Archived Agendas

Tuesday, June 20, 2000, 9:00 AM
County Center, 2nd Floor

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INVOCATION AND PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

SPECIAL PRESENTATION SECTION.

Presentation of plaque from NACo Large Urban County Caucus Program of Excellence Award to Hillsborough Health Care Plan. Dr. John Curran and Mary Ellen Gillette, Chairman of Health Care Advisory Committee to receive award.

Presentation of a check for $40,000 from the American Heart Association to Hillsborough County Fire Rescue for the purchase of eleven automatic electronic defibrillators to be distributed to the County Center, Courthouse, Courthouse Annex and Plant City Court House.

Introduction of Jay Garner, the new Chamber of Commerce President.


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.

APPROVAL OF CONSENT AGENDA.

CONSENT AGENDA

***County Administrator’s Organization***

Aging Services

Amendment #3 to Alzheimer’s Disease Initiative Adult Day Care and Respite Programs’ Standard Contract #ADI 2000-1 & Request for Budget Amendment Resolution.

Approve Amendment #3 to standard contract #ADI 2000-1 with the West Central Florida Area Agency on Aging (WCFAAA), Inc. which decreases the State General Revenue funds by $13,260 for a revised contract total of $350,980 for the period of July 1, 1999 – June 30, 2000. No additional county funds are required.

Budget Amendment – Reduce $13,260 in State General Revenue funds for the Department of Aging Services’ Respite Care Program for the period 7/1/99 – 6/30/00 as per Amendment #3, Standard Contract #ADI 2000-1 between Hillsborough County and the West Central Florida Area Agency on Aging.

Approve Amendment #4 to Standard Contract #ADI 2000-1 with the West Central Florida Area Agency on Aging (WCFAAA), Inc. which extends the contract ending period from 6/30/00 to 9/30/00 for close-out purposes only. No additional county funds are required.

Approve Amendment #3 to Standard Agreement #HCE 2000-1 with the West Central Florida Area Agency on Aging (WCFAAA), Inc. which extends the contract ending period from 6/30/00 to 9/30/00 for close-out purposes only. In addition Amendment #3 revises the Attachment II (Report Schedule) and extends the Service Cost Report due date from 8/15/00 to 9/15/00. No additional county funds are required.

Approve amendment #4 to Standard Contract #CCE2000-1 with the West Central Florida Area Agency on Aging (WCFAA) Inc. for the Department of Aging Services’ Community Care for the Elderly (CCE) Program for the period of July 1, 1999 – September 30, 2000, which increases State funds by $58,750 and required cash match by $6,528. The revised total program cost is $3,153,591 of which $2,100,759 is State General Revenue, $233,418 local required match ($168,536 Cash & $64,882 In-Kind), and $819,414 Additional County Support (ACS) for twelve months. The amendment increases case management funds by $15,023 and increases Core Services funds by $43,727. No additional County funds are required as the increase in cash match is available from within the Department’s additional County support budget. Further, accept and appropriate $58,750 in State General Revenue funds and transfer $6,528 in County funds from the 1999/2000 Homemaker Additional County Support (ACS) to CCE’s Required Cash Match for the period of 7/1/99 – 6/30/00 as per Amendment #4 to contract #CCE2000-1 with the West Central Florida Area Agency on Aging (WCFAAA). Also, realign $101,715 in grant funds.

Children’s Services

Approve Amendment #2 to the Foster Care Contract which provides for residential group care services for foster care children with the State of Florida Department of Children and Families and the Department of Children’s Services to extend the contract for three months, July 1, 2000 to September 30, 2000, to allow for the transition of the clients currently in this facility to other living arrangements.

Approve the Head Start grant proposal for continuation funding in the amount of $18,754,557 for FY 2001, covering the period of 10/1/00 through 9/30/2001. This proposal includes federal funds in the amount of $15,003,645 from the U. S. Department of Health and Human Services. A County match of $1,828,013 is required; the School Board is responsible for their match of $1,922,899.

Communications

Contractual Services Acceptance Agreement with State of Florida Department of Children & Families.

Approve the contractual services agreement with the State Department of Children & families to fund information and referral services to families with emotionally disturbed youth for the period ending June 30, 2001.

Accept and appropriate the contract award in the amount of $21,675 in State funds and required in kind match in the amount of $7,225.

Approve and authorize the Chairman to execute the Agreement with the artist, Jeffrey Cooper for the creation and installation of artist designed furniture for the children’s section at the Jan Kaminis Platt Library, 3910 South Manhattan Avenue, Tampa, Florida 33611.

Approve the recommendation of the Good Government Award Committee to select State Senator Tom Lee as the 2000 recipient of the Ellsworth G. Simmons Good Government Award.

Community Improvement

Receive report on Code Enforcement after hours and weekend inspections.

Approve releasing the demolition lien with accrued interest and cost assessed by Resolution #R-96-181 in the amount of $3,545.04 against the property located at 4238 Alafia Blvd., Brandon, FL 33511, Folio #74556.0000, for the cost incurred by the county for demolition and removal of one dilapidated RV tin/block structure and removal of trash, junk and debris.

Approve a resolution assessing a lien in the amount of $1,897.75 against the property located at 11032 Bill Tucker Road, Wimauma, Florida 33598, Folio #77951.0050, for the cost incurred by the county for demolition and removal of a dilapidated mobile home and removal of trash, junk and debris.

Approve releasing the demolition lien with accrued interest and cost assessed by Resolution #R97-213 in the amount of $2,912.20 against the property located at 6125 Shirley Avenue, Gibsonton, FL 33534, Folio #51031.0000, for the cost incurred by the county for demolition and removal of one dilapidated frame dwelling and removal of trash, junk and debris.

Approve a resolution assessing a lien in the amount of $1,874 against the property locate at 5711 Hillsborough Street, Wimauma, Florida 33598, Folio #79285.0000, for the cost incurred by the county for demolition and removal of a dilapidated mobile home and removal of trash, junk and debris.

Approve a resolution assessing a lien in the amount of $3,991 against the property located at 3023 Manatee Avenue SW, Ruskin, Florida 33570, Folio #32021.0100, for the cost incurred by the county for demolition and removal of a two story frame structure and removal of trash, junk and debris.

Approve contract agreements with Bay Area Legal Services, Inc. in the amount of $15,000; and Tampa Metropolitan Area YMCA, Inc. in the amount of $26,300, in budgeted U. S. Department of Justice Weed & Seed Grant funds and authorize the Chairman to execute future financial documents related to this agreement. These contracts would provide specialized social services to eligible residents in the USF Weed & Seed target area for the period of January 1, 2000 through December 31, 2000.

County Administrator’s Office

Approve and execute the Memorandum of Compliance notifying the Florida Department of Community Affairs of Hillsborough County’s compliance with the requirements of Florida Administrative Code Rule 9B-61 as it applies to the federal Edward Byrne Memorial State and Local Law Enforcement Assistance Formula Grant Program FY 2001.

Approve the requested contract amendment to the contract for Case Management Services for the Hillsborough County Juvenile Drug Court and allow the Agency for Community Treatment Services, Inc. (ACTS) request to transfer $5,581 from “Salaries” and $4,417 from “Benefits” for a total of $9,998 to Operating Expenses.

Approve and sign the five (5) applications for federal funds available under the Edward Byrne Memorial State and Local Law Enforcement Assistance Formula Grant Program FY 2001.

Debt Management

Approve a budget amendment to realign budgets to cover Commercial Paper issuance and debt service costs.

Economic Development

Receive the report for the County’s Disadvantaged Minority/Disadvantaged Women Business Enterprise (DM/DWBE) and Small Business Enterprise (SBE) Programs for fiscal years 1997 – 1999.

Approve appointments to the Hillsborough County Workforce Board.

Re-appoint to the Hillsborough County Workforce Board (HCWB) members listed on Attachment #1, whose membership will expire on June 30, 2000, for a period of two (2) years effective July 1, 2000.

Ratify the Mayoral re-nominations listed on Attachment #1, whose membership will expire on June 30, 2000, for a period of two (2) years effective July 1, 2000 - pursuant to the provisions of the Workforce Investment Act (WIA), P.L #105-220 and Interlocal Agreement between Hillsborough County and the City of Tampa.

Health & Social Services

Approve budget amendment to accept and appropriate $779,403 additional funding of the Ryan White Title I Grant and realign $120,063 to bring FAMIS budget in accordance with the federal budget for the grant period March 1, 2000 through February 28, 2001. No County funds are required for match.

Approve the contract with the Florida Department of Health, accepting $900,843 for the administration of the State General Revenue program, for residents of Hillsborough, Pinellas, Pasco, and Polk Counties, for the period beginning July 1, 2000, and ending June 30, 2001. No County funds are required.

Consent to the Assignment of the Supportive Housing and Assistance Program (SHAP) Agreement, contract number 99-0791 from Tampa AIDS Network, Inc., to Tampa Hillsborough Action Plan, Inc., for the provision of supportive housing and case management services effective June 1, 2000.

Approve the First Modification to the existing Agreement with the Florida Department of Health, Hillsborough County Health Department, under the State General Revenue program, decreasing the maximum amount payable for the provision of medication services from $132,000 to $117,588, for the period ending June 30, 2000; renew the agreement in the amount of $132,000, for the period beginning July 1, 2000 and ending June 30, 2001, for HIV+ individuals in Hillsborough, Pinellas, Pasco, and Polk Counties, and modify certain other terms. No County funds are required.

Approve the First Modification to the existing Agreement with the Tampa AIDS Network, Inc., under the State General Revenue program, renewing the agreement in the amount of $297,377, for the period beginning July 1, 2000 and ending June 30, 2001, for case management services to HIV+ individuals in Hillsborough County, decrease the agreement from $358,377 to $317,377 for the period beginning July 1, 1999 and ending June 30, 2000, and modify certain other terms of the contract. No County funds are required.

Approve the Agreement with the Florida Department of Health, accepting $546,674 for the administration of the Housing Opportunities for Persons with AIDS (HOPWA) program, for residents of Manatee, Polk, Highlands, and Hardee Counties, for the period beginning July 1, 2000, and ending June 30, 2001. No County funds are required.

Approve a contract with the Florida Department of Children & Families for the continuation of existing case management services to homeless in the amount of $49,664 in state funds, $16,555 required in-kind match from county budgeted funds totaling $66,219, for the period July 1, 2000 through June 30, 2001. No additional county funds are required.

Modification No. 002 to Community Services Block Grant FY 2000.

Approve Modification No. 002 amending the county's current fiscal year 2000 Community Services Block Grant (CSBG) Agreement with the State of Florida Department of Community Affairs to increase total funding level by $40,288 ($33,486 federal funds; $6,802 in budgeted county funds as required match).
Approve budget amendment to accept and appropriate $33,486 in federal funds and realign $6,802 of previously budgeted funds from the County Supplement CSBG Program to provide the additional required cash match as approved in Modification No. 002 to the FY00 Community Services Block Grant. Also, realign $46,538 within the Community Services Block Grant in accordance with Modification No. 002 to reflect changes in current year expenditures.

Approve the First Modification to the existing Agreement with the Manatee County Rural Health Services, Inc., under the Housing Opportunities for Persons With AIDS ("HOPWA") program, renewing the agreement for the provision of case management services in the amount of $35,528, for the period beginning July 1, 2000 and ending June 30, 2001, for HIV+ individuals in Manatee County, and approve modifying certain other terms of the Agreement. No County funds are required.

Approve the Second Modification to the existing Agreement with the Tampa Hillsborough Action Plan, Inc., under the State General Revenue program, renewing the agreement in the amount of $191,992, for the period beginning July 1, 2000 and ending June 30, 2001, for case management services to HIV+ individuals in Hillsborough County, and approve modifying certain other terms of the agreement. No County funds are required.

Authorize BOCC Accounting to process direct payments to vendors who are not under contract for the provision of housing and utility services to Ryan White recipients.

Approve the fourth modification to the contract with Respitek, Inc., for the provision of durable medical equipment and oxygen therapy services for eligible participants in the Hillsborough County Health Care Plan which increases the annual not-to-exceed amount of the contract to $200,000 for the period ending November 30, 2000.

Approve the fifth modification to the contract with Respitek, Inc., for the provision of disposable medical supplies for eligible participants in the Hillsborough County Health Care Plan which increases the annual not-to-exceed amount of the contract to $525,000 for the period ending November 30, 2000.

Approve a contract between Hillsborough County and the Department of Children & Families for Child Care Licensing during the period from July 1, 2000 through June 30, 2001 consisting of grant funds totaling $200,000.

Approve the First Modification to the existing Agreement with Florida Department of Health, Polk County Health Department, under the Housing Opportunities for Persons With AIDS (“HOPWA”) program, renewing the agreement for the agreement for the provision of case management services in the amount of $62,488 for residents of Polk County and $3,665 for residents of Hardee County, for the period beginning July 1, 2000 and ending June 30, 2001, and approve modifying certain other terms of the agreement. No County funds are required.

Approve the Second Modification to Agreement #00-0009 with the Healthy Kids Corporation renewing the agreement for the period from July 1, 2000 through June 30, 2001, for an amount not to exceed $485,000, for coverage of a minimum of 7,008 children, at the same terms and conditions as previously modified. Funds are budgeted in the restricted indigent health care budget.

Management & Budget

Receive report on Status of Reserves for Contingencies in the Tax Funds – FY 00 as of June 7, 2000.

Receive April 2000 Financial Summary.

Receive May 2000 Status Report Grant Applications In-Process.

Receive status report regarding public access services contract.

Approve the following reports (Deferred from the 6/700 BOCC Agenda):

a. Cost effective fleet replacement practice. (BRC #00039)
Improvement of the Administrative Referral System and communications with citizens. (BRC #00052)
Continually improvement of contracting process. (BRC #00053).
Purchasing contracts negotiated by other government entities should be incorporated into Hillsborough County’s purchasing process. (BRC #00054)
The Department of Planning and Growth Management’s fees have been reviewed and action recommendations are scheduled on the BOCC agenda. (BRC #00062)
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)
Using licensed contractors, professional architects and engineers for certification of plans and permit applications. (BRC #00079)
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)
Work Order Construction Services (WORCS) has and will continue to be used in applicable areas. (BRC #00086)
Amendment of Chapter 409, Florida Statutes, should be requested to allow the state to fund more direct services for in-home care. (BRC #00088)
Consider changes to state law and amending local ordinances to consolidate select independent authorities under the BOCC. (BRC #00089)
Make Regentrification of Urban Blight a Core Priority. (BRC #00111)

Planning & Growth Management

Authorize the Chair to sign the Letter of Understanding with the Florida Department of Transportation which provides for Hillsborough County to advance funding for the Bruce B. Downs Boulevard project development and environment study (PD&E).

Three part recommendation to approve a resolution adding Bruce B. Downs Boulevard to the CIP, a budget amendment and Letter of Understanding with the Florida Department of Transportation regarding the CR 581 (Bruce B. Downs Boulevard) project development and environment (PD&E) study.

Approve a resolution amending the FY 2000-FY 2005 Capital Improvement Program (CIP) to add the project C61042, Bruce B. Downs PD&E.

Approve a budget amendment appropriating $300,000 in constitutional gas tax funds to advance FDOT the County’s portion of total PD&E costs. FDOT will reimburse the County in FY 2004.

Authorize the Chair to sign the a Letter of Understanding with the Florida Department of Transportation which provides for Hillsborough County to advance funding for the Bruce B. Downs Boulevard project development and environment study (PD&E).

Public Affairs

Defer until July 12, 2000 meeting the report regarding the best legislative approach (local or state) for addressing the issue of tobacco use as presented by the members of S.W.A.T. (Students Working Against Tobacco).

Public Works

Approve Change Order No. One (1) to the contract with Kamminga & Roodvoets, Inc., for the construction of the Bearss Ave/Duck Pond Outfall Phase II project, increasing the contract amount from $2,053,270.50 to $2,115,767.30 (a total of $62,496.80), increasing contract time by 30 days and adjusting milestone dates as indicated in the background.

Update and Recommended Revisions to the Accelerated Stormwater Program FY 99 – 03.

Approve staff’s recommended plan to revise the FY 99 – 03 Accelerated Stormwater Program as presented on the attached report.

Approve budget amendment realigning $253,413 within the Community Investment Tax Fund and $1,345,716 within Stormwater Management Fund based on the FY 00 Accelerated Stormwater Program report. Project costs on the report have been updated to reflect current project estimates. The overall program Stormwater Fee and CIT funding remains unchanged.

Renew the agreement for $82,000 with the University of Florida to conduct LAKEWATCH water quality monitoring on area lakes (H.C. Document No. 96-1999). Funding to this agreement is as follows: $72,000 from the Hillsborough Lake Management Program (Grant # PW2002) and $10,000 from County funds.

Approve the Joint Project Agreement between Hillsborough County and TAMPA BAY WATER for construction of Tampa Bay Water facilities in conjunction with the Lithia Pinecrest Road and Bryan Road Intersection, CIP No. 63128.

Purchasing

RFP No. C-149-98, The Provision of Cemetery Services - Health & Social Services Department - Approve the three 30-day unilateral extensions to the existing agreement between the Board and Rest Haven Memorial Park, Inc., for the Provision of Cemetery Services for the Health and Social Services Department at the same terms and conditions in accordance with Article 20 of the contract for the period July 8, 2000 through October 7, 2000. In addition, approve an increase in unit prices contained on page BP-2a of agreement by 2.4% in accordance with item 18, price escalation, page MS-4 of the contract effective July 8, 2000 increasing the not to exceed amount from $130,625 to $133,760.

Bid No. C-153-98, Janitorial Services for Small Business Enterprise Area 1 - Facilities Management - Approve renewal of contract between the Board of County Commissioners and Serge Norde’s Affordable Cleaning Service, for Bid No. C-153-98, Janitorial Services for Small Business Enterprise Area I, for a two year period beginning August 17, 2000 and ending August 16, 2002, at the same terms and conditions, as modified by Unilateral Change Order Number One (issued 10/4/99), in the amount of $60,580.

Bid No. C562-99, CIP No. 80648, Change Order No. 1 (Final), Roy Haynes Recreation Center Additions and Renovations – Parks & Recreation - Approve Change Order No. 1 (Final) to the contract with Manuel Lanz Construction Corporation, increasing the contract amount $1,855.11, and adjusting the milestones dates as described in the background.
RFQ No. S-757-99, Financial Services Pertaining To The Regulation Of Privately Supplied Water Resource Services within Hillsborough County - Approve the selection of and authorize the Contract with Lorne W. Hunsberger, P.A., for a 3-year period from the effective date of the County’s Notice to Proceed in an annual amount not to exceed $52,000. At the sole option of the County, this Contract may be extended for up to 2 additional 1-year periods at the same terms and conditions.

Bid No. T-938-00, Replacement of Automatic Transmissions for a One Year Period - Fleet Management Department - Award Bid No. T-938-00, Replacement of Automatic Transmissions for a One Year Period, to the low responsive and responsible bidder, Transmission Diagnostics, Inc., d/b/a Cottman Transmission, Brandon, Florida, for the estimated amount of $94,875. This is a Hillsborough County Governmental Purchasing Council bid.

Bid No. S-940-00, Cleaning and Inspection Services for Wastewater Lines - Water Department - Award Bid #S-940-00, Cleaning and Inspection Services for Wastewater Lines for the Water Departments to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder, UltraVision S.E. Incorporated, for a one year period from the effective date of the County’s Notice to Proceed. Additionally the contract allows for two additional one year renewals, at the sole option of the County. The annual “not to exceed” amount is $195,120. This bid is also available to the Hillsborough County Governmental Purchasing Council.

Bid No. P-941-00, Purchase of One (1) Heavy Duty Truck with On Site Concrete Mixing Body - Public Works Department - Award Bid No. P-941-00, Purchase of One (1) Heavy Duty Truck with On Site Concrete Mixing Body to the low bidder meeting specifications, Gator Ford Truck Sales, Inc. of Tampa, Florida, in the amount of $123,257.00. This bid is also available to the Hillsborough County Governmental Purchasing Council.

Bid No. C-945-00, CIP No. 54203 – Northwest Transfer Station Building Renovation – Solid Waste – Award Bid No. C-945-00, Northwest Transfer Station Building Renovation, to the low bidder meeting specifications, Bridgeport, Inc. in the amount of $555,196.50.

Bid No. P-953-00, Purchase of One Mobile Mass Casualty Decontamination System – Fire Rescue – Award Bid No. P-953-00, Purchase of One Mobile Mass Casualty Decontamination System to the sole bidder who also meets specifications, Advanced Containment System of Houston, Texas, in the amount of $198,935 and authorize the Director of Purchasing to make additional purchases as explained in the background. This bid is also available to the Hillsborough County Governmental Purchasing Council.

Bid No. P-954-00, Purchase of One (1) Compact Utility Loader with attachments - Fleet Management Department - Award Bid No. P-954-00, Purchase of One (1) Compact Utility Loader with attachments to the low bidder meeting specifications, Bobcat of Central Florida, Inc. of Tampa, Florida, in the amount of $30,604 and authorize the Director of Purchasing to make additional purchases as explained in the background. This bid is also available to the Hillsborough County Governmental Purchasing Council.

T-957-00, Sole Source Purchase of John Deere Replacement Parts and Labor for a Five Year Period - Fleet Management Department - Approve File No. T-957-00, Sole Source Purchase of John Deere Replacement Parts and Labor for A FiveYear Period with Nortrax Equipment Company, Tampa, Fl in an amount not to exceed $500,000. This purchase agreement is available to the Hillsborough County Governmental Purchasing Council.

File No. T-959-00, Sole Source Purchase of Gradall Replacement Parts and Labor for a Five Year Period - Fleet Management Department - Approve File No. T-959-00, Sole Source Purchase of Gradall Replacement Parts and Labor for A Five Year Period with GS Equipment, Inc., Tampa, FL in an amount not to exceed $350,000. This purchase agreement is available to the Hillsborough County Governmental Purchasing Council.

Bid No. P-965-00, Purchase of Two (2) Utility Service Bodies and Cranes - Fleet Management Department - Waive immaterial deviation described below and award Bid No. P-965-00, Purchase of Two (2) Utility Service Bodies and Cranes for the Fleet Management Department to the low bidder meeting specifications, Tampa Crane and Body Co., Inc. of Tampa Florida in the amount of $61,450. Further reject the bid from Action Fabrication and Truck Equipment for reasons stated in the background. This bid is available to the Hillsborough County Governmental Purchasing Council.

Bid No. P-979-00, Purchase of One Automated Liquid Handling System - Medical Examiner Department - Award Bid No. P-979-00, Purchase of One Automated Liquid Handling System to the sole bidder who also meets specifications, Packard Instrument Co., Inc., Meriden, CT, in the amount of $35,262 and authorize the Director of Purchasing to make additional purchases as explained in the background. This bid is also available to the Hillsborough County Governmental Purchasing Council.

Real Estate

Approve a License Agreement with Self-Reliance, Inc. in order to allow their use of approximately 107 square feet of office space at the Plant City Neighborhood Services Center. The agreement provides for Self-Reliance, Inc. to pay $135.89 per month to cover leasing and operational expenses incurred by the County pertaining to the subject space. The agreement automatically renews every twelve (12) months, unless terminated by either party.

Approve a three (3) year renewal of the lease with Sun Point Associates for space occupied by the Tax Collector in the Sun Point Shopping Center located at 3044/3046 State Road 674, in Ruskin, and authorize the Chairman to execute the attached notification letter. The monthly rent for the 3,150 square feet of space will be $2,783.81, which equates to $10.60 per square foot per year.

Accept the Special Warranty Deed from Lennar Homes, Inc. for the conveyance of a 6.64 acre park site known as the Pavilion Park, pursuant to the requirement contained in the conditions of approval for Rezoning Petition #89-51.

Accept a Warranty Deed form Ranch Road Grove Partnership, a Florida General Partnership, for the fee simple title to a 100 foot right of way reservation for future extension of Little Road, as shown on the plat of Ranch Road Groves – Unit I-A.

Accept the conveyance of a Perpetual Utility Easement from Action Center Inc. for the purpose of accommodating the utility needs associated with a 7-Eleven Commercial Site Development. The Utility Easement is 10' x 10' and is located along the east side of Henderson Road, just south of Gunn Highway.

Accept the conveyance of a Perpetual Utility Easement from Leap Citrus Park, L.C. for the purpose of accommodating the utility needs associated with the Steak ‘N Shake Commercial Site Development. The Utility Easement is 20' x 30' and is located along the north side of Citrus Park Drive, east of Sheldon Road.

Accept a drainage easement by donation from James F. and Pearl Fix for the Rome Avenue drainage improvement project, and further authorize the processing of instruments for same. (CIP 47236).

Approve a purchase agreement in the amount of $20,000 and authorize processing and acceptance of the instruments of conveyance from Gary Allen Sibert and Duoc Thi Sibert, for a permanent drainage easement required for Delaney Creek Improvements (CIP 47081).

Accept a tax deed from the Clerk of the Circuit Court, for approximately 32.97 acres of land adjacent to the Water Department’s maintenance facility on Nature’s Way Boulevard in the Bloomingdale area. The additional land will provide buffering and will also help to cure an encroachment issue regarding the subject property.



Accept and authorize the processing of a perpetual utility easement donated by Melissa A. Taylor, Trustee of the Melissa Ann Taylor Revocable Living Trust, for the Brown Road Reclaimed Water Treatment Main – 20’ easement (CIP 10724).

Accept a perpetual drainage easement by donation from Harold and Agnes Hufstetler for the Lake Fluer De Lis, Jeannette and Dorothy drainage improvements project and further authorize the processing of instruments for same (CIP 47144).

Approve a Fifth Amendment Agreement with 1410 N. 21st Street, L.C., pertaining to the lease for the Lozano Building which houses offices of the Environmental Protection Commission. The lease amendment provides for the lessor to complete improvements to the basement of the building and extends the term of the lease through June 30, 2005 in order to amortize the costs of the improvements over a five (5) year period. The lease amendment also provides for additional rental increases in the third, fourth, and fifth years of the term. The monthly rent for the first two (2) years will be $14,741.36, which equates to $6.92/sf. The monthly rent for the third, fourth, and fifth years will be $18,741.36, $19,741.36, and $20,741.36, respectively, which equates to $8.80/sf, and $9.74/sf.

Approve a contract with CSX Transportation, Inc. in the amount of $109,300.00 plus closing costs to provide land required for the Old Fort King Trail Project (CIP #89098).

Approve a real estate contract and authorize acceptance of the instruments of conveyance from Ramon F. Campo, as Trustee of the YMCA. The purchase prices is $976,790, plus closing costs and provides for the acquisition of 8.94 acres of land, plus recreational facilities for the Bloomingdale Little League (CIP #80374). The Bloomingdale Civic Association financed the construction of the improvements and will be reimbursed $608,000 from the purchase price.

Approve a three (3) year lease with Maranatha Christian Assembly, Incorporated, for property located at 3202 E. Ellicott Street in Tampa, which includes a free-standing building containing approximately 7,200 square feet of space, for use by the Children’s Services Department (Head Start Division). The base rent is $5,100 per month, which equates to $8.50 per square foot per year. The Lessee is responsible for utilities, garbage collection, and janitorial expenses. The Lessee has the option to renew the lease for two (2) additional years and a purchase option is also included, in the event the County determines that it is advantageous to acquire the subject property.

Resolution – Eminent Domain – County Road 672 and Balm Riverview Road.

Determine reasonable necessity to acquire fee simple road rights of way for the public purpose of constructing improvements to the intersection of County Road 672 and Balm Riverview Road, Project No. 99-170-R.

Adopt a resolution authorizing the acquisition by eminent domain of such property and property rights for such project.

Authorize and direct the Hillsborough County Attorney’s Office to acquire such property and property rights in the name of Hillsborough County and to fully compensate the interested parties as required by law.

Solid Waste Management

Approve and execute the First Modification Agreement to the Yard and Wood Waste Processing Agreement (C-541-97) with Consolidated Resource Recovery to add a new Section, titled Odor Management Supplement, which requires contractual and operational changes to correct ongoing odor concerns at the Northwest Yard Waste Processing Facility and provides authorization for the Directors of the Solid Waste Management Department and Purchasing Department to implement contingency steps as deemed necessary, if odor concerns are not corrected with the initial changes. The initial changes will result in an annual increase of $56,000 for a new total contract amount of $1,053,600.

Water Department

Approve and authorize the Chair to execute the First Modification to the Agreement for Professional Services for Miscellaneous Professional Services for Electrical and Instrumentation Projects with Engineering Design Technologies Corporation amending contract terms relative to work order maximum amount, maximum fee per year, and contract term.

Monthly update on water conditions. (Deferred from 6/7 BOCC Agenda Staff Reports)

Status of Hillsborough County water supply and reclaimed water program. (Deferred from 6/7 BOCC Agenda Staff Reports)

Water Resource Team

Receive status report regarding budget from Water Resource Team. (Written material to be provided under separate.)

Approve the Second Amendment to agreement for Professional Consulting Services with W. Ross McWilliams increasing the not-to-exceed amount by $100,000.

Approve the Second Amendment to agreement for Professional Consulting Services with Breedlove, Dennis & Associates, Inc., increasing the not-to-exceed amount by $200,000.

Ratify renewal of agreement and approve the Second Amendment to agreement for Water Resource Operations Advisor with Water Resource Associates, Inc., increasing the not-to-exceed amount by $300,000 and extending the agreement for an additional year.

Approve the First Amendment to agreement for Professional Consulting Services with Environmental and Health Integrated, Inc., increasing the not-to-exceed amount by $71,149.50 and extending the agreement’s initial termination date from July 7, 2001 to September 30, 2001.

Approve the agreement for Special Counsel Services with Holland & Knight LLP on an as-needed basis for water resource issues.

Approve the agreement for Professional Services with HydroQual, Inc., in the not-to-exceed amount of $150,000.

Approve the agreement for Professional Consulting Services with Norman Blake, Ph.D., in the not-to-exceed amount of $60,000.

Approve the agreement for Professional Consulting Services with John T. Boyd Company, Inc. in the not-to-exceed amount of $80,000.

Approve the agreement for Professional Consulting Services with Jeremy Craft in the not-to-exceed amount of $100,000.

***County Attorney***

Authorize the execution of the Settlement Agreement, Release, and Dismissal with Prejudice in the case of Hillsborough County vs. Time Warner Entertainment – Advance/Newhouse Partnership, et al; Case Number: 00-000915 Division B.

Authorize the County Attorney’s Office to settle the Claim of Luis Ruiz, Individually and as Person Representative of the Estate of Vincenza Ruiz, et al. V. Hillsborough County, for the settlement amount of One Hundred Seventy-Five Thousand and no/100 ($175,000) Dollars.

Defer until July 12 the draft of the ordinance regarding creating a Manatee Protection Ordinance for the bay area next to Harbor Bay (DRI #241).

***Other Offices***

Clerk of the Circuit Court

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

City of Plant City, Florida, Annual Financial Report for fiscal year ended September 30, 1999, in accordance with Florida Statutes 163.356(3c) and 163.387(8).

Hillsborough County Solid Waste Resource Recovery Enterprise Fund unaudited interim financial report for six months ended March 31, 2000.

Hillsborough County Water and Wastewater System Enterprise Fund unaudited interim financial report for six months ended March 31, 2000.

Hillsborough County Property Appraiser FY 2000-2001 budget in the amount of $8,984,246, as submitted to the Department of Revenue, Tallahassee, in accordance with Florida Statute 195.087.

Hillsborough County investment information as of May 31, 2000.

Tampa Bay Estuary Program Audit Report for fiscal year ended September 30, 1999, in accordance with Tampa Bay Estuary Program Bylaws.

Public official bonds for the following officials of East Lake Park Special Dependent District for year ending September 30, 2000: Edmond A. Creech, Jr., president; Lowell Craig Williams, vice president; and Caroline Saffri, treasurer.

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

Approve the realignment of $14,355 within existing budgets of the Drug Abuse Trust Fund and the Drug Abuse Alternate Source Trust Fund to correct the appropriation of a refund that was deposited into the wrong fund.

Approve warrants and direct deposits issued under dates of June 13-19, 2000.

Approve minutes:

Workshop/Less-than-fee, Community Improvement
Department Performance Audit, and Water Issues May 10, 2000
Public Hearing/First Round Comp Plan Amendments for 2000 May 10, 2000
Town Hall Meeting May 11, 2000
Regular Meeting May 17, 2000
Public Hearing/Land Development Code Text Amendments for 2000 May 18, 2000
Land Use May 23, 2000

Court Administrator

Approve a grant in aid agreement, a spending plan, and grant release request with the Office of the State Court Administrator (OSCA) for of a civil traffic infraction hearing officer program. OSCA will provide $56,439.04 with equivalent matching funds provided from traffic fees assessed by the Court.

Environmental Protection Commission

Approve budget amendment to accept and appropriate $34,000 from the Pollution Recovery Fund (Escrow Account) to continue an ongoing study “Monitoring of Cockroach Bay and Proposed Studies on Thalassia Testudinum (Turtle Grass) in Cockroach Bay for Years 2000 to 2002”.

Approve the increase of $114,162 from originally anticipated FDEP Pollutant Storage Tank Compliance Contract (GC513 Task 4) within the Environmental Protection Commission. Further, accept and appropriate $114,162 within the Pollution Storage Tank Compliance Contract which represents an increase to the contract and will adjust EPC’s Budget to match the Contract. No additional county funds involved.

Metropolitan Planning Organization

Approve budget amendment to accept and appropriate $40,000 from the City of Tampa as a supplement to the Metropolitan Planning Organization’s budget for services provided in the 40th Street corridor study in the City of Tampa.

REGULAR AGENDA

Capital Program Administration

Adopt BOCC policy regarding No Fee Zones. (Written material to be provided under separate cover.)

Declare payment of impact fees on behalf of The Children’s Home as a public purpose. Further, 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. (Deferred from 6/7/00 BOCC Agenda).

No Fee Zone Budget Amendment and Water and Sewer Resolution.

Adopt the resolution to implement the water and sewer component of the No-Fee-Zone beginning July 15, 2000.

Appropriate by super majority vote $100,000 from the Unincorporated General Fund Reserve for Contingency in accordance with BOCC Policy 03.02.05.00 to begin the implementation of the water and sewer component of the program and the payment of transportation and right-of-way impact fees in Zone 1 to the Citrus Park Community Development District (CDD).

Communications

(10:15 a.m. time certain) Approve the Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with MacDill Air Force Base to provide mutual support and coordinated efforts in service delivery to benefit the citizens of Hillsborough County. (Reception to follow.)

County Administrator

Receive report and consider recommendations of Agenda Process Review Committee for change to structure of BOCC meetings and Agenda Process. (Deferred from 6/7/00 BOCC Agenda.)

Amend the BOCC meeting schedule to hold its first meeting in September on Thursday, September 7, 2000; and its first meeting in October on Thursday, October 5, 2000; due to the Primary Election and Run-off Election, respectively.

Discussion regarding the closing of G. Pierce Wood Hospital. (Continued from 6/7/00 BOCC meeting.)

Debt Management

Approve a reimbursement resolution expressing its intention, for purposes of Internal Revenue Service tax regulation, to reimburse from the proceeds of a debt issuance expenditures which may be made with respect to the acquisition, development, construction and equipping of Phase IV and V of the Falkenburg Road Jail expansion.

Economic Development

(10:45 a.m. time certain) Approve various agreements and Letter of Agreement related to transfer of the WAGES program to the Hillsborough County Workforce Development Board. (Written material to be provided under separate cover.) (Relates to D-2 and D-3.)

Health & Social Services

Approve the third modification to the Agreement between the County and Florida Health Sciences Center, Inc., administrators of the Child Protection Team, which increases the annual not-to-exceed amount of the contract from $32,100 to $140,000, for the contract period beginning July 1, 1999, up to and including June 30, 2000, and all ensuing contract periods; replaces Exhibit I, the Fee Schedule; and adds Article XVI, Reimbursement Requests. Further, appropriate by super majority vote, in accordance with BOCC Policy 03.02.05.00, $107,900 from the General Fund Reserve for contingency to provide funding for physical examinations performed by the Child Protection Team.

Planning & Growth Management

Approve the Third Modification agreement for the Brandon Main Street Project which will extend the contract by 123-days (October 31, 2000) and include up to $25,000 for the production of a Comprehensive Plan amendment and a capital projects evaluation.

Real Estate

(3:30 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). (Deferred from 6/7/00 BOCC Agenda.)

(3:45 p.m. time certain) Conceptually accept the proposal from Tampa-Hillsborough Action Plan Inc. (THAP), to purchase County property at 101 North 12th Street, for an estimated price of $500,000 - $550,000, and authorize the Real Estate Department and the County Attorney’s Office to develop a real estate contract for consideration by the Board in the future.

Water Department

(4:15 p.m. time certain) Review recommendations for increased effectiveness and aggressiveness in Hillsborough County’s water conservation efforts.

Approve Water Conservation Measures A3-8; B1-4, 6-9, 17-19, 21-25, 29, 30, and C1 and 3 in the attached matrix and authorize staff to implement immediately.

Approve Water Conservation Measures B11, 20 and 28 in the attached matrix and authorize staff to prepare budgets and funding requirements for BOCC consideration on August 16, 2000.

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. (Deferred from 6/7/00 BOCC Agenda.)

***County Attorney***

(11:15 a.m. time certain) 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). (Continued from 6/7/00 BOCC Agenda.)

PUBLIC HEARING

(2:00 p.m. time certain) Adopt the Final Assessment Resolutions required under Ordinance 96-7 to create the Capacity Assessment Units described as: Northwest Water and Wastewater Capacity Assessment Unit 00203, Central Water and Wastewater Capacity Assessment Unit 00206, South Water and Wastewater Capacity Assessment Unit 00209, to impose capacity assessments against property therein and to approve the capacity assessment rolls.

(2:00 p.m. time certain) Adopt the attached ordinances creating an Impact Fee No-Fee Transportation Zone for the USF area and amending the boundaries of the Gibsonton zone.

SCHEDULED APPEARANCES

(11:30 a.m. time certain) Appearance by Richard Ake, Clerk of the Circuit Court, to request an amendment to Resolution number R00-051 to allow the recording of documents in Brandon.

(10:45 a.m. time certain) Appearance by Cheikh Sylla, Chairman of Workforce Florida, regarding transition of WAGES programs to the Workforce Development Board.

(3:00 p.m. time certain) Appearance by Curtis Austin, President of the State Workforce Development Board regarding the WAGES program.

COMMISSIONERS SECTION

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

Appointments to various boards and councils.

Board Correspondence

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.) (Deferred from the 6/7/00 BOCC Agenda.)

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 July 12.) (Deferred from 6/7/00 BOCC Agenda.)

Commissioner Norman

Discussion regarding recycled computers for senior citizens to be placed in Senior Citizen Day Care Centers with Internet access.

Commissioner Scott

Discussion regarding 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 in support of this issue.) (Deferred from 6/7/00 BOCC Agenda.)

Commissioner Storms

(1:30 p.m. time certain) Discussion regarding appearance by Susan McCallion and James Hilton with reference to disadvantaged transportation issues.

(1:45 p.m. time certain) Request for staff report on the proposed new Sun City Center Fire Station.

Commissioner Wacksman

(4:00 p.m. time certain) Discussion regarding appearance Mr. James Hampton with reference to Town N’ Country Soccer League.

STAFF REPORTS

Planning & Growth Management

Report regarding City of Tampa annexations. (Written material to be provided under separate cover.)

LIST OF ITEMS SCHEDULED FOR TIME CERTAIN:

10:15 a.m. B-4 Approve the Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with MacDill Air Force Base to provide mutual support and coordinated efforts in service delivery to benefit the citizens of Hillsborough County. (Reception to follow.)

10:45 a.m. B-9 Approve various agreements and Letter of Agreement related to transfer of the WAGES program to the Hillsborough County Workforce Development Board. (Written material to be provided under separate cover.) (Relates to D-2 and D-3)

D-2 Appearance by Cheikh Sylla, Chairman of Workforce Florida, regarding transition of WAGES programs to the Workforce Development Board.

11:00 a.m. Consent Items

11:15 a.m. B-16 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). (Continued from 6/7/00 BOCC Agenda.)

11:30 a.m. D-1 Appearance by Richard Ake, Clerk of the Circuit Court, to request an amendment to Resolution number R00-051 to allow the recording of documents in Brandon.

11:45 a.m. Lunch Recess

1:30 p.m. E-7 Discussion regarding appearance by Susan McCallion and James Hilton with reference to disadvantaged transportation issues.

1:45 p.m. E-8 Request for staff report on the proposed new Sun City Center Fire Station.

2:00 p.m. C-1 Adopt the Final Assessment Resolutions required under Ordinance 96-7 to create Capacity Assessment Units.

C-2 Adopt the ordinances creating an Impact Fee No-Fee Transportation Zone for the USF area and amending the boundaries of the Gibsonton zone.

3:00 p.m. D-3 Appearance by Curtis Austin, President of the State Workforce Development Board regarding the WAGES program.

3:30 p.m. B-12 Board Policy regarding the use of Less than Fee acquisition techniques through ELAPP.

3:45 p.m. B-13 Conceptually accept the proposal from Tampa-Hillsborough Action Plan Inc. (THAP), to purchase County property at 101 North 12th Street.

4:00 p.m. E-9 Discussion regarding appearance Mr. James Hampton with reference to Town N’ Country Soccer League.

4:15 p.m. B-14 Review recommendations for increased effectiveness and aggressiveness in Hillsborough County’s water conservation efforts.



DATE

ISSUE

COORDINATOR

June 28 - 9:00 am

6:00 pm

Budget workshop (all day)

Public hearing to consider Animal Ordinance

Hunzeker, E. Johnson

Acton, Keel, Armstrong

July 12

Report back on legal research and policies relating to filtering of computers at public libraries and County-owned computer equipment

Report on discussions with Pasco County on a pilot program for the landscaping and beautification of County Line Road between its west end west of Dale Mabry, and its east end east of Bruce B. Downs Boulevard (CR 581).

Report regarding adult use facilities next to schools and neighborhoods and results of meeting with property owners, School Board, and Sheriff’s Office on this issue to examine ways in which public safety can be addressed.

County Administrator’s report that the Fire Rescue maintenance for non-emergency and medical vehicles will be transferred to the Fleet Management.

BOCC policy on gifts for visiting dignitaries.

Kleman, Acton

 

Shoemaker, Adams

 

Shoemaker

Hunzeker, E. Johnson

Levine

July 13 - 9:00 am

Budget reconciliation (all day)

Hunzeker, E. Johnson

Aug. 9 –11:00 am

1:30 pm

Joint meeting with Citizens Advisory Committee

Workshop on Strategic HealthCare Plan

Levine

Keel, C. Johnson

Aug. 23 – 1:30 pm

2:30 pm

Workshop on Traditional Neighborhood Development

Workshop on Fire Rescue staffing and response times

Shoemaker, Adams

Shoemaker, Nesmith

Aug. 24 – 6:30 pm

Town hall meeting in Plant City

Levine, Foerster

Aug. 30

Report with update on improvements for more efficient use of utility and energy measures. (Follow-up to report to BOCC on 1/19/00 on Local Action Plan)

Bean, Baier

Sept. 20

Report on Employee Suggestion Program

Hunzeker, Wall

Sept. 27 (1:30 pm)

Joint meeting with Planning Comm. (Bob Fielich presentation)

Hunter

Sept. 13, 27

(6:00 pm)

Budget public hearings

Hunzeker, E. Johnson

 

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6:00 P&GM Vendor Regulations

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9:00 BOCC Meeting (L)(CC)

 

 

 

 

6:00 Budget Public Hearing

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21

 

 

 

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6:00 Charter Review Board **

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23

8:30 Citizens Advisory Comm.**

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24

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8:00 A.M. and

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25

26

 

 

 

 

4:00 Expressway Authority *

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5:30 Planning Commission Public

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27

9:00 BOCC Land Use Mtg (L)(CC)

28

9:00 Budget Workshop (L)(CC)

(all day)

 


6:00 P/H Land Dev Code Amend

Changes (5 minutes) (L)(CC)

6:00 P/H Animal Services

Ordinance (L)(CC)

29

 

 

 

3:00 Nuisance Abatement Board **

5:00 State Attorney’s Office

Training **

30

9:00 Land Use Hearing Officer **

 

 

 

 

 

11:30 BOCC Replay on HTV

July 1

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8:00 A.M. and

11:30 P.M.

2

3

8:30 HARTline * (LC)(CC)

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H O L I D A Y

5

8:30 Public Transportation *

(L)(CC)

2:00 Management/Community

Services Team Mtg **

6:30 Animal Advisory Committee**

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6

9:00 Sign Appeals Board **

11:00 Natural Resources and

Landscaping Appeals Bd **

7

9:00 Land Use Appeals Board **

(LC)(CC)

 

 

 

 

11:30 BOCC Replay on HTV

8

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10

 

 

2:00 Planning Commission **

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4:00 Phosphate Hearing Master **

6:00 Zoning Hearing Master **

(LC)(CC)

11

9:00 BOCC Land Use (L)(CC)

 

 

6:00 Zoning Hearing Master **

(LC)(CC)

6:30 Consumer Protection Board **

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12

9:00 BOCC Meeting (L)(CC)

13

9:00 Budget Reconciliation (LC)(CC)

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6:00 Charter Review Board **

(LC)(CC)

14

9:00 Code Enforcement Board **

 

 

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11:30 BOCC Replay on HTV

15

BOCC Replay on HTV:

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11:30 P.M.

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6:00 Phosphate Hearing Master **

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6:30 Cable Advisory Committee **

(LC)(CC)

19

9:00 State Attorney’s Office/New

Legislation Review **

 

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8:00 Public Safety Coordinating

Council * (26th Floor)

9:00 Land Use Hearing Officer **

 

 

 

 

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