Archived Agendas

Wednesday, December 2, 1998, 9:00 AM
County Center, 2nd Floor

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INVOCATION AND PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

PROCLAMATION DECLARING WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1998, AS BUFFALO SOLDIERS DAY IN HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, PRESENTED TO SHELBY BENDER, CHAIRPERSON HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY HISTORICAL ADVISORY COUNCIL.

CERTIFICATES OF APPRECIATION PRESENTED TO HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY VOLUN-TEERS WHO HAVE DONATED AT LEAST 100 HOURS OF SERVICE TO THE COUNTY:

MIDGE MACHADO Parks & Recreation Dept., T&C Recreation Center
MARY CLAUER Parks & Recreation Dept., T&C Recreation Center
SANDY ROSER Cooperative Extension, 4 H Leader
PATTY BRUDA Cooperative Extension, Master Gardener
ROBERT POWELL Library Services, Literacy

PRESENTATION TO THE BOARD OF A COPY OF THE TAMPA-HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY PUBLIC LIBRARY SYSTEM FRIENDS OF THE LIBRARY 1999 BURGERT BROTHERS CALENDAR.

PRESENTATION OF AWARD, IN RECOGNITION OF THEIR EFFORTS IN DESIGNING AND CONSTRUCTING THE NEW JAIL, TO ISRAEL GARAJALES AND SWATI BOSE, AND RECOGNITION OF OTHER MEMBERS OF THE DESIGN-CONSTRUCTION TEAM.

PRESENTATION OF NATIONAL AND STATE AWARDS TO MEMBERS OF HILLSBOROUGH TELEVISION FOR THEIR ACHIEVEMENT IN TELEVISION PRODUCTION.

APPROVE CHANGES TO THE AGENDA, AS REQUESTED BY THE ADMINISTRATOR OR BOARD MEMBERS.

REMOVAL OF ADDITIONAL CONSENT AGENDA ITEMS WITH QUESTIONS, BY COMMISSIONERS.

APPROVAL OF CONSENT AGENDA.

AUDIENCE COMMENTS WILL BE HEARD IMMEDIATELY FOLLOWING THE CONSENT AGENDA.

CONSENT AGENDA

I. A. MANAGEMENT SERVICES

I-A-1 PURCHASING ITEMS:

a. Bid No. C-245-98 - Children's Services/Head Start Division - Head Start Comprehensive/ Early Education Services - Approve selection of and authorize contracts with Easter Seals of Florida, Inc., at $110 per week per child in a not-to-exceed amount of $115,830 and A Brighter Community, Inc., at $110 per week per child in a not-to-exceed amount of $85,800 for a period beginning with the effective date of the County's Notice to Proceed until September 30, 1999. At the sole option of the County, this contract may be extended for up to five additional one-year periods at the same terms and conditions.

b. Bid No. PC-293-98, CIP No. 61199 & 12380 - Public Works - Hoover Boulevard Improve-ments - Hillsborough To Crenshaw - Award base bid to the low bidder meeting specifica-tions, All American Concrete, Inc., in the amount of $7,685,831.95.

c. Bid No. PC-304-98, CIP No. 69449 & 69450 - Public Works - Providence Ridge Boulevard To Lumsden Road and Lumsden Road to Brandon Feeder Road - Award base bid to the low bidder meeting specifications, Overstreet Paving Company in the amount of $6,799,250.74, which includes acceptance of Alternates 3 & 4.

d. Bid No. PC-302-98, CIP No. 69331 - Public Works - Palm River Road At US 301 Intersection Improvements - Award base bid to the low bidder meeting specifications, Carl Hankins, Inc., in the amount of $170,746.06.

e. Bid No. PC-303-98, CIP No. (Various) - Public Works - Sidewalk Construction Term Contract (FY99) - Award bid to the low bidder meeting specifications, Islander Construction Services, Inc., in an amount not to exceed $1,000,000.

f. Bid No. PC-315-98 - Water - Northwest Reclaimed Water Transmission System; Parts 2, 3, 9, 11, 20 and 21 - Award base bid to the low bidder meeting specifications, Wharton-Smith, Inc., in the amount of $9,172,000, which includes acceptance of Alternate AA@ & AD@.

g. Bid No. PC-319-98 - Public Works - Big Bend Maintenance Unit #3 Roof Replacement (Metal Storage Building) - Award bid to the sole bidder meeting specifications, Gulfstates Industries, Inc., in the amount of $78,500, which includes acceptance of Alternate A1".

h. Bid No. P-326-98 - Water - Purchase of Gate Valves, Repair Clamps, Tubing, Valve Boxes, Meter Boxes, Etc., For A Two-Year Period - Award bid to the low responsive and responsible bidders: Groups 3, 5, 7 and 10 to US Filter Distribution Tampa, in the estimated amount of $648,547.70; Groups 4 and 6 to Hughes Supply Water & Sewer Tampa, in the estimated amount of $113,751.30; Groups 1 and 2 to Mueller Company, Winter Park, in the estimated amount of $226,845.82; Groups 8, 9 and 11 to Ferguson Underground Inc. Tampa, in the estimated amount of $54,000.30. Total estimated amount of award for two years is $1,043,145.12. This is a Hillsborough County Governmental Purchasing Council Bid.

i. Bid No. 510-99 - Purchasing - Armored Car Services - Award bid to the responsive bidder meeting specifications, Loomis, Fargo & Company, at the unit price of $22 per trip, for a total not to exceed $240,240 for a two-year period beginning with the County's Notice to Proceed. This bid consists of three organizations: (1) Board of County Commissioners, (2) Clerk of the Circuit Court, and (3) Tax Collector's Office. Authorize the Chairman to execute the contract for the Board of County Commissioners. The Clerk of the Circuit Court and the Tax Collector will execute their own individual contracts.

j. Bid No. 511-99 - Public Works/Roadway Maintenance Section - Purchase of Concrete Pipe Culvert For A Two-Year Period - Award bid to the overall low responsive and responsible bidder Joelson Concrete Pipe Company, Inc., Venice, in the estimated amount of $430,876.80. This is a Hillsborough County Governmental Purchasing Council Bid.

k. Bid No. P-521-99 - Various - Purchase Of Xerographic & Blueprinting Services For a Two-Year Period - Award bid to the overall low responsive and responsible bidder Tampa Blueprint Company, Inc., Tampa, in the estimated amount of $44,374. This is a Hillsborough County Governmental Purchasing Council Bid.

l. File No. C-531-99 - Water - Utility System Business Advisor - Approve the sole source agreement with Howard C. Osterman, Inc., to advise and assist with business practices, programs, and policies which affect the organization, management, operation, and/or financial structure of the County's Water and Wastewater Enterprise Utility System, for a two-year period at the maximum amount payable of $164,000 for the first year.

m. File No. C-547-99 - Health & Social Services - Sole Source Provision Of Overflow Back-up And After Hours Transportation - Authorize staff to negotiate, on a sole source basis, pursuant to Section 1, Paragraph B.3 of the Purchasing Manual, which outlines exceptions to the competitive bid procedure with all qualified provider(s), for provision of overflow, back-up and after hours transportation services..

I-A-2 REAL ESTATE DEPARTMENT ITEMS:

a. Approve right-of-way access agreement with GNB Technologies, Inc., which grants GNB access to County right-of-way (36th Ave., Raleigh St. to 1100 feet east of US 41) for the purpose of performing remediation of contaminated properties.

b. Determine reasonable necessity to acquire fee simple road right of way and perpetual utility and drainage easements for the public purpose of constructing the extension of Falkenberg Road from Causeway Boulevard to U.S. Highway 301; adopt resolution authorizing the acquisition of such property and property rights by eminent domain; and authorize and direct the Hillsborough County Attorney's Office to acquire such property and property rights in the name of Hillsborough County and to fully compensate the interested parties as required by law.

c. Approve a utility permanent easement and temporary construction easement and authorize processing and acceptance of instruments of conveyance from Southgate, Inc., property on Bearss Avenue to install a watermain pipe on County right-of-way from 16th Street to 17th Street.

d. Accept a temporary easement by donation from B & B Cash Grocery Stores, Inc., for Moon/ Robertson-Brandon business sites drainage project, and further authorize the processing of instruments for same.

e. Accept a deed by donation from Mixon Enterprises, Ltd., a Florida limited partnership, for right-of-way on Colding Drive; and, authorize Class AE@ maintenance for said roadway.

f. Accept a deed by donation from Bette Lou and Neil D. Taylor for right-of-way on Colding Drive; and, authorize Class AE@ maintenance for said roadway.

g. Approve agreement and authorize processing and acceptance of the instruments of conveyance from Tampa Electric Company (TECO), donating right-of-way on Colding Drive; and, authorize Class AE@ maintenance for said roadway.

h. Approve agreement between Hillsborough County, City of Temple Terrace, and Temple Terrace Golf and County Club as part of the Bullard Parkway, Ridgedale to 78th Street road improvement project. The agreement provides for the City of Temple Terrace and Temple Terrace Golf and County Club to convey right-of-way and easements for stormwater ponds to Hillsborough County. In return, Temple Terrace Golf and County Club received $345,898 in compensation, as cost to cure damages, plus $5,156 in engineering fees. Also, Hillsborough County is required to fund and construct a tunnel beneath Bullard Parkway to address safety concerns and to avoid a business damage claim. Based on a determination of the City of Temple Terrace, a second tunnel may be designed and constructed by Hillsborough County at the sole expense of City of Temple Terrace. (Relates to I-A-2i) (Deferred from October 12 meeting)

i. Accept a proposal from Florida College in the amount of $575,000 to convey right-of-way to Hillsborough County for the widening of Bullard Parkway, Ridgedale to 78th Street; and, direct the Real Estate Department and the County Attorney's Office to prepare a purchase contract to complete the transaction. (Relates to I-A-2h) (Deferred from October 12 meeting)

j. Accept conveyance of a 5' x 7' perpetual utility easement being donated by JPH Properties for the purpose of providing easement area necessary for the County to service the backflow preventor device and meter located on the Lewers Funeral Home site at College Ave. and 4th St. S.E. in Ruskin.

k. Adopt resolution declaring certain real property as surplus and authorizing its sale under the provisions of Florida Statute 125.32(2); and, approve agreement of $1,000 for sale of 1,950 square feet to the adjoining owner, Jeanette A. and Stuart L. Marcus, the only adjoining owner interested in acquiring the property; release the oil and mineral rights reservation in accordance with the resolution; and, also authorize the Chairman to execute a deed for the property.

l. Accept drainage easement by donation from William Carrillo for the Marigold at Rio Vista Subdivision project and further authorize processing and acceptance of instruments of conveyance.

m. Adopt resolution authorizing the Chairman to execute a Conceptual Approval Agreement and other documents associated with grant award, in conjunction with the County's ELAP Program and the State's Florida Communities Trust Program, that stipulates the terms and conditions for up to $1,093,000 in State funding through this program for reimbursement and participation of 50% of the authorized acquisition costs of the ELAPP site described in the nomination known as AAlafia River Scrub@, affirm the representations presented in the nomination, designate the monies used to acquire the site as part of the County's portion, direct staff to proceed with satisfying the requirements of the agreement including the submittal of documents for reimbursement, and authorize the Chairman to execute the necessary documents to receive reimbursement from the Florida Communities Trust Program.

n. Adopt resolution authorizing the Chairman to execute a Conceptual Approval Agreement and other documents associated with grant award, in conjunction with the County's ELAP Program and the State's Florida Communities Trust Program, that stipulates the terms and conditions to provide up to $3,050,000 in matching State funds towards the acquisition costs of the ELAPP site described in the nomination as ALake Park@, affirm the representa-tions presented in the nomination, designate the monies from the ELAP Program to be used as the County's portion of this project's acquisition costs, direct staff to proceed with satisfying the requirements of the agreement.

I-A-3 Receive report on balances in the Reserve for Contingency accounts for the Countywide General Revenue Fund, Unincorporated Area General Revenue Fund, and Library Fund.

I-A-4 Defer until January 6, 1999, report regarding financial management.

I-A-5 Defer until January 6, 1999, report regarding non-consensual towing, as requested by the Board on October 21, 1998.

I-A-6 Transportation Impact Fees:

a. Approve refund in the amount of $29,357.67 from Transportation Impact Fees (Zone 1) to The Sembler Company.

b. Capital Program Administration - Approve budget amendment resolution to realign budgeted funds to effectuate this transaction.

I-A-7 Approve appointment of interim board of trustees for the Eastlake Special Dependent District.

I-A-8 Defer until May 2, 1999, report on audit recommendations in County Audit Report #70 of Insurance & Claims Division, Operational Controls. This item will be rescheduled under the Clerk of Circuit Court Section of the agenda.

I. B. HUMAN SERVICES

I-B-1 Approve the following budget amendment resolutions.

a. Aging Services - Reappropriate $103,964 from FY 98 to FY 99 for the Department of Aging Services' Title III Senior Adult Day Care (SADC), Transportation and Senior Citizens Nutrition & Activity (SCNAP) Grant Programs for the program period of January 1, 1998, through December 31, 1998, to adjust the October 1, 1998, estimated grant budgets to the actual grant budget balances at September 30, 1998.

b. Aging Services - Realign existing budget in accordance with approved grant award with the Gulf Coast Community Care for the Department of Aging Services' Community Care for Disabled Adults Home-Delivered Meals Program for the period of October 1, 1998, through June 30, 1999.

I-B-2 Amendment to Notice of Grant Award:

a. Approve the Notice of Grant Award with the Corporation for National Service for continuation of the Retired and Senior Volunteer Program (RSVP) for the period of October 1, 1998, through September 30, 1999, for a total program amount of $254,990 of which $80,232 is Federal, $33,384 required cash match, $2,200 is budgeted in-kind, and $139,174 additional County support, with no additional County funds required.

b. Aging Services - Approve budget amendment resolution to accept $80,232 in Federal funds which increase existing grant budget by $2,337 and realign other line items in accordance with grant award with the Corporation for National Services for the period of October 1, 1998, through September 30, 1999. Also, realign $500 in the 98/99 RSVP additional County support budget to cover costs for an upgrade of memory to an RSVP computer.

I-B-3 Approve 5th modification to Agreement #94-1538, between the Board and Suncoast Health Council, Inc., and Health Council of West Central Florida, Inc., d/b/a The Health Councils, Inc., for provision of administration and other services to support the Title I HIV Health Services Planning Council, adding the provision of case manager training conference(s) in the maximum amount of $40,000, for the period beginning March 1, 1998, and ending February 28, 1999, with no County funds required.

I-B-4 Community Services Block Grant Award:

a. Approve 1st modification amending the County's current FY99 Community Services Block Grant (CSBG) Agreement with the State of Florida Department of Community Affairs to realign $49,120 of existing grant dollars to transfer program funds to Cooperative Extension.

b. Health and Social Services - Approve budget amendment resolution to realign $49,120 within the existing Community Services Block Grant (CSBG) FY99 budget to fund Cooperative Extension to provide counseling for budgeting, nutrition and parenting to low income residents, with no County funds required.

I-B-5 Approve 3rd modification to Agreement #97-0466 with Drug Abuse Comprehensive Coordinating Office, Inc., under the Ryan White CARE increasing the maximum amount payable for provision of substance abuse treatment/counseling services by $37,405 to $85,142 for the period ending February 28, 1999, for eligible HIV+ individuals in Hillsborough County, with no County funds required.

I-B-6 Approve 1st modification to Agreement with Highlands County Health Department, under Title II of the Ryan White CARE Act, for provision of case management services to HIV+ individuals in Highlands County, which will allow case management services to billed on a line-item budget through March 31, 1999. This will result in a net increase of $.10 per unit, with no County funds required.

I-B-7 Approve 2nd modification agreement with P Thomas Incorporated d/b/a National Medivans providing for the early termination of National Medivans' contract effective no later than January 15, 1999.

I. C. COMMUNITY SERVICES

I-C-1 Approve resolution assessing a lien in the amount of $5,310 against property located at 1537 Piermaj Lane, Lutz, for cost incurred by the County for demolition and removal of one dilapidated concrete block structure and removal of trash, junk and debris.

I-C-2 Approve resolution assessing a lien in the amount of $2,119 against property located at 4802 79th Street, Tampa, for cost incurred by the County for demolition and removal of one fire damaged building and removal of trash, junk and debris.

I-C-3 Approve resolution assessing a lien in the amount of $2,119 against property located at 6101 20th Avenue, Tampa, for cost incurred by the County for demolition and removal of one dilapidated mobile home and removal of trash, junk and debris.

I-C-4 Approve agreement with Homes for Hillsborough, Inc., which provides $66,000 for 20 very low income families who qualify for low interest construction-perm loans to help build their home through the Self Help program.

I-C-5 Approve agreement with the Alliance for Affordable Housing, Inc., which provides $145,000 for down payment assistance, closing cost and housing rehabilitation of 80 single family conventional homes.

I-C-6 Approve agreement with the Alliance for Affordable Housing, Inc., which provides $30,000 to assist 5 permanently disabled persons with removal of architectural barriers in their home.

I-C-7 Approve the Hillsborough County Agreement, Land-Use Restriction Agreement and Mortgage Documents with Nantucket Bay Limited Partnership, for construction of the Nantucket Bay Apartment Community and authorize the Chairman to execute future related financing documents pertaining to this project.

I-C-8 Approve the Hillsborough County Agreement with Tampa Bay Community Reinvestment Corporation for the Community Development Financing Institution Program.

I-C-9 Approve and authorize Chairman to execute the 2nd amendment to 2nd agreement with Lennar Homes, Inc., on timing and dedication of improved local park for Pavilion, to extend the completion date from December 30, 1998, to June 30, 1999, increase the Surety to $214,895.42, and increase the unit limit to 652.

I-C-10 Approve Change Order No. 1 (Final) to contract with Jerry S. Willis, Building Contractor, for the Old Lutz School Renovation - Window Restoration and Reroofing project, decreasing contract amount by $3,716.50 as indicated in Background.

I-C-11 Approve Change Order No. 2 to contract with Dallas I Construction & Development Inc., for the Work Order Construction Services (WORCS) for Stormwater Project contract increasing contract cap limit by $300,000 from $960,000 to $1,260,000, with no change in contract time required.

I-C-12 Approve Change Order No. 2 (Final) to contract with Bandes Construction Company, Inc., for the 78th Street Branch Library at Palm River Road project, decreasing contract amount by $87,959 and increasing contract time by 274 days as indicated in the Background.

I-C-13 Approve 4th modification to agreement with HDR Engineering, revising Attachment A, Scope of Services and increasing contract amount by $292,781.93 for additional services on the Providence Road widening. This modification is for post design services required during construction and additional design services for Providence from Bloomingdale to the proposed AFeeder Road.@

I-C-14 Approve setting a public hearing date of December 16, 1998, at 2:00 p.m., for the purpose of adopting a Resolution to state the Board's intent to use the Uniform Method of Collecting Non-Ad Valorem Assessments to fund a portion of capacity and/or accrued guaranteed revenue fees otherwise payable upon connection to the County's water and/or wastewater system for property located within fifteen established Capacity Assessment Units.

I-C-15 Approve Kathleen Reese's request for reimbursement of attorney's fees in the amount of $18,783.75, pursuant to Board Policy 03.04.01.05 in the case of David M. Johnson and Debbie Johnson v. Hillsborough County and Hillsborough County Board of County Commissioners, Case No. 97-1706-CIV-T-17. (Deferred from November 12 meeting)

I-C-16 Approve Change Order No. 2 to contract with The Poole and Kent Company, for construction of the South County WWTP Expansion to 4.5 MGD and South County WWTP Effluent Disposal project, increasing contract amount by $41,105.02, increasing contract time by 5 days, and adjusting the milestone dates as indicated in Background.

I-C-17 Correct scriber's error in Item I-C-14, agenda of September 2, 1998, 1st modification to professional services agreement with Tomasino & Associates, Inc. for additional post-design services for Bullard Parkway (78th to Davis) should be corrected to read 2nd modification.

I-C-18 Adopt initial assessment resolutions for the Buckhorn Run and Farmington RWIUs. The initial assessment resolutions will result in the assessment of properties located within the RWIUs to provide for improvements to distribute reclaimed water for irrigation purposes. The initial assessment resolutions will include: (1) an estimate of project costs, which incorporate the construction bids; (2) the method by which the assessments will be computed and an estimate of the initial annual assessments; and, (3) authorization of the preliminary assessment roll.

I-C-19 Authorize the County Attorney to modify/revise/amend the Hillsborough County Industrial Pretreatment Program Escalating Enforcement Procedures Resolution No. R93-0122, as required by the State mandated Pretreatment Program.

I-C-20 Defer until December 16, 1998, revised ordinance regarding assessment units that will be used to fund the design and construction of required infrastructure.

I-C-21 Defer until December 16, 1998, report regarding information on the amount and use of Cone Ranch lease funds, the limitations on the uses of those funds and the current and future management plan for the property.

I-C-22 Approve and authorize Chairman to execute the 1st modification agreement to the Miscellaneous Professional Engineering Services agreement for General/Civil Engineering with Wade Trim, Inc., which will extend the contract term for an additional two years. The maximum fee payable to the firm will not exceed $600,000 for the two-year renewal period.

I. D. COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR OFFICES

I-D-1 Approve 1st modification to the Parks and Recreation Department performance audit contract (RFP C-205-98) with Valiente, Hernandez & Co., by extending the contract time between the Notice to Proceed and the delivery of the draft performance audit report from 120 days from the Notice to Proceed to 150 days at no additional contract cost to the County.

I. E. LEGAL SERVICES

I-E-1 Authorize the County Attorney's Office to settle the case of Martha Lind Hoyt v. Hillsborough County, Case No. 96-1497, Div. W, for settlement amount of $85,000.

I. F. OTHER OFFICES

I-F-1 Approve a change to Schedule A of the Pay Plan for Classified Employees, as requested by the Civil Service Office. This change consists in reinstating Pay Grade AY with the corresponding salary range, as provided by Section 13(1) of the Civil Service Act of 1996.

I. G. REPORTS AND RECOMMENDATIONS OF THE CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT

I-G-1 Receipt of Official Board Records:

a. List of "Land "Available for Taxes" in accordance with Florida Statutes.

b. Hillsborough County Board of County Commissioners Investment Information as of September 30, 1998. (To be filed in Board Records upon receipt into the official records)

c. Buckhorn Estates Special Dependent District's Financial Statements and Supplementary Information for the Fiscal Years ended September 30, 1998 and 1997. (To be filed in Board Records upon receipt into the official records)

d. Northdale Special District's Financial Statements for the Fiscal Year ended September 30, 1998. (To be filed in Board Records upon receipt into the official records)

e. Sugarwood Grove Special District's Financial Statements for the Fiscal Year ended September 30, 1998. (To be filed in Board Records upon receipt into the official records)

f. Citrus Park Community Development District Capital Improvement Bonds, Series 1996. (To be filed in Board Records upon receipt into the official records)

g. Minutes of the meetings of Tampa Palms Open Space and Transportation Community Development District for September 15 and November 3, 1998. (To be filed in Board Records upon receipt into the official records)

I-G-2 Approval to remit $526.00 to the Clerk of Circuit Court for a folio on which no bids were received at the Tax Deed Sale of November 9, 1998 and $2,348.82 for the Tax Deed Sale of November 16, 1998, on which no bids were received.

I-G-3 Approve the increase of five change funds to Joe Stines, Director of Library Services as follows:

1. Site #204 Austin Davis Branch Library
Increase from $20.00 to $30.00
2. Site #207 North Tampa Branch Library
Increase from $50.00 to $70.00
3. Site #211 Riverview Branch Library
Increase from $30.00 to $50.00
4. Site #214 West Gate Regional Library
Increase from $50.00 to $75.00
5. Site #221 New Tampa Regional Library
Increase from $70.00 to $100.00

I-G-4 Approve minutes:

WS/CIT and Minimum Flows and Levels October 14, 1998
Land Use October 20, 1998
Regular Meeting October 21, 1998
Continued Land Use October 21, 1998
Special Land Use October 27, 1998
PH/DRI Plan Amendment-Big Basin November 5, 1998

II. AUDIENCE COMMENTS

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REGULAR AGENDA

III. PUBLIC HEARINGS
(Time Certain)

III-1 Continuation of public hearing from November 12, 1998, to consider repealing existing Hillsborough County Code Enforcement Ordinance 90-12 as amended by Ordinance 95-1: and re-enacting a new ordinance that incorporates the existing ordinance with amendments. (To be heard at 2:00 p.m.)

III-2 Consider proposed ordinance creating the Pine Meadows Special Dependent District. (Advertised to be heard at 2:00 p.m.)

a. Approve appointment of interim board of trustees for the Pine Meadows Special Dependent District to be effective upon the establishment of the District.

IV. SCHEDULED APPEARANCES
(Time Certain)

IV-1 Appearance by David Hurley of the Citizens Advisory Committee. (To be heard at 1:30 p.m., the 1st Regular BOCC Meeting of each month).

IV-2 Appearance by Dr. Jerry Koehler, Chairman of Blue Ribbon Committee, to present a report from the Blue Ribbon Committee. (To be heard at 4:00 p.m.)

IV-3 Appearance by Orange County Attorney, Tom Wilkes, President of Florida Association of County Attorneys to present award to County Attorney, Emmy Acton, (To be heard at 1:30 p.m.)

V. A. MANAGEMENT SERVICES

V-A-1 PURCHASING ITEM:

a. RFQ No. C-191-98 - Health & Social Services - Pharmacy Advisor Services - Approve evaluation team's ranking of the top three firms as identified in Background; approve selection of and authorize contract with Clinical Pharmacology Services, Inc., for a three-year period beginning with the effective date of the County's Notice to Proceed in an annual not-to-exceed amount of $151,200, for a three-year not to exceed amount of $453,600. At the sole option of the County, this contract may be extended for two additional one-year periods at the same terms and conditions. (Deferred from November 12 meeting, to be heard at 1:45 p.m.)

V. B. HUMAN SERVICES

V-B-1 Approve naming of elementary education building on the Children's Services Center campus at 3215 Nundy Road to the William I. Troutman Education Building. (To be heard at 2:30 p.m.)

V. C. COMMUNITY SERVICES

V-C-1 Approve and authorize the Chairman to sign the Notice of Termination of the contract with Morgan Construction Corporation for renovations to Midway Fire Station project, in accordance with the terms of the contract and for reasons explained in the Background; and, further authorize staff to pursue appropriate legal remedies, including the filing of a lawsuit if necessary, to protect the County's rights and interests in this matter. (Deferred from November 12 meeting)

V-C-2 Approve reduction in the solid waste residential collection service Quality Assurance Assessment threshold from .0012 to .0008 for the period beginning January 18, 1999, through January 17, 2000, and a threshold of .0006 beginning January 18, 2000, through the balance of the term of the franchise agreement with a 40% increase in the base threshold during the week of and following any designated holiday. (To be heard at 2:35 p.m.)

V-C-3 Receive staff report on status of the Southwest Florida Water Management District's rule development process to establish and implement Minimum Flows and Levels for the Northern Tampa Bay Area pursuant to BOCC direction during November 5, 1998, BOCC meeting; and, take a position at Tampa Bay Water against initiating Independent Scientific Peer Review; authorize intervening in the Independent Scientific Peer Review Process in the event any party initiates the process; and, schedule a public hearing on December 16, 1998, to consider whether to file a petition for administrative hearing to challenge the validity of the Southwest Florida Water Management District's October 28, 1998, draft MFL rules.

V. D. COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR OFFICES

V-D-1 Approve the 1999 Meeting Schedule for the Board of County Commissioners, as provided in the agenda Background.

V-D-2 Identify any local bills which the BOCC would like filed on their behalf to the local Legislative Delegation. (To be heard at 3:45 p.m.)

V-D-3 Recommendation to limit BOCC Retreat to one day, Wednesday, December 9, 1998, beginning at 8:30 a.m., at the new Port Tampa City Library.

V-D-4 Report from work group created to review Tampa General Hospital's financial condition and the hospital lien law. (To be heard at 3:00 p.m.)

V. E. LEGAL SERVICES

V. F. OTHER OFFICES

V. G. REPORTS AND RECOMMENDATIONS OF THE CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT

VI. COMMISSIONERS' SECTION

VI-1 Reports by Commissioners regarding various authorities and councils on which they serve.

VI-2 Appointments to various boards and councils.

VI-3 Correspondence received by the Board.

a. Staff report regarding letter received from Warren H. Newell, Board of County Commission-ers, Palm Beach County, District III, regarding pawn shops.

VI-4 Discussion regarding Chief Holder's request for a letter of support for the 26th Annual Training Conference of the National Organization of Black Law Enforcement Executives to be held in the year 2002. (Comm. Platt)

VI-5 Discussion regarding the issue of revising the Utility Rate Resolution to establish a new utility customer class. (Comm. Norman) (To be heard at 11:15 a.m.)

VI-6 Discussion regarding action taken by the BOCC during the November 12 CIT Workshop. (Comm. Storms)

VI-7 Discussion regarding gun ordinance. (Comm. Scott)

VII. STAFF REPORTS

VII-1 Report regarding residential solid waste collection service complaint receipt and reporting.

VII-2 Verbal staff report regarding bats at Houlihan's Stadium.

VII-3 Report and analysis regarding occupational license ordinance. (To be heard in conjunction with IV-2 at 4:00 p.m.)

Prepared December 2, 1998, 8:48am

ADDENDUM TO DECEMBER 2, 1998 AGENDA

OFF-THE-AGENDA ITEMS:

V-F-1 Request by Sheriff Cal Henderson for approval of the Federal Annual Certification Report for submission to the Department of Justice.

V-G-1 Approval of public official bonds for Tax Collector Doug Belden, Commissioners Norman, Storms, Hart, and Frank.

VI-8 Discussion of Y2K compliance (Commissioner Hart)

VI-9 Discussion regarding light at intersection of Hillsborough Avenue and Tampa Shores (Commissioner Hart)

DEFERRALS/DELETIONS:

I-A-2b Eminent domain proceedings to acquire a fee simple road right of way and perpetual utility and drainage easements for the public purpose of constructing the extension of Falkenberg Road from Causeway Boulevard to U.S. Highway 301 -- DEFER UNTIL DECEMBER 16 FOR ADDITIONAL STAFF WORK.

CORRECTIONS TO AGENDA:

Correct order of the Agenda to receive audience comments immediately following the special presentation section, followed by approval of changes to the agenda and approval of consent agenda.

REMOVE FROM CONSENT TO BE HEARD AT 11:30 A.M.

I-A-1-L Utility System Business Advisor agreement with Howard C. Osterman, Inc., to advise and assist with business practices, programs, and policies. (Comm. Frank)

I-A-1m Sole Source Provision of overflow back-up and after hours transportation services.(Comm. Platt)

I-A-2n Resolution authorizing a Conceptual Approval Agreement and other documents associated with grant award for Lake Park, in conjunction with the County's ELAP Program and the State's Florida Communities Trust Program. (Comm. Platt)

I-A-6a & b Refund in the amount of $29,357.67 from Transportation Impact Fees (Zone 1) to The Sembler Company and approve budget amendment resolution to realign budgeted funds to effectuate this transaction. (Comm. Frank)

I-C-9 2nd amendment to 2nd agreement for local park for Pavillion with Lennar Homes, Inc. (Comm. Frank)

I-C-12 Change Order No. 2 (Final) to contract with Bandes Construction Company, Inc., for the 78th Street Branch Library at Palm River Road project. (Comm. Frank)

I-C-13 4th modification to agreement with HDR Engineering for additional services on the Providence Road widening project. (Comm. Frank)

I-C-15 Kathleen Reese's request for reimbursement of attorney's fees in the amount of $18,783.75. (Comm. Platt)

ITEMS SCHEDULED TO BE HEARD AT A TIME CERTAIN:

10:45 a.m. VI-8 Discussion regarding Y2K compliance (Comm. Hart) *

11:00 a.m. VI-7 Discussion regarding gun ordinance (Comm. Scott) *

11:15 a.m. VI-5 Discussion regarding the issue of revising the Utility Rate Resolution. (Comm. Norman) *

11:30 a.m. Items removed from Consent Section

1:30 p.m. IV-1 Appearance by David Hurley of the Citizens Advisory Committee.

1:35 p.m. IV-3 Appearance by Orange County Attorney, Tom Wilkes, President of Florida Association of County Attorneys to present award to County Attorney, Emmy Acton.

1:45 p.m. V-A-1a Pharmacy Advisor Services for Health and Social Services.

2:00 p.m. III-1 Continuation of public hearing from November 12, 1998, to consider repealing existing Hillsborough County Code Enforcement Ordinance 90-12 as amended by Ordinance 95-1: and re-enacting a new ordinance that incorporates the existing ordinance with amendments.

III-2 Consider proposed ordinance creating the Pine Meadows Special Dependent District.

a. Appointment of interim board of trustees for the Pine Meadows Special Dependent District to be effective upon the establishment of the District.

2:15 p.m. Convene Special EPC Meeting to take appropriate action on the Southwest Florida Water Management District's Minimum Flows and Levels Rules. (Relates to V-C-3)

2:30 p.m. V-B-1 Naming of elementary education building on the Children's Services Center campus at 3215 Nundy Road to the William I. Troutman Education Building.

2:35 p.m. V-C-2 Reduction in the solid waste residential collection service Quality Assurance Assessment threshold.

3:00 p.m. V-D-4 Report from work group created to review Tampa General Hospital's financial condition and the hospital lien law.

3:45 p.m. V-D-2 Identify any local bills to be filed with the local Legislative Delegation.

4:00 p.m. IV-2 Appearance by Dr. Jerry Koehler, Chairman of Blue Ribbon Committee, to present a report.

VII-3 Report and analysis regarding occupational license ordinance.

* Requires Board approval to set time certain for Commissioner's items under the Board's Rules of Order.

A D J O U R N M E N T




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