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AGENDA

CITY COMMISSION MEETING

OLD CITY HALL, 510 GREENE STREET

TUESDAY, MARCH 18, 2003 - 6:00 P.M.

 

1.        CALL MEETING TO ORDER – 6:00 P.M.

2.        ROLL CALL

3.        INVOCATION – Pastor Ernie DeLoach, Glad Tidings Tabernacle Assembly

4.        PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE TO THE FLAG

5.        APPROVAL OF THE AGENDA

6.        COMMENDATIONS:  (Mayor Weekley)

          (a)      Key West High School Academic Excellence Award:

                     Brittany Baffer and Taisiya Tribushnaya

          (b)      Key West High School Outstanding Achievement/Unsung Hero Award:

Daniela Mosquera and Ana Trawinska

          (c)      Key West High School Excellence in the Visual, Performing and Vocational Arts:

                     Noelle Malby and Shane Roberts

7.        PROCLAMATIONS:  (Mayor Weekley)

(a)      Juvenile Justice Week

(b)      Rex Brumgart Sunset Celebration Day

8.        PRESENTATIONS:

(a)             Coast Guard Capt. Joseph Nimmich – Border Security (Commissioner Oosterhoudt)

(b)      Distinguished Budget Presentation Award (City Manager) – Postponed to April 1, 2003

          (c)      City Attorney’s Report

          (d)      City Manager’s Report

9.        CONSENT AGENDA* - Unanimous Vote

10.      APPROVAL OF MINUTES:

          *(a)     March 4, 2003 (Regular)

11.      RESOLUTIONS:

          03-098

          *(a)     Appointing Mimi McDonald to the Art in Pubic Places Board.  (Commissioner McCoy)

          03-099

          *(b)    Approving and authorizing the City Manager to execute the agreement between the City of Key West, Florida, and the Conch Republic Independence Celebration, AIDS Help, Inc., the Key West Cultural Preservation Society, Rick’s Durty Harry’s Entertainment Complex and Bourbon Street Pub for the 2003 Conch Republic Independence Celebration; Granting an exemption from the Noise Control Ordinance pursuant to Section 6-86 of the Code of Ordinances during the celebration; Authorizing the sale and consumption of alcoholic beverages within the enclosed area.  (City Manager)

          03-100

          *(c)    Urging the Florida State Legislature and Governor Jeb Bush to support the Dignity For All Students Act.  (Mayor Weekley)

          03-101

          *(d)    Opposing the closing of the State Library of Florida.  (Mayor Weekley)

          03-102

          *(e)     Strongly opposing proposed amendments to the “Harris Act,” Chapter 70 of the Florida Statutes.  (Mayor Weekley)

          03-103

          *(f)     Urging the Immigration and Naturalization (INS) to grant citizenship to Ana Trawinska.  (Commissioner Oosterhoudt)

          03-110 – Unanimous Vote

          x(g)    Urging the United States House of Representatives and its Ways and Means Committee to enact H.R. 935 to amend the Internal Revenue Code to equalize treatment of health benefits for domestic partners.  (Commissioner Oosterhoudt)

          03-104

          *(h)    Approving the Partnership Statement authorizing a partnership between the University of Florida Library and the Monroe County Library for the purpose of digitizing certain City records.  (Commissioner McCoy)

          03-111 – Unanimous Vote

          x(i)     Approving Task Order 02-03 for Camp, Dresser & McKee to prepare solid waste system alternatives financial analysis and rate model in an amount not to exceed $76,984.00.  (City Manager)

          03-112 – Unanimous Vote

          x(j)     Approving Task Order #1 for Dvirka and Bartilucci to prepare a solid waste system alternatives to waste to energy construction cost estimate in an amount not to exceed $36,500.00.  (City Manager)

          03-113 – Unanimous Vote

          x (k)   Awarding pursuant to Section 2-797(4) of the Code of Ordinances the bid of Landers & Parsons, P.A. in an amount not to exceed $29,250.00 to develop an RFP for a hauling and disposal contract.  (City Manager)

          03-114 – Unanimous Vote

          x(l)     Approving the Task Order for Black & Veatch to prepare a solid waste system alternatives transfer station construction cost estimate in an amount not to exceed $42,733.00.  (City Manager)

          03-105

          *(m)   Approving an Interlocal Agreement between the City and Monroe County pertaining to the joint employment of the Code Enforcement Special Master.  (City Manager)

          03-106

          *(n)    Approving Salomon Smith Barney to serve as underwriter for financing as the City deems appropriate until December 2004.  (City Manager)

          03-107

*(o)    Authorizing an FTA Section 5311 Grant Application to the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) for Fiscal Year 2004 in the amount of $174,341.00 $227,278.00 for fixed route operating assistance; Authorizing a Joint Participation Agreement (JPA) with FDOT District VI.  (City Manager)

03-108

*(p)    Approving the updated System Safety Program Plan (SSPP) for the Key West Department of Transportation (DOT) for 2003.  (City Manager)

03-109

*(q)    Awarding the bid of Horsepower Electric Inc. in the amount of $215,317.00 for the Upper Duval Lighting Contract 2002, Project No. PW 0108, plus negotiated options not to exceed $102,380.00.  (City Manager)

03-115 – Unanimous Vote

(r)     Awarding the bid of Key Iron Works, Inc. in the amount of $68,175.00 for Installation of Foam Filled Marine Fenders and Mounting Hardware for Mallory Pier.  (City Manager)

Tabled to May 20, 2003

*(s)   Authorizing an expenditure of $30,000.00 to fund market and feasibility studies for a Community Center on behalf of the YMCA.  (Mayor Weekley)

(t)         PUBLIC HEARING: - Tabled to April 1, 2003 – Unanimous Vote

Approving the contract for purchase of certain Salt Ponds property from A.M. Adams and Joan Knight in the amount of $60,472.00; Authorizing payment from the Fort Taylor Trust Fund; Providing for an effective date.  (City Manager)

12.      ORDINANCES – FIRST READING:

          Withdrawn

          (a)      An Ordinance of the City of Key West, Florida, amending Chapter 108 of the Code of Ordinances entitled “Planning and Development” by amending Article X (“Building Permit Allocation and Vested Rights”); Adding Section 108-995 to establish supplemental regulations to the “Building Permit Allocation and Vested Rights Ordinance”; Adding Section 108-996 to establish the recapture of units; Amending Section 108-1100 pertaining to beneficial use; Providing for severability; Providing for repeal of inconsistent provisions; Providing for an effective date.  (City Manager)

13.      ORDINANCES - THIRD READING:  (Public Hearing)

          03-10 – Unanimous Vote

          (a)      An Ordinance of the City of Key West, Florida, amending Chapter 42 of the Code of Ordinances entitled “Miscellaneous Offenses” by adding Section 42-13 to prohibit habitation in wetland areas; Providing for severability; Providing for repeal of inconsistent provisions; Providing for an effective date.  (Commissioner McCoy)

14.      COMMENTS BY THE COMMISSION

15.      CITIZENS COMMENTS  (3 Minutes)

16.      ADJOURNMENT – 8:15 P.M.

 

xRemoved from Consent Agenda