|AGENDA – Regular Public Meeting||Pinellas County|
|Board of County Commissioners (BCC)|
|9:32 A.M.||May 11, 2004|
PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE to the Flag of the United States of America
CITIZENS TO BE HEARD
Any Person Wishing to Speak at this Time, Excluding Non-Public Hearing Items on the Agenda or Issues Previously Acted on by 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.
Stan Mioduszewski, St. Petersburg, re code
Cathy Corry, Clearwater, re juvenile injustice
Alexandra Belanger, Clearwater, re fluoridation of drinking water
Dave Plyer, Clearwater, re fluoridation
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.
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 Card, Submit 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 Heard.
Consideration of the Following Proposals to Amend the Adopted Countywide Future Land Use Plan:
a. Case CW 04-20 - City of St. Petersburg.
Location - 0.3 Acre Located on the South Side of 16th Avenue North, Approximately 75 Feet West of 7th Street North; Amendment from Recreation/Open Space to Residential Urban.
b. Case CW 04-22 - City of St. Petersburg.
Location - 0.1 Acre on the West Side of 15th Street North, 160 Feet North of Burlington Avenue North; Amendment from Industrial General to Residential Medium.
c. Case CW 04-23 - City of Clearwater.
Location - 0.7 Acre on the South Side of Lakeview Road between Friend Avenue and Boylan Avenue; Amendment from Residential/Office General to Residential Urban.
d. Case CW 04-24 - City of Clearwater.
Location - 5.9 Acres on the South Side of Montclair Road, Approximately 1,000 Feet West of Belcher Road; Amendment from Residential Urban to Residential Low Medium.
a. Case CW 03-72 – Pinellas County (to be Continued).
Location – 9.6 Acres Located on the Northeast Corner of Roosevelt Boulevard and Bayside Bridge at the Northern Terminus of Turtle Lane; Amendment from Industrial Limited and Water/Drainage Feature Overlay to Commercial General and Water/Drainage Feature Overlay.
b. Case CW 04-17(1-49) – City of St. Petersburg.
Location – 244.6 Acres Located at 49 sites throughout the City of St. Petersburg; Amendment from Residential Medium, Residential Urban, Residential/Office General, Residential/Office/Retail, Commercial General, Industrial General, Recreation/Open Space, and Central Business District to Institutional and Recreation/Open Space.
c. Case CW 04-18 – City of St. Petersburg.
Location – 10.4 Acres Located at the Northeast Corner of 22nd Avenue North and 25th Street North; Amendment from Transportation/Utility to Industrial General.
d. Case CW 04-19 – City of St. Petersburg.
Location – 2.0 Acres Located on the South Side of 1st Avenue South and the North Side of 2nd Avenue South between 1st Street South and 2nd Street South; Amendment from Institutional to Central Business District.
e. Case CW 04-21 – City of St. Petersburg.
Location – 17.8 Acres Located Generally North of 7th Avenue South and South of 5th Avenue South between 22nd Street South and I-275; Amendment from Industrial General to Industrial Limited and Commercial General.
f. Case CW 04-25 – City of Largo.
Location – 1.4 Acres Located Generally East of Indian Rocks Road and West of Georgianna Street, Approximately 100 Feet South of Adrian Avenue; Amendment from Residential Low and Residential/Office General to Institutional.
SCHEDULED PUBLIC HEARINGS – BCC
3. Petition to Vacate Submitted by Nohl Crest Homes Corporation for Two 10 Foot Wide by 86 Foot Long Portions of Platted Conservation Easements on Lots 6 and 7, Eagle Coves at Lake Tarpon, Located in the Northeast Quarter of Section 4, Township 28 South, Range 16 East.
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.
4. Multi-Use Dock Application M33765-03 Submitted by Suncoast Ventures, Red Bird Court, Lots 8, 9 and 10, The Narrows, Seminole.
a. Florida Public Service Commission Consummating Order No. PSC 04-0357-PCO-EI Issued April 5, 2004 Granting Request of Progress Energy Florida, Inc. to Implement Depreciation Rates on a Preliminary Basis.
10. Approval of an Award of Bid to Sterling Financial Management, Inc., d/b/a Cedarwood Landcare, for Landscaping and Related Maintenance for County Road 1 from Curlew Road (State Road 586) to Tampa Road (County Road 752).
D. REGULAR AGENDA
None 20. Items for Discussion from Consent Agenda (County Administrator and Clerk of Circuit Court).
21. Approval of Consent to Assignment and Confirmatory Assignment and Assumption of Ground Lease between FSU Trent, Ltd., a/k/a FSU Trent, Inc., and Crosslantic Partners.
22. Approval of Consent to Assignment and Assignment and Assumption of Ground Lease between Crosslantic Partners, Inc. and Malco Industries, Inc.
23. Approval of Change Order No. 2 (Final) with Apac-Southeast, Inc. for the Contract to Rehabilitate Runway 17L/35R.
24. Approval of the Adoption of a Resolution and a Joint Participant Agreement Providing Grant Funds for the Design, Construction, and Extension of Runway 17L/35R.
25. Approval of Amendment No. 4 to the Agreement of Engineering Services with URS Corporation Southern for the Runway 17L/35R Extension Project.
26. Approval of the Recommendation to Declare Surplus Four Small Parcels of Land in the Dansville Redevelopment Area.
27. Approval of an Award of Bid to Oakhurst Construction Company, Inc. for Construction of a Canine Training Facility for the Sheriff.
28. Approval of Change Order No. 3 (Final) with Angle and Schmid, Inc. for Construction of the General Maintenance Department Facilities and Release of Retainage.
29. Approval of an Award of Bid to Kloote Contracting, Inc. for Oakhurst Station Water Storage Tank Modifications.
30. Approval of the 2004 Neighborhood Enhancement Grant Project Proposals (Community Development).
31. Approval of the Purchase of One Elgin Crosswind J Street Sweeper from Environmental Products of Florida (General Services).
32. Approval of the Third Amendment to the Lease with Apostolu Food Service, Inc. for Ft. DeSoto Park (General Services).
33. Approval of the Third Amendment to the Lease Agreement with Hallmark Development of Florida, Inc. for WorkNet (General Services).
34. Approval of the Third Amendment to the Lease with the State of Florida, Department of Education, Division of Blind Services for Food Concession Services (General Services).
35. Approval of the Summer Food Services Program for Children Agreement from Florida Department of Education, Division of Support Services, Food and Nutrition Management (Human Services).
36. Approval of the Food Vending Services for the 2004 Summer Food Services Program Agreement between Pinellas County and the Pinellas County School Board (Human Services).
37. Approval of an Award for the Final Negotiated Contract to Analytica for Consultant Services for Human Services Project (Human Services).
38. Approval of the Adoption of a Resolution to Temporarily Waive the Requirements of Section 6-47(A) of the County Code for an Old Palm Harbor Main Street Fundraising Event (Planning).
39. Approval of the Final Option of Renewal and Amendment No. 1 to the Contract with Smith Industries, Inc., d/b/a Smith Fence Company for the Annual Requirements of Chain Link Fencing (Cooperative) (Purchasing).
40a Ranking of firms to provide ambulance services with authority to negotiate (EMS and Fire Administration).
40b Resolution adopted directing staff at the St. Petersburg-Clearwater International Airport to continue to aggressively pursue all courses of action resulting in the reduction of noise impacts from airport aircraft operations on Pinellas County residents.
41. Approval of the Authority to Defend:
a. Midfirst Bank v. William M. Conley and Mary Louise Mogan Conley, et al, Circuit Civil Case No. 04-2669-CI-19, Mortgage Foreclosure Involving a Community Development Mortgage.
b. Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems, Inc., et al v. Diane Algarin a/k/a Diane E. Algarin, et al, Circuit Civil Case No. 04-2485-CI-21, Mortgage Foreclosure Involving a Community Development Mortgage.
c. Cathy MacLean, et al v. Pinellas County, Circuit Civil Case No. 04-2483-CI-15, Allegations of Negligence Resulting in Personal Injuries as a Result of a Trip and Fall Incident.
42. Approval of the Authority to Defend the Case of KH Outdoor, L.L.C. v. Pinellas County and Approval of the Outside Counsel Contract.
43. Approval of Amendment No. 1 for Law Enforcement Services for the City of Dunedin.
44. Authority to approve settlement between State of Florida Agency for Workforce Innovation and Pinellas County of disallowed cost claim for WIA and TANF Grant programs.
E. COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR REPORTS
45a Pinellas Trail extension presentation; authorization granted for County Administrator to file a letter with Surface Transportation Board re intent to use two-mile spur in vicinity of 9th Street, St. Petersburg, for the Pinellas Trail.
F. COUNTY COMMISSION
46. Approval of an Appointment to the Pinellas County Youth Advisory Committee.
47. Approval of Appointments to the Building Board for Examining, Adjustments, and Appeals.
Commr. Welch: Re Washington Fly-in; and voting equipment
Commr. Stewart: Re loss of Job Corp site
Commr. Harris: Re “My Neighborhood” web site and water conservation tip
Commr. Todd: Re Homelessness issues; NACo Homeland Task Force; Citizen Corp; appointment to EPA Committee; and Seminar to be held June 1 at SPC Seminole Campus with regard to leadership and technology
Commr. Morroni: Re County sign ordinance; communication with unincorporated citizens; and new community healthcare center opening in Pinellas Park
Chairman Latvala: Re school crossing guards on Ulmerton Road and 119th Street; and presentation by Gene Pressoir, Personnel Department