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PRESENTATIONS and AWARDS
A. CONSENT AGENDA
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT
1. Approval of Minutes of Regular Meetings of February 6 and 20, 2007 and Special Session of February 27, 2007.
a. Pinellas County Metropolitan Planning Organization Annual Financial Report for the Fiscal Year (FY) Ended September 30, 2006.
b. Palm Harbor Special Fire Control and Rescue District Annual Financial Report for the Fiscal Year (FY) Ended September 30, 2006.
c. Tampa Bay Water (a Regional Water Supply Authority) Financial Statements and Compliance Reports for the Years Ended September 30, 2006 and 2005.
3. Other Approvals:
a. General – None.
b. Vouchers and Bills Paid.
4. Miscellaneous Items to be Received for Filing:
a. Florida Public Service Commission Notice and Revised Notice of Prehearing and Hearing Regarding Petition on Behalf of Citizens of the State of Florida to Require Progress Energy Florida, Inc. to Refund Customers $143 Million to be Held March 21, 2007 and April 2, 3, and 4, 2007, Respectively, in Tallahassee.
b. Correspondence from City of Pinellas Park Regarding Three
Ordinances Voluntarily Annexing Certain Property; Public Hearing Held March 8, 2007.
c. Town of Indian Shores Resolution No. 3-2007 Adopted February
13, 2007, Supporting the Proposed Extension of the One-Cent Local Government Infrastructure Surtax Otherwise Known as the Penny for Pinellas.
d. Eastlake Oaks Community Development District Minutes of Meeting Held October 12, 2006.
See No. Item 8 5. Approval of an Award of Base Bid Plus Option 1 to E.L. Trevena,
Incorporated for 2007 Railroad Crossing and Sidewalk Improvements.
6. Approval of an Award of Bid to Suncoast Paving, Inc. for Asphalt – SI and SIII (Cooperative).
7. Approval of the Receipt and File Report of Items Delegated to the County Administrator for Approval (County Administrator).
B. REGULAR AGENDA
8. Items for Discussion from Consent Agenda (County Administrator and Clerk of Circuit Court).
Item No. 5 moved from Consent Agenda to be presented as regular agenda item.
9. Adoption of a Resolution and Approval of Supplemental Joint Participation Agreement No. 3 with the State of Florida Department of Transportation for Additional Grant Funds for Design and Construction of Taxiways/Lease Hold Development.
10. Approval of an Eighth Amendment to Airport Lease with Sheltair St. Petersburg, LLC for Hangar Expansion.
11. Approval of an Office Lease Agreement with Daedalus, Inc., d/b/a Business Aviation Ground Services, for Office Space in the Airport Terminal Building.
12. Approval of a Lease Agreement with Renewal Options and Memorandum of Lease with Market Place Hospitality, Inc.
13. Approval of a Design/Build Agreement with Hennessy Construction Services Corp. for Brooker Creek Preserve Maintenance Building Project.
14. Approval of Authority to Advertise a Proposed Resolution Regarding Revised Pinellas County Reclaimed Water Schedule of Rates, Fees, Charges, and Implementation Retroactive to December 9, 1997.
15. Approval of the Third Amendment to the Agreement with The Budd Group, Inc. for Security Guard Services.
16. Approval of Revised Cultural Grant Program Guidelines (Culture, Education, and Leisure).
17. Adoption of a Resolution to Determine Two County-Owned Parcels, a/k/a Toytown, Not Needed for County Purposes and Authorize Conveyance or Lease to the Pinellas County Industrial Development Authority (Economic Development).
Item No. 17 considered with Item No. 24a.
18. Approval of Authority to Advertise a Public Hearing for a Proposed Ordinance Extending the Idle Speed/No Wake Zone for South Pasadena (Environmental Management).
19. Adoption of a Resolution to Authorize the Demolition of an Unsafe Dwelling Structure and Remove Debris from the Property Located at 900 Elm Street in Unincorporated Safety Harbor (Environmental Management).
20. Approval of Authority for the County Administrator to Send Required Notice to HPD Starkey Lakes II, LLLP and Exercise the Option to Purchase Property and Execute the Lease Termination Agreement and First Amendment to the Contract for Sale, Purchase, and Lease (Facility Management).
21. Approval of an Increase to the Contract with Oral Surgery Specialists for Annual Requirements of Oral Surgery for Medically Underserved Residents (Human Services).
22. Adoption of a Resolution to Appropriate Earmarked Receipts for a Particular Purpose in the FY 2007 Transportation Impact Fee Fund Budget for Unanticipated Revenue (Management and Budget).
23. Approval of Authority for Payment of Various Insurance Renewal Premiums and for the County Administrator to Execute Insurance Documents (Risk Management).
24. Other Administrative Matters
As amended a. Request for Negotiations for the Sale or Lease and Development of the Toytown Site.
Considered with Item No. 17.
25. Approval of Authority for the County Attorney to Initiate Housing Discrimination Litigation on Behalf of Ms. Mary Rush in the Claim of Rush v. Eastwood Shores Condominium #3 Association, Inc. – HUD Case # 04-05-1373-8 – PCO Case #06-014 – Allegations of Housing Discrimination.
None 26. Miscellaneous.
C. AUTHORITIES, BOARDS, AND COUNCILS
EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES (EMS) AUTHORITY
27. Approval of Reappointments of Members and Alternates to the EMS Advisory Council.
28. Approval of an Appointment to the EMS Medical Control Board
D. COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR REPORTS
04/03/07 29. Starkey Road Widening Project from Ulmerton Road to East Bay Drive.
County Administrator Spratt related that an agreement to designate three schools as pet-friendly shelters has been reached with the School Board.
County Administrator Spratt provided an update on the search for a Convention and Visitors Bureau Director.
E. COUNTY COMMISSION
a. Commissioner Latvala
commented on the high cost of property and casualty insurance; related that leadership from the Florida Association of Counties and the Florida League of Cities will attend a meeting with House leadership on Thursday to discuss the tax situation; and encouraged members to participate in Legislative Days.
b. Commissioner Welch
noted that he will participate in Legislative Days.
c. Commissioner Seel
indicated that legislators are being contacted by lobbyists regarding the sales tax versus property tax issue; and complimented staff on school camps scheduled for the summer months.
d. Commissioner Harris
related that the Youth Advisory Council is scheduled to visit the legislature tomorrow; and provided a water conservation tip.
e. Commissioner Morroni
related that he will participate in Legislative Days; and noted the passing of Albert Redman, Jr. of Seminole.
F. CITIZENS TO BE HEARD
G. SCHEDULED PUBLIC HEARINGS
SCHEDULED PUBLIC HEARINGS – BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
31. Proposed Tax Equity Fiscal Responsibility Act (TEFRA) Resolution Authorizing TEFRA Approval of Not-to-Exceed $4,500,000 Pinellas County Educational Facilities Authority Revenue and Revenue Refunding Bonds, Series 2007 on Behalf of Admiral Farragut Academy South, Inc.
32. Petition to Vacate Submitted by Carolyn Kies for a Portion of a Drainage and/or Utility Easement Located on Lot 2, Baywood Village Section 5 Subdivision.
33. Planning and Zoning Applications Heard by the Examiner (Quasi-Judicial Hearings are Noted with a “Q” Prefix):
a. Q Z-1-1-07
Resolution Changing the Zoning Classification of a Parcel of Land Containing Approximately .2 Acre Located on the South Side of Indiana Avenue 50 Feet East of 11th Street, Palm Harbor, Page 73 of the Zoning Atlas as Being in Section 01, Township 28, Range 15, from R-4, One, Two and Three Family Residential to C-1, Neighborhood Commercial, and a Variance to Allow the Usage of the Existing Building Lying within the Front Setback Area, upon Application of David and Julie Sorrell through Darren Rothschild, Representative.
b. Q Z/LU-5-5-04
Application of International Capital Properties, in Care of Edward Medley, through E. D. Armstrong, III, Esquire, Johnson, Pope, Bokor, Ruppel & Burns, LLP, Representative, for an Amendment to a Previously Approved Development Agreement to Incorporate Additional Property Known as Collany Island for Single-Family and Multi-Family Development Consisting of 130 Multi-Family Units with a Maximum Height of 55 Feet and 10 Single Family Detached Lots with a Maximum Height of 45 Feet, to Allow Frontage on a Private Road for the Proposed Single-Family Lots to Have a Front Setback of 25 Feet from the Private Road, and to Allow a 55 Feet Height Limitation for the Multi-Family Structures
on Several Parcels of Land Containing Approximately 20 Acres (18 Acres of Upland) Located on the North and South Sides of Collany Road and to Include Land Known as Collany Island, Tierra Verde.
c. Q Z/LU-2-9-06 (Second Public Hearing and Final Adoption)
Resolution Changing the Zoning Classification of Several Parcels of Land Totaling Approximately 15.45 Acres Located on the Northeast Corner of Roosevelt Boulevard and Ulmerton Road, Page 722 of the Zoning Atlas as Being in Section 03, Township 30, Range 16, from C-2, General Retail Commercial and Limited Services, M-1, Light Manufacturing and Industry and PSP, Public/Semi-Public to C-3, Commercial, Wholesale, Warehousing and Industrial Support, upon Application of Pinellas County through St. Petersburg-Clearwater Airport, in Care of Noah Lagos, Airport Director, Representative, and an Ordinance Amending the Future Land Use Map of Pinellas County, Florida, by Changing the Land Use Designation of Several Parcels of Land Totaling Approximately 15.45 Acres Located on the Northeast Corner of Roosevelt Boulevard and Ulmerton Road Located in Section 03, Township 30, Range 16, from Transportation/Utility to Industrial Limited, and Providing an Effective Date.
d. Q Z/LU-6-9-06 (Second Public Hearing and Final Adoption)
Resolution Changing the Zoning Classification of Several Parcels of Land Totaling Approximately 418 Acres Located on the East and West Sides of East Lake Road, North of Trinity Boulevard and Bordering the Pinellas/Pasco County Line, Tarpon Springs, Pages 505, 507 and 509 of the Zoning Atlas, as Being in Sections 03, 04 and 05, Township 27, Range 16, from A-E, Agricultural Estate Residential, RPD-0.5, Residential Planned Development-0.5 Unit per Acre and AL, Aquatic Lands to P/C, Preservation/Conservation, P-RM, Preservation-Resource Management and AL, Aquatic Lands, upon Application of Pinellas County through Pinellas County Department of Environmental Management, in Care of Will Davis, Director, Representative, and an Ordinance Amending the Future Land Use Map of Pinellas County, Florida, by Changing the Land Use Designation of Several Parcels of Land Totaling Approximately 418 Acres Located on the East and West Sides of East Lake Road North of Trinity Boulevard and Bordering the Pinellas/Pasco County Line, Tarpon Springs, Located in Sections 03, 04 and 05, Township 27, Range 16 from Residential Rural, Preservation-Resource Management, Institutional, Transportation/Utility and Preservation to Preservation-Resource Management, Preservation and Transportation/Utility Overlay, and Providing an Effective Date.
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