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REQ QUEST FOR PRO F OPOSALS S

ENGIN NEERING DESIG CONS G GN SULTING SERVIC G CES FOR RIVE ERSIDE PUBLIC UTILITE P ES WATER W EN NERGY MANAGE M EMENT MAST TER PLA AN Febr ruary 201 11
Proposal Deadli ine: :00AM March 12, 2012, 10: M

CITY OF RIVER F RSIDE PUBLIC UTILIT C TIES DE EPARTME ENT WATE OPER ER RATIONS DIVISION S 2911 Adams Str A reet Riverside, CA 92 2504

REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL (RFP) TABLE OF CONTENTS


Part I Introduction Part II Scope of Work Part III Proposal Content Part IV Submittal Page 3 Page 5 Page 12 Page 13

PART I - INTRODUCTION The City of Riverside, Public Utilities Department (RPU) owns and operates a 110 MGD domestic water system serving nearly 300,000 customers over 75 square miles. RPU also operates an irrigation water system, consisting of a lined canal and pump station, with two wholesale delivery points. Located in the heart of the Inland Empire of southern California, RPU obtains its water from groundwater wells and distributes the water via a system of pumps, pressure reducing valves and storage tanks. The annual system operation and maintenance budget totals approximately $10 Million, not including personnel and water rights costs. This request for proposals (RFP) is to retain a consultant to develop a Water Energy Management Master Plan for RPU Water to optimize energy use, minimize energy costs and, where feasible, develop alternative lower cost sources of energy. RPU serves water to 38 pressure zones. Two of these zones are fed by gravity and represent about 45% of the system demand. Approximately 85% of the demand occurs in the 18 pressure zones that are between the gravity zones operating at hydraulic grade line elevations (HGL) of 997 feet and 925 feet and the 1200 HGL zones. On the production side there are 52 active domestic water wells of which 33 are operated directly by RPU. One well, Meeks and Daley 59, is partly owned by RPU, but operated by Elsinore Valley Water District and is only used on rare occasions. The other 18 wells are owned by RPU, but operated by the Gage Canal Company (Gage). Gage is a mutual water company whose assets are owned by RPU. RPU is the majority shareholder Gage stock and pays annual fees. These fees pay for the cost to operate and maintain Gages wells, pipeline and water conveyance canal. RPU has rights to the portion of water produced by Gages wells and has the ability to exchange non-potable water for additional water from the Gage canal. In addition to the wells, RPU operates 10 water treatment facilities at seven locations and seven chlorination stations. The water treatment facilities include five ion exchange (IX) plants, four granular activated carbon (GAC) plants and one submerged membrane ultrafiltration plant. All but one of these plants use booster stations to assist the source wells in order to increase production the last treatment plant will have an influent booster within 18 months. Of the seven chlorination stations, four convert saline solution to chlorine and the other three inject 12% sodium hypochlorite directly into the system. The treated well water is brought into the Linden-Evans Reservoir complex via three large diameter transmission mains, of which two (Gage Canal Company and North Orange) always operate under gravity conditions. The San Bernardino transmission main operates by gravity up to about 28 million gallons per day (MGD), but has an in-line booster station at the JW North Water Treatment Plant (JW North WTP) that increases the capacity to about 50 MGD. On the distribution side, RPU operates 37 active booster stations with a combined 123 pumps, 19 pressure reducing stations, and 17 storage tanks holding a combined 105 million gallons of storage. As stated above, these service 38 pressure zones operate between a 925 HGL and 1750 HGL. RPU owns, operates and maintains a non-potable delivery system consisting of the Riverside Canal, 3

three active irrigations wells and a booster station to provide exchange water to Gage. In addition, RPU pays the electrical costs for three additional irrigation wells that are operated by Gage. Most of RPUs facilities are powered by electricity. The annual cost for electrical service is about $4 Million and is split between Southern California Edison (SCE) and RPU Electric. The former provides service to most of the wells and treatment plants while the latter provides most of the service to the booster stations. Twelve of the Gage Canal Company domestic water wells are powered by natural gas engines. However, the energy costs for these and seven of their electric wells (on the order of $2 Million/year) are not paid directly by RPU, but reimbursed through fees related to Gage stock owned by RPU. See Exhibit A for City of Riverside Facility spreadsheet. RPU does generate some renewable energy via an experimental in-conduit hydro-turbine. Aside from this, RPU owns large tracts of land in SCE and RPU-electrics service area that may be suitable for renewable energy projects.

PART II - SCOPE OF WORK Introduction The Scope of Work shall include all work necessary to gather, review and analyze data, consult with staff and generate reports to complete a Water Energy Management Master Plan. The anticipated work is outlined in the following summary list of task statements. They are not intended to limit the creativity of the consultant, nor are they intended to be the final task list.

Task 1. Project Management and Administration


Provide project management throughout the course of the project to ensure fulfillment of the project scope of work within budget and schedule. This addresses the management responsibilities associated with proper scheduling review, budget control, invoice preparation as per Citys requirements, coordination with RPU staff and the consultants project team. As part of this project management task, Consultant shall: Maintain a project schedule outlining all tasks, durations, milestone dates and RPU review periods. Through the course of the project consultant will generate technical memorandums related to the tasks below. The consultant will submit draft copies of the technical memorandums to RPU staff for review and will schedule meetings to discuss said technical memorandums. The consultant shall prepare meeting minutes for review by City staff within 5 business days of said meeting. It is anticipated that there will be up to seven (7) meetings to discuss each technical memorandum prior to creating the draft Water Energy Management Master Plan. The Consultant may schedule additional meetings, as needed, to gather information needed to perform analyses. Finally, the Consultant will schedule meetings to review the Final Energy Management Master Plan and to complete the Knowledge Transfer Workshops.

Task 2. Create Energy Baseline and Forecast


RPU desires to develop an energy baseline and forecast upon which gains in energy efficiencies may be calculated in terms of energy consumed and unit costs. In addition, the consultant will perform a Greenhouse Gas Inventory (GHGI). The energy baseline and forecast as well as the GHGI will be delivered to RPU in the form of a spreadsheet model. The consultant will coordinate with staff to collect and analyze relevant information, including, but not limited to: Power consumption (electric and natural gas) for water production, treatment and distributions facilities. This task includes obtaining information related to facilities operated by Gage. Some of the data may be found in electronic spreadsheets kept by RPUs Water Operations group, but other data may need to be gathered from hand written data. Data gathered from Gage will likely be in the form of handwritten or printed data. Vehicle usage by the RPU Water Operations group as well as the Gage water production group. The intent is to develop a baseline and forecast for those vehicles needed to operate 5

and maintain the production and distribution system. It is estimated that this review will include about 50 vehicles. Components for Time-of-Use (TOU) rates for both SCE and RPU-Electric that is applicable to RPU-water facilities. RPU Planning reports related to the anticipated levels of production and consumption including the latest Urban Water Management Plan, the Water Master Plan and the Integrated Water Management Plan, if available. The hydraulic water model will be made available upon request. The City uses H20Map hydraulic modeling software version 9.5 and will provide the data files upon request.

The energy baseline and forecast will be developed for each vehicle and facility and then aggregated and will consider the total amounts and costs of electricity, natural gas, propane, gasoline and diesel fuel currently used by RPU and Gage to produce and distribute water. The forecast will project the amounts and costs of the energy sources listed above for the next 20 years. The Greenhouse Gas Inventory will estimate the current level of greenhouse gases generated for each site and vehicle in terms of metric tons. The spreadsheet model will include all current and proposed pumping plants (i.e. wells, boosters and treatment plant boosters), power sources, Utility rate structures (current and anticipated rates including tiers, TOU, components, etc.) and GHG emissions from their current and projected energy portfolios. All this data will be inter-linked to facilitate calculations of energy consumption based on demands and efficiencies, energy costs based on rate structures, and GHG emissions based on electric utilities portfolios as intended in the task. The model will be capable of being modified to include new information and will be capable of being expanded to include new facilities. Finally, the model will retain sufficient resolution to analyze stations (multiple pumping plants) and hydraulic pressure zones (multiple stations). The City will provide approximately 2 years of electrical and water pumping data in Excel spreadsheet format. Consultants shall conduct interviews with operation staff. The Consultant shall prepare and submit eight copies of the Technical Memorandum with a CD containing the electronic files in both source format and Portable Document Format (PDF) and meet with City staff and address any concerns that staff may have. Consultant shall incorporate any comments as addressed above and issue a final Technical Memorandum. Consultant shall submit spreadsheet model to City in Excel spreadsheet format for review and meet with staff to discuss and incorporate any comments of the model.

Task 3. Natural Gas Engines vs. Electric Motors


As stated above, most of RPUs domestic water comes from electric-powered wells and a few are powered by Internal Combustion Engines (ICE) fueled by natural gas. Due to the policies of the Southern California Air Quality Management District (SCAQMD), RPU recently converted one of its wells from ICE to electric. However, RPU recognizes that there are strategic advantages to having wells powered by ICE, e.g. electrical power outages and increasing electrical TOU rates. For this reason one current project, Gage Well 33-1R, will include a dual drive, which will allow the 6

well to be powered by a natural gas ICE or an electric motor. The intent of this task is for the consultant to provide RPU with information and recommendations necessary to make strategic decisions regarding the usage of electric and/or gas wells. The consultant will analyze the advantages and disadvantages of electric motors versus ICE and will provide recommendations based upon criteria to be developed by the consultant (in consultation with RPU), including: Constraints and costs associated with SCAQMD compliance Life cycle of the assets Financing costs (assuming both debt and cash financing) Capital expenditures Operation and Maintenance costs Repair / replacement costs Actual and projected fuel and energy prices Regulatory compliance costs Greenhouse gas emissions Vulnerabilities to disaster that are relevant to the Riverside-San Bernardino area Reliability of the fuel / power source

In conjunction with this analysis the consultant will provide recommendations for the 11 existing Gage wells using ICE. The consultant should be able to investigate the following: a) Should these facilities continue to use ICE or be converted to electric or be converted to dual drive? b) If they should be converted to dual drive, which drive should be primary? c) What are the cost/benefits of using electric motors during the winter months and ICE during the summer months? The Consultant shall prepare and submit eight copies of the Technical Memorandum with a CD containing the electronic files in both source format and Portable Document Format (PDF) and meet with City staff and address any concerns that staff may have. Consultant shall incorporate any comments as addressed above and issue a final Technical Memorandum.

Task 4. Alternative forms of Energy


RPU owns nearly 1,000 acres of land spread over several parcels. Over 40 of the parcels are greater than 5 acres in size and several may be suitable for alternative energy sources. RPU and Gage also have large capacity natural gas services in a few locations. The consultant will review the feasibility, pros and cons, life cycle costs and funding opportunities for renewable energy production including, but not limited to wind, solar power, micro-turbines and fuel cells. This review will include facilities owned and operated by RPU and power purchasing agreements (PPA). For RPU owned facilities the consultant will use similar criteria as given in Task 3. 7

After completing this review, the consultant will present its finding to RPU staff and jointly they will screen several sites to be considered for renewable energy projects. The consultant will include these potential sites in its report. A list of parcels that are owned by the City will be provided in an excel spreadsheet format to the Consultant. The Consultant shall prepare and submit eight copies of the Technical Memorandum with a CD containing the electronic files in both source format and Portable Document Format (PDF) and meet with City staff and address any concerns that staff may have. Consultant shall incorporate any comments as addressed above and issue a final Technical Memorandum.

Task 5. System Efficiency Review


The consultant will provide a review of the hydraulic water system operated by RPU. The consultant shall have access to a copy of the Citys hydraulic water model software (H2OMap Version 9.5 by Innovyze) data. Wells For Gage and RPU wells, the consultant will review last five years of pump testing data, well logs and pump curves. The consultant will provide recommendations regarding types and frequencies of testing that should be done in order to effectively monitor well and pumping plant efficiencies. The consultant will also review the current instrumentation at each site and provide recommendations as to additional instrumentation that may be needed in order to monitor real-time electrical efficiencies. It is anticipated that the consultant will be able to do this work using site photos, reviewing lists of installed equipment and consulting with RPU staff. The consultant will also provide recommendations regarding the effectiveness of using variable frequency drives (VFDs) to manage fluctuating water tables and system demands. GAC and IX Treatment Plants As mentioned above, RPU operates several treatment plants. Currently, RPU operates eight GAC/IX filtration plants at five sites. Four of the plants have influent boosters and the fifth will have one in the near future. These boosters reduce the discharge pressures of the wells, increasing their discharge flowrates. The consultant will review the range of flowrates, the headlosses through the filters, the pump curves of the feeder wells, the pump curves of the influent boosters and the configuration of the influent boosters and provide recommendations regarding the efficient operation of the influent boosters, include their sizing and control. Production Transmission The consultant will review the configuration and operation of the Gage pipeline and provide recommendations regarding the installation of an inline booster in the vicinity of Loma Linda to reduce the discharge pressures on the Gage Wells. For the Waterman/San Bernardino Supply Transmission Main, the consultant will provide recommendations regarding the installation of a large reservoir (e.g. 5 or 10 Million Gallons) in order to reduce peak period energy usage by varying well production on a time-of-use basis. Booster Pump Stations The consultant will review the operation and control of the pumping plants at each of the booster stations and provide recommendations for efficiency improvements. Of particular importance, RPU has approximately 10 pressure zones that are not directly supported by storage tanks. The majority of these zones are small dead-end zones at high elevations for which 8

there is no land available for gravity storage reservoirs or for which the financial economics (due to terrain and/or distance) does not justify construction of the gravity storage reservoirs and the associated inlet/outlet pipelines. The consultant will review the pumping plants and piping configurations for the stations that feed these zones and provide recommendations for cost effective projects or measures that may increase the energy efficiencies of these booster stations and pressure reducing stations, where applicable. Among other things, the consultant will consider the use of VFDs and/or hydro-pneumatic pressure tanks. If a tank is recommended, the consultant shall provide the sizing and operating parameters. There are two large zones without reservoirs that operate at a HGL of 1100, Chicago and Victoria. For these two zones the consultant will only review the operation and control of the attendant facilities. Storage Tank Optimization RPU owns or has considered approximately seven locations for future domestic water storage tanks for roughly 50 MG of additional distribution system storage. The consultant shall work with RPU staff to model these sites (e.g. diurnal curves and transmission/distribution inefficiencies) and identify cost effective opportunities to reduce peak period energy usage. The consultant will recommend tank sizes, tank elevations and inlet/outlet pipe sizes. The Consultant shall submit eight copies of the Technical Memorandum with a CD containing the electronic files in both source format and Portable Document Format (PDF) and meet with City staff and address any concerns that staff may have. Consultant shall incorporate any comments as addressed above and issue a final Technical Memorandum.

Task 6. Real Time Energy Management System Feasibility


RPU is considering an automated or semi-automated system that will forecast near future water demands and will generate operating recipes for the domestic water system that will minimize energy use and/or costs while maintaining system components within user defined parameters. The consultant will review RPUs SCADA software, water modeling software and RPUs ability to control remote facilities and provide recommendations for a real time energy management system (RTEMS). RPUs preference is to maximize the utilization of its existing software, but will consider other systems such as Dercetos Aquadept or other similar solutions. The consultant will estimate annualized cost of the RTEMS versus the anticipated savings that the system will yield. This work will include an estimation of the capital costs, annual costs, and number of years for payback through energy savings. The Consultant shall prepare and submit eight copies of the Technical Memorandum with a CD containing the electronic files in both source format and Portable Document Format (PDF) and meet with City staff and address any concerns that staff may have. Consultant shall incorporate any comments as addressed above and issue a final Technical Memorandum.

Task 7. Grants and Funding Opportunities


Consultant will investigate any and all source programs that state, federal and local utility agencies may have in the form of grants and low interest loans to offset the cost of preparing the design and construction of recommended improvements. The Consultant shall prepare and submit eight copies of the Technical Memorandum with a CD containing the electronic files in both source format and Portable Document Format (PDF) and meet with City staff and address any concerns that staff may have. Consultant shall incorporate any comments as addressed above and issue a final Technical Memorandum.

Task 8. Energy Management Master Plan


The consultant will formalize this work into a Water Energy Management Master Plan (WEMMP). It is anticipated that Tasks 2 through 7 and possibly Task 10 will each generate one or more sections of the WEMMP, which will also include a section that summarizes and ranks the recommended projects in order of strategic costs / benefits. The WEMMP will summarize each recommended energy improvement including the energy efficiency improvement, cost savings, greenhouse gas emission reduction, capital costs, annual costs, and number of years for payback. Also, included in the WEMMP will include a schedule and capital costs for implementing recommended energy improvements to the system and implementation of the energy management system. The capital improvement schedule will be used to develop capital investments over a short period of five years and long time period of ten years. All Technical Memorandums are to be merged into one complete draft Water Energy Management Master Plan Report. The Consultant shall submit eight copies of the draft report with a CD containing the electronic files in both source format and Portable Document Format (PDF) to be reviewed by City staff. Within 2 weeks of issuance of the draft report the Consultant shall meet with City staff and address any concerns that staff may have. Report shall also include an executive summary. Consultant shall incorporate any comments as addressed above and issue a final Water Energy Management Master Plan Report. Final Water Energy Management Master Plan shall be submitted by Consultant within two weeks after meeting with staff. The Consultant shall submit eight copies of the final report with a CD containing the electronic files in both source format and Portable Document Format (PDF).

Task 9. Knowledge Transfer Workshops


Consultant shall provide a budget of $10,000 to facilitate two (2) consultant instructor led workshops with City staff to transfer pertinent project and technical knowledge within the technical memorandums to City staff. Consultant shall provide power-point presentations (electronic and hard copy) to document specific project issues, engineering data, decision points, and other relevant 10

information. Workshops will be hosted at a City facility, and be 4 hours in duration, including a break at the mid-point.

Task 10. JW North Treatment Plant Energy Audit (Optional)


RPU owns and operates a 10 MGD rated submerged ultrafiltration treatment plant consisting of a head tank, raw water filters, potassium permanganate injection system, detention tank, five submerged membrane basins containing GEs Zeeweed 1000 membrane system, effluent boosters, a clean-in-place system that includes chemical feed pumps and circulation systems, aeration systems and hydraulic air control systems. The consultant will review RPUs methods and procedures for operating the four (soon to be five) Flume Wells and the treatment plant, and provide recommendations for operating the wells and plant at a target of 6,000 ac-ft/year of potable water supply efficiently while maintaining the longevity of the membranes. The Flume Wells can also supply irrigation water to the Riverside Canal to supplement the three RPU irrigation wells (and three Gage irrigation wells), thereby linking the analysis of total Flume Well production to the irrigation supply efficiency analysis. The Consultant shall prepare and submit eight copies of the Technical Memorandum with a CD containing the electronic files in both source format and Portable Document Format (PDF) and meet with City staff and address any concerns that staff may have. Consultant shall incorporate any comments as addressed above and issue a final Technical Memorandum.

Task 11. Irrigation Control Engineering Services (Optional)


A potential solution for reducing peak energy usage and/or reducing the need to import water is to manage irrigation controllers for large customers. The consultant will investigate the leading satellite or internet-based irrigation control companies and identify opportunities for partnerships whereby RPU can partner with its large customers to remotely schedule irrigation controllers. The Consultant shall prepare and submit eight copies of the Technical Memorandum with a CD containing the electronic files in both source format and Portable Document Format (PDF) and meet with City staff and address any concerns that staff may have. Consultant shall incorporate any comments as addressed above and issue a final Technical Memorandum.

Task 12. Additional Engineering Services (Optional)


This task includes additional work needed to complete the project and is not-to-exceed ten (10) percent of the proposed fee.

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PART III - PROPOSAL CONTENT The City of Riverside requires each proposer to submit a proposal clearly addressing all of the requirements outlined in this RFP. The proposal shall be submitted in electronic and printed formats. The proposal shall be limited to 25-pages, with 12-point font. Resumes and company qualification brochure data may be added to the 25-page proposal, provided they are located in a separately tabbed Appendix at the back of the proposal. Should the proposer have concerns about meeting any requirements of this RFP, the proposer shall include a clearly labeled subsection with individual statements specifically identifying the concerns and any qualifications and/or exceptions. Though the proposer may submit a proposal organization of their preference, it must be clear and concise, and contain information covering the following topics: A. Scope of the Work Outline expressing the proposers understanding of the project and summarizing the basic approach to provide engineering and consulting services. B. Methodology Complete descriptions that enable the City of Riverside to evaluate the capability and ability of the proposer to efficiently coordinate and manage this project. C. Personnel Resumes of key staff, and other individuals, assigned to the project that will be available for project support. The Contract will provide that any substitution of these key personnel is subject to written approval of the City Riverside. If consultants make substitution of key personnel without the City of Riverside approval, this shall be grounds for termination of Contract. D. Experience of the Company Provide brief description of company experience with energy management, Water Energy Master Plans or similar projects with names and contact information, all performed under the same business name within the last 5 years. E. Estimate of Consulting Fee The proposal shall include an estimated engineering fee for the project. The estimated fee shall be prepared to indicate the following items for the project: 1. 2. 3. F. Labor allocation for each major project task as indicated in Part II - Scope of Work for the project and any additional tasks deemed required by the proposer. All anticipated expense items. An hourly rate schedule for all personnel and their title indicated in the proposal.

Completion Schedule

The consultant shall clearly indicate an alternative project schedule if the project schedule provided in this RFP is deemed not adequate.

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PART IV - SUBMITTAL Mailing Instructions Mail (or hand deliver) proposals to: Todd Jorgenson, P.E. Water Operations Manager Public Utilities Department 2911 Adams Street Riverside, CA 92504 (951) 351-6263 tjorgenson@riversideca.gov Inquiries Any questions, interpretations, or clarifications, either administrative or technical, about this RFP shall be addressed to Todd Jorgenson (Water Operations Manager) or to Ernest Marquez (Project Manager) at (951) 826-5409, e-mail:emarquez@riversideca.gov. Should the City find that the point in question is not clearly and fully set forth; the City may issue a written Addendum which will be sent to all RFP holders of record. The City of Riverside will not be responsible for any other explanation, interpretation of the RFP, or any oral instructions. Any concerns regarding this RFP must be called to the attention of the City prior to the proposal submittal date set forth herein. Submittal Date Proposals are due no later than 10:00 a.m., on March 12, 2012. This time and date is fixed and extensions will not be granted. Riverside does not recognize the U.S. Postal Service or any other organization as its agent for purposes of receiving proposals. All proposals received after the deadline will be rejected. Proposal Evaluation In order to be considered, a minimum of eight (8) hard copies of the proposal and one PDF format electronic version on CD must be submitted. Proposals should provide a straightforward and concise presentation adequate to satisfy the requirements of this RFP. The consultants proposal should emphasize a clear understanding of the project and the necessary resources to perform the intended work. Responsiveness to the RFP will be the principal basis for evaluation. Proposal Selection Riverside reserves the right, without qualification, to: 1. 2. Reject all proposals; and Exercise discretion and apply its judgment with respect to any proposals submitted. 13

All proposals become the property of Riverside. Final disposition will be made according to the policies thereof, including the right to reject all proposals. Consultant Selection Procedure The following is an outline of the procedures Riverside will use in the selection process: 1. Screening and Selection Committee (Committee), which consist of representatives of the City of Riverside Public Utilities Department, will review the proposals submitted by the prospective consultants. The Committee will select proposals that qualify based on the following factors: A. Experience of the consultant and staff selected to work on the project in the expertise of developing Water Energy Management Master Plans. B. Record of the firm and Project Manager in accomplishing the work within the required time. C. Experience in identifying and obtaining and funding for energy management projects from federal, state and local agencies. D. Clear understanding of the proposed Scope of Work. E. Methodology to be employed in conducting the project. F. 3. 4. Record of the firm and Project Manager in being responsive to the clients requests. G. Estimated fees for the proposed Scope of Work. The Committee, at its discretion, may select 3 to 4 firms to participate in an interview process. The Committee will rank the consultants and recommend the consultant to be selected for the project, based upon demonstrated competence and qualifications for the type of services to be performed at fair and reasonable prices; record of the firm in accomplishing proposed work; quality of work performed previously by the firm for the City of Riverside (if applicable); and recent experience showing accuracy of cost estimates. The Contract documents will be prepared by the City of Riverside and forwarded to the Consultant for execution and return to the City within ten (10) business days. After review and approval of the Contract documents, as to form, by the City Attorney, the Contract will be scheduled for Award by the City of Riverside Board of Public Utilities. The Consultant will be notified after Award and final approval of the Contract documents.

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Contract Terms 1. Contractual terms will include: A. Not-to-exceed price for services. B. Business Tax Registration requirements. C. Liability insurance requirements, including: a. b. Commercial and General* Business Auto and Commercial*

D. Workers Compensation and Employers Liability Insurance requirements.* H. Errors and Omissions Professional Liability* *(see attached sample agreement for specific limits) F. Scope of Work. G. Completion schedule. H. Schedule of fee estimate with spreadsheet breakdown by main and sub-task groups with labor estimates. (Include individuals name and title, hourly rate and negotiated multiplier) I. 2. Substitution of key personnel without prior written approval by the City of Riverside shall be the basis of termination of the Contract.

Method of Compensation

Once a month, Riverside will process the Consultants request for payment on the basis of an estimate prepared by the Consultant, and approved by Riverside Public Utilities General Manager or his designee, for work completed during the preceding month. The estimate will cover the work performed by the Consultant during the preceding month, plus the paid invoice cost of expenses directly related to the project. No additional work beyond the approved scope-of-work shall be performed by the Consultant without a written change order issued by Riverside. The Consultants invoice(s) shall include: A. Project name and Riversides Purchase Order number. B. Individuals name, title, number of hours, hourly rate, and total fee for each task and subtask. C. An itemization and explanation of expenses paid during the invoice period; copies of outside services invoices shall be attached. D. The invoice should reflect by Task the following: Task authorization, cumulative previous invoiced, current invoice, and remaining amount available. 15

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A brief report on the past months progress describing the amount of work completed on each task and sub-task. A brief report outlining the next months planned work.

G. Summary table showing percent work completed vs. percent billed for each task and subtask. Consultant shall not exceed the established fees for any of the tasks and subtasks authorized and no transfer of fees among tasks or subtasks will be allowed without written approval by Riverside. In addition, percent billed for each task and subtask shall not exceed percent work completed. 3. Contract Award

The Contract, if awarded, will include the Scope of Work and a not-to exceed Contract Price. It is anticipated that the Award of the contract will be done on May 18, 2012 and a Notice to Proceed issued by May 28, 2012. 4. Contract Agreement

In submitting a Proposal, the Consultant agrees, if selected, to enter into an agreement with the City of Riverside and a sample agreement attached hereto as Exhibit B. The Agreement to be executed by the successful Consultant will conform to the content of the attached sample agreement. However, The City of Riverside reserves the right to update the Agreement to its current standards at the time Riverside makes an Award. Consultants are advised that the substantive provisions of the sample agreement are non-negotiable.

Preliminary Project Schedule Proposal Deadline ................................................................. March 12, 2012 @ 10:00 AM Consultant to be Notified of Interview ....................................................... March 21, 2012 Consultant Interviews, if necessary ............................................................. March 28, 2012 Consultant Selected.......................................................................................... April 6, 2012 Execution and Award of Contract................................................................... May 18, 2012 Notice to Proceed ............................................................................................ May 28, 2012 Draft Water Energy Management Master Plan ..................................................... May 2013 Final Water Energy Management Master Plan ..................................................... June 2013 Meeting time and date for Consultant interviews shall be set by alphabetical order and no preference shall be given to any Consultant. Consultant shall reserve the date as given above to his/her staff members who will be attending the interview.

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Riverside Furnished Services Riverside will be available to answer the Consultants questions regarding the project during all phases of the work. Riverside will provide copies (electronic or printed at the City of Riverside option) of previous relevant reports, personnel lists, and other pertinent information necessary to complete the project.

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ATTACHMENT(S): Exhibit A City of Riverside Water Facilities (Excel format file upon request) Exhibit B Sample of Professional Services Agreement

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Exhibit A
City of Riverside Water Facilities

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City of Riverside Water Facilities


2010-11 2010-11 2010-11 kW- Production (Ac-Ft/Yr)3 SCE Rate Power Cost Hr RPU-TOU RPU RPU RPU RPU RPU RPU RPU RPU RPU RPU RPU RPU $123,500 $9,730 $7,699 $36,805 $2,672 $55,113 $42,106 $35,448 $7,492 895,000 108,280 93,080 446,200 911 634,960 451,200 384,680 54,866

Facility

Usage
Alessandro Booster Arlington Booster Buchanan Booster Canyon Crest Booster Chase Booster Chicago Booster Cook Booster Country Club Booster Crest Booster Emtman Booster Field Booster Frances Mary Booster Gratton Booster Green Orchard Booster Horizon View Booster Industrial Booster Iowa Booster Jackson Booster Jefferson Booster JW North Booster Kingdom Booster Lemona Booster Linden Booster Mary Evans Booster Michigan Booster Mockingbird Booster Mt. Vernon Booster Mulberry Street Booster Norte Vista Booster Piedmont Booster Praed Booster Ross Booster

System Distribution 1600 Distribution 1080 Distribution 1100 Distribution 1300, 1400 Distribution 1200 Distribution 1037, 1100 Distribution 1010 Distribution 1400 Distribution 1680 Distribution 1300, 1400 Distribution 1010 Distribution 1200 Distribution 1200 Distribution 1650 Distribution 1600 Distribution 1200 Waterman Supply Distribution Gravity Distribution 1400

Type Booster Booster Booster Booster Booster Booster Booster Booster Booster Booster Booster Booster Booster Booster Booster Booster Booster Booster Booster

Status Power Active Electric Active Electric Active Electric Active Electric Active Electric Active Active Active Active Electric Electric Electric Electric

Back-up Power

Nominal Capacity2 7200 1200 HP Rating 200 X 4 7.5, 15, 25 60 X 4 75, 40, 25, 10 40 Notes Boosters 5, 6, 7 & 8 - data avail from 11/1/10 - 7/1/11 Dead-end system, Jockey + 2 insufficient data Dead-end system - insufficient data 1300 Zone is Dead-End, 3 Pumps insufficient data Minor booster - insufficient data 1100 Zone is Large Dead End insufficient data

Domestic Domestic Domestic Domestic Domestic Domestic Domestic Domestic Domestic Domestic Domestic Domestic Domestic Domestic Domestic Domestic Domestic Domestic Domestic

2,000 450 6,000; 1,800 6,500 2,700 1,950 9,000; 3,000 N/A ??? 325

Active Electric Inactive Electric Active Electric Active Electric Active Electric Active Electric Active Electric Inactive Electric Active Electric Active Electric

Diesel

2,500 5,000 N/A 16,000 4,800

Domestic Domestic Domestic Domestic Domestic Domestic Domestic Domestic Domestic Domestic Domestic Domestic Domestic

Waterman Supply Distribution 1600 Distribution 1400 Distribution 1200 Distribution 1150 Distribution 1350 Distribution Gravity Distribution 1600 Distribution 1100 Distribution 1010 Distribution 1400 Distribution 1400 Distribution 1400

Booster Booster Booster Booster Booster Booster Booster Booster Booster Booster Booster Booster Booster

Active Active Active Active

Electric Electric Electric Electric

Diesel

35,000 4,000 3,300 12,000 300 6,400 8,500 1,000 3,500 3,200 N/A 4,000 2,800

Active Electric Active Electric Active Electric Active Electric Active Electric Active Electric Inactive Electric Active Electric Active Electric

60 X 2, 75 100 X 2, 50 75 X 3 20 X 3 (40 X 2, 60 X 2, 100 Pumps 1-4, 8 & 9 to 1300, 5-7 to 1400 X 2); (100, 50, 75) insufficient meter data 40 X 2 Obsolete 100, 75 20 X 2 data avail 8/1/10 - 7/1/11 Dead-end system - data avail 1/1/11 6/30/11 100 X 3 insufficient data 200, 125, 75 Emergency Only N/A Obsolete 125 X 2 data avail 11/1/10 - 6/30/11 100 X 4 Shared Electric Service w/ TP - data avail 7/1/10 - 10/31/10 & 5/1/11 X3 6/30/11 100 X 4 data avail 1/1/11 - 6/30/11 75 X 3 data avail 8/1/10 - 6/30/11 300 X 4 insufficient data Dead-end system - data avail 10/1/10 7.5 X 2 7/2/11 Dead-end system - data avail 8/1/10 100 X 4 7/2/11 200 X 3, 75 75 HP to be upgraded to 200 HP 30 X 2, 20 data avail 7/1/10 - 11/30/10 100, 75, 30 1100 Zone is Large Dead End 50, 40 N/A Obsolete 50 x 2, 100 X 2 40, 50, 75 X 2 data avail 7/1/10 - 5/6/11

3781.67 1270.47 218.8

$428 $8,099 $5,680

720 1,760 55,621

0.02 87.39 1050 4754.91 6673 4433

RPU New New RPU $12,387 15,960 RPU $11,819 151,520 RPU $1,207 8,960 RPU $40,155 466,120 RPU-TOU $123,633 971,940

TOU-PA-B $221,270 1,308,557 RPU New New RPU RPU $335,560 3,235,280 RPU RPU-TOU RPU RPU RPU RPU RPU TOU-PA-B TOU-PA-B $7,727 $15,964 $245,303 $6,892 $50,247 $17,294 $1,268 $28,164 $40,398 45,174 119,520 2,426,040 78,266 486,240 177,920 840 240,150 365,217

3337 1384 480.72

30.78 64.57 8545 2.22 1607.42 1239.01 501.53 868.96

City of Riverside Water Facilities


2010-11 2010-11 2010-11 kW- Production (Ac-Ft/Yr)3 SCE Rate Power Cost Hr RPU RPU RPU $4,161 $64,622 $14,345 42,945 676,320 85,240 49.86 2887.39

Facility

Usage
Rubidoux Booster St. Lawrence Booster Sugarloaf Booster

System Distribution 1066 Distribution 1100 Distribution 1300, 1400

Type Booster Booster Booster

Status Power Active Electric Active Electric Active Electric Electric, Active Propane Active Electric Active Electric Active Electric Active Electric Active Electric Active Electric Active Electric Active Electric Active Electric Active Active Active Active Active Active Active Active Active Active Active Active Active Active Active Active Active Active Active Active Active Active Active Active Electric Electric Electric Electric Electric Natural Gas Natural Gas Natural Gas Natural Gas Natural Gas Natural Gas Natural Gas Natural Gas Natural Gas Natural Gas Natural Gas Electric Electric Electric Electric Natural Gas Electric Electric Electric

Back-up Power

Nominal Capacity2 200 6,000 N/A HP Rating 7.5 X 2 75 X 2, 100, 125 15 Notes Dead-end system - data avail 10/29/10 - 6/30/11 1100 Zone is Large Dead End - does not include St. Lawrence #4 (no data) Multiple pumps, only #6 is in service insufficient data One pump is driven by propane 132.941 A.F. from 7/1/10 - 11/23/10 + 105.419 A.F. from 11/29/10 - 7/1/11

Domestic Domestic Domestic

Tilden Booster University City Booster Valley Booster Victoria Booster Whitegates 1 Booster Cooley Well H Cooley Well I Cooley Well J Electric Street Well Flume Well 2 Flume Well 3 Flume Well 4 Flume Well 6 Flume Well 7 Gage 26-1 Gage 27-1 Gage 27-2 Gage 29-1 Gage 29-2 Gage 29-3 Gage 30-1 Gage 31-1 Gage 46-1 Gage 51-1 Gage 56-1 Gage 66-1 Gage 92-1 Gage 92-2 Gage 92-3 Gage 98-1 Gage DeBerry Garner Well 1 Garner Well 2 Garner Well 4

Domestic Domestic Domestic Domestic Domestic Domestic Domestic Domestic Domestic Domestic Domestic Domestic Domestic Domestic Domestic Domestic Domestic Domestic Domestic Domestic Domestic Domestic Domestic Domestic Domestic Domestic Domestic Domestic Domestic Domestic Domestic Domestic Domestic Domestic

Distribution 1110 Distribution 1750 Distribution 1080 Distribution 1200 Distribution 1400 Waterman Supply Waterman Supply Waterman Supply North Orange JW North Supply JW North Supply JW North Supply JW North Supply JW North Supply Gage Supply Gage Supply Gage Supply Gage Supply Gage Supply Gage Supply Gage Supply Gage Supply Gage Supply Gage Supply Gage Supply Gage Supply Gage Supply Gage Supply Gage Supply Gage Supply Gage Supply Waterman Supply Waterman Supply Waterman Supply

Booster Booster Booster Booster Booster Well Well Well Well Well Well Well Well Well Well Well Well Well Well Well Well Well Well Well Well Well Well Well Well Well Well Well Well Well

1,800 2,400 N/A 11,000 N/A 1100 1500 2500 2000 1200 2200 1800 800 2500 2500 1600 1850 1850 2400 2000 N/A N/A 2400 1650 1200 2000 2200 2200 2200 2800 1200 250 N/A 200

20, 30, 50, 95 50 X 4 20 200 X 2, 250 X 2 N/A 150 150 200 200 125 125 125 75 250 185 185 185 185 250 270 135 190 200 150 225 250 200 200 200 300 225 30 N/A 30

RPU RPU To be rebuilt 1 + 1 in 2012 RPU data avail 8/1/10 - 6/30/11 RPU Undergoing rehab - insufficient data RPU TOU-PA-2 TOU-PA-B TOU-PA-B RPU TOU-PA-B

$10,700 $31,360 $4,589 $263,211 $20,253 $68,907 $52,143 $77,892 $83,746 $20,895

134,760 295,520 40,471 3,345,400 209,600 630,958 572,642 852,232 1,022,520 202,832

238.36 876.15 1079.33 8931.01 1269.03 1627.41 2524.66 2397.24 996.59 2458.75 2128.12 7.99 0.00 1924.53 1027.21 1685.33 814.43 2931.85 2378.14 17.78 371.52 1625.67 1470.60 866.13 1295.68 3148.42 2821.96 2575.21 3835.43 405.36 57.66 0.00 121.30

To be activated Spring 2012

TOU-PA-B $40,367 458,871 TOU-PA-B $96,016 384,520 TOU-PA-B $7,155 57,948 Colton New New SoCalGas SoCalGas SoCalGas SoCalGas SoCalGas SoCalGas SoCalGas SoCalGas SoCalGas SoCalGas SoCalGas

To be replaced by 31-1R To be replaced by 31-1R

Interferes with Garner 7, not used

SoCalGas TOU-PA-B PA-2 GS-2

$6,796 $1,039 $14,831

37,311 0 79,636

City of Riverside Water Facilities


2010-11 2010-11 2010-11 kW- Production Power Cost Hr (Ac-Ft/Yr)3 $41,992 441,230 1055.92 $73,302 807,518 2189.89 $64,059 654,132 1801.48 $63,458 709,880 1320.24 $59,416 652,400 1722.51 $52,581 544,600 1306.02 $2,788 3,524 45.13 See Hunt 06 Hunt 06 0.00 $173 0 0.00 $14,051 92,146 236.49 $68,371 782,720 593.16 $55,880 665,260 1774.32 $44,449 505,440 1158.16 $94,689 1,054,658 2904.16 $112,544 1,031,343 3219.83 $74,649 827,650 2377.48 $69,125 593,737 1659.48 $13,882 104,240 251.22 $18,899 113,886 304.65 $127,074 1,409,583 4250.54 $129,095 1,583,520 3397.06 $64,010 721,040 1578.66 $57,874 642,603 1321.26 $64,016 551,513 871.42 See Warren 1 Warren 1 733.74 $11,476 67,733 $46,673 497,456 New New

Facility

Garner Well 5 Garner Well 6 Garner Well 7 Garner Well B Garner Well C Garner Well D Hunt 06 Well Hunt 10 Well Meeks and Daley 59 Moore Griffith Palmyrita Well Raub Well 4 Raub Well 5 Raub Well 6 Raub Well 7 Raub Well 8 Scheuer Well Stiles Thorne Well 12 Tippecanoe Well Twin Springs Van Buren 1 Van Buren 2 Warren 1 Well Warren 4 Well 6th St. Chlorination (Onsite) Gage 46-1 IX Garner B Chlorination (Onsite) JW North WTP (Ultrafiltration)

Usage Domestic Domestic Domestic Domestic Domestic Domestic Domestic Domestic Domestic Domestic Domestic Domestic Domestic Domestic Domestic Domestic Domestic Domestic Domestic Domestic Domestic Domestic Domestic Domestic Domestic Domestic Domestic Domestic

System Waterman Supply Waterman Supply Waterman Supply Waterman Supply North Orange North Orange Waterman Supply Waterman Supply Waterman Supply North Orange North Orange Waterman Supply Waterman Supply Waterman Supply Waterman Supply Waterman Supply Waterman Supply Waterman Supply Waterman Supply Gage Supply North Orange Gage Supply Gage Supply Waterman Supply Waterman Supply Waterman Supply Gage Supply North Orange Waterman Supply North Orange Waterman Supply Gage Supply Gage Supply Gage Supply Gage Supply Gage Supply Gage Supply Distribution Gravity Distribution 1300 Distribution 1200 Distribution 1300

Type Well Well Well Well Well Well Well Well Well Well Well Well Well Well Well Well Well Well Well Well Well Well Well Well Well Treatment Treatment Treatment Treatment Treatment Treatment Treatment Treatment Treatment Treatment Treatment Treatment Reducer Reducer Reducer Reducer

Status Active Active Active Active Active Active Active Active Active Active Active Active Active Active Active Active Active Active Active Active Active Active Active Active Active Active Active Active

Power Electric Electric Electric Electric Electric Electric Electric Electric Electric Electric Electric Electric Electric Electric Electric Electric Electric Electric Electric Electric Electric Electric Electric Electric Electric Electric Electric Electric

Back-up Power

Nominal Capacity2 1400 2300 2300 1500 2400 1900 N/A N/A ??? 1200 2000 1250 900 2500 2100 2000 3100 700 850 2500 2300 1900 1800 1900 1500 400 lbs Cl2 Match Influent 320 lbs Cl2 10 MGD N/A Match Influent 400 lbs Cl2 Match Influent 400 lbs Cl2 Match Influent Match Influent N/A 6-, 4- inch 2 X 10-inch 3 X 10-inch 2 X 4-inch HP Rating 125 200 200 250 250 250 30 75 ??? 150 200 125 125 250 200 200 300 60 100 300 300 200 200 125 125 200 X 1 Notes

Diesel

Domestic Domestic Palmyrita GAC Plant Domestic Raub Well IX-GAC Sunnyside Chlorination (Onsite) Domestic Domestic Sunnyside WTF (IX-GAC) Tippecanoe Chlorination (Onsite) Domestic Domestic Tippecanoe WTF (IX-GAC) Domestic Gage 66-1 IX Domestic Palm Meadows Filtration Domestic 14th Street Reducer
Alessandro Reducer Arlington Reducer Canyon Crest Reducer

Active Electric Active Electric Active Electric Active Electric Active Electric Active Electric Active Electric Inactive Electric Inactive Electric Active 1100 Zone Active 1600 Zone Active 1300 Zone Active 1400 Zone

Diesel

Diesel

N/A 200 X 3, 75 Minor 200 X 3, 75 Minor 200 X 4 200 X 1 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A

SCE Rate TOU-PA-B TOU-PA-B TOU-PA-B RPU RPU RPU Shared Service PA-2 Shared Service PA-2 M&D well, seldom used (Streetlight) ??? RPU RPU TOU-PA-B TOU-PA-B TOU-PA-B TOU-PA-B TOU-PA-B TOU-PA-B TOU-PA-B PA-2 TOU-PA-B RPU TOU-PA-B TOU-PA-B Shared Electric Service PA-2 Shared Electric Service PA-2 PA-2 IX Only TOU-PA-B To go online Spring 2012 RPU Flumes 2, 3, 4, 6 and 7, Shared Electric Service TOU-PA-B See Booster See Booster Passive until Spring 2013 RPU See Well See Well Raub 4, 5 & 7 TOU-PA-B $115,061 1,314,487 To go online Spring 2012 Shared Sunnyside Sunnyside Gage 51-1 and 66-1 TOU-PA-B $61,968 674,802 GS-2 $22,394 247,544 Gage 29-2, 29-3, 92-1 and Tippecanoe TOU-PA-B $231,217 2,718,093 Well now goes to Sunnyside TOU-PA-B $30,481 331,259 Yard Infrastructure in place - NIS GS-2 $2,303 5,353 RPU RPU RPU RPU

Domestic Domestic Domestic

City of Riverside Water Facilities


2010-11 2010-11 2010-11 kW- Production (Ac-Ft/Yr)3 SCE Rate Power Cost Hr RPU RPU RPU RPU RPU RPU RPU RPU RPU RPU Normally closed RPU RPU RPU RPU RPU RPU RPU RPU RPU RPU RPU RPU RPU RPU RPU GS-2 RPU RPU RPU TOU-PA-B RPU GS-1 RPU RPU RPU RPU RPU RPU Riverside Canal to Gage Canal Well used to irrigate RPU property Infrastructure Removed RPU RPU RPU N/A N/A

Facility

Usage
Chateau View Reducer Chicago Reducer Citrus Reducer College Reducer Cook Reducer Green Orchard Reducer Highgrove Reducer (Iowa Ave) Jacaranda Reducer Mockingbird Reducer La Cadena Reducer La Sierra Reducer Madison Reducer Magnolia Reducer Marlborough Reducer Myers Reducer Polk Reducer Spruce Reducer Victoria (Mary) Reducer Watkins Reducer Westminster Reducer Field Reducer Alessandro Reservoir Campbell Reservoir Emtman Reservoir Evans Reservoir Heustis Reservoir Linden Reservoir Mockingbird Reservoir Piedmont Reservoir Ross Reservoir Sugarloaf Reservoir Stewart Intake Tilden Reservoir University City Reservoir University Heights Van Buren Reservoir Whitegates I Reservoir Whitegates II Reservoir Olivewood Booster Brunton Well Eleventh St. Well

System Distribution 1400 Distribution 1100 Distribution 1080 Distribution 1650 Distribution 925 WMWD Delivery Distribution 1080 Distribution 1010 Distribution Gravity Distribution 1080 Distribution 925 Distribution 1010 Distribution 925 Distribution 1020 Distribution 1100 Distribution 925 Distribution 1100 Distribution 1100 Distribution 1300 Distribution 1300 Distribution 925 Distribution 1300 Distribution 1600 Distribution 1200 Distribution Gravity Distribution 1400 Distribution Gravity Distribution Gravity Distribution 1400 Distribution 1400 Distribution 1200 Waterman Supply Distribution 1010 Distribution 1600 Distribution 1037 Distribution 1200 Distribution 1400 Distribution 1600 Riverside Canal Riverside Golf Course Riverside Canal

Type Reducer Reducer Reducer Reducer Reducer Reducer Reducer Reducer Reducer Reducer Reducer Reducer Reducer Reducer Reducer Reducer Reducer Reducer Reducer Reducer Reducer Reservoir Reservoir Reservoir Reservoir Reservoir Reservoir Reservoir Reservoir Reservoir Reservoir Tank Reservoir Reservoir Reservoir Reservoir Reservoir Reservoir Booster Well Well

Status Power Active 1600 Zone Active 1200 Zone Active 1200 Zone Active 1750 Zone Active Gravity Zone Active 1650 Zone Active 1200 Zone Active 1200 Zone Active Gravity Zone Active 1200 Zone Active 1100 Zone Active 1100 Zone Active Gravity Zone Active 1200 Zone Active 1200 Zone Active Gravity Zone Active 1200 Zone Active 1200 Zone Active 1400 Zone Active 1400 Zone Inactive 1010 Zone Active N/A Active N/A Active N/A Active N/A Active N/A Active N/A Active N/A Active N/A Active N/A Active N/A Active N/A Active N/A Active N/A Active N/A Active N/A Active N/A Active N/A Active Electric Active Electric Inactive Electric

Back-up Power

Nominal Capacity2 6-, 4- inch 2 X 8-inch 6-, 2 X 4-inch 4-, 2-inch 4-inch 6-inch 2 X 6-, 3-inch 4-, 2-inch 3X12-inch 2 X 6-inch 8-inch 4-inch 2X12-, 6-inch 8-, 4-inch 12-inch 12-, 4-, 3-inch 6-inch 10-, 6-inch 6-, 4-, 3-inch 2-inch 4-inch 2 MG 5 MG 5 MG 16 MG 2 MG 16 MG 20 MG 1 MG 2 MG 5 MG 0.5 MG 10 MG 3 MG 5 MG 7.5 MG 5.4 MG 3.6 MG 6,000 700 N/A HP Rating N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A 6X100 25 Notes

Domestic Domestic Domestic Domestic Domestic Domestic Domestic Domestic Domestic Domestic Domestic Domestic Domestic Domestic Domestic Domestic Domestic Domestic Domestic Domestic Domestic Domestic Domestic Domestic Domestic Domestic Domestic Domestic Domestic Domestic Domestic Domestic Domestic Domestic Domestic Domestic Domestic Domestic Irrigation Irrigation Irrigation

See Booster $479 $65,755 Linden Bstr $266 Linden Bstr See Booster See Booster See Booster $468 $406 $376 N/A $1,242

See Booster 1,423 758,300 Linden Bstr 32 Linden Bstr See Booster See Booster See Booster 1,267 933 N/A

N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A 4128 0.00 0.00

See Booster See Booster See KingdomBooster See Green Orchard $121,303 1,285,120

2,428 N/A

City of Riverside Water Facilities


2010-11 2010-11 2010-11 kW- Production (Ac-Ft/Yr)3 SCE Rate Power Cost Hr RPU-TOU RPU RPU RPU RPU RPU RPU RPU RPU RPU RPU RPU RPU $123,500 $9,730 $7,699 $36,805 $2,672 $55,113 $42,106 $35,448 $7,492 895,000 108,280 93,080 446,200 911 634,960 451,200 384,680 54,866

Facility

Usage
Alessandro Booster Arlington Booster Buchanan Booster Canyon Crest Booster Chase Booster Chicago Booster Cook Booster Country Club Booster Crest Booster Emtman Booster Field Booster Frances Mary Booster Gratton Booster Green Orchard Booster Horizon View Booster Industrial Booster Iowa Booster Jackson Booster Jefferson Booster JW North Booster Kingdom Booster Lemona Booster Linden Booster Mary Evans Booster Michigan Booster Mockingbird Booster Mt. Vernon Booster Mulberry Street Booster Norte Vista Booster Piedmont Booster Praed Booster Ross Booster

System Distribution 1600 Distribution 1080 Distribution 1100 Distribution 1300, 1400 Distribution 1200 Distribution 1037, 1100 Distribution 1010 Distribution 1400 Distribution 1680 Distribution 1300, 1400 Distribution 1010 Distribution 1200 Distribution 1200 Distribution 1650 Distribution 1600 Distribution 1200 Waterman Supply Distribution Gravity Distribution 1400

Type Booster Booster Booster Booster Booster Booster Booster Booster Booster Booster Booster Booster Booster Booster Booster Booster Booster Booster Booster

Status Power Active Electric Active Electric Active Electric Active Electric Active Electric Active Active Active Active Electric Electric Electric Electric

Back-up Power

Nominal Capacity2 7200 1200 HP Rating 200 X 4 7.5, 15, 25 60 X 4 75, 40, 25, 10 40 Notes Boosters 5, 6, 7 & 8 - data avail from 11/1/10 - 7/1/11 Dead-end system, Jockey + 2 insufficient data Dead-end system - insufficient data 1300 Zone is Dead-End, 3 Pumps insufficient data Minor booster - insufficient data 1100 Zone is Large Dead End insufficient data

Domestic Domestic Domestic Domestic Domestic Domestic Domestic Domestic Domestic Domestic Domestic Domestic Domestic Domestic Domestic Domestic Domestic Domestic Domestic

2,000 450 6,000; 1,800 6,500 2,700 1,950 9,000; 3,000 N/A ??? 325

Active Electric Inactive Electric Active Electric Active Electric Active Electric Active Electric Active Electric Inactive Electric Active Electric Active Electric

Diesel

2,500 5,000 N/A 16,000 4,800

Domestic Domestic Domestic Domestic Domestic Domestic Domestic Domestic Domestic Domestic Domestic Domestic Domestic

Waterman Supply Distribution 1600 Distribution 1400 Distribution 1200 Distribution 1150 Distribution 1350 Distribution Gravity Distribution 1600 Distribution 1100 Distribution 1010 Distribution 1400 Distribution 1400 Distribution 1400

Booster Booster Booster Booster Booster Booster Booster Booster Booster Booster Booster Booster Booster

Active Active Active Active

Electric Electric Electric Electric

Diesel

35,000 4,000 3,300 12,000 300 6,400 8,500 1,000 3,500 3,200 N/A 4,000 2,800

Active Electric Active Electric Active Electric Active Electric Active Electric Active Electric Inactive Electric Active Electric Active Electric

60 X 2, 75 100 X 2, 50 75 X 3 20 X 3 (40 X 2, 60 X 2, 100 Pumps 1-4, 8 & 9 to 1300, 5-7 to 1400 X 2); (100, 50, 75) insufficient meter data 40 X 2 Obsolete 100, 75 20 X 2 data avail 8/1/10 - 7/1/11 Dead-end system - data avail 1/1/11 6/30/11 100 X 3 insufficient data 200, 125, 75 Emergency Only N/A Obsolete 125 X 2 data avail 11/1/10 - 6/30/11 100 X 4 Shared Electric Service w/ TP - data avail 7/1/10 - 10/31/10 & 5/1/11 X3 6/30/11 100 X 4 data avail 1/1/11 - 6/30/11 75 X 3 data avail 8/1/10 - 6/30/11 300 X 4 insufficient data Dead-end system - data avail 10/1/10 7.5 X 2 7/2/11 Dead-end system - data avail 8/1/10 100 X 4 7/2/11 200 X 3, 75 75 HP to be upgraded to 200 HP 30 X 2, 20 data avail 7/1/10 - 11/30/10 100, 75, 30 1100 Zone is Large Dead End 50, 40 N/A Obsolete 50 x 2, 100 X 2 40, 50, 75 X 2 data avail 7/1/10 - 5/6/11

3781.67 1270.47 218.8

$428 $8,099 $5,680

720 1,760 55,621

0.02 87.39 1050 4754.91 6673 4433

RPU New New RPU $12,387 15,960 RPU $11,819 151,520 RPU $1,207 8,960 RPU $40,155 466,120 RPU-TOU $123,633 971,940

TOU-PA-B $221,270 1,308,557 RPU New New RPU RPU $335,560 3,235,280 RPU RPU-TOU RPU RPU RPU RPU RPU TOU-PA-B TOU-PA-B $7,727 $15,964 $245,303 $6,892 $50,247 $17,294 $1,268 $28,164 $40,398 45,174 119,520 2,426,040 78,266 486,240 177,920 840 240,150 365,217

3337 1384 480.72

30.78 64.57 8545 2.22 1607.42 1239.01 501.53 868.96

City of Riverside Water Facilities


2010-11 2010-11 2010-11 kW- Production (Ac-Ft/Yr)3 SCE Rate Power Cost Hr RPU RPU RPU $4,161 $64,622 $14,345 42,945 676,320 85,240 49.86 2887.39

Facility

Usage
Rubidoux Booster St. Lawrence Booster Sugarloaf Booster

System Distribution 1066 Distribution 1100 Distribution 1300, 1400

Type Booster Booster Booster

Status Power Active Electric Active Electric Active Electric Electric, Active Propane Active Electric Active Electric Active Electric Active Electric Active Electric Active Electric Active Electric Active Electric Active Electric Active Active Active Active Active Active Active Active Active Active Active Active Active Active Active Active Active Active Active Active Active Active Active Active Electric Electric Electric Electric Electric Natural Gas Natural Gas Natural Gas Natural Gas Natural Gas Natural Gas Natural Gas Natural Gas Natural Gas Natural Gas Natural Gas Electric Electric Electric Electric Natural Gas Electric Electric Electric

Back-up Power

Nominal Capacity2 200 6,000 N/A HP Rating 7.5 X 2 75 X 2, 100, 125 15 Notes Dead-end system - data avail 10/29/10 - 6/30/11 1100 Zone is Large Dead End - does not include St. Lawrence #4 (no data) Multiple pumps, only #6 is in service insufficient data One pump is driven by propane 132.941 A.F. from 7/1/10 - 11/23/10 + 105.419 A.F. from 11/29/10 - 7/1/11

Domestic Domestic Domestic

Tilden Booster University City Booster Valley Booster Victoria Booster Whitegates 1 Booster Cooley Well H Cooley Well I Cooley Well J Electric Street Well Flume Well 2 Flume Well 3 Flume Well 4 Flume Well 6 Flume Well 7 Gage 26-1 Gage 27-1 Gage 27-2 Gage 29-1 Gage 29-2 Gage 29-3 Gage 30-1 Gage 31-1 Gage 46-1 Gage 51-1 Gage 56-1 Gage 66-1 Gage 92-1 Gage 92-2 Gage 92-3 Gage 98-1 Gage DeBerry Garner Well 1 Garner Well 2 Garner Well 4

Domestic Domestic Domestic Domestic Domestic Domestic Domestic Domestic Domestic Domestic Domestic Domestic Domestic Domestic Domestic Domestic Domestic Domestic Domestic Domestic Domestic Domestic Domestic Domestic Domestic Domestic Domestic Domestic Domestic Domestic Domestic Domestic Domestic Domestic

Distribution 1110 Distribution 1750 Distribution 1080 Distribution 1200 Distribution 1400 Waterman Supply Waterman Supply Waterman Supply North Orange JW North Supply JW North Supply JW North Supply JW North Supply JW North Supply Gage Supply Gage Supply Gage Supply Gage Supply Gage Supply Gage Supply Gage Supply Gage Supply Gage Supply Gage Supply Gage Supply Gage Supply Gage Supply Gage Supply Gage Supply Gage Supply Gage Supply Waterman Supply Waterman Supply Waterman Supply

Booster Booster Booster Booster Booster Well Well Well Well Well Well Well Well Well Well Well Well Well Well Well Well Well Well Well Well Well Well Well Well Well Well Well Well Well

1,800 2,400 N/A 11,000 N/A 1100 1500 2500 2000 1200 2200 1800 800 2500 2500 1600 1850 1850 2400 2000 N/A N/A 2400 1650 1200 2000 2200 2200 2200 2800 1200 250 N/A 200

20, 30, 50, 95 50 X 4 20 200 X 2, 250 X 2 N/A 150 150 200 200 125 125 125 75 250 185 185 185 185 250 270 135 190 200 150 225 250 200 200 200 300 225 30 N/A 30

RPU RPU To be rebuilt 1 + 1 in 2012 RPU data avail 8/1/10 - 6/30/11 RPU Undergoing rehab - insufficient data RPU TOU-PA-2 TOU-PA-B TOU-PA-B RPU TOU-PA-B

$10,700 $31,360 $4,589 $263,211 $20,253 $68,907 $52,143 $77,892 $83,746 $20,895

134,760 295,520 40,471 3,345,400 209,600 630,958 572,642 852,232 1,022,520 202,832

238.36 876.15 1079.33 8931.01 1269.03 1627.41 2524.66 2397.24 996.59 2458.75 2128.12 7.99 0.00 1924.53 1027.21 1685.33 814.43 2931.85 2378.14 17.78 371.52 1625.67 1470.60 866.13 1295.68 3148.42 2821.96 2575.21 3835.43 405.36 57.66 0.00 121.30

To be activated Spring 2012

TOU-PA-B $40,367 458,871 TOU-PA-B $96,016 384,520 TOU-PA-B $7,155 57,948 Colton New New SoCalGas SoCalGas SoCalGas SoCalGas SoCalGas SoCalGas SoCalGas SoCalGas SoCalGas SoCalGas SoCalGas

To be replaced by 31-1R To be replaced by 31-1R

Interferes with Garner 7, not used

SoCalGas TOU-PA-B PA-2 GS-2

$6,796 $1,039 $14,831

37,311 0 79,636

City of Riverside Water Facilities


2010-11 2010-11 2010-11 kW- Production Power Cost Hr (Ac-Ft/Yr)3 $41,992 441,230 1055.92 $73,302 807,518 2189.89 $64,059 654,132 1801.48 $63,458 709,880 1320.24 $59,416 652,400 1722.51 $52,581 544,600 1306.02 $2,788 3,524 45.13 See Hunt 06 Hunt 06 0.00 $173 0 0.00 $14,051 92,146 236.49 $68,371 782,720 593.16 $55,880 665,260 1774.32 $44,449 505,440 1158.16 $94,689 1,054,658 2904.16 $112,544 1,031,343 3219.83 $74,649 827,650 2377.48 $69,125 593,737 1659.48 $13,882 104,240 251.22 $18,899 113,886 304.65 $127,074 1,409,583 4250.54 $129,095 1,583,520 3397.06 $64,010 721,040 1578.66 $57,874 642,603 1321.26 $64,016 551,513 871.42 See Warren 1 Warren 1 733.74 $11,476 67,733 $46,673 497,456 New New

Facility

Garner Well 5 Garner Well 6 Garner Well 7 Garner Well B Garner Well C Garner Well D Hunt 06 Well Hunt 10 Well Meeks and Daley 59 Moore Griffith Palmyrita Well Raub Well 4 Raub Well 5 Raub Well 6 Raub Well 7 Raub Well 8 Scheuer Well Stiles Thorne Well 12 Tippecanoe Well Twin Springs Van Buren 1 Van Buren 2 Warren 1 Well Warren 4 Well 6th St. Chlorination (Onsite) Gage 46-1 IX Garner B Chlorination (Onsite) JW North WTP (Ultrafiltration)

Usage Domestic Domestic Domestic Domestic Domestic Domestic Domestic Domestic Domestic Domestic Domestic Domestic Domestic Domestic Domestic Domestic Domestic Domestic Domestic Domestic Domestic Domestic Domestic Domestic Domestic Domestic Domestic Domestic

System Waterman Supply Waterman Supply Waterman Supply Waterman Supply North Orange North Orange Waterman Supply Waterman Supply Waterman Supply North Orange North Orange Waterman Supply Waterman Supply Waterman Supply Waterman Supply Waterman Supply Waterman Supply Waterman Supply Waterman Supply Gage Supply North Orange Gage Supply Gage Supply Waterman Supply Waterman Supply Waterman Supply Gage Supply North Orange Waterman Supply North Orange Waterman Supply Gage Supply Gage Supply Gage Supply Gage Supply Gage Supply Gage Supply Distribution Gravity Distribution 1300 Distribution 1200 Distribution 1300

Type Well Well Well Well Well Well Well Well Well Well Well Well Well Well Well Well Well Well Well Well Well Well Well Well Well Treatment Treatment Treatment Treatment Treatment Treatment Treatment Treatment Treatment Treatment Treatment Treatment Reducer Reducer Reducer Reducer

Status Active Active Active Active Active Active Active Active Active Active Active Active Active Active Active Active Active Active Active Active Active Active Active Active Active Active Active Active

Power Electric Electric Electric Electric Electric Electric Electric Electric Electric Electric Electric Electric Electric Electric Electric Electric Electric Electric Electric Electric Electric Electric Electric Electric Electric Electric Electric Electric

Back-up Power

Nominal Capacity2 1400 2300 2300 1500 2400 1900 N/A N/A ??? 1200 2000 1250 900 2500 2100 2000 3100 700 850 2500 2300 1900 1800 1900 1500 400 lbs Cl2 Match Influent 320 lbs Cl2 10 MGD N/A Match Influent 400 lbs Cl2 Match Influent 400 lbs Cl2 Match Influent Match Influent N/A 6-, 4- inch 2 X 10-inch 3 X 10-inch 2 X 4-inch HP Rating 125 200 200 250 250 250 30 75 ??? 150 200 125 125 250 200 200 300 60 100 300 300 200 200 125 125 200 X 1 Notes

Diesel

Domestic Domestic Palmyrita GAC Plant Domestic Raub Well IX-GAC Sunnyside Chlorination (Onsite) Domestic Domestic Sunnyside WTF (IX-GAC) Tippecanoe Chlorination (Onsite) Domestic Domestic Tippecanoe WTF (IX-GAC) Domestic Gage 66-1 IX Domestic Palm Meadows Filtration Domestic 14th Street Reducer
Alessandro Reducer Arlington Reducer Canyon Crest Reducer

Active Electric Active Electric Active Electric Active Electric Active Electric Active Electric Active Electric Inactive Electric Inactive Electric Active 1100 Zone Active 1600 Zone Active 1300 Zone Active 1400 Zone

Diesel

Diesel

N/A 200 X 3, 75 Minor 200 X 3, 75 Minor 200 X 4 200 X 1 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A

SCE Rate TOU-PA-B TOU-PA-B TOU-PA-B RPU RPU RPU Shared Service PA-2 Shared Service PA-2 M&D well, seldom used (Streetlight) ??? RPU RPU TOU-PA-B TOU-PA-B TOU-PA-B TOU-PA-B TOU-PA-B TOU-PA-B TOU-PA-B PA-2 TOU-PA-B RPU TOU-PA-B TOU-PA-B Shared Electric Service PA-2 Shared Electric Service PA-2 PA-2 IX Only TOU-PA-B To go online Spring 2012 RPU Flumes 2, 3, 4, 6 and 7, Shared Electric Service TOU-PA-B See Booster See Booster Passive until Spring 2013 RPU See Well See Well Raub 4, 5 & 7 TOU-PA-B $115,061 1,314,487 To go online Spring 2012 Shared Sunnyside Sunnyside Gage 51-1 and 66-1 TOU-PA-B $61,968 674,802 GS-2 $22,394 247,544 Gage 29-2, 29-3, 92-1 and Tippecanoe TOU-PA-B $231,217 2,718,093 Well now goes to Sunnyside TOU-PA-B $30,481 331,259 Yard Infrastructure in place - NIS GS-2 $2,303 5,353 RPU RPU RPU RPU

Domestic Domestic Domestic

City of Riverside Water Facilities


2010-11 2010-11 2010-11 kW- Production (Ac-Ft/Yr)3 SCE Rate Power Cost Hr RPU RPU RPU RPU RPU RPU RPU RPU RPU RPU Normally closed RPU RPU RPU RPU RPU RPU RPU RPU RPU RPU RPU RPU RPU RPU RPU GS-2 RPU RPU RPU TOU-PA-B RPU GS-1 RPU RPU RPU RPU RPU RPU Riverside Canal to Gage Canal Well used to irrigate RPU property Infrastructure Removed RPU RPU RPU N/A N/A

Facility

Usage
Chateau View Reducer Chicago Reducer Citrus Reducer College Reducer Cook Reducer Green Orchard Reducer Highgrove Reducer (Iowa Ave) Jacaranda Reducer Mockingbird Reducer La Cadena Reducer La Sierra Reducer Madison Reducer Magnolia Reducer Marlborough Reducer Myers Reducer Polk Reducer Spruce Reducer Victoria (Mary) Reducer Watkins Reducer Westminster Reducer Field Reducer Alessandro Reservoir Campbell Reservoir Emtman Reservoir Evans Reservoir Heustis Reservoir Linden Reservoir Mockingbird Reservoir Piedmont Reservoir Ross Reservoir Sugarloaf Reservoir Stewart Intake Tilden Reservoir University City Reservoir University Heights Van Buren Reservoir Whitegates I Reservoir Whitegates II Reservoir Olivewood Booster Brunton Well Eleventh St. Well

System Distribution 1400 Distribution 1100 Distribution 1080 Distribution 1650 Distribution 925 WMWD Delivery Distribution 1080 Distribution 1010 Distribution Gravity Distribution 1080 Distribution 925 Distribution 1010 Distribution 925 Distribution 1020 Distribution 1100 Distribution 925 Distribution 1100 Distribution 1100 Distribution 1300 Distribution 1300 Distribution 925 Distribution 1300 Distribution 1600 Distribution 1200 Distribution Gravity Distribution 1400 Distribution Gravity Distribution Gravity Distribution 1400 Distribution 1400 Distribution 1200 Waterman Supply Distribution 1010 Distribution 1600 Distribution 1037 Distribution 1200 Distribution 1400 Distribution 1600 Riverside Canal Riverside Golf Course Riverside Canal

Type Reducer Reducer Reducer Reducer Reducer Reducer Reducer Reducer Reducer Reducer Reducer Reducer Reducer Reducer Reducer Reducer Reducer Reducer Reducer Reducer Reducer Reservoir Reservoir Reservoir Reservoir Reservoir Reservoir Reservoir Reservoir Reservoir Reservoir Tank Reservoir Reservoir Reservoir Reservoir Reservoir Reservoir Booster Well Well

Status Power Active 1600 Zone Active 1200 Zone Active 1200 Zone Active 1750 Zone Active Gravity Zone Active 1650 Zone Active 1200 Zone Active 1200 Zone Active Gravity Zone Active 1200 Zone Active 1100 Zone Active 1100 Zone Active Gravity Zone Active 1200 Zone Active 1200 Zone Active Gravity Zone Active 1200 Zone Active 1200 Zone Active 1400 Zone Active 1400 Zone Inactive 1010 Zone Active N/A Active N/A Active N/A Active N/A Active N/A Active N/A Active N/A Active N/A Active N/A Active N/A Active N/A Active N/A Active N/A Active N/A Active N/A Active N/A Active N/A Active Electric Active Electric Inactive Electric

Back-up Power

Nominal Capacity2 6-, 4- inch 2 X 8-inch 6-, 2 X 4-inch 4-, 2-inch 4-inch 6-inch 2 X 6-, 3-inch 4-, 2-inch 3X12-inch 2 X 6-inch 8-inch 4-inch 2X12-, 6-inch 8-, 4-inch 12-inch 12-, 4-, 3-inch 6-inch 10-, 6-inch 6-, 4-, 3-inch 2-inch 4-inch 2 MG 5 MG 5 MG 16 MG 2 MG 16 MG 20 MG 1 MG 2 MG 5 MG 0.5 MG 10 MG 3 MG 5 MG 7.5 MG 5.4 MG 3.6 MG 6,000 700 N/A HP Rating N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A 6X100 25 Notes

Domestic Domestic Domestic Domestic Domestic Domestic Domestic Domestic Domestic Domestic Domestic Domestic Domestic Domestic Domestic Domestic Domestic Domestic Domestic Domestic Domestic Domestic Domestic Domestic Domestic Domestic Domestic Domestic Domestic Domestic Domestic Domestic Domestic Domestic Domestic Domestic Domestic Domestic Irrigation Irrigation Irrigation

See Booster $479 $65,755 Linden Bstr $266 Linden Bstr See Booster See Booster See Booster $468 $406 $376 N/A $1,242

See Booster 1,423 758,300 Linden Bstr 32 Linden Bstr See Booster See Booster See Booster 1,267 933 N/A

N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A 4128 0.00 0.00

See Booster See Booster See KingdomBooster See Green Orchard $121,303 1,285,120

2,428 N/A

City of Riverside Water Facilities


2010-11 2010-11 2010-11 kW- Production (Ac-Ft/Yr)3 SCE Rate Power Cost Hr RPU RPU GA-1 Only Jurupa 7 operates Seldom used TOU-PA-B GS-1 RPU RPU RPU RPU Supplies Stewart Intake Only Only used to lower groundwater Emergency Only Emergency Only Emergency Only Catastrophe Only PA-1 PA-2 RPU RPU RPU RPU $376 $556 0 2,486 $609 $1,039 0 0 $64,424 $26,610 $439 $11,117 $276 754,560 292,520 957 114,524 0 0.00 0.00 0.00 1070.89 0.00 1302.85 886.97 1243.54 721.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00

Facility
Fill Well

Usage Irrigation Irrigation Irrigation Irrigation Irrigation Irrigation Irrigation Irrigation Irrigation Irrigation Irrigation Standby Standby Standby Standby
First St. Well Flume Well 1 Jurupa Wells 6, 7 Mill Well Mulberry Well Olivewood 1 Well Olivewood 2 Well Olivewood 3 Well Stewart 20 Thorne Wells 3 ,5 & 8 Army Well 1 La Granada/Army Walton Well California Filter Plant

System Riverside Canal Riverside Canal Riverside Canal Jurupa Ditch Co. Riverside Canal Riverside Canal Gage Canal Gage Canal Gage Canal Stewart Intake Riverside Canal Distribution Gravity Distribution Gravity Distribution Gravity Distribution Gravity

Type Well Well Well Well Well Well Well Well Well Well Well Well Well Well

Status Power Active Electric Active Electric Active Electric Active Electric Active Electric Active Electric Active Electric Active Electric Active Electric Inactive Electric Active Electric Inactive Electric Inactive Electric Inactive Electric

Back-up Power

Nominal Capacity2 1200 1200 400 1,800 N/A 1300 1,500 2,025 1,100 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A HP Rating 200 150 25 75 25 75 ??? ??? ??? Notes Discharge throttled to avoid air

Treatment Inactive Electric

1 - There may be more than one facility on a given site, e.g. reservoir and booster station. 2 - Nominal capacity may be in gpm or MG 3 - Some facilities have insufficient or incomplete data

Exhibit B Sample Professional Services Agreement

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PROFESSIONAL CONSULTANT SERVICES AGREEMENT [**Name of CONSULTANT or COMPANY**] [**Enter in Description of Services**] THIS PROFESSIONAL CONSULTANT SERVICES AGREEMENT (Agreement) is made and entered into this ______ day of ________________, 2010 (Effective Date), by and between the CITY OF RIVERSIDE (City), a California charter city and municipal corporation, and [**Enter in CONSULTANT'S NAME**], [**Enter in entity, for example: a California corporation, a limited partnership, a limited liability company, etc.**] (Consultant). 1. Scope of Services. City agrees to retain and does hereby retain Consultant and Consultant agrees to provide the services more particularly described in Exhibit A, Scope of Services (Services), attached hereto and incorporated herein by reference, in conjunction with [**Enter in Name of Project**] (Project). 2. Term. This Agreement shall be effective on the date first written above unless otherwise provided in Exhibit A Scope of Services and the Agreement shall remain in effect until [**Enter in: termination date, for example: May 3, 2009**], unless otherwise terminated pursuant to the provisions herein. 3. Compensation/Payment. Consultant shall perform the Services under this Agreement for the total sum not to exceed [**Enter in written dollar amount, for example: Two Thousand Five Hundred Dollars**] [**Enter in numeric dollar amount, for example: ($2,500)**] payable in accordance with the terms set forth in Exhibit B. Said payment shall be made in accordance with Citys usual accounting procedures upon receipt and approval of an itemized invoice setting forth the services performed. The invoices shall be delivered to City at the address set forth in Section 4 hereof. 4. Notices. Any notices required to be given, hereunder shall be in writing and shall be personally served or given by mail. Any notice given by mail shall be deemed given when deposited in the United States Mail, certified and postage prepaid, addressed to the party to be served as follows: To City {Department} Department City of Riverside Attn: {Contact Name}{Department Attn} [**Department Street Address**] Riverside, CA [**Department ZIP**] To Consultant [**Name of Consultant or Company**] Attn: [**Name of Representative**] [**Consultant Street Address**] [**Consultant City, STATE, Zip**]

5. Prevailing Wage. If applicable, Consultant and all subcontractors are required to pay the general prevailing wage rates of per diem wages and overtime and holiday wages determined by the Director of the Department of Industrial Relations under Section 1720 et seq. of the California Labor Code and implemented by Resolution No. 13346 of the City Council of the City of Riverside. The Directors determination is available on-line at www.dir.ca.gov/dlsr/DPreWageDetermination.htm and is referred to and made a part hereof; the wage rates therein ascertained, determined, and specified are referred to and made a part hereof as though fully set forth herein. 6. Contract Administration. A designee of the City will be appointed in writing by the City Manager or Department Director to administer this Agreement on behalf of City and shall be referred to herein as Contract Administrator. 7. Standard of Performance. While performing the Services, Consultant shall exercise the reasonable professional care and skill customarily exercised by reputable members of Consultants profession practicing in the Metropolitan Southern California Area, and shall use reasonable diligence and best judgment while exercising its professional skill and expertise. 8. Personnel. Consultant shall furnish all personnel necessary to perform the Services and shall be responsible for their performance and compensation. Consultant recognizes that the qualifications and experience of the personnel to be used are vital to professional and timely completion of the Services. The key personnel listed in Exhibit C attached hereto and incorporated herein by this reference and assigned to perform portions of the Services shall remain assigned through completion of the Services, unless otherwise mutually agreed by the parties in writing, or caused by hardship or resignation in which case substitutes shall be subject to City approval. 9. Assignment and Subcontracting. Neither party shall assign any right, interest, or obligation in or under this Agreement to any other entity without prior written consent of the other party. In any event, no assignment shall be made unless the assignee expressly assumes the obligations of assignor under this Agreement, in a writing satisfactory to the parties. Consultant acknowledges that any assignment may, at the Citys sole discretion, require City Manager and/or City Council approval. Consultant shall not subcontract any portion of the work required by this Agreement without prior written approval by the responsible City Contract Administrator. Subcontracts, if any, shall contain a provision making them subject to all provisions stipulated in this Agreement, including without limitation, the insurance obligations set forth in Section 12. The Consultant acknowledges and agrees that the City is an intended beneficiary of any work performed by any subcontractor for purposes of establishing a duty of care between any subcontractor and the City. 10. Independent Contractor. In the performance of this Agreement, Consultant, and Consultants employees, subcontractors and agents, shall act in an independent capacity as independent contractors, and not as officers or employees of the City of Riverside. Consultant acknowledges and agrees that the City has no obligation to pay or withhold state or federal taxes or to provide workers compensation or unemployment insurance to Consultant, or to

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Consultants employees, subcontractors and agents. Consultant, as an independent contractor, shall be responsible for any and all taxes that apply to Consultant as an employer. 11. Indemnification. 11.1 Design Professional Defined. For purposes of this Agreement, Design Professional includes the following: A. An individual licensed as an architect pursuant to Chapter 3 (commencing with Section 5500) of Division 3 of the Business and Professions Code, and a business entity offering architectural services in accordance with that chapter. An individual licensed as a landscape architect pursuant to Chapter 3.5 (commencing with Section 5615) of Division 3 of the Business and Professions Code, and a business entity offering landscape architectural services in accordance with that chapter. An individual registered as a professional engineer pursuant to Chapter 7 (commencing with Section 6700) of Division 3 of the Business and Professions Code, and a business entity offering professional engineering services in accordance with that chapter. An individual licensed as a professional land surveyor pursuant to Chapter 15 (commencing with Section 8700) of Division 3 of the Business and Professions Code, and a business entity offering professional land surveying services in accordance with that chapter.

B.

C.

D.

11.2 Defense Obligation For Design Professional Liability. Consultant agrees, at its cost and expense, to promptly defend the City, and the Citys employees, officers, managers, agents and council members (collectively the "Parties to be Defended") from and against any and all claims, allegations, lawsuits, arbitration proceedings, administrative proceedings, regulatory proceedings, or other legal proceedings to the extent the same arise out of, pertain to, or relate to the negligence, recklessness or willful misconduct of Consultant, or anyone employed by or working under the Consultant or for services rendered to the Consultant in the performance of the Contract, notwithstanding that the City may have benefited from its work or services and whether or not caused in part by the negligence of an Indemnified Party. Consultant agrees to provide this defense immediately upon written notice from the City, and with well qualified, adequately insured and experienced legal counsel acceptable to City. This obligation to defend as set forth herein is binding on the successors, assigns and heirs of Consultant and shall survive the termination of Consultants Services under this Agreement. 11.3 Indemnity For Design Professional Liability. When the law establishes a professional standard of care for Consultants services, to the fullest extent permitted by law, Consultant shall indemnify, protect and hold harmless the City and the Citys employees, officers, managers, agents, and Council Members (Indemnified Parties) from and against any and all claim for damage, charge, lawsuit, action, judicial, administrative, regulatory or

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arbitration proceeding, damage, cost, expense (including counsel and expert fees), judgment, civil fines and penalties, liabilities or losses of any kind or nature whatsoever to the extent the same arise out of, pertain to, or relate to the negligence, recklessness or willful misconduct of Consultant, or anyone employed by or working under the Consultant or for services rendered to the Consultant in the performance of the Contract, notwithstanding that the City may have benefited from its work or services and whether or not caused in part by the negligence of an Indemnified Party. 11.4 Defense Obligation For Other Than Design Professional Liability. Consultant agrees, at its cost and expense, to promptly defend the City, and the Citys employees, officers, managers, agents and council members (collectively the Parties to be Defended) from and against any and all claims, allegations, lawsuits, arbitration proceedings, administrative proceedings, regulatory proceedings, or other legal proceedings which arise out of, or relate to, or are in any way connected with: (1) the Services, work, activities, operations, or duties of the Consultant, or of anyone employed by or working under the Consultant, or (2) any breach of the Contract by the Consultant. This duty to defend shall apply whether or not such claims, allegations, lawsuits or proceedings have merit or are meritless, or which involve claims or allegations that any or all of the Parties to be Defended were actively, passively, or concurrently negligent, or which otherwise assert that the Parties to be Defended are responsible, in whole or in part, for any loss, damage or injury. Consultant agrees to provide this defense immediately upon written notice from the City, and with well qualified, adequately insured and experienced legal counsel acceptable to City. This obligation to defend as set forth herein is binding on the successors, assigns and heirs of Consultant and shall survive the termination of Consultants Services under this Agreement. 11.5 Indemnity For Other Than Design Professional Liability. Except as to the sole negligence or willful misconduct of the City, Consultant agrees to indemnify, protect and hold harmless the Indemnified Parties from and against any claim for damage, charge, lawsuit, action, judicial, administrative, regulatory or arbitration proceeding, damage, cost, expense (including counsel and expert fees), judgment, civil fine and penalties, liabilities or losses of any kind or nature whatsoever whether actual, threatened or alleged, which arise out of, pertain to, or relate to, or are a consequence of, or are attributable to, or are in any manner connected with the performance of the Services, work, activities, operations or duties of the Consultant, or anyone employed by or working under the Consultant or for services rendered to Consultant in the performance of this Agreement, notwithstanding that the City may have benefited from its work or services. This indemnification provision shall apply to any acts, omissions, negligence, recklessness, or willful misconduct, whether active or passive, on the part of the Consultant or anyone employed or working under the Consultant. 12. Insurance. 12.1 General Provisions. Prior to the Citys execution of this Agreement, Consultant shall provide satisfactory evidence of, and shall thereafter maintain during the term of this Agreement, such insurance policies and coverages in the types, limits, forms and ratings required herein. The rating and required insurance policies and coverages may be modified in writing by the Citys Risk Manager or City Attorney, or a designee, unless such modification is prohibited by law.
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12.1.1 Limitations. These minimum amounts of coverage shall not constitute any limitation or cap on Consultants indemnification obligations under Section 11 hereof. 12.1.2 Ratings. Any insurance policy or coverage provided by Consultant or subcontractors as required by this Agreement shall be deemed inadequate and a material breach of this Agreement, unless such policy or coverage is issued by insurance companies authorized to transact insurance business in the State of California with a policy holders rating of A or higher and a Financial Class of VII or higher. 12.1.3 Cancellation. The policies shall not be canceled unless thirty (30) days prior written notification of intended cancellation has been given to City by certified or registered mail, postage prepaid. 12.1.4 Adequacy. The City, its officers, employees and agents make no representation that the types or limits of insurance specified to be carried by Consultant pursuant to this Agreement are adequate to protect Consultant. If Consultant believes that any required insurance coverage is inadequate, Consultant will obtain such additional insurance coverage as Consultant deems adequate, at Consultants sole expense. 12.2 Workers Compensation Insurance. By executing this Agreement, Consultant certifies that Consultant is aware of and will comply with Section 3700 of the Labor Code of the State of California requiring every employer to be insured against liability for workers compensation, or to undertake self-insurance before commencing any of the work. Consultant shall carry the insurance or provide for self-insurance required by California law to protect said Consultant from claims under the Workers Compensation Act. Prior to Citys execution of this Agreement, Consultant shall file with City either 1) a certificate of insurance showing that such insurance is in effect, or that Consultant is self-insured for such coverage, or 2) a certified statement that Consultant has no employees, and acknowledging that if Consultant does employ any person, the necessary certificate of insurance will immediately be filed with City. Any certificate filed with City shall provide that City will be given ten (10) days prior written notice before modification or cancellation thereof. 12.3 Commercial General Liability and Automobile Insurance. Prior to Citys execution of this Agreement, Consultant shall obtain, and shall thereafter maintain during the term of this Agreement, commercial general liability insurance and automobile liability insurance as required to insure Consultant against damages for personal injury, including accidental death, as well as from claims for property damage, which may arise from or which may concern operations by anyone directly or indirectly employed by, connected with, or acting for or on behalf of Consultant. The City, and its officers, employees and agents, shall be named as additional insureds under the Consultants insurance policies. 12.3.1 Consultants commercial general liability insurance policy shall cover both bodily injury (including death) and property damage (including, but not limited to, premises operations liability, products-completed operations liability, independent contractors liability, personal injury liability, and contractual liability) in an amount not less than $1,000,000 per occurrence and a general aggregate limit in the amount of not less than $2,000,000.

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12.3.2 Consultants automobile liability policy shall cover both bodily injury and property damage in an amount not less than $1,000,000 per occurrence and an aggregate limit of not less than $1,000,000. All of Consultants automobile and/or commercial general liability insurance policies shall cover all vehicles used in connection with Consultants performance of this Agreement, which vehicles shall include, but are not limited to, Consultant owned vehicles, Consultant leased vehicles, Consultants employee vehicles, non-Consultant owned vehicles and hired vehicles. 12.3.3 Prior to Citys execution of this Agreement, copies of insurance policies or original certificates and additional insured endorsements evidencing the coverage required by this Agreement, for both commercial general and automobile liability insurance, shall be filed with City and shall include the City and its officers, employees and agents, as additional insureds. Said policies shall be in the usual form of commercial general and automobile liability insurance policies, but shall include the following provisions: It is agreed that the City of Riverside, and its officers, employees and agents, are added as additional insureds under this policy, solely for work done by and on behalf of the named insured for the City of Riverside. 12.3.4 following provisions: a. The policy shall be endorsed to waive any right of subrogation against the City and its sub-consultants, employees, officers and agents for services performed under this Agreement. b. If the policy is written on a claims made basis, the certificate should so specify and the policy must continue in force for one year after completion of the services. The retroactive date of coverage must also be listed. c. The policy shall specify that the insurance provided by Consultant will be considered primary and not contributory to any other insurance available to the City. 12.4 Errors and Omissions Insurance. Prior to Citys execution of this Agreement, Consultant shall obtain, and shall thereafter maintain during the term of this Agreement, errors and omissions professional liability insurance in the minimum amount of $1,000,000 to protect the City from claims resulting from the Consultants activities. 12.5 Subcontractors Insurance. Consultant shall require all of its subcontractors to carry insurance, in an amount sufficient to cover the risk of injury, damage or loss that may be caused by the subcontractors scope of work and activities provided in furtherance of this Agreement, including, but without limitation, the following coverages: Workers Compensation, Commercial General Liability, Errors and Omissions, and Automobile The insurance policy or policies shall also comply with the

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liability. Upon Citys request, Consultant shall provide City with satisfactory evidence that Subcontractors have obtained insurance policies and coverages required by this section. 13. Business Tax. Consultant understands that the Services performed under this Agreement constitutes doing business in the City of Riverside, and Consultant agrees that Consultant will register for and pay a business tax pursuant to Chapter 5.04 of the Riverside Municipal Code and keep such tax certificate current during the term of this Agreement. 14. Time of Essence. Time is of the essence for each and every provision of this Agreement. 15. Citys Right to Employ Other Consultants. City reserves the right to employ other Consultants in connection with the Project. If the City is required to employ another consultant to complete Consultants work, due to the failure of the Consultant to perform, or due to the breach of any of the provisions of this Agreement, the City reserves the right to seek reimbursement from Consultant. 16. Accounting Records. Consultant shall maintain complete and accurate records with respect to costs incurred under this Agreement. All such records shall be clearly identifiable. Consultant shall allow a representative of City during normal business hours to examine, audit, and make transcripts or copies of such records and any other documents created pursuant to this Agreement. Consultant shall allow inspection of all work, data, documents, proceedings, and activities related to the Agreement for a period of three (3) years from the date of final payment under this Agreement. 17. Confidentiality. All ideas, memoranda, specifications, plans, procedures, drawings, descriptions, computer program data, input record data, written information, and other materials either created by or provided to Consultant in connection with the performance of this Agreement shall be held confidential by Consultant, except as otherwise directed by Citys Contract Administrator. Nothing furnished to Consultant which is otherwise known to the Consultant or is generally known, or has become known, to the related industry shall be deemed confidential. Consultant shall not use Citys name or insignia, photographs of the Project, or any publicity pertaining to the Services or the Project in any magazine, trade paper, newspaper, television or radio production, website, or other similar medium without the prior written consent of the City. 18. Ownership of Documents. All reports, maps, drawings and other contract deliverables prepared under this Agreement by Consultant shall be and remain the property of City. Consultant shall not release to others information furnished by City without prior express written approval of City. 19. Copyrights. Consultant agrees that any work prepared for City which is eligible for copyright protection in the United States or elsewhere shall be a work made for hire. If any such work is deemed for any reason not to be a work made for hire, Consultant assigns all right, title and interest in the copyright in such work, and all extensions and renewals thereof, to City, and agrees to provide all assistance reasonably requested by City in the establishment, preservation

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and enforcement of its copyright in such work, such assistance to be provided at City's expense but without any additional compensation to Consultant. Consultant agrees to waive all moral rights relating to the work developed or produced, including without limitation any and all rights of identification of authorship and any and all rights of approval, restriction or limitation on use or subsequent modifications. 20. Conflict of Interest. Consultant, for itself and on behalf of the individuals listed in Exhibit C, represents and warrants that by the execution of this Agreement, they have no interest, present or contemplated, in the Project affected by the above-described Services. Consultant further warrants that neither Consultant, nor the individuals listed in Exhibit C have any real property, business interests or income interests that will be affected by this project or, alternatively, that Consultant will file with the City an affidavit disclosing any such interest. 21. Solicitation. Consultant warrants that Consultant has not employed or retained any person or agency to solicit or secure this Agreement, nor has it entered into any agreement or understanding for a commission, percentage, brokerage, or contingent fee to be paid to secure this Agreement. For breach of this warranty, City shall have the right to terminate this Agreement without liability and pay Consultant only for the value of work Consultant has actually performed, or, in its sole discretion, to deduct from the Agreement price or otherwise recover from Consultant the full amount of such commission, percentage, brokerage or commission fee. The remedies specified in this section shall be in addition to and not in lieu of those remedies otherwise specified in this Agreement. 22. General Compliance With Laws. Consultant shall keep fully informed of federal, state and local laws and ordinances and regulations which in any manner affect those employed by Consultant, or in any way affect the performance of services by Consultant pursuant to this Agreement. Consultant shall at all times observe and comply with all such laws, ordinances and regulations, and shall be solely responsible for any failure to comply with all applicable laws, ordinances and regulations. Consultant represents and warrants that Consultant has obtained all necessary licenses to perform the Scope of Services and that such licenses are in good standing. Consultant further represents and warrants that the services provided herein shall conform to all ordinances, policies and practices of the City of Riverside. 23. Waiver. No action or failure to act by the City shall constitute a waiver of any right or duty afforded City under this Agreement, nor shall any such action or failure to act constitute approval of or acquiescence in any breach thereunder, except as may be specifically, provided in this Agreement or as may be otherwise agreed in writing. 24. Amendments. This Agreement may be modified or amended only by a written agreement and/or change order executed by the Consultant and City. 25. Termination. City, by notifying Consultant in writing, shall have the right to terminate any or all of Consultants services and work covered by this Agreement at any time. In the event of such termination, Consultant may submit Consultants final written statement of the amount of Consultants services as of the date of such termination based upon the ratio that the work completed bears to the total work required to make the report complete, subject to the

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Citys rights under Sections 15 and 25 hereof. In ascertaining the work actually rendered through the termination date, City shall consider completed work, work in progress and complete and incomplete reports and other documents only after delivered to City. 25.1 Other than as stated below, City shall give Consultant thirty (30) days prior written notice prior to termination. 25.2 City may terminate this Agreement upon fifteen (15) days written notice to Consultant, in the event: 25.2.1 Consultant substantially fails to perform or materially breaches the Agreement; or 25.2.2 City decides to abandon or postpone the Project. 26. Offsets. Consultant acknowledges and agrees that with respect to any business tax or penalties thereon, utility charges, invoiced fee or other debt which Consultant owes or may owe to the City, City reserves the right to withhold and offset said amounts from payments or refunds or reimbursements owed by City to Consultant. Notice of such withholding and offset, shall promptly be given to Consultant by City in writing. In the event of a dispute as to the amount owed or whether such amount is owed to the City, City will hold such disputed amount until either the appropriate appeal process has been completed or until the dispute has been resolved. 27. Successors and Assigns. This Agreement shall be binding upon City and its successors and assigns, and upon Consultant and its permitted successors and assigns, and shall not be assigned by Consultant, either in whole or in part, except as otherwise provided in paragraph 9 of this Agreement. 28. Venue and Attorneys Fees. Any action at law or in equity brought by either of the parties hereto for the purpose of enforcing a right or rights provided for by this Agreement shall be tried in a court of competent jurisdiction in the County of Riverside, State of California, and the parties hereby waive all provisions of law providing for a change of venue in such proceedings to any other county. In the event either party hereto shall bring suit to enforce any term of this Agreement or to recover any damages for and on account of the breach of any term or condition of this Agreement, it is mutually agreed that the prevailing party in such action shall recover all costs thereof, including reasonable attorneys fees, to be set by the court in such action. 29. Nondiscrimination. During Consultants performance of this Agreement, Consultant shall not discriminate on the grounds of race, religious creed, color, national origin, ancestry, age, physical disability, mental disability, medical condition, including the medical condition of Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS) or any condition related thereto, marital status, sex, or sexual orientation, in the selection and retention of employees and subcontractors and the procurement of materials and equipment, except as provided in Section 12940 of the California Government Code. Further, Consultant agrees to conform to the requirements of the Americans with Disabilities Act in the performance of this Agreement.

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30. Severability. Each provision, term, condition, covenant and/or restriction, in whole and in part, of this Agreement shall be considered severable. In the event any provision, term, condition, covenant and/or restriction, in whole and/or in part, of this Agreement is declared invalid, unconstitutional, or void for any reason, such provision or part thereof shall be severed from this Agreement and shall not affect any other provision, term, condition, covenant and/or restriction of this Agreement, and the remainder of the Agreement shall continue in full force and effect. 31. Authority. The individuals executing this Agreement and the instruments referenced herein on behalf of Consultant each represent and warrant that they have the legal power, right and actual authority to bind Consultant to the terms and conditions hereof and thereof. 32. Entire Agreement. This Agreement constitutes the final, complete, and exclusive statement of the terms of the agreement between the parties pertaining to the subject matter of this Agreement, and supersedes all prior and contemporaneous understandings or agreements of the parties. Neither party has been induced to enter into this Agreement by, and neither party is relying on, any representation or warranty outside those expressly set forth in this Agreement. 33. Interpretation. City and Consultant acknowledge and agree that this Agreement is the product of mutual arms-length negotiations and accordingly, the rule of construction, which provides that the ambiguities in a document shall be construed against the drafter of that document, shall have no application to the interpretation and enforcement of this Agreement. 33.1 Titles and captions are for convenience of reference only and do not define, describe or limit the scope or the intent of the Agreement or any of its terms. Reference to section numbers, are to sections in the Agreement unless expressly stated otherwise. 33.2 This Agreement shall be governed by and construed in accordance with the laws of the State of California in effect at the time of the execution of this Agreement. 33.3 In the event of a conflict between the body of this Agreement and Exhibit A - Scope of Services hereto, the terms contained in Exhibit A shall be controlling. 34. Exhibits. The following exhibits attached hereto are incorporated herein to this Agreement by this reference: Exhibit A - Scope of Services Exhibit B - Compensation Exhibit C - Key Personnel (Signatures on following page.)

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IN WITNESS WHEREOF, City and Consultant have caused this Agreement to be duly executed the day and year first above written. CITY OF RIVERSIDE, a California charter city and municipal corporation By: City Manager [**Name of CONSULTANT or COMPANY**], a California corporation By:

[**Name of 1st Representative**] [**Title of 1st Representative**]

By: Attest: City Clerk

[**Name of 2nd Representative**] [**Title of 2nd Representative**]

Certified as to Availability of Funds: By: Finance Director


*Not necessary if City Council approval required.

Approved as to Form: By: Deputy City Attorney

Master Agreement Rev: 03/06/09

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EXHIBIT A SCOPE OF SERVICES

EXHIBIT B COMPENSATION

EXHIBIT C KEY PERSONNEL