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Manatee BOCC Agenda Results: 4/23/2013


BRADENTON -- At Tuesday's BOCC Meeting, commissioners had a full plate. County Attorney Bill Clague struggled to convince the board and citizens that there really weren't many changes in the "Wetland Ordinance" revisions, but it was nonetheless important to make them now. Cheri Coryea from Neighborhood Services shared the successes that the Rubonia Civic Center is experiencing in its second try to make things work, and the meeting also included some great citizens' comments.

1. Items Scheduled for Time Certain

36. 1:30 P.M. TIME CERTAIN - ITEM #31 - Ordinance 13-04-Land Development Code Section 719 (Wetlands)

Attachment: Section 719 Wetlands Draft 5.pdf Attachment: Draft Ordinance No. 13-04 - Comparison.pdf Attachment: Copy of Newspaper Advertising.pdf

Changes to Agenda

2. Updates to Agenda


Page 1 of 7Manatee County Government Administrative Center Commission Chambers, First Floor 9:00 a.m. - April 23, 2013

Proclamations (Motion required to adopt proclamations) -- Approved, Unanimous

3. Child Abuse Prevention Month

Attachment: Child Abuse Prevention Month - 04.23.13.pdf -- Manatee County Sheriff Major Connie Shingledecker received the Proclamation. She stated some disturbing statistics. In the state, there are 3,000 to 4,000 calls every year reporting child abuse and in 2011,126  children died from the abuse they were exposed to.     

4. County Government Month

Attachment: County Government Month - 04.23.13.pdf

5. Guardian Ad Litem Volunteer Recognition Month

Attachment: Guardian Ad Litem Proclamation - 04.23.13.pdf

6. National Day of Prayer

Attachment: National Day of Prayer - 04.23.13.pdf

REQUEST BY COMMISSIONERS (Items to be pulled from Consent Agenda) CITIZEN COMMENTS (Consent Agenda Items Only)


Clerk of Circuit Court

7. Clerk's Consent Calendar Attachment: 042313.pdf


8. Dashboard Report for March 2013 Attachment: Mar.2013 dashboards.pdf


9. Renewal of flood insurance for eleven buildings/locations Attachment: MCBOCC 2013 Flood Renewal Summary.pdf

Building and Development Services

10. Deutsche Bank National Trust Co., as and Trustee Under the Pooling and Servicing Agreement Relating to Impac Secured Assets Corp., Mortgage Pass-Through Certificates, Series 2007-3, (fka Valerie L. Stovall and Chad Cothern) Case No. CE2011060044

Attachment: BOCC Attachments 4-23-2013 Deutsche.pdf

Community Services

11. FY12/13 Children's Services Funding Agreement with Sarasota County Health Department * Sikora

Attachment: RLS 12 228 SystemAdvocate.pdf

Attachment: System Advocate. funding agreement. revised.pdf

12. Amendment 1 for the Home Care for the Elderly (HCE) grant funds 12/13

Attachment: budget resolutionhce037dtd042313-HCE Additional.pdf Attachment: hceamendment112113DOC.pdf

13. Amendment 2 for the Community Care for the Elderly (CCE) grant program 12/13

Attachment: budget rescceamend11213036dtd042313-CCE Additional.pdf Attachment: cceamendment21213DOC.pdf

Financial Management

14. Budget Amendment Resolution

Attachment: B-13-045_Resolution_Narrative.pdf

15. Twin Rivers II LC Application for Impact Fee Credit Authorization - CA-07-03(T)

Attachment: Attch 1 Credit Auth CA-07-04-T.pdf Attachment: Attch 2 Final Auth of Credit CA-07-04-T.pdf Attachment: Attch 3 Dev Approval Stipulations.pdf Attachment: Attch 4 Prop Share Calculations.pdf Attachment: Attch 5 Check Copies.pdf

Attachment: Attch 6 IFCR Application.pdf

Attachment: Attch 7 Letter Confirming Creditability.pdf

16. Change Order #3, Construction of Wastewater PS 428 Booster Pump Station (IFB#10-3050-OV)

Attachment: CO.#3WESTRA.PumpStation.3.27.2013.pdf

17. IFB #12-2151-OV, Force Main Replacement Project (1A, 2A and 16A)

Attachment: Recommend to Award and Tabulation 3.18.2013.pdf Attachment: Bonds & Agreement.pdf

Neighborhood Services

18. Affordable Housing Advisory Board Appointments

Manatee County Government Administrative Center Commission Chambers, First Floor 9:00 a.m. - 

Attachment: Res. 13-068 - Appointment - Seat 1,3,5,7,9,11.pdf

Parks and Recreation

19. American Healthways Services Silver Sneakers & Prime Programs at G.T. Bray Recreation Center

Attachment: Silver Sneakers Healthways Agreement.pdf Attachment: RLS 12-301.pdf

Property Management

20. Synovus Bank Easement Purchase at 1912 Fort Hamer Road

Attachment: Ft. Hamer waterline parcel 803 executed contract .pdf Attachment: Parcel #803 Location Map Ft. Hamer waterline project .pdf

21. Rohr Acquisition for 44th Avenue East (30th Street East to 45th Street East) Road Right of Way Improvement Project

Attachment: warranty deed rohr.pdf Attachment: AOE rohr.pdf

Attachment: 44th Ave E Parcel 111 - Rohr.pdf

Public Safety

22. Write Off Uncollectible EMS Ambulance User Fees

Attachment: February 2013 ATT. A and ATT. B.pdf Attachment: February 2013 ATT. C.pdf

23. Homeland Security Grant Program Award

Attachment: Grant Award Letter $14,200.pdf

Attachment: Manatee Co. EM 13DS-97-08-51-01- Agreement.pdf Attachment: B-13-044 04.23.13-Federal Home Land Security Grant - Public Safety.pdf

Attachment: $14,200 Grant Resolution R-13-048.pdf

Public Works

24. "Try Transit Day" with Free Fixed Route Bus Rides

Attachment: Resolution - Try Transit 2013.pdf Attachment: Manatee Transit Poster.pdf

25. Annual FDOT Traffic Signal Maintenance and Compensation Agreement Exhibit "A" Update

Attachment: Email from Florida DOT dated April 1 2013.pdf

Manatee County Government Administrative Center Commission Chambers, First Floor 9:00 a.m. - April 23, 2013

Attachment: Traffic Signal Maintenance and Compensation Agreement Exhibit A for FY2013-14.pdf

26. Annual FDOT Highway Lighting Maintenance and Compensation Agreement Exhibit A Update

Attachment: Email from Florida DOT dated April 8 2013.pdf Attachment: Highway Lighting Maintenance Compensation Agreement Exhibit A for FY 2013-2014 Copies.pdf


27. Southwest Florida Water Management District FY13 Cooperative Funding Agreement

Attachment: SWFWMD Agreement.pdf


28. Motion to approve Consent Agenda -- Approved, Unanimous


1. Loretto Sadkin commented on the 44th avenue extension / 46th Street widening committee, and wanted to know, what was happening? Sadkin said, "What is happening with the emails we have sent, what is happening with the completed comment cards? Please include us on your next agenda." Sadkin said the construction cost has risen 39 percent, and that hers and other concerned groups had the signatures and would bring them to that meeting.


Commissioner DiSabatino made a motion to have the item put on the next agenda, and said that she had been asking for the courtesy for months. Commissioners agreed to a May 21 date and DiSabatino's motion -- Approved, Unanimous

2. Lee Redfern commented on her experience with the county transit system and how getting someone to respond with an answer to where and when she might find a bus is difficult. The replays were patronizing and inadequate. Redfern suggested the commissioners take the bus for two weeks, "See what it is like," then added, "It would never be the same."

3. William Wheeler wanted to discuss the poor excuses the county was giving for not having the proper divide to measure sound pollution. "They told me one cost thousands of dollars. I found an assortment of them for hundreds. Wheeler also referenced Ed Hunzeker's portrayal of his plan, "The property taxes will go up if you don't support the plan. There is no plan B, take this to the people, forget the pie charts and dance lessons."     


CIVIC CENTER AUTHORITY (Robin DiSabatino, Chairman)


CRA Consent Agenda -- Approved, Unanimous

29. Minutes for Approval


CR20121211.pdf Attachment:

CR20121218.pdf Attachment:

CR20130108.pdf Attachment: CR20130226.pdf

30. Soccer Field at Daughtrey Elementary School

Attachment: Pride Park & Daughtrey Elementary Map.pdf -- Approved, Unanimous

PORT AUTHORITY (Carol Whitmore, Chairman)

D. ADVERTISED PUBLIC HEARINGS (Presentations Upon Request) 


31. Ordinance 13-04 - Land Development Code Section 719 (Wetlands) - Bill Clague - Legislative

Attachment: Section 719 Wetlands Draft 5.pdf 

Attachment: Draft Ordinance No. 13-04 - Comparison.pdf 

Attachment: Copy of Newspaper Advertising.pdf -- There was no action scheldued on this item for today, just a presentation and citizen comments. County Attorney Bill Clague walked Commissioners and others through his 58 page presentation, stating frequently how absolutely important it was to go forward with the Ordinance changes, whether the Commission later changes the Comp Plan or not.


A variety of citizen leaders shared their comments to why rushing to rewrite the ordinance was a bad idea. Clague refused to entertain any of their suggestions, warned of lawsuits and reminded the Commission that what they have been doing over the last few years hasn't been in compliance with State Statute. 


Clague said he didn't have any stake in what the commission would finally decide, and repeatedly denied that the changes favored either side of the argument, but sitting in his corner were Carlos Beruff, Pat Neal, and Hugh Maguire. Beruff and Neal are the largest builders in the region and Maguire represents them both, as well as Mosaic mining. The three have had more wetland issues brought before the commission then any other applicants. -- (More on the Story to follow)  


Neighborhood Services

32. Rubonia Community Center Update Attachment: Rubonia Report.pdf -- Neighborhood Services Director, Cheri Coryea, presented an inspirational snap-shot of what has conspired over the last six months at the Rubonia Civic Center.


In the fall of 2012, the center had closed for lack of activity. Coryea accepted the challenge to reorganize the curriculum, invited assorted activities for people of all ages, and brought the attendance up to an encouraging level. Recreation, book club, health seminars and many life skill-set issues have found the center. Coryea suggested taking the momentum through the summer, and petitioned the commission for assistance.


Both Commissioners DiSabatino and Gallen presented motions that would produce the $20,000 needed to carry the program through the summer. At first, there was some resistance by other commissioners, then the motion was amended. The amended motion was to have staff find a way that could produce the funds needed and present a plan within the next three weeks. -- Approved, Unanimous  (Story to Follow) 

Property Management

33. DeSoto Center Water Meter Consolidation Attachment: B-13-046.pdf -- Approved, Unanimous

Public Works

34. Manatee County's Recommended Sarasota-Manatee Metropolitan Planning Organization Project Priorities

Attachment: Table 1.pdf -- No Vote


35. Commissioner Comments

Baugh -- Has anyone looked at Florida Trend? Last month 573 houses were built.


Benac -- I have the MPO Map-21 PDF if anyone wants to look at it.

Gallen -- Barbara Harvey wants to know about transportation for the MTI students. The Agenda comes late on Thursday, is there anyway we could get it sooner so we could have more time to study it?

Bustle -- We should add the Sheriff's report to the Dashboard report.

Chappie -- Excellent event at IMG. What was our final on the Coquina access road, on the bay side?  

DiSabatino -- The six year old that lost his life, is very sad. The question came up in a letter, Mr. Palmer are external audits mandatory? 

Whitmore -- I went to the Homeless Walk-a-thon at Coquina Beach. On Riverview Blvd. and 6600 was an add advertising "renting overnight." We could change the law for the next year. Commissioner Gallen said, "It's not a problem around me. Maybe they are trying to save their house from foreclosure." 



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