CITY COUNCIL AGENDA ITEM
Meeting Date: August 26, 2003
Subject/Title: Approve a Resolution authorizing the City Manager to execute
a Lease with Nextel of California, Inc. for the use of City open space
located adjacent to a PG&E tower, near West Country Club Drive
Submitted by: Engineering: B. Grewal, City Engineer
Dennis Beougher, City Attorney
Approve a Resolution authorizing the City Manager to execute a Lease with
Nextel of California, Inc. for an antenna equipment box and related
improvements (approximately 1,200 square feet plus access and utility
easement), located at the base of a PG&E tower near West Country Club Drive.
The City has previously approved wireless antenna leases for various City
properties, including the City’s water tower. The City has accepted the open
space adjacent to the PG&E towers that traverse the Shadow Lakes subdivision
that is needed for Nextel of California to place a building for its
equipment that also requires a five foot wide utility easement and access
easement over an existing gravel road that leads to the PG&E tower. The open
space adjacent to the PG&E towers are maintained by the Landscape and
Lighting District assessment.
The proposed lease is consistent with the terms of the City’s lease with
other wireless communication antennas located on City property. The major
terms of the proposed lease are as follows:
Term: Five year original term, with three additional periods of 5 years each
to renew (maximum 20 year lease); and
Rent: $1000 per month under the original term, with annual rent increases to
match CPI, not less than 2% but also a maximum of 6% for any annual rent
All other lease provisions are comparable or identical to other City leases
with wireless companies.
The City will receive approximately $12,000 per year that will increase
slightly over the term of the lease. As a result of this recommended action,
the City will incur associated administrative expenses of invoicing and
A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF BRENTWOOD AUTHORIZING THE
CITY MANAGER TO EXECUTE A LEASE WITH NEXTEL OF CALIFORNIA, INC. FOR THE USE
OF CITY OPEN SPACE LOCATED ADJACENT TO A PG&E TOWER, NEAR WEST COUNTRY CLUB
WHEREAS, Nextel of California, Inc. requests permission to construct a
wireless antenna on the PG&E Tower and build an antenna equipment box and
related improvements located near West Country Club Drive; and
WHEREAS, Nextel of California, Inc. has proposed a lease with an initial
term of five years, plus 3 renewal options of 5 years each, to the City
Council plus rent and provisions consistent with other wireless antenna
leases on other City owned property.
NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the City Council of the City of Brentwood
directs as follows:
The City Manager is authorized to execute the attached Lease between the
City and Nextel of California, Inc. located in open space adjacent to an
existing PG&E tower near West Country Club Drive.
PASSED, APPROVED AND ADOPTED by the City Council of the City of Brentwood at
a regular meeting on the 26th day of August 2003 by the following vote:
COMMUNICATIONS SITE LEASE AGREEMENT (GROUND)
This COMMUNICATIONS SITE LEASE AGREEMENT (“Agreement”) is dated as of ,
2003, by NEXTEL OF CALIFORNIA, INC., a Delaware corporation, d/b/a Nextel
Communications (“Nextel” or “Tenant”) and City of Brentwood, a public entity
(“Owner” or “Landlord”).
For One Dollar ($1.00) paid to Owner, and other good and valuable
consideration the receipt and sufficiency of which is hereby acknowledged,
the parties hereto agree as follows:
1. Premises. Owner owns a parcel of land (“Land”) located in the City of
Brentwood County of Contra Costa State of California, commonly known as West
Country Club Drive (APN: 019-490-055). The Land is more particularly
described in Exhibit A annexed hereto. Subject to the provisions of
Paragraph 2 below (“Effective Date/Due Diligence Period”), Owner hereby
leases to Nextel and Nextel leases from Owner approximately 120 square feet
of the Land and all access and utility easements necessary or desirable
therefor (“Premises”), as may be described generally in Exhibit B annexed
2. Effective Date/Due Diligence Period. This Agreement shall be effective on
the date of full execution hereof (“Effective Date”). Beginning on the
Effective Date and continuing until the Term Commencement Date as defined in
Paragraph 3 below (“Due Diligence Period”), Nextel shall only be permitted
to enter the Land for the limited purpose of making appropriate engineering
and boundary surveys, inspections, and other reasonably necessary
investigations and signal, topographical, geotechnical, structural and
environmental tests (collectively, “Investigations and Tests”) that Nextel
may deem necessary or desirable to determine the physical condition,
feasibility and suitability of the Premises. In the event that Nextel
determines, during the Due Diligence Period, that the Premises are not
appropriate for Nextel’s intended use, or if for any other reason, or no
reason, Nextel decides not to commence its tenancy of the Premises, then
Nextel shall have the right to terminate this Agreement without penalty upon
written notice to Owner at any time during the Due Diligence Period and
prior to the Term Commencement Date. Owner and Nextel expressly acknowledge
and agree that Nextel’s access to the Land during this Due Diligence Period
shall be solely for the limited purpose of performing the Investigations and
Tests, and that Nextel shall not be considered an owner or operator of any
portion of the Land, and shall have no ownership or control of any portion
of the Land (except as expressly provided in this Paragraph 2), prior to the
Term Commencement Date.
3. Term. The term of Nextel’s tenancy hereunder shall commence upon
commercial operation of the Tenant Facilities (as defined in Paragraph 6
below) or eighteen (18) months following the Effective Date, whichever first
occurs (“Term Commencement Date”) and shall terminate on the fifth
anniversary of the Term Commencement Date (“Term”) unless otherwise
terminated as provided herein. Tenant shall have the right to extend the
Term for three (3) successive five (5) year periods (“Renewal Terms”) on the
same terms and conditions as set forth herein. This Agreement shall
automatically be extended for each successive Renewal Term unless Tenant
notifies Landlord of its intention not to renew prior to commencement of the
succeeding Renewal Term.
4. Rent. Within fifteen (15) business days following the Term Commencement
Date and on the first day of each month thereafter, Tenant shall pay to
Landlord as rent one thousand and 00/100 Dollars ($1000.00) per month
(“Rent”). Rent for any fractional month at the beginning or at the end of
the Term or Renewal Term shall be prorated. Rent shall be payable to
Landlord at City of Brentwood, 150 City Park Way, Brentwood, CA 94513
Attention: John Stevenson. All of Tenant’s monetary obligations set forth in
this Agreement are conditioned upon Tenant’s receipt of an accurate and
executed W-9 Form from Landlord. On each anniversary of the Commencement
Date, Tenant shall pay the then current Rent, increased by any percentage
increase which occurred in the Consumer Price Index (“CPI”) for “All Items -
All Urban Consumers” for the San Francisco-Oakland-San Jose Metropolitan
Statistical Area during the preceding year period. However, such increase
shall not be less than two percent (2 %) and shall not exceed six percent (6
%) of the Rent in effect for the previous year. If the Index is discontinued
or revised, such other government index or computation with which it is
replaced shall be used in order to obtain substantially the same result as
if the Index had not been discontinued or revised.
5. Use. From and after the Term Commencement Date, the Premises may be used
by Tenant for any lawful activity in connection with the provision of
communications services, and Tenant shall have the ongoing right to perform
such Investigations and Tests as Tenant may deem necessary or desirable.
Landlord agrees to cooperate with Tenant, at Tenant's expense, in making
application for and obtaining all licenses, permits and any and all other
necessary approvals that may be required for Tenant's intended use of the
6. Facilities; Utilities; Access.
(a) Tenant has the right to construct, erect, maintain, replace, remove,
operate and upgrade on the Premises communications facilities, including
without limitation an antenna tower or pole and foundation, utility lines,
transmission lines, air conditioned equipment shelter(s), electronic
equipment, transmitting and receiving antennas, a standby power generator
and generator pad, supporting equipment and structures therefor (“Tenant
Facilities”) subject to Landlord’s Planning Commission conditions of
approval of the Tenant Facilities. In connection therewith, Tenant has the
right to do all work necessary to prepare, maintain and alter the Premises
for Tenant’s business operations and to install transmission lines
connecting the antennas to the transmitters and receivers. All of Tenant’s
construction and installation work shall be performed at Tenant’s sole cost
and expense and in a good and workmanlike manner. Tenant shall hold title to
the Tenant Facilities and all of the Tenant Facilities shall remain Tenant’s
personal property and are not fixtures. Tenant has the right to remove the
Tenant Facilities at its sole expense on or before the expiration or earlier
termination of this Agreement, and Tenant shall repair any damage to the
Premises caused by such removal. Upon the expiration or earlier termination
of this Agreement, Tenant shall remove the Tenant Facilities from the Land,
but is not required to remove any foundation more than one (1) foot below
(b) Tenant shall pay for the electricity it consumes in its operations at
the rate charged by the servicing utility company. Tenant shall have the
right to draw electricity and other utilities from the existing utilities on
the Land or obtain separate utility service from any utility company that
will provide service to the Land. Landlord agrees to sign such documents or
easements as may be required by said utility companies to provide such
service to the Premises, including the grant to Tenant or to the servicing
utility company at no cost to the Tenant, of an easement in, over across or
through the Land as required by such servicing utility company to provide
utility services as provided herein. Any easement necessary for such power
or other utilities will be at a location acceptable to Landlord and the
servicing utility company.
(c) Tenant, Tenant’s employees, agents and contractors shall have access to
the Premises without notice to Landlord twenty-four (24) hours a day, seven
(7) days a week, at no charge. Landlord grants to Tenant, and Tenant’s
agents, employees, contractors, guests and invitees, a non-exclusive right
and easement for pedestrian and vehicular ingress and egress across the Land
as may be described generally in Exhibit B.
(d) Tenant may construct an access road to the Premises (“Access Road”),
across the Land as more fully described in Exhibit B, if Tenant reasonably
determines such Access Road is necessary for Tenant’s ingress to and egress
from the Premises. Tenant shall be responsible for maintaining and repairing
such Access Road until the expiration or earlier termination of this
Agreement, at its sole expense, less reasonable wear and tear or loss caused
by other casualty or cause beyond Tenant’s control. Landlord shall be
responsible for any damages to the Access Road caused by Landlord’s, or
Landlord’s agents, employees, licensees, invitees or contractors, use of the
Access Road, and shall be responsible for maintaining and repairing the
Access Road from and after the expiration or earlier termination of this
Agreement, which costs shall be Landlord’s sole responsibility.
(a) Tenant shall operate the Tenant Facilities in compliance with all
Federal Communications Commission (“FCC”) requirements and in a manner that
will not cause interference to Landlord or other lessees or licensees of the
Land, provided that any such installations predate that of the Tenant
(b) Subsequent to the installation of the Tenant Facilities, Landlord will
not, and will not permit its lessees or licensees to, install new equipment
on or make any alterations to the Land or property contiguous thereto owned
or controlled by Landlord, if such modifications are likely to cause
interference with Tenant’s operations. In the event interference occurs,
Landlord agrees to use best efforts to eliminate such interference in a
reasonable time period. Landlord’s failure to comply with this paragraph
shall be a material breach of this Agreement.
8. Taxes. If unsecured property or personal property taxes are assessed,
Tenant shall pay any portion of such taxes directly attributable to the
Tenant Facilities. Landlord shall pay all real property taxes, assessments
and deferred taxes on the Land.
9. Waiver of Landlord’s Lien.
(a) Landlord waives any lien rights it may have concerning the Tenant
Facilities, all of which are deemed Tenant’s personal property and not
fixtures, and Tenant has the right to remove the same at any time without
(b) Landlord acknowledges that Tenant has entered into a financing
arrangement including promissory notes and financial and security agreements
for the financing of the Tenant Facilities (“Collateral”) with a third party
financing entity (and may in the future enter into additional financing
arrangements with other financing entities). In connection therewith,
Landlord (i) consents to the installation of the Collateral; (ii) disclaims
any interest in the Collateral, as fixtures or otherwise; and (iii) agrees
that the Collateral shall be exempt from execution, foreclosure, sale, levy,
attachment, or distress for any Rent due or to become due and that such
Collateral may be removed at any time without recourse to legal proceedings.
10. Termination. This Agreement may be terminated without further liability
on thirty (30) days prior written notice as follows: (i) by either party
upon a default of any covenant or term hereof by the other party, which
default is not cured within sixty (60) days of receipt of written notice of
default, except that the Agreement shall not be terminated if the default
cannot reasonably be cured within such sixty (60) day period and the
defaulting party has commenced to cure the default within such sixty (60)
day period and diligently pursues the cure to completion; provided that the
grace period for any monetary default is ten (10) days from receipt of
written notice; or (ii) by Tenant if it does not obtain or maintain any
license, permit or other approval necessary for the construction and
operation of the Tenant Facilities; or (iii) by Tenant if Tenant is unable
to occupy and utilize the Premises due to an action of the FCC, including
without limitation, a take back of channels or change in frequencies; or
(iv) by Tenant if any environmental report for the Land reveals the presence
of any Hazardous Material after the Term Commencement Date; or (v) by Tenant
if Tenant determines that the Premises are not appropriate for its
operations for economic or technological reasons, including, without
limitation, signal interference; or (vi) by Tenant if the Landlord fails to
deliver to Tenant an executed memorandum of agreement or non-disturbance and
attornment agreement pursuant to Paragraphs 19(g) and (h) below.
11. Destruction or Condemnation. If the Premises or Tenant Facilities are
damaged, destroyed, condemned or transferred in lieu of condemnation, Tenant
may elect to terminate this Agreement as of the date of the damage,
destruction, condemnation or transfer in lieu of condemnation by giving
notice to Landlord no more than forty-five (45) days following the date of
such damage, destruction, condemnation or transfer in lieu of condemnation.
If Tenant chooses not to terminate this Agreement, Rent shall be reduced or
abated in proportion to the actual reduction or abatement of use of the
12. Insurance. Tenant, at Tenant’s sole cost and expense, shall procure and
maintain on the Premises and on the Tenant Facilities, bodily injury and
property damage insurance with a combined single limit of at least One
Million and 00/100 Dollars ($1,000,000.00) per occurrence. Such insurance
shall insure, on an occurrence basis, against all liability of Tenant, its
employees and agents arising out of or in connection with Tenant’s use of
the Premises, all as provided for herein.
13. Waiver of Subrogation. Landlord and Tenant release each other and their
employees, representatives and agents, from any claims for damage to any
person or to the Land or the Premises or to the Tenant Facilities or any
other property thereon caused by, or that result from, risks insured against
under any insurance policies carried by the parties and in force at the time
of any such damage. Landlord and Tenant shall cause each insurance policy
obtained by them to provide that the insurance company waives all right of
recovery by way of subrogation against the other in connection with any
damage covered by any policy. Neither Landlord nor Tenant shall be liable to
the other for any damage caused by fire or any of the risks insured against
under any insurance policy required by Paragraph 12.
14. Liability and Indemnity. Tenant shall indemnify, defend and hold
Landlord harmless from and against all claims, losses, liabilities, damages,
costs, and expenses (including reasonable attorneys' and consultants' fees,
costs and expenses) (collectively "Losses") arising from Tenant’s breach of
any term or condition of this Agreement or from the negligence or willful
misconduct of the Tenant's agents, employees or contractors in or about the
Land except for Landlord’s sole negligence or willful misconduct. The duties
described in this Paragraph 14 shall apply as of the Effective Date of this
Agreement and survive the termination of this Agreement.
15. Assignment and Subletting. Tenant may assign this Agreement, or sublet
or license the Premises or any portion thereof, which shall be evidenced by
written notice thereof to Landlord within a reasonable period of time
thereafter. Upon assignment, Tenant shall be relieved of all future
performance, liabilities, and obligations under this Agreement, provided
that the assignee assumes all of Tenant’s obligations herein. Landlord may
assign this Agreement, which assignment may be evidenced by written notice
to Tenant within a reasonable period of time thereafter, provided that the
assignee assumes all of Landlord’s obligations herein, including but not
limited to, those set forth in Paragraph 9 (“Waiver of Landlord’s Lien”)
above. This Agreement shall run with the property and shall be binding upon
and inure to the benefit of the parties, their respective successors,
personal representatives, heirs and assigns. Notwithstanding anything to the
contrary contained in this Agreement, Tenant may assign, mortgage, pledge,
hypothecate or otherwise transfer without notice or consent its interest in
this Agreement to any financing entity, or agent on behalf of any financing
entity to whom Tenant (i) has obligations for borrowed money or in respect
of guaranties thereof, (ii) has obligations evidenced by bonds, debentures,
notes or similar instruments, or (iii) has obligations under or with respect
to letters of credit, bankers acceptances and similar facilities or in
respect of guaranties thereof.
16. Warranty of Title and Quiet Enjoyment. Landlord warrants that: (i)
Landlord owns the Land in fee simple and has rights of access thereto and
the Land is free and clear of all liens, encumbrances and restrictions
except those of record as of the Effective Date; and (ii) Landlord covenants
and agrees with Tenant that Tenant may peacefully and quietly enjoy the
Premises, provided that Tenant is not in default hereunder after notice and
expiration of all cure periods.
17. Repairs. Tenant shall repair any damage to the Premises or Land caused
by the negligence or willful misconduct of Tenant. Except as set forth in
Paragraph 6(a) above, upon expiration or termination hereof, Tenant shall
repair the Premises to substantially the condition in which it existed upon
start of construction, reasonable wear and tear and loss by casualty or
other causes beyond Tenant’s control excepted.
18. Hazardous Materials.
(a) As of the Effective Date of this Agreement: (1) Tenant hereby represents
and warrants that it shall not use, generate, handle, store or dispose of
any Hazardous Material in, on, under, upon or affecting the Land in
violation of any Environmental Law (as defined below), and (2) Landlord
hereby represents and warrants that (i) it has no knowledge of the presence
of any Hazardous Material located in, on, under, upon or affecting the Land
in violation of any Environmental Law; (ii) no notice has been received by
or on behalf of Landlord from, and Landlord has no knowledge that notice has
been given to any predecessor owner or operator of the Land by, any
governmental entity or any person or entity claiming any violation of, or
requiring compliance with any Environmental Law for any environmental damage
in, on, under, upon or affecting the Land; and (iii) it will not permit
itself or any third party to use, generate, handle, store or dispose of any
Hazardous Material in, on, under, upon, or affecting the Land in violation
of any Environmental Law.
(b) Without limitation of Paragraph 14, Landlord and Tenant shall each
indemnify, defend and hold the other harmless from and against all Losses
arising from (i) any breach of any representation or warranty made in this
Paragraph 18 by such party; and/or (ii) environmental conditions or
noncompliance with any Environmental Law (as defined below) that result, in
the case of Tenant, from operations in or about the Land by Tenant or
Tenant's agents, employees or contractors, and in the case of Landlord, from
the ownership or control of, or operations in or about, the Land by Landlord
or Landlord's predecessors in interest, and their respective agents,
employees, contractors, tenants, guests or other parties. The duties
described in this Paragraph 18 shall apply as of the Effective Date of this
Agreement and survive termination of this Agreement.
(c) "Hazardous Material" means any solid, gaseous or liquid wastes
(including hazardous wastes), regulated substances, pollutants or
contaminants or terms of similar import, as such terms are defined in any
Environmental Law, and shall include, without limitation, any petroleum or
petroleum products or by-products, flammable explosives, radioactive
materials, asbestos in any form, polychlorinated biphenyls and any other
substance or material which constitutes a threat to health, safety, property
or the environment or which has been or is in the future determined by any
governmental entity to be prohibited, limited or regulated by any
(d) “Environmental Law” means any and all federal, state or local laws,
rules, regulations, codes, ordinances, or by-laws, and any judicial or
administrative interpretations thereof, including orders, decrees,
judgments, rulings, directives or notices of violation, that create duties,
obligations or liabilities with respect to: (i) human health; or (ii)
environmental pollution, impairment or disruption, including, without
limitation, laws governing the existence, use, storage, treatment,
discharge, release, containment, transportation, generation, manufacture,
refinement, handling, production, disposal, or management of any Hazardous
Material, or otherwise regulating or providing for the protection of the
19. Relocation of Tenant Facilities. Subject to the other provisions of this
Agreement, Landlord shall have the one-time right, after expiration of the
Initial Term and subsequent proper notice, as required below, to relocate
Tenant’s Facilities from the Premises to another adjacent portion of the
Land (the “Alternate Premises”) subject to the following terms and
(a) After expiration of the Initial Term, Landlord shall provide at least
six (6) months prior written notice of Landlord’s exercise of its right to
relocate Tenant’s Facilities. The size, location and dimensions of the
Alternate Premises shall be chosen by Landlord but must, in Tenant’s
reasonable judgment, be at least as suitable for the purpose of operating
telecommunication facilities as the site, location and dimensions of the
Premises. If the Alternate Premises are not suitable for Tenant’s
operations, as determined by Tenant in its sole judgment, Tenant may
immediately terminate this Agreement with no further liability or penalty
provided that in the event Tenant elects to terminate, Landlord shall have
the option to withdraw its exercise of the relocation option thereby
rendering Tenant’s election to terminate null and void.
(b) Tenant shall not be required to relocate its equipment shelter to any
location or in any manner that would cause any deterioration or diminution
in the quality, capacity or coverage, or which would cause any interruption
of its service including but not limited to installation and operation of a
cell-on-wheels. Landlord and Tenant shall cooperate in good faith to
schedule the relocation at a mutually agreeable time, taking into account
the nature of the equipment that must be relocated, the need to modify or
obtain governmental approvals, if any, and the need to schedule new
engineering and/or construction work, if any. Notwithstanding any of the
foregoing, Tenant may require that the relocation be performed on a weekend
if reasonably possible so as to minimize disruption to its service.
(c) Upon the relocation of Tenant’s Facilities to the Alternate Premises,
all references in this Agreement to the Premises shall be deemed to be in
reference to and mean the Alternate Premises. Following such relocation,
Lessee may, at its expense, prepare plans delineating the Alternate
Premises, which shall then replace “Exhibit B” of this Agreement as the
“Revised Exhibit B”.
(a) This Agreement constitutes the entire agreement and understanding
between the parties, and supersedes all offers, negotiations and other
agreements concerning the subject matter contained herein. Any amendments to
this Agreement must be in writing and executed by both parties.
(b) Both parties represent and warrant that their use of the Land and their
real and personal property located thereon is in compliance with all
applicable, valid and enforceable statutes, laws, ordinances and regulations
of any competent government authority.
(c) If any provision of this Agreement is invalid or unenforceable with
respect to any party, the remainder of this Agreement or the application of
such provision to persons other than those as to whom it is held invalid or
unenforceable, shall not be affected and each provision of this Agreement
shall be valid and enforceable to the fullest extent permitted by law.
(d) This Agreement shall be binding on and inure to the benefit of the
successors and permitted assignees of the respective parties.
(e) Any notice or demand required to be given herein shall be made by
certified or registered mail, return receipt requested, or reliable
overnight courier to the address of the respective parties set forth below:
City of Brentwood
150 City Park Way
Brentwood, CA 94513
Attn: John Stevenson, City Manager
Phone: (925) 516-5181 Tenant:
Nextel of California, Inc.
1255 Treat Boulevard, Suite 800
Walnut Creek, CA 94597
Attn: Property Services
Phone: (925) 279-2300
With a copy to:
Nextel Communications, Inc.
2001 Edmund Halley Drive
Reston, VA 20191-3436
Second Floor, Mail Stop 2E225
Attn: Site Leasing Services, Contracts Manager
Landlord or Tenant may from time to time designate any other address for
this purpose by written notice to the other party. All notices hereunder
shall be deemed received upon actual receipt.
(f) This Agreement shall be governed by the laws of the State of California.
(g) Landlord agrees to execute and deliver to Tenant a Memorandum of
Agreement in the form annexed hereto as Exhibit C and acknowledges that such
Memorandum of Agreement will be recorded by Tenant in the official records
of the County where the Land is located.
(h) In the event the Land is encumbered by a mortgage or deed of trust,
Landlord agrees to obtain and deliver to Tenant an executed and acknowledged
non-disturbance and attornment instrument for each such mortgage or deed of
trust in a recordable form reasonably acceptable to both parties.
(i) Landlord agrees to fully cooperate, including executing necessary
documentation, with Tenant to obtain information and documentation clearing
any outstanding title issues that could adversely affect Tenant’s interest
in the Premises created by this Agreement.
(j) In any case where the approval or consent of one party hereto is
required, requested or otherwise to be given under this Agreement, such
party shall not unreasonably delay or withhold its approval or consent.
(k) Each of the parties hereto represent and warrant that they have the
right, power, legal capacity and authority to enter into and perform their
respective obligations under this Agreement.
(l) The captions and headings in this Agreement are for convenience only and
in no way define, limit or describe the scope or intent of any provision of
(m) All Riders and Exhibits annexed hereto form material parts of this
(n) This Agreement may be executed in duplicate counterparts, each of which
shall be deemed an original.
***SIGNATURES ON FOLLOWING PAGE***
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the parties have executed this Agreement as of the date
of the last signature below.
City of Brentwood
Nextel of California, Inc.,
a Delaware corporation,
d/b/a Nextel Communications
DESCRIPTION OF LAND
to the Agreement dated , 2003, by and between City of Brentwood , as
Landlord, and NEXTEL OF CALIFORNIA, INC., a Delaware corporation, d/b/a
Nextel Communications, as Tenant.
The Land is described and/or depicted as follows (metes and bounds
A WRITTEN DESCRIPTION OF THE LAND WILL BE PRESENTED HERE OR ATTACHED HERETO
DESCRIPTION OF PREMISES
to the Agreement dated , 2003, by and between <Landlord>, <Entity>, as
Landlord and NEXTEL OF CALIFORNIA, INC., a Delaware corporation, d/b/a
Nextel Communications, as Tenant.
The Premises are described and/or depicted as follows:
A DRAWING OF THE PREMISES WILL BE PRESENTED HERE OR ATTACHED HERETO
1. Tenant may replace this Exhibit with a survey of the Premises once Tenant
2. The Premises shall be setback from the Land’s boundaries as required by
the applicable governmental authorities.
3. The access road’s width will be the width required by the applicable
governmental authorities, including police and fire departments.
4. The type, number, mounting positions and locations of antennas and
transmission lines are illustrative only. The actual types, numbers,
mounting positions and locations may vary from what is shown above.
5. The location of any utility easement is illustrative only. The actual
location will be determined by the servicing utility company in compliance
with all local laws and regulations.
RECORDED AT REQUEST OF, AND
WHEN RECORDED RETURN TO:
Nextel of California, Inc.
1255 Treat Boulevard, Suite 800
Walnut Creek, CA 94597
Attn: Property Manager
MEMORANDUM OF AGREEMENT
CA-2481-A / Balfour
This MEMORANDUM OF AGREEMENT is entered into on this day of , 2003, by City
of Brentwood a public entity, with an address at 150 City Park Way,
Brentwood, CA 94513 (hereinafter referred to as “Owner” or “Landlord”) and
NEXTEL OF CALIFORNIA, INC., a Delaware corporation, d/b/a Nextel
Communications, with an office at 1255 Treat Boulevard, Suite 800, Walnut
Creek, CA 94597 (hereinafter referred to as “Nextel” or “Tenant”).
1. Landlord and Tenant entered into a Communications Site Lease Agreement
(“Agreement”) dated as of , 2003, effective upon full execution of the
parties (“Effective Date”) for the purpose Nextel undertaking certain
Investigations and Tests and, upon finding the Land appropriate, for the
purpose of installing, operating and maintaining a communications facility
and other improvements. All of the foregoing is set forth in the Agreement.
2. The term of the Agreement is for five (5) years commencing on [commercial
operation/the start of construction] of the Tenant Facilities or eighteen
(18) months following the Effective Date, whichever first occurs (“Term
Commencement Date”), and terminating on the fifth anniversary of the
Commencement Date with five (5) successive five (5) year options to renew.
3. The Land that is the subject of the Agreement is described in Exhibit A
annexed hereto. The portion of the Land being leased to Tenant and all
necessary access and utility easements (the “Premises”) are set forth in the
In witness whereof, the parties have executed this Memorandum of Agreement
as of the day and year first written above.
City of Brentwood
a public entity Nextel of California, Inc.,
a Delaware corporation,
d/b/a Nextel Communications
NOT FOR EXECUTION – EXHIBIT ONLY NOT FOR EXECUTION – EXHIBIT ONLY
On , before me, , Notary Public, personally appeared City of Brentwood,
personally known to me (or proved to me on the basis of satisfactory
evidence) to be the person whose name is subscribed to the within instrument
and acknowledged to me that they executed the same in their authorized
capacity, and that by their signature on the instrument, the person, or the
entity upon behalf of which the person acted, executed the instrument.
WITNESS my hand and official seal.
My commission expires:
On , before me, , Notary Public, personally appeared (Nextel) , personally
known to me (or proved to me on the basis of satisfactory evidence) to be
the person whose name is subscribed to the within instrument and
acknowledged to me that he executed the same in his authorized capacity, and
that by his signature on the instrument, the person, or the entity upon
behalf of which the person acted, executed the instrument.
WITNESS my hand and official seal.
My commission expires: