Granville Community Calendar

Ordinance 41-1994

ORDINANCE NO. 41-9
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AN ORDINANCE GRANTING AN EXCLUSIVE FRANCHISE TO WASTE
MANAGEMENT TO COLLECT AND DISPOSE OF RESIDENTIAL RECYCLABLE
MATERIALS AND SOLID WASTE IN THE VILLAGE OF GRANVILLE, OHIO, SETTING FORTH THE TERMS AND CONDITIONS ACCOMPANYING THE GRANT
OF THE FRANCHISE AND PROVIDING FOR REGULATION OF RESIDENTIAL
RECYCLING AND SOLID WASTE COLLECTION DURING THE PERIOD JANUARY
1, 1995 TO DECEMBER 31, 1998.
WHEREAS, The Council of Granville, Ohio has found and determined that the
convenience of the general public is served by the collection and proper disposal of
residential recycling and solid waste materials in the Village, and;
WHEREAS, the Council has concluded full and open public hearings during which and all interested parties and members of the public desiring any to submit bids to the
Village for the award of a Franchise to collect and dispose of residential recyclable
materials and solid waste were afforded an opportunity to do so, and;
WHEREAS, Waste Management, an Ohio Corporation, submitted the bid deemed lowest
and best for an agreement granting an exclusive franchise to Waste Management to
operate a residential recycling ana refuse collection and disposal system in the Village
of Granville, Ohio, setting forth the terms and conditions accompanying the grant of the franchise and providing for regulation of the service, and;
WHEREAS, Waste Management has agreed to the terms of said franchise, and the
Village has reviewed ana approved Waste Management's qualifications and
performance, and has decided to approve the issuance of a 3-year franchise to Waste Management.
NOW, THEREFORE, be it ordained by the Council of Granville, Ohio that the parties
agree as follows:
SECTION I: BASIS OF THE FRANCHISE
For the purposes of this franchise, the following terms, phrases, words, abbreviations and their derivations shall have the meaning given herein. When not inconsistent with the context, words used in the plural shall include the singular, and vice versa. The word shall is always mandatory and not merely directory.
A. Curbside recyclable materials collection and delivery and curbside refuse collection and disposal
shall be on the basis of monthly rates per subscriber for curbside pickup of solid waste, yard
waste, and recyclables. In addition, an annual large item pick up and yard waste collection shall be included.
B The franchisee declares that the only person, persons, company or parties interested in this
franchise as principals are named in this proposal, that it is in all respects fair and without
collusion or fraud, and that no person in the employment of the Village of Granville is interested in said franchise.
C. The Village of Granville estimates that the number of Residential Units to be initially serviced for curbside recyclable materials collection and delivery, curbside refuse collection and disposal, and yard waste collection and disposal under the franchise is approximately 1,200. The Village of Granville makes no representation as to the reliability of its estimate for Residential Units. Unit
Price computations for Residential Units are based upon such estimate, and the franchisee shall provide the services required by this franchise at such Unit Price even if the actual number of Residential Units is greater than or less than such estimates.
D. The Franchisee will provide to each Residential Unit a container for Recyclable Material. The Franchisee may provide each residential unit a container for solid waste at the unit owner's option.
E. Annually, the franchisee, at no additional charge to the Village of Granville or the residents of the Village, shall provide free picku-p of items other than refuse during the first week of May, which is designated F" ixU- p,CleanU- p Week"in the Village. The items listed below are only examples and should not be considered as an all inclusive listing of items to be picked up and disposed of properly during ' Fix-Up Clean-Up week."
All wood items other than yard waste
Appliance
Furniture
Construction Material
Old rugs
Misc. copper, galvanized and metal piping.
F. The Franchisee shall be totally responsible for the disposal of all Recyclable Materials collected pursuant to this Franchise. The Franchisee may enter into an
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agreement with a Commodity Buyer for the sale of all Recyclable Materials. Recyclable
Materials shall not be disposed of by means by landfill or incineration without written
authorization of the Village.
G. The Franchisee shall develop and coordinate an educational campaign for the Village designed to
encourage participation by residents. The campaign should include but not be limited to the
purpose of recycling, proper preparation of the recyclable Materials for collection, and periodic
news releases on the success of the Village's recycling program. The educational campaign
should include but not be limited to schools and social and fraternal organizations.
H. The undersigned, having carefully read and considered the terms and conditions of the Franchise
Documents for Residential Recyclable Materials Collection and Delivery and Solid Waste
Collection and Disposal for the Village of Granville, does hereby offer to perform such services of
the type and quality and in the manner described, and subject to and in accordance with the terms
and conditions set forth in the Franchise Documents at the rate hereinafter set forth:
Unit costs to be based on 1200 households in the Village of Granville).
DESCRIPTION
1. Unit cost for weekly collection of
newsprint, aluminum, bi-metal cans,
plastics, and glass at such
Residential Units and delivery as
per specification
2. Unit cost for weekly collection of
Solid Waste at such Residential
Units and Disposal as per specification
3. Unit cost for weekly collection of yard wastes
not including brush
4. Charge for Recyclable Container
5. Charge for Solid Waste Container
Total Monthly Unit Cost
UNIT PRICE PER MONTH
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If the franchisee shall fail, within a period of ten (10)days from the date of the adoption of this ordinance to execute a satisfactory franchise agreement, a copy which is attached hereof hereto and made a part and marked Exhibit A' "or furnish a satisfactory performance bond, then the Village may, at its option, determine that the franchisee has abandoned the Franchise, and thereupon the bid security shall be forfeited to and become property of the Village as liquidated damages.
SECTION 11:
This ordinance shall take effect and be in full force from and after the earliest date allowed by law.
Passed this day of 1994.
Attest:
Clerk of Council
Approved as to Form:
Mayor
Law Director
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FRANCHISE AGREEMENT
FOR
RESIDENTIAL RECYCLABLE MATERIALS COLLECTION AND DELIVERY
AND
RESIDENTIAL SOLID WASTE COLLECTION AND DISPOSAL
IN THE VILLAGE OF GRANVILLE
GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS
DEFINITIONS
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Bags
Bulky Waste
Bundle
Commodity
Commodity Buyer
Construction Debris
Container (Recyclables)
Container (Solid Waste)
Franchise Documents
Franchisee
Dead Animals
Disposal Site
Garbage
Hazardous Waste
Recyclable Materials
Refuse
Residential Refuse
Residential Unit
Solid Waste
Stable Matter
Village
Yard Waste
SCOPE OF WORK
TYPE OF COLLECTION
Recyclable Material Collection
Solid Waste Collection
Location of Containers for Collection
Bulky Waste
Collection Containers
Notice in Newspaperle/ tter to residents
Service Containers
OPERATION
4.01 Hours of Operation
4.02 Routes of Collection
4.03 Holidays
4.04 Complaints for the Franchisee
4.05 Collection Equipment
4.06 Office
4.07 Hauling
4.08 Delivery
4.09 Disposal
4.10 Notification
4.11 Point of Contact
4.12 Violations
4.13 Cleanup
COMPLIANCE WITH LAWS
EFFECTIVE DATE
COLLECTION RIGHTS
NONDISCRIMINATION
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10.00 WOR
11. 00 INDE
12.00 LICE
13.00 TERM
14.00 INSU
15.00 BON
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S AND METHOD OF PAYMENT
KMANSHIP
MNITY
NSES AND TAXES
RANCE
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Performance Bond
Power of Attorney
16.00 EXCLUSIVE FRANCHISE
1.00 DEFINITIONS
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Bags -Plastic sacks designed to store Refuse with sufficient wall strength to
maintain physical integrity when lifted by top. Total weight of a bag and its
contents shall not exceed 50 lbs.
Bulky Waste -Stoves, refrigerators, water tanks, washing machines, furniture
and other waste materials other than Construction Debris, Dead Animals,
Hazardous Waste or Stable Matter with weights or volumes greater than those
allowed for Containers.
Bundle -Tree, shrub and brush trimmings or newspapers and magazines
securely tied together forming an easily handled package not exceeding four
feet in length or 50 lbs. in weight.
Commodity -Material that can be sold in a spot or future market for processing
and use or reuse. Each Commodity shall retain its own identity and be kept
separate.
Commodity Buyer -A buyer or processor, selected by Franchisee pursuant to
the Franchise Documents, of Recyclable Materials delivered by Franchisee.
Construction Debris -Waste building materials resulting from construction,
remodeling, repair or demolition operations.
Container (Recyclables) - A receptacle designed for the purpose of curbside
collection of Recyclable Materials. The receptacle shall be one made of
fiberglass or plastic that has been accepted by other cities with experience in curbside recycling.
Container (Solid Waste) - A receptacle with a capacity of greater than 20
gallons but less than 35 gallons constructed of plastic, metal or fiberglass,
having handles of adequate strength for lifting and having a tight fitting lid
capable of preventing entrance in to the container by vectors. The mouth of container shall have a a diameter greater than or equal to that of the base. The
weight of a Container and its contents shall not exceed 50 pounds.
Franchise Documents -The Request for Proposals, Instructions to Proponents, Experience Record, NonC- ollusion Affidavit, Delinquent Personal Property Tax Affidavit, Proposal, General Specifications, the Franchise Performance Bond and any addenda or changes to the foregoing documents agreed to by the Village and the Franchisee.
Franchisee -The person, corporation or partnership performing Recyclables and Refuse Collection and disposal under franchise with the Village.
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11 Dead Animals -Animals or portions thereof equal to or greater than 10 lb. in
weight that have expired from any cause, except those slaughtered or killed for
human use or consumption.
Disposal Site -A Refuse depository including but not limited to sanitary landfills,
transfer stations, incinerators, and waste processing/ separation centers
licensed, permitted or approved by all governmental bodies and agencies
having jurisdiction.
Garbage -This term shall refer to all putrescible wastes, except sewage and
body waste, and includes vegetable and animal offal, but excludes recognizable
industrial by-products.
Hazardous Waste -Waste, in any amount, which is defined, characterized or
designated as hazardous by the United States Environmental Protection
Agency or appropriate State agency by or pursuant to Federal or State law, or
waste, in any amount, which is regulated under Federal or State law. For
purposes of this Franchise, the term Hazardous Waste shall also include motor
oil, gasoline, paint and paint cans.
Recyclable Materials -Those commodities which are collected by Franchisee
pursuant to the Franchise Documents including newsprint, glass, aluminum, bimetal
cans, plastics, bottles, glass, or any other Commodity set forth in this
Franchise.
Refuse -This term shall include non-putrescible non-liquid wastes, such as
ashes, cinders, tin cans, rags, wastepaper, wood, paper boxes, trunks or
stumps, large household objects, bricks, concrete, plaster or other refuse from
construction, remodeling or repairing of buildings or grounds.
Residential Refuse -All Garbage generated by a resident at a Residential Unit.
Residential Unit -A dwelling within the corporate limits of the Village occupied
by a person or group of persons comprising not more than four families. A
condominium dwelling, whether of single or multi-level construction, consisting
of four or less contiguous or separate single-family dwelling units, shall be
treated as a Residential Unit, except that each single-family dwelling within any
such Residential Unit shall be billed separately as a Residential Unit.
Solid Waste -Putrescible and non-putrescible non-liquid wastes.
Stable Matter -All manure and other waste matter normally accumulated in about or a stable, or any animal, livestock or poultry enclosure, and resulting from
the keeping of animals, poultry or livestock.
Village -Village of Granville, Ohio.
Yard Waste -All tree trimmings, grass cuttings, dead plants, weeds, leaves, dead trees or branches thereof.
SCOPE OF WORK
It is the intent under this Franchise for the Franchisee to provide unlimited, co- mingled, curbside collection of recyclable materials. The Franchisee will not be required to separate those Commodities which are mixed with garbage. The franchisee shall not be required to collect recyclable materials unless they are properly prepared before being deposited in the recyclable collection containers. The Franchisee will tag the recyclable containers explaining why they were unacceptable for collection.
The Franchisee shall provide to each Residential Unit one 1( )container for sorting and transporting recyclable materials to the curb.
In the event that markets change or become unavailable, other recyclables may replace and/ or be added to the list of Recyclable Materials. The Franchisee will
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add or remove the item(s)to or from the list of those items to be recycled and
will notify residents of the same with prior approval by the Village.
TYPE OF COLLECTION
Recyclable Material Collection -Franchisee shall provide curbside collection
service for the collection Recyclable Materials from each Residential Unit one (1)
time per week, the same day as solid waste collection. Containers shall be
placed at curbside by 7:00 a.m. on the designated day.
Solid Waste Collection -Franchisee shall provide curbside collection
service for the collection of Residential refuse and yard waste to each
Residential Unit one time per week. Containers, Bags and Bundles shall
be placed at curbside by 7:00 a.m. on the designated collection day.
The Franchisee may refuse to accept for collection all unauthorized
containers, such as paper barrels or cardboard boxes, when the same
are used as receptacles for garbage, refuse and other waste materials.
Location of Containers for Collection -All Residential containers shall be
placed at curbside for collection unless specific agreement as to other
location between Franchisee and householder is made, or if resident is
disabled and provides an alternative location. Franchisee shall offer offcurb
pickup to any residential unit for an additional fee to be negotiated
between Franchisee and individual resident. Curbside refers to that
portion of right-of-way adjacent to paved or traveled Village roadways
including alleys). Containers shall be placed as close to the roadway as
practicable without interfering with or endangering the movement of
vehicles or pedestrians. When construction work is being performed in
the right-of-way, Containers shall be placed as close as practicable to an
access point for the collection vehicle. Franchisee may decline to collect
any Container not so placed.
Bulky Waste -m (ore than one man size ando/r weighing in excess of 75
pounds)such as hot water tanks, sinks, toilets, stoves, refrigerators,
mattresses, couches, chairs, etc.,shall be collected during the Village's
annual "Clean-Up /Fix-Up week in May of each year.
The Franchisee shall not be required to collect animal waste unless it is
wrapped and is undetectable by odor.
Collection Containers
Containers: rust-resistant, watertight, non-absorbent and easily
washable containers with close-fitting lids. These containers shall not
exceed 35 gallons in capacity and shall not exceed 75 pounds in weight, filled. All containers shall have handles.
Plastic Bags: bags shall not be filled greater than the weight capacity of the bag and shall be securely closed.
Boxes: cardboard boxes shall not exceed 50 pounds in weight, filed, nor shall the weight capacity of the box be exceeded. Boxes shall be
securely closed. The Franchisee shall exercise reasonable caution in
the handling of containers to avoid damage to same and shall replace
empty containers in an upright position at the location where they were picked up.
Containers substantially damaged through the fault of the Franchisee shall be replaced by the Franchisee with containers of like kind and quality as those damaged.
The Franchisee shall tag all containers which are unauthorized or unserviceable, and which do not have serviceable handles for lifting and carrying, which have holes at the bottom or which are otherwise not suitable for use. Such tags shall advise the subscriber of the reason why the container may not be used.
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The Franchisee shall, the first week of January and the first week of July
of each year, publish in a newspaper of general circulation the rules and
regulations applicable to the Franchise.
The Franchisee shall, the first week of January of each year and with
each new resident, provide a letter to each one-family and two-family
residence listing the rules and regulations applicable to the Franchise.
Said newspaper notice and letter must have prior approval of the
Villaae.
As a minimum, the newspaper notice and letter must include the
following:
1) Day of collection.
2) Observed holidays and alternate day of collection.
3)Time of collection.
4) Location of pick-up point curb preferred, but may put out in accessible
alleys.
5) Location of pick-up point for elderly and/ or handicap and instructions on
filing letter.
6)Collection containers.
7) Brush collection -November through March.
8) Miscellaneous materials.
9) Refuse collected.
10) Refuse of commercial naturet/elephone numberc/all for cost.
11) Complaints/ telephone number.
SERVICE CONDITIONS
The Village shall be responsible for the final resolution of complaints;
provided however, the Franchisee shall be responsible for collection of
fees for extra services not covered by this Franchise. Where complaints
requiring the attention of the Franchisee are received by the Village, the
Village shall notify the Franchisee of such complaints and suggest remedies where the same are needed.
The Franchisee shall supply the Village's Service Director each month,
with copies of all complaints and indicate the disposition of each
complaint. Such records shall be available for Village inspection at all
times during business hours. The form shall indicate the day and the
hour on which the complaint was received and the day and the hour on which it was resolved.
When a complaint is received on a day preceding a holiday or a Saturday, it shall be serviced on the next working day.
OPERATION
Hours of Operation -Collection shall not start before 7:00 a.m. or continue after 8:00 p.m. on the same day.
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No person, firm or corporation, other than the Village and the Franchisee
authorized by the Village shall collect and dispose of residential
garbage, refuse or recyclables with the Village.
Routes of Collection -Days and collection routes shall be established by the
Franchisee. The area to be served under this franchise is the entire corporate
area of the Village of Granville, Ohio. Approximately 1,200 Residential Units
exist within the Village.
Holidays -The following shall be holidays for purpose of this Franchise:
New Year's Day
Memorial Day
Independence Day
Labor Day
Thanksgiving Day
Christmas Day
Franchisee may decide to observe any or all of the above-mentioned holidays
by suspension of collection service on the holiday. Collection not made on said
holidays shall be made within the next two (2)days.
Complaints for the Franchisee -Any complaints shall be given prompt and
courteous attention. In the case of alleged missed scheduled collections, the
Franchisee shall investigate and, if such allegations are verified, shall for the arrange collection of the Garbage and/ or Commodities not collected within 24 hours after the complaint is received.
Collection Equipment -The Franchisee shall provide an adequate number of
vehicles for regular collection services. All vehicles and other equipment shall be
kept in good repair, appearance, and in a sanitary condition at all times. The
Franchisee shall use enclosed, leak-proof, packer- type truck bodies. Refuse,
but not garbage, pickups from residences may be picked up by other types of equipment, provided they shall be kept neat and covered, if appropriate, so as not to scatter or litter within the Village limits. Each vehicle shall have clearly
visible on each side the identity and telephone number of the Franchisee.
Office -The Franchisee shall maintain an office or such other facilities through
which he can be contacted. It shall be equipped with sufficient telephones and shall have a responsible person in charge from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. on regular collection days.
Hauling -All Refuse and Commodities hauled by the Franchisee shall be so contained, tied or enclosed that leaking, spilling or blowing is prevented.
Delivery -All Commodities collected for delivery and sale by the Franchisee shall be hauled to a Commodity Buyer selected by the Franchisee pursuant to the Franchise Documents. The charge for delivery to the Commodity Buyer shall be included in the rate set forth in the Proposal for each Residential Unit serviced by the Franchisee.
Disposal -All Refuse collected for disposal by the Franchisee shall be hauled to a Disposal Site as approved by the Solid Waste district. The charge for disposal shall be included in the rate set forth in the Proposal for each Residential Unit.
Notification -The Franchisee shall notify all residents about complaint procedures, sorting, preparing for collection, regulations, and days( )for scheduled Refuse ando/r Recyclable Materials collection. The Franchisee shall also inform the public of any condition and form required of materials to be collected. N"otice of Uncollected Recyclables( )c"ards shall be provided by the Franchisee to advise residents who have not complied with required rules and regulations.
Point of Contact -All dealings, contacts, etc.,between the franchisee and the Village shall be directed to the Franchisee: Jack King, Manager t(itle of position or office)and to the Village Manager.
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Violations -The Franchisee shall tag all containers which are unauthorized or
unserviceable, which do not have serviceable handles for lifting carrying, which
have holes in the bottom effecting its serviceability, or those not suitable for use.
Such tags shall advise the residents of the reason why this container may not
be used.
Cleanup -The Franchisee shall exercise reasonable caution in the handling of
containers to avoid damage to same, and shall return empty containers to the
point of collection. Residential refuse and recyclable materials spilled by the
Franchisee shall be picked up, or swept up by the Franchisee. Containers
which have been substantially damaged through the fault of the Franchisee
shall be replaced by the Franchisee with containers of like kind and quality as
those damaged.
COMPLIANCE WITH LAWS
The Franchisee shall conduct operations under this Franchise in
compliance with all applicable laws; provided, however, that the General
Specifications shall govern the obligations of the Franchisee where there
exists conflicting ordinances of the Village on the subject.
EFFECTIVE DATE
This Franchise shall be effective upon execution and performance of such
Franchise shall begin on January 1, 1995.
COLLECTION RIGHTS
No person, firm or corporation, other than the Franchisee authorized by
the Village of Granville, shall collect and dispose of residential garbage,
refuse or recyclables.
The Franchisee shall be granted the exclusive right, by lawful franchise, to
undertake the collection and disposal described in Section 7.01 of these
specifications.
NONDISCRIMINATION
The Franchisee shall not discriminate against any person because of
race, sex, age creed, color, religion or national origin.
BASIS AND METHOD OF PAYMENT
Rates for collection and disposal and/ or delivery services required to be
performed pursuant to Sections 3.01 and 3.02 shall not exceed the rates
as fixed by the Franchise Documents, as adjusted in accordance with
Section 2.03. If the Franchisee receives notification of a disposal fee
increase at a Disposal Site, then the Franchisee shall promptly notify the Village of said disposal fee increase. See Section 2.03.
The Franchisee shall bill each residential unit for service rendered at
least four times per year, or monthly. Such billing and payment shall be based on the rates and schedules set forth in the Franchise Documents.
The Franchisee shall discontinue solid waste and recyclable at collection services any residential unit whose account is delinquent.
WORKMANSHIP
All work performed by the Franchisee, Sub-franchisees or any of their agents or employees in connection with the collection shall be done in a competent and workmanlike manner, as now adopted or as amended during the term of this Franchise.
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All work performed by the Franchisee, Sub-franchisees, or any of their
agents or employees in connection with the collection, shall comply with
Village, County and State Health and Safety Regulations, as now
adopted or as amended during the term of this Franchise, within the
corporate boundaries of the Village.
The Franchisee will be required to observe all provisions of the
Occupational Safety and Health Act (OSIER), as now adopted or as
amended during the term of this Franchise, which is by reference,
included in these Specifications as if actually reproduced herein and will
be responsible for their reinforcement in letter and spirit.
INDEMNITY
To the fullest extend permitted by law, the Franchisee shall indemnify
and hold harmless the Village, its agents and employees, from and
against all claims, damages, losses, and expenses, including but not
limited to attorney's fees arising out of or resulting from the performance
of the work, provided that such claim, damage, loss, or expense:
a) Is attributable to the bodily injury, sickness, disease, or death, or
the injury to or destruction of tangible property, including the loss
of use resulting therefrom, and
b) Is caused in whole or in part by any negligent act or omission of
the Franchisee and sub-franchisee, anyone directly or indirectly
employed by any of them, or anyone for whose acts any of them
may be liable, regardless of whether or not it is caused in part by a
party indemnified hereunder. Such obligation shall not be
construed to negate, abridge, or otherwise reduce any other right
or obligation of indemnity which should otherwise exist as to any
party or person described in this section.
LICENSES AND TAXES
The Franchisee shall obtain licenses and permits (other than the license
and permit granted by the Franchise)and promptly pay all taxes required
by the Village.
TERM
The Franchise shall be for a three (3)year period beginning upon the
execution of this Franchise and ending three (3)years thereafter. The
Village at its option may give written notice to the Franchisee, sixty (60)
days prior to the termination date, to continue the Franchise on a month to
month basis, for a period not to exceed two (2)months. During the
continuation period the Village may request competitive proposals for a new franchise.
Irrespective of the foregoing, the Village, with or without cause,
expressly reserves the right to cancel this Franchise without thirty 3( 0) liability, upon days advance written notice to Franchisee.
INSURANCE
The Franchisee shall at all times during the Franchise maintain in full force and effect Employefs Liability, Worker's Compensation, Public Liability and Property Damage insurance, including contractual liability coverage, with the Village of Granville named as an additional named insured for the provisions of Section 11.00. All insurance shall be by insurers and for policy limits acceptable to the Village and before commencement of work hereunder the Franchisee agrees to furnish the Village certificates of insurance or other evidence satisfactory to the Village to the effect that such insurance has been procured and is in force. Certificates of Insurance, acceptable to the Village, shall be filed with the Village at the
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time the Franchise between the Village and the Franchisee is executed.
These Certificates shall contain a provision that overages afforded
under the policies will not be canceled or reduced until at least thirty (30)
days prior written notice has been given to the Village. Any claimsmade-
policy must be brought to the attention of the Village immediately
as well as any specific limitations, exclusions or self-insured retentions.
All insurance companies providing coverage herein, shall familiarize
themselves with all of the conditions and provisions of the Franchise, and
shall waive the right of special notification of any change or modification
of this Franchise or of extension of time, or of decreased or increased
work, or of the cancellation of the Franchise, or any other act or acts by
the Village or its authorized employees and agents under the terms of
this Franchise. Failure to so notify the aforesaid insurance companies of
changes shall in no way relieve the insurance companies of their
obligations under this Franchise.
For the purpose of the Franchise, the Franchisee shall carry the following
types of insurance in at least the limits specified below:
Coveraaes
Worker's Compensation
Employer's Liability
Bodily Injury Liability
Except Automobile
Property Damage Liability
Except Automobile
Automobile Bodily Injury
Liability
Automobile Property Damage
Liability
Excess Umbrella Liability
for Personal Injury and
Property Damage
Limits of Liability
Statutory
500,000
500,000 each occurrence
1, 000,000 aggregate
500,000 each occurrence
500,000 aggregate
500,000 each person
1, 000,000 each occurrence
500,000 each occurrence
5,000,000 each occurrence
To the extent permitted by law and to the extent accepted by the Village,
all or any part of any required insurance coverages may be provided
under a plan or plans of self-insurance. The coverages may be provided
by the Franchisee's parent corporation.
BOND
Performance Bond
a)The Franchisee will be required to furnish a corporate surety bond security for the performance as of this Franchise. Said surety bond must be in the amount to three months of the one year franchise bid amount.
b)the premium for the bond(s)described above shall be paid by the Franchisee. A certificate from the surety showing that the bond premiums are paid in full shall accompany the bond.
c)The surety on the bond shall be a duly authorized corporate surety company authorized to do business in the State of Ohio.
15.02 Power of Attorney
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Attorneys-in-fact who sign performance bonds or franchise bonds must
file with each bond a certified and effectively dated copy of their power
of attorney.
EXCLUSIVE FRANCHISE
The Franchisee shall have the exclusive privilege of collecting,
transporting and disposing of garbage, refuse, and recyclables from
single family and two-family residential users of the Village of Granville
for a period of three (3)years and such optional periods as are accepted
by the Village.
AGREEMENT
The foregoing constitutes the entire agreement between the Village and the Franchisee. No modifications will be made to this franchise without
notice and appropriate written amendment agreed to by both parties. This
agreement shall be binding upon all parties hereto and their respective
heris, executors, administrators, successors, and assigns.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the parties hereto have executted or caused to be
executed by their duly authorized officials, this Agreement in three, each of
which shall be deemed an original on the date first above written.
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Contractor
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Village of Granville
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