Archived Agendas

Wednesday, April 7, 1999, 9:00 AM
County Center, 2nd Floor

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INVOCATION AND PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

INTRODUCTION OF SUSAN ADAMS, DIRECTOR, PLANNING AND GROWTH MANAGEMENT

PROCLAMATION DECLARING THE MONTH OF APRIL AS SOUTHERN HERITAGE MONTH.

PROCLAMATION COMMEMORATING APRIL 13, 1999, AS YOM HASHOAH, A DAY OF REMEMBRANCE, FOR ALL THE VICTIMS OF THE HOLOCAUST.

PLAQUE PRESENTED TO WILLIAM E. LAX, REGIONAL WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT BOARD, APRIL 1996-APRIL 1998.

CERTIFICATE OF APPRECIATION PRESENTED TO CAROL C. PAINE, DISTRICT 6 HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES BOARD, DECEMBER 1997-JANUARY 1999.

PRESENTATION OF AWARD, IN RECOGNITION OF THEIR EXTRAORDINARY EFFORTS IN ACCELERATING THE DESIGN AND LAND ACQUISITION PHASES OF THE PROVIDENCE ROAD WIDENING PROJECT, TO MIKE McCARTHY, REBECCA McQUIRE, ANTHONY HAYNES, JEFF HERNDON, ROSS FERNANDEZ, AND JOHN LESTER.

PRESENTATION OF AWARD, IN RECOGNITION OF THEIR EXTRAORDINARY EFFORT REQUIRED TO COMPLETE THE WIDENING OF FIVE MILES OF ROADWAY LEADING TO THE CITRUS PARK TOWN CENTER, TO TOM MUELLER, ANTHONY HAYNES, RAY LEON, ALI BOOSHEHRI, ANTHONY LETO, AND RICHARD CRATE.

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

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

AUDIENCE COMMENTS WILL BE HEARD IMMEDIATELY FOLLOWING CHANGES TO THE AGENDA.

APPROVAL OF CONSENT AGENDA.

CONSENT AGENDA

I. A. MANAGEMENT SERVICES

I-A-1 PURCHASING ITEMS:

a. Bid No. C-147-96 - Water - Laboratory Services For Biomonitoring Water Program - Acute And Chronic Toxicity Testing - Approve 2nd renewal of contract with Whole Effluent Toxicity Testing Laboratories, Inc., for a one-year period beginning April 22, 1999, and ending April 21, 2000, in an amount not to exceed $73,050, at the same terms and conditions as existing contract.

b. Bid No. P-286-98 - Water - Purchase Of 4" and 6" Diesel Powered Centrifugal Pumps - Approve additional purchase of one 6" vacuum assisted, self priming diesel powered centrifugal pump, from Acme Dynamics, Inc., Valrico, in the amount of $17,211.

c. Bid No. C-578-99, CIP No. 40956 - Public Works/Stormwater Management - Moon/ Robertson Phase I Drainage Improvements - Award bid to the low bidder meeting specifications, Steve's Excavating & Paving, Inc., in the amount of $199,997. (Written material will be provided under separate cover)

d. Bid No. T-583-99 - Public Works/Roadway Maintenance Division - Emulsified Liquid Asphalt - Award bid for a two-year period to the sole bidder, E. A. Mariani Asphalt Company, Tampa, in the estimated amount of $65,856. This is a Hillsborough County Governmental Purchasing Council Bid.

e. Bid No. T-596-99 - Parks and Recreation - Sports Lighting Fixtures And Lamps - Award bid for a one-year period to the low responsive and responsible bidder, Mayer Electric Supply, Tampa, in an amount not to exceed $74,025. This is a Hillsborough County Governmental Purchasing Council Bid.

f. File No. S-635-99 - Health & Social Services - Emergency Purchase Of HealthCare Services - Ratify action of the County Administrator in declaring an emergency and authorizing payment to Ventcore Hospital, in the amount of $35,000.

g. File No. SP-007-99 - Fleet Management - Sale Of Surplus Vehicles And Miscellaneous Equipment - Declare surplus and authorize disposal of tangible personal property consisting of 19 items of surplus vehicles and miscellaneous equipment pursuant to Section 274.06, Florida Statutes, by public auction. Further, authorize the BOCC Clerk to remove this property from the asset inventory records upon verification of disposal by Purchasing.

h. File No. S-602-99 - Health & Social Services - Backup Transportation Contract - Approve sole source with MMG Transportation Inc., for provision of backup door-to-door transportation services for the Specialized Transportation Program for the period April 8, 1999, through April 6, 2000, at a cost not to exceed $200,000. Service will be purchased at zone rates ranging from $7 to $30 per one-way trip depending on origin/destination.

I-A-2 REAL ESTATE DEPARTMENT ITEMS:

a. Adopt resolution authorizing conveyance of a Quit Claim Deed to the Southwest Florida Water Management District (SWFWMD) on a 0.14 acre portion of Hillsborough County's 12.98 acre Baker Creek Park site on Lake Thonotosassa. The subject property lies along the easterly shoreline of the park site and within the west 1/2 of the waters of Baker Creek Canal. Also, accept a Quit Claim Deed from the Tampa Port Authority which will serve to clear title and release any and all underlying interest as held by said authority on the property being conveyed by Hillsborough County to SWFWMD.

b. Approve and authorize execution of a Short Form of License Agreement for recording purposes with National Data and Communication of Florida. An agreement was previously approved by the Board on February 3, 1999, and it provides for installation of a monopole tower at a fire station site, located on the east side of Dale Mabry Highway, south of Moran Road.

c. Accept donation of a perpetual utility easement with rights of ingress and egress from Pardo Investments, Inc., a Florida Corporation, for the purpose of providing service and maintenance to a Backflow Preventor. The subject property is located on the west side of North Dale Mabry Highway, 200 feet north of Van Dyke Road.

d. Adopt resolution for the public purpose of setting aside a 10 acre tract on Falkenburg Road for use as additional jail facility property.

e. Accept a perpetual utility easement from Capital One Services Inc., for service of traffic signal devices. The proposed easement is located on the east side of Henderson Road and approximately 1/2 mile north of Waters Avenue.

f. Approve a one-year renewal of the sub-lease with the State of Florida Department of Labor and Employment Security for space occupied by the Economic Development Department (Employment & Training Division), at 205 South Moon Avenue, Brandon, and authorize the Chairman to execute the notification letter. The monthly rent for the 1,013 square feet of space will remain at $1,345.60 per month, which equates to $15.94/square foot.

g. Approve agreement and authorize acceptance of instruments of conveyance from the Church of Christ Eastside Congregation, Inc., in the amount of $210 for a temporary easement for the C.R. 579 Watermain Interconnect.

h. Accept deeds for two pump station sites in the Cheval development, from Profundo, Inc., a Florida Corporation, and authorize their recording. The pump station sites are part of the County's wastewater utility system and are being conveyed by donation.

I-A-3 Approve the following budget amendments.

a. Economic Development - Accept and appropriate $1,075,000 in additional Welfare-to-Work funds for the operation of the Welfare-to-Work program. These funds will support the operation of the Welfare-to-Work program from the date of their acceptance through September 27, 2001. This is a formula grant from the U.S. Department of Labor, with no County funds required.

b. Economic Development - Accept and appropriate $10,000 in additional Job Training Partnership Act (JTPA) funds. These funds will support operation of the JTPA program from the date of their acceptance through June 30, 1999, with no County funds required.

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

I-A-5 Approve 2nd modification to contract with Knowledge Alliance for provision of occupational training to increase total contract amount by $70,000 to an amount not to exceed $270,000, using Federal/State funds.

I-A-6 Approve agreement with the Boys & Girls Club of Tampa Bay, Inc., which provides for the joint funding of a private sector summer jobs program for some 470 youth, operated by the Boys & Girls Clubs of Tampa Bay, Inc., in an amount not to exceed $75,000 from the County for the period of April 12, 1999, through August 12, 1999. The City of Tampa is scheduled to contribute $55,000.

I-A-7 Defer until May 5, 1999, report regarding the Tampa Foreign Trade Zone Board, Inc., (FTZ). (Continued from March 17 meeting)

I-A-8 Approve re-alignment of the FY 99 budget of the Boyette Springs Special Dependent District.

I-A-9 Approve re-alignment of the FY 99 budget of the Brandon Groves North Special Dependent District.

I-A-10 Impact Fees:

a. Approve reimbursement of $1,780,000 in school impact fees to the Hillsborough County School Board for the purchase of the Fishhawk High School Site.

b. Capital Program Administration - Approve budget amendment appropriating funds from the Reserves in the School Site Dedication Program South Impact Assessment Trust Fund ($4,969) and the Countywide School Impact Fee Fund ($1,775,031).

I-A-11 Report on February 1999 Financial Summary.

I-A-12 Hillsborough County Crisis Center:

a. Approve third modification agreement with Hillsborough County Crisis Center, Inc. in the amount of $913,251 increasing the current contract by $69,976 to support increased costs associated with psychiatric patient transportation, forensic medical examinations for rape victims and facility operation.

b. Realign $69, 976 to provide funding for the third modification agreement with Hillsborough County Crisis Center. Funding is provided from funds set aside for emergency equipment.

I-A-13 Billing And Collection Services For Fire Rescue:

a. RFP No. C-192-98 - Fire Rescue - Approve novation agreement with Sky Asset Management Services, Inc., and award request for proposal for a one-year period to Sky Asset Management Services, Inc. The contractor will receive a fee of 6.45% of the actual dollars collected, 1.95% bonus fee for monies collected in excess of a 75% collection rate, and a $7,500 set-up fee for completing all required work in strict accordance with the requirements specified in this contract. This contract contains three one-year renewal options at the sole discretion of the County, at the same terms and conditions.

b. Fire Rescue - Approve budget amendment to realign $75,935 within the Fire Rescue personnel services and operating budget to appropriate the estimated cost of this contract for the remainder of FY 99. This contract eliminates 5 positions within the Fire Rescue Fiscal Control section.

I-A-14 Defer until April 21 report regarding implementation schedule related to defining service standards and performance based management, as requested by the BOCC during its workshop on March 10, 1999.

I. B. HUMAN SERVICES

I-B-1 Approve the following budget amendment.

a. Equal Opportunity Administrator - Reappropriate Fair Housing grant totaling $33,073 to allow for expenditure of the remaining grant funds, with no County funds required.

I-B-2 Approve new license/lease agreement for the Senior Citizens Nutrition and Activity Program to conduct operations at the J. L. Young and Bethune hi-rise senior apartment buildings operated by the Tampa Housing Authority, with no County funds required.

I-B-3 Florida Yards and Neighborhoods:

a. Approve purchase order with Southwest Florida Water Management District for the period of October 1, 1998, to September 30, 1999, for reimbursement of $2,000 for Florida Yards and Neighborhoods programming to help protect water resources.

b. Cooperative Extension Service - Approve budget amendment to accept and reappropriate purchase order funds totaling $2,000 for Florida Yards and Neighborhoods Program, with no County funds required.

I-B-4 Approve 2nd modification to interlocal agreement with the City of Tampa Fire Department, for provision of basic and advanced medical transportation services for eligible participants in the Hillsborough County Health Care Plan, which increases the annual not-to-exceed amount of the contract from $78,000 to $98,000, for a net increase of $20,000 effective for the period beginning October 15, 1997, up to and including October 14, 1998, and each annual renewal term thereafter that is exercised. These invoices were originally submitted to the Department within 90 days of the expiration date of the initial contract period in accordance with the terms of the contract.

I-B-5 Child Care Licensing Services:

a. Approve letter of agreement with the School Board of Hillsborough County to reimburse the Child Care Licensing Program $5,000, for costs incurred to provide consultation classes for new child care providers.

b. Health & Social Services - Approve budget amendment to accept and appropriate $5,000 from the School Board of Hillsborough County to reimburse the Child Care Licensing Program for costs incurred to provide consultation classes.

I-B-6 Approve coordination contract with Mental Health Care, Inc., for transportation disadvantaged services for clients of Boys & Girls Clubs for the period of April 7, 1999, through April 6, 2002. The contract provides form Mental Health Care, Inc. to provide transportation for its clients and comply with state and local requirements for these services. Services are funded through other sources available to the agency, with no County funds required.

I-B-7 Community Services Block Grant FY 1999:

a. Approve modification no. 2 amending the County's current fiscal year 1999 Community Services Block Grant (CSBG) agreement with the State of Florida Department of Community Affairs to increase total funding level by $121,500 ($101,136 federal funds; $20,364 in budgeted County funds as required match).

b. Health and Social Services - Approve budget amendment to accept and appropriate $101,136 in federal funds and realign $20,364 of previously budgeted funds from the County Supplement CSBG Program to provide the additional required cash match as approved in modification no. 2 to the FY 99 Community Services Block Grant.

I-B-8 Approve and execute a Certification of Participation notifying the Florida Department of Community Affairs of Hillsborough County's intent to serve as the coordinating unit of government for the planning and expenditure of $782,661 in federal Edward Byrne Memorial State and Local Law Enforcement Assistance Formula Grant Program funds to continue the County's Drug Control and System Improvement Program for FY 2000.

I-B-9 Approve a tri-party agreement with the 13th Judicial Circuit and Agency for Community Treatment Services (ACTS) for the period of October 1, 1998, through September 30, 1999, for continuation of ACTS/Juvenile Drug Court Program at a total cost of $463,689, consisting of $347,767 in Department of Justice Federal Funds and $115,922 in required non-County match provided by ACTS, with no additional County funds required.

I-B-10 Approve agreement for Baker Act Services with the Hillsborough County Crisis Center, Inc., for operation of the suicide and rape crisis hotline and for counseling of rape crisis victims, in an amount not to exceed $21,574 for the period October 1, 1998, through September 30, 1999. This agreement also provides for automatic annual renewal, beginning on October 1 of each subsequent year, contingent upon Hillsborough County Crisis Center, Inc., being selected by the State of Florida as a Baker Act Services provider. The renewals are to be at the same terms and conditions of the previous year, unless terminated or otherwise modified.

I-B-11 Approve agreement with the Agency for Community Treatment Services, Inc., (ACTS) for provision of Baker Act substance abuse related services for the period October 1, 1998, through September 30, 1999, in the annual not-to-exceed amount of $133,745.

I-B-12 Approve 2nd modification to agreement with MMG Transportation, Inc., for coordination of Medicaid transportation. This 2nd modification replaces rates attachment with revised rates as directed by the Agency for Health Care Administration which funds this service.

I. C. COMMUNITY SERVICES

I-C-1 Approve resolution assessing a lien in the amount of $10,715 against property located at 3804 Highway 301 North, for cost incurred by the County for demolition and removal of nine dilapidated mobile homes and removal of trash, junk and debris.

I-C-2 Approve agreement with the City of Plant City which provides Community Development Block Grant funding for activities approved in the HUD Consolidated Planning Document in the amount of $458,642.

I-C-3 Approve interlocal agreement with the City of Plant City for the County to provide Emergency Medical Services (EMS) to the city for the three-year period of October 1, 1999, through September 30, 2002.

I-C-4 Approve standard Youth Serving Organizations Agreement to be executed by the Youth Serving Organizations which use County park sports facilities and approve resolutions which resolves to hold the County to the terms and conditions of the standard agreement.

I-C-5 Approve and execute novation agreement for miscellaneous park and design services with Hanbury Evans Newill Vlattas Valladarez & Company, LLC, (The Valladarez Group), to assign all responsibilities of existing contract with The Valladarez Group to Hanbury Evans Newill Vlattas Valladarez & Company, LLC, pursuant to a change in company name.

I-C-6 Approve modifications to the Local Mitigation Strategy Contract as requested by the State Division of Housing and Community Development and authorize the Chairman to sign the revised contract.

I-C-7 Approve setting a public hearing for April 21, 1999, at 2:00 p.m. to consider public comment for use of State Community Development Block Grant funds associated with the Presidential Declared El Nino Disaster.

I-C-8 Appoint Mr. Dennis R. Long to a three-year term as a Hillsborough County Land Use Hearing Officer for Vested Rights effective April 7, 1999, and approve contract, in an amount not to exceed $50,000 per year.

I-C-9 Approve Change Order No. 1 to contract with Dolphin Constructors, Inc., for construction of the Twelve Oaks Subdivision Traffic Calming Plans contract, increasing the contract amount by $31,872.56, with no change to contract time.

I-C-10 Approve Change Order No. 1 to contract with Bulger Contracting Company, for construction of the Rice Road Extension (Park Road to Coronet) project, decreasing contract amount by $9,520.53, with no change in contract time.

I-C-11 Approve Change Order No. 2 (Final) to contract with Hubbard Construction Company, for construction of the Henderson Road, from north of Waters to Linebaugh Avenue Roadway Improvement Project, decreasing contract amount by $4,800 with no change to contract time.

I-C-12 Approve cooperative funding agreement with the Southwest Florida Water Management District for the Lake Egypt Stormwater Pollution Prevention Project. The County's cost for the first year's program will be $12,750.

I-C-13 Montague Street:

a. Approve amendment to the Capital Improvement Program to provide the total funding required to construct Montague Street from Hillsborough to Waters Avenue. This amendment will permit construction to occur in 1999 and 2000 instead of constructing Phase I in 1999, and Phase II in 2003, as currently approved in the Capital Improvement Program.

b. Public Works/Engineering Division - Approve budget amendment to realign funds in the amount of $1,717,000 to cover anticipated costs in FY 99. The remainder $626,000 will be appropriated in FY 00. The additional $2,343,00 will come from projects that are no longer needed due to developer construction and from cost savings on completed projects. Total project cost is $3,343,000.

I-C-14 Lake Monitoring and Management Program:

a. Public Works/Engineering Division - Approve budget amendment to realign $7,425 for a reduction in the amount of funding to be received from the Southwest Florida Water Management District (SWFWMD) through a cooperative funding agreement for the Lake Monitoring and Management Program.

b. Re-approve the limited duration position of an Environmental Scientist II as the Lake Monitoring Coordinator.

I-C-15 Approve Change Order No. 1 (Final) to contract with Islander Construction Services, Inc., for the West Tampa Neighborhood Service Center re-roofing and air conditioning project, decreasing contract amount by $9,392.56 as indicated in Background.

I-C-16 Approve renewal of standing agreement with The University of Florida to conduct LAKEWATCH water quality monitoring on area lakes. The County's financial obligation for the contract is $75,350. The County will be reimbursed for 50% ($37,675) of this cost through the Cooperative Funding Agreement with the Southwest Florida Water Management District for the Hillsborough Lake Monitoring Program.

I-C-17 Authorize Chairman to execute agreement with CSX Transportation providing for upgrading of existing grade railroad crossings on C. A. Bugg Road, Forbes Road, Jerry Smith Road, Keysville Road, Sydney Dover Road, Sydney Washer Road, and Turkey Creek Road, for an amount not to exceed $35,000.

I-C-18 Adopt proposed schedule of BOCC Public Hearing dates for Tampa Bay Water Projects, located in Hillsborough County, as presented in report.

I. D. COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR OFFICES

I-D-1 Public Art Plan:

a. Approve Public Art Plan developed by the Public Art Committee in accordance with Ordinance 89-32 as amended by Ordinance 94-3 that totals $717,173 including $223,061 in funds carried over from FY 98.

b. Communications - Approve budget amendment to appropriate and realign funds to bring budgets in line with the plan.

I-D-2 Approve 2nd modification to the Parks and Recreation Department performance audit contract with Valiente, Hernandez & Company, by extending the contract time between the draft report and the delivery of the final performance audit report from four weeks following the formal exit conference to May 3, 1999, which is approximately nine weeks at no additional contract cost to the County.

I. E. LEGAL SERVICES

I-E-1 Approve setting a public hearing for April 21 at 2:00 p.m. to amend the County's Water Use Restriction Ordinance 91-27, as amended, to create a penalty system whereby if a user has not violated the County's Water Use Restriction Ordinance for three consecutive years from the date of his/her last violation, that user's next violation will be considered his/her first offense.

I-E-2 Reject settlement offer in the case of Elizabeth and Richard Miller v. Hillsborough County, Case No. 98-5702 Div. A, for the settlement amount of $190,000.

I-E-3 Approve recommendation of the County Attorney's Office to appoint Richard Davis, Esquire, to serve as a Special Master for the Request for Relief filed by Peter and Roy N. Geraci, pursuant to Section 70.51, Florida Statutes.

I. F. OTHER OFFICES

I-F-1 Approve the following budget amendments.

a. Court Administrator - Realign $20,750 in the Local Law Enforcement Block Grant Fund and authorize refund of $2,571.41 to the County General Fund and $18,178.59 to the State of Florida.

b. Environmental Protection Commission - Realign $44,727 within the Pollutant State System Compliance Grant to allow for previous year transactions to be adjusted in FY 99.

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

I-G-1 Receipt of Official Board Records: (Reports to be filed in Board Records upon receipt into official records)

a. Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse Trust Fund and Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse Alternate Source Fund reports for the month ended January 31, 1999.

b. Tampa Port Authority combined financial statements and independent auditors' report for fiscal year ended September 30, 1998.

c. Hillsborough County Board of County Commissioners Investment Information as of February 28, 1999.

d. Annual financial statements and independent auditor's report for fiscal year ended September 30, 1998, for the following Community Development Districts, pursuant to Florida Statutes 189.418:

$ Fishhawk
$ Lake St. Charles
$ Westchase

e. Hickory Hill Special Dependent Tax District financial statements and independent auditor's report for fiscal year ended September 30, 1998, pursuant to Florida Statutes 218.32 (1)(b).

f. Tampa Bay Water 1999 Special Dependent Public Facilities Report, pursuant to Florida Statutes 189.415.

g. In accordance with Florida Statutes 218.32 and 373.507, Southwest Florida Water Management District comprehensive annual financial report for the fiscal year ended September 30, 1998, including the supplementary financial statements pursuant to OMB Circular A-133, and the management letter pursuant to the Rules of the Auditor General for the State of Florida, and annual local government financial report fiscal year 1997-1998.

h. Solid Waste Resource Recovery Enterprise Fund interim financial report for the three months ended December 31, 1998.

i. MOSI Foundation monthly financial statements for the month of February 1999, as required by R95-138.

j. MOSI Foundation audited financial statements for fiscal years ended September 30, 1998 and 1997, as required by R95-138.

k. In compliance with Florida Statute, Section 195.087, second budget amendment for the Hillsborough County Tax Collector for the period October 1, 1998, through September 30, 1999, as submitted to the Department of Revenue, Tallahassee.

I-G-2 Satisfaction and release of claims/judgment covering payment of costs for guardianship cases as listed in agenda backup.

I-G-3 Approval to delete capital equipment items from County inventory by various departments as indicated in agenda backup.

I-G-4 Approve budget amendment to appropriate post audit adjustments for fiscal year 1998, as determined by the County's outside Auditors and the Finance Department and adjust actual account balances in the current fiscal year 1999 budget which were impacted by the post audit fiscal year 1998 adjustments that were posted as fiscal year 1998 transactions.

I-G-5 Approve warrants and direct deposits issued under dates of March 30 through April 5, 1999, to be released April 7, 1999. Ratify March 23, 1999, preapproval to release warrants and direct deposits issued under dates of March 23-29, 1999.

I-G-6 Approve minutes:

Goal Setting Meeting February 11, 1999
Regular Meeting February 17, 1999
Public Meeting/Transportation February 18, 1999
Land Use February 23, 1999
WS/Water Issues and Health Care Strategic Plan February 24, 1999
Town Hall Meeting February 25, 1999
Regular Meeting March 03, 1999

II. AUDIENCE COMMENTS

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REGULAR AGENDA

III. PUBLIC HEARINGS
(Time Certain)

IV. SCHEDULED APPEARANCES
(Time Certain)

1:30pm IV-1 Personal appearance by Carol Mays, Chair, Community Action Board, regarding proposed funding change in the Community Services Block Grant formula and its impact on services in Hillsborough County. This change is scheduled to begin in fiscal year 2000.

V. A. MANAGEMENT SERVICES

V-A-1 Receive report and approve staff recommendation on the Ice House Property at 818 E. Zack Street.

V-A-2 Approve in concept the resolution and program for Hillsborough County's retention program for Y2K mission critical personnel. (Written material will be provided under separate cover)

V. B. HUMAN SERVICES

V. C. COMMUNITY SERVICES

V-C-1 Ratify staff's and the Hearing Master's interpretation of the Board's current policy that the area of affected residents to be petitioned for a given location where traffic calming measurers are being considered may be an area smaller than the subject travel route as defined in the manual; and approve amended resolution adopting a revised Residential Traffic Control Handbook which clarifies the language regarding the determination of the area of affected residents consistent with staff's interpretation and revises other various provisions to bring the manual current and to provide clarity.

V. D. COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR OFFICES

V-D-1 Approve scheduling of the following workshop: (requires super majority vote):

a. Joint workshop between the BOCC and the Public Safety Coordinating Council to discuss the Felony Adult Assessment Center.

V-D-2 Review Bill and consider taking BOCC position, regarding HB 405, County Government/Charter Commission, by Rep. Harry Goode, which has passed the House Community Affairs Committee. The bill provides the composition of Charter Review Boards, including the requirement that Constitutional Officers have appointments on the Charter Review Board. The companion to this bills SB 984, has not yet received a hearing. The bill, an amendment adopted by the Committee, and the bill analysis are in agenda backup for review.

V-D-3 Adopt as Hillsborough County's vision, its mission which is to provide effective, quality service at a reasonable cost with courtesy, integrity and ac-countability in a manner which pro-tects and en-hances the quality of life of our diverse population, and support this vision with the adoption of the community and organizational values presented in the accompanying materials.

V-D-4 Position for Community Services Office:

a. Authorize the re-establishment of a third Assistant County Administrator position.

b. County Administrator - Approve budget amendment to realign $35,168 in the Countywide General Fund from the Public Works Department budget to the County Administrator's budget to cover the cost of the third ACA, support staff, capital equipment and operating needs for the period August through September 1999.

V. E. LEGAL SERVICES

V-E-1 Direct the County Attorney to draft amendments to Ordinance 96-13 regarding Court Filing Fees and set the amendments for a public hearing on May 5, 1999, at 2:00 p.m.

V. F. OTHER OFFICES

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

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 Continuation of discussion from March 17, 1999, BOCC meeting regarding: ethics issues relating to Florida Olympics 2012.

1:45pm VI-5 Discussion regarding title loan companies and the financial difficulties they cause unsuspecting Florida consumers. (Comm. Wacksman)

VI-6 Discussion regarding an ordinance governing abandoned shopping carts/ similar to the City of Temple Terrace ordinance. (Comm. Wacksman)

VI-7 Discussion regarding BOCC position on Mobility MIS, Transportation Priorities and Funding. (Comm. Hart)

VII. STAFF REPORTS

VII-1 Report regarding restructuring of Preservation 2000 and Florida Forever and Florida Stewardship. (Written material will be provided under separate cover)

VII-2 Report regarding financial implications of reducing the intangibles tax.

VII-3 Report regarding upgrade of Solid Waste and Resource Recovery Refunding Revenue Bonds.

LIST OF ITEMS SCHEDULED FOR A TIME CERTAIN:

1:30pm IV-1 Personal appearance by Carol Mays, Chair, Community Action Board.

1:45pm VI-5 Discussion regarding title loan companies and the financial difficulties they cause unsuspecting Florida consumers. (Comm. Wacksman)

Prepared April 6, 1999, 3:06pm

ADDENDUM TO APRIL 7,1999 AGENDA

OFF-THE-AGENDA ITEMS:

DEFERRALS/DELETIONS:

VI-4 Continuation of discussion from March 17, 1999, BOCC meeting regarding: ethics issues relating to Florida Olympics 2012 - DEFER UNTIL APRIL 21 MEETING - Per request of Comm. Platt.

VI-7 Request by Comm. Platt to defer until April 21 the discussion regarding BOCC position on Mobility MIS, Transportation Priorities and Funding.(Comm. Hart's item)

CORRECTIONS TO AGENDA:

I-B-6 CORRECT TO READ - for transportation disadvantaged services for clients of Mental Health Care, Inc. for the period of April 7, 1999 through April 6, 2002. The contract provides for Mental Health Care, Inc. to provide transportation for its clients and comply with state and local requirements for these services. Services are funded through other sources available to the agency; with no County funds required.

MOVE FROM CONSENT TO BE HEARD AT 11:00 A.M.

ITEMS SCHEDULED TO BE HEARD AT A TIME CERTAIN:

11:00 a.m. Items moved from Consent Section

11:50 a.m. Convene Special EPC Meeting for ratification of the Southwest Florida Water Management District's Minimum Flows and Levels Rules.

1:30 p.m. IV-1 Personal appearance by Carol Mays, Chair, Community Action Board.

1:45 p.m. VI-5 Discussion regarding title loan companies and the financial difficulties they cause unsuspecting Florida consumers. (Comm. Wacksman) *

2:00 p.m. VI-6 Discussion regarding an ordinance governing abandoned shopping carts, similar to the City of Temple Terrace Ordinance (Comm. Wacksman) *

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

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