District #1

Bob Janes

District #2

Douglas St. Cerny

Chairman

District #3

Ray Judah

 

District #4

Tammy Hall

Vice Chair

District #5

John E. Albion

 

Donald D. Stilwell,

County Manager

 

David M. Owen County Attorney

 

 

September 20, 2005

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PLEASE NOTE:  The Board may take action in its capacity as the Port Authority or Government Leasing Corporation.

COMMISSION CHAMBERS, 2120 MAIN STREET, FORT MYERS, FLORIDA

 

9:30 AM

Invocation:

Pastor Jamie Westlake

Cypress Lake United Methodist Church

 

 

 

 

Pledge of Allegiance

 

 

 

 

Presentations:

CP 1

 

·         

Do The Right Thing Resolution

 

 

(Commissioner St. Cerny-#20051285)

CP 2

 

·         

National Estuaries Day Resolution

 

 

(Commissioner Judah-#20051287)

 

 

 

Recap

 

 

 

Public Comment on the Consent and Administrative Agenda

 

 

 

Consent Agenda:

 

·              

Items to be pulled for discussion by the Board

 

·  

Motion to approve balance of items

 

·  

Consideration of items pulled for discussion

 

 

 

Administrative Agenda

 

 

 

Walk-ons and Carry-overs

 

 

 

Commissioners' Items/Committee Appointments

 

 

 

County Manager Items

 

 

 

County Attorney Items

 

 

PUBLIC AGENDA
September 20, 2005 

9:30 AM

Public Hearings

 

 

PH 1

ACTION REQUESTED/PURPOSE:

Conduct a Public Hearing to adopt a Resolution on Petition to Vacate a 12-foot wide Public Utility Easement located at 4841 Golf Club Ct., North Fort Myers, located off of Orange Grove Blvd., south of Hancock Bridge Pkwy  (Case No. VAC2005-00020).

WHAT ACTION ACCOMPLISHES:

To build an 18,000 square foot commercial building on the combined lots.  The vacation of this easement will not alter existing utility conditions and the easement is not necessary to accommodate any future utility requirements.

MANAGEMENT RECOMMENDATION:

Approve  (S16-T44S-R24E)  (#4)  (#20050948-Development Services)

 

PH 2

ACTION REQUESTED/PURPOSE:

Conduct a Public Hearing to adopt a Resolution on Petition to Vacate all interior 12-foot wide Public Utility Easements located at 4316 Lee Blvd., Lehigh Acres  (Case No. VAC2005-00027).

WHAT ACTION ACCOMPLISHES:

To build a commercial building on the combined lots.  The vacation of this easement will not alter existing utility conditions and the easement is not necessary to accommodate any future utility requirements.

MANAGEMENT RECOMMENDATION:

Approve  (S22-T44S-R27E)  (#5)  (#20051101-Development Services)

 

PH 3

ACTION REQUESTED/PURPOSE:

Conduct a Public Hearing to adopt a Resolution on Petition to Vacate a 12-foot wide Public Utility and Drainage Easement located at 2102 Roosevelt Ave., Alva  (Case No. VAC2005-00031).

WHAT ACTION ACCOMPLISHES:

To build a single-family residence on the combined lots.  The vacation of this easement will not alter existing utility conditions and the easement is not necessary to accommodate any future utility requirements.

MANAGEMENT RECOMMENDATION:

Approve  (S28-T44S-R26E)  (#5)  (#20051152-Development Services)

 

 

Adjourn


CONSENT AGENDA

September 20, 2005

 

1.

COUNTY ADMINISTRATION

 

 

(A)

ACTION REQUESTED/PURPOSE:

Approve an advance of $3,150,000 to the Tax Collector for Ad Valorem commission fees for Fiscal Year 2005-2006 per Florida Statutes 192.102 and 218.36.  In as much as all Excess Fees are payable and due to be returned to the Board of County Commissioners on the 31st day after the close of the fiscal year, the Tax Collector will require operating funds for the months of October and November 2005.

WHAT ACTION ACCOMPLISHES:

Provides operating funds necessary for the first two months of FY 2005-2006 in anticipation of commissions earned from Ad Valorem monies collected and distributed.

MANAGEMENT RECOMMENDATION:

Approve  (#20051253-Budget Services)

 

 

(B)

ACTION REQUESTED/PURPOSE:

Approve budget amendment resolutions, Interfund transfers, and transfers from reserves to incorporate certain unanticipated receipts and appropriations for FY04-05.

WHAT ACTION ACCOMPLISHES:

Allows the execution of Interfund transfers and payments of outstanding debts to vendors.

MANAGEMENT RECOMMENDATION:

Approve  (#20051254-Budget Services)

 

 

(C)

ACTION REQUESTED/PURPOSE:

Approve interfund loan for Transit.  The loan is interest bearing and will be due December 31, 2005, unless retired at an earlier date.

WHAT ACTION ACCOMPLISHES:

Current interfund loans crossing fiscal years must be re-approved, and it extends the time cash can accumulate to pay off the loans.  The Transit loan provides for operating until FDOT reimburses it in December 2005 for 4th quarter expenses.

MANAGEMENT RECOMMENDATION:

Approve  (#20051280-Budget Services)

 

2.

CONSTRUCTION AND DESIGN

 

 

(A)

ACTION REQUESTED/PURPOSE:

Approve the Construction Manager (CM) Agreement under RFQ-05-07 COUNTY-WIDE CONTRACT FOR CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT, for the project known as Central Records Warehouse to Gary Wilkes, Inc., for a total Guaranteed Maximum Price (GMP) of $972,697.00 (includes CM fee of $64,492.00), with a total completion time of six (6) months.  Also request that the Board approve waiving of the formal process (if needed) and authorize the use of the Direct Material Purchase Orders as provided for in the CM agreement with Lee County, which allows the County to purchase directly from suppliers of equipment and/or materials as a cost/time saving measure.  Also approve budget transfer from Capital Improvement Fund Reserves in the amount of $1,400,000 to the Records Warehouse project and amend FY 04-05-08/09 CIP accordingly.  Further authorize Chairman to execute the CM Agreement.

WHAT ACTION ACCOMPLISHES:

Provides Lee County with a Construction Manager for the Central Records Warehouse to include, but not limited to: demolition; mechanical; plumbing; electrical; lighting; structural; exterior painting of the building; data and voice conduits; landscaping and landscape irrigation and sod; asphalt sealing and site lighting.

MANAGEMENT RECOMMENDATION:

Staff Recommends Approval.  (#20051224-Construction & Design)

 

 

(B)

ACTION REQUESTED/PURPOSE:

Approve the Construction Manager (CM) Agreement under RFQ-05-07 COUNTY-WIDE CONTRACT FOR CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT, for the project known as BAY OAKS COMMUNITY CENTER to Gary Wilkes, Inc., for a total Guaranteed Maximum Price (GMP) of $70,112.00 (includes CM fee of $6,374.00), with a total completion time of six (6) months.  Also request that the Board approve waiving of the formal process (if needed) and authorize the use of the Direct Material Purchase Orders as provided for in the CM agreement with Lee County, which allows the County to purchase directly from suppliers of equipment and/or materials as a cost/time saving measure.  This project was anticipated and funds are available within the budget.  Further authorize Chairman to execute the CM Agreement.

WHAT ACTION ACCOMPLISHES:

Provides Lee County with a Construction Manager for the Bay Oaks Community Center to include, but limited to: site, floor, and framing plans, sections, elevations; structural framing; electrical; sod; installation of metal building parts and installation of metal studs and drywall.

MANAGEMENT RECOMMENDATION:

Staff Recommends Approval.  (#20051226-Construction and Design)

 

 

(C)

ACTION REQUESTED/PURPOSE:

Approve First Amendment to lease with Roefsco, Ft. Myers, LLC, a Nevada limited Liability Company, for the addition of 1,568 square feet of space in Suite 400 at the facility located at 2201 Second Street in downtown Ft. Myers.  All terms and conditions of the current lease will remain in place with this addition of space except that the monthly rent amount will change from $5,924.53 to $8,330.56 or  $99,966.72 per year.  This suite is being occupied by Court Administration.  Lease terminates in April of 2008.

WHAT ACTION ACCOMPLISHES:

Allows Court Administration to annex the vacant 1,568 square feet of space contiguous to their current space for needed office space.

MANAGEMENT RECOMMENDATION:

Approve  (#20051277-Facilities Management)

 

3.

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS

 

4.

COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT

 

 

(A)

ACTION REQUESTED/PURPOSE:

Approve an Interlocal Agreement with the City of Bonita Springs for zoning, development review, permitting and enforcement services in the amount of $692,051.  The agreement is for October 1, 2005-September 30, 2006. Authorize the establishment of one (1) Permit Representative position for the Department of Community Development to provide customer service at City of Bonita Springs permit counter.

WHAT ACTION ACCOMPLISHES:

Provides the City of Bonita Springs with certain land use related services until October 2006.

MANAGEMENT RECOMMENDATION:

Approve  (#20051131-Community Development)

 

5.

HUMAN SERVICES

 

6.

INDEPENDENT

 

 

(A)

ACTION REQUESTED/PURPOSE:

Authorize the Division of County Lands to make a binding offer to property owner in the amount of  $51,000 for Parcel 209, Ten Mile Linear Park, Project No. 2001, pursuant to the Purchase Agreement; authorize the Division of County Lands to handle all documentation necessary to complete transaction.

WHAT ACTION ACCOMPLISHES:

Authorizes the making of a binding offer to a property owner prior to initiation of condemnation proceedings.

MANAGEMENT RECOMMENDATION:

Management recommends Board approve the Action Requested.  (#20051111-County Lands)

 

 

(B)

ACTION REQUESTED/PURPOSE:

Adopt a Resolution of Exchange relating to 1) privately owned property located in Section 33, Township 45 South, Range 24 East, and Section 4, Township 46 South, Range 24 East, and 2) County held easements located in Section 33, Township 45 South, Range 24 East, and Section 4, Township 46 South, Range 24 East; authorize Chairman to execute all documents necessary to effectuate the exchange; authorize the Division of County Lands to handle and accept all documentation to complete this transaction.

WHAT ACTION ACCOMPLISHES:

Exchange of County property must be approved by the Board of County Commissioners pursuant to Florida Statute.

MANAGEMENT RECOMMENDATION:

Management recommends Board approve the Action Requested.  (#20051206-County Lands)

 

 

(C)

ACTION REQUESTED/PURPOSE:

Approve Purchase Agreement for acquisition of Parcels A and B, Corkscrew Road Curve Realignment Project in the amount of $322,000; authorize the payment of costs to close and the Division of County Lands to handle all documentation necessary to complete transaction.

WHAT ACTION ACCOMPLISHES:

Acquires property necessary for the realignment of Corkscrew Road Curve and avoids condemnation proceedings.

MANAGEMENT RECOMMENDATION:

Management recommends Board approve the Action Requested.  (#20051218-County Lands)

 

 

(D)

ACTION REQUESTED/PURPOSE:

Approve Purchase Agreement for acquisition of Parcel 323 Three Oaks Parkway South Extension Project No. 4043, in the amount of $229,500; authorize payment of costs to close and the Division of County Lands to handle all documentation necessary to complete transaction.

WHAT ACTION ACCOMPLISHES:

Makes binding offer to property owner.

MANAGEMENT RECOMMENDATION:

Management recommends Board approve the Action Requested  (#20051233-County Lands)

 

 

(E)

ACTION REQUESTED/PURPOSE:

Approve and execute a utility easement to FPL for the Caloosahatchee Regional Park Lodge Project. Authorize Division of County Lands to handle all documentation necessary to complete the transaction.

WHAT ACTION ACCOMPLISHES:

Provides an easement for electric service to the Caloosahatchee Regional Park Lodge.

MANAGEMENT RECOMMENDATION:

Management recommends Board approve the Action Requested  (#20051237-County Lands)

 

 

(F)

ACTION REQUESTED/PURPOSE:

Authorize application to Florida Department of State, Division of Library Information Services for fiscal year 2006 State Aid to Libraries Grant.  State statute requires application by October 1, 2005, to be considered eligible for Chapter 257 funds

WHAT ACTION ACCOMPLISHES:

Allows staff to recommend Lee County to apply for 2005 State Aid to Libraries grant funds

MANAGEMENT RECOMMENDATION:

Recommends approval  (#20051239-Library)

 

 

(G)

ACTION REQUESTED/PURPOSE:

Accept Warranty Deed from JALA GA, LLC, for a turn lane and sidewalk extending into the Del Prado Boulevard right-of-way.  Accept payment from JALA GA, LLC, for costs and closing.

WHAT ACTION ACCOMPLISHES:

Accepts donation of property within the Del Prado Corridor under County control.  Board of County Commissioners accepted Del Prado Boulevard for County maintenance November 30, 1983 in CCMB 139, Page 85.

MANAGEMENT RECOMMENDATION:

Management recommends Board approve the Action Requested.  (#20051248-County Lands)

 

 

(H)

ACTION REQUESTED/PURPOSE:

Accept the donation of a perpetual stormwater drainage easement from a portion of Parcel STRAP 05-46-25-00-01000.5000, (a strip of land north of Alico Road) in Fort Myers, for the Alico Road Widening Project No. 4030; authorize payment of necessary fees to close and the Division of County Lands to handle and accept all documentation necessary to complete the transaction.

WHAT ACTION ACCOMPLISHES:

The Board avoids Eminent Domain.

MANAGEMENT RECOMMENDATION:

Management recommends Board approve the Action Requested  (#20051255-County Lands)

 

 

(I)

ACTION REQUESTED/PURPOSE:

Approve the renewal of Formal Quotation # Q-030763 for the purchase of New Holland OEM Repair Parts from Creel Tractor Co.  Approximate expenditures are $100,000 per year.  The term of this renewal is for two years with the option to renew for another two year period, if in the best interest of Lee County.  Funding will be available from the individual department or division’s budget whom will be responsible for monitoring their individual expenditures.

WHAT ACTION ACCOMPLISHES:

Allows Fleet Management to continue to purchase repair parts in order to maintain the New Holland equipment in the County fleet.

MANAGEMENT RECOMMENDATION:

Approve as stated.  (#20051227-Fleet Management)

 

 

(J)

ACTION REQUESTED/PURPOSE:

Approve waiving of the $50,000 limit reimbursement for the Lee County Spay & Neuter Program and increase Purchase Order #60342 dated 10/1/2004 for BW-05-13 AFFORDABLE SPAY & NEUTER cLINIC to a total Not-to-Exceed amount of $75,000 through the end of the year (12/31/2005).

WHAT ACTION ACCOMPLISHES:

To continue to provide the County with veterinarian services for affordable spay & neuter surgeries.

MANAGEMENT RECOMMENDATION:

Staff recommends approval.  (#20051273-Animal Services)

 

7.

PUBLIC SAFETY

 

 

(A)

ACTION REQUESTED/PURPOSE:

Adopt the annual resolution approving collection of the E 9-1-1 User Fee for recurring operating costs of forty-four (.44) cents from the local exchange telephone subscribers for FY 05-06.  Board approval is required on an annual basis by F.S. 365.171. The telephone company also requires advance notice of any changes in billing rates.

WHAT ACTION ACCOMPLISHES:

Allows the local exchange telephone companies to collect the user fee necessary for the recurring expenses of tariff rates, database and equipment maintenance needed to support the Lee County Enhanced Emergency Telephone Number network which provides for police, fire/rescue and emergency medical services response.

MANAGEMENT RECOMMENDATION:

Staff recommends approval.  (#20051229-E911)

 

 

(B)

ACTION REQUESTED/PURPOSE:

Concur with the ranking of Consultants by the Competitive Negotiations Committee for CN-05-19 GIS MAPPING ESRI UPGRADE, in the following order of ranking, and authorize contract negotiations to commence with the number one ranked firm: (1) GeoComm Inc; (2) Woolpert; (3) PBS & J.

WHAT ACTION ACCOMPLISHES:

Lee County Public Safety 911 Addressing Department currently uses MapInfo with a custom interface called MOM (Map Operations Manager) to maintain the street centerline addressing GIS data.  The developer of MOM will no longer be supporting the interface.  Lee County 911 Addressing seeks options for GIS software upgrades and GPS hardware upgrades that will retain the existing data collection and GIS maintenance functionality of the system as well as meet the conversion requirements of other County PSAP (Public Safety Answering Point) agencies and Lee County GIS.  The upgraded GIS software must be an ESRI platform, which is the County GIS standard, as well as two of the PSAPs (LCSO & Lee Control) having the same Computer Aided Dispatch vendor who is switching from the proprietary GIS platform which was fed from MOM to an ESRI platform.

MANAGEMENT RECOMMENDATION:

Staff recommends approval.  (#20051252-E911)

 

8.

SOLID WASTE-NATURAL RESOURCES

 

 

(A)

ACTION REQUESTED/PURPOSE:

Accept donation of 1996 Action Craft vessel, motor and trailer from U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS) to Lee County Div. Of Natural Resources.  Execute Transfer of Property Form from USFWS.  Declare all equipment surplus property.  Donate same vessel, motor, and trailer from Lee County to Fort Myers Police Department.

WHAT ACTION ACCOMPLISHES:

Donation to Lee County allows the County to repair damage to vessel from Hurricane Charley prior to Fort Myers PD taking possession.  Donations allow an unused patrol vessel to be put back into regular use by a Marine Law Enforcement agency.

MANAGEMENT RECOMMENDATION:

Staff recommends approval.  (#20051249-Natural Resources)

 

 

(B)

ACTION REQUESTED/PURPOSE:

Approve and authorize the Chairman to sign an Interlocal Agreement between Lee County and the NPDES Permit co-permittees (Bay Creek Community Development District, Bayside Improvement Community Development District, Brooks of Bonita Springs Community Development District, City of Bonita Springs, City of Cape Coral, City of Fort Myers, City of Sanibel, East County Water Control District, East Mulloch Water Control District, Florida Department of Transportation, Gateway Services District, River Ridge Community Development District, San Carlos Estates Drainage District, and Town of Fort Myers Beach) providing a mechanism for Lee County and other co-permittees to meet the conditions of Chapter 62-4 F.A.C. for a single invoice and payment mechanism for the annual NPDES Permit #FLS000035 fees.

WHAT ACTION ACCOMPLISHES:

The single invoice and associated payment reduces the total permit fee compared to individual invoices by the permitting agency.

MANAGEMENT RECOMMENDATION:

Staff recommends approval.  (#20051261-Natural Resources)

 

 

(C)

ACTION REQUESTED/PURPOSE:

Approve Change Order No. 2 to Contract No. 2766 (RFP-00-09) for Household Chemical Waste Collection and Disposal Services, to EQ of Florida, Inc. that extends the contract period for two (2) additional years and reduces disposal costs of certain items.

WHAT ACTION ACCOMPLISHES:

Provides continued services for the collection and disposal of these specialty items at a competitive price and with a proven, competent Service Provider.

MANAGEMENT RECOMMENDATION:

Staff recommends approval of the requested motion.  (#20051266-Solid Waste)

 

 

(D)

ACTION REQUESTED/PURPOSE:

Approve award of formal quotation (RFP B&R 2661-M-310) and issuance of a purchase order to Fuel Tech, Inc. the sole-source provider / proposer, meeting all specification requirements for a proprietary Nitrogen Oxide Select Non Catalytic Reduction system including engineering, modeling, and all equipment, in the not to exceed amount of $1,081,000.00 that includes an allowance of $11,000.00 for a performance bond and $67,700.00 for installation, start-up, and training service.

WHAT ACTION ACCOMPLISHES:

Provides the necessary SNCR De-NOx equipment/system for the Waste To Energy Expansion Project.

MANAGEMENT RECOMMENDATION:

Staff recommends approval of this request.  (#20051267-Solid Waste)

 

 

(E)

ACTION REQUESTED/PURPOSE:

Approve a Service Provider Agreement with Keep Lee County Beautiful for Recycling and Solid Waste Community Actions, Promotions, and Education Programs for a one year term with the option to extend the term up to two additional one year periods.  The total amount of direct funding for FY05/06 is not to exceed $89,000.00 and media buys are on a pass through basis with a not to exceed budget of $35,000.00.  Media buys will be directed by the Solid Waste Division.

WHAT ACTION ACCOMPLISHES:

Continues positive public awareness and education programs for proper recycling and solid waste management.

MANAGEMENT RECOMMENDATION:

Approve the requested motion.  (#20051268-Solid Waste)

 

 

(F)

ACTION REQUESTED/PURPOSE:

Award B-05-20 Disaster Debris Monitoring Services, for the Solid Waste Division, to the lowest average bidder, Solid Resources Inc., for the following hourly fees:  Project Manager $95.00/hr; Field Coordinator $80.00/hr; Field Monitoring/Staging Monitor/Crew Leader $40.00/hr; Supervisor $60.00/hr; and Data entry $35.00.  Authorize Chairman to execute the Service Provider Agreement upon completion.

WHAT ACTION ACCOMPLISHES:

Provide assistance to the Lee County Board of County Commissioners by providing Debris Removal Monitoring and Record-keeping services and shall include participation in meetings, workshops, and the establishment of data management and other integrated systems, as specified.

MANAGEMENT RECOMMENDATION:

Staff recommends approval.  (#20051281-Solid Waste)

 

9.

TRANSPORTATION

 

 

(A)

ACTION REQUESTED/PURPOSE:

Approve acceptance of Specific Purpose Survey and Maintenance Affidavits for Captiva Drive between Murmond Lane and Gulf View Subdivision, Plat Book 3, page 8, a distance of 0.74 miles, Sections 26 and 35, Township 45 South, Range 21 East, Captiva Island.

WHAT ACTION ACCOMPLISHES:

Enters into public record the location and width of right-of-way of Captiva Drive at its northern terminus.

MANAGEMENT RECOMMENDATION:

Staff recommends approval.  (#20051204-Transportation)

 

10.

UTILITIES

 

 

(A)

ACTION REQUESTED/PURPOSE:

Approve construction of a water distribution and gravity collection system serving Haitian Road Extension to provide potable water service, fire protection and sanitary sewer service to this proposed industrial development. This is a Developer Contributed asset project located along the north side of Alico Road approximately 2 miles west of I-75.

WHAT ACTION ACCOMPLISHES:

Provides adequate utility infrastructure to support development of the subject property and complies with the Lee County Utilities Operations Manual.

MANAGEMENT RECOMMENDATION:

Approval.  (#20051235-Utilities)

 

 

(B)

ACTION REQUESTED/PURPOSE:

Approve construction of a water distribution and gravity collection system serving Lee Road Extension to provide potable water service, fire protection and sanitary sewer service to this proposed industrial subdivision.  This is a Developer Contributed asset project located on the north side of Alico Road, approximately 1-1/2 miles west of I-75.

WHAT ACTION ACCOMPLISHES:

Provides adequate utility infrastructure to support development of the subject property and complies with the Lee County Utilities Operations Manual.

MANAGEMENT RECOMMENDATION:

Approval.  (#20051236-Utilities)

 

 

(C)

ACTION REQUESTED/PURPOSE:

Approve expenditures that will exceed the County Manager’s approval level of $50,000, for Quote No. Q-020287, Printing and Storage of Forms, for the Utilities Division, to the awarded vendor, Better Business Forms Inc.  This quote was renewed in January 2005 for the final year of the contract period and will terminate on 5/31/06.  The anticipated expenditures for this quote are estimated to be approximately $66,000 on an annual basis.  Funding will come from the individual department’s budget and they will be responsible for monitoring their own expenditures.

WHAT ACTION ACCOMPLISHES:

Allows the Utilities Division to exceed the expenditure level of $50,0000 on an annual basis.

MANAGEMENT RECOMMENDATION:

Department recommends approval.  (#20051250-Utilities)

 

 

(D)

ACTION REQUESTED/PURPOSE:

Approve construction of a force main extension along Three Oaks Parkway to provide sanitary sewer service to serve future development north of Alico Road and the Three Oaks Parkway corridor. This is a Developer contributed asset project located along the east side of Three oaks Parkway from Alico Road south, to Winged Foot Drive.

WHAT ACTION ACCOMPLISHES:

Provides adequate utility infrastructure to support development of the subject properties and complies with the Lee County Utilities Operations Manual.

MANAGEMENT RECOMMENDATION:

Approval.  (#20051257-Utilities)

 

11.

PARKS AND RECREATION

 

12.

COUNTY ATTORNEY

 

 

(A)

ACTION REQUESTED/PURPOSE:

Adopt a resolution extinguishing the Southwest Florida International Airport Development of Regional Impact (DRI) Development Order in accordance with F.S. §163.3177(6)(k).

WHAT ACTION ACCOMPLISHES:

Serves to extinguish the Southwest Florida International Airport (SWFIA) DRI and make the Lee Plan provisions (incorporating the Airport Master Plan) and local zoning resolution the controlling documents with respect to development of the SWFIA.

MANAGEMENT RECOMMENDATION:

Approve  (#20051283-County Attorney)

 

 

(B)

ACTION REQUESTED/PURPOSE:

Direct an ordinance creating the Portico Community Development District to public hearing on October 25, 2005 at 9:30 a.m. or as soon thereafter as possible.

WHAT ACTION ACCOMPLISHES:

Adopts an ordinance to establish the Portico Community Development District pursuant to the petitioned request of Taylor Woodrow Communities at Portico, L.L.C.

MANAGEMENT RECOMMENDATION:

(#20051274-County Attorney)

 

13.

HEARING EXAMINER

 

14.

PORT AUTHORITY

 

15.

CONSTITUTIONAL OFFICERS

 

 

(A)

ACTION REQUESTED/PURPOSE:

Approve disbursements.

WHAT ACTION ACCOMPLISHES:

Florida Statute Chapter 136.06(1) requires that all County disbursements be recorded in the Minutes of the Board.  Compliance with the requirements of FS 136.06(1).

MANAGEMENT RECOMMENDATION:

Approve  (#20051278-Clerk of Court)

 

 

WALK ON AGENDA
September 20, 2005
 

Walk On

 

ACTION REQUESTED/PURPOSE:
Authorize Lee County Sheriff’s Office (LCSO) to submit application requesting funding through Bulletproof Vest Partnership grant issued by the Bureau of Justice Assistance.  Also, sign the Designee Authorization form for the grant file.  Upfront funding from the General Fund in the amount of $61,526.50 is to be reimbursed immediately to the General Fund upon receipt of grant funds by the Sheriff Office.
WHAT ACTION ACCOMPLISHES:
Federal regulations controlling the grant require authorization for application from the Board of County Commissioners. Authorization affords the LCSO the opportunity to procure bullet proof vests with grant funds.
MANAGEMENT RECOMMENDATION:
Approve – (#20051317 – Sheriff)
REASON FOR WALK ON:
Requirement to request funds by September 22, 2005

 

(#2)

Walk On
 

ACTION REQUESTED/PURPOSE:
Authorize Chairman to execute Modification #1 to agreement #05-DS-2N-09-46-01-256 with the Department of Community Affairs to extend the agreement to November 30, 2005.
WHAT ACTION ACCOMPLISHES:
Provides additional time for Lee County to complete RDSTF plans, procedures, SOPs, protocols, assessments, specifications and standards.
MANAGEMENT RECOMMENDATION:
Staff requested extension, and therefore recommends approval.  (#20051322-Emergency management)
REASON FOR WALK ON:
Must be acted upon as soon as possible to meet the time constraints required by the State to extend the agreement.

(#3)

Walk On

 

ACTION REQUESTED/PURPOSE:
Award B-05-21 HURRICANE CHARLEY DEBRIS REMOVAL, for the Division of Natural Resources, to the two (2) lowest responsive, responsible bidders meeting all bidding requirements; Mettauer Environmental Inc (Task 3-$1,760.00, Task 5-$15,740.00 = total $17,500.00), TSI Disaster Services (Task 1-$13,900.00, Task 2-$29,000.00, Task 4-$20,200.00, Task 6-$70,000.00, Task 7-$19,600.00, Task 8-$45,000.00, Task 9-$24,000.00, Task 10-$240,000.00 = total $461,700.00) for the unit costs stipulated on the bid tabulation sheet.  This contract is for a period of seventy-five (75) days for final completion.  Authorize Chairman to execute the Service Provider Agreement upon completion.
WHAT ACTION ACCOMPLISHES:
Contractor will be required to clean up storm induced debris in the designated streams(channel, canal, waterway, etc. areas) by the removal and disposal of trees, logs, stumps, brush, tops, blockages, rubbish, and debris deposited in and adjacent to the channel and other items as specified.
MANAGEMENT RECOMMENDATION:
Staff recommends approval.  (#20051301-Natural Resources)
REASON FOR WALK ON:
Funding received from United States Department of Agriculture Agreement No. 65-4209-4-1630.  Agreement expires on November 30, 2005.  Time is of the essence regarding award and commencement of work

(#4)

Walk On
 

ACTION REQUESTED/PURPOSE: 
This item is in response to the question regarding water quality and toxins in the Caloosahatchee River.  The question to be answered is “what is the responsible and prudent action the County should be undertaking, outside of its utility program, when toxins are detected in river water at levels above that recommended by the World Health Organization as safe.” 
WHAT ACTION ACCOMPLISHES: 
Gives direction to County Departments.
MANAGEMENT RECOMMENDATION: 
Receive information from the County Health Department,  and others, and direct an appropriate subsequent Agenda item should action be warranted. (#20051347 – County Administration)
REASON FOR WALK ON:
Directed by Commissioner Judah and Board on 9/13/05


ADMINISTRATIVE AGENDA

September 20, 2005

 

1.

COUNTY ADMINISTRATION

 

2.

CONSTRUCTION AND DESIGN

 

 

(A)

ACTION REQUESTED/PURPOSE:

Approve Addendum to the Construction Manager Agreement under RFQ-05-07 COUNTY-WIDE CONTRACT FOR CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT, for the project known as Buckingham Community Center Window Replacement, to Karr Group, Inc. d/b/a Casey Construction, for a Guaranteed Maximum Price (GMP) of $99,663.18 (includes CM fee of $9,060.29), with a total completion time of four (4) months.  Also request that the Board approve waiving of the formal process (if needed) and authorize the use of the Direct Material Purchase Orders as provided for in the CM agreement with Lee County, which allows the County to purchase directly from suppliers of equipment and/or materials as a cost/time saving measure.  Also, approve budget transfer from the Historical Building Preservation project in the amount of $19,600.00 to the Buckingham Community Center Window Replacement project and amend FY 04/05 – 08/09 CIP accordingly and authorize the Chairman to execute agreement.  Funds will be available upon execution of the attached budget transfer.

WHAT ACTION ACCOMPLISHES:

Provides Lee County with a Construction Manager for window replacement at the Buckingham Community Center.  Since the building falls under the Historic Preservation Society, all permitting will be under their guidelines via Facilities.

MANAGEMENT RECOMMENDATION:

Approval Recommended.  (#20051245-Facilities Management)

 

3.

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS

 

4.

COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT

 

 

(A)

ACTION REQUESTED/PURPOSE:

Direct proposed Board of County Commission sponsored amendments to the Lee County Comprehensive Plan, the Lee Plan, for the 2005/2006 amendment cycle.  In accordance with Administrative Code 13-6, an affirmative vote of three or more Commissioners is required to authorize Board of County Commission initiated Lee Plan amendments.

WHAT ACTION ACCOMPLISHES:

Authorize staff to begin their analysis and prepare staff reports for Board of County Commission initiated Lee Plan amendments for the 2005/2006 amendment cycle.

MANAGEMENT RECOMMENDATION:

Initiate the 2005/2006 amendment cycle.  (#20051210-Planning)

 

5.

HUMAN SERVICES

 

6.

INDEPENDENT

 

7.

PUBLIC SAFETY

 

8.

SOLID WASTE-NATURAL RESOURCES

 

 

(A)

ACTION REQUESTED/PURPOSE:

Approve Bid Waiver# W-050774 to waive the formal quotation procedure and allow the use of Direct Material Purchase Orders based on Covanta’s competitive procurement process for purchase and delivery of certain reagents (e.g., lime, carbon, ammonia, propane, etc.) used at the WTE facility.

WHAT ACTION ACCOMPLISHES:

Allows Solid Waste/Convata to purchase materials/reagents directly from suppliers as a cost saving measure.  Estimated minimum savings to the County will be $60,000 per year currently, $90,000 per year with the expansion facility on-line.

MANAGEMENT RECOMMENDATION:

Staff recommends approval of requested motion.  (#20051269-Solid Waste)

 

9.

TRANSPORTATION

 

10.

UTILITIES

 

11.

PARKS AND RECREATION

 

12.

COUNTY ATTORNEY

 

13.

HEARING EXAMINER

 

14.

PORT AUTHORITY

 

15.

CONSTITUTIONAL OFFICERS