Pinellas County Government

 Pinellas County BCC Meeting Results


Meeting Date November 15, 2005 * 3:05 p.m.

RESULTS KEY

Approved

approved

Denied

denied

Temporarily Deferred

temporarily deferred

Public Hearing

public hearing

 Withdrawn withdrawn

INVOCATION
PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE
to the Flag of the United States of America
PRESENTATIONS and AWARDS

approved A. CONSENT AGENDA

CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT

1. Approval of Minutes of:

a. Regular Meetings of October 4 and October 18, 2005.

b. Special Emergency Meeting of October 21, 2005.

2. Reports:

a. State of Florida Constitutional Officer Financial Report for 2004-2005 – Pinellas County Clerk of the Circuit Court.

b. State of Florida Constitutional Officer Financial Report for 2004-2005 – Pinellas County Sheriff’s Office.

c. State of Florida Constitutional Officer Financial Report for 2004-2005 – Pinellas County Supervisor of Elections.

d. State of Florida Constitutional Officer Financial Report for 2004-2005 – Pinellas County Tax Collector.

e. State of Florida Constitutional Officer Financial Report for 2004-2005 – Pinellas County Property Appraiser.

f. Pinellas County Sheriff’s Office Florida Contraband Forfeiture Semiannual Report for the Period April 1, 2005 – September 30, 2005.

g. Pinellas County Sheriff’s Office Final Budget for Fiscal Year 2005-2006.

h. Internal Audit Division, Clerk of the Circuit Court, Report No.
2005-12 Dated October 13, 2005 - Audit of St. Petersburg/Clearwater Area Convention & Visitors Bureau Tourist Development Council, Together with the Audit Watch.

i. Southwest Florida Water Management District (SWFWMD) Budget in Brief, Fiscal Year 2006 Annual Service Budget, October 1, 2005 through September 30, 2006.

j. SWFWMD Five-Year Water Resource Development Work Program (Draft) Dated October 25, 2005.

k. Juvenile Welfare Board of Pinellas County Interim Financial Reports (Unaudited) Dated September 30, 2005.

l. Clearwater Cay Community Development District Proposed FY 2005-06 Operations Budget and Resolution No. 2005-09 Adopted September 28, 2005.

m. Quarterly Report of Routine Dock Permits Issued from July 1, 2005 through September 30, 2005.

n. Dock Fee Report for Month of September 2005.

3. Other Approvals:

a. General – None.

b. Vouchers and Bills Paid.

4. Miscellaneous Items to be Received for Filing:

a. City of Clearwater Public Hearing Notice of Annexation, Land Use Plan and Zoning Atlas Amendments Regarding Ordinances Nos. 7459-05 and 7460-05, and 7546-06 through 7563-06, Held November 3, 2005 and to be Held January 19, 2006, Respectively.

b. City of Largo Ordinances Nos. 2005-42 and 2005-64 Adopted October 4, 2005, Annexing Certain Property.

c. City of Oldsmar Ordinances Nos. 2005-09, 2005-10 and 2005-12 through 2005-14 Adopted October 18, 2005 Voluntarily Annexing Certain Property, and Notices of Public Hearing Regarding Same.

d. Correspondence from City of Pinellas Park Regarding Three
Ordinances Voluntarily Annexing Certain Property; Public Hearing Held November 10, 2005.

e. Town of North Redington Beach Resolution No. 2005-110 Adopted October 13, 2005 in Support of Moving Forward with the Project to Beautify Gulf Boulevard and Appointing Mayor Bill Queen as the Town's Representative to the Big-C Committee.

f. City of Belleair Beach, Town of Belleair Shore, Town of Indian Shores and the City of Indian Rocks Beach Resolution No. 2005-19 Adopted September 12, 2005, Opposing any Change to the Pinellas Suncoast Fire & Rescue District Charter Regarding Funding of Fire Rescue Services.

g. City of South Pasadena Resolution No. 2005-19 Opposing Modification of Current Method of Providing Fire Protection within Pinellas County Adopted October 11, 2005.

h. Pinellas Park Water Management District Truth in Millage (TRIM) Package for Fiscal Year 2005-2006 and Minutes of Second Public TRIM Hearing 2005/2006 Millage Rate/Budget Dated September 15, 2005 and Regular Authority Meeting No. 12 Dated September 15, 2005, and Financial Statement Dated September 2005.

i. Correspondence from Pinellas County Sheriff Jim Coats Regarding the Return of $6,216,746 in Excess Revenue Over Expenditures for FY 2004-2005; and Requesting an Amendment to the FY 2005-2006 Budget in the Amount of $570,407.

COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR

Other Departments

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

6. Approval of a Grant Award from Florida Communities Trust for a Florida Forever Grant for Wall Springs Coastal Addition III (Culture, Education, and Leisure).

7. Approval of Fiscal Year 2005 Budget Amendments Nos. 34, 35, and 36 (Management and Budget).

B. REGULAR AGENDA

None 8. Items for Discussion from Consent Agenda (County Administrator and Clerk of Circuit Court).

COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR

Airport

approved 9. Approval of an Interlocal Agreement with the Sheriff for Law Enforcement Services.

approved 10. Approval of Amendment No. 1 to the Consultant Engineering Services Agreement with Kimley-Horn and Associates, Inc. for the Security Enhancement Project.

approved 11. Approval of Second Amendment to the Lease Agreement with USF/PARKWAY FOOD SERVICE, LLC, d/b/a U.S. Foodservice, Inc.

Public Works

approved 12. Approval of Installation of Three Speed Humps and Two Multi-Way Stop Conditions in the Ridgecrest Acres Subdivision.

approved 13. Approval of Installation of Three Speed Humps and One Three-Way Stop Condition on Winding Willow Drive between Harbor Lake Circle and Tampa Road, and One Speed Hump on Harbor Pointe Place in the Harbor Lakes Subdivision.

approved 14. Approval of Installation of Eight Speed Humps and One Three-Way Stop Condition in the Fairview Estates Subdivision.

approved 15. Adoption of a Resolution Dedicating a Certain Portion of County- Owned Property Public Right-of-Way for Nebraska Avenue Capital Improvement Project.

approved 16. Approval of an Award of Bid to William L. Kochenour, II for Sale of Real Property Located at 2103 Nebraska Avenue.

Utilities

approved 17. Approval of an Award of Bid to Premier Chemicals, LLC, for Magnesium Hydroxide Suspension.

approved public hearing 12/06/05 18. Approval of Authority to Advertise a Public Hearing on a Proposed Ordinance Creating the Lealman Solid Waste Collection and Disposal District as a Municipal Services Benefit Unit.

Other Departments

approved 19. Approval of Amendment No. 1 to the Contract with Sunbelt Construction Services, Inc. for Boardwalk Handrails at Brooker Creek Educational Center (Environmental Management).

approved 20. Approval of Amendment No. 1 to the Memorandum of Understanding with Bob Dillinger, Public Defender for the Sixth Judicial Circuit for a Time-Only Extension for Administration of Jail Diversion Program (Justice and Consumer Services).

approved 21. Approval of Amendment No. 1 to the Agreement for Misdemeanant Offender Supervision Services with The Salvation Army (Justice and Consumer Services).

approved 22. Approval of an Agreement with the Town of Kenneth City and the Sheriff for Crime Scene Services and Evidence and Property Storage (Justice and Consumer Services).

approved 23. Approval of Contracts for Law Enforcement Services with the Sheriff and the Housing Authority at Magnolia Gardens Assisted Living Facility, Rainbow Village, French Villas, and Lakeside Terrace (Justice and Consumer Services).

approved 24. Approval of a Contract for Law Enforcement Services with the Sheriff for the City of Madeira Beach (Justice and Consumer Services).

approved 25. Approval of the Placement of Deputy Sheriff Blanket Bonds (Risk Management).

26. Other Administrative Matters.
Item No. 26a re potential acquisition of Tierra Verde Marina heard after Item No. 40q


COUNTY ATTORNEY

approved 27. Approval of Authority for County Attorney to Defend the Cases of:

a. Rainbow Florida Land Trust, et al v. Robert Zachery, Sr., et al - Circuit Civil Case No. 05-7062-CI-13 – Quiet Title Action Involving a Community Development Mortgage.

b. Egil S. Olsen v. Pinellas County - Circuit Civil Case No. 05-6628-
CI-7 – Allegations of Negligence Resulting in Personal Injuries.

c. Judy A. Yates v. BCC, U.S. District Case No. 8:05CV1948-T30-TGW – Allegations of Age Discrimination in Employment Act and Florida Civil Rights Act.

approved 28. Approval of Authority for County Attorney to Initiate Litigation against Lisa Arlene Dorreman – Injunctive Relief for Code Enforcement Violations.

approved public hearing 12/06/05 29. Approval of Authority to Advertise a Public Hearing for a Proposed Amendment to the County’s Human Rights Ordinance, Codified at Chapter 70, Pinellas County Code.

approved 30. Approval of an Amended Contract for Legal Services with Fowler, White, Boggs, Banker, P.A. Retroactively to April 5, 2005, in the Matter of Estate of Larry D. Germonprez, Deceased v. Sheriff James Coats, U.S. District Case No. 8:05-cv-735-T-23TBM.

None 31. Miscellaneous.

C. AUTHORITIES, BOARDS, AND COUNCILS

PINELLAS COUNTY ARTS COUNCIL

approved 32. Adoption of a Resolution Approving the Fiscal Year 2006 Public Art and Design Plan and Program Allocation.

UNIFIED PERSONNEL SYSTEM

approved 33. Approval of an Award of Proposal to United HealthCare Insurance Company for Stop Loss Insurance for Employees Group Health Plan.



D. COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR REPORTS

34. Charter Review Commission Update.


E. COUNTY COMMISSION

approved 35. Approval of Re-Appointments to the Pinellas County Health Facilities Authority.
Re-appointment of Kevin Donoghue and Watson L. Haynes, II.

36. Miscellaneous.

Commissioner Latvala Attended Clearwater Chamber of Commerce workforce housing summit; expressed appreciation to Commissioner Welch for his participation.
Commissioner Harris Commended Clearwater Chamber of Commerce for the workforce housing summit; water conservation tip re monitoring of water meter for leaks.
Commissioner Welch Concurred with statements re the workforce housing summit; welcomed students in the audience from the University of South Florida, St. Petersburg.
approved Chairman Morroni Appointed Ron Mirenda to the Greater Seminole Recreation District; and Douglas C. Buchan to the Historic Preservation Task Force.

 

6:30 P.M.

F. CITIZENS TO BE HEARD - NONE

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 (3) Minutes.

G. 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 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.

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 Chair Will Call Each Speaker, One by One, to the Podium to be Heard.

SCHEDULED PUBLIC HEARINGS – BCC

approved 37. Proposed Ordinance Amending the Pinellas County Code Relating to Air Quality.

approved 38. Proposed Ordinance Amending the Pinellas County Code Relating to Additional Homestead Exemption for Persons Sixty-Five and Older.
Commissioner Stewart requested that a work session be scheduled to discuss the “Granny Flat” exemption.

approved 39. Proposed Ordinance Amending the Pinellas County Code Relating to the Housing Element of the Pinellas County Comprehensive Plan.

40. Planning and Zoning Applications Heard by the Examiner:

approved a. Z/LU-6-5-05.
Application of Galencare, Inc., d/b/a Northside Hospital & Tampa Bay Heart Institute, through PBS&J, Representative, for a Change of Zoning from P-1, General Professional Office to PSP, Public/Semi-Public and Change of Land Use from Residential/Office General to Institutional on Approximately 11.21 Acres Located on the South Side of 62nd Avenue North, 335 Feet West of 49th Street North.

approved b. Z/LU-3-6-05.
Application of Ireson Enterprises, Inc. through Sam and Florence A. Ireson, Representatives, for a Change of Zoning from C-1, Neighborhood Commercial to RM-10, Residential Multiple Family-10 Units per Acre and Land Use Change from Commercial General to Residential Low Medium on Approximately 2 Acres on the Southwest Corner of Tom Stuart Causeway and Navajo Drive.

denied - without prejudice c. Z/LU-10-6-05.
Application of Pinellas County Public Works through Charles Norwood, Representative, for a Change of Zoning from RM-5, Residential Multiple Family-5 Units per Acre, RM-7.5, Residential Multiple Family-7.5 Units per Acre, R-3, Single Family Residential, M-1, Light Manufacturing and Industry, M-2, Heavy Manufacturing and Industry, PC, Preservation Conservation and C-2, General Retail Commercial and Limited Services District to P-RM, Preservation-Resource Management and PC, Preservation Conservation and Change of Land Use from Industrial General, Industrial Limited, Preservation and Residential Urban to Recreation/Open Space and Preservation-Resource Management on Approximately 40.138 Acres North of 46th Avenue North between 46th Street North and 40th Street North.

approved d. Z/LU-11-6-05.
Application of Cepcot Corporation through MacFarlane, Ferguson & McMullen, Harry S. Cline, Representative, for a Change of Zoning from R-4, One, Two or Three Family Residential to M-1, Light Manufacturing and Industry and Change of Land Use from Residential Urban to Industrial Limited on Approximately 14.24 Acres Located on the West Side of 62nd Street North, Approximately 966 Feet South of Roosevelt Boulevard.

approved e. Z/LU-2-10-05.
Application of Willie Charles and Carrie Dixon and Linda Dixon Quansah for a Zone Change from C-2, General Retail Commercial and Limited Services District to R-3, Single Family Residential and Land Use Change from Commercial Neighborhood to Residential Low on Approximately .44 Acre on the North Side of 22nd Terrace Southwest, 160 Feet West of Railroad Avenue.

approved f. Z-3-10-05.
Application of Michael Thompson for a Zone Change from R-4, One, Two or Three Family Residential to C-2, General Retail Commercial and Limited Services District on Approximately 131Acre on the North Side of 54th Avenue North, 150 Feet East of 43rd Street North.

approved g. Z-6-10-05.
Application of Dorothy E. Wilson, in care of Betty F. Brown, P.O.A., through D. Kelly Stewart or Stuart Cohen, American Housing Corporation, Representative, for a Zone Change from RR, Rural Residential to R-1, Single Family Residential and a Variance to Build Three Single Family Homes on a Private Road on Approximately .85 Acre Located on the North Side of Nursery Road, 120 Feet West of Rosetree Court.

approved h. Z-7-10-05.
Application of Jon Lyons, Jr. through Steven A. Williamson, Esquire, Johnson, Pope, Bokor, Ruppel & Burns, LLP, Representative, for a Zone Change from C-2, General Retail Commercial and Limited Services District to C-3, Commercial, Wholesale, Warehousing and Industrial Support on Approximately .569 Acre Located on the East Side of Bayou Drive (Private Road), 385 Feet South of Anclote Road.

approved i. CU-8-10-05.
Application of BCC through Andrew Neff, P.E., City of Clearwater Public Utilities, Representative, for a Conditional Use for a Utility Sub-Station (Reclaimed Water) in an A-E, Agricultural Estate Residential Zone on Approximately 4.789 Acres Located at the Southwest Corner of Union Street and McMullen Booth Road.

approved j. Z/LU-14-10-05.
Application of International Capital Properties, Inc. through E. D. Armstrong III, Esquire, Johnson, Pope, Bokor, Ruppel & Burns, P.A., Representative, for a Zone Change from C-2, General Retail Commercial and Limited Services District to RM-5, Residential Multiple Family-5 Units per Acre, Land Use Change from Commercial General to Residential Low and a Variance in Height to Allow 55 Feet Where 45 Feet is Permitted on Approximately 13.7 Acres Located 220 Feet West of the Westerly Terminus of Collany Road.
SCHEDULED BCC PUBLIC HEARINGS CONTINUED

approved k. Z/LU-12-10-05.
Application of Shiloh M. Albright-Bradford for a Zone Change from R-6, Mobile Home Parks and Subdivisions to M-1, Light Manufacturing and Industry and Land Use Change from Residential Low to Industrial Limited on Approximately .3 Acre Located at the Northeast Corner of the Intersection of 143rd Avenue North and 63rd Street North.

approved l. Z/CU-1-10-05.
Application of Rhonda L. Suarez through Dominic Baccarella, Baccarella & Baccarella, P.A., Representative, for a Zone Change from RR, Rural Residential to R-2, Single Family Residential (North 95 Feet) and A-E, Agricultural Estate Residential (South 519 Feet) and Conditional Use for Stables and Boarding of Horses on South 519 Feet of Property on Approximately 2.5 Acres on the South Side of 126th Avenue North, 115 Feet West of 93rd Way North.

approved m. Z/LU-5-10-05.
Application of Harry Patsalides and Linda Bagos, Estate through Eric Cederman, Cederman Properties, Representative, for a Zone Change from RM-10, Residential Multiple Family-10 Units per Acre and C-2, General Retail Commercial and Limited Services District to R-3, Single Family Residential and Land Use Change from Residential Low Medium and Commercial General to Residential Low on Approximately 2.71 Acres Located on the West Side of U. S. Alternate 19, 200 Feet South of Westwinds Drive.

approved n. Z/LU-4-10-05.
Application of Loyal Order of Moose, Inc., Lodge 1145 through Christopher C. Sanders, Esquire, Sanders Law Group, P.A., Representative, for a Zone Change from RPD-7.5, Residential Planned Development-7.5 Units per Acre to Residential Multiple Family-12.5 Units per Acre and Land Use Change from Residential Urban to Residential Medium on Approximately 5.1 Acres on the West Side of I-275, South of 62nd Avenue North and North of 58th Avenue North.

approved o. Z/LU-9-10-05.
Application of Nicholas Mavromattes and Kosmas Kerdemeliois through Housh Ghovaee, Northside Engineering Services, Inc.,

Representative, for a Zone Change from C-3, Commercial, Wholesale, Warehousing and Industrial Support to RM-10, Residential Multiple Family-10 Units per Acre and Land Use Change from Industrial Limited to Residential Low Medium on Approximately 1.594 Acres Located at the Southwest Corner of U. S. Alternate 19 North and Wood Dove Avenue.

approved (Application granted) p. Z/LU-11-10-05.
Application of Robert J. and Beth Ann Carroll and Louis and Jean H. Kwall through Timothy A. Johnson, Jr., Esquire, Johnson, Pope, Bokor, Ruppel & Burns, P.A., Representative, for a Zone Change from A-E, Agricultural Estate Residential to RPD-5, Residential Planned Development-5 Units per Acre and Land Use Change from Residential Rural to Residential Low on Approximately 9.45 Acres Located at the Southwest Corner of Belcher Road and Alderman Road.

approved q. Z-10-10-05.
Application of A & C Development, LLC through Timothy A. Johnson, Jr., Esquire, Johnson, Pope, Bokor, Ruppel & Burns, P.A., Representative, for a Zone Change from R-3, Single Family Residential to RM-7.5, Residential Multiple Family-7.5 Units per Acre and Development Agreement on Approximately 4.60 Acres Located on the Northwest Corner of 71st Street and 42nd Avenue North.

approved 26a. Assignment of Commercial Real Estate Contract re Potential Acquisition of Tierra Verde Marina.
Staff to research the issue and report to board at the December 6, 2005 meeting.

MISCELLANEOUS
Commissioner Stewart provided highlights of a recent meeting of the Transportation Impact Fee Task Force.


ADJOURNMENT – 9:42 P.M.


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