PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE
to the Flag of the United States of America
Presentation by Gary Vickers
re hurricane preparedness.
OF THE CIRCUIT COURT
1. Approval of Minutes of Regular Meeting
of September 6, 2005.
2. Reports – None.
3. Other Approvals:
a. General – None.
b. Vouchers and Bills Paid.
4. Miscellaneous Items to be Received for
Affidavits of Publication of Legal Notice
Published in the Pinellas News and the Gulf
Coast Business Review Regarding Notice of
Forfeiture of Unclaimed Money Pursuant to
Section 116.21, Florida Statutes.
City of Clearwater Revised Public Hearing
Notice of Annexation, Land Use Plan and
Zoning Atlas Amendments Regarding Ordinances
Nos. 7486-05 through 7488-05 and a Notice
Regarding Ordinances Nos. 7519-05 and 7520-05;
Public Hearings to be Held October 20 and
November 3, 2005, Respectively.
City of Oldsmar Notices of Annexation Regarding
Ordinances Nos. 2005-09 and 2005-10 Voluntarily
Annexing Certain Property; Public Hearing
Held September 21, 2005.
City of Seminole Ordinances Nos. 20-2005
and 25-2005 Adopted September 13, 2005 Annexing
e. St. Petersburg Area Chamber of Commerce
Position Paper Supporting St. Pete Beach
Community Redevelopment Plan, Adopted August
East Lake Tarpon Special Fire Control District
Resolution No. 2005-01 Opposing Any Modification
to Florida Law That Would Weaken Local Fire
Protection Governance or Change the Current
Fire-Based Paramedic First Response Adopted
August 31, 2005.
Tampa Bay Water Regular Board Meeting Calendar
for the Year 2006.
Pinellas Park Water Management District
Minutes of Public Hearing 2005/2006 - Millage
Rate/Budget Dated September 8, 2005, Minutes
of Regular Authority Meeting No. 11 Dated
August 18, 2005, and Financial Statement
Dated August 2005.
5. Approval of a Plat for Recording.
6. Approval of the Ranking of Firms and Authorization
for Staff to Negotiate with the Number One
Ranked Firm for Construction Management Software.
7. Approval of Amendment No. 1 to the Cooperative
Funding Agreement with Southwest Florida Water
Management District for Drainage Pond Water
8. Approval of the Receipt and File Report
of Items Delegated to the County Administrator
for Approval (County Administrator).
9. Approval of a Grant Adjustment Notice for
a Time-Only Extension with the U.S. Department
of Justice, Office of Justice Programs (Human
10. Approval of Notices of Grant Award from
the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services,
Health Resources and Services Administration
to Authorize Carryover of Unobligated Funds
and a Base Funding Adjustment (Human Services).
See Item No. 15 11. Approval
of a Grant Award with the Department of Justice,
Office of Community Oriented Policing Services
for a Law Enforcement Countywide Records Management
System (Justice and Consumer Services).
12. Approval of Fiscal Year 2005 Budget Amendment
No. 32 (Management and Budget).
13. Approval of the Receipt and File Reports
from July 1, 2005, through September 30, 2005,
of (Management and Budget):
a. Administrative Budget Amendments.
b. Law Enforcement Trust Fund.
14. Approval to Declare Surplus and Authorize
the Sale of Miscellaneous County-Owned (Purchasing):
Equipment and Vehicles.
Equipment as Scrap Material and Removal
of Stolen and Lost Items from County Fixed
B. REGULAR AGENDA
Items for Discussion from Consent Agenda (County
Administrator and Clerk of Circuit Court).
Mr. Spratt noted a
scrivener’s error on Item No. 11.
16. Adoption of
a Resolution to Revise Daily Golf Fees at
Airco Golf Course.
17. Approval of
Amendment No. 5 to the Consultant Services
Agreement with URS Corporation Southern for
Runway 17L/35R Extension Project.
18. Approval of
Change Order No. 2 to the Agreement with Bayshore
Construction, Inc. for Boardwalk Construction
at Various Locations.
19. Approval of
the Contract for Sale and Purchase of Real
Property at 2169 Keystone Road, Tarpon Springs,
for Keystone Road Capital Improvement Project
from U.S. 19 to East Lake Road (Keystone Road).
20. Approval of
the Contract for Sale and Purchase of Vacant
Real Property in Tarpon Springs for Keystone
21. Approval of
Amendment No. 1 to the Consultant Services
Agreement with Owen Ayres & Associates,
Inc., d/b/a Ayers & Associates, Inc.,
for Keystone Road.
22. Adoption of
a Resolution Changing the Name of Greenwood
Avenue to Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Avenue
in the Unincorporated Area.
23. Approval of
an Award of Bid to Mears/HDD, LLC for Indian
Rocks Beach Force Main Replacement.
24. Approval of
Amendment No. 2 to the Consulting Services
Agreement with Metzger & Willard, Inc.
for Design of Replacement/Relocation for Pump
Station 071 (Indian Shores Master Station).
25. Approval of
Authorization for County Attorney to Foreclose
on a Deferred Payment Mortgage Securing an
Interest in Real Property Owned by the Estate
of Pearline Poinsette (Community Development).
26. Approval of
Three International Marketing Representative
Agreements for Fiscal Year 2006 (Convention
& Visitors Bureau).
27. Adoption of
a Resolution to Approve Project A5091631303
as a Qualified Applicant and Identify Sources
of Local County Funding for This Project in
the Qualified Target Industry Refund Program
for Fiscal Year(s) 2006-2012 (Economic Development).
28. Adoption of
a Resolution to Approve the Beach Erosion
Control Projects and Long-Range Budget Plan
for Fiscal Year 2006-2007 Florida Beach Management
Program with Florida Department of Environmental
Protection, Bureau of Beaches and Coastal
Systems (Environmental Management).
29. Approval of
a Contract with the Sheriff for Law Enforcement
Services in Environmentally Sensitive Lands,
Preserves, and Waterways (Environmental Management).
30. Adoption of
a Resolution to Temporarily Waive the Requirements
of Ordinance No. 00-42 for an Exhibit at the
Weedon Island Preserve Cultural and Natural
History Center (Weedon Island) (Environmental
31. Adoption of
a Resolution to Set User Fees for Programs
and Services at the Brooker Creek Preserve
Environmental Education Center and Weedon
Island (Environmental Management).
32. Approval of
an Award of Bid for Oil and Lubricants (Cooperative)
to Various Vendors for Certain Products (General
33. Approval of
the First Amendment to the Lease Agreement
with Norrie 14605 49th Street, LLC for the
Sheriff (General Services).
34. Approval of
the Third Amendment to the Lease Agreement
with Naidip ABC, LLC for the Supervisor of
Elections Service Center (General Services)
at Spectrum Technology Park.
35. Approval of
the Contract with the State of Florida, Department
of Health for Operation of the Pinellas County
Health Department (Human Services).
36. Adoption of
a Resolution to Appropriate Earmarked Receipts
for a Particular Purpose in the Fiscal Year
2006 General Budget for Additional Grant Revenues
for the Sheriff (Management and Budget).
37. Other Administrative
Approval of an Award
of Bid to Ferguson Waterworks for HDPE Pipe
for Town of Belleair Wastewater System Acquisition
Project Force Mains and Reclaimed Water Main
(Contract No. 056-0034-B).
38. Authority for
the County Attorney to Defend the Cases of:
U.S. Bank v. Mirjana Vujicic, et al - Circuit
Civil Case No. 05-6345-CI-19 - Mortgage
Foreclosure Involving a Community Development
b. Brian K. Allen v. Deputy Simpson, Deputy
Lester, Sergeant Feliciano, Captain Steven
Allen, Internal Affairs - Circuit Civil
Case No. 05-3503-CI-20 – Allegations of
39. Approval for
the County Attorney to Initiate Legal Action
Palm Harbor Special Fire Control and Rescue
District for Breach of Contract.
Tampa Bay Drag Racing to Recover Unpaid
Bills for Sunstar Services Rendered at its
40. Adoption of
a Resolution to Authorize Reimbursement for
Certain Business Expenditures to Airport Personnel
Pursuant to Sections 159.47 and 331.20, Florida
41. Approval of
a Contract for Legal Services with Foley &
Lardner, LLP for Federal Health Care Reimbursement
and Regulatory Issues.
42. Approval of
a Revised Exhibit “A” to Contract for Legal
Services with Carlton Fields, P.A.
An update re Rick Dodge
litigation is available in the Chairman’s
Update regarding mobile home park rezoning
Welcomed Suzanne Painter, paralegal intern
from St. Petersburg College.
C. AUTHORITIES, BOARDS, AND COUNCILS
COUNTYWIDE PLANNING AUTHORITY
Approval of Acceptance of Pinellas by Design
as a Conceptual Framework.
INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY BOARD
45. Approval of
the Contract for Computer Equipment Leasing
with Dell Marketing L.P.
D. COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR REPORTS
Community Housing Strategy Update.
a Community Housing Program and a Community
Housing Trust Fund adopted; resolution establishing
the Pinellas County Mobile Home Transition
b. Boating Access
Task Force Final Report and Recommendations.
E. COUNTY COMMISSION
47. Annual Performance
Review of the County Administrator.
48. Annual Performance
Review of the County Attorney.
a. Approval of an Appointment to the Pinellas
Public Library Cooperative Board of Directors.
b. Approval of a Re-Appointment to the Pinellas
County Youth Advisory Committee.
c. Approval of Appointments and Re-Appointments
to the Pinellas County Economic Development
d. Approval of a Re-Appointment to the Educational
re Convention and Visitors Bureau audit
and advertising consultant, FKQ.
conservation tip re use of fish tank water
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 BCC, 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 Chair Will Call
Each Speaker, One by One, to the Podium to
be Heard. Each Speaker May Speak up to Three
Clearwater, re tree code.
Peter White, Largo, re hurricane preparation.
Charles W. Pedrick, Largo, re supporting the
troops. Mr. Spratt to contact Director of
Royce Carter re suggestion for signs on County
G. 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 BCC in Conducting
Public Hearings is to Have a Staff Presentation
Followed by the Applicant Presenting the Specific
Proposal. The BCC 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 BCC 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.
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
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 Chair Will Call Each Speaker,
One by One, to the Podium to be Heard.
PUBLIC HEARINGS – BCC
50. Proposed Ordinance
to Amend Sections 134-259, 134-260, and 134-261
of Land Development Code Regarding the Annual
Concurrency Test Statement.
Proposed Resolution to Adopt the Evaluation
and Appraisal Report of the Pinellas County
Comprehensive Plan (First Public Hearing).
52. Planning and Zoning Applications Heard
by the Examiner:
Application of Galencare, Inc., d/b/a Northside
Hospital & Tampa Bay Heart Institute,
through Chasity Scoggins, PBS&J, Representative,
for a Zoning Change from P-1, General Professional
Office to PSP, Public/Semi-Public and Change
of Land Use from Residential/Office General
to Institutional on Approximately 4 Acres
Located 600 Feet West of 49th Street North
and About 500 Feet South of 62nd Avenue
Application of Joann M. Oakley through Theresa
Nagemian, Touching Palm Massage Institute,
Representative, for a Zoning Change from
R-3, Single Family Residential to P-1A,
Limited Office and Land Use Change from
Residential Urban to Residential/Office
Limited on Approximately .217 Acre at the
Southeast Corner of Nebraska Avenue and
County Road 1.
without prejudice c.
Z-6-9-05. Application of Cathedral Caravan,
Inc. through Verne Packer, CCI Property
Development, LLC, Representative, for a
Zoning Change from R-3, Single Family Residential
to RM-7.5, Residential Medium-7.5 Units
per Acre on Approximately 3.959 Acres Located
Just East of the Intersection of La Plaza
Avenue South and Date Palm Avenue South.
Application of Joy E. Ross and Jill E. Long
through Roger A. Larson, Esquire, Johnson,
Pope, Bokor, Ruppel & Burns, LLP, Representative,
for a Zoning Change from RR, Rural Residential
to R-1, Single Family Residential on Approximately
9.5 Acres Located on the South Side of 72nd
Terrace North, Approximately 450 Feet West
of the Intersection of 72nd Terrace North
and 131st Street North.
Application of Indian Bluff Realty Co, Inc.
through Steve Gades, Representative, for
a Zoning Change from C-2, General Retail
Commercial and Limited Services District
to P-1, General Professional Office on Approximately
.42 Acre Located on the West Side of De
Soto Boulevard South of Oceanview Avenue
and North of Palm Avenue.
Application of KAP Development, Inc. through
Jan Ambrozy, Representative, for a Zoning
Change from R-3, Single Family Residential
to RM-7.5, Residential Medium-7.5 Units
per Acre on Approximately .699 Acre on the
North Side of Gulfport Boulevard South Directly
North of the Intersection of Robin Road
South and Gulfport Boulevard South, 326
Feet East of Oleander Way.
Application of Roy E. Shaffer, Jr. through
Timothy A. Johnson, Jr., Esquire, Johnson,
Pope, Bokor, Ruppel & Burns, LLP, Representative,
for a Zoning Change from A-E, Agricultural
Estate Residential to RPD-0.5, Residential
Planned Development-0.5 Units per Acre and
Development Agreement on Approximately 24.48
Acres at the Northeast Corner of the Intersection
of East Lake Drive and East Lake Trail.
53. Request for
Designation of Crystal Beach and Ozona Areas
as Golf Cart Communities.
P.M. - ADJOURNMENT