COMMISSION MEETING APRIL 28

This is the ORIGINAL AGENDA as shown on April 18, 2020, at 11:25 am, located on the Seminole County OFFICIAL WEBSITE here:

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As we have seen before, SEMINOLE COUNTY makes constant adjustments to their published AGENDA, so ALWAYS look ONLINE at their website, up to and INCLUDING the minutes immediately PRIOR TO THE MEETING, to see revisions to this AGENDA.

“AFTER THE CLOSED SESSION REFERENCED ABOVE, THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS WILL REOPEN THE PUBLIC MEETING. THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS WILL THEN HOLD A PUBLIC HEARING TO CONSIDER ANY FURTHER ACTION.” 

NOTE:  NOT KNOWN if the public hearing will be immediate – i.e., ON April 28 during this meeting — or whether it will be SCHEDULED LATER.

BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS –  SEMINOLE COUNTY, FLORIDA

 Tuesday, April 28, 2020

CONVENE BCC MEETING AT 11:30 AM

 (Please silence all cell phones and electronic devices)

RECESS BCC MEETING UNTIL 1:30 P.M.
CONVENE CLOSED ATTORNEY CLIENT SESSION
PUBLIC NOTICE AND ANNOUNCEMENT OF CLOSED ATTORNEY-CLIENT SESSION AND PUBLIC HEARING REGARDING THE RIVER CROSS LITIGATION. CLOSED ATTORNEY-CLIENT SESSION – THE COUNTY ATTORNEY HAS REQUESTED A CLOSED SESSION WITH THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS ON APRIL 28, 2020 AT THE START OF THE MEETING OR AS SOON THEREAFTER AS POSSIBLE. THE CLOSED ATTORNEY-CLIENT SESSION WITH LEGAL COUNSEL WILL BE CONDUCTED USING CMT TECHNOLOGY.
THE PURPOSE OF THE CLOSED ATTORNEY-CLIENT SESSION IS TO DISCUSS LITIGATION STRATEGY RELATED TO EXPENDITURES AND THE EXISTING SETTLEMENT AGREEMENT WITH THE PLAINTIFF IN THE RIVER CROSS LAND COMPANY LLC V. SEMINOLE COUNTY FEDERAL CASE. THIS SESSION IS CLOSED AND MEMBERS OF THE PUBLIC ARE NOT PERMITTED TO ATTEND. ATTENDANCE AT THE CLOSED SESSION IS STRICTLY LIMITED TO THE FOLLOWING INDIVIDUALS: COUNTY COMMISSIONERS: BRENDA CAREY, JAY ZEMBOWER, AMY LOCKHART, LEE CONSTANTINE, BOB DALLARI, COUNTY ATTORNEY A. BRYANT APPLEGATE, AND DEPUTY COUNTY ATTORNEY LYNN PORTER-CARLTON. OUTSIDE COUNSEL:
TODD NORMAN OF THE NELSON MULLINS BROAD & CASSEL LAW FIRM, JO THACKER OF THE NELSON MULLINS BROAD & CASSEL LAW FIRM, AND A CERTIFIED COURT REPORTER WILL BE IN ATTENDANCE TO TRANSCRIBE THE CLOSED SESSION IN ITS ENTIRETY. THE CLOSED SESSION IS BEING CONDUCTED PURSUANT TO FLORIDA STATUTE 286.011(8), AND IS EXPECTED TO LAST ONE HOUR. THE TRANSCRIPT OF THE CLOSED SESSION WILL REMAIN SEALED UNTIL THE CONCLUSION OF THE LITIGATION, AT WHICH POINT IT WILL BE MADE PART OF THE PUBLIC RECORD. ALL DISCUSSIONS WILL BE STRICTLY LIMITED TO LITIGATION STRATEGY RELATED TO EXPENDITURES AND ISSUES PERTAINING TO
THE SETTLEMENT AGREEMENT. PUBLIC HEARING – AFTER THE CLOSED SESSION REFERENCED ABOVE, THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS WILL REOPEN THE PUBLIC MEETING. THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS WILL THEN HOLD A PUBLIC HEARING TO CONSIDER ANY FURTHER ACTION.
AWARDS AND PRESENTATIONS
1. Emergency Management Update
2. Comprehensive Annual Financial Report (CAFR) for the fiscal year ended September 30, 2019
PUBLIC PARTICIPATION
Pursuant to Florida law, the public has a right to be heard on all propositions, except when the Board of County Commissioners is acting on ministerial or emergency matters, or conducting a meeting exempt from Section 286.011, Florida Statutes. Public comment time on propositions shall be three (3) minutes for individuals and six (6) minutes for group representatives. The right to be heard during quasi-judicial hearings is governed by Florida law. The public will be provided the opportunity to be heard on non-agenda matters at the end of the meeting. Proper decorum will be observed.
County Manager’s Consent Agenda (Items No. 3 – 31)
County Manager’s Office
3. Constantine Travel Reimbursement
Business Office
Approve travel and mileage reimbursement to Commissioner Lee Constantine for miscellaneous travel from January 15, 2020 through February 27, 2020.  (Nicole Guillet, County Manager)

Community Services
4. 2019 FDLE JAGC Grant
Business Office
Approval to participate in the 2019 Florida Department of Law Enforcement’s Edward Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance Grant Program (JAGC) in which FDLE has allocated $125,400  for use by all units of government within Seminole County; authorize the Chairman to execute the Certificate of Participation naming Allison Thall as the Coordinator for the countywide application(s); and authorize the Chairman to execute any supporting documentation as may be required for the application(s). Countywide (Allison Thall, Community Services Director)

5. NSP/HOME Snapshot Report
Community Development
Approve and accept the Neighborhood Stabilization Program Snapshot/Report, pursuant to Seminole County Resolution No. 2013R61, and the HOME Program Activity Report, pursuant to Seminole County Resolution No 2015R51 for the months of February and March 2020. Countywide (Bonnye Deese, Community Development Division Manager)
Reconvene Meeting at 1:30 P.M.
Development Services
6. Hideaway Cove at Oviedo Ph 2 Final Plat
Planning and Development
Approve the plat for the Hideaway Cove at Oviedo Phase 2 subdivision containing forty-two (42) lots on eleven (11) acres zoned PD (Planned Development), located on the east side of Simmons Road, ½ mile east of Lockwood Boulevard; (M/I Homes of Orlando, LLC, Applicant) District1 – Dallari (Joy Giles, Project Manager)
7. Riverside Oaks Ph 1 Final Plat
Planning and Development
Approve the plat for the Riverside Oaks Phase 1 subdivision containing sixty-two (62) lots on 64.58 acres zoned PD (Planned Development), located on the north side of Celery Avenue, approximately ½ mile west of Cameron Avenue; (Carnahan Proctor & Cross Inc., Applicant) District5 – Carey (Joy Giles, Project Manager)
8. Release of Performance Bond for Preserve at Hawk’s Crest
Planning and Development
Authorize release of Performance Bond #SU1149243 for roads and sewer systems, in the amount of $1,386,171.35 for Preserve at Hawk’s Crest; (Taylor Morrison of Florida, Inc., Applicant) District1 – Dallari (Danalee Petyk, Project Manager)
Environmental Services
9. Release of five (5) original Maintenance Bond for Water & Sewer Facility
Business Office
Approve the Release of five (5) original Maintenance Bonds for Water & Sewer Facilities. Countywide (Carrie Grein, Senior Financial Division Manager)
10. Encroachment Agreement between Duke Energy and Seminole County for limited use of a collective Easement.
Utilities Engineering
Approve and authorize the Chairman to execute the Encroachment Agreement between Duke Energy and Seminole County for limited use of a collective Easement. District 5 – Carey (Mario Chavez, Utilities Engineering Division Manager)
Public Works
11. Permanent Drainage Easement Alton Pond Drainage Project (Bordeau)
Engineering
Adopt a Resolution and authorize the Chairman to accept a Permanent Drainage Easement donated by Logan Joshua Bordeau and Samantha Irene Bordeau to Seminole County for the purpose of the Alton Pond drainage project.  District3 – Constantine (Jean Jreij, Public Works Director)
12. Permanent Drainage Easement Alton Pond Drainage Project (Mariany)
Engineering
Adopt a Resolution and authorize the Chairman to accept a Permanent Drainage Easement donated by Anthony L. Mariany to Seminole County for the purpose of the Alton Pond drainage project. District3 – Constantine (Jean Jreij, Public Works Director)
13. Virginia Avenue Quitclaim Deed – Stacey B. Fiorella and Sylvia N. Fiorella
Engineering
Adopt and authorize the Chairman to execute a Resolution accepting a Quitclaim Deed donated by Stacey B. Fiorella and Sylvia N. Fiorella to Seminole County related to the drainage improvements and continued maintenance of Virginia Avenue south of East Hillcrest Street. District3 – Constantine (Jean Jreij, Public Works Director)
14. Orange Boulevard Improvement Project Purchase Agreement and Holdover Agreement Parcel 104
Engineering
Approve and authorize the Chairman to execute a Purchase Agreement and Holdover Agreement related to Parcel #104 for 0.797 ± acres of land between Tammy G. Abramson, Karen S. Mahoney, Deborah A. Haskins f/k/a Deborah A. Beaudoin & Sandra J. Jones and Seminole County for early acquisition of property needed for the Orange Boulevard Improvement Project (5604 North Road, Sanford, Florida 32771, Tax ID #24-19-29-300-004C-0000) for $381,680.00, as full settlement of all claim for compensation from which Seminole County might be obligated to pay relating to the parcel. District5 – Carey (Jean Jreij, Public Works Director)
15. Second Amendment and Final Renewal to Lease Agreement Seminole County Mental Health Center
Facilities
Approve and authorize the Chairman to execute the Second Amendment and Final Renewal to Lease Agreement Seminole County Mental Health Center – Aspire Health Partners 300 Bay Avenue Sanford. District5 – Carey (Jean Jreij, Public Works Director)
16. Seminole County / State of Florida Department of Transportation Off System Construction and Maintenance Agreement for Roadway Improvements at State Road 436 and Howell Branch Road to North of Howell Branch Road
Traffic Engineering
Approve and authorize the Chairman to execute the Seminole County / State of Florida Department of Transportation Off System Construction and Maintenance Agreement for Roadway Improvements at State Road 436 and Howell Branch Road to North of Howell Branch Road and the Resolution for this Agreement.  District4-Lockhart (Charles Wetzel, County Traffic Engineer)
Resource Management
17. BAR 20-045 Natural Lands and Parks Bond Phase 2
Budget
Approve and authorize the Chairman to execute a Resolution implementing Budget Amendment Request (BAR) #20-045 through the General Fund for Natural Lands and Parks Bond preparations in the amount of $25,000. Countywide (Timothy Jecks, Deputy CFO/Budget Division Manager) Requesting Department/Division -Leisure Services/ Business Office
18. BAR 20-049 – CUMBERLAND FARMS REMEDIATION PROJECT
Budget
Approve and authorize the Chairman to execute a Resolution implementing Budget Amendment Request (BAR) 20-049 through the 1991 Infrastructure Sales Tax Fund in the amount of $140,921 from reserves to provide additional funding for chemical testing for the Cumberland Farms Remediation Project. District2 – Zembower (Timothy Jecks, Deputy CFO/Budget Division Manager) Requesting Department – Public Works/Engineering Division.
19. BAR 20-050 – CST MISSING LINK ADDITIONAL FUNDING
Budget
Approve and authorize the Chairman to execute a Resolution implementing Budget Amendment Request (BAR) 20-050 through the 2014 Infrastructure Sales Tax Fund in the amount of $345,000 from reserves to provide additional funding for the Cross Seminole Trail (Missing Link) Project. District5; Carey (Timothy Jecks, Deputy CFO/Budget Division Manager) Requesting Department – Public Works/Engineering Division.
20. BAR 20-051 – MOBILITY FEE STUDY
Budget
Approve and authorize the Chairman to execute a Resolution implementing Budget Amendment Request (BAR) 20-051 through the 2014 Infrastructure Sales Tax Fund in the amount of $21,941 from reserves to provide additional funding for the Mobility Fee Study Project. Countywide (Timothy Jecks, Deputy CFO/Budget Division Manager) Requesting Department – Public Works/Engineering Division.
21. BAR # 20-052 CDBG-COVID-19 and ESG-COVID-19 Grant Funding
Budget
Approve and authorize the Chairman to execute a Resolution implementing Budget Amendment Request (BAR) #20-052 through the Community Development Grant Fund and Emergency Shelter Grant Fund in the amount of $1,830,249 allocated to the County from the Federal Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (CARES Act) to be used to prevent, prepare for, and respond to the coronavirus pandemic (COVID-19). Countywide (Timothy Jecks, Deputy CFO/Budget Division Manager)
22. Satisfactions of Lien for the Sylvan Lake Aquatic Weed Control MSBU
MSBU

Approve and authorize the Chairman to execute the Satisfactions of Lien for the Sylvan Lake Aquatic Weed Control MSBU [Ordinance 2019-16] Phase I non-ad valorem capital assessments that have been paid in full. District 5 – Carey (Kathy Moore, MSBU Program Manager)

23. Non-Ad Valorem Variable Rate Assessment Resolution
MSBU
Adopt and authorize Chairman to execute a Resolution confirming the Non-Ad Valorem Variable Rate Assessments for tax year 2020. Countywide (Kathy Moore, MSBU Program Manager)
24. Waive the Procurement Process and Authorize a Proprietary Source Procurement SS-603798-20/BJC for the repairs of the Influent Distribution Headers and Resins Equipment at the Markham Water Treatment Plant
Purchasing & Contracts
Waive the Procurement Process and authorize a Proprietary Source Procurement SS-603798-20/BJC for the repairs of the Influent Distribution Headers and Resins Equipment at the Markham Water Treatment Plant with Tonka Equipment Company, Plymouth, MN, in the amount of $258,840.00, and authorize the Purchasing and Contracts Division to issue the Purchase Order.  Countywide (Jaime Locklear, Purchasing and Contracts Manager) Requesting Department/Division – Environmental Services Department/Water and Wastewater Division.
25. IFB-603745-20/TLR – Term Contract for Medical Waste Disposal Services
Purchasing & Contracts
Award IFB-603745-20/TLR – Term Contract for Medical Waste Disposal Services to Medigreen Waste Services, Goldenrod, and authorize the Purchasing and Contracts Division to execute the Agreement. The estimated annual usage is $28,676.00.  Countywide (Jaime Locklear, Purchasing and Contracts Manager) Requesting Department/Division – Fire Department/EMS/Fire/Rescue
26. IFB-603714-20/TLR – Term Contract for Miscellaneous Properties Landscape Maintenance Services
Purchasing & Contracts
Award IFB-603714-20/TLR – Term Contract for Miscellaneous Properties Landscape Maintenance Services to AmeriScapes Landscape Management Services, LLC, Orlando and authorize the Purchasing and Contracts Division to execute the Agreement. Countywide (Jaime Locklear, Purchasing and Contracts Manager) Requesting Department/Division – Leisure Services/Greenways and Natural Lands
27. IFB-603724-20/TLR – Term Contract for General Landscape Maintenance of Community Services Properties
Purchasing & Contracts
Award IFB-603724-20/TLR – Term Contract for General Landscape Maintenance of Community Services Properties to Premier Lawn Maintenance, Longwood, and authorize the Purchasing and Contracts Division to execute the Agreement. Countywide (Jaime Locklear, Purchasing and Contracts Manager) Requesting Department/Division – Leisure Services/Greenways and Natural Lands
28. PS-2717-19/RTB – Master Services Agreement for Construction Management Services for the Annex, Parking Deck, and Juvenile Assessment Center (JAC) Buildings
Purchasing & Contracts
Approve the ranking list, authorize staff to negotiate rates in accordance with Section 287.055, Florida Statutes, the Consultants Competitive Negotiation Act (CCNA), and authorize the Purchasing & Contracts Division to execute two (2) Master Service Agreements (MSAs) for PS-2717-19/RTB – Master Services Agreement for Construction Management Services (Owner’s Representative) for the Annex, Parking Deck, and Juvenile Assessment Center (JAC) Buildings.  The estimated term usage for the Agreements is $7,000,000.00.  Countywide (Jaime Locklear, Purchasing & Contracts Manager) Requesting Department/Division – Public Works Department/Engineering Division.
29. Approve an increase to the Board approved Estimated Annual Usage for PS-0009-15/RTB
Purchasing & Contracts
Approve an increase to the Board approved Estimated Annual Usage for PS-0009-15/RTB Continuing Services Agreement for Design of Minor Projects with Construction Costs Less Than $2,000,000.00 by an additional $500,000.00 for the remainder of the current period. Countywide (Jaime Locklear, Purchasing & Contracts Manager) Requesting Department/Division Public Works/Engineering Division
30. SS-603822-20/BJC for the Purchase of one (1) Tarpomatic Automatic Tarping Machine (ATM)
Purchasing & Contracts
Waive the Procurement Process and authorize SS-603822-20/BJC, a Sole Source purchase of  one (1) Automatic Tarping Machine (ATM) from Tarpomatic, Inc., Canton, Ohio in the amount of $70,287.00, and authorize the Purchasing and Contracts Division to issue the Purchase Order.  Countywide (Jaime Locklear, Purchasing and Contracts Manager) Requesting Department/Division – Public Works/Fleet Management and Environmental Services/Solid Waste Division.
31. RFP-603691-19/TLR – Vending Machine Services Agreement
Purchasing & Contracts
Award RFP-603691-19/TLR – Vending Machine Services to Compass Group USA, Charlotte, NC, and authorize Purchasing and Contracts Division to execute the Revenue Agreement. Countywide (Jaime Locklear, Purchasing and Contracts Division Manager) Requesting Department/Division – Public Works/Fleet and Facilities Management Division.
County Attorney’s Office
32. Estep Construction Inc. Settlement
Business Office
Approve Settlement Agreement between Estep Construction Inc.  and Seminole County. (Bryant Applegate, County Attorney) 
Constitutional Officers
33. Clerk and Comptroller’s Report
Clerk and Comptroller’s Office (Grant Maloy)
Approve Expenditure Approval Lists dated March 16 and 24, and April 1 and 7, 2020; Payroll Approval Lists dated March 19 and April 2, 2020; and the BCC Official Minutes dated February 25 and March 24, 2020; Clerk and Comptroller’s “Received and Filed” is for information only.  (Jenny Spencer)
34. Request Board of County Commissioner approval for the Sheriff’s Office to submit a grant application to the US Department of Justice, Office of Justice Programs, Bureau of Justice Assistance (BJA) for the Comprehensive Opioid, Stimulant, and Substance Abuse Site-based Program (COSSAP)
Sheriff’s Office (Dennis M. Lemma)
Request Board of County Commissioner approval for the Sheriff’s Office to submit a grant application to the US Department of Justice, Office of Justice Programs, Bureau of Justice Assistance (BJA) for the Comprehensive Opioid, Stimulant, and Substance Abuse Site-based Program (COSSAP) requesting up to $900,000 over three years; authorize the Sheriff or his designee to execute any documents associated with the grant application. Countywide (Lisa Spriggs, Chief)
35. Request Board of County Commissioner approval for the Sheriff’s Office to submit a grant application to the US Department of Justice, Office of Justice Programs, Bureau of Justice Assistance (BJA) for the Coronavirus Emergency Supplemental Funding Program
Sheriff’s Office (Dennis M. Lemma)
Request Board approval for the Sheriff’s Office to submit a grant application to the US Department of Justice, Office of Justice Programs, Bureau of Justice Assistance (BJA) for the Coronavirus Emergency Supplemental Funding Program requesting $137,645 to assist with preventing, preparing for and responding to the coronavirus; authorize the Sheriff or his designee to execute any documents associated with the grant application. Countywide (Lisa Spriggs, Chief)
COUNTY MANAGER AND STAFF BRIEFINGS
36. Informational Budget Transfer Request Status Report
Budget
Information Budget Transfer Status Report– The attached Budget Transfers were processed by staff and approved by the County Manager per section 22.5 of the Seminole County Administrative Code. They are presented to the Board for record and informational purposes. These transfers do not impact reserves or recognize new revenue. Countywide (Timothy Jecks, Deputy CFO/Budget Division Manager)
COUNTY ATTORNEY BRIEFING
Recess BCC Meeting Until 1:30 P.M.
ACCEPT PROOFS OF PUBLICATION
PUBLIC HEARINGS
37. 2020 – 1982
Planning and Development
7030 S. Sylvan Lake Drive – Consider approval of a 1,960 square foot boat dock on property located on the north side of South Sylvan Lake Drive, approximately 7,000 feet east of Orange Blvd., more particularly known as 7030 South Sylvan Lake Drive; (Shelia Cichra, Applicant) District5 – Carey (Mary Robinson, Project Manager)
38. 2020 – 1975
Planning and Development
Kew Gardens Unnamed Alley Right-of-Way Vacate – Adopt the Resolution vacating and abandoning an uncut portion of an unnamed right-of-way, as recorded in Plat Book 4, Page 51, in the Public Records of Seminole County, Florida, for property located on the west side of Beverly Street, south of Onslow Avenue, Oviedo, Florida; (Justine & Roger Cascante, Applicant) District1 – Dallari (Danalee Petyk, Project Manager)
COUNTY MANAGER’S REPORT
COUNTY ATTORNEY’S REPORT
District Commissioner’s/Committee Reports 4, 1, 5, 3 – and 2
CHAIRMAN’S REPORT
ITEMS FOR FUTURE AGENDA
ADJOURN BCC MEETING
PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES NEEDING ASSISTANCE TO PARTICIPATE IN ANY OF THESE PROCEEDINGS SHOULD CONTACT THE HUMAN RESOURCES, ADA COORDINATOR 48 HOURS IN ADVANCE OF THE MEETING AT 407-665-7940.

 

FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION REGARDING THIS NOTICE, PLEASE CONTACT THE COUNTY MANAGER’S OFFICE, AT 407-665-7219. PERSONS ARE ADVISED THAT, IF THEY DECIDE TO APPEAL DECISIONS MADE AT THESE MEETINGS/HEARINGS, THEY WILL NEED A RECORD OF THE PROCEEDINGS AND FOR SUCH PURPOSE, THEY MAY NEED TO INSURE THAT A VERBATIM RECORD OF THE PROCEEDINGS IS MADE, WHICH INCLUDES THE TESTIMONY AND EVIDENCE UPON WHICH THE APPEAL IS TO BE BASED, PER SECTION 286.0105, FLORIDA STATUTES.

 

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