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AGENDA

CITY COMMISSION/LRA MEETING

OLD CITY HALL, 510 GREENE STREET

WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 16, 2002 - 6:00 P.M.

 

1.           CALL MEETING TO ORDER –6:01 P.M.

2.            ROLL CALL – Absent:  Commissioner Harry Bethel

3.            INVOCATION – Commissioner Merili McCoy

4.            PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE TO THE FLAG

5.            APPROVAL OF THE AGENDA

6.            PROCLAMATIONS: (Mayor Weekley)

(a)            Bahama Village Appreciation Week

7.             PRESENTATIONS:

(a)            U. S. Postal Service Commemorative Stamp  (Mayor Weekley)

(b)            City Attorney’s Report

            (c)            City Manager’s Report

8.            RECESS CITY COMMISSION MEETING – 6:13 P.M.

9.            CONVENE AS NAVAL PROPERTIES LOCAL REDEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY (“LRA”)  - 6:13 P.M.

10.       ROLL CALL – Absent:  Commissioner Harry Bethel

11.            APPROVAL OF MINUTES:  Unanimous Vote

            (a)            August 6, 2002

12.            RESOLUTIONS:

            02-310 – Unanimous Vote

            (a)        Approving the Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) between the United States Navy and the LRA.  (City Manager)

            02-311 – Unanimous Vote

            (b)        Approving the Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) between the United States Navy and the LRA.  (City Manager)

            02-312 – Unanimous Vote

            (c)        Approving the Economic Development Conveyance Package (EDC) between the United States Navy and the LRA.  (City Manager)

            02-313 – Unanimous Vote

            (d)        Approving the Summary of Terms Economic Development Conveyance Naval Air Facility Key West Florida between the United States Navy and the LRA.  (City Manager)

13.            ADJOURNMENT – 7:48 P.M.

14.            RECONVENE CITY COMMISSION MEETING – 7:48 P.M.

15.            CONSENT AGENDA* - Unanimous Vote

16.            APPROVAL OF MINUTES:

            *(a)            October 1, 2002 (Regular)

17.            RESOLUTIONS:

            02-314

            *(a)      Requesting a $500,000.00 appropriation from Congress in order to leverage local and state investments in waste and stormwater improvements.   (Commissioner McCoy)

            02-315

            *(b)      Authorizing the sale of eleven surplus transit vehicles as listed in the Department of Transportation Memorandum.  (City Manager)

            02-316

            *(c)      Authorizing the sale of a surplus 18,000 gallon propane fuel tank.  (City Manager)

02-317

*(d)      Authorizing the sale of surplus vehicles and equipment as listed in the Department of Transportation Memorandum.  (City Manager)

            02-318

            *(e)      Authorizing payment of $1,985,504.00 to Arthur J. Gallagher for the City of Key West’s 2002-2003 Property and Casualty Insurance Program.  (City Manager)

            02-319

            *(f)       Approving the contract between the City and Gallagher Bassett Services.  (City Manager)

            02-320

            *(g)      Approving the City’s application to the Department of Community Affairs for competitive Community Development Block Grant funds in the Housing Category for public housing properties and other eligible applicants and authorizing execution.  (City Manager)

            02-321

            *(h)      Rejecting all proposals for Long Distance Telephone Proposals.  (City Manager)

            02-324 – Unanimous Vote

            x(i)      Awarding the bid of D. L. Porter Constructors, Inc. for the City Hall Parking Garage Repair Project in the amount of $116,250.00.  (City Manager)

            02-325 – Unanimous Vote

            x(j)      Approving a Change Order to Phase II of the Public Service Facility Project to provide parking and associated stormwater improvements on Jose Marti Drive in the amount of $132,222.45 ($55,000.00 FEMA match).  (City Manager)

            02-322

            *(k)      Approving the Change Order #4 of Toppino’s Inc. at unit prices not to exceed $40,000.00 for Kamien Subdivision Flood Control Work.  (City Manager)

            02-323

            *(l)       Approving the Joint Participation Agreement (JPA) for Public Transportation between the City and The Florida Department of transportation (FDOT). (City Manager)

            02-326 – Unanimous Vote

            x(m)    Awarding the bid of Northern Michigan Steel, Inc. in the amount of $121,970.00 for construction of a hockey rink roof; Waiving technical error.  (City Manager)

            02-327 – Unanimous Vote

            x(n)     Approving the selection of six firms to provide solid waste engineering services to the City’s Utilities Department.  (City Manager)

18.            ORDINANCES – FIRST READING:

            Second Reading October 6, 2002 – Vote:  6/0

            (a)        An Ordinance of the City of Key West, Florida, amending Chapter 108 of the Code of Ordinances entitled “Planning and Development” by amending Sections 108-61, 108-62, 108-63 and 108-64 in order to revise the membership and operation of the Development Review Committee; Amending Chapter 122 entitled “Zoning” by amending Section 122-63 to revise Development Review Committee Review of Conditional Use Applications; Providing for severability; Providing for repeal of inconsistent provisions; Providing for an effective date.  (City Manager)

            Second Reading October 6, 2002 – Vote 5/1 Commissioner Turner No

            (b)        An Ordinance of the City of Key West, Florida, amending Chapter 6 of the Code of Ordinances entitled “Amusements and Entertainment” by amending Article II pertaining to Special Events; Amending Section 6-26 to require a down payment on the cost of city services, to require certified checks, to allow for interest on late payments, and to increase the cost waiver to $1,000.00; Adding Section 6-27 to restrict placement of food and beverage booths require payment for parking meters; Amending Section 6-56 to require the application to list an emergency contact person; Amending Section 6-57 to establish a minimum non-profit share for special events in which a street is closed; Amending Section 6-58 to provide that major festival sponsors make application six months in advance and approve certain sales of alcoholic beverages; Adding Section 6-61 pertaining to handicap-accessible bathroom facilities; Providing for severability; Providing for repeal of inconsistent provisions; Providing for an effective date.  (Mayor Weekley)

19.            COMMENTS BY THE COMMISSION

20.            CITIZENS COMMENTS  (3 Minutes)

21.       ADJOURNMENT – 9:00 P.M.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

xRemoved from Consent Agenda