Archived Agendas

Wednesday, June 16, 1999, 9:00 AM
County Center, 2nd Floor

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INVOCATION AND PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

PROCLAMATION DECLARING THE WEEK OF JUNE 20-26, 1999, AS "CODE ENFORCEMENT OFFICERS APPRECIATION WEEK" IN HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, ACCEPTED BY DON SHEA.

PLAQUE PRESENTED TO ED RADICE, DIRECTOR, PARKS & RECREATION DEPARTMENT, FOR HIS CONTRIBUTIONS TO YOUTH SOCCER LEAGUE, BY LAURA TUCKER, PRESIDENT, TOWN AND COUNTRY YOUTH SOCCER LEAGUE.

SECOND PLACE AWARD TO THE WATER DEPARTMENT FOR OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY FROM THE TAMPA AREA SAFETY COUNCIL, ACCEPTED BY RHONDA WALKER.

FIRST PLACE SAFETY AWARD TO THE VAN DYKE WASTEWATER TREATMENT PLANT FROM THE FLORIDA WATER ENVIRONMENT ASSOCIATION, ACCEPTED BY JOE PHILLIPS.

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. RFQ C-487-97 - Economic Development Department - Training For Participants Enrolled In Titles IIA, IICC, And III Of The Job Training Partnership Act - Approve renewal of contracts with (a) ROMAC International, Inc., $200,000; (b) Suncoast Learning Center, $75,000; (c) Educational Training Center, $75,000; (d) Roadmasters Driving School, Inc., $300,000; (e) National Aviation Academy, $75,000; (f) School District of Hillsborough County, $600,000; (g) Florida Career Institute, $100,000; (h) Education America d/b/a Tampa Technical Institute, $100,000; (i) Hillsborough Community College, $900,000; (j) Webster Tech, $100,000; (k) Diesel Institute of America, $300,000; and, (l) Knowledge Alliance d/b/a Network Education Center, $200,000 for a one-year period beginning July 11, 1999, through July 10, 2000, in the not-to-exceed amounts as listed.

b. RPS No. 99-1907 - Public Works - Selection Of Design Professionals - Sidewalk Master Plan - Select Sprinkle Consulting, Inc., (aka SCI), the firm ranked number one in the following list of firms deemed to be the most highly qualified to perform the required services for the Sidewalk Master Plan for unincorporated Hillsborough County:

1. Sprinkle Consulting Inc. (aks SCI)
2. Tindale - Oliver & Associates, Inc.
3. Tampa Bay Engineering, Inc.

Also, approve the Professional Services Agreement which has resulted from negotiations with SCI for performance of the required services for this project, at a cost not to exceed $145,408.25.

c. Bid No. C-149-98 - Health & Social Services - Agreement For Provision Of Cemetery Services - Approve a name correction to the sole source agreement with Stewart Enterprises, Inc., d/b/a Memorial Park Cemetery Services, correcting the name to read Memorial Park Cemetery, Inc., d/b/a Chapel Hill Cemetery.

d. Bid No. C-224-98 - Information & Technology Services Department - Repair & Upgrade Services For Computer Workstations And Peripherals - Approve renewal of existing contract with Ikon Office Solutions Technology for a one-year period beginning July 6, 1999, and ending July 5, 2000, in an amount not to exceed $295,575 at the same terms and conditions of existing contract.

e. Bid No. PC-514-99 - Public Works - Countywide Road Resurfacing Program (FY99) - Approve renewal with (a) Couch Construction, L.P. for Area I, $1,000,000; (b) J.W. Conner & Sons, Inc. for Area II, $1,000,000; (c) APAC-Florida, Inc., for Area III, $1,530,000; and, (d) Couch Construction, L.P. for Area IV, $1,000,000, all for an additional one-year period or maximum amount as listed as explained in Background.

f. Bid No. C-577-99 - Parks & Recreation Department - Northdale Community Center - Award bid to the low bidder meeting specifications, Michael G. Young Contractor, Inc., in the amount of $841,000. Further, reject bid submitted by South Dixie Builders, Inc., for reasons indicated in Background; and authorize staff to pursue appropriate legal remedies to protect the County's rights and interests in this matter.

g. RSP No. S-584-99 - Water Department - Valrico Road Advanced Wastewater Treatment Expansion - Select Malcolm Pirnie, the firm ranked number one in the following list of firms deemed to be the most highly qualified to perform the required services:

1. Malcolm Pirnie
2. Montgomery Watson
3. Camp Dresser & McKee

Further, authorize staff to negotiate with the selected firm and, if necessary, with additional firms as provided in the Consultants' competitive Negotiation Act, Section 287.055, Florida Statutes.

h. Bid No. P-623-99 - Fleet Management Department - Purchase Of One Diesel Powered Mini-Excavator And One Transport Trailer - Reject all bids received for reasons stated in Background.

i. Bid No. P-640-99 - Public Works Department - Purchase Of Solar Powered School Flashers - Reject all bids for reasons stated in Background.

j. Bid No. C-641-99 - Water Department - Oakview Estates Wastewater percolation Pond Site Reclamation - Award bid to the low bidder meeting specifications, Harvey-Taddeo, Inc., in the amount of $219,982.

k. Bid No. P-647-99 - Fleet Management /Library Services Departments - Purchase Of One Step Van, Diesel Powered - Award bid to the lowest bidder meeting specifications, Kaiser Pontiac Buick GMC, in the amount of $34,501. This is a Hillsborough County Governmental Purchasing Council Bid.

l. File No. P-696-99 - Fire Rescue Department - Emergency Purchase Of Four Brush Truck Skid Units - Ratify the action of the County Administrator in declaring an emergency and authorizing the Director of Purchasing to implement emergency bidding procedures in expediting purchase with Ten-8 Fire Equipment, Inc., in the amount of $79,584.

m. File No. T-671-99 - Animal Services - Purchase Of Sodium Pentobarbital - Approve sole source with Vortech Pharmaceuticals, Dearborn, Michigan, for a two-year period in the estimated amount of $37,500.

n. File No. SP-011-99 - State of Florida Public Health Unit - Declare surplus and authorize conveyance of 23 computers to the Charlotte County Health Department, as authorized by Section 274.11 and 274.05, Florida Statutes. Further, authorize the Clerk-BOCC to remove this property from the inventory asset record. (Deferred from June 2 meeting)

o. File No. SP-012-99 - Fleet Management - Sale Of Surplus Vehicles And Miscellaneous Equipment - Declare surplus and authorize disposal of tangible personal property consisting of 78 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 and asset record after verification of disposal by Purchasing.

I-A-2 REAL ESTATE DEPARTMENT ITEMS:

a. Approve lease with NRG investments, Inc., for 1,470 square feet of office space at 264 Apollo Beach Boulevard, in Apollo Beach, for use by the Employment & Training Division. The lease term is for three years, beginning July 1, 1999, but can be terminated by the County after one-year, as future plans are to relocate this office to the Ruskin Neighborhood Service Center, upon its completion. The monthly rent is $1,718.67, which equates to $14.03 per square foot. This is a full service lease.

b. Release the County's leasehold interest by Quit Claim Deed to Temple Terrace Golf and County Club, the Temple Terrace Golf and County Club has subordinated to the County their leasehold interest over permanent easement areas required for the Bullard Parkway, Ridgedale to 78th Street road widening project, as defined in the agreement between the City of Temple Terrace and the Temple Terrace Golf and County Club, approved by the Board on January 6, 1999.

c. Approve easement agreement granted by Barry Pilkington as Trustee to Crescent Resources, Inc., and Hillsborough County for the Falkenburg Road Extension Project (between Palm River Road and Leroy Selmon Expressway) and authorize staff to accept instruments of conveyance.

d. Approve a (revised) fifty-year land lease with the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT), for approximately 11.3 acres of land near US 41 and Lutz Lake Fern Road, which will be leased to the County for park purposes. The Board previously approved the leasing of property on January 6, 1999; however, the Florida Department of Transportation subsequently requested revisions to the lease.

e. Adopt resolution declaring the entire property surplus; subject to the County reserving a utility easement over the access right-of-way; and, accept a high bid of $14,250 from Timothy Priestley for the property and also reject low bids from Albert F. Wirth for $6,6013.58 and Robert C. Marsh for $5,105 for the same property; and, authorize conveyance to the high bidder for the Sunlake Boulevard Water Plant property and release the oil and mineral rights reservation in accordance with the resolution; and, reserve a utility easement over the access right-of-way.

f. Approve a purchase agreement and authorize acceptance of instruments of conveyance from Metropolitan Life Insurance Company, in the amount of $82,700 for right-of-way along the south side of Bloomingdale Avenue, between Bell Shoals and Lithia Pinecrest Road.

g. Accept conveyance of a 5' x 5'' perpetual utility easement being donated by Church of God at Gibsonton, n/k/a East Bay Church of God for the purpose of providing the easement area necessary for Hillsborough County to service the meter facility to be located on their property along Gibsonton Drive.

h. Convey to the City of Tampa a 10' x 35'' utility and access easement for the purpose of relocating an existing fire hydrant facility at University Community Hospital and authorize staff to accept a release document from the City of Tampa, in a form acceptable to the Real Estate Department and County Attorney's Office, for the prior fire hydrant location. The property is owned by Hillsborough County with a lease held by University Community Hospital.

i. Approve and authorize execution of a disclosure statement for the Department of Management Services, State of Florida. This complies with the requirements of the Florida Statutes where the State is a tenant. The tenant is the Attorney General's office space in the 700 Twiggs Building.

j. Pursuant to Section 125.37, Florida Statutes, adopt resolution authorizing the exchange of real property with Moss Templeton Property Partnership, and authorize the execution, processing and acceptance of the instruments of conveyance. The transaction provides Hillsborough County with needed right-of-way for the Linebaugh Avenue, Plantation to Dale Mabry Highway project in exchange for surplus County-owned land valued at $98,800.

k. Defer until September 1, 1999, request to continue to implement the approved Board policy to locate four regional service centers in the northwest, east (Brandon), south and Plant City areas.

l. Defer until July 22, 1999, request to adopt proposed board policy superseding Board Policy 08.01.00.01 regarding use of County-owned real estate to include a reference to the use of alcoholic beverages on County-owned property.

I-A-3 Approve the following budget amendment.

a. Real Estate Department/Facilities Division - Realign $75,000 from the Allotment for Legislative Acts account (Countywide General Fund) and transfer these funds to the Facilities Management Division of the Real Estate Department to provide funds to manage the office relocation effort.

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 Receive Status Report Grant Applications In-Process.

I-A-6 Receive report regarding update on Year 2000 Compliance.

I-A-7 Approve the following actions concerning the City of Tampa's participation in the Workforce Investment Act program: (Written material will be provided under separate cover) (Continued from June 2 meeting)

a. Terminate the existing interlocal agreement with the City of Tampa (Job Training Partnership Act Urban Development and Job Training Transfer Agreement)
b. Approve a new interlocal agreement with the City of Tampa which specifies the role of the City Workforce Investment Act Program
c. Dissolve the Hillsborough County Regional Workforce Development Board effective June 30, 1999.
d. Establish and make appointments to the Hillsborough County Workforce Board effective July 1, 1999, pursuant to the provisions of the Workforce Investment Act and the new interlocal agreement with the City.

I-A-8 Terminate interlocal agreement among Hillsborough County, the Mayor of the City of Tampa, and the Jobs & Education Partnership Workforce Development Board (JEP Board), which specifies the roles of the parties to the agreement under the Job Training Partnership Act (JTPA); and, approve the memorandum of understanding with the Hillsborough County Workforce Board, which specifies the roles of these parties under the Workforce Investment Act, with no County funds required. (Continued from June 2 meeting)

I-A-9 Approve the Workforce Investment Act five-year plan for Hillsborough County, and, in partnership with the Hillsborough County Workforce Board, submit the plan to the Division of Jobs and Benefits, State of Florida, for review and approval by the State Workforce Board acting on behalf of the Governor with effective dates of July 1, 1999, through June 30, 2004. The plan addresses policy and operation of workforce service delivery to Hillsborough County residents. (Continued from June 2 meeting)

I-A-10 Defer until August 4 the following reports regarding Blue Ribbon Committee recommendations:

a. 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. (Deferred from June 2 meeting)
b. Report on developing a process that will lead to community indicators. (Deferred from June 2 meeting)
c. Report regarding policy for County services to be delivered in an efficient and cost effective manner.
d. Report regarding the Board of County Commissioners' adopting a policy that decisions will be made based on data. (Blue Ribbon Committee Workshop on March 10)

I. B. HUMAN SERVICES

I-B-1 Approve the following budget amendment.

a. Aging Services - Appropriate $9,707 in Co-Pay revenue collected in the 97/98 program year for the Department of Aging Services' ADIR Program for the period July 1, 1998, through June 30, 1999, with no County funds required.

I-B-2 Approve the Library's application for a grant from the State of Florida, Department of Education, under the Family and Adult Literacy Act of 1998.

I-B-3 Alzheimer's Disease Initiative Adult Day Care And Respite Programs:

a. Approve standard contract 2000-1 with the West Central Florida Area Agency on Aging, Inc., which provides $368,724 of State General Revenue funds to continue the Department of Aging Services' Alzheimer's Disease Initiative Adult Day Care and respite Care Programs for the period of July 1, 1999, through June 30, 2000. total program cost is $488,093 of which $368,724 is State General Revenue funds and $119,369 is Additional County Support for twelve months.

b. Aging Services - Approve budget amendment to accept and appropriate $368,724 in State General Revenue funds for the Department of Aging Services' Adult Day Care and Respite Care Programs for the period July 1, 1999, through June 30, 2000, as per Contract #ADI 2000-1 with the West Central Florida Area Agency on Aging (WCFAAA); and appropriate $29,555 in Additional County Support (ACS) for the ADI Adult Day Care Program for the three month period of July 1, 1999, through September 30, 1999.

I-B-4 LSP Homemaker Services's Standard Contract:

a. Approve standard contract with the West Central Florida Area Agency on Aging, Inc., to continue the Department of Aging Services' Homemaker Services Program for the period of July 1, 1999, through June 30, 2000. Total program cost is $784,175 of which $135,093 is State General Revenue, and $649,082 Additional County Support (12 months).

b. Aging Services - Approve budget amendment to accept and appropriate $135,093 in State General Revenue funds for the Department of Aging Services' Homemaker Local Service program for the period July 1, 1999, through June 30, 2000, as per contract #LSP 2000-1 with the West Central Florida Area Agency on Aging and appropriate $160,500 in Additional County Support for this program for the period of July 1, 1999, through September 30, 1999.

I-B-5 Home Care For The Elderly Standard Agreement:

a. Approve standard agreement 2000-1 with the West Central Florida Area Agency on Aging, Inc., which provides $817,725 of State General Revenue funds to continue the Department of Aging Services' Home Care for the Elderly Program for the period of July 1, 1999, through June 30, 2000. Of the $817,725 State General Revenue funds, $159,929 is allocated to Aging Services for provision of case management and $657,796 is a spending authority for subsidies for caregivers to continue in-home care and is managed by CCE Lead Agency. $153,607 in additional County support funds which are budgeted in the CCE ACS budget support the HCE Program for the period of July 1, 1999, through June 30, 2000.

b. Aging Services - Approve budget amendment to accept and appropriate $159,929 in State General Revenue Funds for the Department of Aging Services' Home Care for the Elderly program for the period July 1, 1999, through June 30, 2000, as per contract #HCE 2000-1 with the West Central Florida Area Agency on Aging.

I-B-6 Approve 2nd amendment to contract with the State of Florida Department of Juvenile justice for provision of specialized central intake, residential and counseling services to runaway, ungovernable and truant adolescents through the Child and Family Counseling Program during the period of June 16, 1999, through June 30, 2000.

I-B-7 Approve 3rd amendment to contract with the State of Florida Department of Juvenile Justice for provision of specialized central intake, residential and counseling services to runaway, ungovernable and truant adolescents through the Child and Family Counseling Program during the period of June 16, 1999, through June 30, 2000, at a cost of $6,498,901 ($3,134,890 State and $3,364,011 County).

I-B-8 Approve the Head Start grant proposal for federal funds in the amount of $13,821,648 from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services for the period of October 1, 1999, through September 30, 2000. A required County match of $2,205,429 will be necessary.

I-B-9 Approve contract with the State of Florida Department of Children and Families for reimbursement up to a maximum of $100,440 to the County for residential group care services for Foster Care children, provided by the Department of Children's Services from July 1, 1999, through June 30, 2000.

I-B-10 Children's Services Dormitory:

a. Approve resolution to include the Children's Services Dormitory-Roof and HVAC replacement within the FY 99 Capital Improvement Program.

b. Children's Services - Approve budget amendment to appropriate $210,000 of ad valorem funds to facilitate the earliest commencement and completion of the work during FY 99.

I-B-11 Approve contract with the Department of Children & Families for Child Care Licensing during the period from July 1, 1999, through June 30, 2000, consisting of grant funds totaling $165,000.

I-B-12 Homeless Recovery Grant-In-Aid Funds:

a. Approve contract with the Florida Department of Children & Families for the continuation of case management services to homeless in the amount of $49,664 in state funds, $16,555 required in-kind match from County budgeted funds totaling $66,219, for the period July 1, 1999, through June 30, 2000.

b. Health and Social Services - Approve budget amendment to accept and appropriate an increased grant award of $49,212 ($36,195 state and $12,417 budgeted County in-kind funds) to reflect actual grant amount from the Florida Department of Children & Families Homeless Recovery Grant-in-Aid fund, with no additional County funds required.

I-B-13 Approve supplemental grant agreement with the Florida Commission for the Transportation Disadvantaged providing for a transfer of $235,000 in grant funding from transportation services to capital equipment to replace five vehicles and upgrade scheduling software for the Specialized Transportation Program.

I-B-14 Authorize an exception to the County's Purchasing Policy that allows the Health and Social Services Department, with the assistance of the Purchasing Department and the County Attorney's Office, to negotiate directly with current Hillsborough County Health Care Plan providers and other interested health care providers for provision of inpatient and outpatient hospital services and inpatient physician services. Negotiated contracts will be within the Department's approved budgetary limits will be brought before the Board for final approval.

I. C. COMMUNITY SERVICES

I-C-1 Approve the following budget amendment.

a. Community Improvement - Reappropriate $34,720 of HUD Special Purpose Grant for Migrant Workers (La Estancia); and, reappropriate $950,000 from the U.S. Department of HUD Economic Development Initiative funds for the Hillsborough County Ruskin Tropical Aquaculture Laboratory.

I-C-2 Approve modification of agreement with Alliance for Affordable Housing, Inc., to extend the period of the agreement from July 1, 1999, through June 30, 2000.

I-C-3 Approve and execute agreement for educational services and facilities usage between the Hillsborough County School Board and Hillsborough County Fire Rescue for school year 99/00.

I-C-4 Approve interlocal agreement for the 1999 Summer Enrichment program with the City of Tampa and School Board in the amount of $130,700.

I-C-5 Approve amendment to Department of Environmental Protection Contract extending the Riverview Civic Center Erosion Control project completion date by six months.

I-C-6 Approve the following budget amendment. (Written material will be provided under separate cover)

a. Planning and Growth Management - Appropriate $96,163 of departmental funds from the Building Department Fund Reserves to provide for the establishment of a conveniently located satellite office for issuance of sub-permits associated with building construction and authorize three additional staff positions, as discussed during the Streamlining workshop and included in the current FY Budget. (FY98 Goal 5, Obj. 5.1 & 5.4)

I-C-7 Authorize the Chairman to execute the inter-jurisdictional road maintenance and operations agreement for fiscal year 1999 through 2001 with the City of Tampa for maintenance and operation of County roads and bridges within the corporate limits City of Tampa. The annual cost of this agreement is $331,425.

I-C-8 Approve and execute novation agreement between Chitester Management Systems Inc., Chitester and Associates and Hillsborough County, to assign all responsibilities of the existing contract with Chitester and Associates to Chitester Management Systems Inc., pursuant to a change in company name.

I-C-9 Approve license agreement with Goodwill Industries which permits them to place a manned collection container at the Hillsborough County Northwest County Community Collection Center to collect reusable items from residents who deliver non-processable items to the Hillsborough County Northwest County Community Collection Center.

I-C-10 Approve agreement with Tampa Bay Water to reimburse Hillsborough County up to $100,000 for development and implementation of the County's Hydrobiological Monitoring Program for the Alafia River and Tampa Bypass Canal/Hillsborough River High Water Projects and requiring each party to allow the other party access to the process by which each develops and implements their Hydrobiological Monitoring Program.

I-C-11 Approve setting a public hearing for August 4, 1999, at 2:00 p.m. to adopt the amendments to the Hillsborough County Industrial Wastewater Discharge Regulation Ordinance No. 93-12, and accompanying Industrial Pretreatment Program Escalating Enforcement Procedures Resolution No. R93-0122, as required by the Federal and State Mandated Pretreatment Program.

I-C-12 Receive report on MOSI/All People's Life Center. (Requested during May 19 meeting)

I. D. COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR OFFICES

I-D-1 Receive performance auditing status report on the impact of process changes adopted in June 1998.

I-D-2 Defer report regarding meeting with Tampa Bay History Center and Mayor regarding discussion on future plans for center until after follow-up meeting on June 21. (Continued from May 19 meeting)

I. E. LEGAL SERVICES

I-E-1 Authorize the County Attorney's Office to settle the case of Mary R. Meeks and Milton L. Meeks v. Hillsborough County and Susan Keiser Milton , Case No. 97-7019, Div. I, for the settlement amount of $20,000.

I-E-2 Approve settlement of the Declaratory Action regarding the Mann-Wagnon Park for the terms set forth in the settlement agreement drafted by the County Attorney's Office with the advice and consent of the remaining parties to the declaratory action pending in the Circuit Court of Hillsborough County.

I-E-3 Defer until June 30 report on insurance coverage that would cover legal fees for employees who are sued as part of their job.

I-E-4 Defer until June 30 report regarding amendment to Ordinance No. 97-14 to allow the use of alcoholic beverages in County parks. (Deferred from May 19 meeting)

I. F. OTHER OFFICES

I-F-1 Approve the following budget amendments.

a. Court Administration - Appropriate $126,588 for a Traffic Hearing Officer program. Funds are provided by a grant in aid from the Office of the State Court Administrator for $63,293.60 and matching funds in the amount of $63,293.60 are provided from the Traffic Hearing Officer Trust.

b. Court Administration - Appropriate a grant in aid from the State Court Administrator to pay the costs of Special Public Defenders in the amount of $124,738, reduce the current budget by $124,738, and increase the general fund contingency by $124,738.

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. List of Lands Available for Taxes in accordance with Florida Statute 197.502(7).

b. Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse Trust Fund and Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse Alternate Source Fund reports for the month ended April 30, 1999.

c. Hillsborough County Property Appraiser fiscal year 1999-2000 budget in the amount of $8,997,217, as submitted to the Department of Revenue, Tallahassee, in accordance with Florida Statute 195.087.

d. Proposed budget for fiscal years 1999-2000 for the following Community Development Districts, pursuant to Florida Statute 190.008(2)(b). Each district will schedule a public hearing in sixty days to adopt the budget.

• Arbor Greene
• Cheval West

I-G-2 Approval to delete capital equipment items from County inventory as indicated in agenda backup.

I-G-3 Approve record destruction request 791 to destroy records for BOCC Records Department pursuant to Florida Statute 28.33. Destruction will be in accordance with State Division of Library and Information Services procedures and approved by the County Attorney's Office.

I-G-4 Approve establishment of petty cash fund in the amount of $50.00 for the Water Department South Pump Station Maintenance Team.

I-G-5 Approve warrants and direct deposits issued under dates of June 8-14, 1999.

I-G-6 Approve minutes:

Regular Meeting May 05, 1999
Land Use May 11, 1999
Workshop/Joint Citizens Advisory Committee and
Blue Ribbon Committee Recommendations May 12, 1999
Workshop/Streamlining Zoning Process and
Blue Ribbon Committee Recommendations May 12, 1999
Workshop/Civil Service Pay Plan May 18, 1999
Public Hearing/Infrastructure Assessment Unit Ordinance May 20, 1999
Public Hearing/Comprehensive Plan Amendment May 20, 1999
Land Use May 25, 1999

II. AUDIENCE COMMENTS


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REGULAR AGENDA

III. PUBLIC HEARINGS
(To be heard at 11:30 a.m.)

III-1 Consider amending resolutions R97-241 to provide for the pledge of Community Investment Tax revenues to the Series 1999 Bonds for Court Facilities.

III-2 Consider amending resolutions R98-266 to provide for the pledge of Community Investment Tax revenues to the Series 1999 Bonds for Court Facilities.

III-3 Consider adopting the final assessment resolutions required by Ordinance 96-7 to create the Capacity Assessment Units described as : Northwest Water Capacity Assessment Unit 99201, Northwest Water and Wastewater Capacity Assessment Unit 99203, Central Water and Wastewater Capacity Assessment Unit 99206, South Water Capacity Assessment Unit 99207, South Water and Wastewater Capacity Assessment Unit 99209, VanDyke Capacity Assessment Unit 99210, to impose capacity assessments against property therein and to approve the capacity assessment rolls.

IV. SCHEDULED APPEARANCES
(Time Certain)

11:50am IV-1 Appearance by Mr. Tom Morrison, Counsel for the Hillsborough County Industrial Development Authority, concerning an application for $36,000,000 Private Activity Bond (IDA) Financing from Senior Care Group, Inc. a 501(c)(3) company. (Deferred from June 2 meeting)

10:45am IV-2 Appearance by Tampa Bay Water representatives requesting the Board consider their conceptual proposal for the purchase of approximately 148 acres of County land for the proposed Reservoir site, purchase of perpetual easement not to exceed 50 feet in width adjacent to the northeasterly boundary of the Read ELAPP site, purchase of a 50 foot wide perpetual easement for the existing northwest transmission pipeline in the Citrus Park area, and granting of a conservation and preservation easement across approximately 275 acres of land along the Long Flat Creek corridor in the vicinity of the Balm Boyette Scrub site thereby providing a portion of an important habitat link between the Balm Boyette Scrub and the Fish Hawk site at no cost to the County's ELAP Program. (Continued from June 2 meeting)

V. A. MANAGEMENT SERVICES

11:30am V-A-1 Adopt a resolution (a) approving the form of a preliminary official statement for the Court Facilities Revenue Bonds, Series 1999, in connection with the financing of the Court Facilities Improvement Project; (b) approving the forms of a final notice of sale and bid form; and, (c) delegating to the County Administrator the authority to negotiate with and select a bond insurer, to deem final the preliminary official statement, and to award the bonds to the best conforming bid. In addition, approve an amendment to Bond Resolution R99-100 adopted on June 2, 1999.

11:30am V-A-2 Approve the following budget amendment.

a. Debt Management - Appropriate the proceeds of the Court Facilities Revenue Bonds, Series 1999, and various revenues and appropriations committed by the 13th Judicial Circuit Court to the funds and accounts established by Bond Resolution R99-100 for the flow and uses provided therein.

V-A-3 Determine that construction of a group home for Joshua House by the Children's Home Society is new growth and subject to the assessment of impact fees; declare payment of impact fees on behalf of applicant as a public purpose; consistent with the Board of County Commissioners' previous actions regarding Joshua House, appropriate by majority vote, in accordance with BOCC Policy 03.02.05.00, $2,703 from the General Fund Reserve for Contingency for the payment of impact fees.

V. B. HUMAN SERVICES

V-B-1 Community Care For Elderly:

a. Approve standard contract with the West Central Florida Area Agency on Aging, Inc., for the Department of Aging Services' Community Care for the Elderly Program for the period of July 1, 1999, through June 30, 2000. Total program cost is $2,191,300 of which $1,234,698 is State General Revenue, $137,188 local Required Match ($72,306 Cash & $64,882 In-Kind); and, $819,414 Additional County Support for twelve months.

b. Aging Services - Approve budget amendment to accept and appropriate $1,234,698 in State General Revenue funds and $137,188 ($72,306 Cash & $64,882 In-Kind) for the Department of Aging Services' CCE Program for the period July 1, 1999, through June 30, 2000, as per Contract #CCE 2000-1 with West Central Florida Area Agency on Aging, Inc.; and, appropriate $184,889 in Additional County Support of which $82,591 requires a super majority vote, in accordance with BOCC Policy 03.02.05.00 from the General Fund Reserve for Contingency for this program for the period of July 1, 1999, through September 30, 2000.

V. C. COMMUNITY SERVICES

V-C-1 Upper Tampa Bay Trail: (Deferred from June 2 meeting)

a. Revise scope of the Upper Tampa Bay Trail to eliminate Phase IIB from the County's Capital Improvement Program, and realign the funding and revise the schedule for all UTBT CIP projects, as described in Attachments A and B.

b. Planning and Growth Management - Approve budget amendment to realign $533,000 in CIP funds among UTBT projects to match scope.

V-C-2 Approve transmittal of County candidate transportation projects to Metropolitan Planning Organization for consideration of federal funding programmed by the Metropolitan Planning Organization in the MPO's Transportation Improvement Program.

V-C-3 Approve interlocal agreement with HARTline, City of Tampa, and Florida Department of Transportation for funding for 1999. (The approval of this interlocal is updated and consistent with the previously approved agreement approved by the BOCC in 1998 and the funds allocated to HARTline in the currently adopted budget.) (This will be discussed during the budget workshop)

V. D. COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR OFFICES

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 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.

10:00am VI-4 Discussion regarding site preparation taking place on a parcel of land in Town ‘N Country, just north of Channel G, and west of Webb Road. (Comm. Wacksman)

VII. STAFF REPORTS

10:00am VII-1 Abandoned shopping carts status report.

VII-2 Report regarding problem of being land locked due to building of church. (Deferred from June 2 meeting) (Written material will be provided under separate cover)

VII-3 Report on final determination of BOCC requested State appropriations.

LIST OF ITEMS SCHEDULED FOR A TIME CERTAIN:

10:00am VI-6 Discussion regarding site preparation taking place on a parcel of land in Town N' Country, just north of Channel G, and west of Webb Road. (Comm. Wacksman)

VII-1 Abandoned shopping carts status report.

10:45am IV-2 Appearance by Tampa Bay Water representatives requesting the Board consider their conceptual proposal for the purchase of approximately 148 acres of County land for the proposed Reservoir site.

11:15am Items removed from Consent Section.

11:30am Public Hearings and related items:

III-1 Consider amending resolutions R97-241 to provide for the pledge of Community Investment Tax revenues to the Series 1999 Bonds for Court Facilities.

III-2 Consider amending resolutions R98-266 to provide for the pledge of Community Investment Tax revenues to the Series 1999 Bonds for Court Facilities.

V-A-1 Preliminary official statement for the Court Facilities Revenue Bonds, Series 1999, in connection with the financing of the Court Facilities Improvement Project.

V-A-2 Approve the following budget amendment.

a. Debt Management - Appropriate the proceeds of the Court Facilities Revenue Bonds, Series 1999, and various revenues committed by the 13th Judicial Circuit Court to the funds and accounts established by Bond Resolution R99 for the uses provided therein.

III-3 Final assessment resolutions required by Ordinance 96-7 to create the Capacity Assessment Units described in agenda item.

11:50am IV-1 Appearance by Mr. Tom Morrison, Counsel for the Hillsborough County Industrial Development Authority, concerning an application for $36,000,000 Private Activity Bond (IDA) Financing from Senior Care Group, Inc. a 501(c)(3) company. (Deferred from June 2 meeting)

1:30pm - 4:30 pm Budget Workshop

ADDENDUM TO JUNE 16 AGENDA

OFF-THE-AGENDA ITEMS:

DEFERRALS/DELETIONS:

CORRECTIONS TO AGENDA:

I-A-2e Rejected low bid for surplus County-owned property from Albert F. Wirth - CORRECT OFFER - to $6,013.58.

I-E-4 Report regarding amendment to Ordinance No. 97-14 to allow the use of alcoholic beverages in County parks - CORRECT DEFERRAL DATE TO JULY 22 -

MOVE FROM CONSENT TO BE HEARD AT 11:15 A.M.

I-B-14 County's Purchasing Policy that allows the Health and Social Services Department to negotiate directly with current Hillsborough County Health Care Plan providers and other interested health care providers. (Comm. Hart)

ITEMS SCHEDULED TO BE HEARD AT A TIME CERTAIN:

10:00 a.m. VI-4 Discussion regarding site preparation taking place on a parcel of land in Town N' Country, just north of Channel G, and west of Webb Road. (Comm. Wacksman)

VII-1 Abandoned shopping carts status report.

10:45 a.m. IV-2 Appearance by Tampa Bay Water representatives requesting the Board consider their conceptual proposal for the purchase of approximately 148 acres of County land for the proposed Reservoir site.

11:15 a.m. Items removed from Consent Section.

11:30 a.m. Public Hearings and related items:

III-1 Consider amending resolutions R97-241 to provide for the pledge of Community Investment Tax revenues to the Series 1999 Bonds for Court Facilities.

III-2 Consider amending resolutions R98-266 to provide for the pledge of Community Investment Tax revenues to the Series 1999 Bonds for Court Facilities.

V-A-1 Preliminary official statement for the Court Facilities Revenue Bonds, Series 1999, in connection with the financing of the Court Facilities Improvement Project.

V-A-2 Approve the following budget amendment.

a. Debt Management - Appropriate the proceeds of the Court Facilities Revenue Bonds, Series 1999, and various revenues committed by the 13th Judicial Circuit Court to the funds and accounts established by Bond Resolution R99-100 for the uses provided therein.

III-3 Final assessment resolutions required by Ordinance 96-7 to create the Capacity Assessment Units described in agenda item.

11:50 a.m. IV-1 Appearance by Mr. Tom Morrison, Counsel for the Hillsborough County Industrial Development Authority, concerning an application for $36,000,000 Private Activity Bond (IDA) Financing from Senior Care Group, Inc. a 501(c)(3) company. (Deferred from June 2 meeting)

1:30 p.m. - 4:30 p.m. Budget Workshop


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