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Brevard County Regular Board Meeting
Tuesday, July 11, 2017, 05:00pm

AGENDA

MEETING OF THE BREVARD COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS GOVERNING BOARD OF THE BREVARD MOSQUITO CONTROL DISTRICT GOVERNING BOARD OF THE BAREFOOT BAY WATER AND SEWER DISTRICT Government Center Commission Room, Building C
2725 Judge Fran Jamieson Way
Viera, Florida

July 11, 2017

IF YOU WISH TO SPEAK TO ANY ITEM ON THE AGENDA, PLEASE FILL OUT A SPEAKER CARD. PERSONS ADDRESSING THE BOARD SHALL HAVE FIVE MINUTES TO COMPLETE HIS/HER COMMENTS ON EACH AGENDA ITEM FOR WHICH HE/SHE HAS FILLED OUT A CARD.

THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS REQUESTS THAT SPEAKERS APPEARING UNDER THE PUBLIC COMMENT SECTION OF THE AGENDA LIMIT THEIR COMMENTS AND/OR PRESENTATIONS TO MATTERS UNDER THE BOARD’S JURISDICTION. IT IS THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE CHAIRMAN TO DETERMINE THE TIME LIMIT ON COMMENTS UNDER PUBLIC COMMENT.

5:00 p.m.

CALL TO ORDER

*INVOCATION BY: Pastor Steve Goodner, Rocket Town Church, Titusville (District 1)

PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE: Commissioner Curt Smith, District 4

*MINUTES FOR APPROVAL: April 25, 2017, May 9, 2017, and May 23, 2017 Regular Meeting Minutes; April 27, 2017, May 9, 2017, and May 11, 2017 Special Meeting Minutes;

and May 4, 2017 Zoning Meeting Minutes

RESOLUTIONS, AWARDS AND PRESENTATIONS

  1. Resolution, Re: Proclaiming the Month of July 2017 as Parks and Recreation Month (District 4)

  2. Resolution, Re: Requesting the United States Congress to Refrain from Extending Statehood to the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico (District 3)

*C. Resolution, Re: Recognizing Judge Majeed for His Service to the People of Brevard County; and Honoring Him on the Occasion of His Retirement (District 4)

I.

*Revised 7/07/17 2:00 p.m.

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II.

CONSENT AGENDA (The entire Consent Agenda will be passed in one motion to include everything under Section II.)

A.

Development and Environmental Services Group

Natural Resources Management Department
*1. Approval, Re: Mosquito Control Tentative Detailed Work Plan

Budget for FY 2017-2018 (Districts 1-5)

Planning and Development

  1. Final Plat and Contract Approval, Re: Kerrington at Addison Village, Phase 2 – The Viera Company (District 4)

  2. Final Plat and Contract Approval, Re: Loren Cove at Addison Village, Phase 2 – The Viera Company (District 4)

  3. Approval, Re: Disbursement of Educational Facilities Impact Fees (Districts 1-5)

  4. Final Plat and Contract Approval, Re: Viera Town Center I – The Viera Company (District 4)

    Public Works Department

  5. Resolution, Contract for Sale and Purchase, and Specific Purpose Easement with Synergistic Satellite, Inc., Re: Additional Land Needed Related to Improvements to Lift Station S-07, and Relocation of a Gate Post (District 4) (Fiscal Impact: $3,400)

  6. Interlocal Agreement with City of Melbourne, Re: Utility Deactivation and Installation at Pineda Causeway Overpass at FEC Crossing (District 4) (Fiscal Impact: Estimated $734,039.52 FDOT Grant Eligible Expense)

  7. Resolution and Locally Funded Agreement T ermination FM#436370-1-22-01 with Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT), Re: PD&E Study for Washingtonia Drive Extension from St. Johns Heritage Parkway to Stadium Parkway (District 4) (Fiscal Impact: Deposit of $1,559,244 and Accrued Interest)

  8. Assignment and Assumption of Landscaping and Improvement Agreement with The Viera Company and Arrivas District Association, Inc., Re: Arrivas Village and Rodina Drive Infrastructure Improvements (District 4)

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II. CONSENT AGENDA (CONTINUED)

A.

Development and Environmental Services Group (continued)

  1. *10.  Interlocal Agreement with City of Cocoa, Re: Utility Removal and Relocation within Cone Road Commercial Park, Merritt Island (District 2)

  2. *11.  Resolution and Interlocal Agreement with Merritt Island Redevelopment Agency (MIRA), Re: Certifying a Valid Public Emergency and to Administer the MIRA Cone Road Sewer Project (District 2)

    Solid Waste Management Department Utility Services Department
    Valkaria Airport

Community Services Group

Housing and Human Services

  1. Reappointment, Re: Community Action Advisory Board (CAB)

    Library Services Department Parks and Recreation Department Tourism

  2. Approval, Re: Tourism Development Office (TDO) to Request Proposals for Beach Clean-Up Maintenance Services

    Transit Services Department

  3. Resolution, Grant Application, and Joint Participation Agreement with Florida Commission for the Transportation Disadvantaged, Re: Trip and Equipment Grant (Fiscal Impact: $1,406,211 State Funds and $156,245 Match)

    University of Florida; Brevard County Extension

B.

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II. CONSENT AGENDA (CONTINUED)

C. Public Safety and Support Services Group

Central Services

  1. Resolution and Lease Agreement with Congressman Bill Posey, 8th District, Re: Office Space at the Brevard County Government Center North, Titusville, and Brevard County Government Center, Viera

  2. Permission to Issue Request for Qualification (RFQ) and Negotiate a Competitive Agreement, Re: Architectural/Engineering/Design Services for a Replacement Emergency Operations Center

  3. Request for Approval of Final Payment to Emergency Purchase Order #44500091744 to Consolidated Resource Recovery, Inc., Re: Grinding and Screening of Yard Trash and Vegetative Waste at Sarno Landfill; and Request Permission for the County Attorney to File a Breach of Contract Against Jimmie Crowder Excavating & Landclearing, Inc.

    Natural Resources Management Department

    Emergency Management

  4. Interlocal Agreement with Seminole County, Re: WebEOC Software

    Fire Rescue

  5. Approval to Accept Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) Assistance to Firefighters Grant (AFG) Award in the Amount of $798,525, Re: Installation of 35 Stryker Power Load Systems in the Department’s Ambulance Fleet

    Human Resources

  6. Labor Agreement with Brevard County Professional Firefighters Supervisory Unit, Local 2969, Re: Wage Reopener Negotiations

    Information Technology

    SCGTV

D. Administrative Services Group

Budget

1. Approval, Re: Budget Change Request(s)

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II. CONSENT AGENDA (CONTINUED)

III.

D. Administrative Services Group (continued)

  1. Approval, Re: Administration and Collection Cost for Business Tax Receipts – July 1, 2017 – June 30, 2018

  2. Certification, Re: Local Option Gas Tax (LOGT) Percentages Allocations

  3. Acknowledge Receipt, Re: FY 2018 Proposed Budget for Viera East Community Development District

  4. Acknowledge Receipt, Re: FY 2016-2017 Merritt Island Public Library Tax District Board Semiannual Report

    County Attorney

  5. Resolution, Re: Approving Retrocession and Authorizing Staff to Work with Air Force in Developing Intergovernmental Cooperation Agreement Between the Air Force, Sheriff’s Office, and City of Palm Bay

  6. Board Direction, Re: Town of Malabar’s Request that the County Convey its Interest in Lots 18-22 of J.J. Pollack’s Subdivision, Block 5

    County Manager

  7. Acceptance and Approval, Re: Asset Management Cycle Audit Report and the Public Works-Project Management/Scheduling Audit Report

  8. Clarification of Board Direction, Re: Merritt Island Redevelopment Agency (MIRA) (District 2)

    Miscellaneous

  9. Acknowledge Application of CareerSource Brevard (CSB), Re: Subsequent Local Workforce Development Area (LWDB) Designation

  10. Appointments/Reappointments, Re: Citizen Advisory Boards

  11. Approval, Re: Billfolder

*13. Acknowledge, Re: Brevard County Annual Financial Audits Report for the Fiscal Year Ending September 30, 2016

PUBLIC COMMENTS (30 minutes)

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IV. PUBLIC HEARINGS

V.

  1. Resolution, Re: Petition to Vacate a 6.00 Foot Wide Public Utility Easement – Draco Drive – Barefoot Bay Unit Two, Part Eleven, Barefoot Bay – Jessie Chikalla (District 3) (Fiscal Impact: Petitioner Paid $640 Vacating Application Fee)

  2. Resolution, Re: Petition to Vacate Part of the 50.00 Foot Wide Public Right-of-Way of Elmo Street – Unrecorded Plat of Shepard’s Clear Lake Village, Cocoa – Erica Mitchell (District 2) (Fiscal Impact: Petitioner Paid $640 Vacating Application Fee)

  3. Resolution, Re: Petition to Vacate Part of a 6.00 Foot Wide Public Utility Easement – Pinewood Boulevard – Barefoot Bay Unit Two, Part Twelve, Barefoot Bay – Fred Wojtuniak (District 3) (Fiscal Impact: Petitioner Paid $640 Vacating Application Fee)

  4. Resolution, Re: Tax Equity and Fiscal Responsibility Act of 1982 (TEFRA) Hearing for Capital Trust Agency Educational Facilities Revenue Bonds (Viera Charter Schools, Inc. Project), Series 2017 (“the Bonds”)

  5. Public Hearing, Re: FY 2017-2018 Brevard County Home Consortium Consolidated One-Year Action Plan

*F. Resolution and Ordinance, Re: Amendment of Fee Schedule for Right- of-Way/Easement Applications and Permits, and Implementing the Local Governing Authority Provided in the Advanced Wireless Infrastructure Deployment Act (HB 687)

G. Resolution, Re: Petition to Vacate Two 15.00 Foot Wide Public Utility and Drainage Easement – Independence Avenue – Indian River Colony Club P.U.D. Phase 1, Unit 2, Melbourne – Tina Revers, Dale Bottom, Elaine McAuliffe and Jeanne Aman, Tr. (District 3) (Fiscal Impact: Petitioner Paid $640 Vacating Application Fee)

*H. Ordinance, Re: Amendment to Chapter 2 Administration, Article VIII – Surplus Real Property and Modular Structures Transactions

UNFINISHED BUSINESS

  1. *A.  Board Consideration, Re: Option for Solid Waste Collection Assessment Rates for Purposes of Sending Mandatory Letter to Homeowners, Advertising, and Having Public Hearing Regarding the Same in August 2017

  2. *B.  Board Direction, Re: Medical Marijuana Ordinance

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VI. NEW BUSINESS

A. Development and Environmental Services Group

1. Waiver Request, Re: Sidewalk, Roadway Width, and Backing Onto Public Right-of-Way – Flores Del La Costa – Allen Engineering, Inc. (District 2)

  1. Community Services Group

  2. Public Safety and Support Services Group

  3. County Attorney

  4. County Manager

  5. Miscellaneous

    1. Board Consideration, Re: County Manager Position (District 3)

    2. Citizen Request by Bruce E. Stevenson, Re: Illegal and Unauthorized PVC Pipes in County Rights-of-Way by AT&T

    1. *3.  Resolution, Re: Seeking Recoupment of County Tax Increment Financing (TIF) Payments Used to Pay a Salary to a Community Redevelopment Agency (CRA) Commissioner, and Revocation of Authority (District 3)

    2. *4.  Board Consideration, Re: Include Authority to Conduct Internal Audits in Negotiations with Community Redevelopment Agencies (CRAs) (District 3)

    3. *5.  (Deleted)

VII. PUBLIC COMMENTS (Comments may not address subsequent Agenda Items. Speakers are allowed 3 minutes.)

VIII. BOARD REPORTS AND PRESENTATIONS (MORE THAN 5 MINUTES)

  1. Frank Abbate, Interim County Manager

  2. Scott Knox, County Attorney

  3. Jim Barfield, District 2 Commissioner

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VIII. BOARD REPORTS AND PRESENTATIONS (CONTINUED)

  1. John Tobia, District 3 Commissioner

  2. Kristine Isnardi, District 5 Commissioner

  3. Rita Pritchett, District 1 Commissioner/Vice Chairwoman

  4. Curt Smith, District 4 Commissioner/Chairman

    HISTORIC BREVARD

April 17, 1970 saw the end of one of our most exciting space adventures as the country held its collective breath until Apollo 13 splashed down to an on-target landing in the Pacific Ocean.

HISTORICAL FACTS PROVIDED BY THE BREVARD COUNTY HISTORICAL COMMISSION

In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act and Section 286.26, Florida Statutes, persons needing special accommodations or an interpreter to participate in the proceedings, please notify the County Manager’s Office no later than 48 hours prior to the meeting at (321) 633-2010.

Assisted listening system receivers are available for the hearing impaired and can be obtained from SCGTV staff at the meeting. We respectfully request that ALL ELECTRONIC ITEMS and CELL PHONE REMAIN OFF while the County Commission is in session. Thank You.

This meeting will be broadcast live on Space Coast Government Television (SCGTV) on Spectrum Cable Channel 499, Comcast (North Brevard) Cable Channel 51, and Comcast (South Brevard) Cable Channel 13. SCGTV will also replay this meeting during the coming month on its 24-hour video server nights, weekends, and holidays. Check the SCGTV website for daily program updates at http://www.scgtv.org.

The Advanced Agenda may be viewed at: www.brevardclerk.us.

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In accordance with Resolution 2014-219 Section VIII (8.1) the agenda shall provide a section for public comment limited to thirty (30) minutes following approval of the consent agenda during each regular County Commission meeting. The purpose of public comment is to allow individuals to comment on any topic relating to County business which is not on the meeting agenda. Individuals delivering public comment shall be restricted to a three-minute time limit on their presentation. During this thirty (30) minute segment of public comment, speakers will be heard in the order in which they turned in a speaker card asking to be heard. Any speaker not heard during the first thirty (30) minute segment will be heard during a second public comment segment held at the conclusion of business specified on the regular Commission agenda. With the exception of emergency items, the Board will take no action under the Public Comment section, but can refer the matter to another meeting agenda.

Location Board Room 2725 Judge Fran Jamieson Way Viera, FL 32940
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