Archived Agendas

Wednesday, June 3, 1998, 9:00 AM
County Center, 2nd Floor

WELCOME to a meeting with your Board of County Commissioners. Your participation in County government is appreciated. All Board meetings are open to the public and are normally held on the first and third Wednesdays of each month at 9 a.m.

The Hillsborough County Lobbying Ordinance requires that ALL LOBBYISTS REGISTER at the time of any private meeting with a member of the Board of County Commissioners, the County Administrator, any Assistant County Administrator, any Department Head, the County Attorney, or any Chief Assistant County Attorney, regarding any item which is pending before the Board of County Commissioners or being considered by the aforementioned County employees for presentation or recommendation to the County Commissioners.

Any person who might wish to appeal any decision made by the Board of County Commissioners regarding any matter considered at the forthcoming public hearing or meeting is hereby advised that he or she will need a record of the proceedings, and for such purpose he or she may need to ensure that a verbatim record of the proceedings is made which will include the testimony and evidence upon which such appeal is to be based.

A ten-minute break will be taken mid-morning during each Board meeting. Should the Board determine that a meeting will last beyond noon, the chair may announce a recess from 11:45 a.m. until 1:30 p.m.

WHEN ADDRESSING THE BOARD, please state your name and address and speak clearly into the microphone. If distributing additional backup materials, please have sufficient copies to include the seven Commissioners, the County Administrator and two for the Clerk/BOCC (10 copies).

The Board has set aside a thirty-minute time period in the morning, immediately following changes to the agenda for Audience Comments. At the discretion of the Chairman, the Board may again hear Audience Comments at the end of the meeting. People wishing to speak before the Board during the Audience Comments portion of the meeting should write their names on the sign-up sheet that is kept in the entrance hall to the Boardroom.

ALL CELL PHONES AND PAGERS MUST BE TURNED OFF WHILE IN THE BOARDROOM.

In accordance with the Americans With Disabilities Act, persons needing special accommodations to participate in this proceeding, and also those seeking an interpreter, should contact the Citizens Action Center at telephone no. 272-5900 not later than 48 hours prior to the proceedings. This meeting will be captioned for the hearing impaired.

This meeting will be telecast live on the following cable television channels:

Tampa - Cable Channel 15 (Time Warner)
Hillsborough County - Cable Channel 15 or 17
Cable Channel 17 (Adelphia)

INVOCATION AND PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

SPECIAL PRESENTATION SECTION.

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 Approve purchasing items and authorize execution of contracts if applicable.

a. Bid No. P-285-96 - Water - Rental Of Uniforms For Approximately 215 Employees For A Two-Year Period - Approve renewal of purchase agreement with Unifirst Corporation, Tampa, in the estimated amount not to exceed $47,910.80. This renewal is for the period beginning September 1, 1998, and ending August 30, 1999.

b. Bid No. PC-462-97, CIP Nos. 61940 & 69035 - Public Works - Term Contract For Countywide Resurfacing - Approve renewal of award with Couch Construction, L. P., for an additional one-year period or a maximum amount of $9,000,000.

c. Bid No. C-511-97 - Aging Services - Provision Of Personal Care Services For Functionally Impaired Eligible Senior Citizens Of Hillsborough County - Approve a 90-day extension of existing contract with Addus Health Care, Inc., for Personal Care Services, from June 30, 1998, to September 30, 1998, which increases existing annual contract not-to-exceed amount from $200,00 to $249,999.98,

d. Bid No. C-512-97 - Aging Services - Provision of Respite Services For Functionally Impaired Eligible Senior Citizens Of Hillsborough County - Approve 1st renewal of contract with Tampa Bay Health Services, Inc., d/b/a TGC Home Health Care, Private Division, for a one-year period beginning July 1, 1998, and ending June 30, 1999, in an amount not to exceed $168,000, at the same terms and conditions as existing contract.

e. Bid No. C-513-97 - Aging Services - Provision Of Homemaker Services For Functionally Impaired Eligible Senior Citizens Of Hillsborough County - Approve 1st renewal of contract with Tampa Bay Health Services, Inc., d/b/a TGC Home Health Care, Private Division, for a one-year period beginning July 1, 1998, and ending June 30, 1999, in an amount not to exceed $185,000, at the same terms and conditions as existing contract.

f. File No. P-119-98 - Water - Purchase Of Electrical Service For South County WWTP - Ratify sole source with Tampa Electric Company for electrical services work, which has already been completed, in the amount of $97,264.

g. Bid No. PC-189-98 - Water - Wimauma Water System Phase I-Transmission - Award bid to the low bidder meeting specifications, Overstreet Paving Company, in the amount of $702,214.50.

i. Bid No. P-202-98 - Communications - Purchase Of Video Recording Tapes For A One-Year Period - Award bid to the low responsive and responsible bidder Watson Industries Inc., Cape Coral, in the estimated aggregate amount of $37,770.48. Further, reject bid from Bernies Photo Center Pittsburgh, PA, for reasons stated in Background. This is a Hillsborough County governmental Purchasing Council Bid.

j. Bid No. P-216-98 - Real Estate - Purchase Of Vehicle Control System For The Twiggs Street Parking Facility - Award bid to the low responsive and responsible bidder Florida Parking Control of Tampa Bay, Inc., of Tarpon Springs, in the amount of $26,764.

k. Bid No. C-221-98 - Health & Social Services - 1998 Summer Food Program - Award bid to the single responsive and responsible bidder, G.A. Foods Services, Inc., in an amount not to exceed $359,890.40 at the unit price per Bid Summary, from the effective date of the County’s Notice to Proceed , and ending August 6, 1998.

l. File No. P-229-98 - Fleet Management - Purchase Of John Deere OEM Parts And Labor For A Two-Year Period - Approve sole source with Neff Machinery, Tampa, in an estimated amount not to exceed $140,000.

m. File No. P-230-98 - Fleet Management - Purchase Of Ford Tractor And Mower Parts And Labor For A Two-Year Period - Approve sole source with Bay Ford New Holland, Inc., Tampa, in an estimated amount not to exceed $150,000.

n. File No. P-231-98 - Solid Waste - Purchase Of Replacement Parts For Tire Shredder And Rebuilding Of One Classifier Machine - Approve sole source with Columbus McKinnon Corporation, Sarasota, in an amount not to exceed $41,271.35.

o. File No. P-235-98 - Public Works/Traffic Section - Purchase Of Peek Traffic Signal Controller Assemblies For A One-Year Period - Approve sole source with Transportation Control Systems, Tampa, in an amount not to exceed $223,209.

p. File No. SP-017-98 - Fleet Management - Sale Of Surplus Vehicles And Miscellaneous Equipment - Declare as surplus and authorize disposal of tangible personal property consisting of 55 items pursuant to Section 274.06, Florida Statutes by public auction at Tampa Machinery Auction. Further, authorize the Clerk-Board of County Commissioners to remove this property from the inventory asset record after verification of disposal by Purchasing.

q. Bid No. PC-200-98, CIP Nos. 61222 and 19640 - Public Works - Lynn Turner Road (Safety Improvements) - Award bid to the low bidder Steve’s Excavating & Paving, Inc., in the amount of $724,330, which includes acceptance of Alternates #2 and 3.

I-A-2 REAL ESTATE DEPARTMENT ITEMS:

a. Consider request of Jeffery Greenacre to acquire a portion of County-owned property located on the north side of Gunn Highway contiguous on the west side by his property and on the east side by Brushy Creek, to be used for additional parking, which will require rezoning; authorize the Real Estate Department to negotiate a purchase agreement subject to rezoning, and authorize the Director of the Real Estate Department to sign a rezoning application as owner of the petitioned property.

b. Approve agreement and authorize processing and acceptance of instruments of conveyance from H. Joy and T. Melvin Pace, in the amount of $26,130 for right-of-way along Bloomingdale Avenue, between Bell Shoals and Lithia Pinecrest.

c. Approve resolution to reserve a twenty-foot wide utility easement over County-owned land for use by the Water Department in the installation, operation, and maintenance of a reclaimed water transmission main, which is part of the Van Dyke/Dale Mabry Reuse System Interconnect project.

d. Convey a sidewalk easement agreement to the City of Tampa for the purpose of providing easement interest from the County along the easterly boundary of the Medical Examiner’s site located on Morgan Street.

e. Approve a Subordination, Non-Disturbance and Attornment Agreement with Madison Building, Inc. (Landowner) and Union Capital Investments, LLC, a Delaware corporation (Lender), pertaining to the leased office space at the Madison Building (412 Madison St.), which is being requested as part of the Landlord’s loan refinancing on the subject property.

f. Determine reasonable necessity to acquire fee simple road rights of way for the public purpose of widening and constructing improvements to Harney Road, from Morris Bridge Road to Interstate 75; adopt a resolution authorizing the acquisition of such property and property rights by eminent domain proceedings; 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.

g. Authorize expenditure of up to $590,500 as partial funding toward purchase of property owned by Violete McIntosh Massey and Fern McIntosh Leitner in the Massey/Zack ELAPP site, in conjunction with the ELAP Program and the interlocal agreement with the City of Plant City, and authorize staff to proceed in accordance with the interlocal agreement.

h. Approve license agreement with Life Investors Insurance Company of America, by and through AEGON USA Realty Management, Inc., its duly authorized agent, to allow the Development Services Division to temporarily occupy office space, free of charge, in the Westgate Plaza Shopping Center, located at Gunn Highway and Anderson Road in northwest Hillsborough County. (Backup to be provided under separate cover)

I-A-3 Approve the following budget amendment resolutions.

a. Management & Budget - Realign $619,953 within the General Fund to provide adequate funding to pay unanticipated insurance expenses.

b. Purchasing/Insurance & Claims - Appropriate $1,000,000 from reserves within the Workers’ Compensation subfund of the self insurance fund to allow for the estimated amount of indemnity, medical, allocated loss adjustment expenses for ongoing claim payments and case settlements through September 30, 1998.

I-A-4 Receive report on balances in the Reserve for Contingency accounts for the General Fund, MSTU Fund, and Library Fund.

I-A-5 Receive report regarding financial management.

I-A-6 Approve re-alignment of the FY 98 Budget of the Northpointe Special Dependent District.

I-A-7 That Blessed Hope Evangelistic Association, Inc.:

a. Approve cancellation of contract with That Blessed Hope Evangelistic Association, Inc., to provide a computer lab program, in the amount of $15,000, by exercising termination clause under Article VIII, Termination, in the contract. Program service is not available as Children’s Board canceled its contract to provide computers to this organization.

b. Management & Budget - Approve budget amendment resolution to realign funding in the amount of $15,000 as a result of termination of contract with That Blessed Hope Evangelistic Association, Inc.

I-A-8 Approve establishment of the Board of County Commissioners as Hillsborough’s Overall Economic Development Program (OEDP) Committee for the purpose of streamlining our current OEDP eligibility process while maintaining access to grants offered by the U.S. Department of Commerce Economic Development Administration (EDA). (Goal 1, Obj. 3)

I-A-9 Accept the $25,000 Grant from the United States, Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration for the Hillsborough County regional Workforce Development Board to provide a direct connective link between Title III job seekers (victims of mass layoffs and company closures) and local employers, with no County funds required.

I-A-10 Approve 1st modification to agreement with Hillsborough County WAGES Coalition, to extend the contract end date from June 30, 1998, to August 31, 1998, with an option for the County to extend the contract an additional 30 days upon written request from the WAGES Coalition and approval of the County Administrator; and increase the payment for the performance of the administrative functions from up to 7% to 10%. All funds pursuant to this agreement are federal Block Grant monies from the State, with no County funds required. (Goal 10, Objs. 1 & 5)

I-A-11 Approve Job Training Partnership Act (JTPA) Urban Development and Job Training Agreement with the City of Tampa, whereby the County will assume the assets, employees, and fund balances of the JTPA program previously operated by the City of Tampa. This agreement will complete the consolidation of City and County JTPA Programs. (Goal 12, Obj. 4)

I-A-12 Defer until June 24, 1998, at 4:30 p.m., report regarding regional services centers, as requested by Comm. Joe Chillura.

I-A-13 Hillsborough Heights Property Maintenance Building Improvements-Phase II (SBE Set-Aside Project):

a. Bid No. PC-171-98, CIP No. 54021 - Solid Waste - Award bid to the low bidder meeting specifications, Apollo Construction & Engineering Services, Inc., in the amount of $52,022.

b. Solid Waste - Approve budget amendment resolution to reappropriate $12,500 from the Solid Waste Reserve.

I-A-14 Citrus Park Venture:

a. Approve reimbursement in the amount of $391,651.50, in accordance with the Capital Contribution Front Ending Agreement (CCFEA), approved by the Board on November 15, 1995, to Citrus Park Community Development District for right-of-way acquisition expenditures for four County roads in northwest Hillsborough County (Northwest Regional Mall Projects-Sheldon Road, Paglen Road to Veteran’s Expressway; Paglen Road, Sheldon to Gunn Highway; Sheldon Road, Linebaugh Avenue to Paglen Road; Gunn Highway, Lynn turner Road to Veteran’s Expressway.

b. Real Estate - Approve budget amendment resolution to realign project’s funds.

I. B. HUMAN SERVICES

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

a. Children’s Services - Realign $5,955 for contractual receptionist services for the period of October 1, 1997, through February 1, 1998, with funds provided within existing budget.

b. Children’s Services - Accept and appropriate $132,420 from the State of Florida Department of Juvenile Justice during the period of May 1, 1998, through June 30, 1999, for provision of specialized central intake, residential and counseling services to runaway, ungovernable and truant adolescents through the Department of Children’s Services Child and Family Counseling Program.

c. Children’s Services - Reappropriate $4,145 in the Community Juvenile Justice Partnership Grant from Agency for Community Treatment Services (ACTS) for the final closing of the grant.

d. Health & Social Services - Realign $24,452 of the Florida Department of Health HIV/AIDS State General Revenue grant to comply with the Florida Department of Health’s revised state grant agreement.

I-B-2 Approve the 1998-99 interlocal agreement with the School Board of Hillsborough County on behalf of the Department of Children’s Services to provide an Educational Alternative Program for 40 dependent children at the Children’s Services Center from July 1, 1998, through June 30, 1999, at no cost to the County. (Goal 12, Obj. 1)

I-B-3 Approve the 1998-99 agency interlocal agreement with the Department of Children’s Services to provide an Educational Alternative Program for 24 children at the Haven W. Poe Runaway Center from July 1, 1998, through June 30, 1999, at no cost to the County.

I-B-4 Approve the 1998-99 agency agreement between the School Board’s Department of Exceptional Student Education and the Department of Children’s Services to provide a program for 105 exceptional student education students at the Children’s Services Center (Dorothy Thomas Exceptional Center) from July 1, 1998, through June 30, 1999, at no cost to the County.

I-B-5 Approve 1st modification to contract with Respitek, Inc., for provision of durable medical equipment and oxygen therapy services for eligible participants in the Hillsborough County Health Care Plan which increases the annual not-to-exceed contract amount from $67,776.50 to $122,776.50 for an increase of $55,000.

I-B-6 Approve agreement with Di’s Imani, Inc., for provision of transportation services to HIV+ individuals and their family members in Pinellas County in an amount not to exceed $35,862, for the period beginning March 1, 1998, and ending February 28, 1999, with no County funds required.

I-B-7 Approve and execute application to the Florida Department of Community Affairs and execute a Letter of Concurrence for eleventh year Federal Department of Justice funds to continue the County’s Edward Byrne Program for the period of October 1, 1998, September 30, 1999, in the amount of $1,034,332 ($775,749 Federal; $232,725 non-County match). Funds for the County’s cash match have been included in the FY 99 planned budget.

I-B-8 Approve 1st modification agreement to current Pharmacy Services contract with TDI Managed Care Services, Inc., d/b/a Eckerds Health Services (EHS) which increases the annual contract cap from $7,332,380 to $7,592,380 for an increase of $260,000 for the July 1, 1997, to June 30, 1998, period and authorize staff to implement up to three thirty-day contract extensions with individual monthly contract caps that do not exceed $675,000 while staff completes the procurement process for a new pharmacy service contract.

I-B-9 Approve modification to agreements with Catholic Charities, Diocese of St. Petersburg, Inc. (Catholic Charities), under the Ryan White CARE Act merging the three agreements into one. For the period beginning March 1, 1998, and ending February 28, 1999, the maximum amount payable for provision of housing assistance services is $111,284 for eligible HIV+ individuals in Pinellas County, with no County funds required.

I-B-10 Ratify the exercise of one-month renewal of the Interim Pharmacy Services contract with TDI Managed Care Services, Inc., d/b/a Eckerds Health Services up through and including June 30, 1997, at the same terms and conditions and increase the total not-to-exceed amount from $3,395,264.60 to $3,720,498.07, which is a total increase of $325,233.47.

I-B-11 Approve 1st amendment to agreement with USF College of Medicine providing for residents and fellows to work in the Medical Examiner Department.

I. C. COMMUNITY SERVICES

I-C-1 Approve the following budget amendment resolution.

a. Water - Realign $1,834,338 and reduce the current Utility System’s FY 98 budget by $1,828,319 in order to bring the budget in line with the FY 98 Rate Study.

b. Fire Rescue - Appropriate $40,000 from the Fire Impact Fee (northeast zone) reserve account to purchase capital equipment which will be utilized in this zone to increase capacity of people being served.

I-C-2 Approve the proposed Reclaimed Water Line-Extension for Valrico Grove with Sally L, Inc., to fund an extension of the County’s reclaimed water system to the Valrico Grove community at a maximum cost of $102,400 and in consideration of the developer’s promise to construct reclaimed water distribution facilities within the community and to contribute same to the County. (Backup to be provided under separate cover)

I-C-3 Approve modification agreement with Catholic Charities, Diocese of St. Petersburg, Inc., which modifies Article I, Scope of Services, and extends Article II, Period of Contract, from June 30, 1998, to June 30, 1999, to allow completion of planning and development activities for the San Jose Village, a planned residential community for low-income farm worker families in Dover.

I-C-4 Approve resolution assessing a lien in the amount of $4,612 against property located at 6420 SR 579, Seffner, for cost incurred by the County for demolition and removal of one-frame dwelling and removal of trash, junk, and debris.

I-C-5 Approve and execute agreement with the City of Tampa, which provides for them to accept ownership and maintenance of water mains installed in the CDBG USF Target Area once construction is completed. This agreement also identifies duties and responsibilities of both government agencies.

I-C-6 Approve agreement modification with the Florida Department of Community Affairs to increase the total amount of the Emergency Management, Preparedness and Assistance Trust Grant to $107,617.

I-C-7 Approve Change Order No. 1 (Final) to contract with Phoenix Home Builders, Inc., for the HCC (Plant City) Head Start facility exterior wood deck with metal canopy (SBE Set-Aside Project), decreasing contract amount by $5,513.42, as indicated in background.

I-C-8 Approve Change Order No. 1 to contract with Florida Remediation Services, Inc., for the Work Order Construction Services (WORCS) - Water/Wastewater Area contract, increasing the allowance in the contract for Cost History data work and establishing an alternate title for this contract, as described in Background. There is no additional cost to the overall contract.

I-C-9 Authorize Chair to execute the Pipeline Crossing Agreement with CSX Transportation providing for construction and maintenance of a thirty-inch reclaimed water main located at milepost SY-857.40 within railroad right-of-way on Sheldon Road.

I-C-10 Prepaid Capacity In Van Dyke WWTP:

a. Approved proposed Agreement for Purchase of Prepaid Capacity for the Van Dyke Service Area with Profundo, Inc., to purchase 171,867 gallons of prepaid wastewater treatment capacity at a price of $886,106.

b. Water - Approve budget amendment resolution to appropriate $886,106 from the Arbitrage Restricted 1988 Rate Stabilization Fund to fund the purchase.

I. D. COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR OFFICES

I-D-1 Approve rental agreement with SMG Corporation for use of the Ice Palace on July 9, 1998, for Countywide Employee Meeting at a cost of $1,000.

I-D-2 Approve a twelve-month no-cost extension to the FY 1995 Weed & Seed Grant to extend the termination date from September 30, 1997, to September 30, 1998, to complete the evaluation required by the Department of Justice.

I-D-3 Authorize rescheduling of workshop regarding School Board review of zoning petitions from June 3, 1998, to July 29, 1998, at 3:00 p.m.

I-D-4 Approve 1st modification to the HARTline performance audit contract with KPMG Peat Marwick by extending the contract time between the Notice to Proceed (N.T.P.) and the delivery of the draft performance audit report from 120 days from the N.T.P. to 180 days, and continue the requirement for the final report to be provided more than 60 days following receipt of the draft performance audit document at no additional cost to the County.

I-D-5 Approve the following budget amendment resolution: (Backup to be provided under separate cover)

a. Neighborhood Relations/Weed & Seed Program - Realign funds within the FY 97 (Federal) Weed & Seed Grant Budget (Year 4) as approved by the U.S. Department of Justice.

I. E. LEGAL SERVICES

I-E-1 Accept and execute Satisfaction of Claim of Liens for items listed in Background, for which payment has been made.

I-E-2 Authorize the County Attorney’s Office to file a lawsuit against James Dempsey to recover a County-owned portable carport.

I-E-3 Authorize the County Attorney’s Office to settle the claim of Sondra Brown-Hodges v. Hillsborough County, for settlement amount of $60,000.

I-E-4 Approve contract between Hillsborough County, the administrative entity for the WAGES Coalition of Hillsborough County Region 15 (the Coalition ), the Coalition, and the law firm of Salem, Saxon & Nielsen, P.A., to perform legal services on behalf of the Coalition, including but not limited to, assistance with the drafting, administering and negotiating of the Request for Proposal and contract for the future administrative entity/fiscal agent/grant recipient for the Coalition, from April 1, 1998, through June 30, 1998, using Federal/State funds. The contract is renewable by the County Purchasing Director for an additional period of up to three months in the event that the County is retained as the administrative entity for the Coalition beyond the duration of its current contract with the Coalition, which expires on June 30, with no County funds required.

I-E-5 Defer report regarding discussion with County Attorney, Sheriff’s Office, and Public Transportation Commission, regarding non-consensual towing fees. Requires additional staff work.

I-E-6 Approve payment of attorney’s fees of $1,830 to David Weisbrod and of $3,246 to the firm of Zuckerman, Spaeder, Taylor & Evans for legal services rendered to the County Attorney and her staff in connection with grand jury subpoenas related to the County Attorney’s Office’s representation of the Public Transportation Commission (PTC).

I. F. OTHER OFFICES

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

a. Environmental Protection Commission - Accept and appropriate $75,000 from the Pollution Recovery Trust Fund for Oak Utility; and, accept and appropriate $50,000 from the Gardinier Settlement Trust Fund for Oak Utility, with no General Revenue Funds required.

b. Environmental Protection Commission - Accept and appropriate $37,444 from the Pollution Recovery Trust Fund (Escrow Account) to fund a proposal entitled Cockroach Bay Seagrass Recovery , with no General Revenue Funds required.

c. Environmental Protection Commission - Accept and appropriate $2,500 from the Pollution Recovery Fund (Escrow Account) for Earth Day 1998, with no General Revenue funds required.

d. Environmental Protection Commission - Accept and appropriate $55,500 from the Pollution Recovery Fund (Escrow Account) for Museum of Science & Industry restoration project, with no General Revenue funds required.

e. Environmental Protection Commission - Accept and appropriate $28,775 for new Federal Grant Section 103 PM 2.5 Air Monitoring Program from EPA, with no County funds required.

f. Hillsborough County Sheriff - Appropriate $380,000 from the Florida Contraband Forfeiture Fund Reserve to allow expenditure of required percentages for crime prevention activities as directed by F.S. 932.7055 (4)(c) 3; and, realign $1,375,000 within the General Fund and M.S.T.U. Fund to accommodate unforseen expenditure of funds in several areas.

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

I-G-1 Receipt of Official Board Records:

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

b. Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse Trust Fund and Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse Alternate Source Fund Reports for month ended April 31, 1998.

c. State of Florida, Auditor General, Report #13242, an Operational Audit of the District Board of Trustees Hillsborough Community College for the period of July 1, 1996 through June 30, 1997. (To be filed in Board Records upon receipt into official records)

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

e. Hillsborough County, Tax Collector's Office, 1997 Real Estate Taxes Deferred by the Property Owners under the Homestead Property Tax Deferral Act. (To be filed in Board Records upon receipt into the Official Records)

f. Hillsborough County, Florida, Solid Waste Resource Recovery Enterprise Fund Interim Financial Report for the six months ended March 31, 1998. (To be filed in Board Records upon receipt into the official records)

g. Waterford Special Dependent District's Financial Statements and Independent Auditors' Report as of September 30, 1997. (To be filed in Board Records upon receipt into the official records)

h. Westchase Community Development District's Local Government Annual Financial Report and Management Letter, and Management Letter Comments. (To be filed in Board Records upon receipt into official records.

I. Proposed Budget for Fiscal Year 1998-99 which the Board of Supervisors adopted for the following Community Development Districts: (To be filed in Board Records upon receipt into official records)

• Fishawk
• Lake St. Charles

j. Proposed Budget for Fiscal Year 1998-99 for the following Community Development Districts. Each District will schedule a public hearing in sixty days to adopt the same. (To be filed in Board Records upon receipt into official records)

• Cory Lakes
• Citrus Park
• Parkway Center

k. Minutes of meetings of the following Community Development Districts. (Minutes to be filed in Board Records upon receipt into the official records)
• Arbor Greene - April 8, 1998
• Citrus Park - February 12, 1998
• Tampa Palms Open Space and Transportation - March 17, 1998
• Westchase East - March 3, 1998, Re: Tri-Party Agreement Between Westchase East C.D.D., Westchase C.D.D., and Westbrook/Westchase for Construction of the Maintenance Facility.

I-G-2 Satisfaction and Release of Claims covering payment of costs for guardianship cases as listed in agenda backup.

I-G-3 Approve deletion of capital equipment items by various departments as indicated in agenda backup.

I-G-4 Approve submission of a certified application to the Department of Revenue for the County to be considered for funds to be distributed in Fiscal Year 1998-99, under the Revenue Sharing Act, as required by Florida Statutes 218.26(4).

I-G-5 Approve warrants and direct deposits issued under date of May 26 - June 1, 1998

I-G-6 Approve minutes:

Workshop/Less than FeeApril 08, 1998
Regular MeetingApril 15-16, 1998
Land UseApril 21, 1998
Workshop/Stormwater IssuesApril 22, 1998
WS and PH/WCRWSA Governance IssuesApril 22, 1998

II. AUDIENCE COMMENTS

* * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *

REGULAR AGENDA

III. PUBLIC HEARINGS
(Time Certain)

III-1 Consider amendment to Street Lighting Ordinance 92-26, which would add six new lighting service classifications. (Advertised to be heard at 2:00 p.m.)

III-2 Public hearing on West Coast Master Water Supply Projects. (Relates to V-C-1, to be heard at 5:00 p.m.)

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)

V. A. MANAGEMENT SERVICES

V-A-1 Approve purchasing items and authorize execution of contracts if applicable.

a. RFQ No. C-535-97 - Water - Water Resource Operations Advisor - Approve evaluation team’s ranking of the two firms as identified in Background; approve selection of and authorize contract with, Water Resource Associates, Inc., for a one-year period beginning with the executive date of contract in an annual amount not to exceed $100,000. At the sole option of the County, this contract may be extended for four additional one-year periods at the same terms and conditions. (Deferred from April 15 meeting)

V. B. HUMAN SERVICES

V. C. COMMUNITY SERVICES

V-C-1 Presentation on several West Coast Master Water Supply projects. (Relates to III-3, to be heard at 4:00 p.m.) (Backup to be provided under separate cover)

V. D. COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR OFFICES

V-D-1 Renewal of One-cent gas tax. (Backup to be provided under separate cover)

V-D-2 Performance Audits:

a. Modify the performance audit program and process in accordance with the recommendations provided in the accompanying staff report.

b. Report regarding revised policy concerning numbers of appointments to the Performance Audit Independent Review Committee. (Deferred from May 20 meeting)

V. E. LEGAL SERVICES

V. F. OTHER OFFICES

V-F-1 Approve revision to the County-Wide Voluntary Affirmative Action Plan.

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

V-G-1 County Audit Report #71, Weed & Seed Grants Financial and Compliance Audit.(To be filed in Board Records upon receipt into the official records)

V-G-2 County Audit Report #72, The Greater Tampa Chamber of Commerce, Inc., Sale of lots in Tampa Industrial Park. (To be filed in Board Records upon receipt into the official records) (To be heard at 2:15 p.m.)

VI. COMMISSIONERS' SECTION

VI-1 Discussion 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.

VI-4 Discussion regarding the indigent dental care contract issue. (Comm. Chillura) (To be heard at 11:15 a.m.)

VI-5 Discussion regarding transferring the Public Transportation Commission as a unit under the County Administrator. (Comm. Hart) (To be heard at 2:30 p.m.)

VII. STAFF REPORTS

VII-1 Report regarding future alternatives to Federal Lobbying.

VII-2 Report regarding encouraging the construction of cisterns as an alternative water source.

VII-3 Westchase Middle School review of dedication issues, as requested by the BOCC on May 6, 1998

ADDENDUM TO JUNE 3, 1998 AGENDA

OFF-THE-AGENDA ITEMS:

V-C-2 Oversizing of offsite force-main required to serve the Westwood Lakes residential project.

VI-3a Letter received from Jerry W. Koehler, Ph.D., Chairman, concerning the Blue Ribbon Committee on County Finances.

VI-6 Discussion regarding letter of support for S.1222, Estuary Habitat Restoration Partnership Act. (Comm. Platt)

DEFERRALS/DELETIONS:

I-C-2 DELETE FROM AGENDA - Proposed "Reclaimed Water Line-Extension for Valrico Grove".

CORRECTIONS TO AGENDA:

I-A-1h Correct Agenda to include - bid to purchase lumber products for a six-month period with the low responsive and responsible bidder, The Home Depot of Tampa, in the estimated award amount not to exceed $69,923.45, in the six month period.

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

I-A-1g Bid regarding Wimauma Water System Phase I-Transmission. (Comm. Platt)

I-A-2a Request to acquire a portion of County-owned property to be used for additional parking, which will require rezoning. (Comm. Platt)

ITEMS SCHEDULED TO BE HEARD AT A TIME CERTAIN:

11:15 a.m. VI-4 Discussion regarding the indigent dental care contract issue. (Comm. Chillura)

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

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

2:00 p.m. III-1 Consider amendment to Street Lighting Ordinance 92-26, which would add six new lighting service classifications.

2:15 p.m. V-G-2 County Audit Report #72, The Greater Tampa Chamber of Commerce, Inc., Sale of lots in Tampa Industrial Park.

2:30 p.m. VI-5 Discussion regarding transferring the Public Transportation Commission as a unit under the County Administrator. (Comm. Hart) *

4:00 p.m. V-C-1 Presentation on several West Coast Master Water Supply projects.

5:00 p.m. III-2 Public hearing on West Coast Master Water Supply Projects.


* 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




Contact Hillsborough Television at 276-2674 if you plan a video or computer
presentation in the Board Room. You will need to provide the videotape or
laptop computer to HTV a full day before your presentation.