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AGENDA

CITY COMMISSION/LRA MEETING

OLD CITY HALL, 510 GREENE STREET

TUESDAY, AUGUST 6, 2002 - 6:00 P.M.

 

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

2.         ROLL CALL

3.         INVOCATION  - Commissioner Merili McCoy

4.         PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE TO THE FLAG

5.         APPROVAL OF THE AGENDA

6.         COMMENDATION:  (Mayor Weekley)

(a)                Little Majors All-Star Team

ADD ON PROCLAMATION:  (Mayor Weekley)

            (a)        Women’s Equality Day

7.         PRESENTATIONS:

(a)        Clean Key West Awards  (Mayor Weekley)    

            Commercial                  -           Fairfield Inn by Marriott

            Residential                    -           Mrs. Nellie Collar

ADD ON

            (a-1)    People’s Choice Award – Key West Web Site  (Mayor Weekley)

            (a-2)    Extra Mile Award – Cindy Tingley and Patti McLauchlin (City Manger)

(b)        Associate Recognition Award  (City Manager)

Sue Snider, Finance Department – January/February

Mark Bacon, Department of Transportation – March/April

ADD ON

            (b-1)    Extra Mile Award – Cynthia Snell  (City Manager)

            (b-2)    Extra Mile Award – Donnie Barrios  (City Manger)

(c)        Civilian Review Board  (City Manager)

(d)        City Attorney’s Report

            (e)        City Manager’s Report

8.         CONSENT AGENDA*  - Unanimous Vote

9.         APPROVAL OF MINUTES:

            *(a)      June 24, 2002  (Special)

            *(b)      July 9, 2002  (Workshop)

            *(c)      July 16, 2002  (Regular)

            *(d)      July 23, 2002  (Workshop)

10.       RESOLUTIONS:

02-224

            *(a)      Reappointing Patricia Eables to the Key West Planning Board. (Mayor Weekley)

            02-225

            *(b)      Reappointing Kenneth Weschler to the Key West Tree Commission.  (Mayor Weekley)

            02-226

             *(c)     Authorizing Key West Cultural Preservation Society to conduct a Sunset Celebration at Mallory Square Dock and Plaza on August 30, August 31 and September 1, 2002 from 6:00 P.M. to 10:30 P.M. pursuant to terms and conditions set forth by the City Manager; Granting a Special Event Permit pursuant to Section 6-86 of the Code of Ordinances from 6:00 P.M. to 10:30 P.M.; Authorizing the sale and consumption of alcoholic beverages within an enclosed area.  (City Manager)

            02-227

            *(d)      Granting a Special Event Permit pursuant to Section 6-86 of the Code of Ordinances to the Pier House Resort & Caribbean Spa for an event to take place during the hours of 8:00 P.M. to 11:30 P.M. on Thursday, October 24, 2002.  (City Manager)

            02-228

            *(e)      Authorizing the Conch Republic Seafood Company to conduct Parrotheads Convention on Friday, November 1, 2002 from 4:00 P.M. to 11:00 P.M. and on Saturday, November 2, 2002 from 2:00 P.M. to 11:00 P.M. pursuant to terms and conditions set forth by the City Manager; Granting a Special Event Permit pursuant to Section 6-86 of the Code of Ordinances.  (City Manager)

            02-229

            *(f)       Approving the agreement reached by the Intergovernmental Task Force for allocation of Florida Department of Environmental Protection Grant Funding for wastewater and stormwater projects among Monroe County and its five municipal governments.  (Mayor Weekley)

            02-230

            *(g)      Urging the State Legislature to amend Section 380.0685, Florida Statutes, to increase the surcharge on admission to Fort Zachary Taylor by twenty-five cents.  (Mayor Weekley)

            02-231

            *(h)      Authorizing the use of Police Forfeiture Funds for the purchase of crime scene equipment in the total amount of $10,989.17.  (City Manager)

            02-232

            *(i)       Awarding the bid of Hartford Life for an employee life insurance benefit of $15,000.00 at an annual cost of $22,989.60.  (City Manager)

            02-233

            *(j)       Awarding the bid of Go Fence, Inc. in the amount of $35,307.00 for the fence project at Sonny McCoy Indigenous Park.  (City Manager)

            02-234

            *(k)      Approving a Task Order for Suncoast Environmental, Inc. for the installation and replacement of manhole liners in the amount of $74,335.00.  (City Manager)

            02-235

            *(l)       Approving an Emergency Task Order to Key Iron Works in the amount of $108,700.00 (plus a 10% contingency) in order to effect repairs to the William Street sewer line.  (City Manger)

            02-236

            *(m)     Awarding the bid of McCotter Ford, Inc. in the amount of $30,995.00 for the purchase of a hazardous materials vehicle for the Fire Department.  (City Manager)

            02-237

            *(n)      Approving the contract for electrical services for 2002-03 with Carbone Electric, Inc. at the prices set forth in the bid document.  (City Manager)

            Denied – Unanimous Vote

            x(o)    Approving a First Amendment to Agreement between the City and Island Adventures, Inc. pertaining to the serving of alcoholic beverages in plastic cups at Dough Ball’s.  (City Manager)

            Withdrawn

            x(p)    Approving a Second Amendment to lease between the City and Tropical Shell & Gifts, Inc. pertaining to the sale of alcoholic beverages in plastic cups at El Meson de Pepe.  (City Manager)

            02-238

            *(q)      Approving a one-year extension of the development rights conferred in Resolution No. 01-241.  (City Manager)

            Tabled to September 4, 2002 – Unanimous Vote

            x(r)     Authorizing the demolition of the condemned structure located at 1103 Thomas Street.  (City Manager)

 Tabled to September 4, 2002 – Unanimous Vote

(s)    Awarding the bid of First American Telecommunications Corp. for pay telephone service.  (City Manager)

             02-241 – Unanimous Vote

              (t)       Awarding Schedule B of the bid of Douglas N. Higgins, Inc.  in the amount of $211,500.00 for Mallory Pier Navy vessel utility infrastructure upgrades and Mallory Square sewer improvements.  (City Manager)

02-239

             *(u)     Waiving the enforcement of the Sound Control Ordinance between the hours of 7 A.M. and 8 P.M. from August 1, through November 30, 2002 for construction to occur at Mallory Square.  (City Manager)

             02-242 

              (v)      Vacating a utility easement at 1623 Atlantic Boulevard.  (City Manager)

             Withdrawn

              (w)     Directing that a survey be prepared and requesting its distribution to all registered voters by the Supervisor of Elections to determine the voters’ preference with respect to the three redistricting proposals.  (Commissioner Oosterhoudt)

ADD ON 02-240

            *(x)      Waiving the enforcement requirements of the Sound Control Ordinance in order for Toppino’s Inc. to work at night at the Key West High School on August 15th/16th.  (City Manager)

              02-243

              (y)      Condemning in the strongest terms the recent crimes against Key West’s Jewish population.  (Mayor Weekley)

11.       ORDINANCES – FIRST READING:

            Tabled Indefinitely – Vote 6/1 Commissioner Turner No

(a)        An Ordinance of the City of Key West, Florida, pursuant to Section 8.01 of the Key West Charter, proposing an amendment to Section 3.01 of the City Charter and an amendment to Section 6.01 of the City Charter in order to change City Commission Elections to a “Three Plus Three” Electoral System, to include three district seats and three at-large seats; Setting the General Election of November 5, 2002, as the date of Referendum; Providing for severability; Providing for repeal of inconsistent provisions; Providing for an effective date.   (Mayor Weekley)

            Tabled Indefinitely – Vote 6/1 Commissioner Turner No

(b)        An Ordinance of the City of Key West, Florida, pursuant to Section 8.01 of the Key West Charter, proposing an amendment to Section 3.01 of the City Charter and an amendment to Section 6.01 of the City Charter in order to change City Commission Elections to an At-large Electoral System, the candidates to reside within a district; Setting the General Election of November 5, 2002, as the date of Referendum; Providing for severability; Providing for repeal of inconsistent provisions; Providing for an effective date.  (Mayor and Commissioners)

            Second Reading September 4, 2002 – Unanimous Vote

(c)        An Ordinance of the City of Key West, Florida, amending Chapter 90 of the Key West Code of Ordinances entitled “Administration” by amending Sections 90-428, 90-431 and 90-434 to clarify that Historic Architectural Review Commission (HARC) appeals are made to the City’s Special Master and that the Special Master’s review is de novo; Providing for severability; Providing for repeal of inconsistent provisions; Providing for an effective date.  (Commissioner Scales)

12.       ORDINANCES – SECOND READING:  (Public Hearing)

            02-20 – Unanimous Vote

            (a)        An Ordinance of the City of Key West, Florida, amending Chapter 18 of the Code of Ordinances entitled “Businesses” and Chapter 114 of the Code of Ordinances entitled “Signs” by adding Section 18-228 and amending Sections 114-103 and 114-104 to prohibit certain signs in windows in the Historic District; Providing for severability; Providing for repeal of inconsistent provisions; Providing for an effective date.  (Mayor Weekley)

            02-21 – Unanimous Vote

            (b)        An Ordinance of the City of Key West, Florida, amending Chapter 25 of the Code of Ordinances entitled “Environment” and Chapter 58 entitled “Solid Waste” in order to provide revised regulations for the collection of solid and other types of waste; By amending Sections 26-161 and 58-1 to update definitions; By amending Section 58-31 and 58-32 regarding containers and dumpsters; By amending sections 26-131, 58-34 and 58-35 regarding waste disposal and pickup; And amending Section 58-68 regarding commercial accounts; Providing for severability; Providing for repeal of inconsistent provisions; Providing for an effective date.  (City Manager)

13.       COMMENTS BY THE COMMISSION

14.       ADJOURNMENT – 11:08 P.M.

15.       CONVENE AS NAVAL PROPERTIES LOCAL REDEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY (“LRA”)  - 11:08 P.M.

16.       ROLL CALL

17.       CONSENT AGENDA* - Unanimous Vote

18.       APPROVAL OF MINUTES:

            *a        June 18, 2002  (Regular)

19.       RESOLUTIONS:

            02-244

            *(a)      Ratifying additional tasks provided to the Curtis & Kimball Co. in an amount not to exceed $32,000.00 for the preparation of revised Base Reuse Conveyance Packages.  (City Manager)

            Withdrawn

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

20.       ADJOURNMENT – 11:09 P.M.

 

 

 

 

xRemoved from Consent Agenda