AGENDACITY COMMISSION MEETING
OLD CITY HALL, 510 GREENE
CALL MEETING TO ORDER - 6:04
ROLL CALL – Mayor Weekley and Commissioner McCoy Absent
INVOCATION – Rev. Paul Rasmus, St. Paul’s Episcopal Church
PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE TO THE FLAG
APPROVAL OF THE AGENDA
National Hunger and Homelessness Week
Associate Recognition Award – Dawn Ceier (City Manager)
Clean Key West Awards (Mayor
City Attorney’s Report
City Manager’s Report
CONSENT AGENDA* - PASSED UNANIMOUSLY
APPROVAL OF MINUTES:
July 12, 2001 (Workshop/Special Meeting)
July 24, 2001 (Workshop/Special Meeting)
July 25, 2001 (Regular)
August 6, 2001 (Workshop/Special Meeting)
October 16, 2001 (Regular)
Re-appointing Ray Limbert to the Civil Service Board for a term of two
Monica Haskell, Hal Bromm, Florence Recher and Bernie Stafford to the Art in
Public Places Board. (Mayor
Weekley, Commissioners Oosterhoudt, Scales and Turner)
Patricia Ann Eables to fill a vacancy on the Key West Planning Board.
Matthew S. Stratton to the Historic Architectural Review Commission (HARC).
Key West Cultural Preservation Society to conduct their First Annual Holiday
Craft Show at Mallory Square Dock and Plaza on December 15, 2001 from 12:00 P.M.
to 10:00 P.M. pursuant to terms and conditions set forth by the City Manager;
granting a Special Event Permit pursuant to Section 55.06 of the Code of
Ordinances from 12:00 P.M. to 10:00 P.M.; Authorizing the sale and consumption
of alcoholic beverages within an enclosed area.
a Special Event Permit pursuant to Section 55.06 of the Code of Ordinances to
Igor Rakuz for an event to take place during the hours of 7:00 P.M. to 11:30
P.M. on Saturday, March 14, 2002.
the attached Joint Participation Agreement between the City and the Florida
Department of Transportation (FDOT) for a grant in the amount of $1,539,408.00
for the Key West Bight Ferry Terminal Project.
a modification to the Ferry Terminal Contract with D. L. Porter Constructors,
Inc. to allow the construction of a dock structure, fuel system, emergency
generator, hurricane shutters and sand blasting in an amount not to exceed
$279,249.00. (City Manger)
the Joint Participation Agreement between the City and the Florida Department of
Transportation (FDOT) for the installation of a traffic signal battery backup
system. (City Manager)
an application to the State of Florida Board of Trustees Internal Improvement
Trust Fund for an easement to use state-owned land known as the Kitsos Nature
Preserve Boardwalk Site (1.185 acres) located at 1600 Atlantic Boulevard in Key
West, Florida. (City Manager)
the inclusion of the 600 block of United Street in the Residential Parking
Program. (Commissioner Anthony)
a proposed bill of the Florida Legislature to ban wood products treated with
chromated copper arsenate in publicly funded playground equipment.
and authorizing execution of the Agreement for Professional Services between the
City of Key West and Richard Watson & Associates, Inc.
Approving the Collective Bargaining Agreement between the City and
Teamsters Local Union No. 769. (City
01-334 – Passed Unanimously
Establishing the membership of the Redistricting and Charter Revision
Commission. (Mayor Weekley)
Tabled to 11-20-01
Granting an easement to Michael Stewart and Philip Shahan for
encroachments upon City property at 3645 Flagler Avenue.
Tabled to 11-20-01
Granting an easement to Marjorie Bradburn-Severing and John Severing for
encroachments upon City property at 1405 Second Street.
Tabled to 11-20-01
Approving pursuant to Sections 4-18.3 and 2-6.3 of the Land Development
Regulations, a Major Development Plan for a fourteen-unit guesthouse and a
Conditional Use for a museum at the property located at 1400 Duval Street (“The
Southernmost House”). (City
ORDINANCES – FIRST READING
An Ordinance of the City of Key West, Florida, amending Chapter 74 of the
Code of Ordinances entitled “Sewers” by amending Section 74.02 to provide
definitions; Amending Sections 74.08 and 74.165 (re-numbered at 74.16) to
conform with state statutes regarding onsite sewage treatment and disposal
systems, and the connection to public and private sewage systems; Amending
Section 74.10 and 74.11 to provide for code enforcement action for sewer system
damage; Repealing Section 74.12; Repealing Section 74.16; Amending Section 74.19
to conform it to Section 74.08; Providing for an effective date. (City Manager)
Stretch; Metropolitan Planning Organization.
COMMENTS BY THE COMMISSION
ADJOURNMENT – 7-27 P.M.