SEMINOLE COUNTY

BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS

 

AGENDA

TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 2004

COUNTY SERVICES BUILDING

BCC CHAMBERS – ROOM 1028

1101 EAST FIRST STREET

SANFORD, FLORIDA

Convene BCC Meeting at 9:30 A.M.

 
Opening Ceremonies

·        Invocation

·        Pledge of Allegiance

Awards and Presentations:

1.

Resolution – proclaiming February 17, 2004 as   “Step Up, Florida!” day to promote physical activity and healthy lifestyles. 

 

2.

Resolution – proclaiming the month of February 2004 as “Black History Month”.

 

Consent Agenda

·        County Manager’s Consent Agenda (Items No. 3 – 31)

 

County Manager (Kevin Grace)

3.

Confirm Appointment of Patti Michel, as Community Information Director, effective March 22, 2004.

Community Services (Phil Stalvey, Director)

Community Assistance (David Medley, Manager)

4.

Adopt the Seminole County Health Department Fee Resolution to insure proper fees are charged for its services.  Seminole County Health Department proposes to repeal and replace the current Fee Resolution 2002-R-180.  This Resolution includes revisions to existing services offered by the Seminole County Health Department.  (Bob Vitto)

       

 

Environmental Services (Bob Adolphe, Director)

Solid Waste Management (David Gregory)

5.

Approve and authorize Chairman to execute Certificate of Public Convenience and Necessity for the following companies:  Affordable Tires, Inc; Keller Outdoor, Inc.; Safety-Kleen Systems, Inc.; SP Recycling Corp.; and USA Services of Florida, Inc.

Fiscal Services (Lisa Spriggs, Director)

Budget (Lisa Spriggs)

6.

Authorize the Tax Collector to publish the 2003 Tax Delinquent Lists in the Seminole Herald at the rate of $0.70 per square inch for the first insertion and $0.40 per square inch for each subsequent insertion.

7.

BCR #04-13 – $65,000 – Public Works – Traffic Engineering – Fund: 11541 – 2001 Renewed Sales Tax Fund.  The intersection improvement project at CR 426 @ Old Mims Road is no longer necessary due to the completion of a similar intersection improvement project at the intersection of CR 426 @ Snowhill Road. Traffic Engineering requests the use of these funds ($65,000) for the purchase of longer span for the mastarm at the Bear Lake Road and SR 436 intersection.  This will allow the traffic signals to line up with the travel and turn lanes and comply with FDOT regulations.

8.

BCR #04-14 – $262,000 – Public Works – Traffic Engineering – Fund: 11541 – 2001 Renewed Sales Tax Fund.  Traffic Engineering projects relating to the upgrade of the Advanced Traffic Management System (ATMS) were input into the FY 03/04 Budget without identifying specific locations because they were unknown at the time the budget was being prepared.  Four locations have now been identified (SR 46, Howell Branch Road, Red Bug Lake Road and the Control Center at the Public Safety Building).  An accounting adjustment is requested to allocate funding to these specific projects.

9.

Budget Amendment Request, $25,000 – Public Safety: 11908 – Disaster Preparedness Grant Fund.  On October 2, 2003 Seminole County received a $25,000 grant for Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) training. Receipt of these funds was Board approved on BAR #2003-R-199 on November 18, 2003.  Upon receipt, these funds were inadvertently placed in the Emergency Management organization number which is in the General Fund.  Staff is requesting to move these funds into a separate organization number and Grant Fund (11908) for tracking purposes.

10.

Budget Amendment Request, $27,500 – Administrative Services: 00100 – General Fund.  Requests for proposal were taken from three paving contractors to overlay the existing asphalt, inclusive of parking lot striping and car stops, at the County Services Building to match the new asphalt that was laid as part of the recent paving and drainage project.  The low proposal was $25,000 from Orlando Paving Company.  Staff is requesting approval of $27,500 ($25,000 plus 10% contingency for cost over runs) amendment from General Fund Reserve for Contingency to fund the project.

11.

Budget Amendment Request, $250,000 – Public Works: 10101 – Transportation Trust Fund.  Pursuant to a Joint Participation Agreement approved during the 10/28/03 Seminole County Board of County Commissioners meeting, the FDOT has made $250,000 available towards the installation of landscaping improvements on State Road 426 from State Road 417 to Red Bug Lake Road.  Once installed, the landscaping will enhance visual aesthetics for the overall corridor, including the County’s Cross Seminole Trail which parallels this segment of SR 426.  This action establishes the necessary accounts in the Annual Budget to allow staff to proceed with implementation.

12.

Budget Amendment Request, $10,106 – Community Services: 00100 – General Fund name.  The County receives funding from the sale of the “Choose Life” license plates. Florida Statutes mandate that this revenue must be used to promote adoptions in Seminole County. This action recognizes $10,106 in previous year revenues that will be used to promote adoptions in Seminole County.  

MSBU (Kathryn Moore)

13.

Approve and authorize Chairman to execute the Satisfaction of Lien for Jon A. Harrison for final assessments for the Chula Vista Road Paving and Drainage Municipal Services Benefits Unit (Ordinance No. 97-94). 

Purchasing (Ray Hooper, Manager)

14.

Award CC-1222-03/TLC – Continuous Contacts for Public Works Minor Construction – Construction Costs less than $500,000.00 to Central Florida Environmental Corp., JCB Construction, Inc., American Persian Engineers & Contractors, Inc., and Schuller Contractors, Inc. (Not-to Exceed $5,000,000.00 per year for all contracts combined).

15.

Accept and authorize the Chairman to execute the Certificate of Final Completion for DB-606-01/BJC – I-4 Trail Overpass Design/Build Project, with Martin K. Eby Construction, Inc., Maitland (Certificate of Completion).

16.

Award RFP-4205-03/TLC – Insurance Brokerage Services for Seminole County to Arthur J. Gallagher & Co. – Orlando (6% Commission with a $100,000 Maximum).

17.

Award RFP-4198-03/PWM – Legal Services for Construction Claims and Litigation, to Kirwin Norris, P.A., Winter Park ($135.00 per hour – all inclusive blended hourly rate).

18.

Award RFP-4206-03/GMG – Concession Services Agreement for Seminole County Softball Complex, to Timothy and Pamela Grubbs, Apopka (15% commissions of gross receipts).

19.

Authorize Negotiations and Award Master Agreements for PS-5153-03/AJP – Master Agreement for Professional Services for Landscape Architecture and Irrigation Design Services to David Wickham & Associates, Inc.; Lake Mary; and Lucido & Sole Design of Orlando  (Not-to-Exceed $100,000.00/per year for both agreements combined).

20.

Approve Amendment #6 to PS-549-00/BJC – Architectural and Engineering Services for the Seminole County New Criminal Justice Center and Renovation of Existing Courthouse, with HKS Architects, Inc. of Tampa, FL (add $91,000.00 to Existing Courthouse Renovations).

21.

Approve Extension for A/B-378-99/GMG – Term Contract for Hot and Cold Asphaltic Concrete, with Orlando Paving Company, Orlando (Not-to-Exceed $3,500,000.00) (March 7, 2004 through March 6, 2005).

Planning & Development (Don Fisher, Director)

Development Review (Mahmoud Najda)

22.

Approve Final Plat for the Retreat at Wekiva – Phase 2 containing 119 single family residential lots zoned PUD (Planned Unit Development) on 31.09 acres located on the north side of Orange Boulevard approximately 800 feet northwesterly of North Oregon Street (Jim Rickman, Allen and Company).  District – 5 McLain  (Cynthia Sweet)

23.

Approve Final Plat for the Lake Forest Section 9A containing 23 single family residential lots zoned PUD on 13.2 acres within the Lake Forest Planned Unit Development located on the north side of SR 46, west of North Oregon Street, approximately one mile west of I-4 (Orlando Lake Forest Joint Venture, Richard D. Bavec, Senior Vice President). 

District – 5 McLain  (Cynthia Sweet)

24.

Approve Final Plat for the Lake Forest Section 9B containing 20 single family residential lots zoned PUD on 10.304 acres within the Lake Forest Planned Unit Development located on the north side of SR 46, west of North Oregon Street, approximately one mile west of I-4 (Orlando Lake Forest Joint Venture, Richard D. Bavec, Senior Vice President).  District – 5 McLain  (Cynthia Sweet)

25.

Adopt Resolution accepting the Warranty Deed and canceling property taxes for land donated as right-of-way on Elder Road from Michael B. Myers and Jacqueline M. Myers.  District – 5 McLain (Jean Abi-Aoun)

Public Safety (Ken Roberts, Director)

Emergency Management (Joseph H. McCluan)

26.

Approve and authorize Chairman to execute Memorandum of Understanding between the Seminole County School Board, the Seminole County Health Department and Seminole County for the use of School Board facilities as Points of Distribution for Strategic National Stockpile.

Public Works (Gary Johnson, Director)

Engineering (Jerry McCollum, County Engineer)

27.

Adopt Resolution accepting 2 Quit Claim Deeds (Andrew Leon Butler and Leuria Jean Butler; and Prince McKinney III, and Janice McKinney) to Seminole County for property necessary for roadway improvements to 2nd Avenue, Midway.  District – 5 McLain 

28

Adopt Resolution accepting a Quit Claim Deed (The Apostolic Church of Jesus, Inc.) to Seminole County for property necessary for roadway improvements to Ford Drive (east of Ronald Reagan Boulevard and north of Merritt Street.  District – 4 Henley

29.

Approve and authorize Chairman to execute the Sanford Airport Authority/Seminole County Interlocal Agreement relating to a new airport entrance on East Lake Mary Boulevard.  District – 5 McLain  (Kathleen Myer)

Road Operations/Stormwater (Mark Flomerfelt, Manager)

30.

Approve and authorize Chairman to execute Second Renewal to the Agreement between the St. Johns River Water Management District (SJRWMD) and Seminole County for the Seminole County Watershed Action Volunteer (WAV) Program Coordination.

Tourism Development Suzan Bunn)

31.

Approve and authorize Chairman to execute the Seminole Soccer Club Inc. Agreement with Seminole County in the amount of $20,000.

·       County Attorney’s Consent Agenda (Items No. 32 – 34)

 

 

Litigation

 

 

32.

Kelley Property – Approve proposed settlement in the amount of $3,500.00, inclusive of fees and costs, relating to a code enforcement lien accrued at 1920 Carrigan Avenue, Winter Park, Florida.  Judge McIntosh

 

 

33.

Korshak Property – Approve negotiated settlement relating to Parcel Numbers 109 and 709 of the Howell Branch Road road improvement project, located at 1885 Howell Branch Road, Casselberry, in the amount of $196,680.00, inclusive of land, severance damage, statutory interest, attorney fees and costs.  Judge McIntosh

 

 

34.

Hayes/Nordman Property – Approve negotiated settlement of attorney’s fees and costs relating to the denial of the order of take on Parcel Numbers 203 and 203B of the East Lake Mary Boulevard, Phase IIB road improvement project, located along Kentucky Street at the intersection of Brisson Avenue, in the amount of $22,092.00.  Judge Alley

 

 

Constitutional Officers Consent Agenda (Items No. 35 – 43)

  • Clerk’s Office (Maryanne Morse, Clerk of the Court)

35.

Expenditure Approval Lists dated January 20 and 27, 2004; and Payroll Approval List dated January 15, 2004.

36.

Satisfactions of Judgment/Bail Bond Liens

37.

Satisfactions of Judgment/Court Costs

38.

Approval of BCC Official Minutes dated January 13, 2004

39.

Clerk’s “received and filed” – for information only

  • Sheriff’s Office (Don Eslinger, Sheriff)

 

40.

Approve and authorize Chairman to execute Budget Amendment Request to enter the Vitamin Settlement Award for $50,000 into the Seminole County Sheriff’s Office budget.  Several states filed a multi-state price-fixing lawsuit against manufactures of vitamin products.  Seminole County Sheriff’s Office was awarded $50,000 to be split; $20,000 for child nutrition activities held by the Police Athletic League and $30,000 to a local non-profit (Pathways to Care) for feeding of medically underserved. (Penny Fleming)

41.

Approve and authorize Chairman to execute Budget Amendment Request increasing Sheriff’s Office FY 2003/2004 budget by $7,910 for unclaimed evidence funds in accordance with Section 705.105 Florida Statutes stating that unclaimed evidence funds become the property of the Sheriff’s Office.  (Penny Fleming) 

42.

Approve and authorize Chairman to execute Budget Amendment Request to transfer $750,000 in reserve funds allocated in the Sheriff’s FY 2003/2004 adopted budget to the Sheriff’s operating account for staffing and start-up expenses for the new Criminal Justice Facility.  (Penny Fleming)

43.

Authorize contribution of $200.00 from the Law Enforcement Trust Fund to the Rock Lake Middle School’s drug-free, alcohol-free eighth grade graduation celebration.  Request complies with Florida State Statutes, Chapter 932.7055(4) (a).  (Penny Fleming)

 

 

 

 

 

 

·        Legislative Update

·        Regular Agenda

44.

Final Site Plan – Approve the PCD Final Site Plan and Developer’s Commitment Agreement for approximately 1.09 acres located on the north side of SR 426, east of south SR 417 for the final phase of the Aloma Business Center Tract 2 (Winston-James Development).

District – 1 Maloy  (Tina Deater) 

45.

Appeal – Appeal of Building Contractor Examiners Board; Findings & Order (Scott Korbin and Cosmopolitan Homes, Inc).  (Tom Helle)

·        County Manager’s Briefing

 

46.

Dommerich Subdivision Wall – Update on the status of the wall construction for Howell Branch Road, Phase II in the Dommerich Hills Subdivision District – 4 Henley  (Jerry McCollum)

 

47.

Economic Element Proposed Text Amendment – Review  the proposed text amendments of the Economic Element of the Seminole County Comprehensive Plan:  Vision 2020 A Guide to the Journey Ahead (SCCP), integrating the adopted Economic Development Strategy for 2003 into the element.  (Cathleen Consoli)

 

48.

Buffering Techniques ­– Review of Fence and Wall Buffering Techniques.  District – 5 McLain (Mike Rumer)

 

49.

Proposed Elementary School – Brief Board on the proposed elementary school, using 15 acres of the 60-acre future Midway Regional Stormwater Facility Site on Celery Avenue.  (Mark Flomerfelt)

 

·       County Attorney’s Briefing

·        Recess BCC Meeting until 1:30 P.M.
 
·        Reconvene BCC Meeting at 1:30 P.M.

·        Public Hearing Agenda

·        Accept Proofs of Publication

·        Chairman’s statement of Public Hearing Rules and Procedures

 

Public Hearings:

 

50.

(continued from 1/13/04) Small Scale Land Use Amendment – from SE (Suburban Estates) to PD (Planned Development); and Rezone from A-1 (Agriculture District) to PUD (Planned Unit Development District) on 10.31 acres, located on the north side of Orange Boulevard, approximately 300 feet west of North Oregon Street (MI Homes/Eric Wills).  District – 5 McLain  (Jeff Hopper)

 

51.

Rezone – Adopt Ordinance and development order rezoning approximately .58 acres located on the southeast corner of the intersection of Florida Haven Drive and Maitland Avenue from RP (Residential Professional District) to OP (Office Professional District) (Mike Dipasqua).  District 4 – Henley  (Tina Deater)

52.

Rezone – from A-1 (Agriculture District) to R-1 (Single Family
Dwelling District); approximately 15.92 acres located on the east side of Orange Boulevard, 0.4 miles north of SR 46 (Deborah Hagen). 
District – 5 McLain  (Jeff Hopper)

 

53.

Non-Ad Valorem Assessments – Adopt Resolution Uniform Method of Collecting Non-Ad Valorem Assessments pursuant to Florida Statutes, Section 197.3632.  (Gail Bigelow)

 
Chairman’s Report
 
District Commissioner’s Report – District 4, 5, 1, 2 and 3.
 
Committee Reports
 

County Manager’s Report

 

Items for future Agenda – Commission, Staff, or Citizens

 

Adjourn BCC Meeting

 

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