RCS Draft 9/413/02
ENVIRONMENTAL REMEDIATION AGREEMENT
THIS AGREEMENT (this “Agreement”) dated as of , 2002, is entered into by and between CRESCENT POTOMAC PROPERTIES, LLC, a Delaware limited liability company (“Crescent Properties”), and CRESCENT POTOMAC YARD DEVELOPMENT, LLC, a Delaware limited liability company (“Crescent Development”) (collectively, “Crescent”) and the COUNTY BOARD OF ARLINGTON COUNTY, VIRGINIA, a political subdivision of the Commonwealth of Virginia (the “County”).
R-1 The County has this date acquired from Crescent Properties a tract of land in Arlington County, Virginia, shown and identified as Parcel 15 (17.7866 acres) (“Parcel 15”) on the plat attached hereto as Attachment A (and sometimes referred to on other plats as Area 1 or part of Area 1). The County also acquired Parcel 12 (0.7976 acre) (Area 3) and Parcel 13 (2.8683 acres) (Area 2) as shown and identified on Attachment A, but neither of those parcels is a subject of this Agreement. Crescent Properties had acquired each of the three tracts (the “Transfer Tracts”) on March 22, 2001, from Commonwealth Atlantic Properties Inc.
R-2 The County has this date also been granted an option (the “Option”) by Crescent Development to acquire a tract of land in Arlington County, Virginia, shown and identified as Parcel 17 (6.6877 acres) on the plat attached as Attachment A (“Parcel 17”), pursuant to an Option Agreement (the “Option Agreement”) bearing today’s date. Parcel 17 is part of a larger tract sometimes referred to as Area 4, which, in addition to Parcel 17, includes Parcel 16 (9.1513 acres) as shown on the plat attached as Attachment A, but Parcel 16 is not a subject of this Agreement. Crescent Development is the current fee simple owner of Parcels 16 and 17, having acquired them on March 22, 2001, from Commonwealth Atlantic Land V Inc.
R-3 The Transfer Tracts and Parcel 17 are part of an area sometimes referred to as the “AIA Tract” or the “North Tract,” all or portions of which the County intends to use for ground-based recreational and open space purposes.
R-4 The County acquired the Transfer Tracts and the Option for Parcel 17 pursuant to an Agreement (the “Transfer Agreement”) among the instant parties, dated as of September 15, 2002, in furtherance of the transactions contemplated under (i) a Phased Development Site Plan (the “PDSP”) approved by the County Board on October 21, 2000, and (ii) a Supplemental
Agreement (the “Supplemental Agreement”) dated November 19, 1993, as amended, between the County and Crescent’s predecessors in interest, RF&P Railroad Company and RF&P Properties, Inc. [being the same agreement identified in the PDSP as bearing the date October 23, 1993].
R-5 As reflected in the Transfer Agreement, disputes concerning the rights and obligations of the parties were resolved in accordance with the terms and conditions of the Transfer Agreement, including agreements for the execution and delivery of this Agreement and the Option Agreement.
R-6 This Agreement memorializes the understanding and agreement of the parties concerning the environmental condition of Parcel 15 and Parcel 17 and establishes a framework for addressing certain assessment and remediation issues relating to those properties.
NOW, THEREFORE, in consideration of the premises and the mutual covenants set forth herein, and for other good and valuable consideration, the receipt and sufficiency of which are hereby acknowledged, the parties to this Agreement, for themselves and their successors and assigns, agree as follows:
1. Recitals. The Recitals are incorporated herein by reference.
2. County Consultant. As soon as practicable, the County will, at its expense, retain or cause the County Attorney to retain CH2M Hill, or any other nationally recognized environmental consultant reasonably acceptable to Crescent, as its representative (the “County Consultant”) to provide the services outlined in the scope of work attached as Attachment B (the “Scope of Work”). The County has delivered to the County Consultant all documents in its possession concerning the environmental condition of Parcel 15, including the assessments and reports identified in the schedule attached as Attachment C. As reflected in the Scope of Work, the County Consultant will, among other things, (a) review and evaluate all relevant documents,
(b) develop and implement a risk communication and community outreach strategy, and (c) participate in the remediation process contemplated under this Agreement. The County may, at its election, enlarge the Scope of Work (the “Scope Enlargement”) to obtain from the County Consultant the same scope of services with respect to Parcel 17, subject to the sampling and testing parameters set forth in Attachment D and the other limitations set forth in this Agreement and the Option Agreement.
3. Voluntary Remediation Program (Parcel 15). The parties agree that it is in their best interest and in the public interest to determine and undertake the necessary remediation of Parcel 15 under the auspices of the Virginia Department of Environmental Quality (“DEQ”). Specifically, the parties believe that assessment and remediation of Parcel 15 should be undertaken under the Virginia Voluntary Remediation Program (the “VRP”) established pursuant to Virginia Code Xxx. §10.1-1232. Thus:
(a) Within two (2) business days after execution of this Agreement, the County (as current owner of Parcel 15) and Crescent Properties (as prior owner of Parcel
15) shall jointly apply to DEQ for a determination that Parcel 15 is eligible for participation in the VRP. A copy of the application letter, which is to be submitted to DEQ for the benefit of the County and Crescent Properties, is attached as Attachment E. Upon acceptance of Parcel 15 in the VRP, the County shall remit the statutory registration fee of the lesser of 1% of the estimated remediation costs or $5,000 to DEQ for participation in the VRP. The County may, in its discretion, simply remit the statutory registration fee of $5,000 as permitted under DEQ’s regulations.
(b) In accordance with the Scope of Work, the County Consultant shall promptly (i) evaluate the need for additional sampling and testing for characterization and quantification of the metals on Parcel 15 for consideration by the County and Crescent Properties, and (ii) perform or supervise any such additional sampling and testing deemed necessary by the County (with guidance from DEQ and in consultation with Crescent Properties).
(c) Based upon the existing studies, reports and assessments and on such additional information as may be developed in the course of additional sampling and testing, the County Consultant (with guidance form DEQ and in consultation with Crescent Properties) shall prepare a risk assessment (the “Parcel 15 Risk Assessment”). The Parcel 15 Risk Assessment shall assume that future use of Parcel 15 will be limited to non-paved, ground-based recreational activities and will be in accordance with a declaration, running with the land, that will impose appropriate restrictions consistent with the VRP requirements and the intended use. The County agrees to execute and record in the land records of the County such documents as may be reasonably required by DEQ to effectuate such restrictions. The County shall submit the Parcel 15 Risk
Assessment to DEQ for its review and approval and shall conduct such additional assessments as may be required by DEQ to obtain approval.
(d) Upon completion of the Parcel 15 Risk Assessment to the satisfaction of DEQ, the County Consultant shall identify and evaluate remediation options for consideration by the County and Crescent Properties. The County (in consultation with Crescent Properties and DEQ) shall develop and adopt a remedial action plan (the “Parcel 15 Remediation Plan”) based on goals and requirements set forth in the Parcel 15 Risk Assessment that will be acceptable to DEQ and that will best accommodates the dualtriple objectives of (i) public safety and, (ii) cost-effectiveness and (iii) ground-based recreational uses and appurtenances thereto, such as restrooms and light standards. The Parcel 15 Remediation Plan may provide for differing remedial measures for various areas of Parcel 15. The Parcel 15 Remediation Plan shall be submitted to DEQ for approval.
(e) Upon approval of the Parcel 15 Remediation Plan by DEQ or such variation thereof as may be required by DEQ, the County shall implement the Parcel 15 Remediation Plan, including any required, post-closure monitoring as may be necessary to obtain from DEQ a Certification of Satisfactory Completion of Remediation (the “Certificate of Satisfactory Completion”). Implementation of the Parcel 15 Remediation Plan shall be accomplished by the County in a prudent, diligent and cost- effective manner, in coordination with the County’s engineering for, and construction of, uses of Parcel 15 for ground-based recreation.
(f) To reduce the cost of remediation, the County will use commercially reasonable efforts to use, and Crescent will use commercially reasonable efforts to supply, dirt that has been excavated by Crescent Development incident to its development of the South Tract. Crescent Development will be required to do so only if the excavated dirt (i) can be made available in a manner that will not unreasonably interfere with the progress of such development, (ii) is suitable for use on Parcel 15 without special treatment, and (iii) in the County’s reasonable judgment, cannot be obtained elsewhere at less cost. Crescent Development will furnish any such dirt without charge for excavation of the dirt or for the dirt itself. If, and to the extent, that Crescent Development would otherwise be loading the dirt into trucks and hauling it from the
South Tract, Crescent Development agrees that it will also make no charge for loading and hauling the dirt to Parcel 15; otherwise, the County shall bear the actual third-party cost of loading the dirt and hauling it to Parcel 15, subject to the County’s reimbursement rights under paragraph 4 below. Any dirt hauled to Parcel 15 shall be tested to determine its suitability, in accordance with a protocol to be agreed upon by the County and Crescent. The parties anticipate that the protocol will involve Geoprobe® sampling and testing (by qualified professionals employed or retained by Crescent Properties or its parent corporation and acceptable to the County) of the areas from which the dirt will be excavated, subject to opportunities for periodic observation and sharing of split samples by the County and the County Consultant.
(g) In the unlikely event that Parcel 15 will not be eligible under the VRP, the permissible remediation strategy shall be governed by the governmental entity having jurisdiction. If Parcel 15 is deemed ineligible for participation under the VRP for a reason other than preclusive jurisdiction of a federal or state entity, the County shall (in good faith and in consultation with Crescent Properties) determine the appropriate remediation strategy based on the objectives of this Agreement.
4. Cost-Sharing (Parcel 15). The costs incurred by the parties pursuant to paragraph 3 of this Agreement shall be allocated and paid, and partially reimbursed by Crescent Properties, in accordance with the following, subject to the exclusions and limitations set forth in paragraph 7 of this Agreement:
(a) Crescent Properties agrees to reimburse the County for the amount (the
“Increased Costs”) by which:
(i) the reasonable costs incurred and paid by the County to implement the Parcel 15 Remediation Plan on Parcel 15 (the “Actual Costs”) exceedsexceed
(ii) the reasonably estimated costs that would have been incurred by the County to implement a sufficient remediation strategy on Parcel 15 based on the information contained in the assessments that were prepared prior to October 21, 2000, and identified in Attachment C (the “Baseline Costs”) that were prepared prior to October 21, 2000..
(b) As soon as practicable, but in any event prior to the date on which the County begins implementing the Parcel 15 Remediation Plan, the County and Crescent
Properties shall agree on the amount of the Baseline Costs. The parties anticipate that the Baseline Costs will be the dollar amount determined by the County Consultant in accordance with this Agreement; however, any dispute between the County and Crescent Properties concerning Baseline Costs shall be resolved by arbitration in accordance with paragraph 15 of this Agreement.
(c) Based on information available on the date of this Agreement, the parties have estimated the Increased Costs to be approximately $145,000 (which is the estimated cost of installing a geo-textile membrane and a one-foot layer of additional soil over portions of Parcel 15 shown as “King Towing,” “Frank’s Towing,” and “X. Xxxxx Trucking” on the map attached as Attachment F from the July 15, 2002 assessment by Greenhorne & O’Mara, Inc.). However, to accommodate the contingent results of such additional sampling and testing as may be undertaken by the County upon recommendation of the County Consultant or DEQ, Crescent Properties has agreed to reimburse the County for the aggregate Increased Costs up to, but not to exceed, the limits established by this Agreement.
(d) The County shall be responsible for the first Actual Costs incurred by the County, up to the dollar amount of the Baseline Costs. Thereafter, Crescent Properties shall advance funds to the County in accordance with this Agreement on a quarterly basis, based on the County’s best estimate of Actual Costs that the County expects to incur and pay during the ensuing quarter (less the amount of any unexpended advances from previous quarters). At least fifteen (15) days before each quarter, the County will submit to Crescent Properties a requisition for funds (the “Quarterly Requisition”), together with reasonable supporting documentation (including corresponding quarterly pay estimates from the County’s contractors). On or before the first day of the applicable quarter, Crescent Properties shall advance to the County the amount requested in the Quarterly Requisition. The County shall, at least once each quarter, furnish Crescent Properties an interim accounting and reconciliation of amounts advanced to and expended by the County on account of Actual Costs.
(e) As soon as possible following issuance of a Certificate of Satisfactory Completion or other comparable evidence that the remediation work on Parcel 15 has been completed, the County and Crescent Properties shall:
(i) agree on the aggregate amount of Increased Costs to which the County is entitled under this Agreement, and
(ii) reconcile the amount of Increased Costs and the aggregate amount of payments made by or for Crescent Properties on account of Increased Costs, at which time the County shall return the Letter of Credit to Crescent Properties.
Any dispute arising out of or relating to this determination and reconciliation shall be resolved by arbitration in accordance with paragraph 15 of this Agreement.
5. Voluntary Remediation Program (Parcel 17). The County may, at any time during the term of the Option Agreement, elect to obtain testing and risk assessment services from the County Consultant pursuant to a Scope Enlargement in accordance with paragraph 2 of this Agreement. Any risk assessment for Parcel 17 (the “Parcel 17 Risk Assessment”) shall be prepared by the County Consultant (in consultation with Crescent Development) and shall assume, for purposes of the Parcel 17 Risk Assessment, that the future use of Parcel 17 (i) shall be limited to open space or passive, ground-based recreational uses such as walking, running and nature study, (ii) shall specifically exclude human use of the groundwater and the construction or use of watercraft facilities, motorized vehicles (except for construction and maintenance vehicles), and residential or commercial structures, and (iii) shall conform to all restrictions imposed by the National Park Service or any other governmental authority with jurisdiction. If, based on the resulting risk assessment of Parcel 17 (the “Parcel 17 Risk Assessment”), the County wishes to pursue remediation under the auspices of the DEQ, it may do so upon the following terms and conditions:
(a) The County’s remedial action plan for Parcel 17 (the “Parcel 17 Remediation Plan”) (i) shall be based on the goals and requirements set forth in the Parcel 17 Risk Assessment, (ii) shall be designed to best accommodate the dualtriple objectives of safety and, cost-effectiveness and ground-based recreational uses, consistent with the standards set out at the beginning of paragraph 5, and (iii) shall be approved by DEQ before implementation begins; provided that, if Parcel 17 is deemed ineligible for participation under the VRP for a reason other than preclusive jurisdiction of a federal or state entity, the County and Crescent shall in good faith determine by mutual agreement the appropriate remediation strategy based on the objectives of paragraph 5(a) of this Agreement.
(b) Until such time as the County shall have exercised its Option and accepted a conveyance of Parcel 17 from Crescent Development, the County may not enter Parcel 17 for the purpose of implementing the Parcel 17 Remediation Plan or any other remedial action plan or strategy.
(c) Upon exercise of the Option and approval of the Parcel 17 Remediation Plan by DEQ (or agreement of the County and Crescent if applicable in accordance with paragraph 5(a) above), the County shall implement the Parcel 17 Remediation Plan in a prudent, diligent and cost-effective manner as necessary to obtain from DEQ a Certificate of Satisfactory Completion, if applicable.
6. Cost-Sharing (Parcel 17). The costs incurred by the parties pursuant to paragraph 5 of this Agreement shall be allocated and paid, and reimbursed by Crescent Development, in accordance with the following and subject to the exclusions and limitations set forth in paragraph 7 of this Agreement:
(a) Crescent Development agrees to reimburse the County for the reasonable and necessary costs of implementing the Parcel 17 Remediation Plan (the “Parcel 17 Costs”).
(b) Crescent Development shall advance funds to the County for the Parcel 17 Costs, subject to reconciliation, in the same manner as provided for the reimbursement of Actual Costs under paragraphs 4(d) and 4(e) of this Agreement.
(c) Crescent shall not be responsible for any Parcel 17 Costs incurred after the fourth anniversary of this Agreement.
7. Exclusions and Limitation of Liability. The obligations of Crescent under this Agreement are subject to, and limited in accordance with, the following:
(a) Except as otherwise provided in this Agreement, the County and Crescent shall each bear the costs and expenses of its own employees, consultants, attorneys and other representatives incurred with respect to its environmental assessment and remediation activities arising under or related to this Agreement.
(b) Notwithstanding anything herein to the contrary, Crescent’s liability for contributions to remediation of Parcel 15 and Parcel 17, including all of Crescent’s payments and payment obligations under or pursuant to this Agreement, shall not exceed, in the aggregate, Five Million Dollars ($5,000,000.00).
(c) Crescent shall have no remediation liability or obligation whatsoever with respect to Xxxxxx 00, Xxxxxx 13, or Parcel 14 (the Xxxxx Tract) as identified and shown on the plat attached as Exhibit A.
8. Letter of Credit. To secure the obligations of Crescent Properties and Crescent Development to reimburse the County in accordance with paragraphs 4 and 6 of this Agreement, Crescent has upon execution of this Agreement delivered to the County an irrevocable standby letter of credit (the “Letter of Credit”) in favor of the County, as follows:
(a) The Letter of Credit is substantively in [substantially] the form attached as Attachment G and has been issued by [Wachovia Bank, National Association, Bank of America, N.A., X.X. Xxxxxx Chase & Company or other financial institution acceptable to the County].
(b) The Letter of Credit is in the original amount of Five Million Dollars ($5,000,000.00); however, the face amount of the Letter of Credit shall be reduced from time to time (by amendment or substitution of a new letter of credit in the same form) as follows:
(i) as soon as practicable following the earlier of (A) approval by DEQ of a Parcel 15 Remediation Plan and a Parcel 17 Remediation Plan (or the approval of such remediation plans as provided in paragraph 3(g) or 5(a), as applicable) or (B) the first anniversary of this Agreement, the Letter of Credit shall be reduced to an amount equal to two hundred percent (200%) of the County’s then reasonably estimated sum of the Increased Costs and the Parcel 17 Costs; and
(ii) at least annually thereafter the Letter of Credit shall be equitably reduced to reflect reimbursement payments made to the County on account of the sum of the Increased Costs and Parcel 17 Costs, such that the amount of the Letter of Credit shall on the annual adjustment dates represent 200% of the estimated sum of the Increased Costs and Parcel 17 Costs remaining to be reimbursed.
(c) The Letter of Credit has an effective term of one (1) year. Moreover, if, but Crescent agrees to renew or replace the original Letter of Credit for three (3) additional one-year terms at least thirty (30) days prior to expiration. If as of thirty (30) days before the then current expiration date of the original Letter of Credit (or any
required renewals or replacements of the Letter of Credit as previously renewed or replaced) (i) all of the Increased Costs and Parcel 17 Costs have not been advanced to the County and (ii) Crescent Properties has not renewed the Letter of Credit or furnished a new Letter of Credit substantively in substantially the same form, in either case for an effective period of an additional one (1) year period, then the County may draw up to the entire balance of the Letter of Credit, in such amount as it in good xxxxx xxxxx necessary to pay for existing and future unpaid Increased Costs and Parcel 17 Costs, when and as incurred by the County. After payment of all of the Increased Costs and Parcel 17 Costs, the County shall refund to Crescent Properties or Crescent Development, as applicable, any unused balance of funds paid to the County by Crescent or drawn by the County against the Letter of Credit.
(d) In no event shall Crescent be required to renew the Letter of Credit more than twothree (23) additional one-year terms following the original one-year term; however, the lapse of the Letter of Credit shall not extinguish or diminish Crescent’s payment obligations under this Agreement.for reimbursement of:
(i) Increased Costs incurred to complete the implementation of the Parcel 15 Remediation Plan; and
(ii) Parcel 17 Costs incurred prior to the fourth (4th) anniversary of this Agreement, at which time Crescent’s obligations for Parcel 17 Costs shall end.
9. Time of Essence. Time is of the essence of this Agreement.
10. Cooperation. In all aspects of the activities to be undertaken pursuant to this Agreement, the County and its representatives (including the County Consultant and such attorneys as the County may employ or retain) and Crescent Properties and its representatives (including such environmental consultants and attorneys as Crescent Properties may employ or retain) shall regularly consult and cooperate. Such consultation and cooperation shall include, without limitation, periodic meetings, regular and frequent communication, and the good-faith sharing of samples, test results, studies, reports and other information pertaining to Parcel 15 and Parcel 17 and the VRP process (except such communications as may be deemed confidential under applicable law, including lawyer-client communications and proceedings of the County Board properly conducted in closed or executive session). The County shall provide to Crescent, for comment, drafts of reports and other documents or written communications to DEQ prior to
their submission to DEQ. Notwithstanding the duty of the parties to cooperate, Crescent and the County are not partners or joint venturers, and the County, for itself and its invitees, shall be solely responsible for its decisions and actions with respect to the establishment and implementation of the Parcel 15 Remediation Plan and the Parcel 17 Remediation Plan, if any.
11. Notices. All notices, requests and demands (each, a “Notice”) required to be provided under this Agreement shall be in writing and shall be given (a) in person, (b) by certified U.S. mail, with postage prepaid and return receipt requested, (c) by overnight courier service, or (d) by facsimile transmittal, with a verification copy sent on the same day by any of the methods set forth in clauses (a), (b), or (c), to the applicable other party or parties to this Agreement at the following address or facsimile number (or to such other address or facsimile number as a party may designated from time to time by Notice to the other parties):
If to the County:
0000 Xxxxxxxxx Xxxxxxxxx, Xxxxx 000
Xxxxxxxxx, Xxxxxxxx 00000 Attention: County Manager Telephone No.: (000) 000-0000
Facsimile No.: (000) 000-0000
If to Crescent Properties or Crescent Development:
c/o Crescent Resources, LLC 0000 X. Xxxxxxx Xxxxx Xxxxxxxxx, XX 00000
Attention: Regional Vice President Telephone No.: (000) 000-0000
Facsimile No.: (000) 000-0000 With copy to:
Crescent Resources, LLC
000 X. Xxxxxx Xxxxxx, Xxxxx 0000 Xxxxxxxxx, Xxxxx Xxxxxxxx 00000 Attention: President
Telephone No.: (000) 000-0000
Facsimile No.: (000) 000-0000
12. Amendment. This Agreement may not be amended, supplemented, or otherwise modified except by written instrument executed by all parties.
13. Governing Law. This Agreement is made in the Commonwealth of Virginia and will be governed by, and construed in accordance with, the internal laws of that jurisdiction without reference to any principles of conflicts of laws.
14. Default and Remedies. The following events shall be deemed events of default under this Agreement: (a) the failure to pay any amount that becomes due and continues unpaid for more than ten (10) days after the defaulting party receives written notice of default from the nondefaulting party, and (b) the failure to perform any other obligation under this Agreement that continues for more than thirty (30) days after the defaulting party receives written notice of default from the nondefaulting party. Upon the occurrence of an event of default, the nondefaulting party shall have all rights and remedies available at law or in equity, including, without limitation, injunctive relief. No remedy conferred upon or reserved to the County or Crescent shall be considered exclusive of any other remedy, but each remedy shall be distinct, separate and cumulative, and in addition to every other remedy provided in this Agreement or at law or in equity. Each remedy provided by this Agreement may be exercised from time to time as often as the occasion may arise, or as may be deemed expedient. No delay or omission by any party in exercising any remedy available to it as a result of a default under the Agreement shall impair that remedy, or be construed as a waiver of that default.
15. Disputes. Any dispute or claim arising under this Agreement or for the breach thereof shall (unless otherwise agreed by the parties) be decided by arbitration in Arlington County, Virginia, and administered by the American Arbitration Association in accordance with its Commercial Arbitration Rules (using “fast track” procedures whenever possible). Unless otherwise agreed, three arbitrators shall be selected from a panel of persons having experience in environmental matters, and at least one of the arbitrators selected shall be an attorney licensed to practice law in the Commonwealth of Virginia. The arbitrators shall have the authority to award any remedy or relief (except for punitive damages) that a court of the Commonwealth of Virginia could order or grant, including, but not limited to, injunctive and other equitable rights and remedies. No demand for arbitration shall be made after the date when institution of legal or equitable proceedings based on the underlying claim, dispute, or other matter in question would be barred by the applicable statute of limitations under Virginia law. The County’s ability to draw against the Letter of Credit shall not be abated by or during the pendency of an arbitration proceeding involving a disputed reimbursement request.
16. Facsimile; Counterparts. Each party may deliver executed signature pages to this Agreement by facsimile transmission to the other party, which facsimile copy shall be deemed to be an original executed signature page; however, such party shall, nevertheless, deliver an original signature page to the other parties promptly thereafter. This Agreement may be executed in multiple counterparts, each of which shall be deemed an original and all of which counterparts together shall constitute one agreement with the same effect as if the parties had signed the same signature page.
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IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the parties have executed this Agreement as of the date first above written.
COUNTY BOARD OF ARLINGTON COUNTY, VIRGINIA
COUNTY BOARD OF ARLINGTON COUNTY, VIRGINIA
CRESCENT POTOMAC PROPERTIES, LLC
CRESCENT POTOMAC YARD DEVELOPMENT, LLC
SCHEDULE OF ATTACHMENTS
Attachment A Plat (North Tract)
Attachment B Scope of Work
Attachment C Schedule of Assessments and Reports Attachment D Option Tract Parameters
Attachment E Application to DEQ (Specimen) Attachment F Map of Parcel 15
Attachment G Letter of Credit (Specimen)
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