Pinellas County Government

 Pinellas County BCC Meeting Results

Meeting Date April 18, 2006 * 3:01 p.m.
Item #16 Revisied April 20, 2006.






Temporarily Deferred

temporarily deferred

Public Hearing

public hearing

 Withdrawn withdrawn


PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE to the Flag of the United States of America




approved 1. Approval of Minutes of Regular Meeting of March 14, 2006

approved 2. Reports:

a. State of Florida Auditor General Report No. 2006-136, Financial and Federal Single Audit of the Pinellas County District School Board for the Fiscal Year (FY) Ended June 30, 2005

b. Pinellas County, Florida Supervisor of Elections Financial Statements, September 30, 2005 (with Independent Auditors’ Report Thereon)

c. Pinellas County, Florida Clerk of the Circuit Court Financial Statements, September 30, 2005 (with Independent Auditors’ Report Thereon)

d. Pinellas Park Water Management District Public Facilities Report Dated February 2006

e. City of Oldsmar Community Redevelopment Agency 2004-05 Annual Report

f. Foreign Trade Zone 193 Annual Report for the Period October 1, 2004 - September 30, 2005

approved 3. Other Approvals:

a. General – None

b. Vouchers and Bills Paid

approved 4. Miscellaneous Items to be Received for Filing:

a. Correspondence from the City of Pinellas Park Regarding Two Ordinances Voluntarily Annexing Certain Property; Public Hearing Held April 13, 2006

b. City of Tarpon Springs Resolution No. 2006-10 Adopted February 21, 2006, Opposing the Transfer of Manatee County from Membership in the Tampa Bay Regional Planning Council

c. Town of Kenneth City Resolution 06-04 Adopted March 8, 2006, Urging Members of the Florida Legislature to Support House Bill 949 and Senate Bill 1608

d. Pinellas Park Water Management District Minutes of Regular Authority Meeting No. 5 Dated February 16, 2006, and Financial Statement for the Month of February 2006


Public Works

approved 5. Approval of Receipt and File Report for Consultant Competitive Negotiation Act Items Delegated to the County Administrator for Approval for the Quarter Ending March 31, 2006


See No. 10 6. Approval of an Award of Bid to County Recycling, Inc. for Lealman Item Residential Waste Collection and Disposal Services

Other Departments

approved 7. Approval of the Receipt and File Report of Items Delegated to the County Administrator for Approval (County Administrator)

approved 8. Approval of an Award of Bid to Hill York Service Corporation for Installation of Chillers at the Annex Building (General Services)

approved 9. Approval of FY 2006 Budget Amendment Nos. 17 and 18 (Management and Budget)
Office of Management and Budget Director Jerry Herron provided input in response to query by Commissioner Seel.




10. Items for Discussion from Consent Agenda (County Administrator and Clerk of Circuit Court)
approved Item No. 6 – Moved from Consent Agenda at Mr. Spratt’s request. Warren Smith, Director of Solid Waste Operations, provided information regarding the Lealman solid waste collection contract.



approved 11. Approval of Supplemental Agreement No. 17 to Lease with Federal Aviation Administration for an Automated Flight Service Station

Public Works

approved 12. Approval of Installation of One Speed Hump on 69th Avenue North between 116th Street North and 114th Street North

approved 13. Approval of Amendment No. 1 to Agreements with Various Firms for Ongoing General Engineering Consultant Services

approved 14. Approval of Change Order No. 2 with Pepper Contracting Services, Inc. for Palm Harbor Historic District Road Improvement Project

approved 15. Approval of the Contract for Sale and Purchase of Vacant Real Property at 10755 Starkey Road for the Park Street/Starkey Road Project from Tyrone Boulevard to Bryan Dairy Road


public hearing 5/16/06, 6/06/06 16. Approval of Authority to Advertise Public Hearings on a Proposed Ordinance Relating to Solid Waste Management and Disposal Facilities

approved 17. Approval of an Agreement for Professional Engineering Consulting Services with Metzger & Willard, Inc. for North County Phases 4A and 4B Reclaimed Water Distribution System

approved 18. Approval of a Non-Competitive Purchase with Mole Head Construction and Boring, Inc. for Belleair Pipeline Construction Services

Other Departments

approved 19. Adoption of a Resolution Approving the State Housing Initiatives Partnership Local Housing Assistance Plan for State FYs 2006-07, 2007-08, and 2008-09 for Submittal to the Florida Housing Finance Corporation (Community Development)

approved 20. Approval of Addendum No. 1 to the Grant Contract with Florida Communities Trust for Wall Springs Coastal Addition III (Culture, Education, and Leisure)

approved 21. Approval of an Award of Bid to Various Vendors for Medium and Heavy Duty Vehicles (General Services)

approved 22. Approval of a Revised Letter of Agreement with the State of Florida, Agency for Health Care Administration for the Upper Payment Limit Program (Human Services)

approved 23. Adoption of a Resolution Appropriating Earmarked Receipts for a Particular Purpose in the FY 2006 Fleet Management Fund Budget to Reappropriate Unexpended Funds (Management and Budget)

24. Other Administrative Matters – None.


approved 25. Approval of Authority for County Attorney to Defend the Cases of:

a. Gregory W. Puckett v. Sheriff Jim Coats, et al – Circuit Civil Case No. 06-001479-CI-11 – Allegations of Personal Injuries

b. Ronn Ginn v. Pinellas NBL Parents Council, Inc., Case No. 06-0697-SC and Patricia Montecki v. Pinellas NBL Parents Council, Inc., Case No. 06-0698-SC – Intervene to Contest Lien of County Property

approved 26. Adoption of a Proposed Resolution Relating to Contractual Indemnification by the County

27. Miscellaneous
approved Adoption of a proposed resolution reflecting the terms to resolve the conflict between the Town of Redington Beach and Pinellas County.





approved 28. Approval of an Agreement Terminating a Lease with Optivon, Inc. at the Young – Rainey STAR Center



29. Director of Utilities Pick Talley gave an update on reclaimed water use.



30. Miscellaneous

Commissioner Morroni expressed sympathy at the loss of community leader Willa Carson; indicated that he will be unable to attend this evening’s public hearings.
Commissioner Seel commented on the work and legacy of Willa Carson and the closure of Tampa Bay Beaches visitor centers, and Mr. Spratt and CVB Executive Director Carole Ketterhagen provided input; matter to be discussed at May 17 TDC Budget Committee meeting; attended United Way Volunteer of the Year awards luncheon today and recognized County volunteers; related that the County had received two awards at the Tampa Bay Regional Planning Council luncheon, including an award for the Pinellas by Design plan.
Commissioner Harris reported an increase in PSTA passengers and encouraged use of public transportation; announced Pinellas County Employee night at the Clearwater Threshers versus Dunedin Blue Jays ball game on May 27.
approved Chairman Duncan presented proposed resolution on behalf of Chairman Welch regarding the proposed oil development leasing in Florida waters, and Assistant County Administrator Jake Stowers provided input; recognized Mr. Stowers‘ upcoming retirement and thanked him for his service.


6:33 P.M.


The following individuals spoke regarding Great Explorations, The Children’s Museum, St. Petersburg: Executive Director David Penn, Jack Penn, Audrey Penn, Devin Spaulding, Wyatt Knox, and Eric Mulligan, St. Petersburg; Kyle Thompson, Seminole; and Haris Beha, Clearwater.


31. Planning and Zoning Applications Heard by the Examiner (Quasi-Judicial Hearings are Noted with a “Q” Prefix):

approved a. Q Z/LU-1-2-06
Application of Phillip W. and Lenora E. Cunnagin through Ernest Cline, Representative, for a Zone Change from R-3, Single Family Residential to C-1, Neighborhood Commercial and a Land Use Change from Residential Low to Residential/Office/Retail on Approximately 0.28 Acre Located on the North Side of Delaware Avenue, 240 Feet East of U.S. Highway Alternate 19 (1023 Delaware Avenue)

temporarily deferred 5/16/06 b. Q Z/LU-2-2-06
Application of William J. Norwood, Jr. for a Zone Change from R-4, One, Two and Three Family Residential to P-1, General Professional Office and a Land Use Change from Residential Low Medium to Residential/Office General on Approximately 0.16 Acre Located at the Southeasterly Corner of Roosevelt Boulevard and Westminister Avenue

approved c. Q Z-3-2-06
Application of MDK Properties, LLC through Charles M.B. Ross, Representative, for a Zone Change from A-E, Agricultural Estate Residential to R-3, Single Family Residential on Approximately 2.42 Acres Located at the Southeast Corner of 71st Avenue North and 75th Street North

temporarily deferred d. Q Z-4-2-06
Application of Elias Morris through Genesis Group, in Care of Jerry Rodriguez, Representative, for a Zone Change from R-2, Single Family Residential to RPD-7.5, Residential Planned Development-7.5 Units per Acre on Approximately 1.69 Acres Located on the Southwest Corner of Live Oak Street and Curlew Avenue (3090 Live Oak Street)


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