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1991 KEITH SWENSON, aicpn 1 PROFESSIONAL SERVIC'.ES AGREEMENT THIS AGREEMENT is made effective the~i~__day of lPC- , 1591, by and between the County Planning Board of the County of Jefferson, a political subdivision of the State of Montana, ("Client"), and Keith G. Swenson, AICP, doing business as a sole proprietor under the name of SWENSON AND ASSOCIATES, (S&A). RECITALS WHEREAS, Client desires to retain SCzA to provided certain services with respect to the Client.'s project known a:: the Jefferson County Comurehensive Plan, lThe Pro,ject), for the area generally bounded and described on Exhibit A, attached hereto and incorporated herein by this reference, (the Study Area; and WHEREAS, S&A agrees to provide such services upon the terms and conditions contained herein. NOW, THEREFORE, the parties hereto agree as follows: S&A agrees to perform in a good and professional manner the tasks described on Exhibit B, (Scope of Services), attached hereto and incorporated herein by thi:a reference .and such additional tasks as may be described on an Addendum executed by the parties hereto in substantially the form of Er.hibit C attached hereto and tncorporated herein by this reference. (The tasks, whether described on Exhibit B or on an Addendum, are individually referred to hereinafter as a "Task" and are collectively described as: "Services".) S&A shall perform the Services as an independent. contractor and shall not be deemed, by virtue of this Agreement and the performance thereof, to have entered into any partnership, joint venture, employer employee or other relationship with the Client and accordingly S&A hereby agrees to comply with any .and all. applicabJ.e laws, rules and requlati.ons adopted oz promulgated by any governmental agency or regulatory body, local., state and federal, and assumes full. responsibility f.or' the payment of any and all federal and state income or payroll taxes or assessments, social security, workman's compensation .insurance and unemployment. insurance as to all employees engaged by S&A in the performance of this Agreement. 7. Additional Services. From time to time hereafter, the parties hereto may agree to the performance by S&A of Additional Fervices with respect to the Study Area. Any such agreement shall. be set forth in writing to an Addendum in substantially the form of Exhibit C and shall he executed by the respective parties prior to S&A's performance of any services thereunder. Upon proper 1 completion and execution of any such Addendum, such Addendum shall be incorporated into this Agreement, and shall have they same force and effect as if the terms of such Addendum were a part of this Agreement as originally executed. The performance of Services pursuant to an Addendum shall he subject to the terms and conditions of this Agreement except where the Addendum provides to the contrary, in which case the terms and conditions of any such Addendum shall control. In all other re<:pects any Addendum shall supplement and be construed in accordance with the terms and conditions of this Agreement. 3. Staffing by S&A. The Services shall. be performed on behalf of S&A by Keith G. Swenson, AICP (American Institute of Certified Planners) and associate, Roger L. Craft, F.conomi.c Development Specialist. Other individuals may be utilized on a subcontract t:asi.s but, in any event, keith Swenson, will be responsible. for satisfactory completion of The Project. 4.. S&A's Representation. S&A hereby represents and warrants that it or its emp:Loyees or agents have inspected the Study Area, are familiar with a1.1. of the Project requirements and are fully qualified to perf..orm the Services. 5. Client's Responsibilities. Client shall do the following in a timely manner so as to not delay the services of S&A: a. Designate in writing a person to act as the C'lient's representative with respect to the Services. The Client's representative shall. have complete authority to transmit instructions, receive information, and interpret and define the Client's policies and decisions with respect to the Services. b. Furnish, or provide access, to all information, cr.iteri.a, objectives, and schedules necessary for S&A to perform the Services in a timely manner. c. Examine all. studies, reports, plans and other documents prepared by S&A and render decisions regarding such documents in a timely mannc-_r to prevent delay of the Services. 6. Fees. S&A shall perform the Services for the fees specified on Exhibit C attached hereto and made a part hereof (or as specified in an Addendum) plus Reimbursable Expenses as hereinafter defined. Advance, written authorization of any Reimbursable Expenses shall be obtained before they are incurred; failure to obtain such authorization shall constitute a waiver by 5&A of payment for such expenses. Any expenses other than those defined on Exhibit L or subsequent addendum shall be born by S&A. 2 As used herein, eligible Reimbursable Expenses include the following: expense of transportation in connection with the project; long distance phone calls; and expenses of copying, printing and publication. Transporr_ation costs will be charged at a mileage rate of 50.25/mile, based upon a mileage log submitted with the monthly invoice. Long distance telephone charges will be drawn directly from the monthly phone charges, cumulated and submitted quarterly with a regular invoice. Copying, printing and publication costs wil]. be submitted monthly for reimbursement. anc7 based upon copies of i.nvoi.ces. ~o additional. charges for handling or processing will be charged. .,G I S&A shall prepare and send the Client an invoice once a month for the Services performed and Reimbursable Expenses incurred the preceding month. Invoices shall be due and payable within forty ~+ five (45) days of the date of each S&A i.nvo.ice. (~i_~~ 1 1fk' In the event. of any disagreement that might lead to 1iti.gation, the successful party shall be entitled to recover all costs- _ incurred i.n the collection or attempted collection of a.ny amounts due under this Agreement. At S&A's option, S&A may, upon written notice, cease to perform the Services if invoiced amounts are unpaid sixty (60) days after the invoice. In such event, S&A shall not be liat;le for any <9amages or expenses resulting from such work stoppage. In the event a leyit.imate dispute arises as to the amount payable, no interest shall be charged upon the disputed port.i.on until the parties have agreed t.o the correct amount and thirty (30) days have elapsed from the date of the agreement., or until. a court has determined the correct. amount, i.n which event the court shall determine the appropri.at:e interest due, i.f any. 7. Time for }?erformance: S&A shall per.f.orm the Services in accordance with the schedule attached hereto as Exhibit C and incorporated herein by this reference or in an Addendum, provided there is no change in the Scope of Services as currently described in F,xhibit B. Assuming the contract. f_or services is signed by both parties in December of 19~~1., the project defined by the Scope of. Services will be completed in the months of .January through December of 1992. 8. Ownership and Use of Documents: All maps, documents and materials prepared under this Agreement shall ba_come tha_ property of Jefferson County, MT upon acceptance or termination of the services of S&A. Such documents shall be promptly delivered to the County of Jefferson upon demand and thereafter may be used by the County in whole or in part or in modified form, f.or those purposes they deem advisable without further. employment of, or payment o.f additional expenses to (3&A. 3 Should such maps, documents or other material prepared under this Agreement be reused by the Counr_y or its agents for other than the Project originally created, it .is understood that S&A bears no responsibility whatsoever for such reuse except in those instances that S&A is reemployed and reuses the documents. 9. Termination and Suspension. Either party may terminate this Agreement upon not leas than seven (7) days written notice if the other party fails substant:i.ally to perform in accordance with the terms of this Agreement through no fault of the party terminating the Agreement. Failure of the Client to make payment as provided herein shall. be considered substantial nonperformance and cause for termination. If. the Client suspends the Services for more than th~.rty (30> day:a, S'&A steal] bF compensated for Services performed prior to the notice of such suspension. When the Services are resumed, S&A's compensation shall he equitably adjusted to provide for S&A's e};penses resulting frorn the interruption and resumption of the Services. If this Agreement is germinated through no fault of. S&A, 5&A shall be compensated for Services performed prior to termination, together with Reimbursable Expenses then due, together with S&A's expenses which are directly attributable to termination and which are not otherwise paid. 10. Insurance. S&A shall be responsible for maintaining, di.iring the term of this Agreement and at its sole cost and expense, the types of insurance coverage and in the amounts described below. 5&A shal.l.furnish evidence, satisfactory to the Client, of all such policies. During the term hereof, S&A shall and maintain i.rt full. force and effect the following insurance policies: a. Comprehensive automobile liability insurance, including property damage, coinsuring the County of Jefferson against loss or liability for damages or personal injury, death or propr:rt.y ;?an~ages arising out of or. in connec,t.ion with the performance by S&A of ita obiigati_ons hereunder, with minimum liability limits of 5100,000 combined single limit for personal injury, death or property damage i_n any one occurrence. b. Workmen's insurance as required by law will be obtained. c. Unemployment insurance, as required by law, will be obtained. 4 11. Notices. All notices or communications permitted or required to be given under this Agreement shall be in writi.nq and shall be deemed to be duly given i.f deli.vered in person or deposited in the United States mail, postage prepaid, for mailing by certified mail, return receipt requested, and addressed, if t.o a party to this Agreement, to the address set forth next to the party's signature at the end of this Agreement, or if to a person not a party to this Agreement, to the address designated by a party to this Agreement in the foregoing manner. Any party may change its address by giving notiee in writing, stating i.ts new address, to any other party, al.l pursuant to the procedure set .forth in this Section 11. 12. Assignment. Neither party to this Agreement shall assign any right or obli.yat.ion hereunder in whole or in part, without the prior written consent of the. other party hereto. No assignment or transfer of any interest under this Agreement. shall be deemed to .release the assignor from any liability or obligation under this Agreement, or cause any such liability or obligation to be reduced t.o a secondary liability or obligation. 13. Amendment, Modification or Waiver. No amendment, waiver or modification of any condition, provision or term of this Agreement. shall be valid or of any effect unless made in writing, signed by the party or parties to be bound, or such party's or parties' duly authorized representative(s) specifying with particularity the nature and extent of such amendment, waiver or modification. Any waiver by any party of any default of the other party shall not effect or impair any right. arising from any subsequent default. Nothing herein shall limit the remedies or rights of the parties hereto under and pursuant to this Agreement. 14. Severable Frovisi.ons. Each provision of this Agreement is intended to be severable. If any provision hereof is illegal or invalid for any reason whatsoever, such illegality or invalidity shall not affect the validity of the remainder of this Agreement. 15. Entire Agreement. This Agreement contains the entire understanding of the parties hereto with respect. to the. transactions contemplated hereby and supersedes all prior agreements and understandings between the parties with respect to siACh subject matter. 16. Captions, Headings and Titles. All captions, headings or titles in the paragraphs or sections of this Agreement are inserted fbr convenience of reference only and shall not constitute a part of this Agreement or act as a limitation of the scope of the particular paragraph or sections to which they apply. As used herein, where appropriate, the singular shall include the plural and vice versa and masculine, feminine and neuter expressions shall be interchangeable. 5 17. Counterparts. This Agreement may be executed in multiple counterparts, each of which shall be one and the same Agreement and shall become effective when one or more counterparts have been signed by each of the parties and delivered r_o the other party. 18. Parties in Interest. This Agreement shall be binding upon, and the benefits and obligations provided for herein shall inure to and bind, the parties hereto and their respective successors and assigns, provided that r_hi.s section shall. not be deemed to permit any transfer or assignment otherwise prohibited by this Agreement. This Agreement i.s for the exclusive benefit of the parties hereT.o and does not create a contractual relationship with or exist fo:c the benefit of any third party, including contractors, subcontractors and their sureties. 19. Applicably Law. This Agreement and the rights of the parties hereunder sha.l.l be governed by and interpreted in accordance with the laws of the State of Montana provided, however, that it is agx•eed and understood that. any statute of limitations shall commence no later than the subsequential completion of the Services by S&A. 20. Renegotiation of Services: It is mutually agreed by S&A and the Client that the scope of services and fees for Phase II of this agreement may be amended, provided both parties concur with the amendment, in the last month of Phase I. The purpose of such amendment, if the parties agree an amendment is appropriate, will be to refine the scope of servi~~es to better serve the Comprehensive Planning and implementation program objectives, including scheduling. 21. Compliance With State and Federal Law: S&A acknowledges and agrees that the client is an agency of government and is subject to various state and federal statutes and administrative provisions pertaining to equal employment opportunity, prohibition against discrimination, employment conditions, payment of withholding, worker's compensation, unemployment compensation, public or municipal audit or review, and similar provisions, some or all of which are or. may be applicable also to private contractors with the Client. SSA agrees to comply with any and al.l applicable provisions of such State and Federal laws and regulations, which provisions are by this reference incorporated herein and made a part of this agreement. In all instances, products manufactured or produced in Montana by Montana industry shall be preferred for use in all projects and in all materials, supplies and equipment procured if ~;uch products, materials, equipment and supplies are comparable in price and quality. Further S&A shall give preference to the employment of bona fide Montana residents in the performance of all work under the terms of this agreement and shall pay not. less than the standard pr.evail..i.nq rate of wages, including fringe benefits for health and welfare and pension contributions and travel allowances as required by law. 6 i ~~ ~ ~ ~~.f~ ' ~:, IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the parties hereto have caused this Agreement to he exe~~uted effective the day and year first set forth above. CLIENT The Plannipg Board of the County BY c c ~~ ',lC /c~ Z, Its ~~{~. ~~~< ~D nod ~~lr.~,~/s.t~r ~~ ~C Dated -. SWENSON AND ASSOCIATES At The Historic Baxter 105 West Main ST. Suite MC Bozeman, MT 5915 / of ,7efferson, MT ~~ Its ~/~~fwT Dated~Z// __ 7 EXHIBIT A. STUDY AREA for the Jefferson County Comprehensive Plan The Plan will address land use development for the area inside Jefferson County, exclusive of the Cities of Boulder and Whiteha.ll.; However, influences from or upon adjacent oounti.es and nearby municipalities will be documented and analyzed in terms of rer_ommended goals, objectives, strategies and policies fur Jefferson County. 8 EXHIBIT B. SCOPE OF SERVICES PHASE I - INVENTORY AND DOCUMENTATION 1. Maps: a. Base Map: Jefferson County's base map, scale 1 inch = 1 mile, will be used for the several Plan presentation graphics. b. Topography Map: A topographic map will be prepared for the northern area of the County subject to subdivision pressure by assembling USGS quad sheets and photographically reproducing a map suitable for slope and drainage basin analysis. c. Other: Any n-Cher maps of settlement areas that may be necessary will be traced or photographically reproduced from available tax assessment or plat sheets. 2. Land Use Survey: a. Survey: A "windshield" survey will be conducted along readily accessible paved roads. This field survey will be supplemented by aerial photographs that may be available .from the Soil Conservation Servir_e, Forest Service, and State Department of Transportation; information from the sheriff's office, tax assessors office, road supervisor and US Postal 9 Service; and information gathered from County Commissioners, Planning Board members, and citizen volunteers. A more specific survey of subdivisions, roads and areas subject to development pressures will be conducted within the area approximately 5 miles south of the northern County boundary line. b. Content and Presentation: Land uses will be mapped throughout the County, excluding the incorporated towns, in generalized classifications of agriculture, public (federal, state and r_ounty), residential, commercial, industrial and mining. In addition to generalized land uses, the survey information to be collected will include observations about natural and built features, potential historic sites, and economic development opportunities. c. Anticipated Subdivision Activities: To the extent possible through interviews with real estate interests, anticipated major subdivision and development activities will be identified. 3. Background Social/Cultural Data: A brief background analysis of settlement patterns, cultural issues and social concerns will be synthesized from census data, historic reports, environroenta.l impact statements, Forest Service planning documents and other studies. a. The data collected will be supplemented with information gathered at public meetings and from the community survey. 4. Economic and Population Data: Generalized economic and population trends of the past four decades will be analyzed and projected. To the extent historic data is available, these trends will be localized to specific areas of the County. Data will be gathered from the sources listed i.n paragraph 3 above as well as septic tank permit records, electrical permit records, State Department of Health and Environmental Sciences (DHES) records and the .1976 Jefferson County Comprehensive Plan. i. Physiographic Data: Physiographic data including geology, soils and topography, as well as other major factors affecting land u.se w.i.ll be gathered from readily available sources and presented in a manner suitable for comprehensive pl.anninq purposes. When appropriate, data will be presented on transparent overlays to help visualize the implications of physical land features upon Future land uses. Specific data to be collected and analyzed will. include: a. Soils: Soil survey information wi.11. be derived from the 10 preliminary SCS report. b. Geologic Data: This data will be synthesized from information obtained from the mining companies, Montana Bureau of Mines, and .from Montana Tech and Montana State University. c. Topographic Issues: Using the topographic base map, maps will be prepared identifying drai-Wage basins, percentages of slope, wetlands and water courses and potential hazardous development areas, if any. d. Other: Major land ownership, forested areas, and road access will be delineated on transparent overlay maps prepared from Forest. Service, BLM and USGS maps. 6. Current Public Policies: Information regarding current and future policies that. may influence developmental patterns and Jefferson County's Comprehensive Plan will be q:athered from State governmental agencies, including the Montana Natural Resource Information System (NRIS) and the Montana Natural Heritage Program. Data will also be collected from: a. }iealth Related Policies: Sewer, water, waste disposal and surface dra-.i.nage requirements established by F.PA will. be obtained from the Montana DHES. b. Wildlife Management: Policies concerning wildlife and fisheries management will be acquired from Montana Department of Fish, Wildlife and Parks (DF'W&P). c. Mining and Timbering Poli~~ies: Present and future policies affecting mining and timbering in Jefferson County will. be obtained from the USFS, Bureau of Mines and other relevant agencies. d. Agricul.tur.e and Grazing: Present and future policies affecting agriculture and grazing in .Jefferson County will be obtained from the USUA. e. Other: Any other governmental policy making bodies that will or may have substantial impact upon Jefferson County's future development patterns will be interviewed to obtain information and policy statements relevant to the planning process. Of specific concern will be public safety matters, including fire protection policies and practices and abandoned 11 mining activities. PHASE II - GOALS/STkATEGIES DEVELOPMENT 1. Survey: A one page citizen survey will. be developed by S&A for distribution by Jefferson County. The object of this survey wil]. be both to inform the citizens of the planning process and to encourage and permit their direct participation in the process in public meetings, by returning the completed survey or by volunteer task group activities. Survey details shall include: a. Format: Name and address (api:ional), place of employment, number of school age children and their assessment of Jefferson County's positive attributes as well as desired improvements, facilities or changes. b. Distribution and CollecY.ion: The survey will be distributed at public meetings by citizen volunteers, i.nc.ludiny hiyh school students, and/or mail. c. Analysis: S&A will tabulate and analyze survey returns. For contract purposes, it will be assumed that S&A will be responsible for tabulation of up to 20X return under the base contract; the analysis c;f returns in excess of 20% will be charged on an hourly basis. 2. Area Meetings: A series o.f evening public meetings will be conducted in the following areas: Northend - including Clancy, Montana City and Jefferson City; Boulder Area - including Boulder, Basin, Elk Park and Boulder Valley; Whitehall Area - including Whitehall, Willow Creek, Milligan Canyon and Pipestone. For contract purposes, 1.1 evening area meetings are anticipated. Any fewer or additional meetings will be charged or credited on an hourly basis at. the rate of S50/hr. 3. Public Information: a.. Community Meetings: A brief, simplified review of the comprehensive planning process, with particular emphasis on improved efficiency and problem avoidance, will be conducted at each of the community meetings. The primary purpose of the public meetings, however, wil]. be to hear citizen concerns and recommendations, which will serve as a basis .for Comprehensive Plan Elements. 12 b. Media: Three news releases will be prepared during the course of the planning program for distribution t.o both print and electronic media at appropriate times. 4. Needs/Issues Statement: Community needs, issues, opportunities and desires will be identified in the series of area meetings and from citizen survey ra_turns. 5. Direction for Planner: Six bimonthly, joint working sessions will be held with the Planning Board and County Commissioners to review findings and assist in directing the course of the planning program. b. Goals/Strategies Development: Based upon citizen comments at public meetings and .from survey returns as well as meetings with the Planning Board and Commissioners, a preliminary statement of Goals, Objectives, Policies and Implementation Strategies will be developed. FHASE III - DEVELOP COMPREHENSIVE PLAN 1. Population and Economic Forecasts: Population and economic trends will be projected to the year 2010 for localized areas of the County. The detail of .forecasts for localized areas of the County will be subject to the limits of information provided by the .1990 Census and "best estimates" and data extrapolated from Postal Service records, septic tank permits and other sources identi.f.ied in Phase I. 2. Plan Elements: Generalized "Comprehensive Plan Elements" will be mapped and presented in text in a form suitable for both public presentations and publication in the final planning document. The generalized Plan Elements wi.l]. include: a. Future Land Use. b. Streets and Ways. c. Sanitary, Storm and Solid Waste Disposal Facilities. d. Park, Recreation, Public Activity Space and Community Facilities. These "Plan Elements" may take the form of policy statements and will be, when appropriate, presented in graphic form. 13 3. General Plans: In addition to the foregoing Plan Elements, certain generalized policies and/or graphics will be prepared including: a. Environment, Natural and Built. b. Community Appearanoe, Natural. and Manmade. c. Historic, Cultural. and Social Features. As with paragraph #2 Plan Elements, the Plans will be presented in graphic form and/or as policy statements suitable for public presentations and publication in the final planning document. 4. Goals/St.rateyies: The statement of Goals/Strategies developed in Phase II will be refined as may be necessary to accurately relate to the Comprehensive Plan elements. 5. Comprehensive Plan: The foregoing "Plan Elements and General Plans", as well as the statement of Goals/St:rategies, will be synthesized and published as the Jefferson County Comprehensive Plan. Materials to be published include: a. One hundred copies of the final. planning document, including text and black and white graphics. Twelve copies of the Plan will be published in loose-leaf hardback binders for the County Commissioners and members of the Planning Board; the remainder will be published as soft cover, plastic: bound copies. b. A four-color, generalized Comprehensive Plan map prepared at a scale suitable for folding and inclusion in each of the Comprehensive Plan documents. c. Any background data and general information col.l.ected during 'the pl.ann:ing program that is relevant to the Comprehensive Plan but not appropriate f_or inclusion in the final planning document will be bound in .loose-.leaf form for retention in County planning records. 5i.milarly, any presentation maps and reproducible base maps will become the property of the County at the completion of the planning program. PHASE IV - RECOMMENDED IMPLEMENTATION FROGRAM 14 1. Guidelines for Orderly Development: The Comprehensive Plan will be presented in a form suitable for the establishment of priorities and means of. implementing actions to achieve orderly development patterns. Particular emphasis will be given t_o showinq_ the fiscal soundness of recommended public decisions. L. Capital Improvement, Program: Based upon projected priorities, a five-year CIP, formatted for annual updating, will be prepared. The CIP will be presented in matrix format for ease of public presentation and discussion as wel]. as use by the Planning Board and County Commissioners. ;i. Other Implementation Programs: Similar in format. and presentation to the CIP, an Annual Work Program (AWP) outlining specific actions, responsible parties and performance dates will be developed to assist the County Commissioners, Planning Board and other appropriate County governmental agencies in the i.mplementati.on of Comprehensive Plan Goals, Strategies and Policies in an orderly manner. 4. Public Meetings, Round 2: A second round of public meetings will be conducted to present proposed plans and programs. Three meetings, one each in the northern, central and southern sections of the County, are anticipated under the basic contract. Any fewer or additional meetings will be compensated for on an hourly basis. Foll.owinq these meetings, plans and recommendations will be formalized for final review by the Planning Board and County Commission prior to publishing the final document. 5. Coordination With Adjacent Communities: Swenson and Associates will meet with and assist in the coordination of plans with surrounding municipalities as directed by the Planning Board and County Commission. Four two-hour meetings are anticipated un<9er the base contract . 'Cime and expenses for any additional meetings will be compensated on an hourly, plus expense, basis. 6. Public Hearing: The final Comprehensive Plan adoption Hearing will be a joint Planning Board and County Commission hearing. Swenson and AsSOC.latP_~S will attend and participate in the public. presentation and discussion to the extent desired by the respective bodies. 15 EXHIBIT C. TASK, TIME SCHEDULE AND PROFESSIONAL SERVICES COSTS TASK Phase I - Inventor and Documentation 1. Maps a. Base Map b. Topography Map c. Other 2. Land Use Survey a. Survey h. Content and Presentation c. Anticipated Subdivision Activities 3. Background Social/Cultural Data 4. Economic and Population Data 5. Fhys:iographic Data a. Soils b. Geologic Data c. Topographic Issues d. Other MONTH CO5T; Jan 600 Jan ~?_00 Feb 800 Feb 1400 Mar 1600 16 6. Current Public Policies a. Health Related Policies b. Wildlife Management c. Mining and Timbering Policies d. Agriculture and Grazing e. Other TOTAL PHASE I Phase II_____ Goals/Strat:egies Development 1. Survey a. Format b. Distribution and Collection c. Analysis 2. Area Meetings TASK Phase III Continued 3. Public Information a. Community Meeting b. Media 4. Needs/Issues Statement 5. Direction for Planner 6. Goals/Strategies Development TOTAL PHASE II Phase III - Develop Comprehensive_ Plan 1. Population and Economic Forecasts 2. Plan Elements a. Future Land Use b. Streets and Ways c. Sanitary, Storm F~ Waste Disposal. 17 Apr 1200 S 7800 Mar 1.400 Apr-May 2200 MONTH COSTS Apr-May SOU May 500 Jan-Dec 900 Jun ':400 9 8200 May-Jun 2000 Jul-Aug 2100 Facilities. d. Park, Rer.., Pub. Activity Space & Community Facilities 3. General Plans a. Environment b. Community Appearance c. Historic, Cultural & Social Features 4. Goals/Strategies 5. Comprehensive Plan a. C;Opl P_S b. 4 Color Map c. Background Data TOTAL PHASE III TASK Phase IV_= Recommended Implementation Prosram 1. Guidelines for Orderly Development 2. Capital Improvements Plan 3. Other Implementation Programs 4. Public Meetings, Round 2 5. Coordination w/Neighbori.ny Communities 6. Public Hearing TOTAL PHASE IV GRAND TOTAL, FEES 18 Jul-Aug 2200 Jul-Aug B00 Sep-Oct 2000 S 9200 MONTH COSTS Sep-Oct .1600 Nov-Uec 2200 Nov-Dec 2200 Uct 900 Sep-Oct 900 Dec 600 S 8400 S 33,600 • APPENDIX A: ANTICIPATED INVOICE SCHEDULE AND PROCEDURE - JEFFERSON COUNTY To Assist in Planning Board and County Commission administration of this planning contract, the following anticipated schedule of services to be performed and invoicing schedule is appended. This schedule is intended to serve as a guide only and will be adjusted to reflect community meeting dates and actual performance periods of the contracted services, INVOICES MONTH ................................. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Total A. Prof. Time Charoes 2950 22001 3150 2700 3150 3400 2750 2600 2400 3150 2350 2800 33600 B. Cumulative (A) 2950 5150 8300 11000 14150 17550 20300122900 253001264501308001336001 Direct Co.,t., ... .................. C. Publishing Costs 0 200 0 200 0 0 200 200 800 200 2001 0 2000 D. Mileage 125 125 125 125 125 125 125 125 125 125 1251 125 1500 E. L—D Phone 25 25 251 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25, 251 300 F. Subtotal 1 ( D+E+F) 150 350 1501 3501 150 150 350 350 950 3501 3501 150 3800 0. Cumulative ( F) 150 500 6501 1000 1150 1300 16501 20001 29501 33001 36501 38001 H. Subtotal 2 (A+F) 1 3100 2550 3300 30501 3300 3550 3100 2950 3350 35001 27001 295037400 I. Cumulative ( B+64) 1 3100 5650 8950112000115300118850121950 2490012825013i7501344501374001 The monthly invoices will be in a matrix form. They will reflect the above invoicing schedule, clearly indicating the amount being invoiced to date and amount remaining to be invoiced by each chase.