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MEETING: BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS, REGULAR

  • CALL TO ORDER: August 24, 1999, at 9:33 a.m., in the Palm Beach County Governmental Center, West Palm Beach, Florida.
  • ROLL CALL

MEMBERS AND OFFICERS PRESENT:

Chair Maude Ford Lee

Vice-Chair Warren H. Newell

Commissioner Burt Aaronson

Commissioner Mary McCarty

Commissioner Karen T. Marcus

Commissioner Tony Masilotti - Arrived later

Commissioner Carol A. Roberts

County Administrator Robert Weisman

County Attorney Denise Dytrych

Deputy Clerk Donna S. Atwood

1.B. INVOCATION - Commissioner Roberts

1.C. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

  • AGENDA APPROVAL

2.A. ADDITIONS, DELETIONS, SUBSTITUTIONS

County Administrator Weisman noted the Agenda changes as follows:

PAGE ITEM

1 6 DELETED: TIME CERTAIN 3:00 P.M. Legislative Delegation (Pub Affrs)

17 3E-9 DELETED: a Consulting/Professional Services Contract with Union Fidelity Development, Inc. in an amount not to exceed $19,800 to provide training services for Head Start and Early Head Start family members for the period August 25, 1999 through September 30, 1999. (Comm Serv) (Insurance problems)

 

28 3I-3 * DELETED: Funding under the Property Rehabilitation Program using Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) funds for Theresa Young residing in Lake Worth, in an amount not to exceed $47,176, with a waiver to:

A) exceed the maximum funding amount of $20,000 as established under the Property Rehabilitation Program policies; and

B) exceed the maximum $5,000 funding limit for refinancing existing indebtedness, as established under Property Rehabilitation Program policies. (HCD) (Further staff review)

31 3I-8 * DELETED: Funding under the Property Rehabilitation Program using Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) funds for:

A) Doris Janet Renna residing in Jupiter, in the amount of $21,850 with a waiver to exceed the maximum funding amount of $21,000 as established under the Property Rehabilitation Program policies; and

B) Sally Warmsley residing in Lake Park, in the amount of $24,300 with a waiver to exceed the maximum funding amount of $20,000 as established under the Property Rehabilitation Program policies. (HCD) (Further staff review)

39 3Q-5 REVISED TITLE: A) a Contract with Comprehensive Alcoholism Rehabilitation Program, Inc. (CARP), ...

B) Budget Transfer of $10,747 ...

C) Budget Amendment of $10,747 in the General Fund (001). (Crim.Justice)

41 3S-5 REVISED MOTION & TITLE: Staff recommends motion to:

A) approve an amended and restated defined contribution pension plan for Fire-Rescue employees who were formerly employed by the Village of Royal Palm Beach Fire Department;

B) adopt an amended and restated defined contribution pension plan for Fire-Rescue employees who were formerly employed by the Village of Royal Palm Beach Fire Department;

B C) adopt a Resolution establishing a board of trustees for said pension plan and delegating the responsibilities of trustee and plan administrator to such board; and

C D) approve the payment of interest on retroactive employer contributions to said plan in the amount of 5.7% for the entire amount owed each individual. All actions are retroactive to the plan's effective date of March 13, 1999. (Fire Rescue)

43 3Z-1 REVISED TITLE & SUMMARY: The property (building and contents) insurance for the period October 1, 1999 through September 30, 2000 purchased through the Board's contracted broker, Arthur J. Gallagher & Co., under contract R97-1177D, for a total cost of $2,117,000 $2,115,000. SUMMARY: Due to recent mergers and acquisitions taking place within the property insurance and reinsurance markets, the County's current property insurance carrier, Industrial Risk Insurers, ... The FY2000 renewal premium of $2,117,000 $2,115,000 represents a $676,158 $674,158 increase over the FY1999 premium of $1,440,842. The property premium shown also includes a flat fee of $60,000 in lieu of commissions to be paid to the broker, Arthur J. Gallagher & Co. Funds for the purchase of this insurance are included in the FY2000 budget. Countywide (TKF) (Risk Mgmt)

44 3AA-2 * DELETED: a Resolution approving the Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) Program for Palm Tran, pursuant to U.S. Department of Transportation regulations under 49 CFR Part 26, Subpart B. (Palm Tran) (Further staff review)

44 3BB-1 MOVE TO REGULAR 6J-2: an Agreement with the Palm Beach County Cultural Council from October 1, 1999 through September 30, 2000, in the amount of $430,000 for services needed to assist the County in carrying out the objectives and projects of the Tourist Development Plan. (TDC)

45 3BB-2 MOVE TO REGULAR 6J-3: an Agreement with the Palm Beach County Sports Commission, Inc. for a one (1) year period from October 1, 1999 through September 30, 2000 in the amount of $425,350 for services needed to assist the County in carrying out the objectives and projects of the Tourist Development Plan. (TDC)

50 6A-3 ADD-ON: Staff recommends motion to:

A) adopt a Resolution by the Palm Beach County Board of County Commissioners of Palm Beach County, Florida, finding that Applied Card Systems, Inc., be approved as a qualified applicant pursuant to S.288.106, Florida Statutes; and providing an appropriation of up to $500,000 as local participation in the Qualified Target Industry Tax Refund Program pursuant to the Palm Beach County Job Growth Incentive Grant Program; and providing for an effective date; and

B) approve the Job Growth Incentive (JGI) Grant Agreement with Applied Card Systems, Inc., awarding $500,000 in available funds from the JGI Fund (Fund 014) to support the company's expansion project in Palm Beach County and to require the company to create an additional 1,000 full time jobs in Palm Beach County.

SUMMARY: Applied Card Systems, Inc., has filed a Qualified Target Industry (QTI) Tax Refund Program application with Enterprise Florida, Inc. to seek State tax refunds totaling $2,500,000. Local participation, a 20% match, is required under this program. Staff recommends that this company be approved as a QTI Business pursuant to s.288.106, FS, with the necessary commitment of local financial support by the appropriation of up to $500,000. The Job Growth Incentive Grant Agreement with Applied Card Systems, Inc. for $500,000 requires the company to expand business operations in Palm Beach County, and to create 1,000 full time jobs in this County within 24 months of the effective date of the Agreement. All of the newly created jobs must be maintained an additional 24 months. The annual average wage of the newly created jobs will be at least $28,000. (Economic Development) Countywide (HF)

52 6E-1 REVISED TITLE: Several offers of business damages and offers of judgment in the eminent domain proceeding for the improvement of the intersection of Belvedere Road and Military Trail, in the amount of $440,780 $424,910 plus the Clerk's registry deposit fees of $800, for a total of $441,580 $425,710. (Co Atty)

55 6I-1 DELETED: A) Budget Transfer of $7,500 from General Fund Contingency to the $150M Conservation Land General Obligation Capital Project Fund (307); and

B) Budget Amendment of $7,500 in the $150M Conservation Land General Obligation Bonds Capital Project Fund (307) for the payment of cost of issuance expenditures. (OFMB) (Further Staff review/moved to 9/14)

56 6M-1 ADD-ON: Staff recommends motion to approve: an Amendment to a Lease with VHS Realty (R98-1945D) for a temporary rescue station. SUMMARY: On November 17, 1998 the County leased 1,000 SF of space within the Cumberland Farms strip center on the southwest corner of Cresthaven Blvd. and Military Trail to establish a temporary rescue facility. Fire Rescue negotiated the terms of the Lease and the specific improvements to the premises which were to be performed by the landlord. It was previously agreed to that any additional improvements would be paid for by Fire Rescue. VHS encountered an unusual number of problems in obtaining permits and approvals to commence construction. The tenant improvements were to be completed within 60 days and the rent would commence upon completion of construction.

VHS has not yet received a building permit and in order to address code related issues associated with the proposed use, substantially more improvements will be required than originally anticipated by VHS and Fire Rescue. As it has now been almost nine months since the Lease was entered into, VHS is unwilling to continue the Lease without the County agreeing to commence paying rent and to pay for the cost of the additional improvements. In order to induce VHS to continue with the Lease, Staff has negotiated the following terms: A) the County will commence paying one-half () rent as of August 1, 1999; B) the County will have the right to terminate the Lease in the event that a building permit is not obtained by October 1, 1999; C) the landlord's architect will prepare cost estimates for the additional work. In the event said estimates exceed $30,000, the County will have the right to terminate the Lease; D) Provided the County has not terminated the lease, County shall commence paying full rent ($1,390.00 per month) on October 1, 1999; E) In the event that the work is not completed within 60 days after issuance of a building permit, rent shall abate and the County shall have the right to terminate if the work is not completed within 90 days; and F) the County will be responsible for the Landlord's architectural fees, which are estimated to be $3,000, notwithstanding any termination of the Lease. 7) The 5-year term will commence upon issuance of a certificate of occupancy for the premises. (PREM) Districts 2 & 3 (HJF) (FD&O)

56 6M-2 ADD-ON: Staff recommends motion to approve: an Escrow Agreement to hold $50,000 in escrow as security for resolution of title issues under the CHS contract. SUMMARY: On July 27, 1999 the County entered into an Agreement to purchase 11.963 acres at the intersection of Congress and Gun Club Road from CHS Properties for $2,332,088 (R99-1417D). Subsequent to execution of the Contract, it was discovered that the property is subject to an access easement which allows property owners to the east to access through the property and, if not released, could prevent the Department of Airports from abandoning a public road running through the property. CHS proposes to escrow $50,000 and proceed with the closing. After closing, the County will attempt to have the easement released. Any expenses associated with obtaining a release of the easement will be paid for out of the escrow. In the event the County is unsuccessful, the $50,000 will be paid to the County. The County is purchasing the CHS property for the sole purpose of protecting the Runway Protection Zone. While the existence of this easement will make it slightly more difficult to limit access to the property, $50,000 is more than adequate to compensate for this. (PREM) District 2/Countywide (HJF) (FD&O)

58 7B-1 REVISED MOTION & TITLE: Staff recommends motion to adopt re-appoint: a Resolution re-appointing two (2) members ... (HCD)

60 7F-1 REVISED TITLE: Fifteen (15) appointments to the South County Jury Trial Feasibility Committee.

Category Nominee Nominated By

Alliance of Delray Frank E Behrman Alliance of Delray Residential Associations

Residential Assoc. (1)

West Boca Community Alan Grubow West Boca Community Council

Council (1)

COBWRA (1) Lewis Doctor Coalition of Boynton West Residential Associations

Progressive Residents Bill Schwartz Progressive Residents of Delray (1)

Chief Judge (1) Nelson E. Baily Chief Judge of the Circuit Court

South PBC Bar Assoc. (1) Brian Glick, Esq South Palm Beach County Bar Association

City of Boynton Beach (1) Nellie Denahan City of Boynton Beach

City of Delray Beach (1) Michael Wright City of Delray Beach

City of Boca Raton (1) Scott Travasos City of Boca Raton

State Attorney (1) Moira K. Lasch State Attorney's Office

Public Defender (1) Cathy Iho Office of the Public Defender

CHOOSE FOUR (4)

BCC At-Large (4) Andrew Edwards CommissionerWarren Newell

David Self Commissioner Maude Ford Lee

Jimmy Weatherspoon Commissioner Maude Ford Lee

Saul Lesser Commissioner Burt Aaronson

Harold Ostrow Commissioner Burt Aaronson

George Spitzer Commissioner Burt Aaronson

Reeve Bright Commissioner Mary McCarty

60 7F-2 REVISED TITLE : Twelve (12) appointments to the North and West South County Jury Trial Feasibility Committee.

Category Nominee Nominated By

PBC Bar Assoc. (1) Mike Kranz Palm Beach County Bar Association

Chief Judge (1) Judge Sandra K. McSorley Chief Judge of the Circuit Court

Public Defender (1) Olga Fields Public Defender

State Attorney (1) Moira K. Lasch State Attorney

Glades area (1) Donia Roberts Commissioner Tony Masilotti

CHOOSE 3

Mid-West area (3) Robert R. Morris Village of Wellington

Roland Greenspan Indian Trail Improvement District

Matty Mattioli Commissioner Tony Masilotti

Larry Brownstein Commissioner Tony Masilotti

Fred Gordon Commissioner Tony Masilotti

CHOOSE 4

North County Thomas J. Baird Town of Jupiter

area (4) Emery J. Newell Village of North

Palm Beach

Gale M. English South Indian River Water Control District

Susan Daniels Commissioner Karen Marcus

Lenora Buchanon-Hurley Commissioner Karen Marcus

Allen Lavin Commissioner Karen Marcus

Daniel K. Corbett Commissioner Karen Marcus

David Self Commissioner Maude Ford Lee

60 7F-3 ADD-ON: Staff requests motion to approve: appointment of three (3) members to the Palm Beach County Complete Count 2000 Committee.

Nominee Organization Nominated By

Barbara Spence City of Belle Glade League of Cities

Ken Roetz Town of Lake Park League of Cities

Michael Jackson City of South Bay League of Cities

SUMMARY: The Board of County Commissioners adopted Resolution No. R99-761 on May 4, 1999 which created the Complete Count 2000 Committee. The Committee is comprised of community leaders and officials who will help educate the public about the importance of the Census and motivate participation to ensure Palm Beach County gets an accurate Census count. The County's Complete Count 2000 Committee will be comprised of 13 members. Ten (10) appointments have been previously made by the Board of County Commissioners (7 district appointments and 3 at-large appointments). Three nominations have been offered by the Palm Beach County League of Cities; appointments must be confirmed by the Board of County Commissioners. Countywide (Public Affairs)

2.B. ADOPTION

MOTION to adopt the Agenda as amended. Motion by Commissioner Marcus, seconded by Commissioner McCarty, and carried 6-0. Commissioner Masilotti absent.

REORDER THE AGENDA

MOTION TO reorder the Agenda to consider Item 6.G.1. before the 11:00 a.m. Time Certain. Motion by Commissioner Aaronson, seconded by Commissioner Marcus, and carried 6-0. Commissioner Masilotti absent.

2.C. UNSCHEDULED ITEMS - None

  • CONSENT AGENDA - See Page 55 for approval.
  • SPECIAL PRESENTATIONS - See Page 55.
  • PUBLIC HEARINGS - 9:30 A.M. - See Pages 55-58.

TIME CERTAIN - 11:00 A.M. - See separate meeting of this date, Item 5.A.

6. REGULAR AGENDA - See Pages 59-67.

TIME CERTAIN - 3:00 P.M. - 6.B.1 - Deleted as Time Certain only.

7. BOARD APPOINTMENTS - See Pages 68-71.

8. STAFF COMMENTS - See Page 71.

9. COMMISSIONER COMMENTS - See Pages 72-74.

10. ADJOURNMENT - See Page 74.

***** CONSENT AGENDA APPROVAL *****

3.A. ADMINISTRATION

3.A.1. DOCUMENT R-99-1421-D

RECEIVE AND FILE A FULLY EXECUTED STANDARD COUNTY AIRLINE-AIRPORT USE AND LEASE AGREEMENT FOR PALM BEACH INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT DATED JULY 1, 1999, WITH SPIRIT AIRLINES, INC. APPROVED 8-24-99

3.A.2.

a.

REQUEST BY TAX COLLECTOR JOHN K. CLARK TO ORDER THE 1999 TAX ROLL TO BE EXTENDED PRIOR TO COMPLETION OF THE VALUE ADJUSTMENT BOARD HEARINGS. APPROVED 8-24-99

b.

DIRECT THE VALUE ADJUSTMENT BOARD TO CERTIFY THE 1999 ASSESSMENT ROLL. APPROVED 8-24-99

3.A.3.

a.

RECEIVE AND FILE RESOLUTION 741 OF THE TOWN OF HIGHLAND BEACH URGING THE STATE TO CREATE A NO-WAKE ZONE WITHIN THE BOUNDARIES OF THE TOWN. APPROVED 8-24-99

b.

RECEIVE AND FILE RESOLUTION 21 OF THE TOWN OF LAKE PARK REQUESTING AND URGING THE U.S. ARMY CORPS OF ENGINEERS AND THE SOUTH FLORIDA WATER MANAGEMENT DISTRICT TO MODIFY THE EXISTING S-44 WATER CONTROL STRUCTURE LOCATED WITHIN THE C-17 CANAL BY INSTALLATION OF A THIRD CONTROL GATE AS ORIGINALLY DESIGNATED. APPROVED 8-24-99

c.

RECEIVE AND FILE RESOLUTION 99 OF THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS, CYPRESS GROVE COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT DISTRICT, EXPRESSING OPPOSITION TO THE COMMERCIAL NEEDS ASSESSMENT REPORT PREPARED BY THE COUNTY PLANNING DIVISION; AND DIRECTING THE CHAIR OF THE DISTRICT TO FORWARD A COPY OF THIS RESOLUTION TO THE LAND USE ADVISORY BOARD AND THE COUNTY COMMISSIONERS. APPROVED 8-24-99

d.

RECEIVE AND FILE RESOLUTION 99-4 OF PALM BEACH COUNTY LEAGUE OF CITIES, INC., REQUESTING THAT THE FLORIDA BUILDING COMMISSION SUPPORT AND PROPOSE A STATEWIDE MINIMUM BUILDING CODE THAT DOES NOT LESSEN THE LEVEL OF SAFETY AND PROTECTION IN PLACE IN SOUTH FLORIDA AND OTHER AREAS WHERE POTENTIAL DAMAGE FROM SPECIAL WIND, HURRICANE, AND TROPICAL STORM CONDITIONS EXIST. APPROVED 8-24-99

3.A.4.

a.

RECEIVE AND FILE ORDINANCE 99-14 OF THE CITY OF GREENACRES ANNEXING AN 80-FOOT STRIP PARCEL OF LAND APPROXIMATELY 6.8 ACRES IN SIZE LOCATED WEST OF THE RIVER BRIDGE PLANNED UNIT DEVELOPMENT (PUD) FROM FOREST HILL BOULEVARD TO DILLMAN ROAD. APPROVED 8-24-99

b.

RECEIVE AND FILE ORDINANCE 99-23 OF THE CITY OF GREENACRES ANNEXING APPROXIMATELY 22.27 ACRES LOCATED ON THE SOUTHWEST CORNER OF HAVERHILL ROAD AND MELALEUCA LANE, AS REQUESTED BY THE COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT. APPROVED 8-24-99

c.

RECEIVE AND FILE ORDINANCE 99-26 OF THE CITY OF GREENACRES ANNEXING APPROXIMATELY 5.12 ACRES OF LAND, AS REQUESTED BY THE AMERICAN ASSISTED LIVING CORPORATION, TO BE LOCATED AT 3400 JOG ROAD. APPROVED 8-24-99

3.A.5.

RECEIVE AND FILE ORDINANCE 570 OF THE VILLAGE OF ROYAL PALM BEACH ANNEXING APPROXIMATELY 24.07 ACRES OF REAL PROPERTY LOCATED ON THE NORTHWEST CORNER OF SOUTHERN BOULEVARD AND CRESTWOOD BOULEVARD PURSUANT TO TWO PETITIONS FOR VOLUNTARY ANNEXATION; AND DECLARING THAT THE VOLUNTARY ANNEXATION PETITIONS BEAR THE SIGNATURES OF ALL OWNERS OF THE REAL PROPERTY ANNEXED THEREBY. APPROVED 8-24-99

3.B. CLERK

3.B.1.

WARRANT LIST DATED AUGUST 23, 1999. APPROVED 8-24-99

COMPUTER CHECKS $ 34,083,937.01

WIRE TRANSFERS 65,135,290.66

MANUAL CHECKS 464,271.88

$ 99,683,499.55

3.B.2.

MINUTES OF THE MARCH 2 REGULAR BCC MEETING, MARCH 29 ZONING MEETING, MARCH 30 COMPREHENSIVE PLAN MEETING, APRIL 6 REGULAR BCC MEETING, APRIL 20 REGULAR BCC MEETING, APRIL 22 ZONING MEETING, MAY 4 REGULAR BCC MEETING, MAY 11 ZONING MEETING, MAY 18 REGULAR BCC MEETING AND ENVIRONMENTAL CONTROL BOARD MEETING, MAY 25 BCC WORKSHOP, MAY 26 BUDGET WORKSHOP, AND MAY 27 ZONING MEETING. APPROVED 8-24-99

3.B.3.

CONTRACTS ON THE CONTRACT LIST EXECUTED BY THE PURCHASING DIRECTOR, RISK MANAGEMENT DIRECTOR, OR TOURIST DEVELOPMENT DIRECTOR:

a.

TERM CONTRACT RENEWAL TOTALING $322,500 WITH EAST COAST FIRE EQUIPMENT, INC., SAFETY EQUIPMENT COMPANY, BISCAYNE-HAVANA FIRE & SAFETY EQUIPMENT COMPANY, MUNICIPAL EQUIPMENT COMPANY, ELITE FIRE & SAFETY EQUIPMENT, AND TEN 8 FIRE EQUIPMENT, INC., TO PROVIDE FIREFIGHTING EQUIPMENT AND REPLACEMENT PARTS ON AN AS-NEEDED BASIS FROM SEPTEMBER 29, 1999, THROUGH SEPTEMBER 28, 2000. APPROVED 8-24-99

b.

TERM CONTRACT RENEWAL FOR $133,535 WITH ALL-GREEN IRRIGATION & LANDSCAPE, INC., TO PROVIDE COASTAL DUNE PLANTING ON AN AS-NEEDED BASIS FROM SEPTEMBER 16, 1999, THROUGH SEPTEMBER 15, 2000. APPROVED 8-24-99

c.

TERM CONTRACT RENEWAL FOR $978,025.92 WITH WEISER SECURITY SERVICES, INC., TO PROVIDE ARMED AND UNARMED SECURITY SERVICES FOR THE COURTHOUSE AND ANNEXES FROM SEPTEMBER 1, 1999, THROUGH AUGUST 31, 2000. APPROVED 8-24-99

d.

TERM CONTRACT TOTALING $150,000 WITH NATIVE CREATIONS AND ZIMMERMAN TREE SERVICE FOR THE RELOCATION OF PALM TREES ON AN AS-NEEDED BASIS FROM SEPTEMBER 1, 1999, THROUGH AUGUST 31, 2000. APPROVED 8-24-99

e.

(1) DOCUMENT R-99-1422-D

PURCHASE ORDER WITH AERO PRODUCTS CORPORATION FOR $224,858 FOR THE PURCHASE OF TWO ADVANCED LIFE SUPPORT RESCUE VEHICLES WITH TRAFFIC ADVISOR OPTION INSTALLED. APPROVED 8-24-99

 

(2) DOCUMENT R-99-1423-D

PURCHASE ORDER WITH FERRARA FIRE APPARATUS, INC., FOR $448,734 FOR THE PURCHASE OF TWO GPM FIRE PUMPERS. APPROVED 8-24-99

f. DOCUMENT R-99-1424-D

PURCHASE ORDER WITH PIONEER KAISER, INC., FOR $228,700 FOR THE PURCHASE OF AN ALL TERRAIN WALKING EXCAVATOR. APPROVED 8-24-99

g.

TERM CONTRACT FOR $267,600 WITH NEC BUSINESS NETWORK SOLUTIONS, INC., FOR THE PURCHASE AND INSTALLATION OF AN ELECTRONIC TELEPHONE SYSTEM AND SUPPORT FOR THAT SYSTEM FROM AUGUST 24, 1999, THROUGH AUGUST 23, 2002. APPROVED 8-24-99

h.

TERM CONTRACT FOR $223,300 WITH POLYDYNE, INC., FOR THE PURCHASE OF CATIONIC FLOCCULANT FROM AUGUST 24, 1999, THROUGH FEBRUARY 25, 2001. APPROVED 8-24-99

i.

TERM CONTRACT WITH H2O UTILITY SERVICES, INC., FOR $544,244 FOR THE REPLACEMENT OF WATER METERS ON AN AS-NEEDED BASIS FROM SEPTEMBER 7, 1999, THROUGH SEPTEMBER 6, 2000. APPROVED 8-24-99

j.

TERM CONTRACT RENEWAL WITH GENERAL GMC TRUCK SALES FOR $512,000 FOR PURCHASE OF REPLACEMENT PARTS FOR DETROIT DIESEL ENGINES AND ALLISON TRANSMISSIONS FROM OCTOBER 21, 1999, THROUGH APRIL 20, 2001. APPROVED 8-24-99

k.

TERM CONTRACT WITH ARBOR TREE & LANDSCAPE CO., INC., CHARLES S. WHITESIDE, INC., CHUCK'S BACKHOE SERVICE, INC., D. S. EAKINS CONSTRUCTION CORPORATION, INC., HARDRIVES, INC., J. W. CHEATHAM, INC., KIMMENS CONTRACTING CORPORATION, INC., MURRAY LOGAN CONSTRUCTION, INC., PALMWOOD CORPORATION, INC., PROSPERITY DREDGING CO., INC., RIO BAK CORPORATION, INC., AND MURPHY CONSTRUCTION COMPANY TOTALING $731,500 FOR RENTAL OF HEAVY EQUIPMENT WITH OPERATOR FROM AUGUST 24, 1999, THROUGH AUGUST 23, 2000. APPROVED 8-24-99

l. DOCUMENT R-99-1425-D

AMENDMENT 1 TO THE CONTRACT WITH SEDGWICK OF FLORIDA, INC., FOR $131,880 TO ADMINISTER THE COMMERCIAL GENERAL LIABILITY INSURANCE PACKAGE FOR AIRPORTS FROM OCTOBER 10, 1999, THROUGH OCTOBER 9, 2000. (AMENDS R-98-1406-D) APPROVED 8-24-99

m. DOCUMENT R-99-1426-D

CONTRACT WITH COMPUNNEL SOUTHEAST, INC., FOR AN AMOUNT TO BE PAID TO SIX PRE-QUALIFIED CONTRACTORS NOT TO EXCEED $4 MILLION FOR SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT SUPPORT AND TECHNICAL SERVICES SUPPORT, AND TO STAFF THE YEAR 2000 PROJECT IN THE INFORMATION SYSTEMS SERVICES (ISS)6 DEPARTMENT ON AN AS-NEEDED BASIS FROM AUGUST 25, 1999, THROUGH AUGUST 24, 2001. APPROVED 8-24-99

n. DOCUMENT R-99-1427-D

CONTRACT WITH COMPUTER AID, INC., FOR AN AMOUNT TO BE PAID TO SIX PRE-QUALIFIED CONTRACTORS NOT TO EXCEED $4 MILLION FOR SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT SUPPORT AND TECHNICAL SERVICES SUPPORT, AND TO STAFF THE YEAR 2000 PROJECT IN THE INFORMATION SYSTEMS SERVICES DEPARTMENT ON AN AS-NEEDED BASIS FROM AUGUST 25, 1999, THROUGH AUGUST 24, 2001. APPROVED 8-24-99

o. DOCUMENT R-99-1428-D

CONTRACT WITH COMPUTER HORIZONS CORPORATION FOR AN AMOUNT TO BE PAID TO SIX PRE-QUALIFIED CONTRACTORS NOT TO EXCEED $4 MILLION FOR SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT SUPPORT AND TECHNICAL SERVICES SUPPORT, AND TO STAFF THE YEAR 2000 PROJECT IN THE INFORMATION SYSTEMS SERVICES DEPARTMENT ON AN AS-NEEDED BASIS FROM AUGUST 25, 1999, THROUGH AUGUST 24, 2001. APPROVED 8-24-99

p. DOCUMENT R-99-1429-D

CONTRACT WITH NINE RIVERS TECHNOLOGY CORPORATION FOR AN AMOUNT TO BE PAID TO SIX PRE-QUALIFIED CONTRACTORS NOT TO EXCEED $4 MILLION FOR SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT SUPPORT AND TECHNICAL SERVICES SUPPORT, AND TO STAFF THE YEAR 2000 PROJECT IN THE INFORMATION SYSTEMS SERVICES DEPARTMENT ON AN AS-NEEDED BASIS FROM AUGUST 25, 1999, THROUGH AUGUST 24, 2001. APPROVED 8-24-99

q. DOCUMENT R-99-1430-D

CONTRACT WITH QUANTUMRESOURCES CORPORATION FOR AN AMOUNT TO BE PAID TO SIX PRE-QUALIFIED CONTRACTORS NOT TO EXCEED $4 MILLION FOR SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT SUPPORT AND TECHNICAL SERVICES SUPPORT, AND TO STAFF THE YEAR 2000 PROJECT IN THE INFORMATION SYSTEMS SERVICES DEPARTMENT ON AN AS-NEEDED BASIS FROM AUGUST 25, 1999, THROUGH AUGUST 24, 2001. APPROVED 8-24-99

r. DOCUMENT R-99-1431-D

CONTRACT WITH RADIANT SYSTEMS, INC., FOR AN AMOUNT TO BE PAID TO SIX PRE-QUALIFIED CONTRACTORS NOT TO EXCEED $4 MILLION FOR SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT SUPPORT AND TECHNICAL SERVICES SUPPORT, AND TO STAFF THE YEAR 2000 PROJECT IN THE INFORMATION SYSTEMS SERVICES DEPARTMENT ON AN AS-NEEDED BASIS FROM AUGUST 25, 1999, THROUGH AUGUST 24, 2001. APPROVED 8-24-99

s.

WORKER'S COMPENSATION CLAIM SETTLEMENT WITH NORMAN HENSCHEL FOR $125,000. APPROVED 8-24-99

t.

WORKER'S COMPENSATION CLAIM SETTLEMENT WITH PAUL DANELUTTI FOR $255,000. APPROVED 8-24-99

u.

WORKER'S COMPENSATION CLAIM SETTLEMENT WITH ROSA MAE BRADFORD FOR $90,000. APPROVED 8-24-99

v.

WORKER'S COMPENSATION CLAIM SETTLEMENT WITH WAYNE RICHARDSON FOR $180,000. APPROVED 8-24-99

w.

WORKER'S COMPENSATION CLAIM SETTLEMENT WITH JULIE MARCINKOSKI FOR $100,000. APPROVED 8-24-99

x. DOCUMENT R-99-1432-D

CATEGORY B GRANT AGREEMENT WITH THE NORTON GALLERY AND SCHOOL OF ART, INC., FOR $112,956 TO FUND EXHIBITIONS, LECTURES, AND OTHER EVENTS FOR GRANT PERIOD OCTOBER 1, 1999, THROUGH SEPTEMBER 30, 2000. APPROVED 8-24-99

y. DOCUMENT R-99-1433-D

CATEGORY B GRANT AGREEMENT WITH SUNFEST OF PALM BEACH COUNTY, INC., FOR $111,601 TO FUND SUNFEST 2000, A MUSIC, ART, AND WATERFRONT FESTIVAL FOR GRANT PERIOD OCTOBER 1, 1999, THROUGH SEPTEMBER 30, 2000. APPROVED 8-24-99

z. DOCUMENT R-99-1434-D

CATEGORY B GRANT AGREEMENT WITH HENRY MORRISON FLAGLER MUSEUM, INC., FOR $110,697 TO FUND TOURS, EXHIBITIONS, LECTURES, AND OTHER EVENTS FOR GRANT PERIOD OCTOBER 1, 1999, THROUGH SEPTEMBER 30, 2000. APPROVED 8-24-99

aa. DOCUMENT R-99-1435-D

CATEGORY B GRANT AGREEMENT WITH THE MORIKAMI, INC., FOR $109,116 TO FUND EXHIBITIONS, LECTURES, AND OTHER EVENTS FOR GRANT PERIOD OCTOBER 1, 1999, THROUGH SEPTEMBER 30, 2000. APPROVED 8-24-99

bb. DOCUMENT R-99-1436-D

CATEGORY B GRANT AGREEMENT WITH FLORIDA STAGE, INC., FOR $108,438 TO FUND THE 1999-2000 SEASON CONSISTING OF FIVE CONTEMPORARY PLAYS, A SUMMER MUSICAL PRODUCTION, AND OTHER PROGRAMS AND SERIES FOR GRANT PERIOD OCTOBER 1, 1999, THROUGH SEPTEMBER 30, 2000. APPROVED 8-24-99

cc. DOCUMENT R-99-1437-D

CATEGORY B GRANT AGREEMENT WITH PALM BEACH OPERA, INC., FOR $104,371 TO FUND FIVE PERFORMANCES OF FOUR OPERA PRODUCTIONS, VARIOUS CONCERTS, AND THE ANNUAL VOCAL COMPETITION AND CONCERT FOR GRANT PERIOD OCTOBER 1, 1999, THROUGH SEPTEMBER 30, 2000. APPROVED 8-24-99

dd. DOCUMENT R-99-1438-D

CATEGORY B GRANT AGREEMENT WITH BOCA RATON MUSEUM OF ART, INC., FOR $103,920 TO FUND 20 REGIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITIONS, AND THE PROMOTION AND ADVERTISING OF THE 4TH ANNUAL OUTDOOR JEWELRY FESTIVAL AND THE 14TH ANNUAL JURIED OUTDOOR ART FESTIVAL FOR GRANT PERIOD OCTOBER 1, 1999, THROUGH SEPTEMBER 30, 2000. APPROVED 8-24-99

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CATEGORY B GRANT AGREEMENT WITH MIAMI CITY BALLET, INC., FOR $103,543 TO FUND 21 PERFORMANCES AT THE KRAVIS CENTER FOR THE PERFORMING ARTS FOR GRANT PERIOD OCTOBER 1, 1999, THROUGH SEPTEMBER 30, 2000. APPROVED 8-24-99

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CATEGORY B GRANT AGREEMENT WITH ZOOLOGICAL SOCIETY OF THE PALM BEACHES, INC., FOR $103,016 TO FUND THE VISITOR ATTENDANCE MAINTENANCE DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM FOR GRANT PERIOD OCTOBER 1, 1999, THROUGH SEPTEMBER 30, 2000. APPROVED 8-24-99

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CATEGORY B GRANT AGREEMENT WITH CALDWELL THEATRE COMPANY, INC., FOR $102,790 TO FUND THE 1999-2000 25TH ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION SEASON INCLUDING SIX PLAYS, READINGS, AND OTHER PERFORMING ARTS PROGRAMS FOR GRANT PERIOD OCTOBER 1, 1999, THROUGH SEPTEMBER 30, 2000. APPROVED 8-24-99

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CATEGORY B GRANT AGREEMENT WITH INTERNATIONAL MUSEUM OF CARTOON ART, INC., FOR $102,112 TO FUND PROGRAM DEVELOPMENT AND INCREASE MARKETING FOR EXHIBITIONS, A LECTURE SERIES, EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS AND PUBLICATIONS, AND COMMUNITY OUTREACH FOR GRANT PERIOD OCTOBER 1, 1999, THROUGH SEPTEMBER 30, 2000. APPROVED 8-24-99

ii. DOCUMENT R-99-1443-D

CATEGORY B GRANT AGREEMENT WITH PALM BEACH POPS, INC., FOR $99,401 TO FUND SIX CONCERTS AT THE KRAVIS CENTER FOR THE PERFORMING ARTS AND SIX CONCERTS AT FLORIDA ATLANTIC UNIVERSITY FOR GRANT PERIOD OCTOBER 1, 1999, THROUGH SEPTEMBER 30, 2000. APPROVED 8-24-99

jj. DOCUMENT R-99-1444-D

CATEGORY B GRANT AGREEMENT WITH BALLET FLORIDA, INC., FOR $99,175 TO FUND 28 PERFORMANCES IN FOUR DIFFERENT VENUES IN THE COUNTY FOR GRANT PERIOD OCTOBER 1, 1999, THROUGH SEPTEMBER 30, 2000. APPROVED 8-24-99

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CATEGORY B GRANT AGREEMENT WITH FLORIDA PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA, INC., FOR $96,013 TO FUND THE PRESENTATION AND PRODUCTION OF 32 CONCERTS DURING THE 1999-2000 SEASON FOR GRANT PERIOD OCTOBER 1, 1999, THROUGH SEPTEMBER 30, 2000. APPROVED 8-24-99

ll. DOCUMENT R-99-1446-D

CATEGORY B GRANT AGREEMENT WITH OLD SCHOOL SQUARE, INC., FOR $95,561 TO FUND FIRST NIGHT DELRAY, DELRAY AFFAIR, AND OTHER VISUAL AND PERFORMING ARTS PROGRAMS FOR GRANT PERIOD OCTOBER 1, 1999, THROUGH SEPTEMBER 30, 2000. APPROVED 8-24-99

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CATEGORY B GRANT AGREEMENT WITH SOUTH FLORIDA SCIENCE MUSEUM, INC., FOR $95,335 TO FUND EXHIBITS ON SPACE, THE OCEANS, AND A SERIES OF LASER CONCERTS FOR GRANT PERIOD OCTOBER 1, 1999, THROUGH SEPTEMBER 30, 1999. APPROVED 8-24-99

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CATEGORY B GRANT AGREEMENT WITH PALM BEACH PHOTOGRAPHIC CENTRE, INC., FOR $90,517 TO FUND EXHIBITIONS, WORKSHOPS, AND A LECTURE SERIES FOR GRANT PERIOD OCTOBER 1, 1999, THROUGH SEPTEMBER 30, 2000. APPROVED 8-24-99

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CATEGORY B GRANT AGREEMENT WITH ROBERT & MARY MONTGOMERY ARMORY ART CENTER, INC., FOR $87,663 TO FUND 20 VISUAL ARTS EXHIBITIONS, WORKSHOPS, AND OTHER PROGRAMS AND EVENTS FOR GRANT PERIOD OCTOBER 1, 1999, THROUGH SEPTEMBER 30, 2000. APPROVED 8-24-99

pp. DOCUMENT R-99-1450-D

CATEGORY B GRANT AGREEMENT WITH ROYAL PALM FESTIVAL DINNER THEATRE CENTRE, INC., FOR $87,428 TO FUND PLAYS, MUSICALS, SPECIAL EVENTS, AND CELEBRITY LECTURES FOR GRANT PERIOD OCTOBER 1, 1999, THROUGH SEPTEMBER 30, 2000. APPROVED 8-24-99

qq. DOCUMENT R-99-1451-D

CATEGORY B GRANT AGREEMENT WITH PALM BEACH INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL, INC., FOR $60,793 TO FUND THE FIFTH ANNUAL FILM FESTIVAL FOR GRANT PERIOD OCTOBER 1, 1999, THROUGH SEPTEMBER 30, 2000. APPROVED 8-24-99

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CATEGORY B GRANT AGREEMENT WITH PALM BEACH COMMUNITY COLLEGE FOR $57,086 TO FUND THE 1999-2000 GUEST ARTIST SEASON, DURING WHICH THE EISSEY THEATRE AND WATSON B. DUNCAN III THEATRE PRESENT A PROFESSIONAL GUEST ARTIST SERIES, CHAMBER MUSIC SERIES, FAMILY SERIES, AND EXTENSION OF OUTREACH ACTIVITIES INTO SEVERAL UNDERSERVED AREAS IN THE COUNTY FOR GRANT PERIOD OCTOBER 1, 1999, THROUGH SEPTEMBER 30, 2000. APPROVED 8-24-99

ss. DOCUMENT R-99-1453-D

CATEGORY B GRANT AGREEMENT WITH FLORIDA HISTORY CENTER & MUSEUM, INC., FOR $44,283 TO FUND THE COMPLETION OF A MAJOR RENOVATION OF THE JUPITER INLET LIGHTHOUSE, RESUMPTION OF THE LIGHTHOUSE GUIDED CLIMBING PROGRAM, ADDITION OF A SEMINOLE-STYLE LOG CABIN, EXHIBITS, LECTURES, AND VARIOUS OTHER PROGRAMS FOR GRANT PERIOD OCTOBER 1, 1999, THROUGH SEPTEMBER 30, 2000. APPROVED 8-24-99

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CATEGORY B GRANT AGREEMENT WITH FLORIDA SYMPHONIC POPS, INC., DBA BOCA POPS, FOR $43,488 TO FUND THE 1999-2000 SEASON OF 20 MAIN SERIES CONCERTS, HOLIDAY CELEBRATION CONCERT, TWO OUTDOOR ADMISSION-FREE CONCERTS, AND TWO JULY 4TH CELEBRATION CONCERTS FOR GRANT PERIOD OCTOBER 1, 1999, THROUGH SEPTEMBER 30, 2000. APPROVED 8-24-99

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CATEGORY B GRANT AGREEMENT WITH BOCA BALLET THEATRE COMPANY FOR $34,424 TO FUND THE INDEPENDENT PRODUCTION OF THREE FULL-LENGTH DANCE PRODUCTIONS, CONCERT, AND A FIVE-WEEK SUMMER WORKSHOP FOR GRANT PERIOD OCTOBER 1, 1999, THROUGH SEPTEMBER 30, 2000. APPROVED 8-24-99

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CATEGORY B GRANT AGREEMENT WITH LIGHTHOUSE GALLERY, INC., FOR $21,092 TO FUND VISITOR DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM EXHIBITIONS, SPECIAL EVENTS, PROGRAMS, AND FINE ARTS FESTIVAL FOR GRANT PERIOD OCTOBER 1, 1999, THROUGH SEPTEMBER 30, 2000. APPROVED 8-24-99

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CATEGORY B GRANT AGREEMENT WITH BOCA RATON HISTORICAL SOCIETY, INC., FOR $15,181 TO FUND MARKETING COSTS RELATED TO HISTORICAL TOURS OF THE BOCA RATON RESORT & CLUB, TROLLEY TOURS OF BOCA RATON, A REGIONAL COOKING SERIES, AND LECTURES FOR GRANT PERIOD OCTOBER 1, 1999, THROUGH SEPTEMBER 30, 2000. APPROVED 8-24-99

3.B.4.

RECEIVE AND FILE THE LIST OF ERRORS, INSOLVENCIES, DOUBLE ASSESSMENTS, DISCOUNTS, AND VALUE ADJUSTMENT BOARD REDUCTIONS ON THE 1998 ASSESSMENT ROLL. APPROVED 8-24-99

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RECEIVE AND FILE CHANGE ORDERS, WORK TASK ORDERS, AND CONSULTANT SERVICES AUTHORIZATIONS, APPROVED BY THE CONTRACT REVIEW COMMITTEE AND BY THE DEPARTMENT HEADS FOR ENGINEERING AND PUBLIC WORKS, FACILITIES DEVELOPMENT AND OPERATIONS, WATER UTILITIES, ENVIRONMENTAL RESOURCES MANAGEMENT, AND AIRPORTS DURING JUNE 1999. APPROVED 8-24-99

a.

THE FOLLOWING CONSTRUCTION CHANGE ORDERS UNDER $10,000 WERE APPROVED BY THE LEAD DEPARTMENTS DURING JUNE 1999:

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CHANGE ORDER 2 WITH LUTZ BUILDERS, INC., FOR $6,126 TO REPLACE EXISTING AIR HANDLING UNIT 3 AT THE WEST COUNTY ADMINISTRATION BUILDING. (ORIGINAL CONTRACT AMOUNT $214,103) (AMENDS R-98-1738-D) APPROVED 8-24-99

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CHANGE ORDER 6 WITH SELECT CONTRACTING, INC., FOR $399 TO MODIFY LOCKS IN THE MEDICAL EXAMINER'S OFFICE, PLUS A 2-DAY TIME EXTENSION FOR THE MEDICAL EXAMINER'S BUILDING PROJECT. (ORIGINAL CONTRACT AMOUNT $1,721,000) (AMENDS R-97-1468-D) APPROVED 8-24-99

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CHANGE ORDER 7 WITH SELECT CONTRACTING, INC., FOR A DECREASE OF $3,058 FOR ADDITIONAL ASBESTOS ABATEMENT WORK REQUIRED TO MEET COUNTY REGULATIONS AND DELETION OF SUBCONTRACTOR FOR THE MEDICAL EXAMINER'S BUILDING PROJECT. (ORIGINAL CONTRACT AMOUNT $1,721,000) (AMENDS R-97-1468-D) APPROVED 8-24-99

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CHANGE ORDER 3 WITH T. L. WINGATE, INC., FOR $200 TO INSTALL BEST HARDWARE LOCKSETS AND DEADBOLTS, PLUS A 3-DAY TIME EXTENSION FOR THE SOUTH COUNTY REGIONAL PARK CARETAKER'S RESIDENCE PROJECT. (ORIGINAL CONTRACT AMOUNT $116,150) (AMENDS R-97-1542-D) APPROVED 8-24-99

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CHANGE ORDER 1 WITH ANZAC CONTRACTORS, INC., FOR $656 TO INSTALL SRT350 GUARDRAIL END TREATMENTS IN LIEU OF END BUFFER TREATMENTS FOR THE COUNTY ROAD 827A AND U.S. 27 INTERSECTION IMPROVEMENTS PROJECT. (ORIGINAL CONTRACT AMOUNT $715,495.51) (AMENDS R-98-1416-D) APPROVED 8-24-99

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CHANGE ORDER 2 WITH ANZAC CONTRACTORS, INC., FOR A 3-DAY TIME EXTENSION FOR THE COUNTY ROAD 827A AND U.S. 27 INTERSECTION IMPROVEMENTS PROJECT. NO FISCAL IMPACT. (ORIGINAL CONTRACT AMOUNT $715,495.51) (AMENDS R-98-1416-D) APPROVED 8-24-99

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CHANGE ORDER 3 WITH J. W. CHEATHAM, INC., FOR $6,965 TO INSTALL TYPE D CURB AND STAMPED CONCRETE IN LIEU OF TYPE IV SEPARATOR AND TO INSTALL IRRIGATION SLEEVES, PLUS A 10-DAY TIME EXTENSION FOR THE CONGRESS AVENUE FROM BLUE HERON BOULEVARD TO NORTHLAKE BOULEVARD, THE NORTHLAKE BOULEVARD RELIEVER FROM GARDENS ROAD TO CONGRESS AVENUE, AND SILVER BEACH ROAD FROM CONGRESS AVENUE TO AVENUE S PROJECTS. (ORIGINAL CONTRACT AMOUNT $5,297,827.96) (AMENDS R-98-1414-D) APPROVED 8-24-99

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CHANGE ORDER 3 WITH COMMUNITY ASPHALT CORPORATION FOR $2,910 TO REMOVE AND RESET EXISTING GUARDRAIL, PLUS A 13-DAY TIME EXTENSION FOR THE CRESTWOOD BOULEVARD FROM CYPRESS LAKE DRIVE TO OKEECHOBEE BOULEVARD PROJECT. (ORIGINAL CONTRACT AMOUNT $2,765,606.50) (AMENDS R-98-513-D) APPROVED 8-24-99

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CHANGE ORDER 4 WITH GOLDEN EAGLE ENGINEERING CONTRACTORS, INC., FOR A 2-DAY TIME EXTENSION FOR THE MELALEUCA LANE FROM HAVERHILL ROAD TO MILITARY TRAIL PROJECT. NO FISCAL IMPACT. (ORIGINAL CONTRACT AMOUNT $1,168,088.10) (AMENDS R-98-1408-D) APPROVED 8-24-99

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CHANGE ORDER 5 WITH GOLDEN EAGLE ENGINEERING CONTRACTORS, INC., TO ADD AN ADDITIONAL 5 INCH OF BASE IN LIEU OF 12 INCH STABILIZED SUBGRADE FOR THE MELALEUCA LANE FROM HAVERHILL RO

AD TO MILITARY TRAIL PROJECT. NO FISCAL IMPACT. (ORIGINAL CONTRACT AMOUNT $1,168,088.10) (AMENDS R-98-1408-D) APPROVED 8-24-99

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CHANGE ORDER 6 WITH GOLDEN EAGLE ENGINEERING CONTRACTORS, INC., FOR A DECREASE OF $1,268 FOR DRAINAGE REVISIONS NECESSARY TO AVOID CONFLICT WITH EXISTING FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT COMPANY POLES FOR THE MELALEUCA LANE FROM HAVERHILL ROAD TO MILITARY TRAIL PROJECT. (ORIGINAL CONTRACT AMOUNT $1,168,088.10) (AMENDS R-98-1207-D) APPROVED 8-24-99

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CHANGE ORDER 4 WITH GOLDEN EAGLE ENGINEERING CONTRACTORS, INC., FOR A 3-DAY TIME EXTENSION FOR THE PALMETTO PARK ROAD AND LYONS ROAD INTERSECTION IMPROVEMENTS PROJECT. NO FISCAL IMPACT. (ORIGINAL CONTRACT AMOUNT $344,641.95) (AMENDS R-98-1418-D) APPROVED 8-24-99

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CHANGE ORDER 6 WITH GOLDEN EAGLE ENGINEERING CONTRACTORS, INC., FOR AN 11-DAY TIME EXTENSION FOR THE PALMETTO PARK ROAD AND LYONS ROAD INTERSECTION IMPROVEMENTS PROJECT. NO FISCAL IMPACT. (ORIGINAL CONTRACT AMOUNT $344,641.95) (AMENDS R-98-1418-D) APPROVED 8-24-99

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CHANGE ORDER 1 WITH HARDRIVES, INC., FOR AN 8-DAY TIME EXTENSION FOR THE CONGRESS AVENUE FROM MINER ROAD TO HYPOLUXO ROAD PROJECT. NO FISCAL IMPACT. (ORIGINAL CONTRACT AMOUNT $2,140,044.01) (AMENDS R-98-1409-D) APPROVED 8-24-99

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CHANGE ORDER 2 WITH HARDRIVES, INC., FOR $5,400 TO REMOVE AND REGRADE TWO EXISTING TURN LANES TO MEET NEW ROADWAY CROSS SLOPE, PLUS A 6-DAY TIME EXTENSION FOR THE CONGRESS AVENUE FROM MINER ROAD TO HYPOLUXO ROAD PROJECT. (ORIGINAL CONTRACT AMOUNT $2,140,044.01) (AMENDS R-98-1409-D) APPROVED 8-24-99

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CHANGE ORDER 9 WITH RANGER CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRIES, INC., FOR A DECREASE OF $2,937 FOR DELETION OF THE NO PARKING SIGNS PER THE FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION FOR THE STATE ROAD 7 FROM SOUTHERN BOULEVARD TO OKEECHOBEE BOULEVARD PROJECT. (ORIGINAL CONTRACT AMOUNT $3,083,637.45) (AMENDS R-97-722-D) APPROVED 8-24-99

b.

THE FOLLOWING ITEMS WERE APPROVED BY THE LEAD DEPARTMENT OR THE CONTRACT REVIEW COMMITTEE UNDER THE JOB ORDER CONTRACT (JOC) PROGRAM FOR JUNE 1999:

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JOB ORDER CONTRACT WORK ORDER 99-071 WITH H. A. CONTRACTING CORPORATION FOR $3,534 TO REPAIR AND REPLACE DESIGNATED AREAS OF EXISTING STUCCO WHICH HAVE BECOME UNBONDED WITH SUBSURFACE MASONRY AT THE PALM BEACH INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT EAST WALL PATCHING PROJECT. (AMENDS R-97-1119-D) APPROVED 8-24-99

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JOB ORDER CONTRACT WORK ORDER 99-083 WITH H. A. CONTRACTING CORPORATION FOR $16,354 TO REPAIR AND REPLACE EXPANSION-CONTROL JOINT AND ADJACENT CONCRETE AT THE PALM BEACH INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT MAIN TERMINAL EXIT ROADWAY RAMP. (AMENDS R-98-1207-D) APPROVED 8-24-99

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JOB ORDER CONTRACT WORK ORDER 99-140 WITH H. A. CONTRACTING CORPORATION FOR $4,744 TO PROVIDE FOUR ADDITIONAL ELECTRICAL CIRCUITS IN INFORMATION SYSTEMS SERVICES ROOMS 802.19 AND 802.20 FOR THE GOVERNMENTAL CENTER PROJECT. (AMENDS R-98-1207-D) APPROVED 8-24-99

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JOB ORDER CONTRACT WORK ORDER 99-159 WITH H. A. CONTRACTING CORPORATION FOR $706 TO REDUCE LEXAN PARTITION PASS-THRU OPENING, AFTER INSTALLATION OF PARTITION, FOR THE JUDICIAL CENTER PROJECT. (AMENDS R-98-1207-D) APPROVED 8-24-99

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JOB ORDER CONTRACT WORK ORDER 99-160 WITH H. A. CONTRACTING CORPORATION FOR $9,821 TO CORRECT EXPANSION JOINT SPECIFIED WATSON-BOWMAN 201 SERIES AS REQUIRED FOR THE PALM BEACH INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT LONG-TERM PARKING PROJECT. (AMENDS R-98-1207-D) APPROVED 8-24-99

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JOB ORDER CONTRACT WORK ORDER 99-086 WITH HOLT CONTRACTORS, INC., FOR $37,033 TO REPLACE DECKING AND FENDER SYSTEMS ON NINE PIERS AT THE OCEAN INLET PARK. (AMENDS R-98-1206-D) APPROVED 8-24-99

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JOB ORDER CONTRACT WORK ORDER 99-132 WITH HOLT CONTRACTORS, INC., FOR $6,198 FOR HEATING, VENTING, AND AIR-CONDITIONING REPAIRS INCLUDING: REPLACEMENT OF AIR-CONDITIONING/HEATING UNIT 2 AND NEW COPPER LINES FOR BOTH AIR-CONDITIONING/HEATING UNITS 1 AND 2 AT THE TEQUESTA LIBRARY. (AMENDS R-98-1206-D) APPROVED 8-24-99

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JOB ORDER CONTRACT WORK ORDER 99-153 WITH HOLT CONTRACTORS, INC., FOR $1,205 TO SECURE RESIDENCE LOCATED AT 5659 LINCOLN CIRCLE, LAKE WORTH. (AMENDS R-98-1206-D) APPROVED 8-24-99

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JOB ORDER CONTRACT WORK ORDER 99-156 WITH HOLT CONTRACTORS, INC., FOR $450 TO UPGRADE ELECTRIC TO CODE IN EXISTING CABINETRY AT FIRE STATION 32. (AMENDS R-98-1206-D) APPROVED 8-24-99

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JOB ORDER CONTRACT WORK ORDER 99-158 WITH HOLT CONTRACTORS, INC., FOR $5,618 TO PAINT OVERHEAD DOORS AND LIGHT BOLLARDS, PROVIDE ONE ADDITIONAL COAT OF EXTERIOR PAINT, AND GROUT THE TOP AND BOTTOM OF THE CERAMIC TILE HORIZONTAL TRIM AT FIRE STATION 33. (AMENDS R-98-1206-D) APPROVED 8-24-99

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JOB ORDER CONTRACT WORK ORDER 99-131 WITH T. L. WINGATE, INC., FOR $9,503 TO CONSTRUCT TWO PARTITION WALLS FOR THE PURPOSE OF ADDING TWO OFFICE SPACES IN THE FOUR POINTS FIRE-RESCUE OFFICE. (AMENDS R-98-1208-D) APPROVED 8-24-99

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JOB ORDER CONTRACT WORK ORDER 99-154 WITH T. L. WINGATE, INC., FOR $16,809 TO PROVIDE HEATING, VENTING, AND AIR CONDITIONING ELECTRICAL, FIRE SPRINKLERS, AND FIRE/SMOKE ALARMS IN THREE RADIO-FREQUENCY ROOMS AT THE SHERIFF'S OFFICE VEHICLE MAINTENANCE FACILITY. (AMENDS R-98-1208-D) APPROVED 8-24-99

c.

THE FOLLOWING CONSTRUCTION CONTRACT FINAL PAYMENTS WERE APPROVED BY THE CONTRACT REVIEW COMMITTEE DURING JUNE 1999:

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CONSTRUCTION CONTRACT FINAL PAYMENT TO W. G. MILLS, INC., FOR CONSTRUCTION OF THE PALM TRAN MAIN FACILITY AT A 4.07 PERCENT INCREASE. (ORIGINAL CONTRACT AMOUNT $5,615,000; COMPLETED CONTRACT AMOUNT $5,843,771) (AMENDS R-97-809-D) APPROVED 8-24-99

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CONSTRUCTION CONTRACT FINAL PAYMENT TO WEST CONSTRUCTION, INC., FOR CONSTRUCTION OF THE CALOOSA PARK ROLLER HOCKEY RINK AT THE ORIGINAL CONTRACT AMOUNT OF $515,084. (AMENDS R-98-1885-D) APPROVED 8-24-99

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CONSTRUCTION CONTRACT FINAL PAYMENT TO T. L. WINGATE, INC., FOR CONSTRUCTION OF THE SOUTH COUNTY REGIONAL PARK CARETAKER'S RESIDENCE AT A 0.09 PERCENT DECREASE. (ORIGINAL CONTRACT AMOUNT $116,150; COMPLETED CONTRACT AMOUNT $116,046) (AMENDS R-97-1542-D) APPROVED 8-24-99

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CONSTRUCTION CONTRACT FINAL PAYMENT TO ROSSO PAVING & DRAINAGE, INC., FOR CONSTRUCTION OF THE KELLY DRIVE STREET IMPROVEMENTS AT A 0.42 PERCENT DECREASE. (ORIGINAL CONTRACT AMOUNT $111,543; COMPLETED CONTRACT AMOUNT $111,072) (AMENDS R-98-1763-D) APPROVED 8-24-99

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CONSTRUCTION CONTRACT FINAL PAYMENT TO UNDERGROUND INDUSTRIES, INC., FOR CONSTRUCTION OF THE MONMOUTH ESTATES STREET IMPROVEMENTS AT A 1.86 PERCENT DECREASE. (ORIGINAL CONTRACT AMOUNT $989,650; COMPLETED CONTRACT AMOUNT $971,265) (AMENDS R-98-592-D) APPROVED 8-24-99

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CONSTRUCTION CONTRACT FINAL PAYMENT TO CARTER & VERPLANCK, INC., FOR FURNISHING THREE 400-HORSEPOWER VERTICAL TURBINE PUMPS AND PUMP CANS AND ONE VARIABLE FREQUENCY DRIVE AND SOLID STARTER AT THE ORIGINAL CONTRACT AMOUNT OF $104,010 FOR THE 16 MILLION GALLONS PER DAY RECLAIMED WATER FILTER EXPANSION PROJECT. (AMENDS R-98-375-D) APPROVED 8-24-99

d.

THE FOLLOWING CONSULTANT SERVICES AUTHORIZATIONS WERE APPROVED BY THE CONTRACT REVIEW COMMITTEE DURING JUNE 1999:

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CONSULTANT SERVICES AUTHORIZATION 3 WITH ARDAMAN & ASSOCIATES, INC., FOR $24,105 FOR SOIL ASSESSMENT AND INSTALLATION OF A WELL MONITOR FOR THE BENOIST FARMS PROPERTY ASSESSMENT PROJECT. (AMENDS R-99-613-D) APPROVED 8-24-99

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CONSULTANT SERVICES AUTHORIZATION 9 WITH BRIDGE DESIGN ASSOCIATES, INC., FOR $16,500 FOR CONDITION APPRAISAL AND OPERATIONAL ANALYSIS OF THE GOVERNMENTAL CENTER GARAGE. (AMENDS R-98-1590-D) APPROVED 8-24-99

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CONSULTANT SERVICES AUTHORIZATION 3 WITH FREDERIC R. HARRIS, INC., FOR $13,880 FOR ANALYSIS OF NEEDS AND POTENTIAL, MASTER PLANNING, PROGRAMMING, AND PREPARATION OF SCHEMATIC DESIGN DOCUMENTS ASSOCIATED WITH DEVELOPMENT AND CONSTRUCTION OF THE INTERMODAL TRANSIT FACILITY PROJECT. (AMENDS R-95-68-D) APPROVED 8-24-99

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CONSULTANT SERVICES AUTHORIZATION 1 WITH PROFESSIONAL SERVICE INDUSTRIES, INC., FOR $37,030 TO PROVIDE GEOTECHNICAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING SERVICES FOR THE CONVENTION CENTER. (AMENDS R-99-611-D) APPROVED 8-24-99

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CONSULTANT SERVICES AUTHORIZATION 4 WITH SCHWAB, TWITTY & HANSER ARCHITECTURAL GROUP FOR $19,930 TO DESIGN A BUS STOP ON PGA BOULEVARD AND REVISIONS TO THE ARCHITECTURAL AND CIVIL SITE PLANS FOR THE NORTH COUNTY GOVERNMENT CENTER EXPANSION PROJECT. (AMENDS R-96-39-D) APPROVED 8-24-99

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CONSULTANT SERVICES AUTHORIZATION 1 WITH LAWSON, NOBLE & WEBB, INC., FOR $26,505 FOR REVISIONS INCLUDING ELIMINATING BIKE LANES, WIDENING EASTBOUND LANES, AND PROVIDING A LEFT-TURN LANE AND U-TURN BAY AT THE ENTRANCE TO THE COUNTY HOME AND GENERAL CARE FACILITY, TO THE CONSTRUCTION PLANS FOR THE 45TH STREET AND AUSTRALIAN AVENUE INTERSECTION IMPROVEMENT PROJECT. (AMENDS R-92-853-D) APPROVED 8-24-99

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CONSULTANT SERVICES AUTHORIZATION 12 WITH HAZEN & SAWYER, P.C., FOR $29,948 FOR HYDRAULIC EVALUATION OF THE FORCE MAIN AND PUMP STATION TRANSPORTING WATER UTILITIES DEPARTMENT AND CITY OF LAKE WORTH FLOWS TO THE EAST CENTRAL REGION MASTER WASTEWATER PUMP STATIONS FOR CURRENT AND BUILD-OUT CONDITIONS. (AMENDS R-96-697-D) APPROVED 8-24-99

e.

THE FOLLOWING CONSULTANT SERVICES AUTHORIZATIONS AGAINST ANNUAL CONTRACTS WERE APPROVED BY THE LEAD DEPARTMENTS IN JUNE 1999:

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CONSULTANT SERVICES AUTHORIZATION 4 WITH ARDAMAN & ASSOCIATES, INC., FOR $5,300 TO PROVIDE ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING SERVICES FOR THE CHOLEE PARK PROJECT. (AMENDS R-99-613-D) APPROVED 8-24-99

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CONSULTANT SERVICES AUTHORIZATION 3 WITH BROWN & PHILLIPS, INC., FOR $187 FOR EXPERT WITNESS TESTIMONY FOR THE BELLSOUTH MOBILITY TOWER. (AMENDS R-98-1592-D) APPROVED 8-24-99

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CONSULTANT SERVICES AUTHORIZATION 4 WITH BROWN & PHILLIPS, INC., FOR $1,275 TO PROVIDE THE NECESSARY SURVEYING AND PROFESSIONAL SERVICES TO PREPARE SKETCHES AND LEGAL DESCRIPTIONS FOR WATER AND SEWER EASEMENTS FOR THE SHERIFF'S OFFICE VEHICLE MAINTENANCE FACILITY PROJECT. (AMENDS R-98-1592-D) APPROVED 8-24-99

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CONSULTANT SERVICES AUTHORIZATION 7 WITH DUNKELBERGER ENGINEERING & TESTING, INC., FOR $4,400 TO PROVIDE ENHANCED PHASE I ENVIRONMENTAL SITE ASSESSMENT FOR THE SOUTH COUNTY CIVIC CENTER AND THE MILLER COMPANY, INC., PROJECT. (AMENDS R-99-609-D) APPROVED 8-24-99

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CONSULTANT SERVICES AUTHORIZATION 5 WITH GARTEK ENGINEERING CORPORATION FOR $500 TO PROVIDE CONSTRUCTION DRAWINGS FOR THE NORTH/SOUTH EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES TOWER LIGHTS PROJECT FOR THE PURPOSE OF SECURING A PERMIT FOR THE INSTALLATION OF LIGHTS. (AMENDS R-98-999-D) APPROVED 8-24-99

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CONSULTANT SERVICES AUTHORIZATION 6 WITH GARTEK ENGINEERING CORPORATION FOR $800 TO PROVIDE ENGINEERING SERVICES RELATED TO SITE VISITS AND INVESTIGATIONS REQUIRED TO DETERMINE THE MODIFICATIONS NECESSARY TO ALLOW DEMOLITION OF THE OLD EMERGENCY OPERATING CENTER AND ALARM OFFICE BUILDING. (AMENDS R-98-999-D) APPROVED 8-24-99

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CONSULTANT SERVICES AUTHORIZATION 7 WITH GARTEK ENGINEERING CORPORATION FOR $7,900 TO PROVIDE MECHANICAL AND ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING SERVICES FOR THE HEATING, VENTING, AND AIR- CONDITIONING REPLACEMENT AND UPGRADES FOR THE SOUTH BAY COMMUNITY ACTION CENTER. (AMENDS R-98-999-D) APPROVED 8-24-99

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CONSULTANT SERVICES AUTHORIZATION 3 WITH HANSON ENGINEERS, INC., FOR $4,200 TO PROVIDE ENGINEERING SERVICES FOR THE APPROVED IDENTIFIED TOWER ZONING PETITION FOR THE DELRAY PALM VIEW (BETHESDA) PROJECT. (AMENDS R-99-561-D) APPROVED 8-24-99

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CONSULTANT SERVICES AUTHORIZATION 26 WITH ISLAND DESIGNS, INC., FOR $1,280 TO PROVIDE ADDITIONAL INSPECTIONS AND MEETINGS AND PREPARATION OF MINUTES FOR THE FIRE STATION 45 PROJECT. (AMENDS R-93-429-D) APPROVED 8-24-99

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CONSULTANT SERVICES AUTHORIZATION 3 WITH MPA ARCHITECTS, INC., FOR $3,495 TO PROVIDE ADDITIONAL SERVICES FOR THE WEST BOYNTON BEACH BRANCH LIBRARY ADDITIONS PROJECT. (AMENDS R-98-1884-D) APPROVED 8-24-99

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CONSULTANT SERVICES AUTHORIZATION 10, AMENDMENT 2, WITH MOCK, ROOS & ASSOCIATES, INC., FOR $3,000 TO PROVIDE ENGINEERING AND CONSTRUCTION ADMINISTRATION SERVICES FOR ADDITIONAL SEWER LINE INSTALLATION TO THE NEW STOCKADE KITCHEN FOR THE STOCKADE WASTEWATER COLLECTION SYSTEM PROJECT. (AMENDS R-94-1389-D) APPROVED 8-24-99

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CONSULTANT SERVICES AUTHORIZATION 7 WITH NUTTING ENGINEERS OF FLORIDA, INC., FOR $1,476 TO PROVIDE GEOTECHNICAL ENGINEERING SERVICES FOR THE SHERIFF'S OFFICE SOUTH SUBSTATION PROJECT. (AMENDS R-99-610-D) APPROVED 8-24-99

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CONSULTANT SERVICES AUTHORIZATION 8 WITH NUTTING ENGINEERS OF FLORIDA, INC., FOR $1,750 TO PROVIDE PHASE I ENVIRONMENTAL PROPERTY ASSESSMENT FOR THE SHERIFF'S OFFICE SOUTH SUBSTATION PROJECT. (AMENDS R-99-610-D) APPROVED 8-24-99

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CONSULTANT SERVICES AUTHORIZATION 9 WITH NUTTING ENGINEERS OF FLORIDA, INC., FOR $8,790 TO PROVIDE GEOTECHNICAL ENGINEERING AND CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS TESTING SERVICES FOR THE MORIKAMI JAPANESE GARDENS PROJECT. (AMENDS R-99-610-D) APPROVED 8-24-99

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CONSULTANT SERVICES AUTHORIZATION 8 WITH NUTTING ENGINEERS OF FLORIDA, INC., FOR $4,726 TO PROVIDE TESTING AND INSPECTION SERVICES FOR THE WEST COUNTY ADMINISTRATION BUILDING RENOVATION PROJECT. (AMENDS R-98-502-D) APPROVED 8-24-99

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CONSULTANT SERVICES AUTHORIZATION 8 WITH MICHAEL B. SCHORAH & ASSOCIATES, INC., FOR $2,783 TO PROVIDE ENGINEERING SERVICES FOR THE ANSCA DRAINAGE REVIEW PROJECT. (AMENDS R-98-1588-D) APPROVED 8-24-99

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CONSULTANT SERVICES AUTHORIZATION 2, AUTHORIZATION 46, WITH MICHAEL B. SCHORAH & ASSOCIATES, INC., FOR $2,074 TO PROVIDE ENGINEERING SERVICES FOR THE OKEEHEELEE PARK BMX REST ROOMS PROJECT. (AMENDS R-98-1588-D) APPROVED 8-24-99

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CONSULTANT SERVICES AUTHORIZATION 1 WITH BRIDGE DESIGN ASSOCIATES, INC., FOR $2,980 TO REVIEW THE EXISTING BRIDGE TO DETERMINE THE CAPACITY AND LOAD RATING FOR THE HAGEN RANCH ROAD FROM WEST ATLANTIC AVENUE TO BOYNTON BEACH BOULEVARD PROJECT. (AMENDS R-98-1590-D) APPROVED 8-24-99

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CONSULTANT SERVICES AUTHORIZATION 1 WITH BRIDGE DESIGN ASSOCIATES, INC., FOR $1,750 TO PROVIDE STRUCTURAL REVIEW SERVICES FOR THE LAWRENCE ROAD FROM BOYNTON BEACH BOULEVARD TO GATEWAY BOULEVARD PROJECT. (AMENDS R-98-1590-D) APPROVED 8-24-99

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CONSULTANT SERVICES AUTHORIZATION 1 WITH CORZO, CASTELLA, CARBALLO, THOMPSON & SALMAN, P.A., FOR $833 TO PROVIDE STRUCTURAL PHASE REVIEWS FOR THE GOLFCART UNDERPASS FOR THE FOREST HILL BOULEVARD FROM SOUTHSHORE BOULEVARD TO STATE ROAD 7 PROJECT. (AMENDS R-98-2069-D) APPROVED 8-24-99

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CONSULTANT SERVICES AUTHORIZATION 1 WITH FREDERIC R. HARRIS, INC., FOR $6,014 TO REVIEW TITLE INFORMATION AND PLATS TO VERIFY AND CALCULATE THE EXISTING RIGHT-OF-WAY FOR THE JOG ROAD FROM HYPOLUXO ROAD TO MELALEUCA LANE PROJECT. (AMENDS R-98-754-D) APPROVED 8-24-99

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CONSULTANT SERVICES AUTHORIZATION 1, TASK 33, WITH LAND STEWARDSHIP COMPANY FOR $8,500 TO PROVIDE COMPREHENSIVE LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN SERVICES FOR THE STATE ROAD 7 FROM STATE ROAD 80 TO OKEECHOBEE BOULEVARD PROJECT. (AMENDS R-96-2030-D) APPROVED 8-24-99

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CONSULTANT SERVICES AUTHORIZATION 1 WITH MILLER, LEGG & ASSOCIATES, INC., FOR $9,500 TO STUDY AND REPORT DETERMINATIONS FOR THE FEASIBILITY OF IMPROVING THE DRAINAGE OF THE MILITARY TRAIL OUTFALL SYSTEM. (AMENDS R-98-1927-D) APPROVED 8-24-99

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CONSULTANT SERVICES AUTHORIZATION 1 WITH R.C.T. ENGINEERING, INC., FOR $450 TO ACQUIRE THE SOUTH FLORIDA WATER MANAGEMENT DISTRICT FIELD CONDUCTIVITY (EXFILTRATION) TEST FOR THE MUNICIPAL SERVICE TAXING UNIT C STREET IMPROVEMENTS (SIERRA DRIVE) PROJECT. (AMENDS R-98-2068-D) APPROVED 8-24-99

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CONSULTANT SERVICES AUTHORIZATION 1 WITH ALLTERRA ENGINEERING & TESTING FOR $2,000 FOR CHEMICAL AND PHYSICAL ANALYSIS OF MATERIALS, SOIL DENSITY, CONCRETE CYLINDERS, AND ASPHALT FOR THE JUPITER FARMS ROAD PATHWAY, SANDY RUN, AND JUPITER FARMS PARK PROJECT. (AMENDS R-96-1790-D) APPROVED 8-24-99

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CONSULTANT SERVICES AUTHORIZATION 1 WITH APPLIED TECHNOLOGY & MANAGEMENT, INC., FOR $4,040 TO PERFORM TWO COMPUTATIONS OF AN ADDITIONAL OFFSHORE BORROW AREA FOR USE AS A SAND SOURCE IN THE BEACH NOURISHMENT FOR THE JUPITER CARLIN SHORE PROTECTION PROJECT. (AMENDS R-98-1950-D) APPROVED 8-24-99

f.

THE FOLLOWING CONSTRUCTION CONTRACT CHANGE ORDERS WERE APPROVED BY THE CONTRACT REVIEW COMMITTEE DURING JUNE 1999:

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CHANGE ORDER 13 WITH ROCKLAND CONSTRUCTION COMPANY FOR $37,151 TO REVISE SITE LIGHTING AND PROVIDE A SEPARATE AIR- CONDITIONING UNIT FOR THE ELECTRICAL ROOM AND CONDUITS FOR THE ELECTRICAL ROOM SECURITY SYSTEM FOR THE SOUTH COUNTY AQUATICS FACILITY AND RECREATION CENTER PROJECT. (ORIGINAL CONTRACT AMOUNT $4,151,100) (AMENDS R-98-806-D) APPROVED 8-24-99

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CHANGE ORDER 3 WITH SELECT CONTRACTING, INC., FOR $10,271 TO CHANGE THE WELL AND IRRIGATION SYSTEM, TO FURNISH AND INSTALL WALL PADDING, AND TO CONSTRUCT TWO YARD DRAINS FOR THE WEST JUPITER COMMUNITY CENTER PROJECT. (ORIGINAL CONTRACT AMOUNT $1,708,700) (AMENDS R-98-1620-D) APPROVED 8-24-99

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CHANGE ORDER 11 WITH SELECT CONTRACTING, INC., FOR A DECREASE OF $14,700 FOR LIQUIDATED DAMAGES DUE TO OBTAINING SUBSTANTIAL COMPLETION AND FINAL COMPLETION AFTER THE SPECIFIED CONTRACT DATES FOR THE FIRE STATION 19 PROJECT. (ORIGINAL CONTRACT AMOUNT $1,343,000) (AMENDS R-97-861-D) APPROVED 8-24-99

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CHANGE ORDER 24 WITH THE HARDAWAY COMPANY FOR $30,537 FOR REVISED GRADES AND MODIFICATIONS TO THE ACCESS ROAD FOR DONALD ROSS ROAD FROM PROSPERITY FARMS ROAD TO U.S. 1 PROJECT. (ORIGINAL CONTRACT AMOUNT $27,674,118.01) (AMENDS R-97-133-D) APPROVED 8-24-99

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CHANGE ORDER 1 WITH JOHNSON-DAVIS, INC., FOR A DECREASE OF $11,704 FOR DELETION OF THE INSTALLATION OF A PROPOSED 30 INCH TIDE-FLEX VALVE AT THE SEAWALL TO PREVENT CONFLICE WITH E & H BOATWORKS' DOCK OPERATIONS AT THE IDLEWILD ROAD DRAINAGE IMPROVEMENTS PROJECT. (ORIGINAL CONTRACT AMOUNT $147,361) (AMENDS R-99-765-D) APPROVED 8-24-99

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CHANGE ORDER 8 WITH SMITH & COMPANY, INC., FOR $18,000 FOR DOUBLE ROCK REQUIRED IN AREAS WHERE FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT COMPANY HAS EXISTING UNDERGROUND FACILITIES, PLUS A 2-DAY TIME EXTENSION FOR THE JOG ROAD FROM SOUTH OF LAKE IDA ROAD TO BOYNTON BEACH BOULEVARD PROJECT. (ORIGINAL CONTRACT AMOUNT $4,709,296) (AMENDS R-98-979-D) APPROVED 8-24-99

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CHANGE ORDER 5 WITH GOLDEN EAGLE ENGINEERING CONTRACTORS, INC., FOR $13,589 FOR INSTALLING 82 SPECIAL GUARDRAIL POSTS, PATCHING HOLES, HAULING, AND REPLACING ASPHALT, PLUS A 9-DAY TIME EXTENSION FOR THE PALMETTO PARK ROAD AND LYONS ROAD INTERSECTION IMPROVEMENTS PROJECT. (ORIGINAL CONTRACT AMOUNT $344,642) (AMENDS R-98-1418-D) APPROVED 8-24-99

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CHANGE ORDER 4 WITH VILA AND SON, LANDSCAPING CORPORATION FOR $9,150 TO LANDSCAPE FIVE ROUNDABOUTS LOCATED ON HAGEN RANCH ROAD AND LAKE IDA ROAD FOR THE ANNUAL ROADWAY LANDSCAPING PROJECT. (ORIGINAL CONTRACT AMOUNT $765,000) (AMENDS R-98-1861-D) APPROVED 8-24-99

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CHANGE ORDER 5 WITH R. J. SULLIVAN CORPORATION FOR $11,790 TO PROVIDE ADDITIONAL PIPE AND FITTINGS, REMOVE AND DISPOSE OF EXOTIC PLANTS, PLUS A 30-DAY TIME EXTENSION FOR THE WATER TREATMENT PLANT 8 MODIFICATIONS PROJECT. (ORIGINAL CONTRACT AMOUNT $5,760,050) (AMENDS R-98-79-D) APPROVED 8-24-99

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CHANGE ORDER 5 WITH RIO-BAK CORPORATION, INC., FOR $15,240 TO ADD DETECTABLE WARNING TO BOTH PARKING LOTS AND REDESIGN AND LAYOUT THE ROADWAY AT THE EAST END OF THE SOUTH OUTER PERIMETER ROAD PROJECT. (ORIGINAL CONTRACT AMOUNT $2,734,451.22) (AMENDS R-98-1203-D) APPROVED 8-24-99

3.C. ENGINEERING AND PUBLIC WORKS

3.C.1. DOCUMENT R-99-1459-D

JOINT PROJECT PARTICIPATION AND FUNDING AGREEMENT WITH THE CITY OF BOCA RATON FOR CONSTRUCTION OF WATER DISTRIBUTION AND/OR SEWAGE TRANSMISSION SYSTEMS, UTILITY ADJUSTMENTS, AND OTHER UTILITY SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS TO BE INCORPORATED INTO THE COUNTY'S CONSTRUCTION OF YAMATO ROAD AND JOG ROAD INTERSECTION IMPROVEMENTS PROJECT. THE COUNTY WILL BE REIMBURSED BY THE CITY FOR THE UTILITY CONSTRUCTION COSTS ESTIMATED TO BE $18,717. APPROVED 8-24-99

3.C.2. DOCUMENT R-99-1460-D

SUBORDINATION OF UTILITY INTERESTS AND AGREEMENT FOR REIMBURSEMENT FOR ADDITIONAL FACILITY RELOCATIONS RECEIVED FROM FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT COMPANY (FPL) FOR THE RIGHT-TURN LANE PROJECT LOCATED ON CONGRESS AVENUE, 525 FEET NORTH OF THE L-40 CANAL, FOR THE DEVELOPMENT ORDER FOR THE BOCA CONGRESS CENTER PROJECT, WHICH REQUIRES THE COUNTY TO PAY FOR ANY FUTURE RELOCATIONS OF THE UTILITY'S FACILITIES WHEN AND IF REQUESTED BY FPL. APPROVED 8-24-99

3.C.3.

a. BUDGET AMENDMENT/TRANSFER 99-1131

BUDGET AMENDMENT AND BUDGET TRANSFER OF $469,046 IN THE TRANSPORTATION IMPROVEMENT FUND ESTABLISHING REVENUE FROM THE PARTICIPATION OF THE CITY OF WEST PALM BEACH IN THE CONGRESS AVENUE AND CHILLINGWORTH DRIVE INTERSECTION IMPROVEMENTS PROJECT WHICH CONSISTS OF CONSTRUCTING A FIVE-LANE ROADWAY ON CONGRESS AVENUE THROUGH THE INTERSECTION OF CHILLINGWORTH DRIVE AND THE INTERSECTION OF ROBBINS DRIVE, AND TRANSFERRING THOSE FUNDS TO INTERSECTION RESERVES. APPROVED 8-24-99

b. DOCUMENT R-99-1461-D

AGREEMENT WITH THE CITY OF WEST PALM BEACH FOR JOINT PARTICIPATION AND PROJECT FUNDING FOR $469,045.95 FOR THE CONSTRUCTION OF THE CITY'S WATER AND SEWER RELOCATION WORK ASSOCIATED WITH THE CONGRESS AVENUE AND CHILLINGWORTH DRIVE INTERSECTION IMPROVEMENTS PROJECT WHICH CONSISTS OF CONSTRUCTING A FIVE-LANE ROADWAY ON CONGRESS AVENUE THROUGH THE INTERSECTION OF CHILLINGWORTH DRIVE AND THE INTERSECTION OF ROBBINS DRIVE. APPROVED 8-24-99

c. DOCUMENT R-99-1462-D

CONTRACT WITH ROSSO PAVING & DRAINAGE, INC., FOR $855,255.80 FOR CONSTRUCTION OF THE CONGRESS AVENUE AND CHILLINGWORTH DRIVE INTERSECTION IMPROVEMENTS PROJECT WHICH CONSISTS OF CONSTRUCTING A FIVE-LANE ROADWAY ON CONGRESS AVENUE THROUGH THE INTERSECTION OF CHILLINGWORTH DRIVE AND THE INTERSECTION OF ROBBINS DRIVE, WITHIN 210 DAYS FROM THE DATE OF THE NOTICE TO PROCEED. APPROVED 8-24-99

3.C.4. RESOLUTION R-99-1463

RESOLUTION REVISING THE AREA OF TAKING FOR PARCEL 101 REQUIRED FOR THE LAKE WORTH ROAD AND CONGRESS AVENUE INTERSECTION IMPROVEMENT PROJECT. (AMENDS R-99-788) ADOPTED 8-24-99

3.C.5.

ACCEPT A WARRANTY DEED FROM PETER AND SUSAN S. MCCRANELS FOR PARCEL 104 LOCATED AT 2919 LAKE WORTH ROAD AND 3973 BELLEVUE AVENUE AND AUTHORIZE $17,960 PAYMENT FOR THE PARCEL WHICH IS REQUIRED FOR THE LAKE WORTH ROAD AND CONGRESS AVENUE INTERSECTION IMPROVEMENT PROJECT. APPROVED 8-24-99

3.C.6. DOCUMENT R-99-1464-D

CONTRACT WITH JAM ROCK, INC., FOR $34,336.07 FOR THE CONSTRUCTION OF A STORM DRAINAGE DITCH ALONG THE WEST SIDE OF LIMESTONE CREEK ROAD. APPROVED 8-24-99

3.C.7. BUDGET TRANSFER 99-1134

BUDGET TRANSFER OF $5,000 IN THE ROAD IMPACT AREA I FUND FROM AREA I RESERVES TO THE LYONS ROAD FROM BOYNTON BEACH BOULEVARD TO MELROSE PARK PROJECT FOR ADMINISTRATIVE CHARGES FOR DESIGN REVIEW OF THE PROJECT. APPROVED 8-24-99

3.C.8. DOCUMENT R-99-1465-D

CONTRACT WITH COMMUNITY TREE & LANDSCAPE SERVICE, INC., FOR $103,992 FOR THE REMOVAL OF EXOTIC VEGETATION AND THE CREATION OF A WETLAND SHELF FOR CONSTRUCTION OF LAKE OSBORNE HABITAT RESTORATION PHASE 1A, POND APPLE HABITAT ENHANCEMENT PROJECT, FOR A TERM OF 90 DAYS. APPROVED 8-24-99

3.C.9. BUDGET AMENDMENT 99-1133

BUDGET AMENDMENT OF $64,846 IN THE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION TRUST FUND INCREASING REVENUE FROM THE FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION FOR TRAFFIC-RELATED FUNCTIONS ON THE STATE HIGHWAY SYSTEM. APPROVED 8-24-99

3.C.10. BUDGET TRANSFER 99-939

BUDGET TRANSFER OF $4,000 IN THE ROAD IMPACT FEE AREA L FUND FROM AREA L RESERVES TO THE CONGRESS AVENUE FROM YAMATO ROAD TO LINTON BOULEVARD PROJECT TO FUND RIGHT-OF-WAY ACQUISITION COSTS. APPROVED 8-24-99

3.C.11. BUDGET TRANSFER 99-1179

BUDGET TRANSFER OF $22,000 IN THE ROAD IMPACT FEE AREA L FUND FROM AREA L RESERVES TO THE CLINT MOORE ROAD FROM MILITARY TRAIL TO CONGRESS AVENUE PROJECT TO FUND ADDITIONAL DESIGN COSTS. APPROVED 8-24-99

3.C.12. BUDGET TRANSFER 99-1178

BUDGET TRANSFER OF $4,000 IN THE ROAD IMPACT FEE AREA I FUND FROM AREA I RESERVES TO THE LANTANA ROAD FROM STATE ROAD 7 TO GRAND LACUNA BOULEVARD PROJECT TO FUND ADDITIONAL DESIGN COSTS. APPROVED 8-24-99

3.C.13. DOCUMENT R-99-1466-D

AGREEMENT WITH POST, BUCKLEY, SCHUH & JERNIGAN, INC., FOR $212,500 FOR PROFESSIONAL SERVICES FOR THE PREPARATION OF PLANS REQUIRED FOR THE YAMATO ROAD FROM MILITARY TRAIL TO CONGRESS AVENUE PROJECT COMMENCING IMMEDIATELY UPON RECEIPT OF THE NOTICE TO PROCEED. APPROVED 8-24-99

3.C.14. DOCUMENT R-99-1467-D

CONTRACT WITH MURRAY LOGAN CONSTRUCTION, INC., FOR $99,000 FOR THE CONSTRUCTION OF JUPITER INLET NATURAL AREA ENVIRONMENTAL ENHANCEMENT PROJECT WITHIN 90 DAYS FROM THE DATE STATED IN THE NOTICE TO PROCEED. THE PROJECT CONSISTS OF REMOVAL OF EXOTIC VEGETATION IN A WETLAND AREA. APPROVED 8-24-99

3.C.15.

a. DOCUMENT R-99-1468-D

CONTRACT WITH CORNERSTONE CONSTRUCTION, INC., FOR $177,201.65 FOR THE CONSTRUCTION OF URQUHART STREET STREET IMPROVEMENTS WITHIN 90 DAYS FROM THE DATE STATED IN THE NOTICE TO PROCEED. THE PROJECT CONSISTS OF PAVING AND DRAINAGE IMPROVEMENTS. APPROVED 8-24-99

b. BUDGET TRANSFER 99-991

BUDGET TRANSFER OF $202,902 IN THE MUNICIPAL SERVICE TAXING UNIT DISTRICT C FUND FROM DISTRICT C RESERVES TO THE URQUHART STREET STREET IMPROVEMENTS PROJECT. THE PROJECT CONSISTS OF PAVING AND DRAINAGE IMPROVEMENTS. APPROVED 8-24-99

3.C.16. BUDGET TRANSFER 99-1139

BUDGET TRANSFERS FOR CONSULTANT SERVICES TO DESIGN AND PREPARE CONSTRUCTION PLANS OF $17,000 IN THE MUNICIPAL SERVICE TAXING UNIT DISTRICT F FUND FROM DISTRICT F RESERVES TO THE 42ND WAY SOUTH FROM LAKE WORTH ROAD SOUTH TO END STREET IMPROVEMENT PROJECT; AND OF $21,200 IN THE MUNICIPAL SERVICE TAXING UNIT DISTRICT F FUND FROM DISTRICT F RESERVES TO THE DILLON STREET FROM HAVERHILL ROAD EAST TO END STREET IMPROVEMENT PROJECT. APPROVED 8-24-99

3.C.17. BUDGET TRANSFER 99-1163

BUDGET TRANSFERS OF $32,200 IN THE MUNICIPAL SERVICE TAXING UNIT DISTRICT C FUND FROM DISTRICT C RESERVES TO THE HERNDEN PARK STREET IMPROVEMENT PROJECT FOR CONSULTANT SERVICES TO DESIGN AND PREPARE CONSTRUCTION PLANS; AND OF $28,300 IN THE MUNICIPAL SERVICE TAXING UNIT DISTRICT C FUND FROM DISTRICT C RESERVES TO THE COCONUT ROAD FROM MELALEUCA LANE NORTH TO END STREET IMPROVEMENT PROJECT FOR CONSULTANT SERVICES TO DESIGN AND PREPARE CONSTRUCTION PLANS. APPROVED 8-24-99

3.C.18.

RECEIVE AND FILE A REPORT OF DOCUMENTS CONVEYING RIGHTS-OF-WAY AND/OR EASEMENTS WHICH HAVE BEEN ACCEPTED BY THE COUNTY ENGINEER AS PROVIDED IN RESOLUTION R-87-1071. APPROVED 8-24-99

3.C.19. DELETED

3.C.20. RESOLUTION R-99-1469

RESOLUTION VACATING 2.50 FEET OF A PORTION OF A 20-FOOT DRAINAGE EASEMENT LYING WITHIN LOT 10 OF BREAKERS WEST PLAT 7, LOCATED ON THE SOUTH SIDE OF OKEECHOBEE BOULEVARD, APPROXIMATELY FOUR MILES WEST OF THE FLORIDA TURNPIKE. ADOPTED 8-24-99

3.C.21. RESOLUTION R-99-1470

RESOLUTION VACATING A 20-FOOT UTILITY EASEMENT WITHIN TRACT A; A 20-FOOT UTILITY EASEMENT WITHIN TRACT A AND TRACT B; A 12-FOOT DRAINAGE EASEMENT WITHIN TRACT A; AND A 12-FOOT DRAINAGE EASEMENT WITHIN TRACT A AND TRACT C, LOCATED ON THE NORTHEAST CORNER OF LANTANA ROAD AND LYONS ROAD, AS SHOWN ON THE PLAT OF SHERBROOKE CENTER. ADOPTED 8-24-99

3.C.22. DOCUMENT R-99-1471-D

CHANGE ORDER 5 WITH COMMUNITY ASPHALT CORPORATION FOR $30,869.67 FOR REMOVAL AND RECONSTRUCTION OF VARIOUS ROADWAY ITEMS NECESSARY TO ENSURE COMPLIANCE WITH MINIMAL SIGHT DISTANCE REQUIREMENTS AT THE INTERSECTION OF VAN GOGH WAY AND CRESTWOOD BOULEVARD; AND A 73-DAY TIME EXTENSION FOR THE CONSTRUCTION OF THE CRESTWOOD BOULEVARD FROM CYPRESS LAKE DRIVE TO OKEECHOBEE BOULEVARD PROJECT. (AMENDS R-98-513-D) APPROVED 8-24-99

3.D. COUNTY ATTORNEY

3.D.1. DOCUMENT R-99-1472-D

AMENDMENT TO AGREEMENT WITH RUDEN, MCCLOSKY, SMITH, SCHUSTER & RUSSELL, P.A., FOR AN HOURLY RATE OF $175, NOT TO EXCEED $25,000, TO PROVIDE BOND COUNSEL AND RELATED LEGAL SERVICES FOR THE FINANCING OF THE CONVENTION CENTER EFFECTIVE NOVEMBER 3, 1998. (AMENDS R-98-2076-D) APPROVED 8-24-99

3.E. COMMUNITY SERVICES

3.E.1.

a. DOCUMENT R-99-1473-D

CONTRACT WITH REHAB THERAPY WORKS FOR AN AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED $10,000 TO PROVIDE SPEECH AND LANGUAGE SERVICES TO HEAD START CHILDREN FROM OCTOBER 1, 1999, THROUGH SEPTEMBER 30, 2000. APPROVED 8-24-99

b. DOCUMENT R-99-1474-D

CONTRACT WITH REHAB WORKS OF FLORIDA FOR AN AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED $25,000 TO PROVIDE SPEECH AND LANGUAGE SERVICES TO HEAD START CHILDREN FROM OCTOBER 1, 1999, THROUGH SEPTEMBER 30, 2000. APPROVED 8-24-99

3.E.2.

a. DOCUMENT R-99-1475-D

PROVIDER AGENCY AGREEMENT WITH LINDA SCHEIBLE, P.A., NOT TO EXCEED $3,822, TO PROVIDE MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES TO HEAD START CHILDREN AND THEIR FAMILIES FROM OCTOBER 1, 1999, THROUGH SEPTEMBER 30, 2000. APPROVED 8-24-99

b. DOCUMENT R-99-1476-D

PROVIDER AGENCY AGREEMENT WITH LORI BURACK, DBA PSYCHOTHERAPY & PARENTING, NOT TO EXCEED $3,822, TO PROVIDE MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES TO HEAD START CHILDREN AND THEIR FAMILIES FROM OCTOBER 1, 1999, THROUGH SEPTEMBER 30, 2000. APPROVED 8-24-99

c. DOCUMENT R-99-1477-D

PROVIDER AGENCY AGREEMENT WITH BANYAN INSTITUTE, INC., NOT TO EXCEED $6,342, TO PROVIDE MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES TO HEAD START CHILDREN AND THEIR FAMILIES FROM OCTOBER 1, 1999, THROUGH SEPTEMBER 30, 2000. APPROVED 8-24-99

3.E.3. BUDGET AMENDMENT 99-1155

BUDGET AMENDMENT OF $116,000 RECOGNIZING REVENUE FROM FEDERAL GRANT FUNDS BROUGHT FORWARD IN THE HOUSING AND URBAN DEVELOPMENT SUPPORTIVE HOUSING FUND FOR CONTRACTUAL SERVICES FOR THE HOMELESS OUTREACH PROGRAM. APPROVED 8-24-99

3.E.4. DOCUMENT R-99-1478-D

PROVIDER AGENCY AGREEMENT WITH CHILDREN'S CASE MANAGEMENT ORGANIZATION, NOT TO EXCEED $43,888, TO PROVIDE CARE COORDINATION SERVICES FOR EARLY HEAD START FROM SEPTEMBER 1, 1999, THROUGH AUGUST 31, 2000. FUNDING FOR THIS AGREEMENT CONSISTS OF $35,110 IN FEDERAL FUNDS AND $8,778 IN LOCAL MATCHING FUNDS. APPROVED 8-24-99

3.E.5. DOCUMENT R-99-1479-D

RATIFY THE CHAIR'S SIGNATURE ON THE 1999 FEDERAL EMERGENCY SHELTER GRANT APPLICATION FOR THE HOMELESS FOR $238,000 FOR A ONE-YEAR PERIOD TO ADD 44 EMERGENCY SHELTER BEDS, PROVIDE FOR ONE CASE MANAGEMENT POSITION, AND PURCHASE A VAN AS PART OF A COLLABORATIVE WITH CROS MINISTRIES, JUNIOR LEAGUE OF BOCA RATON, AND GULFSTREAM GOODWILL INDUSTRIES FOR AN EMERGENCY SHELTER IN SOUTH COUNTY. LOCAL MATCHING FUNDS OF $238,000 CONSIST OF $61,440 IN-KIND FROM CROS MINISTRIES AND $176,560 IN-KIND STAFF SALARIES FROM THE HUMAN SERVICES DIVISION. APPROVED 8-24-99

3.E.6. DOCUMENT R-99-1480-D

DELEGATE AGENCY AGREEMENT WITH HISPANIC HUMAN RESOURCES COUNCIL, INC., NOT TO EXCEED $137,580, FOR THE EARLY HEAD START PROGRAM TO SERVE INFANTS AND TODDLERS FROM SEPTEMBER 1, 1999, THROUGH AUGUST 31, 2000. FUNDING CONSISTS OF $110,064 FROM THE FEDERAL EARLY HEAD START GRANT AND A LOCAL MATCH OF $27,516 MADE UP OF $9,172 FROM THE CHILDREN'S SERVICES COUNCIL, $7,805 FROM THE QUANTUM FOUNDATION, AND $10,539 FROM THE COUNTY. APPROVED 8-24-99

3.E.7. DOCUMENT R-99-1481-D

DELEGATE AGENCY AGREEMENT WITH EMMANUEL CHILD DEVELOPMENT CENTER, NOT TO EXCEED $114,102, FOR THE EARLY HEAD START PROGRAM TO SERVE INFANTS AND TODDLERS FROM SEPTEMBER 1, 1999, THROUGH AUGUST 31, 2000. FUNDING CONSISTS OF $91,282 FROM THE FEDERAL EARLY HEAD START GRANT AND A LOCAL MATCH OF $22,820 MADE UP OF $7,645 FROM THE CHILDREN'S SERVICES COUNCIL, $6,504 FROM THE QUANTUM FOUNDATION, AND $8,671 FROM THE COUNTY. APPROVED 8-24-99

3.E.8. DOCUMENT R-99-1482-D

MEMORANDUM OF AGREEMENT WITH THE FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF ELDER AFFAIRS FOR IMPLEMENTING AND MONITORING THE CONSUMER DIRECTED CARE RESEARCH PROJECT INVOLVING EXISTING DIVISION OF SENIOR SERVICES MEDICAID WAIVER CLIENTS RANDOMLY PICKED BY COMPUTER. THE COUNTY WILL BE REIMBURSED A MAXIMUM OF $285.90 PER QUARTER, PER CLIENT. MAE VOLEN HAS BEEN SELECTED TO PARTICIPATE IN THIS PROGRAM FOR THE SOUTH COUNTY AREA. APPROVED 8-24-99

3.E.9. DELETED

3.E.10. DOCUMENT R-99-1483-D

CONTRACT WITH THE AREA AGENCY ON AGING OF PALM BEACH/TREASURE COAST, INC., NOT TO EXCEED $3,112,036, FOR THE MEDICAID WAIVER PROGRAM FROM JULY 1, 1999, THROUGH JUNE 30, 2000. REQUIRED MATCHING COUNTY FUNDS ARE EXPECTED TO BE $18,127.20. APPROVED 8-24-99

3.E.11. DOCUMENT R-99-1484-D

NON-FINANCIAL AGREEMENT WITH THE SCHOOL BOARD FOR VOCATIONAL CHILD CARE FOR THE HEAD START PROGRAM TO PROVIDE SITE AND EDUCATIONAL OPPORTUNITIES FOR THE FIELD EXPERIENCE OF SELECTED STUDENTS WORKING WITH PRESCHOOL CHILDREN AT THE WEST TECHNICAL EDUCATION CENTER FROM JULY 1, 1999, THROUGH JUNE 30, 2000. APPROVED 8-24-99

3.E.12.

a. DOCUMENT R-99-1485-D

AMENDMENT 1 TO DELEGATE AGENCY AGREEMENT WITH APOSTOLIC CHILD DEVELOPMENT CENTER, INC., FOR A $10,569 INCREASE FOR AN AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED $120,611.04 FOR PLAYGROUND AND COMPUTER EQUIPMENT, PROGRAM SUPPLIES SUCH AS BOOKS AND VIDEO TAPES, ADDITIONAL CHILD CARE TRAINING, AND SALARIES AND BENEFITS INCREASES. THE U.S. DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES, ADMINISTRATION FOR CHILDREN, YOUTH AND FAMILIES PROVIDED THE FUNDS. A COUNTY MATCH OF 20 PERCENT IS REQUIRED. (AMENDS R-99-141-D) APPROVED 8-24-99

b. DOCUMENT R-99-1486-D

AMENDMENT 2 TO DELEGATE AGENCY AGREEMENT WITH HISPANIC HUMAN RESOURCES COUNCIL, INC., FOR A $54,675 INCREASE FOR AN AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED $1,128,562 FOR PLAYGROUND AND COMPUTER EQUIPMENT, PROGRAM SUPPLIES SUCH AS BOOKS AND VIDEO TAPES, ADDITIONAL CHILD CARE TRAINING, AND SALARIES AND BENEFITS INCREASES. THE U.S. DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES, ADMINISTRATION FOR CHILDREN, YOUTH AND FAMILIES PROVIDED THE FUNDS. A COUNTY MATCH OF 20 PERCENT IS REQUIRED. (AMENDS R-98-1428-D) APPROVED 8-24-99

c. DOCUMENT R-99-1487-D

AMENDMENT 2 TO DELEGATE AGENCY AGREEMENT WITH FLORENCE FULLER CHILD DEVELOPMENT CENTER, INC., FOR A $34,678 INCREASE FOR AN AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED $669,854 FOR PLAYGROUND AND COMPUTER EQUIPMENT, PROGRAM SUPPLIES SUCH AS BOOKS AND VIDEO TAPES, ADDITIONAL CHILD CARE TRAINING, AND SALARIES AND BENEFITS INCREASES. THE U.S. DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES, ADMINISTRATION FOR CHILDREN, YOUTH AND FAMILIES PROVIDED THE FUNDS. A COUNTY MATCH OF 20 PERCENT IS REQUIRED. (AMENDS R-98-1427-D) APPROVED 8-24-99

d. DOCUMENT R-99-1488-D

AMENDMENT 2 TO DELEGATE AGENCY AGREEMENT WITH THE SCHOOL DISTRICT FOR A $47,336 INCREASE FOR AN AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED $666,115 FOR PLAYGROUND AND COMPUTER EQUIPMENT, PROGRAM SUPPLIES SUCH AS BOOKS AND VIDEO TAPES, ADDITIONAL CHILD CARE TRAINING, AND SALARIES AND BENEFITS INCREASES. THE U.S. DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES, ADMINISTRATION FOR CHILDREN, YOUTH AND FAMILIES PROVIDED THE FUNDS. A COUNTY MATCH OF 20 PERCENT IS REQUIRED. (AMENDS R-98-1706-D) APPROVED 8-24-99

e. DOCUMENT R-99-1489-D

AMENDMENT 2 TO DELEGATE AGENCY AGREEMENT WITH MT. ZION APOSTOLIC CHILD DEVELOPMENT CENTERS, INC., FOR A $21,575 INCREASE FOR AN AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED $323,811 FOR PLAYGROUND AND COMPUTER EQUIPMENT, PROGRAM SUPPLIES SUCH AS BOOKS AND VIDEO TAPES, ADDITIONAL CHILD CARE TRAINING, AND SALARIES AND BENEFITS INCREASES. THE U.S. DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES, ADMINISTRATION FOR CHILDREN, YOUTH AND FAMILIES PROVIDED THE FUNDS. A COUNTY MATCH OF 20 PERCENT IS REQUIRED. (AMENDS R-98-1430-D) APPROVED 8-24-99

f. DOCUMENT R-99-1490-D

AMENDMENT 3 TO DELEGATE AGENCY AGREEMENT WITH THE YOUNG WOMEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION OF PALM BEACH COUNTY, INC., FOR A $23,360 INCREASE FOR AN AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED $375,811.78 FOR PLAYGROUND AND COMPUTER EQUIPMENT, PROGRAM SUPPLIES SUCH AS BOOKS AND VIDEO TAPES, ADDITIONAL CHILD CARE TRAINING, AND SALARIES AND BENEFITS INCREASES. THE U.S. DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES, ADMINISTRATION FOR CHILDREN, YOUTH AND FAMILIES PROVIDED THE FUNDS. A COUNTY MATCH OF 20 PERCENT IS REQUIRED. (AMENDS R-98-1426-D) APPROVED 8-24-99

3.E.13. DOCUMENT R-99-1491-D

AMENDMENT 1 TO THE CONTRACT WITH TREASURE COAST HEALTH COUNCIL, INC., TO PROVIDE FOR ADDITIONAL CARE COUNCIL SUPPORT FOR THE RYAN WHITE PROGRAM IN THE AMOUNT OF $113,459, FOR A TOTAL AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED $389,296, FOR THE PERIOD FROM MARCH 1, 1999, THROUGH FEBRUARY 29, 2000. FUNDING IS PROVIDED THROUGH THE U.S. DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES AND REQUIRES NO COUNTY FUNDS. (AMENDS R-99-654-D) APPROVED 8-24-99

3.E.14. DOCUMENT R-99-1492-D

RATIFICATION OF THE CHAIR'S SIGNATURE ON THE COMMUNITY SERVICES BLOCK GRANT APPLICATION (CSBG) WITH THE FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNITY AFFAIRS IN AN AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED $550,047 TO FUND THE CSBG FOR FISCAL YEAR 1999-2000. FUNDING CONSISTS OF $550,047 (80 PERCENT) IN FEDERAL FUNDS, WITH A REQUIRED MATCH OF $110,010 (20 PERCENT), PLUS AN OVERMATCH OF $460,967 FOR A TOTAL OF $1,121,024. THE COUNTY OVER MATCH OF $460,967 WILL FUND PERSONNEL COST NOT COVERED BY THE GRANT. APPROVED 8-24-99

3.E.15. DOCUMENT R-99-1493-D

DELEGATE AGENCY AGREEMENT WITH CHILD CARE RESOURCE & REFERRAL, INC., IN AN AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED $140,944 FOR THE PERIOD FROM SEPTEMBER 1, 1999, THROUGH AUGUST 31, 2000, FOR THE EARLY HEAD START PROGRAM. FUNDING CONSISTS OF $112,756 FROM THE FEDERAL EARLY HEAD START GRANT AND A LOCAL MATCH OF $28,188 MADE UP OF $9,396 FROM THE CHILDREN'S SERVICES COUNCIL, $7,996 FROM THE QUANTUM FOUNDATION, AND $10,796 IN COUNTY FUNDS. APPROVED 8-24-99

3.F. AIRPORTS

3.F.1.

a. DOCUMENT R-99-1494-D

AGREEMENT TO PURCHASE PROPERTY LOCATED WEST OF RUNWAY 9L AT PALM BEACH INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT FROM ERIC F. BRANDENBURG FOR PARCEL W-64 LOCATED AT 4941 ELIZABETH STREET, FOR A SALES PRICE OF $78,000 AND A REPLACEMENT HOUSING COST OF $15,556, FOR THE PART 150 NOISE COMPATIBILITY STUDY. APPROVED 8-24-99

b. DOCUMENT R-99-1495-D

AGREEMENT TO PURCHASE PROPERTY LOCATED WEST OF RUNWAY 9L AT PALM BEACH INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT FROM VIRGINIA J. BRANDENBURG FOR PARCEL W-65 LOCATED AT 4961 ELIZABETH STREET, FOR A SALES PRICE OF $57,000 AND NO REPLACEMENT HOUSING COSTS, FOR THE PART 150 NOISE COMPATIBILITY STUDY. APPROVED 8-24-99

c. DOCUMENT R-99-1496-D

AGREEMENT TO PURCHASE PROPERTY LOCATED WEST OF RUNWAY 9L AT PALM BEACH INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT FROM THOMAS JOHNSON FOR PARCEL W-81 LOCATED AT 4900 ELIZABETH STREET, FOR A SALES PRICE OF $32,000 AND NO REPLACEMENT HOUSING COSTS, FOR THE PART 150 NOISE COMPATIBILITY STUDY. APPROVED 8-24-99

d. DOCUMENT R-99-1497-D

AGREEMENT TO PURCHASE PROPERTY LOCATED WEST OF RUNWAY 9L AT PALM BEACH INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT FROM OSCAR HERNANDEZ AND ESTELA HERNANDEZ FOR PARCEL W-89 LOCATED AT 4773 AMELIA STREET, FOR A SALES PRICE OF $67,000 AND NO REPLACEMENT HOUSING COSTS, FOR THE PART 150 NOISE COMPATIBILITY STUDY. APPROVED 8-24-99

e. DOCUMENT R-99-1498-D

AGREEMENT TO PURCHASE PROPERTY LOCATED WEST OF RUNWAY 9L AT PALM BEACH INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT FROM JERRY A. JANIS AND CAROL A. JANIS FOR PARCEL W-111 LOCATED AT 4902 AMELIA STREET, FOR A SALES PRICE OF $57,000 AND A REPLACEMENT HOUSING COST OF $13,435, FOR THE PART 150 NOISE COMPATIBILITY STUDY. APPROVED 8-24-99

3.F.2.

a. DOCUMENT R-99-1499-D

AMENDMENT 1 TO THE LEASE AND CONCESSION AGREEMENT WITH HOST INTERNATIONAL, INC. (HOST), EXTENDING THE INTERIM TERM OF THE AGREEMENT FROM JULY 18, 1999, TO OCTOBER 18, 1999, FOR THE OPERATION OF THE FOOD AND BEVERAGE CONCESSION IN THE PALM BEACH INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT TERMINAL. (AMENDS R-98-1293-D) APPROVED 8-24-99

b.

DEDUCTION OF 1,850 SQUARE FEET OF CONCESSION SPACE IN THE PALM BEACH INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT TERMINAL FROM THE LEASEHOLD OF HOST INTERNATIONAL, INC. (SEE R-98-1293-D) APPROVED 8-24-99

3.F.3. DOCUMENT R-99-1500-D

EXTENSION AGREEMENT WITH AMPCO SYSTEM PARKING EXTENDING THE AGREEMENT FOR THE MANAGEMENT AND OPERATION OF AIRPORT PARKING FACILITIES AT PALM BEACH INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT FOR THE PERIOD FROM NOVEMBER 1, 1999, THROUGH JUNE 30, 2001. THE COST OF SUPPLIES, PERSONNEL, AND SHUTTLE BUS EXPENSES IS ESTIMATED TO BE APPROXIMATELY $2.3 MILLION. APPROVED 8-24-99

3.F.4. RESOLUTION R-99-1501

RESOLUTION APPROVING THE DISADVANTAGED BUSINESS ENTERPRISE PLAN FOR THE DEPARTMENT OF AIRPORTS. THE FEDERAL AVIATION ADMINISTRATION REQUIRES THE COUNTY, AS A RECIPIENT OF FEDERAL GRANTS, TO MAINTAIN A FULL DISADVANTAGED BUSINESS ENTERPRISE PROGRAM ON FILE IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION FEDERAL REGULATION 49CFR, PART 23. ADOPTED 8-24-99.

3.F.5. DOCUMENT R-99-1502-D

EMERGENCY PURCHASE OF A REPLACEMENT ELECTRONIC SYSTEM WHICH CONTROLS THE EMERGENCY GENERATORS AT PALM BEACH INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT FOR A NOT-TO-EXCEED AMOUNT OF $126,500 FROM OK GENERATOR SERVICE. APPROVED 8-24-99

3.G. OFFICE OF FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT AND BUDGET

3.G.1. BUDGET TRANSFER 99-1072

BUDGET TRANSFER OF $40,000 IN THE MUNICIPAL SERVICE TAXING UNIT (MSTU) DISTRICT F FUND FROM DISTRICT F RESERVES TO THE DISTRICT F ADMINISTRATIVE COST CENTER TO FUND THE MSTU SHARE OF FISCAL YEAR 1998-1999 INFORMATION SYSTEMS SERVICES (I.S.S.) DEVELOPMENT COSTS FOR ADDING STREET IMPROVEMENT PROJECT ASSESSMENTS TO THE TAX ROLLS. APPROVED 8-24-99

3.G.2.

NEGOTIATED SETTLEMENT OFFER IN THE AMOUNT OF $35,000 FOR FULL SATISFACTION OF TWO CODE ENFORCEMENT LIENS ENTERED AGAINST DELORES SAWYER ON SEPTEMBER 12, 1994, AND DECEMBER 31, 1996, INVOLVING THE UNAUTHORIZED INSTALLATION OF METAL BARNS AND SHEDS, A FUEL STATION WITHOUT PROPER PERMITS AND INSPECTIONS, AND THE UNLAWFUL OPERATION OF A BODY SHOP AND MACHINE SHOP ON AGRICULTURAL RESIDENTIAL AR-ZONED PROPERTY. THE CITED CODE VIOLATIONS WERE CORRECTED AS OF JULY 31, 1997. APPROVED 8-24-99

3.G.3.

NEGOTIATED SETTLEMENT OFFER IN THE AMOUNT OF $10,000 FOR FULL SATISFACTION OF A CODE ENFORCEMENT LIEN ENTERED AGAINST RICHARD AND MARIA EDGAR ON DECEMBER 20, 1995, INVOLVING THE CONSTRUCTION OF A LARGE ADDITION AT THE REAR OF THE HOME WITHOUT A PERMIT. THE CITED CODE VIOLATIONS WERE CORRECTED AS OF JUNE 9, 1997. APPROVED 8-24-99

3.G.4.

NEGOTIATED SETTLEMENT OFFER IN THE AMOUNT OF $20,000 FOR FULL SATISFACTION OF A CODE ENFORCEMENT LIEN ENTERED AGAINST MARINA ARCHBOLD ON OCTOBER 20, 1995, INVOLVING CONVERSION OF A GARAGE INTO A LIVING AREA WITHOUT PROPER PERMITS. THE CITED CODE VIOLATIONS WERE CORRECTED AS OF SEPTEMBER 16, 1998. APPROVED 8-24-99

3.G.5.

NEGOTIATED SETTLEMENT OFFER IN THE AMOUNT OF $4,000 FOR FULL SATISFACTION OF A CODE ENFORCEMENT LIEN ENTERED AGAINST BARRETT AND SHERRY VICTOR ON SEPTEMBER 15, 1997, INVOLVING ENCLOSURE OF A PATIO WITHOUT PERMITS AND INSPECTIONS. THE CITED CODE VIOLATIONS WERE CORRECTED AS OF DECEMBER 3, 1998. APPROVED 8-24-99

3.H. FACILITIES DEVELOPMENT AND OPERATION

3.H.1. DELETED

3.H.2.

a. DOCUMENT R-99-1503-D

GENERAL RELEASE OF THE COUNTY OF $27,000 FROM O'CONNOR & TAYLOR, INC., FOR CERTAIN ITEMS THAT NEEDED TO BE COMPLETED OR CORRECTED IN ORDER TO ACHIEVE COMPLIANCE WITH CONTRACT REQUIREMENTS IN CONJUNCTION WITH THE CONSTRUCTION OF THE HIGH RIDGE FAMILY CENTER. (SEE R-95-453-D) APPROVED 8-24-99

b. BUDGET AMENDMENT 99-1152

BUDGET AMENDMENT OF $27,000 IN THE PUBLIC BUILDING IMPROVEMENT FUND TO RECOGNIZE FUNDING FROM O'CONNOR & TAYLOR , INC., AND TO ALLOW THE FUNDING RECEIVED TO BE PLACED IN AN EXPENDITURE LINE FOR CORRECTIVE WORK NEEDED TO BE COMPLETED OR CORRECTED IN ORDER TO ACHIEVE COMPLIANCE WITH CONTRACT REQUIREMENTS IN CONJUNCTION WITH THE CONSTRUCTION OF THE HIGH RIDGE FAMILY CENTER. APPROVED 8-24-99

3.H.3.

PAYMENT IN THE AMOUNT OF $182,439.50 TO STH ARCHITECTURAL GROUP, INC., (SCHWAB, TWITTY & HANSER ARCHITECTS) AND THOMPSON, VENTULETT, STAINBACK & ASSOCIATES, INC., FOR SCHEMATIC DESIGN SERVICES FOR THE CONVENTION CENTER PROJECT. THE VALUE OF THESE SERVICES IS AS NOW NEGOTIATED IN THE PENDING CONTRACT AND WILL REFLECT AS ALREADY PAID WHEN AND IF THE CONTRACT FOR FULL DESIGN SERVICES IS APPROVED BY THE BOARD. APPROVED 8-24-99

3.H.4. DOCUMENT R-99-1504-D

CONTRACT WITH VIP PAINTING, INC., FOR $334,800 (BASE BID) FOR THE PAINTING OF THE CRIMINAL JUSTICE COMPLEX TOWER D WITHIN 148 DAYS FROM THE DATE STATED IN THE NOTICE TO PROCEED. APPROVED 8-24-99

3.H.5. DOCUMENT R-99-1505-D

CONTRACT WITH SIEMENS BUILDING TECHNOLOGIES, INC., LANDIS DIVISION, FOR $148,000 (BASE BID) FOR THE GOVERNMENTAL CENTER HEATING, VENTILATION, AND AIR-CONDITIONING (HVAC) CONTROLS UPGRADE WITHIN 200 DAYS TO SUBSTANTIAL COMPLETION FROM THE DATE STATED IN THE NOTICE TO PROCEED. APPROVED 8-24-99

3.H.6. DOCUMENT R-99-1506-D

CONTRACT WITH SIEMENS BUILDING TECHNOLOGIES, INC., LANDIS DIVISION, FOR $318,000 (BASE BID) FOR THE INSTALLATION OF TWO OUTSIDE AIR PRECONDITIONING UNITS AND UPGRADING THE EXISTING CONTROLS AT THE JUDICIAL CENTER GARAGE WITHIN 200 DAYS TO SUBSTANTIAL COMPLETION FROM THE DATE STATED IN THE NOTICE TO PROCEED. APPROVED 8-24-99

3.H.7.

PAYMENT IN THE AMOUNT OF $130,707.90 TO O'BRIEN KREITZBERG, INC., (OK) FOR PROGRAM MANAGEMENT SERVICES THROUGH THE COMPLETION OF THE SCHEMATIC DESIGN PHASE FOR THE CONVENTION CENTER PROJECT. THE VALUE OF THESE SERVICES IS AS NOW NEGOTIATED IN THE PENDING OK CONTRACT AND WILL REFLECT AS ALREADY PAID WHEN AND IF THE PROPOSED AMENDMENT TO OK'S CONTRACT IS APPROVED BY THE BOARD. (SEE R-98-194-D) APPROVED 8-24-99

3.H.8. DOCUMENT R-99-1507-D

AMENDMENT 2 TO THE CONTRACT WITH O'BRIEN KREITZBERG, INC., (OK) IN THE AMOUNT OF $71,500 FOR ADDITIONAL PROGRAM MANAGEMENT SERVICES IN CONJUNCTION WITH THE CONVENTION CENTER PROJECT WITHIN 12 WEEKS FROM THE DATE STATED IN THE NOTICE TO PROCEED.

(AMENDS R-98-194-D) APPROVED 8-24-99

3.H.9. DELETED

3.H.10. DOCUMENT R-99-1508-D

AMENDMENT 1 TO AGREEMENT WITH T. L. WINGATE, INC., TO IMPLEMENT THE FIRST RENEWAL OF THE JOB ORDER CONTRACT-SOUTH (BOND-WAIVER) WITH A MAXIMUM VALUE OF $1 MILLION AND A TERM OF 12 MONTHS OR UNTIL $1 MILLION IN WORK ORDERS ARE ISSUED. ALL TERMS OF THE ORIGINAL CONTRACT REMAIN IN EFFECT. (AMENDS R-98-1208-D) APPROVED 8-24-99

3.H.11. DOCUMENT R-99-1509-D

AMENDMENT 1 TO AGREEMENT WITH HOLT CONTRACTORS, INC., TO IMPLEMENT THE FIRST RENEWAL OF JOB ORDER CONTRACT-SOUTH (BOND-WAIVER) WITH A MAXIMUM VALUE OF $1 MILLION AND A TERM OF 12 MONTHS OR UNTIL $1 MILLION IN WORK ORDERS ARE ISSUED. ALL TERMS OF THE ORIGINAL CONTRACT REMAIN IN EFFECT. (AMENDS R-98-1206-D) APPROVED 8-24-99

3.H.12.

a. DOCUMENT R-99-1510-D

CONTRACT WITH TAYCON CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT, INC., FOR $1.334 MILLION FOR CONSTRUCTION OF THE SOUTH COUNTY AQUATICS FACILITY RIVER RIDE PROJECT WITHIN 180 DAYS TO SUBSTANTIAL COMPLETION FROM THE DATE STATED IN THE NOTICE TO PROCEED. APPROVED 8-24-99

b. BUDGET TRANSFER 99-1156

BUDGET TRANSFER OF $1.45 MILLION WITHIN THE PARK IMPACT FEE ZONE 3 FUND FROM RESERVES TO SOUTHWEST COUNTY AQUATIC COMPLEX AND RECREATION CENTER FOR CONSTRUCTION OF THE SOUTH COUNTY AQUATICS FACILITY RIVER RIDE PROJECT. APPROVED 8-24-99

3.H.13. DOCUMENT R-99-1511-D

LEASE AGREEMENT WITH PARTNERS OF KINGS POINT, LTD., ON BEHALF OF THE SHERIFF'S OFFICE, FOR 30,600 SQUARE FEET OF LAND LOCATED WITHIN THE KINGS POINT PLAZA SHOPPING CENTER AT THE SOUTHWEST CORNER OF ATLANTIC AVENUE AND JOG ROAD FOR $1.00 PER YEAR FOR OPERATION OF A KINGS POINT NEIGHBORHOOD SAFETY CENTER TO PROVIDE CITIZENS ON PATROL, COMMUNITY POLICING, AND NEIGHBORHOOD COORDINATION SERVICES FROM JUNE 1, 1999, THROUGH MAY 31, 2004,. APPROVED 8-24-99

3.I. HOUSING AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT

3.I.1.

a.

RECEIVE AND FILE SUMMARY OF DELEGATED FUNDING AWARDS FROM THE COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BLOCK GRANT PROGRAM MADE TO THE FOLLOWING PROPERTY OWNERS FOR REHABILITATION PROJECTS APPROVED BETWEEN OCTOBER 1, 1998, AND DECEMBER 31, 1998: LIGEATHER PONDER OF RIVIERA BEACH FOR $760; AND STEVEN AND SHAWNA WALLACE OF RIVIERA BEACH FOR $950. (SEE R-94-1139) APPROVED 8-24-99

b.

RECEIVE AND FILE SUMMARY OF DELEGATED FUNDING AWARDS FROM THE COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BLOCK GRANT PROGRAM MADE TO THE FOLLOWING PROPERTY OWNERS FOR REHABILITATION PROJECTS APPROVED BETWEEN JANUARY 1, 1999, AND MARCH 31, 1999: JOSEPH AND HATTIE MATHEWS OF RIVIERA BEACH FOR $9,700. (SEE R-94-1139) APPROVED 8-24-99

c.

RECEIVE AND FILE SUMMARY OF DELEGATED FUNDING AWARDS FROM THE COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BLOCK GRANT PROGRAM MADE TO THE FOLLOWING PROPERTY OWNERS FOR REHABILITATION PROJECTS APPROVED BETWEEN APRIL 1, 1999, AND JUNE 30, 1999: DEBORAH A. MCNEIL OF LANTANA FOR $21,000; CHERYL T. FRIEDLANDER OF GREENACRES FOR $20,935; EVA MAE RHODES AND CARRUNDA GREENWICH OF BELLE GLADE FOR $13,055; AND WILLIE MAE ADAMS OF LAKE WORTH FOR $16,318. (SEE R-94-1139) APPROVED 8-24-99

3.I.2.

a. DOCUMENT R-99-1512-D

SATISFACTION OF MORTGAGE FOR CLAIRE AND JACOB RANG OF WEST PALM BEACH REGARDING A $3,371.80 HARDSHIP A PROGRAM CONDITIONAL GRANT. APPROVED 8-24-99

b. DOCUMENT R-99-1513-D

SATISFACTION OF MORTGAGE FOR CAROL WEBER OF WEST PALM BEACH REGARDING A $4,523.18 HARDSHIP A PROGRAM CONDITIONAL GRANT. APPROVED 8-24-99

3.I.3. DELETED

3.I.4.

a. DOCUMENT R-99-1514-D

SATISFACTION OF MORTGAGE FOR ELIZA ALBURY OF BOYNTON BEACH REGARDING A $10,800 CONDITIONAL GRANT/FORGIVEN LOAN. APPROVED 8-24-99

b. DOCUMENT R-99-1515-D

SATISFACTION OF MORTGAGE FOR CLARA ANDREWS OF BOYNTON BEACH REGARDING A $14,700 CONDITIONAL GRANT/FORGIVEN LOAN. APPROVED 8-24-99

c. DOCUMENT R-99-1516-D

SATISFACTION OF MORTGAGE FOR SUSIE RAY BERRYHILL OF RIVIERA BEACH REGARDING A $15,000 CONDITIONAL GRANT/FORGIVEN LOAN. APPROVED 8-24-99

d. DOCUMENT R-99-1517-D

SATISFACTION OF MORTGAGE FOR ADDIE BLAKELY OF BELLE GLADE REGARDING A $13,950 CONDITIONAL GRANT/FORGIVEN LOAN. APPROVED 8-24-99

e. DOCUMENT R-99-1518-D

SATISFACTION OF MORTGAGE FOR HENRIETTA BROWN OF BOYNTON BEACH REGARDING A $14,975 CONDITIONAL GRANT/FORGIVEN LOAN. APPROVED 8-24-99

f. DOCUMENT R-99-1519-D

SATISFACTION OF MORTGAGE FOR JAMES AND LEOLA BUTLER OF BOYNTON BEACH REGARDING A $7,800 CONDITIONAL GRANT/FORGIVEN LOAN. APPROVED 8-24-99

g. DOCUMENT R-99-1520-D

SATISFACTION OF MORTGAGE FOR DIAN CRITTENDON OF RIVIERA BEACH REGARDING A $9,500 CONDITIONAL GRANT/FORGIVEN LOAN. APPROVED 8-24-99

h. DOCUMENT R-99-1521-D

SATISFACTION OF MORTGAGE FOR MATTIE L. HABERSHAM OF BOYNTON BEACH REGARDING A $11,400 CONDITIONAL GRANT/FORGIVEN LOAN. APPROVED 8-24-99

i. DOCUMENT R-99-1522-D

SATISFACTION OF MORTGAGE FOR WILLIE LEE HOSKINS OF PAHOKEE REGARDING A $13,850 CONDITIONAL GRANT/FORGIVEN LOAN. APPROVED 8-24-99

j. DOCUMENT R-99-1523-D

SATISFACTION OF MORTGAGE FOR COSTES AND EULA KIMES OF PAHOKEE REGARDING A $7,850 CONDITIONAL GRANT/FORGIVEN LOAN. APPROVED 8-24-99

k. DOCUMENT R-99-1524-D

SATISFACTION OF MORTGAGE FOR SHIRLEY M. KINCAID OF WEST PALM BEACH REGARDING A $14,376 CONDITIONAL GRANT/FORGIVEN LOAN. APPROVED 8-24-99

l. DOCUMENT R-99-1525-D

SATISFACTION OF MORTGAGE FOR GLADYS LOGAN OF RIVIERA BEACH REGARDING AN $18,000 CONDITIONAL GRANT/FORGIVEN LOAN. APPROVED 8-24-99

m. DOCUMENT R-99-1526-D

SATISFACTION OF MORTGAGE FOR MYRTIA H. WARD OF RIVIERA BEACH REGARDING A $10,000 CONDITIONAL GRANT/FORGIVEN LOAN. APPROVED 8-24-99

n. DOCUMENT R-99-1527-D

SATISFACTION OF MORTGAGE FOR ANNA DICKENS HEAD OF LAKE WORTH REGARDING A $13,284 DEFERRED REPAYABLE LOAN. APPROVED 8-24-99

3.I.5.

a. DOCUMENT R-99-1528-D

RECEIVE AND FILE AN INTERLOCAL COOPERATION AGREEMENT WITH THE CITY OF SOUTH BAY FOR THE COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BLOCK GRANT AND HOME INVESTMENT PARTNERSHIP PROGRAMS FOR FISCAL YEARS 2000, 2001, AND 2002. NO FISCAL IMPACT. APPROVED 8-24-99

b. DOCUMENT R-99-1529-D

RECEIVE AND FILE AN INTERLOCAL COOPERATION AGREEMENT WITH THE TOWN OF JUNO BEACH FOR THE COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BLOCK GRANT AND HOME INVESTMENT PARTNERSHIP PROGRAMS FOR FISCAL YEARS 2000, 2001, AND 2002. NO FISCAL IMPACT. APPROVED 8-24-99

c. DOCUMENT R-99-1530-D

RECEIVE AND FILE AN INTERLOCAL COOPERATION AGREEMENT WITH THE VILLAGE OF WELLINGTON FOR THE COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BLOCK GRANT AND HOME INVESTMENT PARTNERSHIP PROGRAMS FOR FISCAL YEARS 2000, 2001, AND 2002. NO FISCAL IMPACT. APPROVED 8-24-99

d. DOCUMENT R-99-1531-D

RECEIVE AND FILE AN INTERLOCAL COOPERATION AGREEMENT WITH THE VILLAGE OF TEQUESTA FOR THE COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BLOCK GRANT AND HOME INVESTMENT PARTNERSHIP PROGRAMS FOR FISCAL YEARS 2000, 2001, AND 2002. NO FISCAL IMPACT. APPROVED 8-24-99

e. DOCUMENT R-99-1532-D

RECEIVE AND FILE AN INTERLOCAL COOPERATION AGREEMENT WITH THE TOWN OF SOUTH PALM BEACH FOR THE COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BLOCK GRANT AND HOME INVESTMENT PARTNERSHIP PROGRAMS FOR FISCAL YEARS 2000, 2001, AND 2002. NO FISCAL IMPACT. APPROVED 8-24-99

f. DOCUMENT R-99-1533-D

RECEIVE AND FILE AN INTERLOCAL COOPERATION AGREEMENT WITH THE VILLAGE OF ROYAL PALM BEACH FOR THE COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BLOCK GRANT AND HOME INVESTMENT PARTNERSHIP PROGRAMS FOR FISCAL YEARS 2000, 2001, AND 2002. NO FISCAL IMPACT. APPROVED 8-24-99

g. DOCUMENT R-99-1534-D

RECEIVE AND FILE AN INTERLOCAL COOPERATION AGREEMENT WITH THE TOWN OF HYPOLUXO FOR THE COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BLOCK GRANT AND HOME INVESTMENT PARTNERSHIP PROGRAMS FOR FISCAL YEARS 2000, 2001, AND 2002. NO FISCAL IMPACT. APPROVED 8-24-99

h. DOCUMENT R-99-1535-D

RECEIVE AND FILE AN INTERLOCAL COOPERATION AGREEMENT WITH THE TOWN OF HIGHLAND BEACH FOR THE COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BLOCK GRANT AND HOME INVESTMENT PARTNERSHIP PROGRAMS FOR FISCAL YEARS 2000, 2001, AND 2002. NO FISCAL IMPACT. APPROVED 8-24-99

i. DOCUMENT R-99-1536-D

RECEIVE AND FILE AN INTERLOCAL COOPERATION AGREEMENT WITH THE TOWN OF GULF STREAM FOR THE COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BLOCK GRANT AND HOME INVESTMENT PARTNERSHIP PROGRAMS FOR FISCAL YEARS 2000, 2001, AND 2002. NO FISCAL IMPACT. APPROVED 8-24-99

j. DOCUMENT R-99-1537-D

RECEIVE AND FILE AN INTERLOCAL COOPERATION AGREEMENT WITH THE CITY OF GREENACRES FOR THE COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BLOCK GRANT AND HOME INVESTMENT PARTNERSHIP PROGRAMS FOR FISCAL YEARS 2000, 2001, AND 2002. NO FISCAL IMPACT. APPROVED 8-24-99

k. DOCUMENT R-99-1538-D

RECEIVE AND FILE AN INTERLOCAL COOPERATION AGREEMENT WITH THE TOWN OF GLEN RIDGE FOR THE COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BLOCK GRANT AND HOME INVESTMENT PARTNERSHIP PROGRAMS FOR FISCAL YEARS 2000, 2001, AND 2002. NO FISCAL IMPACT. APPROVED 8-24-99

l. DOCUMENT R-99-1539-D

RECEIVE AND FILE AN INTERLOCAL COOPERATION AGREEMENT WITH THE TOWN OF CLOUD LAKE FOR THE COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BLOCK GRANT AND HOME INVESTMENT PARTNERSHIP PROGRAMS FOR FISCAL YEARS 2000, 2001, AND 2002. NO FISCAL IMPACT. APPROVED 8-24-99

m. DOCUMENT R-99-1540-D

RECEIVE AND FILE AN INTERLOCAL COOPERATION AGREEMENT WITH THE TOWN OF BRINY BREEZES FOR THE COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BLOCK GRANT AND HOME INVESTMENT PARTNERSHIP PROGRAMS FOR FISCAL YEARS 2000, 2001, AND 2002. NO FISCAL IMPACT. APPROVED 8-24-99

n. DOCUMENT R-99-1541-D

RECEIVE AND FILE AN INTERLOCAL COOPERATION AGREEMENT WITH THE CITY OF BELLE GLADE FOR THE COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BLOCK GRANT AND HOME INVESTMENT PARTNERSHIP PROGRAMS FOR FISCAL YEARS 2000, 2001, AND 2002. NO FISCAL IMPACT. APPROVED 8-24-99

o. DOCUMENT R-99-1542-D

RECEIVE AND FILE AN INTERLOCAL COOPERATION AGREEMENT WITH THE CITY OF ATLANTIS FOR THE COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BLOCK GRANT AND HOME INVESTMENT PARTNERSHIP PROGRAMS FOR FISCAL YEARS 2000, 2001, AND 2002. NO FISCAL IMPACT. APPROVED 8-24-99

p. DOCUMENT R-99-1543-D

RECEIVE AND FILE AN INTERLOCAL COOPERATION AGREEMENT WITH THE TOWN OF JUPITER FOR THE COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BLOCK GRANT AND HOME INVESTMENT PARTNERSHIP PROGRAMS FOR FISCAL YEARS 2000, 2001, AND 2002. NO FISCAL IMPACT. APPROVED 8-24-99

q. DOCUMENT R-99-1544-D

RECEIVE AND FILE AN INTERLOCAL COOPERATION AGREEMENT WITH THE TOWN OF LAKE CLARKE SHORES FOR THE COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BLOCK GRANT AND HOME INVESTMENT PARTNERSHIP PROGRAMS FOR FISCAL YEARS 2000, 2001, AND 2002. NO FISCAL IMPACT. APPROVED 8-24-99

r. DOCUMENT R-99-1545-D

RECEIVE AND FILE AN INTERLOCAL COOPERATION AGREEMENT WITH THE TOWN OF LAKE PARK FOR THE COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BLOCK GRANT AND HOME INVESTMENT PARTNERSHIP PROGRAMS FOR FISCAL YEARS 2000, 2001, AND 2002. NO FISCAL IMPACT. APPROVED 8-24-99

s. DOCUMENT R-99-1546-D

RECEIVE AND FILE AN INTERLOCAL COOPERATION AGREEMENT WITH THE CITY OF LAKE WORTH FOR THE COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BLOCK GRANT AND HOME INVESTMENT PARTNERSHIP PROGRAMS FOR FISCAL YEARS 2000, 2001, AND 2002. NO FISCAL IMPACT. APPROVED 8-24-99

t. DOCUMENT R-99-1547-D

RECEIVE AND FILE AN INTERLOCAL COOPERATION AGREEMENT WITH THE TOWN OF LANTANA FOR THE COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BLOCK GRANT AND HOME INVESTMENT PARTNERSHIP PROGRAMS FOR FISCAL YEARS 2000, 2001, AND 2002. NO FISCAL IMPACT. APPROVED 8-24-99

u. DOCUMENT R-99-1548-D

RECEIVE AND FILE AN INTERLOCAL COOPERATION AGREEMENT WITH THE TOWN OF MANGONIA PARK FOR THE COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BLOCK GRANT AND HOME INVESTMENT PARTNERSHIP PROGRAMS FOR FISCAL YEARS 2000, 2001, AND 2002. NO FISCAL IMPACT. APPROVED 8-24-99

v. DOCUMENT R-99-1549-D

RECEIVE AND FILE AN INTERLOCAL COOPERATION AGREEMENT WITH THE VILLAGE OF NORTH PALM BEACH FOR THE COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BLOCK GRANT AND HOME INVESTMENT PARTNERSHIP PROGRAMS FOR FISCAL YEARS 2000, 2001, AND 2002. NO FISCAL IMPACT. APPROVED 8-24-99

w. DOCUMENT R-99-1550-D

RECEIVE AND FILE AN INTERLOCAL COOPERATION AGREEMENT WITH THE CITY OF PALM BEACH GARDENS FOR THE COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BLOCK GRANT AND HOME INVESTMENT PARTNERSHIP PROGRAMS FOR FISCAL YEARS 2000, 2001, AND 2002. NO FISCAL IMPACT. APPROVED 8-24-99

x. DOCUMENT R-99-1551-D

RECEIVE AND FILE AN INTERLOCAL COOPERATION AGREEMENT WITH THE TOWN OF PALM BEACH SHORES FOR THE COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BLOCK GRANT AND HOME INVESTMENT PARTNERSHIP PROGRAMS FOR FISCAL YEARS 2000, 2001, AND 2002. NO FISCAL IMPACT. APPROVED 8-24-99

y. DOCUMENT R-99-1552-D

RECEIVE AND FILE AN INTERLOCAL COOPERATION AGREEMENT WITH THE VILLAGE OF PALM SPRINGS FOR THE COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BLOCK GRANT AND HOME INVESTMENT PARTNERSHIP PROGRAMS FOR FISCAL YEARS 2000, 2001, AND 2002. NO FISCAL IMPACT. APPROVED 8-24-99

z. DOCUMENT R-99-1553-D

RECEIVE AND FILE AN INTERLOCAL COOPERATION AGREEMENT WITH THE CITY OF RIVIERA BEACH FOR THE COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BLOCK GRANT AND HOME INVESTMENT PARTNERSHIP PROGRAMS FOR FISCAL YEARS 2000, 2001, AND 2002. NO FISCAL IMPACT. APPROVED 8-24-99

3.I.6.

RELOCATION BENEFIT OF $65,250 AND A DEMOLITION PAYMENT OF $2,500 FOR MARTHA SILVA WHO RESIDES IN BELLE GLADE AND IS A PARTICIPANT IN THE COUNTY'S LOCAL RELOCATION PROGRAM. ALL FUNDS ARE FEDERAL AND REQUIRE NO LOCAL MATCH. APPROVED 8-24-99

3.I.7.

a. DOCUMENT R-99-1554-D

SATISFACTION OF MORTGAGE FOR WINONA BRADLEY OF RIVIERA BEACH REGARDING A $13,150 CONDITIONAL GRANT/FORGIVEN LOAN. APPROVED 8-24-99

b. DOCUMENT R-99-1555-D

SATISFACTION OF MORTGAGE FOR ANNIE DIXON BROOKINS OF RIVIERA BEACH REGARDING A $5,950 CONDITIONAL GRANT/FORGIVEN LOAN. APPROVED 8-24-99

c. DOCUMENT R-99-1556-D

SATISFACTION OF MORTGAGE FOR CHARLES AND GLORIA BROWN OF RIVIERA BEACH REGARDING A $15,780 COMBINATION LOW INTEREST/CONDITIONAL GRANT/FORGIVEN LOAN. APPROVED 8-24-99

d. DOCUMENT R-99-1557-D

SATISFACTION OF MORTGAGE FOR WILLIE GARVIN OF RIVIERA BEACH REGARDING A $10,000 CONDITIONAL GRANT/FORGIVEN LOAN. APPROVED 8-24-99

3.I.8. DELETED

3.I.9. DOCUMENT R-99-1558-D

AGREEMENT WITH CENTRO CAMPESINO FARMWORKER CENTER, INC., TO PROVIDE $172,125 IN FEDERAL HOME INVESTMENT PARTNERSHIPS PROGRAM (HOME) FUNDS FOR HOMEOWNERSHIP OPPORTUNITIES AND OPERATING EXPENSES TO ASSIST FIRST-TIME INCOME-ELIGIBLE HOMEBUYERS THROUGH ACQUISITION, REHABILITATION, AND NEW CONSTRUCTION FROM SEPTEMBER 1, 1999, THROUGH AUGUST 31, 2000; AND TO PROVIDE CENTRO CAMPESINO FARMWORKER CENTER WITH COMMUNITY HOUSING DEVELOPMENT ORGANIZATION (CHDO) OPERATING FUNDS. THE FUNDING AMOUNT FOR THE HOMEOWNERSHIP PROGRAM IS $138,200 IN HOME FUNDING. CHDO OPERATING EXPENSES WILL BE FUNDED IN THE AMOUNT OF $33,925 IN HOME FUNDS. THIS AGREEMENT PROVIDES FEDERAL HOME FUNDS WHOSE LOCAL MATCHING REQUIREMENTS ARE ADDRESSED THROUGH STATE HOUSING INITIATIVES PARTNERSHIP FUNDS (SHIP). APPROVED 8-24-99

3.I.10. DOCUMENT R-99-1559-D

AGREEMENT WITH NORTHWEST RIVIERA BEACH COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION (NWRBCDC) TO PROVIDE $95,000 IN FEDERAL HOME INVESTMENT PARTNERSHIPS PROGRAM (HOME) FUNDS FOR HOMEOWNERSHIP OPPORTUNITIES AND OPERATING EXPENSES TO ASSIST FIRST-TIME INCOME- ELIGIBLE HOMEBUYERS THROUGH ACQUISITION, REHABILITATION, AND NEW CONSTRUCTION; AND TO PROVIDE NWRBCDC WITH COMMUNITY HOUSING DEVELOPMENT ORGANIZATION (CHDO) OPERATING FUNDS FROM SEPTEMBER 1, 1999, TO AUGUST 31, 2000. THE FUNDING AMOUNT FOR THE HOMEOWNERSHIP PROGRAM IS $75,000 IN HOME FUNDING. CHDO OPERATING EXPENSES WILL BE FUNDED IN THE AMOUNT OF $20,000 IN HOME FUNDS. THIS AGREEMENT PROVIDES FEDERAL HOME FUNDS WHOSE LOCAL MATCHING REQUIREMENTS ARE ADDRESSED THROUGH STATE HOUSING INITIATIVES PARTNERSHIP FUNDS (SHIP). APPROVED 8-24-99

3.I.11. DOCUMENT R-99-1560-D

AGREEMENT WITH SU CASA COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION TO PROVIDE $172,125 IN FEDERAL HOME INVESTMENT PARTNERSHIPS PROGRAM (HOME) FUNDS FOR HOMEOWNERSHIP OPPORTUNITIES AND OPERATING EXPENSES TO ASSIST FIRST-TIME INCOME-ELIGIBLE HOMEBUYERS THROUGH ACQUISITION, REHABILITATION, AND NEW CONSTRUCTION; AND TO PROVIDE SU CASA WITH COMMUNITY HOUSING DEVELOPMENT ORGANIZATION (CHDO) OPERATING FUNDS FROM SEPTEMBER 1, 1999, THROUGH AUGUST 31, 2000. THE FUNDING AMOUNT FOR THE HOMEOWNERSHIP PROGRAM IS $138,200 IN HOME FUNDING. CHDO OPERATING EXPENSES WILL BE FUNDED IN THE AMOUNT OF $33,925 IN HOME FUNDS. THIS AGREEMENT PROVIDES FEDERAL HOME FUNDS WHOSE LOCAL MATCHING REQUIREMENTS ARE ADDRESSED THROUGH STATE HOUSING INITIATIVES PARTNERSHIP (SHIP) FUNDS. APPROVED 8-24-99

3.I.12. DOCUMENT R-99-1561-D

PARTIAL RELEASE OF DECLARATION OF RESTRICTIONS ON PROPERTY LOCATED AT 1337 LONGWOOD STREET, 1341 LONGWOOD STREET, 1345 LONGWOOD STREET, 1355 LONGWOOD STREET, 1316 ALPHA STREET, 1336 ALPHA STREET, 1340 ALPHA STREET, 1344 ALPHA STREET, AND 1356 ALPHA STREET IN WEST PALM BEACH, AND 680 29TH STREET, 690 29TH STREET, 700 29TH STREET, AND 720 29TH STREET IN RIVIERA BEACH, OWNED BY WEST PALM BEACH HOUSING DEVELOPMENT, INC., WHICH HAS PAID TO THE COUNTY $28,807.54, WHICH REPRESENTS FULL SATISFACTION OF THE CONDITIONS IMPOSED UPON THE PROPERTIES. (AMENDS R-93-541-D) APPROVED 8-24-99

3.I.13. RESOLUTION R-99-1562

RESOLUTION APPROVING THE MID-YEAR BUDGET AMENDMENT TO THE WESTGATE/BELVEDERE HOMES COMMUNITY REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY'S (CRA) FISCAL YEAR 1998-99 OPERATING, SINKING, RESERVE, AND CONSTRUCTION FUNDS, REFLECTING THE REFUNDING OF THE $3 MILLION REDEVELOPMENT REVENUE BONDS, SERIES 1992, WHICH RESULTED IN THE CRA RECEIVING $321,888 IN NEW BOND PROCEEDS DESIGNATED FOR THE INFRASTRUCTURE PROJECT. (AMENDS R-98-1779) ADOPTED 8-24-99

3.I.14.

a. BUDGET AMENDMENT 99-1059

DOWNWARD BUDGET AMENDMENT OF $2,319,661 IN THE COMMISSION ON AFFORDABLE HOUSING FUND TO REDUCE THE BALANCE BROUGHT FORWARD FROM FISCAL YEAR 1997-1998 TO REFLECT THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN ACTUAL AND ESTIMATED REVENUES AND EXPENDITURES. APPROVED 8-24-99

b. BUDGET AMENDMENT 99-1062

DOWNWARD BUDGET AMENDMENT OF $607,971 IN THE HOME INVESTMENT PARTNERSHIPS PROGRAM FUND TO REFLECT A DECREASE IN TRANSFERS FROM THE COMMISSION ON AFFORDABLE HOUSING FUND AND TO ADJUST THE VARIOUS REVENUE AND APPROPRIATION ACCOUNTS TO THEIR ACTUAL BALANCES. APPROVED 8-24-99

3.I.15.

a. BUDGET AMENDMENT 99-1060

DOWNWARD BUDGET AMENDMENT OF $791,331 IN THE HOUSING AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT FUND TO REFLECT THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN ACTUAL AND ESTIMATED REVENUES AND EXPENDITURES AND TO ADJUST THE VARIOUS REVENUE AND APPROPRIATION ACCOUNTS TO THEIR ACTUAL BALANCES. APPROVED 8-24-99

b. BUDGET AMENDMENT 99-1068

DOWNWARD BUDGET AMENDMENT OF $422,442 IN THE HOME INVESTMENT PARTNERSHIPS PROGRAM FUND TO REFLECT THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN ACTUAL AND ESTIMATED REVENUES AND EXPENDITURES AND TO ADJUST THE VARIOUS REVENUE AND APPROPRIATION ACCOUNTS TO THEIR ACTUAL BALANCES. APPROVED 8-24-99

c. BUDGET AMENDMENT 99-1061

DOWNWARD BUDGET AMENDMENT OF $13,734 IN THE REHABILITATION LOAN PROGRAM FUND TO REDUCE THE BALANCE BROUGHT FORWARD FROM FISCAL YEAR 1997-1998 TO REFLECT THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN ACTUAL AND ESTIMATED REVENUES AND EXPENDITURES AND TO ADJUST THE VARIOUS REVENUE AND APPROPRIATION ACCOUNTS TO THEIR ACTUAL BALANCES. APPROVED 8-24-99

3.J. PLANNING, ZONING AND BUILDING - None

3.K. WATER UTILITIES

3.K.1. DELETED

3.K.2. DOCUMENT R-99-1563-D

CONSULTANT SERVICES AUTHORIZATION 5 TO THE CONTRACT WITH HELLER- WEAVER & CATO, INC., FOR $136,490.45 TO PROVIDE DESIGN SERVICES FOR THE HAGEN RANCH ROAD UTILITY IMPROVEMENT PROJECT LOCATED WITHIN THE HAGEN RANCH ROAD RIGHT-OF-WAY BETWEEN BOYNTON BEACH BOULEVARD AND WEST ATLANTIC AVENUE. (AMENDS R-99-834-D) APPROVED 8-24-99

3.L. ENVIRONMENTAL RESOURCES MANAGEMENT

3.L.1. DOCUMENT R-99-1564-D

RATIFY THE CHAIR'S SIGNATURE ON AMENDMENT 1 TO LEASE AGREEMENT 4161 WITH THE STATE OF FLORIDA FOR THE JUNO HILLS NATURAL AREA TO INCLUDE THE TWO-ACRE FISHER PARCEL. (AMENDS R-97-1040-D) APPROVED 8-24-99

3.L.2. BUDGET AMENDMENT 99-1138

BUDGET AMENDMENT OF $4,650 WITHIN THE GENERAL FUND TO RE-ESTABLISH BUDGET FOR A U.S. DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR, FISH AND WILDLIFE SERVICE GRANT TO RESTORE APPROXIMATELY FIVE ACRES OF DISTURBED MARITIME HAMMOCK AT THE COUNTY'S JUNO HILLS NATURAL AREA, WHICH WAS RECEIVED IN FISCAL YEAR 1998 BUT NOT BUDGETED IN FISCAL YEAR 1999. (SEE R-98-1468-D) APPROVED 8-24-99

3.L.3.

a. DOCUMENT R-99-1565-D

CONTRACT WITH THE SOUTH FLORIDA WATER MANAGEMENT DISTRICT (SFWMD) FOR $106,377 FOR ENVIRONMENTAL RESTORATION ACTIVITIES ASSOCIATED WITH THE FRENCHMAN'S FOREST NATURAL AREA, INCLUDING EXOTIC VEGETATION REMOVAL, ELEVATION CHANGES AND SPOIL MATERIAL REMOVAL, REPLANTING WITH NATIVE VEGETATION, AND THE CONSTRUCTION OF AN EDUCATIONAL KIOSK, EFFECTIVE FOR AN ESTIMATED TERM FROM SEPTEMBER 1999, THROUGH SEPTEMBER 2000. OF THE $269,260 TOTAL ESTIMATED PROJECT COSTS, THE SFWMD WILL PROVIDE $106,377, AND REMAINING COSTS WILL BE COVERED BY ENVIRONMENTALLY SENSITIVE LAND BOND FUNDS ($100,000), COUNTY VESSEL REGISTRATION FEES ($23,883), AND A COUNTY MATCH ($39,000) FOR IN-KIND STAFF SERVICES. APPROVED 8-24-99

b. RESOLUTION R-99-1566

RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING TRANSFER OF $23,883 FROM THE VESSEL REGISTRATION FEE TRUST FUND TO PROVIDE A PORTION OF THE FUNDS FOR ENVIRONMENTAL RESTORATION ACTIVITIES ASSOCIATED WITH THE FRENCHMAN'S FOREST NATURAL AREA EFFECTIVE FOR AN ESTIMATED TERM FROM SEPTEMBER 1999, THROUGH SEPTEMBER 2000. ADOPTED 8-24-99

c. BUDGET AMENDMENT 99-1137

BUDGET AMENDMENT OF $106,377 IN THE VESSEL REGISTRATION FEE TRUST FUND TO THE FRENCHMAN'S FOREST ENHANCEMENT ACCOUNT TO RECOGNIZE THE SOUTH FLORIDA WATER MANAGEMENT DISTRICT'S CONTRIBUTION FOR ENVIRONMENTAL RESTORATION ACTIVITIES ASSOCIATED WITH THE FRENCHMAN'S FOREST NATURAL AREA. APPROVED 8-24-99

d. BUDGET TRANSFER 99-1136

BUDGET TRANSFER OF $23,883 IN THE VESSEL REGISTRATION FEE TRUST FUND FROM NON-SPECIFIC RESERVES TO FRENCHMAN'S FOREST ENHANCEMENT ACCOUNT FOR ENVIRONMENTAL RESTORATION ACTIVITIES ASSOCIATED WITH THE FRENCHMAN'S FOREST NATURAL AREA. APPROVED 8-24-99

e.

AUTHORIZATION FOR THE COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR OR HIS DESIGNEE TO SIGN ALL FUTURE TIME EXTENSIONS, TASK ASSIGNMENTS, CERTIFICATIONS, AND OTHER FORMS ASSOCIATED WITH THE AGREEMENT WITH THE SOUTH FLORIDA WATER MANAGEMENT DISTRICT FOR ENVIRONMENTAL RESTORATION ACTIVITIES ASSOCIATED WITH THE FRENCHMAN'S FOREST NATURAL AREA, AND NECESSARY MINOR AMENDMENTS THAT DO NOT CHANGE THE SCOPE OF WORK OR TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF THE AGREEMENT. APPROVED 8-24-99

3.L.4.

a. DOCUMENT R-99-1567-D

AMENDMENT 1 TO AGREEMENT WITH HARBOR BRANCH OCEANOGRAPHIC INSTITUTION, INC. (HBOI), FOR THE PRODUCTION OF AN INTERNET HYPER-LINKED CD-ROM AND WEBSITE FOR THE LAKE WORTH LAGOON, FOR A ONE-YEAR NO-COST TIME EXTENSION, ESTABLISHING A NEW COMPLETION DATE OF SEPTEMBER 1, 2000. (AMENDS R-98-628-D) APPROVED 8-24-99

b.

AUTHORIZATION FOR THE COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR OR HIS DESIGNEE TO SIGN ALL FUTURE TIME EXTENSIONS, TASK ASSIGNMENTS, CERTIFICATIONS, OTHER ASSOCIATED FORMS, AND NECESSARY MINOR AMENDMENTS THAT DO NOT CHANGE THE SCOPE OF WORK OR TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF THE AGREEMENT WITH HARBOR BRANCH OCEANOGRAPHIC INSTITUTION, INC., FOR THE PRODUCTION OF INTERNET HYPER-LINKED CD-ROM AND WEBSITE FOR THE LAKE WORTH LAGOON, APPROVED 8-24-99

3.M. PARKS AND RECREATION

3.M.1.

a. DOCUMENT R-99-1568-D

AGREEMENT WITH THE TOWN OF LANTANA, NOT TO EXCEED $32,000, FOR A PICNIC PAVILION AT BICENTENNIAL PARK FROM AUGUST 24, 1999, THROUGH FEBRUARY 23, 2001. APPROVED 8-24-99

b. BUDGET TRANSFER 99-1210

BUDGET TRANSFER OF $32,000 WITHIN THE PARK IMPROVEMENT FUND FROM DISTRICT 4 RECREATION ASSISTANCE PROGRAM RESERVES TO THE LANTANA/BICENTENNIAL PARK PAVILION ACCOUNT. APPROVED 8-24-99

3.M.2.

a. DOCUMENT R-99-1569-D

AGREEMENT WITH MOTHERS AGAINST DRUNK DRIVING PALM BEACH COUNTY CHAPTER, NOT TO EXCEED $7,148.53, FOR FUNDING OF THE GREAT AMERICAN PICNIC FROM AUGUST 24, 1999, THROUGH SEPTEMBER 30, 1999. APPROVED 8-24-99

b. BUDGET TRANSFER 99-1126

BUDGET TRANSFER OF $7,148.53 WITHIN THE PARK IMPROVEMENT FUND FROM DISTRICT 5 RECREATION ASSISTANCE PROGRAM RESERVES TO MOTHERS AGAINST DRUNK DRIVING PALM BEACH COUNTY CHAPTER FOR FUNDING OF THE GREAT AMERICAN PICNIC. APPROVED 8-24-99

3.M.3. BUDGET AMENDMENT 99-1127

BUDGET AMENDMENT OF $866,024 WITHIN THE PARK IMPROVEMENT FUND TO ESTABLISH THE NECESSARY REVENUE AND EXPENDITURE BUDGET LINE ITEMS TO ACCOUNT FOR AN APPROVED LAND EXCHANGE AGREEMENT WITH THE MILLER COMPANY, INC., TO EXCHANGE A 3.9-ACRE SURPLUS OUTPARCEL OF THE SOUTH COUNTY CIVIC CENTER FOR 4.25 ADJOINING ACRES. (SEE R-99-1072-D) APPROVED 8-24-99

3.M.4.

a. DOCUMENT R-99-1570-D

AGREEMENT WITH THE TOWN OF JUNO BEACH, NOT TO EXCEED $25,000, FOR KAGAN PARK IMPROVEMENTS FROM AUGUST 24, 1999, THROUGH FEBRUARY 23, 2001. APPROVED 8-24-99

b. BUDGET TRANSFER 99-1128

BUDGET TRANSFER OF $25,000 WITHIN THE PARK IMPROVEMENT FUND FROM DISTRICT 1 RECREATION ASSISTANCE PROGRAM RESERVES TO JUNO BEACH/KAGAN PARK IMPROVEMENTS. APPROVED 8-24-99

3.M.5. DOCUMENT R-99-1571-D

AGREEMENT WITH THE CITY OF PALM BEACH GARDENS, NOT TO EXCEED $50,222, FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF LAKE CATHERINE PARK FROM AUGUST 24, 1999, THROUGH FEBRUARY 23, 2001. FUNDING FOR THIS PROJECT IS FROM THE OAKS PARK REST ROOM PROJECT WHICH WAS TERMINATED. (SEE R-97-881-D) APPROVED 8-24-99

3.M.6.

a. DOCUMENT R-99-1572-D

AMENDMENT TO AGREEMENT WITH THE SKI CLUB OF THE PALM BEACHES, INC., EXTENDING THE TERM 15 YEARS COMMENCING AUGUST 24, 1999, AND CLARIFYING THE EXISTING AGREEMENT GOVERNING THE SKI CLUB'S LONGSTANDING OPERATION OF SKI-RELATED FACILITIES AT OKEEHEELEE PARK. (AMENDS R-83-855-D) APPROVED 8-24-99

b. RESOLUTION R-99-1573

RESOLUTION ESTABLISHING THE OKEEHEELEE SKI COURSE ENFORCEMENT BOARD TO REGULATE PROPER USE OF THE OPERATION OF SKI-RELATED FACILITIES AT OKEEHEELEE PARK. ADOPTED 8-24-99

3.N. LIBRARY

3.N.1. DOCUMENT R-99-1574-D

SITE APPLICATION WITH THE COUNTY LITERACY COALITION FOR THE COUNTY LIBRARY'S PARTICIPATION IN THE LITERACY*AMERICORPS COUNTY PROGRAM FROM SEPTEMBER 7, 1999, THROUGH AUGUST 31, 2000, NOT TO EXCEED $3,500. THE LIBRARY WILL PAY $1,500 TO THE COALITION, AS A PORTION OF THE LOCAL MATCHING FUNDS, AND BUSINESS-RELATED MILEAGE OF UP TO $2,000. FUNDS WILL BE PROVIDED THROUGH THE LIBRARY'S FISCAL YEAR 2000 OPERATING BUDGET AND WILL HAVE MINIMAL FISCAL IMPACT. APPROVED 8-24-99

3.N.2. BUDGET AMENDMENT 99-1165

BUDGET AMENDMENT OF $111,408 IN THE COUNTY LIBRARY FUND TO APPROPRIATE STATE AID FUNDING RECEIVED BY THE COUNTY ON BEHALF OF COOPERATIVE MEMBERS (BOYNTON BEACH, DELRAY BEACH, LAKE PARK, LAKE WORTH, PALM SPRINGS, RIVIERA BEACH, AND WEST PALM BEACH LIBRARIES); AND INCREASE APPROPRIATION TO ACTUAL FOR THE COUNTY LIBRARY SYSTEM IN ORDER TO PROVIDE PROPER ACCOUNTING FOR AN INCREASED AMOUNT OF STATE AID OVER ORIGINAL BUDGET. NO NEGATIVE FISCAL IMPACT ON THE COUNTY LIBRARY. (SEE R-98-1479-D) APPROVED 8-24-99

3.N.3. BUDGET TRANSFER 99-1164

BUDGET TRANSFERS WITHIN THE CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT FUND FROM REMAINING BUDGET BALANCES FROM TWO COMPLETED PROJECTS (MAIN LIBRARY ROOF REPLACEMENT AND PAHOKEE LIBRARY ROOF REPLACEMENT) FOR $108,567 TO INCREASE BY $6,000 THE APPROVED BUDGET OF $140,000 FOR MAIN LIBRARY PARKING LOT LIGHTS RETROFIT; TO ESTABLISH A BUDGET OF $30,000 FOR UNINTERRUPTED POWER SUPPLY REPLACEMENT; TO ESTABLISH A BUDGET OF $28,000 FOR MEDIAN LANDSCAPING ON JOG ROAD; AND TO PLACE THE REMAINING $44,567 IN COUNTY LIBRARY CONTINGENCY RESERVES. APPROVED 8-24-99

3.P. COOPERATIVE EXTENSION SERVICE - None

3.Q. CRIMINAL JUSTICE COMMISSION

3.Q.1. RESOLUTION R-99-1575

RESOLUTION RESCINDING RESOLUTION FOR ESTABLISHING CRITERIA FOR UTILIZATION OF THE COUNTY DRUG ABUSE TRUST FUNDS IN ORDER TO ALLOW THE COUNTY GREATER FLEXIBILITY IN USING FUNDS FOR MATCH MONEY REQUIRED TO LEVERAGE FEDERAL GRANT DOLLARS FOR COUNTYWIDE DRUG AND ALCOHOL ABUSE PREVENTION, TREATMENT, AND EDUCATION PROGRAMS. (RESCINDS R-90-279) ADOPTED 8-24-99

3.Q.2.

a. DOCUMENT R-99-1576-D

ACCEPTANCE OF A GRANT AWARD OF $30,000 FROM THE U.S. DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE, OFFICE OF JUSTICE PROGRAMS, DRUG COURT PROGRAM OFFICE FOR THE CRIMINAL JUSTICE COMMISSION'S DRUG COURT PROGRAM FROM OCTOBER 1, 1999, THROUGH SEPTEMBER 30, 2000. (SEE

R-99-587) APPROVED 8-24-99

b.

AUTHORIZATION FOR THE EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR OF THE CRIMINAL JUSTICE COMMISSION (CJC) TO APPROVE TRAVEL AND RELATED EXPENSES IN ACCORDANCE WITH COUNTY POLICIES FOR THE SIX-MEMBER DRUG COURT TEAM TO ATTEND THE TRAINING CONFERENCES AS REQUIRED BY THE TERMS OF THE GRANT FROM THE U.S. DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE, OFFICE OF JUSTICE PROGRAMS, DRUG COURT PROGRAM OFFICE FOR THE CJC'S DRUG COURT PROGRAM. (SEE R-99-1576-D) APPROVED 8-24-99

c.

AUTHORIZATION FOR THE COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR OR HIS DESIGNEE TO EXECUTE ALL RELATED DOCUMENTS FOR THE GRANT FROM THE U.S. DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE, OFFICE OF JUSTICE PROGRAMS, DRUG COURT PROGRAM OFFICE FOR THE CRIMINAL JUSTICE COMMISSION'S DRUG COURT PROGRAM. (SEE R-99-1576-D) APPROVED 8-24-99

3.Q.3. DOCUMENT R-99-1577-D

CONTRACT WITH MR. JAMIE F. PRICE FOR $23,638 TO COLLECT, PROCESS, AND EVALUATE INFORMATION REQUIRED BY THE U.S. DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE, OFFICE OF JUSTICE PROGRAMS, DRUG COURT PROGRAM OFFICE AND TO COORDINATE THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE GRANT- FUNDED DRUG COURT PLANNING PROCESS FOR THE COUNTY FROM OCTOBER 1, 1999, THROUGH SEPTEMBER 30, 2000. APPROVED 8-24-99

3.Q.4.

a. BUDGET AMENDMENT 99-1172

BUDGET AMENDMENT OF $23,729 WITHIN THE COUNTY'S LOCAL LAW ENFORCEMENT BLOCK GRANT (97-99 LLEBG) TRUST FUND TO RECOGNIZE INTEREST EARNINGS THROUGH SEPTEMBER 30, 1999. APPROVED 8-24-99

b. BUDGET AMENDMENT 99-1173

BUDGET AMENDMENT OF $21,674 IN THE COUNTY'S LOCAL LAW ENFORCEMENT BLOCK GRANT (98-2000 LLEBG) TRUST FUND TO RECOGNIZE INTEREST EARNINGS THROUGH JULY 27, 1999. APPROVED 8-24-99

c.

(1) BUDGET AMENDMENT 99-1174

BUDGET AMENDMENT OF $23,729 IN THE GENERAL FUND TO THE COMMUNITY COURT FOR OPERATING EXPENSES AND TO THE CRIMINAL JUSTICE COMMISSION'S LAW ENFORCEMENT PLANNING COUNCIL FOR OPERATING EXPENSES AND COMPUTER EQUIPMENT. APPROVED 8-24-99

(2) BUDGET AMENDMENT 99-1175

BUDGET AMENDMENT OF $21,674 IN THE GENERAL FUND TO THE WEED AND SEED PROGRAM. APPROVED 8-24-99

3.Q.5.

a. DOCUMENT R-99-1578-D

CONTRACT WITH COMPREHENSIVE ALCOHOLISM REHABILITATION PROGRAM, INC., NOT TO EXCEED $130,000, FROM SEPTEMBER 1, 1999, THROUGH SEPTEMBER 30, 2000, FOR SUBSTANCE ABUSE TREATMENT SERVICES. APPROVED 8-24-99

b. BUDGET TRANSFER 99-1209

BUDGET TRANSFER OF $10,747 FROM THE COUNTY'S DRUG ABUSE TRUST FUND CONTINGENCY RESERVES TO THE GENERAL FUND FOR SUBSTANCE ABUSE TREATMENT SERVICES PROVIDED BY THE COMPREHENSIVE ALCOHOLISM REHABILITATION PROGRAM. ALL RELATED BUDGET ADJUSTMENTS FOR FY 2000 FUNDING WILL BE INCLUDED ON THE AGENDA FOR THE PUBLIC HEARING SCHEDULED FOR SEPTEMBER 7, 1999. APPROVED 8-24-99

c. BUDGET AMENDMENT 99-1208

BUDGET AMENDMENT OF $10,747 IN THE GENERAL FUND FROM THE COUNTY'S DRUG ABUSE TRUST FUND CONTINGENCY RESERVES FOR SUBSTANCE ABUSE TREATMENT SERVICES PROVIDED BY THE COMPREHENSIVE ALCOHOLISM REHABILITATION PROGRAM. ALL RELATED BUDGET ADJUSTMENTS FOR FY 2000 FUNDING WILL BE INCLUDED ON THE AGENDA FOR THE PUBLIC HEARING SCHEDULED FOR SEPTEMBER 7, 1999. . APPROVED 8-24-99

3.R. EMPLOYEE RELATIONS AND PERSONNEL - None

3.S. FIRE-RESCUE

3.S.1. DOCUMENT R-99-1579-D

AUTHORIZE THE CHAIR TO CERTIFY THE NON-AD VALOREM ASSESSMENT ROLL FOR THE MUNICIPAL SERVICE BENEFIT UNIT (MSBU) FOR FIRE HYDRANT MAINTENANCE AND RENTAL IN RIVIERA BEACH AND FOR THE MSBU FOR FIRE HYDRANT MAINTENANCE AND RENTAL IN BOCA RATON. APPROVED 8-24-99

3.S.2. DOCUMENT R-99-1580-D

INTERLOCAL AGREEMENT WITH THE SHERIFF'S OFFICE FOR THE DEPUTIZATION ON A VOLUNTARY BASIS OF FIRE AND ARSON INVESTIGATORS TO ENABLE THOSE DEPUTIZED INVESTIGATORS TO CONDUCT CRIMINAL INVESTIGATIONS AND EFFECT ARREST INVOLVING ARSON FIRES AND RELATED FIRE SAFETY VIOLATIONS FOR THE TERM OF THE CURRENT SHERIFF. NO FISCAL IMPACT. APPROVED 8-24-99

3.S.3. DOCUMENT R-99-1581-D

AGREEMENT WITH THE LAW FIRM OF WHELAN, DEMAIO & KISZKIEL, P.A., FOR THE PROVISION OF PROFESSIONAL SERVICES IN THE AREA OF LABOR NEGOTIATIONS BETWEEN THE COUNTY AND PROFESSIONAL FIREFIGHTERS/PARAMEDICS OF PALM BEACH COUNTY, LOCAL 2928, IAFF, INC., FROM JUNE 1, 1999, THROUGH DECEMBER 31, 1999, NOT TO EXCEED $50,000, PLUS NOT-TO-EXCEED $1,500 REPRESENTING REIMBURSABLE EXPENSES AND COSTS, EXCLUDING EXPERT WITNESS FEES. (SEE R-99-139-D) APPROVED 8-24-99

3.S.4.

a. BUDGET AMENDMENT 99-1185

BUDGET AMENDMENT OF $7,840 IN THE FIRE-RESCUE RIVIERA BEACH HYDRANT RENTAL MUNICIPAL SERVICE BENEFIT UNIT FUND RECOGNIZING THE ACTUAL BEGINNING FUND BALANCES AND INCREASING THE APPROPRIATION BUDGET TO FUND OUTSTANDING INVOICES WITH THE CITY OF RIVIERA BEACH. APPROVED 8-24-99

b. BUDGET AMENDMENT 99-1186

BUDGET AMENDMENT OF $2,835 IN THE FIRE-RESCUE IMPACT FEES ZONE 1 FUND RECOGNIZING THE ACTUAL BEGINNING FUND BALANCES AND INCREASING THE APPROPRIATION BUDGET TO FUND ELIGIBLE IMPACT FEE EXPENSES. APPROVED 8-24-99

c. BUDGET AMENDMENT 99-1187

BUDGET AMENDMENT OF $4,374 IN THE FIRE-RESCUE IMPACT FEES ZONE 3 FUND RECOGNIZING THE ACTUAL BEGINNING FUND BALANCES AND INCREASING THE APPROPRIATION BUDGET TO FUND ELIGIBLE IMPACT FEE EXPENSES. APPROVED 8-24-99

3.S.5.

a. DOCUMENT R-99-1582-D

AMENDMENT TO THE DEFINED CONTRIBUTION PENSION PLAN FOR THE ESTABLISHMENT OF A SEPARATE PENSION PLAN FOR FIRE-RESCUE EMPLOYEES WHO WERE FORMERLY EMPLOYED BY THE VILLAGE OF ROYAL PALM BEACH FIRE DEPARTMENT. (AMENDS R-99-676-D) APPROVED 8-24-99

b. RESOLUTION R-99-1583

RESOLUTION ESTABLISHING A BOARD OF TRUSTEES FOR THE DEFINED CONTRIBUTION PENSION PLAN FOR FIRE-RESCUE EMPLOYEES WHO WERE FORMERLY EMPLOYED BY THE VILLAGE OF ROYAL PALM BEACH FIRE DEPARTMENT AND DELEGATING THE RESPONSIBILITIES OF TRUSTEE AND PLAN ADMINISTRATOR TO SUCH BOARD. (SEE R-99-1582-D) ADOPTED 8-24-99

c.

PAYMENT OF INTEREST ON RETROACTIVE EMPLOYER CONTRIBUTIONS TO THE DEFINED CONTRIBUTION PENSION PLAN FOR FIRE-RESCUE EMPLOYEES WHO WERE FORMERLY EMPLOYED BY THE VILLAGE OF ROYAL PALM BEACH FIRE DEPARTMENT OF 5.7 PERCENT FOR THE ENTIRE AMOUNT OWED EACH INDIVIDUAL. APPROVED 8-24-99

3.S.6. DOCUMENT R-99-1584-D

INTERLOCAL AGREEMENT WITH THE CITY OF BELLE GLADE FOR $280,000 FOR EACH YEAR OF THE CONTRACT, PLUS UP TO $20,000 PER YEAR FOR THE PURCHASE OF CAPITAL EQUIPMENT, FROM OCTOBER 1, 1999, THROUGH SEPTEMBER 30, 2004, FOR THE PROVISION OF FIRE-RESCUE SERVICES TO THE UNINCORPORATED AREAS SOUTH OF STATE ROAD 80 AND WEST OF 20 MILE BEND. APPROVED 8-24-99

3.T. HEALTH DEPARTMENT

3.T.1. RESOLUTION R-99-1585

RESOLUTION APPROVING THE FISCAL YEAR 1999/2000 ANNUAL BUDGET OF $659,969 FOR THE AIR POLLUTION CONTROL PROGRAM ADMINISTERED BY THE COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT. THIS PROGRAM IS FUNDED BY THE COUNTY AIR POLLUTION CONTROL TRUST FUND WHICH IS SOLELY SUPPORTED BY MOTOR VEHICLE LICENSE REGISTRATION FEES. (SEE R-84-1196) ADOPTED 8-24-99

3.U. INFORMATION SYSTEMS SERVICES - None

3.V. METROPOLITAN PLANNING ORGANIZATION - None

3.W. PUBLIC AFFAIRS - None

3.X. PUBLIC SAFETY

3.X.1. DOCUMENT R-99-1586-D

RECEIVE AND FILE MODIFICATION TO THE EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT PREPAREDNESS AND ASSISTANCE (EMPA) TRUST FUND COMPETITIVE GRANT AGREEMENT WITH THE FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNITY AFFAIRS TO ADJUST THE SCOPE OF WORK TO INDICATE THE COUNTY WILL PROVIDE EQUIPMENT WITH A GENERATING CAPACITY OF 1,000 KILOWATTS INSTEAD OF 750 KILOWATTS RELATED TO THE EMERGENCY ELECTRICAL GENERATOR AT THE SOUTH FLORIDA FAIRGROUNDS EXPO CENTER SPECIAL CARE UNIT. NO MATCHING FUNDS ARE REQUIRED. (AMENDS R-98-715-D) APPROVED 8-24-99

3.X.2. BUDGET AMENDMENT 99-1207

BUDGET AMENDMENT OF $49,987 IN THE PUBLIC SAFETY GRANTS FUND TO ADJUST BALANCE BROUGHT FORWARD AND TO CARRY FORWARD FISCAL YEAR 1998 VICTIMS OF CRIME ACT (VOCA) AND SPECIAL OPTIONS TOWARD ACHIEVING RECOVERY (SOAR) GRANT FUNDING, THEREBY REALIGNING GRANT REVENUE AND EXPENDITURES. APPROVED 8-24-99

3.X.3.

a. DOCUMENT R-99-1587-D

CONTRACT WITH THE FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNITY AFFAIRS THROUGH JUNE 30, 2000, TO RECEIVE $146,862 IN GRANT FUNDS FOR THE PURPOSE OF DEVELOPING A REGIONAL COORDINATED EVACUATION PLAN AND TO ALLOW THE PURCHASE OF EQUIPMENT TO DIRECT EVACUEES THROUGH THE COUNTY. AN IN-KIND MATCH OF $22,184 IS REQUIRED AND WILL BE PROVIDED BY EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT. (SEE R-99-1588-D) APPROVED 8-24-99

b. DOCUMENT R-99-1588-D

SUB-CONTRACT WITH THE FAU/FIU JOINT CENTER OF ENVIRONMENTAL AND URBAN PROBLEMS THROUGH JUNE 30, 2000, FOR $51,682 TO ASSIST THE DIVISION OF EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE REGIONAL COORDINATED EVACUATION PLAN. (SEE R-99-1587-D) APPROVED 8-24-99

c. BUDGET AMENDMENT 99-1206

BUDGET AMENDMENT OF $146,862 IN THE GENERAL FUND RECOGNIZING GRANT REVENUE AND ESTABLISHING BUDGET FOR THE REGIONAL COORDINATED EVACUATION PLAN. (SEE R-99-1587-D) APPROVED 8-24-99

3.Z. RISK MANAGEMENT

3.Z.1.

PROPERTY (BUILDING AND CONTENTS) INSURANCE WITH ARTHUR J. GALLAGHER & CO., FOR $2.117 MILLION FROM OCTOBER 1, 1999, THROUGH SEPTEMBER 30, 2000. (SEE R-97-1177-D) APPROVED 8-24-99

3.Z.2. DOCUMENT R-99-1589-D

AMENDMENT 3 TO THE AGREEMENT WITH ARTHUR J. GALLAGHER & CO., NOT TO EXCEED $1,374,359, FOR RENEWAL OF THE SPECIFIC AND AGGREGATE EXCESS (STOP LOSS) INSURANCE POLICY FROM OCTOBER 1, 1999, THROUGH SEPTEMBER 30, 2000. (AMENDS R-96-1273-D) APPROVED 8-24-99

3.AA. SURFACE TRANSPORTATION

3.AA.1.

a. DOCUMENT R-99-1590-D

FILING OF A GRANT APPLICATION AMENDMENT TO THE COUNTY FISCAL YEAR 1999 FEDERAL TRANSIT ADMINISTRATION GRANT NUMBER (FL90-X371) FOR $264,000 OF CONGESTION MITIGATION AND AIR QUALITY FUNDS FOR PURCHASE AND INSTALLATION OF BIKE RACKS ON PALM TRAN BUSES. NO LOCAL MATCH IS REQUIRED. (AMENDS R-99-301-D) APPROVED 8-24-99

b.

AUTHORIZATION FOR THE STAFF TO EXECUTE AND TRANSMIT ELECTRONICALLY THE BOARD APPROVAL OF THE SECTION 5307 GRANT AMENDMENT AND ANY OTHER RELATED DOCUMENTS TO THE GRANT APPLICATION AMENDMENT TO THE COUNTY FISCAL YEAR 1999 FEDERAL TRANSIT ADMINISTRATION GRANT NUMBER (FL90-X371) FOR $264,000 OF CONGESTION MITIGATION AND AIR QUALITY FUNDS FOR PURCHASE AND INSTALLATION OF BIKE RACKS ON PALM TRAN BUSES. APPROVED 8-24-99

3.AA.2. DELETED

3.BB. TOURIST DEVELOPMENT COUNCIL

3.BB.1. See Item 6.J.2.

3.BB.2. See Item 6.J.3. .

MOTION to approve the Consent Agenda as amended. Motion by Commissioner Marcus, seconded by Commissioner Aaronson, and carried 6-0. Commissioner Masilotti absent.

***** THIS CONCLUDES THE CONSENT AGENDA *****

(CLERK'S NOTE: The Board informally agreed to consider Item 6.G.1.at the beginning of the Regular Agenda. See Pages 59-60.)

4. SPECIAL PRESENTATIONS - 9:30 A.M.

4.A.

PROCLAMATION DECLARING SEPTEMBER 1999 AS LITERACY MONTH. PRESENTED 8-24-99

4.B.

PROCLAMATION DECLARING AUGUST 30, 1999, THROUGH SEPTEMBER 6, 1999, AS FIREFIGHTER APPRECIATION WEEK. PRESENTED 8-24-99

5. PUBLIC HEARINGS - 9:30 A.M.

PROOF OF PUBLICATION. APPROVED 8-24-99

MOTION to receive and file Proofs of Publication Nos. 595077, 604949, 609812, 609853, and 610002. Motion by Commissioner McCarty, seconded by Commissioner Roberts, and carried 6-0. Commissioner Masilotti absent.

5.A. AMENDMENT ROUND 99-2 TRANSMITTAL PUBLIC HEARING - See separate meeting of this date, Item 5.A.

5.B.

a.

CONDUCT A PUBLIC HEARING FOR APPROVAL OF THE USE OF THE UNIFORM METHOD OF COLLECTING NON-AD VALOREM SPECIAL ASSESSMENTS WHICH PROVIDES FOR INCLUSION OF WATER AND STREET IMPROVEMENT PROJECT SPECIAL ASSESSMENTS ON THE TAX BILL. (P.O.P. 604949) APPROVED 8-24-99

b.

ADOPT THE NON-AD VALOREM SPECIAL ASSESSMENT ROLL AND SPECIFY THE UNIT OF MEASUREMENT AND THE AMOUNT OF THE ASSESSMENT. (P.O.P. 604949) APPROVED 8-24-99

MOTION to conduct the public hearing and adopt the non-ad valorem special assessment roll. Motion by Commissioner McCarty and seconded by Commissioner Newell.

PUBLIC COMMENT: None

UPON CALL FOR A VOTE, the motion carried 6-0. Commissioner Masilotti absent.

5.C. DELETED

5.D. DOCUMENT R-99-1591-D

AMENDMENT TO THE TOWN OF LAKE PARK'S EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICE CERTIFICATE OF PUBLIC CONVENIENCE AND NECESSITY FROM PRIMARY ADVANCED LIFE SUPPORT (ALS) PROVIDER TO PRIMARY ALS PROVIDER AND ALS TRANSPORT COMMENCING OCTOBER 1, 1999. (AMENDS R-96-2099-D) (P.O.P. 610002) APPROVED 8-24-99

MOTION to approve the amendment. Motion by Commissioner McCarty and seconded by Commissioner Marcus.

PUBLIC COMMENT: None

UPON CALL FOR A VOTE, the motion carried 6-0. Commissioner Masilotti absent.

5.E.

a. DOCUMENT R-99-1592-D

FISCAL YEAR 2000 LOCAL LAW ENFORCEMENT BLOCK GRANT APPLICATION TOTALING $823,982 IN FEDERAL FUNDS TO PROVIDE LOCAL UNITS OF GOVERNMENT WITH FUNDS TO UNDERWRITE PROJECTS TO REDUCE CRIME AND IMPROVE PUBLIC SAFETY FROM OCTOBER 1, 1999, TO SEPTEMBER 30, 2001. THE COUNTY IS ELIGIBLE TO RECEIVE A DIRECT AWARD OF $823,982 FOR THE FOLLOWING THREE PROPOSALS TOTALING $915,536 (FEDERAL $823,982, LOCAL MATCH $91,554): (1) COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE PROPOSAL OF $375,000 (FEDERAL $337,500, LOCAL MATCH $37,500) TO PROVIDE SECURITY FOR THE JUVENILE ASSESSMENT CENTER; (2) CRIMINAL JUSTICE COMMISSION'S (CJC) PROPOSAL OF $46,819 (FEDERAL $42,137, LOCAL MATCH $4,682) FOR ITS CRIMINAL JUSTICE ANALYST WHO STAFFS THE LAW ENFORCEMENT PLANNING COUNCIL; AND (3) THE CJC'S PROPOSAL OF $493,717 (FEDERAL $444,345, LOCAL MATCH $49,372) FOR ITS COUNTYWIDE PUBLIC SAFETY COMMUNICATIONS PROJECT AND OTHER TOP PRIORITIZED PROJECTS. APPROVED 8-24-99

b.

AUTHORIZATION FOR THE COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR OR HIS DESIGNEE TO EXECUTE ALL RELATED DOCUMENTS ASSOCIATED WITH THE FISCAL YEAR 2000 LOCAL LAW ENFORCEMENT BLOCK GRANT APPLICATION. (SEE R-99-1592-D) APPROVED 8-24-99

MOTION to approve the grant application and authorization for the County Administrator. Motion by Commissioner Aaronson and seconded by Commissioner Roberts.

PUBLIC COMMENT: None

UPON CALL FOR A VOTE, the motion carried 6-0. Commissioner Masilotti absent.

5.F.

RESOLUTION ABANDONING A PORTION OF THE 20-FOOT SERVICE STREET LYING BETWEEN LOTS 52-59 AND LOTS 241 AND 60, AS PLATTED IN KENWOOD, LOCATED ON THE SOUTH SIDE OF CAMBRIDGE STREET APPROXIMATELY 100 FEET WEST OF MILITARY TRAIL, IN ORDER FOR PETITIONER TORONTO INVESTMENTS, LTD., TO UTILIZE THE ABANDONED AREA TO DEVELOP A COMMERCIAL SITE CONDITIONED UPON THE PETITIONER REVISING THE ZONING CONDITION REQUIRING THE CONSTRUCTION OF SPRINGFIELD STREET AND THE RELOCATION OF UTILITY LINES. (P.O.P. 595077)

MOTION to adopt the resolution. Motion by Commissioner Roberts and seconded by Commissioner Marcus.

PUBLIC COMMENT:

Lynda Freeman speaking for Mary Hawkins asked for clarification of conditions placed on the petition, specifically whether the curb going onto Military Trail from Springfield Street would be broken. County Engineer George T. Webb explained that the petitioner had proposed that the abandonment be replaced by a north-south alley farther west of Military Trail. Ms. Freeman expressed concern regarding several back lots off Springfield to which the north-south alleyway would not provide accessibility.

County Administrator Weisman suggested continuing Item 5.F. for 15 minutes to allow Mr. Webb to meet with Ms. Freeman.

SUBSTITUTE MOTION to continue Item 5.F. to the end of Public Hearings. Motion by Commissioner Marcus, seconded by Commissioner Roberts, and carried 6-0. Commissioner Masilotti absent.

(CLERK'S NOTE: For continuation of Item 5.F., see Page 60.)

5.G. DELETED

5.H.

a.

CONDUCT A (TEFRA) PUBLIC HEARING CONCERNING THE ISSUANCE OF UP TO $5 MILLION OF TAX-EXEMPT ADJUSTABLE MODE INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT REVENUE BONDS, SERIES 1999, TO FINANCE THE COST OF ACQUIRING, CONSTRUCTING, AND INSTALLING EDUCATIONAL FACILITIES FOR THE BOCA RATON JEWISH COMMUNITY DAY SCHOOL, INC., DBA HILLEL DAY SCHOOL OF BOCA RATON. NO FISCAL IMPACT. (SEE R-99-1414-D) (P.O.P. 609812) APPROVED 8-24-99

b. RESOLUTION R-99-1593

BOND RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE ISSUANCE OF UP TO $5 MILLION OF TAX-EXEMPT ADJUSTABLE MODE INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT REVENUE BONDS, SERIES 1999, TO FINANCE THE COST OF ACQUIRING, CONSTRUCTING, AND INSTALLING EDUCATIONAL FACILITIES FOR THE BOCA RATON JEWISH COMMUNITY DAY SCHOOL, INC., DBA HILLEL DAY SCHOOL OF BOCA RATON. NO FISCAL IMPACT. (SEE R-99-1414-D) (P.O.P. 609812) ADOPTED 8-24-99

MOTION to conduct the public hearing and adopt the resolution. Motion by Commissioner Marcus and seconded by Commissioner Roberts.

PUBLIC COMMENT: None

UPON CALL FOR A VOTE, the motion carried 6-0. Commissioner Masilotti absent.

5.I.

a.

APPLICATION OF JET AVIATION ASSOCIATES, LTD., FOR THE ISSUANCE OF UP TO $11 MILLION OF PALM BEACH COUNTY AIRPORT REVENUE BONDS TO CONSTRUCT HANGARS AND A MAINTENANCE BUILDING AND TO MAKE RENOVATIONS TO THE MAIN TERMINAL BUILDING USED BY THE BORROWER (JET AVIATION ASSOCIATES, LTD.) IN ITS OPERATIONS LOCATED AT PALM BEACH INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT. (P.O.P. 609853) APPROVED 8-24-99

b.

CONDUCT A (TEFRA) PUBLIC HEARING CONCERNING THE ISSUANCE OF UP TO $11 MILLION OF PALM BEACH COUNTY AIRPORT REVENUE BONDS TO JET AVIATION ASSOCIATES, LTD., (BORROWER) TO CONSTRUCT HANGARS AND A MAINTENANCE BUILDING AND TO MAKE RENOVATIONS TO THE MAIN TERMINAL BUILDING USED BY THE BORROWER (JET AVIATION ASSOCIATES, LTD.) IN ITS OPERATION LOCATED AT PALM BEACH INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT. (P.O.P. 609853) APPROVED 8-24-99

MOTION to approve the application and to conduct the public hearing. Motion by Commissioner Marcus and seconded by Commissioner Aaronson.

PUBLIC COMMENT: None

UPON CALL FOR A VOTE, the motion carried 6-0. Commissioner Masilotti absent.

(CLERK'S NOTE: Commissioner Masilotti joined the meeting.)

6. REGULAR AGENDA

6.G.1.

PRELIMINARY READING AND ADVERTISE FOR PUBLIC HEARING ON SEPTEMBER 28, 1999, AT 9:30 A.M., AN ORDINANCE PROVIDING FOR THE CREATION AND PURPOSE OF THE BOCA WEST FIRE-RESCUE MUNICIPAL SERVICE BENEFIT UNIT (MSBU) FOR THE PROVISION OF ADDITIONAL FIRE-RESCUE SERVICES WITHIN A SPECIFIED PORTION OF UNINCORPORATED PALM BEACH COUNTY WITHIN THE COUNTY'S FIRE-RESCUE MUNICIPAL SERVICE TAXING UNIT; PROVIDING FOR A GOVERNING BODY; PROVIDING THAT THE BOARD IS AUTHORIZED TO LEVY AND COLLECT SPECIAL ASSESSMENTS WITHIN THE BOCA WEST FIRE-RESCUE MSBU; AND PROVIDING FOR THE LEVY AND COLLECTION OF SPECIAL ASSESSMENTS. APPROVED 8-24-99

MOTION to approve the ordinance on preliminary reading and to advertise for public hearing on September 28, 1999, at 9:30 a.m. Motion by Commissioner Aaronson and seconded by Commissioner Marcus.

Commissioner Aaronson noted that the Municipal Service Benefit Unit (MSBU) would enable Fire-Rescue to give better service to the area around Boca West, thereby improving response times and saving lives. He added that the Master Association of Boca West had requested to contract with Fire-Rescue to pay for their own fire-rescue and paramedic service, while continuing to pay the taxes on the Municipal Service Taxing Unit (MSTU), resulting in a benefit to the County at no cost.

Fire-Rescue Administrator Herman W. Brice asserted that the MSBU would have the advantages of relieving other fire stations in the area of a number of calls for service, making response times faster, and helping maintain the Fire-Rescue units that would normally respond in that area.

PUBLIC COMMENT:

President of the Boca West Master Association Jerry Kramer expressed his support of the ordinance and declared that the County has one of the finest rescue services in the country, but noted that the primary response station handling the bulk of calls from the Boca West area had an increase of 18 percent in volume and an increase in response time, as well as an increase in the number of emergency medical calls for the winter season from December 1998 through February 1999, 34 of which were critical emergencies for cardiac, respiratory, or stroke. Executive Director of the Boca West Master Association William Raimond urged the Board's support of the MSBU and brought out that the entire community had been informed of the current response times, all aspects of the MSBU, and the cost to establish and maintain a fire station inside the community. In response to ballots mailed to all residents, the majority voted in favor of the MSBU, he said. President of the Boca West Homeowners Association Carl Parker commented that the 3,000 families represented by him supported the issue and asked for the Board's support.

President of Willowwood Gardens Mort Friedman protested the adoption of the proposed ordinance saying that it would place an unfair tax burden on unit owners with lower assessed values and further depress the already depressed values of those units. President of Willowwood III Condominium Association for Boca West Eugene Friedman expressed his association's opposition to the MSBU, stating that they were opposed to an increase in County taxes unless it were for all taxpayers. Robert Lewis disagreed with the use of a non-ad valorem tax to fund the MSBU.

UPON CALL FOR A VOTE, the motion carried 7-0.

(CLERK'S NOTE: Commissioner Masilotti left the meeting.)

PUBLIC HEARINGS - 9:30 A.M.

5.F. RESOLUTION R-99-1594

(CLERK'S NOTE: For earlier discussion of Item 5.F., see Page 57.)

RESOLUTION ABANDONING A PORTION OF THE 20-FOOT SERVICE STREET LYING BETWEEN LOTS 52-59 AND LOTS 241 AND 60, AS PLATTED IN KENWOOD, LOCATED ON THE SOUTH SIDE OF CAMBRIDGE STREET AND APPROXIMATELY 100 FEET WEST OF MILITARY TRAIL, IN ORDER FOR PETITIONER TORONTO INVESTMENTS, LTD., INC., TO UTILIZE THE ABANDONED AREA TO DEVELOP A COMMERCIAL SITE CONDITIONED UPON THE PETITIONER REVISING THE ZONING CONDITION REQUIRING THE CONSTRUCTION OF SPRINGFIELD STREET AND THE RELOCATION OF UTILITY LINES. (P.O.P. 595077) (RESCINDS R-80-1269) ADOPTED 8-24-99

County Engineer Webb invited a representative of the petitioner to respond to Lynda Freeman's concerns about retaining access between Springfield Street and Congress Avenue and any future consideration of abandoning Springfield Street. Alan J. Ciklin, agent, stated for the record that there was no intention or desire on the part of the petitioner to seek abandonment of Springfield Street. In response to Commissioner Roberts's question whether this satisfied her concerns, Ms. Freeman responded that it did.

Mr. Webb read into the record a letter from Pearl M. Birdsong detailing her opposition to the abandonment contending that it would deprive homeowners of access to their property. Mr. Webb explained that the proposal was simply to close an existing unpaved alley and to relocate a future paved alley farther to the west.

MOTION to adopt the resolution. Motion by Commissioner Roberts, seconded by Commissioner Marcus, and carried 6-0. Commissioner Masilotti absent.

6. REGULAR AGENDA

6.A. ADMINISTRATION

6.A.1.

PRELIMINARY READING AND ADVERTISE FOR PUBLIC HEARING ON SEPTEMBER 28, 1999, AT 9:30 A.M., AN ORDINANCE AMENDING ORDINANCE 92-15 PERTAINING TO DISCHARGE OF FIREARMS AND FIREARM SALES IN THE COUNTY; PROVIDING FOR A MANDATORY WAITING PERIOD. APPROVED 8-24-99

MOTION to approve the preliminary reading and advertise for public hearing on September 28, 1999, at 9:30 a.m. Motion by Commissioner Marcus, seconded by Commissioner Aaronson, and carried 6-0. Commissioner Masilotti absent.

(CLERK'S NOTE: Commissioner Masilotti rejoined the meeting.)

6.A.2.

APPROVAL OF KEISER CAREER INSTITUTE AS THE PROPOSER SELECTED BY THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF THE PALM BEACH COUNTY WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT BOARD, INC./WAGES COALITION ON JULY 15, 1999, TO PROVIDE EMPLOYMENT AND TRAINING UNDER THE JOB TRAINING PARTNERSHIP ACT, PUBLIC LAW 97-300, THE WORKFORCE INVESTMENT ACT OF 1998, PUBLIC LAW 105-220, AND THE STATE WAGES BOARD. APPROVED 8-24-99

MOTION to approve the proposer. Motion by Commissioner Marcus, seconded by Commissioner McCarty, and carried 7-0.

6.A.3. RESOLUTION R-99-1595

RESOLUTION FINDING THAT APPLIED CARD SYSTEMS, INC., BE APPROVED AS A QUALIFIED APPLICANT AND PROVIDING AN APPROPRIATION OF UP TO $500,000 AS LOCAL PARTICIPATION IN THE QUALIFIED TARGET INDUSTRY TAX REFUND PROGRAM PURSUANT TO THE COUNTY JOB GROWTH INCENTIVE (JGI) GRANT PROGRAM TO SUPPORT THE EXPANSION OF ITS BUSINESS OPERATIONS; AND JGI GRANT AGREEMENT WITH APPLIED CARD SYSTEMS, INC., AWARDING $500,000 FROM THE JGI FUND TO SUPPORT THE COMPANY'S EXPANSION PROJECT AND TO REQUIRE THE COMPANY TO CREATE AN ADDITIONAL 1,000 FULL-TIME JOBS IN THE COUNTY, FOR A TERM OF 48 MONTHS COMMENCING AUGUST 24, 1999. ADOPTED 8-24-99

MOTION to adopt the resolution and to approve the agreement. Motion by Commissioner Roberts, seconded by Commissioner Marcus, and carried 7-0.

6.B. PUBLIC AFFAIRS

6.B.1.

REQUEST FOR BOARD DIRECTION REGARDING THE FEDERAL LOBBYIST CONTRACT. DISCUSSED WITH DIRECTION 8-24-99

Staff pointed out that the Board had contracted with the firm of Alcalde & Fay for Federal Government Relations since May 1993 and the current contract with the firm would expire on October 31, 1999.

Commissioner Roberts commented that U.S. Strategies Corporation was a local firm located on Clematis Street with offices as well in Washington, D.C. She stated that the firm was well known for its lobbying and was well-recommended.

MOTION to approve the hiring of U.S. Strategies Corporation as the federal lobbyist. Motion by Commissioner Roberts and seconded by Commissioner McCarty.

Commissioner Lee voiced her concern that no one else was being given an opportunity to make a proposal on the lobbyist contract.

UPON CALL FOR A VOTE, the vote carried 6-1. Commissioner Lee opposed.

(CLERK'S NOTE: Commissioner McCarty left the meeting.)

6.C. CRIMINAL JUSTICE COMMISSION

6.C.1. BUDGET TRANSFER 99-1213

BUDGET TRANSFER OF $8,258 WITHIN THE GENERAL FUND FROM CONTINGENCY RESERVES TO SUPPLEMENT THE BUDGET FOR THE CRIMINAL JUSTICE COMMISSION CONTRACTS/GRANTS COORDINATOR GRANT-FUNDED POSITION. APPROVED 8-24-99

MOTION to approve the budget transfer. Motion by Commissioner Roberts, seconded by Commissioner Masilotti, and carried 6-0. Commissioner McCarty absent.

(CLERK'S NOTE: Document number R-99-1596-D was voided.)

6.D. PALM TRAN

6.D.1. DOCUMENT R-99-1597-D

CONTRACT WITH THE HIP HEALTH PLAN OF FLORIDA TO EXTEND THE CURRENT MEDICAL HEALTH INSURANCE COVERAGE HEALTH MAINTENANCE ORGANIZATION (HMO) FOR 350 PALM TRAN BARGAINING UNIT (UNION) EMPLOYEES FROM JANUARY 1, 2000, THROUGH MAY 31, 2001, AND FOR ALL PALM TRAN EMPLOYEES RETROACTIVE FROM JUNE 1, 1999, THROUGH DECEMBER 31, 1999. APPROVED 8-24-99

MOTION to approve the contract. Motion by Commissioner Masilotti, seconded by Commissioner Roberts, and carried 6-0. Commissioner McCarty absent.

(CLERK'S NOTE: Commissioner McCarty rejoined the meeting.)

6.D.2.

a.

GENERAL BUS SHELTER DESIGN SPECIFICATIONS FOR NEW BUS SHELTERS TO BE INCLUDED IN A REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL TO SOLICIT PROPOSALS FROM PRIVATE COMPANIES TO BUILD AND MAINTAIN BUS SHELTERS. DISCUSSED WITH DIRECTION 8-24-99

b.

INITIATE A NEW REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL PROCESS FOR A 10-YEAR BUS SHELTER CONTRACT TO SOLICIT PROPOSALS FROM PRIVATE COMPANIES TO BUILD AND MAINTAIN BUS SHELTERS. APPROVED AS AMENDED WITH DIRECTION 8-24-99

c.

INCORPORATE AS AN ALTERNATE BID PROPOSAL A NEW BUS BENCH ADVERTISING PROGRAM TO REPLACE THE EXISTING JAYCEE BUS BENCH PROGRAM WHICH WILL EXPIRE ON JUNE 16, 2000. APPROVED AS AMENDED WITH DIRECTION 8-24-99

Commissioner Masilotti suggested eliminating tobacco and alcohol advertisements, as well as any others with objectionable content, on the new bus shelters and benches. Commissioner Roberts agreed and asked for assurance that the restrictions would be included in the Request for Proposal (RFP). Assistant County Administrator Vince Bonvento confirmed their inclusion.

Commissioner Roberts questioned the types of materials used in the design specifications and advised aluminum and glass not be utilized. She also proposed allowing for creativity in the solicited designs.

Commissioner Aaronson recommended that for identification purposes the bus shelters should all be the same, and proposed that non-vagrant bars be considered.

Commissioner McCarty indicated that a requirement for a 24-hour turnaround time for repairs should be included in the RFP. She voiced her main concern that the shelters be built and usable as soon as possible.

Commissioner Marcus agreed that the general design of materials to be used in construction of the bus shelters was too specific and should allow for some creativity.

Commissioner Newell proposed including strong penalties in the contract for such things as placing bus benches along routes not served by Palm Tran and failure to properly maintain the bus shelters and benches. He also suggested that staff be vigorous in its attempts to work closely with the cities and make every effort to coordinate efforts with them.

MOTION to allow staff to make the determination when bidding the Request for Proposal for new bus shelter designs to allow for various types of design, architectural features, and materials, initiate a new Request for Proposal process, and incorporate an Alternate Bid Proposal for a new bus bench advertising program. Motion by Commissioner Masilotti and seconded by Commissioner McCarty.

(CLERKS'S NOTE: Commissioner Newell left the meeting.)

PUBLIC COMMENT:

Susan Stechnij, consultant for transportation disadvantaged people, spoke in favor of more bus shelters, but stressed that where shelters were not feasible, to place bus benches because riders were better off sitting than standing. She recommended having either a shelter or a bench at every other bus stop.

UPON CALL FOR A VOTE, the motion carried 6-0. Commissioner Newell absent.

RECESS

At 11:22 a.m., the Chair declared a recess.

5.A. AMENDMENT ROUND 99-2 TRANSMITTAL PUBLIC HEARING - See separate meeting of this date, Item 5.A.

RECONVENE

At 3:48 p.m., the Board reconvened with Commissioners Lee, McCarty, Marcus, Masilotti, Newell, and Roberts present.

6.E. COUNTY ATTORNEY

6.E.1.

AUTHORIZATION OF OFFERS OF BUSINESS DAMAGES AND OFFERS OF JUDGMENT IN THE EMINENT DOMAIN PROCEEDING FOR THE IMPROVEMENT OF THE INTERSECTION OF BELVEDERE ROAD AND MILITARY TRAIL PROJECT FOR $425,710, INCLUSIVE OF THE CLERK'S REGISTRY DEPOSIT FEES OF $800, AS TO PARCELS 12, 12A, 12B, 13, 13A, 14, 14A, 15, 15A, 18, 18A, 21, 21A, 27, 27A, 28A, 28AB, 29, AND 29A, TO REDUCE THE COST OF ACQUISITION OF PROPERTY FOR ROAD PROJECTS BY LIMITING PROPERTY AND BUSINESS ATTORNEYS' AND EXPERTS' FEES AND COSTS. APPROVED 8-24-99

MOTION to approve the offers. Motion by Commissioner Marcus, seconded by Commissioner Masilotti, and carried 6-0. Commissioner Aaronson absent.

(CLERK'S NOTE: Commissioner Aaronson rejoined the meeting.)

6.E.2.

APPLICATION OF THE HENRY MORRISON FLAGLER MUSEUM FOR THE ISSUANCE OF NOT-TO-EXCEED $7 MILLION OF VARIABLE RATE DEMAND REVENUE BONDS, SERIES 1999, FOR THE HENRY FLAGLER MUSEUM PROJECT TO FINANCE CAPITAL EXPENDITURES FOR INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT. NO FISCAL IMPACT. APPROVED 8-24-99

MOTION to approve the application. Motion by Commissioner Marcus, seconded by Commissioner Masilotti, and carried 7-0.

6.E.3.

a.

SETTLEMENT TOTALING $72,320.59, INCLUSIVE OF ATTORNEY FEES AND COSTS AND THE CLERK'S REGISTRY DEPOSIT FEE OF $100, IN THE EMINENT DOMAIN ACTION STYLED PALM BEACH COUNTY V. HARTSEL ET AL., CASE NO. CL 96-8184-AD FOR ACQUISITION OF PARCELS 8 AND 8C FOR THE DONALD ROSS ROAD FROM PROSPERITY FARMS ROAD TO U.S. 1 PROJECT. APPROVED 8-24-99

b. BUDGET TRANSFER 99-1183

BUDGET TRANSFER OF $53,000 IN THE TRANSPORTATION IMPROVEMENT FUND FROM RESERVES FOR RIGHT-OF-WAY ACQUISITION OF PARCELS 8 AND 8C FOR THE DONALD ROSS ROAD FROM PROSPERITY FARMS ROAD TO U.S. 1 PROJECT. APPROVED 8-24-99

MOTION to approve the settlement and budget transfer. Motion by Commissioner Roberts, seconded by Commissioner Marcus, and carried 7-0.

6.E.4.

SETTLEMENT TOTALING $13,954.25, INCLUSIVE OF ALL FEES AND COSTS, FOR PARCEL 122 FOR THE NORTHLAKE BOULEVARD AND ALTERNATE A1A INTERSECTION IMPROVEMENT PROJECT. APPROVED 8-24-99

MOTION to approve the settlement. Motion by Commissioner Marcus, seconded by Commissioner Roberts, and carried 7-0.

6.E.5. DOCUMENT R-99-1598-D

SETTLEMENT AGREEMENT IN THE RETALIATION AND DISCRIMINATION CASE OF TONEY MASON V. PALM BEACH COUNTY, CASE CL-96-708-AF, FOR $120,000, INCLUDING ATTORNEY FEES AND COSTS. APPROVED 8-24-99

MOTION to approve the settlement agreement. Motion by Commissioner Marcus, seconded by Commissioner Roberts, and carried 7-0.

6.F. COMMUNITY SERVICES

6.F.1.

RECOMMENDATIONS OF THE FINANCIALLY ASSISTED AGENCY SELECTION COMMITTEE FOR FUNDING OF 56 NON-PROFIT AGENCIES FOR $6,303,538 TO PROVIDE VARIOUS SOCIAL SERVICES FROM OCTOBER 1, 1999, THROUGH SEPTEMBER 30, 2000, SUBJECT TO FINAL BUDGET HEARINGS IN SEPTEMBER, 1999. APPROVED 8-24-99

MOTION to approve the recommendations. Motion by Commissioner Marcus and seconded by Commissioner Aaronson.

PUBLIC COMMENT:

Shelley Geohagen, representing the Coalition for Independent Living, thanked the Board and spoke in favor of more funding for non-profit agencies.

UPON CALL FOR A VOTE, the motion carried 7-0.

6.G.1. See Pages 57-58.

6.H. PLANNING, ZONING AND BUILDING

6.H.1.

PRELIMINARY READING AND ADVERTISE FOR PUBLIC HEARING ON OCTOBER 19, 1999, AT 9:30 A.M., AN ORDINANCE AMENDING THE UNIFIED LAND DEVELOPMENT CODE AS ADOPTED BY ORDINANCE 92-20, AS AMENDED; AMENDING ARTICLE 4, DECISION MAKING, ADMINISTRATIVE AND ENFORCEMENT BODIES; AND ARTICLE 14, ENFORCEMENT PROCEEDINGS AND PENALTIES. APPROVED 8-24-99

MOTION to approve the preliminary reading and advertise on October 19, 1999, at 9:30 a.m. Motion by Commissioner Marcus, seconded by Commissioner Roberts, and carried 7-0.

6.I. OFFICE OF FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT AND BUDGET

6.I.1. DELETED

6.J. TOURIST DEVELOPMENT COUNCIL

6.J.1. DOCUMENT R-99-1599-D

AGREEMENT WITH PALM BEACH COUNTY FILM & TELEVISION COMMISSION, INC., FOR $468,100 FROM OCTOBER 1, 1999, THROUGH SEPTEMBER 30, 2000, FOR SERVICES NEEDED TO CARRY OUT THE OBJECTIVES AND PROJECTS OF THE TOURIST DEVELOPMENT PLAN INCLUDING PROVIDING ONE-STOP PERMITTING WITH ALL COUNTY DEPARTMENTS AND MUNICIPALITIES FOR SHOOTING FILM AND TELEVISION PROJECTS ON PUBLIC PROPERTY, MARKETING THE COUNTY AS A DESIRABLE FILM LOCATION, SOLICITING NEW STUDIOS, AND PROVIDING EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS IN FILM FOR AREA HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS. APPROVED 8-24-99

MOTION to approve the agreement. Motion by Commissioner Marcus, seconded by Commissioner Masilotti, and carried 7-0.

6.J.2. DOCUMENT R-99-1600-D

AGREEMENT WITH THE PALM BEACH COUNTY CULTURAL COUNCIL FOR $430,000 FROM OCTOBER 1, 1999, THROUGH SEPTEMBER 30, 2000, FOR SERVICES NEEDED TO ASSIST THE COUNTY IN CARRYING OUT THE OBJECTIVES AND PROJECTS OF THE TOURIST DEVELOPMENT PLAN INCLUDING THE PROMOTION AND MARKETING OF THE ARTS, FESTIVALS, AND OTHER CULTURAL ACTIVITIES. APPROVED 8-24-99

MOTION to approve the agreement. Motion by Commissioner Marcus, seconded by Commissioner Roberts, and carried 7-0.

6.J.3. DOCUMENT R-99-1601-D

AGREEMENT WITH PALM BEACH COUNTY SPORTS COMMISSION, INC., FOR $425,350 FROM OCTOBER 1, 1999, THROUGH SEPTEMBER 30, 2000, FOR SERVICES NEEDED TO ASSIST THE COUNTY IN CARRYING OUT THE OBJECTIVES AND PROJECTS OF THE TOURIST DEVELOPMENT PLAN TO INCLUDE ATTRACTING, PROMOTING, AND MARKETING EXISTING AND NEW SPORTING EVENTS WITHIN THE COUNTY. APPROVED 8-24-99

MOTION to approve the agreement. Motion by Commissioner Marcus, seconded by Commissioner Roberts, and carried 7-0.

6.K. ENVIRONMENTAL RESOURCES MANAGEMENT

PRELIMINARY READING AND ADVERTISE FOR PUBLIC HEARING ON OCTOBER 19, 1999, AT 9:30 A.M., AN ORDINANCE AMENDING THE UNIFIED LAND DEVELOPMENT CODE AS ADOPTED BY ORDINANCE 92-20, AS AMENDED; AMENDING SECTION 14.3, GROUNDWATER AND NATURAL RESOURCES PROTECTION BOARD. APPROVED 8-24-99

MOTION to approve the preliminary reading and advertise for public hearing on October 19, 1999 at 9:30 a.m. Motion by Commissioner Marcus, seconded by Commissioner Roberts, and carried 7-0.

6.L. ENGINEERING AND PUBLIC WORKS

6.L.1.

PRELIMINARY READING AND ADVERTISE FOR PUBLIC HEARING ON SEPTEMBER 28, 1999, AT 9:30 A.M., AN ORDINANCE AMENDING ORDINANCE 85-40, AS AMENDED, ESTABLISHING AN AMENDED FIVE-YEAR ROAD PROGRAM; PROVIDING FOR ADOPTION OF REVISED FIVE-YEAR ROAD PLAN AND REVISED LIST OF PROJECTS, IMPLEMENTATION OF PLAN, MODIFICATION OF PLAN, FUNDING OF OTHER ROADWAY IMPROVEMENTS, AND INTERPRETATION OF EXHIBIT. APPROVED 8-24-99

MOTION to approve the preliminary reading and advertise for public hearing on September 28, 1999, at 9:30 a.m. Motion by Commissioner Marcus, seconded by Commissioner Aaronson, and carried 7-0.

6.M. FACILITIES DEVELOPMENT & OPERATIONS

6.M.1. DOCUMENT R-99-1602-D

AMENDMENT TO LEASE WITH VHS REALTY FOR A TEMPORARY RESCUE STATION IN A RETAIL STRIP CENTER LOCATED AT THE SOUTHWEST CORNER OF CRESTHAVEN BOULEVARD AND MILITARY TRAIL FOR A TERM OF FIVE YEARS COMMENCING UPON ISSUANCE OF A CERTIFICATE OF OCCUPANCY AS WELL AS OTHER TERMS. (AMENDS R-98-1945-D) APPROVED 8-24-99

MOTION to approve the amendment. Motion by Commissioner Roberts, seconded by Commissioner Marcus, and carried 7-0.

6.M.2. DOCUMENT R-99-1603-D

AGREEMENT WITH CHS PROPERTIES (CHS) AND DOROTHY H. WILKEN, CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT, TO HOLD $50,000 IN ESCROW AS SECURITY FOR RESOLUTION OF TITLE ISSUES UNDER THE CONTRACT WITH CHS FOR THE PURCHASE OF 11.963 ACRES LYING WITHIN THE RUNWAY PROTECTION ZONE OF PALM BEACH INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT. (SEE R-99-1417-D) APPROVED 8-24-99

MOTION to approve the agreement. Motion by Commissioner Marcus, seconded by Commissioner Roberts, and carried 7-0.

7. BOARD APPOINTMENTS

7.A. ADMINISTRATION

7.A.1.

APPOINTMENT OF JEANNETTE CORBETT TO THE PALM BEACH COUNTY WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT BOARD, INC./WAGES COALITION THROUGH JANUARY 31, 2003. APPROVED 8-24-99

MOTION to approve the appointment. Motion by Commissioner Marcus, seconded by Commissioner Masilotti, and carried 7-0.

7.A.2.

REAPPOINTMENT OF JUDY MAY WILSON TO THE PALM BEACH COUNTY WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT BOARD, INC./WAGES COALITION THROUGH JULY 31, 2000. APPROVED 8-24-99

MOTION to approve the reappointment. Motion by Commissioner Marcus, seconded by Commissioner Masilotti, and carried 7-0.

7.B. HOUSING AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT

7.B.1. RESOLUTION R-99-1604

 

RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE REAPPOINTMENTS OF WILLIAM G. GRAHAM AND ROBIN LUNN TO THE COMMISSION ON AFFORDABLE HOUSING ADVISORY COMMITTEE FOR A THREE-YEAR TERM THROUGH AUGUST 24, 2002. ADOPTED 8-24-99

MOTION to adopt the resolution. Motion by Commissioner Marcus, seconded by Commissioner Masilotti, and carried 7-0.

7.C. PUBLIC SAFETY

7.C.1.

APPOINTMENT OF MARGE ISADORE TO THE CONSUMER AFFAIRS HEARING BOARD TO FILL A SPECIAL TECHNICAL POSITION FOR AN UNEXPIRED TERM ENDING DECEMBER 31, 1999. APPROVED 8-24-99

MOTION to approve the appointment. Motion by Commissioner Roberts, seconded by Commissioner Marcus, and carried 7-0.

7.D. COMMUNITY SERVICES

7.D.1.

APPOINTMENT OF BARTHELEMY JOSNEL DEMEZIER TO THE PALM BEACH COUNTY HIV COMPREHENSIVE AIDS RESOURCES EMERGENCY (CARE) COUNCIL FROM AUGUST 24, 1999, THROUGH SEPTEMBER 2, 2001. APPROVED 8-24-99

MOTION to approve the appointment. Motion by Commissioner Roberts, seconded by Commissioner Masilotti, and carried 7-0.

7.E. OFFICE OF FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT AND BUDGET

7.E.1.

a.

(1)

REAPPOINTMENT OF CHRIS BROWN, DAVID FARBER, DAVID KEIR, AND SAM MCLENDON TO THE IMPACT FEE REVIEW COMMITTEE AS THE LEAGUE OF CITIES AT-LARGE REPRESENTATIVES. APPROVED 8-24-99

(2)

REAPPOINTMENT OF E. LLWYD ECCLESTONE III, DANIEL LEWIS, F. MARTIN PERRY, AND JOSEPH POLLOCK TO THE IMPACT FEE REVIEW COMMITTEE AS AT-LARGE BUSINESS COMMUNITY REPRESENTATIVES. APPROVED MESSRS. ECCLESTONE, LEWIS, AND PERRY 8-24-99

b.

APPOINTMENT/REAPPOINTMENT OF ARNOLD BROUSSARD; RICHARD W. (CHIP) CARLSON, JR.; JAY HASNER; AND STEVE MICKLEY TO THE IMPACT FEE REVIEW COMMITTEE AS AT-LARGE REPRESENTATIVES. APPROVED MSSRS. BROUSSARD, CARLSON, AND HASNER 8-24-99

MOTION to approve the reappointments of Chris Brown, David Farber, David Keir, and Sam McLendon; reappointments of E. Llwyd Ecclestone III, Daniel Lewis, and F. Martin Perry; and appointments/reappointments of Arnold Broussard, Richard W. (Chip) Carlson, and Jay Hasner. Motion by Commissioner Masilotti, seconded by Commissioner McCarty, and carried 7-0.

7.F. PUBLIC AFFAIRS

7.F.1.

a.

APPOINTMENT OF NELSON E. BAILY, FRANK E. BEHRMAN, NELLIE DENAHAN, LEWIS DOCTOR, BRIAN GLICK, ALAN GRUBOW, CATHY IHO, MOIRA K. LASCH, BILL SCHWARTZ, SCOTT TRAVASOS, AND MICHAEL WRIGHT TO THE SOUTH COUNTY JURY TRIAL FEASIBILITY COMMITTEE. APPROVED 8-24-99

MOTION to approve the appointments. Motion by Commissioner Roberts, seconded by Commissioner McCarty, and carried 7-0.

b.

APPOINTMENT OF FOUR OF THE SIX NOMINEES TO THE SOUTH COUNTY JURY TRIAL FEASIBILITY COMMITTEE AS AT-LARGE MEMBERS FROM THE FOLLOWING LIST: REEVE BRIGHT, ANDREW EDWARDS, SAUL LESSER, HAROLD OSTROW, GEORGE SPITZER, AND JIMMY WEATHERSPOON. APPROVED REEVE BRIGHT, GEORGE SPITZER, AND JIMMY WEATHERSPOON 8-24-99

MOTION to approve the appointments of Reeve Bright, George Spitzer, and Jimmy Weatherspoon. Motion by Commissioner McCarty and seconded by Commissioner Marcus.

Commissioner Aaronson pointed out that since this was a South County issue, the appointees should come from South County. Commissioner Newell said that he would find another representative from South County to be appointed to the committee.

AMENDED MOTION to reserve a slot for a member to be named by Commissioner Newell at a later date. The maker and seconder agreed. Upon call for a vote, the motion carried 7-0.

7.F.2.

a.

APPOINTMENT OF OLGA FIELDS, MIKE KRANZ, MOIRA K. LASCH, JUDGE SANDRA K. MCSORLEY, AND DONIA ROBERTS, AND OF THREE OF THE FOLLOWING FIVE NOMINEES FROM THE MID-WEST COUNTY AREA--LARRY BROWNSTEIN, FRED GORDON, ROLAND GREENSPAN, MATTY MATIOLI, AND ROBERT R. MORRIS--TO THE NORTH AND WEST COUNTY JURY TRIAL FEASIBILITY COMMITTEE. APPROVED OLGA FIELDS, MIKE KRANZ, MOIRA K. LASCH, JUDGE SANDRA K. MCSORLEY, DONIA ROBERTS, AND LARRY BROWNSTEIN, FRED GORDON, AND MATTY MATTIOLI 8-24-99

MOTION to approve the appointments of Olga Fields, Mike Kranz, Moira K. Lasch, Judge Sandra K. McSorley, Donia Roberts, Larry Brownstein, Fred Gordon, and Matty Mattioli. Motion by Commissioner Masilotti, seconded by Commissioner McCarty, and carried 7-0.

b.

APPOINTMENTS OF FOUR OF EIGHT NOMINEES FROM THE NORTH COUNTY AREA TO THE NORTH AND WEST COUNTY JURY TRIAL FEASIBILITY COMMITTEE: THOMAS J. BAIRD, LENORA BUCHANON-HURLEY, DANIEL K. CORBETT, SUSAN DANIELS, GALE M. ENGLISH, ALLEN LAVIN, EMERY J. NEWELL, AND DAVID SELF. APPROVED LENORA BUCHANON-HURLEY, SUSAN DANIELS, ALLEN LAVIN, AND EMERY J. NEWELL 8-24-99

MOTION to appoint Lenora Buchanon-Hurley, Susan Daniels, Allen Lavin, and Emery J. Newell. Motion by Commissioner Marcus and seconded by Commissioner Newell.

Commissioner Lee said she wished to put forward her own nominee for consideration. Commissioner Masilotti offered to relinquish one of his appointments for Commissioner Lee's use.

AMENDED MOTION to reserve a slot for a member to be named by Commissioner Lee at a later date. The maker and seconder agreed. Upon call for a vote, the motion carried 7-0.

7.F.3.

APPOINTMENT OF THREE MEMBERS TO THE COUNTY COMPLETE COUNT 2000 COMMITTEE TO HELP EDUCATE THE PUBLIC ABOUT THE IMPORTANCE OF THE CENSUS AND MOTIVATE PARTICIPATION TO ENSURE THE COUNTY GETS AN ACCURATE CENSUS COUNT: MICHAEL JACKSON, KEN ROETZ, AND BARBARA SPENCE. APPROVED 8-24-99

MOTION to approve the appointments. Motion by Commissioner Marcus, seconded by Commissioner Masilotti, and carried 7-0.

7.G. COMMISSION DISTRICT APPOINTMENTS

7.G.1.

APPOINTMENT OF ELLA GEORGE-BUSETTE TO THE PALM TRAN ACCESSIBILITY ADVISORY BOARD FOR A TWO-YEAR TERM EXPIRING IN FEBRUARY 2001. APPROVED 8-24-99

MOTION to approve the appointment. Motion by Commissioner Roberts, seconded by Commissioner Marcus, and carried 7-0.

7.G.2.

APPOINTMENT OF KERRY SCRIBER TO THE PALM TRAN ACCESSIBILITY ADVISORY BOARD FOR A TWO-YEAR TERM ENDING IN FEBRUARY 2001. APPROVED 8-24-99

MOTION to approve the appointment. Motion by Commissioner Masilotti on behalf of Commissioner Lee, seconded by Commissioner Marcus, and carried 7-0.

8. STAFF COMMENTS

8.A. ADMINISTRATION COMMENTS

8.A.1.

INDIAN TRAIL IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT BOARD DISCUSSION OF UNIT 11. DISCUSSION 8-24-99

County Administrator Weisman informed the Board of County Commissioners (BCC) that the Indian Trail Improvement District Board had met on August 23, 1999, and had continued the discussion of removing County-owned lots from Unit 11 until September 1, 1999, to allow the BCC to discuss the issue. He stated that he would prepare an Agenda item regarding this issue for discussion at the August 31, 1999, BCC meeting.

No backup submitted.

8.A.2.

UPDATE ON RECERTIFICATION OF COUNTY HURRICANE SHELTERS. DISCUSSED WITH DIRECTION 8-24-99

Assistant County Administrator Vince Bonvento said that staff had met with state officials regarding recertification of the County's hurricane shelters, which had been found by the state to be non-compliant with current hurricane shelter guidelines. He noted that the non-compliance issues involved new requirements adopted by the state but said he hoped to have some shelters identified soon as consistent with state guidelines. Mr. Bonvento indicated that a complete status report as well as a resolution requesting state funds for the retrofitting of schools as hurricane shelters to meet state hurricane shelter guidelines would be presented at the Board of County Commissioners meeting on August 31, 1999. Staff was directed to draft a letter to Governor Jeb Bush detailing the County's complaints about the new guidelines, including the timing and the concern it has caused residents.

No backup submitted.

8.B. COUNTY ATTORNEY COMMENTS - None

9. COMMISSIONER COMMENTS

9.A. COMMISSIONER CAROL A. ROBERTS

9.A.1.

COMMISSIONER ROBERTS'S LOBBYING TRIP TO WASHINGTON. DISCUSSED 8-24-99

Commissioner Roberts informed the Board of her upcoming trip to Washington from September 8 through September 10. She explained that she had been asked to lobby on five Countywide issues.

No backup submitted.

9.B. COMMISSIONER TONY MASILOTTI

9.B.1.

SELECTION PROCESS FOR ARCHITECTURAL CONTRACT FOR NEW FACILITY AT PALM BEACH INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT. DISCUSSED 8-24-99

Commissioner Masilotti brought attention to a memorandum that was sent out by staff regarding the selection process for an architectural contract for a new facility at Palm Beach International Airport. The memorandum stated that staff was moving forward unless the Board had any objections. Because the contract is for $11 million, Commissioner Masilotti asked that the selection process be brought before the Board for consideration.

No backup submitted.

9.C. COMMISSIONER WARREN H. NEWELL

9.C.1.

REQUEST FOR USE OF CODE ENFORCEMENT LIEN FEES BY DISTRICTS. DISCUSSED WITH DIRECTION 8-24-99

Commissioner Newell asked the Board's support in using a portion of a payment of $150,000 in code enforcement liens associated with a service station at Hypoluxo Road and Interstate 95 to provide improvements, such as landscaping or street lighting, for the residents of the affected neighborhood to offset some of the negative impact created by the cited facility. He stated there was precedent for this use of code enforcement lien fees, and he proposed coming back to the Board within a few months with more specific suggestions for improvements. Commissioner Roberts commented that she would like to be able to use code enforcement fees in her district as well, but she requested that staff bring the issue back before the Board as an Agenda item for clarification. Commissioner Marcus suggested that staff also identify dollar amounts that would qualify for such a disbursement of funds and budgetary aspects within the general budget. Commissioner Aaronson agreed that discussion was needed regarding the item because everyone who has had a code violation in his or her area has suffered.

No backup submitted.

9.D. COMMISSIONER MARY MCCARTY - None

9.E. COMMISSIONER MAUDE FORD LEE

9.E.1.

HURRICANE SHELTERS. DISCUSSED 8-24-99

Commissioner Lee stated that her major concern had been the update on hurricane shelters.

No backup submitted.

9.F. COMMISSIONER BURT AARONSON

9.F.1.

HURRICANE SHELTERS. DISCUSSED 8-24-99

Commissioner Aaronson reiterated that he was outraged by the actions taken by the state in regard to the certification of the County's hurricane shelters, and he cautioned the Board not to be complacent about the issue.

No backup submitted.

9.G. COMMISSIONER KAREN T. MARCUS

9.G.1.

REQUEST FOR $1,000 FOR FACILITATION SERVICES FOR THE 13TH STREET PROJECT. DISCUSSED 8-24-99

Commissioner Marcus requested that the Board approve $1,000 for facilitation services among the City of Riviera Beach, the Port of Palm Beach, and the County necessary prior to moving forward with the 13th Street construction project. Commissioner McCarty queried whether monies could be designated at the time in light of the policy of the Board not to spend monies under Commissioner Comments.

County Administrator Weisman explained the reasons the expenditure could be approved were that a budget amendment was unnecessary because funds were available for this purpose, and the proposed sessions were intergovernmental coordination meetings for which funds had already been budgeted by the Board. In response to Commissioner Lee's question, Ms. Marcus said that Patricia Bidol had been chosen as facilitator because of her good work and successful history in facilitation, as well as that she had already done facilitation work with Singer Island and Riviera Beach residents. Commissioner Newell requested that an end document stating the conclusions reached in the facilitation sessions be included in the final report. After discussion, the Board reached a consensus to approve the $1,000 payment for the facilitation services.

No backup submitted.

10. ADJOURNMENT

The Chair declared the meeting adjourned at 4:45 p.m.

ATTESTED: APPROVED:

Clerk Chair

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