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									                            WILLIAMSON COUNTY AUDITOR’S OFFICE
                                  PURCHASING DEPARTMENT
                                 710 MAIN STREET - SUITE 303
                                  GEORGETOWN, TEXAS 78626

                               http://www.williamson-county.org/Procurement




                     WILLIAMSON COUNTY
                   PURCHASING DEPARTMENT

                   FORMAL REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS

   PROPERTY AND CASUALTY INSURANCE FOR WILLIAMSON COUNTY

  NUMBER: 03WCAP101      OPENING DATE & TIME: SEPTEMBER 11, 2002 - 2:30 PM

                     PURCHASING & TECHNICAL CONTACT
                  Bob Space
                  710 Main Street – Suite 303
                  Georgetown, TX 78626
                  (512) 943-1555
                  rspace@williamson-county.org

FOR DETAILED SPECIFICATIONS AND QUESTIONS RELATING TO THE PROPOSAL PROCESS,
CONTACT BOB SPACE.

FOR TECHNICAL QUESTIONS CONTACT BOB SPACE.

                                 Contents
      Proposal Instructions/Requirements                   Page 1 to 5

      Public Notice                                        Page 6

      Proposal Check List                                  Page 7

      Official Proposal Form                               Page 8

      Proposal Specification(s)/Proposal Sheet(s)          Page 9 to 18
                               WILLIAMSON COUNTY
                             PURCHASING DEPARTMENT
                       PROPOSAL INSTRUCTIONS/REQUIREMENTS

Proposals must be received in the Williamson County Auditor's Office prior to 2:30 PM on Wednesday,
September 11, 2002. Receipt of Proposals will be acknowledged in the Williamson County Auditor's Office on
the 3rd floor of the County Courthouse. Proposals received after that time will not be read and will be
considered void and unacceptable. As to each item, the Court may either reject all Proposals or award a
contract to the lowest and best Proposal.
       SEALED PROPOSALS may be hand-delivered to:
            Williamson County Auditor's Office
            Attn: Bob Space - Purchasing
            Third (3rd) floor, Suite 303
            Williamson County Courthouse (on the square)
            710 Main Street, Georgetown, Texas
                            OR
       SEALED PROPOSALS may be mailed to:
            Williamson County Sealed Bids
            710 Main Street - Suite 303
            Georgetown, Texas 78626


FACSIMILE AND ELECTRONIC MAIL TRANSMITTALS WILL BE ACCEPTED. YOU SHOULD REFER TO
SPECIFIC INSTRUCTIONS ON THE COUNTY PROCUREMENT WEBSITE REGARDING ELECTRONIC
SUBMISSION OF BIDS. FAILURE TO FOLLOW THESE INSTRUCTIONS MAY CAUSE YOUR BID TO BE
REJECTED.
              (You may use this link to reach the instruction area of the Procurement website)
                   http://www.williamson-county.org/Procurement/info.html#EBids

BIDS SUBMITTED BY FACSIMILE OR ELECTRONIC MAIL ARE NOT REQUIRED TO BE SUBMITED IN
TRIPLICATE OR A SEALED ENVELOPE.

ALL PROPOSALS MUST BE SUBMITTED ON THE FORMS PROVIDED IN THIS PROPOSAL DOCUMENT.

ALL INFORMATION REQUIRED BY THE PROPOSAL FORM MUST BE FURNISHED OR THE PROPOSAL
MAY BE DEEMED NON RESPONSIVE. WHERE THERE IS AN ERROR IN THE EXTENSION OF PRICE,
THE UNIT PRICE SHALL GOVERN.

ONE (1) ORIGINAL AND TWO (2) COPIES OF ALL PROPOSALS MUST BE SUBMITTED (THIS INCLUDES
ALL DOCUMENTATION SUBMITTED WITH THE PROPOSAL). PROPOSALS MUST BE MARKED
ORIGINAL OR COPY.

ALL PROPOSALS MUST BE RETURNED IN A SEALED ENVELOPE, MARKED WITH THE PROPOSAL
NAME, PROPOSAL NUMBER, AND PROPOSAL OPENING DATE & TIME. IF AN OVERNIGHT DELIVERY
SERVICE IS GOING TO DELIVER THE PROPOSAL THE PROPOSAL NAME, PROPOSAL NUMBER, AND
PROPOSAL OPENING DATE & TIME MUST ALSO APPEAR ON THE OUTSIDE OF THE DELIVERY
SERVICE ENVELOPE.




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1.    It is understood that the Commissioners Court of Williamson County, Texas, reserves the right to
      accept or reject any and/or all Proposals for any or all materials and/or services covered in this
      Proposal request, and to waive informalities or defects in the Proposal or to accept such Proposal it
      shall deem to be in the best interest of Williamson County.

2.    Awards should be made within sixty (60) days after the Proposal opening date. To obtain results, or if
      you have any questions, please contact Ginny Atkinson at (512) 943-1554.

3.    Late Proposal: Proposals received after submission deadline shall be unopened and will be
      considered VOID AND UNACCEPTABLE. Williamson County is not responsible for lateness of mail,
      delivery carriers, etc.

4.    Altering Proposal: Proposals cannot be altered or amended after submission deadline.

5.    Sales Tax: Williamson County is by statute, exempt from the State Sales Tax and Federal Excise Tax.
6.    Contract: This Proposal, when properly accepted by Williamson County, shall constitute a contract
      equally binding between the successful proposer and Williamson County.
7.    Changes: No oral statement of any person shall modify or otherwise change, or affect the terms,
      conditions, plans and/or specifications stated in the Proposal Package and or Proposal
      Instructions/Requirements.
8.    Delivery Times and Locations: The commodity and/or service covered by this Proposal shall be as
      stated in the Proposal Package.
9.    Payments: Payment shall be made by check from the County upon satisfactory completion and
      acceptance of items and submission of the Invoice to the ordering department for work specified by
      this Contract Document. All payments owed will be paid no later than thirty (30) days after the goods
      or services are received OR the date that the invoice is received by the Auditor’s Office whichever is
      later. As a minimum, invoices shall include:

             (1) Name, address, and telephone number of Contractor and similar information in the event
                 the payment is to be made to a different address
             (2) County contract, Purchase Order, and/or delivery order number
             (3) Identification of items or service as outlined in the contract
             (4) Quantity or quantities, applicable unit prices, total prices, and total amount
             (5) Any additional payment information which may be called for by the contract
      Payment inquiries should be directed to the Auditor's Office, Accounts Payable Department: Donna
      McKitrick, 943-1558 or Kathy Blankenship, 943-1557.
10.   Conflict of Interest: No public official shall have interest in a contract, in accordance with Vernon's
      Texas Codes Annotated, Local Government Code Title 5, Subtitle C, Chapter 171.
11.   Ethics: The proposer shall not accept or offer gifts or anything of value nor enter into any business
      arrangement with any employee, official or agent of Williamson County.
12.   Minimum Standards for Responsible Proposers:           A prospective proposer must affirmatively
      demonstrate proposers responsibility. A prospective proposer must meet the following requirements:
             a.   have adequate financial resources, or the ability to obtain such resources as required;
             b.   be able to comply with the required or proposed delivery schedule;
             c.   have a satisfactory record of performance;
             d.   be otherwise qualified and eligible to receive an award.
      Williamson County may request representation and other information sufficient to determine proposers
      ability to meet these minimum standards listed above.

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13.   References: Williamson County REQUIRES proposer to supply with this Proposal, a list of at least
      three (3) references where like services have been supplied by their firm. Include name of firm,
      address, telephone number and name of representative.

14.   Proposer shall provide with this Proposal response, all documentation required by this Proposal.
      Failure to provide this information may result in rejection of the Proposal.

15.   Termination for Default: Williamson County reserves the right to enforce the performance of this
      contract in any manner prescribed by law or deemed to be in the best interest of the County in the
      event of breach or default of this contract. Non-Performance of the proposer in terms of specifications
      shall be a basis for the termination of the contract by the County. The County shall not pay for
      commodities/services which are unsatisfactory. Contractors will be given a reasonable opportunity
      before termination to correct the deficiencies. This, however, shall in no way be construed as negating
      the basis for termination for non-performance.

16.   Contract Administration: Under this contract, Bob Space, Purchasing Director, shall be the contract
      administrator with designated responsibility to ensure compliance with contract requirements, such as
      but not limited to, acceptance, inspection and delivery. The contract administrator will serve as liaison
      between Williamson County Commissioners Court and the successful proposer.

17.   Purchase Order: Williamson County shall generate a purchase order(s) to the successful proposer as
      products and/or services are required. The purchase order number must appear on all itemized
      invoices and/or request for payment.

18.   Silence of Specifications: The apparent silence of these specifications as to any detail or to the
      apparent omission from it of a detailed description concerning any point, shall be regarded as meaning
      that only the best practices are to prevail. All interpretations of these specifications shall be made on
      the basis of this statement.

19.   PROPOSALS MUST BE: legible and of a quality that can be reproduced.

20.   Proposal forms that are included in the Proposal package shall be used. CHANGES to Proposal
      forms made by proposers shall DISQUALIFY THE PROPOSAL. Exceptions to the Proposal forms
      and or specifications shall be made on an attachment to the Proposal package. Call Ginny Atkinson
      (512) 943-1554 for explanation if exceptions are needed.

21.   Prior to submitting any proposal, proposers are required to read the plans and specifications carefully;
      to inform themselves by their independent research, test and investigation of the difficulties to be
      encountered and judge for themselves of the accessibility of the work and all attending circumstances
      affecting the cost of doing the work and the time required for its completion and obtain all information
      required to make an intelligent proposal.

22.   Should the proposer find discrepancies in, or omissions from the plans, specifications, or other
      documents, or should he/she be in doubt as to their meaning, he/she should notify at once Bob Space,
      Purchasing Director, and obtain clarification or addendum prior to submitting any proposal.

23.   In case of ambiguity or lack of clarity in the statement of prices in the proposals, the county reserves
      the right to consider the most favorable analysis thereof, or to reject the proposal. Unreasonable (or
      unbalanced) prices submitted in a proposal may result in rejection of such proposal or other proposals.

24.   Award of the contract, if awarded, will be made within sixty (60) days after opening of the proposals
      and no bidder may withdraw his proposal within said sixty (60) day period of time unless a prior award
      is made.



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25.   Any quantities given in any portion of the contract documents, including the plans, are estimates only,
      and the actual amount of work required may differ somewhat from the estimates. The basis for the
      payment shall be the actual amount of work done and/or material furnished.

26.   THE TEXAS HAZARD COMMUNICATION ACT, Chapter 502 of the Health and Safety Code, Sec.
      502.006, states that a chemical manufacturer or distributor shall provide appropriate Material Safety
      Data Sheets (MSDS) to employers who acquire hazardous chemicals in this state with each initial
      shipment and with the first shipment after a MSDS is updated. The MSDS must conform to the most
      current requirements of the OSHA standard in 29 CFR 1910.1200. By submitting your bid to the
      County you are acknowledging that this regulation is a part of this bid and that you will provide
      appropriate MSDS with each initial shipment and with the first shipment after a MSDS is updated.

27.   THE WILLIAMSON COUNTY HAZARD COMMUNICATION PROGRAM POLICY Under Revised
      Texas Hazard Communication Act (THCA) of 1993 states that it is the responsibility of all
      contractor/sub-contractors who bring hazardous chemicals onto county property to provide appropriate
      MSDS to the county at the work site. When exposure to a hazardous chemical is expected each
      contractor/sub-contractor shall be responsible for the appropriate training of their employees. For a
      copy of the Williamson County Hazard Communication Program Policy contact the Williamson County
      Unified Road & Bridge System Safety/Training Coordinator at 512/930-3330. By submitting your bid to
      the County you are acknowledging that this policy is a part of this bid and that you will provide
      appropriate MSDS to the county work site and provide for appropriate training as applicable.




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                                   PUBLIC NOTICE
                                WILLIAMSON COUNTY
                              REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS



The Williamson County Commissioner’s Court invites the submission of sealed Proposals for:

                      PROPERTY AND CASUALTY INSURANCE
            AND EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES MALPRACTICE INSURANCE

Sealed Proposals will be publicly read in the Williamson County Auditor’s Office, 3rd Floor –
Suite 303, Williamson County Courthouse, Georgetown, Texas on Wednesday, September 11,
2002.
            2:30 PM - PROPERTY AND CASUALTY INSURANCE
            3:00 PM - EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES MALPRACTICE INSURANCE

Detailed specifications may be obtained by calling Ginny Atkinson at (512) 943-1554 or
by visiting the Williamson County Procurement web site.
                              http://www.williamson-county.org/Procurement

The Williamson County Commissioner’s Court reserves the right to accept the lowest and
best Proposal as deemed by the Court, or reject any and/or all Proposals.

Issued by order of the Williamson County Commissioner’s Court on July 23, 2002.
John C. Doerfler, County Judge.




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                           PROPOSAL CHECK LIST


Please check the following prior to sealing and submitting your proposal.


1.   Official Williamson County Proposal Form Completed, signed, and
     enclosed?

                       YES _______           NO _______


2.   All proposal specification sheets completed (including company name at
     bottom of each sheet) and attached?

                       YES _______           NO _______


3.   Have you included and marked (original or copy) three (3) complete
     proposal sets as required?

                       YES _______           NO _______


4.   Have you written the name of your business on the front of the sealed
     envelope?

                       YES _______           NO _______


5.   Have you written the Proposal name, Proposal number, and Proposal
     opening date & time on the front of the sealed envelope?

                       YES _______           NO _______


6.   Are you using an overnight delivery service to deliver your proposal? If you
     are have you written the Proposal name, Proposal number, and Proposal
     opening date & time on the outside of the delivery service envelope?

                       YES _______           NO _______
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                           WILLIAMSON COUNTY PROPOSAL FORM
         PROPERTY AND CASUALTY INSURANCE FOR WILLIAMSON COUNTY

                                                  NUMBER: 03WCAP101

                  PROPOSAL OPENING DATE & TIME: SEPTEMBER 11, 2002 - 2:30 PM
The undersigned, by his/her signature, represents that he/she is authorized to bind the
proposer to fully comply with the terms and conditions of the attached Request for Proposal,
and Specifications for the amount(s) shown on the accompanying Proposal sheet(s). By
signing below, you have read the entire document and agreed to the terms therein.


NAME OF PROPOSER: ___________________________________________________________


Mailing Address: _________________________                                                              _____

                        City: _____________                    ___ State: ________ Zip:_____________


Email Address: _________________________________________________________________


Telephone: (______) ________________________ Fax: (______) ______ _________________


_______________________________________________ Date of Proposal: _______________
Signature of Person Authorized to Sign Proposal


Name and Title of Signer: _________________________________________________________
                                                            (Please Print or Type)
PLEASE COMPLETE THE FOLLOWING:

[ ] "all or none" basis. (Will accept award of "all" items only. If left blank, low item will apply.)
[ ] low item basis. (Will accept award on "any or all" items.)
List Additional Limitations if applicable: ________________________________________
       __________________________________________________________________
       __________________________________________________________________


                             DO NOT SIGN OR SUBMIT THIS FORM
                            WITHOUT READING ENTIRE DOCUMENT

       THIS FORM MUST BE COMPLETED, SIGNED AND RETURNED WITH BID


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                             WILLIAMSON COUNTY
                     BUILDINGS AND PERSONAL PROPERTY
                            INSURANCE COVERAGE

                                  SPECIFICATIONS

THE SPECIFICATIONS listed below are minimum requirements and are intended to
govern, in general, the insurance coverage desired.

THE INSURANCE COVERAGE including all necessary endorsements furnished under
these specifications shall be with an insurer licensed to transact insurance business in
the State of Texas.

PERILS:
FIRE AND LIGHTNING – Total Insurance – See Schedule Attached

EXTENDED COVERAGE – Windstorm, Hurricane, Hail, Explosion, Riot, Civil,
Commotion, Smoke, Aircraft and Land Vehicles.

EXPLOSION

INSURED LOCATIONS: See Attached Schedule “Williamson County Properties”

TERM: THREE YEARS*
Payment shall be made at the beginning of each of the three fiscal years covered
under this agreement, however, it is understood that the county shall have the right to
terminate the policy at the end of any fiscal year if the commissioners’ court of the
county does not appropriate moneys sufficient to pay the premium for the next fiscal
year.

DEDUCTIBLE: $1,000.00 EACH OCCURRENCE

VALUATION: REPLACEMENT COST

THE INSURANCE offered shall meet all Federal and State of Texas regulations and
standards in effect and applicable to the insurance furnished.

ANY VARIATIONS from the specifications must be indicated on the proposal or on a
separate attachment to the proposal so identified as such.




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DESCRIPTIVE LITERATURE: Each proposer shall submit with this proposal a copy
of descriptive literature sufficient in detail to enable an intelligent comparison of
coverage.

EVALUATION AND AWARD: Williamson County will evaluate and award based on
the lowest and best proposal meeting specifications. Ratings, performance and
service history will be an important evaluation factor. “Best” ratings shall be included
and made a part of the proposal.



PART A

PLEASE SUBMIT YOUR PROPOSAL BASED ON THE MINIMUM CRITERIA AS
OUTLINED.

                  $_____________________________


PART B

PLEASE SUBMIT A PROPOSAL FOR THE FOLLOWING ADDITIONS:

BUILDING CODE COVERAGE: $500,000.00

                  $_____________________________

EXTRA EXPENSE COVERAGE: 6 MONTHS

                  $_____________________________

BUSINESS INTERRUPTION COVERAGE: Jail revenue - $ 500,000.00

                  $_____________________________

THEFT COVERAGE FOR ALL LOCATIONS:

                  $_____________________________




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PART C

If it becomes necessary during a coverage year to add new locations to the schedule
of “Williamson County Properties”, indicate below what criteria, methodology, and cost
factors would be used to determine adjustments to the annual premium.




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                                                    WILLIAMSON COUNTY PROPERTIES
  *1                                                *2                       Values                              Computer Equipment   *5 Business Income
Item        Location                           Construction Protection                    *3                *4                         Or Extra Expense
  #  Complete Street Address         Occupancy # of Stories   Class    Building Contents Area              Age   Equipment   Media      Valuable Papers
      700 BLK. MAIN ST.                COUNTY  FRB BRICK
                                                                       8,000,000.   1,480,000.   44,000
 1    GEORGETOWN, TX                  CRTHOUSE    3 STORY

      716 AUSTIN AVE.                 Historical   H2-B BRICK
 2    GEORGETOWN, TX                 Commission         2 STORY         500,000.     120,000.     5,000

                                       OFFICE      SFR-ECWR
      300 MAIN ST.
                                        SPACE
 3    GEORGETOWN, TX                                    2 STORY         500,000.     100,000.    20,000.
                                      (OLD JAIL)
                                     WILLIAMSON
      1102 S. AUSTIN AVE.
                                       COUNTY                                        100,000.
 4    GEORGETOWN, TX                                    2 STORY        1,000,000.                23,000.
                                      ACADEMY
      803C N. SAN GABRIEL PARK DR.
                                     EXPOSITION ICM
      GEORGETOWN, TX
 5                                     BLDG.        1 STORY             250,000.         0.00    70,000.

      517 PINE                        ABC/GAME
 6    GEORGETOWN, TX                   WARDEN           1 STORY          26,000.        5,000.      750

                                     SHERIFF’S     HT
      515 PINE ST.
                                     TRUSTEE’S
 7    GEORGETOWN, TX                                    1 STORY          52,000.        6,000.    3,213
                                       SHOP
                                      JUVENILE     NC-B
      701 COLLEGE
                                     DETENTION
 8    GEORGETOWN, TX                                    1 STORY         500,000.     150,000.     7,500
                                       CENTER

      516 PINE                                     STUCCO
 9    GEORGETOWN, TX                  OFFICES           1 STORY         166,000.      50,000.     4,500


                                     WILLIAMSON
      509 HOLLY ST.                    COUNTY
                                                                        100,000.     100,000.     3,200
 10   GEORGETOWN, TX                 MAINTENANC
                                          E




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                                                                         WILLIAMSON COUNTY PROPERTIES
  *1                                                                     *2                               Values                              Computer Equipment   *5 Business Income
Item              Location                                         Construction     Protection                                 *3       *4                          Or Extra Expense
   #       Complete Street Address                 Occupancy        # of Stories      Class        Building      Contents     Area     Age   Equipment    Media      Valuable Papers

       508 ROCK ST.                           JAIL & SHERIFF         SFR-WR
 11                                                                                                15,000,000.   1,000,000.   92,000
       GEORGETOWN, TX                               ADM              3 STORY

       405 S. M.L.K.                           COURTHOUSE            SFR-WR
 12                                                                                                10,000,000.   1,000,000.   67,000
       GEORGETOWN, TX                            ANNEX               2 STORY

       407 S. M.L.K.                                                   BRICK
 13                                            EMS STATION                                             75,000.      15,000.    1,100
       GEORGETOWN, TX                                                1 STORY

       100 W. 3RD                            OFFICE, HEALTH        SFR-ECSWR
 14                                                                                                  350,000.      100,000.   10,000
       GEORGETOWN, TX                             DIST.              1 STORY

       303 N. MAIN                            OFFICE HEALTH             CD
 15                                                                                                  120,000.       40,000.    2,400
       GEORGETOWN, TX                              DIST.

       311 MAIN ST.                                                   FRAME
 16                                           LESSOR’S RISK                                            47,500.                   808
       GEORGETOWN, TX                                                1 STORY
                                                   JUVENILE             SFR
       2423 WILLIAMS DR.
 17                                                SERVICES-                                             0.00      100,000.
       GEORGETOWN, TX                                                1 STORY
                                                    ADMIN.

       605 W. UNIVERSITY                     WILLIAMSON CO.           LEASED
 18                                                                                                      0.00       25,000.    3,000
       GEORGETOWN, TX                           ACADEMY              1 STORY

       307 S. M.L.K.                                                   BRICK
 19                                                EMS ADMIN.                                        130,000.       50,000.    1,700
       GEORGETOWN, TX                                                1 STORY

       1427 N. MAIN                                                     HTB
 20                                            EMS STATION                                             75,000.      15,000.    1,000
       TAYLOR, TX                                                    1 STORY
* 2 Construction should be one of the following:
     Frame (F)                                                   Noncombustible (NC)
     Joisted (JM)                                                Modified Fire Restrictive (MFR)
     Masonry Noncombustible (MNC)                      Fire Restrictive (FR)




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                                                                                 WILLIAMSON COUNTY PROPERTIES
  *1                                                                     *2                           Values                                Computer Equipment   *5 Business Income
Item              Location                                         Construction Protection                                 *3       *4                            Or Extra Expense
   #       Complete Street Address                 Occupancy        # of Stories   Class     Building       Contents      Area     Age    Equipmen     Media       Valuable Papers
                                                                                                                                              t

       1010 S. MAIN                                                     CD
 21                                                 OFFICES                                          25,000.     3,000.
       TAYLOR, TX                                                    1STORY

       1000 S. MAIN                                MACHINERY          NC-ICM
 22                                                                                                  41,000.     3,500.
       TAYLOR, TX                                   STORAGE          1 STORY

       1000C S. MAIN                                                  NC-ICM
 23                                                 STORAGE                                           9,000.     2,000.
       TAYLOR, TX                                                    1 STORY

       1002C S. MAIN                                                    HTB
 24                                          EMP ROOM & STG                                          23,000.     8,000.
       TAYLOR, TX                                                    1 STORY

       1000D S. MAIN                                                  NC-ICM
 25                                                 STORAGE                                          62,400.    25,000.
       TAYLOR, TX                                                    1 STORY

       412 S. VANCE                           ADLT/JUV PROB,          NC-ICM
 26                                                                                                1,800,000   250,000    19,878   1999
       TAYLOR, TX                                   TAX              2 STORY

       109 W. 5TH ST.                                                   SFR
 27                                                   JP 4                                          250,000.   100,000.    2,400
       TAYLOR, TX                                                    1 STORY

       115 W. 6TH ST.                                                   SFR
 28                                           OFFICES, ANNEX                                        500,000    100,000
       TAYLOR, TX                                                    1 STORY
                                                                        BV
       3407 FM 1869
 29                                                EMS OFFICE                                        90,000     25,000     3,200
       LIBERTY HILL, TX                                              1 STORY
                                                                         IC
       1001 3RD RD                                  VEHICLE
 30                                                                                                   9,000      5,000     2,400
       LIBERTY HILL, TX                             STORAGE          1 STORY
* 2 Construction should be one of the following:
     Frame (F)                                                   Noncombustible (NC)
     Joisted (JM)                                                Modified Fire Restrictive (MFR)
     Masonry Noncombustible (MNC)                      Fire Restrictive (FR)




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                                                                                 WILLIAMSON COUNTY PROPERTIES
  *1                                                               *2                            Values                                  Computer Equipment   *5 Business Income
Item              Location                                   Construction      Protection                       *3                *4                           Or Extra Expense
   #       Complete Street Address            Occupancy       # of Stories      Class     Building    Contents Area              Age   Equipment      Media     Valuable Papers

       1 ½ MI OF FLORENCE, FM 970,            VEHICLE              IC
 31                                                                                                 28,000      4,000    1,600
       FLORENCE, TX                           STORAGE          1STORY

       600 N. BELL                                             LEASED
 32                                            OFFICES                                                   0    100,000    5,500
       CEDAR PARK, TX                                          2 STORY

       350 DISCOVERY BLVD                                       NC-ICM
 33                                                ANNEX                                          2,500,000   580,000   34,400
       CEDAR PARK, TX                                          2 STORY

                                                                NC-ICM
       211 COMMERCE COVE
 34                                                ANNEX                                      2,500,000.      430,000   26,000
       ROUND ROCK, TX
                                                               1 STORY

       12507 B MELLOW MEADOW                   OFFICE,         STUCCO
 35                                                                                                      0     50,000
       AUSTIN, TX                               TAX            1 STORY

       10502 MELLOW MEADOW                       EMS               IC
 36                                                                                                 26,000     15,000     840
       AUSTIN, TX                              STATION         1 STORY
       105 TRADESMAN #D                                        LEASED
 37                                            OFFICES                                                   0    100,000    2,800
       HUTTO, TX                                               1 STORY
       1000 E DAVILLA ST                      TRACTOR             IC
 38                                                                                                 21,900      6,000
       GRANGER, TX                            STORAGE          1 STORY

       1000 B E DAVILLA ST                    VEHICLE              IC
 39                                                                                                 40,000     25,000
       GRANGER, TX                            STORAGE          1 STORY
                                                                  BV
       1000 A E DAVILLA ST
 40                                            OFFICES                                              25,000      2,000
       GRANGER, TX                                             1 STORY
* 2 Construction should be one of the following:
     Frame (F)                                                  Noncombustible (NC)
     Joisted (JM)                                               Modified Fire Restrictive (MFR)
     Masonry Noncombustible (MNC)                     Fire Restrictive (FR)




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                                                                                  WILLIAMSON COUNTY PROPERTIES
  *1                                                                *2                           Values                                       Computer Equipment   *5 Business Income
Item              Location                                    Construction     Protection                       *3                   *4                             Or Extra Expense
   #       Complete Street Address            Occupancy        # of Stories      Class    Building    Contents Area                 Age     Equipment      Media     Valuable Papers

                                               EQUIP             NC-ICM
 41    FM 971                                                                                        10,000      10,000
                                              STORAGE           1 STORY

       1900 INNER LOOP                         CENTRAL
 42                                                                                                4,000,000   2,000,000   29,640
       GEORGETOWN, TX                           MAINT           1 STORY
                                              SHERIFF’S            CD
       12100 MILLWRIGHT PKWY
 43                                              SUB                                                             20,000
       ANDERSON MILL                                            1 STORY
                                               STATION

       1821 INNER LOOP                         911 SYS/           MFRB
 44                                                                                                 63,879
       GEORGETOWN, TX                          TOWER                                                            466,501

       503 MAIN STREET                        WMSN CO            FRAME
 45                                                                                                 100,000      10,000     2,800
       GEORGETOWN, TX                          CSCD             2 STORY
                                                                   ICM
       1900 INNER LOOP                        SHERIFF’S
 46                                                                                                  10,000      10,000     2,400
       GEORGETOWN, TX                         IMPOUND           1 STORY

       1900 INNER LOOP
 47                                           SIGN SHOP                                              18,000      10,000     4,000
       GEORGETOWN, TX

       2604 NORTHLAWN                                            BRICK
 48                                                 EMS                                             120,000      35,000     1,554
       TAYLOR, TX                                               1 STORY

       601 N. ALLIGATOR                            REHAB/          BV
 49                                                                                                                        30,000    1988
       GRANGER, TX                                 OFFICE           1

                                               TOWER                                                147,614

* 2 Construction should be one of the following:
     Frame (F)                                                   Noncombustible (NC)
     Joisted (JM)                                                Modified Fire Restrictive (MFR)
     Masonry Noncombustible (MNC)                      Fire Restrictive (FR)




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                                                                               WILLIAMSON COUNTY PROPERTIES
  *1                                                              *2                          Values                                  Computer Equipment   *5 Business Income
Item              Location                                  Construction    Protection                       *3                *4                           Or Extra Expense
   #       Complete Street Address            Occupancy      # of Stories     Class    Building    Contents Area              Age   Equipment      Media     Valuable Papers
                                                                              Tilt Wall                              10,000
                                                                            Steel Frame
       301 Inner Loop
 50                                          CSCD Offices      1 Story
       Georgetown, TX                                                                     3,100,000.00
                                                                            Warehouse                                60,000


       TOTALS                                                                             52,411,293     8,851,001




* 2 Construction should be one of the following:
     Frame (F)                                                Noncombustible (NC)
     Joisted (JM)                                             Modified Fire Restrictive (MFR)
     Masonry Noncombustible (MNC)                             Fire Restrictive (FR)




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