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C12-24 Riverside Police Department Avoid The 30 Enforcement Program Memorandum of Understanding C: -c9ti RIVERSIDE POLICE DEPARTMENT AVOID THE 30 ENFORCEMENT PROGRAM MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING This RIVERSIDE POLICE DEPARTMENT AVOID THE 30 PROGRAM IN RIVERSIDE COUNTY MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING ("Agreement") is made and entered into this day of oa-roaeV- , 2013, by and between, the City of Riverside, through its Police Department ("City") and the City of ,BEft.vMow'-r , through its Police Department ("Participating Agency"). RECITALS A. Riverside Police Department has secured a grant ("Grant") from the California Office of Traffic Safety ("OTS") to conduct a Regional Driving Under the Influence (DUI) enforcement effort, Avoid the 30, between October 1, 2013, and September 30, 2014 ("Program"). B. The Grant allows Riverside to reimburse designated police agencies that participate in the Avoid the 30 Program for authorized DUI operations on an overtime basis (150% of their hourly rate). Participating Agencies retained for the purpose of performing professional services for the Avoid the 30 Program may include the following: City of Banning, City of Beaumont, City of Blythe, Cathedral City, City of Corona, City of Desert Hot Springs, City of Hemet, City of Indio, City of Murrieta, City of Palm Springs, County of Riverside Sheriff Department, University of Riverside Police, Riverside Community College Police, and the California Department of Park and Recreation. C. The parties wish to enter into this Agreement to take advantage of the Grant, subject to the rights and limits of the Grant, as administered through the City of Riverside. NOW, THEREFORE, City and Participating Agency, for the consideration hereinafter described, mutually agree as follows: 1. SCOPE OF SERVICES. During the term of October 1, 2013, through September 30, 2014, Participating Agency shall provide DUI enforcement staff on an overtime basis as staffing levels allow for the Avoid the 30 Program in Riverside County. Participating Agency commits to participate in the program as staffing levels allow and to encourage officers to emphasize DUI enforcement during all phases of the grant term. The City of Riverside agrees to adhere to the OTS grant programmatic, financial and statistical reporting and understands that adhering to the requirements is necessary to be reimbursed for DUI enforcement activities conducted during the time periods of October 1, 2013, through September 30, 2014. The parties understand that Participating Agency's employees will provide the services herein on an overtime basis. The services provided by Participating Agency under this Agreement shall comply with and be subject to all terms and limitations in the Grant and OTS. Participating Agency Memorandum of Understanding Page 2 Riverside Police Department AVOID the 30— Grant#AL1437 acknowledges and agrees that it has read the Grant and will abide by its terms in providing the services hereunder. 2. PERIOD OF PERFORMANCE. This Agreement is to commence on October 1, 2013, and shall conclude on September 30, 2014, unless terminated by either party with or without cause by giving at least thirty (30) days written notice to the respective party and specifying the effective date thereof. 3. STATISTICAL REPORTING. Participating Agency shall collect and report to City, the number of enforcement activities paid with funds from this Agreement. For DUI checkpoint activities, the following information must be collected and reported: number of vehicles passing through checkpoint, number of drivers screened at checkpoints, number of field sobriety tests administered (FST), number of DUI-alcohol arrests, number of DUI-drug arrests, number of DUI-alcohol/drug combo arrests, number of drug arrests, number of criminal (in custody) arrests, number of drivers with suspended/revoked licenses, number of recovered stolen vehicles and all other arrests. For DUI roving patrol operations, the following information must be collected and reported: number of vehicle stops, number of FSTs administered, number of DUI-. alcohol arrests, number of DUI-drug arrests, number of DUI-alcohol/drug combo arrests, number of drug arrests, number of criminal (in custody) arrests, number of drivers with suspended/revoked licenses, number of stolen vehicles and all other arrests. 4. ALLOWABLE COSTS AND PAYMENTS. A. Allowable Costs. Participating Agency shall bill for services rendered during DUI enforcement operations at its Police Department's actual paid overtime rate on an overtime basis (150% of their hourly rate). B. Invoice Requirements. Invoices shall include dates and hours worked, officer's name, officer's overtime salary rate, number of hours worked, and total dollars requested for overtime reimbursement. In addition, copies of overtime slips and/or ledger report(s) signed and approved by supervision supporting actual hours and costs are required. City, County and/or Participating Agency's overhead costs will not be reimbursed. Invoices shall also include the statistics required by OTS as outlined in Item 3, Statistical Reporting. Invoices will not be paid if the statistics required by OTS are not submitted. C. Rate of Payment. Participating Agency will receive reimbursement for officer overtime through the Avoid the 30 Program as set forth in this Avoid the 30 Memorandum of Understanding. The amount reimbursed will not exceed the total sum allocated in the approved grant budget, Category C-Contractual Services, in the amount of$294,587.00 or as modified and approved by OTS for all Participating Agencies. The amount the Participating Agency will receive will be based on actual staff hours worked for the Avoid the 30 grant program and as invoiced in accordance with Paragraph B, Invoice Requirements as stated above. Funding is solely for reimbursement of officer • Memorandum of Understanding Page 3 Riverside Police Department AVOID the 30— Grant#AL1437 overtime incurred during Avoid the 30 enforcement activities conducted during the Avoid the 30 enforcement period. D. Time Limit for Submitting Invoices. Participating Agency shall submit an invoice for services to the City of Riverside. The City shall not be obligated to pay Participating Agency for the services covered by any invoice if Participating Agency presents the invoice to the City more than thirty (30) days after the date the Participating Agency renders the service, or more than thirty (30) days after this MOU terminates, whichever is earlier. 5. RECORDS A. Access. Participating Agency agrees to provide to City, to any Federal or State Department having monitoring or reviewing authority, to authorized representatives and/or their appropriate audit agencies upon reasonable notice, access to and the right to examine and audit all records and documents necessary to determine compliance with relevant Federal, State and Local statutes, rules and regulations and the Memorandum of Understanding, and to evaluate the quality, appropriateness and timeliness of services performed, for a period of at least three (3) years from the termination date of this Memorandum of Understanding, or until audit findings are resolved, whichever is greater. B. Retention. City shall maintain and preserve in its possession all records relating to this Memorandum of Understanding for a period of at least three (3) years from the termination date of this Memorandum of Understanding, or until audit findings are resolved, whichever is greater. 6. INDEMNIFICATION. Except as to the sole negligence or willful misconduct of the City, Participating Agency agrees to indemnify, protect and hold harmless the City from and against any claim for damage, charge, lawsuit, action, judicial, administrative, regulatory or arbitration proceeding, damage, cost, expense (including counsel and expert fees), judgment, civil fine and penalties, liabilities or losses of any kind or nature whatsoever whether actual, threatened or alleged, which arise out of, pertain to, or relate to, or are a consequence of, or are attributable to, or are in any manner connected with the performance of the Services, work, activities, operations or duties of the Participating Agency, or anyone employed by or working under the Participating Agency or for services rendered to Participating Agency in the performance of this Agreement, notwithstanding that the City may have benefited from its work or services. This indemnification provision shall apply to any acts, omissions, negligence, recklessness, or willful misconduct, whether active or passive, on the part of the Participating Agency or anyone employed or working under the Participating Agency. 7. GOVERNING LAW. This Agreement shall be interpreted and construed according to the laws of the State of California. Memorandum of Understanding Page 4 Riverside Police Department AVOID the 30 — Grant#AL1437 8. ENTIRE AGREEMENT. This Agreement contains the entire understanding between City and the Participating Agency. Any prior agreements, promises, negotiations or representations thist Agreemely set nt shall be effectiverth herein eof no only if force writing effect.r Subsequent modificationsnd signed by both parties. 9. NOTICES. Formal notices, communications and demands for payment shall be made in writing and mailed, faxed, or emailed to City at: Avoid the 30 Grant Coordinator 8181 Lincoln Avenue Riverside, CA 92504 951.826.8730 Avoid30@riversideca.gov If you agree with the terms of this Memorandum of Understanding, please indicate by signing and dating where indicated below. (Signatures on following page.) Memorandum of Understanding Page 5 II Riverside Police Department AVOID the 30— Grant#AL1437 CITY OF RIVERSIDE PARTICIPATING AGENCY (City of ) Approved by: Review-, = . A ccepted by Participating Ag ► Scott C. Barber - ure City Manager Attest: � rx C'oE Name ONi ,� EF I/ 6.AL Title /0 - 7- i3 Colleen of City Cle Date Signatur- �Sa,a�! 11i►P,►nile-4s Name rj/ A.aN,a 667? Title /0-7-i3 Date Approved as to Form: aures Brown Supervising Deputy City Attorney City of Riverside Cf -414 ) • RIVERSIDE POLICE DEPARTMENT AVOID THE 30 ENFORCEMENT PROGRAM MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING This RIVERSIDE POLICE DEPARTMENT AVOID THE 30 PROGRAM IN RIVERSIDE COUNTY MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING ("Agreement") is made and entered ecemer into thi�i�day of oDma-.,.•.,teab . , 2012, by and between, the City of Riverside, through its Police Department ("City") and the City of p - -r , through its Police Department ("Participating Agency"). RECITALS A. Riverside Police Department has secured a grant ("Grant") from the California Office of Traffic Safety ("OTS") to conduct a Regional Driving Under the Influence (DUI) enforcement effort, Avoid the 30, between October 1, 2012 and September 30, 2013 ("Program"). B. The Grant allows Riverside to reimburse designated police agencies that participate in the Avoid the 30 Program for authorized DUI operations on an overtime basis (150% of their hourly rate). Participating Agencies retained for the purpose of performing professional services for the Avoid the 30 Program may include the following: City of Banning, City of Beaumont, City of Blythe, City of Cabazon, City of Canyon Lake, Cathedral City, City of Coachella, City of Corona, City of Desert Hot Springs, City of Eastvale, City of Hemet, City of Indian Wells, City of Indio, City of Jurupa Valley, City of Lake Elsinore, City of La Quinta, City of Menifee, City of Moreno Valley, City of Murrieta, City of Norco, City of Palm Desert, City of Palm Springs, City of Perris, City of Rancho Mirage, City of San Jacinto, City of Temecula, University of Riverside Police, Riverside Community College Police, and the California Department of Park and Recreation. C. The parties wish to enter into this Agreement to take advantage of the Grant, subject to the rights and limits of the Grant, as administered through the City of Riverside. NOW, THEREFORE, City and Participating Agency, for the consideration hereinafter described, mutually agree as follows: 1. SCOPE OF SERVICES. During the term of October 1, 2012 through September 30, 2013, Participating Agency shall provide DUI enforcement staff on an overtime basis as staffing levels allow for the Avoid the 30 Program in Riverside County. Participating Agency commits to participate in the program as staffing levels allow and to encourage officers to emphasize DUI enforcement during all phases of the grant term. The City of Riverside agrees to adhere to the OTS grant programmatic, financial and statistical reporting and understands that adhering to the requirements is necessary to be reimbursed for DUI enforcement activities conducted during the time periods of October 1, 2012 through September 30, 2013. The parties understand that ' Memorandum of Understanding Page 2 Riverside Police Department AVOID the 30 — Grant#AL1387 Participating Agency's employees will provide the services herein on an overtime basis. The services provided by Participating Agency under this Agreement shall comply with and be subject to all terms and limitations in the Grant and OTS. Participating Agency acknowledges and agrees that it has read the Grant and will abide by its terms in providing the services hereunder. 2. PERIOD OF PERFORMANCE. This Agreement is to commence on October 1, 2012, and shall conclude on September 30, 2013, unless terminated by either party with or without cause by giving at least thirty (30) days written notice to the respective party and specifying the effective date thereof. 3. STATISTICAL REPORTING. Participating Agency shall collect and report to City, the number of enforcement activities paid with funds from this Agreement. For DUI checkpoint activities, the following information must be collected and reported: number of vehicles passing through checkpoint, number of drivers screened at checkpoints, number of field sobriety tests administered (FST), number of DUI arrests, number of drug arrests, number of criminal (in custody) arrests, number of drivers with suspended/revoked licenses, number of recovered stolen vehicles and all other arrests. For DUI roving patrol operations, the following information must be collected and reported: number of vehicle stops, number of FSTs administered, number of DUI arrests, number of drug arrests, number of criminal (in custody) arrests, number of drivers with suspended/revoked licenses, number of stolen vehicles and all other arrests. 4. ALLOWABLE COSTS AND PAYMENTS. A. Allowable Costs. Participating Agency shall bill for services rendered during DUI enforcement operations at its Police Department's actual overtime rate for on an overtime basis (150% of their hourly rate). B. Invoice Requirements. Invoices shall include dates and hours worked, officer's name, officer's overtime salary rate with allowable benefits, number of hours worked, and total dollars requested for overtime reimbursement. In addition, copies of overtime slips and/or ledger report(s) supporting actual hours and costs are required. City and/or Participating Agency's overhead costs will not be reimbursed. Invoices shall also include the statistics required by OTS as outlined in Item 3, Statistical Reporting. Invoices will not be paid if the statistics required by OTS are not submitted. C. Rate of Payment. Participating Agency will receive reimbursement for officer overtime through the Avoid the 30 Program as set forth in this Avoid the 30 Memorandum of Understanding. The amount reimbursed will not exceed the total sum allocated in the approved grant budget, Category C-Contractual Services, in the amount of $256,452.00 or as modified and approved by OTS for all Participating Agencies. The amount the Participating Agency will receive will be based on actual staff hours worked for the Avoid the 30 grant program and as invoiced in accordance with Paragraph B, Memorandum of Understanding Page 3 Riverside Police Department AVOID the 30 — Grant#AL1387 Invoice Requirements as stated above. Funding is solely for reimbursement of officer overtime incurred during Avoid the 30 enforcement activities conducted during the Avoid the 30 enforcement period. D. Time Limit for Submitting Invoices. Participating Agency shall submit an invoice for services to the City of Riverside. The City shall not be obligated to pay Participating Agency for the services covered by any invoice if Participating Agency presents the invoice to the City more than thirty (30) days after the date the Participating Agency render the service, or more than thirty (30) days after this MOU terminates, whichever is earlier. 5. RECORDS A. Access. Participating Agency agrees to provide to City, to any Federal or State Department having monitoring or reviewing authority, to authorized representatives and/or their appropriate audit agencies upon reasonable notice, access to and the right to examine and audit all records and documents necessary to determine compliance with relevant Federal, State and Local statutes, rules and regulations and the Memorandum of Understanding, and to evaluate the quality, appropriateness and timeliness of services performed, for a period of at least three (3) years from the termination date of this Memorandum of Understanding, or until audit findings are resolved, whichever is greater. B. Retention. City shall maintain and preserve in its possession all records relating to this Memorandum of Understanding for a period of at least three (3) years from the termination date of this Memorandum of Understanding, or until audit findings are resolved, whichever is greater. 6. INDEMNIFICATION. Except as to the sole negligence or willful misconduct of the City, Participating Agency agrees to indemnify, protect and hold harmless the City from and against any claim for damage, charge, lawsuit, action, judicial, administrative, regulatory or arbitration proceeding, damage, cost, expense (including counsel and expert fees), judgment, civil fine and penalties, liabilities or losses of any kind or nature whatsoever whether actual, threatened or alleged, which arise out of, pertain to, or relate to, or are a consequence of, or are attributable to, or are in any manner connected with the performance of the Services, work, activities, operations or duties of the Participating Agency, or anyone employed by or working under the Participating Agency or for services rendered to Participating Agency in the performance of this Agreement, notwithstanding that the City may have benefited from its work or services. This indemnification provision shall apply to any acts, omissions, negligence, recklessness, or willful misconduct, whether active or passive, on the part of the Participating Agency or anyone employed or working under the Participating Agency. Memorandum of Understanding Page 4 Riverside Police Department AVOID the 30 — Grant#AL1387 7. GOVERNING LAW. This Agreement shall be interpreted and construed according to the laws of the State of California. 8. ENTIRE AGREEMENT. This Agreement contains the entire understanding between City and the Participating Agency. Any prior agreements, promises, negotiations or representations not expressly set forth herein are of no force or effect. Subsequent modifications to this Agreement shall be effective only if in writing and signed by both parties. 9. NOTICES. Formal notices, communications and demands for payment shall be made in writing and mailed, faxed, or emailed to City at the following number: Dawn Reynolds Traffic Bureau Police Service Representative 8181 Lincoln Avenue Riverside, CA 92504 (951) 826-8730 Avoid30@riversideca.gov If you agree with the terms of this Memorandum of Understanding, please indicate by signing and dating where indicated below. (Signatures on following page.) Memorandum of Understanding Page 5 Riverside Police Department AVOID the 30— Grant#AL1387 CITY OF RIVERSIDE PARTICIPATING AGENCY (City of t�E/►uMo►� ) Approved by: Reviewed and Accepted by Participating Agen W Barber Signature City Manager Attest: A L..1.3 KA PA.►., Name sy Mi•"A SER AC��� Title Colleen G.I -��- City Cler Date /4 rprro - r•naure Name GJN/�f OF /4o4/4'E Title Date Approved as to Form: James own Supervising Deputy City Attorney City of Riverside CA#12-1917 O:\Cycom\W PDocs\D025\P014\00136108.DOC acOPY RIVERSIDE POLICE DEPARTMENT AVOID THE 30 ENFORCEMENT PROGRAM MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING This RIVERSIDE POLICE DEPARTMENT AVOID THE 30 PROGRAM IN RIVERSIDE COUNMEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING ("Agreement") is made and entered into thi °day ofe. , 2012, by and between, the City of Riverside, through its Police Department ("City") and the City of , through its Police Department ("Participating Agency"). RECITALS A. Riverside Police Department has secured a grant ("Grant") from the California Office of Traffic Safety ("OTS") to conduct a Regional Driving Under the Influence (DUI) enforcement effort, Avoid the 30, between October 1, 2012 and September 30, 2013 ("Program"). B. The Grant allows Riverside to reimburse designated police agencies that participate in the Avoid the 30 Program for authorized DUI operations on an overtime basis (150% of their hourly rate). Participating Agencies retained for the purpose of performing professional services for the Avoid the 30 Program may include the following: City of Banning, City of Beaumont, City of Blythe, City of Cabazon, City of Canyon Lake, Cathedral City, City of Coachella, City of Corona, City of Desert Hot Springs, City of Eastvale, City of Hemet, City of Indian Wells, City of Indio, City of Jurupa Valley, City of Lake Elsinore, City of La Quinta, City of Menifee, City of Moreno Valley, City of Murrieta, City of Norco, City of Palm Desert, City of Palm Springs, City of Perris, City of Rancho Mirage, City of San Jacinto, City of Temecula, University of Riverside Police, Riverside Community College Police, and the California Department of Park and Recreation. C. The parties wish to enter into this Agreement to take advantage of the Grant, subject to the rights and limits of the Grant, as administered through the City of Riverside. NOW, THEREFORE, City and Participating Agency, for the consideration hereinafter described, mutually agree as follows: 1. SCOPE OF SERVICES. During the term of October 1, 2012 through September 30, 2013, Participating Agency shall provide DUI enforcement staff on an overtime basis as staffing levels allow for the Avoid the 30 Program in Riverside County. Participating Agency commits to participate in the program as staffing levels allow and to encourage officers to emphasize DUI enforcement during all phases of the grant term. The City of Riverside agrees to adhere to the OTS grant programmatic, financial and statistical reporting and understands that adhering to the requirements is necessary to be reimbursed for DUI enforcement activities conducted during the time periods of October 1, 2012 through September 30, 2013. The parties understand that Memorandum of Understanding Page 2 Riverside Police Department AVOID the 30 — Grant#AL1387 Participating Agency's employees will provide the services herein on an overtime basis. The services provided by Participating Agency under this Agreement shall comply with and be subject to all terms and limitations in the Grant and OTS. Participating Agency acknowledges and agrees that it has read the Grant and will abide by its terms in providing the services hereunder. 2. PERIOD OF PERFORMANCE. This Agreement is to commence on October 1, 2012, and shall conclude on September 30, 2013, unless terminated by either party with or without cause by giving at least thirty (30) days written notice to the respective party and specifying the effective date thereof. 3. STATISTICAL REPORTING. Participating Agency shall collect and report to City, the number of enforcement activities paid with funds from this Agreement. For DUI checkpoint activities, the following information must be collected and reported: number of vehicles passing through checkpoint, number of drivers screened at checkpoints, number of field sobriety tests administered (FST), number of DUI arrests, number of drug arrests, number of criminal (in custody) arrests, number of drivers with suspended/revoked licenses, number of recovered stolen vehicles and all other arrests. For DUI roving patrol operations, the following information must be collected and reported: number of vehicle stops, number of FSTs administered, number of DUI arrests, number of drug arrests, number of criminal (in custody) arrests, number of drivers with suspended/revoked licenses, number of stolen vehicles and all other arrests. 4. ALLOWABLE COSTS AND PAYMENTS. A. Allowable Costs. Participating Agency shall bill for services rendered during DUI enforcement operations at its Police Department's actual overtime rate for on an overtime basis (150% of their hourly rate). B. Invoice Requirements. Invoices shall include dates and hours worked, officer's name, officer's overtime salary rate with allowable benefits, number of hours worked, and total dollars requested for overtime reimbursement. In addition, copies of overtime slips and/or ledger report(s) supporting actual hours and costs are required. City and/or Participating Agency's overhead costs will not be reimbursed. Invoices shall also include the statistics required by OTS as outlined in Item 3, Statistical Reporting. Invoices will not be paid if the statistics required by OTS are not submitted. C. Rate of Payment. Participating Agency will receive reimbursement for officer overtime through the Avoid the 30 Program as set forth in this Avoid the 30 Memorandum of Understanding. The amount reimbursed will not exceed the total sum allocated in the approved grant budget, Category C-Contractual Services, in the amount of $256,452.00 or as modified and approved by OTS for all Participating Agencies. The amount the Participating Agency will receive will be based on actual staff hours worked for the Avoid the 30 grant program and as invoiced in accordance with Paragraph B, Memorandum of Understanding Page 3 Riverside Police Department AVOID the 30 — Grant#AL1387 Invoice Requirements as stated above. Funding is solely for reimbursement of officer overtime incurred during Avoid the 30 enforcement activities conducted during the Avoid the 30 enforcement period. D. Time Limit for Submitting Invoices. Participating Agency shall submit an invoice for services to the City of Riverside. The City shall not be obligated to pay Participating Agency for the services covered by any invoice if Participating Agency presents the invoice to the City more than thirty (30) days after the date the Participating Agency render the service, or more than thirty (30) days after this MOU terminates, whichever is earlier. 5. RECORDS A. Access. Participating Agency agrees to provide to City, to any Federal or State Department having monitoring or reviewing authority, to authorized representatives and/or their appropriate audit agencies upon reasonable notice, access to and the right to examine and audit all records and documents necessary to determine compliance with relevant Federal, State and Local statutes, rules and regulations and the Memorandum of Understanding, and to evaluate the quality, appropriateness and timeliness of services performed, for a period of at least three (3) years from the termination date of this Memorandum of Understanding, or until audit findings are resolved, whichever is greater. B. Retention. City shall maintain and preserve in its possession all records relating to this Memorandum of Understanding for a period of at least three (3) years from the termination date of this Memorandum of Understanding, or until audit findings are resolved, whichever is greater. 6. INDEMNIFICATION. Except as to the sole negligence or willful misconduct of the City, Participating Agency agrees to indemnify, protect and hold harmless the City from and against any claim for damage, charge, lawsuit, action, judicial, administrative, regulatory or arbitration proceeding, damage, cost, expense (including counsel and expert fees), judgment, civil fine and penalties, liabilities or losses of any kind or nature whatsoever whether actual, threatened or alleged, which arise out of, pertain to, or relate to, or are a consequence of, or are attributable to, or are in any manner connected with the performance of the Services, work, activities, operations or duties of the Participating Agency, or anyone employed by or working under the Participating Agency or for services rendered to Participating Agency in the performance of this Agreement, notwithstanding that the City may have benefited from its work or services. This indemnification provision shall apply to any acts, omissions, negligence, recklessness, or willful misconduct, whether active or passive, on the part of the Participating Agency or anyone employed or working under the Participating Agency. Memorandum of Understanding Page 4 Riverside Police Department AVOID the 30— Grant#AL1387 7. GOVERNING LAW. This Agreement shall be interpreted and construed according to the laws of the State of California. 8. ENTIRE AGREEMENT. This Agreement contains the entire understanding between City and the Participating Agency. Any prior agreements, promises, negotiations or representations not expressly set forth herein are of no force or effect. Subsequent modifications to this Agreement shall be effective only if in writing and signed by both parties. 9. NOTICES. Formal notices, communications and demands for payment shall be made in writing and mailed, faxed, or emailed to City at the following number: Dawn Reynolds Traffic Bureau Police Service Representative 8181 Lincoln Avenue Riverside, CA 92504 (951) 826-8730 Avoid30@riversideca.gov If you agree with the terms of this Memorandum of Understanding, please indicate by signing and dating where indicated below. (Signatures on following page.) • Memorandum of Understanding Page 5 Riverside Police Department AVOID the 30 — Grant#AL1387 CITY OF RIVERSIDE PARTICIPATING AGENCY (City of , E...kw owr- ) Approved by: Revie ,:d and Accepted by Participating A.-nc : / - AN. —maze C. Barber Signature F City Manager Attest: At-A 1.1 K.4.1.4%,...1 I GA S Name e,--y IV\AIJAVER. Title Colleen J. Nicol 1°-zg - City Clerk Date Si• ature 1ci2awttiS CoE Name CN/EF or POG/CE Title lO-29-I2 Date Approved as to Form: James Brown Supervising Deputy City Attorney City of Riverside CA#12-1917 O:\Cycom\W PDocs\D025\P014\00136108.DOC • • Memorandum of Understanding Page 5 Riverside Police Department AVOID the 30— Grant#AL1387 CITY OF RIVERSIDE PARTICIPATING AGENCY (City of P.SaPVM01.tw- ) Approved by: Reviewed and Accepted by Participating Agent,. )Wf\tkAA_ s Scott C. Barb r Signature City Manager Attest: At-.AP 3 lCAP.a lLa►S Name e._t ry MANAfsE`R. �4 C� Title i►1 Colleen G.I 1"-a9-11- City Cler Date i'na ure Name 67,4,EF of ,4,4444. Title 10-29- /L Date Approved as to Form: James own Supervising Deputy City Attorney City of Riverside CA#12-1917 O:\Cycom\W PDocs\D025\P014\00136108.DOC