Archived Agendas

Wednesday, April 5, 2000, 9:00 AM
County Center, 2nd Floor

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INVOCATION AND PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

SPECIAL PRESENTATION SECTION.

Proclamation honoring the Seventh Annual Salute to Vietnam Veterans.

Proclamation declaring the week of April 9 - 15, 2000 as National Library Week.

Proclamation recognizing the week of April 9 - 15, 2000 as National Victims' Rights Week.

Proclamation honoring Hillsborough County Volunteers during National County Government Week, April 9 - 15, 2000.

Proclamation declaring the week of April 10 - 16, 2000 as Hillsborough County Storytelling Week.

Proclamation declaring the month of April as Selective Service Registration Awareness Month.

Proclamation declaring the month of April as Water Conservation Month.

Presentation of plaque of appreciation to Robin Carson, General Manager, Busch Gardens, for her outstanding support and leadership in the area of youth development in Hillsborough County.

Presentation recognizing Communities in Schools, Maureen Rybnik, Program Director for Hillsborough Reads and the AmeriCorp members for their contributions.

Presentation of check for $4,444 to BOCC from the Town & Country Park Home Owners Civic Association for the construction of a shelter. (Relates to
A-50)

Presentation recognizing volunteers from the Cooperative Extension Service serving as Master Gardeners: (To be presented as a group.)

Bob Eickenberg Nannette Lehr Ellen Stichter Rita Siciliano Linda McCombie Peter Danielsen Kim Friedland Berg Bradish Nancy Kamm Norma Bean Maria Martinroe Darry Eggleston Felecia Dalia Tom Joyce Bill Griffin Maryon Marsh Peggy Eggleston Lynda Wilson Mart Pieper Sandie Mulrooney Joan Kunkel June Eickenberg Marilyn Duncan Carol White Clayton Churchwell Polly Ryan Ron Pelton Lucy Hoyt Laura Magnon Tassie Brautigam JoAnn Hoffman Leon Perry Pamela Shives Bill Lofland

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

Plaques Certificates

Linda E. Arnold Janet Allyn Clyde E. Hiers
Library Advisory Board Child Care Facilities Advisory Board Emergency Medical Planning Council
May 1994 - January 2000 September 1996 - May 1999 June 1995 - May 1999
And
Bruce P. Cury Family Day Care Home Licensure Board John Rodriguez
Zoning Board of Adjustment September 1996 - December 1999 Consumer Protection Board
1989 - 1997 October 1998 - September 1999
Chairman, 1991 - 1997 Jan T. Smith
And Planning Commission
Land Use Appeals Board October 1991 - October 1999
Chairman, 1997 - 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.

A. CONSENT AGENDA

***County Administrator's Organization***

Aging Services

A-1 Approve Medicaid Waiver Referral Agreement with the West Central Florida Area Agency on Aging and Robert S. Bennett, Inc. D/B/A Med-Mart. This agreement enables eligible elderly to receive home and community based services from the service provider, case management from the Community Care for the Elderly Lead Agency and technical assistance and monitoring services from the West Central Florida Area Agency on Aging under the Florida Department of Elder Affairs Home and Community Based Medicaid Waiver from January 20, 2000 through June 30, 2000. No County funds are required.

A-2 Approve budget amendment to realign $36,064 in the Department of Aging Services additional county support budgets to cover unanticipated costs associated with the relocation of the Brandon Senior Adult Day Care Center ($20,289) and additional cash match required of $15,775 to meet an increase in federal funding of $141,956 in the 2000 Older Americans Act Contract #OAA 2000-1 for the period of 1/1/00 - 12/21/00. No additional County funds are required.

A-3 Approve the License and Hold Harmless Agreement with the Bayshore Presbyterian Apartments, for the Department of Aging Services Senior Citizens Nutrition site at, 2909 W. Barcelona St. Tampa, Florida.

Capital Program Administration

A-4 Presentation of Capital Improvement Program Summary Report of Projects funded for construction in FY 00 Part III. (Deferred from 3/15/00 Regular Agenda)

A-5 Reimbursement of School Impact Fees to Hills. Co. School Board.

a. Approve reimbursement in the amount of $1,822,316 from School Impact Fees to Hillsborough County School Board for the purchase of 70+/-acres located north of Old Memorial Highway and west of Channel A on the former Tampa Police Pistol Range for High School "FFF".

b. Approve Budget Amendment in the amount of $1,822,316 appropriating budgeted funds to accommodate this transaction for the purchase.

Children's Services

A-6 Approve budget amendment to accept and appropriate $24,708 from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services to purchase needed equipment and operating expenses for the Department of Children's Services, Child and Family Counseling Program.

Communications

A-7 Public Art Plan.

a. Approve the revised Public Art Plan developed by the Public Art Committee in accordance with the Ordinance 89-32 as amended by Ordinance 94-3 that includes $1,124,808 in budgeted County funds that are in the Public Art Fund.

b. Approve the budget Amendment appropriating and realigning funds to bring budgets in line with the plan.

Community Improvement

A-8 Contract Modification for Weed & Seed Grant and Budget Amendment for FY 2000.

a. Approve Modification of Agreement between Hillsborough County and the University Area Community Development Corporation. Modify FY 99 Weed & Seed Grant by extending the Grant expiration date from September 30, 1999 to April 30, 2000 and, authorize the Chairman to execute future financial documents related to this Agreement.

b. Approve budget amendment to realign FY 99 Weed & Seed Grant budget to accommodate an increase in the Community Organizer's salary and to include reimbursement for operating expenditures associated with installation of a telephone system for the University Community Center as indicated in the Modification.

A-9 Approve agreement with the City of Plant City which provides Community Development Block Grant funding for activities approved in the HUD Consolidated Planning Document in the amount of $441,744, and authorize the Chairman to execute future financial documents related to this agreement.

A-10 Approve an Interlocal Agreement with the City of Temple Terrace in the amount of $112,950 which authorized the County to continue implementing a citywide housing rehabilitation program within the boundaries of the City of Temple Terrace for the FY 1999/2000.

County Administrator's Office

A-11 Receive status report on voice messages on hold. (Deferred from Staff Reports Section on 3/15 Agenda)

A-12 Approve and execute a Certification of Participation notifying the Florida Department of Community Affairs of Hillsborough County's intent to serve as the coordinating unit of government for the planning and expenditure of $782,661 in federal Edward Byrne Memorial State and Local Law Enforcement Assistance Formula Grant Program funds to continue the County's Drug Control and System Improvement Program for FY 2001.

Economic Development

A-13 Approve the renewal and first modification to the Interlocal Agreement (Doc. #99-0853) between Hillsborough County, as the administrative entity and fiscal agent for the Hillsborough County Regional Workforce Development Board (WDB), and the Florida Department of Children and Families for the provision of supported employment activities for eligible Welfare-to-Work participants, for the period of May 21, 2000 through May 20, 2001, for an annual amount not to exceed $1,000,000 using Federal/State funds. No County funds required.

A-14 Approve the Agreement between Hillsborough County, as fiscal agent and administrative entity for the Hillsborough County Workforce Board (HCWB), and the School District of Hillsborough County, Florida for the provision of training services to eligible participants for the period of May 1, 2000 through April 30, 2001, with 2 - one year options to renew, for a maximum annual contract amount not to exceed $600,000.

A-15 Approve the Agreement between Hillsborough County, as fiscal agent and administrative entity for the Hillsborough County Workforce Board (HCWB), and Hillsborough Community College for the provision of training services to eligible participants for the period of May 1, 2000 through April 30, 2001, with 2 - one year options to renew, for a maximum annual contract amount not to exceed $300,000.

A-16 Approve the Agreement between Hillsborough County, as fiscal agent and administrative entity for the Hillsborough County Workforce Board (HCWB), and Kforce.com for the provision of training services to eligible participants for the period of April 10, 2000 through April 9, 2001, with 2 - one year options to renew, for a maximum annual contract amount not to exceed $200,000.

A-17 Approve the Agreement between Hillsborough County, as fiscal agent and administrative entity for the Hillsborough County Workforce Board (HCWB), and Roadmaster Drivers School, Inc. for the provision of training services to eligible participants for the period of April 10, 2000 through April 9, 2001, with 2 - one year options to renew, for a maximum annual contract amount not to exceed $300,000.

A-18 Approve the Agreement between Hillsborough County, as fiscal agent and administrative entity for the Hillsborough County Workforce Board (HCWB), and Webster Institute of Technology d.b.a. Webster Tech for the provision of training services to eligible participants for the period of April 10, 2000 through April 9, 2001, with 2 - one year options to renew, for a maximum annual contract amount not to exceed $75,000.

A-19 Approve the Agreement between Hillsborough County, as fiscal agent and administrative entity for the Hillsborough County Workforce Board (HCWB), and the National Aviation Academy of Mississippi, Inc. for the provision of training services to eligible participants for the period of April 10, 2000 through April 9, 2001, with 2 - one year options to renew, for a maximum annual contract amount not to exceed $75,000.

A-20 Approve the Agreement between Hillsborough County, as fiscal agent and administrative entity for the Hillsborough County Workforce Board (HCWB), and DIA Management d.b.a. Diesel Institute of America for the provision of training services to eligible participants for the period of April 10, 2000 through April 9, 2001, with 2 - one year options to renew, for a maximum annual contract amount not to exceed $300,000.

A-21 Approve the Agreement between Hillsborough County, as fiscal agent and administrative entity for the Hillsborough County Workforce Board (HCWB), and Knowledge Alliance, Inc. for the provision of training services to eligible participants for the period of April 10, 2000 through April 9, 2001, with 2 - one year options to renew, for a maximum annual contract amount not to exceed $200,000.

A-22 Approve the Agreement between Hillsborough County, as fiscal agent and administrative entity for the Hillsborough County Workforce Board (HCWB), and Sun Coast Learning Centers, Inc. for the provision of training services to eligible participants for the period of April 10, 2000 through April 9, 2001, with 2 - one year options to renew, for a maximum annual contract amount not to exceed $150,000.

A-23 Approve the Agreement between Hillsborough County, as fiscal agent and administrative entity for the Hillsborough County Workforce Board (HCWB), and Education America, Inc. d.b.a. Tampa Technical Institute for the provision of training services to eligible participants for the period of April 10, 2000 through April 9, 2001, with 2 - one year options to renew, for a maximum annual contract amount not to exceed $100,000.

A-24 Approve the Agreement between Hillsborough County, as fiscal agent and administrative entity for the Hillsborough County Workforce Board (HCWB), and Business Training Institute of Lakeland d.b.a. Florida Career Institute for the provision of training services to eligible participants for the period of April 10, 2000 through April 9, 2001, with 2 - one year options to renew, for a maximum annual contract amount not to exceed $100,000.

A-25 Adopt the resolution which approves the Greater Tampa Chamber of Commerce/Committee of 100's Prospect #00-033, as a Qualified Applicant to Florida's Qualified Target Industries Tax Refund Program and provides for up to $225,000 of local financial support for a corporate expansion that will create 225 new high quality jobs. The entire amount ($225,000) to be provided by the County if the prospect expands in unincorporated County. One half ($112,500) to be provided by the County if the prospect expands in a municipality of Hillsborough County.

A-26 Approve amendments (set forth in request letter from Suntrust Bank) to the financial terms of Tampa JCC/Federation's Hillsborough County Industrial Development bond originally issued in 1996.

A-27 Approve budget amendment to accept and appropriate $1,731,320 in additional Welfare-to-Work (WtW) funds for the operation of the WtW program. These funds will support the operation of the WtW program from the date of their acceptance through 09/27/01. The WtW grant is a formula from the U.S. Department of Labor. No County funds are required.

A-28 Defer until May 3, 2000, the agenda item regarding recommendation for the creation of a Small Business Task Force.

Fleet Management

A-29 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. (Deferred from 3/15/00 Agenda).

A-30 Approve budget amendment to appropriate $265,000 in the Fleet Services Fund to provide funds for the purchase of additional capital items for the maintenance of vehicles and equipment and for a software program necessary to interface Fleet's new fuel system with the vehicle maintenance system.

A-31 Approve budget amendment to appropriate $353,937 in the Fleet Services Fund to provide funds for the operation of the Fire Rescue Hanna Street Facility transferred to the Fleet Management Department. Funds are provided by additional revenues generated from work done at the unit and the reserves of the Fleet Services Fund and further, realign $231,025 in the Fire Rescue Departmental operating budget to provide funds for maintenance to Fire Rescue vehicles.

Health & Social Services

A-32 Approve budget amendment to accept and appropriate $50,000 from the Children's Board of Hillsborough County for the period August 15, 1999 to June 30, 2000 to provide for a media campaign and an evaluation of various outreach techniques for Kidcare, the Child Health Insurance Program. No County funds are required.

A-33 Approve Third Modification to the Agreement for the provision of Disability Determination Services Contract with the Emergency Associates for Medicine, Inc. (TEAM) to increase the contract cost for the Health and Social Services Department by $35,000 from $10,000 to $45,000 for the contract period ending September 30, 2000.

A-34 Approve amendment to Resolution No. R99-176 for HealthCare Advisory Board (HCAB) to expand the composition of the Board from 15 members to 17 members to include two participants of the Hillsborough County Indigent Health Care Plan.

A-35 Approve the Agreement with the Florida Department of Health, Hillsborough County Health Department, under Title II of the Ryan White CARE Act, for the provision of Mail-order Medication services in the amount of $205,000, for the period ending beginning April 1, 2000, and ending March 31, 2001. No County funds are required.

A-36 Approve the Third Modification to Agreement #99-0597 with The Florida Department of Health, Highlands County Health Department, under Title II of the Ryan White CARE Act, increasing the maximum amount payable for the Direct Client Services Fund ("DCSF") from $6,626, to $13,160, for the period beginning April 1, 2000, and ending March 31, 2001, for HIV+ individuals in Highlands County. No County funds are required.

A-37 Approve the First Modification to the Agreement with the Florida Department of Health, under the State General Revenue Program for people with HIV or AIDS, which modifies certain contract terms for the remainder of the Agreement. Reduce grant budget from $925,843 to $900,843 in accordance with the grant award from the Florida Department of Health, and realign the existing grant to comply with approved budget. No County funds are required.

A-38 Approve the Fifth Modification to Agreement #99-0596 with The Florida Department of Health, Polk County Health Department, under Title II of the Ryan White CARE Act, increasing the maximum amount payable for Case Management services from $89,003 to $104,003, for residents of Polka County, for the period beginning April 1, 1999, and ending March 31, 2000. No County funds are required.

A-39 Approve the Fifth Modification to Agreement #99-0446 with St. Joseph's Hospital, Inc., under the Ryan White CARE Act, increasing Primary Medical Care from $101,437 to $181,497 for the period beginning March 1, 2000, and ending February 28, 2001, for HIV+ individuals in Hillsborough County. No County funds are required.

A-40 Approve agreement with Hillsborough County School Board on behalf of the Department of Health & Social Services to provide 235,098 lunches and 298,428 snacks during the period of June 12, 2000 through August 4, 2000 at a total cost of $599,335.56. Funds will be provided through the Summer Food Program grant with the Florida Department of Education with no additional county funds required.

A-41 Approve payments to St. Joseph's Hospital, Inc. in an amount up to $400,000 and St. Joseph's Community Care, Inc. in an amount up to $330,000 for client services ending September 30, 1999.

A-42 Defer until April 19, 2000 the staff report regarding Consumer Protection staffing needs, per request of Commissioner Wacksman.


Human Resources

A-43 Approve the Request for Proposals (RFP) for obtaining competitive bids for Short-Term Disability (STD) and Long-Term Disability Insurance (LTD).

Management Analysis

A-44 Approve the second modification to the Human Services Group performance audit contract (RFP S-579-99) with Valiente, Hernandez & Co., by extending the contract time between the Notice to Proceed (N.T.P.) and the delivery of the draft performance audit report from 180 days from the N.T.P. to 260 days at no additional contract cost to the County.

Management & Budget

A-45 Approve Re-Adoption of FY 00 Budget of the Sugarwood Grove Special Dependent District.

A-46 Receive report on Status of Reserves for Contingencies in the Tax Funds - FY 00 as of March 15, 2000.

Neighborhood Relations

A-47 Accept and appropriate $11,374 of Neighborhood Mini-grant funds from the Children's Board of Hillsborough County to the Office of Neighborhood Relations. The Office of Neighborhood Relations who will enter into a Letter of Understanding with recipients and maintain the files, as well as the progress reports.

Parks & Recreation

A-48 Approve Interlocal Agreement between City of Tampa and Hillsborough County for Maintenance and Operation of Boat Ramps which provides $10,000 to the City to maintain and operate County Boat Ramps within the City of Tampa.

A-49 Approve Amendment to the Agreement for Riverview Civic Center Erosion Control Project between Florida Department of Environmental Protection, Environmental Protection Commission of Hillsborough County, and Hillsborough County increasing the capital outlay dollar value from $500 to $1,000 and extending the completion date to January 20, 2001.

A-50 Approve budget amendment to accept and appropriate $4,444 from the Town 'N Country Park Home Owners Civic Association to the Park & Recreation Department for a shelter to be constructed on the Town 'N Country Greenway just east of Webb Road. (Relates to Special Presentation item)

A-51 Approve budget amendment to appropriate $50,000 from the Gardinier Trust Fund and $39,525 from the Pollution Recovery Fund to the Parks & Recreation Department to fund the Riverview Civic Center Erosion Control Demonstration Project on a reimbursable basis.

A-52 Approve budget amendment to appropriate $80,000 from the NW Park Impact Fee Fund reserve to provide increased funding to the Northdale Park Project.

A-53 Approve budget resolution to amend the FY 2000-2005 Adopted CIP to defer funding for the Riverview Boat Ramp from FY 2000 to FY 2005 and to add the By Pass Canal Boat Ramp. Further, realign $250,000 in the Florida Boating Improvement Fund to provide funding for the By Pass Canal Boat Ramp.

Public Safety - Emergency Management

A-54 Agreement #00EM-D3-08-39-10-029 between the State of Florida and Hillsborough County for the State and Local Assistance Program Grant.

a. Approve the State and Local Assistance program grant agreement between Hillsborough County and the Florida Department of Community Affairs for the period 10/1/1999 through 9/30/2000 in the amount of $89,250. Total grant is in the amount of $178,500 of which $89,250 is the required county match.

b. Realign $4,731 from the Public Safety's approved general fund budget to the operating grant fund.

Public Works

A-55 Close the grant (Grant #CP0101) and residual appropriations for the Cone Ranch/Upper Hillsborough River Restoration project (CIP# 40938) and return excess matching funds in the amount of $3,577 to the Reserves and Refunds account in the Water & Wastewater Utility Enterprise Fund.

A-56 Close the grant and residual appropriations for the Southwest Florida Water Management District cooperative funding agreement for Egypt Lake Stormwater Phase 2. This agreement has been terminated for a larger scope of work agreement in the future. Realign $12,750 of County matching funds to the Stormwater Management Fund.

A-57 Approve budget amendment to realign $7,445 in appropriations from the Children's Services Time Out Rooms Renovations-CIP No. 70017 and Medical Examiner's Trailer-CIP No. 70010-Project to Reserves. This action is necessary in order to close out these projects.

A-58 Interlocal Agreement Between Hillsborough County and the University of South Florida for Work on the Hillsborough County Lighting Rate Study.

a. Approve agreement with the University of South Florida (USF) for completion of a Light District Rate Study and compensation to USF of $159,063.

b. Approve budget amendment to realign $159,063 within the Street Lighting Non-Ad Valorem Assessment Fund to provide funding for the study to be provided by USF.

Purchasing

A-59 Authorize the Insurance and Claims Division to pay Claim #220673220469, for the amount of $15,626.08.

A-60 Authorize the Insurance and Claims Division to settle Claim #216188/216031, for the amount of $25,000.

A-61 File No. SP-010-00 - Public Works/Roadway Maintenance - Declare as surplus and authorize disposal of tangible personal property consisting of ninety-seven (97) pieces of obsolete traffic control equipment pursuant to Section 274.06, Florida Statutes.

A-62 File No. SP-011-00 - Water Department - Declare as surplus and authorize disposal of tangible personal property consisting of 700 Peabody-Barnes Step Pumps and 600 Peabody-Barnes Control Panels pursuant to Section 274.06, Florida Statutes by sale to the highest bidder. Further, authorize the Clerk-Board of County Commissioners to remove this property from the inventory asset record after verification of disposal by Purchasing.

A-63 File No. SP-012-00 - Fleet Management - Declare as surplus and authorize disposal of tangible personal property consisting of 86 items of Surplus Vehicles and Miscellaneous Equipment pursuant to Section 274.06, Florida Statutes by public auction at Tampa Machinery Auction. Further, authorize the Clerk-Board of County Commissioners to remove this property from the inventory asset record after verification of disposal by Purchasing.

A-64 File No. SP-013-00 - Tax Collector - Declare as surplus and authorize disposal of tangible personal property consisting of various items of obsolete office furniture pursuant to Section 274.06, Florida Statutes.

A-65 Bid No. C-147-96 - Water Department - Approve thirty day extension to Bid No. C-147-96, with Whole Effluent Toxicity Testing Labs, Incorporated (WET LABS, Inc.), in amount not to exceed $6,100 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.

A-66 Bid No. C-155-98 - Water Department - Approve renewal of contract between the Board and Padgett-Swann Machinery Co., Inc. for Bid No. C-155-98, Motor Rewind Services for the Water Department for a one year period beginning April 14, 2000 and ending April 13, 2001 in an amount not to exceed $121,601 at the same terms and conditions.

A-67 Bid No. C-195-98 - Health & Social Services - Approve first modification to existing agreement between the Board and Tampa Bay Professional Pharmacy, Inc. increasing the not to exceed amount from $78,636.60 to $108,636.60 for the period beginning May 1, 1999 and ending April 30, 2000 and renew the contract for the period beginning May 1, 2000 and ending April 30, 2001 at the modified not to exceed amount of $108,636.60 at the same terms and conditions.

A-68 File No. P-762-99 - County Attorney - Award File No. P-762-99, Sole Source Purchase of an Attorney Practice Management Software System, including first year's maintenance, to PMT Inc., in the amount of $152,740.

A-69 Bid No. C-848-00, CIP No. Various - Public Works - Award Bid No. C-848-00, Sand Seal Treatment Program Term contract FY 2000, to the low bidder meeting specifications, Ajax Paving Industries, Inc., for an amount not to exceed $200,000.

A-70 Bid No. T-852-00 - Aging Services - Award Bid No. T-852-00, Purchase of Disposable Medical Supplies for a one year period to the low responsive and responsible bidder meeting specifications, Health Aid Company, Tampa, Fl in the estimated amount of $128,730.47. Further request the Board reject the bid submitted by UUM United Unicef Medical, Laked Hopatcong, N.J. for reasons stated in the background. This is a Hillsborough County Governmental Purchasing Council bid.

A-71 Bid No. C-879-00 (Rebid), CIP No. 61218 - Public Works - Award Bid No. C-879-00, Linebaugh Avenue Roadway Improvements (Plantation Blvd. To Dale Mabry Highway) (Rebid) which includes Alternates 1 and 2 to the low bidder meeting specifications, ZiCorp Constructors, LC, in the amount of $6,665,449.10.

A-72 Bid No. C-883-00, CIP No. 10627 - Water Department - Award Bid No. C-883-00, Riverview Transmission System Misc. Pump Station Improvements, to the low bidder meeting specifications, TLC Diversified Inc., for the amount of $557,700.

A-73 Bid No. T-903-00 - Aging Services - Award Bid No. T-903-00, Purchase and Delivery of Breakfast Foods for the Senior Citizen Nutrition & Activity Program (SCNAP) for a one year period to the sole bidder, G.A. Food Services, Inc., St. Petersburg, Fl in the estimated amount of $238,653.60. This is a Hillsborough County Governmental Purchasing Council bid.

Real Estate

A-74 Receive report on the channel corridors in the Town N' Country area. (Deferred from 3/1, 3/15 Agendas)

A-75 Approve a one (1) year renewal of the sub-lease with the State of Florida Department of Labor and Employment Security for space occupied by the Economic Development Department (Employment and Training Division), at 205 South Moon Avenue in Brandon, and authorize the Chairman to execute the attached notification letter. The monthly rent for the 1,013 square foot of space will remain at $1,413.14 ($16.74 per square foot) from July 1, 2000 through February 28, 2001 and will increase to $1,483.20 ($17.57) from March 1, 2001 through June 30, 2001. The rental rates correspond to the rent paid by the State under their lease with the building owner.

A-76 Approve a one (1) year extension of the lease with the State of Florida Department of Labor and Employment Security (Division of Blind Services), for the operation of the food service facility at the main courthouse and authorize the Chairman to execute the attached notification letter. The rent paid for use of the facility is one and one half percent (1 1/2%) of gross sales, which equates to approximately $340 per month.

A-77 Ratify the execution by Michael Kelly, Director of Real Estate, of a License Agreement with B & B Cash Grocery Stores, Inc., owner of the parking lot north of the 700 Twiggs Street Building. The agreement will allow the County's contractor access to the north side of the building on March 25th in order to clean, repair and paint that face of the building. The building is located on the north property line with no access to the north face except thru the adjoining property.

A-78 Accept the conveyance of a perpetual utility easement from Gunn Twenty Three, Inc. for the purpose of accommodating the utility needs associated with the commercial development of the site. The utility easement is twenty-two (22) feet by eight (8) feet and is located along the west side of Olive Jones Road just south of Gunn Highway.

A-79 Approve the agreement and authorize processing and acceptance of instruments of conveyance, from William E. and Christine K. Ford, in the amount of $8,000 for a drainage easement along Delaney creek, between R.R. Tracks and 86th Street (CIP #47081).

A-80 Approve the agreement and authorize processing and acceptance of instruments of conveyance from Nicolas E. and Lucy M. Lahera, in the amount of $21,600 for a drainage easement along Delaney Creek, between R.R. Tracks and 86th Street (CIP #47081).

A-81 Release a surplus easement to Richard E. and Alice P. Stephens as Trustees. The easement has no value to the Water Department and the property owner will be responsible for restoring the easement area.

A-82 Accept report on the Millennium Marker project. This project which was approved by the Millennium Committee, will establish approximately sixty (60) new survey markers and these will form part of a nationwide Millennium adjustment.

A-83 Accept a drainage easement by donation from Robert M. Hughes and Delores Ann Hughes, for Park Drive Outfall, and further authorize the processing of instruments for same. (CIP 49243).

A-84 Accept a drainage easement by donation from Margaret J. Hilton, Cheryl Hilton, and Robert Hilton, for Park Drive Outfall, and further authorize the processing of instruments for same.

A-85 Approve the agreement and authorize processing and acceptance of instruments of conveyance from Kenneth Ford, in the amount of $62,000 for a drainage easement along Delaney Creek, between R.R. Tracks and 86th Street (CIP 47081).

A-86 Accept and authorize the processing of a driveway easement and a temporary easement donated to Hillsborough County by Anthony David Russo and Mary Elizabeth Russo, for the River Crossing Pump station.

A-87 Approve a First Amendment Agreement to the lease with Twin Oaks Plaza, Inc., in order to provide a five (5) year extension for the 1,200 square feet of space occupied by the Sheriff at 11072 U.S. Highway 301 South, in Gibsonton. The space is used by the Sheriff for a Community Office site. The space is rent free, with the exception of operational and maintenance costs, which are paid by the Sheriff.

A-88 Acceptance of a special warranty deed from Pulte Home Corporation to Hillsborough County for the donation of a 6.277 acre site known as South Pointe Park, together with a temporary access easement to the park until such time as Hallmark Road is relocated. Said park is located within the South Pointe Subdivision complex and along Hallmark Boulevard just west of U.S. 301, approximately 1.4 miles north of Big Bend Road.

A-89 Accept report on the NAVD88 Project which supports the orderly conversion of the existing National Geodetic Vertical Datum established in 1929 to the new North American Vertical Datum of 1988 as implemented by NOAA. This datum change will result in future maps prepared by the County being compatible with those prepared by SWFWMD and FEMA which are also converting to the new datum.

A-90 Defer until April 19, 2000, the public hearing to adopt a resolution and approve a Land Exchange Agreement with the Leslie Land Corporation. The applicant has a scheduling conflict on April 5 and has requested a continuance until April 19.

A-91 The Jan Platt Regional Library. (Written material to be provided under separate cover.)

a. Exercise right of first notice and approve an agreement for purchase and sale with Interbay Plaza, Inc. in the amount of $1.5 million, plus closing costs to provide land for future parking for the Jan Platt Regional Library.

b. Approve a budget amendment appropriating $825,000 from the Library District Capital Projects Reserve accounts to provide sufficient funds for this acquisition.

Solid Waste Management

A-92 Approve and execute the Access Agreement, Attachment A with CFJ Properties which provides for the installation of one (1) groundwater monitoring well, and quarterly monitoring of this well, as part of the required groundwater monitoring plan for the Taylor Road Landfill Superfund Site.

A-93 Florida Department of Environmental Protection Contract No. HW441-The Unique or Innovative Grant Project.

a. Approve and execute the Florida Department of Environmental Protection (FDEP) Contract No. HW441, the Unique or Innovative Grant Project, for a pilot program to determine the feasibility of collecting and refurbishing end of life electronic equipment.

b. Appropriate the Grant amount of $100,000, of which $50,000 is to be reimbursed by the FDEP under this contract. The remaining $50,000 of in-kind match will be provided by the Hillsborough Education Foundation/Recycling Task Force.

A-94 Approve and execute an agreement with the Hillsborough Education Foundation, acting as fiscal agent for the Recycling Task Force, an intergovernmental body created by the Council of Governments, to initiate and complete a pilot project to determine the feasibility of collecting, recycling and refurbishing end of life (EOL) electronic equipment utilizing funds provided for in the Florida Department of Environmental Protection Unique/Innovative Grant #HW441.

Water Department

A-95 Authorize the County Attorney's Office to draft changes in the County's existing Reclaimed Water Improvement unit (RWIU) Ordinance #95-13 to clarify the process to define RWIU cost overruns.

A-96 Authorize the Water Department to contact the American Water Works Association to officially endorse their statement on water efficiency standards.

A-97 Approve Change Order No. 2 to the contract with Wharton-Smith Inc., for Northwest Reclaimed Water Transmission System: Parts 2, 3, 9, 10, 11, 20, 21, increasing the contract amount by $342,816.39, increase the contract time by 60 days, and adjusting the milestone dates as indicated in the Background.

A-98 Approve Change Order No. 2 final to the contract with Diversified Drilling Corporation, for the clearing and/or plugging of abandoned water wells - round 2, decreasing the contract amount by $5687.99 with no adjustment to contract time.

A-99 Approve the proposed "Interlocal Agreement with the City of Tampa Amending and Defining the Boundaries for Water and Wastewater Service Within the City of Tampa and Hillsborough County" to facilitate any future County acquisition of the Old Carrollwood and Seaboard utility systems.

***County Attorney***

A-100 Receive report regarding Child Molesters and Zoning. (Deferred from Staff Reports Section 3/1, 3/15 Agendas)

A-101 Approve resolution authorizing the expenditure of funds for security services on the Friendship Trail Bridge to Budd Security.

A-102 Authorize the County Attorney's Office to settle the case of Wong v. Hillsborough County, Case No. 96-3930 Div. "A" with a settlement amount of Fourteen Thousand Five Hundred Dollars ($14,500).

A-103 Defer until April 19, 2000 meeting, regarding the issue of Fliers at Hotels in Unincorporated Hillsborough County.

A-104 Authorize the settlement of Hillsborough County's claim against Cumberland Casualty & Surety Company ("Cumberland") for the amount of $75,000 and execute the Settlement Agreement and Mutual Release.


***Other Offices***


Clerk of Circuit Court

A-105 Receipt of Official Board Records (reports to be filed in Board Records upon receipt into official records).

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

b. Hillsborough County investment information as of February 29, 2000.

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

A-106 Approval to delete capital equipment item from County inventory by the Clerk of Circuit Court, as indicated in agenda backup.

A-107 Accept the transfer of $2,029,471.87 in contributed capital from the Tampa Sports Authority, which represents costs of improvements related to the construction of Legends Field Baseball Complex, a Board facility. The amount, which would be added to the County's financial records, was funded by the New York Yankees, Tampa Sports Authority, and various grants and contributions and includes appurtenant costs associated with stadium seating, landscaping, and signage placed within the confines of the complex.

A-108 Approve remittance of $2,782.49 to the Clerk of Circuit Court for properties on which no bids were received at the tax deed sale of March 6, 2000.

A-109 Approve remittance of $892.78 to the Clerk of Circuit Court for properties on which no bids were received at the tax deed sale of March 13, 2000.

A-110 Approve remittance of $1,252.45 to the Clerk of Circuit Court for properties on which no bids were received at the tax deed sale of March 20, 2000.

A-111 Approve warrants and direct deposits issued under dates of March 28 through April 3, 2000. Ratify preapproval to release warrants and direct deposits issued under dates of March 14-20, 2000.

A-112 Approve minutes:

Land Use February 22, 2000
Workshop/First Round Text and Map Amendment February 23, 2000
Workshop/Transportation (a.m.) February 23, 2000
Workshop/Transportation (p.m.) February 23, 2000
Public Hearing/Transportation February 29, 2000
Workshop/Comprehensive Plan Amendments for 2000 March 8, 2000
Workshop/Transportation March 8, 2000

Environmental Protection Commission

A-113 Approve budget amendment in the amount of $150,000 removing Environment Protection Commission grant #EP0545 from the FY 00 budget. The grant, which was included in the adopted budget, was not awarded.

A-114 Accept and appropriate from the Pollution Recovery Trust Fund (Escrow Account), $10,000 for the American Lung Association "Airwise Project". No General Revenue funds required.

Metropolitan Planning Organization

A-115 Approve budget amendment to accept and appropriate $10,000 from Hartline as a supplement to the Federal Highway FY 00 Section 112 Planning Funds Grant.

A-116 Approve budget amendment to realign $1,756 in the FT97 FTA Section 8 Planning MPO Grant to allow for a refund to the Countywide General Fund of local funds that were transferred during FY 99 to the grants fund in excess of final costs.


B. REGULAR AGENDA

County Administrator's Office

B-1 Approve scheduling of the following workshop: (requires super majority vote)

a. Discussion of Animal Ordinance.

Debt Management

B-2 (1:45 p.m. - 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.) (Continued from 3/15/00 Agenda)

Health & Social Services

B-3 (10:45 a.m. - time certain) Report regarding additional research pertaining to the proposed Ordinance regulating the moving industry in Hillsborough County.

Management & Budget

B-4 Approve the County Administrator's report that the Fire Rescue maintenance for non-emergency and medical vehicles will be transferred to the Fleet Management Department in satisfaction of the Blue Ribbon Committee recommendation to merge maintenance shops. (BRC #00030)

B-5 Approve the County Administrator's report that the Forms Management Committee completes the Blue Ribbon Committee recommendation regarding standardization of forms. (BRC #00057)

B-6 Approve the County Administrator's report that the current truancy prevention structure satisfies the Blue Ribbon Committee's recommendation regarding truancy prevention. (BRC #00067)

B-7 Approve the County Administrator's report that the previous BOCC decision satisfies the Blue Ribbon Committee's recommendation on advertising on bus stops and benches. (BRC #00068)

B-8 Approve the County Administrator's report that the current transition of GIS software completes the Blue Ribbon Committee's recommendation concerning compatibility of GIS software. (BRC #00071)

B-9 Approve the County Administrator's report that volunteers are being maximized in satisfaction of the Blue Ribbon Committee's recommendation regarding free labor. (BRC #00075)

B-10 Approve the County Administrator's report that no duplication exists in satisfaction of the Blue Ribbon Committees recommendation regarding eliminating duplication of work between the BOCC and Sheriff's Office staff to reduce jail overcrowding. (BRC #00076)

B-11 Approve the County Administrator's report that Hillsborough County has and will continue to competitively bid as much as possible including the bulk of the capital projects which are built on contracts under County Supervision in satisfaction of the Blue Ribbon Committee's recommendation pertaining to the Capital Process accommodating privately built projects. (BRC #00080)

B-12 Approve the County Administrator's report that a personnel utilization study is not required under the BOCC and that Constitutional Officers are independent and the Board has no authority other than a global budgetary function in satisfaction of the Blue Ribbon Committee recommendation for a personnel utilization study. (BRC #00087)

B-13 Approve the County Administrator's report that the Community Liaisons are necessary in satisfaction of the Blue Ribbon Committee recommendation to review their significance. (BRC #00092)

B-14 Approve the County Administrator's report that the Quarterly Report on Blue Ribbon Committee on County Finances and Florida TaxWatch recommendations satisfies the recommendation regarding reporting. (BRC #00093)

B-15 Approve the County Administrator's report that in April of 1999 the Board accepted the current Decision Unit process used by County Administration in satisfaction of the Blue Ribbon Committee recommendation regarding Service Level Analysis. (BRC #00096)

B-16 Approve the County Administrator's report that in April of 1999 the Board accepted the County Administration's process of defining more precisely what requested funding will accomplish in satisfaction of the Blue Ribbon Committee recommendation regarding implementation of performance based budgeting. (BRC #00097)

B-17 Approve the County Administrator's report that in April of 1999 the Board accepted the continued development of performance measures which include unit cost in satisfaction of the Blue Ribbon Committee recommendation regarding cost for unit of service. (BRC #00098)

B-18 Approve the County Administrator's report that management has and will continue to explore innovations developed by other governments. (BRC #00101)

Planning & Growth Management

B-19 Approve staff recommendation that the Board fund a Brandon Boulevard (SR 60) aesthetics feasibility study and endorse an in-house Brandon Boulevard aesthetics study beginning in July 2000. The study will consider enforcing, strengthening, and expanding regulations, and recommended funding improvements.

Water Department

B-20 (4:00 time certain) Receive staff report on Hillsborough County's water conservation activities.

a. Approve recommendation on the implementation of additional measures to manage demand.

b. Receive report regarding reclaimed water projects and production failure.

Water Resources Team

B-21 (4:00 - 5:30 p.m. time certain) Receive report and discuss recommendations regarding Tampa Bay Water - Pasco County Proposed Master Water Plan Review #3.

Clerk of Circuit Court

B-22 (11:30 a.m. time certain) Accept County Audit Report 85, Specialized Transportation audit, (to be filed in Board Records upon receipt into official records)

C. PUBLIC HEARINGS

C-1 (2:00 time certain) 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" eligible for impact fee expenditure.

C-2 (2:00 time certain ) Adopt the ordinance creating an Impact Fee No-Fee Transportation Zone for the USF area.

a. Support the USF No Fee Zone boundary requested by the Board at the September 8, 1999 BOCC workshop for the relief of transportation and right-of-way impact fees and water and sewer capacity fees.

b. Support the community's request to defer the adoption of the USF No Fee Zone ordinance for three months to establish criteria that will be the foundation of the strategic redevelopment plan for the USF area.

Tampa Bay Water Projects

C-3 (2:00 time certain) Conduct a public hearing on Brandon Urban Dispersed Wells (BUDW) Final Draft Environmental Management Plan per BOCC Policy for Public Involvement in Tampa Bay Water (TBW) projects and consider whether to initiate binding arbitration pursuant to Sections 3.12, 3.13, and 3.16 of the Interlocal Agreement.

C-4 (2:00 time certain) Conduct a public hearing on Consolidated Permit Environmental Management Plan (EMP) in accordance with BOCC policy for Public Involvement in Tampa Bay Water Projects and consider whether to initiate binding arbitration pursuant to Sections 3.12, 3.13 and 3.16 of the Interlocal Agreement.

C-5 (2:00 time certain) Conduct a public hearing on Environmental Resource Permits for the North Central Intertie - Contract #2 (North Division) in accordance with the BOCC?S Policy for Public Involvement in Tampa Bay Water Projects and consider whether to initiate binding arbitration of the Environmental Resource Permit for the North-Central Hillsborough Intertie-Contract 2 (North Division) pursuant to Sections 3.12, 3.13 and 3.16 of the Interlocal Agreement.

C-6 (2:00 time certain) Ratify the decision of the Water Resource Team not to file for binding arbitration regarding Tampa Bay Water's Optimized Regional Operations Plan for 2000. Conduct a public hearing per BOCC Policy for Public Involvement in Tampa Bay Water (TBW) projects and consider whether to initiate binding arbitration pursuant to Sections 3.12, 3.13, and 3.16 of the Interlocal Agreement.


D. SCHEDULED APPEARANCES

D-1 (1:30 p.m. time certain) Presentation by Bill McBride of the Greater Tampa Chamber of Commerce Emergency Task Force on Tampa General Hospital to discuss the report prepared by TriBrook Healthcare Consultants about various proposals to assist Tampa General Hospital.

D-2 (11:15 p.m. time certain) Appearance by Mary Ellen Gillette, Chairman of the HealthCare Advisory Board, to present the Advisory Board's findings regarding medical coverage for terminally ill individuals receiving Social Security Disability. Also in conjunction with this item, a report on this subject from Helen Levine is included in the written material.


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.

Board Correspondence

E-3 Correspondence received from Tom Lewis, Jr., Chairman, Central Florida Technology Transit Corridor Consortium, regarding application to the FDOT for Cross-State Transit Study. Hillsborough County is invited to have a representative on the Advisory Committee for this study. (Staff recommends appointment of Tom Thomson.)

E-4 Correspondence from Fran Barford, Mayor, City of Temple Terrace, advising that Council Member Jerry M. King has been appointed to serve as a non-voting member on the Tourist Development Council. (Staff recommends the Board receive and file.)

Commissioner Frank

E-5 (5:30 p.m. time certain) Discussion regarding appearance by Marilyn Smith to present information regarding desalination and seawater. (Deferred from 3/1, 3/15 meeting)

Commissioner Norman

E-6 Discussion regarding the Florida Government Utility Authority (FGUA) application for renewal of Water Use Permit for the supply of their water and request to increase pumpage for the wells in original Carrollwood from SWFWMD.

E-7 Discussion regarding Egypt Temple (Shrine) Amateur Radio Association's request to place communication tower on top of Raymond James Stadium.

Commissioner Platt

E-8 Discussion recommending that the Environmental Protection Commission building be named in honor of Roger P. Stewart to be effective upon his leaving his position.

E-9 (3:15 p.m. time certain) Discussion regarding Project Greenhouse request for a parcel of land.

E-10 Discussion regarding extending Hillsborough County Library hours on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays.

E-11 (3:30 p.m. time certain ) Discussion regarding Less Than Fee and ELAP Millage motions.

E-12 (4:00 p.m. time certain) Request that the BOCC request the Planning Commission to undertake a review of Tampa Bay Water's Master Water Plan for consistency with the County's Comprehensive Plan.

E-13 Discussion regarding Board taking a position on House Bill 1807 and Senate Bill 1824 and House Bill 1757.

Commissioner Wacksman

E-14 ( 2:30 p.m. time certain) Discussion regarding Children's Initiative Issue/Year of the Child.


F. STAFF REPORTS

County Administrator

F-1 (10:55 a.m. time certain) Verbal report on Bond Rating Agency Visits. (Deferred from 3/1, 3/15 Agenda)

County Attorney

F-2 Report regarding Newsracks in the Right-of-Way.

Management & Budget

F-3 Report on the Anticipated Impact of Electronic Commerce on Hillsborough County Revenues.

Public Affairs

F-4 Report regarding current legislative plan for implementing Article V. (Written material to be provided under separate cover.)


LIST OF ITEMS SCHEDULED FOR A TIME CERTAIN:

10:45 a.m. B-3 Report regarding additional research pertaining to the proposed Ordinance regulating the moving industry in Hillsborough County.

10:55 a.m. F-1 Verbal report on Bond Rating Agency Visits. (Deferred from 3/1, 3/15 Agenda)

11:00 a.m. Consent Items

11:15 a.m. D-2 Appearance by Mary Ellen Gillette, Chairman of the HealthCare Advisory Board, to present the Advisory Board's findings regarding medical coverage for terminally ill individuals receiving Social Security Disability. Also in conjunction with this item, a report on this subject from Helen Levine is included in the written material.

11:30 a.m. B-22 Accept County Audit Report 85, Specialized Transportation audit, (to be filed in Board Records upon receipt into official records)

11:45 a.m. Lunch Recess

1:30 p.m. D-1 Presentation by Bill McBride of the Greater Tampa Chamber of Commerce Emergency Task Force on Tampa General Hospital to discuss the report prepared by TriBrook Healthcare Consultants about various proposals to assist Tampa General Hospital.

1:45 p.m. B-2 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.) (Continued from 3/15/00 Agenda)

2:00 p.m. C-1 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" eligible for impact fee expenditure.

C-2 Adopt the ordinance creating an Impact Fee No-Fee Transportation Zone for the USF area.

a. Support the USF No Fee Zone boundary requested by the Board at the September 8, 1999 BOCC workshop for the relief of transportation and right-of-way impact fees and water and sewer capacity fees.

b. Support the community's request to defer the adoption of the USF No Fee Zone ordinance for three months to establish criteria that will be the foundation of the strategic redevelopment plan for the USF area.

C-3 Conduct a public hearing on Brandon Urban Dispersed Wells (BUDW) Final Draft Environmental Management Plan per BOCC Policy for Public Involvement in Tampa Bay Water (TBW) projects and consider whether to initiate binding arbitration pursuant to Sections 3.12, 3.13, and 3.16 of the Interlocal Agreement.

C-4 Conduct a public hearing on Consolidated Permit Environmental Management Plan (EMP) in accordance with BOCC policy for Public Involvement in Tampa Bay Water Projects and consider whether to initiate binding arbitration pursuant to Sections 3.12, 3.13 and 3.16 of the Interlocal Agreement.

C-5 Conduct a public hearing on Environmental Resource Permits for the North Central Intertie - Contract #2 (North Division) in accordance with the BOCC?S Policy for Public Involvement in Tampa Bay Water Projects and consider whether to initiate binding arbitration of the Environmental Resource Permit for the North-Central Hillsborough Intertie-Contract 2 (North Division) pursuant to Sections 3.12, 3.13 and 3.16 of the Interlocal Agreement.

C-6 Ratify the decision of the Water Resource Team not to file for binding arbitration regarding Tampa Bay Water's Optimized Regional Operations Plan for 2000. Conduct a public hearing per BOCC Policy for Public Involvement in Tampa Bay Water (TBW) projects and consider whether to initiate binding arbitration pursuant to Sections 3.12, 3.13, and 3.16 of the Interlocal Agreement.


CONTINUED LIST OF ITEMS SCHEDULED FOR TIME CERTAINS


2:30 p.m. E-14 Discussion regarding Children's Initiative Issue/Year of the Child.

3:15 p.m. E-9 Discussion regarding Project Greenhouse request for a parcel of land.

3:30 p.m. E-11 Discussion regarding Less Than Fee and ELAP Millage motions.

4:00 p.m. E-12 Request that the BOCC request the Planning Commission to undertake a review of Tampa Bay Water's Master Water Plan for consistency with the County's Comprehensive Plan.

B-20 Receive staff report on Hillsborough County's water conservation activities.

a. Approve recommendation on the implementation of additional measures to manage demand.

b. Receive report regarding reclaimed water projects and production failure.

B-21 Receive report and discuss recommendations regarding Tampa Bay Water - Pasco County Proposed Master Water Plan Review #3.


5:30 p.m. E-5 Discussion regarding appearance by Marilyn Smith to present information regarding desalination and seawater. (Deferred from 3/1, 3/15 meeting)

OFF-THE-AGENDA ITEMS:

B-23 Public Health Clinic in the University of South Florida Area for the Hillsborough County Health Department.

E-15 Regarding 2000 Census (Comm. Storms)

DEFERRALS/DELETIONS:

A-8 Contract Modification for Weed & Seed Grant and Budget Amendment for FY 2000. Approve Modification of Agreement and modify FY 99 Weed & Seed Grant. Defer until 4/19.

A-25 Resolution which approves the Greater Tampa Chamber of Commerce/Committee of 100's Prospect #00-033, as a Qualified Applicant to Florida's Qualified Target Industries Tax Refund Program. Defer until 4/19 as requested by Greater Tampa Chamber of Commerce.

A-104 Authorize the settlement of Hillsborough County’s claim against Cumberland Casualty & Surety Company (“Cumberland”) for the amount of $75,000 and execute the Settlement Agreement and Mutual Realease. Defer until 4/19.

A-107 Transfer of $2,029,471.87 in contributed capital from the Tampa Sports Authority, which represents costs of improvements related to the construction of Legends Field Baseball Complex, a Board facility. Defer until 4/19

B-4 Approve the County Administrator’s report that the Fire Rescue maintenance for non-emergency and medical vehicles will be transferred to the Fleet Management Department in satisfaction of the Blue Ribbon Committee recommendation to merge maintenance shops. (BRC #00030) Defer until 4/19 (Comm. Platt).

E-10 Discussion regarding extending Hillsborough County Library hours on Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays. Defer until 4/12. (Budget Process Workshop) (Comm. Platt)

CORRECTIONS TO AGENDA:

A-7a Approve the revised Public Art Plan developed by the Public Art Committee in accordance with the Ordinance 89-32 as amended by Ordinance 94-3 that includes $1,124,808 in budgeted County funds that are in the Public Art Fund. (Correct dollar amount to read $1,124,683.)

A-90 Defer until April 19, 2000, the public hearing to adopt a resolution and approve a Land Exchange Agreement with the Leslie Land Corporation. The applicant has a scheduling conflict on April 5 and has requested a continuance until April 19. Change the word “defer” to the word “continue.”

ITEMS REMOVED FROM CONSENT FOR DISCUSSION/QUESTIONS:

A-92 Access Agreement, Attachment A with CFJ Properties which provides for the installation of one (1) groundwater monitoring well, and quarterly monitoring of this well, as part of the required groundwater monitoring plan for the Taylor Road Landfill Superfund Site. (Comm. Platt)

LIST OF ITEMS SCHEDULED FOR A TIME CERTAIN:

10:45 am B-3 Report regarding additional research pertaining to the proposed Ordinance regulating the moving industry in Hillsborough County.

10:55 am F-1 Verbal report on Bond Rating Agency Visits. (Deferred from 3/1, 3/15 Agenda)

11:00 am Consent Items

11:15 am D-2 Mary Ellen Gillette, Chairman of the HealthCare Advisory Board, to present the Advisory Board’s findings regarding medical coverage for terminally ill individuals receiving Social Security Disability. Also in conjunction with this item, a report on this subject from Helen Levine is included in the written material.

11:30 am B-22 Accept County Audit Report 85, Specialized Transportation audit, (to be filed in Board Records upon receipt into official records)

11:45 am Lunch Recess

1:30 pm D-1 Presentation by Bill McBride of the Greater Tampa Chamber of Commerce Emergency Task Force on Tampa General Hospital to discuss the report prepared by TriBrook Healthcare Consultants about various proposals to assist Tampa General Hospital.

1:45 pm B-2 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.) (Continued from 3/15/00 Agenda)

2:00 pm C-1 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” eligible for impact fee expenditure.

C-2 Adopt the ordinance creating an Impact Fee No-Fee Transportation Zone for the USF area: a) Support the USF No Fee Zone boundary requested by the Board at the September 8, 1999 BOCC workshop, b) Support community’s request to defer the adoption of the USF No Fee Zone ordinance.

C-3 Conduct a public hearing on Brandon Urban Dispersed Wells (BUDW) Final Draft Environmental Management Plan per BOCC Policy for Public Involvement in Tampa Bay Water (TBW) projects and consider whether to initiate binding arbitration pursuant to Sections 3.12, 3.13, and 3.16 of the Interlocal Agreement.

C-4 Conduct a public hearing on Consolidated Permit Environmental Management Plan (EMP) in accordance with BOCC policy for Public Involvement in Tampa Bay Water Projects and consider whether to initiate binding arbitration.

C-5 Conduct a public hearing on Environmental Resource Permits for the North Central Intertie - Contract #2 (North Division) in accordance with the BOCC=S Policy for Public Involvement in Tampa Bay Water Projects and consider whether to initiate binding arbitration.

C-6 Ratify the decision of the Water Resource Team not to file for binding arbitration regarding Tampa Bay Water’s Optimized Regional Operations Plan for 2000. Conduct a public hearing for Public Involvement in Tampa Bay Water (TBW) projects.

2:30 pm E-14 Discussion regarding Children’s Initiative Issue/Year of the Child. (Comm. Wacksman)

3:00 pm E-7 Discussion regarding Egypt Temple (Shrine) Amateur Radio Association’s request to place communication tower on top of Raymond James Stadium. (Comm. Norman)

3:15 pm E-9 Discussion regarding Project Greenhouse request for a parcel of land. (Comm. Platt)

3:30 pm E-11 Discussion regarding Less Than Fee and ELAP Millage motions. (Comm. Platt)

4:00 pm E-12 Request that the BOCC request the Planning Commission to undertake a review of Tampa Bay Water’s Master Water Plan for consistency with the County’s Comprehensive Plan. (Comm. Platt)

B-20 Receive staff report on Hillsborough County’s water conservation activities: a) approve recommendation on the implementation of additional measures to manage demand, b) Receive report regarding reclaimed water projects and production failure.

B-21 Receive report and discuss recommendations regarding Tampa Bay Water - Pasco County Proposed Master Water Plan Review #3.

5:30 pm E-5 Discussion regarding appearance by Marilyn Smith to present information regarding desalination and seawater. (Deferred from 3/1, 3/15 meeting) (Comm. Frank)

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