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CITY COUNCIL AGENDA ITEM NO. 7

Meeting Date: May 9, 2006

Subject/Title: Adopt a Resolution approving and authorizing the City Manager to execute a License Agreement for landscape maintenance of City right-of-way by private non-residential property owners in Landscape and Lighting District No. 02-12, Sunset Industrial Complex.

Prepared by: Engineering: D. Galey

Submitted by: Engineering: B. Grewal

RECOMMENDATION
Adopt a Resolution approving and authorizing the City Manager to execute a License Agreement for landscape maintenance of City right-of-way by private non-residential property owners in Landscape and Lighting District No. 02-12, Sunset Industrial Complex.
PREVIOUS ACTION
Actions were taken in prior years to form the City’s existing 46 Landscape & Lighting Assessment Districts (LLAD’s) and Citywide Park Maintenance District. Engineer’s Reports setting annual assessment rates have been approved each year by the City Council prior to finalizing the tax roll with the County and levying assessments.

On January 14, 2003, by Resolution No. 2776, City Council formed Landscape and Lighting District No. 02-12 (“LLD”) for funding the maintenance of public area street lighting and landscaping benefiting properties located within the Sunset Industrial Complex.
BACKGROUND
The City’s Landscape and Lighting Districts (LLD) are formed as a funding mechanism for the maintenance of public area landscaping and street lighting. Every new development, residential and commercial per their Standard Conditions of Approval, are required to participate within an LLD to contribute to on-going maintenance funding for improvements constructed as a part of new development projects. As Sunset Industrial Complex was being developed by the City and master improvements were being constructed, LLD No. 02-12 was formed, and each subsequent property owner/developer of the new industrial parcels have been conditioned to participate.

Some of the new property owners/developers have expressed an interest in maintaining the landscape improvements that are located within the City right-of-way fronting their properties. They would prefer to maintain these improvements themselves, rather then having the City maintain the improvements and assess the cost to the benefiting properties through the LLD on the annual property tax bill. These property owners feel they are able to maintain the landscaping at a higher level of service and lower cost than the City is able to do through public contracting requirements. Non-residential property owners would also like the ability to provide for enhanced landscaping, entry statements, seasonal color, etc., located behind the curb out of traffic areas, which can benefit their properties and businesses, and is not within the maintenance standard typically provided by the City. To accommodate these interests, each non-residential LLD at district formation, includes this maintenance option and the associated maximum assessment rate. The City is memorializing this understanding with those property owners who choose to maintain improvements themselves with this License Agreement.

A few of the property owners in the Sunset Industrial LLD approached the City with their interest in assuming landscape maintenance. In response to their inquiry, staff polled all property owners within the Sunset Industrial Complex through interest letters and met with a number of the owners in person. All property owners, excluding two, have chosen to maintain their property frontage themselves. As a result, staff has drafted a License Agreement allowing the property owners to enter and maintain the landscaping within the City right-of-way fronting their properties. The agreement identifies maintenance responsibility, minimum maintenance standards, indemnification requirements for entering City right-of-way and resulting Landscaping and Lighting District assessments for areas continuing to be maintained by the City (i.e. median landscaping, arterial/collector street landscaped parkways and street lighting). The agreement also specifies resumption of maintenance by the City and LLD assessments to be levied, should maintenance standards not be met.

Staff proposes to utilize this License Agreement with the Sunset Industrial Complex property owners choosing to maintain their frontage landscaping. Property owners choosing not to enter into the agreement will continue to have the City maintain their right-of-way frontage with costs covered through the existing LLD. Once authorized by Council the City Manager will execute this agreement with each existing property owner and future owners as parcel ownership transfers.
FISCAL IMPACT
Maintenance of public right-of-way landscaping by private property owners results in decreased maintenance cost by the City. The Landscaping and Lighting District’s maximum annual assessment, identified at district formation, will be set to include the cost of frontage maintenance should the property owner not maintain to City standards or choose to have the City maintain these improvements.

Attachments:
Resolution
Form of License Agreement
RESOLUTION NO.

A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF BRENTWOOD APPROVING AND AUTHORIZING THE CITY MANAGER TO EXECUTE A LICENSE AGREEMENT FOR LANDSCAPE MAINTENANCE OF CITY RIGHT-OF-WAY BY PRIVATE NON-RESIDENTIAL PROPERTY OWNERS IN LANDSCAPE AND LIGHTING DISTRICT NO. 02-12, SUNSET INDUSTRIAL COMPLEX.

WHEREAS, Section 22500-22679 of the California Streets and Highways Code, known as the Landscape and Lighting Act of 1972, authorizes local agencies to form Assessment Districts for the levy and collection of landscape maintenance funding from benefiting properties; and

WHEREAS, the City Council of the City of Brentwood has formed 46 Landscape and Lighting Assessment Districts through prior actions for the funding of landscape improvements constructed by new development projects; and

WHEREAS, on January 14, 2003, by Resolution No. 2776, City Council formed Landscape and Lighting District No. 02-12 (“LLD”) for funding the maintenance of public area street lighting and landscaping benefiting properties located within the Sunset Industrial Complex; and

WHEREAS, non-residential development has requested the City allow landscape maintenance of public right-of-way by private non-residential property owners.

NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED by the City Council of the City of Brentwood that:
1. A License Agreement for landscape maintenance of City right-of-way by non-residential property owners located in landscape and Lighting District No. 02-12, Sunset Industrial Complex, is hereby approved.
2. The License Agreement identifies maintenance responsibility, minimum maintenance standards, indemnification requirements for entering City right-of-way and resulting Landscaping and Lighting District assessments.
3. The City Manager is authorized to execute said agreement with current Landscape and Lighting District No. 02-12 (Sunset Industrial Complex) property owners and future property owners are parcels transfer ownership.

PASSED, APPROVED AND ADOPTED by the City Council of the City of Brentwood at a regular meeting held on the 9th day of May 2006 by the following vote:

REVOCABLE LICENSE AGREEMENT AND RIGHT
TO ENTER, CONSTRUCT AND MAINTAIN
LANDSCAPE AND LIGHTING DISTRICT 02-12, SUNSET INDUSTRIAL COMPLEX

THIS REVOCABLE LICENSE AGREEMENT AND A RIGHT TO ENTER, CONSTRUCT AND MAINTAIN (“Agreement”) is entered into as of this ________ day of _________________, 200_, by and among CITY OF BRENTWOOD, a municipal corporation (“City”) and ________________________________________________ (“Property Owner”).

RECITALS

A. The City of Brentwood accepted dedication of certain property and easements ______________________________________________________________________, shown in Exhibit A and incorporated herein by this reference (“Property”), as part of ____________________________________________________________________________.

B. City has subsequently entered into a Purchase Agreement for the sale of Lot ______ Subdivision Map No. _________ adjacent to said Property, with intent the lot be developed for commercial purposes by the buyer (“Property Owner”).

C. Property Owner has applied for Design Review _____ for a commercial/industrial building design and related improvements located at ____________________________ and received City Council/Planning Commission’s approval, ______________________ (date) by Resolution ______.

D. As a part of City Council/Planning Commission approval, Property Owner is required to form or annex into a City of Brentwood Landscape and Lighting District, or alternate financing mechanism for maintenance of all street lights and landscaping “Improvements” adjacent to the site.

E. City of Brentwood Landscape and Lighting District _______ (“LLD”) was formed by City Council on ________________________ by Resolution No. ____ for funding the maintenance of public area street lighting and landscaping located within and adjacent to ____________________________________________________________________, which includes the Property.

F. Property Owner has requested the City relinquish construction and maintenance of landscaping and irrigation Improvements on the Property to the Property Owner.

G. The purpose of this Agreement is to: (1) memorialize the granting by City to Property Owner, their employees, contractors, or their agents, the necessary right of entry over and upon the Property for the purpose of constructing and maintaining the improvements; and (2) to set forth the terms and conditions of the right to enter, construct and maintain the Improvements.

THE PARTIES HEREBY ACKNOWLEDGE AND AGREE AS FOLLOWS:

1. Grant of License and Use of Public Rights of Way. City hereby grants to Property Owner, their employees, contractors, or their agents, a license for the temporary right to enter, construct and maintain, together with the necessary right of ingress and egress over the Property as shown in the attached Exhibit “A” and incorporated herein by this reference.

The purpose of this right to enter, construct and maintain shall be limited to activities related to construction and maintenance of the Improvements and any incidental appurtenances related to Improvements. This right to enter is temporary in nature and does not constitute a deed, grant of easement or leasehold interest in the Easement Property.

2. Construction and Maintenance. Improvements, not already constructed by City, shall be constructed on Property by Property Owner, and Property Owner hereby agrees to assume maintenance responsibility of, and associated costs, including utilities, for, Improvements. Construction of all Improvements shall be per the City of Brentwood Standard Plans and Specifications in effect at the time of construction. Property Owner shall maintain Improvements per the City of Brentwood Maintenance Standards (“Standards”) attached to this agreement as Exhibit “B” and which is incorporated herein by this reference, as may be revised from time to time. Construction and maintenance of Improvements shall be at the expense of Property Owner.

Upon completion of construction, should property owner not maintain Improvements to current Standards, as determined by the City, or fail to pay for the Improvement’s maintenance or utility bills, the City shall have the right to resume maintenance responsibility and this License Agreement shall be revoked. In the event Standards are not met, City shall provide Property Owner written notice and Property Owner shall have thirty (30) days to comply with Standards.

3. Permits. The City will not require the issuance of an encroachment permit to Property Owner provided the work to be performed consists of routine and on-going maintenance, repair and replacement, including the installation of the landscaping, irrigation and associated appurtenances. If such work is other than routine, on-going work, including but not limited to revising plant palette, design and layout, replacement of a majority of the plant material or irrigation system, or relocation of irrigation system, Property Owner shall obtain at their own cost an encroachment permit and any other permits required by City.

4. Landscape and Lighting District Assessment. Upon execution of this Agreement and assumption of maintenance responsibility by Property Owner, City shall relinquish maintenance and associated costs of Improvements to Property Owner. Upon relinquishment, LLD annual assessment shall only include costs associated with maintenance of areas benefiting _______________________________________ (property/project) not relinquished to Property Owner, and remaining the responsibility of City. These remaining areas include, but may not be limited to, _______________________________________ median, and public street lighting throughout the _______________________ (subdivision/area). Insofar as all parties are meeting obligations and conditions of this Agreement, LLD assessment by City shall not include costs associated with maintenance of Improvements relinquished to Property Owner.

In the event Standards are not met, and City resumes maintenance responsibility as identified in Section 2, City shall apply funds available from the LLD to cause necessary work to be performed on Property. In this event, the annual LLD assessment shall include costs associated with all areas maintained by City, including Property and benefiting Property Owner, insofar as the assessment is within the limits as identified at LLD formation (including applicable Consumer Price Index increases).

5. Indemnification. Property Owner shall keep the Easement Property and the Improvements, including appurtenances, free from any claims, lawsuits, or liens arising out of any work performed, materials furnished or obligations of any kind incurred by Property Owner.

Property Owner and their successors in interest shall also indemnify and hold City and its officers, agents, and employees harmless from any and all liabilities, obligations, damages, costs, injuries, or claims, thereof, (collectively “claims”) including, but not limited to, claims for damage or personal injury, including death, and claims for property damage, arising in any manner from the performance or failure to perform the provisions of this Agreement. Property Owner agrees to, and shall, defend, indemnify, and hold harmless the City, its officers, agents, and employees from any suits or actions at law or in equity for damages, liabilities, or obligations caused by or arising from, or alleged to be caused by or arising from, the performance of this Agreement.

6. Notices. All communications, notices and demands of any kind whatsoever which any party may be required or may desire to give to or serve upon any other, shall be in writing and delivered by personal service or by registered or certified mail, postage prepaid, return receipt requested addressed as follows:

To Property Owner:

To City: City of Brentwood
Attn: City Engineer
150 City Park Way
Brentwood, CA 94513

Any such communication, notice or demand shall be deemed to have been duly given or served on the date personally delivered, if by personal service, or shown on a return receipt or other evidence of delivery if mailed. Either party may change its address by written notice given to the other in the manner provided in this section.

7. Attorney’s Fees. If any party commences an action, suit or other proceeding against other to enforce any term hereof or because of any breach or violation by any other of any terms hereof, the losing or defaulting party shall pay to the party determined to be the prevailing party (included in settlement) reasonable attorney’s fees, costs and expenses incurred in connection with the prosecution, defense or settlement of such action, suit or other proceeding.

8. Termination. This Agreement may be terminated only upon mutual agreement of a majority of the property owners included within the boundaries of Landscape and Lighting District ________ and the City of Brentwood, or the assessors and assigns of the parties. This License Agreement shall be deemed revocable by the City of Brentwood.

Property Owner City of Brentwood
_________________________ _____________________________
By: By: Donna Landeros
Title City Manager

EXHIBIT “A”

Description of Property

EXHIBIT “B”

City of Brentwood
Landscape Maintenance Standards

Turf
All turf areas will support their designed uses – informal play, sports, picnics and other park activities. Turf will be healthy with an even surface and uniform, deep green color. Turf will not exhibit bare spots and will be weed- and pest-free.

Flower Beds
Bedding areas will contain healthy, attractive plants that lend variety, color and interest to the landscape. These areas will be litter-, weed- and pest-free. Dead heads, blank spots, and other defects will not detract from the decorative nature of the plantings. Plantings will be rotated seasonally in areas of high use or high visibility and semi-annually in low use, low visibility areas.

Shrub Beds, Hedges and Ground Cover
Shrub beds, ground covers and hedges will contain healthy, attractive plants that lend variety and interest to the landscape. These areas will be litter-, weed- and pest-free. Beds, ground covers and hedges will be maintained to provide secondary functions such as barriers, animal habitat or dust and erosion control. All shrubs, ground covers and hedges will be trimmed, pruned or otherwise maintained to achieve designed form.

Trees
Trees will provide shade, wind breaks, sound attenuation and otherwise enhance the park setting. Trees will conform to the general shape and height of the species; significantly deformed specimens will be removed. Trees will not exhibit broken or cracked limbs or other structural damage. Trees will be free of debilitating pests or other health problems. Tree limbs will be at a safe height for the uses anticipated in the vicinity.

Paved Surfaces
Paved surfaces may include sports courts, pathways, parking lots and other areas topped with asphalt or concrete. These areas will have smooth surfaces, not exhibit raveling, cracking, potholes or other significant defects. These surfaces will meet designed use specifications; have proper signs and, where night use is authorized, be adequately lighted. Pathways, parking lots and other paved areas will be free of debris, litter and graffiti. (Standards for specific use areas may be found below.)

Unpaved Surfaces
Unpaved surfaces may include sports facilities, pathways, parking areas or other areas covered with porous paving materials. These will be properly compacted, level and without holes or washouts. These surfaces will meet designed use specifications; have proper signs and, where night use is authorized, be adequately lighted. All unpaved surfaces will be free of weeds, debris, litter and graffiti. (Standards for specific use areas may be found below.)

Open Spaces or Natural Areas
Areas intended for nature study or open space enjoyment will be retained in their natural states and managed for fire protection, noxious weeds and erosion control as appropriate for the intended use and natural surroundings.

Water Features
Water features will be clean and debris-free. Banks will be stable and appropriate plants and trees will enhance the setting. Appropriate warning signs will be located at key points for visitor safety. Rails, fencing or barriers will be installed and maintained where needed to promote safe use.

Sports fields, infields, dugouts
Turf, in addition to meeting the general use standards, will be maintained at proper playing height, grade differentials in field turf will be eliminated and holes located and filled.

Drinking fountains
Fountains will be clean and fully functional. Water flow will reach the designed height for user convenience and the bowl will drain properly.

Accessibility
Parks are intended for use by all Brentwood residents. All City parks will meet the requirements of the Americans with Disabilities Act.

Irrigation Systems
Irrigation systems will deliver optimum water to each plant type at the lowest cost with maximum resource conservation. Water will be delivered during non-use hours. All systems will comply with State and local laws regarding backflow prevention and protection of the public water system. The City uses potable, non-potable (raw and reclaimed) water sources.

TURF

Task Performance Measures
Meets Standards Needs Improvement Unsatisfactory
Turf Mowing Even cutting to specified height, complete coverage, neat cutting, growth kept off pavement. No scalping or ragged cutting. No significant clippings visible. No dumping into storm drains. Under 5% of turf area fails to meet standards Greater than 5% of turf area fails to meet standards
Turf Annual core test Core samples to specified depth and coverage per acre Fails to meet standard
Turf Thatch Turf area free of thatch and without damage to appurtenances Less than full coverage or minor damage to appurtenances Less the 90% coverage or significant damage to appurtenances
Turf Aerate Complete coverage to specified depth. Cores removed from athletic fields. No damage to appurtenances Less than full coverage or minor damage to appurtenances Less the 90% coverage or significant damage to appurtenances
Turf Fertilize Turf shows no burning or uneven growth patterns. All excess material cleaned up and removed from site. Less than 5% of turf exhibits uneven growth or color. Excess material not cleaned up. Any burning or areas of uneven growth or color greater than 5% of area
Turf Irrigate Turf even, deep green color. Healthy growth evident. No standing water or over-watered areas. Less than 5% of turf exhibits browning or lack of vigorous growth. More than 5% of turf exhibits browning or lack of vigorous growth.
Turf Pest control No evidence of pest infestations. Less than 5% of turf exhibits evidence of infestation. More than 5% of turf exhibits evidence of infestation.
Turf Weed control Turf areas weed-free Less than 5% of turf exhibits weed growth. More than 5% of turf exhibits weed growth. Designed turf type loses ground to invasive species.
Turf Litter control No visible litter. Seasonal leaf-fall removed. Under 5% of area fails to meet standards Greater than 5% of area fails to meet standards
Turf Edge Edges neatly trimmed. Cuttings removed from surrounding areas. Small areas untrimmed. Some cuttings visible after edging. More than 5% of edging area is overgrown or significant amounts of cuttings are left behind after work.
Turf Trim Turf around sprinkler heads, boxes and other appurtenances trimmed to maintain accessibility and full functionality. Minor overgrowth around boxes, heads or other appurtenances. Sprinkler heads obstructed or coverage reduced. Inability to locate or access boxes and other appurtenances.
Turf Top dress No apparent ruts, holes or uneven turf areas. Minor ruts, holes or other uneven surfaces. Minor overfilling < 1”. Large ruts, holes or irregular surface over areas larger than 2’ x 2’. Significant overfilling > 1”.
Turf Over-seed Healthy growth, full coverage and matches existing turf type. Sparse growth, spotty coverage or poor turf match.
Turf Minor renovation Grade match, healthy growth, full coverage and matches existing turf type. Poor grade match, sparse growth, spotty coverage or poor turf match.

FLOWER BEDS

Asset
Task Performance Measures
Meets Standards Needs Improvement Unsatisfactory
Flower Beds Prepare and plant No blank spots during season. Solid mulch cover. Healthy, vigorous stock planted. Plants removed and bed replanted before seasonal decay sets in. Under 5% of bed fails to meet standards Greater than 5% of bed fails to meet standards
Flower Beds Dead-head, cleanup Plants display no dead blooms or other deteriorated material. No litter is visible in bed. Under 5% of bed fails to meet standards Greater than 5% of bed fails to meet standards
Flower Beds Irrigation Adequate irrigation to sustain healthy, vigorous plant growth Under 5% of bed fails to meet standards Greater than 5% of bed fails to meet standards
Flower Beds Weed and pest control No visible weeds. No evidence of pest infestation. Under 5% of bed fails to meet standards Greater than 5% of bed fails to meet standards
Flower Beds Fertilize Healthy, vigorous plant growth; good bloom production for species Under 5% of bed fails to meet standards Greater than 5% of bed fails to meet standards
Flower Beds Mulch, clean up and litter control Even coverage. No weed growth, visible litter. No seasonal leaf-fall. Maintain sharply defined bed edge. Under 5% of bed fails to meet standards Greater than 5% of bed fails to meet standards

GROUND COVER AND SHRUBS

Asset
Task Performance Measures
Meets Standards Needs Improvement Unsatisfactory
Ground Cover & Shrubs Planting Healthy, vigorous plants. No gaps or blank spots in ground covers or hedges. Under 5% of bed fails to meet standards Greater than 5% of bed fails to meet standards
Ground Cover & Shrubs Pruning Shrubs retain correct species’ form or designed hedge shape. No damaging cuts or over-grown conditions. Minor over-growth in less than 5% of area. Over-growth in more than 5% of area. Damage to plants from non-standard pruning practices.
Ground Cover & Shrubs Trimming and mowing Ground cover within bed area. No over growth. No scalped areas. Under 5% of bed fails to meet standards Greater than 5% of bed fails to meet standards
Ground Cover & Shrubs Irrigation Adequate irrigation to sustain healthy, vigorous plant growth Under 5% of area fails to meet standards Greater than 5% of area fails to meet standards
Ground Cover & Shrubs Weed and pest control No visible weeds. No evidence of pest infestation. Under 5% of area fails to meet standards Greater than 5% of area fails to meet standards
Ground Cover & Shrubs Fertilize Healthy, vigorous plant growth; good bloom production for species Under 5% of area fails to meet standards Greater than 5% of area fails to meet standards
Ground cover and shrubs Mulch, clean up and litter control Even coverage. No weed growth, visible litter. No seasonal leaf-fall. Maintain sharply defined bed edge. Under 5% of area fails to meet standards Greater than 5% of area fails to meet standards

TREES

Asset
Task Performance Measures
Meets Standards Needs Improvement Unsatisfactory
Trees Planting Healthy, vigorous plants. No gaps or blank spots in ground covers or hedges. Growth rate slower than norm for species. Tree dies.
Trees Pruning Trees retain correct species’ form. No damaging cuts or over-grown conditions. No topping. Minor over-growth in less than 5% of area. Over-growth in more than 5% of area. Damage to tree from non-standard pruning practices. Topped trees.
Trees Irrigation Adequate irrigation to sustain healthy, vigorous plant growth Under 5% of area fails to meet standards Greater than 5% of area fails to meet standards
Trees Pest control No evidence of pest infestation. Pest infestation at early stage without significant damage to tree. Heavy infestation or damage to tree.
Trees Fertilize Healthy, vigorous growth for tree species. Slower than normal growth for species Tree requires replacement
Trees Tree well Sharply defined well at proper radius. Free of weeds and turf Poorly defined edge or weeds or turf incursion Ragged, with edge definition. Established weed or turf growth.

PAVED SURFACES

Asset
Task Performance Measures
Meets Standards Needs Improvement Unsatisfactory
Paved surfaces Clean walks, stairs, retaining walls and gutters. Sweep parking lots All hard surfaces free of litter, debris and tripping hazards. Hazardous conditions blocked from public access and reported to park superintendent. Pavement problems reported to park superintendent. Minor litter or debris on 5% of paved area or less. Significant litter or debris on more than 5% of paved area. Unsecured or unreported hazards or pavement problems.
Paved surfaces Graffiti Removal All hard surfaces free of graffiti. Minor graffiti Significant graffiti
Paved surfaces Weed control Weed-free. Weeds on 1% or less of paved surface. More than 1% of paved surface shows weed growth.

HARD COURT AREAS

Asset
Task Performance Measures
Meets Standards Needs Improvement Unsatisfactory
Hard Court Areas Inspections Courts clean and ready for use or access restricted and problems reported. Minor problems not interfering with intended use. Not ready for use or unreported problems.
Hard Court Areas Clean court surfaces and adjoining spectator areas All hard surfaces free of litter, debris and tripping hazards. Hazardous conditions blocked from public access and reported to park superintendent. Pavement problems reported to park superintendent. Minor litter or debris on 5% of court area or less and not interfering with use. Significant litter or debris on more than 5% of paved area. Unsecured or unreported hazards or pavement problems.
Hard Court Areas Graffiti Removal All hard surfaces free of graffiti. Minor graffiti Significant graffiti
Hard Court Areas Weed control Weed-free. Weeds on 1% or less of paved surface. More than 1% of paved surface shows weed growth.
Hard Court Areas Repair or replace damage equipment Per submitted work plan Minor punch list items outstanding Project not completed or significant cost overrun.
Hard Court Areas Seal coating, overlays and other pavement treatments Per submitted work plan Minor punch list items outstanding Project not completed or significant cost overrun.

UNPAVED HARD SURFACES

Asset
Task Performance Measures
Meets Standards Needs Improvement Unsatisfactory
Unpaved Hard Surfaces Grade Smooth, compacted surface ready for designed use. No tripping hazards. Minor surface irregularities or non-compacted surface on 5% of unpaved hard surface or less. Significant surface irregularities or non-compacted surface on 5% of unpaved hard surface or more. Uncontrolled or unreported hazardous conditions.
Unpaved Hard Surfaces Litter control and minor surface treatment Litter-free and stable surface Minor litter on less than 5% of hard surface. Litter on more than 5% of hard surface.
Unpaved Hard Surfaces Weed control Weed-free. Weeds on 5% or less of hard surface. More than 5% of hard surface shows weed growth.
 

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