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A G R E E M E N T Ginger Mill COMMON AREA MAINTENANCE THIS AGREEMENT is entered by the Board of County Commissioners of ORANGE COUNTY, FLORIDA, a political subdivision  of the State of Florida (hereinafter  referred to as the "County1}, and Ginger Mill Homeowners' Association, Inc.  (hereinafter referred to as "the Association"), organized and existing under the laws of the State of Florida. W I T N E S S E T H WHEREAS, certain real property known as Ginger Mill, located in Orange County and identified in Exhibit "A"  of this agreement, a residential development, has been platted as shown in the Public Records of Orange County, Florida, (hereinafter the "Property11); and WHEREAS, the County finds that it is a valid County purpose under the laws of the State of Florida, to maintain the landscaping and beautification  of improvements  installed within Ginger Mill as described, notated, and/or shown in Exhibit "B"  of this agreement (hereinafter more particularly referred to as "Maintenance Area"), and WHEREAS, the Board of County Commissioners (hereinafter known as the "Board") has determined that a Municipal Service Benefit Unit (hereinafter referred to as the "MSBU") for the purpose of generating revenue to provide for maintenance of the Maintenance Areas will specially benefit the Ginger Mill subdivision properties as well as benefiting the County as a whole.  Therefore, the Board on February 25,1991, adopted a "Resolution Creating a Municipal Service Taxing/Benefit Unit for Common Area Maintenance for Ginger Mill", as the most efficient and equitable means by which to finance such maintenance services, and WHEREAS, the County desires to contract with the Association for such maintenance services for the benefit of the citizens of Orange County, and NOW,THEREFORE, THE PARTIES HERETOAGREEAS FOLLOWS: ARTICLE I- PURPOSE 1. The purpose of this Agreement is to provide for direct landscape maintenance  costs, as defined in Article II, for common landscaped entries, rights-of-way,  street medians, and those open areas meeting the criteria of areas without improved above-ground structures that are: a. For passive recreation or scenic preservation only b. Contiguous to the platted or deeded public right-of-way of an existing County road and accessible from such road c. Access is freely open to all residents and property owners of the MSBU equally I n  addition, related administrative costs of insurance required of the Association by this  maintenance 27 1   Q:\Word\RMBS\CornriDn\GingermHI04 agr.doc

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