|AGENDA – Regular Public Meeting||Pinellas County|
|Board of County Commissioners (BCC)|
|3:00 P.M.||March 30, 2004|
PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE to the Flag of the United States of America
a. Juvenile Welfare Board Financial Statements for Fiscal Year Ended September 30, 2003, with Independent Auditor’s Report Thereon, Together with the State of Florida Annual Local Government Financial Report for Fiscal Year 2002-2003.
b. Palm Harbor Community Services Agency, Inc. Financial Statements for Fiscal Year Ended September 30, 2003, with Independent Auditor’s Report Thereon; and 2003-2004 Budgets and Annual Activity Reports of Boards of Directors of Palm Harbor Library, East Lake Community Library and Palm Harbor Parks and Recreation.
d. Southwest Florida Water Management District Comprehensive Annual Financial Report for the Fiscal Year Ended September 30, 2003, Along with Annual Local Government Financial Report for Fiscal Year 2002-2003.
c. City of Largo Notice of Public Hearing Regarding Ordinances Nos. 2004-12, 2004-15, and 2004-26 Annexing Certain Property; 2004-24 Vacating a Sewer Easement Held March 2, 2004; and Ability to Serve Annexation Report Regarding Roosevelt Boulevard (State Road 686) and 58th Street.
d. Florida Public Service Commission Notices of Orders: (1) Approving Standard Offer Contract and Revisions to Tariff Schedules by Tampa Electric Company Issued February 13, 2004; (2) Approving Tariff Revisions to Sections 3.02 and 3.05 by Progress Energy Florida, Inc.; and (3) Suspending Tariff Issued February 23, 2004.
g. Department of Environmental Protection Notice of Draft Permit and Request for Public Comment for Progress Energy Florida to Operate Wastewater Treatment and Effluent Disposal Facilities for Bartow Power Plant.
k. Board of Commissioners of Pinellas Suncoast Fire and Rescue District Resolution 2004-01 Adopted February 17, 2004 Providing for Fixing of Rate of Non-ad Valorem Assessments in Compliance with the Charter of the District.
l. Pinellas Park Water Management District Minutes of Regular Authority Meeting No. 4 Dated January 15, 2004, Together with Financial Statement Dated January 2004.
m. Required Filing of Annual Financial Report and Audited Financial Statements for the Fiscal Year Ended September 30, 2002; an Addendum to the Management Letter of Tampa Bay Water, a Regional Water Supply Authority.
17. Approval of the Correction of Scrivener’s Errors in, and Ratification of, the First Amendment to the Contract with St. Petersburg College for the Provision of Primary Services (One Stop Centers) and the Second Amendment to the Contract with St. Petersburg College for the Provision of Youth Services (WorkNet).
B. REGULAR AGENDA
None 18. Items for Discussion from Consent Agenda (County Administrator and Clerk of Circuit Court).
19. Approval of the Final Option of Renewal of
the Contract with Interspace Airport Advertising
for Annual Advertising Requirements.
20. Approval of the 2004 970 WFLA/Tampa Bay Devil Rays Radio Network Advertising Agreement.
21. Approval of the Installation of Two Speed Humps on Pinehurst Drive between Hercules Avenue and Capri Drive.
22. Approval of the Installation of Three Speed Humps on 90th Avenue North between 125th Street North and 122nd Way North.
PH 04/13/04 23. Approval of the Report of Costs for the Preliminary (Second) Assessment Roll (Final) for the Drainage Improvements to Hidden Meadows Subdivision, Rear of Lots 12 through 18, and the Garlands Subdivision between Lots 8 and 9 and Approval to Authorize Advertisement for a Public Hearing.
24. Approval of the Ranking of Firms for Consultant Selection and Authorization for Staff to Negotiate with the Number One Ranked Firm for Mosquito Control Helicopter Hangar and Storage Buildings Design-Build Services.
25. Approval of Agreements for Ongoing Professional Preservation Architect Services with Atelier AEC, Inc. and Renker Eich Parks, Architects.
26. Approval to Declare Parcel No. 32-29-16-70362-300-1100 as Surplus, Authorize Expenditure of Funds to Prepare Property for Sale, and Grant Permission to Advertise.
27. Approval of Amendment No. 1 to the Guaranteed Maximum Price in the Design/Build Services Agreement with W.G. Mills, Inc. for the Construction of the Fire and Emergency Medical Services Training Facility.
28. Approval of Amendment No. 2 to the Agreement for Professional Services for Architectural Programming with Kimme and Associates, Inc. for the Jail Expansion Phase II Health Care Facility.
29. Approval of Amendment No. 4 (Final) to the Construction Management Agreement with Skanska USA Building, Inc. for the New Medical Examiner’s Facility and Forensic Center, Acceptance of the Contract as Complete, and Release of Retainage.
30. Approval of an Award of Bid to Kamminga and Roodvoets, Inc. for the Nebraska Avenue at Riviere Road (West Leg) Project.
31. Approval of Change Order No. 1 with Pepper Contracting Services, Inc. for the Construction of Georgia Avenue from County Road 1 to U.S. Alt. 19.
32. Approval of Change Order No. 1 with Keystone Excavators, Inc. for the Fiscal Year 2003-2004 Annual Contract Regarding Construction of Underdrains and Minor Drainage.
33. Approval of an Award of Bid to Internal Intelligence Service, Inc. for Security Services.
34. Approval of a Consulting Engineering Services Agreement with Camp Dresser and McKee Inc. for Operator Procurement Assistance at the Solid Waste Resource Recovery Facility.
35. Approval of Amendment No. 1 to the Agreement with Southwest Florida Water Management District for Pinellas County North Reclaimed Water System Storage.
36. Approval of an Agreement to Acquire Parcel No. 04-30-15-02934-000-0160, Improved Property Lying within the Greater Ridgecrest Neighborhood Revitalization Area (Community Development).
37. Approval of the Acceptance of a Donated Vehicle for Use as a Maintenance Vehicle in Heritage Village (Culture, Education and Leisure).
38. Approval of an Award of Bid to Allied Protection Services, Inc. for Security Guard Services for the Friendship Trail Bridge (Culture, Education and Leisure).
39. Approval of the First Amendment to the Grant Funding Agreement with East Lake Youth Sports Association, Inc. (Culture, Education and Leisure).
40. Adoption of a Resolution Approving A401853062 as a Qualified Applicant for the Qualified Target Industries Tax Refund Program for Fiscal Years 2005 – 2009 (Economic Development).
41. Approval of the First Amendment to a Recreational License Agreement with Tierra Verde Community Association, Inc. (General Services).
42. Approval of a Lease Agreement with Gerald J. Yegge for Vehicle Storage Space for the Sheriff’s Technical Services Division (General Services).
43. Approval of the Purchase Authorization with Various Vendors for Vehicles 2004 Based on the Florida Sheriffs’ Association, Florida Association of Counties and Florida Fire Chiefs’ Association Contract (General Services).
44. Adoption of a Resolution Approving a Joint Effort with the City of Safety Harbor and the Safety Harbor Museum of Regional History, Inc. Regarding Relocation of the Safety Harbor Museum of Regional History to Philippe Park (General Services).
45. Approval of the Service Agreement with Community Action Stops Abuse, Inc., d/b/a CASA of Pinellas County (Human Services).
46. Approval of Amendment No. 1 to the Florida Medicaid Upper Payment Limit Agreement with Bayfront Medical Center (Human Services).
47. Approval of the Florida Medicaid Upper Payment Limit Agreement with St. Anthony’s Hospital (Human Services).
48. Approval of an Interlocal Agreement with the Sixth Judicial Circuit Court for the Expenditure of Teen Court Trust Funds (Justice and Consumer Services).
49. Adoption of a Resolution Supplementing the FY04 Public Records Modernization Trust Fund Budget from Fund Balance Associated with Prior Year Revenue (Management and Budget).
50. Adoption of a Resolution Supplementing the FY04 General Fund Budget, Municipal Services Taxing Unit, Community Development-Neighborhood Programs from Fund Balance Associated with Prior Year Revenue (Management and Budget).
51. Adoption of a Resolution Supplementing the FY04 General Fund Budget, Municipal Services Taxing Unit from Fund Balance Associated with Prior Year Revenue (Management and Budget).
52. Adoption of a Resolution to Appropriate Unanticipated Byrne Grant and Juvenile Welfare Board Interlocal Agreement Proceeds, Department of Justice and Consumer Services (Management and Budget).
53. Approval of Awards of Proposal for Drug Treatment Services in the Sixth Judicial Circuit Court (Purchasing/Circuit Court).
54. Other Administrative Matters:
a. Approval of the Issuance of Certificate of Public Convenience and Necessity to Comfort Coach Wheelchair Transportation, Inc.
55. Approval of the Authority to Defend the Case of Douglas Harr, et al. v. Pinellas County, Circuit Civil Case No. 04-1199-SC-SPC, Allegations of Water Pipe Damages.
56. Approval of the Authority to Initiate Litigation in the Cases of:
a. Pinellas County v. Mary Ann Lynch for Recovery of Civil Penalties and Costs for Violation of Laws Relating to the Proper Handling of Asbestos Containing Materials.
b. Sheriff v. Jon Kenneth Ahrendt for Recovery of Damages Due to an Accident with a Police Cruiser.
57. Approval of the Authority to Schedule an Administrative Law Hearing Pursuant to Pinellas County Code, Section 70-77(e) in the Public Accommodations Discrimination Case, Augustino v. Kwikie Printing, PC 2002074.
58. Approval of the Authority to File a Complaint for Temporary and Permanent Injunctions in the Case of Pinellas County v. D. L. Restaurant Services, Inc., d/b/a Garden of Eden Exotic Club and Garden of Eden, Circuit Civil Case No. 04-001597-CI-20.
59. Approval of a Revised Contract for Special Counsel Services Provided by Oertel, Fernandez, Cole & Bryant, P.A.
Senior Assistant County Attorney Dennis Long authorized to execute settlement agreement with United States Department of Labor (USDOL) re Welfare to Work Grant Program claim.
EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES AUTHORITY
61. Approval of Appointments to the Emergency Medical Services Advisory Council.
62. Approval of an Appointment to the Emergency Medical Services Control Board.
63. Approval of the Florida Department of Health's State and Local Domestic Preparedness Equipment Program Strategy Agreement.
D. COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR REPORTS
64. Overview of the Lights Under the Stars Event.
Request for Lights Under the Stars to become an annual event approved.
E. COUNTY COMMISSION
65. Approval of an Appointment to the Unified
Appointment of Lounell C. Britt approved.
66. Approval of the Fiscal Year 2004 Public Art Program Plan.
67. Botanical Gardens Work Plan Update.
Chairman Latvala requested that members contact State Senators re upcoming issues on Juvenile Justice and Article V. Commissioner Todd requested staff provide report re proposed impacts.
Commissioner Harris presented a water conservation tip.
Commissioner Todd presented a resolution urging Congress to preserve federal support for beach nourishment projects.
Commissioner Morroni requested a report be presented at the next meeting re proposed change to alcohol ordinance; provided an update re meetings with legislative delegation in Tallahassee; and discussed his first mayoral visit with City of Pinellas Park Mayor Bill Mischler.
Commissioner Seel requested an update re childcare licensing issues which Commissioner Welch provided, and he indicated that additional information would be forthcoming.
Commissioner Stewart presented an update re Job Corps.
Commissioner Welch provided a WorkNet update re internalizing the Administrative Entity and delegation of the Fiscal Agent responsibility; and related that the Information Technology (IT) Board has approved the e-mail initiative.
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.
Frank T. Hurley, St. Petersburg Beach, re Heritage Village.
Peter White, Pinellas Park, re civic group, “People Helping People.”
Charles Grille, Clearwater, re budget plans for promotion and liability.
Kim Ridgeway, Palm Harbor, re Dead man’s Curve/Tampa Road. Chairman requested that staff review and evaluate Tampa Road traffic issue.
Carol Sanders, Palm Harbor, re Tampa Road.
Elaine Abrams, Palm Harbor, re Tampa Road.
Jo-An Totty, Palm Harbor, re Palm Harbor construction.
Jane Hughes, Palm Harbor, re replacement of trees on C.R. 1.
Wendy Read, Palm Harbor, re Palm Harbor road work, C.R. 1.
Jessica Halsell, Palm Harbor, re “Bald Harbor.”
Kathy Lanni, Palm Harbor, re Florida Avenue construction.
Leslie Klein, Palm Harbor, re Palm Harbor, C.R. 1 trees.
Director of Public Works Jan Herbst provided overview of project at Chairman’s request, and discussed policies and procedures for citizen notification re removal of vegetation. Chairman requested staff be present at April Main Street meeting to address re-landscaping concerns.
Michael BonDurant, Clearwater, re Plant City pollution and its effect on Pinellas County.
Mildred Miller, Redington Shores, re code enforcement for docks. Vice-Chairman requested staff assistance.
Peter Glickman, Clearwater, re fluoride brochure.
Don Shea, St. Petersburg, re “America’s Most Livable Community” award.
W. C. Snipes, Clearwater, re U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) electromagnetic field information.
Cathy Corry, Clearwater, re juvenile justice.
Dave Plyer, Clearwater, re pamphlet – “What’s In It For You?”
Charles Pedrick, Largo, re Sons of Confederate Veterans.
D. Metcalf, Palm Harbor, re Palm Harbor palms.
G. SCHEDULED PUBLIC HEARINGS
The 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
69. Petition to Vacate Submitted by Todd M. and Heather E. Bright for a Triangularly-Shaped, 455.64-Square Foot Portion of a Platted Drainage Easement Being 24.2 Feet Wide at the Northeast Line and 75.48 Feet Wide at the Southwest Line of Lot 29, The Trails at Bardmoor North Phase 1, Located in the Southwest Quarter of Section 13, Township 30 South, Range 15 East.
PH 04/13/04 70. Petition to Vacate Submitted by Robert J. Biddle, Sr. and Angela F. Biddle for the Southerly 0.2 Feet of the Northerly 7.5-Foot Wide Platted Drainage and Utility Easement, Less that Certain 10.0-Foot Wide Drainage Easement Lying Easterly of and Contiguous with the West Lot Line, and Less that Certain 10.0-Foot Wide Drainage and Utility Easement Lying Westerly of and Contiguous with the Easterly Lot Line of Lot 8, Block B, Lake St. George Unit 1, Located in the Northeast Quarter of Section 8, Township 28 South, Range 16 East.
2nd PH 04/13/04 71. Proposed Ordinance to Amend Section 138 of
the County Land Development Code to Permit
the Construction of Conventionally-Built Single
Dwellings in Subdivisions within the R-6 Zoning District.
72. Planning and Zoning Applications Heard by the Examiner:
Application of Alexander M. and Sylvia B. Joanou for a Change of Zoning from C-2, General Retail Commercial and Limited Services District to C-3, Commercial, Wholesale, Warehousing and Industrial Support on Approximately 0.25 Acre, 212 Feet South of Anclote Road and 100 Feet West of Bayou Drive (Parcel ID No. 12-27-15-11214-006-0006).
Application of Edgar L. and Eva M. Spencer through Michael Rossen, Tourtelot Brothers, Inc., Representative, for a Change of Zoning from R-3, Single Family Residential to M-1, Light Manufacturing and Industry on Approximately 0.35 Acre on the East Side of Faxton Street, 1,160 Feet South of Ulmerton Road (Parcel ID No. 08-30-16-93366-000-0140).
Application of Gus Digiovanni through Patricia M. Stough, AIA, Patti The Architect, Inc., Representative, for a Change of Zoning from A-E, Agricultural Estate Residential to R-1, Single Family Residential on Approximately 20.09 Acres on the West Side of McMullen Booth Road and the East Side of Landmark Drive, 640 Feet South of Marlo Boulevard (Parcels ID Nos. 33-28-16-00000-320-0200 and 33-28-16-00000-320-0400).
Application of Steve Rutz for a Change of Zoning from R-4, One, Two or Three Family Residential to P-1, General Professional Office and Land Use Change from Residential Urban to Residential/Office General on Approximately 0.2 Acre on the South Side of Beckett Way, 508 Feet West of U. S. Highway 19 North (Parcel ID No. 06-27-16-94122-005-0030).
Application of Brian E. Redgrave for a Conditional Use Change to Expand the Existing Plant Nursery on Approximately 10 Acres on the East Side of George Street North, 521 Feet North of Keystone Road (Parcel ID No. 09-27-16-00000-230-0420).
Application of Grace Presbyterian Church, Inc. through Stuart Cohen, American Housing Corporation, Representative, for a Change of Zoning from P-1, General Professional Office to R-3, Single Family Residential on Approximately 1.08 Acres on the South Side of 110th Avenue North, 1,014 Feet West of U. S. Highway 19 North (East 300 Feet of Parcel ID No. 16-30-16-69732-300-4001).
Application of Doris Mann through Todd Pressman, Representative, for a Change of Zoning from R-3, Single Family Residential to P-1, General Professional Office and Land Use Change from Residential Low to Residential/Office General on Approximately 1.97 Acres at the Northwest Corner of Nebraska Avenue and 21st Street North (Parcel ID No. 01-28-15-88560-075-0002).
Application of Edmund S. Whitson, Jr. for a Change of Zoning from RR, Rural Residential to P-1A, Limited Office and Land Use Change from Residential Low to Residential/Office Limited as Amended 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).
Heard with agenda Item No. 74.Board approved denial as per staff recommendation i. Z/LU-8-10-03.
Application of Leisure Lake Partnership through Ted Freed, Zander
Corporation, Representative, for a Relocation of the Transportation
Utility Corridor as Shown on the Existing Future Land Use Map and
which Runs in an East/West direction through Approximately the Southerly 1/3 of the Site to an Area along the East, North and West 100 Feet of the Site. This Change to the Future Land Use Map will Effectively Change the Designation of the Current Corridor to Residential Suburban and Place a Transportation/Utility Designation over the East, North and West 100 Feet of the Site. The Applicants’ Stated Purpose for This Change in the Land Use Plan Map is for the Purpose of Relocating the Existing Florida Progress Power Line, Including Poles, to the Area along the East, North and West Area of the Site. These Hearings may Also Consider a Developer’s Agreement to Place Certain Restrictions on Approximately 13 Acres Lying East of North Jasmine Avenue along the North Shore of Salt Lake and About 375 Feet South of Mary Lane (Parcel ID No. 08-27-16-89406-000-0210).
SCHEDULED PUBLIC HEARINGS
COUNTYWIDE PLANNING AUTHORITY
Consideration of the Following Proposals to Amend the Adopted Countywide Future Land Use Plan:
73. Case #CW 04-5 – Pinellas County.
Location – 3.6 Acres Located on the East Side of the Intersection of North Jasmine Avenue and Paradise Boulevard; Amendment from Undesignated to Residential Urban.
with agenda Item No. 72i 74. Case #CW 03-80 – Pinellas County.
Location – 9.4 Acres Located on the East Side of North Jasmine Avenue, Approximately 830 Feet South of Sail Harbor Circle; Amendment from Residential Suburban and Transportation/Utility to Residential Suburban and Transportation/Utility.
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.
as amended 75. Dredge and Fill Application DF 1445, St. Paul’s School, 1600 St. Paul’s Drive, Allen’s Creek, Largo.
ADJOURNMENT – 11:50 P.M.