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January 24, 2013

City, School officer agreement on Monday's board agenda

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5.     Insurance.  The City and the School District shall each maintain Commercial General Liability insurance for protection of each, respectively, from any liability arising out of any accidents or other occurrences causing any injury and/or damage to any person or property arising from the performance of their obligations under this Agreement due directly or indirectly to the actions of the insured.  If allowed by the respective parties insurance carriers, each party shall name the other as an additional insured on their policy as it pertains to this Agreement.
 
The City shall maintain Workers’ Compensation insurance for the SRO as statutorily required by the State of Iowa and Employer’s Liability insurance.
 
All required insurance shall be obtained from issuers of recognized responsibility licensed to do business in the State of Iowa.  Each party shall be furnished with a certificate(s) of insurance required under this Agreement upon request.  Such policies shall not be modified or cancelled except upon at least thirty (30) calendar days’ prior written notice to the other party to this Agreement.
 
6.     Indemnification.  To the extent permitted by law, each party shall indemnify and hold harmless the other party from and against any and all damages, losses, costs, and expenses, including reasonable attorneys’ fees, arising out of the negligence, violation of law, or willful misconduct of the indemnifying party, or its officers, employees, or agents, in the performance of its duties under this Agreement.  The foregoing paragraph shall survive termination of this Agreement with respect to any damage, loss, cost, or expense occurring prior to such termination.
 
7.     No Separate Entity.   No separate legal or administrative entity or joint board is created by this Agreement.  The Superintendent of the School District and the City Manager of the City shall be designated as the administrators of this Agreement for the purposes of Iowa Code Chapter 28E and the operation of the SRO program under this Agreement.  The Superintendent and the City Manager may designate other individuals, such as the School District’s Activities Director and the High School Principal and the City’s Chief of Police, to provide information and to participate in consultations in connection with this Agreement. 

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