABOR I Hours I Rate/Hr Totals Fiscal Year I FROM:I CM Regular Time:I I $ 24.00 $ - Display CM Overtime:I I $ - $ - I TO:I Performance-Based Labor. Staff BILLABLE Regular Time: Staff Overtime: EXPENSES Equipment(greater than$5,000): $ - Tools(includes equipment less than$5,000): $ - Materials: $ - Vehicle Operations: $ - Consulting: $ - Other: Second Fiscal Year TOTAL: $ - Third LABOR I Hours I Rate/Hr TotalsI FROM: I CM Regular Time:I I $ 24.00 $ Fiscal Year CM Overtime:) I $ - $ Display TO: I Performance-Based Labor: $ - Staff BILLABLE Regular Time: $ - Staff Overtime: $ EXPENSES Equipment(greater than$5,000): $ - Tools(includes equipment less than$5,000): $ - Materials: $ - Vehicle Operations: $ - Consulting: $ - Other: $ - Third Fiscal Year TOTAL: $ - Fourth LABORI Hours I- Rate/Hr - Totals Fiscal Year FROM:I CM Regular Time:I 0.00 I $ 24.00 $ - Display CM Overtime:I 0.00 I $ - $ - TO:I Performance-Based Labor: $ - Staff BILLABLE Regular Time: $ - Staff Overtime: $ - EXPENSES Equipment(greater than$5,000): $ - Tools (includes equipment less than$5,000): $ - Materials: $ - Vehicle Operations: Consulting: $ - Other: $ - Forth Fiscal Year TOTAL: $ - The total amount payable by Sponsor to CCC under this agreement shall not exceed: $ 32,500.00 100/253 C ,0NSEgi,rOi State of California California Natural Resources Agency CO' CALIFORNIA CONSERVATION CORPS PROJECT EVALUATION o R-18-3872-3695 4'S7.1916 City of Chino Hills Parks-Hollow Run Nature Park Project Data Project Title:City of Chino Hills Parks-Hollow Run Nature Park Project Number:R-18-3872-3695 Center Information:3872-Pomona Center Contract Information:- Project Description: CCC will conduct biomass reduction,cut,chip and/or haul biomass off-site in Hollow Run Nature Park a City of Chino flats owned property Dead biomass,invasive material and lateral growth of biomass under 4 feet will be removed as directed by the City.CCC will work a 4 10 work week schedule M/Thurs.0600 to 1630 portal to portal.The project is located on the following City of Chino Hills nature park owned parcel:APN 103024136 Sponsor Information Agency Name:CITY OF CHINO HILLS-PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT Agency Code:40098 Mailing Address Mailing City Mailing State Mailing ZIP Code 14000 City Center Drive Chino Hills CA 91709 14000 City Center Drive Chino Hills CA 91709 Sponsor Contact Information: Contact type I Title I First I Last Phone I Email address name name number Sponsor 'Parks&Open Space 'Luther 'Martin I(909) Ilmartin@chinohills.org 'Technical Representative 'Supervisor 364-2849 'Technical Advisor (Parks&Open Space 'Luther 'Martin 1(909) Ilmartin@chinohills.org III Supervisor 364-2849 Estimate Information Estimated Number of Hours: 1,354 Estimated Start and End Dates: 1/9.-19-6.30.19 Work Site Information: Address I City I State I ZIP code I Geolocation latitude I Geolocation longitude 1 115959 Peyton Drive IChino Hills ICA 191709 Direction to site location Special instructions 3530 Pomona Blvd Pomona, CA 91768 Get on CA-71 S from W Temple Ave and W Mission Blvd 7 min(2.6 mi) Page 1 of 4 101/253 ,0HSERIe State of California 4, '. California Natural Resources Agency LL co' CALIFORNIA CONSERVATION CORPS PROJECT EVALUATION y R-18-3872-3695 6'Sr.7916 City of Chino Hills Parks-Hollow Run Nature Park Follow CA-71 S to CA-142 W/Chino Hills Pkwy in Chino Hills.Take exit 8 from CA-71 S 6 min(6.2 mi) Take Pipeline Ave to Woodview Rd • 6 min(2.1 mi) Hollow Run Park 15959 Peyton Dr,Chino Hills, CA 91709 Fiscal Summary I Total OE&E I Total CM labor amount Total fiscal summary amount I$0.00 f$32,500.00 I$32,500.00 Equipment, Materials and Labor Sponsor Supplied Materials,Equipment and Labor: Materials: Equipment:Dumpsters,Dump Trucks.Lane Closures,and Traffic Control measures if needed Labor:On-Site Technical Supervisor BY SIGNING THIS DOCUMENT: The CCC Representative agrees to the following: • A Sponsor Agreement(CCC 96 or,where applicable,an Inter Agency Agreement or other Master Agreement)is on file at Headquarters(HQ). • If the Sponsor is a non-profit entity,a Private Property/Sponsor Authorization form has been submitted to HQ. • If the Sponsor is a for-profit entity,a Private Property/Sponsor Authorization form has been submitted to HQ. • The project conforms to the CCC's Injury and Illness Prevention Program(IIPP). • The signing CCC Representative has the authority to enter into a contractual agreement of this amount with the Sponsor. The Sponsor Representative agrees to the following: • Hazardous Materials If there are hazardous materials present,the Sponsor has provided the location,identity,and amounts of any hazardous substances at the worksite and provided all Material Safety Data Sheets(MSDS)for hazards that are present at the worksite OR To the best knowledge of the Sponsor,the worksite is free of any known hazardous materials. • All applicable local,state,and federal permits,approvals,and clearances have been obtained. Page 2 of 4 102/253 `P coNSEqkgr' State of California o California Natural Resources Agency CALIFORNIA CONSERVATION CORPS PROJECT EVALUATION h R-18-3872-3695 FSr.79�6 City of Chino Hills Parks-Hollow Run Nature Park • The Sponsor agrees to reimburse the CCC for estimated costs in accordance with the fiscal details shown in this document. • The signing Sponsor Representative has the authority to enter into a contractual agreement of this amount with the CCC Sponsor Representative Approves the Scone of Work of the project. Print Name: Title: Signature: Date: Sponsor Representative Approves the Fiscal Details of the project: Print Name: Title: Signature: Date: CCC Repres_ni1/+¢-j taattive: Print Name: .!/ ?{, ,/(J' Title: __c_c10 Signature Date: !! /A CCC Representative: Print Name: Page 3 of 4 103/253 State of California I r�Z California Natural Resources Agency A CALIFORNIA CONSERVATION CORPS PROJECT EVALUATION R-18-3872-3695 EST.19�6 City of Chino Hills Parks-Hollow Run Nature Park Title: Gd (Pl./ l r - Signature: Date: f Page 4 of 4 104/253