Archived Agendas

Wednesday, September 15, 1999, 9:00 AM
County Center, 2nd Floor

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INVOCATION AND PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

SPECIAL PRESENTATION SECTION.

PROCLAMATION DESIGNATING OCTOBER 23-31, 1999 AS NATIONAL RED RIBBON/DRUG AWARENESS WEEK.

APPROVAL OF 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.

A. CONSENT AGENDA

***County Administrator's Organization***

Aging Services

1-1 Community Care for the Elderly:

1. Approve Amendment #1 to Standard Contract between West Central Florida Area Agency on Aging (WCFAAA) Inc. for Community Care for the Elderly (CCE) Program for the period of July 1, 1999 - June 30, 2000, which increases the State funds by $470,011 and Required Cash Match by $52,224, establishes a goal of $42,078 for co-payment collection in the 99/00 CCE program, and includes a provision to insure Y2K compliance. The revised total Program cost is $2,713,535 of which $1,704,709 is State General Revenue, $189,412 local Required Match ($124,530 Cash & $64,882 In-Kind); and $819,414 Additional County Support (ACS) for twelve months, with no additional costs to the County.

2. Approve budget amendment to appropriate $470,011 in State General Revenue funds and transfer $52,224 in County funds from 98/99 Homemaker additional County support budget to CCE's Required Cash Match for the period of 7/1/99 - 6/3/00 as per Amendment #1 to Contract between WCFAAA.

Children's Services Department

1-2 Approve Richard Tribunella, Director, Department of Children's Services, as Board appointment to the School Readiness Coalition.

1-3 Approve an agreement between the Seniors in Service of Tampa Bay, Inc. whereby Seniors in Service will assign up to twenty-four foster grandparents to serve children who need and require individualized services at the Head Start Centers at the approximate cost of $37,440 in federal funds for the fiscal year ending September 30, 2000, with no additional costs to the County.

1-4 Approve an agreement between the Seniors in Service of Tampa Bay, Inc. whereby Seniors in Service will assign up to four foster grandparents to serve children who need and require individualized services at the Early Head Start Centers at the approximate cost of $6,240 in federal funds for the fiscal year ending August 30, 2000, with no additional costs to the County.

1-5 Approve an agreement between the District Board of Trustees of Hillsborough Community College to use Head Start/ Early Head Start facilities to conduct HCC credit courses for Head Start/Early Head Start staff seeking additional college credits/degrees, with no additional costs to the County.

1-6 Approve an interlocal agreement between School District of Hillsborough County for delegation of Program Account 22A of the Head Start program in the amount of $7,101,382. Funding is provided by a federal grant for the period of October 1, 1999 through September 30, 2000, with no additional costs to the County.

1-7 Approve Youth Development Life Skills Grant between U. S. Department of Health and Human Services for the provision of counseling services and life skills/work education to runaway, ungovernable and truant youth through the Department of Children's Services, Child and Family Counseling Program, during the period of September 30, 1999 through September 29, 2000 at a cost of $66,000. This grant consists of $60,000 from DHH and $6,000 in County In-Kind.

1-8 Approve revised dental fee schedule for payment to dentists providing services to Head Start/Early Head Start Enrollees.

1-9 Approve an interagency agreement with the School District of Hillsborough County to provide for services to children with disabilities, with no additional costs to the County.

1-10 Approve an interagency agreement between Family and School Support Teams, a community collaborative initiative funded by the Children's Board of Hillsborough and the School District of Hillsborough County to provide for Head Start/Early Head Start staff's participation in early childhood developmental screening, with no additional costs to the County.

Community Improvement

1-11 Approve resolution assessing a lien in the amount of $1,875.00 against the property located at 9910 Lorrayne Street, Riverview, for the cost incurred by the County for demolition and removal of a frame dwelling and removal of trash, junk and debris.

1-12 Approve resolution assessing a lien in the amount of $2,200.00 against the property located at 5631 Bishop Road, Wimauma, for the cost incurred by the County for demolition and removal of a dilapidated double wide mobile home and removal of trash, junk and debris.

1-13 Approve resolution assessing a lien in the amount of $1,685.00 against the property located at 7616 51st Avenue South, Tampa, for the cost incurred by the County for demolition and removal of a dilapidated single wide mobile home and removal of trash, junk and debris.

1-14 Approve resolution assessing a lien in the amount of $3,887.00 against the property located at 1502 Saffold Park, Ruskin, for the cost incurred by the County for demolition and removal of a small commercial structure and pole barn along with removal of trash, junk and debris.

1-15 Approve resolution assessing a lien in the amount of $2,383.75 against the property located at 6922 N. Clearview Avenue, Tampa, for the cost incurred by the County for demolition and removal of a deteriorated concrete block structure and removal of trash, junk and debris.

1-16 Approve a Mortgage Modification and Promissory Note Extension Agreement with Bayou Crossing Limited Partnership, a Florida limited partnership in order for refinancing of Bayou Crossing Apartments.

1-17 Approve agreement with the Alliance for Affordable Housing in the amount of $775,000 for the acquisition and development of land for the Davis Road, Mango Subdivision.

1-18 Approve agreement with White Oak Real Estate Development Corporation in the amount of $75,000 for pre-development cost of a 120 multi-family rental unit project in the Wimauma Target Area.

ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT

1-19 Approve resolution and associated agreements setting forth the 2000 and 2001 Tourist Development Plan for Hillsborough County and providing for distribution of the Tourist Development Tax funds, as previously authorized by the Board.

1-20 Approve the renewal and first modification and interlocal agreement with the School District of Hillsborough County for the provision of coordinated child care for eligible Workforce Investment Act (WIA) participants for a maximum contract amount not to exceed $500,000 renewing the contract period from November 2, 1999 to November 1, 2000 with one one-year option to renew remaining and amending Article XIII, Compliance, to include the Workforce Investment Act of 1998, using Federal/State funds.

1-21 Approve interlocal agreement with the School District of Hillsborough County for the provision of drop-out prevention services to eligible Workforce Investment Act (WIA) youth for a maximum contract amount not to exceed $122,490, with a contract period of October 1, 1999 to June 30, 2000, with two one-year options to renew, using Federal/State funds.

1-22 Florida Qualified Target Industries Tax Refund Program Applications that follow are distinctly separate business divisions of one corporation that is a prospect of Greater Tampa Chamber of Commerce/Committee of 100:

1. Adopt resolution which approves the Greater Tampa Chamber of Commerce/Committee of 100's Prospect #98-020, as a Qualified Applicant to Florida's Qualified Target Industries Tax Refund Program and provides for up to $717,000 of local financial support for a corporate expansion that will create 717 new high quality jobs. The entire amount ($717,000) to be provided by the County if the prospect expands in unincorporated County. One half ($358,500) to be provided by the County if the prospect expands in a municipality of Hillsborough County.

2. Adopt resolution which approves the Greater Tampa Chamber of Commerce/Committee of 100's Prospect #99-172, as a Qualified Applicant to Florida's Qualified Target Industries Tax Refund Program and provides for up to $1,000,000 of local financial support for a corporate expansion that will create 1,125 new high quality jobs. The entire amount ($1,000,000) to be provided by the County if the prospect expands in unincorporated County. One half ($500,000) to be provided by the County if the prospect expands in a municipality of Hillsborough County.

3. Adopt resolution which approves the Greater Tampa Chamber of Commerce/Committee of 100's Prospect #99-173, as a Qualified Applicant to Florida's Qualified Target Industries Tax Refunds Program and provides for up to $1,000 of local financial support for a corporate expansion that will create 1,125 new high quality jobs. The entire amount ($1,000,000) to be provided by the County if the prospect expands in unincorporated County. One half ($500,000) to be provided by the County if the prospect expands in a municipality of Hillsborough County.

Health & Social Services Department

1-23 Approve first modification to the interlocal agreement with the Hillsborough County School Board for the provision of the Summer Food Program lunches and snacks by increasing the "not to exceed" amount by $59,119.07 from $491,219.04 to $550,338.11 for the contract period from May 30, 1999 through September 30, 1999. Funding for this agreement is provided entirely by State contract, with no additional costs to the County.

1-24 Approve budget amendment to appropriate additional earned grant revenue of $156,190 for a revised grant total of $655,298 for the FY 99 Summer Food Service Program for Children, with no additional costs to the County.

1-25 Approve first modification agreement for the provision of intensive day/night and outpatient substance abuse treatment services with Goodwill Industries - Suncoast, Inc. to extend the period of the contract from October 1, 1999 through September 30, 2000, in an amount not to exceed $413,120. Funds will not be released until October 1, 1999, after final Public Hearing to adopt the budget.

1-26 Approve modification agreements to non-competitive Social Services agreements with the Drug Comprehensive Coordinating Office, Inc. (DACCO) for the period of October 1, 1999 through September 30, 2000, as indicated in the agenda backup to provide residential substance abuse treatment service for non-violent offender as an alternative to incarceration in an overcrowded jail. Funds will not be released until October 1, 1999, after the final Public Hearing to adopt the budget.

1-27 Approve budget amendment to realign $260,382 within the Department of Health & Social Services approved FY 99 budget to provide for increased program expenses incurred by the Transportation Disadvantaged Program during the period from October 1, 1998 through September 30, 1999.

1-28 Approve agreements with Agency for Community Treatment Services, Inc. (ACTS) for the period of October 1, 1999 through September 30, 2000, as indicated in the agenda backup, to provide substance abuse treatment services for residents of the County. Funds will not be released until October 1, 1999, after the final Public Hearing to adopt the budget.

1-29 Approve fourth modification agreement to the Network A Master Agreement which modifies certain terms regarding the notice requirement to the County's third party administrator, which extends the contract term two years from October 1, 1999 up to and including September 30, 2001, and which allows, if necessary, for three one-month automatic extensions are the same terms and conditions through December 31, 2001.

1-30 Approve eighth modification agreement to the Network A Provider Agreement with St. Joseph's Hospital, Inc., which replaces Exhibit I, fee schedule, and incorporates newly negotiated two year hospital service rates, which extends the contract term two years from October 1, 1999 up to and including September 30, 2001, with an additional not to exceed amount of $7,426,300 for that period and authorize, if necessary, three additional one-month extension periods from October 1, 2001 through December 21, 2001, with an additional not to exceed amount for the three month period of $875,000.

1-31 Approve eighth modification agreement to the Network A Provider Agreement with the Florida Health Sciences Inc., d/b/a Tampa General Hospital, which replaces Exhibit I, fee schedule, and incorporates newly negotiated two year hospital service rates, which extends the contract term two years from October 1, 1999 up to and including September 30, 2001, with an additional not to exceed amount of $1,060,900 for that period and authorize, if necessary, three additional one-month extension periods from October 1, 2001 through December 21, 2001, with an additional not to exceed amount for the three month period of $125,000. (Written material to be provided under separate cover.)

1-32 Approve eighth modification agreement to the Network A Provider Agreement with St. Joseph's Community Care, Inc., which replaces Exhibit I, fee schedule, and incorporates newly negotiated two year hospital service rates, which extends the contract term two years from October 1, 1999 up to and including September 30, 2001, with an additional not to exceed amount of $97,442, 010 for that period and authorize, if necessary, three additional one-month extension periods from October 1, 2001 through December 21, 2001, with an additional not to exceed amount for the three month period of $1,112,500.

1-33 Approve fourth modification agreement to the Network B Master Agreement which modifies certain terms regarding the notice requirement to the County's third party administrator, which extends the contract term two years from October 1, 1999 up to and including September 30, 2001, and which allows, if necessary, for three one-month automatic extensions are the same terms and conditions through December 31, 2001.

1-34 Approve the Eighth Modification Agreement to the Network B Provider Agreement with the Florida Health Sciences Inc., d/b/a Tampa General Hospital, which replaces Exhibit I, fee schedule, and incorporates newly negotiated two year hospital service rates, which extends the contract term two years from October 1, 1999 up to and including September 30, 2001, with an additional not to exceed amount of $16,125,680 for that period and authorize, if necessary, three additional one-month extension periods from October 1, 2001 through December 21, 2001, with an additional not to exceed amount for the three month period of $1,900,00.

1-35 Approve fourth modification agreement to the Network C Master Agreement which corrects certain terms Brandon Regional Hospital's and South Bay Hospital's name which modifies certain terms regarding the notice requirement to the County's third party administrator, which extends the contract term two years from October 1, 1999 up to and including September 30, 2001, and which allows, if necessary, for three one-month automatic extensions at the same terms and conditions through December 31, 2001.

1-36 Approve the Ninth Modification Agreement to the Network C Provider Agreement with the Suncoast Community Health Centers, Inc. which replaces Exhibit I, fee schedule, and incorporates newly negotiated two year hospital service rates, which extends the contract term two years from October 1, 1999 up to and including September 30, 2001, with an additional not to exceed amount of $12,730,800 for that period and authorize, if necessary, three additional one-month extension periods from October 1, 2001 through December 21, 2001, with an additional not to exceed amount for the three month period of $1,500,00.

1-37 Approve the Eighth Modification Agreement to the Network C Provider Agreement with Sun City Hospital, Inc. d/b/a South Bay Hospital, which corrects the provider's name, which replaces Exhibit I, fee schedule, and incorporates newly negotiated two year hospital service rates, which extends the contract term two years from October 1, 1999 up to and including September 30, 2001, with an additional not to exceed amount of $2,015,710 for that period and authorize, if necessary, three additional one-month extension periods from October 1, 2001 through December 21, 2001, with an additional not to exceed amount for the three month period of $237,500.

1-38 Approve the Eighth Modification Agreement to the Network C Provider Agreement with the Florida Health Sciences Center, Inc., which replaces Exhibit I, fee schedule, and incorporates newly negotiated two year hospital service rates, which extends the contract term two years from October 1, 1999 up to and including September 30, 2001, with an additional not to exceed amount of $6,365,400 for that period and authorize, if necessary, three additional one-month extension periods from October 1, 2001 through December 21, 2001, with an additional not to exceed amount for the three month period of $750,000.

1-39 Approve the Eighth Modification Agreement to the Network C Provider Agreement with GALENCARE, INC., d/b/a Brandon Regional Hospital, which corrects the provider's name, which replaces Exhibit I, fee schedule, and incorporates newly negotiated two year hospital service rates, which extends the contract term two years from October 1, 1999 up to and including September 30, 2001, with an additional not to exceed amount of $4,667,960 for that period and authorize, if necessary, three additional one-month extension periods from October 1, 2001 through December 21, 2001, with an additional not to exceed amount for the three month period of $550,000.

1-40 Approve the Eighth Modification Agreement to the Network C Provider Agreement with South Florida Baptist Hospital, Inc., which replaces Exhibit I, fee schedule, and incorporates newly negotiated two year hospital service rates, which extends the contract term two years from October 1, 1999 up to and including September 30, 2001, with an additional not to exceed amount of $2,546,160 for that period and authorize, if necessary, three additional one-month extension periods from October 1, 2001 through December 21, 2001, with an additional not to exceed amount for the three month period of $300,000.

1-41 Approve fourth modification agreement to the Network D Master Agreement which modifies certain terms regarding the notice requirement to the County's third party administrator, which extends the contract term two years from October 1, 1999 up to and including September 30, 2001, and which allows, if necessary, for three one-month automatic extensions are the same terms and conditions through December 31, 2001.

1-42 Approve the ninth modification agreement to the Network D Provider Agreement with the Florida Health Sciences Inc., d/b/a Tampa General Hospital, which replaces Exhibit I, fee schedule, and incorporates newly negotiated two year hospital service rates, which extends the contract term two years from October 1, 1999 up to and including September 30, 2001, with an additional not to exceed amount of $16,125,680 for that period and authorizes, if necessary, three additional one-month extension periods from October 1, 2001, with an additional not to exceed amount for the three month period of $1,900,000.

1-43 Approve the ninth modification agreement to the Network D Provider Agreement with the Tampa Community Health Centers, Inc., which replaces Exhibit I, fee schedule, and incorporates newly negotiated two year hospital service rates, which extends the contract term two years from October 1, 1999 up to and including September 30, 2001, with an additional not to exceed amount of $2,121,800 for that period and authorizes, if necessary, three additional one-month extension periods from October 1, 2001, with an additional not to exceed amount for the three month period of $250,000.

1-44 Adopt a new resolution which reconstitutes the Health Care Advisory Board and which repeals Resolution Nos. R90-0102, R90-0253 and R91-0252.

Human Resources Department

1-45 Approve recommendation by the County Insurance Committee to renew existing agreement between the Board and Anthem Health & Life Insurance Company for Stop Loss Insurance coverage for a one-year period beginning October 1, 1999 and ending September 30, 2000. Anthem has agreed to no cost increase. (Written material to be provided under separate cover.)

1-46 Approve to extend the original contract term of the CIGNA contract by one 30-day period in order to allow the parties to negotiate price changes for the new contract term. (Written material to be provided under separate cover.)

Information & Technology Services

1-47 Approve first modification agreement to the contract with Progressive Business Communications, Inc. for an increase in the annual not-to-exceed amount of the contract by $10,000,00. The overall requested increase is from $31,550.00 to $41,550.00.

1-48 Report regarding update on Year 2000 Compliance.

Library Services Department

1-49 Gates Learning Foundation Grant:

1. Accept a Gates Learning Foundation Grant in the amount of $174,349 for computer hardware and software.

2. Appropriate $174,349 awarded by the Gates Learning Foundation for the Tampa-Hillsborough County Public Library System for the period ending March 15, 2000.

Management & Budget Department

1-50 Receive report on balances in the Reserves for Contingency accounts for the General Fund, MSTU Fund, and Library Fund.

1-51 Receive Status Report Grant Applications In-Process.

1-52 Receive report on July 1999 Financial Summary.

1-53 Appropriate contractual agreements between sixteen non-profit agencies to provide specialized social services to residents of unincorporated Hillsborough County during the period October 1, 1999 through September 30, 2000 in the amount of $803,224 in budgeted federal CDBG public services as specified in the agenda backup.

1-54 Approve contractual agreements between two non-profit agencies as listed in the agenda backup to provide specialized cultural and social services to residents of Hillsborough County during the period of October 1, 1999 through September 30, 2001 in the amount of $2,105,216 per year as presented to the Board at the July 1, 1999 budget workshop. Funds will not be released until October 1, after the final public hearing to adopt the budget.

1-55 Defer until the October 20 meeting, the report regarding funding options and recommendations regarding East Meadows Development (known as Heritage Isles).

1-56 Defer until the October 6 meeting, the report regarding the issue of "core processes."

1-57 Defer until the October 6 meeting, the report regarding implementation schedule related to defining service standards and performance based management.

1-58 Transportation Zone Impact Fee:

1. Approve budget amendment to appropriate $32,000 in excess Transportation Zone 6 impact fee revenue and $42,642 from Transportation Zone 6 allocated funds for future projects to fund payment to Fishhawk Communities Limited Partnership for impact fees and accrued interest collected/earned during FY 99 in accordance with existing developer agreement

2. Appropriate $1,272,614 in excess Transportation Zone 6 impact fee revenues to allocated funds for future projects.

1-59 Approve the 1999 Special Assessment Rates and FY 00 Budgets for the Special Dependent Districts.

1-60 Approve contractual agreement with Hillsborough County Crisis Center, Inc. to support 24 hour specialized services including hotline calls, forensic medical exams and non-emergency transportation for mental health patients to receiving facilities in the amount of $1,072,216 per year for the period October 1, 1999 through September 30, 2001.

Parks & Recreation Department

1-61 Approve Change Order #1 (Final) to the contract with Carl Hankins, Inc. for South Mobley Road District Park Site Demolition, increasing the contract amount by $4,327.20, increasing the contract time by 71 days, and adjusting the milestone dates as described in the background.

1-62 Receive report on ELAPP Annual Report, Twelfth Year.

1-63 Approve Change Order #1 (Final) to the contract with Gary E. Patterson d/b/a A-Bild Construction for Brandon Neighborhood Park, increasing the contract amount by $4,248.59, increasing the contract time by 167 days, and adjusting the milestone dates as indicated in the background.

Planning & Growth Management Department

1-64 Adopt the resolution illustrating support for Hillsborough County and the Tampa Bay Region becoming Florida's first regionally designated Project Impact and Project Show Case area.

1-65 Approve contract execution for $10,000 Florida Department of Community Affairs Grant that will be used to pay a portion of the expenses for the Committee of 99.

1-66 Approve budget amendment to appropriate $160,000 from the Building Division Permitting Services Fund Reserves to provide funding for continued operations through the end of FY 99.

Public Works Department

1-67 Approve reducing the Cockroach Bay Habitat Enhancement Grant budget with the Southwest Florida Water Management District by $718,381. This is necessary to close the grant.

1-68 Approve Change Order #3 (Final) to contract with Bandes Construction Company. Reduce Article 21 allowance by $2,167, reduce Article 12 permit allowance by $1,503 and credit the County for two wall-mounted telephone booths $1,100. Extend the Article 12 contract final completion milestone time by 598 calendar days from April 26, 1997 to December 15, 1998. Credit the County for reimbursable items: $1,920 for cost associate with preparation of "as-built" drawings by the architect and $17,500 for cost associated with additional professional construction administration services.

1-69 Approve reducing the grant budget for the Pemberton/Baker Creek Erosion Control Program with the Southwest Florida Water Management District by $174,620 in order to close grant and bring budget in alignment with actual revenues and expenditures.

1-70 Approve second extension of the current closure of Fritzke Road between Glen Harwell Road and Stafford Road beginning September 19, 1999 to November 19, 1999 to complete the construction of a new bridge over Interstate 4.

1-71 Approve Change Order No. 1 (Final) to contract with Islander Construction Services, Inc. to reduce Article 21 allowance by $12,054.37 and reduce Special Conditions permit allowance by $1,235.00.

1-72 Approve the agreement for 50 percent cost sharing between the Southwest Florida Water Management District for the Lake Ellen Drive Culvert Replacement.

1-73 Approve the detailed work plan budget for FY 2000 Mosquito Control Program to the Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services for the purposes of obtaining State I Matching Funds and Waste Tire Abatement Funds.

1-74 Approve the increase credit capacity for the Stormwater Program by $14,000,000 and realign existing projects budgets to cover anticipated encumbrances and appropriations relating to the Accelerated Stormwater Program approved by the Board on June 2, 1999.

1-75 Approve Change Order #4 (Final) to contract with the Haskell Company to credit the County $188,604.30 for Article 9 unused contingencies and allowance monies, provide nine exterior HID light fixtures in the activity yards of building B, extend the final completion milestone 161 calendar days from June 23, 1998 to December 1, 1998 and the substantial completion milestone by 100 calendar days from May 24, 1998 to September 1, 1998 and credit the County $4,000 for the cost with additional testing and balancing the mechanical system (this credit to be obtained by reducing the final payment amount and is not included in the reduction of the total contract amount). (Written material to be provided under separate cover.)

1-76 Approve Change Order #1 (Final) to the contract with Overstreet Paving Company for the construction of Providence Road (Providence Ridge Road to Lumsden Road and Lumsden Road to Brandon Feeder Road) project, increasing the contract amount by $177, 500.00, increasing contract time by fifty days and adjusting milestone dates as indicated in the Background.

1-77 Accept and appropriate $100,00 in grant award funds and $100,000 in County matching funds. This is in accordance with the August 4, 1999 approved Cooperative Funding Agreement between Hillsborough County and the Southwest Florida Water Management District for design of the Balm Road Wetland and Stormwater Treatment Project. (Written material to be provided under separate cover.)

1-78 Defer until the October 6 meeting, the report on competitive proposals for street maintenance.

1-79 Defer until the October 6 meeting, the report on competitive proposals for mowing public facilities.

Purchasing Department

1-80 Bid No. C-215-95 - Provision of Annual Elevator and Dumbwaiter Maintenance - Approve thirty-day extension with Thyssen Miami Elevator Corporation for the provision of Annual Elevator and Dumbwaiter Maintenance in a "not to exceed" amount of $4,200 per month in accordance with Article 20 of the original agreement which authorizes the County to unilaterally extend the original contract at the same terms and conditions. Additionally, authorize the Director of Purchasing to exercise two additional thirty-day extensions, if necessary.

1-81 Bid No. C-593 - Solid Waste Department - Sale of Discarded Lead Acid Batteries - Approval renewal of bid at the same terms and conditions to Lakeland Batteries, Inc. for the period beginning October 24, 1999 and ending October 23, 2000. Annual estimated revenue from this contract is $4,125 which is based upon an estimated quantity of 7,500 batteries at $.55 per battery.

1-82 Bid No. C-698-99 - Parks and Recreation Department - Domino Boat Ramp Improvements - Reject the sole bid received from J.B.D. Construction, Inc. (SBE Set-Aside Project), for the reasons indicated in the Background.

1-83 Bid No. C-707-99 - Parks and Recreation Department - Fowler and Hillsborough River Boat Ramp Improvement - Award bid to J.B.D. Construction, Inc. for the amount of $170,677.

1-84 Bid No. C-722-99 - Public Works Department - Martinez Easement Drainage Improvements - Award bid to Kimmins Contracting Corporation for the amount of $243,473.

1-85 Bid No. P-657-99 - Public Works Department - Purchase of Eight Truck Mounted Herbicide Sprayers -Award bid Canaan Industries, Inc. in the amount of $222,911.20 and authorize the Director of Purchasing to purchase up to an additional five units, if required, at the same price, terms, and conditions in accordance with the bid specifications. Further, request the Board reject the bid from Klusmeier, Inc. for reasons stated in the background.

1-86 Bid No. P-665-99 - Public Works Department - Purchase of One Walking Type Hydraulic Excavator - Award bid to G S Equipment, Inc. in the amount of $143,531 and authorize the Director of Purchasing to purchase one additional unit, if required, at the same price, terms, and conditions in accordance with the bid specifications.

1-87 Bid No. P-667 - Parks and Recreation Department - Purchase of One Forklift Truck - Award bid to Brungart Equipment in the amount of $44,334 and authorize the Director of Purchasing to purchase one additional unit, if required, at the same price, terms, and conditions in accordance with the bid specifications. Further, request the Board to reject the bids from Gulf Coast Lift Truck Company, Inc., Bay Ford New Holland, Inc., Florida Hydraulic Machinery, Inc., and Florida Lift Systems, Inc. for reasons stated in the background.

1-88 Bid No. P-672-99 - Parks and Recreation and Fleet Management Departments - Purchase of Three 3-Wheeled Trucksters with Attachments - Award WESCO Turf, Inc. in the amount of $27,950 and authorize the Director of Purchasing to purchase up to three additional units, if required, at the same price, terms, and condition in accordance with the bid specifications. Further request the Board reject the bid from Golf Ventures, Inc. for reasons stated in the background.

1-89 Bid No. P-674-99 - Parks and Recreation and Fleet Management Departments - Purchase of Four Diesel Powered Rotary Mowers - Award WESCO Turf, Inc. in the amount of $202,000 and authorize the Director of Purchasing to purchase up to an additional four units, if required, at the same price, terms, and conditions in accordance with the bid specifications. Further, request the Board reject the bid from Hustler Turf Equipment for reasons stated in the background.

1-90 Bid No. P-680-99 - Public Works and Fleet Management Departments - Purchase of Four Mechanical Street Sweepers - Award Vantage Equipment Company in the amount of $463,360 and authorize the Director of Purchasing to purchase up to an additional four units, if required, at the same price, terms, and conditions in accordance with the bid specifications. Further, request the Board reject the bid from Southern Sewer Equipment Sales for reasons stated in the background.

1-91 Bid No. P-692-99 - Fire Rescue and Fleet Management Departments - Purchase of Two 75 Foot Aerial Apparatuses with 1000 GPM Pumpers - Award Emergency One, Inc. in the amount of $953, 556 and authorize the Director of Purchasing to purchase up to an additional two units, if required, at the same price, terms, and conditions in accordance with the bid specifications.

1-92 Bid No. P-703-99 - Public Works and Fleet Management Departments - Purchase of One Self Propelled Asphalt Paver - Award L. B. Smith, Inc. in the amount of $29, 250 and authorize the Director of Purchasing to purchase one additional unit, if required, at the same price, terms, and conditions in accordance with the bid specifications.

1-93 Bid No. P-717-99 - Health and Social Services and Fleet Management Departments - Purchase of Fifteen Vans, Handicapped Equipped for the Share-A-Van Program - Award Getaway Marketing, Inc. in the amount of $538, 755 and authorize the Director of Purchasing to purchase up to an additional fifteen units, if required, at the same price, terms, and conditions in accordance with the bid specifications.

1-94 Bid No. P-738-99 - Community Improvement Department - Sole Source Purchase of One Genetic Analyzer - Approve the sole source purchase of one genetic analyzer and associated software to PE Biosystems in the amount of $60,885.00 for the Ruskin Tropical Agricultural facility.

1-95 Bid No. P-739-99 - Public Works and Fleet Management Departments - Purchase of Crew Cab and Chassis Diesel Powered Truck with Dual Wheels - Award Ernie Haire Ford in the amount of $30, 995 and authorize the Director of Purchasing to purchase one additional unit, if required, at the same price, terms, and conditions in accordance with the bid specifications.

1-96 Bid No. S-663-99 - Health and Social Services Department - Provision of Professional Visual Services - Award Network A - South of Linebaugh/Busch , C-Brandon and C-Ruskin to Barker Optical and Networks B - South and D to Robinson's Eyecare , Inc. in a two year amount not to exceed $175,428 for Baker Optical and $123,856 for Robinson's Eyecare, Inc. for a two year period effective date of the County's notice to proceed. These contracts will automatically renew for two additional two year periods at the same terms and conditions or as modified unless the County gives 30 days prior written notification to the contractor of its intent not to renew the contract. Further, reject bids received from Network A - North, C- Plant City, and D from Barker Optical and A - North from Robinson's Eyecare as non-responsive for the reasons explained in the background. No bids were received for Network B - North

1-97 Bid No. S-689-99 - Health and Social Services Department - Provision of Utilization Review Services for the Health and Social Services Department - Award bid to Diversi Med Inc. in the amount not to exceed $142,560 for a one year period beginning with the date of the County's "Notice to Proceed." At the sole option of the County

1-98 Bid No. T-737-99 - Purchase of Various Types of Video Recording Tapes for A One Year Period - Award The Tape Company in the estimated amount of $30,802.32. This is a Hillsborough County Governmental Purchasing Council Bid.

1-99 File No. SP-018-99 - Declare as surplus and authorize the transfer of three 1991 Ford 15 passenger vans to the Florida Department of Children & Families . Further, authorize the Clerk-Board of County Commissioners to remove the vans from the inventory asset record after verification of disposal by Purchasing.

1-100 RFQ No. C-245-98 - Head Start Comprehensive/Early Education Services - Approve first modification and first renewal of an existing contract for Head Start Comprehensive/Early Education Services with A Brighter Community, Inc. Reduce the number of Head Start slots from 20 to 10 at $110 per week for each of 10 slots for an amount not to exceed $57,200 per year. Renew the contract as modified for a one year period beginning October 1, 1999, and ending September 30, 2000. All other terms and conditions of the existing contract remain the same.

1-101 RFQ No. C-596-97 - Request for Qualifications for State Lobbying Services - Approve renewal of existing contract between Smith, Bryan, and Myers for a period of one year beginning October 6, 1999 and ending October 5, 2000 in an amount not to exceed $50,000 plus preapproved expenses not to exceed $2,500 in accordance with Florida Statutes, at the same terms and conditions of the existing contract. This renewal would utilize the second of two one-year renewal options.

Real Estate Department

1-102 Accept two perpetual utility easements donated by the Carrollwood Village Phase III Homeowners Association, Inc. and a mutual use agreement donated by TECO for the Lynn Turner-Lowell Road Reclaimed Water Transmission Main.

1-103 Accept deed from Westfield USA Venture No. 1 and Westfield Development Corporation for the dedication of a connector road running between the subdivision of Thompson East and Deer Creek, f/k/a Emerald Creek North.

1-104 Accept the donation of a perpetual utility easement from Edward L. Dickman, Glenn K. Dickman and Paul R. Dickman as a replacement for a portion of an existing utility easement in Marina Village in the Bahia Beach area. Said easement is located approximately 1/3 mile north of W. Shell Point Road and 2/3 of a mile southwesterly of NW 19th Avenue and contains 1/14 acres, more or less.

1-105 Accept a drainage easement by donation from Brian and Michele Crowe for Claonia St./May St. Drainage Improvements project and further authorize the processing of instruments for same.

1-106 Accept drainage easement from the Hillsborough County School Board to facilitate a drainage project on Guiles Road north of Bloomingdale High School.

1-107 Accept a drainage easement by donation from Michael J. Soukup for Claonia St./May St. Drainage Improvements project and further authorize the processing of instruments for same.

1-108 Accept a drainage easement by donation from Rebecca Boshky for Claonia St./May St. Drainage Improvements project and further authorize the processing of instruments for same.

1-109 Approve the agreement and authorize processing and acceptance of instruments from Jose D. Diaz, Yamily Diaz, and Sara D. Miller in the amount of $3,500 for a drainage easement along Delaney Creek between railroad tracks and 86th Street.

1-110 Approve the agreement and authorize processing and acceptance of instruments from Vivian N. And Fred E. Ross in the amount of $8,000 for a drainage easement along Delaney Creek between railroad tracks and 86th Street.

1-111 Approve the agreement and authorize processing and acceptance of instruments from Donald D. Wise in the amount of $7,000 for a drainage easement along Delaney Creek between railroad tracks and 86th Street.

1-112 Accept the conveyance of a 1.821 acre offsite drainage easement being donated by Brandon Properties Partners, LTD a Florida limited partnership. The subject property is located north of Lithia Road, east of Boyette, adjacent to Fish Hawk Trails #3.

1-113 Accept the conveyance of a 262 sq. ft. perpetual utility easement being donated by The Paradise Development Group, Inc. a Florida corporation for the purpose of providing the easement area necessary for Hillsborough County to service the meter facility to be located at Walgreen's on Countryway Boulevard.

1-114 Approve a first amendment agreement with the Mount Olive AME Church in Plant City to provide a one year lease extension for the building and play area located at 5100 North Horton Road which is used by the Children's Services Department (Head Start Division). The renewal item is from October 1, 1999 through September 30, 2000. The rent will remain $989.75 per month.

1-115 Accept a quit claim deed from the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) for the proposed site of a new fire station facility along the south side of SR 674 (Sun City Center Boulevard) near its intersection with Augusta Drive. Also, accept a quit claim deed from the developer, WCI Communities, Inc. for the same parcel, in order to release the "right of first refusal" it retained when it originally conveyed the property to FDOT. The site is being conveyed by donation.

1-116 Accept instrument from A. Douglas Smiley to Hillsborough County for the donation of sidewalk easement at Cypress Professional Park. Said sidewalk is located along the south side of Geraci Road, west of north Dale Mabry Highway and contains 0.10 acres, more or less.

1-117 Approve a five-year lease with American Landmark International Corporation for 2,555 square feet of office space in the Waterside Medical Office Building for use by the Children's Services Department. The rent for the full service lease is $13.53 per square foot for the first year ($2,880.77 per month), with incremental increases of 50 cents per square foot per year, thereafter.

1-118 Approve the amended permit and license agreement between Hillsborough County Transit Authority, Tampa Island Transit Company, Inc. and the City of Tampa for the orderly termination of the operation of the People Movers between Fort Brook Parking garage and Harbour Island and substitute a trolley and/or streetcar type system of transportation.

1-119 Accept a deed for 0.07 acres of right of way along the east side of Boyette Road which is being submitted by Raffo Properties, Inc. a Florida Corporation in partial satisfaction with condition #5.2 of the zoning conditions of the Boyette Road Outparcel located on the east side of Boyette Road, 209.17 feet south of Fish Hawk Road (Boyette Road Extension).

1-120 Defer until the October 6 meeting, the letter to the Federal Communication Commission opposing changes they propose to allow staff time to review information received from the Federal Communication Commission.

Solid Waste Department

1-121 Approve and execute the negotiated agreement between the County and SCS Engineers for the first year of a potential five year agreement to provide Engineering/Environmental Services for the Closed Landfill facilities of the County's Solid Waste Management System in an amount not to exceed $250,000.

1-122 Approve and execute the Florida Department of Environmental Protection Litter Control and Prevention Grant in the amount of $17,500.

1-123 Approve and execute the Florida Department of Environmental Protection Solid Waste Recycling and Education Grant in the amount of $451,694 on behalf of Hillsborough County and the Cities of Tampa, Temple Terrace, and Plant City.

1-124 Defer until the October 6 meeting, the report regarding competitive proposals for solid waste transport services.

Water Department

1-125 Approve an interlocal agreement between the Clerk of the Circuit Court to enable Hillsborough County Water Department utility customers to pay their utility bills automatically through the Clerk's arrangement for Automated Clearing House (ACH) transactions with a bank at which the Clerk maintains depository accounts for the County.

1-126 Authorize scheduling of the following Windemere Utility Company public hearings, authorize the County Attorney to retain Mr. Brian Ellis as the Hearing Officer to conduct the preliminary hearing and render a recommended order to the Board at the utility's expense, and authorize the County Attorney to advertise said hearings on behalf of the County at the utility's expense:

1. October 26, 1999 at 6:00 p.m., for a preliminary hearing to accept testimony and evidence regarding the rate adjustment application filed by the Windemere Utility Company for its water and wastewater franchises

2. January 6, 2000 at 6:00 p.m., for the Board to consider the Hearing Officer's recommendation.

***County Attorney***

1-127 Authorize to filing of a third-party counter claim in the case of Cecelia Arnett, et. al. v. Jacob Buchman and Hillsborough County: Jacob Buchman v. Hillsborough County and Cal Henderson /CAO #98-02, Div. F, against Jacob Buchman, wherein the County would request indemnification and contribution from Buchman.

1-128 Recommend the satisfaction of claim of liens be accepted and executed for 67 items as described in the agenda backup for which payment has been made.

1-129 Authorize County Attorney's Office to settle the consolidated cases of Armand Van Den Bogaert, Indiv., as a Personal Rep. of the Estate of Matthew Jason Van Den Bogaert, deceased, and Sharron Van Den Bogaert v. Hillsborough County; Albert Van Den Bogaert, as Next Friend and Guardian of Michael Van Den Bogaert, a minor v. Hillsborough County, Case No. 97-8511, Consolidated with Case No. 97-8512, Div. R., in the total amount of one hundred sixty-five thousand ($165,000) and no/100 dollars.

** Other Offices***

Clerk of Circuit Court

1-130 Receipt of Official Board Records: (Reports to be filed in Board Records upon receipt into official records.)

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

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

3. Hillsborough County Board of County Commissioners Investment Information as of July 31, 1999.

4. Hillsborough County Solid Waste Resource Recovery Enterprise Fund unaudited interim financial report for nine months ended June 30, 1999.

5. Hillsborough County Clerk of Circuit Court operational budget for fiscal year 1999-2000, pursuant to Florida Statute 218.35, and the Public Records Modernization Trust Fund final budget for fiscal year 1999-2000, pursuant to Florida Statute 28.24(15)(d).

6. Tampa Port Authority proposed operating budget for fiscal year 1999-2000, pursuant to Florida Statute 218.34(3).

7. Covington Park Community Development District's copy of Resolution 99-07 designating Williams J. Rizzetta as registered agent and designation of the district's registered office, pursuant to Florida Statute189.416.

8. Southwest Florida Water Management District proposed budget addendum for fiscal year 1999-2000, in accordance with Florida Statute 373.536(5)(c).

9. Southwest Florida Water Management District meeting calendar for fiscal year 1999-2000, in accordance with Florida Statute 189.417.

A-131 Satisfaction and release of claims covering payment of costs for guardianship cases as listed in agenda backup.

A-132 Approval to delete capital equipment items from County inventory by various departments as indicated in agenda backup.

A-133 Approve payment of excess proceeds from tax deed sale of August 31, 1998, Tax Certificate 12167-96, in the amount of $41,534.75 to Associates Home Equity Services, Incorporated.

A-134 Approve budget amendment to appropriate $83,000 from Court Facilities Revenue Bonds, Series 1999, construction proceeds to pay Series 1999 bond issue costs. (Written material to be provided under separate cover.)

A-135 Approve the Final Report and the Errors and Insolvencies List for the 1998 tax roll, pursuant to Florida Statute 197.492 (on file in Board Records).

A-136 Approve warrants and direct deposits issued under dates of August 31-September 13, 1999.

A-137 Approve release of warrants and direct deposits, as necessary, under dates of September 14-20, 1999, with ratification at the October 6 regular Board meeting.

A-138 Approve minutes:

Regular Meeting August 4, 1999
Continued Regular Meeting August 11, 1999
Workshop/Joint Citizen Advisory Committee August 11, 1999
Public Hearing /Comp Plan Amendments August 19, 1999
BOCC/Hillsborough Independent Monitoring Program
and Southern Water Use Caution Area August 19, 1999

Court Administration

A-139 Two Grants from the State Courts Administrator:

a. Approve Grant-In-Aid agreements in the amount of $273,936 for Court Reporting Services and $314,806 for costs incurred under Article V, Florida Constitution from the Office of the State Court Administrator.

b. Approve the spending plan for the use of the Article V funds.

c. Authorize the Chairman to sign the agreements and Grant-In-Aid Release Requests.

Environmental Protection Commission

A-140 Approve budget amendment to decrease $105,000 within the Environmental Protection Commission Grant, Air Monitoring Sec 103. This grant does not exist; no funds received.

B. REGULAR AGENDA

***County Administrator's Organization***

Capital Program Administration

3:30pm B-1 Approve recommendation of the Capital Program Administrator to deny impact fee offsets (credits) to the applicant for the installation of a traffic signal located at Bearss Avenue and Zambito Road.

County Administrator's Office

B-2 Discussion of road projects in Pasco County. (Deferred from the September 1 meeting; written material to be provided under separate cover.)

Economic Development

B-3 Approve special exemption of County's Employer's Impact Fee Mitigation Program to induce a major economic development project to Hillsborough County.

Management Analysis

B-4 Approve the Scope of Services and authorize staff to proceed with advertising the Request for Proposal for the Capital Construction and Maintenance Group performance audit which includes the Capital Program Administrator, the Public Works and Real Estate Departments. Approval is contingent upon the adoption of the FY 2000 budget with the requested funds.

Management & Budget

B-5 Adopt the BOCC Policy on Budget Amendment for Turnover Savings. (Previously scheduled as a consent item on September 1 and pulled by Comms. Storms/Frank/Hart)

B-6 Adopt the BOCC Policy on Service and Program Delivery. (Previously scheduled as a consent item on September 1 and pulled by Comms. Storms/Frank/Hart)

B-7 Adopt the BOCC Policy on Fact Based Decision Making. (Previously scheduled as a consent item on September 1 and pulled by Comms. Storms/Frank/Hart)

B-8 Approve staff proposed changes to the Capital Improvement Budget and Five-Year Program Policy (BOCC Policy Number 03.02.02.00).

Public Works Department

B-9 Joint Project Agreement with Hillsborough Area Regional Transit Authority (HART):

a. Approve joint project agreement with Hillsborough Area Regional Transit Authority to construct sidewalks and transit landing pads along both sides of Parsons Avenue from SR 60 to Oakfield Avenue from SR 60 to Oakfield Avenue and construct transit landing pads at various bus stop locations as detailed in the background.

b. Accept and appropriate $69,255 in HART grant funds and an additional $6,000 from MSTU Reserves for contingency ($75,255 total) to fund this project and appropriate by super majority vote, in accordance with BOCC Policy No. 03.02.05.00, $6,000 from the Reserve for Contingency, Unincorporated Area Fund, to provide funding of the County match required under the agreement.

Real Estate Department

B-10 Adopt the proposed Board Policy superseding Board Policy 08.01.00.01 regarding use of alcoholic beverages on County-owned property.

Solid Waste Department

3:00pmB-11 Approve Novation Agreement to assign to Liberty Waste, Inc. the Kimmins Recycling solid waste collection franchise contract with the County.

Water Department

B-12 Approve Alternative 4 to defer the decision to proceed with the Hillsborough Heights Water System project until the Thonotosassa Area Community Based Plan is completed. (Written material to be provided under separate cover.)

2:45pmB-13 Authorize the Water Department to begin the required process, with the Real Estate Department, to surplus a portion of the Valrico Treatment Plant property located East of Dover Road with a portion of the surplus property to be available for private acquisition and development and the balance retained on perpetuity for public recreation and open space.

***County Attorney***

3:15pmB-14 Receive status report regarding a legal opinion rendered by the Attorney General in response to a request from the Board and the Hillsborough County Public Transportation Commission. (Deferred from the September 1 meeting)

B-15 Approve scheduling a public hearing at 2:00 p.m. on October 6, 1999 to consider amendments to Ordinance 99-1 to exempt sworn law enforcement officers from the three-day waiting period and to exempt law enforcement gun buy-back programs from the provisions of the ordinance.

C. PUBLIC HEARINGS

5:00pmC-1 Adopt an ordinance amending Hillsborough County Child Care Facilities Ordinance 97-3.

2:00pmC-2 Adopt the Final Assessment Resolution for the Buckhorn Run RWIU and authorize the County Administrator or his designee to certify the roll to the Tax Collector; and adopt the 1999 Annual Assessment Resolutions for all existing RWIUs and authorize the County Administrator or his designee to certify the roll to the Tax Collector.

2:00pmC-3 Adopt the Final Assessment Resolutions required under Ordinance 96-7 to create the Capacity Assessment Units described as: Northwest Wastewater Capacity Assessment Unit 93302, Northwest Water and Wastewater Capacity Assessment Unit 99303, Central Water and Wastewater Capacity Unit 99306, South Water Capacity Assessment Unit 99307, South Water and Wastewater Capacity Assessment Unit 99309 and Van Dyke Capacity Assessment Unit 99310, to impose capacity assessments against property therein and to approve the capacity assessment rolls.

2:00pmC-4 Falkenburg Road Jail Expansion Phases IV and V-A:

a. Accept a report from the Sheriff's Office on the need to expedite Phase V and Phase V-A (To be provided under separate cover)
b. Accept a report on the recommended financing plan.
c. Accept a report outlining options for addressing operational funding.
d. Hold a public hearing to consider changes to the first round (73-month) allocation of the Community Investment Tax and approve a resolution amending the Community Investment Tax project list.
e. Approve related agenda item regarding the design contract for Phases IV and V-A to DLR Group, and a budget amendment transferring $294,718 of Ad Valorem and Criminal Justice Bond funds from Phases, I, II, and III as added funding for these services.

2:00pm C-5 Consider adoption of an Ordinance amending Ordinance 89-20 regarding Court Filing Fees used to support legal aid programs of Hillsborough County.

D. SCHEDULED APPEARANCES

1:30pmD-1 Appearance by Michael Fletcher, Sheriff's Office, regarding the Federal Equitable Sharing Agreement.

E. COMMISSIONERS SECTION

E-1 Discussion by Commissioners regarding various authorities and councils on which they serve.

E-2 Appointments to various boards and councils.

E-3 Correspondence from Brandon MacGillis, Ozone Action, and Nancy Skinner, ICLEI requesting Hillsborough County to sign Mayor and Local Official Statement on Global Warming. (Staff recommends referral to EPC for study.

E-4 Correspondence from Martin Wisgerhof, City Clerk for City of Plant City, enclosing copy of Resolution No. 116-1999, providing notice of the proposed enactment of Ordinance No. 21-1999, an ordinance annexing to the City of Plant City certain real property.

Commissioner Platt

E-5 Discussion regarding Estuary Habitat Restoration Partnership Act of 1999 (S835 and HR1775).

Commissioner Storms

E-6 Discussion regarding formalizing the structure and goals of the Hillsborough County Water Team.

E-7 Discussion regarding cellular telephones.

E-8 Discussion regarding the possibility of the Board enacting an ordinance that would require developers and home sales people to openly disclose roadway construction with prospective buyers.

F. STAFF REPORTS

Debt Management

F-1 Report on third update on status of County Audit Report #68, Ice Palace Ticket Surcharge Records Audit.

Health and Social Services Department

F-2 Report regarding medical claims processing.

Management and Budget

F-3 Report regarding developing cost data and competitive environment for professional services. (Deferred from the September 1 meeting) (Written material to be provided under separate cover.)

F-4 Quarterly report regarding the Blue Ribbon Committee (BRC) and the Florida TaxWatch recommendations.

LIST OF ITEMS SCHEDULED FOR A TIME CERTAIN:

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

11:45 a.m. Lunch recess

1:30 p.m. D-1 Appearance by Michael Fletcher, Sheriff's Office, regarding the Federal Equitable Sharing Agreement.

2:00 p.m. C-2 Adopt the Final Assessment Resolution for the Buckhorn Run RWIU

C-3 Adopt the Final Assessment Resolutions required under Ordinance 96-7 to create the Capacity Assessment Units

C-4 Accelerate Phases IV and V(a) of the Falkenburg Road Jail Expansion Project.

C-5 Consider adoption of an Ordinance amending Ordinance 89-20 regarding Court Filing Fees used to support legal aid programs of Hillsborough County.

2:45 p.m. B-13 Authorize the Water Department to begin the required process, with the Real Estate Department, to surplus a portion of the Valrico Treatment Plant property located East of Dover Road.

3:00 p.m. B-11 Approve Novation Agreement to assign to Liberty Waste, Inc. the Kimmins Recycling solid waste collection franchise contract with the County.

3:15 p.m. B-14 Receive status report regarding a legal opinion rendered by the Attorney General in response to a request from the Board and the Hillsborough County Public Transportation Commission.

3:30 p.m. B-1 Approve recommendation of the Capital Program Administrator to deny impact fee offsets (credits) to the applicant for the installation of a traffic signal located at Bearss Avenue and Zambito Road.

5:00 p.m. C-1 Adopt an ordinance amending Hillsborough County Child Care Facilities Ordinance 97-3.

Prepared September 16, 1999, 8:00 a.m.


ADDENDUM TO SEPTEMBER 15 AGENDA

OFF-THE-AGENDA ITEMS:

E-9 Discussion regarding sending a letter to FDOT requesting re-evaluation of traffic light at Smith Ryals/SR 60. (Comm. Frank)

E-10 Discussion regarding joint meeting during the month of October between the BOCC and School Board to discuss school siting. (Comm. Hart)

F-5 Report on Committee of 99.

F-6 Report update on Hillsborough Healthcare Program.

F-7 Verbal report regarding “Hurricane Floyd.”

DEFERRALS/DELETIONS:

A-2 Appointment to School Readiness Coalition - DELETE FROM AGENDA - Will be handled as part of BOCC appointment process

A-54 Contractual agreements between two non-profit agencies to provide specialized cultural and social services to residents of Hillsborough County - DELETE FROM AGENDA

B-1 Recommendation of the Capital Program Administrator to deny impact fee offsets (credits) to the applicant for the installation of a traffic signal located at Bearss Avenue and Zambito Road - DEFER TO THE 10/6 MEETING

B-8 Staff proposed changes to the Capital Improvement Budget and Five-Year Program Policy (BOCC Policy Number 03.02.02.00) - DEFER TO THE 10/20 MEETING

B-11 Novation Agreement for assignment of solid waste collection franchise contract -- DEFER FOR SCHEDULING AT A LATER DATE

F-1 Report on third update on status of County Audit Report #68, Ice Palace Ticket Surcharge Records Audit - DEFER TO THE 10/6 MEETING

F-3 Report regarding developing cost data and competitive environment for professional services - DEFER TO THE 10/6 MEETING

CORRECTIONS TO AGENDA:

A-30 - Correct date to read: THROUGH DECEMBER 31, 2001 INSTEAD OF DECEMBER 21, 2001
A-40

A-32 Eighth modification agreement to the Network A Provider Agreement with St. Joseph’s Community Care, Inc., ... with an additional not to exceed amount of $97,442, 010 - CORRECT TO READ $9,442,010

A-34 Eighth Modification Agreement to the Network B Provider Agreement with the Florida Health Sciences Inc., d/b/a Tampa General Hospital, ... with an additional not to exceed amount for the three month period of $1,900,00 - CORRECT TO READ $1,900,000

A-36 Ninth Modification Agreement to the Network C Provider Agreement with the Suncoast Community Health Centers, Inc. ...two year hospital service rates - CORRECT TO READ NETWORK SERVICE RATES... with an additional not to exceed amount for the three month period of $1,500,00 - CORRECT TO READ $1,500,000

A-42 Approve the ninth modification agreement to the Network D Provider Agreement with the Florida Health Sciences Inc., d/b/a Tampa General Hospital ...additional one-month extension periods from October 1, 2001 - INSERT THROUGH DECEMBER 31, 2001

A-43 Ninth modification agreement to the Network D Provider Agreement with the Tampa Community Health Centers, Inc., which replaces Exhibit I, fee schedule, and incorporates newly negotiated two year hospital service rates - CORRECT TO READ NETWORK SERVICE RATES....additional one-month extension periods from October 1, 2001 - INSERT THROUGH DECEMBER 31, 2001

C-3 Final Assessment Resolutions required under Ordinance 96-7 to create the Capacity Assessment Units described as: Northwest Wastewater Capacity Assessment Unit 93302 - CORRECT TO READ - UNIT 99302
E-3 Correspondence regarding official statement on global warming -- CORRECT STAFF RECOMMENDATION TO “RECOMMEND THAT STAFF REVIEW WITH E.P.C. AND REPORT BACK TO THE BOARD BY DECEMBER 1999.”

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

A-58 Budget amendment to appropriate $32,000 in excess Transportation Zone 6 impact fee revenue and $42,642. (Comm. Hart)

A-62 Report on ELAPP Annual Report, Twelfth Year. (Comm. Platt)

A-93 Bid for purchase of 15 vans for Share-A-Van Program. (Comm. Scott)

A-115 Quit claim deed from the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) for the proposed site of a new fire station facility along the south side of SR 674 (Sun City Center Boulevard). (Comm. Hart)

A-118 Amended permit and license agreement between Hillsborough County Transit Authority, Tampa Island Transit Company, Inc. and the City of Tampa for the orderly termination of the operation of the People Movers. (Comm. Hart)


ITEMS SCHEDULED TO BE HEARD AT A TIME CERTAIN:

9:30 a.m. F-7 Verbal report regarding “Hurricane Floyd.”

10:00 a.m. EPC meeting

10:45 a.m. E-6 Discussion regarding formalizing the structure and goals of the Hillsborough County Water Team.

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

11:45 a.m. Lunch recess

1:30 p.m. D-1 Appearance by Michael Fletcher, Sheriff’s Office, regarding the Federal Equitable Sharing Agreement.

1:45 p.m. A-22a Resolution which approves the Greater Tampa Chamber of Commerce/Committee of 100's Prospect #98-020, as a Qualified Applicant to Florida’s Qualified Target Industries Tax Refund Program. (Comms. Hart/Platt)

A-22b Resolution which approves the Greater Tampa Chamber of Commerce/Committee of 100's Prospect #99-172, as a Qualified Applicant to Florida’s Qualified Target Industries Tax Refund Program. (Comms. Hart/Platt)

A-22c Resolution which approves the Greater Tampa Chamber of Commerce/Committee of 100's Prospect #99-173, as a Qualified Applicant to Florida’s Qualified Target Industries Tax Refunds Program. (Comms. Hart/Platt)

B-3 Approve special exemption of County’s Employer’s Impact Fee Mitigation Program to induce a major economic development project to Hillsborough County.

2:00 p.m. C-2 Adopt the Final Assessment Resolution for the Buckhorn Run RWIU

C-3 Adopt the Final Assessment Resolutions required under Ordinance 96-7 to create the Capacity Assessment Units

C-4 Accelerate Phases IV and V(a) of the Falkenburg Road Jail Expansion Project.

C-5 Consider adoption of an Ordinance amending Ordinance 89-20 regarding Court Filing Fees used to support legal aid programs of Hillsborough County.

2:45 p.m. B-13 Authorize the Water Department to begin the required process, with the Real Estate Department, to surplus a portion of the Valrico Treatment Plant property located East of Dover Road.

3:15 p.m. B-14 Receive status report regarding a legal opinion rendered by the Attorney General in response to a request from the Board and the Hillsborough County Public Transportation Commission.

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

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