|AGENDA – Regular Public Meeting||Pinellas County|
|Board of County Commissioners (BCC)|
|3:00 P.M.||February 17, 2004|
OF ALLEGIANCE to the Flag of
the United States of America
b. Corrections to Minutes of January 6, 2004, Item No. 4-f, to Read "Proposal by the City of Clearwater"; and Minutes of July 9, 2002, Item No. 5, to Reflect "Legal Notice Published in the June 21, 2002 Issue of the St. Petersburg Times."
a. Memorandum Dated January 23, 2004 Received from the Clerk of the Circuit Court Regarding Funds in the Amount of $16,328.93 Received from the State Office of Financial Services for Deposit to the County’s General Revenue Fund for Unclaimed Property as Identified by Florida Association of Court Clerks’ (FACC) Unclaimed Property Program, Together with a Copy of FACC Newsletter Article.
b. City of Safety Harbor Resolution No. 2004-01 Adopted January 20, 2004 Expressing Concerns Regarding Proposed Plans, Projects, and Air Traffic Associated with St. Petersburg-Clearwater International Airport.
6. Approval of the Ranking of Firms for Consultant Selection and Authorization for Staff to Negotiate with the Number One Ranked Firm for Geotechnical Engineering Services on the Belleair Causeway Bridge Replacements.
C. REGULAR AGENDA
Items for Discussion from Consent Agenda (County
Administrator and Clerk of Circuit Court).
County Administrator Spratt introduced Ronald "Noah" Lagos as the new St. Petersburg-Clearwater International Airport Director.
17. Approval of the Ranking of Firms for Consultant Selection and Authorization for Staff to Negotiate with the Number One Ranked Firm for St. Petersburg-Clearwater International Airport Taxiway “M” Medium Intensity Lights.
18. Approval of the Agreement with TBE Group, Inc. for Professional Engineering Services for Forest Lakes Boulevard Sidewalk Improvements.
19. Approval of Amendment No. 1 to the Guaranteed Maximum Price with W.G. Mills, Inc. for the Design/Building Services Agreement of the Fire and Emergency Medical Services Training Facility.
20. Approval of Change Order No. 1 with David Nelson Construction Co. for the Construction of Klosterman Road from U.S. Highway 19A to U.S. Highway 19.
21. Approval of the Installation of Six Speed Humps on Oak Street between Whitney Road and Haines Bayshore Road.
22. Approval of the Installation of Three-Way Stop Controls on 85th Lane North at 75th Place North, at 77th Avenue North, and at 78th Terrace North.
23. Approval of the Real Property Acquisition of 8400 Bay Pines Boulevard, St. Petersburg for the Park Street/Starkey Road Project.
24. Approval to Advertise for a Kick-Off Public Information Meeting for the Haines Road Reconstruction Project.
25. Approval of Change Order No. 2 with Wharton-Smith, Inc. for the William E. Dunn Water Reclamation Facility Improvements.
26. Approval of Change Order No. 3, Final Payment, and Release of Escrow Funds Regarding the Joint Project Agreement with the Florida Department of Transportation for Utility Relocation on Blind Pass Road (State Road 699) from 75th Avenue to 93rd Avenue.
27. Approval of an Agreement for Professional Consulting Services with Ash Engineering, Inc. for the Capri Isle 16” and 24” Water Main Replacements.
28. Approval of the Ranking of Firms for Consulting Engineering Services at the Solid Waste Resource Recovery Facility and Authorization for Staff to Negotiate with the Firm for Operator Procurement Assistance.
29. Approval of the Ranking of Firms for Consulting Engineering Services at the Solid Waste Resource Recovery Facility and Authorization for Staff to Negotiate with the Firm for Independent Consulting Engineering Services.
30. Approval of an Agreement for Engineering Services for the Study and Design for the Replacement/Rehabilitation of Redington Beach Pump Stations Nos. 76, 77, and 78.
31. Approval of Authorization to Advertise a Second Public Information Meeting for the Pop Stansell Boat Ramp Upgrade Project (Culture, Education, and Leisure).
32. Approval of a Partial Award of an Air Pollution Control Grant from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (Environmental Management).
33. Approval of an Amended and Restated Declaration of Reciprocal Easement and Covenants, Conditions and Restrictions (General Services).
34. Approval of a Concession License Agreement Form for Roving Beach Concession Services at Sand Key Park, Establish a Minimum Base Bid, and Authorize Advertisement (General Services).
35. Approval of the Third Amendment to the Agreement for Management and Maintenance of the North Pinellas Historical Museum with the Palm Harbor Historical Society, Inc. (General Services).
36. Approval of the Lease with HK New Plan Skyway Plaza for the Tax Collector (General Services).
37. Approval of a Jail Diversion Program Mental Health Services Agreement with WestCare Florida (Justice and Consumer Services).
38. Approval of a Jail Diversion Program Mental Health Services Agreement with Suncoast Center for Community Mental Health, Inc. (Justice and Consumer Services).
39. Approval of a Jail Diversion Program Mental Health Services Agreement with Gulf Coast Jewish Family Services, Inc. (Justice and Consumer Services).
40. Approval of a Memorandum of Understanding with Bob Dillinger, Public Defender for the Sixth Judicial Circuit for Administration of Funds for the Jail Diversion Program (Justice and Consumer Services).
41. Adoption of a Resolution to Appropriate Earmarked Receipts for a Particular Purpose in the Fiscal Year 2004 Capital Projects Fund (Management and Budget).
42. Approval of the Second Amendment to the Contract with Maguire Associates of Virginia, Inc. for Cost Allocation Plan Consultant Services (Purchasing/Information Technology).
43. Other Administrative Matters.
a. Announced TEFRA Public Hearing to be held March 9, 2004 re Bayfront Medical Center, Inc.
44. Authority to Initiate a Small Claims Action on Behalf of Sunstar against the Estate of Robert F. Stewart for Unpaid Ambulance Bills.
45. Approval of the Release of Lien against Ellis Huewitt, Sr.
46. Authority to Retain Zinober & McCrea in the Matter of the Estate of Earlvin Todd Neal, by and Through its Personal Representative, Angela Mica Neal v. Pinellas County Sheriff’s Office, Everett S. Rice, Individually, and Michael C. Borland, Individually – Case No. 8:03-CV-247-T-17MAP.
None 47. Miscellaneous.
ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY
48. Approval of an Application for Federal Assistance with the U.S. Department of Energy for Additional Grant Funds for Infrastructure Improvements to the Young-Rainey STAR Center.
49. Approval of Amendment 14 to the Lease Agreement with Raytheon Company.
50. Approval of Amendment 15 to the Lease Agreement with Raytheon Company.
E. COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR REPORTS
a. Update re Clearwater Courthouse Food Concession; authority granted to proceed with negotiating contract similar to Hillsborough County.
b. Approval of motion to reaffirm Board's position re June 2003 request to the Pinellas Planning Council (PPC) to amend the planning area boundaries for Pinellas Park, St. Petersburg, Kenneth City and Seminole; Chairman requested that a joint meeting of BCC and PPC be scheduled.
F. COUNTY COMMISSION
|Commissioner Harris||Introduced new Executive Internship Program student Kevin Reilly; requested that Chief Assistant County Administrator Gay Lancaster follow up on questions re available space for Guardian Ad Litem program; and reported on Pinellas County average daily water consumption per person/per day lower than national average.|
|Commissioner Morroni||Re tour of Bayflite Communications Department.|
|Commissioner Seel||Appointment of Herbert Thompson to Feather Sound Municipal Taxing Unit.|
|Commissioner Welch||Requested Chairman write a letter to Department of Children and Family services re foster care situation; thanked staff for tour of St. Petersburg Judicial Complex.|
|Commissioner Latvala||Reaffirmed scheduling of joint meeting between PPC and BCC.|
Presentation re Joey Bergsma Retinoblastoma Awareness Month Proclamation to Pam Bergsma.
Youth Advisory Committee update by Daniel Holm.
H. Patrick Wheeler, Palm Harbor, re Parking
John Savas, Largo, re fluoridation
Mark P. Klutho, re waste, stupidity
Pamela Borres, Pinellas Park, re spay/neuter (cats/dogs)
Elka Zwick, St. Petersburg, re Pinellas County Animal Services
Shelayh Inglesby, St. Petersburg, re spay/neuter (cats/dogs)
Jim Gisondi, St. Petersburg, spay/neuter (cats/dogs)
F. J. Burr, Clearwater, re retarded clients group home
Any Person Wishing to Speak at this Time (Excluding Issues on the Agenda or Previously Acted on by the BCC) Must Have a Card Filled Out and Turned in to Staff at the Administrative Table Located at the Front of the Board Room.
H. SCHEDULED PUBLIC HEARINGS
Procedure Used by the Board of County Commissioners
in Conducting Public Hearings is to Have a
Staff Presentation Followed by the Applicant
Presenting the Specific Proposal. The Board
Will Then Hear Comments From the Proponents
Followed by Comments From the Opponents and
a Staff Summary. The Applicant Will Then be
Given an Opportunity to Close and the Board
of County Commissioners Will Decide on the
Matter. Please Refer to the Back of Your Agenda
Copy for More Details on Guidelines for Time
Limitations and Opportunities to Speak.
SCHEDULED PUBLIC HEARINGS - BCC
53. Petition to Vacate Submitted by Steven S. McEnerney for an Irregularly Shaped Portion of a 20-Foot Wide Utility Easement Containing 528 Square Feet on Lot 47, Whispering Lakes Subdivision, Located in the Northwest Quarter of Section 13, Township 27 South, Range 16 East.
54. Proposed Ordinance to Amend the Pinellas County Code Creating a Section Regarding the Form of Citizens’ Initiative Petition to be Used in Proposing Amendment to the County Charter.
55. Acquisition of the City of Belleair Beach Wastewater Collection System.
2nd 3/9/04 56. Proposed Resolution to Designate the Young-Rainey
STAR Center as a
2nd 3/9/04 57. Proposed Ordinance to Amend the Pinellas County Code Relating to Residential Use Buffer Distances and Solid Waste Disposal Facilities.
58. Planning and Zoning Applications Heard by the Examiner:
Application of John J. Bennett for a Change of Zoning from C-2, General Retail Commercial and Limited Services District and R-3, Single Family Residential to CR, Commercial Recreation and Land Use Change from Residential Low to Commercial Recreation on Approximately 0.201 Acre Located on the West Side of Bayshore Drive, 130 Feet South of Bay Street (Parcel ID No. 10-28-15-12816-001-1100).
Application of American Housing Corporation for a Change of Zoning from R-6, Mobile Home Parks and Subdivisions to R-3, Single Family Residential on Approximately 0.138 Acre on the North Side of 103rd Avenue North, 303.9 Feet East of 62nd Street North (Parcel ID No. 17-30-16-60835-000-2050).
Continued 30 days c. Z/LU-4-1-04.
Application of Edmund S. Whitson, Jr. for a Change of Zoning from RR, Rural Residential to P-1, General Professional Office and Land Use Change from Residential Low to Residential/Office General on Approximately 0.793 Acre on the North Side of Belleair Road, 495.11 Feet East of South Highland Avenue (Parcel ID No. 23-29-15-00000-340-0500).
Application of Charles Eugene Creel, Sr. for a Change of Land Use from Residential Low Medium to Commercial General and a Developer’s Agreement on Approximately 1.26 Acres, 450 Feet West of U.S. Highway 19, 311.6 Feet South of Central Avenue (Parcel ID No. 30-29-16-55044-000-0020).
WATER AND NAVIGATION
Pursuant to the Provisions of Chapter 31182, Laws of Florida (1955), as Amended, it is the Policy of the Pinellas County Water & Navigation Control Authority that all Persons Giving Testimony on Matters Relating to Application for Dredge, Fill, or Dock Permits do so Under Oath. If You Wish to Make Statements or Give Testimony Concerning any of the Water & Navigation Items, Please be Prepared to Stand and Take the Oath When Requested to do so by the Clerk.
W/O Prejudice 59. Multi-Use Dock Application M33664-03/Revised
Submitted by Richard Ladd/DR Horton Homes,
5200 - 4th Street South, Little Bayou, St.
(Continued from January 20, 2004 BCC Agenda).
ADJOURNMENT: 11:19 P.M.