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MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING
BETWEEN
DEPARTMENT OF ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES
AND
MARIN DAY SCHOOLS
The Department of Administrative Services (City) is entering into this Memorandum of
Understanding with Marin Day Schools (Operator) for the occupation and operation of the City
Hall Child Care Facility located at 1 Dr. Carlton B. Goodlett Place, Rooms 068 and 081 and
adjacent playground on McAllister Street. The purpose of tins Memorandum of Understanding
is to further solidifY and clarify the working relationship between Marin Day Schools and the
Department of Administrative Services.
Operator shall provide child care services for children enrolled and operate in the City Hall Child
Care Center in the manner generally described ..
The target population for the services will be multi-ethnic children, ranging from ages 3
months to 5 yrs. 8 months, from diverse populations and families of all kinds.
The City Hall CIllld Care facility will be a licensed facility with the State of California,
Department of Social Services Community Care Licensing, for ~ FTE infants, A.L FTE
pre-schoolers and FTE toddlers.
Operator agrees to provide child care services and related child care services between the
hours of7:30 a.m. and 6:30 p.m., Monday through Friday. The facility will be closed on the
following City holidays:
- New Year's Day
- Martin Luther King, Jr. Day
- Presidents Day
- Memorial Day
- Independence Day
- LaborDay
- Columbus Day
- Veterans Day
- Thanksgiving
- Day after Thanksgiving
- Christmas Day
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Should a City holiday land on a Saturday, the holiday will be observed on the prior Friday
and, if a City holiday lands on a Snnday, the holiday will be observed on the following
Monday.
Operator agrees to provide quality care and early childhood education curriculum which
includes fme and gross motor development, language acquisition, cognitive development,
and self-help skills. The SFUSD agrees to provide activities promoting positive self-identity
and enhancing self-esteem of the children.
Operator agrees to assess each child's developmental needs and make appropriate referrals as
needed.
Operator agrees to involve the parents in various aspects of program development and
operations, including, but not limited to opportunities to visit and participate in classrooms,
social and recreational events, and parenting classes and support groups.
Operator shall operate in collaboration with community-based organizations and educational
institutions.
Operator shall work with the Courthouse Drop-In Child Care Center at 400 McAllister Street
to provide a "safe haven" for the City Hall Child Care Center.
Operator shall maintain a current and valid license with the State of California, Department
of Social Services Community Care Licensing to operate the City Hall Child Care Center.
Operator shall perform and provide all services necessary to comply with State of California,
Department of Social Services Community Care Licensing, programmatic licensing
requirements, including, but not limited to, proper cleaning and sterilization oftoys, storage
of medicines, lunches, snacks, recording of child activities and health, cleaning and
disinfecting of diaper changing areas, etc.
Operator shall carry and maintain insurance coverage as defined in the Grant Agreement.
The City shall be an additional insured on the insurance policy.
Operator will maintain and keep in good condition and working order, the facilities,
equipment and furnishings provided by the City.
All equipment, supplies and furnishings paid for by the City shall be property of the City.
An inventory of durable goods will be maintained by the Operator as well as the City. Upon
expiration, revokation and/or non-renewal of the Licensing Agreement and/or Grant
Agreement, an inventory of equipment shall be taken and items damaged or missing shall be
repaired or replaced by Operator.
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Lease of a personal photocopier shall be the responsibility of the Operator. Maintenance,
repair, replacement and supplies shall also be the responsibility of the Operator. The City
shall reimburse Operator for the fIrst month's invoice on the photocopier lease.
Operator shall control access into and out of the child care facilities in Rooms 068 and 081.
Operator shall be responsible for the distribution "nd collection of card keys.
Operator shall secure subsidy and/or other funds for program operations.
Operator shall be responsible for repair, maintenance or replacement of furniture, equipment,
or supplies used in the operations of the child care facilities.
Operator shall not drill, tack or tape items directly on or into the walls. Operator shall
contactBuilding Services to arrange for the services of an engineer.
Operator shalliockisecure Rooms 68 and 81 and the two adjacent playgrounds when not in
use.
Operator shall be responsible for the safekeeping of all unattached equipment and toys used
or kept in the playgrounds.
Operator shall keep the playground clean and clear of debris and other obstacles during use.
Operator shall work with the City Hall Building Manager on emergency procedures and other
matters related to building security, events and building usage.
The City will provide the following equipment, supplies, furnishings and services to the City
Hall Child Care Center and Operator.
The City will provide the indoor and outdoor child care facility space in and on City Hall
property to the Operator under the Licensing Agreement to carry out child care, child
development and child education activities for a sum of one dollar per annum ($1.00/year)
for the duration of the Grant Agreement between the City and Operator.
The City shall provide all built-in cabinetry and work surfaces that cannot be freely moved
from the building, electrical and telephone outlets, illumination, bathroom and kitchen
fIxtures, and floor and window coverings.
The City shall provide one-time start-up fIxtures, furnishings, equipment and supplies. Items
purchased by the City will remain the propeliy of the City. Property ofthe City may not be
removed from the premises or destroyed without prior authorization by the City.
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The City shall provide scheduled basic building janitorial services including, but not limited
to, cleaning of floors, sinks, and toilets, emptying of trash and recycling receptacles and
scheduled shampooing of carpets. Custodial Services will make every effort to use non-toxic
or least toxic cleaners in the child care facilities. Special requests will be handled on a case-
by-case basis.
Carpet shampooing will be performed by the City once every month in the infant rooms and
once every four months in other areas. A carpet shampooing schedule will be provided by
the General Services Manager. Whenever possible, shamp90ing will be performed on a
Friday after school hours, Saturday or Sunday. Operator will be responsible for removing all
movable items from areas to be shampooed immediately pdor to scheduled service and to
move items back.
The City shall provide basic building engineering services, including, but not limited to,
changing light bulbs, unclogging sinks and toilets, picture hanging, furniture moving and
repair of built-in items (attached to the building). Other requested services or additional
scopes of work shall be paid by Operator to Building Services.
The City shall maintain the landscaping in and around the playground facilities.
The City shall pay for and install telephones for the Operator's use in the course of operating
the City Hall Child Care Center. An invoice shall be provided to the Operator for monthly
telephone service charges and the Operator shall reimburse the City for all charges incurred
on telephone lines installed in the Child Care facilities. Outside serviees subscdbed to by the
Operator, i.e., Internet service provider shall be the responsibility of the Operator.
The City shall provide the Operator with 2 personal computers, 2 ink jet printers and 1 fax
machine. The use and maintenance of, supplies for, training on, repair, and replacement of
this equipment shall be the responsibility ofthe Operator. The equipment shall operate
( independent of the City's LAN and WAN. The City will not be providing technical or
administrative support for the computers or related peripheral equipment.
The City shall provide building security and a card key access system, or similar for the child
care facility. The City shall charge $25 for each replacement card key issued.
The City shall provide cabling, wiring and monitor for the closed circuit cameras within the
child care facilities. Surveillance and/or recordation of activities within the child care
facilities shall be at the discretion of the Operator.
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Entered into by:

D Department of Administrative Services
City and County of San Francisco
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Marin Day Schools
100 Shoreline Highway
Building B, Suite 275
Mill Valley, CA 94941
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LICENSE AGREEMENT
between
CITY AND COUNTY OF SAN FRANCISCO
and
MARIN DAY SCHOOLS
granting a revocable license for the use of
A portion of the lower floor of City Hall
San Francisco, California
July 1, 2002

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Table of Contents
SECTION ............................................................................................................................. PAGE
1. BASIC LICENSE INFORMATION ......... : .............................................................................. 1
2. PREMISES; AS IS CONDITION ........................................................................................... .3
3. TERM ..................................................................................................................................... .4
4. FEE ......................................................................................................................................... .4
5. USE ......................................................................................................................................... .5
6. LIGHTING ......................................................... : .............................................. , ...................... 6 (
7. ALTERATIONS .................... , ............................................................. : ................................... 6
8. REPAIRS AND MAINTENANCE ......................................................................................... 8
9. LIENS AND ENCUMBRANCES ........................................................................................... 8
10. UTILITIES AND SERVICES .................................................................................................. 9
11. COMPLIANCE WITH LAWS AND RISK MANAGEMENT REQUIREMENTS ............. 10
12. SUBORDINATION ................................ : .............................................................................. 12
13. INABILITY TO PERFORM ............. , .................................................................................... 12
.14. DAMAGE AND DESTRUCTION ........................................................................................ 12
15. EMINENT DOMAIN ........................................................................... : ................................ 13
16. ASSIGNMENT AND SUBLETTING ............................................................. .................... .15
17. DEFAULT; REMEDIES ........................................................................ : .............................. 15
18. WANER OF CLAIMS; INDEMNIFICATION .................................................................... 16
19. INSURANCE ...... : .................................................................................................................. 17
20. ACCESS BY CITy ................................................................................................................ 18
21. LICENSEE'S CERTIFICATES .............................................................................................. 18
22. RULES AND REGULATIONS ............................................................................................ 19
.23. (INTENTIONALLY OMITTED) .......................................................................................... 19
24. SURRENDER OF PREMISES .............................................................................................. 19
25. HAZARDOUS MATERIALS ............................................................................................... 20
26. GENERAL PROVISIONS ..................................................................................................... 21
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LIST OF EXHIDITS:
EXHffiIT A - Premises
EXHffiIT B - (Intentionally Omitted)
EXHffiIT C -Standard Utilities and Services
EXHffiIT D - Rules and Regulations
EXHffiIT E - City's Property
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LICENSE AGREEMENT
THIS REVOCABLE LICENSE TO ENTER AND USE (this "License"), dated for
reference purposes only as ofJuly 1, 2002, is entered into by and between the CITY AND
COUNTY OF SAN FRANCISCO, a municipal corporation ("City" or "Licensor"), and MARIN
DAY SCHOOLS, a California non-profit corporation ("Licensee" or "Contractor").
RECITALS
A. City and Licensee are parties to that certain Grant Agreement dated as of July 1, 2002 (the
"Grant Agreement") for establishing and maintaining a high quality, full service child care
center.
B. City desires that Licensee establish a child care center at San Francisco City Hall, and (
therefore City agrees to give and Licensee agrees to accept a license for a space in City Hall in
accordance with the terms and conditions set forth herein.
AGREEMEN1:'
1. Basic License Information
The following is a summary of Basic License information (the "Basic License
Information"). Each item below shall be deemed to incorporate all of the terms in thisLicense
pertaining to such item. In the event of any conflict between the information in this Section and
any more specific provision ofthis License, the more specific provision shall control.
License Reference Date:
Licensor:
Licensee:
Building (Section 2.1):
Premises (Section 2.1):
July 1, 2002
CITY AND COUNTY OF SAN FRANCISCO,
a: municipal corporation
MARIN DAY SCHOOLS, a California nonprofit
corporation
(and permitted successors and assigns)
City Hall located at
1 Dr. Carlton B. Goodlett Place
San Francisco, California
A portion ofthe lower floor of the Building and
outside playground area, as more particularly shown
on Exhibit A
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Rentable Area'
of Premises (Section 2.1):
Tenn (Section 3.1):
Base Fee (Section 4.1):
Use (Section 5.1):
Utilities and Services
(Section 10.1):
Notice Address of City
(Section 27.1):
and to:
Key Contact for City:
Telephone No.:
Notice Address for Licensee
(Section 27.1):
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Approximately 3,500 square feet plus additional outside
area as shown on Exhibit A.
Commencement date: July 1, 2002;
Expiration date: June 30, 2003 after which date this
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License shall automatically renew on an annual
basi? with either party having the right to tenninate
by providing 120 days' advance written notice
Annual License Fee: $1
Full service child care center as set forth in the
Grant Agreemvnt
City shall provide the basic Building utilities and
services described in Exhibit C
Real Estate Department
25 Van Ness Avenue, suite 400
San Francisco, California 94102
Attn: Director of Property
Fax No.: (415) 552-9216
Office of the City Attorney
City Hall, Room 234
1 Dr. Carlton B. Goodlett Place
San Francisco, California 94102-4682
Attn: Real EstatelTransactions
Fax No.: (415) 554-4755
Jerry Romani
(415) 554-9876
Marin Day Schools
100 Shoreline Highway
Building B, Suite 275
Mill Valley, CA 94941
Attn: Pat Bums .
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Key Contact for Licensee:
Telephone No.:
Alternate Contact
for Licensee:
Brokers (Section 27.7):
2. PREMISES; AS IS CONDITION
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Fax No.: 415-331-7066
Pat Bums
415-331-7766 Ext. 6
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2.1. License Premises City confers to Licensee a revocable, personal, unassignable,
non-exclusive and non-possessory privilege to enter upon and use that certain premises identified
in the Basic License Information and shown on Exhibit A (collectively, the "Premises"), for the
limited purpose and subject to the terms, conditions and restrictions set forth below. This
License gives Licensee a license only, revocable at any time at the will of City, and
notwithstanding anything to the contrary herein, this License does not constitute a grant by City
of any ownership, leasehold, easement or other property interest or estate whatsoever in the .
Premises, or any portion thereof. The privilege given to Licensee under this License is effective
only insofar as the rights of City in the Premises are concerned, and Licensee shaH obtain any
further permission necessary because of any other existing rights affecting the Premises. The
area of the Premises specified in the Basic License Information shall be conclusive for all
purposes hereof. The Premises, land upon which the Premises is located and all other
improvements on and appurtenances to such land are referred to collectively as the "Property."
Licensee shall have the non-exclusive right to use, together with other occupants in the Building,
the lobbies, 'corridors, stairways and other public areas of the Building and the Property
(collectively, the "Common Areas"), and the non-exclusive right of access to and from the
Premises by the main entrances to the Building and the Property.
2.2. As Is Condition. LICENSEE ACKNOWLEDGES AND AGREES THAT THE
PREMISES ARE BEING LICENSED AND ACCEPTED IN THEIR "AS IS" CONDITION,
WITHOUT REPRESENTATION OR WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, AND SUBJECT TO ALL
APPLICABLE LAWS, RULES AND ORDINANCES GOVERNING THEIR USE,
OCCUPANCY AND POSSESSION. LICENSEE REPRESENTS AND WARRANTS TO CITY
THAT LICENSEE HAS INVESTIGATED AND INSPECTED, EITHER INDEPENDENTLY
OR THROUGH AGENTS OF LICENSEE'S OWN CHOOSING, THE CONDITION OF THE
PREMISES AND THE SUITABILITY OF THE PREMISES FOR LICENSEE'S INTENDED
USE. LICENSEE HAS DETERMINED, BASED SOLELY ON ITS OWN INVESTIGATION,
THAT THE PREMISES ARE SUITABLE FOR LICENSEE'S BUSINESS AND INTENDED
USE. LICENSEE ACKNOWLEDGES AND AGREES THAT NEITHER CITY NOR ANY OF
ITS AGENTS HAVE MADE, AND CITY HEREBY DISCLAlMS, ANY
REPRESENTATIONS OR WARRANTIES, EXPRESS ORlMPLIED, CONCERNlNGTHE
RENTABLE AREA OF THE PREMISES, THE PHYSICAL OR ENVIRONMENTAL
CONDITION OF Tfill PREMISES OR tHE PROPERTY, THE PRESENT OR FUTURE
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SUITABILITY OF THE PREMISES FOR LICENSEE'S BUSINESS, OR ANY OTHER
MATTER WHATSOEVER RELATING TO THE PREMISES, INCLUDING, WITHOUT
LIMITATION, ANY IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR
A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.
3. TERM
3.1. License Term. The privilege given to Licensee pursuant to this License is
temporary only and for a term (the "Term") that shall commence on the date specified in the
Basic License Information as the commencement date (the "Commencement Date"), or such
earlier date upon which City delivers and Licensee accepts possession of the Premises or any
portion of the Premises, and shall expire on the expiration (the'''Expiration Date") or earlier
termination of the Grant Agreement unless earlier terminated under this License. Not
withstanding the aforementioned, this License shall renew automatically on an arulUal basis after
the Expiration Date. Without limiting any of its rights hereunder, either party may at its sole
option freely revoke this License at any time, without cause and without any obligation to pay
any consideration to the other party, by providing 120 days' advance written notice of
termination. The termination date shall be the date that is 120 days after a party delivers the
notice oftermination to the oth!?r party. City shall deliver the Premises to Licensee on the
Commencement Date in their then existing as is condition as further provided above, with no
obligation of the City to make any improvements, repairs or alterations.
3.2. Confirmation of Commencement Date and Expiration Date. The dates on which
the Term commences and terminates pursuant hereto are referred to respectively as the
"Commencement Date" and the "Expiration Date."
4. FEE
4.1. Base Fee. Throughout the Term beginning on the Commencement Date, Licensee
shall pay to City the annual Base Fee specified in the Basic License Information (the "Base
Fee"). The Base Fee shall be paid to City in advance, without prior demand and without any
deduction, setoff or counterclaim whatsoever; on or before the first day of the Term and on or
before the first day of each anniversary thereafter. City reserves the right to increase the Base
Fee at any time during the Term, including but not limited to any time during a year in which
Licensee has previously paid the $1 annual fee. All sums payable by Licensee to City hereunder
shall be paid in cash or by good check to the City and County of San Francisco in care of the
Director of Property at the primary address for City specified in the Basic License Information, or
such other place as City may designate in writing. Ifthe Commencement Date occurs on a day
other than the first day of a calendar month, or the Expiration Date occurs on a day other than the
last day of a calendar month, then the Base Fee for such fractional month shall be prorated based
on a thirty (30) day month.
4.2. Additional Charges. Licensee shall pay to City any and all charges and other
amounts required under this License as additional fees (collectively, "Additional Charges"). All
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such Additional Charges shall be payable to City at the same place and the same manner as the
Base Fee is payable. City shall have the same remedies for a default in the payment of any
Additional Charges as for a default in the payment of Base Fee. As used in this License, the term
"Fee" sh\lll include the Base Fee, Additional Charges and any other amounts Licensee is
obligated to pay hereunder, whether or not any such amounts are specifically characterized as fee.
4.3. Late Charges. If Licensee fails to pay any fee or any portion offee within five (5)
days following the due date, such unpaid amount shall be subject to a late payment charge equal
to six percent (6%) of the unpaid amount in each instance. The late payment charge has been
agreed upon by City and Licensee, after negotiation, as a reasonable estimate of the additional
administrative costs and detriment that City will incur as a result of imy such failure by Licensee,
the actual costs thereof being extremely difficult if not impossible to determine. The late
payment charge constitutes liquidated damages to compensate City for its damages resulting
from such failure to pay and shall be paid to City together with such unpaid amount.
4.4. Default Interest. Any fee, ifnot paid within five (5) days following the due date,
shall bear interest from the due date until paid at the rate often percent (10%) per year or, if a
higher rate is legally permissible, at the highest rate an individual is permitted to charge under
law. However, interest shall not be payable on late charges incurred by Licensee nor on any
amounts on which late charges are paid by Licensee to the extent this interest would cause the
total interest to be in excess of that which an individual is lawfully permitted to charge. Payment
of interest shall not excuse or cure any default by Licensee.
5. USE
5.1. Permitted Use. Licensee shall use and continuously occupy the Premises during
. the Term solely for a child care center serving not less than 32 children or more than 48 children,
and related office use as necessary to meet its obligations under the Grant Agreement and for
such other uses, if any, as may be specified in the Basic License Information, and for no other
purpose. Licensee shall maintain, at all times, a valid operating license for child care services
from the California Department of Social Services, Community Care Licensing Division, or any
successor State agency charged with the licensing of child care centers in California. Licensee
represents and warrants that it currently has all necessary licenses to run its child care business at
the Premises. Licensee shall comply with all requirements of the Grant Agreement, including but
. not limited to the priority and age of children and other guidelines.
5.2. No Unlawful Uses,. Nuisances or Waste. Without limiting the foregoing, Licensee
shall not use, occupy or permit the use or occupancy of any of the Premises in any unlawful
manner or for any illegal purpose, or permit any offensive, noisy or hazardous use or any waste
on or about the Premises. Licensee shall take all precautions to eliminate any nuisances or
hazards relating to its activities on or about the Premises. Licensee shall not conduct any
business, place any sales display, or advertise in any manner in areas outside the Premises or on
or about the Property.
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6. LIGHTING
6.1 Lighting. Within 120 days following the Conunencement Date, Licensee shall
install lights activated by motion sensors in the two outside play areas of the Premises in
accordance with plans and specifications approved by City.
7. ALTERATIONS
7.1. Licensee's Alterations.
(a) General. Licensee shall not make or permit any alterations to the Premises or to
the heating, ventilating, air conditioning, plumbing, electrical, fire protection, life safety, security
and other mechanical, electrical, conununications systems of the Premises ("Building Systems"),
and shall not make or permit any alterations, installations, additions or improvements, slrJlctural
or otherwise (collectively, "Alterations"), in, to or about the Premises, without City's prior
written consent in each instance. All Alterations shall be done at Licensee's expense in
accordance with plans and specifications approved by City, only by duly licensed and bonded
contractors or mechanics approved by City, and subject to any conditions that City may
reasonably impose. With regard to the Building, with respect to any Alterations which would be
visible from the exterior of tile Building, City may require Licensee, at Licensee's expense, to
obtain the prior written approval of City's Art Commission to the extent the Arts Conunission
has jurisdiction over the design of such proposed alterations under City's Charter Section 5.103.
If the cost of any Alterations is in excess of Five Thousand Dollars ($5,000), then Licensee shall
pay to City an administrative fee equal to ten percent (10%) of the total "hard" costs of the work
to compensate City for the costs of review.
(b) Asbestos. Without limiting Section 25.2 (No Hazardous Materials) below, in the
event that asbestos-containing materials ("ACM") are determined to exist in or about the
Premises, Licensee shall ensure that all Alterations and any asbestos related work, as defined in
California Health & Safety Code Section 25914.1(b), is performed in compliance with all laws
relating to asbestos, including but not limited to California Occupational Safety and Health
(OSHA) regulations found in Title 8 of the California Code of Regulations, Sections 1502 and
1529. Additionally, Licensee shall distribute notifications to all employees and contractors as
required pursuant to California Health & Safety Code Sections 25915 et. seq. informing them of
the existence of ACM and that moving, drilling, boring, or otherwise disturbing ACM may
present a health risk and should not be attempted by an unqualified employee. No Alterations
affecting ACM -containing areas or any asbestos related work sha1l be performed without City's
prior written consent in each instance.
(c) Licensee's Alterations that Disturb or Remove Lead-Based Paint. Licensee
covenants and agrees that it and its Agents or Invitees sha1l comply with all requirements of
Chapter 36 of the San Francisco Building Code and all other applicable local, state, and Federal
laws, including hut not limited to the California and United States Occupational Health and
Safety Acts and their implementing regulations, whenLicensee's Alterations or repairs disturb or
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remove lead-based or presumed lead-based paint from ofthe Premises. Further, Licensee
covenants and agrees to assume all duties imposed on the City, as an owner of the Property,
pursuant to Chapter 36 ofthe San Francisco Building Code, including but not limited to
providing the required notice to the Department of Building Inspection, other parties on the
Property, and to occupants of adjacent properties when required by Chapter 36 of the
San Francisco Building Code. Licensee and its Agents or Invitees, when disturbing or removing
lead-based or presumed l e a d ~ b a s e d paint, shall not use or cause to be used the following
methods: (a) acetylene or propane burning and torching; (b) scraping, sanding or grinding
without containment barriers or a High Efficiency Particulate Air filter ("HEP A") local vacuum
exhaust tool; (c) hydroblasting or high-pressure wash without containment barriers; Cd) abrasive
blasting or sandblasting without containment barriers ora HEPA vacuum exhaust tool; and
(e) heat guns operating above 1,100 degrees Fahrenheit. Licensee covenants and agrees that it
and its Agents or Invitees shall comply with the requirements of Title 17 of the California Code
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of Regulations when undertaking measures designed to reduce or eliminate lead hazards. Under
this License, exterior or interior paint on buildings and steel structures built before January 1,
1979 is presumed to be lead-based paint unless a lead-based paint test, as dermed by Chapter 36
ofthe San Francisco Building Code, indicates an absence oflead-based paint on the exterior or
interior surfaces of such buildings andlor steel structures. Under this License, lead-based paint is'
"disturbed or removed" if an alteration or repair involves any action that creates friction,
pressure, heat or a che!llical reaction upon any lead-based or presumed lead-based paint ona
surface so as to abrade, loosen, penetrate, cut through or eliminate paint from that surface.
7.2. Title to Improvements. Except for Licensee's Personal Property (as described in
the next section), or as may be specifically provided to the contrary in the approved plans, all
appurtenances, fixtures, improvements, equipment, additions, and other property attached or
affixed to or installed in the Premises at the Commencement Date or during the Term, including,
without limitation, those certahi. furniture, fixtures, equipment and other property described in
Exhibit E attached hereto (the "City's Property"), and any Alterations, shall, at City's sole'
discretion, remain City's property or be removed at the termination of this License. Licensee
may not remove any such property 'at any time during or after the Term unless City so requests as \
further provided in Section 24 [Surrender of Premises], below.
7.3. Licensee's Personal Property. All furniture, trade fixtures, office equipment and
articles of movable personal property installed in the Premises by or for the account of Licensee,
without expense to City, and that can be removed without structural or otb,er damage to the
Premises (collectively, "Licensee's Personal Property") shall be and remain Licensee's property.
Licensee may remove its Personal Propeity at any time during the Term, subject to the provisions
'of Section 24 [Surrender of Premises ], below. Licensee shall pay any taxes or other impositions
levied or assessed upon Licensee's Personal Property, at least ten (10) days prior to delinquency,
and shall deliver satisfactory evidence of suh payment to City upon request.
7.4. City's Alterations of the Building and Building Systems. City reserves the tight at
any time to make alterations, additions, repairs, deletions or improvements to the common areas
or any other part of the Building or the Building Systems, provided that any such alterations or
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additions shaH not materially adversely affect the functional utilization of the Premises for the
Pennitted Use set forth in Section 4.1 [Permitted Use].
8. REPAIRS AND MAINTENANCE
. City shaH repair and maintain the structural portions of the Premises and the Building
Systems (including without limitation, the floors, concealed plumbing, electrical wiring, fixtures
and equipment, elevators and the common areas) in good repair and working order and in a clean,
secure, safe and sanitary condition; provided, however, Licensee shall reimburse City for any
damage, excluding normal wear and tear, caused by any act or omission of Licensee, its Agents
or Invitees (as such terms are defined in Section 26.5 [Parties and their Agents], below). For the
purpose of making any such repairs, City may use structures in the Premises where reasonably
required by the character of the work to be performed, provided that such work shall not block
the main entrance to the Premises or Building nor unreasonably.interfere with Licensee's
business. Licensee waives any claim for damages for any injury or inconvenience to or
interference with Licensee's business, any loss of occupancy or quiet enjoyment of the Premises
or any other loss occasioned thereby. Licensee hereby waives all rights to make repairs at City's
expense under Sections 1941 and 1942 of the California Civil Code or under any similar law,
statute or ordinance now or hereafter in effect. Licensee shall maintain, at no expense to City,
the interior of the Premises in good repair and working 'order and in a clean, secure, safe and
sanitary condition.
9. LIENS AND ENCUMBRANCES
9.1. Liens. Licensee shall keep the Premises and the rest of the Property free from any
liens arising out of any work performed, material furnished or obligations incurred by or for
Licensee. In the event Licensee does not, within five (5) days following the imposition of any
such lien, cause the lien to be released of record by payment or posting of a proper bond, City
shall have, in addition to all other remedies, the right, but not the obligation, to cause the lien to
be released by such means as it shall deem proper, including, but not limited to, payment of the
claim giving rise to such lien. All such sums paid by City and all expenses incurred by it in
'connection therewith (including, without limitation, reasonable attorneys' fees) shall be payable
to City by Licensee upon demand. City shall have the right to post on the Premises any notices
that City may deem proper for the protection of City, the Premises, and the Building, from
mechanics' and materialmen's liens. Licensee shall give to City at least fifteen (15) days' prior
written notice of commencement of any repair or construction on the Premises. Licensee agrees
to indemnify, defend and hold City and its Agents harmless from and against any claims for
mechanic's, materialmen's or other liens in connection with any Alterations, repairs or
construction on the Premises, or materials furnished or obligations incurred by or for Licensee .
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9.2. Encumbrances. Licensee shall not create, permit or suffer any liens or
encumbrances affecting any portion of the Premises, the Property or City's interest therein or
under this License.
10. UTILITffiS AND SERvicES
10.1. Utilities and Services. City shall provide the basic Building utilities and services
described in the attached Exhibit C (the "Standard Utilities and Services") to the Premises,
. subject to the terms and conditions contained therein. Licensee shall be responsible for
fumishing, at its cost, any utilities or services other than orin excess of the Standard Utilities and
Services that Licensee may need for its use of the Premises.
10.2. Mandatorv or Voluntary Restrictions. In the event any law, ordinance, code or (
governmental or regulatory guideline imposes mandatory or voluntary controls on City or the
Property or any part thereof, relating to the use or conservation of energy, water, gas, light or
electricity or the reduction of automobile or other emissions, or the provision of any other utility
or srvice provided with respect to this License, or iIi. the event City is required or elects to make
alterations to any part of the Premises in order to comply with such mandatory or voluntary
controls or guidelines, such compliance and the making of such alterations shall in no event
entitle Licensee to any damages, relieve Licensee of the obligation to pay the full Base Fee and
Additional Charges reserved hereunder or to perform each of its other covenants hereunder or
constitute or be construed as a constructive or other eviction of Licensee. City shall have the
right at any time to install a water meter in the Premises or otherwise to measure the amount of
water consumed on the Premises, and the cost of such meter or other corrective measures and the
installation and maintenance thereof shall be paid for by City.
10.3. Excess Use. If Licensee requires any utilities or services to be provided by City
hereunder in excess of the Standard Utilities and Services for the Premises, Licenseeshall first
procure City's written consent, which City may give or withhold in its sole discretion. In the
case of City's consent, Licensee shall pay to City, as additional fee, the cost of such excess usage.
Failure of City to bill Licensee for such excess utilities or services shall not impair City's right to
bill Licensee for such costs at a later date. Without limiting the foregoing, Licensee shall not: (a)
connect or use any apparatus, device or equipment that will require a dedicated circuit or that will
impair the proper functioning or capacity ofthe Building Systems; or (b) connect any apparatus,
device or equipment through electrical outlets except in the manner for which such outlets are
. designed and without the use of any device intended to increase the plug capacity of ariy
electrical outlet; or (c) maintain at any time an electrical demand load in excess of any amount
specified therefor in the Rules and Regulations. If at any time during the Term City has reason to
believe that Licensee may be using any'utility or service in excess of the amount allowed to the
Premises pursuant to the Standard Building Utilities or Services, City shall have thtJ right to
install a separate meter in the Premises or to take other appropriate steps to measure the amount
of utility or service used in the Premises, and the cost of such meter and all corrective measures,
and the installation and maintenance thereof, shall be paid for by City.
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10.4. Floor Load. Without City's prior written consent, which City may give or refuse
in its sole discretion, Licenseeshall not place or install in the Premises any equipment that
weighs in excess of the normal" load-bearing capacity of the floors of the Building. If City
consents to the placement or installation of any such machine or equipment in the Premises,
Licensee at its sole expense shall reinforce the floor of the Premises, pursuant to plans and
specifications approved by City and otherwise in compliance with Section 7; 1 [licensee's
Alterations 1 to the extent necessary to assure that no damage to the Premises or the Building or
weakening of any structural supports will be occasioned thereby.
10.5. Interruption of Services. City's obligation to provide utilities and services for the
Premises are subject to the Rules and Regulations ofthe Building, applicable Legal
Requirements (as defmed below) (including the rules or actions ofthe public utility company
fumishingthe utility or service), and shutdowns for maintenance and repairs, for security
purposes, or due to strikes, lockouts, labor disputes, fire or other casualty, acts of God, or other
causes beyond the control of City. In the event of an intenuption in, or failure or inability to
provide any service or utility for the Premises for any reason, such interruption, failure or
inability shall not impose upon City any liability whatsoever, including, but not limited to,
liability for consequential damages or loss of business by Licensee; provided, however, that if
such interruption, failure or inability impairs Licensee's ability to carry on its business in the
Premises for a period of five (5) or more consecutive business days, then Licensee shall have the
right, as Licensee's sale remedy, to abate the Base Rent based on the extent such interruption,
failure or inabilityil1lpairs Licensee's ability to carry on its business in the Premises. Licensee
hereby waives any applicable existing or future Legal Requirement permitting the termination of
this License due to such interruption, failure or inability. .
11. COMPLIANCE WITH LAWS AND RISK MANAGEMENT REQUIREMENTS
11.1. Compliance with 'Laws Licensee shall promptly comply, at its sale expense, with
aU present or future laws, ordinance, resolution, regulation, requirement, proclamation, order or
decree of any municipal, county, state or federal government or other governmental or regulatory
authority relating to the Premises or the use or occupancy thereof (the "Legal Requirements") and
with any and aU recorded covenants, conditions and restrictions affecting the Property or any
portion thereof, whether in effect at the time of the execution of this License or adopted or
recorded at any time thereafter and whether or not within the present contemplation of the
parties. Licensee further understands and agrees-that it is Licensee's obligation, at its sole cost,
to cause the Premises and Licensee's uses thereof to be conducted in compliance with the
Americans With Disabilities Act, 42 U.S.C.A. 12101 et seq. Licensee shall not be required to
make any structural Alterations in order to comply with such laws unless such Alterations shall
be occasioned, in whole or in part, directly or indirectly, by any Alterations, Licensee's use of the
Premises, or any act or omission of Licensee, its Agents or Invitees. Any Alteration made by or
on behalf of Licensee pursuant to the provisions of this Section shall comply with the provisions
of Section 8.2, Licensee's Repairs, above. The parties acknowledge and agree that Licensee's
obligation to comply with all Legal Requirements as provided herein is a material part of the
bargained for consideration under this License. Licensee's obligation under this Section shall
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include, without limitation, the responsibility of Licensee to make substantial or structural repairs
and alterations to the Premises (including any of Licensee's Alterations), regardless of, among
other factors, the relationship of the cost of curative action to the fee under this License, the
length of the then remaining Term hereof, the relative benefit of the repairs to Licensee or City,
the degree to which the curative action may interfere with Licensee's use or enjoyment of the
Premises, the likelihood that the parties contemplated the particular Legal Requirement involved,
and whether the Legal Requiremeilt involved is related to Licensee's particular use of the
Premises.
11.2. Regulatory Approvals.
(a) Responsible Party. Licensee understands and agrees that Licensee's use of
the Premises and construction of any Alterations permitted hereunder may require authorizations,
approvals or peniUts from governmental regulatory agencies with jurisdiction over the Premises,
including, without limitation, City agencies. Licensee shall be solely responsible for obtaining
any and all such regulatory approvals. Licensee shall not seek any regulatory approval without
flist obtaining the written consent of City under this License. Licensee shall bear all costs
associated with applying for and obtaining with any necessary or appropriate regulatory approval
and shall be solely responsible for satistying any and all conditions imposed by regulatory
agencies as part of a regulatory approval. Any fines or penalties levied as a result of Licensee's
failure to comply with the terms and conditions of any regulatory approval shall be immediately
paid and discharged by Licensee, and City shall have no liability, monetary or otherwise, for any
such fines or penalties. Licensee shall.Indemnify City and the other Indemnified Parties
hereunder against all Losses arising in connection with Licensee's failure to obtain or comply
with the terms and conditions of any regulatory approval.
(b) City Acting as -Owner of Real Property. Licensee further understands and
agrees that City is entering into this License in its capacity as a property owner or lessee with a
proprietary interest in the Premises and not as a regulatory agency with police powers. Nothing
in this License shall limit in any way Licensee's obligation to obtain any required approvals from
City officials, departments, boards or commissions having jurisdiction over the Premises. By
entering into this License, City is in no way modifying or limiting Licensee's obligation to cause
the Premises to be used and occupied in accordance with all applicable laws, as provided further
above.
11.3. Compliance with City's Risk Management Requirements. Licensee shall not do
anything, or permit anything to be done, in or about the Premises which would be prohibited by
or increase the rates under a standard form fire insurance policy or subject City to potential
premises liability. Licensee shall faithfully observe, at its expense, any and all requirements of
City's Risk Manager with respect to Licensee's use and occupancy of the Premises, so long as
such requirements do not unreasonably interfere with Licensee's use of the Premises.
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12. SUBORDINATION
This License is and shall be subordinate to any reciprocal easement <lgreement, ground
lease, facilities lease or other underlying leases Qr licenses and the lien Qf any mQrtgage or deed
Qftrust and all renewals, modifications, cQnsQlidatiQns, replacements and extensions of any of
the foregQing, that may now exist or hereafter be executed by City affecting the PrQperty, Qr any
palt thereQf, or City's interest therein, withQut the necessity Qf executing any instrument to
effectuate such subQrdination; provided, hQwever, UPQn City's request, Licensee, Qr Licensee's
successQr-in-interest, shall execute and deliver any and all instruments desired by City
evidencing suchsubQrdinatiQn in the manner requested by City. NQtwithstanding the fQregQing,
City or the hQlder shall have the right to. subQrdinate any such interests to. this License. If any
ground lease or underlying lease terminates fQr any reaSQn Qr any mortgage or deed Qftrust is
fQreclosed Qr a conveyam:e in lieu Qf fQreclQsure is made fQr any reason, Licensee shall attorn to
the successQr-in-interest to. City, at the option Qf such successQr-in-interest. The provisions of
this SectiQn shall be self-Qperative and no. further instrument shall be required. Licensee agrees,
hQwever, to. execute and deliver, uPQn demand by City and in the form requested by City, any
additional dQcuments evidencing the priority 'Qr subQrdination Qf this License.
13. INABILITY TO PERFORM
If City is unable to perfQrm or is delayed in perfQrming any of City's QbligatiQns under
this License, by reaSQn Qf acts Qf God, accidents, breakage, repairs, strikes, lQckouts, Qther labQr
disputes, prQtests, riQts, demonstratiQns, inability to. Qbtain utilities Qr materials or by any other
reason beyQnd City's reasonable cQntrQI, no. such inability Qr delay shall cQnstitute an actual or
cQnstructive evictiQn, inwhQle Qr in part, Qr entitle Licensee to any abatement Qr diminution Qf
fee Qr relieve Licensee from any Qf its obligatiQns under this License, Qr impQse any liability
UPQn City or its Agents by reason Qf incQnvenience, annQyance, interruptiQn, injury Qr loss to. Qr
interference with Licensee's business Qr use and Qccupancy or quiet enjQyment of the Premises Qr
any lQSS or damage Qccasioned thereby. Licensee hereby waives and releases any right to.
terminate this License under SectiQn 1932, subdivisiQn 1 of the California Civil Code or any
similar law, statute Qr Qrdinance nQW or hereafter in effect. .
14. DAlV1AGE AND DESTRUCTION
14.1. Damage and Destruction. If the Premises Qr the Building is damaged by fire Qr
other casualty City shall have no. QbligatiQn to. repair the Premises or Building, City shall use its
best efforts to. nQtify Licensee within ninety (90) days after the date of such damage whether Qr
nQt such damage can be repaired within two. hundred ten (210) days after the date Qfsuch damage
(the "Repair PeriQd"). If such repairs cannQt be made within the Repair PeriQd, City shall have
the option, to. nQtify Licensee of: (a) City's intentiQn to. repair such damage and diligently
prosecl!te such repairs to. completiQn within a reasQnable period after the Repair PeriQd, subject
to appropriatiQn Qf funds by City's Board Qf Supervisors, in which event this License shall
continue in full fQrce and effect, except that Licensee shall be entitled to a proportionate
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reduction of Base Fee and Additional Charges during the petiod of such repairs based upon the
extent to which such damage and the making of such repairs materially interferes with Licensee's
use or occupancy of the Premises, or (b) City's election to terminate this License as of a' date
specified in such notice. In case of termination, the-Base Fee and Additional Charges shall be
reduced as provided above, and Licensee shalI pay such reduced Base Fee and Additional
Charges up to the date oftermination. .
Notwithstanding anything to the contrary in this License, City shalI have no obligation to
repair the Premises or the Building in the event the damage or destruction, and nothing herein
shall affect or limit City's right to terminate this License for any reason or no reason on 30 days
notice .. In no event shaH City be required to repair any damage to Licensee's Personal Property
or any paneling, decorations, railings, floor coverings, or any Alterations ins taIled or made on the
Premises by or at the expense of Licensee. In the event the Premises. or the Building is
substantially damaged or destroyed and City intends to rebuild for public purposes inconsistent
with this License, City may tenninate this License upon wtitten notice to Licensee.
14.2. Licensee Waiver. City and Licensee intend that the provisions of this Section 14
govern fully in the event of any damage or destructi(;m and accordingly, City and Licensee each'
hereby waives the provisions of Section 1932, subdivision 2, Section 1933, subdivision 4, and
Sections 1941 and 1942 ofthe Civil Code of California or under any similar law, statute or
ordinance now or hereafter in effect.
15. EMINENT DOMAIN
15.1. Definitions.
(a) "Taking" means a taking or damaging, including severance damage;by
eminent domain, inverse condemnation or for any public or quasi-pUblic use under law. A
Taking rnayoccur pursuant to the recording of a final order of condemnation, or by voluntary (
sale or conveyance in lieu of condemnation or in settlement of a condemnation action.
(b) "Date of Taking" mearis the earlier of (i) the date upon which title to the
portion of the Property taken passes to and vests in the condemnor or (ii) the date on which
Licensee is dispossessed. '
(c) "Award" means all compensation, sums or anything or value paid,
awarded or received for a Taking, whether u r s u ~ n t to judgment, agreement, settlement or
otherwise.
15.2. 'General. If during the Term or duting the petiod between the execution ofthis
License and the Commencement Date, there is any Taking of alI or any part of the Premises or
any interest in this License, the tights and obligations of Licensee shall be determined pursuant to
this Section 15. City and Licensee intend that the provisions hereof govern fully Licensee's
tights in the event of a Taking and accordingly, Licerisee hereby waives any tight to tenninate
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this License in whole orin part under Sections 1265.10, 1265.40, 1265.120 and 1265.130 ofthe
California Code of Civil Procedure or under any similar law now or hereafter in effect. Nothing
in this Article 15 shall affect or limit City's right to terminate this License for any reason or no
reason on 120 days notice.
15.3. Total Taking; Automatic Termination. Ifthere is a total Taking of the Premises,
then this License shall terminate as ofthe Date of Taking.
15.4. Partial Taking; Election to Terminate.
(a) Ifihere is a Taking 6fanyportion (but l c ~ s s than all) ofthe Premises, then
this License shall terminate in its entirety under either of the following circumstances: (i) if all of
the following exist: (A) the partial Taking renders the remaining portion of the Premises
unsuitable for continued use by Licensee, (B) the condition rendering the Premises unsuitable
either is not curable or is curable but City is unwilling or unable to cure 'such condition, and (C)
Licensee elects to terminate; or (U) if City eleCts to terminate.
(b) If Licensee elects to terminate under the provisions of this Section 15
Licensee shall do so by giving the other party written notice to the CitY. before or within thirty
(30) days after the Date of Taking, and thereafter this License shall terminate upon the later of
, the thirtieth (30
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15.5. Fee; Award. Upon termination of this License pursuant to an election under
Section 15.4 above, then: (i) Licensee's obligation to pay fee shall continue up until the date of
termination, 'and thereafter shall cease, except that fee shall be reduced as provided in Section
15.6 below for any period during which this License continues in effect after the Date of Taking,
and (ii) City shall be entitled to the entire Award in connection therewith (including, but not
limited to, any portion of the Award made for the value of Licensee's interest under this
License), and Licensee shall have no claim against City for the value of any unexpired term of
this License, provided that Licensee may make a separate claim for compensation, and Licensee
shall receive any Award made specifically to Licensee, for Licensee's relocation expenses or the
interruption of or damage to Licensee's business or damage to Licensee's Personal Property.
15.6. Partial Taking; Continuation of License. If there is a partial Taking of the
Premises under circumstances where this License is not tenninated in its entirety under Section
15.4 above, then this License shall terminate as to the portion of the Premises so taken, but shall
remain in full force and effect as to the portion not taken, and the rights and obligations of the
parties shall be as follows: (a) Base Fee shall be reduced by an amount that is in the same ratio to
the Base Fee as the area of the Premises taken bears to the area of the Premises prior to the Date
of Taking; provided, however, in no event shall the monthly Base Fee be reduced to less than
seventy-five percent (75%) of the monthly Base Fee innnediately prior to the Date of Taking, and
(b) City shall be entitled to the entire Award in connection therewith (including, but not limited
to, any portion of the Award made for the value of the interest created by this License), and
Licensee shall have no claim against City for the value of any unexpired term of this License,
provided that Licensee may make a separate'c1aim for compensation, and Licensee shall receive
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any Award made specifically to Licensee, for Licensee's relocation expenses or the interruption
of or damage to Licensee's business or damage to Licensee's Personal Property.
15.7. Temporary Takings. Notwithstanding anything to contrary in this Section, if a
Taking occurs with respect to all or any part ofthe Premises for a limited period of time not in
excess of one hundred eighty (180) consecutive days, this License shall remain unaffected
thereby, and Licensee shall continue to pay fee and to perform all of the terms, conditions and
covenants of this License. In the event of such temporary Taking, Licensee shall be entitled to
receive that portion of any Award representing compensation for the use or occupancy of the
Premises during the Term up to the total fee owing by Licensee for the period of the Taking, and
City shall be entitled to receive the balance of any Award.
16. ASSIGNMENT AND SUBLETTING
16.1. Restriction on Assignment and Subletting. Licensee shall not directly or
indirectly (including, without limitation, by merger, acquisition or other transfer of any
controlling interest In Licensee), voluntarily or by operation of law, sell, assign, encumber,
pledge or otherwise transfer (collectively, "Assigmnent") any part of its interest in or rights with
respect to the Premises, or permit any portion of the Premises to be occupied by anyone other
than itself, or sublet or license any portion of the Premises (collectively, "Subletting"), without
City'S prior written consent in each instance.
17. DEFAULT; REMEDIES
17.1. Events of Default. Any ofthe.following shall constitute an event of default by
Licensee hereunder:
(a) a failure to pay Base Fee or Additional Charges when due, and such failure
continues for three (3) days after the date of written notice by City ..
(b) a failure to comply with any other covenant, condition or representation
made under this License and such failure continues for fifteen (IS) days after the date of written
notice by City, provided that if such default is not capable of cure within such IS-day period,
Licensee shall have a reasonable period to complete such cure if Licensee promptly undertakes
action to cure such default within such IS-day period and thereafter diligently prosecutes the
same to completion within sixty (60) days after the receipt of notice of default from City. City
shall not be required to provide such notice more than twice in any twelve (12) month period and
after the second notice in any calendar year, any subsequent failure by Licensee during such 12-
month period shall constitute an event of default hereunder;
(c) a vacation or abandonment ofthe Premises for a continuous period in
excess of five (5) business days;
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(d) Licensee defaults under the Grant Agreement or any other agreement
between City and Licensee; or
(e) an appointment of a receiver to take possession of all or substantially all of
the assets of Licensee, or an assignment by Licensee for the benefit of creditors, or any action
taken or suffered by Licensee under any insolvency, bankruptcy, reorgat'\ization, moratorium or
other debtor relief act or statute, whether now existing or hereafter amended or enacted, if any
such receiver, assignment or action is not released, discharged, dismissed or vacated within sixty
(60) days.
17.2. Remedies. Upon the occurrence of an event of default by Licensee, City shall,
without further notice or demand of any kind to Licensee or to any other person, have the right to
tenninate this License or the Grant Agreement in addition to any rights and remedies available to
City at law or in' equity.
17.3. City's Right to Cure Licensee's Defaults. If Licensee defaults in the performance
of any of its obligations under this License, then City may, at its sole option, remedy such default
for Licensee's account and at Licensee's expense by providing Licensee with three (3) days' prior
written or oral notice of City's intention to cure such default (except that no such prior notice
shall be required in the event of an emergency as detennined by City). Such action by City shalI
not be construed as a waiver of such default or any rights or remedies of City, and nothing herein
shall imply any duty of City to do any act that Licensee is obligated to perform. Licensee shall
pay to City upon demand, as additional fee, all costs, damages, expenses or liabilities incurred by
City, including, without limitation, reasonable attorneys' fees, in remedying or attempting to
remedy such default. Licensee's obligations under this Section shall survive the termination of
. this License.
18. WAIVER OF CLAIMS; INDEMNIFICATION
18.1. Limitation on City'S Liability; Waiver of Claims. City shall not be responsible for
or liable to Licensee, and Licensee hereby assumes the risk of, and waives and releases City and
its Agents from all Claims (as defined below) for, any injury, loss or damage to any person or
property in or about the Premises by or from any cause whatsoever including, without limitation,
(i) any act or omission of persons occupying adjoining premises or any part of the Building
adjacent to or connected with the Premises which are not occupied by City, (ii) theft, (iii)
explosion, fire, steam, oil, electricity, water, gas or rain, pollution or contamination, (iv) stopped,
leaking or defective Building Systems, (v) Building defects, and (vi) any other acts, omissions or
causes. Nothing herein shall relieve City from liability caused solely and directly by the gross
negligence or willful misconduct of City or its Agents, but City shall not be liable under any
circumstances for any consequential, incidental or punitive damages.
18.2. Licensee's Indemnitv. Licensee, on behalf of itself and its successors and assigns,
shall indemnify, defend and hold harmless (".Indemnify") City including, but not limited to, all of
its boards, conunissions, departments, agencies and other subdivisions, including, without
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limitation, its Department of Real Estate and all of its and tl;1eir Agents, and their respective heirs,
legal representatives, successors and assigns (individually and collectively, the "Indemnified
Parties"), and each of them; from and against any and all liabilities, losses, costs, claims, .
judgments, settlements, damages, liens, fines, penalties and expenses, including, without
limitation, direct and vicarious liability of every kind (collectively, "Claims"), incurred in
connection with or arising in whole or in part from: (a) any accident, injury to or death of a
person, including, without limitation, employees of Licensee, or loss of or damage to property,
howsoever or bywhomsoever caused, occurring in or about the Property; (b) any default by
Licensee in the observation or performance of any of the terms, covenants or conditions of this
License to be observed or performed on Licensee's part, including without limitation the terms,
covenants or conditions of the Grant Agreement; (c). the use or occupancy or manner of use or
occupancy of tl;1e Premises by Licensee, its Agents or Invitees or any person or entity claiming
through or under any ofthem; (d) the condition ofthe Premises; (e) any construction or other
work undertaken by Licensee on the Premises whether before or during the Term of this License; (
or (f) any acts, omissions or negligence of Licensee; its Agents or Invitees, in, on or about the
Premises or the Property; all regardless of the active or passive negligence of, and regardless of
whether liability without fault is imposed or sought to be imposed on, the Indemnified Parties,
except to the extent that such Indemnity is void or otherwise unenforceable under applicable law
in effect on or validly retroactive to the date ofthis License and further except only such Claims
as' are caused exclusively by the willful misconduct or gross negligence of the Indemnified
Parties. The foregoing Indemnity shall include, without limitation, reasonable fees of attorneys,
consultants and experts and related costs and City's costs of investigating any Claim. Licensee
specifically acknowledges and agrees that it has an immediate and independent obligation to
defend the City from any claim which actually or potentially falls within this indemnity provision
even if such allegation is or may be groundless, fraudulent or false, which obligation arises at the
time such claim is tendered to Licensee by City and continues at all times thereafter. Licensee's
obligations under this Section shall survive the termination of the License.
19. INSURANCE
19.1. Licensee's Insurance. Licensee, at its sole cost, shall procure and keep in effect at
all times during the Term insurance for the Premises in the form and amounts and under the
ternts and conditions specified in Article 10 ofthe Grant Agreement [Insurance].
19.2. Licensee's Personal Property. Licensee shall be responsible, at its expense, for
separately insuring Licensee's Personal Property.
19.3. City's SelfInsurance. Licensee acknowledges that City self-insures against
casualty, property damage and public liability risks and agrees that City may at its sole election,
but shall not be required to, carry any third party insurance with respect to the Building, the
Premises or othelwise. .
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19.4. Waiver ofSubrogation. Notwithstanding anything to the contrary contained
herein, City, in the event that City does not self-insure, arid Licensee (each a "Waiving Party")
each hereby waive any right of recovery against the other party and against any other party
maintaining a policy of insurance covering the Building or the contents, or any portion thereof,
for any loss or damage maintained by such other party with respect to the Building or the
Premises or any portion thereof or the contents ofthe same or any operation therein, whether or
not such loss is caused by the fault or negligence of such other party, to the extent (i) such loss or
damage is actually recovered from valid and collectible insurance covering the Waiving Party,
and (ii) the Waiving Party's insurance carrier agrees to its written waiver of right to recover such
loss or damage.
20. ACCESS BY CITY
City reserves for itself and any of its designated Agents, the right to enter the Premises as
follows: (i) on a regular basis without advance notice to supply any necessary or agreed-upon
service to be provided by City hereunder; (ii) on an occasional basis, at all reasonable times after
giving Licensee reasonable advance written or oral notice, to show the Premises to prospective
Licensees or other interested parties, to post notices of non-responsibility, to conduct any
environmental audit of Licensee's use ofthe Pretnises, to repair, alter or improve any part of the
Building, Building Systems or the Premises, and for any other lawful purpose; and (iii) on an
emergency basis without notice. whenever City believes that emergency access is required. City
shall have the right to use any means that it deems proper to open doors in an emergency in order
to obtain access to any part of the Premises, and any such entry shall not be construed or deemed
to be a forcible or unlawful entry into or a detainer of, the Premises, or an eviction, actual or
constructive, of Licensee from the Premises or any portion thereof. Licensee shall not alter any
lock or install any new or additional locking devices without the prior written consent of City.
All locks installed in the Premises (excluding Licensee's vaults, safes or special security areas, if
any, designated by Licensee in writing to City) shall be by keyed to the Building master key
system, and City shall at all times have a key with which to unlock all such doors.
21. LICENSEE'S CERTIFICATES
Licensee, at any time and from time to time upon not less than ten (10) days' prior notice
. from City, shall execute and deliver to City or to any party designated by City a certificate
stating: (a) that Licensee has accepted the Premises, (b) the Commencement Date and Expiration
Date of this License, (c) that this License is unmodified and in full force and effect (or, ifthere
have been modifications, that the License is in full force and effect as modified and stating the
modifications), (d) whether or not there are ihen existing any defenses against the enforcement of
any of Licensee's obligations hereunder (and if so, specifYing the same), (e) whether or not there
are any defaults then existing under this License (and ifso specifYing the same), (f) the dates, if
any, to which the Base Fee and Additional Charges have been paid, and (g) any other information
that may be required.
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22. RULES AND REGULATIONS
Licensee shall faithfully comply with the rules and regulations attached to this License as
Exhibit D (Building Rules and Regulations) and all modifications thereof and additions thereto
that City may from time to time put into effect (the "Rules and Regulations"), City shall not be
responsible for the non-performance of the Rules and Regulations by any other Licensee or
occupant of the Property. In the event of any conflict between any provision of this License and
any provision ofthe Rules and Regulations, this License shall control.
23. (INTENTIONALLY OMITTED)
24.. SURRENDER OF PREMISES
Upon the Expiration Date or other termination ofthe Term of this License, Licensee shall
immediately peaceably quit and surrender to City the Premises together with all Alterations
approved by City in good order and condiiion, except for normal wear and tear after Licensee's
having made the last necessary repair required on its part under this License, and further except
for any portion of the Premises condemned and any damage and destruction for which Licensee
is not responsible hereunder, The Premises shall be surrendered free and clear of all liens and
encumbrances other than liens and encumbrances existing as of the date of this License and any
other encumbrances created by City, Innnediately before the Expiration Date or other
termination of this License, Licensee shall remove all of Licensee's Personal Property as
provided in this License, and repair any damage resulting from the removal. If such removal is
not completed at the expiration or other termination of this License, City may remove the same at
Licensee's expense. Notwithstanding anything to the contrary in this License, City can elect at
any time prior to the Expiration Date or within thirty (30) days after termination of this License,
to require Licensee to remove, at Licensee's sole expense, all or part of the Alterations or other
improvements or equipment constructed or installed by or at the expense of Licensee, Licensee
shall promptly remove such items and shall repair, at its expense, any damage to the Premises or
the Building resulting from such removal, or if Licensee fails to repair, City may do so, at
Licensee's expense, Licensee's obligations under this Section shall survive the Expiration Date
or other termination of this License, Any items of Licensee's Personal Property remaining in the
Premises after the Expiration Date or sooner termination of this License may, at City's option, be
deemed abandoned and disposed of in accordance with Section 1980 e t ~ , of the California
Civil Code or in any other manner allowed by law.
Concurrently with the surrender of the Premises, Licensee shall, if requested by City,
execute, acknowledge and deliver.to City a quitclaim deed to the Premises and any other .
instrument reasonably requested by City to evidence or otherwise effect the termination of
Licensee's interest hereunder and to effect such transfer or vesting of title to any improvements
or equipment which remain part of the Premises,
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25. HAZARDOUS MATERIALS
25.1. Definitions. As used herein, the following tenns shall have the meanings set forth
below:
(a) "Environmental Laws" shall mean any present or future federal, state,
local or administrative law, rule, regulation, order or requirement relating to Hazardous Material
(including, without limitation, its use, handling, transportation, production, disposal, discharge or
storage), or to health and safety, industrial hygiene or the envirorunent, including, without
limitation, soil, air and groundwater conditions.
(b) "Hazardous Material" shall mean any material that, because of its quantity,
concentration or physical or chemical characteristics, is at any time now or hereafter deemed by
any federal, state or local governmental authority to pose a present or potential hazard to human
health, welfare or safety or to the environment. Hazardous Material includes, without limitation,
any material or substance defined as a "hazardous substance," or "pollutant" or "contaminant"
pursuant to the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation and Liability Actof
1980 ("CERCLA", also commonly known as the "Superfund" law), as amended, (42 U.S.C.
Sections 960 I et seq.) or pursuant to Section 25316 of the California Health & Safety Code; any
."hazardous waste" listed pursuant to Section 25140 of the California Health & Safety Code; and
petroleum, including crude oil or any fraction thereof, natural gas or natural gas liquids.
(c) "Investigate and Remediate" ("Investigation" and "Remediation") shall
mean the undertaking of any activities to detennine the nature and extent of Hazardous Material
that may be located in, on, under or about the Property or that has been, are being or threaten to
be Released into the environment, and to clean up, remove, contain, treat,stabilize, monitor or
otherwise control such Hazardous Material. .
(d) "Release" when used with respect to Hazardous Material shall include any
actual or irnminent spilling, leaking, pumping, pouring, emitting, emptying, discharging,
inj ecting, escaping, leaching, dumping, or disposing into or inside the Premises, or in, on, under
or about any other part of the Property or into the environment.
25.2. No Hazardous Materials. Licensee covenants and agrees that neither Licensee nor
any of its Agents or Invitees shall cause or penni! any Hazardous Material to be brought upon,
kept, used; stored, generated or disposed of in, on or about the Property, or transported to or from
the Property, with the sole exception that Licensee may keep and use such substances in the
Premises in such reasonably limited amounts as are customarily used for general office purposes
(such as copy toner and other nonnal office and cleaning supplies) so long as such storage and
use are in compliance with all applicable Environmental Laws at all times. Licensee shall give
immediate written notice to City of: (a) any action, proceeding or inquiry by any governmental
authOlity (including, without limitation, the Califomia State Department of Health Services, the
State or any Regional Water Quality Control Board, the Bay Area Air Quality Management
. district or any local governmental entity) against Licensee with respect to the presence or Release
or suspected presence or Release of Hazardous Material on the Premises, Building orProperty or
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the migration thereof from or to other property; (b) all demands or claims made or threatened by
any third party against Licensee or the Premises, Building or Property relating to any loss of
" injury resulting from any Hazardous Materials; (c) any Release of Hazardous Material on or"
about the Premises or any other part of the Property has occurred that may require any
Investigation or Remediation; and (d) all matters of which Licensee is required to give notice
pursuant to the Legal Requirements.
25.3. Licensee's Environmental Indemnity. If Licensee breaches any of its obligations
contained in this Section 25, or, if any act or oinission of Licensee, its Agents or Invitees, results
in any Release of Hazardous Material in, on, under or about the r e m i ~ e s or any other part of the
Property, then, without limiting Licensee's Indemnity contained in Section 18.2, Licensee shall,
on behalf of itself and its successors and assigns, Indemnify the Indemnified Parties, and each of
them, from and against all Claims (including, without limitation, damages for decrease in value
ofthe Premises or the Property, the loss or restriction ofthe use of rentable or usable space or of
any amenity of the Premises or the Property and sums paid in settlement of claims, attorneys'
fees, consultants' fees and experts' fees and costs) arising during or after the Term of this
License and relating to such Release. The foregoing Indemnity includes, without limitation,
costs incurred in connection with activities undertaken to Investigate and Remediate Hazardous
Material and to restore the Property to its prior condition, fines and penalties imposed by
regulatory agencies, and any natural resource damages. Without limiting the foregoing, if
Licensee or any of its Agents or Invitees, causes or pennits the Release of any Hazardous
Materials in, on, under or about the Premises or any other part of the Property, Licensee shall
immediately and at no expense to City take any and all appropriate actions to return the Premises
or the Property affected thereby to the coridition existing prior"to such Release and otherwise
Investigate and Remediate the Release in accordance with all Environhlental Laws. Licensee
shall afford City a full opportunity to participate in any discussions with goyernmental regulatory
agencies regarding any settlement agreement, cleanup or abatement agreement, consent decree,
or other compromise or proceeding involving Hazardous Material.
25.4. "Survival of Obligation. License's obligations under this Section 25 shall surVive (
the Expiration Date or other tennination of this License.
26. GENERAL PROVISIONS
26.1. Notices. Any notice given under this License shall be effective only if in writing
and given by delivering the notice in person or by sendingit first-class mail or certified mail with
a return receipt requested or by overnight courier, return receipt requested, with postage prepaid,
to: (a) Licensee (i) at Licensee's address set forth in the Basic License Information, if sent prior
to Licensee's taking possession of the Premises, or (ii) at the Premises if sent on or subsequent to"
Licensee's taking possession of the Premises, or (iii) at any place where Licensee or any Agent of
Licensee may be found if sent subsequent to Licensee's vacating, abandoning or surrendering the
Premises; or (b) City at City's address set forth in the Basic License Infonnation; or (c) to such
other address as either City or Licensee may designate as its new address for such purpose by
notice given to the other in accordance with the provisions of this Section at least ten (10) days
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prior to the effective date of such change. Any notice hereunder shall be deemed to have been
given two (2) days after the date when it is mailed if sent by first class or certified mail, one day
after the date it is made if sent by overnight courier, or upon the date personal delivery is made.
For convenience onhe parties, copies ofnotic.es may also be given be telefacsimile to the
telephone number set forth in the Basic License Information or such other number as may be
provided from time to time; however, neitl).er party may give official ot binding notice by
facsimile. Licensee shall promptly provide City with copies of any and all notices received
regarding any alleged violation ofhiws or insurance requirements or any alleged unsafe condition
or practice.
26.2. No Implied Waiver. No failure by City to insist upon the strict performance of
any obligation of Licensee under this License or to exercise any right, power or remedy arising
out of a breach thereof, irrespective of the length of time for which such failure continues, no
acceptance of full or paltial Base Fee or Additional Charges during the continuance of any such
breach, and no accept,mce of the keys to or possession of the Premises prior to the expiration of
the Telm by any Agent of City, shall constitute a waiver of such breach or of City'S right to
demand strict co'mpliance with such term, covenant or condition or operate as a surrender of this
License. No express written waiver of any default or the performance of any provision hereof
shall affect any other default or performance, or cover any other period oftime, other than the
default, performance or period oftime specified in such express waiver. One or more written
waivers of a default Or the performance of any provision hereof shall not be deemed to be a
waiver of a subsequent default or perfonnance. AllY consent by City hereunder shall not relieve
Licensee of any obligation to secure the consent of City in any other or future instance under the
tenns ofthis License. .
26.3. Amendments. Neither tills License nor any tenn or provisions hereofmay'be
changed, waived, discharged or terminated, except by a written instrument signed by both parties
hereto. Whenever an amendment, waiver, notice, or other instrument or document is to be
executed by or on behalf of City,the Director of Property ofthe City, or his or her designee, shall
be authorized to execute such instrument on behalf of City, except as otherwise provided by
applicable law, including City's Charter.
26.4. Authority. If Licensee signs as a corporation or a partnership, each of the persons
executing this License on behalf ofUcenseedoes hereby covenant and warrant that Licensee is a
duly authorized and existing entity, that Licensee has and is qualified to do business in
Califomia, that Licensee has full right and authority to enter into this License, and that each and
all of the persons signing on behalf of Licensee are authorized to do so. Upon City's request,
Licensee shall provide City with evidence reasonably satlsfactory to City continning the
foregoing representations and warranties.
26.5. Parties and Their Agents; Approvals. The words "City" and "Licensee" as used
herein shall include the plural as well as the singular. If there is more than one Licensee, the
obligations and liabilities under this License imposed on Licensee shall be joint and several. As
used herein, the term "Agents" when used with respect to either party shall include the agents,
employees, officers, contractors and representatives of such party, and the term "Invitees" when
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used with respect to Licensee shall include the clients, customers, invitees, guests, licensees,
assignees 'or sublicensees of Licensee. All approvals, consents or other determinations permitted
or required by City hereunder shall be made by or through City's Director of Property unless
otherwise provided in this License, subject to applicable law.
26.6. Interpretation of License. The captions preceding the articles and sections of this
License and in the table of contents have been inserted for convenience of reference only and
such captions shall in no way define or limit the scope or intent of any provision of this License.
This License has been negotiated at arm's length and between persons sophisticated and
knowledgeable in the matters dealt with herein and shall be interpreted to achieve the intents and
purposes of the parties, without any presumption against the party responsible for drafting any
part of this License. Provisions in this License relating to number of days shall be calendar days,
unless otherwise specified, provided that if the last day of any period to give notice, reply to a
notice or to undertake any other action ocCUrs on a Saturday, Sunday or a: bank or City holiday, (
then the last day for undertaking the action or giving or replying to the notice shall be the next
succeeding business day. Use of the word "hi.eluding" or similar words shall not be construed to
limit any general term, statement or other matter in this License, whether or not language of non-
limitation, such as "without limitation" or similar words, are used.
26.7. Successors and Assigns. Subject to the provisions of this License relating to
Assigrunent and Subletting, the terms, covenants and conditions contained in this License shall
bind and inure to the benefit of City and Licensee a n d ~ except as otherwise provided herein, their
personal representatives and successors and assigns; provided, however, that upon any sale,
assigrunent or transfer by City named herein (or by any subsequent Licensor) of its interest in the
Building as owner or lessee, including any transfer by operation of law, City (or any subsequent
Licensor) shall be relieved from all subsequent obligations and liabilities arising under this
License subsequent to such sale, assigrunent or transfer ..
26.8. Brokers. Neither party has had any contact or dealings regarding the leasing of
the Premises, or any communication in connection therewith, through any licensed real estate
broker or other person who could claim a right to a commission or finder's fee in connection
with the License contemplated herein except as identified in the Basic License Information,
whose commission, if any is due, shall be paid pursuant to a separate written agreement between
such broker and the party through which such broker contracted. In the event that any broker or
finder perfects a claim for a commission or finder's fee based upon any such contact, dealings or
. communication, the party through whom the broker or finder makes a claim shall be responsible
for such commission or fee and shall Indemnify the other party from any and all Claims incurred
by the indemnified party in defending against the same. The provisions ofthis Section 26.8 shall
survive any termination of this License.
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26.9. Severability. If any provision of this License or the application thereofto any
person, entity or circumstance shall, to any extent, be invalid or unenforceable, the remainder of
this License, or the application of such provision to persons, entities or circumstances other than
those as to which it is invalid or unenforceable, shall not be affected thereby, and each other
provision ofthis License shall be valid and be enforceable to the fullest extent permitted by law.
26.10. Governing Law. This License shall be construed and enforced in accordance with
the laws ofthe State of California and the City's Charter. .
26.11. Entire Agreement. This instrument, including the exhibits hereto, which are made
a part of this License, contains the entire agreement between the parties and all prior written or
oral negotiations, understandings and agreements are merged herein. The parties further intend
that this License shall constitute the complete and exclusive statement ofits terms and that no
extrinsic evidence whatsoever (including prior drafts hereof and changes therefrom) may be
introduced in any judicial, administrative or other legal proceeding involving this License.
Licensee hereby acknowledges that neither City nor City's Agents have made any representations
or warranties with respect to the Premises, the Building or this License except as expressly set
forth herein,and no rights, easements or licenses are or shall be acquired by Licensee by
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implication or otherwise unless expressly set forth herein.
26.12. Attorneys' Fees. In the event that either City or Licensee fails to perform any of
its obligations under this License or in the event a dispute atises concerning the meaning or
interpretation of any provision ofthis License, the defaulting party or the party not prevailing in
such dispute, as the case may be, shall pay any and all costs and expenses incurred by the other
party in enforcing or establishing its tights hereunder (whether or not such action is prosecuted to
judgment), including, without limitation, court costs and reasonable attorneys' fees. For
purposes of this License, reasonable fees of attorneys of City's Office of the City Attorney shall
be based on the fees regularly charged by ptivate attorneys with the equivalent number of years
of experience in the subject matter area of the law for which the City Attorney's services were
rendered who practice in the City of San Francisco in law firms with approximately the same
number of attorneys as employed by the Office of the City Attorney.
26.13. Holding Over. Any holding over without City's consent shall constitute a default
by Licensee and entitle City to exercise any or all of its remedies as provided herein,
notwithstanding that City may elect to accept one or more payments of fee; provided, that all of
the terms and conditions ofthis License shall continue to apply to Licensee's unauJhorized
occupancy during such hold over period except for the Base Fee. The Base Fee for any such hold
dver period shall be increased to an amount equal to one hundred fifty percent (100%) of the then
prevailing market rent for comparable commercial space, as determined by City.
26.14. Time of Essence. Time is of the essence with respect to all provisions of this
License in which a definite time for perfonnance is specified.
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26.15. Cumulative Remedies. All rights and remedies of either party hereto set forth in
this License shall be cumulative, except as may otherwise be provided herein.
26.16: Survival of Indemnities. Termination of this License shall not affect the right of
either party to enforce any and all indemnities and representations and warranties given 'or made
to the other party under this License, nor shall it affect any provision of this License that
expressly states it shall survive. termination hereof.
26.17. Signs. Licensee agrees that it will not erect or maintain, or permit to be erected or
maintained, any signs, notices or graphics upon or about the Premises which are visible in or
from public corridors or other portions of any common areas of the Building or from the exterior
of the Premises, without City's prior written consent, which City may withhold or grant in its
sole discretion.
26.18. Relationship of the Parties. Ciiy is not, and none of the provisions in this License
shall be deemed to render City, a partner in Licensee's business, or joint venturer or member in
any joint enterprise with Licensee. Neither party shall act as the agent ofthe other party in any
respect hereunder. This License is not intended nor shall it be construed to create any third party
beneficiary rights in any third party, expressly provided.
26.19. Light and Air. Licensee covenants and agrees that no diminution of light, air or
view by any structure that may hereafter be erected (whether or not by City) shall entitle Licensee
to any reduction of the Base Fee or Additional Charges under this License, result in any liability
of City to Licensee, or in any other way affect this License or Licensee's obligations hereunder.
26.20. No Recording. Licensee shall not record this License or any memorandum hereof
in the public records.
26.21. .[Intentional Omitted]
26.22. Transit Information. Licensee shall establish and carry on during the Tenn
a program to encourage maximum use of public transportation by personnel of Licensee
employed on the Premises, including, without limitation, the distribution to such employees of
written materials explaining the convenience and availability of public transportation facilities
adjacent or proximate to the Building and encouraging use of such facilities, all at Licensee's
sole expense.
26.23. Taxes. Assessments, Licenses. Permit Fees and Liens. (a) Licensee recognizes
and understands that this License may create a possessory interest subject to property taxation
and that Licensee may be subject to the payment of property taxes levied on such interest. (b)
Licensee agrees to pay taxes of any kind, including possessory interest taxes, that may be
lawfully assessed on the interest hereby created and to pay all other taxes, excises, licenses,
. permit charges and assessments based on Licensee's usage of the Premises that may be imposed
upon Licensee by law, all of which shall be paid when the same become due and payable and
before delinquency. (c) Licensee agrees not to allow or suffer a lien for any such taxes to be
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imposed upon the Premises or upon any equipment or property located thereon without promptly
discharging the same, provided that Licensee, if so desiring, may have reasonable opportunity to
contest the validity ofthe same .. (d) San Francisco Administrative Code Sections 23.6-1 and
23.6-2 require that the City and County of San Francisco report certain information relating to
this License, and any renewals thereof, to the County Assessor within sixty (60) days after any
such iransaction, and that Licensee report certain information relating to any assignment of or
Sublicense under this License to the County Assessor within sixty (60) days after such
assignment or Sublicense transaction. Licensee agrees to provide such information as may be
requested by the City to enable the City to comply with this requirement.
26.24. Non-Liability of City Officials. Employees and Agents. No elective or appointive
board; commission, member, officer, employee or other Agent of City shall be personally liable
to Licensee, its successors and assigns, in the event of any default or breach by City or for any
amount which may become due to Licensee, its successors and assigns, or for any obligation of
City under this Agreement. .
26.25. Wages and Working Conditions. With respect to the construction of any
Alterations, any employee performing services for Licensee shall be paid not less than the highest
prevailing rate of wages as required by Section A7.204 ofthe City and County of San Francisco
Charter and Sections 6.33 through 6.45 of the San Francisco Administrative Code, shall be
subject to the same hours and working conditions, and shall receive the same benefits as in each
case are provided for similar work performed in San Francisco, California. Licensee shall
require any contractor to provide, and shall deliver to City every two weeks during any
construction period, certified payroll reports with respect to all persons performing labor in the
construction of the Licensee Improvement Work or any Alterations on the Premises.
26.26. Non-Discrimination in City Contracts and Benefits
(a) Covenant Not to Discriminate. In the performance of this License,
Licensee covenants and agrees not to discriminate on the basis ofthe fact or perception of a
person's race, color, creed, religion, national origin, ancestry, age, sex, sexual orientation, gender
identity, domestic partner status, marital status, disability, weight, height or Acquired Immune
Deficiency Syndrome or HIV status (AIDSIHIV status) against any employee of, any City
employee working with, or applicant for employment with Licensee, in any of Licensee's
operations within the United States, or against any person seeking accommodations, advantages,
facilities, privileges, services, or membership in all business, social, or other establishments or
organizations operated by Licensee.
(b) Subcontracts. Licensee shall include in all subleases or other
subcontracts relating to the Premises a non-discrimination clause applicable to such assignee,
subtenant or other subcontractor in substantially the form of subsection (a) above. In addition,
Licensee shall incorporate by reference in all assignments, subleases, and other subcontracts the
provisions of Sections 12B.2(a), 12B.2(c)-(k), and 12C.3 of the San Francisco Administrative
Code and shall require all assignees, subtenants and other subcontractors to comply with such
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prOVISIOns. Licensee's failure to comply with the obligations in this subsection shall constitute a
material breach of this License.
(c) Non-Discrimination in Benefits. Licensee does not as of the date of this
License and will not during the Term, in any of its operations or in San Francisco or with respect
to its operations under this License elsewhere within the United States, discriminate in the
provision of bereavement leave, family medical leave, health benefits, membership or
membership discounts, moving expenses,.pen.sion and retirement benefits or travel benefits, as
well as any benefits other than the benefits specified above, between employees with domestic
partners and employees with spouses, andlor between the domestic partners and spouses of such
employees, where the domestic partnership has been registered with a governmental entity
pursuant to state or local law authorizing such registration, subject to the conditions set forth in'
Section 12B.2(b) of the San Francisco Administrative Code.
(d) HRC Form. As a condition to this License, Licensee shall execute the
"Chapter 12B Declaration: Nondiscrimination in Contracts and Benefits" form (Form HRC-12B-
101) with supporting documentation and secure the approval ofthe form by the San Francisco
Human Rights Commission.
(e) . Incorporation of Administrative Code Provisions by Reference. The
provisions of Chapters 12B and 12C ofthe San Francisco Administrative Code relating to non-
discrimination by parties contracting for the License of City property are incorporated in this
Section 26.26 by reference and made a part of this Agreement as though fully set forth herein.
Licensee shan comply funy with and be bound by all of the provisions that apply to this License
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. under such Chapters of the Administrative Code, including but not limited to the remedies .
provided in such Chapters. Without limiting the foregoing, Licensee understands that pursuant
to Section 12B.2(h) of the San Francisco Administrative Code, a penalty of $50 for each person
for each calendar day during which such person was discriminated against in violation ofthe .
provisions of this License may be assessed against Licensee andlor deducted from any payments
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26.27. No Relocation Assistance; Waiver of Claims. Licensee aclmowledges that it will
not be a displaced person at the time this License is terminated or expires by its own terms, and
Licensee funy RELEASES, W AWES AND DISCHARGES forever any and all Claims against,
and covenants not to sue, City, its departments, cOnllnissions, officers, directors and employees,
and an persons acting by, through or under each of them, under any laws, includihg, without
limitation, any and all claims for relocation benefits or assistance from City under federal and
state relocation assistance laws (including, but not limited to, California Government Code
Section 7260 et seq.), except as otherwise specifically provided in this License with respect to a
Taking.
26.28. MacBride Principles - Northern Ireland. The City and County of San Francisco
urges companies doing business in Northern Ireland to move toward resolving employment
inequities and encourages then to abide by the MacBride Principles as expressed in San
Francisco Administrative Code Section 12F.l, et seq. The City and County of San Francisco also
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urges San Francisco companies to do business with corporations that abide by the MacBride
Principles. Licensee acknowledges that it has read and understands the above statement of the
City and County of San Francisco conceming doing business in Northern Ireland.
26.29. Tropical Hardwood and Virgin Redwood Ban. The City and County of San
Francisco urges .companies not to import, purchase, obtain or use for any purpose, any tropical
hardwood, tropical hardwood wood product, virgin redwood or virgin redwood wood product.
Except as expressly pennitted by the application of Sections 12I.3.b and 12I.4.b of the San
Francisco Administrative Code, Licensee shall not provide any items to the construction ofthe
Alterations, or otherwise in the performance of this License which are tropical hardwoods,
tropical hardwood wood products, virgin redwood, or virgin redwood wood products. In the
event Licensee fails to comply in good faith with any of the provisions of Section 121 of the San
Francisco Administrative Code, Licensee shall be liable for liquidated damages for each
violation in any amount equal to Licensee's net profit on the contract, or five percent (5%) of the
total amount ofthe contract dollars, whichever is greater.
26.30, Sunshine Ordinance. In accordance with Section 67.24(e) of the San Francisco
Administrative Code, contracts, contractors' bids, leases, agreements, responses to Requests for
Proposals, and all other records of communications between City mid persons or firms seeking
contracts will be open to inspection immediately after a contract has been awarded. Nothing in
this provision requires the disclosure of a private person's or organization's net worth or other
proprietary financial data submitted for qualification for a contract, lease, agreement or other
benefit until and unless that person or organization is awarded the contract, lease, agreement or
benefit. Information provided which is covered by this Section will be made available to the
public upon request.
26.31. Pesticide Prohibition. Licensee shall comply with the provisions of Chapter 39 of
the San Francisco Administrative Code (the "Pesticide Ordinance") which (i) prohibit the use of .
certain pesticides on City property, (ii) require the posting of certain notices and the maintenance
of certain records regarding pesticide usage and (iii) require Licensee to submit to Department of
Real Estate an integrated pest management ("IPM") plan that (a) lists, to the extent reasonably
possible, the types and estimated quantities of pesticides that Licellsee may need to apply to the
Premises during the terms ofthis License, (b) describes the steps Licensee will take to meet the
City's IPM Policy described in Section 39.1 of the Pesticide Ordinance and (c) identifies, by
name, title, address and telephone number, an individual to act as the Licensee's primary IPM
contact person with the City. .
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26.32. First Source Hiring Ordinance. The City has adopted a First Source Hiring
Ordinance (Board of Supervisors Ordinance No. 264-98), which establishes specific
requirements, procedures and monitoring for first source hiring of qualified economically
disadvantaged individuals for entry level positions. Within thirty (30) days after the City and
County of San Francisco Department of Rea I Estate adopts a First Source Hiring Implementation
and Monitoring Plan in accordance with the First Source Hiring Ordinance, City shall enter into a
First Source Hiring Agreement meeting applicable requirements of Section 83.9 of the First
Source Hiring Ordinance. .
26.33. Conflicts of Interest. Licensee states that it is familiar with the provisions of
Section C8.105 of the San Francisco Charter and certifies that it knows of no facts which would
constitute a violation of such provisions. Licensee further certifies that it has made a complete
disclosure to the City of all facts bearing on any possible interests, direct or indirect, which
Licensee believes any officer or employee of the City presently has or will have in this License or
in the performance thereof or in any portion of the profits thereof. Willful failure by Licensee to
make such disclosure, if any, shall constitute grounds for the City's termination and cancellation
ofthis License.
26.34. Charter Provisions. This License is governed by and subject to the provisions of
the Charter of the City and County of San Francisco.
26.35. Drug-Free Workplace. Licensee acknowledges that pursuant to the Federal Drug-
Free Workplace Act of 1989, the unlawful manufacture, distribution, possession or use of a
. controlled substance is prohibited on City premises. Licensee agrees that any violation of this
prohibition by Licensee, its Agents or assigns shall be deemed a material breach of this License.
26.36. Prohibition of Tobacco Advertising. Licensee acknowledges and agrees that no
advertising of cigarettes or tobacco products is allowed on any real property owned by or under
the control of the City, including the Premises and the Property. This prohibition includes the
placement of the name of a company producing selling or distributing cigarettes or tobacco
products or the name of any cigarette or tQbacco product in any promotion of any event or
product. This prohibition does not apply to any advertisement sponsored by a state, local or
nonprofit entity designed to communication the health hazards of cigarettes and tobacco products
or to encourage people not to smoke or to stop smoking.
26.37. References No reference to this License is necessary in any instrument or
document at any time referring to the Grant Agreement. Any future reference to the Grant
Agreement shall be deemed a reference to such document as amended hereby.
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26.38. Amendments Except as expressly amended as provided herein the Grant
Agreement shall continue unmodified and remain in full force and effect. The Grant Agreement
and this License constitute the entire agreement between City and Contractor and may not be
modified except by an instrument in writing signed by the party to be charged. In the event of
any conflict between the terms of the Grant Agreement and the terms of this License, the terms of
the License shall control.
26.39. Requiring Health Benefits for Covered Employees. Unless exempt, Licensee
agrees to comply fully with and be bound by all of the provisions of the Health Care
Accountability Ordinance (HCAO), as set forth in San Francisco Administrative Code
Chapter 12Q, including the remedies provided, and implementing regulations, as the same may
be amended from time to time. The provisions of Chapter 12Q are incorporated herein by
reference and made a partofthis License as though fully set forth. The text of the HCAO is
available on the web at www.ci.sf.ca.us\HCAO. Capitalized terms used in this Section and not
defined in this License shalIhave the mearungs assigned to such terms in Chapter 12Q.
(a) For each Covered Employee, Licensee shall provide the appropriate health
benefit set forth in Section 12Q.3 of the HCAO. If Licensee chooses to offer the health plan
option, such health plan shall meet the minimum standards set forth by the San Francisco Health
Commission.
(b) Notwithstanding the above, if the Licensee is a small business as defined in
Section 12Q.3(d) of the HCAO, it shall have no obligation to comply with part (a) above.
(c). Licensee's failure to comply with the HCAO shall constitute a material breach
ofthis License. City shall notify Licensee if such a breach has occurred. If, within 30 days after
receiving City's written notice ofa breach of this License for violating the HCAO, Licensee fails
to cure such breach or, if such breach cannot reasonably be cured within such period of30 days,
Licensee fails to commence efforts to cure within such period, or thereafter fails diligently to
pursue such cure to completion, City shall have the right to pursue the remedies set forth in .
12Q.5(f)(1-S). Each ofthese remedies shall be exercisable individually or in combination with
any other rights or remedies available to City.
(d) Any Subcontract entered into by Licensee shall require the Subcontractor to
comply with the requirements of the HCAO and shall contain contractual obligations
substantially the same as those set forth in this Section. Licensee shall notify City's Purchasing
Department when it enters into such a Subcontract and shall certify to the Purchasing Department
that it has notified the Subcontractor of the obligations under the HCAO and has imposed the
requirements of the HCAO on Subcontractor through the Subcontract. Each Licensee shall be
responsible for its Subcontractors' compliance with this Chapter. If a Subcontractor fails. to
comply, the City may pursue the remedies set forth in this Section against Licensee based on the
Subcontractor's failure to comply, provided that City has first provided Licensee with notice and
an opportunity to obtain a cure of the violation.
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(e) Licensee shall not discharge, reduce in compensation, or otherwise
discriminate against any employee for notifying City with regard to Licensee's compliance or
anticipated compliance with the requirements of the HCAO, for opposing any practice proscribed
by the HCAO, for participating in proceedings related to the HCAO, or for seeking to assert or
enforce any rights under the HCAO by any lawful means.
(t) Licensee represents and warrants that it is not an entity that was set up, or is
being used, for the purpose of evading the intent ofthe HCAO.
(g) Licensee shall keep itselfinfonned ofthe current requirements of the HCAO.
(h) Licensee shall provide reports to the City in accordance with any reporting
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Subtenants, as applicable.
(i) Licensee shall provide City with access to records pertaining to compliance
with HCAO after receiving a written request from City to do so imd being provided at least five
(5) business days to respond.
(j) City may conduct random audits of Licensee to ascertain its compliance with
HCAO. Licensee agrees to cooperate with City when it conducts such audits.
(k) If Licensee is exempt from the HCAO when this License is executed because
its amount is less than $25,000 ($50,000 for nonprofits), but Licensee later enters into an
agreement or agreements that cause Licensee's aggregate amount of all agreements with City to
reach $75,000, all the agreements shall be'thereafter subject to the HCAO., This obligation arises
on the effective date of the agreement that causes the cumulative amount of agreements between
Licensee and the Contracting Department to be equal to or greater than $75,000 in the fiscal year.
26.40. Notification of Limitations on Contributions.
(a) San Francisco Campaign and Governmental Conduct Code (the "Conduct Code")
Section 3.700 et. seq., and San Francisco Ethics Commission Regulations 3.71O(a)-I- 3.730-1,
prohibit the public officials who approved this contract from receiving (1) gifts, honoraria,
emoluments or pecuniary benefits of a value in excess of $50; (2) any employment for
compensation; or (3) any campaign contributions for any elective office for a period of up to six
years from individuals and entities who are "public benefit recipients" ofthe contract. Public
benefit recipients ofthe contract are: (1) the individual, corporation, finn, partnership,
association, or other person or entity that is a party to the contract; (2) an individual or entity that
has a direct 10% equity, or direct 10% participation, or direct 10% revenue interest in that party
at the time the public penefit is awarded; or (3) an individual who is a trustee, director, partner or
officer of the contrac.ting party at the time the public benefit is awarded.
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(b) Licensee understands that any public official who approved this contract may not
accept campaign contributions, gifts, or future employment from Licensee except as provided
under the Conduct Code. Licensee agrees to notify any other individuals or entities that may be
deemed "public benefit recipients" under the Conduct Code because of this contract. Upon
request, Licensee agrees to furnish, before this contract is entered into, such information as any
public official approving this contract may require in order to ensure such official's compliance
with the Conduct Code. Upon request, the City agrees to provide, before this contract is entered
into, Licensee with a list of public officials who, under the Conduct Code, approved this contract. .
Failure of any public official who approved this contract to abide by the Conduct Code shall not
constitute a breach by either the City or Licensee of this contract. Notwithstanding anything to
the contrary in this contract, neither party shall have the right to terminate the contract due to any
failure by the other party to provide the information described in this paragraph.
26.41. Further Instruments The parties hereto agree to execute such further instruments
and to take such further actions as may be reasonably required to carry out the intent ofthis
License.
26.42. Counterparts. This License may be executed in two or more counterparts, each of
which shall be deemed an original, but all of which taken together shall constitute one and the
same instrument.
26.43. Effective Date. This License shall become effective on the date upon which (i)
City's Board of Supervisors adopt a resolution approving this License and the Mayor approves
this License, in their sale and absolute discretion, in accordance with all applicable laws and (ii)
this License is duly executed and delivered by the parties hereto.
NOTWITHSTANDING ANYTHING TO THE CONTRARY CONTAINED IN THIS
LICENSE, LICENSEE ACKNOWLEDGES AND AGREES THAT NO OFFICER OR
EMPLOYEE OF CITY HAS AUTHORITY TO COMMIT CITY TO THIS LICENSE UNLESS
AND UNTIL CITY'S DIRECTOR OF PROPERTY EXECUTES AND AGREES TO THIS
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LICENSE. THEREFORE, ANY OBLIGATIONS OR LIABILITmS OF CITY HEREUNDER
ARE CONTINGENT UPON SUCH ACTIONS
City and Licensee have executed this License as of the date first written above.
LICENSEE:
MARIN DAY SCHOOLS,
a California non-profit cOIporation
By:
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CITY:
CITY AND COUNTY OF SAN FRANCISCO,
a municipal corporation
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(per Admin. Code sectIOn 23.31)
APPROVED AS TO FORM:
DENNIS J. HERRERA, City Attorney
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STANDARD UTILITIES AND SERVICES
The standards set forth below describe the basic utilities and services which are presently
in effect for the Building. City reserves the right to adopt any nondiscriminatory modifications
and additions to such standards, which do not materially impair Licensee's rights under this
License or Licensee's use ofthe Premises. City shall give Licensee reasonable advance notice, in
accordance with the provisions of this License, of any material modifications and additions,
which shall be subject to the reasonable approval of Licensee.
Subject to the terms and conditions of this License, City shall provide the following basic (
utilities and serviCes:
A. Elevator. Unattended automatic passenger elevator facilities serving the floor(s)
on which the Premises are located, on a 24-hour a day, 7 -day a week basis. Freight elevator
. service is available upon reasonable advance written request, subject to rules and regulations
established by City including hours and days of usage.
B. Ventilation; Heating and Air-Conditioning. Ventilation to the Premises, and air-
conditioning and heating to the Premises in season, on a 24-hour a day, 7 -day a week basis, and
at such temperatures and in such amounts as City deems reasonably necessary for the
comfortable occupancy of the Premises, subject to applicable govermnentallaws, ordinances,
rules and regulations. Licensee shall not alter, adjust, tamper 'with or in any manner affect the
installations or facilities supplying climate control to the Building or the Premises.
C. Electricity. Electric current to the Premises on a 24-hours a day; 7-days a week
basis, in such quantity as is reasonably detennined by City to service standard office lighting and
normal fractional horsepower machines for the Premises. If Licensee's electrical installation or
consumption is in excess ofthe quantity described above, Licensee shall reimburse City monthly
for the additional consumption. Licensee shall not connect any apparatus or device with wires,
conduits or pipes, or other means by which the services are supplied, for the purpose of using
additional or extraordinary amounts of the services without the prior written consent of City. At
all times, Licensee's use of electric current shall not exceed the capacity of feeders to the
Building or the Property or the risers or wiring installation, except as provided in working
drawings to City.
D. Water. Water available at current points of supply in public areas for drinking and
lavatory purposes only, on a 24-hours a day, 7-days a week basis.
E. Janitorial Service. Building standard janitorial service to the Premises on a 5-day
per week basis, Monday through Friday, except holidays generally recognized in the City of San
Francisco, provided the Premises are kept reasonably in order by Licensee. Licensee shall pay to
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City any cost incurred by City in excess of the services generally provided for other occupants in
the Building. Licensee shall pay to City the cost of removal of any of Licensee's extraordinary
refuse or rubbish.
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RULES AND REGULATIONS
1. The sidewalks, halls, passages, exits, entrances, elevators and stairways of the Building
and the Property shall not be obstructed by Licensee or used by it for any purpose other
than for ingress to and egress from the Premises. City shall in all cases retain the right to
control and prevent access to the halls, passages, exits, entrances, elevators, escalators
and stairways are not for the use of the general public, and City shall in all cases retain the
right to control and prevent access thereto of all persons whose preSence in the judgment
of City would be prejudicial to the safety, character, reputation and interests of the
Building and the Property and its occupants, visitors or invitees, provided that nothing
herein contained shall be construed to prevent such access to persons with whom
Licensee normally deals in the ordinary course of its business, unless such persons are
engaged in illegal activities. Licensee shall not go upon the roof of the Building, except
in areas that City may designate as "Common Areas" from time to time.
2. No sign, placard, picture, name, advertisement or notice visible from the exterior of the
Premises or the Property shall be installed or displayed by Licensee on any part ofthe
outside or inside of the Building or the Property without the prior written consent of City.
City shall have the right to remove, at Licensee's expense and without notice, any sign
installed or displayed in violation of this rule. All approved signs or lettering shall be
printed, painted, affixed or inscribed at the expense of Licensee by a person approved by
City, which approval will not be unreasonably withheld. Material visible from outside
the Building or the Property will not be pennitted.
3. The Premises shall not be used for the storage of merchandise held for sale to the general
public or for lodging. No cooking shall be done or permitted by Licensee on the
Premises, except that use by Licensee of Underwriters' Laboratory-approved microwave
oven and portable equipment for brewing coffee, tea, hot chocolate imd similar beverages
shall be pennitted, provided that such use is in accordance with all applicable federal,
state and local laws, codes, ordinances, tules and regulations ..
4. Licensee shall not employ any person or persons other thari the janitor of City for the
purpose of cleaning the Premises, unless otherwise agreed to by City in writing. Except
with the written consent of City, no person or persons other than those approved by City
shaH be pennitted to enter the Building for the purpose of cleaning same. Licensee shall
not cause any unnecessary labor by reason of Licensee's carelessness or indifference in
the preservation of good order and cleanliness. Janitor service will not be furnished on
nights when rooms are occupied after 9:00 p.m. unless, by agreement in writing, service
is extended to a later hour for specifically designated rooms.
5. City will furnish Licensee with two (2) keys to the Premises, free of charge. City may
make a reasonable charge for such additional keys and for having locks changed.
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Licensee shall not make or have made additional keys without City's prior written
consent, which consent shall not be unreasonably withheld or delayed. Licensee shall not
alter any lock or install any new or additional locking devices without the prior written
consent of City. All locks installed in the Premises, excluding Licensee's vaults and
safes, or special security areas (which shall be designated by Licensee in a written notice
to City), shall be keyed to the Building master key system. City may make reasonable
charge for any additional lock or any bolt (including labor) installed on any door of the
Premises. Licensee, upon the termination of its tenancy, shall deliver to City all keys to
doors in the Premises. If Licensee loses any keys, Licensee shall pay City for the cost of
re-keying the Premises.
6. The elevators to be used for the loading of freight shall be available to Licensee in
accordance with such reasonable scheduling as City shall deem appropriate. Licensee.
shall schedule with City, by written notice given no less than forty-eight (48) hours in
advance, its move into or out of the Building, which moving shall occur only on weekend
days if required by City; and Licensee shall reimburse City upon demand for any
additional security or other charges incurred by City as a consequence of such moving.
The persons employed by Licensee to move equipment or other items in or out of the
Building must be accept!lble to City. The floors, comers and walls of elevators and
corridors used for the moving of equipment or other items in or out ofthe Building must
be adequately covered, padded and protected, and City may provide such padding and
protection, at Licensee's expense, if City determines that such measures undertaken by
Licensee or Licensee's movers are inadequate. City shall have the right to prescribe the
weight, size and position of all equipment, materials, supplies, furniture or other property
brought into the Building. Heavy objects shall, if considered necessary by City, stand on
wood strips of such thickness liS is necessary to properly distribute the weight of such
objects. City will not be responsible for loss of or damage t6 any such property from any
cause, and all damage done to the Building by moving or maintaining Licensee's property
shall be repaired at the e x p e n ~ e of Licensee.
7. Licensee shall not use or keep in the Premises or the Building any kerosene, gasoline or
flammable, combustible or noxious fluid or materials or use any method of heating or air
conditioning other than those limited quantities necessary for the operation and
maintenance of normal office equipment. Licensee shall not use, keep or permit or suffer
the Premises to be occupied or used in a maimer offensive or objectionable to City or
other occupants of the Building by reason of noise, odors, and/or vibrations, or interfere
in any way with other Licensees or those having business in the Building.
8. City shall in no case be liable for damages for any error with regard to the admission to or
exclusion from the Building of any person. In the case of invasion, mob, riot, public
excitement or other circumstances rendering such action advisable in City's opinion, City
reserves the right to prevent access to the Building during the continuance of same by
such action as City may deem appropriate, including closing any doors in the Building.
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9. The directory ofthe Buildingwill be provided for the display of the name and location of
Licensees and a reasonable number of the principal officers and employees ilfLicensees,
and City reserves the right to exclude any other names therefrom. Any additional name
that Licensee shall desire to place upon the directory triust first be approved by City and,
if so approved, a charge will be made for each such name.
10. Licensee shall not cut or bore holes for wires in the partitions, woodwork or plaster of the
Premises. Licensee shall not affix any floor covering to the floor of the Premises in any
manner except as approved by City.
11. . No curtains, draperies, blinds, shutters, shades, screens or other coverings, hangings or
decorations shall be attached to, hung or placed in, or used in connection with any
window of the Building without City's prior written consent. In any event, with the prior
written consent of City, such items shall be installed on the office side of City's standard (
window covering and shall in no way be visible from the exterior of the Building.
12. Licensee shall see that the doors o f t h ~ Premises are closed and locked and that all water
faucets, water apparatus and utilities are shut off before Licensee or Licensee's employees
leave the Premises, so as to prevent waste or damage, and for any default or carelessness
in this regard Licensee shall make good all injuries sustained by other Licensees or
occupants ofthe Building or City. On multiple-tenancy floors, all Licensees shall keep
the doors to the Building corridors closed at all times except for ingress and egress, and
all Licensees shall at all times comply with any rules or orders of the fire department with
respect to ingress and egress ..
13. The toilet rooms, toilets, urinals, wash bowls and other apparatus shall not be used for
any purpose other than that for which they were constructed, no foreign substance of any
kind whatsoever shall be deposited therein. The expense of any breakage, stoppage or
damage resulting in any violation ofthis rule shall be borne by Licensee.
14. Except with City's prior consent, Licensee shall not sell, or permit the sale from the
Premises of, or use or permit the use of any sidewalk or mall area adjacent to the
Premises for the sale of, newspapers, magazines, periodicals, theater tickets or any other
goods, merchandise or service, nor shall Licensee carry on, or permit or allow any
employee or other person to carry on, business in or from the Premises for the service or
accommodation of occupants or any other portion of the Building, nor shall the Premises
be used for manufacturing of any kind, or for any business or activity other than that
. specifically provided for in Licensee's License.
15. Licensee shall not install any radio or television antenna, loudspeaker, or other device on
or about the roof area or exterior walls of the Building or elsewhere on the Property
without the prior written consent of City. Licensee shall not interfere with radio or
television broadcasting or reception from or in the Building or the Property or elsewhere.
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16. Licensee shall not use in the Premises or in the conunon areas of the Building, any hand-
trucks except those equipped with rubber tires and side guards or such other material-
handling equipment as City may approve.
17. Licensee shall store all its trash and garbage within the Premises until removal of the
same to such location in the Building or the Property as may be designated from time to
time by City. No material shall be placed in the Building trash boxes or receptacles if
such material is of such nature that it may not be disposed ofin the ordinary and
customary manner of removing and disposing of trash and garbage in the City of San
Frandsco without being in violation of any law or ordinance governing such disposal.
18. All loading and unloading of merchandise, materials, garbage and refuse shall
be made .only tlu'ough such entryways and freight elevators and at such times as City shall
designate. In its use of the loading areas of the Building, Licensee shall not obstruct or
permit the obstruction of said loading areas, and at no time shall Licensee park vehicles
therein except for immediate loading and unloading purposes.
19. Canvassing, soliciting, peddling or distribution of handbills or any other written material
in the Building or the Property is prohibited and Licensee shall cooperate to prevent the
same.
20. Except to the extent that compliance would result in a material adverse on the
security of Licensee's operation, Licensee shall immediately, upon request from City
(which request need not be in writing), reduce its lighting in the Premises for temporary
periods designated by City, when required in City's judgment to. prevent overloads of the
mechanical or electrical systems of the Building.
21. City reserves the right to select the name of the Building and to make such change or
'changes of name as it may deem appropriate from time to time, and Licensee shall not
refer to the BUilding by any name other than: (i) the name as selected by City (as the
same may be changed from time to time), or (ii) the postal address approved by the'
United States Post Office. Licensee shall not use the name of the Building in any respect
other than as an address of its operation in the Building without the prior written consent
of the City.
22. Licensee assumes all responsibility for protecting its Premises from theft, robbery and
pitferage, which includes keeping doors locked and other means of entry closed.
23. No vending machine shall be maintained or operated within the Premises or the Building
without City's prior written consent.
24. All incoming mail and package deliveries shall be received at the area in the Building
designated by City for such purposes and distributed through means established by City.
No messenger or other delivelY personnel shall be permitted to enter any area of the
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deliveries .
. 25. City reserves the right to exclude or expel from the Building or the Property any person
who is, in the judgment of City, intoxicated or under the influence of alcohol or other
drug or who is in violation of any of the Rules or Regulations ofthe Building.
26. No animal or bird shall be permitted in the Premises or the Building, except for seeing
eye dogs when in the company of their masters,
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writing or in person at the management office of the Building. Employee of City shall
not perfonn any work or do anything outside of their regular duties unless under special
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28. City may waive anyone or more ofthese Rules and Regulations for the benefit of any
particular Licensee or Licensees, but no such waiver by City shall be construed as a
waiver of these Rules and Regulations in favor of any other Licensee or Licensees, nor
prevent City from thereafter enforcing any such Rules and Regulations against any or all
of the Licensees of the Building,
. 29. Wherever the word "Licensee" occurs in these Rules and Regulations, it is understood
and agreed that it shall mean Licensee's associates, agents,clerks, employees and visitors,
Wherever the word "City" occurs in these Rules and Regulations, it is understood and
agreed that it shall mean City's assigns, agents, officers, employees and visitors.
30. . These Rules and Regulations are in addition to, and shall not be construed in any way to
modify, alter or amend, in whole or part, the terms, covenants, agreements and conditions
of any License of premises in the Building or the Property.
31. City reserves the right to make such other and reasonable rules and regUlations as in its
judgment may from time to time be needed for the safety, care and cleanliness of the
Building, and for the preservation of good order therein,
32. Licensee shall be responsible for the observance of all the foregoing Rules and
Regulations by Licensee's employees, agents, clients, customers, invitees and guests,
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2 HP Vectra VEi 8DT Personal Computers (incl. modem, cd-rom, monitor).
2 HP color printers, 1 facsimile machine. .
2 des!,< chairs on wheels, 3 stools on wheels, 1 round table, 4 visitor chairs.
Peg Perego Triplet Strollers.
Community Playthings - cribs, mattresses, wood tables, chairs, shelving,
room divider, storage units, lockers, toys, wagons .
. Lakeshore Learning Materials educational toys, dolls, puppets, crafts
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Environments pUzzles, tableware, toys, books.
Outgrown custom futons.
Supplies - emergency, first aid, and miscellaneous office supply equipment.
3 Microwave Ovens.
1 combination washer/dryer.
3 refrigerators.
2 st.erilizer/washer .
Kompan playground equipment.
. Little Tikes playground slide.
Community Playgrounds installation, fence, surface.
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MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING
BETWEEN
, DEPARTMENT OF ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES
AND
MARIN DAY SCHOOLS
The Department of Administrative Services (City) is entering into this Memorandum of
Understanding \yith Marin Day Schools (Operator) for the occupation and operation of the City
,Hall Child Care Facility located at 1 Dr. Carlton B. Goodlett Place, Rooms 068 and 081 and
adjacent playground on McAllister Street. The purpose of this Memorandum of Under standi rig
is to further solidifY and clarifY the working relationship between Marin Day Schools and the
Department of Administrative Services.
Operator shall provide child mire services for children enrolled and operate in the City Hall Child
Care Center in the manner generally described:
The target population for the services will be multi-ethnic children, ranging from ages 3
months to 5 yrs. 8 months, from diverse populations and families of all kinds.
The City Hall Child Care facility will be a licensed facility with the State of California,
, Department of Social Services Community Care Licensing, for FTEinfants, ",lL FTE
pre-schoolers and S FTE toddlers.
Operator agrees to provide child care services and related child care services between the
hours 'of7:30 a.m. and 6:30 p.m., Monday through Friday. The facility will be closed on the
following City holidays:
- New Year's Day
- Martin Luther King, Jr. Day
- Presidents Day
- Memorial Day
- Independence Day
- Labor Day ,
- Columbus Day
- Veterans Day
- Thanksgiving
- Day after Thanksgiving
- Christmas Day
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Should a City holiday land on a Saturday, the holiday will be observed on the prior Friday
and, if a City holiday lands on a Sunday, the holiday will be observed on the following
Monday.
Operator agrees to provide quality care and early childhood education curriculum which
includes fine and gross motor development, language acquisition, cognitive development,
and self-help skills. The SFUSD agrees to provide activities promoting positive self-identity
and enhancing self-esteem of the children.
Operator agrees to assess each child's developmental needs and make appropriate referrals as
needed.
Operator agrees to involve the parents in various aspects of program development and
operations; including, but not limited to opportunities to visit and participate in classrooms,
social and recreational events, and parenting classes and support groups.
Operator shall operate in collaboration with comrtmnity-based organizations and educational
institutions.
Operator shall work with the Courthouse Drop-In Child Care Center at 400 McAllister Street
to provide a "safe haven" foIthe City Hall Child Care Center. .
Operator shall maintain a current and valid license with the State of California, Department
of Social Services Community Care Licensing to operate the City Hall Child Care Center.
Operator shall perform and provide all services necessary to comply with State of California,
Department of Social Services Community Care Licensing, programmatic licensing
requirements, including, but not limited to, proper cleaning and sterilization of toys, storage
of medicines, lunches, snacks, recording of child activities and health, cleaning and
disinfecting of diaper changing areas, etc.
Operator shall carry and maintain insurance coverage as defined in the Grant Agreement.
The City shall be an additional insured on the insurance policy.
Operator will maintain and keep in good condition and working order, the facilities,
equipment and furnishings provided by the City.
All equipment, supplies and furnishings paid for by the City shall be property of the City.
An inventory of durable goods will be maintained by the Operator as well as the City. Upon
expiration, revokation and/or non-renewal of the Licensing Agreement and/or Grant
Agreement, an inventory of equipment shall be taken and items damaged or missing shall be
repaired or replaced by Operator.
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Lease of a personal photocopier shall be the responsibility of the Operator. Maintenance,
repair, replacement and supplies shall also be the responsibility ofthe Operator. The City
shall reimburse Operator for the first month's invoice on the photocopier lease.
Operator shall control access into and out of the child care facilities in Rooms 068 and 081.
Operator shall be responsible for the distribution and collection of card keys.
Operator shall secure subsidy andlor other funds for program operations.
Operator shall be responsible for repair, maintenance or replacement of furniture, equipment,
or supplies used in the operations of the child care facilities.
Operator shall not drill, tack or tape items directly on or into the walls. Operator shall
contact Building Services to arrange for the services of an engineer.
Operator shalllockisecure Rooms 68 and 81 and the two adjacent playgrounds when not in
use.
Operator shall be responsible for the safekeeping of all unattached equipment and toys used
or kept in the playgrounds.
Operator shall keep the playground clean and clear of debris and other obstacles during use.
Operator shall work with the City Hall Building Manager on emergency procedures and other
matters related to building security, events and building usage.
The City will provide the following equipment, supplies, furnishings and services to the City
Hall Child Care Center find Operator.
( The City will provide the indoor and outdoor child care facility space in and on City Hall
property to the Operator under the Licensing Agreement to carry out child care, child
development and child education activities for a sum of one dollar per annum ($1.00/year)
for the duration of the Grant Agreement between the City and Operator.
The City shall provide all built"in cabinetry and work surfaces that cannot be freely moved
from the building, electrical and telephone outlets, illumination, bathroom and kitchen
fixtures, and floor and window coverings.
The City shall provide one-time start-up fixtures, furnishings, equipment and supplies. Items
purchased by the City will remain the property of the City. Property of the City may not be
removed from the premises or destroyed without prior authorization by the City.
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The City shall provide scheduled basic building janitorial services including, but not limited
to, cleaning of floors, sinks, and toilets, emptying of trash and recycling receptacles and
scheduled shampooing of carpets. Custodial Services will make every effort to use non-toxic
or least toxic cleaners in the child care facilities. Special requests wiU be handled on a case-
by-case basis.
Carpet shampooing will be performed by the City once every month in the infant rooms and
once every four months in other areas .. A carpet shampooing schedule will be provided by
the General Services Manager. Whenever possible, shamp90ing will be performed on a
Friday after school hours, Saturday or Sunday. Operator will be responsible for removing all
. movable items from areas to be shampooed immediately prior to scheduled service and to
move items back. .
The City shall provide basic building engineering services, including, but not limited to,
changing light bulbs, unclogging sinks and toilets, picture hanging, furniture moving and
repair of built-in items (attaclied to the building). Other requested services or additional
scopes of work shall be paid by Operator to Building Services.
The City shall maintain the landscaping in and around the playground facilities.
The City shall pay for and install telephones for the Operator's use in the course of operating
the City Hall Child Care Center. An invoice shall be provided to the Operator for monthly
telephone service charges and the Operator shall reimburse the City for all charges incurred
on telephone lines installed in the Child Care facilities. Outside services subscribed to by the
Operator, i.e., Internet service provider shall be the responsibility of the Operator.
The City shall provide the Operator with 2 personal computers, 2 ink jet printers and I fax
machine. The use and maintenance of, supplies for, training on, repair, and replacement of
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this equipment shall be the responsibility of the Operator. The equipment shall operate (
independent ofthe City's LAN and WAN. The City will not be providing technical or
administrative support for the computers or related peripheral equipment.
The City shall provide building security and a card key access system, or similar for the child
carefacility. The City shall charge $25 for each replacement card key issued.
The City shall provide cabling, wiring and monitor for the closed circuit cameras within the
child care facilities. Surveillance andlor recordation of activities within the child care
facilities shall be at the discretion ofthe Operator.
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D Department ofAdministrativeBervices
City and County of San Francisco
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Marin Day Schools
100 Shoreline Highway
Building B, Suite 275
Mill ValIey;CA 94941