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HomeMy WebLinkAboutRES 091013-XRESOLUTION NO. 09101.6 w A Resolution authorizing funding agreements between the City of Georgetown and the Assistance League of Georgetown Area, Bluebonnet Trails Community MHMR Center dba Bluebonnet Trails Community Services, Briarwood- Brookwood, Inc. dba Brookwood in Georgetown (BIG), CASA of Williamson County, Texas, Faith In Action Georgetown, Family Eldercare, Georgetown Caring Place dba The Caring Place, Getsemani Community Center, Goodwill Industries of Williamson County Texas, Habitat for Humanity of Williamson County, the Literacy Council of Williamson County, Lone Star Circle of Care, Senior Center at Stonehaven, Williamson- Burnet County Opportunities Inc., and Williamson County Crisis Center dba Hope Alliance, and for these agencies and organizations to continue to provide services for the citizens of Georgetown, and authorizing the Mayor to execute same and the City Secretary to attest. WHEREAS, the City Council finds that public transportation, public health services, financial and other support services to at risk families, volunteer and information and referral services, educational services, affordable housing, mental health and parenting and drug prevention services, nutritional and social support services for the elderly and homebound citizens of Georgetown, crisis and support services for the victims of sexual assault and family violence are not adequately addressed or reasonably addressable by the private sector or other public entities; and, WHEREAS, the City Council finds that the provision of such services accomplishes a public purpose and benefits the community of Georgetown, Texas as it enhances the quality of life and the overall economic development of the city per Chapter 380 of the Local Government Code; and WHEREAS, the City of Georgetown and the Assistance League of Georgetown Area desire to enter into an agreement to assist the Assistance League of Georgetown Area in the provision of clothing for children in need, as identified by duly qualified G.I.S.D. employees or agents, in G.I.S.D.; and WHEREAS, the City of Georgetown and Bluebonnet Trails Community MHMR dba Bluebonnet Trails Community Center desire to enter into an agreement to assist Bluebonnet Trails provides mental health and developmental services to children born with extreme prematurity, prenatally exposed to drugs and alcohol, in foster care, or who develop autism before age three and their families and provides supplies, equipment, staff training, and parent education to parents of children who are eligible for Early Childhood Intervention Services; and WHEREAS, the City of Georgetown and Briarwood- Brookwood, Inc. dba Brookwood in Georgetown (BIG) desire to enter into an agreement to assist Light Texas, Inc. to provide scholarships for adults with special needs to afford the opportunity to attend a day program where they will be productive and give back to their community through volunteer and entrepreneurial experiences; and WHEREAS, the City of Georgetown and Faith in Action Georgetown desire to enter into an agreement to assist Faith in Action provide transportation and other support services to improve the quality of life of senior citizens and help them remain independent; and Resolution No. Description: 2013;11 Soci Serv'ce Funding Agreements Date of Approval: 10 11 —?;„— Page I of 3 WHEREAS, the City of Georgetown and the Georgetown Caring Place dba The Caring Place desire to enter into an agreement to assist The Caring Place to serve central relief location to help families in crisis who live in Georgetown and provide basic needs that include, but are not limited to, food, shelter, clothing, household items, financial assistance for utility bills, rent or mortgage payments, and employment assistance; and WHEREAS the City of Georgetown and the Getsernani Community Center desire to enter into an agreement to assist Getsemani Community Center to provide adult programming for Georgetown's Hispanic Community to provide a place that preserves cultural resources, develops a stronger sense of community and encourages full participation in the larger educational and civic community with the unique and rich gifts of the Hispanic community; and WHEREAS, the City of Georgetown and Habitat for Humanity of Williamson County, Inc. desire to enter into an agreement to assist Habitat for Humanity of Williamson County, Inc. provide affordable homeownership and exterior repair opportunities for low - income families in Georgetown that include increasing outreach and awareness to low- income families in need of affordable home ownership and repair opportunities in Georgetown; rehabilitating homes in partnership with low - income Georgetown families that are accepted into the Habitat program; pre - purchasing homeowner and financial education classes (such as Financial Peace University) to partner families through in- house community collaborations; and providing home repair services to qualified low- income Georgetown homeowners; and WHEREAS, the City of Georgetown and Literacy Council of Williamson County (LCWC) desire to enter into an agreement to assist the LCWC provide Georgetown residents English as a Second Language tutorials for non - English speakers, Adult Basic Education instruction for individuals performing below 611, grade levels, and GED preparation for individuals working to attain their high school equivalency diplomas, and WHEREAS, the City of Georgetown and Lone Star Circle of Care desire to enter into an agreement to assist Georgetown Community Clinic in the provision of medical services for residents of Georgetown who are uninsured or underinsured and are unable to access medical care through other means; and WHEREAS, the City of Georgetown and the Senior Center at Stonehaven (Stonehaven) desire to enter into an agreement to assist the Stonehaven to meet the health, educational, social, recreational and creative needs of the senior citizen population of Georgetown area; and WHEREAS, the City of Georgetown and Williamson County Crisis Center dba Hope Alliance desire to enter into an agreement to assist the Williamson County Crisis Center in the provision of services to survivors of family violence, sexual assault, child abuse, including emergency shelter, crisis intervention, legal advocacy, counseling, support groups, supportive housing and community education crisis and support services to the victims of sexual assault and family violence for the citizens of Georgetown; and Resolution No. Description: 2013/14 Socia Sery cc Funding Agreements Date of Approval a _L3_ Page 2 of 3 WHEREAS, the City of Georgetown and Williamson- Burnet County Opportunities, Inc. (WBCO), desire to enter into an agreement to assist WBCO provide nutritional services for the elderly and homebound citizens of Georgetown. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF GEORGETOWN, TEXAS, THAT: SECTION 1. The facts and recitations contained in the preamble of this resolution are hereby found and declared to be true and correct, and are incorporated by reference herein and expressly made a part hereof, as if copied verbatim. SECTION 2. The Mayor is hereby authorized to execute, and the City Secretary to attest thereto, funding agreements with Assistance League of Georgetown Area, Bluebonnet Trails Community MHMR Center dba Bluebonnet Trails Community Services, B.riarwood- Brookwood, Inc. dba Brookwood in Georgetown (BIG), CASA of Williamson County, Texas, Faith In Action Georgetown, Family Eldercare, Georgetown Caring Place dba The Caring Place, Getsemani Community Center, Goodwill Industries of Williamson County Texas, Habitat for Humanity of Williamson County, the Literacy Council of Williamson County, Lone Star Circle of Care, Senior Center at Stonehaven, Williamson- Burnet County Opportunities Inc., and Williamson County Crisis Center dba Hope Alliance, and on behalf of the City of Georgetown in substantially the same form as denoted in the attached exhibits. SECTION 3. This resolution shall be effective immediately upon adoption. RESOLVED this It 0 day of September, 2013. ATTEST: APPROVED AS TO FORM: � �' ` rridget Chap6ai City Attorney Resolution No. Description: 2013/14 SodayServijce Funding Agreements Date of Approval:__ Page 3 of 3 COUNTY OF WILLIAMSON § AGREEMENT § BETWEEN THE § CITY OF GEORGETOWN AND § THE ASSISTANCE LEAGUE STATE OF TEXAS § OF GEORGETOWN AREA This is an agreement between the City of Georgetown, a Texas Home Rule Municipal Corporation (City), and the Assistance League of Georgetown Area (The Assistance League), for the fiscal year from October 1, 2013, through September 30, 2014 (Agreement.) 1. The City finds that The Assistance League accomplishes a public purpose and benefits the community of Georgetown, Texas as it enhances the quality of life and the overall economic development of the city per Chapter 380 of the Local Government Code. The City finds that the services that The Assistance League will provide pursuant to this Agreement are services that the City would provide, absent this Agreement, within the vision and limitations otherwise placed upon the City. 2. In consideration for the services The Assistance League provides pursuant to this Agreement, the City agrees to pay The Assistance League an amount not to exceed a total of $7,000.00, to be paid in equal quarterly installments by October 15, 2013, and on January 1, 2014, April 1, 2014, and July 1, 2014. 3. As consideration for the funds to be paid by the City, The Assistance League agrees to provide the following as a condition of this Agreement: A. provide school clothing and school shoes for children in need, as identified by duly qualified G.I.S.D. employees or agents, in G.I.S.D.; B. provide reports to the City on or before March 15, 2014, and on or before September 15, 2014, which include progress meeting service objectives, the total number of persons and agencies directly served, and the number of Georgetown citizens served; and C. provide to the City a copy of The Assistance League's annual independent auditor's report based upon its fiscal year. 4. This Agreement shall not be altered, waived, amended or extended, without the written consent of both parties. 5. The Assistance League may not assign this Agreement to another party without the written consent of the City. Social Service Funding Agreement 2013/2014 Assistance League of Georgetown Area Page 1 6. Either party may terminate this Agreement for any reason with written notice to the other party. Notice of termination shall be hand-delivered or sent by certified mail, return receipt requested, to the following addresses: Paul Brandenburg, City Manager City of Georgetown P. O. Box 409 Georgetown, TX 78627-0409 Joanne Harrah, Board Chair Assistance League of Georgetown Area P.O. Box 1178 Georgetown, TX 78627 All obligations under this Agreement shall cease, and the City shall only fund those expenses that actually were expended, up to the date the notice of termination is received. EXECUTED this day of September, 2013. THE CITY OF GEORGETOWN ASSISTANCE LEAGUE OF GEORGETOWN AREA George G. Garver, Mayor ATTEST: Jessica Brettle, City Secretary STATE OF TEXAS COUNTY OF WILLIAMSON Joanne Harrah, Board Chair APPROVED AS TO FORM: Bridget Chapman, City Attorney § CORPORATE ACKNOWLEDGMENT This instrument was acknowledged before me on this the - day of , 2013, by Joanne Harrah, a person known to me, in her capacity as Board Chair of the Assistance League of Georgetown Area, on behalf of said organization. SEAL Social Service Funding Agreement 2013/2014 Assistance League of Georgetown Area Page 2 Notary Public, in and for the State of Texas COUNTY OF WILLIAMSON § AGREEMENT § BETWEEN THE § CITY OF GEORGETOWN AND § BLUEBONNET TRAILS § COMMUNITY MHMR CENTER § DBA BLUEBONNET TRAILS STATE OF TEXAS § COMMUNITY SERVICES This is an agreement between the City of Georgetown, a Texas Home Rule Municipal Corporation (City), and Bluebonnet Trails Community MHMR Center dba Bluebonnet Trails Community Services (Bluebonnet Trails), for the fiscal year from October 1, 2013, through September 30, 2014 (Agreement.) The City finds that Bluebonnet accomplishes a public purpose and benefits the community of Georgetown, Texas as it enhances the quality of life and the overall economic development of the city per Chapter 380 of the Local Government Code. The City finds that the services that Bluebonnet Trails will provide pursuant to this Agreement are services that the City would provide, absent this Agreement, within the vision and limitations otherwise placed upon the City. 2. In consideration for the services Bluebonnet Trails provides pursuant to this Agreement, the City agrees to pay Bluebonnet Trails an amount not to exceed a total of $4,000.00, to be paid in equal quarterly installments by October 15, 2013, and on January 1, 2014, April 1, 2014, and July 1, 2014. 3. As consideration for the funds to be paid by the City, Bluebonnet Trails agrees to provide the following as a condition of this Agreement: A. provides mental health and developmental services to children born with extreme prematurity, prenatally exposed to drugs and alcohol, in foster care, or who develop autism before age three and their families; B. provides supplies, equipment, staff training, and parent education to parents of children who are eligible for Early Childhood Intervention Services. C. provide reports to the City on or before March 15, 2014, and on or before September 15, 2014, which include progress meeting service objectives, the total number of persons and agencies directly served, and the number of Georgetown citizens served; and D. provide to the City a copy of Bluebonnet Trails's annual independent auditor's report based upon its fiscal year. 2013/2014 Social Service Funding Agreement Bluebonnet Trails MHMR Center dba Bluebonnet Trails Community Services Page 1 4. This Agreement shall not be altered, waived, amended or extended, without the written consent of both parties. 5. Bluebonnet Trails may not assign this Agreement to another party without the written consent of the City. 6. Either party may terminate this Agreement for any reason with written notice to the other party. Notice of termination shall be hand- delivered or sent by certified mail, return receipt requested, to the following addresses: Paul Brandenburg, City Manager Andrea Richardson, Executive Director City of Georgetown Bluebonnet Trails Community MHMR P. O. Box 409 1009 N. Georgetown St. Georgetown, TX 78627 -0409 Round Rock, TX 78664 All obligations under this Agreement shall cease, and the City shall only fund those expenses that actually were expended, up to the date the notice of termination is received. EXECUTED this day of September, 2013. THE CITY OF GEORGETOWN BLUEBONNET TRAIL COMMUNITY George G. Garver, Mayor ATTEST: Jessica Brettle, City Secretary STATE OF TEXAS MHMR CENTER DBA BLUEBONNET TRAILS COMMUNITY SERVICES Andrea Richardson, Executive Director APPROVED AS TO FORM: Bridget Chapman, City Attorney § § CORPORATE ACKNOWLEDGMENT This instrument was acknowledged before me on this the day of 2013, by Andrea Richardson, a person known to me, in her capacity as Executive Director of Bluebonnet Trails Community MHMR - Bluebonnet Trails, on behalf of said organization. SEAL Notary Public, in and for the State of Texas 2013/2014 Social Service Funding Agreement Bluebonnet Trails MHMR Center dba Bluebonnet Trails Community Services Page 2 COUNTY OF WILLIAMSON § AGREEMENT § BETWEEN THE § CITY OF GEORGETOWN AND § BRIARWOOD- BROOKWOOD, INC. DBA STATE OF TEXAS § BROOKWOOD IN GEORGETOWN (BIG) This is an agreement between the City of Georgetown, a Texas Home Rule Municipal Corporation (City), and Briarwood - Brookwood, Inc. dba Brookwood in Georgetown (BIG), for the fiscal year from October 1, 2013, through September 30, 2014 (Agreement.) 1. The City finds that BIG accomplishes a public purpose and benefits the community of Georgetown, Texas as it enhances the quality of life and the overall economic development of the city per Chapter 380 of the Local Government Code. The City finds that the services that BIG will provide pursuant to this Agreement are services that the City would provide, absent this Agreement, within the vision and limitations otherwise placed upon the City. In consideration for the services BIG provides pursuant to this Agreement, the City agrees to pay BIG an amount not to exceed a total of $15,000.00, to be paid in a one -time lump sum payment by October 15, 2013. 3. As consideration for the funds to be paid by the City, BIG agrees to provide the following as a condition of this Agreement: A. provide scholarships for adults with special needs to afford the opportunity to attend a day program where they will be productive and give back to their community through volunteer and entrepreneurial experiences; B. create day programs for adults with disabilities; C. provide reports to the City on or before March 15, 2014, and on or before September 15, 2014, which include progress meeting service objectives, the total number of persons and agencies directly served, and the number of Georgetown citizens served; and D. provide to the City a copy of BIG's annual independent auditor's report based upon its fiscal year. 4. This Agreement shall not be altered, waived, amended or extended, without the written consent of both parties. 5. BIG may not assign this Agreement to another party without the written consent of the City. 2013(2014 Social Service Funding Agreement Bria rwood -Brookwood, Inc. dba Brookwood in Georgetown (BIG) Page 1 6. Either party may terminate this Agreement for any reason with written notice to the other party. Notice of termination shall be hand-delivered or sent by certified mail, return receipt requested, to the following addresses: Paul Brandenburg, City Manager City of Georgetown P. O. Box 409 Georgetown, TX 78627-0409 Vivian Shudde, Executive Director Briarwood-Brookwood, Inc. dba Brookwood in Georgetown (BIG) 1525 W. University Avenue Georgetown, TX 78628 All obligations under this Agreement shall cease, and the City shall only fund those expenses that actually were expended, up to the date the notice of termination is received. EXECUTED this day of September, 2013. THE CITY OF GEORGETOWN BRIARWOOD-BROOKWOOD, INC. DBA George G. Garver, Mayor ATTEST: Jessica Brettle, City Secretary STATE OF TEXAS COUNTY OF WILLIAMSON BROOKWOOD IN GEORGETOWN (BIG) Vivian Shudde, Executive Director APPROVED AS TO FORM: Bridget Chapman, City Attorney § CORPORATE ACKNOWLEDGMENT This instrument was acknowledged before me on this the day of 2013, by Vivian Shudde, a person known to me, in her capacity as Executive Director of Brookwood in Georgetown, on behalf of said organization. SEAL Notary Public, in and for the State of Texas 2013/2014 Social Service Funding Agreement Bria rwood -Brookwood, Inc. dba Brookwood in Georgetown (BIG) Page 2 COUNTY OF WILLIAMSON § AGREEMENT § BETWEEN THE § CITY OF GEORGETOWN AND STATE OF TEXAS § CASA OF WILLIAMSON COUNTY TEXAS This is an agreement between the City of Georgetown, a Texas Home Rule Municipal Corporation (City), and Casa of Williamson County (CASA) for the fiscal year from October 1, 2013, through September 30, 2014 (Agreement.) 1. The City finds that CASA accomplishes a public purpose and benefits the community of Georgetown, Texas as it enhances the quality of life and the overall economic development of the city per Chapter 380 of the Local Government Code. The City finds that the services that CASA will provide pursuant to this Agreement are services that the City would provide, absent this Agreement, within the vision and limitations otherwise placed upon the City. 2. In consideration for the services CASA provides pursuant to this Agreement, the City agrees to pay CASA an amount not to exceed a total of $5,000.00, to be paid in equal quarterly installments by October 15, 2013, and on January 1, 2014, April 1, 2014, and July 1, 2014. 3. As consideration for the funds to be paid by the City, CASA agrees to provide the following as a condition of this Agreement: A. provide trained, court - appointed volunteers who advocate for the best interest of abused or neglected children in court on their journey to a safe, permanent home; B. provide reports to the City on or before March 15, 2014, and on or before September 15, 2014, which include progress meeting service objectives, the total number of persons and agencies directly served, and the number of Georgetown citizens served; and C. provide to the City a copy of CASA's aru-ival independent auditor's report based upon its fiscal year. 4. This Agreement shall not be altered, waived, amended or extended, without the written consent of both parties. 5. CASA may not assign this Agreement to another party without the written consent of the City. 6. Either party may terminate this Agreement for any reason with written notice to the other party. Notice of termination shall be hand - delivered or sent by certified mail, return receipt requested, to the following addresses: 2013/2014 Social Service Funding Agreement CASA of Williamson County Texas Page 1 Paul Brandenburg, City Manager City of Georgetown P. O. Box 409 Georgetown, TX 78627-0409 Alisa De Luna, Executive Director CASA of Williamson County Texas P.O. Box 1904 Georgetown, TX 78627 All obligations under this Agreement shall cease, and the City shall only fund those expenses that actually were expended, up to the date the notice of termination is received. EXECUTED this day of September, 2013. THE CITY OF GEORGETOWN CASA OF WILLIAMSON COUNTY TEXAS George G. Garver, Mayor ATTEST: Jessica Brettle, City Secretary COUNTY OF WILLIAMSON Alisa De Luna, Executive Director APPROVED AS TO FORM: Bridget Chapman, City Attorney § CORPORATE ACKNOWLEDGMENT This instrument was acknowledged before me on this the - day of , 2013, by Alisa De Luna, a person known to me, in his capacity as the Executive Director of CASA of Williamson County, on behalf of said organization. SEAL 2013/2014 Social Service Funding Agreement CASA of Williamson County Texas Page 2 Notary Public, in and for the State of Texas COUNTY OF WILLIAMSON § AGREEMENT 3 BETWEEN THE § CITY OF GEORGETOWN AND STATE OF TEXAS § FAITH IN ACTION GEORGETOWN This is an agreement between the City of Georgetown, a Texas Home Rule Municipal Corporation (City), and Faith in Action Georgetown (Faith in Action), for the fiscal year from October 1, 2013, through September 30, 2014 (Agreement.) 1. The City finds that Faith in Action accomplishes a public purpose and benefits the community of Georgetown, Texas as it enhances the quality of life and the overall economic development of the city per Chapter 380 of the Local Government Code. The City finds that the services Faith in Action will provide pursuant to this Agreement are services that the City would provide, absent this Agreement, within the vision and limitations otherwise placed upon the City. 2. In consideration for the services Faith in Action provides pursuant to this Agreement, the City agrees to pay Faith in Action an amount not to exceed a total of $16,000.00, to be paid in equal quarterly installments by October 15, 2013, and on January 1, 2014, April 1, 2014, and July 1, 2014. 3. As consideration for the funds to be paid by the City, Faith in Action agrees to provide the following as a condition of this Agreement: A. transportation services for seniors, 65 and above, to medical appointments, grocery shopping, grocery and prescription delivery, personal errands, community activities, etc.; B. telephone reassurance calls and home visits to provide social contact to assess needs; C. home visits to home -bound clients & handyman services to clients. D. information and referral for senior service needs; E. provide reports to the City on or before March 15, 2014, and on or before September- 15, 2014, which include progress meeting service objectives, the total number of persons and agencies directly served, and the number of Georgetown citizens served; and F. provide to the City a copy of Faith in Action's annual independent auditor's report based upon its fiscal year. 4. This Agreement shall not be altered, waived, amended or extended, without the written consent of both parties. 5. Faith in Action may not assign this Agreement to another party without the written consent of the City. 2013/2014 Social Service Funding Agreement Faith in Action Georgetown Page I 6. Either party may terminate this Agreement for any reason with written notice to the other party. Notice of termination shall be hand-delivered or sent by certified mail, return receipt requested, to the following addresses: Paul Brandenburg, City Manager City of Georgetown P. O. Box 409 Georgetown, TX 78627-0409 Rita Handley, Executive Director Faith in Action Georgetown P.O. Box 743 Georgetown, TX 78627 All obligations under this Agreement shall cease, and the City shall only fund those expenses that actually were expended, up to the date the notice of termination is received. EXECUTED this day of September, 2013. THE CITY OF GEORGETOWN FAITH IN ACTION GEORGETOWN George G. Garver, Mayor Rita Handley, Executive Director ATTEST: APPROVED AS TO FORM: Jessica Brettle, City Secretary Bridget Chapman, City Attorney STATE OF TEXAS § § CORPORATE ACKNOWLEDGMENT COUNTY OF WILLIAMSON § This instrument was acknowledged before me on this the - day of 2013, by Rita Handley, a person known to me, in her capacity as Executive Director of the Faith in Action Caregivers - Georgetown, on behalf of said organization. 61M 2013/2014 Social Service Funding Agreement Faith in Action Georgetown Page 2 Notary Public, in and for the State of Texas COUNTY OF WILLIAMSON § AGREEMENT § BETWEEN THE § CITY OF GEORGETOWN AND § FAMILY ELDERCARE STATE OF TEXAS § This is an agreement between the City of Georgetown, a Texas Home Rule Municipal Corporation (City), and Family Eldercare, for the fiscal year from October 1, 2013, through September 30, 2014 (Agreement.) 1. The City finds that Family Eldercare accomplishes a public purpose and benefits the community of Georgetown, Texas as it enhances the quality of life and the overall economic development of the city per Chapter 380 of the Local Government Code. The City finds that the services Family Eldercare will provide pursuant to this Agreement are services that the City would provide, absent this Agreement, within the vision and limitations otherwise placed upon the City. 2. In consideration for the services Family Eldercare provides pursuant to this Agreement, the City agrees to pay Family Eldercare an amount not to exceed a total of $4,000.00, to be paid in equal quarterly installments by October 15, 2013, and on January 1, 2014, April 1, 2014, and July 1, 2014. 3. As consideration for the funds to be paid by the City, Family Eldercare agrees to provide the following as a condition of this Agreement: A. provide care management and access to resources to maintain or improve health of patients at 3 clinics, including the Lone Star Circle of Care (LSCC) Senior Health Clinic at Lake Aire Medical Center in Georgetown, Texas; B. provide home -based assessments and care management to certain LSCC patients, as well as to provide wrap around community support services and monitor critical components of the medical plan of care in collaboration with LSCC; C. provide reports to the City on or before March 15, 2014, and on or before September 15, 2014, which include progress meeting service objectives, the total number of persons and agencies directly served, and the number of Georgetown citizens served; and D. provide to the City a copy of Family Eldercare's annual independent auditor's report based upon its fiscal year. 4. This Agreement shall not be altered, waived, amended or extended, without the written consent of both parties. 2013/2014 Social Service Funding Agreement Family Eldercare Page 1 5. Family Eldercare may not assign this Agreement to another party without the written consent of the City. 6. Either party may terminate this Agreement for any reason with written notice to the other party. Notice of termination shall be hand - delivered or sent by certified mail, return receipt requested, to the following addresses: Paul Brandenburg, City Manager City of Georgetown P. O. Box 409 Georgetown, TX 78627 -0409 Angela Atwood, Executive Director Family Eldercare 1700 Rutherford Lane Austin, Texas 78756 All obligations under this Agreement shall cease, and the City shall only fund those expenses that actually were expended, up to the date the notice of termination is received. EXECUTED this day of September, 2013. THE CITY OF GEORGETOWN FAMILY ELDERCARE George G. Garver, Mayor EVIRWIN Jessica Brettle, City Secretary ! • *` Angela Atwood, Executive Director APPROVED AS TO FORM: Bridget Chapman, City Attorney § CORPORATE ACKNOWLEDGMENT § This instrument was acknowledged before me on this the day of 2013, by Angela Atwood, a person known to me, in her capacity as Executive Director of the Family Eldercare, on behalf of said organization. SEAL 2013/2014 Social Service Funding Agreement Family Eldercare Page 2 Notary Public, in and for the State of Texas This is an agreement between the City of Georgetown, a Texas Home Rule Municipal Corporation (City), and The Georgetown Caring Place dba The Caring Place (The Caring Place), for the fiscal year from October 1, 2013, through September 30, 2014 (Agreement.) 1. The City finds that The Caring Place accomplishes a public purpose and benefits the community of Georgetown, Texas as it enhances the quality of life and the overall economic development of the city per Chapter 380 of the Local Government Code. The City finds that the services The Caring Place will provide pursuant to this Agreement are services that the City would provide, absent this Agreement, within the vision and limitations otherwise placed upon the City. 2. In consideration for the services The Caring Place provides pursuant to this Agreement, the City agrees to pay The Caring Place an amount not to exceed a total of $50,000.00, to be paid in equal quarterly installments by October 15, 2013, and on January 1, 2014, April 1, 2014, and July 1, 2014. 3. As consideration for the funds to be paid by the City, The Caring Place agrees to provide the following as a condition of this Agreement: A. serve as a central relief location to help families in crisis that live in Georgetown; B. provides basic needs that include, but are not limited to, food, shelter, clothing, household items, financial assistance for utility bills, rent or mortgage payments, and employment assistance; C. coordinate with the City and other community service organizations to provide services to Georgetown residents; D. provide reports to the City on or before March 15, 2014, and on or before September 15, 2014, which include progress meeting service objectives, the total number of persons and agencies directly served, and the number of Georgetown citizens served; and E. provide to the City a copy of The Caring Place's annual independent auditor's report based upon its fiscal year. 4. This Agreement shall not be altered, waived, amended or extended, without the written consent of both parties. 5. The Caring Place may not assign this Agreement to another party without the written consent of the City. 2013/2014 Social Service Funding Agreement The Georgetown Caring Place dba The Caring Place Page 1 6. Either party may terminate this Agreement for any reason with written notice to the other party. Notice of termination shall be hand-delivered or sent by certified mail, return receipt requested, to the following addresses: Paul Brandenburg, City Manager City of Georgetown P. O. Box 409 Georgetown, TX 78627-0409 John Stock, Executive Director The Georgetown Caring Place dba The Caring Place P.O. Box 1215 Georgetown, TX 78626-1215 All obligations under this Agreement shall cease, and the City shall only fund those expenses that actually were expended, up to the date the notice of termination is received. EXECUTED this day of September, 2013. THE CITY OF GEORGETOWN THE GEORGETOWN CARING PLACE DBA — THE CARING PLACE George G. Garver, Mayor ATTEST: Jessica Brettle, City Secretary STATE OF TEXAS jol-m Stock, Executive Director APPROVED AS TO FORM: Bridget Chapman, City Attorney § CORPORATE ACKNOWLEDGMENT This instrument was acknowledged before me on this the day of 2013, by John Stock, a person known to me, in his capacity as Executive Director of the Georgetown Caring Place dba The Caring Place, on behalf of said organization. SEAL 2013/2014 Social Service Funding Agreement The Georgetown Caring Place dba The Caring Place Page 2 Notary Public, in and for the State of Texas COUNTY OF WILLIAMSON § AGREEMENT § BETWEEN THE § CITY OF GEORGETOWN AND § GETSEMANI COMMUNITY CENTER STATE OF TEXAS § ADULT PROGRAMMING This is an agreement between the City of Georgetown, a Texas Home Rule Municipal Corporation (City), and the Getsemani Community Center (GCC) for the fiscal year from October 1, 2013, through September 30, 2014 (Agreement.) 1. The City finds that GCC accomplishes a public purpose and benefits the community of Georgetown, Texas as it enhances the quality of life and the overall economic development of the city per Chapter 380 of the Local Government Code. The City finds that the services that GCC will provide pursuant to this Agreement are services that the City would provide, absent this Agreement, within the vision and limitations otherwise placed upon the City. 2. In consideration for the services GCC provides pursuant to this Agreement, the City agrees to pay GCC an amount not to exceed a total of $5,000.00, to be paid in equal monthly installments by October 15, 2013, and on November 1, 2013, December 1, 2013, January 1, 2014, February 1, 2014, March 1, 2014, April 1, 2014, May 1, 2014, June 1, 2014, July 1, 2014, August 1, 2014 and September 1, 2014. 3. As consideration for the funds to be paid by the City, GCC agrees to provide the following as a condition of this Agreement: A. provide adult programming for Georgetown's Hispanic Community to provide a place that preserves cultural resources, develops a stronger sense of community and encourages full participation in the larger educational and civic community with the unique and rich gifts of the Hispanic community. B. provide reports to the City on or before March 15, 2014, and on or before September 15, 2014, which include progress meeting service objectives, the total number of persons and agencies directly served, and the number of Georgetown citizens served; and C. provide to the City a copy of GCC's annual independent auditor's report based upon its fiscal year. 4. This Agreement shall not be altered, waived, amended or extended, without the written consent of both parties. 5. GCC may not assign this Agreement to another party without the written consent of the City. 201.3(2014 Social Service Funding Agreement Getsemani Community Center — Adult Programming Page 1 6. Either party may terminate this Agreement for any reason with written notice to the other party. Notice of termination shall be hand-delivered or sent by certified mail, return receipt requested, to the following addresses: Paul Brandenburg, City Manager City of Georgetown P. O. Box 409 Georgetown, TX 78627-0409 Rick Vasquez, Board Chair Getsemani Community Center Adult Programming 412 E. 191h Street Georgetown, TX 78626 All obligations under this Agreement shall cease, and the City shall only fund those expenses that actually were expended, up to the date the notice of termination is received. EXECUTED this day of September, 2013. THE CITY OF GEORGETOWN GETSEMANI COMMUNITY CENTER George G. Garver, Mayor ATTEST: Jessica Brettle, City Secretary COUNTY OF WILLIAMSON Rick Vasquez, Board Chair APPROVED AS TO FORM: Bridget Chapman, City Attorney § CORPORATE ACKNOWLEDGMENT This instrument was acknowledged before me on this the - day of -1 2013, by Rick Vasquez, a person known to me, in his capacity as the Board Chair of the Getsemani Community Center, on behalf of said organization. SEAL 2013/2014 Social Service Funding Agreement Getsemani Community Center — Adult Programming Page 2 Notary Public, in and for the State of Texas This is an agreement between the City of Georgetown, a Texas Home Rule Municipal Corporation (City), and Goodwill Industries of Central Texas (Goodwill), for the fiscal year from October 1, 2013, through September 30, 2014 (Agreement.) 1. The City finds that Goodwill accomplishes a public purpose and benefits the community of Georgetown, Texas as it enhances the quality of life and the overall economic development of the city per Chapter 380 of the Local Government Code. Tl-te City finds that the services Goodwill will provide pursuant to this Agreement are services that the City would provide, absent this Agreement, within the vision and limitations otherwise placed upon the City. 2. In consideration for the services Goodwill provides pursuant to this Agreement, the City agrees to pay Goodwill an amount not to exceed a total of $10,000.00, to be paid in equal quarterly installments by October 15, 2013, and on January 1, 2014, April 1, 2014, and July 1, 2014. 3. As consideration for the funds to be paid by the City, Goodwill agrees to provide the following as a condition of this Agreement: A. expand and enhance current employment service offerings for Georgetown residents through the Georgetown Safety Net program. B. provide services that offer basic needs support for clients who are newly employed or seeking employment; C. coordinate with the City and other community service organizations to provide services to Georgetown residents; D. provide reports to the City on or before March 15, 2014, and on or before September 15, 2014, which include progress meeting service objectives, the total number of persons and agencies directly served, and the number of Georgetown citizens served; and E. provide to the City a copy of Goodwill's annual independent auditor's report based upon its fiscal year. 4. This Agreement shall not be altered, waived, amended or extended, without the written consent of both parties. 5. Goodwill may not assign this Agreement to another party without the written consent of the City. 2013/2014 Social service Funding Agreement Goodwill Industries of Central Texas Page 1 6. Either party may terminate this Agreement for any reason with written notice to the other party. Notice of termination shall be hand- delivered or sent by certified mail, return receipt requested, to the following addresses: Paul Brandenburg, City Manager City of Georgetown P. O. Box 409 Georgetown, TX 78627 -0409 Gerald Davis, Executive Director Goodwill Industries of Central Texas 1015 Norwood Park Boulevard Austin, Texas 78753 All obligations under this Agreement shall cease, and the City shall only fund those expenses that actually were expended, up to the date the notice of termination is received. EXECUTED this day of September, 2013. THE CITY OF GEORGETOWN GOODWILL INDUSTRIES OF CENTRAL TEXAS George G. Garver, Mayor ATTEST: Jessica Brettle, City Secretary � y *4191011 W&GI t Gerald Davis, Executive Director APPROVED AS TO FORM: Bridget Chapman, City Attorney § CORPORATE ACKNOWLEDGMENT § This instrument was acknowledged before me on this the day of , 2013, by Gerald Davis, a person known to me, in his capacity as Executive Director of the Goodwill Industries of Central Texas, on behalf of said organization. SEAL 201312014 Social Service Funding Agreement Goodwill Industries of Central Texas Page 2 Notary Public, in and for the State of Texas This is an agreement between the City of Georgetown, a Texas Home Rule Municipal Corporation (City), and Habitat for Humanity of Williamson County, Inc. (Habitat), for the fiscal year from October 1, 2013, through September 30, 2014 (Agreement.) The City finds that Habitat accomplishes a public purpose and benefits the community of Georgetown, Texas as it enhances the quality of life and the overall economic development of the city per Chapter 380 of the Local Government Code. The City finds that the services Habitat will provide pursuant to this Agreement are services that the City would provide, absent this Agreement, within the vision and limitations otherwise placed upon the City. 2. In consideration for the services Habitat provides pursuant to this Agreement, the City agrees to pay Habitat an amount not to exceed a total of $30,000.00, to be paid in equal quarterly installments by October 15, 2013, and on January 1, 2014, April 1, 2014, and July 1, 2014. 3. As consideration for the funds to be paid by the City, Habitat agrees to provide the following as a condition of this Agreement: A. provide affordable homeownership and exterior repair opportunities for Iow- income families in Georgetown; B. increase outreach and awareness to low- income families in need of affordable home ownership and repair opportunities in Georgetown; C. rehabilitate homes in partnership with low- income Georgetown families that are accepted into the Habitat program; D. pre- purchase homeowner and financial education classes (such as Financial Peace University) to partner families through in -house community collaborations; E. provide home repair services to qualified low - income Georgetown homeowners; F. coordinate as appropriate with the City and other community service providers in the provision of services to Georgetown residents; G. provide reports to the City on or before March 15, 2014, and on or before September 15, 2014, which include progress meeting service objectives, the total number of persons and agencies directly served, and the number of Georgetown citizens served; and H. provide to the City a copy of Habitat's annual independent auditor's report based upon its fiscal year. 2013/2014 Social Service Funding Agreement Habitat for Humanity of Williamson County Page 1 4. This Agreement shall not be altered, waived, amended or extended, without the written consent of both parties. 5. Habitat may not assign this Agreement to another party without the written consent of the City. 6. Either party may terminate this Agreement for any reason with written notice to the other party. Notice of termination shall be hand-delivered or sent by certified mail, return receipt requested, to the following addresses: Paul Brandenburg, City Manager Debbie Hoffman, Executive Director City of Georgetown Habitat for Humanity Williamson County P. O. Box 409 P.O. Box 737 Georgetown, TX 78627-0409 Georgetown, TX 78627 All obligations under this Agreement shall cease, and the City shall only fund those expenses that actually were expended, up to the date the notice of termination is received. EXECUTED this day of September, 2013. THE CITY OF GEORGETOWN HABITAT FOR HUMANITY- OF WILLIAMSON COUNTY George G. Garver, Mayor Debbie Hoffman, Executive Director ATTEST: APPROVED AS TO FORM: Jessica Brettle, City Secretary Bridget Chapman, City Attorney STATE OF TEXAS § § CORPORATE ACKNOWLEDGMENT COUNTY OF WILLIAMSON § This instrument was acknowledged before me on this the day of , 2013, by Debbie Hoffman, a person known to me, in her capacity as Executive Director of the Habitat for Humanity of Williamson County, on behalf of said organization. SEAL 2013/2014 Social Service Funding Agreement Habitat for Humanity of Williamson County Page 2 Notary Public, in and for the State of Texas This is an agreement between the City of Georgetown, a Texas Home Rule Municipal Corporation (City), and Literacy Council of Williamson County (LCWC), for the fiscal year from October 1, 2013, through September 30, 2014 (Agreement.) 1. The City finds that LCWC accomplishes a public purpose and benefits the community of Georgetown, Texas as it enhances the quality of life and the overall economic development of the city per Chapter 380 of the Local Government Code. The City finds that the services LCWC will provide pursuant to this Agreement are services that the City would provide, absent this Agreement, within the vision and limitations otherwise placed upon the City. 2. In consideration for the services LCWC provides pursuant to this Agreement, the City agrees to pay LCWC an amount not to exceed a total of $3,500.00, to be paid in equal quarterly installments by October 15, 2013, and on January 1, 2014, April 1, 2014, and July 1, 2014. 3. As consideration for the funds to be paid by the City, LCWC agrees to provide the following as a condition of this Agreement: A. English as a Second Language tutorials for non - English speakers who wish to learn English, Adult Basic Education instruction for individuals performing below 611' grade levels, and GED preparation for individuals working to attain their high school equivalency diplomas; B. coordinate as appropriate with the City and other community service providers in the provision of services to Georgetown residents; C. provide reports to the City on or before March 15, 2014, and on or before September 15, 2014, which include progress meeting service objectives, the total number of persons and agencies directly served, and the number of Georgetown citizens served; and D. provide to the City a copy of LCWC's annual independent auditor's report based upon its fiscal year. 4. This Agreement shall not be altered, waived, amended or extended, without the written consent of both parties. 5. LCWC may not assign this Agreement to another party without the written consent of the City. 2013/2014 Social Service Funding Agreement Literacy Council of Williamson County Page I 6. Either party may terminate this Agreement for any reason with written notice to the other party. Notice of termination shall be hand - delivered or sent by certified mail, return receipt requested, to the following addresses: Paul Brandenburg, City Manager City of Georgetown P. O. Box 409 Georgetown, TX 78627 -0409 Robert Pinhero, Executive Director Literacy Council of Williamson County 2411 Williams Dr., Suite 1 Georgetown, TX 78628 All obligations under this Agreement shall cease, and the City shall only fund those expenses that actually were expended, up to the date the notice of termination is received. EXECUTED this day of September, 2013. THE CITY OF GEORGETOWN LITERACY COUNCIL OF WILLIAMSON COUNTY George G. Garver, Mayor Robert Pinhero, Executive Director ATTEST: APPROVED AS TO FORM: Jessica Brettle, City Secretary Bridget Chapman, City Attorney STATE OF TEXAS § § CORPORATE ACKNOWLEDGMENT COUNTY OF WILLIAMSON § This instrument was acknowledged before me on this the day of 2013, by Robert Pirthero, a person known to me, in his capacity as Executive Director of the Literacy Council of Williamson County, on behalf of said organization. SEAL 2013/2014 Social Service Funding Agreement Literacy Council of Williamson County Page 2 Notary Public, in and for the State of Texas COUNTY OF WILLIAMSON § AGREEMENT T § BETWEEN THE § CITY OF GEORGETOWN AND STATE OF TEXAS § LONE STAR CIRCLE OF CARE This is an agreement between the City of Georgetown, a Texas Home Rule Municipal Corporation (City), and the Lone Star Circle of Care (LSCC), for the fiscal year from October 1, 2013, through September 30, 2014 (Agreement.) 1. The City finds that LSCC accomplishes a public purpose and benefits the community of Georgetown, Texas as it enhances the quality of life and the overall economic development of the city per Chapter 380 of the Local Government Code. The City finds that the services LSCC will provide pursuant to this Agreement are services that the City would provide, absent this Agreement, within the vision and limitations otherwise placed upon the City. 2. In consideration for the services LSCC provides pursuant to this Agreement, the City agrees to pay LSCC an amount not to exceed a total of $100,000.00, to be paid in a one -time lump sum payment by October 15, 2013. 3. As consideration for the funds to be paid by the City, LSCC agrees to provide the following as a condition of this Agreement: A. medical services for residents of Georgetown who are uninsured or underinsured and are unable to access medical care through other means; B. coordinate as appropriate with the City and other community service providers in the provision of services to Georgetown residents; C. provide reports to the City on or before March 15, 2014, and on or before September 15, 2014, which include progress meeting service objectives, the total number of persons and agencies directly served, and the number of Georgetown citizens served; and D. provide to the City a copy of LSCC's annual independent auditor's report based upon its fiscal year. 4. This Agreement shall not be altered, waived, amended or extended, without the written consent of both parties. 5. LSCC may not assign this Agreement to another party without the written consent of the City. 2013/2014 Social Service Funding Agreement Lone Star Circle of Care Page 1 6. Either party may terminate this Agreement for any reason with written notice to the other party. Notice of termination shall be hand-delivered or sent by certified mail, return receipt requested, to the following addresses: Paul Brandenburg, City Manager City of Georgetown P. O. Box 409 Georgetown, TX 78627-0409 Pete Perialas, Jr., Executive Director Lone Star Circle of Care 205 W. University Ave., Suite 200 Georgetown, TX 78626 All obligations under this Agreement shall cease, and the City shall only fund those expenses that actually were expended, up to the date the notice of termination is received. EXECUTED this day of September, 2013. THE CITY OF GEORGETOWN LONE STAR CIRCLE OF CARE George G. Garver, Mayor ATTEST: Jessica Brettle, City Secretary Pete Perialas, Jr., Executive Director APPROVED AS TO FORM: Bridget Chapman, City Attorney § CORPORATE ACKNOWLEDGMENT This instrument was acknowledged before me on this the - day of 2013, by Pete Perialas, Jr., a person known to me, in his capacity as Executive Director of the Lone Star Circle of Care, on behalf of said organization. SEAL 2013/2014 Social Service Funding Agreement Lone Star Circle of Care Page 2 Notary Public, in and for the State of Texas This is an agreement between the City of Georgetown, a Texas Home Rule Municipal Corporation (City), and the Stonehaven Senior Center (Stonehaven), for the fiscal year from October 1, 2013, through September 30, 2014 (Agreement.) 1. The City finds that Stonehaven accomplishes a public purpose and benefits the community of Georgetown, Texas as it enhances the quality of life and the overall economic development of the city per Chapter 380 of the Local Government Code. The City finds that the services Stonehaven will provide pursuant to this Agreement are services that the City would provide, absent this Agreement, within the vision and limitations otherwise placed upon the City. 2. In consideration for the services Stonehaven provides pursuant to this Agreement, the City agrees to pay Stonehaven an amount not to exceed a total of $12,000.00, to be paid in equal monthly installments by October 15, 2013 and on November 1, 2013, December 1, 2013, January 1, 2014, February 1, 2014, March 1, 2014, April 1, 2014, May 1, 2014, June 1, 2014, July 1, 2014, August 1, 2014, and September 1, 2014. 3. As consideration for the funds to be paid by the City, Stonehaven agrees to provide the following as a condition of this Agreement: A. to meet the health, educational, social, recreational and creative needs of the senior citizen population of the Georgetown area; B. provide reports to the City on or before March 15, 2014, and on or before September 15, 2014, which include progress meeting service objectives, the total number of persons and agencies directly served, and the number of Georgetown citizens served; and C. provide to the City a copy of Stonehaven's annual independent auditor's report based upon its fiscal year. 4. This Agreement shall not be altered, waived, amended or extended, without the written consent of both parties. 5. Stonehaven may not assign this Agreement to another party without the written consent of the City. 2013/2014 Social Service Funding Agreement Stonehaven Senior Center Page I 6. Either party may terminate this Agreement for any reason with written notice to the other party. Notice of termination shall be hand- delivered or sent by certified mail, return receipt requested, to the following addresses: Paul Brandenburg, City Manager City of Georgetown P. O. Box 409 Georgetown, TX 78627 -0409 Pat Schneider, Executive Director Stonehaven Senior Center 1704 Hart St. Georgetown, TX 78626 All obligations under this Agreement shall cease, and the City shall only fund those expenses that actually were expended, up to the date the notice of termination is received. EXECUTED this day of September, 2013. THE CITY OF GEORGETOWN STONEHAVEN SENIOR CENTER George G. Garver, Mayor 09—U MN N Jessica Brettle, City Secretary [410121020 WAL411MIN In 311,111 f Pat Schneider, Executive Director APPROVED AS TO FORM: Bridget Chapman, City Attorney § CORPORATE ACKNOWLEDGMENT This instrument was acknowledged before me on this the day of , 2013, by Pat Schneider, a person known to me, in her capacity as Executive Director of Stonehaven Senior Center, on behalf of said organization. SEAL 2013/2014 Social Service Funding Agreement Stonehaven Senior Center Page 2 Notary Public, in and for the State of Texas COUNTY OF WILLIAMSON § AGREEMENT § BETWEEN THE § CITY OF GEORGETOWN AND § WILLIAMSON- BURNET COUNTY STATE OF TEXAS § OPPORTUNITIES, INC. This is an agreement between the City of Georgetown, a Texas Home Rule Municipal Corporation (City), and Williamson- Burnet County Opportunities, Inc. (WBCO), for the fiscal year from October 1, 2013, through September 30, 2014 (Agreement.) 1. The City finds that WBCO accomplishes a public purpose and benefits the community of Georgetown, Texas as it enhances the quality of life and the overall economic development of the city per Chapter 380 of the Local Government Code. The City finds that the services WBCO will provide pursuant to this Agreement are services that the City would provide, absent this Agreement, within the vision and limitations otherwise placed upon the City. 2. In consideration for the services WBCO provides pursuant to this Agreement, the City agrees to pay WBCO an amount not to exceed a total of $6,000.00, to be paid in equal quarterly installments by October 15, 2013, and on January 1, 2014, April 1, 2014, and July 1, 2014. The City also agrees to pay for utility services at the Mary Bailey Head Start Center and Madella Hilliard Neighborhood Center. 3. As consideration for the funds to be paid by the City, WBCO agrees to provide the following as a condition of this Agreement: A. noon meals which provide 1%3 of the daily nutritional requirements, five days a week for senior citizens of Georgetown, to be served in a congregate social setting and delivered to homebound senior citizens; B. coordinate as appropriate with the City and other community service providers in the provision of services to Georgetown residents; C. provide reports to the City on or before March 15, 2014, and on or before September 15, 2014, which include progress meeting service objectives, the total number of persons and agencies directly served, and the number of Georgetown citizens served; and D. provide to the City a copy of WBCO's annual independent auditor's report based upon its fiscal year. 4. This Agreement shall not be altered, waived, amended or extended, without the written consent of both parties. 5. WBCO may not assign this Agreement to another party without the written consent of the City. 2013/2014 Social Service Funding Agreement Williamson- Burnet County Opportunities, Inc. (WBCO) Page 1 6. Either party may terminate this Agreement for any reason with written notice to the other party. Notice of termination shall be hand-delivered or sent by certified mail, return receipt requested, to the following addresses: Paul Brandenburg, City Manager John Doerfler, Interim Executive Director City of Georgetown Williamson Burnet County Opportunities P. O. Box 409 604 High Tech Drive Georgetown, TX 78627-0409 Georgetown, TX 78626 All obligations under this Agreement shall cease, and the City shall only fund those expenses that actually were expended, up to the date the notice of termination is received. EXECUTED this day of September, 2013. THE CITY OF GEORGETOWN WILLIAMSON-BURNET COUNTY OPPORTUNITIES, INC. George G. Garver, Mayor John Doerfler, Interim Executive Director ATTEST: APPROVED AS TO FORM: Jessica Brettle, City Secretary Bridget Chapman, City Attorney STATE OF TEXAS § § CORPORATE ACKNOWLEDGMENT COUNTY OF WILLIAMSON § This instrument was acknowledged before me on this the day of , 2013, by jolm Doerfler, a person known to me, in his capacity as Interim Executive Director of the Williamson - Burnet County Opportunities, Inc., on behalf of said organization. SEAL 2013/2014 Social Service Funding Agreement Williamson -Burnet County Opportunities, Inc. (W13CO) Page 2 Notary Public, in and for the State of Texas This is an agreement between the City of Georgetown, a Texas Home Rule Municipal Corporation (City), and the Williamson County Crisis Center dba Hope Alliance (WCCC), for the fiscal year from October 1, 2013, through September 30, 2014 (Agreement.) 1. The City finds that WCCC accomplishes a public purpose and benefits the community of Georgetown, Texas as it enhances the quality of life and the overall economic development of the city per Chapter 380 of the Local Government Code. The City finds that the services that WCCC will provide pursuant to this Agreement are services that the City would provide, absent this Agreement, within the vision and limitations otherwise placed upon the City. 2. In consideration for the services WCCC provides pursuant to this Agreement, the City agrees to pay WCCC an amount not to exceed a total of $40,000.00, to be paid in equal monthly installments by October 15, 2013 and on November 1, 2013, December 1, 2013, January 1, 2014, February 1, 2014, March 1, 2014, April 1, 2014, May 1, 2014, June 1, 2014, July 1, 20134 August 1, 2014, and September 1, 2014. 3. As consideration for the funds to be paid by the City, WCCC agrees to provide the following as a condition of this Agreement: A. provide services to survivors of family violence, sexual assault, child abuse, including emergency shelter, crisis intervention, legal advocacy, counseling, support groups, supportive housing and community education. B. coordinate as appropriate with the City and other community service providers in the provision of services for Georgetown residents. C. provide reports to the City on or before March 1.5, 2014, and on or before September 15, 2014, which include progress meeting service objectives, the total number of persons and agencies directly served, and the number of Georgetown citizens served; and D. provide to the City a copy of WCCC's annual independent auditor's report based upon its fiscal year. 4. This Agreement shall not be altered, waived, amended or extended, without the written consent of both parties. 5. WCCC may not assign this Agreement to another party without the written consent of the City. 2013(2014 Social Service Funding Agreement Williamson County Crisis Center dba Hope Alliance Page 1 6. Either party may terminate this Agreement for any reason with written notice to the other party. Notice of termination shall be hand - delivered or sent by certified mail, return receipt requested, to the following addresses: Paul Brandenburg, City Manager City of Georgetown P. O. Box 409 Georgetown, TX 78627 -0409 Patty Conner, Executive Director Williamson County Crisis Center dba Hope Alliance 1011 Gattis School Road, Suite 106 Round Rock, TX 78664 All obligations under this Agreement shall cease, and the City shall only fund those expenses that actually were expended, up to the date the notice of termination is received. EXECUTED this day of September, 2013. THE CITY OF GEORGETOWN George G. Garver, Mayor ATTEST: Jessica Brettle, City Secretary • 4 WILLIAMSON COUNTY CRISIS CENTER DBA HOPE ALLIANCE Patty Conner, Executive Director APPROVED AS TO FORM: Bridget Chapman, City Attorney § CORPORATE ACKNOWLEDGMENT This instrument was acknowledged before me on this the day of , 2013, by Patty Conner, a person known to me, in her capacity as Executive Director of Williamson County Crisis Center dba Hope Alliance, on behalf of said organization. SEAL 2013/2014 Social Service Funding Agreement Williamson County Crisis Center dba Hope Alliance Page 2 Notary Public, in and for the State of Texas