SEMINOLE COUNTY

BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS

 

AGENDA

TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 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

 

 

Board of County Commissioners, acting as the U.S. Highway 17-92 Community Redevelopment Agency, to convene meeting.

 

1.

U.S. 17-92 Community Redevelopment Agency -  Request Community Redevelopment Agency authorization of Change Order #1 to M-368-03/BJC - Sanford Public Farmers Market approving a time extension of twenty-one (21) calendar days to the contract.  (Kevin Fall, CRA Coordinator)

 

 

Awards and Presentations:

 

2.

Resolution proclaiming the month of September as “Leukemia & Lymphoma Awareness Month”.

 

 

Consent Agenda

 

·        County Manager’s Consent Agenda (Items No. 3 – 24)

 

 

Administrative Services (Jamie Croteau, Director)

 

 

 

 

3.

Approve and authorize Chairman to execute the Third Party Administrator Services Contract (TPA) with Johns Eastern for the period of 10/01/03 through 09/30/06; and approval of contract with Gallagher Bassett Services, Inc. for the period of 10/01/03 through 03/14/04.  (Linda Eiland, Risk Manager)

     

 

 

 

Environmental Services (Bob Adolphe, Director)

 

Business Office (Bob Briggs, Manager)

 

4.

Approve and authorize Chairman to execute Release of Water and Sewer Capacity (265 gpd of water and 265 gpd of sewer) between Seminole County and Colonial Realty Limited Partnership for the project known as Colonial Town Park Building T1. District – 5 McLain (Becky Noggle, Sr. Coordinator)

 

Fiscal Services (Ray Hooper, Acting Director)

 

 

Administration

 

 

5.

Adopt Resolution approving the issuance by the Highlands County Health Facilities Authority of Bonds for purposes of Section 147(f) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986 as amended.

 

Budget (Amanda Mays, Manager)

 

6.

BCR #03-81 - $83,000 – Public Works – Roads/Stormwater – Fund: 13000 – Stormwater Fund. An accounting adjustment is requested to establish the Northwestern Avenue and Horselovers Lane Stormwater Projects.  Funding to set up these projects is available from the Little Wekiva Basin Project.

 

6A.

BCR #03-63 - $130,000 – Administrative Services – Facilities Maintenance – Fund: 00100 – General Fund. Transfer of funds to provide for chemical cleaning and sealing of the entire exterior of the Courthouse and Courthouse Annex.  The caulked joints were done during original construction over 30 years ago and have deteriorated to the point that they can no longer maintain waterproof integrity.

 

Purchasing (Ray Hooper, Manager)

 

7.

Award RFP-4186-03/JVP – LAN/WAN Intrusion Security Services for Seminole County, to Coleman Technologies, Inc. of Orlando (Not-to-Exceed $200,000.00 per year).

 

8.

Award IFB-3073-03/GMG –Term Contract for the Purchase of Ford Light to Medium Duty Vehicles, to Don Reid Ford, Maitland (Not-to-Exceed $1,000,000.00/year).

 

9.

Award IFB-3074-03/GMG –Term Contract for the Purchase of Chevrolet Mini Vans, to Bill Heard Chevrolet, Sanford (Not-to-Exceed $100,000.00/year).

 

9A.

Award BID-293-03/GMG – Cleaning and caulking of exterior of County Courthouse and Annex Buildings to AFP/A Fusion Painting, Inc., Miami, ($110,940.00).

 

Library & Leisure Services (Suzy Goldman, Director)

 

10.

Approve and authorize Chairman to execute State Aid Application and Grant Agreement for FY 2003/04 State Aid to Libraries in accordance with Florida Statutes, Section 257.17.

 

11.

Approve proposed opening hours for Museum of Seminole County History.

 

     

 

12.

Approve renaming of Mullet Lake Park to Henry Levy Mullet Lake Park.

Parks & Recreation (Joe Gasparini)

13.

Approve submission for Parks and Recreation Manager to execute the Florida Recreation Development Assistance Program (FRDAP) Grant application for the Snowhill Road Trail Head in the amount of $75,000.

Planning & Development (Don Fisher, Director)

Community Resources (Colleen Rotella, Manager)

14.

Approve and authorize the Chairman to execute four (4) Satisfactions of Second Mortgage for households assisted under the SHIP Program’s Home Ownership Assistance Program. (Annie Knight)

Development Review (Mahmoud Najda)

15.

Adopt Resolution to vacate and abandon an exclusive access easement granted to Seminole County in 1986 located at S.R. 436 and Pearl Street (Andrew Reiff, Esq., on behalf of Vu Nguyen and Paulilia Huynh).  District – 4 Henley (Michael Rumer, Planner)

16.

Approve Final Plat for Oakhurst Reserve Unit Two; located on the north side of Red Bug Road approximately 1/8 mile west of Dodd Road, Casselberry (Pulte Homes Corporation). District – 2 Morris

(Mike Rumer, Planner)

17.

Approve Final Plat for Dunwoody Commons Phase 1 for 48 townhouse units on 6.219 acres located on West SR 46 at North Oregon Street (Pulte Homes Corporation).  District – 5 McLain  (Denny Gibbs, Planner)

18.

Authorize release of Performance Bonds (1) No. B21847192 (Gulf Insurance Company); in the amount of $559,910.45 (roads) dated 05/20/2002 for Lake Forest Section 16; (2) Performance Bond No. B21847191(Gulf Insurance Company); in the amount of $305,460.10 (water and sewer) dated 05/20/2002 for Lake Forest Section 16; (3) Performance Bond No. B21861048 (Gulf Insurance Company); in the amount of $198,242.00 (roads) dated 08/06/2002 for Lake Forest Section 18; (4) Performance Bond No. B21861049 (Gulf Insurance Company); in the amount of $46,906.20 (water and sewer) dated 08/06/2002 for Lake Forest Section 18; (5) Performance Bond No. B21861317 (Gulf Insurance Company); in the amount of $259,292.17 (roads) dated 10/24/2002 for Lake Forest Section 19; and (6) Performance Bond No. B21861316 (Gulf Insurance Company); in the amount of $22,092.40 (water and sewer) dated 10/24/2002 for Lake Forest Section 19.   District – 5 McLain  (Cynthia Sweet)

Planning (Matt West, Manager)

19.

Request authorization to schedule and advertise Public Hearings to consider amendments to the Seminole County Land Development Code, Chapter 60 Arbor Regulations.  (Francisco Torregrosa)

20.

Request authorization to schedule and advertise Public Hearings to consider amendments to the Seminole County Land Development Code, Chapter 2 – Definitions and Chapter 30 – Lighting Ordinance.  (Francisco Torregrosa)

 

 

 

 

21.

Approve request for Special Event Permit for a fundraiser to be held on the south side of Myrtle Street, approximately 1,000 feet east of Nolan Avenue (North Lake Jesup Community, Inc., Robert Jasmin). 

District – 5 McLain  (Cathleen Consoli, Sr. Planner)

Public Safety (Ken Roberts, Director)

Emergency Management (Joe McCluan)

22.

Approve and authorize Chairman to execute the School Window Protection Agreement between the State Department of Community Affairs and Seminole County.

23.

Approve and authorize Chairman to execute the Emergency Management Preparedness and Assistance Trust Fund Base Grant agreement between State of Florida Department of Community Affairs and Seminole County to receive a non-matching grant of $102,959.00.

EMS/Fire/Rescue (Terry Schenk)

24.

Approve and authorize Chairman to execute revised grant application to share with Orange County the Mobile Car Seat Check-Up Van for SAFE KIDS Seminole County Coalition.

 

·       County Attorney’s Consent Agenda (Items No. 25 – 33)

 

Property Acquisition

25.

Harman Property ­– Approve and execute Purchase Agreement relating to Parcel Numbers 218/818 of the East Lake Mary Boulevard, Phase IIB road improvement project, located at 3740 Bridges Road in the amount of $53,000.00 with no attorney’s fees or expert costs incurred.

 

 

26.

Estate of Friedrich and Elizabeth Schmidt Property  - Approve and execute Purchase Agreement relating to Parcel Numbers 223/823 of the East Lake Mary Boulevard, Phase IIB road improvement project, located at the corner of Cameron Avenue and Moore’s Station Road, in the amount of $40,200.00, inclusive of attorney’s fees and costs.

 

 

27.

Sawyer Property – Approve and execute Purchase Agreement relating to Parcel Numbers 209/709/809 of the East Lake Mary Boulevard, Phase IIB road improvement project, located at 4030 Chickasaw Drive, in the amount of $39,500.00, inclusive of attorney’s fees and costs.

 

 

28.

Rokowski/Pooser Property – Approve and execute Purchase Agreement relating to parent track of Parcel Number 145 of the Lake Drive road improvement project, located at 1821 Lake Drive 50 feet west of Sunset Road, for a whole take amount of $132,500.00, with no fees or expenses incurred.

 

 

29.

Jones Property  - Approve and execute Purchase Agreement and Agreement for Extended Possession for relocation purposes relating to Parcel Number 150 of the Lake Drive road improvement project, located at 1438 Azalea Avenue, for a whole take amount of $150,000.00, with no fees or expenses incurred.

 

 

 

Other:

30.

Alcoholic Beverage Sales Ordinance – Approve advertising of the proposed Alcoholic Beverage Sales Ordinance for Public Hearing as requested by Sheriff’s Office.

 

 

Litigation

31.

American Bronze Fine Art Foundry, Inc.’s, Property – Approve proposed amended settlement relating to Parcel Number 102 of the East Lake Mary Boulevard Segment I road improvement project, located on the north side of East Lake Mary Boulevard, 1,000 feet east of County Road 427, in an additional amount of $2,338.29.  Judge Alley

 

 

32.

Silver Lake Realty Company Property – Approve mediated settlement relating to Parcel Number 103 of the East Lake Mary Boulevard, Segment I road improvement project, located at 1770 East Lake Mary Boulevard, in the amount of $570,000.00, inclusive of land value, severance damage, and statutory interest.  Attorney fees for benefit obtained are statutorily set at $29,576.25.  Judge McIntosh

 

 

33.

Floyd Family Trust Property – Approve proposed negotiated settlement relating to Parcel Numbers 134, 734 and 834 of the Dodd Road road improvement project, located at 1491 Dodd Road, in the amount of $37,336.30 for expert costs.  Judge Simmons

 

Constitutional Officers Consent Agenda (Items No. 34 – 41)

 

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

 

34.

Expenditure Approval Lists dated August 19 & 26, 2003; and Payroll Approval List dated August 14, 2003.

35.

Satisfaction of Judgment/Bail Bond Lien.

36.

Satisfaction of Judgment/Application of Indigency Fee.

37.

Approval of Official Minutes dated August 12, 2003.

38.

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

 

 

  • Sheriff’s Office (Don Eslinger, Sheriff)

 

 

 

 

 

39.

Approve and authorize Chairman to execute the Federal COPS grant to recognize the addition of eight (8) new Deputy Sheriff positions to the Sheriff’s Office Budget, increasing the Sheriff’s Office FY 2003/04 budget by $200,000 and General Fund grant revenues by an equivalent amount.  (Chief Penny Fleming)

40.

Approve and authorize Chairman to execute State of Florida Department of Transportation grant to recognize the addition of two (2) new Deputy Sheriff positions and increase the Sheriff’s Office FY 2003/04 budget by $92,286 and General Fund grant revenues by an equivalent amount.  (Chief Penny Fleming)

41.

Approve and authorize Chairman to execute the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives Grant Award in the amount of $79,097 to Seminole County Sheriff’s Office budget to administer, present and deliver the Gang Resistance Education and Training program. (Chief Penny Fleming)

 

 

·        Regular Agenda

 

42.

Orlando Regional Medical Center (ORMC) Level I Trauma Center Funding – Request Board direction on allocating funds from the FY 2003/2004 General Fund Budget to ORMC’s Level I Trauma Center.

 

 

43.

Final Master Plan and Developer’s Commitment Agreement – Approve and authorize Chairman to execute the Final Master Plan and Developer’s Commitment Agreement for Mikler/Chapman PUD located on the northeast corner of Mikler Road and Chapman Road (Bill Rigsby).  District – 1 Maloy  (Jeff Hopper, Senior Planner)

 

 

44.

Refinancing the Tourist Development Tax Bonds – Request authorization to proceed and select a Bank for refinancing of the County’s Tourist Development Tax Bonds.  (Ray Hooper)

 

 

45.

Landscaping on Major County Roadway Projects – Approve landscape criteria as outlined for Major County Roadway Projects.  (Jerry McCollum)

 

 

·        County Manager’s Briefing

 

46.

Expansion of Softball Fields at Soldier’s Creek Park – Staff requests Board direction on request from Seminole Softball Club for expansion of softball fields at Soldier’s Creek Park.  (Suzy Goldman)

 

 

47.

Dori Slosberg Driver Education Safety Act – Staff requests Board direction on Ordinance implementing the Dori Slosberg Driver Education Safety Act to help fund Traffic Education Programs in Seminole County.  (Sally Sherman)

48.

Joint Planning Agreement with City of Sanford –Staff requests Board direction on draft Joint Planning Agreement with City of Sanford.  (Matt West)

 

 

·       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:

 

 

49.

(continued from August 26, 2003) 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 a college/university 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)

 

 

50.

Amendment of the Land Development Code and Code of Ordinances of Seminole County - Adopt Resolution regarding the timing of impact fee payment and water and sewer connection fees. (Ginny Markley)

 

 

Chairman’s Report

 

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

 

   

 

County Manager’s Report
 
·        Recess BCC Meeting until 7:00 P.M.
 
·        Reconvene BCC Meeting at 7:00 P.M.

 

 

Public Hearings:

 

 

51.

(continued from August 26, 2003) 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)

 

 

52.

Rezone - from A-1 (Agriculture) to R-1A (Single Family Dwelling District) on approximately three acres located on the east side of Vihlen Road, ½ mile north of CR-46A, (Robert Dollard).  District 5 – McLain  (Jeff Hopper, Senior Planner)

 

 

53.

Rezone – from OP (Office Professional) to PCD (Planned Commercial Development) on 1.8 acres on the east side of Tuskawilla Road, ¼ mile north of Red Bug Lake Road, subject to conditions listed in the development order, (Paul Partyka).  District – 2 Morris  (Jeff Hopper, Senior Planner)

 

 

Items for future Agenda – Commission, Staff, or Citizens

 

 

Adjourn BCC Meeting

 

PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES NEEDING ASSISTANCE TO PARTICIPATE IN ANY OF THESE PROCEEDINGS SHOULD CONTACT THE HUMAN RESOURCES DEPARTMENT, ADA COORDINATOR 48 HOURS IN ADVANCE OF THE MEETING AT 407-665-7941.

 

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.