Archived Agendas

Wednesday, October 20, 1999, 9:00 AM
County Center, 2nd Floor

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SPECIAL PRESENTATIONS


PRESENTATION OF AWARD FOR OUTSTANDING EDUCATIONAL ACHIEVEMENT FOR THE WATER CONSERVATION ARTS PROJECT FROM THE PLANNING COMMISSION.

PRESENTATION OF SAFETY AWARD FROM THE FLORIDA WATER & POLLUTION CONTROL OPERATORS ASSOCIATION TO THE RIVER OAKS ADVANCED WASTEWATER TREATMENT PLANT.

PRESENTATION OF SAFETY AWARD FROM THE FLORIDA WATER & POLLUTION OPERATORS ASSOCIATION TO THE VAN DYKE WASTEWATER TREATMENT PLANT.




INVOCATION AND PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

SPECIAL PRESENTATION SECTION.

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 1999 Older Americans Act Title III Services:

1. Approve Amendment #1 to Standard Agreement with the West Central Florida Area on Aging, Inc. for period of January 1, 1999 - December 31, 1999, which increases the Federal funds by $51,536 and required match by $5,727. No additional County support funds are required as the increase in cash match is available from within the current Title III Additional County Support budget. Accept $4,250 in Special Even donations received.

2. Approve budget amendment to accept and appropriate $51,536 in Federal funds, transfer $8,248 in grant funds from CI to C2, transfer $5,737 from the current 1999 Title ACS budget to OAA Title Required Cash Match for the period of 1/1/99 - 12/31/99 as per Amendment #1 to Standard Agreement and accept and appropriate $4,250 in Special Event donations received.

Capital Program Administration

1-2 Defer the continuation of September 8, 1999 Impact Fee Workshop regarding Park, School, and Fire Impact Fees until staff meets with representatives of the Builders Association and hear their concerns.

Community Improvement

1-3 Approve releasing the demolition lien with accrued interest and cost assessed by Resolution #R98-225 in the amount of $5,537.27 against the property located at 17320 Linda Vista Circle, for the cost incurred by the County for demolition and removal of one dilapidated single family dwelling and removal of trash, junk and debris.

1-4 Approve a resolution assessing a lien in the amount of $3,985.00 against the property located at 8711 US Highway 301 North, for the cost incurred by the County for demolition and removal of a dilapidated frame dwelling and removal of trash, junk and debris.

1-5 Approve a resolution assessing a lien in the amount of $2,991.00 against the property located at 5209 Lime Avenue, for the cost incurred by the County for demolition and removal of a fire damaged structure and removal of trash, junk and debris.

1-6 Approve a resolution assessing a lien in the amount of $1,565.00 against the property located at 8421 Gardner Road, for the cost incurred by the County for demolition and removal of dilapidated mobile home and removal of trash, junk and debris.

1-7 Approve agreement with The Centre for Women in the amount of $252,781 for their Senior Home Improvement Program.

Cooperative Extension Service

1-8 Approve agreement with the University of Florida Cooperative Extension Service for an Integrated Pest Management/Urban Commercial Horticulture Agent at a cost of $10,500 annually, for the period October 1, 1999 through September 30, 2000. Funds for this agreement are included in the FY 00-01 budget.

1-9 Approve agreement with the Florida Cooperative Extension Service for a Water Management/Horticulture Agent at a cost of $31,356 annually, for the period October 1, 1999 through September 30, 2000. Funds for this agreement are included in the FY 001-01 budget.

County Administrator's Office

1-10 Receive interim report regarding Tampa Bay Regional Planning Council and Pasco County relative to road projects in Pasco County.

Economic Development

1-11 Approve request for extension of time to present the DM/DWBE & SBE Programs report to the BOCC.

1-12 Approve budget amendment to accept and appropriate an additional $250,000 in grant funds from the Florida Department of Labor and Employment Security, Division of Jobs and Benefits for implementing the local One-Stop Career Center System. Contact period is September 10, 1998 through June 30, 2000, with no additional costs to the County.

1-13 Approve the Job Training Partnership Non-Financial Agreement with the Workforce Development Board, the State Department of Education and the School District of Hillsborough County for the period 7/1/99 - 12/31/99 in the amount of $80,000 to provide school-to-work transition, life long learning and support services for approximately 150 JTPA participants, with no additional costs to the County.

Fire Rescue

1-14 Approve resolution authorizing the Hillsborough County Fire Rescue Department to apply for an EMS grant from the Florida Department of Health to improve and expand the County's existing pre-hospital EMS system.

Health & Social Services Department

1-15 Approve Agreement for Baker Act with Mental Health Care, Inc. for the two-year period beginning October 1, 1999 and continuing up to and including September 30, 2001 in an annual amount not-to-exceed $1,733,703.

1-16 Approve first modification to contract with MMG Transportation for backup transportation services for the Specialized Transportation Program. This modification will increase the annual not-to-exceed amount for the first year from $200,000 to $300,000.

1-17 Approve the second modification to agreement with the Florida Department of Health, Pasco County Health Department, decreasing the maximum amount payable for the provision of primary medical care specifically to HIV + women, infants, and children from $59,063 to $25,000, and increasing primary medical care from $33,520 to $67,583 for the period ending February 29, 20000, with no additional costs to the County.

1-18 Approve the Agreement, the License Agreement, and the Maintenance and Support Agreement with Groupware Technologies, Inc. for the purchase of hardware, software, and maintenance of a Management Information System for Ryan White providers in Hillsborough, Pinellas, Pasco and Hernando Counties, in the amount of $230,357. The Agreement is for the period beginning October 1, 1999 and ending February 29, 2000, with no additional costs to the County.

Human Resources

1-19 Approve the unanimous recommendation of the Hillsborough County Insurance Committee to exercise the option to renew the County's contract with CIGNA as our Third Party Administrator for our health plan at slightly increased administrative fees and authorize the Chair to sign the modification to the contract implementing this renewal.

Information & Technology Services

1-20 Receive report regarding update on Year 2000 Compliance.

Management & Budget Department

1-21 Receive report on balances in the Reserves for Contingency accounts for the General Fund, MSTU Fund, and Library Fund.

1-22 Receive Status Report Grant Applications In-Process.

1-23 Receive report regarding August 1999 Financial Summary.

Office of Public Affairs

1-24 Receive preliminary report regarding Florida Association of Counties Legislative Program.

Parks & Recreation Department

1-25 Receive notice of public meeting scheduled for November 8, 1999 at 7:00 p.m. until 10:00 p.m. at the All Peoples Life Center to discuss the management plans for the Bower Tract and the Balm Boyette Scrub.

Planning & Growth Management

1-26 Approve the first modification agreement for the Brandon Main Street Project which will extend the contract 95 days through January 31, 2000 and increase the not-to-exceed amount from $125,000 to $145,000, a total increase of $20,000.

Public Safety

1-27 Approve the agreement with West Coast Media Group to produce the Hillsborough County Hurricane Home Protection Guide.

1-28 Approve the Emergency Management Preparedness and Assistance Trust Fund Grant agreement with the Florida Department of Community Affairs for the period 10/1/99 through 9/30/00 in the amount of $103,810 and enhance the local emergency management programs.

Public Works Department

1-29 Approve Change Order Number One to the contract with Zicorp Corp. Constructors, L.C. for the construction of Bullard Parkway from East of Morris Bridge Road to vicinity of I-75 project, increasing the contract amount by $391,358.24, with no increase to contract time.

1-30 Approve Change Order Number Two Final to the contract with Kimmins Contracting Corporation, for the construction of Northwest Mitigation Bank project, decreasing the contract amount by $12,751.15 and increasing the contract time by two hundred sixty three (263) days for reasons indicated in the background.

1-31 Approve the Miscellaneous Professional Services Contracts for Miscellaneous Professional Services for Subsurface Investigation and Testing Services (Soils, Materials, and Geotechnical) for a two-year period with QORE Property Sciences, Inc. The maximum compensation for each Work Order shall not exceed $100,000 and the maximum contract value during the two-year period shall not exceed $600,000.

1-32 Approve Change Order Number 1 Final to the contract with Southwest Contracting, Inc. for the construction of the Livingston Avenue & Sunset Lane Intersection Improvements project, increasing the contract amount by $19,332.53, increasing contract time by sixty-six (66) days and adjusting milestone dates as indicated in the background.

1-33 Approve Florida Department of Transportation permit authorizing the closing of US 41 between 11th Avenue NE and 6th Avenue SE for the Veterans of Foreign Affairs Wars' Parade in Ruskin on November 13, 1999. Further, approve the Indemnification and Hold Harmless Agreement with the Veterans of Foreign Wars wherein the Veterans of Foreign Wars will indemnify and hold the County harmless. The permit is required pursuant to Florida Administrative Code Chapters 14-65.

1-34 Approve and execute the agreement with Lowe's Home Centers, Inc. to realign access along Providence for the installation of signalization and execute the non-exclusive grant of easement in favor of Lowe's Home Centers, Inc.

1-35 Approve first modification agreement in the amount of $33,897.69 with Harvard Jolly Clees Toppe, Architects, P.A., to provide additional architectural services for the Northeast (New Tampa) Regional Library. (Written material to be provided under separate cover.)

1-36 Approve increase credit capacity for the Stormwater Program by $606,000 to provide necessary funding to cover anticipated encumberances and appropriations for two capital projects previously approved by the BOCC under the Accelerated Stormwater Program. (Written material to be provided under separate cover.)

Purchasing Department

1-37 Extend the quote from East Bay Sanitation Services for one thirty-day period on a sole source basis in the amount of $13,684 for a new amount of $41,052. Additionally, authorize the Director of Purchasing to extend the quote for one additional thirty-day period at the same amount, if necessary.

1-38 Bid No. C-564-97 - Health & Social Services Department - Provision of Durable Medical Equipment and Oxygen Therapy Services for Eligible Indigent Residents of Hillsborough County - Approve renewal of existing contract with Respitek, Inc., for a one year period beginning December 1, 1999, and ending November 30, 2000 in an amount not to exceed $122,776.50 at same terms and conditions of the existing contract, as modified.

1-39 Bid No. C-565-97 - Health & Social Services Department - Provision of Disposable Medical Supplies for Eligible Indigent Residents of Hillsborough County - Approve renewal of existing contract with Respitek, Inc., for a one year period beginning December 1, 1999, and ending November 30, 2000 in an amount not-to-exceed $277,000 at same terms and conditions of the existing contract, as modified.

1-40 Bid No. C-711-99 - Public Works Department - Linebaugh Avenue Roadway Improvements (Plantation Boulevard to Dale Mabry Highway) - Reject all bids submitted for Linebaugh Avenue Roadway Improvements, for reasons indicated in the Background.

1-41 Bid No. C-742-99 - Public Works Department - Rio Vista Phase I Drainage Improvements - Award Bid to Steve's Excavating & Paving, Inc., for the amount of $276,394.70.

1-42 Bid No. C-743-99 - Public Works Department - Lighting and Signal Term Contract - Award Bid to Highway Safety Devices, Inc., for an amount not-to-exceed $500,000.00.

1-43 Bid No. C-744-99 - Public Works Department - Road Reconstruction Term Contract - Award bid to Ajax Paving Industries, Inc., for an amount not-to-exceed $2,000,000.00.

1-44 Bid No. C-751-99 - Public Works Department - Hot-In-Place Recycling Treatment Program - Award Bid to Cutler Repaving, Inc., for an amount not-to-exceed $500,000.00.

1-45 Bid No. C-762-99 - Public Works Department - Road and Intersection Improvements Term Contract - Award Bid to Kimmins Contracting Corp., for an amount not-to-exceed $2,000,000.00.

1-46 Bid No. P-728-99 - Parks and Recreation and Fleet Management Departments - Purchase of One (1) Portable Outdoor Bleacher - Award Bid to Kay Park Recreation Corporation, in the amount of $29,180.00, and authorize Director of Purchasing to purchase one (1) additional unit, if required, at same price, terms, and conditions in accordance with bid specifications. Further request the Board reject bid from Sportmaster for reasons stated in the background. This bid is also available to Hillsborough County Governmental Purchasing Council.

1-47 Bid No. P-759-99 - Community Improvement Department - Purchase of Forty (40) Water Quality Monitoring Sondes - Award Bid to C. C. Lynch & Associates, Inc., in the amount of $115,144.00 and authorize the Director of Purchasing to purchase up to an additional 40 units, if required, at the same price, terms, and conditions in accordance with the bid specifications for the Ruskin Tropical Agriculture facility. This bid is also available to the Hillsborough County Governmental Purchasing Council.

1-48 Bid No. SP-019-99 - Water Department - Sale of Surplus Miscellaneous Equipment - Declare as surplus and authorize disposal of tangible personal property consisting of two items of Miscellaneous Equipment pursuant to Section 274.06, Florida statutes, by sale to the highest bidder. Further, authorize the Clerk-Board of County Commissioners to remove the property from the inventory asset record after verification of disposal by Purchasing.

1-49 Bid No. SP-020-99 - Supervisor of Elections - Transfer of Precinct Ballot Counters to the Pinellas County Supervisor of Elections - Declare as surplus and authorize transfer of Precinct Ballot Counters, pursuant to Section 274.06, Florida Statutes. Further, authorize the Clerk-Board of County Commissioners to remove this property from the inventory asset record after verification of disposal by Purchasing.

1-50 Bid No. T-607-99 - Public Works Department - Sole Source Purchase of Mist Traffic Signal Equipment - Approve Bid with Transportation Control Systems, for a two year period in an amount not-to-exceed $150,315.00. This Purchase Agreement is available to the Hillsborough County Governmental Purchasing Council.

1-51 File No. T-687-99 - Fire Rescue - Sole Source Purchase of An Incident Reporting System - Approve sole source purchase of an incident reporting system with GTE Florida, for a five-year period in the amount of $420,998.10 which includes system maintenance for years two through five.

1-52 RFP No. C-646-99 - Construction Contract for 700 Twiggs Street Building Renovations - Select Morrick Constructors, Inc., the firm ranked as number one to provide construction and related services for the 700 Twiggs Street Building Renovations and approve the agreement which resulted from the negotiation with Morrick Constructors, Inc., for construction of 700 Twiggs Street Building Renovations and related services for a Guaranteed Maximum Price of $5,076.500.

1-53 Authorize the Insurance and Claims Division to settle three claims totaling $45,000 for an alleged main switch at a lift station that was tripped on 10/5/99 causing the sewer to backup into two businesses.

Real Estate Department

1-54 Approve a five-year lease with the Gateway Square, Inc. for 1,819 square feet of office space at 505 E. Jackson Street, Suite 204, in Tampa for use by the Health & Social Services Department (Community Action Program). The rent for the full service lease is $13 per square foot per year for the first three years ($1,970.58 per month). The rent will increase incrementally by 50 cents per square foot per year for each of the next two years.

1-55 Approve a five-year lease with the Gateway Square, Inc. for 3,500 square feet of office space at 505 E. Jackson Street, Suite 300, in Tampa for use by the Communications Department (Citizen Boards Support). The rent for the full service lease is $13 per square foot per year for the first three years ($3,791.67 per month). The rent will increase incrementally by 50 cents per square foot per year for each of the next two years.

1-56 Approve a five-year lease with the Gateway Square, Inc. for 2,079 square feet of office space at 505 E. Jackson Street, Suites 303 and 307, in Tampa for use by Aging Services Department. The rent for the full service lease is $13 per square foot per year for the first three years ($2,252.25 per month). The rent will increase incrementally by 50 cents per square foot per year for each of the next two years.

1-57 Approve Agreements and authorize processing and acceptance of the instruments of conveyance from Billy Hamm and Mavis Hamm in the amount of $17,000 for right of way and permanent easement for Delaney Creek.

1-58 Adopt a resolution for the purpose of accepting an offer of dedication for the streets within the plat of Westchase Section. Subject dedication is being made by Westbrooke Westchase, L.P., a Delaware limited partnership, I.H. Suncoast Homes, Inc., Weekly Homes, L.P., and Homes of Florida, Inc. As owners of the subject rights of ways.

1-59 Approve the agreement and authorize processing and acceptance of instruments, from James L. Detweiler, in the amount of $2,800 for a drainage easement along Delaney Creek between railroad tracks and 86th Street.

1-60 Approve license agreement with the Florida Frontiersmen, Inc., a non-profit Florida Corporation, to allow the use of County owned land for the holding of the "2000 Alafia River Rendevous." There will be no charge for the use of the subject land which is adjacent to the Southeast County Landfill. The Frontiersmen are required to provide security, liability insurance coverage, and restoration of the property. They have also agreed to post notices indicating that alcoholic beverages are prohibited on County property.

1-61 Approve the agreement and authorize processing and acceptance of instruments, from Erwin G. and LaVera T. Leiss, in the amount of $11,000 for a drainage easement along Delaney Creek, between railroad tracks and 86th Street.

Solid Waste Department

1-62 Approve and execute first modification to contract with International Petroleum Corp., increasing the contract not-to-exceed amount by $12,000 to cover charges for services to be incurred thru March 2000 for the Transport and Disposal of Leachate from the South County and Northwest County Transfer Stations, resulting in the total contract value being increased from $35,400 to $47,400.

1-63 Approve and execute an agreement with Keep Hillsborough County Beautiful, Inc. to provide comprehensive litter prevention, waste reduction and public education programs for Hillsborough County which will assist and enhance the County's solid waste management program, for a one year period from October 1, 1999 through September 30, 2000, in the amount of $67,500.

1-64 Implement previous decision of the Board by executing the second modification agreement to the Franchise Agreement with Waste Management of Tampa for solid waste services which would allow Waste Management of Tampa to receive an annual unit price adjustment for FY 2000.

Water Department

1-65 Adopt the amendment of the effective date of August 4, 1999 resolution to amend the Industrial Pretreatment Program Escalating Procedures, to correct a scriverner's error in its provision for its effective date.

1-66 Ratify staff action and authorize payment of HydroQual, Inc. for the provision of professsional consulting services and expert witness testimony in the amount of $25,046.59 for the reasons stated in the background.

***County Attorney***

1-67 Approve scheduling a public hearing for November 17, 1999 at 2:00 p.m. to consider an ordinance amending Hillsborough County Ordinance 96-33 regarding solid waste disposal assessment eliminating the requirement that owner occupied mobile homes in mobile home parks, owner occupied apartments in an apartment complex, and owner occupied residential units in public lodging establishments that receive commercial collection service or self haul be subject to the disposal assessment.

1-68 Approve contract with Attorney Charles Carlson for representation in the St. Pete Times public records lawsuit. (Written material to be provided under separate cover.)

*** Other Offices***

Clerk of Circuit Court

1-69 Receipt of Official Board Records (reports to be filed in Board Records upon receipt into official records).

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

2. Hillsborough County Board of County Commissioners Investment Information as of September 30, 1999.

3. Hillsborough County Water and Wastewater System Enterprise Fund unaudited interim financial report for nine months ended June 30, 1999.

4. SCS Engineers, annual inspection of the Hillsborough County Southeast County Landfill Facility, as required by Ordinance 84-11, as amended.

5. Camp Dresser & McKee, Hillsborough County Solid Waste Resource Recovery Facility annual inspection report for fiscal year 1999, as required by Ordinance 84-11, as amended.

6. Camp Dresser & McKee, Hillsborough County Solid Waste Transfer Stations annual inspection report dated September 1999, as required by Ordinance 84-11, as amended.

1-70 Approval to delete capital equipment items from County inventory by various departments as indicated in agenda backup.

1-71 Approve the removal of $39,059.65 of uncollectible accounts receivable from various Board departments and funds dating to 1991 from the financial records as of September 30, 1999.

1-72 Approve warrants and direct deposits issued under dates of October 12-18, 1999.

1-73 Approve minutes:

Workshop/Impact Fee Ordinance Review September 8, 1999
Land Use September 14, 1999
Regular Meeting September 16, 1999
Public Hearing/Budget September 16, 1999

Planning Commission

1-74 Approve budget amendment to accept and appropriate $707,734 for a grant received from the State of Florida Department of Transportation. There is no local match funding necessary.

B. REGULAR AGENDA

***County Administrator's Organization***

Aging Services

10:45 am B-1 Verbal presentation of department functions.

Management & Budget

B-2 Approve staff proposed changes to the Capital Improvement Budget and Five-Year Program Policy (BOCC Policy Number 03.02.02.00). (Deferred from the September 15 meeting)

B-3 Authorize by super majority vote, in accordance with BOCC Policy 03.04.24.00, phosphate severance taxes to acquire the Valrico Treatment Plant Property, with no further action to purchase the property until an appraisal can be obtained and until maintenance and other operational costs can be determined. (Written material to be provided under separate cover.)

B-4 FY 00 Membership to Tampa Bay Regional Planning Council:

a. Approve payment of $284,697 for annual membership dues to the Tampa Bay Regional Planning Council for fiscal year beginning October 1, 1999 and ending September 30, 2000.

b. Approve budget amendment to appropriate by super majority vote, in accordance with BOCC Policy number 03.02.05.00, an additinoal $4,078 from the Reserve for Contingency - Countywide General Fund (Operating Fund) to increase the budgeted allocation for the higher membership.

Office of Neighborhood Relations

2:45pm B-5 Approve staff recommendation to alter the mini grant program as follows: 1: The "Projects for Consideration" be expanded to include projects which implement the Hillsborough County's Millennium Committee slogan "Reflections of the Past, Vision for the Future." Neighborhoods will be encouraged to propose projects which highlight the history of the community or chart a vision for their future. 2) A section entitled "Projects Eligible for Funding" be added to application packet which will state the Board's purpose for the money namely to: a) Strengthen neighborhood associates and b) strengthen the communities which they serve. Applications should have evidence of this "strengthening" in both the application and implementation phases of the proposed programs/projects. 3) Approve project time-line for FY 2000.

Office of Public Affairs

B-6 Adopt five additional statements to the 2000 State Legislative Program: Eliminate conflict between federal Americans with Disabilities Act and Florida Statutes; Seek changes in State law to reduce share of County funding required for child care licensure; Support legislation which permits regional mitigation and fee in lieu of mitigation for projects with wetlands impacts; Support change in State law governing Emergency Shelters and the identification of public shelter space; Seek changes in State law which governs zoning of "adult use."

Public Safety

B-7 Receive report regarding privatization of night time security services. (Written material to be provided under separate cover.)

***County Attorney***

***Other Offices***

Clerk of Circuit Court

B-8 Accept County Audit Report No. 81, Fire Rescue Department Cash Collection and Petty Cash, into official Board records.

C. PUBLIC HEARINGS

2:00pm C-1 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.

2:00pm C-2 Consider adopting an Ordinance amending Hillsborough County Ordinance 98-54, pertaining to the Code Enforcement Board and Special Master.

D. SCHEDULED APPEARANCES

1:30pm D-1 Appearance by Shirley Ryals, Hillsborough Community 2000 Millennium Committee.

1:45pm D-2 Appearance by Leslie Miller, Chairperson, Head Start/Early Head Start Policy Council to discuss the Policy Council/Fourth Quarter Report.

2:30pm D-3 Appearance by Tom Morrison, Counsel for the Hillsborough County Industrial Development Authority, concerning an application for $100 million tax-exempt bond financing from National Gypsum Company.

3:00pm D-4 Appearance by Maureen S. Kelly, Executive Director, West Central Florida Area Agency on Aging, Inc. regarding presentation on "Florida's Policy for Aging: The Impact on Hillsborough County."

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.

BOCC Correspondence

E-3 Correspondence received from Senator Hargrett regarding options on the future of the County Public Transportation Commission. (Staff report in included in the agenda written material.)

E- 4 Continuation of discussion October 6 off-the-agenda item regarding correspondence from Senator Lee on performance audits.

Commissioner Hart

E-5 Discuss rescheduling the November 17, 1999 BOCC regular meeting in order to avoid conflict with the Florida Association of Counties Annual Legislative Conference being held November 17-19, 1999.

E-6 Discussion regarding memorandum from Mary Helen Campbell concerning appointments to and meetings of the Charter Review Board.

E-7 Discussion regarding memorandum from Bob Hunter of the Planning Commission concerning Hillsborough County's Unfunded Needs List.

10:00am E-8 Evaluation of County Administrator.

F. STAFF REPORTS

County Administrator's Office

F-1 Report on Committee of 99.

Note: A workshop will be held from 4:30 - 5:30 regarding the impact of additional Homestead Exemption for seniors. (Continued from the October 6 meeting.)

LIST OF ITEMS SCHEDULED FOR A TIME CERTAIN:

10:00 a.m. E-8 Evaluation of County Administrator.

10:45 p.m. B-1 Verbal presentation of department functions.

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

11:45 a.m. Lunch recess

1:30 p.m. D-1 Appearance by Shirley Ryals, Hillsborough Community 2000 Millennium Committee.

1:45 p.m. D-2 Appearance by Leslie Miller, Chairperson, Head Start/Early Head Start Policy Council to discuss the Policy Council/Fourth Quarter Report.

2:00 p.m. C-1 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-2 Consider adopting an Ordinance amending Hillsborough County Ordinance 98-54, pertaining to the Code Enforcement Board and Special Master.

2:30 p.m. D-3 Appearance by Tom Morrison, Counsel for the Hillsborough County Industrial Development Authority, concerning an application for $100 million tax-exempt bond financing from National Gypsum Company.

2:45 p.m. B-5 Approve staff recommendation to alter the mini grant program

3:00 p.m. D-4 Appearance by Maureen S. Kelly, Executive Director, West Central Florida Area Agency on Aging, Inc. regarding presentation on "Florida's Policy for Aging: The Impact on Hillsborough County."

4:15 p.m. Special EPC Meeting to discuss and vote on whether to arbitrate Tampa Bay Water's Environmental Monitoring Program.

4:30 p.m. Workshop on the impact of additional Homestead Exemption of seniors.

ADDENDUM TO OCTOBER 20 AGENDA

OFF-THE-AGENDA ITEMS:

B-9 Authorize the County Administrator to direct the County Attorney’s Office to file all legal proceedings necessary to protect the County’s interests regarding water resource and supply matters.

E-9 Discussion regarding the requirement for public sewer and water connections in the urban service area. (Comm. Storms)

E-10 Discussion regarding the adult-use at Fowler and Nebraska. (Comm. Platt)

E-11 Discussion regarding correspondence received from the National Conference for Community and Justice. (Comm. Platt)

DEFERRALS/DELETIONS:

A-40 Linebaugh Avenue Roadway Improvements (Plantation Boulevard to Dale Mabry Highway) - Reject all bids submitted for Linebaugh Avenue Roadway Improvements, for reasons indicated in the Background - DELETE FROM AGENDA

B-2 Approve staff proposed changes to the Capital Improvement Budget and Five-Year Program Policy (BOCC Policy Number 03.02.02.00) - DEFER TO THE NOVEMBER 3 MEETING

CORRECTIONS TO AGENDA:

A-36 Approve increase credit capacity for the Stormwater Program by $606,000 ...CORRECT TO READ - INCREASE CREDIT CAPACITY AND APPROPRIATE $606,000.

A-37 Extend the quote from East Bay Sanitation Services for one thirty-day period on a sole source basis in the amount of $13,684...CORRECT TO READ - ON A SOLE SOURCE BASIS FOR $13,684, WHICH INCREASES PO FROM $27,368 TO $41,052.

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

A-64 Implement previous decision of the Board by executing the second modification agreement to the Franchise Agreement with Waste Management of Tampa for solid waste services. (Comm. Platt)

A-68 Approve contract with Attorney Charles Carlson for representation in the St. Pete Times public records lawsuit. (Comm. Platt)

ITEMS SCHEDULED TO BE HEARD AT A TIME CERTAIN:

9:30 a.m. E-4 Continuation of discussion October 6 off-the-agenda item regarding correspondence from Senator Lee on performance audits.

9:45 a.m. E-10 Discussion regarding the adult-use at Fowler and Nebraska. (Comm. Platt)

10:00 a.m. E-8 Evaluation of County Administrator.

10:45 p.m. B-1 Aging Services verbal presentation of department functions.

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

11:45 a.m. Lunch recess

1:30 p.m. D-1 Appearance by Shirley Ryals, Hillsborough Community 2000 Millennium Committee.

1:45 p.m. D-2 Appearance by Leslie Miller, Chairperson, Head Start/Early Head Start Policy Council to discuss the Policy Council/Fourth Quarter Report.

2:00 p.m. C-1 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-2 Consider adopting an Ordinance amending Hillsborough County Ordinance 98-54, pertaining to the Code Enforcement Board and Special Master.

2:30 p.m. D-3 Appearance by Tom Morrison, Counsel for the Hillsborough County Industrial Development Authority, concerning an application for $100 million tax-exempt bond financing from National Gypsum Company.

2:45 p.m. B-5 Approve staff recommendation to alter the mini grant program

3:00 p.m. D-4 Appearance by Maureen S. Kelly, Executive Director, West Central Florida Area Agency on Aging, Inc. regarding presentation on “Florida’s Policy for Aging: The Impact on Hillsborough County.”

3:15 p.m. E-9 Discussion regarding the requirement for public sewer and water connections in the urban service area. (Comm. Storms)

3:30 p.m. E-3 Correspondence received from Senator Hargrett regarding options on the future of the County Public Transportation Commission.

4:15 p.m. Special EPC Meeting to discuss and vote on whether to arbitrate Tampa Bay Water’s Environmental Monitoring Program.

4:30 p.m. Workshop on the impact of additional Homestead Exemption of seniors.


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