Archived Agendas

Wednesday, June 7, 2000, 9:00 AM
County Center, 2nd Floor

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INVOCATION AND PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

SPECIAL PRESENTATION SECTION.

Presentation of plaque in appreciation of service provided to Hillsborough County presented to Dave Forziano.

Introduction of Joyce Russell, African-American Liaison.

Proclamation declaring the week of June 19 - 23, 2000 as "Code Enforcement Officers Appreciation Week."

1999 United Way Awards Winners:

Gold Award

Administrative Services
Capital Program Administration
Civil Service
Community Liaisons
Debt Management & Planning
Equal Opportunity Administration
Human Resources
Management & Budget
Medical Examiner
Office of County Administrator
Supervisor of Elections


Silver Award

Animal Services
13th Judicial Circuit Court
Community Improvement
County Attorney
Fleet Management
Management Analysis
Property Appraiser
Purchasing/Insurance & Claims

Bronze Award

Clerk of the Circuit Court
Cooperative Extension
Health & Social Services
Library Services
Neighborhood Relations
Parks & Recreation
Public Affairs/Communications
Public Works
Water Department


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 budget amendment to appropriate $141,956 in Federal funds, decrease Required Cash Match $2, and realign $1,836,218 in the 2000 Older Americans Act Title III program budget for the period of 1/1/2000 - 12/31/00, as per amendment #1 to Standard Agreement OAA 2000-1 between Hillsborough County and the West Central Florida Area on Aging (WCFAAA), Inc. approved by the Board on May 3, 2000. Also, realign $125,690 in additional county support (acs) funds and decrease $14,000 in 2000 IIIB Project Income. No additional County funds are required.

A-2 Approve the License and Hold Harmless agreement with the Florida Avenue Baptist Church for the Department of Aging Services Senior Citizens Nutrition site at 4208 N. Florida Avenue.

Children's Services

A-3 Approve the 2000-01 agency agreement between the School Board's Department of Exceptional Student Education and Hillsborough County Department of Children's Services to provide a program for 105 exceptional student education students at the Children's Services Center (Dorothy Thomas Exceptional Center) from July 1, 2000 through June 30, 2001 at no additional cost to the County.

A-4 Approve budget amendment to accept $1,022,373 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. Further realign existing Head Start budget within current appropriations amounts.

A-5 Approve the 2000-2001 interlocal agreement with the School Board of Hillsborough County on behalf of the Department of Children's Services to provide an Educational Alternative Program for 40 dependent children at the Children's Services Center from July 1, 2000 through June 30, 2001 at no cost to the County.

A-6 Approve the second modification agreement to be entered by and with the School District of Hillsborough County, amending the existing interlocal agreement for Head Start services (PA 22) by a Cost-of-Living increase of $188,484 and a Quality Improvement increase of $253,728 granted by the Federal Department of Health and Human Services for the Interlocal agreement period of October 1, 1999 through September 30, 2000. No increase in Hillsborough County costs are associated with this.

Communications

A-7 Approve purchase in the amount of $157,500 for bronze sculpture Woman In Armchair by American artist George Segal. Further, approve agreement to display the sculpture at the Tampa Museum of Art.

A-8 Public Art Purchases.

a. Approve the purchase of artwork from various area artists in accordance with the Hillsborough County Public Art Plan.

b. Approve budget amendment appropriating $10,000 from the Public Art Countywide Reserve Account to cover the purchase of art.

Community Improvement

A-9 Approve modification of agreement with Homes for Hillsborough, Inc. to increase their funding by $110,000 for their self-help housing program in the Ruskin area.

A-10 Approve modification of agreement with The Alliance for Affordable Housing, Inc. to increase their funding by $50,000 for their barrier removal program.

A-11 Approve an Agreement with Lakewood Shores Partners, LTD in the amount of $325,000 for the development of Lakewood Shores Apartments, a 184 unit affordable multi-family rental facility, approve the Land Use Restriction Agreement, and authorize the Chairman to execute future financial documents pertaining to this project.

A-12 Approve agreement and land use restriction agreement with The Agency for Community Treatment Services (ACTS), Inc. in the amount of $175,000 for the acquisition/rehabilitation of an apartment complex in the USF area for low income person with disabilities, and authorize the Chairman to execute future financial documents related to the project.

Economic Development

A-13 First Modification to Agreement with Ybor City Chamber of Commerce dated September 16, 1999 and budget amendment.

a. Approve first modification to agreement with the Ybor City Chamber of Commerce as recommended by the Tourist Development Council, to provide $60,000 for funding the build-out costs associated with constructing a visitor information center in Ybor City.

b. Appropriate $60,000 from the 3% Tourist Development Tax Trust Fund reserve for contingency in order to provide funding for costs associated with constructing a visitor information center in Ybor City.

Fire Rescue

A-14 Approve the interlocal agreement with the City of Tampa to transfer State EMS grant funds in the amount of $102,094.65 for expanding existing EMS services.

A-15 Approve the interlocal agreement with the City of Temple Terrace to transfer State EMS grant funds in the amount of $10,746.81 for expanding existing EMS Services.

A-16 Approve an interlocal agreement with the Hillsborough County School Board for educational services for Hillsborough County Fire Rescue employees for school year 2000-2001.

A-17 Acceptance and Allocation of U.S. Department of Justice Grant Funds.

a. Accept Grant Award and the accompanying Grant Special Conditions from the U.S. Department of Justice for the procurement of specialized emergency response equipment.

b. Approve budget amendment to appropriate $50,000 in additional grant funding and realign $138,731 of existing grant funds to bring the budget in line with the actual award.

Health & Social Services

A-18 Approve the First Modification to Agreement #99-1297 with Tampa Hillsborough Action Plan, Inc., decreasing Case Management funds from $230,992 to $86,119, for the period ending June 30, 2000, for HIV+ individuals in Hillsborough County. No County funds are required.

A-19 Approve budget amendment to appropriate additional grant funds totaling $3,564 for a revised grant total of $46,852 as per agreement with the West Central Florida Area Agency on Aging, Inc. for the Emergency Home Energy Assistance for the Elderly Program (EHEAEP) during the period from April 1, 2000 through March 31, 2001, with no County funds required.

A-20 Approve budget amendment to appropriate additional grant funds totaling $226,334 for a revised grant total of $750,325 as per agreement with the Florida Department of Education for the Summer Food Service Program for Children during the period from June 12, 2000 through August 4, 2000.

A-21 Approve budget amendment to realign $222 from the County Supplement CSBG Program FY 00 to the Community Services Block Grant FY 99 in order to bring the grant into balance and close-out FY 99.

A-22 Approve the First Modification to Agreement #00-0366 with Tampa AIDS Network, Inc., under the Ryan White CARE Act, adding Mental Health Services in the amount of $24,867 for the period beginning June 1, 2000, and ending February 28, 2001, for HIV+ individuals in Hillsborough County. No County funds are required.

A-23 Approve the Agreement with The University of South Florida, under the Ryan White CARE Act, for the provision of ethnography services, reviewing the current service delivery mechanisms, including the development of a training manual for use by existing providers on how to increase access of their services by the HIV+ African American community in Hillsborough, Pinellas, Pasco, and Hernando counties in an amount not to exceed $63,724, for the period beginning May 1, 2000 and ending February 28, 2001. No County funds are required.

A-24 Approve the Agreement with the University of South Florida, Department of Pediatrics, under the Ryan White CARE Act, for the provision of Primary Medical Care, specifically for women, infants, and children, in an amount not to exceed $125,693 to HIV+ individuals in Hillsborough County, for the period beginning May 1, 2000 and ending February 28, 2001. No County funds are required.

Library Services

A-25 Approve budget amendment appropriating excess matching funds in the amount of $120,524 from the Port Tampa Library/Commerce Bank Renovation Project CIP No. 80115 Grant No. LS0052 to the Special Library Taxing District Fund and close Grant No. LS0052 in the Special Library Taxing District Project Grants Fund.

Management & Budget

A-26 Receive report on Status of Reserves for Contingencies in the Tax Funds - FY 00 as of May 17, 2000.

A-27 Approve realignment of the FY 00 Budget of the Northdale Special Dependent District.

A-28 Approve the County Administrator's request to extend the deadline for the steering committee to report back to the BOCC regarding common services until August 2000.

A-29 Approve the County Administrator's request to extend the deadline for the status report on the decision making process until August 2000.

A-30 Receive report regarding placement of proposed Hixon Road project on the County's Unfunded Capital Project List.

Parks & Recreation

A-31 Approve the interlocal agreement for the 2000 Summer Enrichment program with the City of Tampa and School Board in the amount of $130,700.

A-32 Approve the naming of the Bloomingdale West Park Community Center to the Stephanie Ann Culbertson Community Center.

Planning & Growth Management

A-33 Approve a budget amendment in the sum of $19,800 to provide for additional leased space and equipment at the NetPark Satellite Office of the Development Services Division of Planning and Growth Management.

A-34 Approve the interlocal agreement with the City of Tampa to provide funding for Transportation Management Organizations (TMOs). The period of this agreement shall continue until September 30, 2001.

Public Safety

A-35 Agreement FWC No. 99147 with the State for the Derelict Vessel Grant Removal Program, Fiscal Year 2000.

a. Approve the agreement with the State of Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission for the total amount of $5,414.75 for the Derelict Vessel Grant Removal Program.

b. Accept a reduced amount of $5,414.75 to reconcile the current budget amount of $10,000 to the actual grant award of $5,414.75.

Public Works

A-36 Montague Street (Hillsborough to Waters), CIP No. 69103 - Agreement between Hillsborough County, Hillsborough County School Board, Pistol Range Development, Inc. and Cam-B, L.L.C.

a. Approve an agreement between Hillsborough County, Hillsborough County School Board, and Cam-B, L.L.C., in a form substantially similar to that attached hereto, for the donation of right-of-way, drainage easements and slope easements for the Montague Street (Hillsborough to Waters) CIP No. 69103. The right-of-way is for that portion of Montague Street between Hillsborough Avenue and Old Memorial Highway.

b. Approve the termination of Pistol Range Road immediately south of Old Memorial Highway to vehicular traffic, with access for pedestrians, bicyclists and other users of the greenway trail which will follow the alignment of Montague Street.

A-37 Approve change order number two (2) to the contract with Kimmins Contracting Corp. for the Work Order Construction Services (WORCS) for Stormwater Projects increasing the Article 21 Allowance from $200,000 to $300,000. The total contract amount remains $2,142,319.50. The Stormwater (WORCS) item will be decreased by the $100,000. Further, request the Board of County Commissioners to waive their policy requirement that says allowance work cannot exceed ten percent (10%).

A-38 Approve the second modification to the agreement with Environmental Research & Design, Inc. for professional services to add one whole lake treatment to the scope of work for the East Lake Stormwater Restoration Project, C.I.P. No. 41030, and add $13,025 to the current cost for a new total upper cap of $214,166.

A-39 Reduce current grant appropriations by $36,000 in accordance with the March 15, 2000 approved cooperative funding grant agreement with the Southwest Florida Water Management District to continue work on the Hillsborough Lake Atlas Project for FY 2000. This action returns $18,000 of County funding to the Stormwater Management Fund.

A-40 Approve Change Order No. One (1) Final to the contract with APAC - Florida, Inc. for the execution of the Countywide Road Resurfacing Program, FY 99 (Renewed) Area IV, decreasing the contract amount by $3,448.13 (for a new contract total of $996,551.87) with no change to contract time.

A-41 Authorize the Chairman to execute an agreement to purchase a drainage easement from Star 101 Development, Inc., for $968,000, which will provide the County storage capacity for flood relief in the Sanson Park vicinity.

Purchasing

A-42 File No. SP-017-00, Declare surplus and authorize the donation of 98 items of miscellaneous computer equipment to the Hillsborough Educational Partnership Foundation Inc. as authorized by Section 274.05 Florida Statutes. The computer equipment (recorded property) has been declared obsolete by ITS and has no further value to the County. Further, authorize the Clerk-Board of County Commissioners to remove recorded property from the inventory asset record.

A-43 File No. SP-018 -00, Sale of Surplus Vehicles and Miscellaneous Equipment - Fleet Management - Declare as surplus and authorize disposal of tangible personal property consisting of 115 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-44 Bid No. C-125-98, Commercial Solid Waste Collection Service for County Facilities - Various Department - Approve early renewal of contract with East Bay Sanitation Service, Inc., for Bid No.C-125-98, Commercial Solid Waste Collection Service for County Facilities, for a two year period beginning July 1, 2000 and ending June 30, 2002, at the same terms and conditions, as modified, in the amount of $628,663.28.

A-45 Bid No. C-224-98, Repair and Upgrade Services for Computer Workstations and Peripherals - Approve renewal of contract with Ikon Office Solutions Technology Services for Bid No.C-224-98, Repair and Upgrade Services for Computer Workstations and Peripherals, for a one year period beginning July 6, 2000 and ending July 5, 2001, at the same terms and conditions, in the amount of $295,575.00.

A-46 RFQ C-252-98 Novation Agreement for Insurance Agent/Broker Selection for Property/Casualty Insurance Program Marketing and Purchase of Insurance - Insurance & Claims Management Division - Approve novation agreement effective immediately upon execution, for RFQ C-252-98, Insurance Agent/Broker Selection for Property/Casualty Insurance Program Marketing and Purchase of Insurance, to Marsh USA, Inc., (Marsh), the successor corporation in interest to Sedgwick of Florida, Inc., (Sedgwick), which was originally awarded the contract pursuant to this RFQ.

A-47 Bid No. C-298-96, Payment to G.A. Food Services, Senior Citizens Nutrition and Activity Program Meal Catering - Aging Services Department - Authorize the payment to G.A. Food Services in the amount of $27,033.11 for C-298-96, Senior Citizens Nutrition and Activity Program (SCNAP) for the Aging Services Department for the period of March 13, 1999 through March 12, 2000.

A-48 Bid No. C-497-97, Utility Payment Processing Services - Water Department - Approve renewal of contract with Intuition Systems, Inc., for Bid No. C-497-97, Utility Payment Processing Services for Water Department, for a one-year period beginning July 1, 2000 and ending June 30, 2001, at the same terms and conditions, in the amount of $87,622.

A-49 Bid C-512-97, Provision of Respite Services for Functionally Impaired Eligible Senior Citizens of Hillsborough County - Aging Services Department - Approve the Fourth Modification Agreement to existing contract with Tampa Bay Health Services, Inc. D/b/a TGC Home Care, Inc. for Bid No. C-512-97, Provision of Respite Services for the Aging Services Department, Community Care for the Elderly Program, increasing the total contract value from $244,200 to $343,491.56 for an increase of $99,291.56 for the contract period July 1, 1999 through June 30, 2000. Additionally, approve the first of three 30-day unilateral extensions at the same terms and conditions in accordance with Article 20 of the contract in a not to exceed amount of $58,270.59 for the period July 1, 2000 through July 31, 2000. Further authorize the Director of Purchasing to exercise the remaining two unilateral extensions if needed at an amount not to exceed $58,270.59 per month.

A-50 Bid C-513-97, Provision of Homemaker Services for Functionally Impaired Eligible Senior Citizens of Hillsborough County - Aging Services Department - Approve the Third Modification Agreement to existing contract with Tampa Bay Health Services, Inc. D/b/a TGC Home Care, Inc., for Bid No. C-513-97 Provision of Homemaker Services for the Aging Services Department, Community Care for the Elderly Program, increasing the total contract value from $233,700 to $252,626.42 for an increase of $18,926.42, for the contract period July 1, 1999 through June 30, 2000. Also approve the first of three 30-day unilateral extension at the same terms and conditions in accordance with Article 20 of the contract in a not to exceed amount of $34,925.92 for the period July 1, 2000 through July 31, 2000. Further authorize the Director of Purchasing to exercise the remaining two unilateral extensions if needed at an amount not to exceed $34,925.92 per month.

A-51 Bid No. P-529-97, Renewal of Purchase Agreement for Rental of Uniforms - Fleet Management Department - Approve a renewal of the Purchase Agreement for Rental of Uniforms for the Fleet Management Department with the same prices, terms, and conditions to Unifirst Corporation, Tampa, Florida, for the estimated amount of $35,685. This renewal is for the period beginning July 1, 2000 and ending June 30, 2002. This is a Hillsborough County Governmental Purchasing Council Bid.

A-52 Bid No. C-576-99, CIP No. Various, Pipeline Construction (Water/Wastewater) Work Order Construction Services (WORCS-6) Contract A - Water Department - Approve renewal of the Pipeline Construction (Water/Wastewater) Work Order Construction Services (WORCS-6) Contract A, Bid No. C-576-99, with Sunrise Utility Construction for an additional one (1) year period or a maximum amount of $1,500,000, as explained in the background.

A-53 Bid No. S-594-99, Court Reporting Services - Planning and Growth Management Department - Approve renewal of contract with The Reporters Group, Inc., for Bid No.S-594-99, Court Reporting Services for Planning and Growth Management, for a one year period beginning June 21, 2000 and ending June 20, 2001, at the same terms and conditions, in the amount of $40,124.50.

A-54 File No. T-715-99, Guaranteed Toll Accounts with the State of Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) - Approve a modification to the existing agreement with the State of Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) which increases the contract amount by $75,000 from $75,000 to $150,000.

A-55 Bid No. C-709-99, CIP No. 88814 - Change Order No. 1, South Mobley Regional Park - Parks & Recreation - Approve Change Order No. 1 to the contract with David Nelson Construction Company decreasing the contract amount $90,000. The contract completion date will remain the same.

A-56 Bid No. P-801-00; Purchase of three 97 Cubic Yard and Two 85 Cubic Yard Refuse Trailers - Solid Waste Department - Reject all bids for Bid No. P-801-00, Purchase of Three 97 Cubic Yard and Two 85 Cubic Yard Refuse Trailers for the Fleet Management and Solid Waste Departments for reasons stated in the background.

A-57 RFQ S-854-00 Workforce Investment Act One-Stop Operator - Economic Development Department -Approve the selection of and authorize the Contract with Goodwill Industries-Suncoast, Inc., for a 1-year period from the effective date of the County's Notice to Proceed in an annual amount not to exceed $119,037.76 for the first contract year and $113,988.76 per year for renewal years. At the sole option of the County, this Contract may be extended for up to two additional 1-year periods at the same terms and conditions. No County funds are required.

A-58 Bid No. C-860-00, CIP NO. 79014 and 91000, Brandon Firehouse Renovation - Real Estate Department - Award Bid No. C-860-00, Brandon Firehouse Renovation, to the low bidder meeting specifications, Metropolitan Construction, Inc., for the amount of $554,285, which includes the acceptance of Alternate 3 and Alternate 4.

A-59 Bid No. C-867-00, CIP No. N/A, Wastewater Treatment Plant (WWTP) and Water Treatment Plant (WTP) Demolitions and Modifications - Water Department - Award Bid No. C-867-00, Wastewater Treatment Plant (WWTP) and Water Treatment Plant (WTP) Demolitions and Modifications, to the low bidder meeting specifications, National Environmental Services Corp., Inc. for the amount of $355,187.30, which includes the acceptance of Alternate 1.

A-60 File No. P-895-00, Sole Source Agreement for Purchase of Professional Services for Software Support and Software License Agreement with Hansen Information Technologies - Public Works Department

a. Approve the sole source agreement with Hansen Information Technologies in the amount not to exceed $358,998.75 for software support and professional services for the Public Works Department for a three-year period commencing with the date of the Notice to Proceed.

b. Authorize the Board chairman to execute the Software License Agreement (no cost).

A-61 RPS S-899-00, Professional Services for Miscellaneous Stormwater & Environmental Services - Public Works Department - Select the nine top-ranked firms for Miscellaneous Stormwater & Environmental Services, from the following lists of firms, deemed to be the most highly qualified to perform the required services.

1. Owens Ayres & Associates, Inc. 6. Dames & Moore
2. Post Buckley Schuh & Jernigan 7. Reynolds, Smith and Hills Inc.
3. Barryman Henigar 8. Michael Baker Jr., Inc.
4. Kisinger-Campo & Associates Corporation 9. URS Greiner Woodard Clyde
5. Environmental Research & Design, Inc.

Also approve the Professional Services Agreements which have resulted from negotiations with the above nine listed firms for the performance of the required services for the identified projects as provided in the Consultants' Competitive Negotiation Act (CCNA), Section 287.055, Florida Statutes.

A-62 Bid No. C-906-00, CIP No. Various, Miscellaneous Facilities Construction (SBE Set-Aside Project) - Real Estate Department - Award Bid No. C-906-00, Miscellaneous Facilities Construction (SBE Set-Aside Project), to the three qualified low bidders meeting specifications, 1) George G. Solar & Co. Inc., 2) Phoenix Home Builders, Inc., 3) Energy Service3s and Products Corporation, each for an amount not to exceed $200,000.

A-63 Bid No. P-916-00, Purchase of Occupancy Sensors and Power Packs - Real Estate Department - Reject all bids for Bid No. P-916-00, Purchase of Occupancy Sensors and Power Packs for the Real Estate Department for reasons stated in the background.

A-64 Bid No. S-934-00, Installation and Relocation Services for Computer Workstations and Peripherals - Information and Technology Services - Award Bid #S-934-00, Installation and Relocation Services for Computer Workstations and Peripherals for Information and Technology Services to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder, Entex IT Service, a Siemens Company, (formerly Entex Information Services, Inc.), for a one year period from the effective date of the County's Notice to Proceed with two additional one year renewals, at the sole option of the County. The annual "not to exceed" amount is $107,025. Additionally, reject the bid submitted by Computer Consultants of America, Inc. for the reasons outlined in the background section. This bid is also available to the Hillsborough County Governmental Purchasing Council.

A-65 RPS S-936-00, Professional Services for Miscellaneous Architectural Services - Public Works Department - Select the following five top-ranked firms ranked in order and deemed to be the most highly qualified to perform the required services for Miscellaneous Architectural Services:

1. Woodroffe Corporation,
2. Heery International,
3. Fleischman Garcia Architects and Planners,
4. Pierce Goodwin, Alexander & Linville,
5. URS Greiner Woodward Clyde.
Further request Board to authorize staff to negotiate with the selected firms and, if necessary, with additional firms as provided in the Consultants' Competitive Negotiation Act (CCNA), Section 287.055, Florida Statutes.

A-66 Bid No. T-939-00, Preventative Monthly Maintenance on Centrifugal Chillers Located in the County Center Building and the County Courthouse for a Two-Year Period - Facilities Management Department - Award Bid No. T-939-00 Preventative Monthly Maintenance on Centrifugal Chillers Located in the County Center Building and the County Courthouse for A Two Year Period to the low responsive and responsible bidder(s) meeting specifications; York International, Tampa, Fl in the amount of $30,000 and Tampa Bay Systems Sales d/b/a Tampa Bay Trane, Tampa, Fl in the amount of $14,070 for a total combined award of $44,070.

A-67 File No. T-958-00, Sole Source Purchase of Ford Tractor and Mower Replacement Parts and Labor for a Five-Year Period - Fleet Management Department - Approve File No. T-958-00, Sole Source Purchase of Ford Tractor and Mower Replacement Parts and Labor for A Five Year Period with Landig Tractor Co., Inc., Tampa, FL an amount not to exceed $500,000. This purchase agreement is available to the Hillsborough County Governmental Purchasing Council.

A-68 File No. T-966-00, Sole Source Agreement for Preventative Maintenance of Biomedical Equipment for a Four-Year Period - Fire Rescue Department.

a. Approve File No. T-966-00, sole source agreement for preventative maintenance of biomedical equipment for a four year period with Medtronic Physio-Control, Redmond, WA in an amount not to exceed $177,426.

b. Authorize Chairman to execute preventative maintenance agreement.

A-69 S-1006-00, Janitorial Services With Respect of Florida - Facilities Management - Approve contract for janitorial services for Facilities Management Division with Florida Association of Rehabilitation Facilities, Inc. (registered service mark RESPECT of Florida) in an amount not to exceed $341,689.02 per year for a two year period beginning on the effective date of the County's Notice to Proceed. Additionally, approve inclusion of an escalation clause for the second year of the contract.

A-70 Payment of Auto Liability Claims - Authorize the Insurance and Claims Division to settle the bodily injury portion of claim #HC90093AL, for $20,000.

Real Estate

A-71 Approve a First Amendment of Lease Agreement with the Dover Civic Club, Inc., to provide a two (2) year extension of the lease for a building located at 3177 Dover Road, in Dover, which is used by the Sheriff's Office as a community station. The building is leased rent free. The Sheriff pays for maintenance and operating expenses.

A-72 Approve a one (1) year sublease with the State of Florida Department of Children and Families for space in the James T. Hargrett Building at 2002 East 26th Avenue, in Tampa, for use by the Economic Development Department (Employment & Training Division). The monthly rent for the 675 square feet of space will be $865.69 per month, which equates to $15.39/square foot.

A-73 Adopt a resolution declaring the Greenbay Water Plant site as surplus and authorize transfer of the property to the Stormwater Management Section of the Public Works Department, for the amount of $3,000.

A-74 Accept the conveyance of a perpetual utility easement being granted by Tom Boyer for the purpose of providing access to a backflow preventor facility to be located on Casey Road Professional Office Park at the intersection of Casey Road and Ehrlich Road.

A-75 Accept a perpetual drainage easement being donated by M/I Schottenstein Homes, Inc. for the purpose of providing drainage services to the Hickory Lakes Phase 2 Subdivision.

A-76 Approve the agreement and authorize processing and acceptance of the instruments of conveyance from Jimmy S. and Jean A. Rosado, in the amount of $2,000 for road right of way for the Old Sawmill Road at Williams Road project. (CIT 69302).

A-77 Accept a drainage easement by donation from Caloosa Golf and Country Club, Inc., for the Caloosa Golf Course drainage improvement project (CIP 47096).

A-78 Accept drainage easements by donation from Caloosa Golf and Country Club, Inc., for the Sun City Center Phase 2 drainage improvement project (CIP 47268).

A-79 Pursuant to Section 125.37 Florida Statues, approve a resolution authorizing the exchange of real property between Hillsborough County and Gordon McBride. The exchange provides for the acquisition of .47 acres of land for additional right of way adjacent to a tributary canal of the Delaney Creek system. Authorize the execution, processing and acceptance of the necessary instruments of conveyance.

A-80 Accept the donation of a perpetual utility easement with the rights of ingress and egress from Storage World Property No. 1, L.P., for the purpose of providing service and maintenance to a water meter and backflow preventer located on their property along U.S. 301 (S.R. 43).

A-81 Accept a warranty deed from FL Tampa West, Inc., for the donation and maintenance thereof, of that certain roadway, platted as Corkwood Drive, Tract A?9, per the plat of Westwood Lakes Phase "2A" Unit 1, less median tracts M?1, M?2 and M?3.

A-82 Accept the donation of a perpetual utility easement with rights of ingress and egress from Fairfield Double Branch Limited Partnership, for the purpose of providing service and maintenance to a backflow preventor. The subject property is located south of Hillsborough Avenue and west of Double Branch Road.

A-83 Approve a purchase agreement and authorize processing and acceptance of the instruments of conveyance in the amount of $8,000 from T.D. McRae for right of way at the intersection of 131st Avenue and 22nd Street (CIP 63024).

A-84 Execute a utility and access easement for Chapman Contracting Company to permit the construction of a waterline on the north boundary of the Falkenburg Road property.

A-85 Approve a Fifth Amendment Agreement with Florida West Group, Inc., in order to provide a five (5) year extension of the Sobik's sandwich shop lease in County Center. The rent for the first year will be $2,349.17 per month, which equates to $10 per square foot. The rent increases 50 cents per square foot per year for the remainder of the term. The lessee will also be responsible for a common area maintenance charge of $296 per month, which equates to $1.26 per square foot. The lessee will also transfer ownership of the equipment within the premises to the County in lieu of deferred rent. In addition, approve a one day closure of the sandwich shop on Monday, July 3, 2000 which will allow the owners to attend an out of state family function and will allow their employees to have a long holiday weekend. As this date falls between a weekend and a holiday, it is anticipated that business would be light due to many County employees also taking the day off for a long holiday weekend.

A-86 Exchange of County Owned Real Property - Upper Tampa Bay Trail - Phase I

a. Conceptually approve an exchange of real property with Circuit City that will provide additional right of way required for Upper Tampa Gay Trail improvements. The properties are located south of Gunn Highway and east of Citrus Park Lane. Circuit City has an active petition to rezone their property and has requested that the portion of County property to be acquired by Circuit City be rezoned as part of that petition.

b. Authorize the Real Estate Department to negotiate an Exchange Agreement subject to rezoning.

c. Authorize the Director of the Real Estate Department to sign a rezoning application as owner of a portion of the petitioned property.

A-87 Appropriate excess revenue in ELAP Program received from State of Florida in joint funding of ELAPP Acquisitions.

A-88 Approve a second amendment to lease agreement with H.H.P. No. II, Inc., in order to provide a one (1) year extension of the lease for 5,426 square feet of space occupied by the Tax Collector's auto tag office at 9340 North Florida Avenue, in Tampa. The rent will increase 2%, to $4,612.10 per month, which equates to $10.20 per square foot.

A-89 Authorize the expenditure of up to $12,000 for the payment of back taxes to acquire land via a tax deed to resolve an encroachment problem involving County property in the Bloomingdale area.

Solid Waste

A-90 Approve and execute the Pipeline Siting and Landfill Mitigation Agreement, with Florida Gas Transmission Company (FGT) which specifically provides each party's responsibilities as it relates to the construction of the natural gas transmission pipeline and the planned remedial activities at the Pleasant Grove Landfill site.

Water Department

A-91 Approve Change Order No. One to the term contract with Sunrise Utility Construction, for water/wastewater pipeline construction, increasing the total contract amount from $1,500,000 to $1,520,150, an increase of $20,150 with no increase in contract time, as indicated in the background.

A-92 Approve the proposed "Interlocal Joint-Project Agreement for Construction of County Reclaimed Water Transmission Main" between Tampa Bay Water and Hillsborough County, authorizing the Authority to construct approximately one mile of the County's proposed 24-inch reclaimed water line interconnecting the County's Falkenburg and South County treatment plants, in conjunction with the Authority's construction of its proposed 72-inch raw water supply line interconnecting south and central Hillsborough County, at a cost to the County of not more than $880,000.

***County Attorney***

A-93 Approve recommendation of the County Attorney's Office that the Satisfaction of Claim of Liens be accepted and executed by the Board of County Commissioners for the following 7 items listed in the backup material for which payment has been made.

A-94 Approve the settlement stipulation in the case of Hillsborough County vs. Tampa Scrap Processors, Inc.; Case No. 98-667, Division B which requires Tampa Scrap Processors, Inc. to pay the County $30,000 over a period of time to compensate the County for failing to properly pay for the County's scrap metal and white goods collected by Tampa Scrap Processors, Inc.

A-95 Approve the Mediated Settlement Agreement, Drainage & Sidewalk Easement and General Release between the County, the Florida Turnpike District and Hollie Carter in the combined total amounts of $45,000 (cash) and $35,000 (drainage improvement services), and authorize the County to pay or incur only one-half of the combined total cost, $40,000, with the Florida Turnpike District paying the remaining one-half, pursuant to the terms of the Mediated Settlement Agreement.

***Other Offices***

Clerk of the Circuit Court

A-96 Receipt of Official Board Records (reports to be filed in Board Records upon receipt into official records).

a. Carrollwood Recreation District, an independent special district, audited general purpose financial statements and the annual local government financial report for fiscal year ended September 30, 1999, pursuant to Florida Statute 189.418.

b. Hillsborough County investment information as of April 30, 2000.

c. County Audit Report 86A, G. A. Food Service of Pinellas County, Incorporated, Contract Compliance Audit, Clerk of Circuit Court Addendum.

A-97 Approve satisfaction of claims covering payment of costs for guardianship cases as listed in agenda backup.

A-98 Approve deletion of capital equipment items from County inventory by various departments, as indicated in agenda backup.

A-99 Approve increase in petty cash fund from $100 to $200 for the Public Works Department, Mosquito Control Unit.

A-100 Approve warrants and direct deposits issued under dates of May 30 through June 5, 2000.

A-101 Ratify preapproval to release warrants and direct deposits issued under dates of May 23?29, 2000.

A-102 Approve minutes:

Regular Meeting April 19, 2000
Special Meeting/Tampa General Hospital April 26, 2000
Regular Meeting May 3, 2000
Public Hearing/Land Development Code Text Amendment May 4, 2000
Land Use May 9, 2000
Joint Meeting with Citizens Advisory Committee May 10, 2000

Environmental Protection Commission

A-103 Approve the decrease of $85,843 from original budgeted amount in the State Program of Petroleum Site Management (EP0474) FY 99 within the Environmental Protection Commission. No County funds involved.

A-104 Approve the decrease of $162,231 of residual balance from prior year in the State Program Petroleum Site Management FY 00 (EP2003) within the Environmental Protection Commission. No County funds are required.

Hillsborough County Sheriff's Office

A-105 Accept Sheriff's request for waiver of jail construction funds programmed for public art at the Falkenburg Road Jail, expansion phases IV and V.

Property Appraiser

A-106 Approve budget amendment to realign $105,148 from funds budgeted for reappropriation and appropriate $3,877 from three separate reserves in various other funds in order to increase the FY 00 Property Appraiser's budget to a new total of $8,313,477.

Tax Collector Office

A-107 Approve resolution canceling ad valorem and non-ad valorem taxes on government owned property in Hillsborough County, pursuant to Florida Statutes, Chapter 196.

B. REGULAR AGENDA

Capital Program Administration

B-1 No Fee Zones.

a. Receive staff's report on input obtained to link the No Fee Zone provision to community plans.

b. Approve staff's recommendation to reduce the Gibsonton No Fee Zone boundary.

c. Direct the County Attorney's Office to schedule a public hearing on June 20, 2000 to amend the Gibsonton No Fee Zone boundary and to adopt the USF Area No Fee Zone.

B-2 Payment of Impact Fees for The Children's Home.

a. Determine that construction of an office/meeting building for The Children's Home is new growth and subject to the assessment of impact fees.

b. Declare payment of impact fees on behalf of applicant as a public purpose.

c. Consistent with the Board of County Commissioner's previous actions regarding other private non-profit organizations that are secular, non-sectarian and provide a public purpose, appropriate by super majority vote, in accordance with BOCC Policy 03.02.05.00, $7,737 from the General Fund Reserve for Contingency for the payment of impact fees.

County Administrator's Office

B-3 Receive report and consider recommendations of Agenda Process Review Committee for change to structure of BOCC meetings and Agenda Process.

B-4 (10:30 a.m. time certain) Recommended Budget for FY 2001 to be presented during meeting.

Economic Development

B-5 (10:45 a.m. time certain) Accept and appropriate $6,000,000 in grant funds from the United States, Department of Labor Employment and Training Administration for the Hillsborough County Workforce Board. Approve two limited duration positions. These funds will support the operation of the Youth Opportunity Grant from 03/20/00 through 03/20/01. No County funds need be appropriated.

B-6 Approve the agreement between Hillsborough County, as fiscal agent and administrative entity for the Hillsborough County Workforce Board, and the Tampa Metropolitan Area YMCA, Inc. for the provision of Youth Opportunity Initiative Grant Services for eligible participants for the period of March 20, 2000 through March 19, 2001, with four - 1 year options to renew, in a maximum annual contract amount not to exceed $5,800,000. No County funds are required.

Management & Budget

B-7 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.

Planning & Growth Management

B-8 Revised Fee Schedule for Planning & Growth Management.

a. Adopt the resolution approving the revised fee schedule, effective July 1, 2000, except as noted.

b. Pursuant to BOCC Policy 03.02.02.09 adopt the attached BOCC policy establishing a revised fee schedule for the Planning & Growth Management Department.

c. Authorize two additional positions in the Planning & Growth Management Department to accommodate the new notice and posting functions.

Real Estate

B-9 (4:30 p.m. time certain) Approve a new Board Policy regarding the use of Less than Fee acquisition techniques through the County's Environmental Lands Acquisition and Protection Program (ELAPP).

Water Department

B-10 Adopt resolution replacing Resolution No. R97-179 that includes utility bill adjustment authority for unexplained high water usage as well as adjustments for high usage resulting from customer plumbing leaks.

Water Resources Team

B-11 Present a formal recommendation to the US EPA to prepare a scope of work for the Tampa Bay Reservoir EIS that includes, at a minimum, the following elements:

a. Viable alternatives to the proposed action.
b. Impacts to protected wetlands.
c. Effects from inter-basin transfer of waters.
d. Short and long term impacts on the Aquatic Ecosystem from any incremental withdrawals of water resources attributable to reservoir operations.
e. Impact on threatened and endangered species.
f. Impacts of salinity changes on aquatic organisms, sport and commercial fisheries.
g. Impacts on the human community.
h. Project risk analysis.

***County Attorney***

B-12 (3:00 p.m. time certain) Consider requesting the County Attorney to draft an ordinance to regulate the distribution of handbill and flyer distribution at hotels located in unincorporated Hillsborough County, and schedule the ordinance for a public hearing.

B-13 Consider retaining the services of one of the attorneys shown in the written agenda material to review the constitutionality of recent legislation concerning Tampa General Hospital (HB 509 & HB 591).

***Other Offices***

Clerk of the Circuit Court

B-14 (11:30 a.m. time certain) Accept County Audit Report 86, G. A. Food Service of Pinellas County, Incorporated, Contract Compliance Audit (to be filed in Board Records upon receipt into official records).

C. PUBLIC HEARING

C-1 (4:00 p.m. time certain) Conduct a public workshop to review the proposed Action Plan for FY 2000-2001. The Action Plan consolidates funding applications for CDBG, HOME and ESG funds from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD).

C-2 (2:30 p.m. time certain) Consider whether to initiate binding arbitration concerning the Tampa Bay Water project involving changes to facility quantity table for wellfield operations (in accordance with interlocal agreement relating to policy for public involvement).

C-3 (5:30 p.m. time certain) Adopt the proposed FY 2000 Rate Resolution with the continued implementation of the rate structure and rate phase-in previously approved by the Board with the adoption of the FY 97 Rate Resolution; with the proposed adjustments in capacity fees, and reclaimed water rebates, with proposed adjustments in metered reclaimed water charges, with proposed adjustments in bulk water and wastewater service charges, and with proposed adjustments in high strength waste surcharges.

D. SCHEDULED APPEARANCES

D-1 (11:00 a.m. time certain) Appearance by Mr. Tom Morrison, Counsel for the Hillsborough County Industrial Development Authority, concerning an application for $24 million Tax-Exempt Bond (IDA) Financing from the Tampa Metropolitan Area YMCA.

D-2 (3:15 p.m. time certain) Appearance by Sharon Dent, Executive Director of HARTline, regarding enhanced funding level for HARTline in next year's budget.

D-3 (3:30 p.m. time certain) Appearance by Parks & Recreation Advisory Board members regarding PR 2000 - "A Bright Future", the strategic vision of the Hillsborough County Parks and Recreation Department. (Staff recommends consideration in the FY 2002 budget.)

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 from Mayor Fran Barford, Chairperson of the H. C. Transportation Disadvantaged Coordinating Board, referencing the MPO's annual evaluation of the Transportation Disadvantaged Program. (Staff recommends transmittal of response advising of action previously taken by the BOCC.)

E-4 (3:45 p.m. time certain) Correspondence from Ross Alander, Human Relations Board, advising of their unanimous vote to request the BOCC include prohibition against discrimination because of sexual orientation in the H. C. Human Rights Ordinance. (Staff recommends the Board receive and file.)

E-5 Correspondence from Carolyn Collins, Florida A & M University Alumni Association, advising the Legislature has allocated budgetary funds for two law schools in the state. The BOCC's support is requested in returning the Florida A & M University Law School and in securing both land and building for Law School to be in Tampa. (Staff recommends the BOCC direct the Economic Development Department to work with City of Tampa.)

E-6 Correspondence from Jed Pittman, Clerk to the Board, Pasco County, with attached Resolution 00-201 requesting Hillsborough County to cancel taxes on property described in Exhibit "A" which will be utilized in connection with providing road right-of-way for the County Line Road South project. (Staff recommends referral to Public Works Department for further review and recommendation back to the BOCC on June 20.)

Commissioner Norman

E-7 Update concerning the Morris Bridge Sinkhole.

Commissioner Storms

E-8 (1:30 - 2:30 p.m. time certain) Discussion regarding the Library Board's recommendation on the Internet in the public library system.

F. STAFF REPORTS

County Administrator's Office

F-1 Report on Governor Bush's vetos on legislation.

F-2 Receive verbal report on Tampa General Hospital.

Water Department

F-3 Monthly update on water conditions.

F-4 Status of Hillsborough County water supply and reclaimed water program.

LIST OF ITEMS SCHEDULED FOR TIME CERTAIN:

10:30 a.m. B-4 Recommended Budget for FY 2001 to be presented during meeting.

10:45 a.m. B-5 Accept and appropriate $6,000,000 in grant funds from the United States, Department of Labor Employment and Training Administration for the Hillsborough County Workforce Board. Approve two limited duration positions. These funds will support the operation of the Youth Opportunity Grant from 03/20/00 through 03/20/01. No County funds need be appropriated.

11:00 a.m. D-1 Appearance by Mr. Tom Morrison, Counsel for the Hillsborough County Industrial Development Authority, concerning an application for $24 million Tax-Exempt Bond (IDA) Financing from the Tampa Metropolitan Area YMCA.

11:15 a.m. Consent Items

11:30 a.m. B-14 Accept County Audit Report 86, G. A. Food Service of Pinellas County, Incorporated, Contract Compliance Audit (to be filed in Board Records upon receipt into official records).

11:45 a.m. Lunch Recess

1:30 - 2:30 p.m. E-8 Discussion regarding the Library Board's recommendation on the Internet in the public library system.

2:30 p.m. C-2 Consider whether to initiate binding arbitration concerning the Tampa Bay Water project involving changes to facility quantity table for wellfield operations (in accordance with interlocal agreement relating to policy for public involvement).

2:45 p.m. EPC meeting to be held to take action on C-2.

3:00 p.m. B-12 Consider requesting the County Attorney to draft an ordinance to regulate the distribution of handbill and flyer distribution at hotels located in unincorporated Hillsborough County, and schedule the ordinance for a public hearing.

3:15 p.m. D-2 Appearance by Sharon Dent, Executive Director of HARTline regarding enhanced funding level for HARTline in next year's budget.

3:30 p.m. D-3 Appearance by Parks & Recreation Advisory Board members regarding PR 2000 - "A Bright Future", the strategic vision of the Hillsborough County Parks and Recreation Department. (Staff recommends consideration in the FY 2002 budget.)

3:45 p.m. E-4 Correspondence from Ross Alander, Human Relations Board, advising of their unanimous vote to request the BOCC include prohibition against discrimination because of sexual orientation in the H. C. Human Rights Ordinance. Staff recommends the Board receive and file.

4:00 p.m. C-1 Conduct a public workshop on June 7, 2000 at 4:00 p.m. to review the proposed Action Plan for FY 2000-2001. The Action Plan consolidates funding applications for CDBG, HOME and ESG funds from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD).

4:30 p.m. B-9 Approve a new Board Policy regarding the use of Less than Fee acquisition techniques through the County's Environmental Lands Acquisition and Protection Program (ELAPP).

5:30 p.m. C-3 Adopt the proposed FY 2000 Rate Resolution with the continued implementation of the rate structure and rate phase-in previously approved by the Board with the adoption of the FY 97 Rate Resolution; with the proposed adjustments in capacity fees, and reclaimed water rebates, with proposed adjustments in metered reclaimed water charges, with proposed adjustments in bulk water and wastewater service charges, and with proposed adjustments in high strength waste surcharges.

ADDENDUM TO JUNE 7, 2000, AGENDA

OFF-THE-AGENDA ITEMS:

B-15 a. Cost effective fleet replacement practice. (BRC #00039)

b. Improvement of the Administrative Referral System and communications with citizens. (BRC #00052)

c. Continually improvement of contracting process. (BRC #00053).

d. Purchasing contracts negotiated by other government entities should be incorporated into Hillsborough County's purchasing process. (BRC #00054)

e. The Department of Planning and Growth Management's fees have been reviewed and action recommendations are scheduled on the BOCC agenda. (BRC #00062)

f. Streamlining of development permitting process by using pre-qualified professionals as an alternative to the normal review process to make it more citizen friendly. (BRC #00078)

g. Using licensed contractors, professional architects and engineers for certification of plans and permit applications. (BRC #00079)

h. Consideration should be given to a pilot project on area wide zoning and other ways to reduce the cost of growth management regulation. (BRC #00082)

i. Work Order Construction Services (WORCS) has and will continue to be used in applicable areas. (BRC #00086)

j. Amendment of Chapter 409, Florida Statutes, should be requested to allow the state to fund more direct services for in-home care. (BRC #00088)

k. Consider changes to state law and amending local ordinances to consolidate select independent authorities under the BOCC. (BRC #00089)

l. Make Regentrification of Urban Blight a Core Priority. (BRC #00111)

E-9 Board Policy on Gifts for Visiting Dignitaries. (Comm. Frank)

E-10 The recent Supreme Court decision regarding impact fees. (Comm. Storms)

E-11 G. Pierce Wood Hospital closing. (Comm. Frank)

DEFERRALS/DELETIONS:

A-89 Authorize the expenditure of up to $12,000 for the payment of back taxes to acquire land via a tax deed to resolve an encroachment problem involving County property in the Bloomingdale area. (Delete from agenda.)

B-7 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. (Defer until 6/20/00.)

B-8 Revised Fee Schedule for Planning & Growth Management. (Defer until 7/12/00.)

a. Adopt the resolution approving the revised fee schedule, effective July 1, 2000, except as noted.

b. Pursuant to BOCC Policy 03.02.02.09 adopt the attached BOCC policy establishing a revised fee schedule for the Planning & Growth Management Department.

c. Authorize two additional positions in the Planning & Growth Management Department to accommodate the new notice and posting functions.

CORRECTIONS TO AGENDA:

A-86 Correct agenda item to read: Exchange of County Owned Real Property -Upper Tampa Bay Trail improvements.

E-5 Correspondence from Carolyn Collins, Florida A & M University Alumni Association, advising the Legislature has allocated budgetary funds for two law schools in the state. The BOCC's support is requested in returning the Florida A & M University Law School and in securing both land and building for Law School to be in Tampa. (Staff recommends the BOCC direct the Economic Development Department to work with City of Tampa.) Correct agenda to reflect as Commissioner Scott's item.

ITEMS REMOVED FROM CONSENT FOR DISCUSSION/QUESTIONS:

A-47 Bid No. C-298-96, Payment to G.A. Food Services, Senior Citizens Nutrition and Activity Program Meal Catering - Aging Services Department - Authorize the payment to G.A. Food Services in the amount of $27,033.11 for C-298-96, Senior Citizens Nutrition and Activity Program (SCNAP) for the Aging Services Department for the period of March 13, 1999 through March 12, 2000. (To be heard in conjunction with B-14 at 11:30)

A-83 Approve a purchase agreement and authorize processing and acceptance of the instruments of conveyance in the amount of $8,000 from T.D. McRae for right of way at the intersection of 131st Avenue and 22nd Street (CIP 63024). (Comm. Platt)

A-85 Approve a Fifth Amendment Agreement with Florida West Group, Inc., in order to provide a five (5) year extension of the Sobik's sandwich shop lease in County Center. (Comm. Platt)

A-86 Exchange of County Owned Real Property - Upper Tampa Bay Trail - Phase I. (Comm. Platt)

a. Conceptually approve an exchange of real property with Circuit City that will provide additional right of way required for Upper Tampa Bay Trail improvements. The properties are located south of Gunn Highway and east of Citrus Park Lane. Circuit City has an active petition to rezone their property and has requested that the portion of County property to be acquired by Circuit City be rezoned as part of that petition.

b. Authorize the Real Estate Department to negotiate an Exchange Agreement subject to rezoning.

c. Authorize the Director of the Real Estate Department to sign a rezoning application as owner of a portion of the petitioned property.

LIST OF ITEMS SCHEDULED FOR A TIME CERTAIN:

10:30 a.m. B-4 Recommended Budget for FY 2001 to be presented during meeting.

10:45 a.m. B-5 Accept and appropriate $6,000,000 in grant funds from the United States, Department of Labor Employment and Training Administration for the Hillsborough County Workforce Board. Approve two limited duration positions. These funds will support the operation of the Youth Opportunity Grant from 03/20/00 through 03/20/01. No County funds need be appropriated.

B-6 Approve the agreement between Hillsborough County, as fiscal agent and administrative entity for the Hillsborough County Workforce Board, and the Tampa Metropolitan Area YMCA, Inc. for the provision of Youth Opportunity Initiative Grant Services for eligible participants for the period of March 20, 2000 through March 19, 2001, with four - 1 year options to renew, in a maximum annual contract amount not to exceed $5,800,000. No County funds are required. (To be heard in conjunction with B-5 at 10:45)

11:00 a.m. D-1 Appearance by Mr. Tom Morrison, Counsel for the Hillsborough County Industrial Development Authority, concerning an application for $24 million Tax-Exempt Bond (IDA) Financing from the Tampa Metropolitan Area YMCA.

11:15 a.m. Consent Items

11:30 a.m. B-14 Accept County Audit Report 86, G. A. Food Service of Pinellas County, Incorporated, Contract Compliance Audit (to be filed in Board Records upon receipt into official records).

A-47 Bid No. C-298-96, Payment to G.A. Food Services, Senior Citizens Nutrition and Activity Program Meal Catering - Aging Services Department - Authorize the payment to G.A. Food Services in the amount of $27,033.11 for C-298-96, Senior Citizens Nutrition and Activity Program (SCNAP) for the Aging Services Department for the period of March 13, 1999 through March 12, 2000. (To be heard in conjunction with B-14 at 11:30)

11:45 a.m. Lunch Recess

1:30 - 2:30 p.m. E-8 Discussion regarding the Library Board's recommendation on the Internet in the public library system.

2:30 p.m. C-2 Consider whether to initiate binding arbitration concerning the Tampa Bay Water project involving changes to facility quantity table for wellfield operations (in accordance with interlocal agreement relating to policy for public involvement).

2:45 p.m. EPC meeting to be held to take action on C-2.

3:00 p.m. B-12 Consider requesting the County Attorney to draft an ordinance to regulate the distribution of handbill and flyer distribution at hotels located in unincorporated Hillsborough County, and schedule the ordinance for a public hearing.

3:15 p.m. D-2 Appearance by Sharon Dent, Executive Director of HARTline regarding enhanced funding level for HARTline in next year's budget.

3:30 p.m. D-3 Appearance by Parks & Recreation Advisory Board members regarding PR 2000 - "A Bright Future", the strategic vision of the Hillsborough County Parks and Recreation Department. (Staff recommends consideration in the FY 2002 budget.)

3:45 p.m. E-4 Correspondence from Ross Alander, Human Relations Board, advising of their unanimous vote to request the BOCC include prohibition against discrimination because of sexual orientation in the H. C. Human Rights Ordinance. Staff recommends the Board receive and file.

4:00 p.m. C-1 Conduct a public workshop on June 7, 2000 at 4:00 p.m. to review the proposed Action Plan for FY 2000-2001. The Action Plan consolidates funding applications for CDBG, HOME and ESG funds from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD).

4:30 p.m. B-9 Approve a new Board Policy regarding the use of Less than Fee acquisition techniques through the County's Environmental Lands Acquisition and Protection Program (ELAPP).

5:20 p.m. B-10 Adopt resolution replacing Resolution No. R97-179 that includes utility bill adjustment authority for unexplained high water usage as well as adjustments for high usage resulting from customer plumbing leaks.

5:30 p.m. C-3 Adopt the proposed FY 2000 Rate Resolution with the continued implementation of the rate structure and rate phase-in previously approved by the Board with the adoption of the FY 97 Rate Resolution; with the proposed adjustments in capacity fees, and reclaimed water rebates, with proposed adjustments in metered reclaimed water charges, with proposed adjustments in bulk water and wastewater service charges, and with proposed adjustments in high strength waste surcharges.

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