PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE to the Flag
of the United States of America
PRESENTATIONS and AWARDS
A. CITIZENS TO BE HEARD
Any Person Wishing to Speak at This Time,
Excluding Non-Public Hearing Items
on the Agenda or Issues Previously Acted
the Board of County Commissioners, Must
Have a Yellow Card Completed and Given
to the Board Secretary at the Staff Table
Located at the Front of the Board Room.
The Chairman Will Call Each Speaker, One
by One, to the Podium to be Heard. Each
Speaker May Speak up to Three (3) Minutes.
B. SCHEDULED PUBLIC HEARINGS
Any Person Wishing to Speak about a Public
Hearing Item Shall Complete a Blue
Card and Submit it to the Board Secretary at
the Staff Table Located at the Front of
the Board Room. 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
1. Any Person Who Has Been Authorized to
Represent an Organization with Five (5) or
More Members or a Group of Five (5) or More
Persons Shall Complete a Blue
it to the Board Secretary at the Staff Table
Located at the Front of the Board Room, and
Should Limit Their Presentation to Ten (10)
Minutes. It is Expected that Others in the
Organization or Group Will Waive Their Time.
2. Any Other Person Who Wishes to Speak
about a Public Hearing Item Shall Complete
a Blue Card, Submit it to the Board Secretary
at the Staff Table Located at the Front of
the Board Room, and May Speak up to Three
(3) Minutes. The Chairman Will Call Each
Speaker, One by One, to the Podium to be
COUNTYWIDE PLANNING AUTHORITY (CPA)
Consideration of the Following Proposals
to Amend the Adopted Countywide Future Land
a. Case CW 05-10 – Pinellas Park.
Location – 1.2 Acres Located on the South
Side of 90th Avenue North, East of 8989
66th Street North; Amendment from Commercial
General to Residential Suburban.
b. Case CW 05-14 – St. Petersburg.
Location – 0.3 Acre Located on the Northeast
Corner of 5th Avenue North and 58th Street
North; Amendment from Residential Medium
to Residential/Office General.
c. Case CW 05-15 – St. Petersburg.
Location – 0.2 Acre Located on the North
Side of 23rd Avenue South between Dr. Martin
Luther King Jr. Street South (9th Street
South) and 10th Street South; Amendment
from Residential Urban to Residential Medium.
d. Case CW 05-18 – Pinellas County.
Location – 0.9 Acre Located on the East Side
of 49th Street North, Approximately 300
Feet North of 40th Avenue; Amendment from
Residential Medium to Commercial General.
e. Case CW 05-19 – Pinellas County.
Location – 0.2 Acre Located on the Northwest
Corner of Seminole Boulevard and Village
Green Avenue; Amendment from Residential
Low to Residential/Office Limited.
prejudice a. Case CW 05-16 – St. Petersburg.
Location – 11.0 Acres Located on the
Southwest Corner of 22nd Avenue North
and 31st Street
North; Amendment from Industrial General
and Industrial Limited to Commercial General.
b. Case CW 05-17 – St. Petersburg.
Location – 1.4 Acres Located on the East
Side of San Fernando Boulevard, Approximately
150 Feet South of Gandy Boulevard; Amendment
from Residential Urban to Commercial General.
6-07-05 c. Case CW 05-20 – Largo (Continued to
Located – 40.4 Acres Located on the
North Side of East Bay Drive between
Lake Avenue and Alternate Keene Road;
from Residential Medium to Residential/Office
d. Case CW 05-21 – Largo.
Located – 9.9 Acres Located on the Northeast
Corner of Seminole Boulevard and 127th
Place North; Amendment from Institutional
to Residential Medium.
6-07-06 e. Case CW 05-22 – Pinellas Park (Continued
to June 7, 2005).
Located – 4.7 Acres Located on the
West Side of Belcher Road between 124th
Avenue North and 118th Avenue North; Amendment
Industrial Limited to Residential Medium.
3. Proposed Amendment to the Countywide
Comprehensive Plan Adoption Ordinance, No.
89-4, Providing for New Plan Title and Format
(Second Public Hearing).
WATER AND NAVIGATION CONTROL AUTHORITY
Pursuant to the Provisions of Chapter 31182,
Laws of Florida (1955), as Amended, it
is the Policy of the Pinellas County Water
and 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 and Navigation Items,
Please be Prepared to Stand and Take the
Oath When Requested to do so by the Clerk.
4. Multi-Use Dock Application M-34320-04/Revised
Submitted by John Geiger, Jay Gee Development
LLC, 10200 Snug Harbor Road, Tampa Bay, St.
5. Dredge and Fill Application DF1600-05
Submitted by Progress Energy Florida, Inc.
(P.L. Bartow Plant), 1601 Weedon Island Drive,
Tampa Bay, St. Petersburg.
6. Private Dock Application P34211-04/Revised
Submitted by Dale Porter, 331 Oceanview Avenue,
Boggy Bayou, Palm Harbor.
C. CONSENT AGENDA
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT
7. Approval of Minutes of Regular Meeting
of April 5, 2005.
a. State of Florida Auditor General Report
No. 2005-166, a Financial Audit of St. Petersburg
College for the Fiscal Year Ended June 30,
b. Southwest Florida Water Management District
Comprehensive Annual Financial Report for
Fiscal Year Ended September 30, 2004 along
with Annual Local Government Financial Report
for Fiscal Year 2003-2004.
c. City of Oldsmar Community Redevelopment
Agency 2004 Annual Report.
d. Pinellas County, Florida, Solid Waste
System Enterprise Fund, Financial Statements
for the Years Ended September 30, 2004 and
2003 with Independent Auditors’ Report Thereon.
e. Pinellas County, Florida, Sewer System
Enterprise Fund, Financial Statements for
the Years Ended September 30, 2004 and 2003
with Independent Auditors’ Report Thereon.
f. City of South Pasadena, Florida, Comprehensive
Annual Financial Report for the Year Ended
September 30, 2004.
9. Other Approvals:
a. General – None.
b. Vouchers and Bills Paid.
10. Miscellaneous Items to be Received
a. City of Clearwater Public Hearing Notices
of Annexation, Land Use Plan and Zoning Atlas
Amendments Regarding Ordinances Nos. 7410-05
through 7412-05; and 7414-05 through 7422-05
to be Held May 5 and June 2, 2005.
b. City of St. Petersburg Ordinances Nos.
696-G and 717-G
Effective March 17, 2005, Annexing Certain
c. City of Largo Notice of Public Hearing
Regarding Ordinances Nos. 2005-25, 2005-26
and 2005-27 Held April 19, 2005.
d. Florida Public Service Commission Notice
of Pre-Hearing and Hearing Regarding Arbitration
of Amendment to Interconnection Agreements
Held April 18, 2005 and to be Held May 4,
2005, Respectively, in Tallahassee.
e. Florida Public Service Commission Notice
of Pre-Hearing and Hearing Regarding Petition
for Approval of Long-Term Fuel Supply and
Transportation Contracts Held April 18 and
29, 2005, Respectively, in Tallahassee.
f. Correspondence Regarding Permanent Closure
of Clearwater Beach Hotel on or about May
g. Two Items Relating to Dock, Pier and
Wharf Construction Contract Bonds.
11. Approval of a Release of Completion
12. Approval of a Plat for Recording.
13. Approval of Change Order No. 1 Final
and Release of Retainage with MasTec North
America, Inc. for 2” Galvanized Water Main
14. Approval of Receipt and File Reports
from January 1, 2005 through March 31, 2005
Regarding (Management and Budget):
a. Administrative Budget Amendments.
b. Law Enforcement Trust Fund.
15. Approval of Fiscal Year 2005 Budget
Amendment No. 12 (Management and Budget).
Item No. 19 16. Approval of Appointments
to the Pinellas Planning Council for Groups
and C (Planning).
17. Approval of an Award of Bid to Smith
Industries Inc., d/b/a Smith Fence Company,
for Fencing, Chain Link and Miscellaneous
Economic Development Authority
18. Approval of a Grant Application with
U.S. Department of Energy for Federal Assistance
to Replace the Young – Rainey STAR Center’s
D. REGULAR AGENDA
19. Items for Discussion from Consent Agenda
(County Administrator and Clerk of Circuit
Item No. 16 - Appointments to Pinellas
Town of North Redington Beach Vice-Mayor
Jerry Knight for Group B
City of South Pasadena Mayor Richard Holmes
for Group C
20. Adoption of a Resolution to Change
the Name of Florida Avenue to Florida Boulevard
within the Crystal Beach Community.
21. Adoption of a Resolution Authorizing
Execution of a Railroad Reimbursement Agreement
with Florida Department of Transportation
for the Installation of Grade Crossing Traffic
Control Devices and Future Maintenance.
22. Approval of the Emergency
Suspension of Performance by G & K
Services and Re–Award of Bid to Cintas
Uniform Rental (Cooperative).
23. Approval of a Joint Project Agreement
with the City of Largo for McKay Creek and
Church Creek Maintenance Hydraulic Dredging.
24. Approval of Change Order No. 1 Final,
Acceptance of Contract as Complete and Release
of Retainage with R.E. Purcell Construction
Co., Inc. for the Dansville Redevelopment
Area – Phase II.
25. Approval of Change
Order No. 2 with Kamminga & Roodvoets,
Inc. for Nebraska Avenue at Riviere Road
26. Approval of Amendment No. 2 to the
Agreement with URS Corporation Southern for
Consultant Services for Park Street/Starkey
Road (County Road 1) from Tyrone Boulevard
to Bryan Dairy Road.
27. Approval of an Award of Bid to Pepper
Contracting Services, Inc. for General Sidewalk
and Americans with Disabilities Act Ramp
28. Approval of an Award of a Base Bid
Plus Options 1, 2, 3 and 4 to Pepper Contracting
Services, Inc. for Palm Harbor Historic District
29. Approval of the Ranking of Firms and
Authorization for Staff to Negotiate a Contract
for Construction Management at Risk Services
for State Road 699 (Gulf Boulevard) from
Park Boulevard to Walsingham Road – Roadway
and Utilities Improvements.
30. Approval of an Award of Bid to Southwest
Contracting, Inc. for the Martin Borrow Pit
31. Approval of an Award of Bid to Southwest
Contracting, Inc. for the Purchase of Martin
Borrow Pit Excess Soils.
32. Approval to Declare Surplus and Convey
Real Property to Alliance for Affordable
Housing, Inc. for Refurbishment and Subsequent
Sale of Residential Units (Community Development).
33. Approval of a Release
and Indemnity Agreement with S & J
Family Limited Partnership (Economic Development).
34. Approval of Change Order No. 2 and
Fiscal Year 2004-2005 Expenditure with Motorola,
Inc. for Radio System Expansion (Emergency
35. Adoption of a Resolution to Appropriate
Earmarked Receipts for a Particular Purpose
in the Fiscal Year 2005 General Fund Budget
for Unanticipated Grant Proceeds for the
Sheriff (Management and Budget).
36. Adoption of a Resolution to Appropriate
Earmarked Receipts for a Particular Purpose
in the Fiscal Year 2005 General Fund for
Unanticipated Grant Proceeds for Environmental
Management (Management and Budget).
Other Administrative Matters.
a. Lease Agreement between Pinellas
County Economic Development Authority
b. Update on Local Option Gas Tax.
38. Approval of Authority for County Attorney
to Defend the Cases of:
a. BankUnited, FSB versus James M. Reed,
et al. - Circuit Civil Case No. 05-2448-CI-13
– Mortgage Foreclosure Involving a Notice
of Lien for Sewer, Water or Reclaimed Water
b. Administrative Hearing of the Department
of Community Affairs versus Pinellas County,
Florida – Case No. 05-1245GM – Challenge
of the Consistency of a Land Use Amendment.
c. Avery Cyr versus Pinellas County Risk
Management - Circuit Civil Case No. 05-2075-CI-21
– Petition for Equitable Distribution of
d. James M. and Mary H. Luckey et al. versus
Pinellas County, Golf Host Resorts, Inc.,
et al. - Circuit Civil Case No. 05-2534-CI-20
– Seeking Declaratory Relief in Regards to
Development Order for Innisbrook, Parcel
39. Approval of Authority to Initiate
Litigation against Ken O’Keefe – Money Owed
in Imminent Destruction Appeal.
Status of litigation re:
E. AUTHORITIES, BOARDS, AND COUNCILS
WATER AND NAVIGATION CONTROL AUTHORITY
41. Appeal of Approval of Application
P35305-05 Submitted by Robert Buck, 210 Palm
Island Drive Southwest, Canal Off Mandalay
F. COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR REPORTS
Compiled Results of Community Meetings
re proposed Code Enforcement Changes.
G. COUNTY COMMISSION
43. Approval of Appointments and/or Re-Appointments
to the WorkNet Pinellas, Inc. Board of Directors.
44. Approval of Appointments and/or Re-Appointments
to the Suncoast Health Advisory Council.
Deputy Director Claretha Harris
the request of the Chairman, Ms. Harris
enumerated the responsibilities of
the Clerk's Finance Division.
re Belleview Biltmore; American Cancer
Society's Celebration of Life Program.
on article re Assistant County Administrator
Jacob F. Stowers; Employee Appreciation
Week; and newspaper article re initiative
to rename some roadways.
on Job Corps.
Strategic Plan for Information Technology
construction on Jones Street; Transit
Governance Committee; Cracker Barrel
Restaurant opening; and water conservation
meeting of Florida Association of Counties'
Emergency Board of Directors meeting
to be held May 16, 2005; and information
re next meeting of St. Petersburg City
||Motion to appoint David Eldridge as the Economic Development Council representative
on the School Board Referendum Oversight Committee - approved; reappointment
of himself and Commissioner Seel to the Suncoast League of Cities Board -
approved; noted that Commissioner Harris' family has been named Family of
the Year by the Family Service Center; commented on activities of American
Legion Post 273.
ADJOURNMENT 3:44 P.M.