Archived Agendas

Wednesday, January 19, 2000, 9:00 AM
County Center, 2nd Floor

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INVOCATION AND PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

SPECIAL PRESENTATION SECTION.

Families First: Fireworks 2000 - Presentation of Plaques of Appreciation in Recognition of Outstanding Community Spirit and Contribution to the People of the City of Tampa and Hillsborough County.

Plaque Presentations to the following:
John J. Howley, Hospital Authority, September 1995 - June 1999
Lovell, Hillsborough Area Regional Transit Authority, November 1993 - October 1999

Proclamation honoring Jesus Lima, retired director of Aging Services.

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***

Community Improvement

1-1 Approve a resolution assessing a lien in the amount of $4,205 against the property located at 6004 Kracker Avenue, Gibsonton, Folio #51453.0000, for the cost incurred by the county for demolition and removal of one fire damaged structure and removal of trash, junk, and debris.

1-2 Approve Agreement with the Alliance for Affordable Housing, Inc. in the amount of $110,000 for the acquisition of property and related closing costs in the Wimauma Target Area for the development of affordable, multi-family housing and authorize the Chairman to execute future related financing documents pertaining to this project.

County Administrator's Office

1-3 Approve modification to contract with AAA Business Travel, d/b/a Auto Club South, to allow AAA Business Travel to return 100% of all earned air commissions to Hillsborough County in exchange for charging a management fee of 8.5 percent of annual base air sales.

1-4 Approve budget amendment to appropriate $14,123 in additional interest earnings associated with funding received under the 1997 Local Law Enforcement Block Grant (LLEBG), adjust the budgeted grant amount by $390, appropriate the net amount to meet the contractual commitments, and provide a refund of $1,246.48 to the Bureau of Justice Assistance (BJA), U.S. Department of Justice.

Fire Rescue

1-5 Approve budget amendment to appropriate $14,937 from the Department of Health, Bureau of Emergency Medical Services, EMS County Grants, for the period of October 1, 1999 through September 30, 2000 to purchase medical equipment along with $15,000 anticipated earnings of interest for the same period of time.

1-6 Approve budget amendment to appropriate $13,250 in interest earned on grant proceeds from the Department of Health, Bureau of Emergency Medical Services.

Health & Social Services Department

1-7 Approve Third Modification to Interlocal Agreement with Hillsborough Area Regional Transit Authority (HARTline) for the provision of Paratransit Service under the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (ADA). This modifies language regarding the scope of service. No additional County funds are required.

1-8 Approve the first modification to Agreement #99-0451 with Operation PAR, Inc., under the Ryan White CARE Act increasing the maximum amount payable for the provision of Substance Abuse Treatment/Counseling services from $148,484 to $208,484, decreasing unit reimbursement and amending measurable outcomes for the period ending February 29, 2000 for eligible HIV+ individuals in Pinellas County. No County funds are required.

1-9 Approve the Memorandum of Agreement with the Pinellas County Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) for the provision of transportation services to HIV+ individuals in Pinellas County in an amount not to exceed $45,767, for services provided March 1, 1999 through February 29, 2000, and renew the agreement for the period beginning March 1, 2000, and ending February 28, 2001, in the amount of $62,767. No County funds are required.

Management & Budget Department

1-10 Receive report on Status of Reserves for Contingencies in the Tax Funds - FY00.

1-11 Receive report regarding November 1999 Financial Summary

1-12 Receive report on Grant Applications In-Process.

1-13 Approve budget Amendment to provide funding in the amount of $45,000 for census support as requested by the Planning Commission and approved on January 5, 2000.

Neighborhood Relations

1-14 Request approval of the following Neighborhood Mini-Grant Review Committee's recommendations:

1. Associations to be funded;

2. Allocation per association;

3. Assignment to funding source as outlined in the attached Staff Report, utilizing $36,837 in budgeted FY2000 funds, $11,374 allocated by the Children?s Board and $5,055 allocated by the Community Foundation;

4. Authorize the Clerk of the Circuit Court to make payment on these grants based on "Letters of Understanding" signed by the Award Recipients;

5. Authorize the Office of Neighborhood Relations to conduct an additional application process with unallocated money (approximately $13,163) in County budgeted FY 2000 funds, which will provide an opportunity for associations who were unable to meet the application deadline or were not funded to submit project proposals prior to the end of the fiscal year.

Planning & Growth Management Department

1-15 Authorize the use of existing funds to provide professional facilitator services in the consensus building phase of the Thonotosassa Community Plan.

1-16 Approve budget amendment to appropriate $570 from the Environmental Restoration Fund Reserve Account to purchase 114 Natchez Crepe Myrtle trees, the official Millennium tree of the Hillsborough County 2000 Initiative to celebrate the Millennium Arbor Day at participating public elementary schools.

1-17 Approve the Second Modification Agreement for the Brandon Main Street Project which will extend the contract 151 days through June 30, 2000 to assist completion of the project's implementation strategies.

1-18 Approve the renewal of the maintenance agreement with Selectron for the Interactive Voice Response System.

1-19 Review of current zoning requirements and recommended zoning restrictions or amendments regarding convicted child molesters.

Public Works Department

1-20 Approve the date of February 16, 2000, for a public hearing for annexing new street lighting service areas, and related street lighting issues to the Hillsborough County Consolidated Street Lighting Special Purpose District for the 2000 tax year.

1-21 Approve Change Order No. One (1) Final to the contract with Pepper Contracting Services for the retrofitting of sidewalks with access ramps in accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, decreasing the contract amount by $60,778.55 with no change in contract time.

1-22 Approve the First Amendment to the Joint Project Agreement (JPA) between Hillsborough County and the City of Tampa for relocation of sanitary sewer facilities on Bearss Avenue/Duck Pond Phase II Drainage Improvements. The First Amendment increases the cost to be paid by the City to the County from $73,228.32 to $146,197.00, an increase of $72,968.68.

1-23 Approve and authorize the Chairman to sign the Notice of Termination of the Agreement with Morgan Construction Corporation for the Renovations to Midway Fire Station Project , CIP No. 71910, Bid No. PC-598-97, in accordance with the terms of the Agreement and for reasons explained in the Background; and further authorize staff to pursue appropriate legal remedies, including the filing of a lawsuit if necessary, to protect the County?s rights and interests in this matter.
1-24 Authorize staff to begin acquisition by donation of necessary right-of-way for the addition of approximately 0.77 mile of roadway for Oak Street, Varnes Alley and Titian Road in Seffner to the Maintained Road Inventory and to approve the implementation plan contained in the background.

Purchasing Department

1-25 Bid No. P-668-99 - Public Works and Fleet Management Departments - Award Bid No. P-668-99, Purchase of one (1) cookie cutter dredge and aquatic vegetation removal system to the low bidder meeting specifications, Innovative Material Systems, Inc. of Olathe, Kansas, in the amount of $229,365 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 reject the bid from Crisafulli, Inc. for reasons stated in the background. This bid is available to the Hillsborough County Governmental Purchasing Council. (Deferred from January 5, 2000 meeting)

1-26 RFP No. C-807-00 - Public Works Department - Reject the sole proposal submitted for RFP No. C-807-00, Construction Manager At Risk for Courthouse Square for reasons indicated in the background.

1-27 Bid No. C-118-96 - Solid Waste Department - Approve the third renewal of the existing contract with AO Services/SSU for operation of the Southeast County Landfill Leachate Treatment and Reclamation Facility for a one year period beginning on January 22, 2000 and ending on January 21, 2001 in an annual amount not to exceed $94,485.60.

1-28 Bid No. S-541-99 - Aging Services - Approve First Modification to the agreement for the provision of personal care services to functionally impaired senior citizens of Hillsborough County with Tampa Bay Health Care Services, Inc., d/b/a TGC Home Health Care, which includes a charge for RN visits to enroll APS/ESI referred clients into community care for elderly services for a total amount of $2,500.00 for the period of 2/20/00 to 2/19/01 and renew the contract for the period 2/20/00 through 2/19/01 in a not to exceed amount of $210,620.

1-29 RFQ No. C-597-97- Public Affairs - Approve renewal existing contract with Alcalde and Fay for a period of one year beginning March 2, 2000, and ending March 1, 2001, in the amount of $74,400 plus pre-approved expenses not to exceed $2,000 in accordance with Florida Statutes at the same terms and conditions. The renewal would utilize the second of two one-year options.

1-30 Bid No. S-723-99 - Information and Technology Services - Reject the sole bid submitted by Tampa Payphones, Incorporated for the reasons outlined in the background.

1-31 Bid No. C-730-99 - Solid Waste Department - Reject all bids submitted for Bid No. C-730-99, Taylor Road Landfill Gas Migration Control System Improvements for reasons indicated in the background.

1-32 RFP No. C-749-99; CIP No. 79048 & 79049 - Public Works - Construction Contract for Senior Adult Center - Westshore at Spruce Street & Senior Adult Center - Davis Park in Brandon.

1. Select Construction Technology Group, Inc., the firm ranked as number one to provide construction and related services for Request for Proposal (RFP) No. C-749-99 for the Senior Adult Center - Westshore at Spruce Street & Senior Adult Center - Davis Park at Brandon, CIP Nos. 79048 & 79049.

2. Approve the Agreement which resulted from the negotiation with Construction Technology Group, Inc., for construction of the Senior Adult Center - Westshore at Spruce Street & Senior Adult Center - Davis Park at Brandon and related services for a Guaranteed Maximum Price of $1,951,584.

3. Approve a budget amendment realigning the projects' budget and transferring $200,000 Ad Valorem Tax funds from Ruskin Community Services Center (CIP No. 90212) budget to the Senior Adult Center - Westshore at Spruce Street (CIP No. 79048) & the Senior Adult Center - Davis Park at Brandon (CIP No. 79049) budgets.

1-33 File No. T-818-00 - Public Works Department - Approve sole source purchase of Baytex, Dibrom 14, and Vectobac G Insecticides for A One Year Period per the award summary. Total combined award is in an amount not to exceed $429,930. The purchase agreements are available to the Hillsborough County Governmental Purchasing Council.

1-34 Bid No. P-878-00 - Solid Waste Department - Approve a modification (COCW20002809) to the existing sole source contract (POSW00752007) with Columbus McKinnon Corp. which increases the contract amount by $5,540.75 from $23,161.20 to $28,701.95 for the repair of a Columbus McKinnon Tire Shredder.

1-35 Bid No. C-815-00, CIP 31011 - Water Department - Award Bid No. C-815-00, North Boulevard Water Main Replacement - Phase II, to the low bidder meeting specifications, All American Concrete, Inc., in the amount of $655,268.12.

Real Estate Department

1-36 Approve a Second Amendment Agreement with Cypress Truck Lines, Inc., to renew their ground lease for a portion of the County's Falkenburg Road property fronting on Reeves Road, for an additional two (2) years. The leased site is approximately one (1) acre in size. The rent will increase by $25 per month, for a total rent of $275 per month.

1-37 Approve the agreement and authorize processing and acceptance of the instruments of conveyance from Raleigh H. Allen Jr., in the amount of $30,000 for road right of way and drainage easement for the Gunn Highway at Race Track Road intersection improvements (CIP 63027).

1-38 Approve the agreement and authorize processing and acceptance of instruments, from Juanita A. Ellis and William A. Scotch, in the amount of $4,250 for a drainage easement along Delaney Creek, between R.R. Tracks and 86th Street. (CIP No. 47081)

1-39 Accept the donation of a utility easement from Avila Realty, Inc. which lies along the Westerly right of way line of U. S. Hwy. 41 (Florida Ave.). Said Easement also lies on the Easterly side of a tract of land known as the Avila Office/Commercial Parcel which lies to the South of Lots 24 and 25 of Sedona De Avila #2, Recorded in Plat Book 85 Page 19.

1-40 Accept the donation of two Drainage Easement documents for the purpose of conveying drainage easement interests lying within Lots 11, 12, 21 and 22 of Block 16 and Tract 7-B as shown on the plat of Fishhawk Ranch Phase 2 Parcel "G", as recorded in Plat Book 84, Page 24 from Fishhawk Communities Limited Partnership, (Genstar Land Company as general partner).

1-41 Approve a purchase agreement in the amount of $13,000 and authorize the acceptance of the instruments of conveyance from Florencia del Valle, for a permanent drainage easement required for the widening of Delaney Creek (CIP 47081).

1-42 Accept the donation of the drainage easements lying within Lots 5 and 6 of Block 1, Lots 22 and 23 of Block 2, Lots 16, 17, 28 and 29 of Block 6 and TRACT "B-12" as shown on the plat of Fishhawk Ranch Phase 2 Parcel "I" Unit 1, as recorded in Plat Book 86, Page 31 from Fishhawk Communities Limited Partnership, (Genstar Land Company as general partner).

1-43 Accept a perpetual non-exclusive utility easement for land donated by the Leisure Colony Management Corporation for the Brandon Brook Plaza utility easement project.

1-44 Accept the donation of a perpetual drainage easement from Island Pine Corporation and Autozone, Inc. to Hillsborough County and authorize the Chairman to execute same. The acceptance of this perpetual Drainage Easement will serve to replace and terminate that certain Temporary Drainage Easement recorded in O.R. 6374, page 625. Said Perpetual Drainage Easement is located Westerly from Bell Shoals Road; lying approximately 350 feet North of Bloomingdale Road and contains 0.541 acres, more or less.

1-45 Approve a five (5) year lease with Ole B. Konig, d/b/a Crosstown Business Center, for approximately 11,600 square feet of office space at 4951-B East Adamo Drive, Suite 120, in Tampa, for use by the Health Department. The base rent for the first year is $12 per square foot per year, which results in a monthly payment of $11,600. The rent increases by 50 cents per square foot per year for each year thereafter. Any increases in insurance and real estate taxes over the current year are payable as additional rent based on percentage of occupancy in the complex. The Lessor will pay for water, sewer, and garbage collection expenses. The Lessee will pay for electricity and for maintenance of the leased premises.

1-46 Resolution - Eminent Domain - 131st Avenue East and 22nd Street North.

1. That the Board determine a reasonable necessity to acquire fee simple road right of way for the public purpose of widening and constructing improvements to the 131st Avenue East and 22nd Street North Intersection, Project 98-5-R.

2. That the Board adopt a resolution authorizing the acquisition of such property and property rights by eminent domain proceedings for such project.

3. That the Board authorize and direct the Hillsborough County Attorney?s Office to acquire such property and property rights in the name of Hillsborough County and to fully compensate the interested parties as required by law.

1-47 Approve a five (5) year lease with Ronnie F. and Linda C. Maxwell, for approximately one-half acre of land which is used by the Sheriff to contain and house impounded animals and livestock. The subject property is located off of Interstate 4, near the Polk County line. The rent is $300 per month.

1-48 In conjunction with the ELAP Program, the Board adopt a Resolution and authorize the Chairman to execute the four (4) separate Contracts for the purchase of four lots totaling 4.22 acres in the Brooker Creek Site (f.k.a. Clearwater) owned by Fanny D'Agostino, Elvira D'Agostino, Theresa D'Andrea and Anthony D'Andrea with a total purchase price of One Hundred Forty Eight Thousand Fifty Dollar ($148,050.00). The Board authorizes the Chairman to execute the four Contracts and other documents for this transaction provided they do not materially alter the agreement. The Board authorizes staff to proceed in accordance with the conditions of the Contract (though staff may waive the requirement for the environmental assessment if deemed appropriate) and the payment of the transaction costs not to exceed $7,000.00 and payment of the purchase price for a total acquisition cost not to exceed $155,050.

1-49 Approve a quit claim deed in favor of Ignazio Zambito and Carmela Faucette, for the purpose of releasing the Anderson Road limited access rights affecting Mr. Zambito?s and Mrs. Faucette's property located at the northwest corner of Linebaugh Avenue and Anderson Road pursuant to that certain resolution adopted by the Board on October 12, 1999 and that the Chairman be authorized to execute same.

1-50 Approve a contract with Iglesia Bautista DeCarrollwood (Carrollwood Baptist Church), in the amount of $100,000 to purchase a strip of land to provide access from Smitter Road to the new Northwest Regional Library.

Water Department

1-51 Approve the Interlocal Agreement with the City of Tampa defining the water and wastewater service boundaries contingent upon the City Council's ratification of the agreement.

1-52 Approve the contract for professional engineering design and construction phase services for the Falkenburg Advanced Waste Water Treatment Plant expansion from 6.0 to 9.0 mgd with Montgomery Watson Americas, Inc.

1-53 Approve the Cooperative Funding Agreement with the Southwest Florida Water Management District for the ULF Toilet Rebate Program - Phase VII (P609).

Water Team

1-54 Waive the requirement set forth in the second sentence of the Recommendation Section of Agenda item B-9 which was approved by the BOCC at its October 20, 1999 meeting, and ratify the County's October 25, 1999 filing of the Petition for Administrative Determination of the Invalidity of Proposed Rules challenging the Southwest Florida Water Management District's proposed Minimum Flows and Level rules, and acknowledge that the County Attorney has had, and continues to have, the authority to prosecute the rule challenge to completion.

1-55 With regard to the MFL rule challenge initiated by the County on October 25, 1999:

1. Ratify all prior testimony given by D. Anderson Smith as the County?s representative under Florida Rule of Civil Procedure 1.310(b)(6) (a copy of the transcripts, including all errata thereto, containing D. Anderson Smith's prior testimony are on file in the County Administrator's Office)

2. Appoint D. Anderson Smith to testify on behalf of the County pursuant to Florida Rule of Civil Procedure 1.310(b)(6).

3. Authorize D. Anderson Smith to provide trial testimony as the County's representative pursuant to the Florida Rules of Civil Procedures.

***County Attorney***

1-56 Authorize the County Attorney's Office to accept $60,674 as full and final settlement of the amount owed Hillsborough County for public assistance.

** Other Offices***

Clerk of Circuit Court

1-57 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. Hillsborough County Children's Board financial report for fiscal quarter ended September 30, 1999, pursuant to Section 7, County Ordinance 88-28.

3. Supervisor of Elections budget amendment 00-1 for fiscal year 2000 in the amount of $127,782.

4. Audited financial statement for the Twelve Oaks Special District for year ended September 30, 1999.

5. Audited financial statements from the following Special Dependent Tax Districts for the year ended September 30, 1999, pursuant to Florida Statue 218.32(1)(b):

Bloomingdale Oaks
Carrollwood Meadows
Logan Gate Village
North Pointe

1-58 Approval to delete capital equipment item from County inventory by the Parks and Recreation Department, as indicated in agenda backup.

1-59 Approve remittance of $729.77 to the Clerk of Circuit Court for properties on which no bids were received at the tax deed sale of December 20, 1999.

1-60 Accept County Audit Report 83, Laser Check Processing.

1-61 Approve warrants and direct deposits issued under dated of January 11-17, 2000.

1-62 Approve minutes:

Land Use December 7, 1999
Public Hearing/Committee of 99 Recommendations December 7, 1999
Goal Setting Session December 8-9, 1999
Regular Meeting December 15-16, 1999
Public Hearing/Comprehensive Plan Amendment Adoption December 16, 1999

B. REGULAR AGENDA

***County Administrator's Organization***

Capital Program Administrator

B-1 No Fee Zones

a. Request the Board to set a Public Hearing date to amend the master Impact Assessment Ordinance on February 2, 2000 to allow for changes in the size criteria of the No Impact Fee Zones for Transportation/Right-of-Way.

b. Request the Board to set a Public Hearing date to adopt six No Impact Fee Zones for Transportation/Right-of-Way in Hillsborough County. These include the following CDBG Target Areas: University of South Florida, Causeway, Progress Village, Orient, Wimauma, and Gibsonton.
c. Direct staff to implement the water and sewer component of the No Fee Zone beginning February 1, 2000.

d. Appropriate by supermajority vote a budget amendment to transfer $100,000 from the Unincorporated General Fund Reserve for Contingency in accordance with BOCC policy 03.02.02.00 to begin the implementation of the water and sewer component of the program.

B-2 Affirm staff's previous position that legal constraints prevent impact fees due in subdivisions platted prior to 1985 and 80 percent built-out to be considered a "de minimus" impact.

B-3 Time Payment of Transportation and Right-of-Way Impact Fees for New Residential Development

a. Approve the concept of the time payment of transportation and right-of-way impact fees for residential development.

b. Direct staff to initiate a test case to validate the special assessment bonds needed to implement this concept.

B-4 Accept the Impact Fee Calendar of Events for the year 2000, and affirm the Status Report on Impact Fee Task Force Recommendations.

County Administrator's Office

B-5 (3:00 pm) Initiatives To Reduce Energy Use and Save Costs

a. Receive a general summary of those Local Action Plan (LAP) measures that have been identified reduce energy and save costs; direct the County Administrator to cost out and determine appropriate strategy to implement the best short, mid and long term energy reduction programs to meet the energy reduction goals to the LAP. The County Administrator will recommend organizational changes to create an Energy Team to complete this work by September 1, 2000. This task will also require continued coordination with ICLEI.

b. Report back to the Board no later than September 1, 2000 with a further update and additional recommended areas to pursue to improve more efficient use of utility and energy resources so that the BOCC can consider in the County?s budget process.

c. Incorporate the evaluation and implementation of cost-effective energy reducing alternatives, wherever appropriate, in the County's future new building and/or retrofit projects. This would be achieved through the inclusion of such requirements within professional services agreements in conjuction with energy manager reviews.

d. Authorize the County Administrator to pursue the use of a State of Florida Contract for Utility Services to engage a firm to evaluate current and past electric and telephone bills and charges for Hillsborough County. The services for the audit will be paid for from the savings that they achieve.

B-6 Report and Recommendation to Designate Specific Hillsborough County Executives in the Senior Management Service Class of the Florida Retirement System.

a. That the BOCC indicate their intent to approve, after publication, the positions of Assistant County Administrator and Public Affairs Officer to the Senior Management Service Class of the Florida Retirement System.

b. That the BOCC indicate their intent to approve, after publication, the purchase of service credit for these positions retroactive to October 1, 1996, the date of the County Administrator?s reorganization.

c. That the BOCC advertise the intent to designate the Assistant County Administrator positions and the Public Affairs Officer position to the Senior Management Service Class of the Florida Retirement System.

B-7 Adopt County goals and County Administrator's revised goals and objectives for year 2000.

Economic Development

B-8 (3:30 pm) County Proposal for NFL/YET Program/Budget Amendment.

a. Approve submission of the attached proposal to the National Football League to define the County's plans for implementing a NFL-Youth Education Town program, as part of hosting the 2001 Super Bowl.

b. Approve Budget Amendment to accept and appropriate $500,000 from the National Football League and appropriate by super majority vote, in accordance with BOCC Policy 03.02.05.00, $250,000 from the Unincorporated General Fund for contingency to provide partial required match funds for the NFL-YET Program.

Human Resources

B-9 Accept report on the Evaluation of the Continuing Education and Training Needs of Hillsborough County Employees. (BRC #00055)

Information Technology

B-10 Accept report regarding use of Paperless Technology and Innovative Purchasing Techniques. (BRC # 00043)

Management and Budget

B-11 Accept the County Administrator?s recommendation to continue a cross-organizational Steering Committee on Blue Ribbon Committee recommendations regarding technology support functions. (BRC # 00027)

B-12 Accept the County Administrator?s recommendation to provide the matrix of county services as a part of the biennial budget documents, in response to Blue Ribbon Committee recommendation regarding prioritizing services. (BRC #00100)

B-13 Authorize the County Administrator to approach the City of Tampa to discuss opportunities for parks and recreation service integration/consolidation. (BRC #00028)

B-14 Accept the Administration's recommendation to allow the Charter Review Committee to review the governmental structure, in satisfaction of the Blue Ribbon Committee?s recommendation on government modernization. (BRC #00025)

B-15 Reaffirm action to approve April 14, 1999 in satisfaction of the Blue Ribbon Committee?s recommendation regarding a filter process for core functions. (BRC #00004)

B-16 Reaffirm action approved April 14, 1999 in satisfaction of the Blue Ribbon Committee's recommendation regarding a filter process for core functions. (BRC #00095)

B-17 Accept County Administrator's recommendation that the existing BOCC Policy 03.02.02.03 completes the Blue Ribbon Committee recommendation regarding financial policies. (BRC #00003)

B-18 Approve County Administrator's recommendation to continue the development of internal competition. (BRC #00001)

B-19 Approve the County Administrator's recommendation to continue the development of internal competition in response to Blue Ribbon Committee recommendations. (BRC #00099)

B-20 Accept the County Administrator's recommendation that the current lobbying contract satisfies the Blue Ribbon Committee recommendation regarding performance criteria. (BRC #00024)

Office of Public Affairs

B-21 Adopt staff recommendations for the 2000 Federal Work Program which includes continuation of the 1999 program with the reduced request for All Peoples Park of $500,000 and the addition of a funding request for Cone Ranch acquisition and restoration for up to $20 million.

C. PUBLIC HEARINGS

C-1 2:00 pm Consider Amendment to H.C. Ordinance 96-33 relating to solid waste collection & disposal assessments to amend assessment requirements for mobile home parks.

C-2 2:00 pm Consider for adoption an ordinance extending the one-cent local option motor fuel and special fuel tax (Pennies for Potholes) from January 1, 2002 until December 31, 2011.

C-3 4:00 pm Consider ordinance on Utility Connection Ordinance replacement. Staff recommends referral to Planning and Growth Management Department. (Written material to be provided under separate cover.)

C-4 2:00 pm Adopt a resolution designating a 35 acre site owned by Robbins Manufacturing Company as a "Brownfields Area" pursuant to Florida Brownfields Redevelopment Act of 1997.

C-5 2:00 pm Adopt ordinance setting maximum allowable charges for towing and storage of vehicles removed from private property without the prior consent of the vehicle owners or custodians.

D. SCHEDULED APPEARANCES

D-1 11:15 am Mayor Fran Barford, Chairperson of Transportation Disadvantaged Coordinating Board for presentation of the annual evaluation of the Transportation Disadvantaged Program.

D-2 11:35 am Quarterly Report 1999/2000 from the Head Start Policy Council.

D-3 1:30 pm Presentation of memorabilia from the Friendship Trail Grand Opening to the County Commission by Frank Miller, President of the Friendship Trail Corporation.

D-4 1:45 pm John Fitzgerald, Executive Director, Keep Hillsborough County Beautiful, Inc. presenting the "millennium plant," the Notches crape myrtle in honor of State Arbor Day.

D-5 1:45 pm Bob Weston, County Surveyor, County Surveying Division of the Real Estate Department presenting the Millennium Edition of the Hillsborough County Atlas.

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.

Commissioners' Correspondence

E-3 Letter received from Governor?s Council for Sustainable Florida regarding awards in the year 2000. Staff recommends referral to the Planning and Growth Management Department.
Commissioner Storms

E-4 Discussion regarding an ordinance to address signs and building facades in the right-of-way on Highway 60. (Deferred from January 5, 2000)

E-5 Discussion regarding advertising in the right-of-way.

F. STAFF REPORTS

County Administrator's Office

F-1 State of the County Message.(To be presented during the meeting.)

Information and Technology Services

F-2 Receive final report on Year 2000 Readiness

Management and Budget

F-3 Discussion of budget process review.

Planning and Growth Management

F-4 Report regarding Denise Lane's comments during the Jan. 5 BOCC meeting regarding church/school permits in Livingston Acres. (Written material to be provided under separate cover.)

Solid Waste Management

F-5 Report on the Evaluation of Residential Solid Waste Collection Service Quality Assurance Assessment.

LIST OF ITEMS SCHEDULED FOR A TIME CERTAIN:

11:00 am Consent items removed for discussion.

11:15 am D-1 Mayor Fran Barford, Chairperson of Transportation Disadvantaged Coordinating Board for presentation of the annual evaluation of the Transportation Disadvantaged Program.

11:35 am D-2 Receive First Quarter Report 1999/2000 from the Head Start/Early Head Start Policy Council.

11:45 a.m. Lunch recess

1:30 pm D-3 Presentation of memorabilia from the Friendship Trail Grand Opening to the County Commission by Frank Miller, President of the Friendship Trail Corporation

Special recognition and certificates of appreciation awarded to staff working on the Friendship Bridge, and the presentation of a photo.

1:45 pm D-4 John Fitzgerald, Executive Director, Keep Hillsborough County Beautiful, Inc. presenting the ?millennium plant,? the Notches crepe myrtle in honor of State Arbor Day.

D-5 Bob Weston, County Surveyor, County Surveying Division of the Real Estate Department presenting the Millennium Edition of the Hillsborough County Atlas.

2:00 pm C-1 Consider Amendment to H.C. Ordinance 96-33 relating to solid waste collection & disposal assessments to amend assessment requirements for mobile home parks.

C-2 Authorize a public hearing and consider for adoption an ordinance extending the one-cent local option motor fuel and special fuel tax (Pennies for Potholes) from January 1, 2002 until December 31, 2011.

C-3 Adopt a resolution designating a 35 acre site owned by Robbins Manufacturing Company as a "Brown fields Area" pursuant to Florida Brown fields Redevelopment Act of 1997.

C-5 Adopt ordinance setting maximum allowable charges for towing and storage of vehicles removed from private property without the prior consent of the vehicle owners or custodians.

3:00 pm B-5 Receive the report and recommendations on Initiatives to Reduce Energy Use and Save Costs.

3:30 pm B-8 County Proposal for NFL/YET Program/Budget Amendment.

4:00 pm C-4 Public hearing on USEP changes to Ordinance 92.11, as amended.

Prepared January 18, 5:00pm


ADDENDUM TO JANUARY 19, 2000 AGENDA


OFF-THE-AGENDA ITEMS:

E-6 Discussion regarding naming of South Mobley Park, consistent with previous BOCC discussion. (Comm. Norman)

DEFERRALS/DELETIONS:

A-18 Approve the renewal of the maintenance agreement with Selectron for the Interactive Voice Response System. (DELETE FROM AGENDA)

A-19 Review of current zoning requirements and recommended zoning restrictions or amendments regarding convicted child molesters. (DELETE FROM AGENDA. ITEM NEEDS ADDITIONAL STAFF WORK AND WILL BE RESCHEDULED.)

A-23 Termination of Agreement for Renovations to Midway Fire Station Project. (DEFER UNTIL FEBRUARY 16, 2000)

B-8 County Proposal for NFL/YET Program - DELETE FROM AGENDA - Needs additional staff review.

C-3 Ordinance on Utility Connection Ordinance replacement. (OPEN AND CONTINUE UNTIL 4:00 pm February 2, 2000.)

D-1 Appearance by Mayor Barford regarding Disadvantaged Transportation - (DEFER UNTIL FEBRUARY 2, 2000).

CORRECTIONS TO AGENDA:

B-8b Correct Agenda Item to read, Appropriate by super majority vote, in accordance with BOCC Policy 03.02.05.00, $250,000 from the Unincorporated General Fund for Contingency to provide partial required match funds for the NFL-YET Program.

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

A-3 Approve modification to contract with AAA Business Travel, d/b/a Auto Club South, to allow AAA Business Travel to return 100% of all earned air commissions to Hillsborough County in exchange for charging a management fee of 8.5 percent of annual base air sales. (Requested by Comm. Frank)

A-9 Approve the Memorandum of Agreement with the Pinellas County Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) for the provision of transportation services to HIV+ individuals in Pinellas County in an amount not to exceed $45,767, for services provided March 1, 1999 through February 29, 2000, and renew the agreement for the period beginning March 1, 2000, and ending February 28, 2001, in the amount of $62,767. No County funds are required. (Requested by Comm. Platt)

A-29 RFQ No. C-597-97- Public Affairs - Approve renewal existing contract with Alcalde and Fay for a period of one year beginning March 2, 2000, and ending March 1, 2001, in the amount of $74,400 plus pre-approved expenses not to exceed $2,000 in accordance with Florida Statutes at the same terms and conditions. The renewal would utilize the second of two one-year options. (Requested by Comm. Platt)

A-32 Construction Contract for Senior Adult Center. (Requested by Comm. Scott)

A-51 Approve the Interlocal Agreement with the City of Tampa defining the water and wastewater service boundaries contingent upon the City Council's ratification of the agreement. (Requested by Comm. Platt, Scott)

LIST OF ITEMS SCHEDULED FOR A TIME CERTAIN:

11:00 am Consent items removed for discussion.

A-3 Approve modification to contract to allow AAA Business Travel to return 100% of all earned air commissions to Hillsborough County in exchange for charging a management fee. (Requested by Comm. Frank)

A-9 Approve the Memorandum of Agreement with the Pinellas County Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) for the provision of transportation services to HIV+ individuals in Pinellas County. (Requested by Comm. Platt)

A-29 Approve renewal existing contract with Alcalde and Fay for a period of one year. (Requested by Comm. Platt)

A-51 Approve the Interlocal Agreement with the City of Tampa defining the water and wastewater service boundaries contingent upon the City Council?s ratification of the agreement. (Requested by Comm. Platt)

11:15 am F-1 State of the County Message

11:35 am D-2 Receive First Quarter Report 1999/2000 from the Head Start/Early Head Start Policy Council.

11:45 a.m. Lunch recess

1:30 pm D-3 Presentation of memorabilia from the Friendship Trail Grand Opening to the County Commission by Frank Miller, President of the Friendship Trail Corporation

Special recognition and certificates of appreciation awarded to staff working on the Friendship Bridge, and the presentation of a photo.

1:45 pm D-4 John Fitzgerald, Executive Director, Keep Hillsborough County Beautiful, Inc. presenting the millennium plant, the Notches crepe myrtle in honor of State Arbor Day.

D-5 Bob Weston, County Surveyor, County Surveying Division of the Real Estate Department presenting the Millennium Edition of the Hillsborough County Atlas.

2:00 pm C-1 Consider Amendment to H.C. Ordinance 96-33 relating to solid waste collection & disposal assessments to amend assessment requirements for mobile home parks.

C-2 Authorize a public hearing and consider for adoption an ordinance extending the one-cent local option motor fuel and special fuel tax (Pennies for Potholes) from January 1, 2002 until December 31, 2011.

C-4 Adopt a resolution designating a 35 acre site owned by Robbins Manufacturing Company as a "Brown fields Area" pursuant to Florida Brown fields Redevelopment Act of 1997.

C-5 Adopt ordinance setting maximum allowable charges for towing and storage of vehicles removed from private property without the prior consent of the vehicle owners or custodians.

3:00 pm B-5 Receive the report and recommendations on Initiatives to Reduce Energy Use and Save Costs.

4:00 pm C-3 Open and continue the request for Utility Connection Ordinance replacement.



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