|AGENDA – Regular Public Meeting||Pinellas County|
|Board of County Commissioners (BCC)|
|3:00 P.M.||July 27, 2004|
PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE to the Flag of the United States of America
a. General – Preliminary Plans and General Estimate of Cost Regarding Improvements to 20th Avenue Southeast from Lake Avenue to Starkey Road; Public Hearing Regarding Initial Assessment Roll Scheduled for August 10, 2004.
12. Approval of the Ranking of Firms and Authorization of Staff to Negotiate a Contract with the Number One Ranked Firm for Consultant Services for the Habitat Restorations at (Environmental Management):
15. Approval of a Grant Application for Non-Competing Continuation Funding under the Consolidated Health Center Program, United States Department of Health and Human Services, Health Resources and Services Administration for the Mobile Medical Unit (Human Services).
C. REGULAR AGENDA
None 21. Items for Discussion from Consent Agenda (County Administrator and Clerk of Circuit Court).
22. Approval of the Cooperative Funding Agreement
with Southwest Florida Water
Management District for Drainage Pond Water Quality Improvement.
23. Approval of an Award of Bid to Michael J. Collins for the Sale of Vacant Land (Rebid).
24. Approval of an Intergovernmental Agreement with the City of Largo to Transfer the Roadway of Ponce de Leon Boulevard from Clearwater Largo Road to the Fred E. Marquis Pinellas Trail.
25. Approval of Awards of Bid to Tagarelli Construction, Inc. for Lake Seminole Park Restroom Replacement.
26. Approval of Awards of Bid to Tagarelli Construction, Inc. for Howard Park Restroom Replacement.
27. Approval of the Preliminary Engineering Report for the 46th Avenue North Reconstruction Project between 80th Street North and 62nd Street North.
28. Approval of the Authority to Advertise for a Public Hearing on the Proposed Belleair Beach Causeway Bridge Replacement.
29. Approval of the Authority to Advertise for a Public Hearing Regarding the Adoption of a Proposed Resolution Approving the Preliminary Revised Wholesale Rate for Pinellas County Sewer System.
30. Approval of Amendment No. 1 with Albert E. Roller for Professional Land Management Services at Al-Bar and Cross Bar Ranches.
31. Approval of the Emergency Broadcast Services Agreement with WTSP-TV 10 (CBS) (Communications).
32. Approval of the Termination of Two Existing Specific Performance Agreements with UNO Federation Community Services, Inc. (Community Development).
33. Approval of an Award of Bid to Inspect, Repair, and Certify Cranes for Groups A and B to National Crane Services, Inc. (General Services/Utilities).
34. Approval of Change Order No. 1 with Garber Chevrolet for the Contract for Vehicles 2004 – Florida Sheriffs Association, Florida Association of Counties and Florida Fire Chiefs’ Association (General Services/Utilities).
35. Approval of an Annual Sole Source Contract with Clarke Mosquito Control Products for Mosquito Control Products (Highway).
36. Approval of an Amendment to the IBM Hardware Maintenance Contract (Information Technology).
37. Adoption of a Resolution Supplementing the Fiscal Year 2004 General Fund Budget for the State Criminal Alien Assistance Program Grant for the Sheriff (Management and Budget).
38. Other Administrative Matters.
a. Approval of the Termination of the Professional
Contract with Conrod Communications, LLC (Environmental Management).
8-10-04 b. Bid Protest of American Medical Response RFP No. 034-283-P.
c. Announcement re certification of tentative millage rates.
39. Approval of the Authority for County Attorney to Defend the Cases of:
a. Donald E. Clampitt v. William Cummings, et al – Circuit Civil Case No. 04-1616-CI-011 - Mortgage Foreclosure Involving a Notice of Lien for Sewer, Water or Reclaimed Water Services and a Notice of Lien for Lot Clearing.
b. Khristy S. Ferguson v. State of Florida - Circuit Civil Case No. 04-319-CI-13 – Quiet Title Action Involving Liens for Judgments for Attorney Fees and Costs and Fines and Costs.
c. Midfirst Bank v. Franklin J. Filmon, Sr. and Ruth Filmon, et al - Circuit Civil Case No. 04-5060-CI-11 - Mortgage Foreclosure Involving a Community Development Mortgage.
d. The Provident Bank v. Willie Jackson, et al – Circuit Civil Case No. 04-4870-CI-20 – Mortgage Foreclosure Involving a Judgment for Fine and Costs, a Judgment for Attorney Fee and Costs, and a Judgment/Certificate of Delinquency.
e. The Provident Bank v. Steven R. Tenenbaum, et al – Circuit Civil Case No. 04-4830-CI-15 - Mortgage Foreclosure Involving a Judgment for Fine and Costs and a Judgment for Costs.
f. State Farm Mutual Automobile Insurance Company, etc., et al v. Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles and Pinellas County – County Civil Case No. 04-5133-CO-42 – Allegations of Property Damage.
40. Approval of Addendum No. 1 for Law Enforcement Services for the City of Madeira Beach.
41. Adoption of a Resolution Regarding Placement of the Charter Review Commission Referendum Questions on Ballot.
42. Approval of the Pre-Litigation Settlement of the Matter between Pinellas County and CCM General Contractors Inc. and Progressive Real Estate Inspections, Inc.
None 43. Miscellaneous.
ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY
44. Approval of the Third Amendment to the Lease Agreement with Eckerd Corporation.
E. COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR REPORTS
45. Guidelines regarding Consent Agenda items.
Guidelines to be provided subsequent to meeting for review and discussion at a later date.
F. COUNTY COMMISSION
46. Approval of an Appointments to the Pinellas County Youth Advisory Committee.
47. Approval of an Appointment to the Pinellas County Park Advisory Board.
|Commissioner Harris||Water conservation tip.|
on annual meeting of National Association
Healthy Communities initiative re blood pressure; and Environmental Distance Learning program.
Re USA Patriot Act; and Suncoast League of Cities meeting.
Re transition to Outlook; and Phase I of security assessment.
|Commissioner Stewart||Recognized Kathy Swain re disc golf courses.|
|Chairman Latvala||Re Sister Cities International program, county administrator directed to draft guidelines for participation in program; upcoming support staff vacancy in commission office; Clerk's audit plan; and appointment of David Walker to Educational Facilities Authority, approved.|
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.
Corry, Clearwater, re authority boundaries
David Plyer, Clearwater, re warning labels
Charles White, Clearwater, re Sunshine Law questions
Tammy Cihak, Palm Harbor, re giving thanks
Patricia Kiesydis, re value added
Thomas E. Nocera, M.A., re Florida law and ethics
Jo An Totty, re County Road 1
Peter White, re building bridges with other cities and crime
W. C. Snipes, Clearwater, re Eagle Lake, trail, annex
Ernest Soloman, St. Petersburg, re Patriot Act resolution
Jay Alexander, St. Petersburg, re USA Patriot Act resolution
Dwight Lawton, St. Petersburg, re Patriot Act
Bill Reed, St. Petersburg, re Patriot Act
Ellie Esposito, re poisons
H. SCHEDULED PUBLIC HEARINGS
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
SCHEDULED PUBLIC HEARINGS – BCC
49. Planning and Zoning Applications Heard by the Examiner:
Application of Ronald M. Gibson Living Trust through Francisco Ruiz, Representative, for a Change of Zoning from P-1, General Professional Office to C-2, General Retail Commercial and Limited Services District on Approximately 0.33 Acre on the North Side of 54th Avenue North, 220 Feet East of 58th Street North.
8-24-04 b. Z/LU-2-6-04.
Application of PJW Properties, LLC through Pressman and Associates, Inc., Todd Pressman, Representative, for a Zoning Change from R-2, Single Family Residential to CP-1, Commercial Parkway and Land Use Change from Residential Urban to Residential/Office/Retail on Approximately 0.85 Acre on the South Side of Boy Scout Road, 330 Feet West of U.S. Highway 19 North and 150 Feet East of Pine Street.
Application of James Irwin through Turnpike Technologies, Inc., William Curlott, Representative, for a Zoning Change from M-1, Light Manufacturing and Industry to C-2, General Retail Commercial and Limited Services District and Land Use Change from Commercial Recreation to Commercial General on Approximately 0.913 Acre on the South Side of Gandy Boulevard, 1,544 Feet East of San Fernando Boulevard North.
Application of Maspecht Enterprises, Inc. through Avid Engineering, Inc., Jayson T. Kmiec, P.E., Representative, for a Zoning Change from C-2, General Retail Commercial and Limited Services District and C-3, Commercial, Wholesale, Warehousing and Industrial Support to RM-12.5, Residential Multiple Family-12.5 Units per Acre and Land Use Change from Commercial General to Residential Medium on Approximately 5.18 Acres on the East Side of 66th Street North, 180 Feet North of 126th Avenue North.
8-10-04 e. Variance 01-04.
Application of Tarpon Ridge, Inc. through Grady Pridgen, Representative, for a Variance from the Requirements of County Ordinance No. 04-18 to Allow Construction of Residential Dwelling Units within 2,000 Feet of Pinellas County Solid Waste Disposal Facilities on Approximately 133 Acres Lying West of I-275, East of 28th Street North and Generally South of 102nd Avenue North and North of 96th Avenue North.
50. Proposed Ordinance Relating to Street Lighting.
51. Proposed Resolution to Establish a Uniform Method of Collecting Non-Ad Valorem Special Assessments for Street Lighting.
52. Submission of Consortium’s Fiscal Year 2004-2005 Action Plan for Community Development Block Grant, Emergency Shelter Grant, and HOME Investment Partnership Programs.
53. Petition to Vacate Submitted by Remedios J. Johnson, et al, for a Platted 10.0 Foot Wide Buffer, Road and Public Sidewalk Easement, Lots 1 through 10, Lot 66 and Tract “J,” Forest Ridge Phase One, as Recorded in Plat Book 102, Pages 51 through 55; and a Platted 10.0 Foot Wide Right-of-Way Easement, Lots 122 through 125 and Lots 224 through 229, Forest Ridge Phase Two, All Located in the North Half of Section 1, Township 27 South, Range 15 East.
54. Proposed Ordinance Revising Chapter 58, Article VIII, of the County Code Relating to Litter and Weeds.
55. Proposed Ordinance Revising Chapter 58, Article IX, of the County Code Relating to Lot Clearing.
56. Proposed Ordinance Amending Section 58-272 of the County Code Relating to Inoperative Vehicle Prohibitions and Exemptions.
57. Proposed Ordinance Amending Section 122-37 of the County Code Relating to Prohibited Vehicles and Equipment.
58. Proposed Ordinance Amending Section 58-451 of the County Code Relating to Noise within Residential Zones.
59. Proposed Ordinance Amending Ordinance 03-48
Relating to the Filing of the
Notice of Agricultural Use When Purchasing Fireworks.