Archived Agendas

Wednesday, March 15, 2000, 9:00 AM
County Center, 2nd Floor

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INVOCATION AND PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

SPECIAL PRESENTATION SECTION.

Presentation of Moral Courage Award to James Ransom at 10:15 a.m. with reception to immediately follow at 10:30 a.m. on the 2nd Floor Walkway.

Proclamation honoring Gwen Myers for her work with the Alpha Kappa Alpha Ms. Teenage Tampa as Coordinator.

Proclamation recognizing Ms. Teenage Tampa Alpha Kappa Alpha.

Proclamation recognizing National Records & Information Management Week.

Plaques/Certificates of Appreciation presented in recognition of outstanding contributions and service to the people of Hillsborough County:







Plaques


Thom F. Stork
Tourist Development
September 1980 – February 2000


Barry I. Kleinbaum
Human Relations
January 1997- February 2000


Dr. Kevan D. Kruse
Health Council of West Central Florida, Inc. (District VI)
November 1995 – November 1998



Certificates


Martha Sherman
Public Art Committee
June 1997 – March 1999


Carla Boone
Animal Advisory Committee
October 1997 – October 1999


Mark W. Ciaravella
Cross Connection, Backflow & Back Siphonage Control Board
February 1999 – December 1999


Detective John M. Yaratch
Children’s Services Advisory Board
August 1997 – June 1999





1) APPROVAL OF CHANGES TO THE AGENDA AND REMOVAL OF ADDITIONAL CONSENT AGENDA ITEMS WITH QUESTIONS, AS REQUESTED BY BOARD MEMBERS OR THE ADMINISTRATOR.

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

3) APPROVAL OF CONSENT AGENDA.


CONSENT AGENDA

***County Administrator’s Organization***

Aging Services

Approve Amendment #2 to the 1999-00 Medicaid Waiver Spending Authority Contract with West Central Florida Area Agency on Aging (WCFAAA), Inc. which authorizes payment in the amount of $552,279 for Home and Community Based Services (HCBS) and $170,321 for Assisted Living (AL) and $28,056 for Consumer Directed Care (CDC) for the Hillsborough County Medicaid Waiver spending authority for the third quarter (1/1/00 – 3/31/00) of the State Fiscal Year 99/00. Total to date allocated from 7/1/99-3/31/00 is $2,041,846 (HCBS) and $570,963 (AL) and $28,056 (CDC). No County funds are required.

Approve the Third Modification Agreement to the existing contract with Tampa Bay Health Services, Inc., d/b/a TGC Home Health Care, Inc. for Bid No. C-512-97, Provision of Respite Services for the Aging Services Department, Community Care for the Elderly Program to provide RN visits for clients referred by the Florida Department of Children and Families Adult Protective Services at a charge of $25 per visit and $15 for any required additional visits to enroll the referred individual in respite service for a total contract value from $168,000 to $169,200 for an increase of $1,200 for the period of January 1 to June 30, 2000. No additional County funds are required.

Approve the Second Modification Agreement to the existing contract with Tampa Bay Health Services, Inc. d/b/a TGC Home Health Care, Inc. for Bid No. C-513-97, Provision of Homemaker Services for the Aging Services Department, Community Care for the Elderly Program to provide RN visits for clients referred by the Florida Department of Children and Families Adult Protective Services at a charge of $25 per visit and $15 for any required additional visits to enroll the referred individual in homemaker services. This modification increases the total contract from $185,000 to $186,200 for an increase of $1,200 for the period of January 1 to June 30, 2000. No additional County funds are required.

Amendment #1 to Notice of Grant Award, #440S001-17 and Request for Budget Amendment Resolution.

Approve Amendment #1 to the Notice of Grant Award #440S001-17 with Corporation for National Service which increases the Federal award by $3,306 and Required Cash Match by $1,721 for the Retired and Senior Volunteer Program (RSVP) for the period of October 1, 1999 – September 30, 2000 for a revised total program amount of $256,802 of which $87,045 is Federal, $35,105 required cash match, $2,200 is budgeted in-kind, and $132,452 additional County support. No additional County funds are required, as the additional cash match of $1,721 is being provided from within the Department’s additional county support budget.

Approve budget amendment to accept & appropriate $3,306 in Federal funds as per Amendment #1 to Grant Award #440S001-17 with Corporation for National Services and realign $1,721 in additional county support funds for required cash match for RSVP for the period of October 1, 1999 – September 30, 2000.

Capital Program Administration.

Refund of overpaid Transportation/Right-of-Way and Fire Impact Fees to EastGroup Property Services, Inc.

Approve a refund in the amount of $7,917.11 of Transportation/Right-of-Way Impact Fees and $122.92 of Fire Impact Fees to EastGroup Property Services, Inc. Applicant was incorrectly assessed for light industrial instead of warehouse.

Approve budget amendment in the amount of $8,041 to provide for the payment of refund.

Children’s Services

Approve the First Modification Agreement to be entered with the School District of Hillsborough County, amending the existing Interlocal Agreement for Head Start services (PA 22A) by an expansion increase granted by the Federal Department of Health and Human Services in the amount of $148,000 for the Interlocal Agreement period of October 1, 1999 through September 30, 2000. No increase in Hillsborough County costs are associated with this.

Accept $13,981,272 in federal grant funds awarded from the Department of Health and Human Services for the Head Start fiscal year ending September 30, 2000. No additional county funds will be appropriated.

Approve the Head Start (Grantee) grant proposal for a cost-of-living increase of $360,185, a quality improvement increase of $484,865, a quality improvement-teacher training increase of $54,377 and training & technical assistance increase of $20,923, from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services for the period of 10/01/99 through 09/30/00. Matching funds of $119,534 have been included in the FY 2000 appropriations and no additional funds are needed.

Community Improvement

Approve Change Order No. 1 (Final) to the contract with Johnson’s Excavation & Services, Inc., for Independence Village Demolition, decreasing the contract amount by $9,100.00, and adjusting milestone dates as indicated in the background.

Approve an Agreement with The Alliance for Affordable Housing, Inc. (The Alliance) to provide Home Investment Partnership (HOME) Community Housing Development Organization (CHDO) funding in the amount of $259,000 for the construction, acquisition, or rehabilitation of single family homes for nine housing units for income qualifying families, and authorize the Chairman to execute future financial documents pertaining to this project. HOME-CHDO funds will be leveraged with other financing sources including SHIP,CDBG, and third-party financing.

Cooperative Extension Service

Approve the agreement with the Florida Cooperative Extension Service for a Citrus Agent at a cost of not more than $8,900 annually, for the period of October 1, 1999 through September 30, 2000. Funds for this agreement are included in the FY 00-01 budget.

Approve budget amendment to appropriate grant award totaling $4,500 for the Home Environment Agents’ program. No County funds are required.

County Administrator’s Office

Approve a Tri-party Agreement with the 13th Judicial Circuit and Agency for Community Treatment Services, Inc. (ACTS) for the period of October 1, 1999 through September 30, 2000 for the continuation of ACTS/Juvenile Drug Court Program at a total cost of $469,596, consisting of $352,197 in Department of Justice Federal Funds and $117,399 in required Non-County match provided by ACTS, with no additional County funds required.

Approve an Agreement with the Drug Abuse Comprehensive Coordinating Office, Inc. (DACCO) for the period of October 1, 1999 through September 30, 2000 for the continuation of DACCO/Offender Treatment Program for Special Populations at a total cost of $469,598, consisting of $352,198 in Department of Justice Federal Funds and $117,400 in required Non-County match provided by DACCO, with no additional County funds required.

Agreement with Crime Stoppers.

Approve and authorize the Chairman to sign the Agreement with Crime Stoppers of West Central Florida.

Approve budget amendment to appropriate $119,129 from the Office of the Florida Attorney General to partially fund Crime Stoppers operations for FY 2000.

Economic Development

Approve budget amendment to appropriate $263,240 in additional Workforce Investment Act (WIA) Dislocated Workers funds in order to provide employability and training services to eligible residents of Hillsborough County for the period of July 1, 1999 through June 30, 2000. No County funds need be appropriated.

Adopt resolution which approves the Greater Tampa Chamber of Commerce/Committee of 100’s Prospect #99-186, as a Qualified Applicant to Florida’s Qualified Target Industries Tax Refund Program and provides for up to $100,000 of local financial support for a corporate expansion that will create 100 new high quality jobs. The entire amount ($100,000) to be provided by the County if the prospect expands in unincorporated County. One half ($50,000) to be provided by the County if the prospect expands in a municipality of Hillsborough County.

Approve Interlocal Agreement between Hillsborough County, as fiscal agent and administrative entity for the Hillsborough County Workforce Board, and the School District of Hillsborough County (SDHC) for the provision of services to Workforce Investment Act (WIA) Summer Youth Program participants for the period of April 01, 2000 through August 30, 2000, at a maximum contract amount not to exceed $357,838. No County funds required.

Adopt resolution which approves the Greater Tampa Chamber of Commerce/Committee of 100’s Prospect #00-024, as a Qualified Applicant to Florida’s Qualified Target Industries Tax Refund Program and provides for up to $80,000 of local financial support for a corporate expansion that will create 100 new high quality jobs. The entire amount ($80,000) to be provided by the County if the prospect expands in unincorporated County. One half ($40,000) to be provided by the County if the prospect expands in a municipality of Hillsborough County.

Fleet Management

Approve budget amendment to realign $72,000 from funds set aside for reappropriation in the Countywide General Fund in order to provide funding for the purchase of 6 new vehicles for the Environmental Protection Commission (EPC). Funding is provided from funds remaining from the allotment for reappropriation.

Health & Social Services

Approve Modification No. 01 amending the County’s current FY2000 Community Services Block Grant (CSBG) Agreement with the State of Florida Department of Community Affairs increasing Hillsborough County’s authorization to incur costs from $788,289 to 100 percent of the contract allocation, $1,576,579. No additional County funds are required.

Approve the Second Modification to Agreement #99-0993 with The Harbor Behavioral Health Care Institute, Inc., under Title II of the Ryan White CARE Act, renewing the Agreement for Case Management services in the amount of $35,578 for the period beginning April 1, 2000, and ending March 31, 2001, for HIV+ individuals in Pasco County; and approve modification of certain other contract terms for the remainder of the Agreement. No County funds are required.

Approve the Third Modification to Agreement #99-0599 with Di’s Imani, Inc., under Title II of the Ryan White CARE Act, renewing the Agreement for Case Management services in the amount of $73,304 for the period beginning April 1, 2000, and ending March 31, 2001, for HIV+ individuals in Pinellas County; and approve modification of certain other contract terms for the remainder of the Agreement. No County funds are required.

Approve the Third Modification to Agreement #99-0996 with EMPACT Resource Service Center, Inc., under Title II of the Ryan White CARE Act, renewing the Agreement for Case Management services in the amount of $66,531 for the period beginning April 1, 2000, and ending March 31, 2001, for HIV+ individuals in Pinellas County; and approve modification of certain other contract terms for the remainder of the Agreement. No County funds are required.

Approve the First Modification to Agreement #99-0995 with People of Color AIDS Coalition, Inc. under Title II of the Ryan White CARE Act, renewing the Agreement for Case Management services in the amount of $76,814 for the period beginning April 1, 2000, and ending March 31, 2001, for HIV+ individuals in Pinellas County; and approve modification of certain other contract terms for the remainder of the Agreement. No County funds are required.

Approve the Fourth Modification to Agreement #99-0596 with The Florida Department of Health, Polk County Health Department, under Title II of the Ryan White CARE Act, renewing the Agreement for Case Management services in the amount of $157,865, of which $139,003 is for residents of Polk County and $18,862, is for residents of Hardee County, for the period beginning April 1, 2000, and ending March 31, 2001; and approve modification of certain other contract terms for the remainder of the Agreement. No County funds are required.

Expansion of Health Care Coverage.

Approve the Memorandum of Agreement with Brandeis University, for the period from January 1, 2000 through October 31, 2000, granting the County $25,000 for the County to fund a study of the feasibility of expanding Hillsborough Healthcare for certain uninsured working residents.

Approve budget amendment to appropriate $25,000 from January 1, 2000 through October 31, 2000 to provide for a feasibility study. Funds are provided by a Memorandum of Agreement with Brandeis University. No County funds are required.

Approve the First Modification to Agreement #99-0792 with the Suncoast Health Council, Inc., and Health Council of West Central Florida, Inc., d/b/a The Health Council, Inc., under Title II of the Ryan White CARE Act, renewing the Agreement for the provision administration and other Services to Support the Care Council, in the amount of $83,743 for the period beginning April 1, 2000, and ending March 31, 2001; and approve modification of certain other contract terms for the remainder of the Agreement. No County funds are required.

Approve the Fourth Modification to Agreement #99-0594 with Gulf Coast Jewish Family Services, Inc., f/k/a Gulf Coast Jewish Family and Mental Health Services, Inc., d/b/a Gulf Coast Community Care, under Title II of the Ryan White CARE Act, renewing the Agreement for Case Management services in the amount of $218,611, of which $194,631 is for residents of Pinellas County and $23,980 is for residents of Pasco County, for the period beginning April 1, 2000, and ending March 31, 2001; and approve modification of certain other contract terms for the remainder of the Agreement. No County funds are required.

Approve the Second Modification to Agreement #99-0597 with The Florida Department of Health, Highlands County Health Department, under Title II of the Ryan White CARE Act, renewing the Agreement for Case Management services in the amount of $25,974, and Direct Client Services Fund in the amount of $6,626, for the period beginning April 1, 2000, and ending March 31, 2001, for HIV+ individuals in Highlands County; and approve modification of certain other contract terms for the remainder of the Agreement. No County funds are required.

Approve the Second Modification to Agreement #99-0595 with Manatee County Rural Health Service, Inc., under Title II of the Ryan White CARE Act, renewing the Agreement for Medication services in the amount of $30,100, and Case Management services in the amount of $110,264 for the period beginning April 1, 2000, and ending March 31, 2001, for HIV+ individuals in Manatee County; and approve modification of certain other contract terms for the remainder of the Agreement. No County funds are required.

Approve the contract with the Florida Department of Health, accepting $1,674,837 for the administration of Ryan White Title II grant program for people with HIV or AIDS, for the period beginning April 1, 2000, and ending March 31, 2001. No County funds are required.

Library Services

Approve budget amendment appropriating $295,166 from Library District reserves to provide funding necessary to complete two new and two existing projects. Funding is provided from the Library District Contingency and Capital Projects reserve accounts. Further, approve amending the FY 00-05 Capital Improvement Program adding two new projects to the Library Services Program.

Approve Resolution and Certification authorizing the submission of an application for $500,000 in Public Library Construction Grant funds for the proposed addition to the West Tampa Branch Library at 1718 N. Howard Avenue. Further, approve revised project cost estimate of $1,630,000.

Management & Budget

Approve the Administration 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) (Previously scheduled on 1/19, 2/2, 2,16 and 3/1 Agendas; Removed from Consent on 3/1 for discussion)

Approve County Administrator’s recommendation to continue the development of internal competition. (BRC #00001) (Previously scheduled on 1/19, 2/2, 2,16 and 3/1 Agendas; Removed from Consent on 3/1 for discussion))

Approve the County Administrator’s recommendation to continue the development of internal competition in response to Blue Ribbon Committee recommendations. (BRC #00099) (Previously scheduled on 1/19, 2/2, 2,16 and 3/1 Agendas; Removed from Consent on 3/1 for discussion)

Approve the County Administrator’s report that recommend changes to BOCC Ordinance 92.11 satisfies the Blue Ribbon Committee’s recommendation regarding modifying regulations to deter urban sprawl. (BRC #00037) (Previously scheduled on 2/2, 2,16 and 3/1 Agendas; Removed from Consent on 3/1 for discussion)
Approve the County Administrator’s report that the pilot project being conducted satisfies the Blue Ribbon Committee regarding telecommuting. (BRC #00049) (Previously scheduled on 2/16 and 3/1 Agendas; Removed from Consent on 3/1 for discussion)

Approve budget amendment appropriating and realigning $596,882 in accordance with bond covenants to properly reflect revenue sources required for FY 00 debt service payments of the Capital Improvements Non Ad Valorem Revenue Bonds Series 98 and to bring estimated beginning fund balance in line with actual.

Receive February 2000 Status Report Grant Applications In-Process.

Approve First Modification Agreement with Mary and Martha House, Inc. reducing the Commercial General Liability insurance limits from $500,000 to $300,000 and Worker’s Compensation Employer’s Liability insurance from $500,000 limit disease aggregate to $300,000 limit disease aggregate as recommended by the County’s Insurance and Claims Division.

Revise budgets for distribution of Ninth Cent Fuel Tax revenues as detailed on the attached line item detail to municipalities and the County to reflect updated distribution percentages based on April 1, 1999 Planning Commission population estimates.

Receive report on Status of Reserves for Contingencies in the Tax Funds – FY 00 as of March 1, 2000.

Receive report on January 2000 Financial Summary.

Parks & Recreation

Approve the Fourth Amendment to the Wolf Branch Habitat Enhancement Project Interlocal Agreement with Southwest Florida Water Management District and Hillsborough County increasing the funding $1,926,747 and extending the completion date to December 31, 2003.

Approve Interlocal Agreement between Hillsborough County and State of Florida, Department of Environmental Protection, Bureau of Emergency Response that provides pollutant spill response equipment of two 16’ boom storage trailers, one 24’ boom storage trailer and 4,000 feet of Oil Boom Flotation for emergency use.

Approve budget amendment to appropriate $80,000 from the NW Park Impact Fee Fund reserve to provide increased funding to the Town N Country Park Project.

Planning & Growth Management

Authorize the Chairman to sign a letter stating Hillsborough County’s position regarding possible changes in Florida law relating to growth management and to the Department of Community Affairs.

Public Works

Approve budget amendment to realign $30,000 of current County appropriations from the grant fund to the operating fund for the Stormwater Lake Management and Monitoring Program and reduce the Southwest Florida Water Management District (SWFWMD) appropriations by $30,000 in accordance with the Cooperative Funding Agreement with SWFWMD for the Lake Management and Monitoring Program. (Grant No. PW2002) approved by the Board of County Commissioners on February 16, 2000.

Close the grant and remove residual appropriations for the Tampa Bay Estuary Mini Grant for East Lake curb inlet protectors. This action reduces the grant by $3,125 in order to align appropriations with actual revenues and expenditures.

Hillsborough Lake Atlas Grant Program. Grant No. PW2001

Approve the Cooperative Funding Agreement on a 50/50 cost sharing basis with the Southwest Florida Water Management District in the amount of $64,000 for the continuation of work on the Hillsborough Lake Atlas Project for the FY 2000.

Approve the Agreement with University of South Florida in the amount of $124,000 for the continuation of work on the Hillsborough Lake Atlas Project for FY 2000. The agreement has the following composition: $64,000 from joint funding for the Lake Atlas Project as stated above, $50,000 from the Hillsborough Lake Management Program (previously approved 50/50 share with SWFWMD) and $10,000 of 100% County funds to complete the balance of work.

Cooperative Funding Agreement between Hillsborough County and the Southwest Florida Water Management District for the Stormwater Education Program (Grant #: PW2000).

Approve budget amendment to realign $77,500 of current County appropriations from the grant fund to the operating fund for the Stormwater Education Program and reduce the Southwest Florida Water Management District (SWFWMD) appropriations by $27,500 in accordance with the Cooperative Funding Agreement with SWFWMD for the Adopt-A-Pond Program. (Grant No. PW 2000) approved by the Board of County Commissioners on February 16, 2000.

Approve capital equipment request in the amount of $69,000 for the purchase of a $15,000 trailer and $54,000 truck.

Purchasing

File No. SP-008-00 – Parks & Recreation – Declare as surplus and authorize the donation of tangible property consisting of ninety-eight (98) personal computers pursuant to Section 274.05, Florida Statutes to the “Friends of the County Parks” program. Further, authorize the Clerk-Board of County Commissioners to remove this property from the inventory asset record after verification of disposal by Purchasing.

Bid No. C-148-96 – Facilities Management - Approve thirty day extension to Bid No. C-148-96, with Tampa Bay System Sales, Inc. d/b/a Tampa Bay Trane in an amount not to exceed $2,500 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 Director of Purchasing to exercise two additional thirty day extensions, if necessary.

File No. P-229-98 – Fleet Management – Authorize the Chairman, Board of County Commissioners, to sign the Novation agreement with Nortrax Equipment Company and Neff Machinery, for the purchase of John Deere OEM Parts and Labor for a Two Year Period for reasons stated in the background.

Bid No. C-409-97 – Information & Technology Services - Approve thirty day extension to Bid No. C-409-97, with Entex Information Services, Inc. in an amount not to exceed $12,525 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 Director of Purchasing to exercise two additional thirty day extensions, if necessary.

File No. S-602-99 – Health & Social Services Department – Approve first renewal of existing contract between the Board and MMG Transportation for backup transportation services for the Specialized Transportation Program for the Health & Social Services Department for a one year period beginning April 7, 2000 through April 6, 2001 at an annual amount not to exceed $200,000.

File No. T-637-99 – Library Services – Approve renewal of File No. T-637-99, Sole Source Software Maintenance Agreement at the same terms and conditions with Epixtech (formerly Ameritech Library Services), Provo, Utah in an amount not to exceed $95,951.37. The renewal is for the period April 1, 2000 and ending March 31, 2001. This would utilize the first of two renewal options available.

Bid No. T-811-00 – Various Departments - Award bid No. T-811-00, Purchase of Lumber and Drywall for a Six Month Period, to the overall low responsive and responsible bidder, The Home Depot, for the estimated amount of $108,878.55. This is a Hillsborough County Governmental Purchasing Council bid.

Bid No. S-866-00 – Real Estate/Facilities Management – Award Bid No. S-866-00, Provision of Pest Control Services for Various Hillsborough County Facilities for the Real Estate Department/Facilities Management Section to the low responsive and responsible bidder meeting specifications, Armor Pest Control, Inc. in an amount not to exceed $93,656 for a two year period beginning from the date of Notice to Proceed. At the sole option of the County, this contract may be renewed for one additional two year period at the same terms and conditions.

Bid No. P-875-00 – Fire Rescue – Reject all bids for Bid No. P-875-00, Purchase of One (1) Mobile Mass Casualty Decontamination System for the Fire Rescue Department for reasons stated in the background.

Bid No. C-876-00, CIP No. 88813 – Parks & Recreation – Award Bid No. C-876-00, Gill Field Softball Field Lighting, to the low bidder meeting specifications, Himes Electric Company Inc. in the amount of $36,700.

Bid No. T-877-00 - Public Works – Award Bid No. T-877-00, Purchase of Sand, Gravel, and Reinforcing Steel for a One Year Period, as specified on the Award Summary, to the respective responsive and responsible low bidders, E. R. Jahna Industries in the estimated amount of $15,800 and Spend-Less Building Supplies, Inc. in the estimated amount of $20,128.45. The total estimated amount of award is $35,928.45. Further, reject the sole bid on bid item #2A for the reason indicated in the Background. This is a Hillsborough County Governmental Purchasing Council bid.

Bid No. T-882-00 – Fire Rescue – Award Bid No. T-882-00, Purchase of Multi-Purpose EKG Electrode Pads for One Year Period to the low responsive and responsible bidder meeting specifications, Emergency Medical Products, Inc., Waukesha, WI in the estimated amount of $25,599. This is a Hillsborough County Governmental Purchasing Council bid.

File No. T-897-00 – Fire Rescue – Approve File No. T-897-00, Sole Source Purchase of Emergency-One (E-One) Fire Apparatus Replacement Parts for a five year period with Hall-Mark Fire Apparatus, Inc., Ocala, Florida in an amount not to exceed $125,000. This purchase agreement is available to the Hillsborough County Governmental Purchasing Council.

Bid No. T-901-00 – Fire Rescue – Award Bid T-901-00, Purchase of Various Size I.V. Catheters for a Two Year Period for Fire Rescue to the low responsive and responsible bidder, Aero Products Corp./DBA American LaFrance Medic Master, in the amount of $106,021.20. This is a Hillsborough County Governmental Purchasing Council Bid.

File No. T-933-00 – Health & Social Services – Sole Source License Agreement for Clinical Decision Support Criteria Software. Approve File No. T-933-00, Sole Source License Agreement for Clinical Decision Support Criteria Software with HBO & Co., Marlborough, MA for the initial contract period of February 19, 2000 and ending February 18, 2001 in the amount of $19,538.64. Further, authorize the Chairman to execute the software license agreement. This contract will automatically renew annually unless notice of intent to cancel is provided by either party at least thirty (30) days prior to the expiration date of the then current term.

Bid No. C-727-99 CIP No. 19647- Water Department – Award Bid No. C-727-99, Lithia Pinecrest Reclaimed Water Transmission Main – Phase 1 to the low bidder meeting specifications, Spectrum Underground, Inc., for the amount of $527,099. Further request the Board reject the bid submitted by Suncoast Development of Pinellas County for the reason indicated in the Background.

Real Estate

Execute quit claim deed conveying county owned tax deed properties to THAP Homes, Inc., a Florida Non-Profit Corporation. THAP’s intent was to acquire the properties from the fee owners and pay the back taxes before the Clerk of the Circuit Court issued tax deeds conveying the properties to Hillsborough County. THAP has agreed to pay the County $6,978 for the properties which represents the amount of back taxes due.

Approve a two (2) year renewal of the lease with Wayne L. and Ruth Anne Harris for a freestanding office building occupied by the Sheriff’s Office, at 712 Shell Point Road, in Ruskin, and authorize the Chairman to execute the attached notification letter. The rent will remain at $850 per month.

Adopt a resolution canceling taxes on properties which have been acquired by Hillsborough County for public purposes.

Approve a purchase agreement in the amount of $18,051 and authorize the acceptance of the instruments of conveyance from Frederick E. Fisher and Drema A. Fisher, for a permanent drainage easement required for Delaney Creek drainage improvements (CIP 47081).

Adopt a resolution setting aside a two and one-half (2 ½) acre parcel of property purchased by the Solid Waste Management Department for use by the Fire Rescue Department for a fire station. The Real Estate Department estimates the value of the parcel at $50,000. The Fire Rescue Department will transfer funds to the Solid Waste Department to cover the cost of the acquisition.

Accept the donation of a perpetual utility easement from Christ Community Church of Brandon, Inc. for the purpose of providing service and maintenance to a Water Valve Box and a Backflow Preventor located at this site.

Accept the donation of a perpetual utility easement from Capitol One Services, Inc. for the purpose of providing the easement area necessary for Hillsborough County to service and maintain the pump station located at this site.

Approve the conveyance of the Lake Magdalene Arms Pump Station Site to the City of Tampa.

Approve and adopt a Resolution for the exchange of a County surplus parcel for real property acquired through Eminent Domain.

Approve the conditions of a proposed eminent domain Stipulated Final Judgement.

Pursuant to Section 125.37, Florida Statutes, approve and adopt the Resolution authorizing the exchange of real property between Hillsborough County and Hillsborough United Methodist Church, Inc.

Authorize the execution, processing and acceptance of the necessary instruments of conveyance.

Approve and authorize execution of a five (5) year lease for 7,404 sq. ft of office space at 4023 N. Armenia Avenue. The monthly rent for the full service lease will be $9,043.39 first year ($14.65 square feet) and increases $.50 per square feet each year for the term. The lessor is WRH Properties, Inc. The space will be used to operate the Specialized Transportation Program, Health & Social Services. Further approve budget amendment for rental costs for the lease.

Solid Waste Management

Approve Change Order No. 1 (Final) to the construction contract with Phoenix Home Builders, Inc. for the Northwest Property Maintenance Building Improvements which: provides a decrease/credit in the amount of $109.50 for unused permit money; provides a decrease/credit in the amount of $5,262.50 for unused Allowance Work money; provides a decrease of 18 days for unused Allowance time; and, establishes February 2, 2000 as the date of Final Completion.

Approve a Right-of-Way maintenance Agreement with the Hillsborough County Sheriff’s Office to provide inmate assistance for the removal of litter from 260 miles of County rights-of-way at an estimated annual cost of $8,200.

Water Department

Approve the “Third Amendment” to the October 15, 1997 “Agreement for Professional Engineering Services Pertaining to the County’s Water and Wastewater Utility System Revenue Bonds” with Camp Dresser & McKee Inc., as the County’s Bond Engineer, to authorize and fund services for the third year of the agreement at a maximum cost to the County of $1,010,140.

Approve the proposed “Service Expansion Agreement for Rainbow Forest Mobile Home Park” with Florence Phelps, the owner/developer, which allows for the expansion, modification, and use of the private wastewater treatment plant presently serving certain private property owned by Mrs. Phelps to provide wastewater treatment services to additional commercial and/or master-metered residential development until such time that the County is able to provide permanent off-site wastewater services for all of the property served by the Rainbow Forest Mobile Home Park wastewater treatment plant.

Approve a refund to the Church of God in the amount of $60,566.95 in accordance with the Hillsborough County Water Department’s Refund Policy and Procedure 6.2, paragraph 6.

Approve budget amendment to appropriate $1,377,642 and realign $284,355 to provide for demolition and bulk water costs. Funds are provided for by the Utility System General Revenue Fund’s Reserve for Contingency General account.

Approve staff recommendation not to waive the entitlement to a credit against the unitary water rate for treatment of excessive concentrations of hydrogen sulfide specified in Sections 3.03 (D) and 3.04 (A)(1) of the Amended and Restated Interlocal Agreement.

Approve Budget Amendment to accept and appropriate $600,000 to establish SWFWMD grant funds to be used for the Lithia-Pinecrest Recovered Water Transmission Main Phase I project. Further approve realignment of $1,150,000 of existing funds in Fund 040013 to provide $600,000 in County matching funds for this project and return $550,000 to the recovered water unallocated funds account.

Approve budget amendment to appropriate $125,500 from the Reserve for Contingency General accounts of the Utility System’s General Revenue Account to provide: a) $81,800 for salaries and equipment for the Unidirectional Flushing Program; and b) $43,700 in equipment funds for water, wastewater and line maintenance operations.


***County Attorney***


Authorize the County Attorney’s Office to advertise a Request for Applications from attorneys to provide legal services for indigent criminal defendants in non-capital felony or misdemeanor/juvenile cases and to negotiate a two-year agreement with attorneys recommended by the Conflict Committee to provide representation when the Public Defender’s Office is unable to provide such representation due to a conflict of interest. (Deferred from 3/1/ agenda)

Set a public hearing for April 19, 2000 at 2:00 p.m. to consider enactment of a proposed ordinance amending Hillsborough County Parking Ordinance No. 98-48.

Schedule a public hearing for 2:00 p.m. on April 5, 2000 to consider adoption of an ordinance amending Hillsborough County Ordinance 96-29, as amended, the Consolidated Impact Assessment Program Ordinance, to allow for indexing of impact fee offsets and to expand the list of “fire apparatus.”

***Other Offices***

Clerk of Circuit Court

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

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

Tampa Bay Water Special District public facilities report dated March 1, 2000, pursuant to Florida Statute 189.415.

Hillsborough County Aviation Authority annual financial audit for fiscal year ended September 30, 1999, and annual report, in accordance with Florida Statute 189.418(4).

Approve budget amendment to appropriate post audit adjustment for fiscal year (FY) 1999 as determined by the County’s outside auditors and Finance Department, and adjust actual account balances in the current FY 2000 budget that were impacted by the post audit 1999 adjustments posted as FY 1999 transactions.

Satisfaction of claims covering payment of costs for guardianship cases as listed in agenda backup.

Approval to delete capital equipment item from County inventory by the Clerk of Circuit Court, as indicated in agenda backup.

Approve remittance of $3,084.76 to the Clerk of Circuit Court for properties on which no bids were received at the tax deed sale of February 14, 2000.

Approve remittance of $1,660.61 to the Clerk of Circuit Court for properties on which no bids were received at the tax deed sale of February 21, 2000.

Approve remittance of $3,105.16 to the Clerk of Circuit Court for properties on which no bids were received at the tax deed sale of February 28, 2000.

Approve warrants and direct deposits issued under dates of March 7-13, 2000. Ratify preapproval to release warrants and direct deposits issued under dates of February 29 through March 6, 2000.

Approve release of warrants and direct deposits, as necessary, under dates of March 14-20, 2000, with ratification at the April 5, 2000, regular Board meeting.

Approve minutes:

Regular Meeting February 2, 2000
Land Use February 8, 2000
Joint Workshop/Citizens Advisory Committee February 9, 2000
Public Workshop/Transportation February 9, 2000
Regular Meeting February 16, 2000


Sheriff’s Office

Authorize Chairman to sign application form for additional funds for Law Enforcement officer positions under COPS Office’s Universal Hiring Program (UHP).

B. REGULAR AGENDA

Capital Program Administration

Status Report to the Board of County Commissioners on the Issue of Finding Objective Evidence in Support the Exemption of Impact Fees for Subdivisions Platted Prior to 1985 and At Least Eighty Percent (80%) Developed.

Accept staff’s status report.

Direct staff to continue the research necessary to support the exemption of impact fees for subdivisions platted prior to 1985 and at least eight percent (80%) developed.

Financial Report on Transportation, Park and Fire Impact Fee Programs Requested at the February 16, 2000 BOCC Regular Meeting.

Accept staff’s financial report on the transportation, park and fire impact fee program.

Discuss the elimination of the fire impact fee.

County Administrator’s Office

Approve scheduling of the following workshop: (requires super majority vote)

HealthCare Strategic Plan

Debt Management

(4:00 pm. time certain) Adopt the Note Resolution which authorizes up to $85 million in principal amount of Commercial Paper Notes to approved Community Investment Tax, Transportation, Stormwater, Reclaimed Water and other capital projects. The Note Resolution approves the form of the Letter of Credit and Reimbursement Agreement, Dealer Agreement, Offering Memorandum and Issuing and Paying Agent. (This item was approved on 12/15/99)

Economic Development

Approve support of Senate Bill 2050, the Workforce Innovation Act of 2000, with modifications relaxing the requirements for determination of the administrative entity role for local Workforce Boards. (Written material to be provided under separate cover)

Management & Budget

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

Approve the County Administrator’s report not to pursue combining television facilities in satisfaction of the Blue Ribbon Committee recommendation regarding using one facility for broadcasting. (BRC #00033)

Approve the County Administrator’s report that the benefits committee will analyze the issue in satisfaction of the Blue Ribbon Committee’s recommendation of the feasibility of providing day care services for employees. (BRC #00050) (Previously scheduled on 3/1 Agenda)

Approve the County Administrator’s recommendation that encouraging the use of E-mail and fax satisfies the Blue Ribbon Committee recommendation regarding postage. (BRC #00056) (Previously scheduled on 3/1 Agenda)

Approve the County Administrator’s report that the committee to review the agenda process satisfies the Blue Ribbon Committee recommendation regarding signatures. (BRC #00059) (Previously scheduled on 3/1 Agenda)

Parks and Recreation/Real Estate

(time certain 11:15 a.m.) Accept the staff report outlining the details of the Leslie Land Corporation exchange proposal involving the Northwest Utility System property on South Mobley Road and establish a public hearing date of April 5, 2000 for the purpose of considering the adoption of a Resolution authorizing said exchange.

(time certain 11:15 a.m.) Consider distribution of the remaining Northwest Utility System property that would retain 350 acres for Water Department use, provide the Parks and Recreation Department 520 acres for trails, passive and active recreation and set aside approximately 200 acres for environmental preservation under the ELAP program; subject to the Board’s future consideration of recommendations for use by the School Board, Hillsborough Community College or the Leslie Land Corporation exchange and future transportation needs pending appropriate Public Facilities Siting Meetings.

Public Safety

Disaster Relief Funding Agreement.

Approve the Disaster Relief Funding Agreement with the State of Florida regarding the provision of federal disaster assistance funds through the State for expenses incurred by Hillsborough County in responding to Hurricane Floyd. Costs declared eligible for this storm amounted to $9,462.17.

Approve budget amendment to appropriate by super majority vote $2,365 from the Unincorporated Reserve for Contingency, in accordance with BOCC Policy 03.02.05.00.

PUBLIC HEARINGS

2:00 p.m. Adopt the Final Assessment Resolutions required under Ordinance 96-7 to create the Capacity Assessment Units described as: Northwest Water and Wastewater Capacity Assessment Unit 00103, Central Water and Wastewater Capacity Assessment Unit 00106, South Water Capacity Assessment Unit 00107, South Water and Wastewater Capacity Assessment Unit 00109, and Van Dyke Capacity Assessment Unit 00110, to impose capacity assessment against property therein and to approve the capacity assessment rolls.

SCHEDULED APPEARANCES

1:30 pm. Appearance by Richard Ake, Clerk of the Circuit Court, regarding a resolution designating the recording of County instruments in branch offices.

2:15 p.m. Appearance by Grace E. Dunlap, bond counsel for Hillsborough County Educational Facilities Authority, seeking TEFRAA approval pursuant to the provisions of the Tax Code of 1986 requiring elected official approval for 501(c)(3) bonds, not to exceed $6,500,000 Hillsborough County Educational Facilities Authority Revenue Bonds, Series 2000.

2:30 p.m. Appearance by Tom Morrison, Counsel for the Hillsborough County Industrial Development Authority, concerning an Interlocal Agreement between the Hillsborough County Industrial Development Authority and the Polk County Industrial Revenue Authority regarding IMC Global’s $100 million Solid Waste Disposal Bond Issue.

3:00 p.m. Appearance by Chip Hinton, Chairman, Agriculture Economic Development Council (AEDC), to provide an annual progress report on the AEDC.

E. COMMISSIONERS SECTION

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

Appointments to various boards and councils.

Commissioner Frank

(3:15 p.m. time certain) Discussion regarding appearance by Marilyn Smith to present information regarding desalination and seawater. (Deferred from 3/1 meeting)

Commissioner Storms

(3:30 p.m. time certain) Discussion regarding extension to the Sun City Center Golf Cart Path leading to Freedom Plaza.

Commissioner Wacksman

(1:45 p.m. time certain) Discussion regarding the creation of the “Lonnie Napier Good Neighbor Award.”

Discussion and review regarding an initiative that would require contractors who do work for Hillsborough County and their sub-contractors, to have a drug-free workplace policy in place.

STAFF REPORTS

Capital Program Administration

Presentation of Capital Improvement Program Summary Report of Projects funded for construction in FY 00 Part III.

County Administrator

Verbal report on Bond Rating Agency Visits. (Deferred from 3/1 Agenda)

Status report on voice messages on hold.

County Attorney

Report regarding Child Molesters and Zoning. (Deferred from 3/1 Agenda)

Real Estate

Report on the channel corridors in the Town N’ Country area. (Deferred from 3/1 Agenda)

LIST OF ITEMS SCHEDULED FOR A TIME CERTAIN:

11:00 a.m. Consent Items

11:15 a.m. B-11 Accept the staff report outlining the details of the Leslie Land Corporation exchange proposal involving the Northwest Utility System property on South Mobley Road and establish a public hearing date of April 5, 2000 for the purpose of considering the adoption of a Resolution authorizing said exchange.

B-12 Consider distribution of the remaining Northwest Utility System property that would retain 350 acres for Water Department use, provide the Parks and Recreation Department 520 acres for trails, passive and active recreation and set aside approximately 200 acres for environmental preservation under the ELAP program; subject to the Board’s future consideration of recommendations for use by the School Board, Hillsborough Community College or the Leslie Land Corporation exchange and future transportation needs pending appropriate Public Facilities Siting Meetings.

11:45 a.m. Lunch recess

1:30 p.m. D-1 Appearance by Richard Ake, Clerk of the Circuit Court, regarding a resolution designating the recording of County instruments in branch offices.

1:45 p.m. E-5 Discussion regarding the creation of the “Lonnie Napier Good Neighbor Award”

2:00 p.m. C-1 Adopt the Final Assessment Resolutions required under Ordinance 96-7 to create the Capacity Assessment Units described as: Northwest Water and Wastewater Capacity Assessment Unit 00103, Central Water and Wastewater Capacity Assessment Unit 00106, South Water Capacity Assessment Unit 00107, South Water and Wastewater Capacity Assessment Unit 00109, and Van Dyke Capacity Assessment Unit 00110, to impose capacity assessment against property therein and to approve the capacity assessment rolls.

2:15 p.m. D-2 Appearance by Grace E. Dunlap, bond counsel for Hillsborough County Educational Facilities Authority, seeking TEFRAA approval pursuant to the provisions of the Tax Code of 1986 requiring elected official approval for 501(c)(3) bonds, not to exceed $6,500,000 Hillsborough County Educational Facilities Authority Revenue Bonds, Series 2000.

2:30 p.m. D-3 Appearance by Tom Morrison, Counsel for the Hillsborough County Industrial Development Authority, concerning an Interlocal Agreement between the Hillsborough County Industrial Development Authority and the Polk County Industrial Revenue Authority regarding IMC Global’s $100 million Solid Waste Disposal Bond Issue.

3:00 p.m. D-4 Appearance by Chip Hinton to present the AEDC report.

3:15 p.m. E-3 Discussion regarding appearance by Marilyn Smith to present information regarding desalination and seawater.

3:30 p.m. E-4 Discussion regarding extension to the Sun City Center Golf Cart Path leading to Freedom Plaza.

4:00 p.m. B-4 Adopt the Note Resolution which authorizes up to $85 million in principal amount of Commercial Paper Notes to approved Community Investment Tax, Transportation, Stormwater, Reclaimed Water and other capital projects. The Note Resolution approves the form of the Letter of Credit and Reimbursement Agreement, Dealer Agreement, Offering Memorandum and Issuing and Paying Agent.

ADDENDUM TO MARCH 15, 2000, AGENDA


OFF-THE-AGENDA ITEMS:

B-14 Year 2000 Goal and Objectives for Transportation.

E-7 Discussion regarding the Regional Transportation Coordination. (Comm. Hart)

DEFERRALS/DELETIONS:

A-20 Approve budget amendment to realign $72,000 from funds set aside for reappropriation in the Countywide General Fund in order to provide funding for the purchase of 6 new vehicles for the Environmental Protection Commission (EPC). Funding is provided from funds remaining from the allotment for reappropriation. (Defer until 4/5/00)

A-83 Approve the proposed "Service Expansion Agreement for Rainbow Forest Mobile Home Park" with Florence Phelps, the owner/developer, which allows for the expansion, modification, and use of the private wastewater treatment plant presently serving certain private property owned by Mrs. Phelps to provide wastewater treatment services to additional commercial and/or master-metered residential development until such time that the County is able to provide permanent off-site wastewater services for all of the property served by the Rainbow Forest Mobile Home Park wastewater treatment plant. (Delete this item)

B-6 Approve staff's proposed changes to the Capital Improvement Budget and Five-Year Program Policy (BOCC Policy Number 03.02.02.00). (Defer until 4/5/00)

B-11 Accept the staff report outlining the details of the Leslie Land Corporation exchange proposal involving the Northwest Utility System property on South Mobley Road and establish a public hearing date of April 5, 2000 for the purpose of considering the adoption of a Resolution authorizing said exchange. (Defer until 4/5/00)

B-12 Consider distribution of the remaining Northwest Utility System property that would retain 350 acres for Water Department use, provide the Parks and Recreation Department 520 acres for trails, passive and active recreation and set aside approximately 200 acres for environmental preservation under the ELAP program; subject to the Board's future consideration of recommendations for use by the School Board, Hillsborough Community College or the Leslie Land Corporation exchange and future transportation needs pending appropriate Public Facilities Siting Meetings. (Defer until 4/5/00)

D-3 Appearance by Tom Morrison, Counsel for the Hillsborough County Industrial Development Authority, concerning an Interlocal Agreement between the Hillsborough County Industrial Development Authority and the Polk County Industrial Revenue Authority regarding IMC Global's $100 million Solid Waste Disposal Bond Issue. (Defer until 4/5/00 per the request of applicant)

E-3 Discussion regarding appearance by Marilyn Smith to present information regarding desalination and seawater. (Defer until 4/5/00 per request of Comm. Frank)

CORRECTIONS TO AGENDA:

A-90 Hillsborough County Parking Ordinance No. 98-48 - Correct time to read 2:30 p.m. instead of 2:00 p.m.

B-1 Exemption of Impact Fees for Subdivisions - Correct recommendation to reflect items A,B,C as indicated in memorandum dated March 14, 2000.

B-2 Financial Report on Transportation, Park and Fire Impact Fee Programs - Correct recommendation to read Direct the County Attorney's Office to draft an Ordinance amending the Consolidated Impact Fee Ordinance to remove the fire impact fee.

ITEMS REMOVED FROM CONSENT FOR DISCUSSION/QUESTIONS:

A-17 Adopt resolution which approves the Greater Tampa Chamber of Commerce/Committee of 100's Prospect #99-186, as a Qualified Applicant to Florida's Qualified Target Industries Tax Refund Program and provides for up to $100,000 of local financial support for a corporate expansion that will create 100 new high quality jobs. The entire amount ($100,000) to be provided by the County if the prospect expands in unincorporated County. One half ($50,000) to be provided by the County if the prospect expands in a municipality of Hillsborough County. (Comm. Platt)

A-19 Adopt resolution which approves the Greater Tampa Chamber of Commerce/Committee of 100's Prospect #00-024, as a Qualified Applicant to Florida's Qualified Target Industries Tax Refund Program and provides for up to $80,000 of local financial support for a corporate expansion that will create 100 new high quality jobs. The entire amount ($80,000) to be provided by the County if the prospect expands in unincorporated County. One half ($40,000) to be provided by the County if the prospect expands in a municipality of Hillsborough County. (Comm. Platt)


LIST OF ITEMS SCHEDULED FOR A TIME CERTAIN:

11:00 a.m. Consent Items

11:45 a.m. Lunch recess

1:30 p.m. D-1 Appearance by Richard Ake, Clerk of the Circuit Court, regarding a resolution designating the recording of County instruments in branch offices.

1:45 p.m. E-5 Discussion regarding the creation of the "Lonnie Napier Good Neighbor Award"

2:00 p.m. C-1 Adopt the Final Assessment Resolutions required under Ordinance 96-7 to create the Capacity Assessment Units described as: Northwest Water and Wastewater Capacity Assessment Unit 00103, Central Water and Wastewater Capacity Assessment Unit 00106, South Water Capacity Assessment Unit 00107, South Water and Wastewater Capacity Assessment Unit 00109, and Van Dyke Capacity Assessment Unit 00110, to impose capacity assessment against property therein and to approve the capacity assessment rolls.

2:15 p.m. D-2 Appearance by Grace E. Dunlap, bond counsel for Hillsborough County Educational Facilities Authority, seeking TEFRAA approval pursuant to the provisions of the Tax Code of 1986 requiring elected official approval for 501(c)(3) bonds, not to exceed $6,500,000 Hillsborough County Educational Facilities Authority Revenue Bonds, Series 2000.

3:00 p.m. D-4 Appearance by Chip Hinton to present the AEDC report.

3:30 p.m. E-4 Discussion regarding extension to the Sun City Center Golf Cart Path leading to Freedom Plaza.

4:00 p.m. B-4 Adopt the Note Resolution which authorizes up to $85 million in principal amount of Commercial Paper Notes to approved Community Investment Tax, Transportation, Stormwater, Reclaimed Water and other capital projects. The Note Resolution approves the form of the Letter of Credit and Reimbursement Agreement, Dealer Agreement, Offering Memorandum and Issuing and Paying Agent.










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