SEMINOLE COUNTY

BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS

 

AGENDA

TUESDAY, AUGUST 26, 2003

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  acknowledging the recipients of the 2003 Seminole County Industry Recognition Award; to be presented at the “2003 Industry Recognition Luncheon” to be held on September 19, 2003.

 

 

Consent Agenda

 

·        County Manager’s Consent Agenda (Items No. 2 – 34)

 

 

 

County Manager (Kevin Grace)

 

2.

Confirm Appointment of Lisa H. Spriggs, as Director of Fiscal Services, effective September 15, 2003. 

 

Administrative Services (Jamie Croteau, Director)

 

3.

Approve request to declare surplus and competitively bid County owned .35 acre of vacant land identified as parcel 23-21-30-5LT-0000-0460, located at 1136 Valley Creek Run, Winter Park.  The Property Appraiser’s assessed value is $14,400 which is being proposed as the minimum bid.  District -1 Maloy  (Meloney Lung, Manager)

 

3A.

Approve and authorize Chairman to execute Addendum A to lease with Sanford Airport Authority for Supervisor of Elections lease space. 

District – 5 McLain (Meloney Lung, Manager)

 

Community Services (Phil Stalvey, Director)

 

4.

Approve and authorize Chairman to execute the Third Renewal and Amendment to County of Volusia Interlocal Agreement for Medical Examiner Services to Seminole County, Florida.

     

 

 

 

Environmental Services (Bob Adolphe, Director)

 

5.

Approve and authorize Chairman to execute the Eighth Renewal of the Agreement with the St. Johns River Water Management District (SJRWMD) for participation in the abandoned artesian well program. (Gary Rudolph, Utilities Manager)

 

Fiscal Services (Ray Hooper, Acting Director)

 

Administration

 

6.

Approve and authorize Chairman to amend the Department of Library and Leisure Services Fee Resolution. (Lin Polk)

Budget (Amanda Mays, Manager)

7.

BCR #03-72 – $25,000 – Public Works – Road Operations / Stormwater – Fund: 13000 – Stormwater Fund.  Based on an agreement between Seminole County and the St. Johns River Water Management District (SJRWMD) approval by the Board of County Commissioners on May 12, 2001, the SJRWMD agreed to fund a portion of the Celery Avenue (Midway) Regional Stormwater Facility not to exceed $25,000.  This $25,000 was received on July 15, 2003 and will offset this transfer from Stormwater Reserve.  The balance of Stormwater Reserves Water after the transfer will be $671,291.

8.

BCR #03-75 – $50,583 – Public Safety – EMS/Fire/Rescue – Fund: 12801 – Fire Impact Fund.   Staff requests this transfer of funds to the roads improvements account line for the purchase of traffic preemption devices, which were inadvertently budgeted to the Capital machinery and Equipment account line.

9.

BCR #03-76 – $120,000 – Public Works – Engineering – Fund: 11541 – 2001 Sales Tax Fund.   A transfer of funds is needed to establish a sidewalk project in Geneva.  The sidewalk will be along 1st (SR 46 to Avenue ‘C’) and along Avenue ‘C’ (from 1st Street to old Geneva Road).  Funding for this project is available from the sidewalk construction contingency project.

10.

BCR #03-77 – $400,000 – Public Safety – EMS/Fire/Rescue – Fund: 11200 – Fire Protection Fund.   This transfer is requested to move funds from the regular salary line to the overtime line to accommodate the minimum staffing requirement of emergency units for the remainder of the fiscal year.

11.

BCR #03-78 – $500,000 – Public Works – Road Operations/Stormwater – Fund: 13000 – Stormwater Fund.   This is an accounting adjustment to transfer $500,000 of St Johns River Water Management District (SJRWD) funding originally allocated to the Little Econ/Crane Strand Retrofit Project.  This project was cancelled by the SJRWMD and funding has been redirected to the Mellonville Avenue Retrofit Project.  There is also a Budget Amendment Request on this agenda allocating $1,000,000 to this project.

12.

BCR #03-79 – $24,595 – Judicial – Circuit Court Facilities Fees – Fund: 12402 – Circuit Court Facilities Fees Fund.   Staff requests this transfer of funds to secure the purchases of a multi-media Smart Cart for the Juvenile Justice Center, a JAVS IP to ISDN network device to allow cost effective connection to remote sites and a Net Tool Inline Network Tester to allow for time efficient resolution of network connectivity. (Funded from Circuit Court Facilities Fees).

13.

BCR #03-80 - $312,300 – Administrative Services – Facilities Maintenance – Fund:  00100 – General Fund.  A transfer is requested for end of year close-out of various projects, some are safety related and some are at the request of the BCC.  The projects include replacing carpet at the County Services Building and Public Safety Building; replace/upgrade of irrigation and landscaping at the Public Safety Building and repair of water leaks at the Courthouse.

14.

Budget Amendment Request, $1,000,000 – Department: Public Works –  13000 – Stormwater Fund.   Based on the Agreement between Seminole County and the St. Johns River Water Management District (SJRWMD) approved by the Board of County Commissioners on July 22, 2003, the SJRWMD will reimburse the County $1,500,000 for the Lake Jesup Basin/Mellonville Avenue Retrofit Project.  $1,000,000 is allocated to this project by this Budget Amendment Request and the balance of $500,000 is allocated by a Budget Change Request (also on this agenda).

MSBU (Kathy Moore)

15.

Approve and authorize Chairman to execute Satisfaction of Lien for Michael A. and Kathleen S. Wright for the Chula Vista Road Paving and Drainage. (Gail Bigelow)

Purchasing (Ray Hooper, Manager)

16.

Award CC-1215-03/TLC – Removal/Construction of Concrete Sidewalk, Curb Cut Ramps, Curb and Gutter within Various Areas of Seminole County to P.L.A.N. Estimating Services of Palm Coast as primary and Gibbs & Register, Inc. of Winter Garden as secondary (Not-to-Exceed $1,500,000.00 per year).

17.

Award RFP-4197-03/PWM – Irrigation Evaluation Services, to Clear Water Products & Services, Inc. of Winter Springs (Not-to-Exceed $50,000.00/per year).

18.

Approve Amendment #1 to Work Order #2 to RFP-4108-01/BJC – Owner’s Representation Services Agreement for the Juvenile Justice Center Expansion and Renovation, with ZHA Inc., Orlando ($15,000.00).

19.

Approve Amendment #2 to A/B-3021-01/GG – Team Contract for Traffic Signals and Systems, with Traffic Control Devices, Altamonte Springs (Primary) and Chinchor Electric, Enterprise (Secondary) (Increase the Not-to-Exceed amount to $2,246,204.18 per year).

 

 

 

 

Information Technologies (Chris Grasso, Director)

Telecommunications (Greg Holcomb)

20.

Approve and authorize Chairman to execute the Shared Public Service Radio Communications Facilities Interlocal Agreement as set forth in the terms and conditions associated with the provisions for enhanced public safety and emergency radio services.

Library & Leisure Services (Suzy Goldman, Director)

21.

Approve Seminole County’s participation in the Golden Age Games as a site sponsor for the tennis activities to be held at Sylvan Lake Park.

Planning & Development (Don Fisher, Director)

Building and Fire (Larry Goldman)

22.

Approve and authorize chairman to execute the Flood Mitigation Sub Grant Extension Modification #1 as provided by the State of Florida Department of Community Affairs (Allan Wright)   District 5 – McLain  (Tom Forbes)

Community Resources (Colleen Rotella, Manager)

23.

Adopt Resolution naming an unnamed right of way to Sharps Settlement Lane pursuant to established street naming procedures set forth in the Seminole County Ordinance 2000-22.  District 5 – McLain  (Maggie Ketcham)

24.

Approve and authorize Chairman to execute (6) Satisfactions of Second Mortgage for households assisted under the SHIP Program’s Home Ownership Assistance Program.  (Annie Knight)

Development Review (Mahmoud Najda, Manager)

25.

Approve Plat for the Wal-Mart Neighborhood Market at Red Bug Village located at the northeast corner of Red Bug Lake Road and Dodd Road East in Winter Springs (Wal-Mart Stores East, LP).  District 1 – Maloy  (Mike Rumer)

26.

Approve Final Plat for Ashford Park Townhomes on a 15.197 acre parcel within the Trinity Retail Center located at the south end of Tuskawilla Road and south side of Aloma Avenue (SR 426) and approximately ¼ mile west of SR 417 (Centex Homes, Jill Galdeiri).  District 1 – Maloy (Cynthia Sweet)

27.

Approve Minor Plat for Mystic Cove on a 14.61 acre parcel within the Mystic Cove Planned Unit Development located on the north side of Aloma Avenue (SR 426) and approximately 283 +/- feet east of SR 417 (Fox Chase Partners, Ltd., Steve Joos).  District 1- Maloy (Cynthia Sweet)

Public Safety (Ken Roberts, Director)

Emergency Management (Joseph McCluan)

28.

Approve and authorize Chairman to execute Memorandum of Understanding between Seminole County Community College and Seminole County for Dependent Care Shelter.

 

 

   

 

29.

Approve and authorize Chairman to execute the Hazards Analysis Grant between the Florida Department of Community Affairs and Seminole County. 

Public Works (Gary Johnson, Director)

Engineering (Jerry McCollum, County Engineer)

30.

Approve and authorize Chairman to execute Consent Order in conjunction with St. Johns River Water Management District (SJRWMD) Permit Nos. 4-117-22268-2 and 4-117-22268-3 for County Road 419, Phases I and II Project.  Districts 1 and 2 - Commissioners Maloy and Morris

Road Operations/Stormwater (Mark Flomerfelt, Manager)

31.

Approve and authorize Chairman to execute Fourth Amendment to the Agreement between St. Johns River Water Management District (SJRWMD) and Seminole County for Little Econlockhatchee River-  Crane Strand System Retrofit Project and Stormwater Park. 

32.

Approve and authorize Chairman to execute Agreement between St. Johns River Water Management District (SJRWMD) and Seminole County for receipt of up to $250,000 from the St. Johns River Water Management District for the Cassel Creek Stormwater Management and Investigation Facility. 

33.

Approve and authorize Chairman to execute the Permanent Drainage Easement and Temporary Construction Easement Agreement from Karen S. Snyder.  District -1 Maloy

34.

Approve acceptance of the Drainage Easement Agreement from Larry E. Powers and Theresa Powers for dedicated legal access and maintenance of a drainage system for the Palms Springs Road Paving Project.  District -3 Van Der Weide

 

·       County Attorney’s Consent Agenda (Items No. 35 -  37)

 

Property Acquisition

35.

Jackson Property -  Approve and execute purchase agreement relating to the parent tract of Parcel Numbers 148/748 of the Lake Drive road improvement project, located at 1439 Azalea Avenue, Casselberry, in the amount of $140,000.00, a negotiated whole take with no fees or expenses incurred.

36.

Adopt First Supplemental and First Amended Resolution of Necessity relating to the Lake Drive road improvement project (from Seminola Boulevard to Tuskawilla Road).

 

 

Litigation

37.

Floyd Property - Approve proposed settlement of expert costs relating to Parcel Number 135 and 735 of the Dodd Road road improvement project, located at 1401 Dodd Road, in the amount of $4,347.00.  Judge Simmons

Constitutional Officers Consent Agenda (Items No. 38 – 48)

 

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

 

38.

Expenditure Approval Lists dated August 5 & 12, 2003; and Payroll Approval List dated July 31, 2003.

39.

Satisfactions of Judgment/Court Costs & Application of Indigency Fee.

40.

Satisfactions of Judgment/Bail Bond Liens.

41.

Satisfactions of Judgment/Public Defender Liens.

42.

Request for Destruction of Records.

43.

Approval of Official Minutes dated July 22 & 25, 2003.

44.

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

 

  • Sheriff’s Office (Don Eslinger, Sheriff)

 

 

45.

Approve Budget Amendment to the Drug Trust Fund for $10,000 in matching funds to be used in support of the Sheriff’s Office grant programs.  These funds were not included in the Sheriff’s Office budget submission for fiscal year 02/03 and we are requesting the Budget Amendment Request to reflect these funds in the Sheriff’s 02/03 budget. Funds will be used in support of Homeland Security Operations.  (Chief Penny Fleming)

46.

Approve and authorize Chairman to execute the Certificate of Acceptance for the Florida Department of Law Enforcement Residential Substance Abuse Treatment (RSAT) Program.  (Chief Penny Fleming)

47.

Approve Submission of the Federal Bureau of Justice Assistance Grant application by the Sheriff’s Office for the purpose of reducing crime and improving public safety.  The minimum 10% match is already included in the Sheriff’s 2003/2004 budget submission.  (Chief Penny Fleming)

48.

Approve and authorize Chairman to execute Budget Amendment Request recognizing the Florida Legislature Grant Appropriations for Child Protective Investigations.  (Chief Penny Fleming)

 

 

·       County Attorney’s Regular Agenda (Item No. 49)

 

 

49.

Proposed Property Exchange – Adopt Resolution authorizing an exchange of property with BDC Markham, Ltd., and authorize the Chairman to execute the Disclaimer and Relinquishment of Interest in Real Property.

 

·       County Manager’s Regular Agenda (Items No. 50 – 52)

 

50.

AppealKenneth Coyne appeal of the Findings & Order of the Building Contractor Examiners Board.  (Tom Helle)

51.

Water and Sewer Rate Resolution – Adopt utility rates and provide an effective date to initiate billing. (Bob Briggs)

 

 

52.

Fire/Rescue Emergency Training Center Purchase - Approval to prepare a contract to purchase property located at 201Valentine Way, Longwood Florida for use as a Fire/Rescue Emergency Training Center for $2.375 million utilizing funds from the Fire/Rescue MSTU. (Terry L. Schenk)

 

 

52A.

Appeal – against the Board of Adjustment’s decision to affirm the Planning Manager’s denial of a boathouse and dock permit, prior to the construction of a single-family residence in the A-10, A-5 & A-3 (Rural Zoning Classification Districts); (David E. Axel).  (Earnest McDonald)

·        County Manager’s Briefing

 

·       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:

 

 

53.

Seminole County Port Authority – Proposed Fiscal Year 2003/04 Budget.

 

 

54.

Major Amendment to PCD  – Applicant requests Major Amendment to PCD  (Planned Commercial Development) located on the southwest corner of State Road 426 and Chapman Road Walgreens.  (Preston Bolt)  District 1 – Maloy  (Cathleen Consoli)

 

 

55.

Small Scale Land Use Amendment  from Recreation to Industrial and Rezone from A-1 (Agriculture) to C-3 (General Commercial and Wholesale District) Bill Ray Nissan car dealership expansion located on North US 17-92 for approximately 4.5 acres (R & R Investments, LLC, William D. Ray Jr.)  District – 2 Morris  (Cathleen Consoli, Senior Planner).

56.

Rezone approximately 1.26 acres from A-1 (Agriculture) to PLI (Public Lands and Institutions) located on the south side of CR 427 approximately 300 feet west of Hester Avenue for Kid’s House of Seminole County.  District -5 McLain  (Cathleen Consoli)

 

 

57.

Rezone from A-1 (Agriculture) to PLI (Public Lands and Institutions) for approximately 2.3 acres located on the north side of Narcissus Avenue approximately 700 feet west of Monroe Road (Mellich Blenden Engineering, Steve Mellich).  District 5 – McLain  (Francisco Torregrosa, Planner)

 

 

58.

Amendment to the HIBC  Development Agreement ­– Amendment to the DRI Development Order and rezoning from PUD (Planned Unit Development) to PUD (Planned Unit Development) and amendment to the PUD Final Master Plan and Developer’s Commitment Agreement for the HIBC DRI and PUD to allow for a community college campus accompanying office space on Tract B of the HIBC located on the west side of I-4 immediately north of the I-4 and Lake Mary Boulevard Interchange, on properties extending north along International Parkway to CR 46A (Miranda Fitzgerald)  District 5 – McLain  (Tony Matthews)

 

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

 

County Manager’s Report

 

 

 

·        Recess BCC Meeting until 7:00 P.M.

 

 

 

·        Reconvene BCC Meeting at 7:00 P.M.

 

   

 

Public Hearings:

59.

(continued from 9/24/02 and 3/11/03) Large Scale Land Use Amendment from Suburban Estates to Low Density Residential to the Florida Department of Community Affairs (DCA) for 60 +/- acres located on two tracts of land (1) north of Myrtle Street, approximately 0.25 miles east of Noland Road; and (2) south of Myrtle Street and west of Noland Road  (Ann Esterson and Henry Schumacher).  District 5 – McLain  (Tony Walter)

 

 

60.

Comprehensive Plan Amendment Transmittal of the proposed text amendments to the Seminole County Comprehensive Plan (Vision 2020 Plan) to ensure compatible land uses adjacent to the Orlando Sanford International Airport.  District 5 – McLain  (Tony Matthews, Principal Planner)

 

 

61.

Rezone from A-1 (Agriculture) to R-1AAA (Single Family Dwelling District) on 5.1 acres located on the north side of Gabriella Lane, ½ mile west of Tuskawilla Road (Jay Bartfield).  District 1 – Maloy  (Jeff Hopper, Senior Planner)

 

 

62.

Small Scale Land Use Amendment  - from Suburban Estates (SE) to Planned Development (PD) and Rezone from A-1 (Agriculture) to PUD (Planned Unit Development); located on the west side of I-4 approximately 600 feet south of E.E. Williamson Road.  District – 3 Van Der Weide  (Cathleen Consoli, Senior Planner)

 

 

63.

Large Scale Land Use Amendment  - Transmit an Administrative Comprehensive Plan Amendment from Suburban Estates to Low Density Residential and Mixed Development for approximately 610 acres to the Florida Department of Community Affairs, located on the north and south sides of Celery Avenue.  District – 5 McLain  (Matthew West)

Items for future Agenda – Commission, Staff, or Citizens
Adjourn BCC Meeting
 

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FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION REGARDING THIS NOTICE, PLEASE CONTACT THE COUNTY MANAGER’S OFFICE, AT 407-665-7219.  PERSONS ARE ADVISED THAT, IF THEY DECIDE TO APPEAL DECISIONS MADE AT THESE MEETINGS / HEARINGS, THEY WILL NEED A RECORD OF THE PROCEEDINGS AND FOR SUCH PURPOSE, THEY MAY NEED TO INSURE THAT A VERBATIM RECORD OF THE PROCEEDINGS IS MADE, WHICH INCLUDES THE TESTIMONY AND EVIDENCE UPON WHICH THE APPEAL IS TO BE BASED, PER SECTION 286.0105, FLORIDA STATUTES.