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BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS AGENDA

MONDAY, DECEMBER 21, 2015, 9:00AM


COMMISSION CHAMBERS, ROOM B-11
I.
II.
III.

PROCLAMATIONS/PRESENTATIONS
UNFINISHED BUSINESS
CONSENT AGENDA
1.

Consider approval of request to pay invoices from the Diversion Fund account in a total amount of
$5,673.77-- District Attorney.

2.

Consider authorization and execution of Contracts C547-2015 through C549-2015 with Security
First Title, Heartland Title and Lawyers Title for rental of space in the Courthouse in an amount of
$800.00 per company per year-Register of Deeds.

3.

Acknowledge receipt and consider approval of a Soldier Township Treasurer's Bond, effective
January 7, 2016- January 6, 2017 in the amount of $30,000.00.--County Clerk.

4.

Consider approval of Resolution No. 2015-117 authorizing the County Clerk to cancel and reissue
a check-Commissioner Cook.

5.

Consider approval of Resolution No. 2015-118 authorizing the County Clerk to cancel and
reissue a check-Commissioner Cook.

6.

Consider approval of Resolution No. 2015-119 authorizing the County Clerk to cancel checksCommissioner Cook.

7.

Consider authorization and execution of the following service contracts-Parks and Recreation:
(a) Contract C550-2015 with Nicole Jarboe-Paxson to instruct all levels of belly dance at a cost
of $30.00 per hour.
(b) Contract C551-2015 with the Topeka Civic Theatre and Academy to provide theatre classes
at a cost of $20.00 per participant.

8.

IV.

Consider authorization and execution of Contract C552-2015 with COX Business to provide
Business TV essential service for the Shawnee County Sheriffs Office at a cost of $2,448.00 for
2016 and $2,877.84 for 2017 and 2018.

NEW BUSINESS
A. COUNTY CLERK- Cynthia Beck
1.

Consider all voucher payments.

2.

Consider correction orders.

B. PARKS AND RECREATION -John Knight


I.

Consider authorization and execution of Contract C553-2015 with BA Green Construction for
the design and construction of the Midwest Health Aquatic Center at a guaranteed maximum price
of$9.25 million dollars and the Domwood Spray Park at a guaranteed maximum price of
$600,000.00.

2.

Consider approval to purchase three iPad Airs and cellular data service from Verizon Wireless for
use with the KanPay OTC service at a cost of$379.00 each and monthly cellular data service of
$40.01 per device.

3.

Consider approval to add Summer Camps licensed by the State of Kansas to the Revolving Fund.

4.

Acknowledge receipt and consider approval of the Shawnee County Parks and Recreation
Advisory/Advocate Board By-Laws and ratification of Board members.

C. KANSAS EXPOCENTRE- H. R. Cook


I.

Consider approval of requests for capital expenditures in a total amount of no more than
$29,546.27.
(a)
(b)
(c)
(d)
(e)
(f)
(g)

(h)

Repair of Tennant 7100 Ride on Floor Scrubber at a cost not to exceed $3,000.00.
Extensive repairs to air handler units #1 and #2 at a cost of $9,317.67.
Purchase of a select quantity of rental ice skates at a cost of$4,278.00.
Replacement of compressor on Perlick chiller that serves Concession Stand #3 at a cost of
$958.34.
Purchase and installation of three PTAC (through-the-wall) combination air-conditioning and
heating units at a cost of $2,525 .00.
Purchase of300' of black pipe and drape in an amount of $2,467.26.
Winterize livestock stall barn for use in sub-freezing weather at a cost not to exceed
$2,500.00.
Replacement of grease trap in sub kitchen in Exhibition Hall at a cost of $4,500.00.

D. PUBLIC WORKS/SOLID WASTE- Tom Vlach


1.

Consider approval of Resolution Nos. 2015-120 through 2015-122 authorizing the transfer of
unobligated Public Works operating budget funds into the Special Bridge Fund Account, the
Special Road and Bridge Machinery or Equipment Fund, and the Special Highway Improvement
Fund-Commissioner Cook.

2.

Consider approval of Resolution No. 2015-123 authorizing the placement and maintenance of
stop signs on SW Urish Road at SW 41 ' 1 Street, northwest and southeast comers-Commissioner
Cook.

E. INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY- Pat Oblander


1.

Consider authorization and execution of Contract C554-2015, amendment to Contract C41 0-2009
with AT&T for several ISDN-PRJ circuits for six months at existing contract pricing.

F. CORRECTIONS- Brian Cole


1.

Consider authorization and execution of Contracts C555-2015 and C556-2015 with Sound
Products, Inc for equipment maintenance and preventative maintenance services for the
surveillance and security (access control) systems for a five year period for a combined annual
total of$24,480.00 to be paid from the Detention Budget.

2.

Consider authorization and execution of Contract C557-2015 with Sound Products, Inc. for
surveillance system software upgrades at a cost of$14,845.00.

3.

Consider authorization and execution of Contract C558-2015 with Johnson Control, Inc. for
annual maintenance of the HVAC systems controls at a cost of $12,730.00.

4.

Consider authorization and execution of Contract C559-2015 with the City ofTopeka for the
provision of two department staff members to supervise work crews for code compliance work in
the City in 2016 at a cost to the City of $200,000.00 to be deposited in to the Corrections'
FY2016 payroll budget.

G. HUMAN RESOURCES- Jim Crowl


I.

Acknowledge receipt of compensation study results report.

H. COMMISSION

V.
VI.

1.

Reflect appointment by Commissioner Archer of Jerome (Jerry) Desch to the Planning


Commission for a three year term commencing January 1, 2016.

2.

Reflect reappointment by Commissioner Buhler of Christie McKenzie and Nancy Johnson to the
Planning Commission for a three year term commencing January 1, 2016.

3.

Announcement of a vacancy for a member-at-large on the Shawnee County Fire District #I


Board-Commissioner Buhler.

ADMINISTRATIVE COMMUNICATIONS
EXECUTIVE SESSIONS

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OFFICE OF THE DISTRICT ATTORNEY
THIRD JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF KANSAS

Chadwick J. Taylor, District Attorney

MEMORANDUM
TO:

Board of County Commissioners

FROM:

Chadwick J. Taylor, District Attorney

DATE:

December 15, 2015

RE:

Request for Diversion Fund Payments

The District Attorney's Office wishes to pay the following invoices from their Diversion Fund
account:
1)

Clayton Paper & Distribution, Inc. for copy paper


a)
Invoice No. 88052 dated December 8, 2015 in the amount of$123.60

2)

Cummings, Miranda for transcript fees


a)
Invoice No. 1069 dated December 14,2015 in the amount of$35.50

3)

Ellis, Diana for transcript fees


a)
Invoice dated December 9, 201.5 in the amount of$18.00

4)

Flory, Marci for transcript fees


a)
Invoice dated December 10,2015 in the amount of$592.00

5)

Independent Stationers for office supplies


a)
Invoice No. 576168 dated December 7, 2015 in the amount of$154.45
b)
Invoice No. 576286 dated December 8, 2015 in the amount of$13.61
c)
Invoice No. 577534 dated December 11,2015 in the amount of$475.94

6)

Shepard, April for transcript fees


a)
Invoice dated December 9, 2015 in the amount of$25.50

7)

Thomson West for monthly Westlaw ClearPlus and Westlaw [Approved by the BCC on
12/22114]
a)
Invoice No. 833010474 dated December 1, 2015 in the amount of$263.29
b)
Invoice No. 833017508 dated December 1, 2015 in the amount of$2,486.97

8)

Verizon Wireless for telephone and data charges for September 2015 [Approved by the
BCC oh 10/9114- Contract #C361-2014]
a)
Invoice No. 9756477545 dated December 1, 2015 in the amount of$1,477.41
Shawnee County Courthouse
200 SE 7th Street, Suite 214 Topeka, Kansas 66603 {785) 251-4330

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9)

Westside Stamp & Awards, Inc. for stamp pads and ink
a)
Invoice No. 153434 dated December 9, 2015 in the amount of$7.50

The District Attorney's Office hereby requests placement on the consent agenda for consideration
ofthe above itemized invoices, in the total amount of$5,673.77, to be paid from the Diversion
Fund account.

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DISTRICT ATTORNEY
200 SE 7TH ST
TOPEKA KS 66603-3922

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NOV 01, 2015 - NOV 30, 2015
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Shawnee County

Register of Deeds
200 East 7th Street
Topeka, Kansas 66603-3932
COURTHOUSE ROOM 108 785-233-8200 Ext. 4020

Rebecca J. Nioce
REGISTER

To:

Board of County .c)Qmmissioners

From: Rebecca J
Re:

N~Register of Deeds

Request for Contracts with Local Title Companies

Date: December 30, 2014


Please approve renewal of contracts with three title companies who wish to rent
space and use county equipment located in the Register of Deeds office. They are
Security First Title, Heartland Title, and Lawyers Title.
This allows the companies to have convenient access to our records and set up a
work space for their business. This mutually beneficial partnership contributes to
economic growth for our community.
Thank you for your attention to this matter.

Respectfully,

Rebecca J Nioce

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SHAWNEE COUNTY CONTRACT NO. C-

-2015

AGREEMENT REGARDING ACCESS AND MAINTENANCE OF


RECORDS IN THE OFFICE OF THE REGISTER OF DEEDS

WHEREAS, Heartland Title Services of Topeka, Inc., hereinafter referred to as "Title


Company," wishes to enter into a joint agreement with the Register of Deeds Office through
the Board of County Commissioners of the County of Shawnee, Kansas, hereinafter referred
to as the "County", regarding use and access to all manner of records held and recorded by
that Office; and
WHEREAS, Title Company wishes to occupy certain space in Room 110 of the
Shawnee County Courthouse for the purpose of carrying out the Company's business which
requires the use of certain County records; and
WHEREAS, Title Company now desires to enter into a Contract regarding
agreements related to use and exchange of information, as well as use of equipment and
technology, which will mutually benefit all parties;
NOW, THEREFORE, on this _ _ _ day of _ _ _ _, 2015, the County and the
Title Company do agree as follows:
1.

The County agrees to allow Title Company to use the space currently occupied

by Title Company in Room 110 of the Shawnee County Courthouse. The Title Company's
activities in this space shall be limited to the retrieval and use of County records. Access and
use of common areas and space within the back office areas of the Register of Deeds Office
shall be at the sole discretion of the Register of Deeds and subject to such limitations, rules or
reorganization/reallocation as she/he may choose or develop from time to time.

2.

Title Company agrees to reimburse the County for the use of said space, which

shall include reasonable use of computer equipment, utilities, and limited janitorial services,
in the amount of Eight Hundred and No/1 00 Dollars ($800.00) to be paid by January 31,
2016. Remittance shall be made payable to the Shawnee County Treasurer and shall be
remitted to the Shawnee County Audit-Finance Department.
3.

The County agrees to provide such computer technology and printing facilities

as the County may deem appropriate to the Title Company and its staff in order to provide
access to any and all records maintained by the County as such access may be governed by
relevant law. In no event shall the County be required to provide any particular brand, type,
make, or model of equipment or technology, but the County shall attempt to utilize industry
standard equipment and technology as funds to provide such may be available. Furthermore,
any access to and use of the common areas within the Register of Deeds general office areas,
and the equipment located therein, shall be at the sole discretion of the Register of Deeds and
subject to such reorganization, or rules of use, as she/he may deem appropriate.
4.

Title Company agrees that it will not install any of its own equipment or

software that may interfere with the County's hardware or software utilized in the Register of
Deeds Office. In the event that Title Company desires to add any equipment, it shall seek and
receive approval from the Shawnee County Information Technology Department through a
request submitted in writing to the Register of Deeds before doing so.

Should the Title

Company fail to obtain approval and installs its own equipment or software, it shall be
responsible for any and all costs to fix any problems caused directly or indirectly by such
action and shall reimburse the County for same within thirty (30) days of the presentation of a
written invoice regarding the same.

5.

The County shall hold title to all original images, films, tapes, or other media

which may now or in the future be used to record or image any documents filed with the
Register of Deeds Office.

Title Company shall only be entitled to access such original

records or images for the purpose of creating copies for its individual use.
6.

Title Company shall be responsible for any charges assessed by the Shawnee

County for access or processing and distribution of such records or images to Title Company,
whether such distribution is to on-site or off-site office space. County reserves the right to
amend its charges at any time. County will provide notice of such proposed charge at least
thirty (30) days in advance of the change. Title Company will retain the right to terminate
this contract in that event and would have no further access to records or images.
7.

The term ofthis Contract shall be from January 1, 2016 to December 31,2016,

unless terminated earlier by either party by giving sixty (60) days written notice to the other
party. This Contract will not automatically renew and neither party is under any obligation to
negotiate any prospective renewal of same.
8.

This Contract may not be transferred or assigned by Title Company without

the express written consent of the County. This Contract shall specifically be deemed to
supersede and replace any prior existing contracts or agreements regarding the same or similar
subject matter.
9.

If this Contract is terminated by either party before December 31, 2016, the

County shall be entitled to reimbursement of any funds shown to be expended solely or


predominantly for Title Company's benefit. If the County terminates this Contract before
December 31, 2016, it shall reimburse Title Company a pro-rated amount of the rent paid by

the Title Company for any full months in which Title Company did not have the benefit of
this contract.
10.

The terms and provisions of the Shawnee County Contractual Provisions

Attachment are attached hereto and are hereby included by reference and adopted as
additional terms to this Contract.

BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS


SHAWNEE COUNTY, KANSAS

Kevin J. Cook, Chair


ATTEST:

Cynthia A. Beck, Shawnee County Clerk

HEARTLAND TITLE

5990 SW 28th Steet Suite E


Topeka, KS 66614
(785) 273-7900

Rev. 09/2013
ATTACHMENT To

6.

ACCEPTANCE OF CONTRACT. This contract shall not be considered


accepted, approved or otherwise effective until the required approvals
and certifications have been given and this is signed by the Board of
County Commissioners ofthe County of Shawnee, Kansas.

7.

ARBITRATION, DAMAGES, WARRANTIES.


Notwithstanding any
language to the contrary, no interpretation shall be allowed to find the
County has agreed to binding arbitration, or the payment of damages or
penalties upon the occurrence of a contingency. Further, the County
shall not agree to pay attorney fees and late payment charges; and no
provisions will be given effect which attempts to exclude, modify,
disclaim or otherwise attempt to limit implied warranties of
merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose.

8.

REPRESENTATIVE'S AUTHORITY To CONTRACT. By signing this


document, the representative of the contractor thereby represents that
such person is duly authorized by the contractor to execute this
document on behalf of the contractor and that the contractor agrees to be
bound by the provisions thereof.

9.

RESPONSmiLITY FOR TAXES. The County shall not be responsible for,


nor indemnify a contractor for, any federal, state or local taxes which
may be imposed or levied upon the subject matter of this contract.

10.

INSURANCE. The County shall not be required to purchase, any


insurance against loss or damage to any personal property to which this
contract relates, nor shall this contract require the County to establish a
"self-insurance" fund to protect against any such loss or damage.
Subject to the provisions of the Kansas Tort Claims Act (K.S.A. 75610 I et seq.), the vendor or lessor shall bear the risk of any loss or
damage to any personal property to which vendor or lessor holds title.

SHA~ECOUNTYCONTRACTC._______

CONTRACTUAL PROVISIONS ATTACHMENT


The undersigned parties agree that the following provisions are hereby
incorporated into the contract to which it is attached and made a part thereof,
said contract being dated the ______ day of ________________,
20_.

I.

TERMS HEREIN CONTROLLING PROVISIONS. It is expressly agreed


that the terms of each and every provision in this attachment shall
prevail and control over the terms of any other conflicting provision in
any other document relating to and a part of the contract in which this
attachment is incorporated.

AGREEMENT WITH KANSAS LAW. It is agreed by and between the


undersigned that all disputes and matters whatsoever arising under, in
connection with or incident to this contract shall be litigated, if at all, in
and before a Court located in the State of Kansas, U.S.A., to the
exclusion of the Courts of any other states or country. All contractual
agreements shall be subject to, governed by, and construed according to
the laws of the State of Kansas.

3.

4.

5.

TERMINATION
DUE
TO
LACK
OF
FUNDING
APPROPRIATION. Shawnee County is subject to the Kansas Cash
Basis Law, K.S.A. 10-IIOI et seq. If, in the judgment of the Financial
Administrator, Audit-Finance Office, sufficient funds are not
appropriated to continue the function performed in this agreement and
for the payment of the charges hereunder, County may terminate this
agreement at the end of its current fiscal year. County agrees to give
written notice of termination to contractor at least thirty (30) days prior
to the end of its current fiscal year. In the event this agreement is
terminated pursuant to this paragraph, County will pay to the contractor
all regular contractual payments incurred through the end of such fiscal
year. The termination of the contract pursuant to this paragraph shall
not cause any penalty to be charged to the County or the contractor.
DISCLAIMER OF LIABILITY. Neither the County of Shawnee nor any
department thereof shall hold harmless or indemnify any contractor for
any liability whatsoever.
ANTI-DISCRIMINATION CLAUSE. The contractor agrees: (a) to comply
with the Kansas Act Against Discrimination (K.S.A. 44-IOOI et seq.)
and the Kansas Age Discrimination in Employment Act, (K.S.A. 44I I l I et seq.) and the applicable provisions of the Americans With
Disabilities Act (42 U.S.C. I2IOI et seq.)
[ADA) and to not
discriminate against any person because of race, religion, color, sex,
disability, national origin or ancestry, or age in the admission of access
to or treatment or employment in, its programs or activities; (b) to
include in all solicitations or advertisements for employees, the phrase
"equal opportunity employer"; (c) to comply with the reporting
requirements set out in K.S.A. 44-1031 and K.S.A. 44-11I6; (d) to
include those provisions in every subcontract or purchase order so that
they are binding upon such subcontractor or vendor; (e) that a failure to
comply with the reporting requirements of (c) above or if the contractor
is found guilty of any violation of such acts by the Kansas Human
Rights Commission, such violation shall constitute a breach of contract;
(f) if the contracting agency determines that the contractor has violated
applicable provisions of ADA, that violation shall constitute a breach of
contract; (g) if (e) or (f) occurs, the contract may be cancelled,
terminated or suspended in whole or in part by the County.
Parties to this contract understand that subsections (b) through (e) of
this paragraph number 5 are not applicable to a contractor who employs
fewer than four employees or whose contract with the County totals
$5,000 or less during this fiscal year.

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BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS


SHAWNEE COUNTY, KANSAS

Kevin J. Cook, Chair

Date:
ATTEST:

Cynthia A. Beck, Shawnee County Clerk

Shawnee County

Office of County Clerk


CYNTHIA A. BECK
785-233-8200, Ext 4155
Fax 785-291-4912
Website: http://www.snco.us

l..VIe:I2.1.o:ra:nd.uYn..

DATE:

December 11,2015

TO:

BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS

FROM:

Cynthia A. Beck, Shawnee County Clerk

RE:

Soldier Township Treasurer's Bond

Please acknowledge receipt and consider approval of the following bond:

Soldier Township Treasurer's Bond


Effective January 7th, 20 16 - January 6th, 20 17
Jerry Glasgow- $30,000

Thank you for your consideration.

CAB/ced

Attachment:
twpbonds.doc/townships/db

200 SE 7th Street- Room 107


Topeka, Kansas 66603-3963

Nationwide Mutual Insurance Company

Public Official Bond

Bond Department
1100 Locust Street, Department 2006
Des Moines, IA 50391-2006

Bond No. 7900338499


KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRESENTS:
That we, Jerry Glasgow .
, as Principal, and
Nationwide Mutual Insurance Company , a corporation under the laws ofthe State of Ohio as Surety, are held and firmly
bound unto
SOLDIER TOWNSIDP
. in the sum of .
Thirty Thousand Dollars ($30.000.00)
Dollars, lawful money of the United States, to the payment of which,
well and truly to be made, we hereby bind ourselves, and each of us, om, and each of our heirs, executors,
administrators, successors, and assigns, jointly and severally, firmly by these presents.
Sealed with om seals and dated this _ _,2~l~st'--- day of_--=S~epl;!.!t~em~b~e~r__ A.D. _ _.:2~0~15~-

THE CONDITION OF THE ABOVE OBLIGATION IS, That whereas the above bounden principal has
been appointed or elected to the office of
TREA srm.ER
. for
January 7, 2016
and ending
January 6, 2017
the term beginning
NOW, THEREFORE; Ifthe said Principal shall well, truly and faithfullyperfo.rril all official duties required
by law of such official during the term aforesaid, the principal and the Surety hereby agreeing that if said bond is
required by any statute, all the provisions of such statute are hereby made a part of this bond, then this obligation.
shall be void; otherwise to remain in full force and effect.

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By_+-f-~rtJvrrn;~,;.,.,.:,...J!.,.l{d~'J/(}1~.~A=:-6-?--Resident Agent

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STATE OF
ss. OATH OF OFFICE
County of
A
I,
do solemnly swear (or affirm) that I will support, obey and defend the Constjtution of
the United States and Constitution of this State, and that I will discharge the duties of my office as
.--with fidelity; that I have not paid or contributed, or promised to pay or contribute, either dil'ect1y or
indirectly, any money or other valuable thing to procure my nomination or election or appointment, except for
necessary and proper expenses expressly authorized by law; that I have not, knowingly, violated any election law of
the State, or procured it to be done by others in my behalf; that I will not knowingly receive, directly or indirectly,
any money or other valuable thing for the perfonnance or non-pelformance of any act or duty pertaining to my
office other than the compensation allowed by law.

Subscribed and sworn to before me this _ _ day of _ _ _ _ _ __, A.D., _ _.

The within bond and the surety thereon are hereby approved this _ _ day of _ _ _ _ _ , _ _.
Board of County Commissioners
Kevin J. Cook, Chair

Shawnee County

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Office of County Clerk


CYNTHIA A. BECK
785-233-8200, Ext 4155
Fax 785-291-4912
Website: http://www.snco.us

200 SE 7th Street- Room 107


Topeka, Kansas 66603-3963

RESOLUTION NO. at> \5 -l 11BE IT RESOLVED BY THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF SHAWNEE COUNTY, KANSAS
sitting in regular session this _ _ _ day of _ _ _ _ _ _, 2015, that the Shawnee County
Clerk be authorized.and directed to cancel the following check(s):
NAME OF VENDOR
Vision Center

FUND
10PW126

CHECK
40043104

AMOUNT ISSUED REASON


$199.50 3/25/15 Never Rec'd Check

Also authorize the re-issuance of said check(s) as follows:


NAME OF VENDOR
Vision Center

AMOUNT
$199.50

BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS


SHAWNEE COUNTY, KANSAS

Kevin J. Cook, Chair

Michele A. Buhler, Vice Chair

Robert E. Archer, Member


ATTEST:

Cynthia A. Beck, County Clerk

AFFIDAVIT FOR STOP PAYMENT ON LOST WARRANT


KS.A. 10-706

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(address)

Topeka

, Kansas

(city)

_ _t_h_e_.y_ _ _.resides;

that

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at

, and is the owner and titled

66611

(state)

to the possession of a certain warrant issued by the County of Shawnee, State of Kansas, through the
County

Clerk

of

said

County,

March 25

dated

20__!2_,

and

numbered

in the amount of $__;,:1..::....9.::....9.:..::.5;_:0~------' and payable from the

40043104

---'l_O_P_W_l_2_6_ _ _fund, n u m b e r e d - - - - - - - - - of said County, which warrant


(no. of fund)
was issued to The Vision
on the
25th
Center
County Clerk in payment for Account #SD$2690118

AFFIANT further states that on or about the 27th

day of

..:.:M:::::a~r.:::.:ch::___ _,

day of August

20 _lL, by said

, 20..!2__, said warrant

was lost, destroyed or stolen in the following manner:


Never received check

have
.
2fii& not disposed of sru.d warrant to any other person or
persons, nor given any person or persons, any transfer, power of attorney, order or other authority of any
kind or nature to transfer, or dispose of the said warrant; and further states that he makes this statement
of the above facts, for the purpose of inducing the said County Clerk to issue to this affiant a
lacement
warrant in place of the said warrant described and num
as above.

AFFIANT further states that they

STATE OF KANSAS

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COU!'-i'TY OF SHA ~E )
Subscribed and sworn to before me this

a
20}

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Commission Expires on the


)_ dayof
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Please complete this form and mail to:


Cynthia A. Beck, SHAWNEE COUNTY CLERK
SHAWNEE COUNTY COURTHOUSE, RM. 107
Topeka, KS 66603

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Shawnee County

Office of County Clerk


CYNTHIA A. BECK
785-233-8200, Ext 4155
Fax 785-291-4912
Website: http://www.snco.us

200 SE 7th Street - Room 107


Topeka, Kansas 66603-3963

RESOLUTION NO~o IS -J;gBE IT RESOLVED BY THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF SHAWNEE COUNTY, KANSAS
sitting in regular session this _ _ _ day of _ _ _ _ _ _, 2015, that the Shawnee County
Clerk be authorized .and directed to cancel the following check(s):
NAME OF VENDOR
Copy Shoppe

CHECK
40049960

AMOUNT ISSUED REASON


$175.17 7/29/15 Never Rec'd Check

Also authorize the re-issuance of said check(s) as follows:


NAME OF VENDOR
Copy Shoppe

AMOUNT
$175.17

BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS


SHAWNEE COUNTY, KANSAS

Kevin J. Cook, Chair

Michele A. Buhler, Vice Chair

Robert E. Archer, Member


ATTEST:

Cynthia A. Beck, County Clerk

AFFIDAVIT FOR STOP PAYlYii1;.;.1\{1 ON LOST


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that

Topeka

, Kansas

(city)

(state)

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at

, and is the owner and titled


66607

to the possession of a certain warnmt issued by the County of Shawnee, State of Kansas, through the

County

Clerk

of

County,

said

dated

July 29

20____1L_,

and

numbered

_4.:....::0"""0'-'4--9"'-96:...:0::.___ _ _ in the amount of $--=1;..:...7.:::..5..:.....1:::..;7'---------' and payable from the


-=25""S'""W'-=3'-'=1""'l_____fund, numbered

of said County, which warrant

(no. of fund)
was issued to Copy Shoppe
County Clerk in payment for

AFFTA.NT furfher

on the -=2.:::...9t=b"---_ _day of

July

' 20J.L, by said

invoice #19346 (envelopes & black ink).

stat~

that on or about the

17th day of Septembe; 20_J1__, said warrant

was lost, destroyed or stolen in the following manner:

Never received check

AFFIAi\iT further sanes that they


~enot disposed of said warrant to any other person or
persons, nor given any person or persons, any transfer, power of attorney, order or other authority of any
kind or nature to transfer, or dispose of tbe said warrant; and further states thai he makes this statement
of the above facts, for the purpose of inducing the said County le--,.k to e to this a:ffi. t a r lacement
warrant in place of the said warrant described and number as '

STATE OF KA.t'l"SAS

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COuNTY OF SHAWi'lEE )
Subscn"bed and sworn to before me this
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--~~------------20 Is= .

My Commission Expires on tbe

09

day of fi())

, 20__l!L.

Please complete this form and mail to:


Cynthia A. Beck, SHAWJ'.lEE CO~T:{ CLERK
SR4.. 'iiVNEE COUN'"TY CO(JRTHOUSE, Rlvf. 107
Topeka, KS 66603

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CYNTHIA A. BECK
785-233-8200, Ext 4155
Fax 785-291-4912
Website: http://www .snco.us

200 SE 7th Street - Room 107


Topeka, Kansas 66603-3963

RESOLUTION NO. ~1
BE IT RESOLVED BY THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF SHAWNEE COUNTY, KANSAS
sitting in regular session this _ _ _ day of _ _ _ _ _ _, 2015, that the Shawnee County
Clerk be authorized and directed to cancel the following check(s):
NAME OF VENDOR
The Vision Center
A&A Auto and Truck Parts

State of Kansas
State of Kansas

FUND
10PW126
10PR123
11LH200
11LH200

CHECK
40042009
40047330
40052573
40052574

AMOUNT
$200.00
$ 25.00
$553.00
$553.00

ISSUED
3/11/15
6/05/15
9/09/15
9/09/15

REASON
Duplicate Payment
Check not needed
Dept Request
Dept Request

BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS


SHAWNEE COUNTY, KANSAS

Kevin J. Cook, Chair

Michele A. Buhler, Vice Chair

Robert E. Archer, Member

ATTEST:

Cynthia A. Beck, County Clerk

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St

C.Cuntry:

Last Upllate Dat

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36-1901/1012

UMB.

Shawnee County
Topeka, Kansas

(785) 233-a200 exl 4159

PAY TWENTY FIVE Dollars and ZERO


TO THE
ORDER
OF

A&A AUTO AND TRUCK PARTS


1440 SE JEFFERSON
TOPEKA, KS 66607

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36-1901/1012

UMB.

Shawnee County
Topeka, Kansas

(785) 233-a200 exl 4159

09/09/15

PAY

FIVE Hundred FIFTY THREE Dollars and ZERO

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TO THE
ORDER
OF

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STATE OF KANSAS
MEDICAID

PO BOX 2428
TOPEKA, KS 66601-2428

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VO 'D IF NOT CASHED WITHIN 180 DAYS

(785) 233-a200 ext.. 4159

09/09/15

PAY

FIVE Hundred FIFTY THREE Dollars_ and

TO THE
ORDER
OF

ST.Z\TE OF KANSAS
MEDICAID

PO BOX 2428
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December 15, 2015


TO:

FROM:

RE:

Board of Commissioners
Shawnee County
.. /.,.. ~
John E. Knight, DireftJ:f ~
Parks + Recreation(/'Service Partners
Recreation Division

Board of County Commissioners approval is requested for the attached two (2) Independent
Contractor Agreements for Services. Contracts are a valuable tool used by Parks + Recreation to
provide compensation to individuals and/or partners who desire to share their service, skills and talent
with the public as independent contractors.
One of the recommendations of the Master Plan is to develop and review partnerships. The Master
Plan suggested the following approach to organizing the department's partnership pursuits. The
department is now using the following five (5) areas of focus to organize existing and future
partnerships.
Operational Partners: Other entities and organizations that can suppmi the effmis of Shawnee
County Parks + Recreation to maintain facilities and assets, promote amenities and park usage,
support site needs, provide programs and events, and/or maintain the integrity of natural/cultural
resources through in-kind labor, equipment, or materials.
Vendor Partners: Service providers and/or contractors that can gain brand association and
notoriety as a preferred vendor or supporter of Shawnee County Parks + Recreation in exchange for
reduced rates, services, or some other agreed upon benefit.
Service Partners: Are nonprofit organizations and/or friends groups that support the efforts of the
department to provide programs and events, and/or serve specific constituents in the commtmity
collaboratively.
Co-Branding Partners: Are private for-profit organizations that can gain brand association and
notoriety as a supporter of Shawnee County Parks and Recreation in exchange for sponsorship or cobranded programs, events, marketing and promotional can1paigns, and/or advertising opportunities.
Resource Development Partner: A private, nonprofit organization with the primary purpose to
leverage private sector resources, grants, other public funding opportunities, and resources from
individuals and groups within the community to support the goals and objectives of the department on
mutually agreed strategic initiatives.

parks.snco.us
Shawnee

unt Rar s fi

e reatio 3132: SE 291 Street To e

S 66605 785 2512600

The following contracts are examples of Service and Operational Partnerships that help the
department meet the Community Vision for programs and events.

Topeka Civic Theatre & Academy, provide theatre classes for a fee of $20 per participant.
Nicole Jarboe-Paxson, instruct all levels of belly dance for a fee of$30 per hour of instruction.

The community's vision for programming is "to reach out to people of all ages too encourage them
to experience parks and recreation facilities through well designed programs that create a lifetime of
memories". To meet this vision, a goal was established to "continue existing core programs of;
preschool-age programs, athletics for youth and adults, youth and adult life skill programs, camps,
wellness and fitness programs, senior programs, aquatic programs, and special events and include
new core programs in outdoor adventure, adaptive recreation and senior services".
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Attachment( s)

parks.snco.us
Shawnee County Parks + Recreation 3137 SE 29th Street Topeka, KS 66605 (785) 251-2600

SHAWNEE COUNTY CONTRACT NO. C

!:PL:> -2015

INDEPENDENT CONTRACTOR AGREEMENT FOR SERVICES


THIS AGREEMENT is between THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF THE
COUNTY OF SHAWNEE, KANSAS (County) and Nicole Jarboe-Paxson (Contractor).

1.

SERVICES TO BE PERFORMED

Contractor agrees to perform the following services for County:


Instruct All Levels of Belly Dance for Shawnee County Parks and Recreation
This Agreement shall commence on January, _2_ 2016_, and shall end on
December_ _, 31_, 2016_, unless this Agreement is terminated sooner or extended in

accordance with its terms.

2.
PAYMENT
In consideration of the services to be performed by Contractor, County agrees to pay
Contractor as follows:
Task

Duties

Compensation

Instruct all levels of Belly


Dance

Instructor will provide her own music and


supplies and we will provided stereo to play
music

$30.00 Per hour of


instruction

Contractor shall be responsible for all expenses incurred while performing services under
this Agreement. This includes equipment; supplies; telephone expenses; automobile and
other travel expenses; meals and entertainment; insilrance premiums; and all salary,
expenses and other compensation paid to Contractor's employees or contract personnel
Contractor hires to complete the work under this Agreement.

3.

INDEPENDENT CONTRACTOR STATUS AND CERTIFICATION

Contractor is an independent Contractor, not a County employee. Contractor's employees


or contract personnel are not County employees. Contractor and County agree to the
following rights consistent with an independent Contractor relationship:
a. Contractor has the right to perform services for others during the term of this
Agreement.
b. Contractor has the sole right to control and direct the means, manner and
method by which the services required by this Agreement will be performed.

c. Contractor shall not be assigned a work location on County premises, and


Contractor has the right to perform the services required by this Agreement at
any place, location or time.
d. Contractor will furnish all equipment and materials used to provide the services
required by this Agreement.
e. Contractor has the right to hire assistants as subcontractors, or to use
Contractor's employees to provide the services required by this Agreement.
f.

Contractor or Contractor's employees or contract personnel shall perform the


services required by this Agreement and Contractor agrees to the faithful
performance and delivery of described services in accordance with the time
frames contained herein; County shall not hire, supervise or pay any assistants
to help Contractor.

g. Neither Contractor nor Contractor's employees or contract personnel shall


receive any training from County in the skills necessary to perform the services
required by this Agreement.
h. County shall not require Contractor or Contractor's employees or contact
personnel to devote full time to performing the services required by this
Agreement.
Further, Contractor hereby certifies:
1.

That Contractor is not an employee of County and thereby Contractor waives


any and all claims to benefits otherwise provided to employees of the County,
including, but not limited to: medical, dental, or other personal insurance,
retirement benefits, unemployment benefits, and liability or worker's
compensation insurance.

J.

Contractor must provide Federal Tax or Social Security Number on required


Form W-9.

k. That Contractor understands that he/she is solely responsible, individually for


all taxes and social security payments applicable to money received for services
herein provided. Contractor understands that an IRS Form 1099 will be filed by
the County for all payments received.

4.

INDEMNIFICATION AND HOLD HARMLESS

Contractor shall save, hold harmless, and indemnify County, its officers, agents and
employees, from and against all claims, causes of action, liabilities, expenses and costs,
including reasonable attorneys' fees, for injury of any person or damage to property arising
out of, or connected with, work performed under this Agreement which is the result of any
acts or omissions, whether negligent or otherwise, of Contractor, its officers, agents,
subcontractors or employees.

5.

INSURANCE

The County shall not be required to purchase, any insurance against loss or drunage to any
personal property to which this contract relates, nor shall this contract require the County to
establish a "self-insurance" fund to protect against any such loss or drunage. Subject to the
provisions of the Kansas Tort Claims Act (K.S.A. 75-6101 et seq.), the Contractor shall
bear the risk of any loss or drunage to any personal property to which Contractor holds title.

6.

OWNERSHIP OF PRODUCTS/DOCUMENTS

Contractor hereby assigns to County all rights to all products, reports, documents,
photographs, videos, data, and drawings produced by Contractor as a result of its services
to County during the term of this Agreement.

7.

TERMINATION DUE TO LACK OF FUNDING APPROPRIATION.

Shawnee County is subject to the Kansas Cash Basis Law, K.S.A. 10-1101 et seq. If, in the
judgment of the Financial Administrator, Audit-Finance. Office, sufficient funds are not
appropriated to continue the function performed in this agreement and for the payment of
the charges hereunder, County may terminate this agreement at the end of its current fiscal
year. County agrees to give written notice of termination to Contractor at least thirty (30)
days prior to the end of its current fiscal year. Contractor shall have the right, at the end of
such fiscal year, to take possession of any of Contractor's equipment, leased or otherwise,
provided to County under the contract. Coun,ty will pay to the Contractor all regular
contractual payments incurred through the end of such fiscal year, plus contractual charges
incidental to the return of any such equipment. Upon termination of the agreement by
County, title to and possession of any equipment purchased by the County under the
contract, but not fully paid for, shall revert to Contractor at the end of County's current
fiscal year. The termination of the contract pursuant to this paragraph shall not cause any
penalty to be charged to the County or the Contractor.

8.

ANTI-DISCRIMINATION CLAUSE.

The Contractor agrees: (a) to comply with the Kansas Act Against Discrimination (K.S.A.
44-1001 et seq.) and the Kansas Age Discrimination in Employment Act, (K.S.A. 44-1111
et seq.) and the applicable provisions of the Americans With Disabilities Act (42 U.S.C.
12101 et seq.) [ADA] and to not discriminate against any person because of race, religion,
color, sex, disability, national origin or ancestry, or age in the admission of access to or
treatment or employment in, its progrruns or activities; (b) to include in all solicitations or
advertisements for employees, the phrase "equal opportunity employer"; (c) to comply with
the reporting requirements set out in K.S.A. 44 1031 and K.S.A. 44-1116; (d) to include
those provisions in every subcontract or purchase order so that they are binding upon such
subcontractor or vendor; (e) that a failure to comply with the reporting requirements of (c)
above or if the Contractor is found guilty of any violation of such acts by the Kansas
Human Rights Commission, such violation shall constitute a breach of contract; (f) if the
contracting agency determines that the Contractor has violated applicable provisions of
ADA, that violation shall constitute a: breach of contract; (g) if (e) or (f) occurs, the contract
may be cancelled, terminated or suspended in whole or in part by the County. Parties to this
contract understand that subsections (b) through (e) of this paragraph number 5 are not

applicable to a Contractor who employs fewer than four employees or whose contract with
the County totals $5,000 or less during this fiscal year.

9.

ACCEPTANCE OF CONTRACT.

This contract shall not be considered accepted, approved or otherwise effective until the
required approvals and certifications have been given and this is signed by the Board of
County Commissioners of the County of Shawnee, Kansas.

10. ARBITRATION, DAMAGES, WARRANTIES.


Notwithstanding any language to the contrary, no interpretation shall be allowed to. find the
County has agreed to binding arbitration, or the payment of damages or penalties upon the
occurrence of a contingency. Further, the County shall not agree to pay attorney fees and
late payment charges; and no provisions will be given effect which attempts to exclude,
modify, disclaim or otherwise attempt to limit implied warranties of merchantability and
fitness for a particular purpose.
11. REPRESENTATIVE'S AUTHORITY TO CONTRACT.
By signing this document, the representative of the Contractor thereby represents that such
person is duly authorized by the Contractor to execute this document on behalf of the
Contractor and that the Contractor agrees to be bound by the provisions thereof.

12. TERMINATION OF AGREEMENT


This Agreement may be terminated by either party by giving the other party written notice
of the intent to terminate. The notice must specify a date upon which the termination will
be effective, which date may not be less than 7 calendar days from the date of mailing the
notice. Only services satisfactorily performed up to the date of receipt of notice shall be
compensated by County and such compensation shall be pursuant to the terms of this
Agreement. Notice shall be deemed received 3 days after mailing in the United States
mail, using first class mail, postage prepaid.

13.

MISCELLANEOUS PROVISIONS
a. This Agreement shall be entered into in Shawnee County, Kansas, and shall be
construed and interpreted according to the law ofthe State of Kansas.
b. All notices and other communications in connection with this Agreement shall
be in writing and shall be considered given 3 days after mailing in the United
States mail, using first class mail, postage prepaid, to the recipient's address as
stated in this Agreement.
c. Contractor shall comply with all federal, state and local laws requiring business
permits, certificates and licenses required to carry out the services to be
performed under this Agreement.

d. Contractor may not assign any rights or obligations under this Agreement
without County's prior written approval.
e. This Agreement constitutes the entire agreement between the parties and may
only be modified or extended by a written amendment signed by the parties
hereto.
f.

The invalidity, illegality, or unenforceability of any provision of this Agreement


or the occurrence of any event rendering any portion or provision of this
Agreement void shall in no way affect the validity or enforceability of any other
portion or provision of this Agreement. Any void provision shall be deemed
severed from this Agreement, and the balance of this Agreement shall be
construed and enforced as if this Agreement did not contain the particular
portion or provision held to be void.

g. Nothing in this Agreement shall be construed to give any rights or benefits to


anyone other than County and Contractor.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, County and Contractor have executed this Agreement.
COUNTY
BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
SHAWNEE COUNTY, KANSAS

_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _,Chair
Date: - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - ATTEST:

Cynthia A. Beck, Shawnee County Clerk

Printed Name: Nicole Jarboe-Paxson


Address: 2031 SW Bowman Ct Topeka, Kansas
66604
Date:

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SHAWNEE COUNTY CONTRACT NO. C ,a.~ \ -2015


INDEPENDENT CONTRACTOR AGREEMENT FOR SERVICES
THIS AGREEMENT is between THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF THE
COUNTY OF SHAWNEE, KANSAS (County) and Topeka Civic Theatre & Academy
(Contractor).

1.

SERVICES TO BE PERFORMED

Contractor agrees to perform the following services for County:


Parks
County
Provide
theatre
classes
for
Shawnee
+
Recreation~-------------------------------------------------------

This Agreement shall commence on January 1, 2016, and shall end on December 31, 2016,
unless this Agreement is terminated sooner or extended in accordance with its terms.

2.

PAYMENT

In consideration of the services to be performed by Contractor, County agrees to pay


Contractor as follows:

Task

Duties

Compensation

Provide Theatre
Classes

Teach theatre warm-up games and acting


exercises, provide scripts, set pieces and
props. Provide hands-on opportunities for
students with sets, props, and costumes.
Provide costume pieces and technical support.

$20 per
participant

Contractor shall be responsible for all expenses incurred while performing services under
this Agreement. This includes equipment; supplies; telephone expenses; automobile and
other travel expenses; meals and entertainment; insurance premiums; and all salary,
expenses and other compensation paid to Contractor's employees or contract personnel
Contractor hires to complete the work under this Agreement.

3.

INDEPENDENT CONTRACTOR STATUS AND CERTIFICATION

Contractor is an independent Contractor, not a County employee. Contractor's employees


or contract personnel are not County employees. Contractor and County agree to the
following rights consistent with an independent Contractor relationship:

a. Contractor has the right to perform services for others during the term of this
Agreement.
b. Contractor has the sole right to control and direct the means, manner and
method by which the services required by this Agreement will be performed.
c. Contractor shall not be assigned a work location on County premises, and
Contractor has the right to perform the services required by this Agreement at
any place, location or time.
d. Contractor will furnish all equipment and materials used to provide the services
required by this Agreement.
e. Contractor has the right to hire assistants as subcontractors, or to use
Contractor's employees to provide the services required by this Agreement.
f.

Contractor or Contractor's employees or contract personnel shall perform the


services required by this Agreement and Contractor agrees to the faithful
performance and delivery of described services in accordance with the time
frames contained herein; County shall not hire, supervise or pay any assistants
to help Contractor.

g. Neither Contractor nor Contractor's employees or contract personnel shall


receive any training from County in the skills necessary to perform the services
required by this Agreement.
h. County shall not require Contractor or Contractor's employees or contact
personnel to devote full time to performing the services required by this
Agreement.
Further, Contractor hereby certifies:
i.

That Contractor is not an employee of County and thereby Contractor waives


any and all claims to benefits otherwise provided to employees of the County,
including, but not limited to: medical, dental, or other personal insurance,
retirement benefits, unemployment benefits, and liability or worker's
compensation insurance.

j.

Contractor must provide Federal Tax or Social Security Number on required


Form W-9.

k. That Contractor understands that he/she is solely responsible, individually for


all taxes and social security payments applicable to money received for services
herein provided. Contractor understands that an IRS Form 1099 will be filed by
the County for all payments received.
4.

INDEMNIFICATION AND HOLD HARMLESS

Contractor shall save, hold harmless, and indemnify County, its officers, agents and
employees, from and against all claims, causes of action, liabilities, expenses and costs,
including reasonable attorneys' fees, for injury of any person or damage to property arising
out of, or connected with, work performed under this Agreement which is the result of any

acts or omtsstons, whether negligent or otherwise, of Contractor, its officers, agents,


subcontractors or employees.

5.

INSURANCE

The County shall not be required to purchase, any insurance against loss or damage to any
personal property to which this contract relates, nor shall this contract require the County to
establish a "self-insurance" fund to protect against any such loss or damage. Subject to the
provisions of the Kansas Tort Claims Act (K.S.A. 75-6101 et seq.), the Contractor shall
bear the risk of any loss or damage to any personal property to which Contractor holds title.

6.

OWNERSHIP OF PRODUCTSffiOCUMENTS

Contractor hereby assigns to County all rights to all products, reports, documents,
photographs, videos, data, and drawings produced by Contractor as a result of its services
to County during the term of this Agreement.

7.

TERMINATION DUE TO LACK OF FUNDING APPROPRIATION.

Shawnee County is subject to the Kansas Cash Basis Law, K.S.A. 10-1101 et seq. If, in the
judgment of the Financial Administrator, Audit-Finance Office, sufficient funds are not
appropriated to continue the function performed in this agreement and for the payment of
the charges hereunder, County may terminate this agreement at the end of its current fiscal
year. County agrees to give written notice of termination to Contractor at least thirty (30)
days prior to the end of its current fiscal year. Contractor shall have the right, at the end of
such fiscal year, to take possession of any of Contractor's equipment, leased or otherwise,
provided to County under the contract. County will pay to the Contractor all regular
contractual payments incurred through the end of such fiscal year, plus contractual charges
incidental to the return of any such equipment. Upon termination of the agreement by
County, title to and possession of any equipment purchased by the County under the
contract, but not fully paid for, shall revert to Contractor at the end of County's current
fiscal year. The termination of the contract pursuant to this paragraph shall not cause any
penalty to be charged to the County or the Contractor.

8.

ANTI-DISCRIMINATION CLAUSE.

The Contractor agrees: (a) to comply with the Kansas Act Against Discrimination (K.S.A.
44-1001 et seq.) and the Kansas Age Discrimination in Employment Act, (K.S.A. 44-1111
et seq.) and the applicable provisions of the Americans With Disabilities Act (42 U.S.C.
12101 et seq.) [ADA] and to not discriminate against any person because of race, religion,
color, sex, disability, national origin or ancestry, or age in the admission of access to or
treatment or employment in, its programs or activities; (b) to include in all solicitations or
advertisements for employees, the phrase "equal opportunity employer"; (c) to comply with
the reporting requirements set out in K.S.A. 44 1031 and K.S.A. 44-1116; (d) to include
those provisions in every subcontract or purchase order so that they are binding upon such
subcontractor or vendor; (e) that a failure to comply with the reporting requirements of (c)
above or if the Contractor is found guilty of any violation of such acts by the Kansas

Human Rights Commission, such violation shall constitute a breach of contract; (f) if the
contracting agency determines that the Contractor has violated applicable provisions of
ADA, that violation shall constitute a breach of contract; (g) if (e) or (f) occurs, the contract
may be cancelled, terminated or suspended in whole or in part by the County. Parties to this
contract understand that subsections (b) through (e) of this paragraph number 5 are not
applicable to a Contractor who employs fewer than four employees or whose contract with
the County totals $5,000 or less during this fiscal year.
9.

ACCEPTANCEOFCONTRACT.

This contract shall not be considered accepted, approved or otherwise effective until the
required approvals and certifications have been given and this is signed by the Board of
County Commissioners of the County of Shawnee, Kansas.
10. ARBITRATION, DAMAGES, WARRANTIES.
Notwithstanding any language to the contrary, no interpretation shall be allowed to find the
County has agreed to binding arbitration, or the payment of damages or penalties upon the
occurrence of a contingency. Further, the County shall not agree to pay attorney fees and
late payment charges; and no provisions will be given effect which attempts to exclude,
modify, disclaim or otherwise attempt to limit implied warranties of merchantability and
fitness for a particular purpose.
11. REPRESENTATIVE'S AUTHORITY TO CONTRACT.

By signing this document, the representative of the Contractor thereby represents that such
person is duly authorized by the Contractor to execute this document on behalf of the
Contractor and that the Contractor agrees to be bound by the provisions thereof.
12. TERMINATION OF AGREEMENT
This Agreement may be terminated by either party by giving the other party written notice
of the intent to terminate. The notice must specify a date upon which the termination will
be effective, which date may not be less than 7 calendar days from the date of mailing the
notice. Only services satisfactorily performed up to the date of receipt of notice shall be
compensated by County and such compensation shall be pursuant to the terms of this
Agreement. Notice shall be deemed received 3 days after mailing in the United States
mail, using first class mail, postage prepaid.
13.

MISCELLANEOUS PROVISIONS

a. This Agreement shall be entered into in Shawnee County, Kansas, and shall be
construed and interpreted according to the law of the State of Kansas.
b. All notices and other communications in connection with this Agreement shall
be in writing and shall be considered given 3 days after mailing in the United
States mail, using first class mail, postage prepaid, to the recipient's address as
stated in this Agreement.

c. Contractor shall comply with all federal, state and local laws requiring business
permits, certificates and licenses required to carry out the services to be
performed under this Agreement.
d. Contractor may not assign any rights or obligations under this Agreement
without County's prior written approval.
e. This Agreement constitutes the entire agreement between the parties and may
only be modified or extended by a written amendment signed by the parties
hereto.

The invalidity, illegality, or unenforceability of any provision of this Agreement


or the occurrence of any event rendering any portion or provision of this
Agreement void shall in no way affect the validity or enforceability of any other
portion or provision of this Agreement. Any void provision shall be deemed
severed from this Agreement, and the balance of this Agreement shall be
construed and enforced as if this Agreement did not contain the particular
portion or provision held to be void.

g. Nothing in this Agreement shall be construed to give any rights or benefits to


anyone other than County and Contractor.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, County and Contractor have executed this Agreement.
COUNTY
BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
SHAWNEE COUNTY, KANSAS

-------------------, Chair

ATTEST:
Cynthia A. Beck, Shawnee County Clerk
CONTRACTOR

Address 3028 SW 8th Ave, Topeka, KS 66606


Date: - 16)- I- I\"

Shawnee County

Sheriff's Office
Sheriff Herman T. Jones
Law Enforcement Center
320 S. KANSAS, SUITE 200
TOPEKA, KANSAS 66603-3641
785-368-2200

MEMORANDUM
December 15, 2015
To:

Shawnee County Commission

From:

Sheriff Herman T. Jones

Re:

COX Services Agreement

We have signed a Commercial Services Agreement with COX Business to


provide Business TV essential service for the Shawnee County Sheriffs Office.
The cost is $2,448.00 for 2016 and $2,877.84 2017 and 2018.

Please place this on your consent agenda for December 21, 2015.
If you have any questions please let me know.
Sincerely,

d.~.,
Herman T. Jon
Sheriff

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c.ox

Commercial Services Agreement


12/16/2015

Business

Cox Account Rep:

Jason Sullivan

Cox System Address:

Phone Number:
Fax Number:

3162607321

901 George Washington


WICHITA, KS 67211

Legal Company Name:


Street Address:

LAW ENFORCEMENT CENTER


320 S KANSAS AVE #200

Full Name:
Billing Telephone:

City/State/Zip:

TOPEKA, Kansas 66603

Fax:

Billing Address:

785-806-1600

Contact Number:
Email Address:

City/State/Zip:
Cox Account #:

BRIAN WEIS
785 251-2200

580-04 79818-01

Service Description

Prev
QTY

New
QTY

Unit
Price

Term
(Months)

Monthly Recurring

Service Charges

$0.00

Cox Business TV Starter (Primary Outlet)

$0.00

M-M

Business TV Essential Service (Primary Outlet)

1
2

$0.00

M-M

$0.00

17

$4.00

36

$68.00

Cox Business TV Starter (Additional Outlets)


Business TV Essential Service (Additional Outlets)

17

$8.00

$0.00

- Digital Adapter

18
18

36
M-M

$136.00

- Cox Business Video Faith & Values Pak

$1.99

M-M

$35.82

One Time Activation &.


Setup Fees

$0.00

- Business TV Receiver Install

18

$0.00

$0.00

All Digital Account

$0.00

Current Essential Acct Outlets-Free DTAs for 12mos

$0.00
$0.00

ITotals:

$0.00

Descr1pt1on

$0.00

$239.82

-.

Quantity

Total Fee

Un1t Pr1ce

I;or
Dedicated Service Facilities (e.g. Private Une Type Services, Ethernet Services). By initialing here and signing below,
Customer represents that at least 10% of the traffic on the designated circuit(s) is Inter-State in nature or is Internet traffic.

No

I
-The Digital Adapters noted on this agreement will be provided at no charge for 12 months. After the promotional offer expires the monthly lease fee of $1.99 per Digital
Adapter will apply.
By signing this Agreement, you represent that you are the authorized Customer representative and the information above is true and correct. This Agreement binds Customer to
the terms and conditions attached to this Agreement (the "Service Terms") and any other terms and conditions applicable to the Services set forth above, including without
limitation, the Cox tariffs, Service Guides, State and Federal regulations, the General Terms located at http://ww2.cox.com/aboutus/policies/business-general-terms.cox, and
the Cox Acceptable Use Policy (the "AUP"). Customer acknowledges receipt and acceptance of the Service Terms, the AUP and the General Terms by signing this Agreement.
Customer acknowledges and accepts that Customer is solely responsible for protecting its network, equipment and the software through the use of firewalls, anti-virus and other
security devices. Customer further acknowledges and accepts that Customer is solely responsible for fraudulent activity and related charges that result from Customer's failure
to protect its network, equipment and the software. This Agreement is subject to credit approval and Customer authorizes Cox to check credit. The prices above do not include
applicable taxes, fees, assessments or surcharges which are additional and may change. This proposal is valid provided Customer signs and delivers this Agreement to Cox
unchanged within thirty (30) days from the date above. In addition to any other termination rights in this Agreement, Cox may terminate this Agreement without liability at any
time prior to installation of Services or if Cox determines that Customer's location is not reasonably serviceable according to Cox's standard practices. If Customer terminates or
decreases any Service that is part of a bundle offering, the remaining Service(s) shall be subject to price increases for the remaining Term. Each party may use electronic
signature to sign this Agreement, provided the electronic signature method used by Customer is acceptable to Cox. "Acceptance" of the Agreement by Cox shall occur upon the
earlier of (i) Cox's countersignature of this Agreement or (ii) Cox's installation of Service at Customer's location. If Customer cancels this Agreement prior to installation o
Service by Cox, Customer shall be liable for Cox's costs incurred. If Cox Equipment is not returned to Cox after disconnection of Services, Customer shall be liable for the Cox
Equipment costs. I acknowledge that I have read and understand the 911 disclosures in Section 2 of the Service Terms. To review Cox's Internet Service Disclosures, please
visit www.cox.com/internetdlsclosures.
Customer Authorized Signature
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This "Agreement" includes the terms and conditions (i) on the previous page
or, if in the E:ox Business e-commerce environment, as selected above (the
"Cover Page"); (ii) on this page, including without limitation all policies and
terms ,incorporated into this page (the "Service Terms"); and (iii) set forth
at htto://ww2.cox.com/aboutus/policies/business-general-terms.cox (the
"General Terms").
1. Tariffs/Service Guide If Customer is purchasing any Service that is
regulated by the FCC or any State regulatory body ("Regulated Service"),
then Customer's use of such Regulated Service is subject to the regulations
of the FCC and the regulatory body of the State in which the Customer
location receiving the Regulated Service is located (which regulations are
subject to change), as well as the rates, terms, and conditions contained in
tariffs on file with State and Federal regulatory authorities. For States
where the Regulated Service is de-tariffed, the Regulated Service is
provided pursuant to the rates, terms and conditions for the Cox Service
Guide for that State (the "SG"), which may be found at
http://ww2.cox.com/busjness/voice/regulatorv.cox and which terms are
incorporated herein by reference. Cox may amend such tariffs and the SG
and the Regulated Service shall be subject to such tariffs, or, if applicable,
the SG, as amended. Customer must disclose to Cox if Customer intends to
use the Regulated Services with payphone service. The tariffs and the SG
contain cancellation or termination fees due in the event of cancellation or
termination (including partial termination) of a Regulated Service prior to
the Term selected on the Cover Page. Termination fees include, but are not
limited to, nonrecurring charges, charges paid to third parties on behalf of
Customer, and the monthly recurring charges for the balance of the Term.
2.
E911 Services FOR IMPORTANT INFORMATION ABOUT COX'S 911
PRACTICES, PLEASE REVIEW THE INFORMATION ABOUT E911 SERVICE IN
THE
GENERAL
TERMS
AND
ON
THE
WEBSITE
http://ww2.cox.com/business/voice/regulatorv.cox. ONLY THE EMTA WILL
HAVE BATTERY BACKUP PROVIDED BY COX. CUSTOMER IS RESPONSIBLE
FOR BATTERY BACKUP FOR THE lAD, ESBC, ATA AND ALL CUSTOMER
EQUIPMENT.
IN THE EVENT OF A POWER OUTAGE, CUSTOMER'S
TELEPHONE SERVICE USING AN EMTA WILL CONTINUE TO OPERATE AS
USUAL FOR UP TO EIGHT HOURS WITH THE BACKUP BATTERY PROVIDED
BY COX. THE DURATION OF SERVICE DURING A POWER OUTAGE USING AN
lAD, ATA, AND ESBC WILL DEPEND ON CUSTOMER'S BATTERY BACKUP
CHOICE.
IF THE EMTA, ATA, ESBC OR lAD THAT SUPPLIES YOUR
TELEPHONE SERVICE IS DISCONNECTED OR REMOVED AND/OR THE
BATTERY IS NOT CHARGED OR IS DAMAGED, SERVICE, INCLUDING
ACCESS TO 911 OR E911, WILL NOT BE AVAILABLE. COX SHALL NOT BE
RESPONSIBLE OR LIABLE FOR ANY FAILURE TO RECEIVE SERVICE OR FOR
THE FAILURE OF ANY 911 OR E911 CALL IF CUSTOMER REMOVES OR
DISCONNECTS THE EMTA, ATA, ESBC OR lAD OR IF CUSTOMER FAILS TO
CHARGE THE BATTERY FOR SAID DEVICES AT ANY TIME DURING THE TERM
OF THIS AGREEMENT. COX USES YOUR TELEPHONE SERVICE ADDRESS TO
IDENTIFY YOUR LOCATION FOR E911 SERVICE. IF THE EMTA, ATA ESBC
AND/OR lAD INSTALLED IN YOUR BUSINESS IS MOVED, THE E911
DISPATCH MAY NOT RECEIVE YOUR CORRECT ADDRESS. PLEASE NOTIFY
COX IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO MOVE OR RELOCATE YOUR TELEPHONE
SERVICE.
IT CAN TAKE UP TO 2 BUSINESS DAYS FOR YOUR NEW
ADDRESS TO BE UPDATED.
3. Service Start Date and Term This Agreement shall be effective upon
execution by Customer and "Acceptance" by Cox (as such term is defined
on the Cover Page). The "Initial Term" shall begin upon installation of
Service and shall continue for the applicable Term commitment set forth on
the Cover Page. However, if Customer delays installation or is not ready to
receive Services on the agreed-upon installation date, Cox may begin billing
for Services on the date Services would have been installed. Cox shall use
reasonable efforts to make the Services available by the requested service
date. Cox shall not be liable for damages for delays in meeting service
dates due to install delays or reasons beyond Cox's control. If Customer
delays installation for more than ninety (90) days after Customer's
execution of this Agreement, Cox reserves the right to terminate this
Agreement by providing written notice to Customer and Customer shall be
liable for Cox's reasonable costs incurred. AFTER THE INITIAL TERM, THIS
AGREEMENT SHALL AUTOMATICALLY RENEW FOR ONE (1) YEAR TERMS
(EACH AN "EXTENDED TERM") UNLESS A PARTY GIVES THE OTHER PARTY
WRITTEN TERMINATION NOTICE AT LEAST THIRTY (30) DAYS PRIOR TO
THE EXPIRATION OF THE INITIAL TERM OR THEN CURRENT EXTENDED
TERM. "Term" shall mean the Initial Term and Extended Term (s), if any.
Cox reserves the right to increase rates for all Services by no more than ten
percent (10%) during any Extended Term by providing Customer with at
least sixty (60) days written notice of such rate increase. This limitation on
rate increases shall not apply to video Services or Services for which rates,
terms and conditions are governed by a Cox tariff or SG. Upon notice to
Customer, Cox may change the rates for video Services periodically during
the Term. Cox may change the rates for telephone Service subject to a Cox
tariff or SG periodically during the Term. For the avoidance of doubt,
promotional rates and promotional discounts provided to Customer will
expire at the end of the Initial Term or earlier as set forth in the promotion
language. Customer's payment for Service after notice of a rate increase
will be deemed to be Customer's acceptance of the new rate.
4. Termination Customer may terminate any Service before the end of
the Term selected by Customer on the Cover Page; provided, however, if
Customer terminates any such Service before the end of the Term (except
for breach by Cox), unless otherwise expressly stated in the General Terms,

Customer will be obligated to pay Cox a termination fee equal to the


nonrecurring charges (if unpaid) and One Hundred Percent (100%) of the
monthly recurring charges for the terminated Service(s) multiplied by the
number of full months remaining in the Term. This provision survives
termination of the Agreement. If there is signal interference with any Cox
Service(s), Cox may terminate this Agreement without liability if Cox
cannot resolve the interference by using commercially reasonable efforts.
5. Payment Customer shall pay Cox all monthly recurring charges
C'MRCs") and all non-recurring charges ("NRCs"), if any, by the due date
on the invoice. Any amount not received by the due date shown on the
applicable invoice will be subject to interest or a late charge no greater
than the maximum rate allowed by law.
If Cox terminates this
Agreement due to Customer's breach, or if Customer fails to pay any
amounts when due and fails to cure such non-payment upon receipt of
written notice of non-payment from Cox, Customer will be deemed to
have terminated this Agreement and will be obligated to pay the
termination fee described above. If applicable to the Service, Customer
shall pay sales, use, gross receipts, and excise taxes, access fees and all
other fees, universal service fund assessments, 911 fees, franchise fees,
bypass or other local, State and Federal taxes or charges, and deposits,
imposed on the use of the Services. Taxes will be separately stated on
Customer's invoice. No interest will be paid on deposits unless required
by law.
6. Service and Installation Cox shall provide Customer with the
Services identified on the Cover Page and may provide related facilities
and equipment, the ownership of which shall be retained by Cox (the
cox Equipment"), or for certain Services, Customer, may purchase
equipment from Cox C'Customer Purchased Equipment"). Customer is
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December 15, 2015


TO:

Board of Commissioners
Shawnee County

FROM:

John E. Knight, Director}


Parks + Recreation

RE:

Contract - BA Green Construction


Outdoor Adventure

Board of County Commissioners approval is requested for the attached contract with BA Green
Construction of Lawrence, general contractor for the design and construction of an aquatic facility
and spray park for Shawnee County. The contract sets the Guaranteed Maximum Price (GMP) for the
construction of the Midwest Health Aquatic Center at SW 21st Street and SW Urish Road and the
construction of the Domwood Park Spray Park at 2500 SW Highland Street.
The GMP for the Midwest Health Aquatic Center is $9.25 million dollars. This includes all necessary
amenities requisite to operate a state of the art aquatic center including parking, bath house, filter
building, three separate pools that include a bow tie wave pool, an activity pool with water slides and
a leisure pool. Also included are shade structures, green space, landscaping, etc.
The Domwood Park Spray Park GMP is $600,000. This will include a 2000 square foot spray park
with multiple overhead and ground level water sprays and water dumps. The plan features two
covered seating areas for picnicking, benches for parents and guardians, drinking fountain, bike rack
and a walk for accessibility. The system is a recirculation system whereby the water is reclaimed in a
below ground reservoir, treated and reused. There will be a small structure associated with the facility
that will house the pumps and filtration system. Spray features include items such as a tidal bucket,
water wicket, aqua arch, mushroom maze, fill-n-spill, splash-o-lator, daddy long legs, popp dropp,
pony tail and water drop. There will be a total of 20 water features at the spray park.
Funding source for these two amenities will be Certificates of Participation. Schedule for completion
is spring of2016 for the Domwood Park Spray Park and late spring to summer 2016 for the Midwest
Health Aquatic Center.
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Shawnee County Parks & Recreation
3137 East 29'' Street
Topeka, Kansas 66605
Re:

Shawnee County- New Aquatics Center


Shawnee County Contract #C229-2015
BAG Project #15-021

Terry:
Attached is our Amendment #2 increasing our initial contract to cover construction for the
Midwest Health Aquatic Center at 21" and Urish and the Dornwood Spray Pad.
If after your review you have any questions or comments, please do not hesitate to contact us.
Respectfully submitted,
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NSTRUCTION CO., INC.

Tracy Green
President
Attachment (1)

greed to on this _ _ _ day of _ _ _ 2015.

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Tracy Green

B.A. Green Construction Co., Inc.


1207 Iowa Street, Lawrence, KS 66049
P.O. Box 8, Lawrence, !<S 66044-0008
(785) 843-5277
(785) 843-0797 FAX

Board of County Commissioners


Kevin J. Cook, Chair

BA
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Shawnee County- New Aquatics Facility


BAG Project# 15-021

CONTRACT AMENDMENT NO.2


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December 15, 2015


To:

Board of Commissioners
Shawnee County
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From:

John E. Knight, Director


Parks & Recreation

Re:

Purchase Agreement- iPads and Cellular Data Service


Administration Division

Board of County Commissioners approval is requested to enter into an agreement with Verizon
Wireless to purchase three (3) iPad Airs and cellular data service for use with the KanPay OTC
service.
On July 2, 2015, Board of Commission approved contract C249-2015 and C250-2015 with the
Information Network of Kansas to establish an online electronic means for collecting payment
for its chargeable services which will allow customers to pay online for county provided services
and goods by credit card or electronic check through an Automated Clearing House (ACH) and
for electronic commerce transactions, including online and counter payment services.
KanPay OTC requires a computer terminal or other device and a network connection to process
credit card payments. Not all Shawnee County Parks + Recreation locations meet these
requirements. Shawnee County Information Technology department staff was contacted to
discuss a means to meet these requirements and it was recommended that Parks + Recreation
purchase iPad Airs and cellular data service to continue to accept credit card payments at the
Gage Park Carousel, Blaisdell Family Aquatic Center and department special events.
Cost of the iPad Airs is $379.99 each and monthly cellular data service is $40.01 per device. All
credit card swipers for the devices will be provided by the Information Network of Kansas at no
additional cost to the County. There will be a cost savings to the department in disconnecting
the credit card terminal phone lines.
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December 15, 2015
TO:

Board of Commissioners
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Shawnee County

FROM:

John E. Knight, Director


Parks + Recreation

RE:

Addition to Shawnee County Parks and Recreation Revenue Revolving Fund


Recreation Division

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Board of County Commissioners approved of a "Revolving Fund" through approval of Resolution


No. 2014-7 on December 22, 2014, which established the Shawnee County Parks and Recreation
Revenue Revolving Fund. The creation and use of Revolving Funds was a recommendation of the
Master Plan as a potential source for funding for operational dollars.
The Lake Shawnee and Cypress Ridge Golf Courses served as the "pilot" program for this fund. The
next most logical choice to add to this fund would be the Summer Camps that are licensed by the
State of Kansas. The four (4) camps recommended for inclusion in the Revolving Fund are Passport
to Adventure, Back to Nature, North Camp Connections and Lake Camp Connections. After a
financial analysis of true operational costs, these camps are the only ones that can and will sustain
themselves.
As a pilot program, the Lake Shawnee and Cypress Ridge Golf Courses operation were placed into
this fund. The fees collected from these facilities are used to pay the operational expenses of these
programs. As this pilot program proved beneficial other major programs and facilities could be added
to the Revenue Revolving Fund yet tracked separately. The department is recommending the
placement of the Summer Camp Program as identified above.
The creation of this fund has begun to foster an atmosphere whereby the entrepreneurial spirits of staff
directly involved with these operations are maximized. There will be a clear motivation for staff to
frugally spend funds obtained and to aggressively pursue revenue options, as the funds will remain
within the specific operations. The fund and the operation of these programs/facilities will still
function under the policies and procedures established by the Board of Commissioners.

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Neither the revenue produced nor the operational expenditures will be reflected through the General
Fund. The Shawnee County Parks and Recreation Revenue Revolving Fund will fund the additions to
the fund until such time as sufficient revenues are obtained to cover the expenses.
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HOME RULE RESOLUTION NO. 2014

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A RESOLUTION ESTABLISHING THE


SHAWNEE COUNTY PARKS AND RECREATION REVENUE REVOLVING FUND
Sponsored By Commissioner Archer
WHEREAS, the Board of County Commissioners of the County of Shawnee, Kansas
desires to establish a dedicated Shawnee County Parks and Recreation Revenue Revolving Fund for
the purpose of operating Shawnee County Parks and Recreation programs and facilities;
WHEREAS, The Board of County Commissioners of the County of Shawnee, Kansas
desires to formalize procedures for the use of the Fund;
NOW, THEREFORE, The Board of County Commissioners of the County of Shawnee,
Kansas, meeting in regular session on this ,il~ /fit'day of /),c1 ,._j, ,, 2014, and intending
to exercise its powers of home rule legislation pursuant to K.S.A. 19-101a, does hereby resolve as
follows:
1.
Shawnee County Parks and Recreation Revenue Revolving Fund. The Shawnee
County Parks and Recreation Revenue Revolving Fund (Fund) shall be funded and utilized as
follows:
a.
Use of Fund. Except as authorized by the Board of County Commissioners,
all moneys credited to the Fund shall be used for park and recreation purposes. All
expenditures shall only be for the purposes stated in this Resolution and shall only be
made in accordance with budget appropriations and the Shawnee County purchasing
resolution.
Source of Fund. This is a dedicated fund that is replenished on an ongoing
b.
basis from various funding sources such as grants, sponsorships, advertising,
program user fees and rental fees within the park and recreation system. The Fund
shall be supported by fees collected by the Shawnee County Parks and Recreation
Department and kept separate from the tax General Fund.
2.

Any other resolution in conflict herewith is hereby rescinded.

3.

This Resolution shall take effect upon publication in the official County newspaper.
BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
SHAWNEE COU
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Approved as to Legality
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ATTEST:

Shawnee County

recreation
December 15, 2015
TO:

Board of Commissioners
Shawnee County

FROM:

John E. Knight, Directo~


Parks + Recreation

RE:

Shawnee County Parks and Recreation Advisory/Advocate Board


Business Division

Board of County Commissioners approval is requested on the attached By-Laws for the newly formed
Shawnee County Parks and Recreation Advisory/Advocate Board and for ratification of its Board
Members.
The Shawnee County Parks and Recreation Master Plan identified several strategies to meet the
community vision for the operations and staffing. One of the identified strategies was the
development of a Citizen Advisory/Advocate Board to replace the existing Advisory Board, which
was designed to protect the former City of Topeka assets and programs.
The Shawnee County Parks and Recreation Advisory/Advocate Board will focus on specific tasks
such as implementation of the Master Plan, Accreditation for the department, Inter-governmental
Relations, and major Capital Improvement projects. The scope of this Board is advisory in nature and
retains no binding authority over the final decision of the Director of Parks + Recreation or the Board
of County Commissioners.
The recommended board members are attached and the initial meeting of the Advisory/Advocate
Board is intended for late January. At that time, the Board members will be introduced, Executive
Committee will be elected, and the times and locations of the regular meetings will be determined.
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Karen Hiller District 1


Sharri Black
Sandra Clear, District 2
Teresa Miller
Sylvia Ortiz, District 3
Howard Blackman
Jonathan Schumm, District 4
James Martin
Michelle De La Isla, District 5
Eric Cortez
Brendan Jensen, District 6
Keith Renner
Elaine Schwartz, District 7
Cassandra Taylor
Jeff Coen, District 8
Elias Garcia
Richard Harmon, District 9
Terri Roberts
Commissioner Shelly Buhler, District 1
Martin Weishaar
Kristen Brunkow
Commissioner Kevin Cook, District 2
L.J. Polly
Dick Ketterman
Commissioner Robert Archer, District 3
Chris Fisher
Michelle Stubblefield

SHAWNEE COUNTY PARKS AND RECREATION ADVISORY/ADVOCATE BOARD


BY-LAWS

ARTICLE I. Name and Purpose


1.01

Name. This organization shall be known as the Shawnee County Parks and
Recreation Advisory/Advocate Board (Board).

1.02

Purpose. The Shawnee County Parks and Recreation Advisory/Advocate Board


is organized to specifically meet section (4.1 0) of the Strategic Implementation
Action Plan of the Master Plan. The purpose of this Board is to replace the former
Shawnee County Parks and Recreation Advisory Board, which was designed for
protection of the former city assets. This Board will focus on specific tasks such
as implementation of the Master Plan, accreditation for the department, intergovernmental relations, and major capital improvement projects. The scope of the
Board is advisory in nature and retains no binding authority over the final
decision of the Director of Shawnee County Parks and Recreation and/or the
Board of County Commissioners of the County of Shawnee, Kansas.
ARTICLE II. Appointment and Composition

2.01

Composition. Composition of the Shawnee County Parks and Recreation


Advisory/Advocate Board shall consist of fifteen (15) members. Nine (9)
members shall be recommended by the City Council (one per Council member)
and six (6) shall be appointed by the County (two per Commissioner) for
ratification of the entire Board as stated in (4.1 0) of the Strategic Implementation
Action Plan of the Master Plan. Any vacancy on the Board shall be replaced by
recommendation by the City Council Member or County Commissioner
responsible for appointment.
ARTICLE III. Meetings

3.01

Annual Meeting. The Board shall meet at least once annually, to select Executive
Committee Members as outlined in Section 4.08 and to set the date, time and place of the
regular monthly meeting.

3.02

Regular Meeting. The majority of the work of this Board will involve extensive
committee participation in addition to the regular meetings. This Board should meet no
more than monthly, but no less than quarterly.

3.03

Special Meetings. The Chair may call special meetings provided that adherence to
Section 3.04 is satisfied.

3.04

Notice of Special Meetings. Notice of each special meeting shall be given to


each member, by mail, not less than two (2) weeks before the meeting.

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ARTICLE IV. Functions and Operations


4.01

Functions of Board. The majority of the work of this Board will involve
extensive committee participation in addition to the regular meetings. This Board
should meet no more than monthly, but no less than quarterly. The Board is
organized to specifically meet section (4.1 0) of the Strategic Implementation
Action Plan of the Master Plan to replace the existing Advisory Board, which was
designed for protection of the former city assets. This Board will focus on specific
tasks such as implementation of the Master Plan, accreditation for the department,
inter-governmental relations, and major capital improvement projects

4.02

Voting. All Board members duly appointed shall possess full voting privileges.

4.03

Compensation. Members of the Board shall serve without compensation.

4.04

Qualifications. All Board members must be residents of Shawnee County. Each


member recommended by the City to the Board shall be a resident from within the
city limits of Topeka, and each County appointed member of the Board shall
reside either inside or outside the city limits of Topeka, but within Shawnee
County.

4.05

Term of Members. Members of the Board shall serve for a term of two (2)
years. Initial appointments will be as follows: four (4) of the Board members
recommended by City Council members of even-numbered council district seats
shall serve an initial term of one (1) year, and three (3) of the members appointed
by the County shall serve an initial term of one ( 1) year; thereafter all terms shall
be two (2) year terms. Members may be appointed for subsequent terms after
completion of the first term. All terms shall end in July of each respective year.
Members shall not serve beyond the end of their appointed terms. Upon
expiration of a term, the position shall remain vacant until a successor is
appointed.

4.06

Ex-Officio Members. Ex-Officio members may participate in discussions but


shall not be entitled to vote. The Director of Shawnee County Parks and
Recreation shall be an ex-officio member of the Board. The Board has the
authority to add special committee chairs that will serve as ex-officio, non-voting
members.

4.07

Board Elections. The Executive Committee positions will be elected by a


majority vote of the current Board.

4.08

Executive Committee Duties. There shall be three (3) officers of the Board
consisting of a Chair, Vice-Chair, and Secretary. Except for the power to amend
the Articles of Incorporation and Bylaws, the Executive Committee shall have all
of the powers and authority of the Board of Directors in the intervals between

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meetings of the Board of Directors, subject to the direction and control of the
Board of Directors. Their duties are as follows:

4.09

a.

The Chair shall convene regularly scheduled Board meetings, shall


preside or arrange for other members of the executive committee to
preside at each meeting in the following order: Vice-Chair, then Secretary.

b.

The Vice-Chair will chair committees on special subjects as designated


by the Board.

c.

The Secretary shall be responsible for keeping records of Board actions,


including overseeing the taking of minutes at all Board meetings, sending
out meeting announcements, and distributing copies of minutes and the
agenda to each Board member.

Committees. The following committees may be created to assist the Board in


advancing the mission of the Shawnee County Parks and Recreation
Advisory/Advocate Board:
Implementation of Master Plan
A long range strategic master plan for Shawnee County Parks and
Recreation has been developed and compliance will be insured jointly by
the Director of Shawnee County Parks and Recreation, and the Board.
The Board's input and review of this plan are essential in developing a
plan that encompasses all aspects of facilities, finance, operations and
community relations. Annual goals and objectives for such areas as
revenue, expenditures, capital improvements, attendance, event
scheduling, marketing, and other related areas will be compiled by
Shawnee County Parks and Recreation. The Board will review these goals
on a regular basis and make necessary recommendations.
Accreditation for the Department.
The Board will have an advisory role in recommending ways to build a
culture of quality management in program and service delivery for
Shawnee County Parks and Recreation. Staff presents their yearly goals
for program areas to senior leadership and the Board. This would include
policy reviews, financial and registration performance, customer issues,
and plans for the future.
This process helps to ensure good
communication and cooperation for supporting divisions, such as parks,
administration, and technology. It is important that the department
continue to capture the customer feedback data and develop a database
that can be used over the years to track trends and changes. The feedback
obtained must be communicated with senior leadership, Boards, and future
staff so as to ensure an open and transparent process and one that looks at
improving as a team without focusing on individual blame. The
Committee's participation, input and review of the Shawnee County Parks
& Recreation Master Plan is essential in assisting the department in
obtaining and retaining national accreditation standards through the

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Commission for Accreditation of Parks and Recreation Agencies


(CAPRA).
Inter-Governmental/Community Relations
The Board's role in inter-governmental/community relations is essential to
comply specifically with Shawnee County Contract No. C304-2011 and
City of Topeka Contract No. 41460, amended by Shawnee County
Contract No. C313-2011 and City of Topeka Contract No. 41525. This
committee will be organized to comply with the inter-local agreement
between the City of Topeka and Shawnee County and will meet all
language within those agreements. This committee will also provide
advice in three (3) main areas:
a. Assisting the development of a broad community relations plan for
Shawnee County Parks and Recreation staff and incorporate it within
the Long Range Strategic Master Plan.
b. Serving as community liaisons and spokespersons for the Shawnee
County Parks and Recreation department with area civic, social,
cultural, religious, ethnic and educational organizations and other
individuals.
c. Communicating with the Administration of Shawnee County Parks
and Recreation through the Committee Chair, if through public input
or personal observation, a problem in a program, facility, or procedure
area is defined.
The Director will inform the Board of any problems that may have an adverse
effect on the community.
Major Capital Improvement Projects
The Board's role in Capital Purchases is essential in three (3) main areas:
a. Assisting the department with the planning efforts associated with
Capital Maintenance, New Projects, and Equipment.
b. Work with the department to identify capital needs based on aesthetic
improvement(s), Revenue Generator/Expense Reducer, or
Safety/Structural Integrity Improvement(s).
c. Prioritize department needs based on the following criteria:
All improvements: All Capital Improvements must support the goals
and objectives of the Shawnee County Parks and Recreation Master
Plan as approved or amended by the Board of Commissioners.
o Priority 1: Capital Maintenance needs and Equipment for revenue
generating facilities intended to be self-sufficient.
o Priority 2: Capital Maintenance needs of existing parks, recreation
facilities, and equipment.
o Priority 3: New Projects enhancing existing parkland or
community assets with consideration given for revenue generation
and operational expenses.
o Priority 4: New Projects requiring the purchase of new parkland
with consideration given for revenue generation and operational
expenses.

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Summaries of the fees and charges schedule and its derivation through cost
analysis shall be provided to the Board for input. The Board will review the fees
and charges schedule for the use of Shawnee County Parks and Recreation if
adjustments to the schedule are deemed necessary and appropriate based on cost
analysis figures provided by the Director.
4.10

Obligation to Attend Meetings. It shall be the obligation of the Board Members


to attend all meetings of the Shawnee County Parks and Recreation
Advisory/Advocate Board. There will be one vote per member at the Board
meetings. Members of the Board may resign at any time by giving appropriate
notification to the appointing authority or at any official meeting.

4.11

Quorum. A quorum must be attended by at least eight Board members before


business can be transacted or motions made or passed.

4.12

Resignation, Termination and Absences. Resignation from the Shawnee


County Parks and Recreation Advisory/Advocate Board must be in writing and
received by the Chair. The Board may vote to remove a member at any time for
good cause shown. Members of the Shawnee County Parks and Recreation
Advisory/Advocate Board must attend at least two thirds of the scheduled
meetings each year or not miss any three (3) scheduled meetings in a row or be
subject to removal from the Board.

4.13

Meeting by Conference Telephone. Members of the Board may participate in a


meeting through use of conference telephone as long as each member
participating in the meeting can communicate with all of the other members
concurrently.
ARTICLE V. Amendments

5.01

Amendment. These Bylaws may be amended when necessary by consent of the


Board of County Commissioners of the County of Shawnee, Kansas.
ARTICLE VI. Parliamentary Authority

6.01

Parliamentary Authority. The current edition of Roberts Rules of Order,


Revised, governs this organization in all parliamentary situations that are not
provided for in the law or in its charter, bylaws, or adopted rules.
ARTICLE VII. Policies and Procedures

7.01

Policies & Procedures. The Shawnee County Parks and Recreation


Advisory/Advocate Board may adopt, by majority vote of the Board, polices
which govern the Board.

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7.02

Order Of Business. The order of business of the Shawnee County Parks and
Recreation Advisory/Advocate Board at its special, regular and annual meetings,
unless changed by a majority vote of its members, shall be as follows:
Annual Meeting
1. Call to Order
2. Approval of Minutes (Previous Annual Meeting)
3. Annual Reports (Chair, and/or Committees)
4. Election of Executive Committee Members
5. New Business
6. Adjournment
Regular Meeting
1. Call to Order
2. Approval of Minutes (Previous Regular Meeting and any Special Meetings)
3. Reports (Chair, and/or Committees)
4. New Business
5. Adjournment
Special Meeting
1. Call to Order
2. Reading ofNotice Calling Special Meeting
3. Transaction of Business Stated in Notice
4. Adjournment

These Bylaws were approved at a meeting of the Shawnee County Parks and Recreation
Advisory/Advocate Board on
, 2016.

BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS


SHAWNEE COUNTY, KANSAS

Kevin Cook, Chair

ATTEST:

Cynthia A. Beck, Shawnee County Clerk


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APPROVED AS TO FORM AND LEGALITY BY


THE SHAWNEE COUNTY COUNSELOR'S
OFFICE
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Memorandum

To:

Kevin J. Cook, Chairman, Shawnee County Commission


Shelly Buhler, Vice Chair, Shawnee County Commissioner
Robert E. Archer, Chair, Shawnee County Commission
Rich Eckert, Shawnee County Counselor/Contract Administrator
Betty Greiner, Director, SNCO ApGlF*ance

From:

H.R. Cook, General Manager


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Re:
Wednesday, December 16,2015

Date:

Please add this request to the Shawnee County Commission agenda on Monday, December
21, 2015.
Capital Expenditure Requests for December

Repair Tennant 7100 Ride on Floor Scrubber - This request is for some extensive
repairs to a Tennant Scrubber that has a number of issues and has been out of service for
some time. With the number of events we have had it has become necessary to put this
machine back into service. The brush motors, skirts and framework upon which the motors
are mounted all had to be replaced. Since I have not received an invoice for this work I
would present this request to pay Tennant for these repairs as an amount not-to-exceed
$3,000.00.

Extensive repairs to Air Handler Units #1 and #2 -As we were evaluating the new
exhaust fan project prior to the Blizzard Bash we discovered that these two AHU's would
be responsible for the lion's share of the supply air to make the exhaust fans work as
desired. We also found they were not working to full capacity. The work required to bring
these units up to a necessary level included replacing a vortex damper on AHU #2 and new
sheaves (pulleys) and belts on both units. We also replaced diaphragms on two actuators
and repaired an air leak. This work was labor intensive, but materials made up around half
the cost. Please consider approval of this request to pay PCI Mechanical the amount of
$9,317.67 for these repairs.

Purchase of a select quantity of rental ice skates - Please consider this request to
purchase a dozen pairs each of ice skates in sizes 9- 12. These are the most often used
sizes in our rental inventory, and the ones that receive the most vigorous use. In addition

One Expocentre Drive

Topeka, Kansas 66612-1442

Phone 782.235.1986

Fax 785.235.2967

www.KsExpo.com

we would request the purchase of 16 double bladed "Little Rocket Double Runner" two
bladed skates for little kids. Half of these are white with pink laces for girls and half are
black for boys. Please consider this purchase from American Athletic Shoe Co. Inc., in
the amount of $4,278.00.

Replace compressor on Perlick chiller that serves Concession Stand #3 - This


compressor failed on the weekend ofthe Blizzard Bash. We had Dehn Heating and Cooling
come in and make emergency repairs to enable the sales of cold beer throughout the event.
The following week Dehn returned and installed a new compressor to restore chiller to
normal. Please consider this request to reimburse Dehn the amount of $958.34 for their
work.

Purchase and installation of three PT AC (through-the-wall) combination airconditioning and heating units - This request is to replace three PTAC units, one in the
north ticket sales booth east of Landon Arena, one on the west side of the two on the 21st
St. entrance and one in the show office in the livestock stall bam. Please consider this
request to authorize Dehn Heating and Cooling to replace these three units at a cost of
not-to-exceed $2,525.00.

Purchase 300' of Black Pipe and Drape- Please consider this request to purchase 300'
of pipe and drape to supplement our current inventory. With our shared inventory with the
hotel and multiple events more common we need this additional inventory to meet the
needs of the facility. Please consider approval of the purchase from Georgia Expo in the
amount of $2,467.26.

Winterize livestock stallbarn for use in sub-freezing weather - This request is to


authorize payment to Samco for the work they had to do to winterize the stall bam so it
could be used for the Tuff Girl Barrel Bash and other shows that are programmed to take
place during winter months when temperatures may dip well below freezing. The work
included the installation of shutoff valves and drain valves on lines subject to freezing up
during the winter months, specifically in hydrants in wash bays, drinking fountains and the
hydrant installed to accommodate washing dogs in the wash bays. Please consider
approval to reimburse Samco the amount of not-to-exceed $2,500.00 for their work.

Replace grease trap in sub kitchen in Exhibition Hall - This grease trap has been
problematic for years. For no apparent reason it emanates a foul sewer-like odor which is
offensive to both employees and patrons of the Deli in Exhibition Hall. The grease trap
was replaced about 8 years ago, and then they were constructed of pot metal. Grease traps
today are made of polymers which are rust resistant. We believe that removing this grease
trap and installing a new one, above ground, and to code, will allow it to work properly
and eliminate the odor problem. Please consider approval of an amount not-to-exceed
$4,500.00 to Samco for this work to be done.

The Kansas Expocentre Capital Expenditure Fund has a current balance of no-less-than
$31,047.05. The total of these requests comes to an amount of no-more-than $29,546.27.
Approval of this request would leave us with a balance of no-less-than $1.500.78. Any unused

portion of the Capital Expenditure Fund will roll over into 2016. The Kansas Expocentre Advisory
Board reviewed and approved all of these items at the regular meeting held on Wednesday,
December 16, 2015. Thank you for your consideration of these requests.

.1.

Shawnee County

Department of Public Works


1515 N.W. SALINE STREET SUITE 200 TOPEKA, KANSAS 66618-2867
785-251-6101
FAX 785-251-4920

THOMAS C. VLACH, P.E.


DIRECTOR OF PUBLIC WORKS
COUNTY ENGINEER

MEMORANDUM

Date:

December 16, 2015

To:

Board of County Commissioners

From:

Thomas C. Vlach,
Director of Public Worlcs

Re:

Resolutions Authorizing the Transfer of Unobligated Public Works Operating


Budget Funds

P.E~

In accordance with K.S.A. 68-14lg, Boards of County Commissioners are authorized and
empowered by resolution to transfer annually from the road, bridge or street fund, an
amount not to exceed twenty-five percent (25%) of said fund to special highway
improvement funds.
Attached for your consideration are tluee proposed resolutions authorizing the transfer of
unobligated Public Works ft.mds into the following general ledger (GL 27SCOOO)
accounts:
Special Bridge Ftmd (Acct. No. 27SCOOO 2020)
Special Road and Bridge Machinery or Equipment Fund (Acct. No. 27SCOOO 2030)
Special Highway Improvement Fund (Acct. No. 27SCOOO 2040)
At the end of the 2015 fiscal year, the Audit-Finance Department will notify Public
Works the amount of unobligated funds, if any, that are available for transfer. The AuditFinance Director has been accounting for these anticipated transfers in her monthly
financial reports as they relate to projected end-of-year balances.
No financial impact will be realized as a result of the approval of this request.
The County Counselor's office has reviewed these resolutions and has approved them as
to form and legality.
Your consideration of this request is appreciated.

RESOLUTION NO. 2015- \W


A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE TRANSFER OF UNOBLIGATED PUBLIC WORKS
FUNDS TO THE SPECIAL BRIDGE FUND

WHEREAS, in accordance with K.S.A. 68-141g, the BOARD OF COUNTY


COMMISSIONERS of the COUNTY OF SHAWNEE, KANSAS, is authorized and
empowered by resolution to transfer annually from the road, bridge or street fund of said
County, an amount not to exceed twenty-five percent (25%) of said fund to a special
highway improvement fund; and
THEREFORE, BE IT HEREBY RESOLVED by the BOARD OF COUNTY
COMMISSIONERS of the COUNTY of SHAWNEE, KANSAS, sitting in regular
session this
day of December 2015, that an amount not to exceed $1,934,207.25
is to be transferred from the PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT highway division fund
to the SPECIAL BRIDGE FUND (Account No. 27SCOOO 2020).
BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
SHAWNEE COUNTY, KANSAS

KEVIN J. COOK, CHAIR

MICHELE A. BUHLER, VICE CHAIR

ROBERTE.ARCHER,MEMBER

ATTEST:

Cynthia A. Beck, County Clerk

RESOLUTION NO. 2015-.......~\~~..::...~\_ _


A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE TRANSFER OF UNOBLIGATED PUBLIC WORKS
FUNDS TO THE SPECIAL ROAD AND BRIDGE MACHINERY OR EQUIPMENT FUND

in accordance with K.S.A. 68-141g, the BOARD OF COUNTY


COMMISSIONERS of the COUNTY OF SHAWNEE, KANSAS, is authorized and
empowered by resolution to transfer annually from the road, bridge or street fund of said
County, an amount not to exceed twenty-five percent (25%) of said fund to a special
highway improvement fund; and
WHEREAS,

THEREFORE, BE IT HEREBY RESOLVED by the BOARD OF COUNTY

COMMISSIONERS of the COUNTY of SHAWNEE, KANSAS, sitting in regular


session this
day of December 2015, that an amount not to exceed $1,934,207.25
is to be transferred from the PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT highway division fund
to the SPECIAL ROAD AND BRIDGE MACHINERY OR EQUIPMENT FUND
(Account No. 27SCOOO 2030).
BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
SHAWNEE COUNTY, KANSAS

KEVIN 1. COOK, CHAIR

MICHELE A. BUHLER, VICE CHAIR

ROBERTE.ARCHER,MEMBER

ATTEST:

Cynthia A. Beck, County Clerk

RESOLUTION NO. 2015- \ :h '1A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE TRANSFER OF UNOBLIGATED PUBLIC WORKS
FUNDS TO THE SPECIAL HIGHWAY IMPROVEMENT FUND

WHEREAS, in accordance with K.S.A. 68-141g, the BOARD OF COUNTY


COMMISSIONERS of the COUNTY OF SHAWNEE, KANSAS, is authorized and
empowered by resolution to transfer annually from the road, bridge or street fund of said
County, an amount not to exceed twenty-five percent (25%) of said fund to a special
highway improvement fund; and
THEREFORE, BE IT HEREBY RESOLVED by the BOARD OF COUNTY
COMMISSIONERS of the COUNTY of SHAWNEE, KANSAS, sitting in regular
session this
day of December 2015, that an amount not to exceed $1,934,207.25
is to be transferred from the PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT highway division fund
to the SPECIAL HIGHWAY FUND (Account No. 27SCOOO 2040).
BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
SHAWNEE COUNTY, KANSAS

KEVIN J. COOK, CHAIR

MICHELE A. BUHLER, VICE CHAIR

ROBERT E. ARCHER, MEMBER

ATTEST:

Cynthia A. Beck, County Clerk

Shawnee County

Department of Public Works


1515 N.W. SALINE STREET SUITE 200 TOPEKA, KANSAS 66618-2867
FAX 785-251-4920
785-251-6101

THOMAS C. VLACH, P.E.


DIRECTOR OF PUBLIC WORKS
COUNTY ENGINEER

l\1EMORANDUM

Date:

December 16, 2015

To:

Board of County Commissioners

From:

Thomas C. Vlach, P.E. \


Director of Public Works

Re:

-...!

Resolution Authorizing the Placement and Maintenance of Certain


Traffic Control Devices- STOP SIGNS
SW Urish Road @ SW 41st Street- NW and SE Corners

The Sherwood Improvement District (SID) and Mission Township (MT) Boards have
submitted requests to the Shawnee County Depmiment of Public Works (SCDPW) to
have stop signs installed at the location listed below. The intersection will be under the
jurisdiction of the SID.

SWUrish Road @ SW 41st Street-NW and SE Comers

The Shawnee County Department of Public Works (SCDPW) has reviewed the request
and opines the placement of the stop signs to be warranted to create an All- Way Stop at
this location. As a result, it is the recommendation of the SCDPW that the attached
resolution is adopted and new stop signs are installed as described above.
Attachment

cc:

Mission Township
Sherwood Improvement District

RESOLUTION NO. 2015 -

I~C>

A RESOLUTION ESTABLISHING THE PLACEMENT OF STOP SIGNS AT THE NW AND


SE CORNERS OF THE INTERSECTION OF SW URISH ROAD AND SW 41 8T STREET

WHEREAS, the Board of County Commissioners of the County of Shawnee, Kansas has
authority to regulate, warn and guide traffic upon all streets, roads and highways under its
jurisdiction; and

WHEREAS, Shawnee County Public Works has reviewed the potential for traffic
congestion at the following location and, in the engineering judgement of the Shawnee
County Public Works Department, the removal of existing Traffic Control Signage is
warranted to ensure the safety of the traveling public; and
NOW, THEREFORE, the Board of County Commissioners ofthe County of Shawnee
County, Kansas meeting in regular session this _ _ day of
hereby resolve as follows:

, 2015, does

1. Traffic control device shall be installed at the location(s) indicated below:

DEVICE:

STOP SIGNS

LOCATION:

NW and SE comers of the intersection at SW Urish Road and


SW 41st Street

INSTALLED BY:

Shawnee County Public Works Department

MAINTAINED BY:

Sherwood Improvement District

BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS


SHAWNEE COUNTY, KANSAS
Kevin J. Cook, Chair

Michele A. Buhler, Vice-Chair

Robert E. Archer, Member

ATTEST:

Cynthia A. Beck, County Clerk


APPROVED AS TO FORM AND LEGALITY
BY THE SHAWNEE COUNTY cpUNSELOR'S OFFICE
DATE

IL-l(... j f

BY

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Shawnee County

Information Technology
Room 205, Courthouse
200 SE 7th Street
Topeka, Kansas 66603-3933

Memorandum
DATE:

December 16, 2015

To:

Board of County Commissioners

From:

Pat Oblander, Information Technology Director

RE:

AT&T telecommunication circuits extension.

The Information Technology Department is requesting approval to extend an


existing contract with AT&T (C41 0-2009) for severaiiSDN-PRI circuits that will
otherwise expire. AT&T is granting the six month extension as a courtesy to allow
more time for Shawnee County to implement alternative technologies to replace
the ISDN-PRI circuits. The pricing of the existing contract will remain in force for
the duration of the extension.

CPO/mro

fax 785-2.91-4.907

phone 785-233-8200 ext. 4030

at&t
INTEGRATED SERVICES DIGITAL NETWORK PRIMARY RATE INTERFACE ("ISDN PRI")
SHORT TERM ARRANGEMENT
with AT&T DS1 Service or with AT&T High Capacity DS11.544 Mbps Service, as applicable
AT&T Agreement/MA Reference No. [UA Only] if applicable _ _
Customer
Shawnee County
Street Address: 200 SE 7th St
City: Topeka State/Province: KS
Zip Code: 66603 Country: USA
Customer Contact {for Notices~
Name: Brian Weis
Title: IT
Street Address:
City:
State/Province:
Zip Code:
Country: USA
Telephone: 785.291.4989
Fax:
Email: brian.weis@snco.us
Customer Account Number or Master
Account Number: 785 233.8200

AT&T
AT&T ILEC Service-Providing Affiliate

'.

AT&T Contact (for Notices)


Name: Preston Smith
Street Address:
City: Kansas City State/Province: MO
Zip Code: 64130 Country: USA
Telephone: 8162239496 Fax:
Email: ps056n@att.com
Sales/Branch Manager: John Fox
SCVP Name: Jeff Maggi
Sales Strata: GEM Sales Region: SW
With a CO!!~ {for Notices} to:
I
AT&T Corp.
One AT&T Way
Bedminster, NJ 07921-0752
ATTN: Master Agreement Support Team
Email: mast@att.com
AT&T Solution Provider or Representative Information (if applicable) D
Name:
Company Name:
Agent Street Address:
City:
State:
Zip Code:
Telephone:
Fax:
Email:
Agent Code
This Short Term Arrangement ("Arrangement") is part of the Agreement between AT&T and Customer, and the Parties agree that this Arrangement
supersedes the expired Pricing Schedule or stand-alone Service Agreement ("Original Agreement") last signed on original1 0.21.14, 1st 05.20.15.
The Parties acknowledge that the intent of this Arrangement is to provide Customer rates for services provided under the above-referenced expired
Original Agreement for the term of this Arrangement, therefore, the Parties agree that solely for the convenience of each Party; except for those
terms expressly set forth below, the terms and conditions of the expired Original Agreement are incorporated by reference herein as if originally set
forth herein and govern this Arrangement. This Arrangement is only available to existing customers with an Original Agreement (or extended
agreement) that expired within 6 months of the date of execution of this Arrangement. This Arrangement is not available to Customers who will seek
E-rate funding for the Services provided under this Arrangement. This Arrangement cannot be extended for more than two additional Arrangement
Terms.
AT&T California currently provides billing and collections services to third parties, which may place charges that Customer authorizes on Customer's
bill for intrastate Services. To the extent that AT&T California makes blocking of such charges available, Customer may block third-party charges
from its bill at no cost.
Customer
{by its authorized representative)
By:

AT&T
(by its authorized representative)
By:
Name:

Name:
Title:
Title:
Date:
Date:

I Big Easy or Firesale PRI Short Term


Arrangement- 6 months

AT&T and Customer Confidential Information


Pag_e 1 of 2

v.10/24/141

SHORT TERM ARRANGEMENT FOR INTEGRATED SERVICES DIGITAL NETWORK PRIMARY RATE INTERFACE ("ISDN PRI")
with AT&T DS1 Service or with AT&T High Capacity DS11.544 Mbps Service, as applicable

1. SERVICE AND SERVICE PROVIDER


1.1 SERVICE
'

States
Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Ohio and Wisconsin
Arkansas, Kansas, Missouri, Oklahoma and Texas
California and Nevada
Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi,
North Carolina, South Carolina, and Tennessee

Service Name
ISDN Prime with AT&T DS1 Service
Primary Rate ISDN - SmartTrunk
Primary Rate ISDN with AT&T High Capacity DS1 1.544 Mbps Service
Bell South Primary Rate ISDN - Voice/Data Standard Service

1.2 SERVICE PROVIDER: AT&T Kansas


2. ARRANGEMENT TERM AND EFFECTIVE DATE
Term
Effective Date of this Arrangement

6 months
the date the Arran ement is last si ned, unless a later date is required b

3. MINIMUM PAYMENT PERIOD


Service Components
'

All (except DID numbers)

Minimum Payment Period


per Service Component
Until end of Arrangement Term

Percentage of Monthly Fee Applicable to


Calculation of Early Termination Charges*
*Early termination charges do not apply
during the Arrangement Term

4. CUSTOMER'S EXISTING SERVICE COMPONENTS, SITES, CIRCUIT QUANTITIES AND RATES


Service Components, Sites, Circuit Quantities and Rates as specified in the Customer's Original Agreement will apply during the Arrangement
Term. No additional Circuits can be added durin the Arran ement Term.
4.1 Subsequent DID Numbers, Calling Name ID and/or Caller ID
Customer and AT&T may agree to add DID Numbers and/or ISDN Calling Name ID under the rates in the Customer's Original Agreement after Cutover of
the associated ISDN PRI Service Component(s), but only if the Customer requested installation date is more than 90 days before the end of the
Arrangement Term.

For AT&T internal use only


Service Establishment Date: (if extending contract which included all new Services, must include the Service Establishment Date of
Service 1st installed:
Program Code: EXP6

I Billing Telephone Number(s) for Existing service:

ECATS #I AT&T Contract ID #of pre-existing Contract (must be included):

7852338200
1

20141016-4442; 20150520-5643

End of Document

Big Easy or Firesale PRI Short Term


Arran ement- 6 months

AT&T and Customer Confidential Information


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Shawnee County

Department of Corrections

F1

501 S.E. 8th Street - Topeka, Kansas 66607

Brian W. Cole, Director


Adult Detention Facility- 501 SE 8th- Topeka, Kansas 66607- (785) 291-5000- FAX (785) 291-4924
Youth Detention Facility- 401 SE 8th- Topeka, Kansas 66607- (785) 233-6459- FAX (785) 291-4963
Corrections Annex- 818 SE Adams- Topeka, Kansas 66607- (785) 291-5000- FAX (785) 291-4930

DATE:

December 15, 2015

TO:

.Board of County Commissioners

FROM:

Brian W. Cole, Director

SUBJECT:

Request to Approve Service and Preventative Maintenance Agreements for


Surveillance and Security (Access Control) System Software and Hardware

;..e._,

I am seeking your approval of the attached Equipment Maintenance and Preventative


Maintenance Service agreements for our surveillance and security (access control) systems with
Sound Products, Inc. (SPI) for a five-year period from 2016-2020.
In 201 0, the department underwent a comprehensive overhaul and upgrade to the security
surveillance system. At the time of the system upgrade, we contracted with the system design
company, SPI to provide maintenance service for that system for five years, ending December 31,
2015. We learned during these years that due to the size and complexity of the hardware and
software for the full security and surveillance systems, the once-monthly service was inadequate
to stay on top of preventative maintenance and system maintenance needs.
These agreements address the additional service needs that we have realized, and provide for a
fair market value cost for those services. The agreements cost a combined annual total of
$24,480.00, and will be paid out of the Detention Budget (IODFOOO 50230). The agreements
have been reviewed by the County Counselor's office for form and legality
Accordingly, I request that these service agreements be approved. I will be happy to answer any
questions you may have.
BWC:tp
cc:

Betty Greiner, Financial Administrator


Richard Eckert, County Counselor
Eve Kendall, Deputy Director
Timothy Phelps, Deputy Director

EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCE
SERVICE AGREEMENT
1506 SW 41st Street Topeka, KS 66609
Topeka (785)228-9669 Fax (7850228-8929 SVC 800-466-3666
AGREEMENT made this 1 day of January
, 20 ~ between Sound Products, Inc. (hereinafter called COMPANY)
and Shawnee County Departrilent of CorrectiOns
owner and operator of Shawnee County ADC, JDC, and Annex
located at 501 SE 8th Avenue, Topeka, Kansas 66607
hereinafter called SUBSCRIBER. The SUBSCRIBER is a
Corporation
Partnership
Sole Propriertorship
LLC
Other./
Title Deputy"""!Jirector
- - Email tim:pneips@snco.us
-Contact Timothy Phelps
Phone 785-251-6602
Fax 785-291-4924
Mobile._ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __
In consideration of the mutual promises hereto and other good lind valuable consideration the receipt of which is hereby
llcknowledged, it is agreed as follows:
1.

COMPANY hereby agrees to make available to SUBSCRIBER, at the above designated premises the COMPANY PROGRAM SERVICE as it
may from time to time be constituted and at times furnished. SUBSRIBER agrees to and does hereby accept the COMPANY PROGRAM
SERVICE as made available and as it may from time to time be constituted and at times furnished.

2.

LOANED EQUIPMENT. It is understood all equipment provided by COMPANY, Including but not limited to receivers, sound equipment,
video equipment, CCTV equipment, drive-thru intercom equipment and Service Source Equipment is merely loaned to the Subscriber
(hereinafter "Loaned Equipment"). Ownership and title shall remain at all times in COMPANY. COMPANY is hereby authorized and assured
peaceable entry lo SUBSCRIBER's premises to take possession of and remove its LOANED EQUIPMENT wherever it may be found without
liability for damages of any kind arising from said removal and without further notice or legal action of any kind at the termination of the
SERVICE. SUBSCRIBER agrees to retain all said equipment and any additions to or replacements of the same, at said premises, during the
period of this Agreement. In order to enable SUBSCRIBER to receive the COMPANY PROGRAM SERVICE, COMPANY shall furnish for
installation and keep in operating condition for the reception of COMPANY PROGRAMS at the above designated premises COMPANY
loaned equipment as follows: - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -

3.

PAYMENT TERMS. Subscriber agrees to pay in accordance with the established billing frequency (see box below) for the duration of this
Agreement and any extensions thereof, the following charges plus any and all subsequent local, state, federal, personal property taxes and
licensing fees which may hereafter be levied or increased from current levels and required to be paid by COMPANY. Payments are due in
advance on the first day of the calendar month, subject to increases as set in Article 12. Sales tax will be added. SUBSCRIBER to obtain any
necessary landlord or governmental approvals or permits for installation.

$ _ __

Mobile Marketing

Intrusion Monitoring

Equipment Rental

$ _ __

Music Service

Fire Monitoring

$ 1,360.00

Equipment Maintenance

$ _ __

Messaging On Hold

Video Monitoring

Preventative Maintenance

$ _ __

Audio Marketing

Opening/Closings

Other:

$ _ __

Digital 'Sign age

$ _ __

4.

Docs On Hold

$ _ _ _ _Total Recurring Service Charge

Payment

$ ____ Initial Equipment Installation or Setup Charge

Billing Frequency:-'-M-"o-'-n"'th'""ly'-----------

#of Equipment Main! Visits: _:2:..:.4Lp..:..:er-J.y...:.e.:::ar_ _ _ __

Other

options: _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __

TERM/SUBSCRIBER OBLIGATIONS. This Agreement shall become effective on the commencement date hereof and shall remain in effect
for a term of~ months through and including the _3_1__day of December 20~. This Agreement shall automatically be
renewed and shall remain in effect for successive N/A
month periods unless terminated by either party at the end of the original term or
any renewal terms by written notice sent to the other party by registered mail ninety days prior to the expiration thereof. The commencement
date of this Agreement shall be the commencement date written below or the initial date for which COMPANY PROGRAM SERVICE is billed
hereunder, whichever is later. (See additional pages hereoffor continuation.)
THIS AGREEMENT IS SUBJECT TO THE ADDITIONAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS SET FORTH ON THE REVERSE SIDE OF THIS PAGE AND THE
SCHEDULES, ADDENDUMS, AMENDMENTS AND EXHIBITS (IF ANY) ATIACHED HERETO. WHICH ARE PART OF THIS AGREEMENT AS FULLY AND
EFFECTUALLY AS IF THEY WERE SET FORTH ABOVE AND ARE INCORPORATED HEREIN BY REFERENCE.

ff{a!I'A

~~

Print Name and Title

C, /vf_

Kevin Cook, Commission Chair


Print Name and Title
Updated 7/15

6.

TERM/OBLIGATIONS (CONTINUED). SUBSCRIBER acknowledges that COMPANY is committing substantial material and financial resources to provide
equipment, services, and programs descrtbed in this Agreement and accordingly agrees that it is obligated to make all payments required under this Agreement
for the entire term and for any renewal term thereof, even if it cancels or terminates this Agreement prtor to the expiration of such term. Upon the cancellation or
Jermination of this Agreement, SUBSCRIBER shall be obligated to continue to make all monthly payments required hereunder or to pay COMPANY as liquidated
damages, a cash Jump sum of eighty-five (85) percent of the amount of all unaccrued monthly payments under the original term of the Agreement or the then
current renewal term thereof, said liquidated damages to be in addition to any sums already due for services rendered at or prtor to the day of termination. Upon
the termination of this Agreement for any reason or cause whatsoever, SUBSCRIBER shall forthwith surrender to COMPANY all of tbe said COMPANY
EQUIPMENT. COMPANY shall have to no obligation to repair, replace or otherwise restore the premises to their original condition after such removal. If
SUBSCRIBER fails to permit installation of COMPANY equipment or attempts to remove, sell or encumber in any way of the COMPANY equipment, or vacate or
dispose of the designated premises or discontinue Its business there or discontinue COMPANY SERVICE or default in any payment hereunder or violate any
other term or condition of this Agreement, or enter into any arrangement with its creditors, or if any levy or attachment is made or any proceeding In bankruptcy or
insolvency is instituted by or against SUBSCRIBER or Its business or property, then and in such event this Agreement may be terminated at the option of
COMPANY, without requirement of any other than informal notice, and SUBSCRIBER agrees to pay the current renewal term hereof, said liquidated damages to
be in addition to any sums already due for services rendered at or prior to the day of breach. All said sums shall bear interest at the highest legal rate from date
of said breach. The right of the COMPANY to collectliquidated damages shall be in addition to the right of the COMPANY to enter any premises where its
equipment is located and to repossess same in the event of default of SUBSCRIBER without due process of law and without any liability arising therefrom.

7.

PAYMENT DELINQUENCY. COMPANY may impose a monthly finance charge which will be applied to all past due amounts under this Agreement. Failure to
pay any invoice for such service shall relieve COMPANY of any obligation to provide service without further notice.

B.

HOURS OF SERVICE. Installation and Service under this agreement will be provided during the company's designated workday, 8:30a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Monday
through Friday, except Legal Holidays at COMPANY's standard hourly rate. All installation and service performed on a day or at a time other than those
previously stated shall be charged to the SUBSCRIBER at COMPANY'S normal after hours rate.

9.

EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCE. When advised of a problem, COMPANY will maintain the Loaned Equipment in satisfactory operating condition at ail times during
the term of this Agreement and will be given entry during Subscrtbe(s regular business hours to perform such maintenance. If service is for normal wear and tear
of the Loaned Equipment, service will be provided at no charge. The cost of repairing any damage to or replacing Loaned Equipment, lis components parts or
wiring due to any cause whatsoever, except normal wear and tear, shall be paid by the SUBSCRIBER. The cost of repairing or replacing SUBSCRIBER owned
equipment shall be paid by Subscriber, unless equipment maintenance has been included in Sections 3 and 4. In such event COMPANY will maintain
SUBSCRIBER'S equipment through which the PROGRAM SERVICE is provided (except telephone systems) for normal wear and tear as provided herein for
Loaned Equipment. prov'1ded however. such maintenance shall not include parts or labor for SUBSCRIBER'S owned equipment. Repair of cut or broken wires Is
not normal wear and tear.

10.

POWER OUTLET. SUBSCRIBER MOVING COMPANY'S EQUIPMENT. INSURANCE. SUBSCRIBER agrees to provide a power outlet within six (6) feet of the
COMPANY'S amplifier location. SUBSCRIBER shall not change the location of any COMPANY loaned equipment or make any additions or alterations to it and
shall be fully responsible for the good condition of lhe same, subject to reasonable use thereof, and shall adequately insure for fire and theft and shall pay all
personal property taxes thereof. If require by COMPANY, SUBSCRIBER agrees to furnish proof that SUBSCRIBER has notified its Insurance carrier of Its
obligations under this paragraph.

11.

LEGAL FEES; APPLICABLE LAW. If it shall become necessary for any reason for COMPANY to require the services of any attorney for collection of any
monies due under and pursuant to the Agreement, then and in that event SUBSCRIBER agrees to pay in addition to all monies due hereunder, a reasonable
attorney's fee and all other court collection expenses awarded by any court before this Agreement shall be pending. It is agreed by the parties that this
Agreement shall be ccnstituted in accordance with the laws of the State of Kansas and that any dispute involving the terms of this Agreement shall be determined
in the State or Federal Courts of Kansas.

12.

CHANGE OF OWNERSHIP.SUBCONTRACTORS. Sale or transfer by the Subscriber of the premises of the business herein designated shall not affect or
eliminate the obligations of this Agreement unless an equivalent new Agreement be entered into between COMPANY and the PURCHASER or TRANS FERREE.
Upon the sale or transfer by the SUBSCRIBER of the business at the premises herein designated, the SUBSCRIBER shall provide for the assumption by
PURCHASER or TRANS FERREE of all the SUBSCRIBER's obligations herein provided, and shall notify tine Purchaser or Transferee of all obligations. In the
event that such sale or transfer is affected through escrow, the SUBSCRIBER shall place the within Agreement in escrow in order to ensure the direct assumption
of such obligations by the Purchaser or Transferee. This Agreement may not be assigned by Subscriber with'out the written consent of COMPANY. However, this
Agreement is fully assignable by COMPANY. Subject to the foregoing regarding assignment, this Agreement shall inwe to the benefit and be binding upon the
heirs, executors, administrators, successors, purchasers and assigns of Subscriber. Company may use subcontractors to provide installation, repair or monitoring
services, and this Agreement shall apply to them in the same manner as it applies lo Company.

13.

PROGRAM SERVICE FEE. The Company Program Service fee covered by this agreement Is based upon today's operating costs. Should these costs be
increased, this program service fee Is subject to change. In the event that the program service fee payable hereunder be increase by COMPANY by more than
10% during any one (1) year period, the SUBSCRIBER shall have the right, at any time within 10 days after the date upon which written notice of such increased
program service fee was mailed by COMPANY to notify COMPANY by certified mail that SUBSCRIBER elects not to accept said increased Program Service Fee.
Upon receipt of such notice of election from SUBSCRIBER, COMPANY shall then have the option within 30 days to (1) cancel the increase, (2) limit the increase
to 10% or less, or (3) notify SUBSCRIBER of SUBSCRIBER's right to terminate the agreement by giving COMPANY 7 days written notice by certified mail,

14.

INTERRUPTION OF SERVICE. In the event that the COMPANY PROGRAM SERVICE is not furnished by COMPANY to SUBSCRIBER due to causes beyond
its reasonable control, including, but not limited to, theft, fire, act of God, public enemy, injunction, riot, strike, insurrection, war, court order, requisition or order of
a governmental body or authority, shortage of materials, mechanical failure. satellite failures. Internet or media streaming failures. phone carrier, phone service,
or SMS software failure, same shall not be deemed to be a breach of Agreement and COMPANY shall not be liable for any loss. damage or delay caused
thereby. COMPANY agrees that if the said PROGRAM SERVICE Is not furnished by it to SUBSCRIBER for twenty-four (24) consecutive hours and
SUBSCRIBER gives COMPANY notice of such interruption in writin~ prior to the end of the day during which said interruption commences, COMPANY will credit
SUBSCRIBER's account with an amount equal to one-thirtieth (1/30 ) of the monthly PROGRAM SERVICE charge for each consecutive 24 hour period during
which such Interruption continues, which shall ccnstitute COMPANY's sole obligation to SUBSCRIBER. Such credit shall not be given if such interruption results
from any negligence or other fault of SUBSCRIBER or from a breach by SUBSCRIBER of any term or condition of this Agreement

15.

ENTIRE AGREEMENT/ENFORCEABILITY. All representations and promises of every kind are merged into this Agreement and its Addendum constitute the
entire and only Agreement between the SUBSCRIBER and COMPANY (all prior agreements, if any between the parties being superseded hereby) and no
modification or failure to enforce any of the provisions thereof shall be valid or deemed a waiver hereof unless made in writing and signed by an officer of
COMPANY. In the event that any provision of this Agreement is found to be unconstitutional or otherwise unenforceable, the remaining provisions shall continue
to be enforceable.

16.

INDEMNITY. SUBSCRIBER agrees to indemnify, defend and hold harmless COMPANY from and against any and all claims; losses and lawsuits, including,
without limitation, the payment of all damages. expenses, costs and attorney fees incurred by COMPANY, its employees and agents, (for any patent, copyright,
trademark or trade name infringement claim brought against COMPANY as a result of COMPANY's performance under this Agreement, or for any claims by a
third party against Company for failure of the Equipment or the services rendered hereunder in any respect, alleged to be caused by Improper operation of the
Equipment or the system to which it is attached, whether due to malfunctioning or non-functioning of such items, or the negligence, active or passive, of Provider.
Such indemnity shall survive the expiration of the term of this Agreement.

17.

LIMITATION OF LAWSUITS. WAIVER OF JURY TRIAL Both SUBSCRIBER and COMPANY agree that no lawsuit or any other legal proceeding contacted with
this Agreement shall be brought or filed more than one year after the incident giving rise to the claim occurred. In addition, any such legal proceeding shall not be
heard before a jury. Each party gives up any right to a jury trial.

18.

ACCEPTANCE. This Agreement shall not be binding until it has been accepted by the signature of an authorized representative of both parties.

EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCE
SERVICE AGREEMENT ADDENDUM
1.

ADDENDUM -This addendum serves as an addition to the Program Service Agreement and includes terms and conditions that relate
specifically to the Company's equipment maintenance programs. Provisions listed here are part of the Program Service Agreement.

2.

PROGRAM OVERVIEW- The purpose of EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCE PROGRAM is to keep the CCTV and Access Control
equipment at a SUBSRIBER'S location in good operating condition. This program provides for the regular schedule maintenance
visits each month to work on work orders provided by the SCDC Maintenance Department for the SUBSCRIBER's security
equipment installed or maintained by COMPANY and listed on SCHEDULE A.

3.

GENERAL SCOPE OF COVERAGE- Equipment Maintenance Work Orders, which include labor and travel for scheduled site visits,
will occur per the frequency schedule noted under Section 3. Maintenance shall include (a) all current manufactured equipment,
labor required to repair or replace Equipment which has become defective through normal wear and usage, (b) is intended to keep the
Equipment in, or restore the Equipment to, good working order and (c) perform required firmware and software updates. This service
does not assure against interruptions in operation of the Equipment and all included services covered by this Agreement must occur
within the scheduled time to not incur any additional charges as defined within this Agreement. A written quotation will be provided
for any labor, equipment, repairs or new equipment Installation required outside the coverage of the EQUIPMENT
MAINTENANCE AGREEMENT.

4.

WRITTEN REPORTS - A written report in the form of a work order will be provided to the SUBSCRIBER following each site visit,
indicating the status, any deficiencies and corrective action taken.

5.

TELEPHONE SUPPORT- Telephone support will be available Monday through Friday from 8:30a.m. to 5:00p.m. for any maintenance
or service questions. All service calls will be responded to within 4 hours.

6.

SERVICE SUPPORT- COMPANY will provide on-site field support (Labor only) as needed. SUBSCRIBER will be provided with
Twenty Four (24) service site visits per year at no extra charge. The service call cap is set at eight hours per scheduled visit

7.

SERVICE PARTS AND EQUIPMENT DISCOUNT- SUBSCRIBER will receive a 20% discount off published Manufacturers list pricing
(MSRP) on all service related parts and equipment.

B.

HOURLY SERVICE LABOR RATE DISCOUNT- SUBSCRIBER will receive a discounted service rate of $85.00 per hour for any
service calls related to systems operation not covered by the agreement or additional hours required during a month exceeding the
scheduled equipment maintenance visits.

9.

EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCE/INSURANCE/POWER OUTLET. SUBSCRIBER shall grant to COMPANY service personnel full and
free access to the Equipment listed in Schedule A during SUBSCRIBER's regular business hours to perform such maintenance, subject
only to SUBSCRIBER's security regulations which SUBSCRIBER shall disclose in advance to COMPANY. SUBSCRIBER agrees to (a)
prevent unauthorized adjustment, repair or modification to the Equipment, (b) ensure that the Equipment is utilized in accordance with
the applicable Provider's and/or manufacturer's specifications, and (c) keep all walls, doors, windows or other elements of the Premises
as now constructed (or subsequently altered) maintained in such condition, at SUBSCIBER's expense, as to permit proper operation of
the Equipment and the system to which the Equipment is a part. In order to protect SUBSCRIBER from losses resulting from damage
to, or destruction of the Equipment or any of SUBSCRIBER's systems, SUBSCRIBER shall include the Equipment and such systems in
the coverage provided in its liability and fire insurance policies. The SUBSCRIBER shall,. in all cases and at no charge to COMPANY,
perform such non-skilled checks and tests as may reasonably be requested by COMPANY and to notify COMPANY promptly if any of
the Equipment fails to properly respond to any such check or test. These tests shall not require the SUBSCRIBER to furnish specialized
equipment. In the event that any of the Subscriber responsibilities identified in this Section are not fulfilled, Provider shall have the right
to immediately withdraw the affected Equipment from service coverage under this Agreement without affecting the scheduled charges
noted on the front of this Agreement.

10.

LIMITED WARRANTY AND LIMITATION OF LIABILITY. Company warrants all work performed by Company hereunder against
defects in materials and workmanship for a period of 30 days from the date of performance of such work. THE PARTIES AGREE THAT
CUSTOMER'S SOLE REMEDY FOR BREACH OF SUCH WARRANTY SHALL BE FOR CUSTOMER TO REQUIRE COMPANY TO
CORRECT, REPAIR OR REPLACE ANY WORK BY PROVIDER THAT DOES NOT COMPLY WITH THE FOREGOING WARRANTY.
EXCEPT AS EXPRESSLY PROVIDED IN THIS SECTION 9, COMPANY GIVES NO REPRESENTATION OR WARRANTY, EXPRESS
OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A
PARTICULAR PURPOSE, IN CONNECTION WITH SERVICES AND MATERIALS SOLD OR SUPPLIED HEREUNDER. IN NO
EVENT SHALL COMPANY BE LIABLE TO CUSTOMER FOR ANY INDIRECT, SPECIAL, INCIDENTAL, CONSEQUENTIAL,
PUNITIVE OR OTHER DAMAGES, WHETHER BASED IN TORT OR CONTRACT, INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE, ARISING OUT OF,
OR IN CONNECTION WITH THIS AGREEMENT, THE OPERATION OF EQUIPMENT AND/OR SERVICES, EVEN IF COMPANY HAS
BEEN ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGES OR LOSS. WHTHOUT LIMITING THE FOREGOING PROVISIONS OF
THIS SECTION 8, THE PARTIES AGREE (A) THAT BECAUSE (1) CUSTOMER SHALL OPTAIN INSURANCE AS PROVIDED IN
SECTION 10 OF PROGRAM SERVICE AGREEMENT, TOGETHER WITH SUCH ADDITIONAL INSURANCE AS CUSTOMER SHALL
DESIRE, AND (ll) THE FEES AND CHARGES PAYABLE UNDER THIS AGREEMENT BY CUSTOMER TO THE COMPANY ARE
BASED ON THE VALUE OF COMPANY'S SERVICES AND UPON THE LIABILITY LIMITATIONS IN THIS SECTION 9, SUCH FEES
AND CHARGES HAVE NO RELATION TO THE VALUE OF THE EQUIPMENT OR TOANY OTHER EQUIPMENT OR ITEMS AT THE
PREMISES, AND (B) THEREFORE THAT THE MAXIMUM LIABILITY OF PROVIDER HEREUNDER, FOR ANY DAMAGE OR LOSS,
WHETHER TO PERSON, PROPERTY OR OTHERWISE, SHALL BE LIMITED TO THE AGGREGATE AMOUNT PAID BY
CUSTOMER TO PROVIDER HEREUNDER.

Subscriber Initials-.:--:.,-,---Company Initials

MSL.

Sound Products, Inc.

EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCE AGREEMENT


AMENDMENT A
Effective January 1, 2016
Shawnee County Department of Corrections

Hourly Charges:

Work beginning after 6:00 pm


Weekend work
Federal Holidays

$ 97.50 per hour


$ 112.50 per hour

$ 130.00 per hour

Response Time:

Sound Products office is available 24 hours per day 7 days per week by telephone. After normal
business hours our telephone system will forward the caller to a live operator who is in contact with our
service staff afterhours. Our technicians will call you back within the hour to attempt to resolve issues
via the telephone first. Sound Products is committed to responding to all on-site service call within 24
hours of the service call being placed. The exception to this policy will be if the next available service
time falls on a weekend and the Customer does not authorize the additional cost, then the service will be
performed during regular business hours the next available business day. If for some reason the
appropriate staff is not available to respond within 24 hours to the service call, Sound Products will
contact the Customer to arrange a solution and establish an available date and time in which the service
call will be completed.

Term:

The Customer can cancel this Agreement on the Annual Renewal date in any given year.

NON-APPROPRIATION OF FUNDS. You intend to remit all payments to us for the full Term if funds are legally available. You agree to do all things within
your power to obtain and maintain funds from which the payment may be paid, including making provisions for such payments to the extent necessary in
each annual budget submitted and adopted in accordance with applicable provisions of the laws of the State, to have such portion of the budget approved
and to exhaust all available review and appeals in the event such portion of the budget is not approved. You are, however, only obligated to pay rent under
this Lease in fiscal years in which funds have been appropriated. In the event your governing body does not appropriate funds at any time during the Term
for the Equipment or Services subject to this Agreement or for Equipment or Services which are functionally similar to the Equipment or Services and
operating funds are not otherwise available to you to pay the payments due and to become due under this Lease, and there is no other legal procedure or
available funds by or with which payment can be made to us, you may terminate this Agreement on the last day of the fiscal period for which funds were
appropriated, and all obligations to make payments shall terminate at the end of such fiscal period except as to the portion of payment for which funds shall
have been appropriated and budgeted. This is providing that if you have Equipment that needs to be returned and you have not delivered possession of
the Equipment to us and conveyed the Equipment or released your interest in the Equipment by the last day of the fiscal period, the termination will
nevertheless be effective but you will be responsible for the payment of damages in an amount equal to the amount of the payment thereafter coming due
which is attributable to the number of days after such fiscal period during which you fail to take such action, and for any other loss we may have suffered as
a result of your failure to take such actions as required.
In the event of a non-appropriation of funds, at least sixty (60) days prior to the end of your fiscal year, your chief executive officer (or legal counsel) shall
certify In writing that (a) funds have not been appropriated for the fiscal period, (b) you have done all things within your power to obtain and maintain funds
from which the payment may be paid and (c) you have exhausted all funds legally available for the payment. To the extent permitted by law, if you terminate
this Agreement because of non-appropriation of funds, you may not purchase, lease or rent Equipment or procure Services performing functions similar to
those performed by the Equipment or similar Services for a period of twelve (12) months. This Section 4 shall not permit you to terminate this Agreement in
order to acquire any other Equipment or Services or to allocate funds directly or indirectly to perform essentially the application for which the Equipment or
Services is intended.
Company: Sound Products, Inc.

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Customer: Shawnee County Department of Corrections

By:\

By: _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __

Sound Products Authonze!signatUre

Authorized Signature

Mark S Rau. General Manager

Kevin Cook, Commission Chair

(Form revised April 2012)

SHAWNEE COUNTY JAIL


EQUIPMENT MAINTANENCE
SCHEDULE A
REVISED JANUARY 1, 2016
Equipment to be covered by Sound Products as part of the Equipment Maintenance Service
Agreement include the following systems and the installed equipment listed herein.
Systems Covered:

CTI Door Control Systems including PLC's


CTIIntercom Systems
CTI Work Officer Stations
DSX Card Access Systems
Avigilon HD Camera Systems
Avigilon Work Stations
Pelco Analog Cameras
Installed CCTV and Intercom Wiring and Fiber
Systems Related Network lnfrustructure

Model Number
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UD3

Description
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Install Date
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MID ATLANTIC 3 SPACE RACK DRAW

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ClOCH6

PELCO 24V COLOR 540TVL CAMERA


PELCO 24V COLORS40TVL CAMERA

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C10CH6

PELCO 24V COLOR 540TVL CAMERA

5/27/10

C10CH6

PELCO 24V COLOR 540TVL CAMERA

5/27/10

C10CH6

PELCO 24V COLOR 540TVL CAMERA

5/27/10

C10CH6

PELCO 24V COLOR 540TVL CAMERA

5/27/10

C10CH6

PELCO 24V COLOR S40TVL CAMERA

5/27/10

16C-5.0TBH D-NVR
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AVIGILON 16 PORT NVR 5TB DRIVE

5/27/10

AVIGILON 8 PORT NVR 10TB DRIVE

5/27/10

HD-NVR-EXP7.5TB

AVIGILON 7.5 TB RAID 5 DRIVE

5/27/10

HD-NVR-EXP7.5TB

AVIGILON 7.5 TB RAID 5 DRIVE

5/27/10

HD-NVR-EXP7.5TB

AVIGILON 7.5 TB RAID 5 DRIVE

5/27/10

HD-NVR-EXP7.5TB

AVIGILON 7.5 TB RAID 5 DRIVE

5/27/10

HD-NVR-EXP7 .5TB

AVIGILON 7.5 TB RAID 5 DRIVE

5/27/10

C10CH6

HD-NVR-EXP7.5TB

AVIGILON 7.5 TB RAID 5 DRIVE

5/27/10

HD-NVR-EXP7.5TB

AVIGILON 7.5 TB RAID 5 DRIVE

5/27/10

HD-NVR-EXP7.5TB

AVIGILON 7.5 TB RAID 5 DRIVE

5/27/10

HD-NVR-EXP7.5TB
HD-NVR-EXP7.5TB

AVIGILON 7.5 TB RAID 5 DRIVE


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5/27/10

HD-NVR-2ND-PS

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5/27/10

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5/27/10

HD-NVR-2ND-PS

AVIGILON SECONDARY POWER SUPPL

5/27/10

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5/27/10

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AVIGILON SECONDARY POWER SUPPL

5/27/10

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AVIGILON SECONDARY POWER SUPPL

5/27/10

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5/27/10

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AVIGILON SINGLE AUDIO LICENSE

5/27/10

HD-NVMS-ADD-1A

AVIGILON SINGLE AUDIO LICENSE

5/27/10

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AVIGILON SINGLE AUDIO LICENSE

5/27/10

HD-NVMS-ADD-1A

AVIGILON SINGLE AUDIO LICENSE

5/27/10

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5/27/10

HD-NVMS-ADD-1A

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5/27/10

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5/27/10

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AVIGILON WORKSTATION 2 MONITOR

5/27/10

RMW-5400-4MN

AVIGILON WORKSTATION 4 OUTPUT

5/27/10

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5/27/10

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5/27/10

RMW-5400-4MN

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5/27/10

M2300

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5/27/10

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AVIGILON 24" LCD 2.3 MP MONITO

5/27/10

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AVIGILON CONTROL CENTER DEV Kl

5/27/10

WMRK-4242SVR

MIDDLE ATLANTIC SERVER RACK

5/27/10

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MIDDLE ATLANTIC SERVER RACK

5/27/10

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AVIGILON CONTROL CENTER DEV Kl

5/27/10

HD-NVMS-ADD-1C

AVIGILON software license 1 ad

5/27/10

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AVIGILON software license 1 ad

5/27/10

HD-NVMS-ADD-1C

AVIGILON software license 1 ad

5/27/10

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AVIGILON software license 1 ad

5/27/10

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AVIGILON software license 1 ad

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AVIGILON 16 MEGAPIXEL CAMERA

6/30/10

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AVIGILON 11 MEGAPIXEL CAMERA

6/30/10

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6/30/10

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6/30/10

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6/30/10

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AVIGILON 5MP HD CAMERA

6/30/10

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AVIGILON 5MP HD CAMERA

6/30/10

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AVIGILON 5MP HD CAMERA

6/30/10

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AVIGILON 5MP HD CAMERA

6/30/10

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AVIGILON 5MP HD CAMERA

6/30/10

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AVIGILON 5MP HD CAMERA

6/30/10

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6/30/10

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AVIGILON 4 PORT VIDEO ENCODER
AVIGILON 4 PORT VIDEO ENCODER
AVIGILON 4 PORT VIDEO ENCODER
AVIGILON 4 PORT VIDEO ENCODER
AVIGILON 4 PORT VIDEO ENCODER
AVIGILON 4 PORT VIDEO ENCODER
AVIGILON 4 PORT VIDEO ENCODER
AVIGILON 4 PORT VIDEO ENCODER
AVIGILON 4 PORT VIDEO ENCODER
AVIGILON 4 PORT VIDEO ENCODER
AVIGILON 4 PORT VIDEO ENCODER
AVIGILON 4 PORT VIDEO ENCODER
AVIGILON 4 PORT VIDEO ENCODER
AVIGILON 4 PORT VIDEO ENCODER
AVIGILON 4 PORT VIDEO ENCODER
AVIGILON 4 PORT VIDEO ENCODER
AVIGILON 4 PORT VIDEO ENCODER
AVIGILON 4 PORT VIDEO ENCODER
AVIGILON 4 PORT VIDEO ENCODER
AVIGILON 4 PORT VIDEO ENCODER
AVIGILON 4 PORT VIDEO ENCODER
AVIGILON 4 PORT VIDEO ENCODER
AVIGILON 4 PORT VIDEO ENCODER
AVIGILON 4 PORT VIDEO ENCODER
AVIGILON 4 PORT VIDEO ENCODER
AVIGILON 4 PORT VIDEO ENCODER
AVIGILON 4 PORT VIDEO ENCODER
AVIGILON 4 PORT VIDEO ENCODER
AVIGILON 4 PORT VIDEO ENCODER
AVIGILON 4 PORT VIDEO ENCODER
AVIGILON 4 PORT VIDEO ENCODER
AVIGILON 4 PORT VIDEO ENCODER
AVIGILON 4 PORT VIDEO ENCODER
AVIGILON 4 PORT VIDEO ENCODER
AVIGILON 4 PORT VIDEO ENCODER
AVIGILON 4 PORT VIDEO ENCODER
AVIGILON 4 PORT VIDEO ENCODER
AVIGILON 4 PORT VIDEO ENCODER
AVIGILON 4 PORT VIDEO ENCODER
AVIGILON 4 PORT VIDEO ENCODER
AVIGILON 4 PORT VIDEO ENCODER
AVIGILON 4 PORT VIDEO ENCODER
AVIGILON 4 PORT VIDEO ENCODER
AVIGILON 4 PORT VIDEO ENCODER
AVIGILON 4 PORT VIDEO ENCODER
AVIGILON 4 PORT VIDEO ENCODER
AVIGILON 4 PORT VIDEO ENCODER
AVIGILON 4 PORT VIDEO ENCODER

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ENC-4PORT
ENC-4PORT
ENC-4PORT
ENC-4PORT
ENC-4PORT
ENC-4PORT
ENC-4PORT
ENC-4PORT
ENC-4PORT
ENC-4PORT
ENC-4PORT
ENC-4PORT
ENC-4PORT
ENC-4PORT
ENC-4PORT
ENC-4PORT
ENC-4PORT
ENC-4PORT
ENC-4PORT
ENC-BRK1U
ENC-BRK1U
ENC-BRK1U
ENC-BRK1U
ENC-BRK1U
ENC-BRK1U
ENC-BRK1U
ENC-BRK1U
ENC-BRK1U
ENC-BRK1U
ENC-BRK1U
ENC-BRK1U
ENC-BRK1U
ENC-BRK1U
ENC-BRK1U
ENC-BRK1U
ENC-BRK1U
ENC-BRK1U
ENC-BRK1U
ENC-BRK1U
ENC-BRK1U
ENC-BRK1U
ENC-BRK1U
ENC-BRK1U
ENC-BRK1U
ENC-BRK1U
8.0MPHDDOME360
8.0MPHDDOME360
8.0MPHDDOME360
8.0MPHDDOME360

AVIGILON 4 PORT VIDEO ENCODER


AVIGILON 4 PORT VIDEO ENCODER
AVIGILON 4 PORT VIDEO ENCODER
AVIGILON 4 PORT VIDEO ENCODER
AVIGILON 4 PORT VIDEO ENCODER
AVIGILON 4 PORT VIDEO ENCODER
AVIGILON 4 PORT VIDEO ENCODER
AVIGILON 4 PORT VIDEO ENCODER
AVIGILON 4 PORT VIDEO ENCODER
AVIGILON 4 PORT VIDEO ENCODER
AVIGILON 4 PORT VIDEO ENCODER
AVIGILON 4 PORT VIDEO ENCODER
AVIGILON 4 PORT VIDEO ENCODER
AVIGILON 4 PORT VIDEO ENCODER
AVIGILON 4 PORT VIDEO ENCODER
AVIGILON 4 PORT VIDEO ENCODER
AVIGILON 4 PORT VIDEO ENCODER
AVIGILON 4 PORT VIDEO ENCODER
AVIGILON 4 PORT VIDEO ENCODER
AVIGILON ENCODER RACK MOUNT
AVIGILON ENCODER RACK MOUNT
AVIGILON ENCODER RACK MOUNT
AVIGILON ENCODER RACK MOUNT
AVIGILON ENCODER RACK MOUNT
AVIGILON ENCODER RACK MOUNT
AVIGILON ENCODER RACK MOUNT
AVIGILON ENCODER RACK MOUNT
AVIGILON ENCODER RACK MOUNT
AVIGILON ENCODER RACK MOUNT
AVIGILON ENCODER RACK MOUNT
AVIGILON ENCODER RACK MOUNT
AVIGILON ENCODER RACK MOUNT
AVIGILON ENCODER RACK MOUNT
AVIGILON ENCODER RACK MOUNT
AVIGILON ENCODER RACK MOUNT
AVIGILON ENCODER RACK MOUNT
AVIGILON ENCODER RACK MOUNT
AVIGILON ENCODER RACK MOUNT
AVIGILON ENCODER RACK MOUNT
AVIGILON ENCODER RACK MOUNT
AVIGILON ENCODER RACK MOUNT
AVIGILON ENCODER RACK MOUNT
AVIGILON ENCODER RACK MOUNT
AVIGILON ENCODER RACK MOUNT
AVIGILON ENCODER RACK MOUNT
AVIGILON 8MP 360 DEGREE DOME C
AVIGILON 8MP 360 DEGREE DOME C
AVIGILON 8MP 360 DEGREE DOME C
AVIGILON 8MP 360 DEGREE DOME C

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AVIGILON 8MP 360 DEGREE DOME C

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AVIGILON 8MP 360 DEGREE DOME C

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8.0MPHDDOME360

AVIGILON 8MP 360 DEGREE DOME C

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8.0MPHDDOME360

AVIGILON 8MP 360 DEGREE DOME C

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8.0MPHDDOME360

AVIGILON 8MP 360 DEGREE DOME C

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8.0M PHDDOME360

AVIGILON 8MP 360 DEGREE DOME C

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8.0MPHDDOME360

AVIGILON 8MP 360 DEGREE DOME C

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8.0MPHDDOME360

AVIGILON 8MP 360 DEGREE DOME C

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8.0MPHDDOME360

AVIGILON 8MP 360 DEGREE DOME C

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8.0MPHDDOME360

AVIGILON 8MP 360 DEGREE DOME C

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8.0M PHDDOME360

AVIGILON 8MP 360 DEGREE DOME C

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8.0MPHDDOME360

AVIGILON 8MP 360 DEGREE DOME C

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8.0MPHDDOME360

AVIGILON 8MP 360 DEGREE DOME C

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8.0MPHDDOME360

AVIGILON 8MP 360 DEGREE DOME C

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8.0MPHDDOME360

AVIGILON 8MP 360 DEGREE DOME C

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8.0MPHDDOME360

AVIGILON 8MP 360 DEGREE DOME C

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8.0MPHDDOME360

AVIGILON 8MP 360 DEGREE DOME C

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8.0MPHDDOME3~0

AVIGILON 8MP 360 DEGREE DOME C

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8.0MPHDDOME360

AVIGILON 8MP 360 DEGREE DOME C

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8.0MPHDDOME360

AVIGILON 8MP 360 DEGREE DOME C

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8.0MPHDDOME360

AVIGILON 8MP 360 DEGREE DOME C

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8.0M PHDDOME360

AVIGILON 8MP 360 DEGREE DOME C

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2.0MP-HDDOME-DN

AVIGILON 2MP HD DOME CAMERA

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2.0M P-HDDOME-DN

AVIGILON 2MP HD DOME CAMERA

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2.0MP-HDDOME-DN

AVIGILON 2MP HD DOME CAMERA

LC2612TA

AVIGILON 2.4-8MM LENS

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LC2612TA

AVIGILON 2.4-8MM LENS

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LC2612TA

AVIGILON 2.4-8MM LENS

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LC2612TA

AVIGILON 2.4-8MM LENS

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LC2612TA

AVIGILON 2.4-8MM LENS

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LC41214SC

AVIGILON 4-12MM LENS

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LC41214SC

AVIGILON 4-12MM LENS

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LC88016TA

AVIGILON 8-80MM LENS

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LC88016TA

AVIGILON 8-80MM LENS

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LC88016TA

AVIGILON 8-80MM LENS

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LC88016TA

AVIGILON 8-80MM LENS

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LC88016TA

AVIGILON 8-80MM LENS

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LEF8518CA

CANON 85MM PRO LENS

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LEF8518CA

CANON 85MM PRO LENS

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LEF8518CA

CANON 85MM PRO LENS

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LEF8518CA

CANON 85MM PRO LENS

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LEF5018CA

CANON SOMM PRO CAMERA LENS

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LEF5018CA

CANON SOMM PRO CAMERA LENS

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C10CH6

PELCO 24V COLOR 540TVL CAMERA

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C10CH6

PELCO 24V COLOR 540TVL CAMERA

C10CH6

PELCO 24V COLOR 540TVL CAMERA

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C10CH6

PELCO 24V COLOR 540TVL CAMERA

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13VA2812

PELCO 2.8-12MM 1/3" VARI-FOCAL

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13VA2812

PELCO 2.8-12MM 1/3" VARI-FOCAL

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13VA2812
13VA2812
TPE-112GS
TPE-112GS
TPE-112GS
TPE-112GS
TPE-112GS
TPE-112GS
TPE-112GS
TPE-112GS
TPE-112GS
TPE-112GS
TPE-112GS
TPE-112GS
TPE-112GS
TPE-112GS
TPE-112GS
TPE-112GS
TPE-112GS
TPE-112GS
TPE-112GS
TPE-112GS
TPE-112GS
TPE-112GS
TPE-112GS
TPE-112GS
TPE-112GS
TPE-112GS
TPE-112GS
TPE-112GS
TPE-112GS
TPE-1i2GS
TPE-112GS
TPE-112GS
TPE-112GS
TPE-112GS
TPE-112GS
ES-HD-PRO-S-H B
ES-HD-PRO-S-HB
ES-HD-PRO-S-HB
ES-HD-PRO-S-HB
ES-HD-PRO-S-H B
ES-HD-PRO-S-H B
ES-OPT-WALL-SL
ES-OPT-WALL-SL
ES-OPT-WALL-SL
ES-OPT-WALL-SL
ES-OPT-WALL-SL
ES-OPT-WALL-SL

PELCO 2.8-12MM 1/3" VARI-FOCAL


PELCO 2.8-12MM 1/3" VARI-FOCAL
TRENDNET POE SPLITTER 12V GIG
TRENDNET POE SPLITTER 12V GIG
TRENDNET POE SPLITTER 12V GIG
TRENDNET POE SPLITTER 12V GIG
TRENDNET POE SPLITTER 12V GIG
TRENDNET POE SPLITTER 12V GIG
TRENDNET POE SPLITTER 12V GIG
TRENDNET POE SPLITTER 12V GIG
TRENDNET POE SPLITTER 12V GIG
TRENDNET POE SPLITTER 12V GIG
TRENDNET POE SPLITTER 12V GIG
TRENDNET POE SPLITTER 12V GIG
TRENDNET POE SPLITTER 12V GIG
TRENDNET POE SPLITTER 12V GIG
TRENDNET POE SPLITTER 12V GIG
TRENDNET POE SPLITTER 12V GIG
TRENDNET POE SPLITTER 12V GIG
TRENDNET POE SPLITTER 12V GIG
TRENDNET POE SPLITTER 12V GIG
TRENDNET POE SPLITTER 12V GIG
TRENDNET POE SPLITTER 12V GIG
TRENDNET POE SPLITTER 12V GIG
TRENDNET POE SPLITTER 12V GIG
TRENDNET POE SPLITTER 12V GIG
TRENDNET POE SPLITTER 12V GIG
TRENDNET POE SPLITTER 12V GIG
TRENDNET POE SPLITTER 12V GIG
TRENDNET POE SPLITTER 12V GIG
TRENDNET POE SPLITTER 12V GIG
TRENDNET POE SPLITTER 12V GIG
TRENDNET POE SPLITTER 12V GIG
TRENDNET POE SPLITTER 12V GIG
TRENDNET POE SPLITTER 12V GIG
TRENDNET POE SPLITTER 12V GIG
TRENDNET POE SPLITTER 12V GIG
AVIGILON PRO OUTDOOR ENCLOSURE
AVIGILON PRO OUTDOOR ENCLOSURE
AVIGILON PRO OUTDOOR ENCLOSURE
AVIGILON PRO OUTDOOR ENCLOSURE
AVIGILON PRO OUTDOOR ENCLOSURE
AVIGILON PRO OUTDOOR ENCLOSURE
AVIGILON PRO WALL MOUNT
AVIGILON PRO WALL MOUNT
AVIGILON PRO WALL MOUNT
AVIGILON PRO WALL MOUNT
AVIGILON PRO WALL MOUNT
AVIGILON PRO WALL MOUNT

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SS-ES-PRO-S-HB
SS-ES-PRO-S-HB
SS-ES-PRO-S-HB
SS-ES-PRO-S-HB
SS-ES-PRO-S-HB
SS-ES-PRO-S-HB
ES-HD-HB
ES-HD-HB
ES-HD-HB
ES-HD-HB
ES-HD-HB
ES-HD-HB
ES-HD-HB
ES-OPT-WALL-S
ES-OPT-WALL-S
ES-OPT-WALL-S
ES-OPT-WALL-S
ES-OPT-WALL-S
ES-OPT-WALL-S
ES-OPT-WALL-S
SS-ES-HB
SS-ES-HB
SS-ES-HB
SS-ES-HB
SS-ES-HB
SS-ES-HB
SS-ES-HB
C2E-P
C2E-P
SGE2000P
SGE2000P
SGE2000P
SGE2000P
SGE2000P
SGE2000P
SGE2000P
MGBSX1
MGBSX1
MGBSX1
MGBSX1
MGBSX1
MGBSX1
MGBSX1
MGBSX1
MGBSX1
MGBSX1
MGBSX1
MGBSX1
MGBSX1

AVIGILON PRO SUN SHROUD


AVIGILON PRO SUN SHROUD
AVIGILON PRO SUN SHROUD
AVIGILON PRO SUN SHROUD
AVIGILON PRO SUN SHROUD
AVIGILON PRO SUN SHROUD
AVIGILON HD OUTDOOR ENCLOSURE
AVIGILON HD OUTDOOR ENCLOSURE
AVIGILON HD OUTDOOR ENCLOSURE
AVIGILON HD OUTDOOR ENCLOSURE
AVIGILON HD OUTDOOR ENCLOSURE
AVIGILON HD OUTDOOR ENCLOSURE
AVIGILON HD OUTDOOR ENCLOSURE
AVIGILON HD WALL MOUNT
AVIGILON HD WALL MOUNT
AVIGILON HD WALL MOUNT
AVIGILON HD WALL MOUNT
AVIGILON HD WALL MOUNT
AVIGILON HD WALL MOUNT
AVIGILON HD WALL MOUNT
AVIGILON HD SUN SHROUD
AVIGILON HD SUN SHROUD
AVIGILON HD SUN SHROUD
AVIGILON HD SUN SHROUD
AVIGILON HD SUN SHROUD
AVIGILON HD SUN SHROUD
AVIGILON HD SUN SHROUD
AVIGILON COAX TO ETHERNET CONV
AVIGILON COAXTO ETHERNETCONV
CISCO 24 PORT ETHERNET SWITCH
CISCO 24 PORT ETHERNET SWITCH
CISCO 24 PORT ETHERNET SWITCH
CISCO 24 PORT ETHERNET SWITCH
CISCO 24 PORT ETHERNET SWITCH
CISCO 24 PORT ETHERNET SWITCH
CISCO 24 PORT ETHERNET SWITCH
CISCO FSP FIBER TRANCEIVER
CISCO FSP FIBER TRANCEIVER
CISCO FSP FIBER TRANCEIVER
CISCO FSP FIBER TRANCEIVER
CISCO FSP FIBER TRANCEIVER
CISCO FSP FIBER TRANCEIVER
CISCO FSP FIBER TRANCEIVER
CISCO FSP FIBER TRANCEIVER
CISCO FSP FIBER TRANCEIVER
CISCO FSP FIBER TRANCEIVER
CISCO FSP FIBER TRANCEIVER
CISCO FSP FIBER TRANCEIVER
CISCO FSP FIBER TRANCEIVER

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MGBSX1

CISCO FSP FIBER TRANCEIVER

6/30/10

STM-42L

SAMSUNG 42" LCD SECURITY MONIT

6/30/10

STM-42L

SAMSUNG 42" LCD SECURITY MONIT

STM-42L

SAMSUNG 42" LCD SECURITY MONIT

6/30/10
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STM-42.L

SAMSUNG 42" LCD SECURITY MONIT

6/30/10

S.OMP-HD-DM-180

AVIGILON 8MP HD DOME CAMERA 18

6/30/10

8.0MP-HD-DM-180

AVIGILON 8MP HD DOME CAMERA 18

6/30/10

S.OMP-HD-DM-180

AVIGILON 8MP HD DOME CAMERA 18

6/30/10

S.OMP-HD-DM-180

AVIGILON 8MP HD DOME CAMERA 18

6/30/10

S.OMP-HD-DM-180

AVIGILON 8MP HD DOME CAMERA 18

6/30/10

S.OMP-HD-DM-180

AVIGILON 8MP HD DOME CAMERA 18

6/30/10

9A1875B

DUKANE REMOTE INTERCOM AMPLIFI

7/30/10

562

SHURE GOOSENECK MIC

9/29/10

562

SHURE GOOSENECK MIC

9/29/10

562

SHURE GOOSENECK MIC

9/29/10

562

SHURE GOOSENECK MIC

9/29/10

562

SHURE GOOSENECK MIC

9/29/10

PMCL317A

PELCO 17" CCTV FLAT SCREEN LCD

9/29/10

PT660

PEERLESS UNIVERSAL WALL MOUNT

9/29/10

PLCM-UNL-CP

Plasma ceiling mount includes

9/29/10

PLCM-UNL-CP

Plasma ceiling mount includes

9/29/10

PLCM-UNL-CP

Plasma ceiling mount includes

9/29/10

C10CH6

PELCO 24V COLOR 540TVL CAMERA

C10CH6

PELCO 24V COLOR 540TVL CAMERA

10/18/10

C10CH6

PELCO 24V COLOR 540TVL CAMERA

10/18/10

C10CH6

PELCO 24V COLOR 540TVL CAMERA

10/18/10

C10CH6

PELCO 24V COLOR 540TVL CAMERA

10/18/10

ClOCH6

PELCO 24V COLOR 540TVL CAMERA

10/18/10

10/18/10

C10CH6

PELCO 24V COLOR 540TVL CAMERA

10/18/10

SMART1000RM1U

TRIPP-UTE 1000 VA 1U RACKMOUN

10/31/10

SMART1000RM1U

TRIPP-LITE 1000 VA 1U RACKMOUN

10/31/10

SY30K40F

APC SYMMETRA PX30KW UPS

10/31/10

SYCFXR8-8

APC SYMMETRA PX BATTERY FRAME

10/31/10

M2300

AVIGILON 24" LCD 2.3 MP MONITO

10/31/10

M2300

AVIGILON 24" LCD 2.3 MP MONITO

10/31/10

M2300

AVIGILON 24" LCD 2.3 MP MONITO

10/31/10

M2300

AVIGILON 24" LCD 2.3 MP MONITO

10/31/10

M2300

AVIGILON 24" LCD 2.3 MP MONITO

10/31/10

M2300

AVIGILON 24" LCD 2.3 MP MONITO

10/31/10

M2300

AVIGILON 24" LCD 2.3 MP MONITO

10/31/10

M2300

AVIGILON 24" LCD 2.3 MP MONITO

10/31/10

M2300

AVIGILON 24" LCD 2.3 MP MONITO

10/31/10

ACC-SDK-DEV

AVIGILON CONTROL CENTER DEV Kl

10/31/10

llMP-HD-PRO-C

AVIGILON 11 MEGAPIXEL CAMERA

10/31/10

5.0MP-HD-DN

AVIGILON 5MP HD CAMERA

10/31/10

8.0MPHDDOME360

AVIGILON 8MP 360 DEGREE DOME C

10/31/10

8.0M PH DDO M E360

AVIGILON 8MP 360 DEGREE DOME C

10/31/10

2.0MP-HDDOME-DN

AVIGJLON 2MP HD DOME CAMERA

10/31/10

LC2612TA

AVIGILON 2.4-8MM LENS

10/31/10

LC41214SC

AVIGILON 4-12MM LENS

10/31/10

8.0M P-H D-DM-180

AVIGILON 8MP HD DOME CAMERA 18

10/31/10

LCD22

21.5" LCD MONITOR

10/31/10

LCD22

21.5" LCD MONITOR

10/31/10

LCD22

21.5" LCD MONITOR

10/31/10

LCD22

21.5" LCD MONITOR

10/31/10

LCD22

21.5" LCD MONITOR

10/31/10

LCD22

21.5" LCD MONITOR

10/31/10

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ELO 19" TOUCHSCREEN MONITOR
PELCO 24V COLOR 540TVL CAMERA
DUKANE 60 WATT PAGING AMPLIFIE
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AVIGILON 10 TB SERVER
AVIGILON ENCODER RACK MOUNT
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AVIGILON 16 CHANNEL NVMS SOFTW
AVIGILON 2.0 Megapixel (1080p)
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CISCO 24 PORT ETHERNET SWITCH
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AVIGILON 1 CHANNEL NVMS SOFTWA
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TRENDNET POE SPLITTER 12V GIG
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1/31/13

E686772

ELO 19" TOUCHSCREEN MONITOR

1/31/13

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TATUNG 17" LCD MONITOR WITH BN

2/28/13

CX108V

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10/31/14

1CHDNVMSENT

AVIGILON 1 CHANNEL NVMS SOFTWA

4/30/15

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4/30/15

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TRENDNET POE SPLITIER 12V GIG

6/26/15

TPE-112GS

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6/26/15

TPE-112GS

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TPE-112GS

TRENDNET POE SPLITIER 12V GIG

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5.0-H3-D01

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13VD2812

PELCO 2.8-12MM VARI-FOCAL LENS

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PELCO 2.8-12MM VARI-FOCAL LENS

6/30/15

13VD2812

PELCO 2.8-12MM VARI-FOCAL LENS

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Rev. 09/2013
A 'ITACI!.MENT To

6.

ACCEYrANCE OF CoNTRACT. TI1is contract shall not be considered


accepted, approved or otherwise effective until the required approvals
and certifications have been given and tltis is signed by the Board of
County Commissioners of the County of Shawnee, Kansas.

7.

DA.l\1AGES, WARRANTIES.
Notwith51anding any
language to the contrary, no interpretation shall be allowed to find the
County has agreed to binding arbitration, or the payment of dan1ages or
penalties upon the occurrence of a contingency. Further, the County
shall not agree to pay anomey fees and late payment charges; and no
provisions will be given effect which anempts to exclude, modify,
disclaim or otherwise attempt to limit implied warranties of
merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose.

8.

REPRESENTATIVE'S AUffiORITY

9.

The County shall not be responsible for,


nor indenmify a contractor for, any federal, state or local taxes which
may be imposed or levied upon the subject maner of this contract.

10.

INSURANCE.
The County shall not be required to purchase, any
insurance against loss or damage to any personal property to which this
contract relates, nor shall this contract require the County to establish a
"self-insurance" fund to protect against any such loss or damage.
Subject to the provisions of the Kansas Tort Claims Act (K..S.A. 756101 et seq.), the vendor or lessor shall bear the risk of any loss or
damage to y personal property to which
r or lessor holds title.

SHAWNEE COUNTY CONTRACT C _ _ __

CONTRACTUAL PROVISIONS ATTACHMENT


The undersigned parties agree that the following provisions are hereby
incorporated into the contract to which it is anachcd and made a pmt thereof,
said contract being dated the ____ day of
20__ .
1.

TERMS HEREIN CONTROLUNG PROVISIONS. It is expressly agreed


that the terms of each and every provision in this attachment shall
prevail and control over the tenns of any other conflicling provision in
any other document relating to and a part of the contract in which this
attachment is incorporated.

2.

Wrrn KANSAS LAW. It is agreed by and between the


undersigned that all disputes and matters whatsoever arising under, in
connection with or incident to this contract shall be litigated, if at all, in
and before a Court located in the State of Kansas, U.S.A., to the
exclusion of the Courts of any other states or country. All contractual
agreements shall be subject to, governed by, and construed according to
the lnws of the State of Kansas.

3.

AGREEJ\;ffiNT

TERMINATION
QUE
TO
LACK
OF
]?[Jl:i])(NG
APPROPRIATION. Shawnee County is subject to the K1msas Cash
Basis Law, K.S.A. 10-1101 et seq. If, in the judgment of the Financial
Administrator, Audit-Finance Office, sufficient funds are not
appropriated to continue the function performed in this agreement and
for the payment of the charges hereunder, County may terminate this
agreement at the end of its current fiscal year. County agrees to give
written notice of tem1ination to contractor at least thirty (30) days prior
to the end of its current fiscal year. In the event this agreement is
terminated pursuant to this paragraph, County will pay to the contractor
all regular contractual payments incurred through the end of such fiscal
year. The termination of the contract pursuant to this paragraph shall
not cause any penalty to be charged to the County or the contractor.

4.

OF LIAllfUTY. Neither the County of Shawnee nor any


department thereof shall hold hmmless or indemnifY any contractor for
any liability whatsoever.

5.

Tile contractor agrees: (a) to comply


with the Kansas Act Against Discrimination (K.S.A. 44-1001 et seq.)
and tl1e K:msas Age Discrimination in Employment Act, (K..S.A 441111 et seq.) and the applicable provisions of the Americans With
Disabilities Act (42 U.S.C. 12101 et seq.) [ADA] and to not
discriminate against any person because of race, religion, color, sex,
disability, national origin or ancestry, or age in the admission of access
to or treatment or employment in, its programs or activities; (b) to
include in all solicitations or advertisement~ Hlr employees, the phrase
"equal opportunity employer"; (c) to comply v.'ith the reporting
requirements set out in K.S.A. 44-1031 and K.S.A. 44-1116; (d) to
include those provisions in every subcontract or purchase order so that
they are binding upon such subcontractor or vendor; (e) that a failure to
comply with the reporting requirements of (c) above or if the contractor
is found guilty of any violation of such acts by the Kansas Human
Rights Commission, such violation shall constitute a breach of contract;
(f) if the contracting agency detennines that the contractor has violated
applicable provisions of ADA. that violation shall constitute a breach of
contract; (g) if (e) or (t) occurs, the contract may be cancelled,
terminated or suspended in whole or in part by the Collnty.
Parties to this contract understand that subsections (b) through (e) of
this paragraph number 5 arc not applicable to a contractor who employs
!ewer than four employees or whose contnct with tbe County totals
$5,000 or less during this fiscal year.

DISCLAIMER

ANT!-.D!SCRIMINATION CL4.USE.

ARBI'ffi.-1.1TON.

To CONTRACT. By signing this


document, the representative of the contractor thereby represents that
such person is duly authorized by the contractor to execute this
document on behalf of the contractor 1md that the contractor agrees to be
bound by the provisions thereof.
REsPoNsrnrr,ITY FoR TAXI:S.

By:

~~~a~y/
Title:
o

___L__~~

Date:

1-1_2
- ________

BOARD OF COUNTI' COI\1.1\llSSIONERS


SHAWNEE COUNTY, KANSAS

Kevin J. Cook, Chair


Date:
ATTEST:

Cynthia A Beck, Shawnee County Clerk

Shawnee County

Department of Corrections
501 S.E. 8th Street - Topeka, Kansas 66607

Brian W. Cole, Director


Adult Detention Facility- 501 SE 8th- Topeka, Kansas 66607- (785) 291-5000- FAX (785) 291-4924
Youth Detention Facility- 401 SE 8th- Topeka, Kansas 66607- (785) 233-6459- FAX (785) 291-4963
Corrections Annex- 818 SE Adams- Topeka, Kansas 66607- (785) 291-5000- FAX (785) 291-4930

DATE:

December 15, 2015

TO:

Board of County Commissioners

FROM:

Brian W. Cole, Director

SUBJECT:

Request to Approve Service and Preventative Maintenance Agreements for


Surveillance and Security (Access Control) System Software and Hardware

J-L

I am seeking your approval of the attached Equipment Maintenance and Preventative


Maintenance Service agreements for our surveillance and security (access control) systems with
Sound Products, Inc. (SPI) for a five-year period from 2016-2020.
In 2010, the department underwent a comprehensive overhaul and upgrade to the security
surveillance system. At the time of the system upgrade, we contracted with the system design
company, SPI to provide maintenance service for that system for five years, ending December 31,
2015. We learned during these years that due to the size and complexity of the hardware and
software for the full security and surveillance systems, the once-monthly service was inadequate
to stay on top of preventative maintenance and system maintenance needs.
These agreements address the additional service needs that we have realized, and provide for a
fair market value cost for those services. The agreements cost a combined annual total of
$24,480.00, and will be paid out of the Detention Budget (10DFOOO 50230). The agreements
have been reviewed by the County Counselor's office for form and legality
Accordingly, I request that these service agreements be approved. I will be happy to answer any
questions you may have.
BWC:tp
cc:

Betty Greiner, Financial Administrator


Richard Eckert, County Counselor
Eve Kendall, Deputy Director
Timothy Phelps, Deputy Director

/~

. .,..

PREVENTATIVE MAINTENANCE
SERVICE AGREEMENT

._ ~ ....~ !~

1506 SW 41st Street Topeka, KS 66609


Topeka (785)228-9669 Fax (7850228-8929 SVC 800-466-3666
AGREEMENT made this _1_day of January
, 20 ~ between Sound Products, Inc. (hereinafter called COMPANY)
and Shawnee County Department of Corrections
owner and operator of Shawnee County ADC, JDC, and Annex
located at 501 SE 8th Avenue, Topeka, Kansas 66607
Corporation_ _Partnership
Sole Propriertorship_ _LLC_Other_f
hereinafte_r called SUBSCRIBER. The SUBSCRIBER is a
Contact Timothy Phelps
Title DeputylJii'ector
Email tim.phelps@snco.us
Phone 785-251-6602
Fax 785-291-4924
Mobile--'-......:.-="------------In consideration of the mutual promises hereto and other good and valuable consideration the receipt of which is hereby
acknowledged, it is agreed as follows:

1.

COMPANY hereby agrees to make available to SUBSCRIBER, at the above designated premises the COMPANY PROGRAM SERVICE as it
may from time to time be constituted and at times furnished. SUBSRIBER agrees to and does hereby accept the COMPANY PROGRAM
SERVICE as made available and as it may from time to time be constituted and at limes furnished.

2.

LOANED EQUIPMENT. It is understood all equipment provided by COMPANY, including but not limited to receivers, sound equipment,
video equipment, CCTV equipment, drive-thru Intercom equipment and SeJVice Source Equipment is merely loaned to the Subscriber
(hereinafter "Loaned Equipment"). Ownership and title shall remain at all times in COMPANY. COMPANY is hereby authorized and assured
peaceable entry to SUBSCRIBER's premises to take possession of and remove its LOANED EQUIPMENT wherever it may be found without
liability for damages of any kind arising from said removal and without further notice or legal action of any kind at the termination of the
SERVICE. SUBSCRIBER agrees to retain all said equipment and any additions to or replacements of the same, at said premises, during the
period of this Agreement. In order to enable SUBSCRIBER to receive the COMPANY PROGRAM SERVICE, COMPANY shall furnish for
installation and keep in operating condition for the reception of COMPANY PROGRAMS at the above designated premises COMPANY
loaned equipment as follows: - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -

3.

PAYMENT TERMS. Subscriber agrees to pay In accordance with the established billing frequency (see box below) for the duration of this
Agreement and any extensions thereof, the following charges plus any and all subsequent local, state, federal, personal property taxes and
licensing fees which may hereafter be levied or increased from current levels and required to be paid by COMPANY. Payments are due in
advance on the first day of the calendar month, subject to increases as set in Article 12. Sales tax will be added. SUBSCRIBER to obtain any
necessary landlord or governmental approvals or permits for installation.

$ _ __

Mobile Marketing

Intrusion Monitoring

$ _ __

Music SeJVice

Fire Monitoring

Equipment Maintenance
Preventative Maintenance
Other:

$ _ __

Messaging On Hold

Video Monitoring

$ 680.00

$ _ __

Audio Marketing

Opening/Closings

$ _ __

Digital Signage

Equipment Rental

$ _ __ Docs On Hold

4.

$ _ _ _ _Total Recurring Service Charge

Payment

$ _ _ _ _ Initial Equipment Installation or Setup Charge

Billing Frequency:-'-M--'o-'-n-'-th~ly'------------

# of Preventative Main! Visits:_1_2...:.p_e_ry'-e_a_r_ _ _ __

Other

options: _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __

TERM/SUBSCRIBER OBLIGATIONS. This Agreement shall become effective on the commencement date hereof and shall remain in effect
for a term of~ months through and including the _3_1_ _day of December 20~. This Agreement shall automatically be
renewed and shall remain in effect for successive N/A
month periods unless terminated by either party at the end of the original term or
any renewal terms by written notice sent to the other party by registered mail ninety days prior to the expiration thereof. The commencement
date of this Agreement shall be the commencement date written below or the initial date for which COMPANY PROGRAM SERVICE is billed
hereunder, whichever is later. (See additional pages hereof for continuation.)
THIS AGREEMENT IS SUBJECT TO THE ADDITIONAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS SET FORTH ON THE REVERSE SIDE OF THIS PAGE AND THE
SCHEDULES. ADDENDUMS. AMENDMENTS AND EXHIBITS (IF ANY) ATTACHED HERETO, WHICH ARE PART OF THIS AGREEMENT AS FULLY AND
EFFECTUALLY AS IF THEY WERE SET FORTH ABOVE AND ARE INCORPORATED HEREIN BY REFERENCE.

By:_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __
Authorized Signature

G-M

Kevin Cook, Commission Chair


Print Name and Title
Updated 7115

6.

TERM/OBLIGATIONS (CONTINUED). SUBSCRIBER acknowledges that COMPANY is committing substantial material and financial resources to provide
equipment, services, and programs described in this Agreement and accordingly agrees thai it is obligated to make all payments required under this Agreement
for the entire term and for any renewal term thereof, even if it cancels or terminates this Agreement prior to the expiration of such term. Upon the cancellation or
termination of this Agreemen~ SUBSCRIBER shall be obligated to continue to make all monthly payments required hereunder or to pay COMPANY as liquidated
damages, a cash lump sum of eighty-five {85) percent of the amount of all unaccrued monthly payments under the original term of the Agreement or the then
current renewal term thereof. said liquidated damages to be in addition to any sums already due for services rendered at or prior to the day of termination. Upon
the termination of this Agreement for any reason or cause whatsoever, SUBSCRIBER shall forthwith surrender to COMPANY all of the said COMPANY
EQUIPMENT. COMPANY shall have to no obligation to repair, replace or otherwise restore the premises to their original condition after such removal. If
SUBSCRIBER fails to permit installation of COMPANY equipment or attempts to remove, sell or encumber In any way of the COMPANY equipment, or vacate or
dispose of the designated premises or discontinue its business there or discontinue COMPANY SERVICE or default in any payment hereunder or violate any
other term or condition of this Agreement, or enter into any arrangement with its creditors. or tf any levy or attachment is made or any proceeding in bankruptcy or
insolvency Is instituted by or against SUBSCRIBER or its business or property, then and in such event this Agreement may be terminated at the option of
COMPANY, without requirement of any other than informal notice, and SUBSCRIBER agrees to pay the current renewal term hereof, said liquidated damages to
be in addition to any sums already due for services rendered at or prior to the day of breach. All said sums shall bear interest at the highest legal rate from date
of said breach. The right of the COMPANY to collect liquidated damages shall be in addition to the right of the COMPANY to enter any premises where its
equipment Is located and to repossess same In the event of default of SUBSCRIBER without due process of Jaw and without any liability arising therefrom.

7.

PAYMENT DELINQUENCY. COMPANY may impose a monthly finance charge which will be applied to all past due amounts under this Agreement. Failure to
pay any invoice for such service shall relieve COMPANY of any obligation to provide servic~ without further notice.

8.

HOURS OF SERVICE. Installation and Service under this agreement will be provided during the company"s designated workday, 8:30a.m. to 5:00p.m. Monday
thrc;>ugh Friday. except Legal Holidays at COMPANY's standard hourly rate. All installation and service performed on a day or at a lime other than those
previously stated shall be charged to the SUBSCRIBER at COMPANY'S normal after hours rate.

9.

EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCE. When advised of a problem, COMPANY will maintain the Loaned Equipment in satisfactory operating condition at all times during
the term of this Agreement and will be given entry during Subscriber's regular business hours to perform such maintenance. If service is for normal wear and tear
of the Loaned Equipment, service will be provided at no charge. The cost of repairing any damage to or replacing Loaned Equipment, its components parts or
wiring due toany cause whatsoever, except normal wear and tear, shall be paid by the SUBSCRIBER. The cost of repairing or replacing SUBSCRIBER owned
equipment shall be paid by Subscriber. unless equipment maintenance has been included in Sections 3 and 4. In such event COMPANY will maintain
SUBSCRIBER'S equipment through which the PROGRAM SERVICE is provided (except telephone systems) for normal wear and tear as provided herein for
Loaned Equipment, provided however, such maintenance shall not include parts or labor for SUBSCRIBER'S owned equipment. Repair of cut or broken wires is
not normal wear and tear.

10.

POWER OUTLET. SUBSCRIBER MOVING COMPANY'S EQUIPMENT. INSURANCE. SUBSCRIBER agrees to provide a power outlet within six (6) feet of the
COMPANY"S amplifier location. SUBSCRIBER shall not change the location of any COMPANY loaned equipment or make any additions or alterations to It and
shall be fully responsible for the good condition of the same, subject to reasonable use thereof, and shall adequately insure for fire and theft and shall pay all
personal property taxes thereof. If require by COMPANY, SUBSCRIBER agrees to furnish proof that SUBSCRIBER has notified Its insurance carrier of its
obligations under this paragraph.

11.

LEGAL FEES; APPLICABLE LAW. If it shall become necessary for any reason for COMPANY to require Jhe services of any attorney for collection of any
monies due under and pursuant to the Agreement, then and in that event SUBSCRIBER agrees to pay in addition to all monies due hereunder, a reasonable
attorneys fee and all other court collection expenses awarded by any court before this Agreement shall be pending. It is agreed by the parties that this
Agreement shall be constituted in accordance with the laws of the State of Kansas and that any dispute involving the terms of this Agreement shall be determined
in the State or Federal Courts of Kansas.

12.

CHANGE OF OWNERSHIP.SUBCONTRACTORS. Sale or transfer by the Subscriber of the premises of the business herein designated shall not affect or
eliminate the obligations of this Agreement unless an equivalent new Agreement be entered into between COMPANY and the PURCHASER or TRANSFERREE.
Upon the sale or transfer by the SUBSCRIBER of the business at the premises herein designated, the SUBSCRIBER shall provide for the assumption by
PURCHASER or TRANS FERREE of all the SUBSCRIBER's obligations herein provided, and shall notify the Purchaser or Transferee of all obligations. In the
event that such sale or transfer Is affected through escrow, the SUBSCRIBER shall place the within Agreement In escrow in order to ensure the direct assumption
of such obligations by the Purchaser or Transferee. This Agreement may not be assigned by Subscriber without the written consent of COMPANY. However, this
Agreement is fully assignable by COMPANY. Subject to the foregoing regarding assignment, this Agreement shall inure to the benefit and be binding upon the
heirs, executors, administrators. successors, purchasers and assigns of Subscriber. Company may use subcontractors to provide Installation, repair or monitoring
services, and this Agreement shall apply to them In the same manner as it applies to Company.

13.

PROGRAM SERVICE FEE, The Company Program Service fee covered by this agreement is based upon todays operating costs. Should these costs be
Increased, this program service fee is subject to change. In the event that the program service fee payable hereunder be increase by COMPANY by more than
10% during any one (1) year period, the SUBSCRIBER shall have the right. at any time within 10 days after U1e date upon which written notice of such increased
program service fee was mailed by COMPANY to notify COMPANY by certined mall that SUBSCRIBER elects not to accept said increased Program Service Fee.
Upon receipt of such notice of election from SUBSCRIBER, COMPANY shall then have the option within 30 days to (1) cancel the increase, (2) limit the increase
to 10% or less, or (3) notify SUBSCRIBER of SUBSCRIBER's right to terminate the agreement by giving COMPANY 7 days written notice by certified mail.

14.

INTERRUPTIONOF SERVICE. In the event that the COMPANY PROGRAM SERVICE is not furnished by COMPANY to SUBSCRIBER due to causes beyond
Its reasonable control, including. but not limited to. theft. fire. act of God, public enemy. injunction, riot. strike, Insurrection, war. court order, requisition or order of
a governmental body or authority, shortage of materials, mechanical failure, satellite failures, internet or media streaming failures, phone carrier, phone service,
or SMS software failure. same shall not be deemed to be a breach of Agreement and COMPANY shall not be liable for any loss, damage or delay caused
thereby. COMPANY agrees that If the said PROGRAM SERVICE is not furnished by it to SUBSCRIBER for twenty-four (24) consecutive hours and
SUBSCRIBER gives COMPANY notice of such interruption in writin\!, prior to the end of the day during which said interruption commences, COMPANY will credit
SUBSCRIBER's account with an amount equal to one-thirtieth (1/30 ) of the monthly PROGRAM SERVICE charge for each consecutive 24 hour period during
which such interruption continues, which shall constitute COMPANY"s sole obligation to SUBSCRIBER. Such credit shall not be given if such interruption results
from any negligence or other fault of SUBSCRIBER or from a breach by SUBSCRIBER of any term or condition of this Agreement.

15.

ENTIRE AGREEMENT/ENFORCEABILITY. All representations and promises of every kind are merged into this Agreement and its Addendum constitute the
entire and only Agreement between the SUBSCRIBER and COMPANY (all prior agreements. If any between the parties being superseded hereby) and no
modification or failure to enforce any of the provisions thereof shall be valid or deemed a waiver hereof unless made in writing and signed by an officer of
COMPANY. In the event that any provision of this Agreement is found to be unconstitutional or otherwise unenforceable, the remaining provisions shall continue
to be enforceable.

16.

INDEMNITY. SUBSCRIBER agrees to indemnify, defend and hold harmless COMPANY from and against any and all claims; losses and lawsuits, including,
without limitation. the payment of all damages, expenses, costs and attorney fees incurred by COMPANY. its employees and agents, (for any patent. copyright,
trademark or trade name infringement claim brought against COMPANY as a result of COMPANY's performance under this Agreement, or for any claims by a
third party against Company for failure of the Equipment or the services rendered hereunder in any respect, alleged to be caused by improper operation of the
Equipment or the system to which it is attached, whether due to malfunctioning or non-functioning of such Items. or the negligence, active or passive, of Provider.
Such indemnity shall survive the expiration of the term of this Agreement.

17.

LIMITATION OF LAWSUITS. WAIVER OF JURY TRIAL. Both SUBSCRIBER and COMPANY agree that no lawsuit or any other legal proceeding contacted with
this Agreement shall be brought or filed more than one year after the incident giving rise to the claim occurred. In addition, any such legal proceeding shall not be
heard before a jury. Each party gives up any right to a jury trial.

18.

ACCEPTANCE. This Agreement shall not be binding until it has been accepted by the signature of an authorized representative of both parties.

PREVENTATIVE EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCE


SERVICE AGREEMENT ADDENDUM
1.

ADDENDUM- This addendum serves as an addition to the Program Service Agreement and includes terms and conditions that relate
specifically to the Company's equipment maintenance programs. Provisions listed here are part of the Program Service Agreement.

2.

PROGRAM OVERVIEW- The purpose of PREVENTATIVE EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCE PROGRAM Is to keep the CCTV and
Access Control equipment at a SUBSRIBER'S location in good operating condition. This program provides for the preventative and
remedial services for the SUBSCRIBER's security equipment installed or maintained by COMPANY and listed on SCHEDULE A.

3.

GENERAL SCOPE OF COVERAGE- Preventative Maintenance Inspections, which include labor and travel for periodic site visits, will
occur per the frequency schedule noted under Section 3. This maintenance will include:
a.
Exterior cleaning of general dust and dirt from all head-end equipment
b. Cleaning of head-end rack interior
c.
Cleaning of field devices as needed
d. Testing for normal function of head-end and user interface equipment
e.
Testing for normal function of all field devices
f.
Confirm that all existing programming (if applicable) is correct.
g. Perform required firmware and software updates
h. Perform minor repairs (parts not included)
WRITTEN REPORTS- A written report will be provided to the SUBSCRIBER following each inspection or service, indicating the status,
any deficiencies and corrective action taken. A written quotation will be provided for any labor, equipment or repairs required outside the
coverage of the PREVENTATIVE MAINTENANCE AGREEMENT.

4.

5.

TELEPHONE SUPPORT- Telephone support will be available Monday through Friday from 8:30a.m. to 5:00p.m. for any maintenance
or service questions. All service calls will be responded to within 24 hours.

6.

SERVICE SUPPORT- COMPANY will provide on-site field support (Labor only) as needed. SUBSCRIBER will be provided with
Twelve (12) service site visits per year at no extra charge. The service call cap is set at eight hours per scheduled visit

7.

8.

9.

EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCE/INSURANCE/POWER OUTLET. SUBSCRIBER shall grant to COMPANY service personnel full and
free access to the Equipment listed in Schedule A during SUBSCRIBER's regular business hours to perform such maintenance, subject
only to SUBSCRIBER's security regulations which SUBSCRIBER shall disclose in advance to COM.PANY. SUBSCRIBER agrees to (a)
prevent unauthorized adjustment, repair or modification to the Equipment, (b) ensure that the Equipment is utilized in accordance with
the applicable Provider's and/or manufacturer's specifications, and (c) keep all walls, doors, windows or other elements of the Premises
as now constructed (or subsequently altered) maintained in such condition, at SUBSCIBER's expense, as to permit proper operation of
the Equipment and the system to which the Equipment is a part. In order to protect SUBSCRIBER from losses resulting from damage
to, or destruction of the Equipment or any of SUBSCRIBER's systems, SUBSCRIBER shall include the Equipment and such systems in
the coverage provided in its liability and fire insurance policies. The SUBSCRIBER shall, in all cases and at no charge to COMPANY,
perform such non-skilled checks and tests as may reasonably be requested by COMPANY and to notify COMPANY promptly if any of
the Equipment fails to properly respond to any such check or test. These tests shall not require the SUBSCRIBER to furnish specialized
equipment. In the event that any of the Subscriber responsibilities identified in this Section are not fulfilled, Provider shall have the right
to immediately withdraw the affected Equipment from service coverage under this Agreement without affecting the scheduled charges
noted on the front of this Agreement.
EXCLUSIONS. Repair Services necessitate by unauthorized modification and/or repair of the Equipment. or those Repair Services
necessitated by accident, neglect, misuse, failure to follow the manufacturer's published operating specifications or Repair Services
necessitated by other than ordinary use, as determined by Company in its sole discretion, are not covered by this Agreement. Repair
Services provided under this Agreement also do not include:
a.
Work or replacement parts made necessary by Customer carelessness, transportation, or by failure of electrical power, air
conditioning or humidity control, or by use of non-recommended supply items or by causes other than ordinary use.
b.
Work external to the Equipment listed in Schedule A
c.
Theft, abuse, fire, flood, wind, lightning, unreasonable power surges, or acts of God or public enemy.
d.
Relocation of the Equipment.
e.
Improper wiring, installation, repair or alteration of Equipment by persons unauthorized by Company.
f.
Use of any Equipment for other than the ordinary use for which such Equipment was designed or the purpose for which
Equipment was intended.
g.
Failure to provide a suitable operating environment as prescribed by Company or by Equipment manufacturer, including,
without limitation, with respect to electrical power, air conditioning and humidity control.
h.
Where telephone lines and service contract equipment are used in conjunction with the Equipment, Company has no
responsibility for such telephone lines or such service contract equipment.
LIMITED WARRANTY AND LIMITATION OF LIABILITY. Company warrants all work performed by Company hereunder against
defects in materials and workmanship for a period of 30 days from the date of performance of such work. THE PARTIES AGREE THAT
CUSTOMER'S SOLE REMEDY FOR BREACH OF SUCH WARRANTY SHALL BE FOR CUSTOMER TO REQUIRE COMPANY TO
CORRECT, REPAIR OR REPLACE ANY WORK BY PROVIDER THAT DOES NOT COMPLY WITH THE FOREGOING WARRANTY.
EXCEPT AS EXPRESSLY PROVIDED IN THIS SECTION 9, COMPANY GIVES NO REPRESENTATION OR WARRANTY, EXPRESS
OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A
PARTICULAR PURPOSE, IN CONNECTION WITH SERVICES AND MATERIALS SOLD OR SUPPLIED HEREUNDER. IN NO
EVENT SHALL COMPANY BE LIABLE TO CUSTOMER FOR ANY INDIRECT, SPECIAL, INCIDENTAL, CONSEQUENTIAL,
PUNITIVE OR OTHER DAMAGES, WHETHER BASED IN TORT OR CONTRACT, INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE, ARISING OUT OF,
OR IN CONNECTION WITH THIS AGREEMENT, THE OPERATION OF EQUIPMENT AND/OR SERVICES, EVEN IF COMPANY HAS
BEEN ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGES OR LOSS. WHTHOUT LIMITING THE FOREGOING PROVISIONS OF
THIS SECTION 9, THE PARTIES AGREE (A) THAT BECAUSE (1) CUSTOMER SHALL OPTAIN INSURANCE AS PROVIDED IN
SECTION 10 OF PROGRAM SERVICE AGREEMENT, TOGETHER WITH SUCH ADDITIONAL INSURANCE AS CUSTOMER SHALL
DESIRE, AND (II) THE FEES AND CHARGES PAYABLE UNDER THIS AGREEMENT BY CUSTOMER TO THE COMPANY ARE
BASED ON THE VALUE OF COMPANY'S SERVICES AND UPON THE LIABILITY LIMITATIONS IN THIS SECTION 9, SUCH FEES
AND CHARGES HAVE NO RELATION TO THE VALUE OF THE EQUIPMENT OR TO ANY OTHER EQUIPMENT OR ITEMS AT THE
PREMISES, AND (B) THEREFORE THAT THE MAXIMUM LIABILITY OF PROVIDER HEREUNDER, FOR ANY DAMAGE OR LOSS,
WHETHER TO PERSON, PROPERTY OR OTHERWISE, SHALL BE LIMITED TO THE AGGREGATE AMOUNT PAID BY
CUSTOMER TO PROVIDER HEREUNDER.
Subscriber Initials-:;-:----Company Initials ~

Sound Products, Inc.

PREVENTATIVE MAINTENANCE AGREEMENT


AMENDMENT A
Effective January 1, 2016
Shawnee County Department of Corrections

Hourly Charges:

Work beginning after 6:00 pm


Weekend work
Federal Holidays

$ 97.50 per hour


$ 112.50 per hour

$ 130.00 per hour

Response Time:

Sound Products office is available 24 hours per day 7 days per week by telephone. After normal
business hours our telephone system will forward the caller to a live operator who is in contact with our
service staff afterhours. Our technicians will call you back within the hour to attempt to resolve issues
via the telephone first. Sound Products is committed to responding to all on-site service call within 24
hours of the service call being placed. The exception to this policy will be if the next available service
time falls on a weekend anc;l the Customer does not authorize the additional cost, then the service will be
performed during regular business hours the next available business day. If for some reason the
appropriate staff is not available to respond within 24 hours to the service call, Sound Products will
contact the Customer to arrange a solution and establish an available date and time in which the service
call will be completed.

Term:

The Customer can cancel this Agreement on the Annual Renewal date in any given year.

NON-APPROPRIATION OF FUNDS. You intend to remit all payments to us for the full Term if funds are legally available. You agree to do all things within
your power to obtain and maintain funds from which the payment may be paid, including making provisions for such payments to the extent necessary in
each annual budget submitted and adopted in accordance with applicable provisions of the laws of the State, to have such portion of the budget approved
and to exhaust all available review and appeals in the event such portion of the budget is not approved. You are, however, only obligated to pay rent under
this Lease in fiscal years in which funds have been appropriated. In the event your governing body does not appropriate funds at any time during the Term
for the Equipment or Services subject to this Agreement or for Equipment or Services which are functionally similar to the Equipment or Services and
operating funds are not otherwise available to you to pay the payments due and to b.ecome due under this Lease, and there is no other legal procedure or
available funds by or with which payment can be made to us, you may terminate this Agreement on the last day of the fiscal period for which funds were
appropriated, and all obligations to make payments shall terminate at the end of such fiscal period except as to the portion of payment for which funds shall
have been appropriated and budgeted. This is providing that if you have Equipment that needs to be returned and you have not delivered possession of
the Equipment to us and conveyed the Equipment or released your Interest in the Equipment by the last day of the fiscal period, the termination will
nevertheless be effective but you will be responsible for the payment of damages in an amount equal to the amount of the payment thereafter coming due
which is attributable to the number of days after such fiscal period during which you fail to take such action, and for any other loss we may have suffered as
a result of your failure to take such actions as required.
In the event of a non-appropriation of funds, at least sixty (60) days prior to the end of your fiscal year, your chief executive officer (or legal counsel) shall
certify in writing that (a) funds have not been appropriated forthe fiscal period, (b) you have done all things within your power to obtain and maintain funds
from which the payment may be paid and (c) you have exhausted all funds legally available for the payment. To the extent permitted by law, if you terminate
this Agreement because of non-appropriation of funds, you may not purchase, lease or rent Equipment or procure Services performing functions similar to
those performed by the Equipment or similar SeJVices for a period of twelve (12) months. This Section 4 shall not permit you to terminate this Agreement in
order to acquire any other Equipment or SeJVices or to allocate funds directly or indirectly to perform essentially the application for which the Equipment or
SeJVices is intended.
Company: Sound Products, Inc.

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MarkS Rau, General Manager

Customer: Shawnee County Department of Corrections

By:--.,....,..,-----------------

Authorized Signature

Kevin Cook. Commission Chair

(Form revised April 2012)

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EQUIPMENT MAINTANENCE

SCHEDULE A
REVISED JANUARY 1, 2016
Equipment to be covered by Sound Products as part of the Equipment Maintenance Service
Agreement include the following systems and the installed equipment listed herein.
Systems Covered:

CTI Door Control Systems including PLC's


CTIIntercom Systems
CTI Work Officer Stations
DSX Card Access Systems
Avigilon HD Camera Systems
Avigilon Work Stations
Pelco Analog Cameras
Installed CCTV and Intercom Wiring and Fiber
Systems Related Network lnfrustructure

Model Number
SSL

Description
MIDDLE ATLANTIC SLIDING SHELF

UD3
C10CH6
C10CH6
C10CH6
C10CH6
C10CH6
C10CH6
C10CH6
16C-S.OTBHD-NVR
8C-10.0TBHD-NVR
HD-NVR-EXP7.5TB
HD-NVR-EXP7 .5TB
HD-NVR-EXP7.5TB
HD-NVR-EXP7.5TB
HD-NVR-EXP7.5TB
HD-NVR-EXP7.5TB
HD-NVR-EXP7.5TB
HD-NVR-EXP7.5TB
HD-NVR-EXP7.5TB
HD-NVR-EXP7.5TB
HD-NVR-2ND-PS
HD-NVR-2ND-PS
HD-NVR-2ND-PS
HD-NVR-2ND-PS
HD-NVR-2ND-PS
HD-NVR-2ND-PS

MID ATLANTIC 3 SPACE RACK DRAW


PELCO 24V COLOR 540TVL CAMERA
PELCO 24V COLOR 540TVL CAMERA
PELCO 24V COLOR 540TVL CAMERA
PELCO 24V COLOR 540TVL CAMERA
PELCO 24V COLOR 540TVL CAMERA
PELCO 24V COLOR 540TVL CAMERA
PELCO 24V COLOR 540TVL CAMERA
AVIGILON 16 PORT NVR 5TB DRIVE
AVIGILON 8 PORT NVR 10TB DRIVE
AVIGILON 7.5 TB RAID 5 DRIVE
AVIGILON 7.5 TB RAID 5 DRIVE
AVIGILON 7.5 TB RAID 5 DRIVE
AVIGILON 7.5 TB RAID 5 DRIVE
AVIGILON 7.5 TB RAID 5 DRIVE
AVIGILON 7.5 TB RAID 5 DRIVE
AVIGILON 7.5 TB RAID 5 DRIVE
AVIGILON 7.5 TB RAID 5 DRIVE
AVIGILON 7.5 TB RAID 5 DRIVE
AVIGILON 7.5 TB RAID 5 DRIVE
AVIGILON SECONDARY POWER SUPPL
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AVIGILON SECONDARY POWER SUPPL
AVIGILON SECONDARY POWER SUPPL
AVIGILON SECONDARY POWER SUPPL
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Install Date

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AVIGILON 24" LCD 2.3 MP MONITO
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ENC-4PORT
ENC-4PORT
ENC-4PORT
ENC-4PORT
ENC-4PORT
ENC-4PORT
ENC-4PORT
ENC-4PORT
ENC-4PORT
ENC-4PORT
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ENC-4PORT
ENC-4PORT
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ENC-4PORT
ENC-4PORT
ENC-4PORT
ENC-4PORT
ENC-4PORT

AVIGILON 4 PORT VIDEO ENCODER


AVIGILON 4 PORT VIDEO ENCODER
AVIGILON 4 PORT VIDEO ENCODER
AVIGILON 4 PORT VIDEO ENCODER
AVIGILON 4 PORT VIDEO ENCODER
AVIGILON 4 PORT VIDEO ENCODER
AVIGILON 4 PORT VIDEO ENCODER
AVIGILON 4 PORT VIDEO ENCODER
AVIGILON 4 PORT VIDEO ENCODER
AVIGILON 4 PORT VIDEO ENCODER
AVIGILON 4 PORT VIDEO ENCODER
AVlGILON 4 PORT VIDEO ENCODER
AVIGILON 4 PORT VIDEO ENCODER
AVIGILON 4 PORT VIDEO ENCODER
AVIGILON 4 PORT VIDEO ENCODER
AVIGILON 4 PORT VIDEO ENCODER
AVIGILON 4 PORT VIDEO ENCODER
AVIGILON 4 PORT VIDEO ENCODER
AVIGILON 4 PORT VIDEO ENCODER
AVIGILON 4 PORT VIDEO ENCODER
AVIGILON 4 PORT VIDEO ENCODER
AVIGILON 4 PORT VIDEO ENCODER
AVIGILON 4 PORT VIDEO ENCODER
AVIGILON 4 PORT VIDEO ENCODER
AVIGILON 4 PORT VIDEO ENCODER
AVIGILON 4 PORT VIDEO ENCODER
AVIGILON 4 PORT VIDEO ENCODER
AVIGILON 4 PORT VIDEO ENCODER
AVIGILON 4 PORT VIDEO ENCODER
AVIGILON 4 PORT VIDEO ENCODER
AVIGILON 4 PORT VIDEO ENCODER
AVIGILON 4 PORT VIDEO ENCODER
AVIGILON 4 PORT VIDEO ENCODER
AVIGILON 4 PORT VIDEO ENCODER
AVIGILON 4 PORT VIDEO ENCODER
AVIGILON 4 PORT VIDEO ENCODER
AVIGILON 4 PORT VIDEO ENCODER
AVIGILON 4 PORT VIDEO ENCODER
AVIGILON 4 PORT VIDEO ENCODER
AVIGILON 4 PORT VIDEO ENCODER
AVIGILON 4 PORT VIDEO ENCODER
AVIGILON 4 PORT VIDEO ENCODER
AVIGILON 4 PORT VIDEO ENCODER
AVIGILON 4 PORT VIDEO ENCODER
AVIGILON 4 PORT VIDEO ENCODER
AVIGILON 4 PORT VIDEO ENCODER
AVIGILON 4 PORT VIDEO ENCODER
AVIGILON 4 PORT VIDEO ENCODER
AVIGILON 4 PORT VIDEO ENCODER

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ENC-4PORT
ENC-4PORT
ENC-4PORT
ENC-4PORT
ENC-4PORT
ENC-4PORT
ENC-4PORT
ENC-4PORT
ENC-4PORT
ENC-4PORT
ENC-4PORT
ENC-4PORT
ENC-4PORT
ENC-4PORT
ENC-4PORT
ENC-4PORT
ENC-4PORT
ENC-4PORT
ENC-4PORT
ENC-BRK1U
ENC-BRK1U
ENC-BRK1U
ENC-BRK1U
ENC-BRK1U
ENC-BRK1U
ENC-BRK1U
ENC-BRK1U
ENC-BRK1U
ENC-BRK1U
ENC-BRK1U
ENC-BRK1U
ENC-BRK1U
ENC~BRK1U

ENC-BRI<1U
ENC-BRK1U
ENC-BRK1U
ENC-BRK1U
ENC-BRK1U
ENC-BRK1U
ENC-BRK1U
ENC-BRK1U
ENC-BRK1U
ENC-BRK1U
ENC-BRK1U
ENC-BRK1U
8.0MPHDDOME360
8.0MPHDDOME360
8.0MPHDDOME360
8.0MPHDDOME360

AVIGILON 4 PORT VIDEO ENCODER


AVIGILON 4 PORT VIDEO ENCODER
AVIGILON 4 PORT VIDEO ENCODER
AVIGILON 4 PORT VIDEO ENCODER
AVIGILON 4 PORT VIDEO ENCODER
AVIGILON 4 PORT VIDEO ENCODER
AVIGILON 4 PORT VIDEO ENCODER
AVIGILON 4 PORT VIDEO ENCODER
AVIGILON 4 PORT VIDEO ENCODER
AVIGILON 4 PORT VIDEO ENCODER
AVIGILON 4 PORT VIDEO ENCODER
AVIGILON 4 PORT VIDEO ENCODER
AVIGILON 4 PORT VIDEO ENCODER
AVIGILON 4 PORT VIDEO ENCODER
AVIGILON 4 PORT VIDEO ENCODER
AVIGILON 4 PORT VIDEO ENCODER
AVIGILON 4 PORT VIDEO ENCODER
AVIGILON 4 PORT VIDEO ENCODER
AVIGILON 4 PORT VIDEO ENCODER
AVIGILON ENCODER RACK MOUNT
AVIGILON ENCODER RACK MOUNT
AVIGILON ENCODER RACK MOUNT
AVIGILON ENCODER RACK MOUNT
AVIGILON ENCODER RACK MOUNT
AVIGILON ENCODER RACK MOUNT
AVIGILON ENCODER RACK MOUNT
AVIGILON ENCODER RACK MOUNT
AVIGILON ENCODER RACK MOUNT
AVIGILON ENCODER RACK MOUNT
AVIGILON ENCODER RACK MOUNT
AVIGILON ENCODER RACK MOUNT
AVIGILON ENCODER RACK MOUNT
AVIGILON ENCODER RACK MOUNT
AVIGILON ENCODER RACK MOUNT
AVIGILON ENCODER RACK MOUNT
AVIGILON ENCODER RACK MOUNT
AVIGILON ENCODER RACK MOUNT
AVIGILON ENCODER RACK MOUNT
AVIGILON ENCODER RACK MOUNT
AVIGILON ENCODER RACK MOUNT
AVIGILON ENCODER RACK MOUNT
AVIGILON ENCODER RACK MOUNT
AVIGILON ENCODER RACK MOUNT
AVIGILON ENCODER RACK MOUNT
AVIGILON ENCODER RACK MOUNT
AVIGILON 8MP 360 DEGREE DOME C
AVIGILON 8MP 360 DEGREE DOME C
AVIGILON 8MP 360 DEGREE DOME C
AVIGILON 8MP 360 DEGREE DOME C

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8.0MPHDDOME360

AVIGILON 8MP 360 DEGREE DOME C

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8.0MPHDDOME360

AVIGILON 8MP 360 DEGREE DOME C

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8.0MPHDDOME360

AVIGILON 8MP 360 DEGREE DOME C

6/30/10

8.0MPHDDOME360

AVIGILON 8MP 360 DEGREE DOME C

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8.0MPHDDOME360

AVIGILON 8MP 360 DEGREE DOME C

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8.0MPHDDOME360

AVIGILON 8MP 360 DEGREE DOME C

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8.0MPHDDOME360

AVIGILON 8MP 360 DEGREE DOME C

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8.0MPHDDOME360

AVIGILON 8MP 360 DEGREE DOME C

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8.0MPHDDOME360

AVIGILON 8MP 360 DEGREE DOME C

6/30/10

8.0MPHDDOME360

AVIGILON 8MP 360 DEGREE DOME C

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8.0MPHDDOME360

AVIGILON 8MP 360 DEGREE DOME C

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8.0MPHDDOME360

AVIGILON 8MP 360 DEGREE DOME C

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8.0MPHDDOME360

AVIGILON 8MP 360 DEGREE DOME C

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8.0MPHDDOME360

AVIGILON 8MP 360 DEGREE DOME C

6/30/10

8.0MPHDDOME360

AVIGILON 8MP 360 DEGREE DOME C

6/30/10

8.0MPHDDOME360

AVIGILON 8MP 360 DEGREE DOME C

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8.0MPHDDOME360

AVIGILON 8MP 360 DEGREE DOME C

6/30/10

8.0MPHDDOME3f?O

AVIGILON 8MP 360 DEGREE DOME C

6/30/10

8.0MPHDDOME360

AVIGILON 8MP 360 DEGREE DOME C

6/30/10

8.0MPHDDOME360

AVIGILON 8MP 360 DEGREE DOME C

6/30/10

8.0MPHDDOME360

AVIGILON 8MP 360 DEGREE DOME C

6/30/10

8.0MPHDDOME360

AVIGILON 8MP 360 DEGREE DOME C

6/30/10

2.0MP-HDDOME-DN

AVIGILON 2MP HD DOME CAMERA

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2.0MP-HDDOME-DN

AVIGILON 2MP HD DOME CAMERA

6/30/10

2.0MP-HDDOME-DN

AVIGILON 2MP HD DOME CAMERA

6/30/10

LC2612TA

AVIGILON 2.4-SMM LENS

6/30/10

LC2612TA

AVIGILON 2.4-8MM LENS

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LC2612TA

AVIGILON 2.4-8MM LENS

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LC2612TA

AVIGILON 2.4-8MM LENS

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LC2612TA

AVIGILON 2.4-SMM LENS

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LC41214SC

AVIGILON 4-12MM LENS

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LC41214SC

AVIGILON 4-12MM LENS

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LC88016TA

AVIGILON 8-80MM LENS

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LC88016TA

AVIGILON 8-80MM LENS

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LC88016TA

AVIGILON 8-80MM LENS

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LC88016TA

AVIGILON 8-80MM LENS

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LC88016TA

AVIGILON 8-80MM LENS

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LEF8518CA

CANON 85MM PRO LENS

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LEF8518CA

CANON 85MM PRO LENS

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LEF8518CA

CANON 85MM PRO LENS

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LEF8518CA

CANON 85MM PRO LENS

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LEF5018CA

CANON SOMM PRO CAMERA LENS

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LEF5018CA

CANON SOMM PRO CAMERA LENS

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C10CH6

PELCO 24V COLOR 540TVL CAMERA

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C10CH6

PELCO 24V COLOR 540TVL CAMERA

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C10CH6

PELCO 24V COLOR 540TVL CAMERA

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C10CH6

PELCO 24V COLOR 540TVL CAMERA

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13VA2812

PELCO 2.8-12MM 1/3" VARI-FOCAL

6/30/10

13VA2812

PELCO 2.8-12MM 1/3" VARI-FOCAL

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13VA2812
13VA2812
TPE-112GS
TPE-112GS
TPE-112GS
TPE-112GS
TPE-112GS
TPE-112GS
TPE-112GS
TPE-112GS
TPE-112GS
TPE-112GS
TPE-112GS
TPE-112GS
TPE-112GS
TPE-112GS
TPE-112GS
TPE-112GS
TPE-112GS
TPE-112GS
TPE-112GS
TPE-112GS
TPE-112GS
TPE-112GS
TPE-112GS
TPE-112GS
TPE-112GS
TPE-112GS
TPE-112GS
TPE-112GS
TPE-112GS
TPE-112GS
TPE-112GS
TPE-112GS
TPE-112GS
TPE-112GS
TPE-112GS
ES-HD-P,RO-S-H B
ES-HD-PRO-S-HB
ES-H D-PRO-S-H B
ES-HD-PRO-S-HB
tS-H 0-PRO-S-H B
ES-HD-PRO-S-HB
ES-OPT-WALL-SL
ES-OPT-WALL-SL
ES-OPT-WALL-SL
ES-OPT-WALL-SL
ES-OPT-WALL-SL
ES-OPT-WALL-SL

PELCO 2.8-12MM 1/3" VARI-FOCAL


PELCO 2.8-12MM 1/3" VARI-FOCAL
TRENDNET POE SPLITIER 12V GIG
TRENDNET POE SPLITIER 12V GIG
TRENDNET POE SPLITIER 12V GIG
TRENDNET POE SPLITIER 12V GIG
TRENDNET POE SPLITIER 12V GIG
TRENDNET POE SPLITIER 12V GIG
TRENDNET POE SPLITIER 12V GIG
TRENDNET POE SPLITIER 12V GIG
TRENDNET POE SPLITIER 12V GIG
TRENDNET POE SPLITIER 12V GIG
TRENDNET POE SPLITIER 12V GIG
TRENDNET POE SPLITIER 12V GIG
TRENDNET POE SPLITIER 12V GIG
TRENDNET POE SPLITIER 12V GIG
TRENDNET POE SPLITIER 12V GIG
TRENDNET POE SPLITIER 12V GIG
TRENDNET POE SPLITIER 12V GIG
TRENDNET POE SPLITIER 12V GIG
TRENDNET POE SPLITIER 12V GIG
TRENDNET POE SPLITIER 12V GIG
TRENDNET POE SPLITIER 12V GIG
TRENDNET POE SPLITIER 12V GIG
TRENDNET POE SPLITIER 12V GIG
TRENDNET POE SPLITIER 12V GIG
TRENDNET POE SPLITIER 12V GIG
TRENDNET POE SPLITIER 12V GIG
TRENDNET POE SPLITIER 12V GIG
TRENDNET POE SPLITIER 12V GIG
TRENDNET POE SPLITIER 12V GIG
TRENDNET POE SPLITIER 12V GIG
TRENDNET POE SPLITIER 12V GIG
TRENDNET POE SPLITIER 12V GIG
TRENDNET POE SPLITIER 12V GIG
TRENDNET POE SPLITIER 12V GIG
TRENDNET POE SPLITIER 12V GIG
AVIGILON PRO OUTDOOR ENCLOSURE
AVIGILON PRO OUTDOOR ENCLOSURE
AVIGILON PRO OUTDOOR ENCLOSURE
AVIGILON PRO OUTDOOR ENCLOSURE
AVIGILON PRO OUTDOOR ENCLOSURE
AVIGILON PRO OUTDOOR ENCLOSURE
AVIGILON PRO WALL MOUNT
AVIGILON PRO WALL MOUNT
AVIGILON PRO WALL MOUNT
AVIGILON PRO WALL MOUNT
AVIGILON PRO WALL MOUNT
AVIGILON PRO WALL MOUNT

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SS-ES-PRO-S-HB
SS-ES-PR0-5-HB
SS-ES-PRO-S-HB
SS-ES-PRO-S-HB
SS-ES-PRO-S-HB
SS-ES-PRO-S-HB
ES-HD-HB
ES-HD-HB
ES-HD-HB
ES-HD-HB
ES-HD-HB
ES-HD-HB
ES-HD-HB
ES-OPT-WALL-S
ES-OPT-WALL-S
ES-OPT-WALL-S
ES-OPT-WALL-S
ES-OPT-WALL-S
ES-OPT-WALL-S
ES-OPT-WALL-S
SS-ES-HB
SS-ES-HB
SS-ES-HB
SS-ES-HB
SS-ES-HB
SS-ES-HB
SS-ES-HB
C2E-P
C2E-P
SGE2000P
SGE2000P
SGE2000P
SGE2000P
SGE2000P
SGE2000P
SGE2000P
MGBSX1
MGBSX1
MGBSX1
MGBSX1
MGBSX1
MGBSX1
MGBSX1
MGBSX1
MGBSX1
MGBSX1
MGBSX1

AVIGILON PRO SUN SHROUD


AVIGILON PRO SUN SHROUD
AVIGILON PRO SUN SHROUD
AVIGILON PRO SUN SHROUD
AVIGILON PRO SUN SHROUD
AVIGILON PRO SUN SHROUD
AVIGILON HD OUTDOOR ENCLOSURE
AVIGILON HD OUTDOOR ENCLOSURE
AVIGILON HD OUTDOOR ENCLOSURE
AVIGILON HD OUTDOOR ENCLOSURE
AVIGILON HD OUTDOOR ENCLOSURE
AVIGILON HD OUTDOOR ENCLOSURE
AVIGILON HD OUTDOOR ENCLOSURE
AVIGILON HD WALL MOUNT
AVIGILON HD WALL MOUNT
AVIGILON HD WALL MOUNT
AVIGILON HD WALL MOUNT
AVIGILON HD WALL MOUNT
AVIGILON HD WALL MOUNT
AVIGILON HD WALL MOUNT
AVIGILON HD SUN SHROUD
AVIGILON HD SUN SHROUD
AVIGILON HD SUN SHROUD
AVIGILON HD SUN SHROUD
AVIGILON HD SUN SHROUD
AVIGILON HD SUN SHROUD
AVIGILON HD SUN SHROUD
AVIGILON COAXTO ETHERNETCONV
AVIGILON COAXTO ETHERNETCONV
CISCO 24 PORT ETHERNET SWITCH
CISCO 24 PORT ETHERNET SWITCH
CISCO 24 PORT ETHERNET SWITCH
CISCO 24 PORT ETHERNET SWITCH
CISCO 24 PORT ETHERNET SWITCH
CISCO 24 PORT ETHERNET SWITCH
CISCO 24 PORT ETHERNET SWITCH
CISCO FSP FIBER TRANCEIVER
CISCO FSP FIBER TRANCEIVER
CISCO FSP FIBER TRANCEIVER
CISCO FSP FIBER TRANCEIVER
CISCO FSP FIBER TRANCEIVER
CISCO FSP FIBER TRANCEIVER
CISCO FSP FIBER TRANCEIVER
CISCO FSP FIBER TRANCEIVER
CISCO FSP FIBER TRANCEIVER
CISCO FSP FIBER TRANCEIVER
CISCO FSP FIBER TRANCEIVER

MGBSX1
MGBSX1

CISCO FSP FIBER TRANCEIVER


CISCO FSP FIBER TRANCEIVER

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6/30/10

MGBSX1

CISCO FSP FIBER TRANCEIVER

6/30/10

STM-42L

SAMSUNG 42" LCD SECURITY MONIT

6/30/10

STM-42L

SAMSUNG 42" LCD SECURITY MONIT

6/30/10

STM-42L

SAMSUNG 42" LCD SECURITY MONIT

6/30/10

STM-42l

SAMSUNG 42" LCD SECURITY MONIT

6/30/10

8.0MP-HD-DM-180

AVIGILON 8MP HD DOME CAMERA 18

6/30/10

8.0M P-HD-DM-180

AVIGILON 8MP HD DOME CAMERA 18

6/30/10

8.0MP-HD-DM-180

AVIGILON 8MP HD DOME CAMERA 18

6/30/10

8.0MP-HD-DM-180

AVIGILON 8MP HD DOME CAMERA 18

6/30/10

8.0M P-H D-DM-180

AVIGILON 8MP HD DOME CAMERA 18

6/30/10

8.0M P-HD-DM-180

AVIGILON 8MP HD DOME CAMERA 18

6/30/10

9A1875B

DUKANE REMOTE INTERCOM AMPLIFI

7/30/10

562

SHURE GOOSENECK MIC

9/29/10

562

SHURE GOOSENECK MIC

9/29/10

562

SHURE GOOSENECK MIC

9/29/10

562

SHURE GOOSENECK MIC

9/29/10

562

SHURE GOOSENECK MIC

9/29/10

PMCL317A

PELCO 17" CCTV FLAT SCREEN LCD

9/29/10

PT660

PEERLESS UNIVERSAL WALL MOUNT

9/29/10

PLCM-UNL-CP

Plasma ceiling mount includes

9/29/10

PLCM-UNL-CP

Plasma ceiling mount includes

9/29/10

PLCM-UNL-CP

Plasma ceiling mount includes

C10CH6

PELCO 24V COLOR 540TVL CAMERA

C10CH6

PELCO 24V COLOR 540TVL CAMERA

10/18/10

C10CH6

PELCO 24V COLOR 540TVL CAMERA

10/18/10

C10CH6

PELCO 24V COLOR 540TVL CAMERA


PELCO 24V COLOR 540TVL CAMERA

10/18/10

PELCO 24V COLOR 540TVL CAMERA


PELCO 24V COLOR 540TVL CAMERA

10/18/10

C10CH6
SMART1000RM1U

TRIPP-UTE 1000 VA 1U RACKMOUN

10/31/10

SMART1000RM1U

TRIPP-LITE 1000 VA 1U RACKMOUN

10/31/10

C10CH6
C10CH6

9/29/10
10/18/10

10/18/10
10/18/10

SY30K40F

APC SYMMETRA PX30KW UPS

10/31/10

SYCFXR8-8

APC SYMMETRA PX BATIERY FRAME

10/31/10

M2300

AVIGILON 24" LCD 2.3 MP MONITO

10/31/10

M2300

AVIGILON 24" LCD 2.3 MP MONITO

10/31/10

M2300

AVIGILON 24" LCD 2.3 MP MONITO

10/31/10

M2300

AVIGILON 24" LCD 2.3 MP MONITO

10/31/10

M2300

AVIGILON 24" LCD 2.3 MP MONITO

10/31/10

M2300

AVIGILON 24" LCD 2.3 MP MONITO

10/31/10

M2300

AVIGILON 24" LCD 2.3 MP MONITO

10/31/10

M2300

AVIGILON 24" LCD 2.3 MP MONITO

10/31/10

M2300

AVIGILON 24" LCD 2.3 MP MONITO

10/31/10

ACC-SDK-DEV

AVIGILON CONTROL CENTER DEV Kl

10/31/10

11MP-HD-PRO-C

AVIGILON 11 MEGAPIXEL CAMERA

10/31/10

5.0MP-HD-DN

AVIGILON 5MP HD CAMERA

10/31/10

8.0MPHDDOME360

AVIGILON 8MP 360 DEGREE DOME C

10/31/10

8.0MPHDDOME360

AVIGILON 8MP 360 DEGREE DOME C

10/31/10

2.0MP-HDDOME-DN

AVIGILON 2MP HD DOME CAMERA

10/31/10

LC2612TA

AVIGILON 2.4-8MM LENS

10/31/10

LC41214SC

AVIGILON 4-12MM LENS

10/31/10

S.OMP-HD-DM-180

AVIGILON 8MP HD DOME CAMERA 18

10/31/10

LCD22
LCD22

21.5" LCD MONITOR


21.5" LCD MONITOR

10/31/10

LCD22

21.5" LCD MONITOR

10/31/10

LCD22

21.5" LCD MONITOR

10/31/10

LCD22

21.5" LCD MONITOR

10/31/10

LCD22

21.5" LCD MONITOR

10/31/10

LCD22

21.5" LCD MONITOR

10/31/10

LCD22

21.5" LCD MONITOR

10/31/10

SF630

LCD flat wall mount for 10"-40

10/31/10

SF630

LCD flat wall mount for 10"-40

10/31/10

SF630

LCD flat wall mount for 10"-40

10/31/10

SF630

LCD flat wall mount for 10"-40

10/31/10

SF630

LCD flat wall mount for 10"-40

10/31/10

SF630

LCD flat wall mount for 10"-40

10/31/10

SF630

LCD flat wall mount for 10"-40

10/31/10

SF630

LCD flat wall mount for 10"-40

10/31/10

10/31/10

SF630

LCD flat wall mount for 10"-40

10/31/10

SF630

LCD flat wall mount for 10"-40

10/31/10

LC2612TA

AVIGILON 2.4-8MM LENS

12/22/10

C10CH6

PELCO 24V COLOR 540TVL CAMERA

1/31/11

C10CH6

PELCO 24V COLOR 540TVL CAMERA

1/31/11

C10CH6

PELCO 24V COLOR 540TVL CAMERA

1/31/11

C10CH6

PELCO 24V COLOR 540TVL CAMERA

1/31/11

C10CH6

PELCO 24V COLOR 540TVL CAMERA

1/31/11

C10CH6

PELCO 24V COLOR 540TVL CAMERA

1/31/11

C10CH6

PELCO 24V COLOR 540TVL CAMERA

1/31/11

2.0MP-HDH264D01

AVIGILON 2MP H264 OUTDOOR DOME

1/31/11

C10CH6

PELCO 24V COLOR 540TVL CAMERA

3/31/11

C10CH6

PELCO 24V COLOR 540TVL CAMERA

3/31/11

C10CH6

PELCO 24V COLOR 540TVL CAMERA

3/31/11

C10CH6

PELCO 24V COLOR 540TVL CAMERA

3/31/11

C10CH6

PELCO 24V COLOR 540TVL CAMERA

3/31/11

C10CH6

PELCO 24V COLOR 540TVL CAMERA

3/31/11

C10CH6

PELCO 24V COLOR 540TVL CAMERA

3/31/11

C10CH6

PELCO 24V COLOR 540TVL CAMERA

4/30/11

C10CH6

PELCO 24V COLOR 540TVL CAMERA

4/30/11

C10CH6

PELCO 24V COLOR 540TVL CAMERA

4/30/11

C10CH6

PELCO 24V COLOR 540TVL CAMERA

4/30/11

C10CH6

PELCO 24V COLOR 540TVL CAMERA

4/30/11

C10CH6

PELCO 24V COLOR 540TVL CAMERA

4/30/11

C10CH6

PELCO 24V COLOR 540TVL CAMERA

4/30/11

E686772

ELO 19" TOUCHSCREEN MONITOR

6/30/11

562

SHURE GOOSENECK MIC

9/22/11

562

SHURE GOOSENECK MIC

9/22/11

562

SHURE GOOSENECK MIC

9/22/11

562

SHURE GOOSENECK MIC

9/22/11

562

SHURE GOOSENECK MIC

9/22/11

TM17
E686772
CiOCH6
1A4060
VERIFACT D-V
VERIFACT D-V
10.0TBHDNVR
ENC-BRK1U
ENC-BRK1U
ENC-BRK1U
ENC-BRK1U
ENC-BRK1U
ENC-BRK1U
16CHDNVMSENT
2.0-H3-B2
2.0-H3-B2
SGE2000P
SGE2000P
1CHDNVMSENT
1CHDNVMSENT
1CHDNVMSENT
TPE-112GS
TPE-112GS
ENC-4P-H264
ENC-4P-H264
ENC-4P-H264
ENC-4P-H264
ENC-4P-H264
ENC-4P-H264
ENC-4P-H264
ENC-4P-H264
ENC-4P-H264
ENC-4P-H264
ENC-4P-H264
ENC-4P-H264
ENC-4P-H264
ENC-4P-H264
ENC-4P-H264
ENC-4P-H264
562
562
562
562
562
13VA2812
13VA2812
13VA2812
13VA2812
13VA2812

TATUNG 17" LCD MOINITOR WITH B


ELO 19" TOUCHSCREEN MONITOR
PELCO 24V COLOR 540TVL CAMERA
DUKANE 60 WATI PAGING AMPLIFIE
LOUROE VANDAL RESISTANT MICROP
LOUROE VANDAL RESISTANT MICROP
AVIGILON 10 TB SERVER
AVIGILON ENCODER RACK MOUNT
AVIGILON ENCODER RACK MOUNT
AVIGILON ENCODER RACK MOUNT
AVIGILON ENCODER RACK MOUNT
AVIGILON ENCODER RACK MOUNT
AVIGILON ENCODER RACK MOUNT
AVIGILON 16 CHANNEL NVMS SOFTW
AVIGILON 2.0 Megapixel (1080p)
AVIGILON 2.0 Megapixel (1080p)
CISCO 24 PORT ETHERNET SWITCH
CISCO 24 PORT ETHERNET SWITCH
AVIGILON 1 CHANNEL NVMS SOFTWA
AVIGILON 1 CHANNEL NVMS SOFTWA
AVIGILON 1 CHANNEL NVMS SOFTWA
TRENDNET POE SPLITIER 12V GIG
TRENDNET POE SPLITIER 12V GIG
AVIGILON 4 PORT ENCODER, H.264
AVIGILON 4 PORT ENCODER, H.264
AVIGILON 4 PORT ENCODER, H.264
AVIGILON 4 PORT ENCODER, H.264
AVIGILON 4 PORT ENCODER, H.264
AVIGILON 4 PORT ENCODER, H.264
AVIGILON 4 PORT ENCODER, H.264
AVIGILON 4 PORT ENCODER, H.264
AVIGILON 4 PORT ENCODER, H.264
AVIGILON 4 PORT ENCODER, H.264
AVIGILON 4 PORT ENCODER, H264
AVIGILON 4 PORT ENCODER, H.264
AVIGILON 4 PORT ENCODER, H.264
AVIGILON 4 PORT ENCODER, H.264
AVIGILON 4 PORT ENCODER, H.264
AVIGILON 4 PORT ENCODER, H.264
SHURE GOOSENECK MIC
SHURE GOOSENECK MIC
SHURE GOOSENECK MIC
SHURE GOOSENECK MIC
SHURE GOOSENECK MIC
PELCO 2.8-12MM 1/3" VARI-FOCAL
PELCO 2.8-12MM 1/3" VARI-FOCAL
PELCO 2.8-12MM 1/3" VARI-FOCAL
PELCO 2.8-12MM 1/3" VARI-FOCAL
PELCO 2.8-12MM 1/3" VARI-FOCAL

2/29/12
10/26/12
12/12/12
12/28/12
12/31/12
12/31/12
12/31/12
12/31/12
12/31/12
12/31/12
12/31/12
12/31/12
12/31/12
12/31/12
12/31/12
12/31/12
12/31/12
12/31/12
12/31/12
12/31/12
12/31/12
12/31/12
12/31/12
12/31/12
12/31/12
12/31/12
12/31/12
12/31/12
12/31/12
12/31/12
12/31/12
12/31/12
12/31/12
12/31/12
12/31/12
12/31/12
12/31/12
12/31/12
12/31/12
1/31/13
1/31/13
1/31/13
1/31/13
1/31/13
1/31/13
1/31/13
1/31/13
1/31/13
1/31/13

13VA2812

PELCO 2.8-12MM 1/3" VARI-FOCAL

1/31/13

13VD2812

PELCO 2.8-12MM VARI-FOCAL LENS

1/31/13

13VD2812

PELCO 2.8-12MM VARI-FOCAL LENS

1/31/13

E686772

ELO 19" TOUCHSCREEN MONITOR

1/31/13

TM17

TATUNG 17" LCD MONITOR WITH BN

2/28/13

CX108V

8 channel power amplifier, 70V

TM17

TATUNG 17" LCD MONITOR WITH BN

9/30/13
10/31/13

13VA2812

PELCO 2.8-12MM 1/3" VARI-FOCAL

11/22/13

13VA2812

PELCO 2.8-12MM 1/3" VARI-FOCAL

11/22/13

13VA2812

PELCO 2.8-12MM 1/3" VARI-FOCAL

11/22/13

13VA2812

PELCO 2.8-12MM 1/3" VARI-FOCAL

11/22/13

13VA2812

PELCO 2.8-12MM 1/3" VARI-FOCAL

11/22/13

13VA2812

PELCO 2.8-12MM 1/3" VARI-FOCAL

11/22/13

13VD2812

PELCO 2.8-12MM VARI-FOCAL LENS

11/22/13

13VD2812

PELCO 2.8-12MM VARI-FOCAL LENS

11/22/13

9A1875B

DUKANE REMOTE INTERCOM AMPLIFI

2/28/14

SCV-2080

SAMSUNG MINI DOME CCTV CAMERA

7/31/14

SCV-2080

SAMSUNG MINI DOME CCTV CAMERA

7/31/14

SCV-2080

SAMSUNG MINI DOME CCTV CAMERA

7/31/14

SCV-2080

SAMSUNG MINI DOME CCTV CAMERA

7/31/14

9A1875B

DUKANE REMOTE INTERCOM AMPLIFI

10/31/14

TM17

TATUNG 17" LCD MONITOR WITH BN

10/31/14

1CHDNVMSENT

AVIGILON 1 CHANNEL NVMS SOFTWA

4/30/15

1CHDNVMSENT

AVIGILON 1 CHANNEL NVMS SOFTWA

4/30/15

1CHDNVMSENT

AVIGILON 1 CHANNEL NVMS SOFTWA

4/30/15

1CHDNVMSENT
TPE-112GS

AVIGILON 1 CHANNEL NVMS SOFTWA


TRENDNET POE SPLITTER 12V GIG

6/26/15

TPE-112GS

TRENDNET POE SPLITTER 12V GIG

6/26/15

TPE-112GS

TRENDNET POE SPLITTER 12V GIG

6/26/15

TPE-112GS

TRENDNET POE SPLITTER 12V GIG

6/26/15

TPE-112GS

TRENDNET POE SPLITTER 12V GIG

6/26/15

5.0-H3-D01

AVIGILON 5MP H264 DOME CAMERA,

6/26/15

5.0-H3-D01

AVIGILON 5MP H264 DOME CAMERA,

6/26/15

13VD2812

PELCO 2.8-12MM VARI-FOCAL LENS

6/30/15

13VD2812

PELCO 2.8-12MM VARl-FOCAL LENS

6/30/15

13VD2812

PELCO 2.8-12MM VARI-FOCAL LENS

6/30/15

6/26/15

Rev. 09/2013
AlTACHMENT To
SHAWNEE CDUN'fY CONTltACT C _ _ __

CONTRACTUAL PROVISlONS ATTACHMENT


The undersigned parties agree that tho following provisions are hereby
incorporated into the contract to which it is attached and made a part !hereof,
said contract being dated the ____ day of _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __,
20__ .

J.

TERMS H.EREIN CONTROLJ.lNG PROVISIONS. It is expressly agreed


that the tenns of each and every provision in tl1is attachment shall
prevail and control over the tenns of any other conilicling provision in
any other document relating to and a part of the contract in which this
anachment is incorporated.

2.

AGREEMENT WITTI .KANSAS LAW. !( is agreed by and between the

undersigned that all disputes and mutters whatsoever arising under, in


connection with or incident. to this contract shall be litigated, if at all, in
and be.ibre a Court located in the State of Kansas, U.S.A., to the
exclusion of the Court~ of any other states or country. All contractual
agreements shal.l be subject to, governed by, and construed according to
the laws of the State of Kansas.

3.

TEBMINATION

DUE

TO

LACK

OF

DTSCLATMT<:R OF LIAIUUTY. Neither the County of Shav.nee nor any

department thereof shall hold hnnnless or indemnify any contractor for


any liability whatsoever.
5.

ACCEPTANCE OF CONTitACT. This contract shall not be considered


accepted, approved or otherwise effective until the required approvals
and certifications have been given and this is signed by the Board of
County Commissioners of the County of Shawnee, Kansas.

7.

ARIHTR.-1.1TDN. DA!I-1AGES. WA.RRA.NTIES.


Notwithstanding any
language to the contrary, no interpretation shall be allowed to find the
County has agreed to binding arbitration, or the pa)~nent of damages or
penalties upon the occurrence of a contingen~y Further, the County
shall not agree to pay attorney fees and late payment charges; and no
provisions will be given effect which attempts to exclude, modify,
disclaim or other~~se attempt to limit implied warranties of
merchantability and fimess for a particular purpose.

8.

TO CONTRACT. By signing this


document, the representative of the contractor thereby represents that
such person is duly authorized by the contractor to execute this
document on behalf of the contractor and that the contractor agrees to be
bound by the provisions thereof.

9.

REsPONSillfLn"Y

REPRESENTA'ffi'E'S AUTHORITY

Folt TAXES. The County shall not be responsible for,


nor indemnify a contractor for, any federal, state or local taxes which
may be imposed or levied upon the subje.ct matter of this contract.

FJ:fi':!l?ING

APPROPRIATION. Shawnee County is subject to the Km1sas Cash


Basis Law, K.S.A. 10-1101 er seq. It; in the judgment of the Financial
Administrator, Audit-Finance Office, suffi.cient funds are not
appropriated to continue the function performed in this agreement and
for the payment of the charges hereunder, County may terminate fhis
agreement at the end of its current fiscal year. County agrees to give
written noli ce of te1mination i'o contractor at least thitty (30) days prior
to the end of its current fiscal year. In the event this agreement is
terminated pursuant to this paragraph, County will pay to the contractor
all regular contractllal payments incurred through the end of such fiscal
year. The termination of the contract pursuant to this paragraph shall
not cause any penalty to be charged to fhe Cmmty or the contractor.
4.

6.

ANTI-DISCRIML'<ATION CLAUSE. The contractor agrees: (a) to comply

with the Kansas Act Against Discrimination (K.S.A. 44-1001 et seq.)


and the Kansns Age Discrimination in Employment Act, (K.S.A. 441111 et seq.) and the applicable provisions of the Americans Wi1h
Disabilities Act (42 U.S.C. 12101 et seq.) [ADA] and to not
discriminate against any person because
race, religion, color, sex,
disability, national origin or ancestry, or age in the admission of access
to or treatment or employment in, its programs or activities; (b) to
include in all solicitations or adverusements for employees, the phrase
"equal opportunity employer"; (c) to comply with the reporting
require111ents set out in K.S.A. 44-1031 and K.S.A. 44-1116; (d) to
include those provisions in every subcontract or purchase order so that
U1ey are binding upon such subcontractor or vendor; (e) that a failure to
comply with the reporting requirements of (c) above or if the contractor
is found guilty of any l'iolation of such acts by the Kansas Hum~m
Rights Commission, such violation shall constitute a breach of contract;
(f) if Ute contracting agency determines tl1at the contractor has violated
applicnble provisions of ADA, that violation shall constit11te a breach of
contract; (g) if (e) or (f) occurs, the contract muy be cancelled,
te.nuinated or suspended in whole or in pan by the County.
Parties to this contract understand that subsections (b) through (e) of
this paragraph number 5 are not applicable to a contn1ctor who employs
fewer than four employe-es or whose contract with the County totals
$5,000 or less during this fiscal year.

I 0. INsmtA.NcE. The County shall not be required to purchase, any


insurance against loss or damage to any personal property to which this
contract relates, nor shall this contract require the County to establish a
"self-insurance" f1md to protect against any such loss or damage.
Subject to the provisions of the Kansas Tort Claims Act (K.S.A. 756!01 el seq.), the vendor or lessor shall bear the risk of any loss or
damage to . y personal property to which
pr or lessor holds title.

By:

Oe" a-.-~- I 1?1~-a._,y/


Title:

__LO- /-!5
Date:
BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
SHAWJ'IEE COUNTY, KA.NSAS

of

Kevin J. Cook, Chair

Date:

ATTEST:

Cj1Jlhia A Beck, Shawnee County Clerk

Shawnee County

Department of Corrections
501 S.E. 8th Street - Topeka, Kansas 66607

Brian W. Cole, Director


Adult Detention Facility- 501 SE 8th- Topeka, Kansas 66607- (785) 291-5000- FAX (785) 291-4924
Youth Detention Facility- 401 SE 8th- Topeka, Kansas 66607- (785) 233-6459- FAX (785) 291-4963
Corrections Annex- 818 SE Adams- Topeka, Kansas 66607- (785) 291-5000- FAX (785) 291-4930

DATE:

December 15,2015

TO:

Board of County Commissioners

FROM:

Brian W. Cole, Director

SUBJECT:

Request to Approve Surveillance System Software Upgrade

R.Y-

I am seeking your approval to accept the attached proposal for work by Sound Products, Inc.
(SPI) for work in updating the software on the servers and workstations throughout the Adult and
Juvenile Detention Centers.

In 20 I 0, the department underwent a comprehensive overhaul and upgrade to .the security


surveillance system. This upgrade included the installation of servers and workstations that
would control and then be capable of calling up and viewing the more than 600 cameras in the
system. Those servers were then running the latest version of the camera control software and the
most stable Windows operating system for that software. As our system service provider, SPI is a
sole source provider for this work.
This project includes replacing the operating system to Windows 7 and then uploading the latest
version of the camera control software on the servers and the workstations. Without this updated
software, the newer cameras in the system will not be viewable. The project costs ($14,845.00)
will be paid out of the Detention Budget (I ODFOOO 50220).
Accordingly, I request that this project be approved. I will be happy to answer any questions you
may have.
BWC:tp
cc:

Betty Greiner, Financial Administrator


Richard Eckert, County Counselor
Eve Kendall, Deputy Director
Timothy Phelps, Deputy Director

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PROPOSAL

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December 8, 2015

PAGEl
Shawnee Co. Dept Corrections
Topeka

KS

The following proposal shall include complete installation of all listed equipment, software and training for designated
operators.
This addition will bring all Servers and Workstations from Avigilon Control Center Four to Avigilon Control Center Five.
All Servers and Workstations will have Windows 7 installed and all updates will be loaded. The SDK for communication to
the CTI Software will be updated to accommodate this transition.

ACC5 CONVERSION FOR SERVERS AND WORKSTATIONS


7

6
13

ACC5-4T05-ENT-UPG
NVR-SVR1-XPWES7-

A vigil on
Avigilon
Microsoft
CTI

ACC 5 Upgrade License for One ACC 4 NVR


NVR Server Upgrade to Windows 7
XP to Windows 7
SDK Alterations and Redevelopement
Back Up Hard Drives - 2 500GB, 2 1TB, 1 2TB

TOTAL (less tax)

$14,845.00

OPTIONAL ON-SITE SUPPORT SERVICES PROVIDED BY AVIGILON- NOT REQURED


2

Two Days of A vigil on On-Site Support

Terms:

Net 30

Prices Good For

30 Days

MONTY EHRLICH
ACCOUNT MANAGER

$7,200.00

Shawnee County

Department of Corrections
501 S.E. 8th Street - Topeka, Kansas 66607

Brian W. Cole, Director


Adult Detention Facility- 501 SE 8th- Topeka, Kansas 66607- (785) 291-5000- FAX (785) 291-4924
Youth Detention Facility- 401 SE 8th- Topeka, Kansas 66607- (785) 233-6459- FAX (785) 291-4963
Corrections Annex- 818 SE Adams- Topeka, Kansas 66607- (785) 291-5000- FAX (785) 291-4930

TO:

Board of County Commissioners

FROM:

Brian W. Cole, Director ~

DATE:

December 15, 2015

RE:

Approval of Agreement for HVAC Controls Maintenance (Johnson Controls,


Inc.)

I am requesting approval of the enclosed service agreement with Johnson Controls, Inc. (JCI) for
the Shawnee County Department of Corrections HVAC systems controls. The current agreement
with JCI was for a three-year period ending December 31,2015.
JCI currently provides the computer support and maintenance to the HV AC systems in the Adult
Detention Center addition, Juvenile Detention Center (including the new kitchen), and the
Corrections Annex. The cost of the new agreement continues with a 6% increase the first year,
then no increases for 2017 or 2018. The agreement sets the maintenance costs at $12,730.00 for
each of the three years of the agreement.
JCI is a sole source vendor for our HV AC controls in these locations. The County Counselor has
approved the agreement as to form and legality. Funds are available in the FY2016 detention
budget ( 1ODFOOO 50230) for this agreement.
I will be happy to answer any questions you may have.
BWC:tp
cc:

Richard Eckert, County Counselor


Betty Greiner, Financial Administrator
Eve Kendall, Deputy Director
Timothy Phelps, Deputy Director

Johnson

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Controls
12/9/2015

Major Tim Phelps


Shawnee County Corrections
401 SE 81h Street
Topeka, KS 66607
Contract Renewal Notice
Dear Major Phelps:
Thank you for choosing Johnson Controls, Inc. to service your facility. We appreciate your business and look
forward to another year in our partnership.
Your Service Agreement is set to renew January 1, 2016 and run through December 31, 2018. We are proposing a
three year agreement as requested in our meeting, the renewal price for each year will be as follows:

Year #1 = $12,730.00
Year #2 = $12,730.00
Year #3 = $12,730.00

At Johnson Controls, our core values revolve around customer satisfaction. As part of our effort to provide you with
the ultimate service experience, we survey our customers on a regular basis to obtain measurements of our
performance. We strive for service excellence and work to continuously improve based on your feedback. Our
customer service professionals, technicians and leaders will mal<e every effort to:

Deliver technical expertise and resources


Be a solid business partner
Respond quickly to your needs
Keep you informed
Be professional and committed

If you do need us to reference a new signature, a different purchase order or requisition number, please sign,
attach a copy of your new PO and note the PO#.
We appreciate your business and remain committed to providing you with the best possible service experience.
Please do not hesitate to call if we can assist you in any way.

Sincerely,

JOH SON

CONT~N~

Charles Beard
Branch Service Manager
9850 Legler Rd
Lenexa KS 66219-1263
Charles. E. Beard@jci.com
Phone: (913)307-4246
Service: (866)298-7696
@ 2015 Johnson Controls
Customer Confidential

Do not copy (Jlhysically, electronically, or in any other media) without the express written permission of Johnson Controls, Inc.

Planned Service
CUSTOMER
SHAWNEE COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF
CORRECTIONS
LOCAL JOHNSON CONTROLS OFFICE
9850 LEGLER RD
LENEXA, KS 66219-1263
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AGREEMENT START DATE:


1/1/2016
PROPOSAL DATE:
12/9/2015
ESTIMATE NO:
1-BC3WMD2

Partnering with you to deliver value-driven solutions


A Planned Service Agreement with Johnson Controls provides you with a customized service
strategy designed around the needs of your facility. Our approach features a combination of
scheduled, predictive and preventative maintenance services that focus on your goals.
As your building technology services partner. Johnson Controls delivers an unmatched service
expsrience delivered by factory-trained, higr1ly skilk::c! technici<ms who optimize operations of
th::~ bui!ciin~JS we work with, crearing produc:ive and safe environments for the people within.

By integrating our service expertise with innovative process{:s and technologi~)S, our value
driven pl;::mnecl service solutions detivet sustainable results, minimize equiprnent downtime
maxirnize occupant comfort.

METASYS.
BY JOHNSON CONTROLS

BY JOHNSON CONTROLS

Johnson

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Controls

,lOHIl!:iOI\l CONTfiuL::.; PLANNED SERVICE PROPOSAL


;ru:.J '1\ndi ;.:on SHA\!Vf'.JEE COUNTY DEr)AFHMEf\IT OF COHF-<ECTIONS

Executive Summary
PLANNED SERVICE PROPOSAL FOR SHAWNEE COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF
CORRECTIONS
Dear Major Tim Phelps,
We value and appreciate your interest in Johnson Controls as a service provider for
your building systems and are pleased to provide a value-driven maintenance solution
for your facility. The enclosed proposal outlines the Planned Service Agreement we
have developed on your facility.
Details are included in the Planned Service Agreement summary (Schedule A), but
highlights are as follows:

In this proposal we are offering a service agreement for 3 Years starting 1/1/2016 and ending 12/31/2018.

The agreement price for first year is $12, 730.00; see Schedule A, Supplemental Price
and Payment Terms, for pricing in subsequent years.

The equipment options and number of visits being provided for each piece of equipment
are described in Schedule A, Equipment list.

As a manufacturer of both mechanical and controls systems, Johnson Controls has the
expertise and resources to provide proper maintenance and repair services for your facility.
Again, thank you for your interest in Johnson Controls and we look forward to becoming your
building technology services partner.
Please contact me if you have any questions.
Sincerely,

Branch Service Manager


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Benefits of Planned Service


A Planned Service Agreement with Johnson Controls
will allow you to optimize your building's facility
performance, providing dependability, sustainability
and energy efficiency. You'll get a value-driven
solution that fits your specific goals, delivered with the
attention of a local service company backed by the
resources of a global organization.
With this Planned Service Agreement, Johnson
Controls can help you achieve the following five
objectives:
1. Identify Energy Savings Opportunities
Since HVAC equipment accounts for a major
portion of a building's energy usage, keeping
your system performing at optimum levels may
lead to a significant reduction in energy costs.

IDENTIFY EHERGY
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2. Reduce Future Repair Costs


Routine maintenance may maximize the life of your equipment and may reduce
equipment breakdowns.

3. Extend Asset Life


Through proactive, factory-recommended maintenance, the life of your HVAC assets
may be extended, maximizing the return on your investment.

4. Ensure Productive Environments


Whether creating a comfortable place where employees can be productive or controlling
a space to meet specialized needs, maintenance can help you achieve an optimal
environment for the work that is being accomplished
5. Promote Environmental Health and Safety
When proper indoor conditions and plant requirements are maintained, business
outcomes may be improved by minimizing sick leave, reducing accidents, minimizing
greenhouse gas emissions and managing refrigerant requirements.
All of the services we perform on your equipment are aligned with "The 5 Values of Planned
Maintenance" and our technicians understand how the work they perform can help you
accomplish your business objectives.

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Personalized Account Management


A Planned Service Agreement also provides you with the support of an entire team that knows
your site and can closely work with you on budget planning and asset management. Your local
Johnson Controls account management team can help guide planned replacement, energy
retrofits and other building improvement projects. You'll have peace of mind that an entire team
of skilled professionals will be looking out for what is best for your facility and budget.

A Culture of Safety
Johnson Controls technicians take safety seriously and
personally, and integrate it into everything they do. All of our
technicians participate in regular and thorough safety
training. Because of their personal commitment, we are a
leader in the HVAC service industry for workplace safety
performance. This means that you do not have to worry
about us when we are on your site.

Commitment to Customer Satisfaction


Throughout the term of your Planned Service Agreement, we will periodically survey you and
use your feedback to continue to make improvements to our service processes and products.
Our goal is to deliver the most consistent and complete service experience possible. To meet
this goal, we've developed and implemented standards and procedures to ensure you receive
the ultimate service experience- every time.

Energy & Sustainability


A more sustainable world one building at a time- Johnson Controls is a company that started
more than 125 years ago with a product that reduced energy use in buildings. We've been
saving energy for customers ever since. Today, Johnson Controls is a global leader in creating
smart environments where people live, work and play, helping to create a more comfortable,
safe and sustainable world.

The Value of Integrity


Johnson Controls has a long, proud history of
integrity. We do what we say we will do and
stand behind our commitments. Our good
reputation builds trust and loyalty. In
recognition for our commitment to ethics
across our global operations, we are honored
to be named one of the World's Most Ethical
Companies by Ethisphere Institute, a leading
think tank dedicated to business ethics and corporate social responsibility. In addition,
Corporate Responsibility Magazine recognizes Johnson Controls as one of the top companies
in its annual"1 00 Best Corporate Citizens" list.

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Service Plan Methodology


As part of the delivery of this Planned Service Agreement, Johnson Controls will dedicate a
local customer service agent responsible for having a clear understanding of the agreement
scope, and your facility procedures and protocols.
A high-level overview around our service delivery process is outlined below including
scheduling, emergency service, on-site paperwork, communication and performing repairs
outside of the agreement scope.

Scheduling
Preventative maintenance service will be scheduled using our automated service management
system. In advance of the scheduled service visit, our technician is sent a notice of service to a
smartphone. Once the technician acknowledges the request, your customer service agent will
call or e-mail your on-site contact to let you know the start date and type of service scheduled.
The technician checks in, wears personal protective equipment, performs the task(s) as
assigned, checks out with you and asks for a screen capture signature on the smartphone
device. A work order is then e-mailed, faxed or printed for your records.

Emergency Services
Emergency service can be provided 7 days a week, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. During
normal business hours, emergency service will be coordinated by the customer service agent.
After hours, weekends and holidays, the emergency service number transfers to the Johnson
Controls after-hours call center and on-call technicians are dispatched as needed.
Johnson Controls is committed to dispatching a technician within hours of receiving your call
through the service line. A work order is e-mailed, faxed or printed for your records. Depending
on the terms of your agreement, you may incur charges for after hour services.

Communication
A detailed communication plan will be provided to you so you know how often we will provide
information to you regarding your Planned Service Agreement. The communication plan will
also provide you with your main contacts at Johnson Controls.

Approval Process for Non-Covered Items


Johnson Controls will adhere to your procurement process. No work will be performed outside
of the agreement scope without prior approval. Johnson Controls will work with you closely to
ensure your procurement process is followed before any non-covered item work is started.

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Summary of Services and Options


Comprehensive and Operational Inspections
During comprehensive and operational inspections, Johnson Controls will perform routine
checks of the equipment for common issues caused by normal wear and tear on the equipment.
Additional tests can be run to confirm the equipment's performance.
Routine maintenance, such as lubrication, cleaning and tightening connections, can be
performed depending on the type of equipment being serviced. Routine maintenance is one of
the keys to the five values of maintenance- it can help identify energy saving opportunities,
reduce future repair costs, extend asset life, ensure productive environments, and promote
health and safety.

Summary
Thank you for considering Johnson Controls as your building technology services partner. The
following agreement document includes all the details surrounding your Planned Service
Agreement.
With planned service from Johnson Controls, you'll get a value-driven solution that can help
optimize your building controls and equipment performance, providing dependability,
sustainability and energy efficiency. You'll get a solution that fits your specific goals, delivered
with the attention of a local service company backed by the resources of a global organization.

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Customer Name: SHAWNEE COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS


Address: 501 SE 8TH AVE TOPEKA KS 66607-1113
Proposal Date: 12/9/2015
Estimate#: 1-BC3WMD2

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Johnson Controls, Inc. ("JCI") and the Customer (collectively the "Parties") agree Preventative
Maintenance Services, as defined in Schedule A ("Services"), will be provided by JCI at the Customer's
facility. This Planned Service Agreement, the Equipment List, Supplemental Price and Payment Terms,
Terms and Conditions, and Schedules attached hereto and incorporated by this reference as if set forth
fully herein (collectively the "Agreement"), cover the rights and obligations of both the Customer and JCL

j Extended Service Options for Premium

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If Premium Coverage is selected, on-site repair services to the equipment will be provided as specified in
this Agreement for the equipment listed in the attached Equipment List.

[ Equipment List
Only the equipment listed in the Equipment List will be covered as part of this Agreement. Any changes to
the Equipment List must be agreed upon in writing by both Parties.

I Term I Automatic Renewal


This Agreement takes effect on 1/1/2016 and will continue until12/31/2018 ("Original Term"). The
Agreement will automatically renew on a year-to-year basis after the Original Term ends unless the
Customer or JCI gives the other written notice it does not want to renew. The notice must be delivered at
least forty-five (45) days prior to the end of the Original Term or of any renewal period. The Original Term
and any renewal periods are sometimes collectively referred to in this Agreement as the "Term". Renewal
price adjustments are discussed in the Terms and Conditions.

[Refrigerant Ch_a_rg_e_s_ _ _ _ _ _ __
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The total Contract Price for JCI's Services during the 1st year of the Original Term is $12,730.00. This
amount will be paid to JCI in Annual installments. Pricing for each subsequent year of a multiyear original
term is set forth in the Supplemental Price and Payment Terms. All payments will be due and payable
within 30 days of the invoice date and such timely payment by Customer shall be a condition precedent to
JCI's obligation to perform its Services. A penalty of one and a half percent (1.5%) of the amount due per
month shall accrue for payments received after the payment due date. Renewal price adjustments are
set forth in the Terms and Conditions.
Invoices will be sent to the following location:

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TERMS AND CONDITIONS


DEFINITIONS
CONNECTED SERVICES are the services and related equipment that allow JCI to access, monitor, and trend data remotely, and
which may be available for certain types of Covered Equipment.
CONTRACT PRICE means the price that Customer shall pay to JCI for the Services.
COVERED EQUIPMENT means the equipment for which Services are to be provided under this Agreement. Covered Equipment is
set forth in Schedule A- Equipment List.
EQUIPMENT FAILURE means the failure, under nonnal and expected working conditions, of moving parts or electric or electronic
components of the Covered Equipment that are necessary for its operation.
SCHEDULED SERVICE VISITS are the on-site labor visits required to perform JCI recommended inspections and preventive
maintenance on Covered Equipment.
SCHEDULED SERVICE MATERIALS are the materials required to perform Scheduled Service Visits on Covered Equipment,
unless excluded from the Agreement.
PREMISES means those Customer premises where the Covered Equipment is located.
REPAIR LABOR is the labor necessary to restore Covered Equipment to working condition following an Equipment Failure, but
does not include services relating to total equipment replacement due to obsolescence or unavailability of parts.
CENTRAL STATION MONITORING means remote monitoring of Covered Equipment and/or systems Including building
automation, HVAC equipment, and fire alarm, intrusion, and/or other life safety systems for alarm and event notifications.
REMOTE OPERATING SERVICES means remote interrogation, modification and/or operation of building automation, HVAC
equipment, and/or other Covered Equipment.
REPAIR MATERIALS are the parts and materials necessary to restore Covered Equipment to working condition following an
Equipment Failure, but excludes total equipment replacement due to obsolescence or unavailability of parts, unless excluded from
the Agreement. At JCI's option, Repair Materials may be new, used, or reconditioned.
SERVICES are the work, materials, labor, service visits, and repairs to be provided by JCI pursuant to this A9reement.
JCI'S SERVICES FOR COVERED EQUIPMENT

A.

1.

BASIC COVERAGE means Scheduled Service Visits, plus Scheduled Service Materials (unless excluded from this
Agreement). No parts, equipment, Repair Labor or Repair Materials are provided for under BASIC COVERAGE.

2.

PREMIUM COVERAGEmeans BASIC COVERAGE plus Repair Labor, plus Repair Materials (unless excluded from the
Agreement).

3.

EXTENDED SERVICE means Services perfomned outside JCI's normal business hours and is available only if Customer
has PREMIUM COVERAGE. Extended Service is available either 24/5 or 24/7, at Custome(s election. The price for
Extended Service, if chosen by Customer, is part of the total Contract Price.

4.

CONNECTED SERVICES. If Customer is receiving Connected Services on any Covered Equipment as more fully
described in Schedule A, Customer may be required to allow JCI to install hardware and/or software to enable
communication with Customer's Covered Equipment ("Gateway Device"). In order for JCI to deliver Connected Services
on the Covered Equipment, Customer shall provide a secure Internet connection to allow remote access to the Gateway
Device in order to remotely access, transmit, store, and trend data for the purposes of providing Services. JCI will not use
Connected Services to remotely operate or make changes to Customer's Equipment. The Gateway Device shall remain
JCI's property, and JCI may upon reasonable notice remove it at any time. JCI makes no any warranty or guarantee
relating to the Connected Services.

5.

CENTRAL STATION MONITORING OR REMOTE OPERATING SERVICES. If Central Station Monitoring Services or
Remote Operating Services are provided, Customer agrees to furnish JCI with a list of the names, titles, addresses, and
phone numbers of all persons authorized to enter the Premises during periods when such premises are closed for
business. If JCI's Services include "Central Station Monitoring Services with Open and Close," Customer also agrees to
furnish JCI with Customer's daily and holiday opening and closing schedules.

6.

CUSTOMER SERVICE INFORMATION PORTAL. Customer may be able to utilize JCI's Customer Service Information
Portal during the tenn of the Agreement, pursuant to the then applicable Terms of Use Agreement

INITIAL EQUIPMENT INSPECTION NECESSARY FOR PREMIUM COVERAGE

If Customer has ordered PREMIUM COVERAGE, JCI will inspect the Covered Equipment within forty-five (45) days of the date of
this Agreement, or as seasonal or operational conditions permit. JCI will then advise Customer if JCI finds any Covered Equipment
not in working order or in need of repair. With Customer's approval, JCI will perform the work necessary to put the Covered
Equipment in proper working condition, subject to the terms of this Agreement. Customer will pay for such work at JCI's standard

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rates for parts and labor in effect at the time that the work is performed. If Customer does not want JCJ to perform the work
identified as necessary by JCI, any equipment thereby affected will be removed from the Jist of Covered Equipment, and the
Contract Price will be adjusted accordingly. Should Customer not make JCJ's recommended repairs or proceed with the modified
PREMIUM COVERAGE, JCI reserves the right to invoice Customer for the cost of the Initial equipment Inspection.

8.

OUT OF SCOPESERVICES

If, during any Service Vlsit, JCJ detects a defect in any of Customer's equipment that is not Covered Equipment under this
Agreement (an "Out of Scope Defect"), JCI may (but shall have no obligation to) notify Customer of such Out of Scope Defect. If
Customer elects for JCI to repair such Out of Scope Defect, or if JCI otherwise performs any Services or provides any materials,
parts, or equipment outside the scope of the Services (collectively, "Out of Scope Services"), Customer shall direct JCito perform
such Out of Scope Services in writing, and Customer shall pay for such Out of Scope Services at JCJ's standard fees or hourly
rates. If, after receiving notice of an Out of Scope Defect, Customer elects not to engage JCI to repair such Out of Scope Defect,
Customer shall defend and Indemnify JCI from and against any and all losses, damages, claims, costs and expenses arising directly
or indirectly out of such Out of Scope Defect. Any Out of Scope Services performed by JCI at the direction of Customer pursuant to
this Section shall be subject to the terms of this Agreement.

C.

0.

ADDITIONAL TERMS RELATING TO CENTRAL STATION MONITORING OF INTRUSION, FIRE, AND OTHER UFE
SAFETY SYSTEMS

1.

Alarm Dispatches. JCI, upon receipt of an alarm or other signal from the Premises, shall make reasonable efforts to
transmit the signal to the appropriate police, fire department, or other emergency response agency having jurisdiction
(unless there is reason to believe that an emergency condition does not exist), and JCJ shall make a reasonable effort to
notify Customer or its designated representative by telephone, unless instructed to do otherwise by Customer in writing.
JCI, upon receipt of an industrial process signal from the Premises, shall take reasonable steps to notify Customer's
representative pursuant to Customer's written instructions. Customer acknowledges that if the signals transmitted from
the Premises will be monitored in a monitoring facility not operated by JCI, the personnel in such monitoring facilities are
not the agents of JCI, nor does JCI assume any responsibility for the manner in which such signals are monitored or the
response to such signal.

2.

Communications Media. Customer acknowledges that monitoring of Covered Equipment requires transmission of
signals over standard telephone lines and/or the Internet and that these modes of transmission may be Interrupted,
circumvented, or compromised, in which case no signal can be transmitted from the Premises to the monitoring facility.
Customer understands that to allow the monitoring facility to be aware of such a condition, additional or alternative
protection can be installed, such as line security devices, at Customer's cost and expense and for transmission via
telephone line only. Customer acknowledges It is aware that line security devices are available and, unless expressly
identified in Schedule A Equipment List, has declined to purchase such devices. Customer further acknowledges that
such additional protection is not available for Internet transmission under this Agreement

3.

False or Unnecessary Alarms and Service Calls. AI JCJ's option, an additional fee may be charged for any false alanm
or unnecessary Service Visit caused or necessitated by Customer. In addition, Customer shall be fully responsible and
liable for any fines, penalties, or charges assessed as the result of any false alarm and shall reimburse JCI for any costs
incurred by JCI in connection therewith.

EXCLUSIONS

1.

2.

JCI's Services and warranty obligations expressly exclude:


(a)

the repair or replacement of ductwork, casings, cabinets, structural supports, tower fill/slats/basin, hydronic and
pneumatic piping, and vessels, gaskets, and piping not normally replaced or maintained on a scheduled basis, and
removal of oil from pneumatic piping;

(b)

disposal of hazardous wastes (except as otherwise expressly provided herein);

(c)

supplies, accessories, or any Items normally consumed during the use of Covered Equipment, such as ribbons,
bulbs and paper;

(d)

the furnishing of materials and supplies for painting or refinishing equipment;

(e)

the repair or replacement of wire in conduit, buried cable/transmission lines, or the like, if not nonmally replaced or
maintained on a scheduled basis; and

(f)

replacement of obsolete parts.

JCI's Services and warranty obligations do not include repairs or service required as the result of:
(a)

abuse, misuse, alterations, adjustments, attachments, combinations, modifications, or repairs to Covered Equipment
not performed, provided, or approved in writing by JCJ;

(b)

issues caused by or related to equipment not covered by this Agreement or attachments made to Covered
Equipment;

(c)

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and Customer's failure to keep the site clean and free of dust, sand, or other particles or debris, unless such
conditions are previously expressly acknowledged by JCI in writing;

E.

(d)

use of the Covered Equipment in a manner or environment, or for any purpose, for which it was not designed by the
manufacturer;

(e)

issues resulting from site-related and environmental conditions, including but not limited to power failures and
fluctuations in electrical current (or "power surges");

(f)
(g)
(h)

the effects of erosion, corrosion, acid cleaning, or damage from unexpected or especially severe freezing weather;
any other issues or failures not specifically covered by this Agreement; or
any other issues caused by occurrences beyond JCI's reasonable control and without JCI's fault or negligence.

PAYMENT OBLIGATION

Customer shall pay all invoices when due in accordance with the payment terms provided for in the Agreement, and such payment
is a condition precedent to JCI's obligation to perform Services under the Agreement In issuing any purchase order related to this
Agreement, and notwithstanding any language to the contrary therein, Customer acknowledges and agrees that any and all JCI
invoices for an amount greater than $25,000 shall be paid only via wire transfer, check, or money order. If this Agreement Is
renewed, JCI will provide Customer with notice of any adjustments in the Contract Price applicable to any renewal period no later
than forty-five (45) days prior to the commencement of that renewal period. Unless Customer terminates the Agreement at least
thirty (30) days prior to the start of such renewal period, the adjusted price shall be the price for the renewal period.

F.

STANDARD OF CARE AND WARRANTIES

JCI warrants its Services will be provided in a good and workmanlike manner. JCI will promptly re-perform any non-conforming
Services for no charge, as long as Customer provides written notice to JCI within one (1) calendar year from the date the Services
were performed. If JCI installs or furnishes goods or equipment under this Agreement, and such goods or equipment are covered
by an end-user warranty from their manufacturer, JCI will transfer the benefits of such warranty to Customer. Customer must
promptly notify JCI in writing of any defect or non-conformance of the Services, parts, or equipment. Upon receipt of such written
notice from Customer, JCI will repair or replace (at JCI's option) the defective equipment or re-perform the defective Services.
These warranties do not extend to any Services or equipment that have been misused, altered, or repaired by Customer or third
parties without the supervision of and prior written approval of JCI, or if JCI serial numbers or warranty decals have been removed
or altered. All replaced parts or equipment shall become JCI's property. This warranty is not assignable. Warranty service will be
provided during normal business hours, excluding holidays. The remedies set forth herein shall be Customer's sole and exclusive
remedy with regards to any warranty claim under this Agreement. Any lawsuit based upon the warranty must be brought no later
than one (1) year after the expiration of the applicable warranty period. This limitation is in lieu of any other applicable statute of
limitations. CUSTOMER FURTHER ACKNOWLEDGES AND AGREES THAT THESE WARRANTIES ARE JCI'S SOLE
WARRANTIES AND ARE IN LIEU OF ALL OTHER WARRANTIES, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO
THOSE OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. Except with respect to goods or equipment
manufactured by JCI and furnished to Customer hereunder, for which JCI shall provide its express written manufacturer's warranty,
JCI shall not be considered a merchant or vendor of goods or equipment.

G.

CUSTOMER OBLIGATIONS AND COMMITMENTS TO JCI

Customer warrants it has given JCI all information concerning the condition of the Covered Equipment.
The Customer agrees and warrants that, during the Term of this Agreement, Customer will:
(1)

operate the Covered Equipment according to the manufacturer's and/or JCI's recommendations;

(2)

keep accurate and current work logs and information about the Covered Equipment as recommended by the
manufacturer and/or JCI;

(3)

provide an adequate environment for Covered Equipment as recommended by the manufacturer and/or JCI, including,
but not limited to adequate space, electrical power, Water supply, air conditioning, and humidity control;

(4)

notify JCI immediately of any Covered Equipment malfunction, breakdown, or other condition affecting the operation of
the Covered Equipment;

(5)

provide JCI with safe access to its Premises and Covered Equipment at all reasonable and necessary times for the
performance of the Services;

(6)

allow JCI to start and stop, periodically turn off, or otherwise change or temporarily suspend equipment operations so
that JCI can perform the Services required under this Agreement;

(7)

as applicable, provide proper condenser and boiler water treatment for the proper functioning of Covered Equipment;

(8)

carefully and properly set and test the intrusion alarm system each night or at such other time as Customer shall close
the Premises;
obtain all necessary licenses and permits required for and pay all taxes associated with the Services;

(9)
(1 0)

notify JCt immediately of any claimed inadequacy In, or failure of, the Covered Equipment or other condition affecting the
operation of the Covered Equipment;

(11)

furnish any necessary 110 volt NC power and electrical outlets at its expense;

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properly maintain, repair, service, and assure the proper operation of any other property, sysiem, equipment, or device
of Customer or others to which the Covered Equipment may be attached or connected, in accordance with manufacturer
recommendations, insurance carrier requirements, or the requirements of any fire rating bureau, C)gency, <>r other
authorities having jurisdiction thereof;

(13)

not tamper with, alter, adjust, disturb, injure, remove, or otherwise interfere with any Covered Equipment (including any
related software) and not permit the same to be done; and

(14)

refrain from causing false alarms, and reimburse JCI for any fine, penalty, or fee paid by or assessed against JCI by any
governmental or municipal agency as a result thereof.

Customer acknowledges that its failure to meet these obligations will relieve JCI of any responsibility for any Covered Equipment
breakdown, or any necessary repair or replacement of any Covered Equipment. If Customer breaches any of these obligations, JCI
shall have the right, upon written notice to Customer, to suspend its Services until Customer cures such breach. In addition,
Customer shall be responsible for paying or reimbursing JCI for any costs associated with corrective work required as a result of
Customer's breach of these obligations.

H.

INDEMNITY

JCI and Customer shall each indemnify the other party and its officers, agents, directors, and employees, from any and all damages,
losses, costs and expenses (including reasonable attorneys' fees} arising out of third party claims, demands, or suits for bodily injury
(Including death) or damage to tangible property to the extent arising out of the negligence or intentional misconduct of the
indemnifying party or its employees or agents. Customer expressly agrees that JCI shall be responsible for injury, damage, or loss
only to the extent caused directly by JCI's negligence or intentional misconduct. The obligations of JCI and Customer under this
section are further subject to sections I and J below.

I.

LIMITATION OF LIABILITY

NEITHER JCI NOR CUSTOMER WILL BE RESPONSIBLE TO THE OTHER FOR ANY SPECIAL, INDIRECT, PUNITIVE, OR
CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES (INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO LOST PROFITS OR LOSS OF BUSINESS). JCI'S TOTAL
LIABILITY TO CUSTOMER FOR DAMAGES RESULTING FROM ANY CAUSE WHATSOEVER SHALL BE LIMITED TO
$250,000. IN NO EVENT SHALL JCI'S INDEMNIFICATION OBLIGATION EXCEED THE AMOUNTS PAID TO JCI UNDER THIS
AGREEMENT OR THE AMOUNT OF INSURANCE REQUIRED BY THIS AGREEMENT, WHICHEVER IS GREATER.
CUSTOMER UNDERSTANDS THAT JCIIS NOT AN INSURER REGARDING THE WORK OR THE SERVICES. JCI SHALL NOT
BE RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY DAMAGE OR LOSS THAT MAY RESULT FROM FIRE SAFETY OR SECURITY EQUIPMENT
THAT FAILS TO PERFORM PROPERLY OR FAILS TO PREVENT A CASUALTY OR LOSS.

J.

FORCE MAJEURE

JCI WILL NOT BE RESPONSIBLE FOR DAMAGE, LOSS, INJURY OR DELAY CAUSED BY CONDITIONS THAT ARE BEYOND
THE REASONABLE CONTROL, AND WITHOUT THE INTENTIONAL MISCONDUCT OR NEGLIGENCE, OF JCI. SUCH
CONDITIONS INCLUDE, BUT ARE NOT LIMITED TO: (A) ACTS OF GOD; (B) ACTS OF GOVERNMENT AGENCIES; (C)
STRIKES; (D) LABOR DISPUTES; (E) FIRE; (F) EXPLOSIONS OR CASUALTIES; (G) THEFTS; (H) VANDALISM; (I) RIOTS OR
WAR; (J) TERRORISM; AND (J) UNAVAILABILITY OF PARTS, MATERIALS, OR SUPPLIES.

K.

RESOLUTION OF DISPUTES

If a dispute arises under this Agreement, the parties shall promptly attempt in good faith to resolve such dispute by negotiation. In
the event the dispute is unable to be resolved, either party shall have the right to initiate arbitration by filing with the American
Arbitration Association provided no other legal action has been previously filed. Upon filing of the arbitration, the AAA shall have the
exclusive jurisdiction over the Dispute. Thus, either party may decide to file an action in a court of competent jurisdiction and if that
court filing is the first legal proceeding filed, that court shall have jurisdiction over the Dispute to the exclusion of any arbitratlon.
Arbitration shall be conducted in accordance with the then current arbitration rules of the American Arbitration Association or other
arbitration service mutually agreed to by the parties. Arbitration must be completed within sixty (60) days after the Dispute is
submitted to arbitration unless the parties mutually agree otherwise. The award rendered by the arbitrator shall be final, and
judgment issued by the Arbitrator may be entered in accordance with applicable law in any court having competent jurisdiction. The
party prevailing in the arbitration or court proceeding shall be entitled to an award of its reasonable costs, including reasonable
attorneys' fees, incurred as a result of the Dispute. CUSTOMER MUST BRING ANY CLAIM AGAINST JCI WITHIN ONE (1) YEAR
AFTER THE CLAIM AROSE. IF CUSTOMER DOES NOT, CUSTOMER WILL HAVE IRREVOCABLY WAIVED ITS RIGHT TO
SUE JCI AND/OR INSTITUTE OTHER PROCEEDINGS, AND JCI SHALL HAVE NO LIABILITY TO CUSTOMER FOR SUCH
CLAIM. TIME IS OF THE ESSENCE RELATIVE TO CUSTOMER PURSUING ANY SUCH CLAIM. THE PROVISIONS OF THIS
AGREEMENT WHICH APPLY TO ANY CLAIM SHALL REMAIN IN EFFECT EVEN AFTER THE AGREEMENT IS TERMINATED.
JCI AND CUSTOMER EACH WAIVE THEIR RIGHT TO A JURY TRIAL.

L.

TERMINATION

1.
2.

Central Station Monitoring, Remote Operating Services, and Central Station Monitoring with Open or Close Services may
be immediately canceled by either party if JCI's central station, connecting wires, or monitoring systems are destroyed by
fire or other catastrophe, or where the Premises are so substantially damaged that it is impractical to continue Services.
If either party fails to perform any of its obligations under this Agreement, the other party shall provide written notice

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action to cure the alleged default within ten (10) days of receiving such written notice, the notifying party may temnlnate
this Agreement by providing written notice of such termination.

M.

3.

Upon termination of this Agreement for any reason, Customer shall pay to JCI all undisputed amounts owed through the
date of termination within thirty (30) days of such termination. Customer shall also provide JCI with reasonable access to
the Premises to remove the Gateway Device and any other JCI property and to un-program any intrusion, fire, or life
safety system, as applicable. Customer shall be liable for all fees, costs, and expenses that JCI may incur in connection
with the enforcement of this Agreement, including without limitation, reasonable attorney fees, collection agency fees, and
court costs.

4.

If the Agreement is for a multi-year term, either party may temninate the Agreement after the first full year of Services by
giving the other party no less than forty-five (45) days written notice; provided, however. that if Customer has ordered
PREMIUM COVERAGE, Customer may terminate the Agreement only upon JCI's written consent

ASBESTOS, MOLD AND HAZARDOUS MATERIALS

"Hazardous Materials" means any material or substance that, whether by its nature or use, is now or hereafter defined or regulated
as a hazardous waste, hazardous substance, pollutant, or contaminant under any local, state, or federal law, regulation, or
ordinance relating to or addressing public and employee health and safety and protection of the environment, or which is toxic,
explosive, corrosive, flammable, radioactive, carcinogenic or otherwise hazardous or which is or contains petroleum, gasoline,
diesel, fuel, another petroleum hydrocarbon product or polychlorinated biphenyls. "Hazardous Materials" specifically Includes mold,
lead-based paints, and asbestos-containing materials ("ACM").
Neither Customer nor JCl desires to or is licensed to undertake direct obligations relating to the identification, abatement, cleanup,
control, removal or disposal of ACM. It is JCI's policy to seek certification for facilities constructed prior to 1982 that no ACM is
present, and Customer shall provide such certification for buildings it owns, or aid JCI in receiving such certification from facility
owners in the case of buildings that it does not own, if JCI will undertake Services in the facility that could disturb ACM.
JCI will be responsible for removing or disposing of any Hazardous Materials that it uses in providing the Services ("JCI Hazardous
Materials") and for the remediation of any areas affected by the release of JCI Hazardous Materials. For other Hazardous Materials
that may be present at its facilities ("Non-JCI Hazardous Materials"), Customer shall supply JCI with any information in its
possession relating to the presence of Hazardous Materials if their presence may affect JCI's perfomnance of the Services. If either
Customer or JCI becomes aware of or suspects the presence of Non-JCI Hazardous Materials that may interfere with JCI's
Services, it shall immediately stop the Services in the affected area and notify the other party. As between Customer and JCI,
Customer shall be responsible at its sole expense for removing and disposing of Non-JCI Hazardous Materials from its facilities and
for the remediation of any areas impacted by the release of the Non-JCI Hazardous Materials and must provide a certificate of
abatement before JCI will be obligated to perform or continue its Services, unless JCI had actual knowledge that Non-JCI
Hazardous Materials were present and acted in disregard of that knowledge, In which case (l) JCI shall be responsible at its sole
expense for the remediation of any areas impacted by its release of such Hazardous Materials, and (li) Customer shall remain
responsible at its sole expense for the removal of Hazardous Materials that have not been released and for releases not resulting
from JCI's performance of the Services. Customer shall defend and indemnify JCI against any losses, costs, damages, expenses,
and claims arising out of its failure to comply with this Section M.

N.

CUSTOMER DATA

Customer data is owned by and shall belong to Customer. JCI will access and use Customer data to provide Services to Customer.
JCI will not disclose to any third party any individual Customer data acquired through performance of the Services without
Customer's consent. Customer agrees that JCI and its subsidiaries, affiliates and approved third party contractors and developers
may collect and use Customer data for any reason, as long as any external use of the data is on a de-identified basis that does not
personally identify Customer or any individual. Customer hereby grants JCI a perpetual, worldwide, irrevocable, royalty free license
to use, modify, manipulate, sublicense, and create derivative works from such data. JCI shall retain all rights to any intellectual
property, data, materials and products created as a result of its performance of Services.

0.

JCI'S INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY

JCI shall retain all right, title and interest In any (a) work provided to Customer, including without limitation, all software source and
object code, documentation, technical information or data, specifications and designs and any changes, improvements or
modifications thereto ("Deliverables"), and (b) Know-How (defined below) employed by JCI in the creation of the Deliverables or
performance of the Services, whether known to JCI prior to, or developed or discovered or acquired in connection with, the
performance of its obligations under this agreement. Ownership of all Deliverables and Know-How shall vest solely in JCI and no
Deliverables shall be deemed "works made for hire." Without limiting the generality of the foregoing, ownership of all source files
used in the course of performing the Services shall remain the exclusive property of JCI. For purposes of this Agreement, "KnowHow" means any know-how, processes, techniques, concepts, methodologies, tools, analytical approaches, database models and
designs, discoveries, and ideas furnished, produced by, developed, or used by JCI in the creation or provision of the Deliverables or
In the performance of the Services, and any changes, improvements, or modifications thereto or derivatives thereof.

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MISCELLANEOUS PROVISIONS

1.

All notices required to be given hereunder shall be in writing and shall be considered properly given if: (a) delivered In
person, (b) sent via the United States Postal Service, postage prepaid, registered or certified with return receipt
requested, (c) sent by overnight delivery service (e.g., FedEx, UPS), or (d) sent by facsimile, email or other electronic
means and confirmed by facsimile, return email or telephone.

2.

This Agreement may not be assigned by Customer without JCI's prior written consent. JCJ shall have the right to assign
this Agreement to any other person, firm, or corporation without Customer's consent. JCJ shall also have the right, in its
sole discretion, to subcontract any portion of the Services. This Agreement inures to the benefit of and is applicable to
any assignees or subcontractors of JCI, and is binding upon Customer with respect to said assignees or subcontractors

with the same force and effect as it binds Customer to JCJ.

3.

This Agreement shall be subject to and governed by the laws of the State where the Services are performed.

4.

If any provision or this Agreement is found to be invalid, illegal or unenforceable in any respect, the validity, legality and
enforceability of the remaining provisions contained herein shall not in any way be affected or impaired thereby.

5.

This Agreement is the entire contract between JCI and Customer and supersedes any prior oral understandings, written
agreements, proposals, or other communications between the parties.

6.

Customer acknowledges and agrees that any purchase order issued by Customer in connection with this Agreement is
intended only to establish payment authority for Customer's internal accounting purposes and shall not be considered to
be a counteroffer, amendment, modification, or other revision to the terms of this Agreement. No term or condition
included or referenced in Customer's purchase order will have any force or effect and these terms and conditions shall
control. Customer's acceptance of any Services shall constitute an acceptance of these terms and conditions. Any
proposal for additional or different terms, whether in Customer's purchase order or any other document, unless expressly
accepted in writing by JCJ, is hereby objected to and rejected.

7.

If there are any changes to Customer's facilities or operations, or to applicable regulations, laws, codes, taxes, or utility
charges, that materially affect JCI's performance of the Services or its pricing thereof, JCI shall have the right to an
equitable and appropriate adjustment to the scope, pricing, and other affected terms of this Agreement.
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Rev. 09/2013
ATTACllMENT To
SHAWNEE COUNTY CON'll!ACT C._ _ __
CONTRACTUAL PROVISIONS ATTACHMENT
The undersigned parties agree that the following provisions are hereby
incorporated into the contract to which it is attached a made a part thereof,
said_ ~ct being dated the ~ day of ~~..(.--EJi!!~IL!!I<::I'-

6.

ACCEPTANCE OF CQN1'RAL"T. This contract shall not be considered


accepted, approved or otherwise effective liUtil the requir~'d approvals
and certifications have been given and this is signed by the Board of
County Commissioners of the County of Shawnee, Kansas.

7.

t\RillTRATION. DAMAGES, WARRANTIES.


Notwithstanding any
language to the contrary, no interprctati011 shall be allowed to lind the
County has agreed to binding arbitration, or the payrilent of damages or
penalties upon the occurrence of a contingency. Further, the County
shall not agree to pay attorney fees and late payment charges; and no
provisions will be given effect which attempts to exclude, modifY,
disclaim or otherwise attempt to limit implied wammties of
merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose.

8.

REPRESENTATivE'S AUTHORITY TO CONTRACT. By signing this


document. the representative of the contractor thereby represents that
such person is duly aut11orized by the contractor to execute this
docl!ment on behalf of tho contractor and that the contractor agrees to be
bound by the provisions thereof.

9.

RF.SI'ONSIB!LITY FOR TAXES. The County shall not be responsible for,


nor indemnifY a contractor for, any federal, state or local taxes which
may be imposed or levied upon the subject matter ofihis contract

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l.

TERMS HF.REIN CONTROI.I.!NG PRO)'!SIONS. lt is expressly agreed


that the tcnns of each and every provision in this attachment shall
prevail and control over the terms of any other conflicting provision in
nny other document relating to and a part of the contract in which this
anachment is incorporated.

2.

AGREEMENT WITH KANSAS LAW. It is agreed by and between the


undersigned that all disputes and matters whatsoever arising under, in
connection with or incident to this contract shall be litigated, if at all, in
and before a Court located in the State of Kansas, U.S.A., to the
exclusion of the Courts of any other states or country. All contractual
agreements shall be subject to, governed by, and construed according to
the laws of tho State ofl<lmsas.

3.

4.

5.

TERMINATION
UUE
TO
LACK
OF
FUNDING
Al'l'ROPRTATION. Shawnee County is subject to the Kansas Cash
Basis Law, K.S.A. 10-l!Ol et seq. If, in the judgment of the Financial
Administrator, Audit-Finance Office, sufficient funds are not
appropriated to continue the function perfom1ed in this agreement and
for the payment of the charges hereunder, County may tenninatc this
agreement at the end of its current fiscal yea.r. County l!grees to give
written notice of tem1ination to contractor at least thirty (30) days prior
to the end of its current fiscal year. ln the event this agreement is
terminated pursuant to this paragraph, County will pay to the contructor
all regular comractual payments incurred through the end of such fiscal
ycur. The termination of the contract pursuant to this paragraph shall
not cause any penalty to be charged to the County or the contractor.
DISCLAIMER Oil LIABILITY. Neither the County of Shawnee nor any
department thereof shall hold harmless or indemnifY any contractor for
any liability whatsoever.
ANTI-DJSCRJMINA'I'ION CLAUSE. The contractor agrees: (a) to comply
with the Kansas Act Aguinst Discrimination (1\.S.A. 44-1001 et seq.)
and the Knnsns Age Discrimination in Employment Act, (K.S.A. 44111 I et seq.) and the applicable provisions of the Americans With
Disabilities Act (42 U.S.C. 12101 el seq.) [ADA} and to not
discriminate against any person because of race, religion, color, sex,
disability, national origin or nncestry, or age in the admission of access
to or treatment or employment in, its programs or activities; (b) to
include in all solicitations or advertisements for employees, the phrase
"equal opportunity employer"; (c) to comply wiU1 the reporting
requirements set out in K.S.A. 44-1031 and KS.A. 44-1116; (d) to
include those provisiOilS in CVCI)' subcontract or purchase order so that
they arc binding upon such subcontractor or vendor; (e) thut a failure to
comply with the reporting requirements of(c) above or if tho contractor
is found guilty of any violation of such nets by the Kansas Human
Rights Commission, Stich violation shall constitute a breach of contract;
(f) if the contracting agency detennincs that the contractor has violated
applicable provisions of ADA, that violation shall constitute a breach of
contract; (g) if (e) or (t) occurs, the contract may be cancelled,
tcnninated or suspended in who.lc or in pa1t by the County.
Parties to this contract understand that subsections (b) through (e) of
Ibis paragraph number S are not applicable to a contractor who employs
fewer than four employees or whose contract with the County totals
$5,000 or less during this fiscal year.

I 0. INSURANCE. The County shall not be required to purchase, any


insurance against loss or damage to any personal property to wh.ich this
contract relates, nor shall tl1is contract require the County to establish a
"self-insurance" fund to protect against any such loss or damage.
Subject to the provisions of tl1e Kansas Tort Claims Act (K.S.A. 756101 et seq.), the vendor or lessor shall bear the risk of any loss or
damage to any personal property to which vendor or lessor holds title.

By:

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Title:
Date:
HOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
SHA WNRE COUNTY, KANSAS
Kevin J. Cook, Chair
Date:
ATI'EST:
Cynthia A. Beck, Shawnee County Clerk

Shawnee County

Department of Corrections
501 S.E. 8th Street - Topeka, Kansas 66607

Brian W. Cole, Director


Adult Detention Facility- 501 SE 8th- Topeka, Kansas 66607- (785) 291-5000- FAX (785) 291-4924
Youth Detention Facility- 401 SE 8th- Topeka, Kansas 66607- (785) 233-6459- FAX (785) 291-4963
Corrections Annex- 818 SE Adams- Topeka, Kansas 66607- (785) 291-5000- FAX (785) 291-4930

TO:

Board of County Commissioners

FROM:

Brian W. Cole, Director

DATE:

December 16, 2015

RE:

Request Approval of Agreement with City of Topeka for Two Work Crews,
Funds to be Deposited into SNDOC FY2016 Payroll Budget

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I am requesting your approval of the attached agreement with the City of Topeka (City) for the
provision of two department staff members to supervise work crews for code compliance work
with the City in 2016. I am also requesting that the funds paid under this agreement be deposited
into the department's FY2016 payroll budget to offset the impact of these staff members being
removed from the Operations posts.
The City work crew program has been in place for many years, providing inmate manpower for
City code compliance cleanup work. After discussions regarding the impact on our operations,
the City has agreed to pay the value of the straight time and overtime costs for these positions so
that they may maintain the City work crews. That value for FY20 16 has been calculated at
$200,000.00 for both crews, which is the amount stated in this agreement.
For the department to be capable of releasing two officers for these crews, it is necessary for the
department to actually recoup the value of this agreement into the FY2016 payroll budget. In
preparation for the agreement in FY20 14, I discussed with Betty Greiner, Financial Director, a
mechanism to accomplish the placement of these funds into the department's payroll budget line
item (1 ODFOOO 50101 ). Without the ability to continue to recoup these funds into our payroll
budget for FY20 16, I cannot afford to lose these two officers from Operations due to the
continued strained overtime payroll anticipated for FY2016.
The agreement has been reviewed by the County Counselor as to form and legality. Accordingly,
I request your approval of the agreement for the City work crews and for contract funds
($200,000.00) to be deposited into the department's FY2016 payroll budget. I will be available to
answer any questions you may have.
BWC:tp
cc:

Richard Eckert, County Counselor


Betty Greiner, Financial Administrator
Timothy Phelps, Deputy Director
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CITY OF TOPEKA CONTRACT NO.


SHAWNEE COUNTY CONTRACT NO.

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AGREEMENT BETWEEN
THE CITY OF TOPEKA
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FOR
"THE TOPEKA INFRASTRUCTURE IMPROVEMENT and CODE COMPLIANCE.
ABATEMENT PROGRAM"
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THIS AGREEMENT entered into this _ _ day of _ _ _ _ _ _ , 2015, by and


between the City of Topeka, a duly organized municipal corporation, hereinafter referred to
as "City" and the Board of County Commissioners of Shawnee County, Kansas on behalf of
its Department of Corrections, hereinafter referred to as "SNDOC."
WHEREAS; this Agreement between SNDOC and the City is to provide for the
implementation and administration of two (2) work details of from five (5) to seven (7)
inmates and two (2) supervisors;
WHEREAS, the purpose of this Agreement is not to replace or provide City
employees but to provide the City with a work force that the City could not financially obtain
in any other manner;
WHEREAS, the City will reimburse SNDOC for the gross salary that SNDOC
expends for at least two (2) correctional officers and fringe benefits provided to the
Shawnee County employees; and
WHEREAS, the City and SNDOC desire to develop a project in which inmates
participate in City of Topeka owned right of way maintenance and code compliance
abatement/mowing within the corporate City limits of Topeka.
NOW, THEREFORE, IN CONSIDERATION OF THE MUTUAL COVENANTS CONTAINED
HEREIN, THE PARTIES AGREE AS FOLLOWS:

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1.

SNDOC will provide two (2) inmate work crews of five (5) to seven (7)

inmates. These inmates will be housed at the Shawnee County Department of Corrections
(SNDOC).
2.

SNDOC shall determine which inmates will be assigned to the work crews. To

the extent possible, SNDOC agrees to give priority consideration to inmates from Shawnee
County in selecting inmates for participation in the program.
3.

The work crew will be supervised by employees hired by SNDOC. SNDOC

shall provide necessary and appropriate training for these employees. In the event that a
reasonable number of inmates which would utilize the services of this detail are not
available for work crew assignments pursuant to this Agreement, SNDOC shall notify the
City of the expected duration of the unavailability of the work crews. The parties shall then
confer for the purpose of reaching a mutual agreement as to the billing for or duties of the
supervisor during the period of work crew unavailability.
4.

The City shall fund the agreed upon estimated value to SNDOC (including

salary and fringe benefits) for the employees hired pursuant to paragraph 3. The City shall
pay to SNDOC reimbursement of estimated salary and fringe benefits value through a onetime invoice presented by SNDOC to City, upon execution of this Agreement. SNDOC shall
make the actual salary payment on a bi-weekly basis to the employees. Total payment to
SNDOC by the City pursuant to this Agreement shall not exceed one hundred thousand
dollars ($1 00,000.00) per supervisor, or a total of two hundred thousand dollars
($200,000.00). If SNDOC expends more than this amount, City shall not be responsible for
any additional funds, salaries or benefits.
5.

The supervisors shall receive a minimum of thirteen (13) days vacation each

year and a minimum of thirteen (13) days paid sick leave each year. When a supervisor will
be absent for five (5) consecutive work days due to training, discretionary day, holidays,
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funeral leave, jury duty, sickness, vacation or leave without pay, SNDOC will consult with
the City regarding the replacing of the supervisor temporarily, based on the needs of the
City. In the event the supervisors leave this employment, SNDOC shall proceed with due
diligence to replace the supervisor with another supervisor and shall make the inmate work
crew and supervisor available to the City at the earliest possible time.
6.

Work crews shall normally leave for the project by 7:00a.m., Monday through

Friday, except legal holidays of the city, county or state. The work crews shall depart the
project work site no later than 2:00p.m. for return to SNDOC. The Director of SNDOC shall
have the authority to adjust these hours, if deemed appropriate for operational or other
interests.
7.

The work detail shall take a lunch break of sufficient time to eat and utilize

restrooms each day and may, at the supervisor's discretion, take up to two fifteen (15)
minute breaks each day, with the first such break being in the morning and the second
break in the afternoon.
8.

The supervisor and work crew will use their best efforts to complete the work

in a manner satisfactory to the City. SNDOC makes no warranties regarding the work
performed by the inmates.
9.

The work crew shall not be assigned to any projects or work which would

subject inmates to unreasonably dangerous or hazardous conditions, including but not


limited to, assignments involving removal of asbestos or an area that is contaminated by
asbestos fibers.
10.

SNDOC shall provide the incentive (trusty) pay for the inmates, pursuant to

their inmate trusty work program policy.


11.

SNDOC agrees to hold City harmless from any liability which might result

from the decision to assign a particular inmate to the project described in this Agreement or
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from a tortious or criminal act by an inmate resulting in injury to a third party. SNDOC
reserves the right to assert any defense which might be available to it, including those
pursuant to the Kansas Tort Claims Act, should a claim be brought by any person or entity
regarding the placement of an individual in the program established by this Agreement.
12.

Each party will be responsible for its own negligence under this Agreement.

SNDOC agrees to hold City harmless from liability for any personal injuries suffered by an
inmate if the injury occurred during work performed pursuant to this Agreement, except to
the extent that the City's actions were in non-compliance with paragraph 9 of this
Agreement, or the injuries to the inmate were caused by the negligent conduct of the City or
its agents or employees.
13.

The parties shall use every reasonable effort to prevent and discourage

contact between the public and members of the work detail.


14.

City shall have the following responsibilities:


a.

Any necessary certification of completion and inspection for codes

b.

Provide suitable vehicles for transportation of inmates

c.

Provide restroom facilities on or near work site.

d.

Provide necessary work tools and equipment and trailers in which to

compliance;

haul those tools and equipment.


e.

Provide keys, locks and tool control for the trailer and suitable vehicle.

f.

Provide notification of local law enforcement agencies regarding the

location of work crews on a daily basis.


g.

Any necessary modification of the suitable vehicle provided by the City

for use by the work crews, including painting of the suitable vehicle.
h.

Any major maintenance issues with the suitable vehicle.


4

i. City agrees to provide routine maintenance and repair if needed, to county


Bad Boy zero turn mowers and trailers. Routine maintenance shall include belt and blade
replacement and oil and filter changes. City will have no obligation to repair if cost exceeds
10% of the fair market value of the item.
15.

SNDOC shall have the following responsibilities:


a.

During inclement weather days SNDOC will reassign work crews.

b.

Hiring the two (2) work supervisors as provided in paragraph 2.

c.

Providing training for said supervisor in security supervision, first aid

and cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR).


d.

Providing a work uniform for the supervisor.

e.

Providing storage and inventorying for said work tools.

f.

Ensuring the security of the work tools and equipment and maintaining

an inventory of the tools and equipment in accordance with SNDOC tool control policies and
procedures.
g.

Providing for the storage of tools and equipment and storage

(including overnight parking) for the suitable vehicle and trailer, except the trailer will be
parked at a site designated by SNDOC.
h.

Providing necessary safety equipment such as fire extinguisher and

protective clothing (i.e. gloves, goggles, coveralls, hard hats).


i.

Providing first aid kits.

j.

Providing work clothing for inmates.

k.

Providing radios for the supervisors.

I.

The work supervisor, with appropriate driver's license, shall provide

transportation for the inmates to and from the work site.

m.

SNDOC, through the work supervisors, shall be responsible for regular

inmate count procedure via radio contact.


n.

SNDOC shall be responsible for meals for inmates and supervisors

during work hours.


o.

All SNDOC emergency procedures and Adult Detention Center

Policies and Procedures shall be applicable to all staff and inmates involved in the project
described in this Agreement.
p.

Inmates assigned to this program work crew shall be provided training

relevant to the proper use of the assigned equipment and tools by SNDOC.
q.

SNDOC shall be responsible for storage, fuel of the suitable vehicle.

r.

SNDOC will allow City to utilize county zero turn Bad Boy Mowers and

equipment trailers if needed.


16.

In the event, the City desires to utilize inmates for any projects other than

those described in this Agreement, the City will notify SNDOC prior to using the inmates for
any projects other than those described in this Agreement.
17.

Duration; Termination. This Agreement shall commence on the 1st day of

January, 2016 and terminate on December 31, 2016. Notwithstanding this preceding
provision, the Agreement may be terminated by written mutual agreement of the parties,
upon providing at least 30 days notice to the other party. Upon the termination of this
contract, all tools and vehicles shall be returned to the City within 5 days from the date of
termination.
18.

Review. The parties shall engage in an ongoing review of this Agreement and

its operation during the terms of the Agreement. This review shall be accomplished by the
City Manager of Topeka, or his designee, and the Director of Corrections, or his designee.
The parties shall meet at such time as mutually agreed upon.
6

19.

Modification of Agreement. Any changes or modifications of this Agreement

shall be made by a written agreement executed as an addendum to this Agreement. This


Agreement may be amended only by written addendum executed by the City and SNDOC.
20.

Suspension of Agreement; Emergency Situations. The Director of the

Shawnee County Department of Corrections, or designee, shall have the discretion and
authority to suspend this Agreement temporarily in the case of an emergency situation at
SNDOC, including but not limited to a major disturbance, fire, riot, escape in progress,
failure to obtain a clear institution inmate count, or heavy fog which in the judgment of the
Director of Shawnee County Department of Corrections, or designee, constitutes an escape
hazard. The duration of the suspension shall be for the duration of the emergency.
21.

This Agreement is subject to the parties' agreement to execute the

Contractual Provisions Attachments, attached hereto as "Appendix A and Appendix B".

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the parties hereto have executed this Agreement on the date first
above written.
CITY OF TOPEKA, KANSAS

Jim Colson, City Manager

SHAWNEE COUNTY

Kevin Cook, Chair, Board of County Commissioners


ATTEST:

Approv&d 2:~; to Legatity

Brenda Younger, City Clerk

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Compensation Study
Results Report

December 2015

Presented By:

CBIZ Human Capital Services

I.

Executive Summary ................................................................................................................................................ 3

II. Objectives and Scope of the Study ......................................................................................................................... 4


Ill. Methodology ........................................................................................................................................................... 5
A. Definitions
B. Market Pricing
IV. Compensation Study Results ................................................................................................................................. 8
A. Market Salary Analysis
B. Salary Structure Development
C. Salary Analysis
V. Summary of Findings .............................................................................................................................................. 11
VI. Recommendations .................................................................................................................................................. 12

CBIZ Human Capital Services ("CBIZ") was engaged by Shawnee County, Kansas ("the County") to conduct a comprehensive
compensation study for its employees, including a review of current compensation practices and recommendations for a marketbased compensation plan.
In order to assist the County in implementing a structure that considers both market and internal factors, CBIZ matched the
County's positions to positions in the market, developed a new salary structure and calculated the cost of incorporating the
findings of the analysis into the County's human resource policies and practices. The results of the salary analysis indicate that
the County provides compensation that is slightly below the median among comparable entities.
This report details CBIZ's methodology, findings and recommendations in order to clearly document the comprehensive
approach taken in analyzing and updating the County's compensation plan.

The objective of the compensation study is to provide the County with a plan that:
Enhances the County's ability to attract, retain and motivate qualified individuals
Establishes a structure that is flexible in order to meet changing needs
Is well-aligned with the County's broader goals and strategies

The scope of the study includes:


A competitive market review of base salary
Development of a new salary structure
Reconciliation of actual compensation to market-competitive compensation
Calculation of plan implementation costs
Recommended compensation administration guidelines
Overall program recommendations

A.

Definitions
Base Salary: the annual fixed rate that an individual is paid for performing a job.
Employee Benefits: Non-cash compensation provided to an employee. Some benefits are required by law (e.g., payroll
taxes, unemployment compensation and workers compensation), while others may be provided at the discretion of an
employer (e.g., medical care, life insurance, paid time off, retirement plans, etc.). An assessment of the relative
competitive of employee benefits was not included within the scope of the study.
Total Compensation: the sum of base salary and employee benefits.
Data Points:
25th percentile: the value in an array that falls at the first quarter of the sampled data (75% or % of the values in
the sample are greater than the 25th percentile value).
50th percentile: the value in an array that falls in the middle or median of the sampled data (half of the values in
the sample fall above this value and half fall below it). This is the data point to which the County has been
compared.
75th percentile: the value in an array that falls at the third quarter of the sampled data (25% or % of the values in
the sample are greater than the 75th percentile value).
Compa-ratio: the employee's current salary divided by a market comparison point, which is usually the market 50th
percentile or the midpoint of the salary range. An employee whose salary equals the 50th percentile of the market has a
compa-ratio of 100%. A compa-ratio of less than 100% indicates that the employee's salary is less than the 50th
percentile of the market, and a compa-ratio greater than 100% indicates that the employee's salary is greater than the 50th
percentile of the market.

B.

Market Pricing
Competitive Market Analysis
Based on prevalent practices among municipal and county governments, the median of the market has been used as the
target benchmark level for employee pay. According to a recent WorldatWork survey of market pricing practices, the vast
majority of organizations (approximately 85%) utilize a compensation philosophy that strives to compensate employees at
the median of the competitive labor market. Median pay is the point at which half of the employers pay more and half pay
less.
Custom Survey
CBIZ conducted a custom survey to collect compensation data for select positions among comparable entities. CBIZ
identified entities to participate in the survey based on similarity in terms of organizational size, population served and
geographic location; data was collected for the government organizations:

Black Hawk County, Iowa


Boone County, Missouri
Clay County, Missouri
Douglas County, Kansas
Jefferson County, Missouri
Johnson County, Iowa

Johnson County, Kansas


Linn County, Iowa
Scott County, Iowa
Sedgwick County, Kansas
Topeka, Kansas
Wyandotte County, Kansas

The custom survey data was supplemented, for positions where the survey results were insufficient, with market pay data
that is representative of the County's location, industry and size and collected from CBIZ's published survey library.

Aging Data
Survey data must be adjusted to account for market pay movement between the time of publication and when the data
are to be used. For example, a survey may have been conducted to report salaries effective as of March 1, 2015. In
order to market price the jobs at the County as of July 1, 2016, CBIZ had to age the survey data sixteen months. In
addition, different surveys have different publication dates, and they must be aged to a common point in time. Put simply,
aging the data provides up-to-date salary data and allows for an "apples to apples" comparison of survey data. All salary
data were aged to reflect estimated market pay as of July 1, 2016. Data were aged using a factor of 2.6% which reflects
the WorldatWork's (formerly American Compensation Association's) Salary Budget Survey reported value for projected
pay movement.

r-v~c~~~ensation Study Results


A.

Market Salary Analysis


Job-specific market data was collected for the County's positions , according to the methodolog~ described in the previous
section. The analysis included a review of base salary and reporting of market levels at the 25t , 50th and 75th percentiles .
The market data is displayed in Exhibit 1.
Market data were also compared graphically to the County's current average salary by position . The chart presented
below, and also in Exhibit 2, reveals the trend line for base salary.
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B.

Salary Structure Development


A critical element of the compensation plan is the salary structure. Salary structures ensure that each of the County's
employees receives a salary that is reasonable given their assigned grade and corresponding salary range.
CBIZ developed new step-based salary structures for the County. The new structures reflect refined step increments and
graduated grade differentials in order to better align with market pay practices and organizational hierarchy. The purpose
of salary ranges are to provide a basis by which slot all jobs and allow for future growth.
The proposed structures are displayed in Exhibits 3A through 31. The midpoint of the salary range midpoint is designed to
approximate the market 501h percentile, or median, for each job. CBIZ slotted each position into a grade in the structure
based on the market 501h percentile identified for each benchmark job.
Example:

Salary Grade

Step 20

$24,778

$37,166

2
3

$27,398

$43,837

$31,508

$50,413

The proposed grade assignment for each of the County's jobs is reported in Exhibit 4.

C.

Salary Analysis

Exhibits 5A and 58 compare the market data (and corresponding salary ranges) to actual base salary at the County.
Exhibit 5A presents results for all employees by grade, while 58 has sorted results by department. This comparison is
best illustrated through the compa-ratio. The County's average compa-ratio is approximately 85.1% as measured against
the market 50th percentile and 88.7% in comparison to the proposed step assignment.
The cost to bring all employees to the minimum of their respective ranges is $1,468,540, or approximately 3.7% of total
payroll.
However, to fully implement the new compensation plan, employees must also be placed on an appropriate step. The
County's requested approach is to place each employee on the applicable new salary range step that is equal to his or
her current step. This methodology is preferred for maintaining internal equity and recognizing tenure, but is generally
more expensive.
The table below reports the implementation costs associated with this approach assuming
implementation occurs in a single year; the implementation cost includes the below minimum total highlighted above.

Current Step Implementation Approach

Among the 984 employees included in the scope of the study, there are 420 employees below the proposed salary grade
minimum (Step 1) and 24 above the maximum (Step 20).

10

Findings

The County's average base salary compa-ratio is 85.1% in comparison to the market 501h percentile and 88.7% in
comparison to the proposed step salary value. This indicates that, on average, base pay is approximately 14.9% to
11.3% below the competitive market level.
There are many reasons that an employee's pay should be above or below market median pay levels. New employees or
poor performers should be paid below the market, while experienced employees with excellent performance should be
paid well above the market.
As presented in Exhibits 5A and 58, the cost to bring all employees to the minimum of their respective ranges is
$1 ,468,540. This value reflects current underpayment to County employees.
In addition to adjusting employees to the minimum of their assigned salary range, full system implementation requires
adjusting employees to a step in the new salary structures. This may be achieved by placing employees in their current
step in order to maintain equity. Under this implementation approach, total costs would be $5,452,865 (i.e., the below
minimum cost of $1,468,540 plus the total step adjustment cost of approximately $3,984,325).

11

Recommendations

Approve market-competitive salary ranges to be utilized in the upcoming fiscal year.


Increase the compensation of all employees to the minimum of their respective salary ranges.
Confirm the approach to be utilized for complete implementation of the new compensation plan (i.e., applying current
ranges to place employees on a step in the new structures).
Implementation of the compensation plan should occur uniformly across all positions. While different implementation
scenarios may recognize budget constraints, partial or sporadic implementation can result in pay equity issues (e.g.,
inadvertently providing male-dominated jobs with recommended increases that are not simultaneously provided to femaledominated jobs, etc.).
Freeze pay for employees above maximum of their respective grade. A lump sum may be paid in lieu of a base salary
increase, but only if the payment is based on performance.
Consider incorporating merit-based pay into the compensation plan over time.
Update salary ranges annually.
In order to reduce the administrative burden associated with salary structure
maintenance, CBIZ will provide update factors which will allow the County to update the recommended salary structures
for five years after the study.
Conduct a comprehensive market review every 3 to 5 years to ensure that the minimum, midpoint and maximum of the
salary ranges remain market-competitive.
Periodically assess benefits offerings to ensure that the employer cost is market-competitive and fiscally sound and that
the benefits provided by the County are of value to the employees. Such an assessment may be performed through
benefit cost analyses and employee surveys.

12

Shawnee County, Kansas


Compensation Study Results
Exhibit 1 -Market Summary
Data Effective July 1, 2016
CBIZ
Code

Annualized
Average Base

261
288
202
144
363
322
154
148
241
199
281
177
152
247
171
262
205
190
344
328
140
142
292
155
188
200
127
119
160
215
146
156
223
198

199,680
196,872
139,048
118,560
127,483
89,606
104,000
97,760
97,469
112,736
82,098
84,989
79,872
84,032
80,083
61,797
97,323
84,989
81,935
76,991
79,872
76,211
84,358
88,171
61,322
80,891
69,992
60,320
77,938
53,560
71,760
65,000

Job Title

MEDICAL DIRECTOR
PHYSICIAN
DISTRICT ATTORNEY
CHIEF DEPUTY DA
DIRECTOR- PUBLIC WORKS/SOLID WASTE
SHERIFF
COUNTY COUNSELOR
CHIEF OF STAFF DA
INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY DIR
DIRECTOR OF ADMIN SERVICES
PARKS & RECREATION DIRECTOR
COUNTY ENGINEER
COUNTY APPRAISER
LHD DIRECTOR
CORRECTIONS DIRECTOR
MID LEVEL PRAC ARNP/PA
ELECTION COMMISSIONER
DEPUTY DIRECTOR- PUBLIC WORKS
UNDERSHERIFF
SR ASSISTANT DISTRICT ATTORNEY
CAPTAIN
CHC DIRECTOR
PLANNING DIRECTOR
COUNTY COUNSELOR I
DEP DIR/SYS/PROG MGR
DIRECTOR OF HUMAN RESOURCES
ASSISTANT DISTRICT ATTORNEY II
APP SUPPORT/PROJECT MGR
COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS DIRECTOR
EXECUTIVE ASSISTANT DA
CHIEF NETWORK ENGINEER
COUNTY TREASURER
GENERAL COUNSEL
DIR FACILITIES MANAGEMENT
Page 1 of 8

25th Percentile

Market Base Salary


50th Percentile

75th Percentile

159,144
183,813
110,784
106,386
111,256
99,603
101,288
100,185
94,737
94,620
86,815
91,695
85,471
85,962
84,304
87,688
82,068
89,005
81,263
82,279
84,350
84,311
87,721
81,231
75,609
76,309
73,077
75,457
66,769
71,009
74,875
63,298
73,108
68,991

215,999
205,991
132,324
119,695
115,976
113,239
111,689
110,123
109,570
103,082
103,024
100,721
97,171
96,626
95,567
93,934
93,303
92,781
92,388
90,291
89,243
88,986
88,694
85,847
81,390
80,655
80,027
79,015
78,983
78,945
78,118
77,820
77,262
76,451

289,842
234,712
159,184
137,223
122,665
128,741
124,501
122,497
126,512
115,390
124,099
111,922
110,474
109,491
113,822
101,990
106,076
98,132
105,036
100,372
89,456
95,422
96,264
93,040
90,133
84,527
88,735
84,810
95,561
88,491
83,494
81,815
83,736
81,537

Shawnee County, Kansas


Compensation Study Results
Exhibit 1 - Market Summary
Data Effective July 1, 2016
CBIZ
Code

Annualized
Average Base

170
249
197
118
214
128
183
191
282
305
332
150
313
321
333
355
359
158
195
220
298
320
361
117
224
304
227
143
207
217
126
330
295
340

73,001
64,295
70,866
79,893
63,960
60,882
67,205
62,400
76,045
76,045
88,171
83,928
59,218
58,029
63,440
51,210
74,194
54,964
51,210
52,499
55,595
54,517
70,616
51,210
72,384
48,734
59,405
53,131
69,794
62,400
65,562

Job Title
CORRECTIONS DEPUTY DIRECTOR
LIEUTENANT
DIRECTOR OF EMERGENCY MGT
APPLICATION PROGRAMMING MGR
EV PROTECTION DIVISION MGR
ASST DIR CECC
DATABASE ADMINISTRATOR
DEPUTY FINANCIAL ADMINISTRATOR
PARKS DIRECTOR
RECREATION DIRECTOR
SR TECH PROG/ANALYST
CIVIL ENGINEER II
REGISTER OF DEEDS
SERGEANT B
STAFF ATTORNEY DISTRICT COURT
RADIO NETWORK ADMINISTRATOR
FETAL INFANT MORTALITY REVIEW COORDINATC
COMMERCIAL APPRAISAL MGR
DETECTIVE B
FAMILY HEALTH DIVISION MANAGER
PSYCHOLOGIST
SERGEANT A
QUALITY & RISK MANAGEMENT OFFICER
APPLICATIONS DEVELOPER Ill
GIS MAPPING COORDINATOR
ROAD SUPERINTENDENT
DIRECTOR OF GOLF
CHC DIVISION MANAGER
EMERGENCY MGT DEP DIR
FAMILY SERVICE DIVISION MGR
ASSISTANT DISTRICT ATTORNEY I
SR COMM REAL PROP APPRAISER
PARK PLANNER/PROJECT MANAGER
TELECOMMUNICATIONS SPECIALIST
Page 2 of 8

25th Percentile

Market Base Salary


50th Percentile

75th Percentile

68,883
69,767
66,004
69,677
67,536
64,439
68,042
68,829
63,706
63,706
68,707
64,467
63,937
61,803
64,003
62,804
64,190
64,067
62,088
60,644
62,536
58,748
62,013
59,881
55,958
62,074
61,144
59,992
63,424
58,157
57,887
57,150
58,355
56,305

76,191
75,114
75,040
74,999
74,804
73,260
72,837
72,779
72,427
72,427
71,779
71,146
71,115
70,263
69,711
69,326
68,671
68,222
67,491
67,271
66,816
66,791
66,557
66,034
65,788
65,661
64,967
64,004
63,697
63,650
63,216
62,859
62,534
62,073

85,165
75,472
85,312
82,408
83,688
83,290
77,118
82,616
82,343
82,343
78,604
79,410
79,852
79,882
77,006
77,306
74,541
74,208
68,167
75,281
72,869
75,935
72,961
73,592
76,584
70,154
70,421
68,744
63,970
70,878
69,959
69,927
68,464
69,239

Shawnee County, Kansas


Compensation Study Results
Exhibit 1 - Market Summary
Data Effective July 1, 2016
CBIZ
Code

Annualized
Average Base

147
172
231
105
116
174
219
145
178
274
129
230
316
299
350
162
357
315
194
310
354
283
149
303
123
192
193
210
213
132
189
251
353
141

46,384
57,959
50,683
50,989
45,859
48,474
42,016
59,987
55,162
51,979
58,718
48,734
44,710
58,614
56,534
62,400
65,562
49,150
48,734
46,773
60,882
55,162
53,810
51,210
46,384
37,617
60,882
51,210
56,160
45,261
49,962
55,162

Job Title

CHIEF OF POLICE-PARKS
CORRECTIONS DIVISION MANAGER
HEALTH SERVICES TEAM LEADER
ACCOUNTANT II
APPLICATIONS DEVELOPER II
CORRECTIONS UNIT SUPERVISOR
FLEET SERVICES SUPERVISOR
CHIEF INVESTIGATOR
COUNTY SURVEYOR
P&R ADMININSTRATION SUPERVISOR
ASSISTANT ELECTION COMMISSONER
HLH INFO MGT SYSTEMS MGR
RN
PUBLIC HLTH EDUCATOR
EQUIP FLEET SUPERVISOR
COMMUNICATIONS FLOOR SUPER
RECREATION SUPERINTENDENT
RESIDENTIAL SUPERVISOR
DETECTIVE A
RECREATION SUPERVISOR
OUTDOOR ADVENTURE SUPERINTENDENT
PATROLMAN
CHLDCARE LIC TEAM LEADER
PUBLIC WORKS AUTO MECHANIC SUPVISOR
APPRAISER Ill
DEPUTY TREASURER
DEPUTY TREASURER MV
EPCO SPECIALIST
ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH SPEC II
ASSISTANT ROAD SUPERVISOR
DEPUTY CHIEF OF STAFF
MAINT MANAGER
GREEN SPACES AND LAND SUPERINTENDENT
COMMERCIAL REAL PROPERTY SPEC
Page 3 of 8

25th Percentile

Market Base Salary


50th Percentile

75th Percentile

61,035
59,384
57,066
55,185
55,097
57,120
53,651
55,162
53,257
51,723
55,422
54,829
55,005
53,918
54,479
54,262
53,128
52,599
52,774
51,973
51,973
55,487
53,016
50,000
50,479
52,048
52,048
49,547
52,826
51,864
51,082
50,134
50,441
50,632

62,064
61,968
61,356
59,759
59,730
59,539
59,224
58,878
58,807
58,804
58,747
58,674
58,547
58,323
58,206
57,998
57,960
57,747
57,368
56,700
56,700
56,422
56,250
55,626
55,604
54,978
54,978
54,850
54,786
54,509
54,341
53,925
53,592
53,245

63,092
65,368
66,993
65,211
64,824
62,706
66,084
64,267
65,637
66,854
62,893
64,165
62,280
63,731
63,549
61,733
62,793
64,186
57,942
61,427
61,427
57,356
61,011
62,367
61,941
59,321
59,321
61,319
57,413
59,882
59,143
58,611
58,178
56,620

Shawnee County, Kansas


Compensation Study Results
Exhibit 1 - Market Summary
Data Effective July 1, 2016
CBIZ
Code

Annualized
Average Base

272
196
285
289
131
334
137
280
349
163
240
329
234
336
115
228
312
173
218
257
301
309
275
112
208
226
108
104
130
236
356
179
358
209

42,869
46,604
60,882
51,210
61,350
59,405
52,499
51,526
51,210
41,376
43,438
40,997
50,346
46,613
37,128
53,872
39,630
37,128
40,997
40,570
44,730
43,077
39,998
42,016
42,650
49,847
50,726
47,549
42,016
33,353
41,132
54,579
35,027

Job Title

OFFICE MANAGER II
DIETICIAN
PAYROLL OFFICER
PUBLIC INFO OFFICER HA
ASSISTANT NETWORK ADMIN
APPRAISAL SUPPORT SERVICES MANAGER
BRIDGE SUPERVISOR
PARK SUPERVISOR
ZONING ADMINISTRATOR
COMMUNICATIONS SHIFT SUPER
INTENSIVE SUPV PROB OFFICER
SR COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEM ENGR
HR/LABOR REL TNS OFFR
SOCIAL WORK TEAM LEADER
APPLICATIONS DEVELOPER I
HHW FACILITY MANAGER
REFUSE COLLECTOR SUPERVISOR
CORRECTIONS LINE SUPERVISOR
FIXED ASSET MANAGER
MECHANIC SUPERVISOR
PURCHASING SPECIALIST II
RECREATION PROGRAM SUPERVISOR
PARALEGAL
AMBULANCE COMPLIANCE OFFICER
EMERGENCY MGT PLANNER
GOLF COURSE SUPERINTENDENT
ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER
ACCOUNTANT I
ASSISTANT EQUIP FLEET SUPERVISOR
HEALTH PROMOTION COORDINATOR
COMMUNICATIONS AND PUBLIC INFORMATION Sl
CREW LEADER
BCC OFFICE ADMINISTRATOR
ENGINEER TECHNICIAN
Page 4 of 8

25th Percentile

Market Base Salary


50th Percentile

75th Percentile

47,571
49,278
49,663
49,390
49,721
49,342
50,174
51,039
47,687
48,550
48,747
48,742
48,721
49,447
48,585
48,411
47,502
49,148
47,691
45,818
47,480
46,198
45,675
47,341
45,298
47,331
46,539
46,121
46,307
44,545
45,944
47,169
45,765
45,946

53,222
52,940
52,758
52,616
52,509
52,490
52,455
52,343
52,261
51,893
51,858
51,786
51,763
51,688
51,614
51,526
51,450
50,976
50,839
50,550
50,413
50,400
50,261
50,038
50,022
50,007
49,928
49,734
49,475
49,146
48,945
48,812
48,521
48,338

54,494
57,760
57,270
57,335
55,995
57,129
57,634
56,585
57,991
55,235
56,443
56,228
56,204
55,128
56,038
55,684
56,628
53,355
55,421
53,407
54,712
54,602
55,980
54,026
52,733
54,041
52,896
54,080
54,017
54,700
53,335
50,931
52,589
50,898

Shawnee County, Kansas


Compensation Study Results
Exhibit 1 - Market Summary
Data Effective July 1, 2016
CBIZ
Code

Annualized
Average Base

324
279
291
232
351
138
122
331
264
166
161
110
238
216
233
341
338
294
318
323
245
221
273
201
248
184
135
297
258
212
271
337
120
180

50,097
35,776
35,786
36,490
44,158
43,077
37,700
42,016
45,781
39,998
35,360
39,021
36,348
38,542
39,998
34,070
31,782
39,926
39,021
40,997
39,021
55,162
43,638
49,395
32,952
37,107
32,323
54,434
40,997
40,518

Job Title

SOCIAL WORKER
PARK POLICE
PARK MECHANIC LEADWORKER
HORTICULTURIST
ELECTRICIAN
BUSINESS SERVICES MANAGER
APPRAISER II
SR INVESTIGATOR
MOTOR VEHICLE QA SPECIALIST
CODE COMPLIANCE OFFICER
COMMUNICATIONS ENGINEER
ADMINISTRATION TEAM LEADER
INVESTIGATOR
EXECUTIVE SECRETARY
HR SPECIALIST II
TRAFFIC REGULATOR
SOCIAL WORKER-MSW
PROGRAM COORDINATOR
ROLL-OFF TRUCK DRIVER
SIDE LOAD TRUCK DRIVER
LEGAL ASSISTANT Ill
FORESTER
OUTREACH AND ENROLLMENT COORD
DIR OF VOTER SERVICES
LHD SUPPORT SPECIALIST
DA ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT
BUILDING SUPERVISOR
PERSONAL COMPUTER TECHNICIAN
MECHANIC-PUBLIC WORKS
ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH SPEC I
OFFICE MANAGER I
SOCIAL WORKER-SSW
APPLICATIONS SYSTEMS TECH
COURT TECH SUPPORT SPECIALIST
Page 5 of 8

25th Percentile

Market Base Salary


50th Percentile

75th Percentile

46,299
47,164
46,911
44,743
45,225
44,419
45,296
44,315
41,427
44,652
44,413
42,530
43,234
42,556
44,958
44,202
42,768
44,030
43,924
43,924
42,148
43,565
46,013
43,378
42,966
42,959
42,602
43,016
42,033
39,974
36,063
42,927
42,057
42,057

48,070
47,958
47,809
47,748
47,695
47,253
47,199
47,144
47,099
47,083
46,991
46,880
46,633
46,627
46,622
46,588
46,564
46,435
46,345
46,345
46,329
46,250
46,055
45,915
45,719
45,663
45,343
45,263
45,204
44,600
44,571
44,546
44,510
44,510

51,065
48,753
49,323
52,098
51,390
51,429
49,763
51,312
53,546
50,728
50,829
52,255
49,091
51,723
50,089
50,173
51,286
48,841
46,611
46,611
51,548
50,180
46,097
49,699
49,413
49,667
49,002
51,270
49,886
49,772
47,546
47,307
48,184
48,184

Shawnee County, Kansas


Compensation Study Results
Exhibit 1 - Market Summary
Data Effective July 1, 2016
CBIZ
Code
360
225
222
284
259
206
165
242
109
255
343
211
134
250
121
125
293
308
187
244
326
335
278
103
346
106
175
164
290
256
362
260
307
114

Annualized
Average Base

48,734
35,090
34,486
36,036
43,077
32,598
41,246
39,322
43,805
30,450
38,376
30,472
35,624
37,952
40,997
39,998
37,593
34,861
33,592
47,216
39,333
29,065
32,032
42,016
33,654
31,635
36,016
40,588
30,035
42,016
39,874
51,210

Job Title
COMPLIANCE/QUALITY MANAGEMENT SPECIALIS
GIS TECHNICIAN
FRONT LOAD TRUCK DRIVER
PAYROLL ASSISTANT
MECHANIC-REFUSE
ELECTION SYSTEMS SPECIALIST
COMMUNICATIONS SPECIALIST II
LEAD CORRECTIONS SPECIALIST
ADMINISTRATIVE SPECIALIST
MAINTENANCE TECH CREW LEADER- HEALTH
TRUCK DRIVER
EQUIPMENT OPERATOR
AUTO MECHANIC
LPN
APPRAISER I
ASSISTANT BUSINESS SERVICES MGR
PR AP SUPERVISOR
RECREATION PROGRAMMER
DAYCARE LICENSING SURVEYOR
LEGAL ASSISTANT II
SPECIAL ASSISTANT TO SHERIFF
SURVEYOR ASSISTANT
MECHANIC-PARK
ACCOUNTING ASSOCIATE
VOLUNTEER SERVICES COORD
ACCOUNTING SPECIALIST I
CORRECTIONS SPECIALIST
COMMUNICATIONS SPECIALIST I
PARK MAINTENANCE LEADWORKER
MAINTENANCE TECHNICIAN II -HEALTH
MAINTENANCE TECHNICIAN II -CORRECTIONS
MEDICAL CODING SPECIALIST
RECREATION PROGRAM COORDINATOR
ANIMAL CONTROL OFFICER II
Page 6 of 8

25th Percentile

Market Base Salary


50th Percentile

75th Percentile

41,900
41,537
41,269
36,930
40,156
40,490
38,977
39,456
40,783
39,097
40,232
39,759
41,056
38,532
39,997
40,266
39,828
36,815
39,186
39,144
37,734
37,921
37,819
37,759
35,001
37,164
36,857
37,882
35,529
36,820
36,820
37,101
35,371
34,328

44,455
44,434
44,123
43,429
43,267
43,192
43,162
43,151
43,132
43,001
42,961
42,873
42,715
42,526
42,475
42,449
41,970
41,856
41,576
41,161
40,827
40,801
40,425
39,954
39,793
39,543
39,340
39,276
39,247
39,180
39,180
39,120
39,108
39,028

48,218
50,116
46,395
46,541
47,514
49,806
48,151
47,228
47,788
47,698
45,086
45,551
45,700
46,729
44,701
45,359
44,833
47,586
45,095
44,595
44,958
44,650
43,601
41,890
45,240
41,713
42,224
41,516
41,067
42,343
42,343
41,571
43,577
44,371

Shawnee County, Kansas


Compensation Study Results
Exhibit 1 - Market Summary
Data Effective July 1, 2016
CBIZ
Code

Annualized
Average Base

345
325
276
300
243
252
348
253
229
306
270
102
347
339
246
111
269
342
107
352
204
317
203
113
151
296
136
101
159
314
157
237
287
267

29,380
28,966
34,278
34,091
25,548
30,919
31,970
33,033
26,333
26,738
21,029
28,439
32,843
26,936
24,398
34,486
31,223
36,213
37,825
33,654
34,320
28,640
34,320
30,222
22,845
36,213
29,427
25,763
28,538
30,670
27,770
29,494
28,621
24,291

Job Title

VICTIM/WITNESS SPEC
SPANISH TRANSLATOR
PARK MAINTENANCE TECHNICIAN
PURCHASING SPECIALIST I
LEGAL ASSISTANT I
MAINTENANCE TECHNICIAN I -FACILITIES
WELDER-REFUSE
MAINTENANCE TECHNICIAN I -CORRECTIONS
HHW SPEC
RECREATION LEADER
OFFICE ASSISTANT/GRANTS SPEC
ACCOUNT CLERK Ill
VOTER SERVICES ASSISTANT
TECHNICAL APPLICATION SPEC
LEGAL SECRETARY
ADMIN/CREDENTIALING SPECIALIST
OAIII
TRANSPORTATION SPECIALIST
ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT
ASSISTANT ELECTION SYSTEMS SPECIALIST
DIVISION SUPERVISOR DA
ROAD MAINTENANCE
DIVERSION COORDINATOR
ANIMAL CONTROL OFFICER I
CLINICAL MEDICAL ASSISTANT
PROPERTY TECHNICIAN
BRIDGE MAINTENANCE
ACCOUNT CLERK II
COMMERCIAL CONTAINER MAINT
RESIDENTIAL CONTAINER MAINT
COLLECTOR
INVENTORY SPECIALIST
PROGRAM MEDICAL ASSISTANT
OAII
Page 7 of 8

25th Percentile

Market Base Salary


50th Percentile

75th Percentile

36,348
36,403
33,834
34,222
34,154
35,742
34,526
34,279
33,544
32,317
33,589
33,183
33,967
33,265
33,954
32,693
34,132
32,613
31,649
32,684
32,508
31,296
32,098
29,851
30,929
31,454
30,488
30,618
29,905
29,905
29,911
29,428
28,704
28,789

38,394
38,313
38,121
37,729
37,559
37,461
37,438
36,831
35,961
35,684
35,568
35,312
35,311
35,285
35,217
35,194
35,187
35,176
35,044
35,006
34,640
33,961
33,958
33,937
33,820
33,487
32,863
32,581
32,077
32,077
31,719
31,381
30,763
30,414

40,869
41,226
41,198
41,956
41,802
40,029
41,230
39,867
39,141
39,771
39,687
36,751
36,989
38,321
36,838
38,512
38,612
38,590
37,937
41,793
37,535
36,946
36,534
38,583
36,195
36,279
35,980
33,877
34,969
34,969
34,148
33,999
33,542
33,451

Shawnee County, Kansas


Compensation Study Results
Exhibit 1 - Market Summary
Data Effective July 1, 2016
CBIZ
Code

Annualized
Average Base

186
181
100
124
133
266
277
182
139
185
235
176
265
153
168
169
239
254
268
286
311
327

30,160
21,790
19,698
32,032
30,160
20,814
29,660
29,049
28,288
22,880
25,459
61,797
53,040
42,994
48,776
53,391
69,753
79,893
31,312
30,472
43,077
43,326

25th Percentile

Job Title

28,102
26,214
27,846
27,351
26,748
26,023
25,280
25,259
25,125
25,291
24,094

DA RECEPTIONIST II
CUSTODIAN-CORRECTIONS
ACCOUNT CLERK I
ASSISTANT ACCREDITATION MGR
ASST DIVERSION COORDINATOR
OAI
PARK MAINTENANCE WORKER
CIVILIAN PROCESS SERVER
CADASTRAL MAPPING SPEC TRAINEE
DA RECEPTIONIST I
HEALTHY START HOME VISITOR
COUNTY CLERK
NOXIOUS WEEDS DIRECTOR
COUNTY COMMISSIONER
CORPORAL A
CORPORALS
ISP DIVISION MANAGER
MAJOR
OA II SPECIAL DEPUTY
PESTICIDE APPLICATOR
RECYCLING MANAGER
SUPPORT SERVICES MANAGER

Page 8 of 8

Market Base Salary


50th Percentile
29,610
29,389
29,245
29,119
28,298
27,264
26,985
26,671
26,667
26,649
25,371
87,865
68,523
42,942

75th Percentile
31,473
31,031
31,149
31,547
30,445
29,179
29,380
28,670
28,848
28,326
27,145

Exhibit 2: Shawnee County, Kansas


Actual Annualized Base Salary Compared to Market 50th Percentile Base Salary
140,000

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120,000

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Shawnee County Base Salary

Market Base Salary

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100,000

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Base Salary)

Linear (Market Base Salary)

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Shawnee County
Salary Trendline Equation
and R-Square:

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c::::

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60,000

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20,000
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80,000

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100,000

Market Base Salary


Page 1 of 1

120,000

140,000

Shawnee County, Kansas


Compensation Study Results
Exhibit 4 -Job List by Grade
Data Effective July 1, 2016
Proposed
Grade Job Title

Proe_osed Stee_s (Annual)


11
10

12

13

14

15

16

17

18

19

20

124,342

127,442

130,624

133,890

137,238

140,670

144,186

147,784

151,486

155,272

110,261

113,027

115,856

118,747

121,722

124,758

127,878

131,082

134,368

137,738

141,190

97,781

100,235

102,731

105,290

107,931

110,635

113,402

116,230

119,142

122,117

125,174

128,294

86,736

88,899

91,125

93,413

95,742

98,134

100,589

103,106

105,685

108,326

111,030

113,797

116,646

76,939

78,853

80,829

82,846

84,926

87,048

89,232

91,458

93,746

96,096

98,509

100,963

103,480

106,059

69,618

71,365

73,154

74,984

76,856

78,770

80,746

82,763

84,822

86,944

89,128

91,354

93,642

95,992

98,384

63,253

64,834

66,456

68,120

69,826

71,573

73,362

75,192

77,064

78,998

80,974

82,992

85,072

87,194

89,378

97,115

99,549

102,045

104,603

107,224

109,907

112,653

115,461

118,352

121,306

90,501

92,768

95,098

97,469

99,902

102,398

104,957

107,578

82,264

84,323

86,424

88,587

90,792

93,059

95,389

74,797

76,669

78,582

80,538

82,555

84,614

67,995

69,701

71,448

73,237

75,067

63,045

64,626

66,248

67,912

57,304

58,739

60,216

61,714

General Schedule
25
DISTRICT ATTORNEY
24

23

22

21

20

19

88,296
CHIEF DEPUTY DA
CHIEF OF STAFF DA
COUNTY COUNSELOR
INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY DIR
SHERIFF
80,267
CORRECTIONS DIRECTOR
COUNTY ENGINEER
DIRECTOR OF ADMIN SERVICES
PARKS & RECREATION DIRECTOR
72,966
COUNTY APPRAISER
DEPUTY DIRECTOR - PUBLIC WORKS
ELECTION COMMISSIONER
LHD DIRECTOR
MID LEVEL PRAC ARNP/PA
UNDERSHERIFF
66,331
CHC DIRECTOR
COUNTY COUNSELOR I
PLANNING DIRECTOR
SRASSISTANT DISTRICT ATTORNEY
61,506
APP SUPPORT/PROJECT MGR
ASSISTANT DISTRICT ATTORNEY II
CHIEF NETWORK ENGINEER
COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS DIRECTOR
CORRECTIONS DEPUTY DIRECTOR
DEP DIRISYS/PROG MGR
DIR FACILITIES MANAGEMENT
DIRECTOR OF HUMAN RESOURCES
EXECUTIVE ASSISTANT DA
GENERAL COUNSEL
55,910
APPLICATION PROGRAMMING MGR
ASST DIR CECC
CIVIL ENGINEER II
CORRECTIONS DIVISION MANAGER
DATABASE ADMINISTRATOR
DIRECTOR OF EMERGENCY MGT
EV PROTECTION DIVISION MGR
PARKS DIRECTOR
RECREATION DIRECTOR
REGISTER OF DEEDS
SR TECH PROG/ANALYST

Page 1 of 14

Shawnee County, Kansas


Compensation Study Results
Exhibit 4- Job List by Grade
Data Effective July 1, 2016
Proposed
Grade Job Title
18

17

16

15

52,021
53,331
54,662
56,035
APPLICATIONS DEVELOPER Ill
COMMERCIAL APPRAISAL MGR
DEPUTY FINANCIAL ADMINISTRATOR
FAMILY HEALTH DIVISION MANAGER
FETAL INFANT MORTALITY REVIEW COORDINATOR/ABSTRACTOR
GIS MAPPING COORDINATOR
NOXIOUS WEEDS DIRECTOR
QUALITY & RISK MANAGEMENT OFFICER
PSYCHOLOGIST
RADIO NETWORK ADMINISTRATOR
ROAD SUPERINTENDENT
STAFF ATTORNEY DISTRICT COURT
52,104
48,381
49,587
50,835
ASSISTANT DISTRICT ATTORNEY I
CHC DIVISION MANAGER
CHIEF OF POLICE-PARKS
DIRECTOR OF GOLF
EMERGENCY MGT DEP DIR
FAMILY SERVICE DIVISION MGR
HEALTH SERVICES TEAM LEADER
ISP DIVISION MANAGER
PARK PLANNER/PROJECT MANAGER
SR COMM REAL PROP APPRAISER
TELECOMMUNICATIONS SPECIALIST
47,278
45,011
46,134
48,464
ACCOUNTANT II
APPLICATIONS DEVELOPER II
ASSISTANT ELECTION COMMISSONER
CHIEF INVESTIGATOR
COMMUNICATIONS FLOOR SUPER
CORRECTIONS UNIT SUPERVISOR
COUNTY SURVEYOR
EQUIP FLEET SUPERVISOR
FLEET SERVICES SUPERVISOR
HLH INFO MGT SYSTEMS MGR
P&R ADMININSTRATION SUPERVISOR
RECREATION SUPERINTENDENT
RESIDENTIAL SUPERVISOR
42,723
43,784
44,886
46,010
APPRAISER Ill
ASSISTANT ROAD SUPERVISOR
CHLDCARE LIC TEAM LEADER
DEPUTY CHIEF OF STAFF
DEPUTY TREASURER
DEPUTY TREASURER MV
ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH SPEC II
EPCO SPECIALIST
GREEN SPACES AND LAND SUPERINTENDENT
MAINT MANAGER
OUTDOOR ADVENTURE SUPERINTENDENT
PUBLIC WORKS AUTOMECH SUPVISOR

Proe_osed Stee_s (Annuall


10
11

----

12

13

14

15

16

17

18

19

20

66,602

68,266

69,971

71,718

73,507

75,338

77,230

79,165

81,141

83,179

60,424

61,942

63,482

65,062

66,685

68,349

70,054

71,802

73,590

75,421

77,314

54,829

56,202

57,616

59,051

60,528

62,046

63,606

65,187

66,810

68,474

70,179

71,926

52,062

53,373

54,704

56,077

57,470

58,906

60,382

61,901

63,440

65,021

66,643

68,307

57,429

58,864

60,341

61,859

63,398

64,979

53,414

54,746

56,118

57,512

58,947

49,670

50,918

52,187

53,498

47,154

48,339

49,546

50,794

Page 2 of 14

Shawnee County, Kansas


Compensation Study Results
Exhibit 4 -Job List by Grade
Data Effective July 1, 2016
Proposed
Grade Job Title

Proe.osed Stees (Annuall


10
11

42,806

43,867

44,970

46,093

47,237

48,422

49,629

39,811

40,810

41,829

42,869

43,950

45,053

46,176

12

13

14

15

16

17

18

19

20

50,877

52,146

53,456

54,787

56,160

57,574

59,010

60,486

62,005

63,565

47,341

48,526

49,733

50,981

52,250

53,560

54,891

56,264

57,678

59,114

RECREATION SUPERVISOR
14

13

39,749
40,747
41,766
ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER
AMBULANCE COMPLIANCE OFFICER
APPLICATIONS DEVELOPER I
APPRAISAL SUPPORT SERVICES MANAGER
ASSISTANT NETWORK ADMIN
BRIDGE SUPERVISOR
COMMERCIAL REAL PROPERTY SPEC
COMMUNICATIONS SHIFT SUPER
CORRECTIONS LINE SUPERVISOR
EMERGENCY MGT PLANNER
FIXED ASSET MANAGER
GOLF COURSE SUPERINTENDENT
HHW FACILITY MANAGER
HRILABOR RELTNS OFFR
INTENSIVE SUPV PROB OFFICER
MECHANIC SUPERVISOR
OFFICE MANAGER II
PARALEGAL
PARK SUPERVISOR
PAYROLL OFFICER
PUBLIC INFO OFFICER HA
PURCHASING SPECIALIST II
RECREATION PROGRAM SUPERVISOR
RECYCLING MANAGER
REFUSE COLLECTOR SUPERVISOR
SOCIAL WORK TEAM LEADER
SR COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEM ENGR
SUPPORT SERVICES MANAGER
ZONING ADMINISTRATOR
36,962
37,877
38,834
ACCOUNTANT I
ADMINISTRATION TEAM LEADER
APPRAISER II
ASSISTANT EQUIP FLEET SUPERVISOR
BCC OFFICE ADMINISTRATOR
BUSINESS SERVICES MANAGER
COMMUNICATIONS AND PUBLIC INFORMATION SUPERVISOR
COMMUNICATIONS ENGINEER
ELECTRICIAN
EXECUTIVE SECRETARY
HORTICULTURIST
HR SPECIALIST II
INVESTIGATOR
MOTOR VEHICLE QA SPECIALIST
PARK POLICE
PROGRAM COORDINATOR
SOCIAL WORKER
SR INVESTIGATOR

Page 3 of 14

Shawnee County, Kansas


Compensation Study Results
Exhibit 4- Job List by Grade
Data Effective July 1, 2016
Proposed
Grade Job Title
12

11

10

34,382
35,235
ADMINISTRATIVE SPECIALIST
APPLICATIONS SYSTEMS TECH
BUILDING SUPERVISOR
COMPLIANCE/QUALITY MANAGEMENT SPECIALIST
COURT TECH SUPPORT SPECIALIST
DA ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT
DIR OF VOTER SERVICES
ELECTION SYSTEMS SPECIALIST
FORESTER
GIS TECHNICIAN
LEGAL ASSISTANT Ill
LHD SUPPORT SPECIALIST
OFFICE MANAGER I
OUTREACH AND ENROLLMENT COORD
PAYROLL ASSISTANT
PERSONAL COMPUTER TECHNICIAN
31,990
32,781
ACCOUNTING ASSOCIATE
ACCOUNTING SPECIALIST I
APPRAISER I
ASSISTANT BUSINESS SERVICES MGR
AUTO MECHANIC
DAYCARE LICENSING SURVEYOR
LEGAL ASSISTANT II
PR AP SUPERVISOR
RECREATION PROGRAMMER
SPECIAL ASSISTANT TO SHERIFF
VOLUNTEER SERVICES COORD
30,389
30,992
ANIMAL CONTROL OFFICER II
LEGAL ASSISTANT I
MAINTENANCE TECHNICIAN I- FACILITIES
MEDICAL CODING SPECIALIST
PESTICIDE APPLICATOR
PURCHASING SPECIALIST I
RECREATION PROGRAM COORDINATOR
VICTIM/WITNESS SPEC
28,933
29,515
ADMIN/CREDENTIALING SPECIALIST
ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT
ASSISTANT ELECTION SYSTEMS SPECIALIST
LEGAL SECRETARY
OFFICE ASSISTANT/GRANTS SPEC
RECREATION LEADER
TECHNICAL APPLICATION SPEC
TRANSPORTATION SPECIALIST
VOTER SERVICES ASSISTANT

Proe.osed Steps (Annual)


10
11

12

13

14

15

16

17

18

19

20

43,992

45,094

46,218

47,382

48,568

49,774

51,022

52,291

53,602

54,933

39,915

40,914

41,933

42,973

44,054

45,157

46,280

47,445

48,630

49,837

51,085

35,610

36,317

37,045

37,794

38,542

39,312

40,102

40,914

41,725

42,557

43,410

44,283

33,904

34,590

35,277

35,984

36,712

37,440

38,189

38,958

39,728

40,518

41,330

42,162

36,109

37,003

37,918

38,875

39,853

40,851

41,870

42,910

33,592

34,424

35,277

36,150

37,045

37,981

38,938

31,616

32,240

32,885

33,550

34,216

34,902

30,098

30,701

31,325

31,949

32,594

33,238

Page 4 of 14

Shawnee County, Kansas


Compensation Study Results
Exhibit 4- Job List by Grade
Data Effective July 1, 2016
Proposed
Grade Job Title

Proe.osed Stees (Annual)


10
11

27,560

28,122

28,683

29,266

29,848

30,451

31,054

31,678

32,302

32,947

24,315

24,794

25,293

25,792

26,312

26,832

27,373

27,914

28,475

23,150
ASSISTANT ACCREDITATION MGR
ASST DIVERSION COORDINATOR
22,048
DA RECEPTIONIST I

23,608

24,086

24,565

25,064

25,563

26,083

26,603

22,485

22,942

23,400

23,878

24,357

24,835

25,334

12

13

14

15

16

17

18

19

20

33,613

34,278

34,965

35,672

36,379

37,107

37,856

38,605

39,374

40,165

29,037

29,619

30,202

30,805

31,429

32,053

32,698

33,342

34,008

34,694

35,381

27,144

27,685

28,246

28,808

29,390

29,973

30,576

31,179

31,803

32,448

33,093

33,758

25,834

26,354

26,874

27,414

27,955

28,517

29,078

29,661

30,264

30,867

31,491

32,115

ANIMAL CONTROL OFFICER I


DIVERSION COORDINATOR
DIVISION SUPERVISOR DA
PROPERTY TECHNICIAN
5
DA RECEPTIONIST II
4

Page 5 of 14

Shawnee County, Kansas


Compensation Study Results
Exhibit 4 -Job List by Grade
Data Effective July 1, 2016
Proposed
Grade Job Title

Proe_osed Stee_s (Annuall


10
11

12

13

14

15

16

17

18

19

20

86,778

88,504

90,272

92,082

93,933

95,805

97,718

99,674

101,670

103,709

80,995

82,618

84,261

85,946

87,672

89,419

91,208

93,038

94,890

96,782

98,717

75,650

77,168

78,707

80,288

81,890

83,533

85,197

86,902

88,650

90,418

92,227

94,078

67,246

68,598

69,971

71,365

72,800

74,256

75,733

77,251

78,790

80,371

81,973

83,616

85,280

62,816

64,064

65,354

66,664

67,995

69,347

70,741

72,155

73,590

75,067

76,565

78,104

79,664

81,266

58,614

59,779

60,965

62,192

63,440

64,709

65,998

67,309

68,661

70,034

71,427

72,862

74,318

75,795

77,314

54,766

55,869

56,992

58,136

59,301

60,486

61,693

62,920

64,189

65,478

66,789

68,120

69,493

70,886

72,301

73,757

51,085

52,104

53,144

54,205

55,286

56,389

57,512

58,656

59,821

61,027

62,254

63,502

64,771

66,061

67,392

68,744

70,117

47,715

48,672

49,650

50,648

51,667

52,707

53,768

54,850

55,952

57,075

58,219

59,384

60,570

61,776

63,003

64,272

65,562

66,872

43,285

44,158

45,032

45,926

46,842

47,778

48,734

49,712

50,710

51,730

52,770

53,830

54,912

56,014

57,138

58,282

59,446

60,632

71,178

72,592

74,048

75,525

77,043

78,582

80,163

81,765

83,408

85,072

67,787

69,139

70,512

71,926

73,362

74,838

76,336

77,854

79,414

64,563

65,853

67,163

68,515

69,888

71,282

72,717

74,173

58,552

59,717

60,902

62,130

63,378

64,646

65,936

55,765

56,888

58,032

59,197

60,382

61,589

53,102

54,163

55,245

56,347

57,470

50,565

51,584

52,624

53,685

48,152

49,109

50,086

45,864

46,779

41,600

42,432

Sheriff Schedule
SH-12
MAJOR
SH-11
CAPTAIN
SH-10
LIEUTENANT
SH-8
SERGEANT B
SH-7
SERGEANT A
SH-6
DETECTIVE B
SH-5
DETECTIVE A
SH-4
CORPORALS
SH-3
CORPORAL A
SH-1
PATROLMAN

Page 6 of 14

Shawnee County, Kansas


Compensation Study Results
Exhibit 4 - Job List by Grade
Data Effective July 1, 2016
Proposed
Grade Job Title

Proe_osed Stee_s (Annual)

10

11

12

13

14

15

16

17

18

19

20

40,414

41,226

42,058

42,890

43,742

44,616

45,510

46,426

47,362

48,318

49,275

50,253

51,251

52,270

53,310

54,371

55,453

56,555

57,678

58,822

37,419

38,168

38,938

39,707

40,498

41,309

42,141

42,994

43,846

44,720

45,614

46,530

47,466

48,422

49,400

50,398

51,397

52,416

53,456

54,517

34,653

35,339

36,046

36,774

37,502

38,251

39,021

39,811

40,602

41,413

42,245

43,098

43,950

44,824

45,718

46,634

47,570

48,526

49,504

50,502

32,094

32,739

33,384

34,050

34,736

35,422

36,130

36,858

37,586

38,334

39,104

39,894

40,685

41,496

42,328

43,181

44,054

44,928

45,822

46,738

27,518

28,059

28,621

29,203

29,786

30,389

30,992

31,616

32,240

32,885

33,550

34,216

34,902

35,610

36,317

37,045

37,794

38,542

39,312

40,102

25,480

26,000

26,520

27,061

27,602

28,163

28,725

29,307

29,890

30,493

31,096

31,720

32,365

33,010

33,675

34,341

35,027

35,734

36,442

37,170

Public Works Schedule


PW-9
CREW LEADER
ENGINEER TECHNICIAN
PW-8
CODE COMPLIANCE OFFICER
MECHANIC-PUBLIC WORKS
TRAFFIC REGULATOR
PW-7
EQUIPMENT OPERATOR
PW-6
SURVEYOR ASSISTANT
PW-4
BRIDGE MAINTENANCE
ROAD MAINTENANCE
PW-3
INVENTORY SPECIALIST

Page 7 of 14

Shawnee County, Kansas


Compensation Study Results
Exhibit 4- Job List by Grade
Data Effective July 1, 2016
Proposed
Grade Job Title

Proe_osed Stees (Annual)

10

11

12

13

14

15

16

17

18

19

20

28,933

29,515

30,098

30,701

31,325

31,949

32,594

33,238

33,904

34,590

35,277

35,984

36,712

37,440

38,189

38,958

39,728

40,518

41,330

42,162

26,915

27,456

27,997

28,558

29,120

29,702

30,306

30,909

31,533

32,157

32,802

33,467

34,133

34,819

35,506

36,213

36,941

37,690

38,438

39,208

25,043

25,542

26,062

26,582

27,123

27,664

28,226

28,787

29,370

29,952

30,555

31,158

31,782

32,427

33,072

33,738

34,403

35,090

35,797

36,504

23,296

23,754

24,232

24,710

25,210

25,709

26,229

26,749

27,290

27,830

28,392

28,954

29,536

30,118

30,722

31,346

31,970

32,614

33,259

33,925

22,110

22,547

23,005

23,462

23,941

24,419

24,898

25,397

25,896

26,416

26,936

27,477

28,018

28,579

29,141

29,723

30,326

30,930

31,554

Clerical Schedule
C-8
ACCOUNT CLERK Ill
OAIII
C-7
ACCOUNT CLERK II
C-6
OAII
OA II SPECIAL DEPUTY
C-5
ACCOUNT CLERK I
C-4

21,674
CADASTRAL MAPPING SPEC TRAINEE
CIVILIAN PROCESS SERVER
OAI

Page 8 of 14

Shawnee County, Kansas


Compensation Study Results
Exhibit 4- Job List by Grade
Data Effective July 1, 2016
Proposed
Grade Job Title

Proe_osed Stee_s (Annual)


10
11

12

13

14

15

16

17

18

19

20

42,078

42,910

43,763

44,637

45,531

46,446

47,382

48,339

49,296

50,274

38,542

39,312

40,102

40,914

41,725

42,557

43,410

44,283

45,178

46,072

46,987

32,864

33,530

34,195

34,882

35,589

36,296

37,024

37,773

38,522

39,291

40,082

40,893

27,664

28,226

28,787

29,370

29,952

30,555

31,158

31,782

32,427

33,072

33,738

34,403

35,901

36,629

37,357

38,106

38,875

39,645

40,435

41,246

33,550

34,216

34,902

35,610

36,317

37,045

37,794

29,182

29,765

30,368

30,971

31,595

32,219

24,544

25,043

25,542

26,062

26,582

27,123

Corrections Schedule
COR-6
COR-5

COR-4
COR-2

34,507
35,194
LEAD CORRECTIONS SPECIALIST
32,240
32,885
CORRECTIONS SPECIALIST
MAINTENANCE TECHNICIAN II - CORRECTIONS
28,038
28,600
MAINTENANCE TECHNICIAN I - CORRECTIONS
23,587
24,066
CUSTODIAN-CORRECTIONS

Page 9 of 14

Shawnee County, Kansas


Compensation Study Results
Exhibit 4- Job List by Grade
Data Effective July 1, 2016
Proposed
Grade Job Title

Proe_osed Stee_s (Annual)

10

11

12

13

14

15

16

17

18

19

20

37,606

38,355

39,125

39,915

40,706

41,517

42,349

43,202

44,075

44,949

45,843

46,758

47,694

48,651

49,629

50,627

51,646

52,686

53,747

54,829

34,195

34,882

35,589

36,296

37,024

37,773

38,522

39,291

40,082

40,893

41,704

42,536

43,389

44,262

45,157

46,051

46,966

47,902

48,859

49,837

29,578

30,160

30,763

31,387

32,011

32,656

33,301

33,966

34,653

35,339

36,046

36,774

37,502

38,251

39,021

39,811

40,602

41,413

42,245

43,098

27,518
COMMERCIAL CONTAINER MAINT
RESIDENTIAL CONTAINER MAINT
26,208
COLLECTOR

28,059

28,621

29,203

29,786

30,389

30,992

31,616

32,240

32,885

33,550

34,216

34,902

35,610

36,317

37,045

37,794

38,542

39,312

40,102

26,728

27,269

27,810

28,371

28,933

29,515

30,098

30,701

31,325

31,949

32,594

33,238

33,904

34,590

35,277

35,984

36,712

37,440

38,189

Solid Waste Schedule


SW-7
FRONT LOAD TRUCK DRIVER
ROLL-OFF TRUCK DRIVER
SIDE LOAD TRUCK DRIVER
SW-6
MECHANIC-REFUSE
TRUCK DRIVER
SW-4
HHWSPEC
WELDER-REFUSE
SW-3

SW-2

Page 10 of 14

Shawnee County, Kansas


Compensation Study Results
Exhibit 4- Job List by Grade
Data Effective July 1, 2016
Proposed
Grade Job Title

Proe.osed Stees (Annual)


10
11

35,006

35,714

36,421

37,149

37,898

38,646

39,416

40,206

41,018

32,573

33,218

33,883

34,570

35,256

35,963

36,691

37,419

38,168

12

13

14

15

16

17

18

19

20

41,829

42,661

43,514

44,387

45,282

46,197

47,112

48,048

49,005

49,982

38,938

39,707

40,498

41,309

42,141

42,994

43,846

44,720

45,614

46,530

Communications Schedule
COM-2
COM-1

34,323
COMMUNICATIONS SPECIALIST II
31,928
COMMUNICATIONS SPECIALIST I

Page 11 of 14

Shawnee County, Kansas


Compensation Study Results
Exhibit 4- Job List by Grade
Data Effective July 1, 2016
Proposed
Grade Job Title

Proe_osed Stee_s (Annual)

10

11

12

13

14

15

16

17

18

19

20

39,603

40,394

41,205

42,037

42,869

43,722

44,595

45,490

46,405

47,341

48,298

49,254

50,232

51,230

52,250

53,290

54,350

55,432

56,534

35,360

36,067

36,795

37,523

38,272

39,042

39,832

40,622

41,434

42,266

43,118

43,971

44,845

45,739

46,654

47,590

48,547

49,525

50,523

31,574

32,198

32,843

33,509

34,174

34,861

35,568

36,275

37,003

37,752

38,501

39,270

40,061

40,872

41,683

42,515

43,368

44,242

45,136

22,485

22,942

23,400

23,878

24,357

24,835

25,334

25,834

26,354

26,874

27,414

27,955

28,517

29,078

29,661

30,264

30,867

31,491

32,115

Pi!rks Schedule
PK-6
PK-5

PK-4
PK-1

38,834
PARK MECHANIC LEADWORKER
34,674
MECHANIC-PARK
PARK MAINTENANCE LEADWORKER
30,950
PARK MAINTENANCE TECHNICIAN
22,048
PARK MAINTENANCE WORKER

Page 12 of 14

Shawnee County, Kansas


Compensation Study Results
Exhibit 4- Job List by Grade
Data Effective July 1, 2016
Proposed
Grade Job Title

Proe_osed Stee_s (Annual)

10

11

12

13

14

15

16

17

18

19

20

47,278

48,214

49,171

50,149

51,147

52,166

53,206

54,267

55,349

56,451

57,574

58,718

59,883

61,090

62,317

63,565

64,834

66,123

67,454

40,290
41,101
DIETICIAN
HEALTH PROMOTION COORDINATOR
SOCIAL WORKER-MSW
35,027
35,734
ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH SPEC I
LPN
MAINTENANCE TECH CREW LEADER- HEALTH
SOCIAL WORKER-BSW
31,138
31,762
MAINTENANCE TECHNICIAN II - HEALTH
SPANISH TRANSLATOR
27,685
28,246
CLINICAL MEDICAL ASSISTANT
24,606
25,106
PROGRAM MEDICAL ASSISTANT
20,800
21,216
HEALTHY START HOME VISITOR

41,933

42,765

43,618

44,491

45,386

46,301

47,237

48,173

49,130

50,107

51,106

52,125

53,165

54,226

55,307

56,410

57,533

58,677

36,442

37,170

37,918

38,667

39,437

40,227

41,038

41,850

42,682

43,534

44,408

45,302

46,218

47,133

48,069

49,026

50,003

51,002

32,406

33,051

33,717

34,382

35,069

35,776

36,483

37,211

37,960

38,730

39,499

40,290

41,101

41,933

42,765

43,618

44,491

45,386

28,808

29,390

29,973

30,576

31,179

31,803

32,448

33,093

33,758

34,424

35,110

35,818

36,525

37,253

38,002

38,771

39,541

40,331

25,605

26,125

26,645

27,186

27,726

28,288

28,850

29,432

30,014

30,618

31,221

31,845

32,490

33,134

33,800

34,486

35,173

35,880

21,632

22,069

22,506

22,963

23,421

23,899

24,378

24,856

25,355

25,854

26,374

26,894

27,435

27,976

28,538

29,099

29,682

30,285

Health Professional & Health Suggort Schedule


46,342

H-8
PUBLIC HLTH EDUCATOR
RN
H-7

H-6

H-5

H-4
H-3
H-1

Page 13 of 14

Shawnee County, Kansas


Compensation Study Results
Exhibit 4- Job List by Grade
Data Effective July 1, 2016
Proposed
Grade Job Title

Proposed Steps (Annual)


10
11

12

Nonbenchmark Jobs*
COUNTY CLERK
COUNTY COMMISSIONER
COUNTY TREASURER
MEDICAL DIRECTOR
PHYSICIAN
While limited market data exists for the elected County positions above, as well as the medical positions, assigning these positions to formal salary ranges is not a prevalent practice.

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14

15

16

17

18

19

20