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R92-48RESOLUTION NO. R92-~ A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COMMISSION OF THE CiTY OF BOYNTON BEACH, FLORIDA, AUTHORIZING AND DIRECTING THE MAYOR AND CITY CLERK TO EXECUTE AN INTERLOCAL AGREEMENT WITH PA~ BEACH COUNTY, THE CITIES OF BOCA RATON, DELRAY BEACH, LAKE WORTH, PALM BEACH GARDENS, ROYAL PALM BEACH AND WEST PALM BEACH FOR THE PURPOSE OF CONSUMMATING AN AGREEMENT TO ESTABLISH A COUNTY-WIDE COMPUTER IMAGING SYSTEM (CIS), A COPY OF SAID AGREEFfENT BEING ATTACHED HERETO; AND PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE DATE. WHEREAS, Chapter 163.01, Florida Statutes, known as the "Florida Interlocal Cooperation Act of 1969", authorizes local governmental units to make the most efficient use of their powers by enabling them to cooperate with other localities on a basis of mutual advantage and thereby to provide services and facilities in a manner and pursuant to forms of governmental organization that will accord best with geographic, economic, population, and other factors influencing the needs and development of local communities; and WHEREAS, the parties wish to enter into an Interlocal Agreement whereby they may establish the terms and conditions governing the shared use of that certain Computer Imaging System; WHEREAS, the City Commission of the City of Boynton Beach, Florida., upon recommendation of staff, deems it to be in the best interest of the citizens and residents of the City to execute an Interlocal Agreement with Palm Beach County and the cities of Boca Raton, Delray Beachr Lake Worth, Palm Beach Gardens, Royal Palm Beach and West Palm Beach. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED BY THE CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF BOYNTON BEACH, FLORIDA THAT: Section 1. The City Commission of the City of Boynton Beach, Florida authorizes and directs the Mayor and City Clerk to execute an Interlocal Agreement with Palm Beach County and the cities of Boca Raton, Delray Beach, Lake Worth, Palm Beach Gardens, Royal Palm Beach and West Palm Beach, which Agreement is attached hereto as Exhibit "A". Section 2. This Resolution shall become i~nediately upon passage. PASSED A_ND ADOPTED this 7 day of April, 1992. effective C I TY~TON~C~R I DA Mayor , ICily ~ Cl~rk (Co,orate Seal ) BBPDCIS.AGR 3/23/92 Boynton Beach 100 E. Boynton Beach Boulevard P.O. Box310 Boynton Beach, Florida 33425-0310 City Hodl.. (407) 734-8111 9:AX: (407) 738-7459 April 16, 1992 Julie Olson City of West Palm Beach Police Department P.O. Box 1390 West Palm Beach, FL 33402 RE: RESOLUTION #R92-48 INTERLOCAL AGREEMENT Dear Ms. Olson: Attached please find the signed original interlocal agreement from the City of Boynton Beach to establish a county-wide computer imaging system (CIS) for the purpose of communicating suspect images and data. This resolution was approved at the City Commission meeting held on April 7, 1992. If you have any questions pertaining to this, please do not hesitate to contact me. SK/mas Very truly yours, CITY OF BOYNTON BEACH Sue Krus~? City '~lerk c: Chief Hill~ry America's Gateway to the Gulfstream INTERLOCAL AGREEMENT SECTION I PARTIES AND PURPOSE This Intedocal Agreement is entered into this 3rd day of April 1992 by and between Richard P. Wille, Sheriff, Palm Beach County, Florida, a constitutional officer of the state of Florida The Police Chief of the City of Boca Raton, a municipal corporation of the state of Florida The _ ~' -~ City of Boynton Beach, a municipal corporation of the state of Florida The Police Chief of the City of Delray Beach, a municipal corporation of the state of Florida The Police Chief of the City of Lake Worth, a municipal corporation of the state of Florida The Police Chief of the City of Palm Beech Gardens, a municipal corporation of the state of Florida ~'he Police Chief of the City of Royal Palm Beach, a municipal corporation of the state of Florida ;he Police Chief of the City of West Palm Beech, a municipal corporation of the state of Florida ~nereinafter referred to as the parties of this agreement, as a@pcinted officials of the respective parties and having by resolution of their respective City and County Councils been given authority to consummate an agreement to establish a county-wide computer imaging system (CtS) for the purpose of communicating suspect images and data. The system to be purchased will be purchased from and supplied by Edicon Systems Division of Eastman Kodak Company. WHEREAS, Chapter 163.01, Florida Statutes, known as the "Florida Interlocal Cooperation Act of 1969", authorizes local governmental units to make the most efficient use of their powers by enabling them to cooperate with other localities on a basis of mutual advantage and thereby to provide services and faciifiies in a manner and pursuant to forms of governmental organization that will accord best with geographic, economic, population, and other factors influencing 'the needs and development of local communities; and WHEREAS, the parties wish to enter into an Interiocat Agreement whereby they may establish the terms and conditions governing the shared use of that certain "Computer Imaging System' (CIS) as described below; NOW THEREFORE, In consideration of the mutual covenants, promises, and representations herein, the parties hereto agree as follows: SECTION 2 GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS 2.1 This Interlocal Agreement states all the rights, responsibilities and obligations of the parties to each other, representing the entire understanding between the parties, and superseding all other negotiations, representations, or agreement, either written or oral, relating to the subject matter of this Interlocal Agreement. This Interlocal Agreement may not be changed, altered, amended or modified except by written instrument signed by the duly authorized representatives of all parties. ~..2 The purpose of this Interlocal Agreement is to establish the responsibilities for each party regarding the actMties )f procurement, installation, operation, administration and maintenance of the ClS and to establish guidelines ..... ~oveming the shared use of the system and the ongoing activities necessary for sustained support. 2.3 The Sheriff, the West Palm Beach Police Department, and a third agency selected by a majority of the parties shall form an Administrative Committee to coordinate the implementation and operation of the ClS. 2.4 The remedies provided herein are exclusive. The parties waive all other remedies, including but not limited to consequential and inc'Kiental damages. The Administrative Committee agrees to use their best reasonable efforts to provide the parties with full and unrestricted use of the backbone but make no guarantee as to the continual, uninterrupted use of the ClS. The Administrative Committee shall not be held responsible for delays or lack of performance, interruptions in service, or other obligations hereunder resulting from events including, but not be limited to, acts of God, fire, strikes, material shortages, compliance with laws or other regulations, riots, acts of war, or any other conditions beyond the reasonable control of the parties. None of the parties shall be liable to each other for any damage or expense, whether internal, or paid to any third party, which may arise out of the services provided hereunder or of the ClS itself, its operation or use, or its failure to operate as anticipated, upon whatever cause of action any claim is based. 2.5 The CIS is a tool designed to assist qualified police professionals. It is not intended to be a substitute for the exercise of judgmant or supervision. All members acknowledge that the full responsibility for providing police services rests with the respective agency which is providing such service, its employees and staff, and not with the other parties to this Interlocal Agreement. 2.6 This Intedocal Agreement is contingent upon the above listed agencies obtaining timely authorization for all their respective purchases for their remote equipment. .... 2.7 The headings given to the sections herein are inserted only for convenience and are in no way to be construed as part of this Intedocal Agreement or as a limitation of the scope of the particular section to which the heading refers. ~,.8 This Interlecal Agr,~ement will be governed by the laws of the State of Florida. SECTION 3 DESCRIPTION OF THE CIS 3.1 This system will electronically create, process, aggregate, distribute and store an image database of persons arrested and booked at two of the PBSO jails. 3.2 The system consists of centrally located hardware and software hereinafter referred to as the "backbone' (see Addendum A which itemizes the components of the backbone) which supports and coordinates the functions of the County-wide network, and remote workstations that provide user access to the system from sites al the above listed agencies. The total value ofthe backbone which includes both hardware and software is $2S8.131. 3.3 The ClS main data base is composed of the suspect images. Suspect data will be downloaded into the ClS from the PBSO Hitachi Mainframe every 24 hours. Individual parties may also have discrete stand alone databases employees, misdemeanor arrests, vice crimes, crime scenes property, and other applications which are stored a~d maintained at their remote sites. 3.4 Techn'mal specifications for the ClS will be approved by the majority of the parties hereof. SECTION 4 GOALS OF THE CIS 4.1 Save time. The CIS will reduce the processing time for a color arrest photo from as much as ten (10) days to less th,aa one (1) minute. An arrest image input into the system will be available almost instantaneously at any wndrstation on the network, Searching the database for possibla suspects can be accomplished in minutes versus hours under the old manual filing system. The system will reduce the need to travel to another agency for a photograph or to wait for rnal service. This will reduce time spent by detectives in locating suspect information by over 200%. System users can produce their own ~ copy output without the assistance of a photo lab. Increase Solvability and Clearances. Provide for the rapid and efficient distribution of suspect images and data to improve nvest';gations by increasing the number of cases solved. 4.3 Reduce crime. Improve the quality and uniformity of suspect photos through standardization and quality control of the proceesbywhichtheyareimagC-~dandfilad. Rapid, positiveidentificafion andlocation of offenders canleadto prompt arrests, thus preVenting additional crimes. 4.4 Save filing and floor space. Reduce the number of paper and negative files and file cabinets. Only a small percentage of images will require hard copy output. SECTION 5 ADMINISTRATION AND ADMINISTRATIVE COSTS 5.1 The backbone will be placed in a central location under the control of the three agency Administrative Committee consisting of the PBS(D, West Palm Beech Police, and one other department. The parties to this agreement understand that functional specification development and design, installation and ongoing management of the CIS shall be the primary responsibility of these three agencies who are hereby authorized to make any and all day-by-day administrative decisions affecting the system. The three agencies will each appoint a Systems Administrator (to be approved by a majority of the parties to this agreement) who will coordinate the installation of the backbone and who will act as contacts for information pertaining to the development and operation of the system. Alternate systems administrators to cover vacations, sick leave er resignations may also be designated by the Administrative Committee. The Systems Administrators shall develop uniform rules, policies and regulations governing the ongoing use of the CIS which shall provide for a fair an d e~cient use of the system. These ~utes, policies and regulations ere subject to the approval of a majority of the parties to this agreement. After insteilation of the CIS, the Systems Administrators will be available to address questions and problems encountered by the participating agencies and determine actions necessary to remedy these concerns. 5.2 The other parties of this agreement will each appoint a Systems Coordinator (and alternates, if desired). The Systems Coordinators will determine the locations of the remote equipment, and arrange for the designated electrical and communi- ;cation outlets to be installed at each remote site. The Systems Administrators may provide training to Systems Coordinators who will be responsible for training ClS users in their respective agencies. Each agency shall k~ep ~ Administrative Committee advised of the identity of their systems coordinators who are the main point of contact for technical assistance between the Systems Administrators and each participating agency. 5.3 The labor cost of the systems administrators will be distributed amung all parties and appended to this agreement. This labor cost shall be a portion of the overall CtS maintenance expense as identified in Section 11. 5.4 A meeting of the System Coordinators and System Administrators will be held at least once each quarter. The purpose of these meetings will be to share problems and applications of the system to maximize the efficient use of the CIS. The System Administrators and System Coordinators shall comprise a Technical and Research Committee for the purpose of studying and recommending expansion, enhancements, or modifications to the ClS. 5.5 System security, individual access priority levels and othersystem controls to the ClS will be restricted to the Administrative Committee and their designated Systems Administrators. Passwords, and only functions of said syatem which controls custom activities at the remote sites shall be granted to the other parties. 5.6 A meeting of ali the parties of this agreement will be held once every quarter on a date to be established by the Administrative Committee. This meeting may be coincidental to meetings held to coordinate other criminal justice business. Problems and plans for improvement of the system will be reviewed at these meetings. SECTION 6 SHARED SYSTEM PROCUREMENT, INSTALLATION AND OWNERSHIP 6.1 Although the Computer Imaging System has many components, the only equipment and software included under the sharing terms of this Inter;ocs! Agreement shall be the backbone which will be purchased with the 1991 MAN UNIT ~Jnds. - The MAN agencies shall be solely responsible for the initial cost of said backbone, which will be identified as property owned within the terms of this agreement that will not be disposed of without the consent of the majority of parties to this agreemer~. 6.2 The backbone will suppod the functions necessary for the capture, storage, and management of the mugshot images and data, including the communication of this information to the remote sites. The backbone is to include the following: a communications server and communications equipment for each workstation. a file server consisting of magnetic storage media, one capture station each at the PBSO Gun Club and Belle Glade Jails (total of two), installation of the central and remote workstations and communications equipmen! functional specification design, and software for the entire system The entire components of the backbone are detailed in Addendum A. 6.3 The Administrative Committee will coordinate the backbone procurement, specification design, and installation. SEC'~iON 7 REMOTE EQUIPMENT PROCUREMENT, INSTALLATION & OWNERSHIP 7.1 Each party will cause to be purchased with their funds any computer and peripheral equipment (such as printers and storage devices) which they require to be located within their own agency. Any custom software m' apprmation other than that which accompanies the backbone will bethe responsibility ofthe requesting agency. Remote site equipment is to be owned and maintained by the individual agencies. Any equipment in excess of the backbone which is procured by the Sheriff will be owned and maintained by the Sheriff. 7.2 Individual agencies performing independent capture functions will be responsible for procuring and maintaining their own image data storage. The backbone image storage is to be used only for images originating from PBSO capture locations. -'- ;.3 Delivery, installation and vendor activities at remote sites will be overseen by the respective Systems Coordinators. r~stallation costs for the entire system as configured in Attachment B will be considered part of the backbone pumhase price. SECTION 8 DATA COMMUNICATION EQUIPMENT INSTALLATION AND MAINTENANCE 8.1 The Sheriff will cause to be installed data lines between the central computer equipment and the Gun Club and Belle Glade Jails. The data communication equipment at the two jails and the PBSO central computer will be purchased and installed as prat of the system backbone. The data communication equipment and installation for the entire system will be purchased as part of the backbone. 8.2 Installation casts and monthly fees for the remote site communications lines will be the responsibility of each party. Specifications and options for the data circuits will be furnished by the vendor through the Systems Administratom. A written ~,,authorb~tion will be granted to the Administrative Committee for the day to day maintenance support of those circuits granting '~the Systems Administrators authority to contact the telephone company for repair or sen,'ice es needed. Where any additiun~l costs are involved prior written authorization will be requested from the affected party/les. SECTION 9 SYSTEM OPERATION 9.1 The Systems Administrators will develop policies and procedures to insure that all CIS records are properly safeguarded. Backup procedures will be established and rigidly enforced to ensure data integrity. All parties will act to protect the access of the images and data from unauthorized use. All information derived from this system will be used only for law enforcement ~purposes. These requirements will be made written policy of ail the parties to this agreement. 9.2 Any assistance required for the proper operation of the equipment or for the proper display or printing of images or record will be provided by the Systems Administrators during normal duty hours. ;).3 The cast of raw materials such as paper and printer cartridges used at the remote locations will he the individual · ~:esponsibility of the parties involved There will be no other charge to parties for the access or use of the CtS except for the backbone maintenance and Systems Administrators expense. Nothing in this agreement will prohibit the Sheriff or other parties from charging non-member private and public agencies for documents and mugshots derived from the system. SECTION 10 SYSTEM MAINTENANCE 10.1 The parties agree to share the ongoing maintenance and replacement costs of the CIS backbone necessary to keep the system functioning efficiently and prepeny, or to enhance the backbone for the benefit of all members. These costs will be allocated to eaCh party based upon the terms and conditions as described below, At the expiration of the warranty period a single maintenance contract will be arranged for by the Administrative Committee for the system backbone as idantEied in Section 6 and Attachment A. The backbone maintenance contract is subject to approval by a majority of the parties to this agreement. 10.2 Maintenance of equipment owned by individual parties will be the financial responsibility of those parties. 10.3 Stoppages or interruptions in system service including difficulties in display or printing of images will be reported to a Systems Administrator at telephone numbers provided by the Administrative Committee. A Systems Administrator will determine the source of the problem and contact the vendor for repairs if necessary. If the problem is unique to the remote site, the Systems Administrator will advise the affected agency to arrange for repairs. 10.4 The backbone maintenance contract will provide for eight hour five days a week coverage. Software support through a hot-line service will be arranged for by the Administrative Committee. Maintenance contracts for individual agency ~-,¢,~orkatations may utilize other coverage as desired by the respective agency as identified in Section 10.2, SECTION 11 PAYMENTS TO THE CIS MAINTENANCE ACCOUNT 11 .I The Administrative Committee will create a ClS Maintenance Account, and will invoice each party for its share of the backbone maintenance (beginning at the expiration of the warranty period), Systems Administrators expense, insurance, and reserves on a quad:erly basis, on October 1st, January 1st, April 1st and July 1st of each' year. The parties shall pay ail invoices within 30 days of receipt. 11.2 In addition, for the first year of this Interiocal Agreement, each party shall pay $500 to cover its share of the ongoing administrative costs. After the first year, each party shall pay a fiat rate each year which will be based upon the actual administrative costs as incurred during the previous year· il.3 Any required insurance on the backbone shall De procured and maintained by the Administrative Committee. Upon approvaJ of the form of said insurance, each party agrees to pay its share of the cost far said insurance based upon the applicable cost sharing formula in Section 11.4 of this Intertocal Agreement. 11.4 ~ parties will contribute to the maintenance account based on the ratio of the total number of workstations they ind'n,'idu~ own, compared to the tctal number of workstations in the system. For purposes of this Agreement, ~ capture and display stations are referred to collectively as 'workstations'. This percentage share of workstation ownership shall be determined as of the end of the fiscal year in which the applicable cost is billed. See Attashme~t B for the inaJal allocation of maintenance expense for the parties to this agreement. 11.5 All records of the cia maintenance account shall at all times be open for review by the parties to this agreement. The Administrative Committee shall provide each party with all documentation reasonably requh'ed in support of said invoices, and each party agrees to notify the Administrative Committee promptly should a dispute or question concerning sa'~ invoices r-~ECTION 12 SYSTEM EXPANSION 2.1 In order to ensure that modifications, improvements, additions, to the odginal system are reviewed but not allowed to impact the system's development in an uncontrolled manner, these modification procedures are established. 12.2 If any party desires to attach or add equipment or software to the system, a majority of the parties must approve such additioes based upon the impact upon the efficient functioning of the CIS backbone. Such approval is not to be umeasenably withheld. Any request for modification must first be reviewed by the Technical and Research Committee, who will make recommendations to the parties of this agreement. Any modification request submitted will fall into one of the following * The modification is minimal and incorporating it will not affect the backbone in any way. * The modification is major and if implemented, would affect the existing performance or storage capacity of the backbone. 12.3 Additions or improvements to the original backbone configuration which will result in expenditure of new funds in excess of $5,000 (provided the funds are available in reserve) will require approval of the majority of parties to this agreement. 12.4 Subject to review by the Technical committee for any negative impact to the system, any party shall have the right to enter into a separate sales agreement with a vendor governing any equipment and/or custom software purchased solely by the agency for attachment or addition to the CIS, with the affected party being solely responsible for the purchase cost, the implementation of said sales agreement, and the installation of said equipment or software. 12.5 The initial system will be configured to store a maximum of 300,000 images. This storage is anticipated to meet the CIS needs for three [3) years. When the backbone system storage reaches 90% of capacity, the parties to this agreement agree -~o expand the storage capacity, and shall contribute the funds necessary to expand the backbone. J2.6 Any other agency desiring to become an additional party to this Interlocal Agreement, to share in the use of the ClS, must agree to be bound by all terms and conditions of this lnterlocal Agreement. Any agancy desiring to participate in the CIS shall be required to contribute $30,000 (equivalent to the original MAN unit agency contributions) and an amount to be determined based on any needed system expansion costs to accommodate the addition. The first four additional agencies to join the system will also be responsible for the purchase of a communications se~er (@ $5,500 per agency) to accommodate their communications needs. MAN agancies that provided funding for the original backbone purchase are exempt from this requirement. Additionally, these agencies are also financially responsible for any equipment, custom software, and data lines to be purchased and maintained at their location. New per~cipants to the system will also be required to contribute to the maintenance account as identified in Section 11. The participation of additional agencies shall be subject to approval by a majority of the parties of this agreement. No additional party shall be perrn'~ed to use the ClS when such use would reduce or harm the capability or efficiency of the system, or result in increased costs, without the prior approval a majority of the parties named herein, said approval not to be unreasonably withheld. SECTION 13 PAYMENTS TO THE CIS RESERVE ACCOUNT 13.1 A CIS Reserve Account will be established and used to purchase additional equipment and/or software to expand the backbone as needed to support the system as it grows. Payments from new agencies joining the system will be held in this account until needed to expand the backbone. SECTION 14 EQUAL OPPORTUNITY PROVISION ~14.1 The parties agreethatno pemon shall on the grounds of race, color, national origin, religion, or sex be excluded from the benefits of, or be subjected to any form ofdiscriminatlon under any activity carried out by the performance ofthisAgreement. The parties hereby agree andwiil ensure that all contracts which are executed pursuant to the terms of this Agree~ent will contain a similar non-discrimination and equal opportunity clause governing the contrador's or vendor's activities. SECTION 15 TERMINATION OF THE AGREEMENT 15.1 in the event that any portion of this Interlocal Agreement shall be held invalid for any reason, such invalidity' shall not affect the remaining podions of this Interlocal Agreement and the same shall remain in full force and effect. t 5.2 if the Sheriff should decide to discontinue use of the CIS the PBSO shall notify the other parties of such intention, at least one (t) year in advance. The backbone shall remain the property of the remaining par[les to this agreement who will determine the disposition or relocation of said backbone. 15.3 This InterlocaI Agreement shall continue in full force untie terminated by any party upon one (1) year written notice, or through the non-appropriation of funds as described below. In the event that prior to the end of the then current fiscal year= no funds or insufficient funds are appropriated and budgeted for the acquisition, retention, operation or maintenance of the backbone under the terms and conditions of this Intedocal Agreement, then the non-appropriating party shall notify th~ Administrative Committee within thirty (30) days of such non-appropriation. This Interlocal Agreement shall thereafter terminate and be rendered null and void on the last day of the then current fiscal year, without obligation, penalty, liability el expanse to the non-appropriating party of any kind except for the notice period provided above and any applicable equipmen1 removal expenses. 15.4 There shall be no refund of any payments under this agreement of the costs of the backbone to a party should that part~ decide to cease participation in the CIS. 15.5 Ifthis InterlocalAgreement isterminated, a party may remove allequipment purchased solely bythat party for attachnmnl or addition tothe system, or sell such equipment to any other party at a price to be negotiated at that time. If such equipmenl is removed, all removal expenses shall be the responsibility of the affected party. 15.6 If either party sells their solely owned CIS equipment to an agency that is not a party to this I nterlocal Agreement, thai agency shall not become a parry by virtue of the purchase of the equipment. SECTION 16 BENEFICIARY 16.1 Nothing underthis Interlocal Agreement shall be construed to give any rights or benefits in this agreement to anyone other than the above listed parties, and all duties and responsibilities undertaken pursuant to this I nterlocal Agreement Will be for the sole and exclusive benefit of the parties, and not for the benefit of any other agency or agencies. 16.2 This I nterlocalAgmement may not be assigned by any party hereto, without the express prior written approval of a major~ of the other parties, signed by the duly authorized represantatives of said parties. SECTION 17 MUTUAL COOPERATION 17.1 The parties agree to act in a spirit of mutual cooperation and good faith in the implementation and operation ol this Interlocal Agreement. SECTION 18 NOTICE 18.1 All notices required to be given under this InteriocalAgreemant shall be deemed sufficient to each party when delivered by registered or certified mail es follows: PALM BEACH COUNTY SHERIFF: CiTY OF RIVIERA BEACH: CITY OF BOCA RATON: CITY OF BOYNTON BEACH: CITY OF DELRAY BEACH: CITY OF PALM BEACH GARDENS: CITY OF LAKE WORTH: CITY OF ROYAL PALM BEACH: CiTY OF WEST PALM BEACH: Richard Wille James FitzGerald Peter Petracco Richard Overman Jack Frazier Lee Reese Jeff Waites Billy Riggs Palm Beach County Computer Imaging System lnterlocal Agreement Individual Agency Signature Page IN WITNESS THEREOF, the parties hereto have executed this agreement and it is effective on the date first above wriEen. WITNESSES: (Official Seafl CITY OF BOYNTON BEACH, FLORIDA Mayor A'CrEST: (Official Seal) (Official Seal) WITNESSES: (Official Seal) ~ITNESSES: CITY OF l_aMv~ WORTH, FLORID3, / / ? Mayor ATrEST: / City Clerk / ~RIDA CITY OF WETALM BEACH, AFl,EST/// Mayor f City Clerk /4/ITY OF BOCA RATON, FLORIDA Mayor City Clerk CITY OF BOYNTON BEACH, FLORIDA (Official Seal) ATTEffr Mayor City Clerk WITNESSES: CITY OF PALM BEACH GARDENS, FLORIDA (Official Seal) ATTEST Mayor · ~ YlTNESSES: City Clerk CITY OF DELRAY BEACH. FLORIDA Mavor (Official Seal) ATTEST City Clerk · ba~k~me under the terms and conditions of this Interlocal Agreement, then the non-appropriating party shall notify the · Administrative Committee within thirty (30) days of such non-appropriation. This Interlocal Agreement shall thereafter terminate and be rendered null and void on the last day of the than current fiscal year, without obligation, penalty, liability or expense to the non-appropriating party of any kind excap{ for the notice period provided above and any applicable equipment removal expenses. 15.4 There shall be no refund of any payments under this agreement of the costs of the backbone to a party should that party decida to cease participation in the CIS. 15.5 If this Intedocal Agreement ia terminated, a party may remove all equipment purchased solely by that party for attachment or addition to the system, or sel such equipment to any other party st a price to be negotiated at that time. If such equipment ; removed, all removal expenses shall be the responsibility of the affected party. .... 5.6 If either pa~/sells their solely owned CIS equipment to an agency that is not a party to this tnteriocal Agreement, that agency shall nut become a party by virtue of the pumhase of the equipment. SECTION 16 BENEFICIARY ~' 16.1 Nothing under this Intedocal Agreement shall be construed to than the above listed parties, and all duties and responsibilities undertaken pursuant to this I the sole and exclusive benefit of the parties, and not for the beneffi of any other agency or agencies other be for 16.2 This I nterlocalAgreement may not be assigned by any party hereto without the express prior of the other parties, signed by the duly authorized representatives of said parties. SECTION 17 MUTUAL COOPERATION 17.1 The parties agree to act in a spirit of mutual cooperation and good faith in the, this Interlocal Agreement. and operatio~ of iSECTION 18 NOTICE 18.1 Ail notices required to be given under this InterlocalAgreement shall i~errvered by registered or certified mail es follows: PALM BEACH COUNTY SHERIFF: ~ITY OF BOCA RATON: CITY OF BOYNTON BEACH: CITY OF DELRAY BEACH: CITY OF PALM BEACH GARDENS: CITY OF LAKE WORTH: Richard Wille Peter ~J-. Sco~ Ziller, Richard Cerman Jack ?~ier lee ~eese sufficient to each party when City Manager CITY OF ROYAL PALM BEACH: Je..~ff Waites CiTY OF WEST PALM BEACH: ¢~illy Riggs IN WITNESS THEREOF, the parties hereto have executed this agreement and it is effective on the date first above written. WITNESSES: PALM BEACH COUNTY, FLORIDA by its BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS Ch~rman (Official Seal) Clerk WITNESSES: CITY OF ROYAL PALM BEACH, FLORIDA Mayor (Official Seal) ~ A'fTEST: City Clerk