AGENDACITY COMMISSION/CRA MEETING
HALL, 510 GREENE STREET
MEETING TO ORDER – 6:00 P.M.
– Reverend Paul Rasmus, St.
Paul’s Episcopal Church
OF ALLEGIANCE TO THE FLAG
OF THE AGENDA
(a) 2002 Florida State Junior Majors Baseball Championship Awards
(b) Key West High School Academic Excellence Award:
Neva Husko and Paulina Small
(c) Key West High School Outstanding Achievement/Unsung Hero Award:
Hunter Boyle and Pedro Gonzalez
(d) Key West High School Excellence in the Visual, Performing and Vocational Arts:
Jaime Laino and Michael Sykes
City Manager’s Extra
Mile Awards (City Manager)
Roosevelt Gardens Status
Report – Housing Authority, Manuel Castillo
(Mayor Weekley) Postponed to
September 17, 2002
City Attorney’s Report
AGENDA* - Unanimous Vote
October 17, 1995 (Regular)
*(b) November 1,
July 31, 2002 (Workshop)
*(d) August 6,
*(e) August 8,
Re-appointing Jack Murray, Roosevelt Sands, Jr. and Frank Toppino to the
Board of the Key West Housing Authority. (Mayor
Vote: 6/1, Commissioner Anthony No
Approving and authorizing execution of the agreement between the City of
Key West and the Sunrise Rotary Club for the Annual Poker Run September 20 &
21, 2002; Authorizing the closure of Duval Street from Front to Fleming Street
on Friday, September 20 from 12:00 Noon to 12:00 Midnight and on Saturday,
September 21, 2002 from 12:00 Noon to 12:00 Midnight; Should the Key West Police
Department deem necessary, the closure of Greene Street from Whitehead Street to
Simonton Street and Duval Street from Fleming Street to Southard Street; All
cross streets shall remain open except Greene Street.
02-266 – Unanimous Vote
Authorizing Clear Channel Radio to conduct Octoberfest 2002 to benefit
the Key West & Florida Keys Historical Military Memorial Fund on Saturday,
October 12, 2002 from 5:00 P.M. to 12:00 Midnight; Pursuant to terms and
conditions set forth by the City Manager; Authorizing the closure of the 100
& 200 block of Duval Street including Ann to Telegraph Lane from 5:00 P.M.
to 12:00 Midnight; Granting a Special Event Permit pursuant to Section 6-86 of
the Code of Ordinances from 6:00 P.M. to 11:00 P.M.; Authorizing the sale and
consumption of alcoholic beverages within the enclosed area. (City Manager)
02-267 – Unanimous Vote
Requesting the Florida State Legislature to amend Sections 316.272,
316.293 and 316.455, Florida Statutes to make unlawful excessive noise from a
motorcycle exhaust system a moving violation.
the Florida State Legislature to enact legislation requiring any insurance
company that writes health insurance coverage in Florida to do so in all 67
counties of the State. (Commissioner
settlement in the case of Loose v. City of Key West in the amount of
$75,000.00 ($45,000.00 to be paid upon approval, and $30,000.00 to be paid in
January, 2003). (City Attorney)
02-268 – Unanimous Vote
Awarding the bid of First American Telecommunications Corp. for pay
telephone service. (City Manager)
02-269 – Unanimous with Commissioner Scales Abstaining
Approving a mural on the toolshed at 202 William Street at the Historic
Seaport. (City Manager)
a U.S. Department of Justice Law Enforcement Block Grant in the amount of
$20,875.00; Authorizing the expenditure of Police Forfeiture Funds in the amount
of $2,319.00 in order to match this grant. (City Manager)
the bid of Douglas N. Higgins, Inc. for sewer line work at Mallory Square
(Schedule A) in the amount of $229,000.00.
Awarding the bid of Paradise Glass and Mirror for Key West Department of
Transportation Window Replacement in the amount of $38,500.00.
the Minor Development Plan for 700 Front Street. (City Manager)
02-270 – Unanimous Vote
Rejecting the bids for the City Hall Garage Exploratory Demolition and
Emergency Repair. (City Manager)
*(n) Accepting a
grant of the United States Department of Maritime Administration in the amount
of $510,000.00 ($128,000.00 City Match) for security implementation at the port.
*(o) Awarding the
bid of Nearshore Electric, Inc.
upon the terms set forth in the bid for Electrical Maintenance for the Utilities
Department. (City Manager)
*(p) Ratifying the
Engineering Services Agreement between the City and Perez Engineering and
Development, Inc. for professional design and construction services for the Key
West Bight Ferry Terminal; Waiving competitive bidding.
*(q) Awarding the
bid of Robbie’s Safe Harbor Marine Enterprises, Inc. in the amount of
$22,645.00 for construction of the dock behind the Aquarium at Mallory Square.
Task Order 02-003 for Kisinger Campo and Associates to undertake construction
services for the South Roosevelt Boulevard Seawall Post Design in the amount of
$126,980.00. (City Manager)
02-271 – Unanimous Vote
City Staff to start the process of purchasing a certain Salt Ponds property
owned by A.M. Adams and Joan Knight. (City
the demolition of the condemned structure located at 1103 Thomas Street.
*(u) Approving the Evaluation and Appraisal Report of
the Key West Comprehensive Plan. (City
Monroe County to initiate an Action for Declaratory Relief in Federal Court to
terminate coverage of Monroe County and Key West, by terminating the
Preclearance Requirement of the United States Justice Department in Section 5 of
the Voting Rights Act. (Mayor
02-264 Vote: 6/1
Commissioner Turner No
a non-binding “Straw Poll” Referendum on the question of which of three
voting systems for Mayor and City Commissioners the Citizens would prefer:
The Status Quo Plan, the At-Large Voting Plan or The “Three Plus
Three” Plan; Setting the General Election of November 5, 2002 as the date of
Referendum. (Mayor and
Add On 02-272 – Unanimous Vote
the enforcement requirements of the Sound Control Ordinance in order for
Toppino’s Inc. to work at night at the Key West High School periodically from
September 4th through December 4th.
– SECOND READING: (Public
02-22 – Unanimous Vote – Commissioner Bethel Absent
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.
Hall Renovations (Commissioner
COMMENTS BY THE COMMISSION
– 9:16 P.M.
CONVENE AS CAROLINE STREET CORRIDOR AND BAHAMA VILLAGE COMMUNITY
REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY (“CRA”) -
16. ROLL CALL – ABSENT:
Commissioner Harry Bethel
17. CONSENT AGENDA* - Unanimous Vote
18. APPROVAL OF MINUTES:
September 19, 1995 (Regular)
*(b) October 17,
*(c) November 21,
*(d) December 19,
*(e) June 18, 2002 (Regular)
02-273 – Unanimous Vote
an expenditure of $195,000.00 to Bahama Conch Community Land Trust (BCCLT) from
Tax Increment Financing (TIF) Funds for 217 Truman Avenue; Providing conditions.
ADJOURNMENT – 9:48 P.M.
xRemoved from Consent Agenda