City of Miami Beach - City Commission Meeting
Commission Chambers, 3rd Floor, City Hall
1700 Convention Center Drive

January 10, 2001

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AFTERACTION

ATTENTION ALL LOBBYISTS

Chapter 2, Article VII, Division 3 of the City Code of Miami Beach entitled "Lobbyists" requires the registration of all lobbyists with the City Clerk prior to engaging in any lobbying activity with the City Commission, any City Board or Committee, or any personnel as defined in the subject Code sections. Copies of the City Code sections on lobbyists laws are available in the City Clerk's office. Questions regarding the provisions of the Ordinance should be directed to the Office of the City Attorney.

CONSENT AGENDA

PA1 Proclamation/J. Gamonet de los Heros, Artistic Contribution to Miami City Ballet.(Kasdin) 1

PA2 Cert. of Apprec/Detective D. McCue & L. Han, Stop Crime Against Elderly. (Garcia)

PA3 Cert. of Apprec/Mark Finnen (Nov.)/Samantha Hester (Dec.) "At Your Service Awards".

PA4 1:15 p.m., Cert.of Appr./E.Weisburd, Particip., Collins Prk Cult.Ctr. Oversight Com. (Liebman)

C2A BA 77-98/99, Furnish/Install Public Safety Vehicle Emergency Equipment, $125,222.28. 3

C2B Re-Issue Invitation to Bid, Install Electrical Interior Signage for Convention Center. 5

C4A Ref: Finance & Citywide Projects Comm., Living Wage Ordinance. (Kasdin) 7

C4B Ref: Neighborhoods Comm., Adoption of Film and Print Policies/Procedures. 17

C4C Ref: Community Affairs Comm., Adoption of Special Events Policies/Procedures. 19

C7A Issue RFQ, Services in Conj. w/ Streetscape Improvements from GO Bond Proj. List. 21

C7B Approp. GO Bond Funds, Construction of Sidewalks on Pinetree Dr. from 46-47 Street. 29

C7C D- Execute Agmt w/ Motorola, Purchase Mobile Computing System for Police Dept. 33

C7D Execute Agmt, Upgrade Siemens Telephone Switches in City Hall & Police Dept. 39

C7E Change Signatures for Fine Arts Accts. from Parks Dept. to Arts, Cult. & Entertain. 45/SM

 

REGULAR AGENDA

R2A Issue PO, Purchase (34) Crown Victorias, (13) Explorers & (1) Expedition, $1,182,310. 47

R5A 10:30 a.m. 2nd Rdg, Revisions to Historic Preservation Ordinance. 5/7 51

R5B 11:00 a.m. 2nd Rdg, Extend Hours of Sale of Beer/Wine Off-Premises Consumption. 59

R5C 11:15 a.m. 2nd Rdg, Amend Ch. 6, Alcoholic Beverages - Age Restrictions. 65/SM

R5D 11:30 a.m. 2nd Rdg, Amend Ord. No. 789, Classified Employees' Salary Ordinance. 75

R5E 1st Rdg., Amend City Manager's & Procurement Dir. Authority to Award Contracts. 83

R5F 1st Rdg., Amend Ch. 106, Provide Parking Rate "Exceptions" for Special Events. 91/SM

R5G 2:00 p.m. 2nd Rdg, Provide Terms/Conditions for Operation of Cable Television. 95

R5H 1st Rdg., Rooftop Additions in Proposed Collins Waterfront Historic District. 5/7 167

R5I 5:00 p.m. 2nd Rdg, Designation of Proposed Collins Waterfront Historic District. 5/7 177

R6A Report: Community Affairs Committee Meeting of Jan. 2, 2001. 207

R6B Verbal Report: Finance & Citywide Projects Committee Meeting of Jan. 3, 2001. 211

R6C Verbal Report: Land Use & Development Committee Meeting of Jan. 8, 2001. 213

R7A 4:30 p.m., Approp. Funds, Develop an Operational Plan for Byron Carlyle Theater. 215/SM

R7B Approve City's 2001 Federal Legislative Agenda. 231

R7C Adopt 2nd Amendment of Police Confiscation Trust Fund for FY 2000/01. 235

R7D Execute Contract w/ Johns Eastern, Services for Self-Insured Workers' Comp. Program. 241

R7E 2:00 p.m., Approve Cable Franchise Agmt w/ Charter Communications. 247

R7F Approp. $4,866,000 for Capital Proj. Plan for Conv. Ctr & TOPA, FY 2001. 293

R9A Board and Committee Appointments. 315

R9A1 Appointment to the Performing Arts Center Trust. 369

R9A2 Appointment to the Convention Ctr Capital Projects Oversight Committee. (Bower) 379

R9A3 Appointment to the G.O. Bond Committee. (Dermer) 381

R9B1 1:30 p.m., Dr. Stanley Sutnick Citizens' Forum. 385

R9B2 5:30 p.m., Dr. Stanley Sutnick Citizens' Forum. 385

R9C Disc. Newspaper Racks. (Liebman) 387

R9D 2:30 p.m., Disc. Miami Beach Botanical Garden Conservancy. (Liebman) 403

R9E 2:30 p.m., Disc. Miami Beach Botanical Garden Conservancy. (Garcia) 409

R9F Disc. Parking for Residents of Vistas Condominium, Belle Isle. (Garcia) 411

REPORTS AND INFORMATIONAL ITEMS

A Parking Status Report. 413

B Report on City Contracts Exceeding $10,000 for Renewal/Extensions in Next 180 Days. 433

C Report re: Interim Rules/Regulations for Beachfront Concessions. 441

REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY ITEMS - 10:00 A.M.

2A Report on Itemized Revenues/Expenditures of RDA for November 2000. 1

2B Monthly Report on Parking Operations, Anchor Shops & Parking, November 2000. 3

2C Georgian Condominium Status Report. 7

3A Execute Mgmt & Leasing Agmt w/ MBCDC, Anchor Shops/Parking Garage. 15/SM

3B Reimburse RDP Royal Palm Partnership, Fund Permit Fees Assessed by City's Depts. 39

 

Call to Order - 9:27 a.m.

Inspirational Message and Pledge of Allegiance

Requests for Additions, Withdrawals, and Deferrals

PA - Presentations and Awards

9:38 am/t1

PA1 Proclamation to be Presented to Jimmy Gamonet de los Heros for his Artistic Contribution and Dedication to Miami City Ballet. (Page 1)

(Requested by Mayor Neisen Kasdin)

ACTION: Deferred.

 

9:38 am/t1

PA2 Certificate of Appreciation to be Presented to Detective David McCue and Lorenzo Han for Helping Stop Crime Against the Elderly.

(Requested by Commissioner Luis R. Garcia, Jr.)

ACTION: Certificates of Appreciation presented.

 

9:38 am/t1

PA3 Certificate of Appreciation to be Presented to Mark Finnen for November 2000 and Samantha Hester for December 2000 for Receiving the "At Your Service Award".

(City Manager's Office)

ACTION: Certificates of Appreciation presented.

 

9:38am/t1

PA4 Certificate of Appreciation to be Presented to Elayne Weisburd for her Efforts and Participation in the Collins Park Cultural Center Oversight Committee.

(Requested by Commissioner Nancy Liebman)

ACTION: Certificate of Appreciation presented.

 

CONSENT AGENDA

9:39 am/t1

ACTION: Motion made by Commissioner Bower to approve the Consent Agenda; seconded by Commissioner Liebman; Voice vote: 7-0.

 

C2 - Competitive Bid Reports

 

C2A Commission Memorandum No. 1-01 (Page 3)

Request for Approval to Issue a Standing Order to Law Enforcement Supply Co., Inc. in the Amount of $125,222.28, Pursuant to City of Miami Beach Bid No.77-98/99 to Furnish and Install Public Safety Vehicle Emergency Equipment.

(Fleet Management)

ACTION: Award authorized. Gus Lopez to issue a Standing Order. Drew Terpak to handle.

 

C2B Commission Memorandum No. 25-01 (Page 5)

Request for Authorization to Reject the Bids Received Pursuant to Invitation to Bid No. 109-99/00 for Fabrication and Installation of Electrical Interior Signage for the Miami Beach Convention Center, and to Re-Issue the Invitation to Bid for Fabrication and Installation of Electrical Interior Signage for the Miami Beach Convention Center.

(Convention Center)

ACTION: Bids rejected. Gus Lopez to notify bidders. Gus Lopez and Mayra Diaz Buttacavoli to re-issue the bid.

 

C4 - Commission Committee Assignments

 

C4A Referral to the Finance and Citywide Projects Committee - Discussion Regarding the Living Wage Ordinance. (Page 7)

(Requested by Mayor Neisen Kasdin)

ACTION: Referred. Patricia Walker to place on agenda with a list of potential service contracts affected by this ordinance with their expiration/renewal dates and a list of effected City employees. Patricia Walker to place on Agenda and Mayra Diaz Buttacavoli to handle.

 

C4B Commission Memorandum No. 2-01 (Page 17)

Referral to the Neighborhoods Committee - Discussion Regarding the Adoption of Film and Print Policies and Procedures.

(Arts, Culture, & Entertainment)

ACTION: Referred. Ronnie Singer to place on the agenda. James Quinlan to handle.

 

C4C Commission Memorandum No. 3-01 (Page 19)

Referral to the Community Affairs Committee - Discussion Regarding the Adoption of Special Events Policies and Procedures.

(Arts, Culture, & Entertainment)

ACTION: Referred. Judy Hoanshelt to place on the agenda. James Quinlan to handle.

 

C7 - Resolutions

C7A Commission Memorandum No. 4-01 (Page 21)

A Resolution Authorizing the Administration to Issue Request for Qualifications (RFQ) No.10-00/01 for Design, and Construction Administration Services in Conjunction with the Streetscape Improvements Outlined in the November 2, 1999 General Obligation (GO) Bond Project List.

(City Manager's Office)

ACTION: Resolution No. 2001-24225 adopted. Gus Lopez to issue RFQ.

City Clerk's Note: Project No. 1: La Gorce, Project No. 2: North Shore, Project No. 3: Biscayne Point

 

C7B Commission Memorandum No. 5-01 (Page 29)

A Resolution Approving and Appropriating the Expenditure of up to $30,000 from the $92 Million General Obligation Bonds, Series 2000, Fund No. 373 (Nautilus Neighborhood Streetscape Funding) to Construct a Sidewalk Along the West Side of Pinetree Drive, from 46th to 47th Street.

(Public Works)

ACTION: Resolution No. 2001-24226 adopted. Matthew Schwartz and Patricia Walker to handle.

 

C7C Commission Memorandum No. 6-01 (Page 33)

A Resolution Authorizing the Mayor and City Clerk to Execute an Agreement Between the City of Miami Beach and the Motorola, as the Top-Ranked Proposer Pursuant to Request for Proposal No. 44-98/99, in an Amount Not to Exceed $390,531, for the Purchase of a Mobile Computing System for the Police Department.

(Police Department)

ACTION: Deferred. Chief Barreto and Kay Randall to handle.

 

C7D Commission Memorandum No. 7-01 (Page 39)

A Resolution Authorizing the Mayor and City Clerk to Execute an Agreement with Siemens Business Communications, in the Amount of $208,993.01, for an Upgrade of the Two (2) Siemens Telephone Switches at City Hall, 1700 Convention Center Drive, and the Police Facility, 1100 Washington Avenue; and Authorizing the Purchase and Installation of a HICOM Domain Modular Server (HDMS) Modular Server to Integrate with the Siemens Telephone Switches within the Police Department.

(Information Technology)

ACTION: Separated for discussion by Luis Garcia. Resolution No. 2001-24227 adopted. Kay Randall to handle.

Motion made by Commissioner Liebman to approve; seconded by Commissioner Bower; voice vote:3-1; Opposed: Commissioner Garcia; Absent: Vice-Mayor Cruz and Commissioners Dermer and Smith.

Commissioner Garcia asked if the consultants for IT reviewed this request. Kay Randall, Director of Information Technology, responded "no", because this is an upgrade to the current telephone system and the upgrade to the hardware and software is essential as the vendor will no longer support the software release currently being used.

Commissioner Garcia asked why internet access has been down. Kay Randall explained that BellSouth, without IT's knowledge, made a change which impacted all City of Miami Beach government users.

Commissioner Garcia stated that the outage impacted the ability of the City to do some of its functions and requested a letter from BellSouth explaining the nature of the problem and why it occurred. Kay Randall to handle.

City Clerk's note: Agreement not included in the agenda.

 

C7E Commission Memorandum No. 30-01 (Page 45)

A Resolution Approving and Authorizing the City Manager, or His Designee, to Change the Signatures for the Fine Arts Checking Account at the Suntrust Bank from the Parks and Recreation Department to the Office of Arts, Culture & Entertainment.

(Arts, Culture & Entertainment)

ACTION: Resolution No. 2001-24228 adopted. James Quinlan to handle.

City Clerk's note: Resolution submitted in Supplemental Material.

End of Consent Agenda

 

REGULAR AGENDA

R2 - Competitive Bid Reports

R2A Commission Memorandum No. 8-01 (Page 47)

Request for Approval to Issue a Purchase Order to Duval Ford, in the Amount of $1,182,310, Pursuant to the Florida Sheriffs Association Bid No.00-08-0905 for the Purchase of Thirty-Four (34) 2001 Ford Crown Victoria Police Pursuit Vehicles, Thirteen (13) 2002 Ford Explorer 4x4 Vehicles, and One (1) 2001 Ford Expedition 4x4.

(Fleet Management)

ACTION: Award approved. Motion made by Commissioner Bower; seconded by Commissioner Garcia; Voice vote: 7-0. Gus Lopez to issue Purchase Orders. Drew Terpak to handle.

City Clerk's note: Heard in conjunction with item R7C.

 

R5 - Ordinances

10:48 am/4279t1

R5A Commission Memorandum No. 9-01 (Page 51)

Ordinance - Revisions to Historic Preservation Ordinance

An Ordinance Amending the Land Development Regulations of the Code of the City of Miami Beach, by Amending Chapter 118, Article X, Division 3, Entitled "Issuance of Certificate of Appropriateness/Certificate to Dig/Certificate of Appropriateness for Demolition" by Amending Section 118-563 to Clarify, Modify and Expand the Review Procedures and Standards for Staff Review of Certificates of Appropriateness, by Amending Chapter 118, Article X, Division 4, Entitled "Designation" by Amending Section 118-593 to Amend the Timeframes for Obtaining a Demolition Permit Pursuant to Historic Designation; Providing for Inclusion in the City Code; Providing for Repealer, Severability and an Effective Date. 10:30 a.m. Second Reading, Public Hearing. (Planning Department) (First Reading December 20, 2000)

ACTION: Public Hearing held. Ordinance Number 2001-3285 adopted as amended by the Administration. Motion made by Commissioner Bower to adopt the Administrations recommendation by adopting section 118-563(d)(1) and refer section 118-593(d) to the Planning Board; seconded by Commissioner Smith; Ballot vote: 6-0; Absent: Commissioner Liebman. Jorge Gomez to revise the ordinance and handle. R. Parcher to forward to Municipal Code. Jorge Gomez to place on the Planning Board agenda.

 

11:02 am/5547t1

R5B Commission Memorandum No. 10-01 (Page 59)

An Ordinance Amending the Code of City of Miami Beach by Amending Chapter 6 Entitled "Alcoholic Beverages", by Amending Section 6-3 Entitled "Hours of Sale" by Extending the Hours of Sale of Off-Premises Alcoholic Beverages from 10 p.m. to 11 p.m.; Providing for Repealer, Severability, Codification, and an Effective Date. 11:00 a.m. Second Reading, Public Hearing

(Planning/Legal)

(First Reading December 20, 2000)

ACTION: Public Hearing held. Ordinance Number 2001-3286 adopted. Motion made by Commissioner Bower; seconded by Vice-Mayor Cruz; Ballot vote: 6-1. Opposed: Mayor Kasdin. R. Parcher to forward to Municipal Code. Al Childress and Chief Barreto to handle.

Handout:

1) Letter to the Miami Beach Commission and City Manager, from Mike Thompson, dated January 8, 2001, RE: R5B and R5C (alcoholic Beverages)

City Clerk's notes: Administration to review of the impact, if any, in six (6) months - see action 11/29/00 R9D.

 

11:17am/216t2

R5C Commission Memorandum No. 11-01 (Page 65)

An Ordinance Amending the Code of the City of Miami Beach, Florida, Amending Chapter 6 Entitled "Alcoholic Beverages", Section 6-5 Entitled Patron Age Restrictions, by Revising the Penalties for Violations of Section 6-5; Providing for Inclusion in the Code of the City of Miami Beach, Florida; Repealer; Severability; and an Effective Date. 11:15 a.m. Second Reading, Public Hearing

(Police Department)

(First Reading December 20, 2000)

ACTION: Public Hearing held. Ordinance Number 2001-3287 adopted as amended. Motion made by Commissioner Liebman; seconded by Commissioner Bower; Ballot vote: 7-0. R. Parcher to forward to Municipal Code. Al Childress and Chief Barreto to handle.

Amendment #1 (See Supplemental Material): Section 6-5 (b) (2) by adding at the end of the first grammatical paragraph: "For purposes of this Section "identification cards" are defined as official federal, state or local government issued identification cards".

Amendment #2: 6-5 (a) (3) "Restaurant as described in subsection (a) (3) above".

Handout:

1) Letter to the Miami Beach Commission and City Manager, from Mike Thompson, dated January 8, 2001, RE: R5B and R5C (alcoholic Beverages)

R5D Commission Memorandum No. 12-01 (Page 75)

An Ordinance Amending Ordinance No. 789, the Classified Employees' Salary Ordinance, for the Classifications in Group V, Being those Classifications Covered by the Government Supervisors Association of Florida, in Accordance with the Negotiated Agreement, Changing the Minimum of the Ranges to Reflect the Current Classification and Pay System, Retroactively, Effective with the First Pay Period Ending in October 2000; Increasing the Minimum and Maximum of the Ranges in 2001 and 2002 in Accordance with the Classification and Pay System; Increasing the Salary of Each Employee, Retroactively, by 2% Effective the First Pay Period Ending in October 2000; Increasing the Salary of Each Employee According to the Consumer Price Index-U (all Urban Consumers) in 2001 and 2002 Effective with the First Pay Period Ending in October 2001 and October 2002, Respectively; with no Employee to Exceed the Maximum of the New Range at any Time; Providing for a Repealer, Severability, Codification and Effective Dates. 11:30 p.m. Second Reading, Public Hearing

(Human Resources)

(First Reading December 20, 2000)

ACTION: Public Hearing held. Ordinance Number 2001-3288 adopted. Motion made by Commissioner Bower; seconded by Commissioner Smith; Ballot vote: 6-0; Absent: Commissioner Liebman. R. Parcher to forward to Municipal Code. T.C. Adderly to handle.

 

9:50am/313t1

R5E Commission Memorandum No. 26-01 (Page 83)

An Ordinance Amending the City Manager's Authority to Award Contracts from $10,000 to $25,000, and the Procurement Director's Authority from $5,000 to $10,000, by Amending Chapter 2 of the Code of the City of Miami Beach Entitled "Administration", by Amending Article VI Thereof Entitled "Procurement", by Amending Division 3 Entitled "Contract Procedures", and Division 4 Entitled "Purchases", by Amending Sections 2-366, 2-367, 2-369, 2-370, 2-395 and 2-396. First Reading

(City Manager's Office)

ACTION: Discussion held. Ordinance approved on first reading. Motion made by Commissioner Bower; seconded by Commissioner Smith; Ballot vote: 7-0; Second Reading and Public Hearing scheduled on January 31, 2001. R. Parcher to notice. Judy Hoanshelt to place on agenda. Gus Lopez to handle.

Commissioner Bower and Commissioner Smith stated that objective purchasing criteria, safeguards and guidelines need to be put into place to insure that purchasing is not arbitrary. Jorge Gonzalez, City Manager, stated that it is the intend of the Administration to have guidelines and they will be communicated to the Commission via an LTC. Gus Lopez to handle.

Commissioner Liebman stated that there needs to be a process for better funding the advertising of City bids. The Commissioner stated that bids are being advertised in only one paper. The Administration needs to find a way to better advertise to get a larger scope of bidders. Gus Lopez to handle.

 

9:55 am/569t1

R5F Commission Memorandum No. 27-01 (Page 91)

An Ordinance Amending Chapter 106 of the Miami Beach City Code Entitled "Traffic and Vehicles" by Amending Article II Thereof Entitled "Metered Parking" by Amending Division I Entitled "Generally", by Amending Section 106-55 to Provide for Parking Rate "Exceptions" for Special Event Parking, Providing for Repealer, Severability, and an Effective Date. First Reading

(Parking Department)

ACTION: Discussion held. Ordinance approved on first reading as amended (See Commissioner Smith's language below). Motion made by Commissioner Bower; seconded by Vice-Mayor Cruz; Ballot vote: 4-3; Opposed: Vice-Mayor Cruz and Commissioners Dermer and Smith. Second Reading and Public Hearing scheduled on January 31, 2001. R. Parcher to notice. Judy Hoanshelt to place on agenda. Saul Frances to handle.

Vice-Mayor Cruz and Commissioner Dermer stated their concerns with increasing the parking rates for residents.

Commissioner Smith stated that the ordinance language under the exceptions section is probably too broad. There is no time limit. An event can go on for a month or two. The scope is too large when you say directly or indirectly serving a special event and recommended the following amendment: 106-55 ( C ) (1) A...municipal parking facilities that will directly or indirectly serve a special event. On second reading Commissioner Smith would also like to see a narrowing of the exceptions. Saul Frances to handle.

Jorge Gonzalez, City Manager, stated that in the past the Administration would set flat rates for special events, however, when the parking rates were codified several months ago [see Ordinance Number 2000-3267], the Administration's authority to set rates for special events was not included in the ordinance. This ordinance gives the authority back to the Administration for setting flat rates for special events.

 

2:37 pm/650t3

R5G Commission Memorandum No. 13-01 (Page 95)

An Ordinance Providing the Terms and Conditions for the Operation of Cable Television Systems and the Application, Procedures and Requirements Relating to the Grant of Franchises for the Construction, Installation, Operation and Maintenance of Cable Television Systems, Equipment and Facilities In, On, Across, Above or that in any Manner whatsoever Use the City's Public Rights of Ways and to Ensure that Use of the City's Public Rights of Way is in the Public Interest and in Conformance with Applicable Law; Providing for Conflicts; Providing for Repeal; Providing for Severability; Providing a Saving Clause; Providing for Codification; and Providing for an Effective Date. 2:00 p.m. Second Reading, Public Hearing

(City Manager's Office)

(First Reading December 20, 2000)

ACTION: Public Hearing held. Ordinance Number 2001-3289 adopted. Motion made by Commissioner Bower; seconded by Commissioner Liebman; Ballot vote: 6-0. Absent: Commissioner Garcia. R. Parcher to forward to Municipal Code. R. Parcher and Larry Levy and to handle.

 

4:53 pm//857t4

R5H Commission Memorandum No. 14-01 (Page 167)

Rooftop Additions in Proposed Collins Waterfront Historic District

An Ordinance Amending Chapter 142 of the Miami Beach City Code Entitled "Zoning Districts and Regulations" by Amending Section 142-1161 Thereof Entitled "Height Regulation Exceptions" by Modifying the Prohibition of Rooftop Additions of More than One Story in the Collins Waterfront Historic District; Providing for Codification, Repealer, Severability, and an Effective Date. First Reading

(Planning Department)

ACTION: Discussion held. Ordinance approved on first reading as amended by the Administration's recommendation. Motion made by Commissioner Garcia; seconded by Commissioner Liebman; Ballot vote: 6-0; Absent: Commissioner Bower. Second Reading and Public Hearing scheduled on January 31, 2001. R. Parcher to notice. Judy Hoanshelt to place on agenda. Jorge Gomez to handle.

Amendment #1. Specific design guidelines to apply to all rooftop additions; #2. No variance provision from the underlying height restriction; and #3. Clarify the formula which applies to the number of stories of the underlying structure.

 

9:39 am/t1/1988t4

R5I Commission Memorandum No. 15-01 (Page 177)

Designation of Proposed John S. Collins Waterfront Historic District

An Ordinance Amending Subpart B of the Land Development Regulations of the City Code; Amending Chapter 118, Entitled "Administration and Review Procedures"; Amending Article X, Entitled "Historic Preservation"; Amending Division 4, Entitled "Designation"; Amending Section 118-593, Entitled "Historic Preservation Designation"; Amending Subsection 118-593(e), Entitled "Delineation on Zoning Map" by Designating the Collins Waterfront Historic District, Consisting of a Certain Area which is Bounded on the East by the Erosion Control Line of the Atlantic Ocean Between 22nd Street and the Approved Relocation of 44th Street; on the North by the Approved Relocation of 44th Street from the Erosion Control Line of the Atlantic Ocean to the West Bank of Indian Creek; on the West by the West Bank of Indian Creek from the Approved Relocation of 44th Street to the Extended Centerline of 25th Street; Then the Boundary Runs Westward along the Extended Centerline of 25th Street from the West Bank of Lake Pancoast to Pinetree Drive; then Extends along the Centerline of Pinetree Drive from 25th Street to 23rd Street (Excluding the 23rd Street Bridge over the Collins Canal); and then Eastward Along the Northeastern Boundary of the National Register Architectural District from 23rd Street and Partly 22nd Street to the Erosion Control Line of the Atlantic Ocean, as More Particularly Described Herein; Providing That the City's Zoning Map Shall Be Amended to Include the Collins Waterfront Historic District; Adopting the Designation Report Attached Hereto as Appendix "A"; Providing for Inclusion in the Land Development Regulations of the City Code, Repealer, Severability, and an Effective Date. 5:00 p.m. Second Reading, Public Hearing

(Planning Department)

(Continued from November 29, 2000)

ACTION: Motion made by Commissioner Garcia to Open and Continue to January 31 at 5:00 p.m.; seconded by Commissioner Smith; Voice vote: 6-0; Absent: Commissioner Bower. Judy Hoanshelt to place on agenda. Jorge Gomez to handle.

 

R6 - Commission Committee Reports

11:00 am.

R6A Commission Memorandum No. 16-01 (Page 207)

Report of the Community Affairs Committee Meeting of January 2, 2001: 1) Request from North Beach Development Corporation to Honor Marvin Green; 2) Proposal to Rename the Newly Reconstructed Meridian Avenue Bridge.

Verbal report given by Commission Bower.

Report accepted. Motion made by Commissioner Bower; seconded by Commissioner Smith; Voice vote: 7-0.

Item 1: Referred to Art in Public Places Committee. James Quinlan to place on committee agenda.

Item 2: Approved renaming the newly reconstructed Meridian Avenue Bridge to Holocaust Memorial Bridge. The City Attorney's office to review current City Code and amend if necessary.

 

11:08am/6119t1

R6B Verbal Report of the Finance and Citywide Projects Committee Meeting of January 3, 2001: 1) Discussion Regarding Funding for Lincoln Road Marketing, Inc.; 2) Discussion Regarding City's Role in Facilitating the Underground Conversion of Neighborhood Utilities; 3) Discussion of the Proposed Interlocal Agreement with Miami-Dade County Regarding Convention Development Tax; 4) Discussion of a Funding Source for the Implementation of Improvements to the Community Trash and Recycling; 5) North Shore Park. (Page 211)

Verbal report given by Vice-Mayor Cruz. Report accepted. Motion made by Commissioner Smith; seconded by Commissioner Bower; Voice vote: 7-0.

Item # 1: See written report.

Item # 2: The Committee recommended that the Administration contact various lending institutions regarding a financing structure for the project and report back to the Committee in 30 days. Patricia Walker handle. Patricia Walker and Vice-Mayor Cruz to meeting.

Item # 3: See written report.

Item # 4: The Committee recommended the approval of a loan from the General Fund's undesignated fund balance to the Sanitation Enterprise Fund, subject to the establishment of a mechanism whereby reimbursement to the General Fund will occur as funds are available from the Sanitation Enterprise Fund.

Commissioner Garcia stated that anything having to do with the stash site should include the area residents.

Commissioners Bower and Garcia stated that once the design team for the stash site is in place to get the residents involved. Matthew Schwartz to handle.

Commissioner Garcia stated that a workshop should be scheduled with the neighbors to insure their involvement and participation. Matthew Schwartz to handle.

Handout:

1. Written Report of the meeting.

 

11:21am/431t2

R6C Verbal Report of the Land Use and Development Committee Meeting of January 8, 2001: 1)

Discussion on the Beachfront Prototype Restroom/Concession Facility; 2) Discussion to Have the Administration Develop a Designated Route for Tour Buses which would Exclude Residential Neighborhoods. (Page 213)

Verbal report given by Commissioner Liebman. Report accepted. Motion made by Commissioner Bower; seconded by Commissioner Liebman; Voice vote: 6-0. Absent: Vice-Mayor Cruz.

Item 1: Committee deferred this item.

Item 2: Item #2 as identified on the agenda title above was not on the Committee Agenda.

Item 2 (written report): Discussion regarding Lincoln Road Street End Development (Decoplage) - Action: item deferred with the applicant to explore alternate solutions with the Administration. Commissioner Bower appointed as liaison to the Committee. Applicant shall obtain a resolution from of the Condominium Association of Decoplage in support of the request.

Handout:

1. Written report of the meeting.

R7 - Resolutions

4:40pm/10t4

R7A Commission Memorandum No. 17-01 (Page 215)

A Resolution Appropriating 10% of the $1.7 Million Purchase Price, or $170,000, from the General Fund Undesignated Fund Balance to be Deposited in Escrow Pursuant to the Contract for Sale and Purchase Between Theatre Realty, Inc. and the City of Miami Beach for the Acquisition of the Byron Carlyle Theater as Authorized by the City Commission on November 29, 2000; Further Allocating Not to Exceed $20,000 from the General Fund Operating Contingency to Conduct Preliminary Site Assessment and Surveys and to Engage a Consultant to Develop an Operational Plan for the Byron Carlyle Theater.

(City Manager's Office)

ACTION: Resolution No. 2001-24229 adopted. Motion made by Commissioner Liebman; seconded by Commissioner Smith; Voice vote: 5-0; Absent: Commissioner Bower; Abstained: Vice-Mayor Cruz. Christina Cuervo and Patricia Walker to handle. Judy Hoanshelt to place on February 21 agenda.

Commissioner Liebman stated on that at the February 21 Commission Meeting this item will be presented again and at that time the artists and residents of North Beach may participate.

Commissioner Smith commended the Administration and Legal Department for doing a good job.

City Clerk's note: See Supplemental Material for the resolution.

Handout:

1. Form 8B filed by Vice-Mayor Cruz

2. Information sheet on the Byron Carlyle Theater

 

10:10am/1516t1

R7B Commission Memorandum No. 18-01 (Page 231)

A Resolution Approving the City's 2001 Federal Legislative Agenda.

(Community/Economic Development)

ACTION: Resolution No. 2001-24230 adopted 2001 Federal Agenda Amended by adding arts, waterway cleanup, and leverage for GO Bonds and public works projects to the list. Motion made by Commissioner Bower; seconded by Vice-Mayor Cruz; Voice vote: 7-0. Christina Cuervo to handle.

The Jorge Gonzalez, City Manager, stated that the Administration is seeking additional arts funding through the National Endowment of the Arts.

Commissioner Liebman read information into the record dealing with cultural arts initiatives. See Handouts.

Commissioner Dermer expressed his interest in seeking grants for the cleaning of the waterways and establishing good communications with the lobbyists in Washington regarding the GO Bond.

Commissioner Bower expressed that residents have complained about maintenance of the waterways and canals. The amendment should specify the funding of the arts, waterway cleanup, and leverage for GO Bonds and public works projects.

Handout:

1. Document read into the record by Commissioner Liebman regarding Cultural Arts Initiatives

City Clerk's note: Cross reference: Jorden Burt

 

9:49 am/t1217

R7C Commission Memorandum No. 19-01 (Page 235)

A Resolution Adopting the Second Amendment to the Police Confiscation Trust Fund for Fiscal Year 2000/01, in the Amount of $853,021, to be Funded from the Proceeds of State ($811,979) and Federal-Justice ($41,042) Confiscated Funds.

(Police Department)

ACTION: Resolution No. 2001-24231 adopted. Motion made by Commissioner Bower; seconded by Commissioner Garcia; Voice vote: 7-0. Patricia Walker and Chief Barreto to handle.

City Clerk's note: heard in conjunction with R2A.

 

10:09am/1362t1

R7D Commission Memorandum No. 20-01 (Page 241)

A Resolution Accepting the Ranking of the Proposals Received and Authorizing the Administration to Enter into Negotiations and, if Successful, Authorizing the Mayor and City Clerk to Execute a Contract with the Number-one Ranked Firm, Johns Eastern Co., Pursuant to Request for Proposals (RFP) No. 145-99/00 for Claim Administration Services for the City of Miami Beach Self-Insured Workers' Compensation Program with an Estimated Annual Fee for the First Two Years in the Amount of $265,315, to be Increased by a Maximum Not to Exceed Seven Percent (7%) for Years Three and Four, Respectively; Should the Administration be Unable to Reach Agreement with Johns Eastern Co., Authorizing the Administration to Enter into Negotiations with the Number-Two Ranked Firm, JLT Insurance Services, and if Unsuccessful, Authorizing the Administration to Enter into Negotiations with the Number-Three Ranked Firm, Multi-Line Claims Service.

(Risk Management)

ACTION: Resolution No. 2001-24232 adopted. Motion made by Commissioner Bower; seconded by Commissioner Garcia; Voice vote: 7-0. Cliff Leonard to handle.

 

R7E Commission Memorandum No. 21-01 (Page 247)

A Resolution Approving a Cable Television Franchise Agreement with Interlink Communications Partners, LLC D/B/A Charter Communications, Inc; and Providing an Effective Date.

(City Manager's Office)

ACTION: Resolution No. 2001-24233 adopted - Agreement amended. Motion made by Commissioner Bower; seconded by Commissioner Liebman; Voice vote: 6-0. Absent: Commissioner Garcia. Larry Levy and R. Parcher to handle.

Section 16 (b) (5) change ($175,000) to ($75,000) and strike out the word "annual" in the same sentence.

Add this following language to the end of this section: "Provided however that in the event any state or federal statute, law, or regulation is adopted which would have the effect of prohibiting the aforesaid payment of $75,000 on the 5th anniversary of this Franchise Agreement, said amount shall be accelerated and shall become immediately due and payable to the City on a business day immediately preceding the effective day of such statute, law, or regulation.".

 

10:21 am/2256t1

R7F Commission Memorandum No. 22-01 (Page 293)

A Resolution Authorizing and Approving the Appropriation of $4,866,000 for the Capital Projects Plan for the Miami Beach Convention Center and Jackie Gleason Theater of the Performing Arts, for the Fiscal Year Ending September 30, 2001, from the Convention Center Enterprise Fund Number 441 ($35 Million County Interlocal Agreement).

(Convention Center)

ACTION: Resolution No. 2001-24234 adopted, with Commissioner Garcia voted to be the City Commission's liaison to the committee and the Administration to develop a plan to find alternative funding other than the interest on the $10 million. Motion made by Commissioner Bower; seconded by Commission Liebman; voice vote: 7-0.

Commissioner Garcia stated that there needs to be scheduled reports provided to the City Commission on the status of Convention Center projects and also stated that he would like to work with the liaison of the Convention Center Capital Projects Oversight Committee. He complimented Doug Tober on expediting a report he had requested over a year ago from another member of the SMG.

Commissioner Dermer expressed it would be a good idea to add a Commission liaison to the committee. Motion to appoint Commissioner Garcia made by Commissioner Dermer; seconded by Commissioner Bower; No vote taken. See main motion.

Commissioner Liebman expressed, for the record, that she wanted reassurance that the $10 million dollar set aside for the Cultural Arts Council wouldn't be touched until the 5 years has been completed which is sometime in 2002.

Jorge Gonzalez, City Manager, clarified that the Administration would not be touching the $10 million until, as projected, possibly late 2002 which is about where the 5 year commitment ends. He clarified that the $10 million is not the Cultural Arts Council (CAC) money and is intended for capital improvements to the Convention Center. The interest drawn on the $10 million is being used to fund the CAC. The Administration is trying to develop a plan to find alternative funding other than the interest.

Commissioner Bower stated that she has been asking the CAC for their future funding plan once the $10 million has been spent and requested a future agenda item on this subject.

Commissioner Liebman stated that as bids come in that the expenditures from the $35 million be reported so that when the $24 million is reached, it will trigger some action.

Commissioner Bower expressed her satisfaction with the City Manager because as questions are asked, he addresses the answer to the entire Commission.

Vice-Mayor Cruz stated that the Cultural Arts Council needs to inform the Commission of the endowment process and their plan on how their funding will be replaced.

Handout:

1. Draft Capital Projects Recap report prepared by Doug Tober 1/9/2001

 

City Clerk's note: A copy of the Thompson, Ventulett, Stainback and Associates, Inc. Long term Capital Improvement Plan for the Miami Beach Convention Center and Jackie Gleason Theater submitted on September 17, 1997 is included in the Agenda package.

 

R9 - New Business and Commission Requests

3:31 pm

R9A Commission Memorandum No. 23-01 (Page 315)

Board and Committee Appointments.

(City Clerk's Office)

Beach Preservation Committee:

Christian Folland term expires 12/31/2002 appointed by Commissioner Bower

Committee for Quality Education in Miami Beach:

The new representative from Biscayne Elementary is Maria Fernandez replacing Deborah Ruggiero who resigned.

Convention Center Advisory Board:

Carol Taran term expires 12/31/2001 appointed by Commissioner Garcia

Convention Center Capital Project Oversight Committee:

Leon Manne term expires 12/31/2001 appointed by Commissioner Smith

Police/Citizen Relations Committee:

Alberto Mutar term expires 12/31/2001 appointed by Commissioner Smith

(note - replacing Robert Yaffe)

Claire Warren term expires 12/31/2001 appointed by Commissioner Bower

Commission of the Status of Women:

Dale Gratz term expires 12/31/2001 appointed by Commissioner Smith

(note - vacant position)

Fine Arts Board:

Dena Stewart term expires 12/31/2001 appointed by Commissioner Garcia

10:17 am/2230 and 3:35 pm

R9A1 Appointment to the Performing Arts Center Trust. (Page 369)

(City Clerk's Office)

ACTION: Item deferred to the afternoon in order to give the Legal Department time to research if more than one Miami Beach City Commissioner can be a member of this board at the same time.

3:35 pm

Murray Dubbin, City Attorney, opined that more than one Miami Beach City Commissioner can be a member of this board at the same time.

Commissioner Bower was nominated by Vice-Mayor Cruz

Commissioner Liebman nominated Helen Kohen and Bruce Davidson

Vote #1:

Ballot vote: 4 for Commissioner Bower, 4 for Helen Kohen, and 4 for Bruce Davidson

Vote # 2:

Ballot vote: 4 for Commissioner Bower, 3 for Helen Kohen, and 5 for Bruce Davidson.

Commissioner Bower and Bruce Davidson are the new members. R. Parcher to transmit the results to the Performing Arts Center of Greater Miami.

Handout:

1. Ballots #1 and #2

 

R9A2 Appointment of Randy Hilliard to the Convention Center Capitol Projects Oversight Committee. (Page 379)

(Requested by Commissioner Matti Herrera Bower)

ACTION: Deferred to January 31 by Commissioner Bower. In recommending her direct appointment of Randy Hilliard to the above committee, Commissioner Bower requested to appoint him via Section 2-22 (4) - Exception. This is necessary because according to the legal opinion issued by Murray Dubbin, City Attorney, Randy Hilliard does not meet the provisions of Section 2-22(4). Mr. Hilliard to meet with Mayor and Commissioners. Judy Hoanshelt to place on agenda.

Handout:

1. Letter from Murray Dubbin, City Attorney, and Raul Aguila, First Assistant City Attorney, to Jorge M. Gonzalez, dated August 30, 2000, RE: Is Randy Hilliard's appointment to the Convention Center Oversight Committee appropriate?

 

11:01am/5386t1

R9A3 Appointment of Herb Sosa to the G.O. Bond Committee as South Beach Area Representative. (Page 381)

(Requested by Commissioner David Dermer)

ACTION: Motion made by Commissioner Dermer to appoint Herb Sosa; seconded by Commissioner Bower; Voice vote: 6-0; Absent: Commissioner Liebman. Matthew Schwartz and R. Parcher to handle.

Handout:

1. Memorandum from Murray Dubbin, City Attorney, to Mayor Kasdin and Members of the City Commission, dated December 27, 2000, RE: Appointment of Herb Sosa to the G.O. Bond Oversight Committee

 

2:34 pm

R9B(1) Dr. Stanley Sutnick Citizen's Forum. (1:30 p.m.) (Page 385)

ACTION:

1) Elizabeth Donnelly spoke about 1) The current system of Miami-Dade County government should be abolished and Miami Beach should become Metro; 2) It is a conflict of interest for a Commissioner to be a member of a homeowner's association and be in the G O Bond Committee asking for money for his neighborhood.

2) Gil Zriny spoke about Election reforms. He stated that the seals on the ballot boxes are allowed to be broken and ballot remove for processing at the voting precinct and than placed in transport cases. Ballots are transported to Miami-Dade County Elections Department via private vehicles or police cars. The pollwatchers should be able to watch the ballot from the moment they go in the box until they are counted. He wants this City Commission to initiate election reform in the State of Florida through the City's State lobbyist.

3) Bea Kalstein (Commissioner Dermer commended Bea because she has been complaining about the election process for years.) 1) We need to clean up the system for this $90M Bond. 2) The commissioners speak about the quality of life but for the genuine things such as making sure that people pay their licenses and zoning issues they do not care. They are not considerate of the people when they say they are resuming the afternoon session of the City Commission at 2:00 and don't get back until 2:30 p.m. 3) All committee meetings should be taped for anyone to listen to them. Members of committees are depending on the evaluation by their aides that "stand-in" for the commissioners at those meetings. If they do not attend the meeting they could listen to the tape.

4 Stanley Shapiro spoke about Miami Beach being a sobered city over the New Years festivities and the exposure Miami Beach received as a result of the Orange Bowl activities. He commended Claire Tomlin's work related to the Garden Conservatory. He complimented Commissioner Dermer's involvement with the GO Bond. He also spoke about the story in the Miami Herald about the elderly man and how his oxygen tank was left behind. The City Manager was at that building at 11:30 p.m. and the elderly man was treated professionally and efficiently by the City. Mr. Shapiro suggested the Miami Herald should apologize to the Administration. He also stated that he feels that the City Manager should do a reorganization of the City when he feels the time is right.

5) Gertrude Miller spoke about 1) Because of the construction on Collins Ave. from 16 Street to 26 Street the traffic has been routed to James Avenue and 18 Street. Mayor Kasdin requested the Administration to analyze and report back. Matthew Schwartz and Joseph Johnson to handle. 2) The Christmas lights on both Collins Avenue and Washington Avenue should remain year round. 3) She commended David Dermer's G O Bond brochure. 4) What happened to Rosie Weiss Park ( 2 Street and Washington Ave.) refurbishment? She would like a commemorative sign and the weeds mowed. Mayor Kasdin requested this item be referred to the Community Affairs Committee. Kevin Smith to handle. Judy Hoanshelt to place on agenda.

Commissioner Cruz would like to find out what happened to Domino's Park initiative and refer the issue to the Community Affairs Committee for consideration. Kevin Smith to handle. Judy Hoanshelt to place on agenda.

Handout:

1. Speakers list

 

R9B(2) Dr. Stanley Sutnick Citizen's Forum. (5:30 p.m.)

ACTION: No speakers.

 

11:25 am/650t2

R9C Discussion of Newspaper Racks. (Page 387)

(Requested by Commissioner Nancy Liebman)

ACTION: Commissioner Liebman stated that instead of having ordinances prepared she felt it was better to have a commission discuss first.

Discussion held. Mayor Kasdin stated that there seems to be consensus that this proposed legislation is not needed at this time.

Administration to review the license fee and also determine if the enforcement should be transferred from Public Works to Code Compliance and to report back via an LTC. Al Childress and Matthew Schwartz to handle.

Commissioner Liebman asked for information regarding the cost for both Code Enforcement and Public Works to perform their functions relating to newspaper racks. Al Childress and Matthew Schwartz to handle.

3:07 pm/2595t3

R9D Discussion Regarding Miami Beach Botanical Garden Conservancy. (Page 403)

(Requested by Commissioner Nancy Liebman)

ACTION: Discussion held. Motion made by Commissioner Bower to appropriate $7,000 per month for up to 3 months to reimburse the Botanical Garden Conservancy (BGC). Payment to the BGC is to be based on actual expenses incurred by the BGC. Refer the agreement to the Neighborhoods Committee; seconded by Commissioner Liebman; Voice vote: 6-0; Absent Commissioner Garcia. Patricia Walker to handle. Ronnie Singer to place on agenda.

Jorge Gonzalez, City Manager, recommended to appropriate $7,000 per month until the agreement is finalized but not for more than 2 or 3 months, subject to reimbursements of actual expenses.

Bruce Davidson, member of the Conservancy expressed the need for help from the City.

 

R9E Discussion Regarding Miami Beach Botanical Garden Conservancy. (Page 409)

(Requested by Commissioner Luis R. Garcia, Jr.)

ACTION: See ACTION R9D.

 

5:15 pm/2250t4

R9F Discussion Regarding Parking for Residents of Vistas Condominium on Belle Isle. (Page 411)

(Requested by Commissioner Luis R. Garcia, Jr.)

ACTION: Commissioner Garcia introduced the Vista Condominium parking problems and asked the Administration to request from Miami-Dade County temporary parking along Venetian Causeway until the Vista Condominium parking problem is resolved. Matthew Schwartz to handle.

Mayor Kasdin stated that Miami-Dade County has given its permission.

Christina Cuervo state that the Chief of Highway Engineering at Miami-Dade County has given verbal approval to park along Venetian Causeway.

Commissioner Liebman stated that a parking problem exists because the construction workers, cement trucks and lumber trucks have taken over Belle Isle and requested the Administration to see if anything can be done. Saul Frances to handle.

Reports and Informational Items

A Commission Memorandum No. 24-01 (Page 413)

Parking Status Report.

(Parking Department)

ACTION: Written Report submitted.

 

B Commission Memorandum No. 28-01 (Page 433)

Informational Report to the Mayor and City Commission, on All Existing City Contracts for Renewal or Extensions in the Next 180 Days, which by their Terms or Pursuant to Change Orders Exceed $10,000.

(Procurement)

ACTION: Written Report submitted.

 

3:54 p.m.

C Commission Memorandum No. 29-01 (Page 441)

Recommendations with Regard to Interim Amendments to Rules and Regulations for Beachfront Concessions.

(Asset Management)

ACTION: Item discussed. Motion made by Commissioner Liebman; seconded by Vice-Mayor Cruz to accept the recommendation with the exception of the jet ski for further review with the Ocean Drive Association and community organizations. Joe Damien to handle.

 

End of Regular Agenda


 

Miami Beach Redevelopment Agency
Commission Chambers, 3rd Floor, City Hall
1700 Convention Center Drive

January 10, 2001 - 10:00 a.m.

AGENDA

1. ROLL CALL

2. OLD BUSINESS

A Redevelopment Agency Memorandum No. 01-1 (Page 1)

Report of the Itemized Revenues and Expenditures of the Miami Beach Redevelopment Agency for Months Ended November, 2000.

(Submitted Under Separate Cover)

ACTION: Written Report submitted.

 

10:07am/1336t1

B Redevelopment Agency Memorandum No. 01-2 (Page 3)

Anchor Shops and Parking - Monthly Report on Parking Operations, Month of November, 2000.

ACTION: Written Report submitted.

 

C Redevelopment Agency Memorandum No. 01-3 (Page 7)

Georgian Condominium Status Report.

ACTION: Written Report submitted.

10:05/1188t1

3. NEW BUSINESS

A Redevelopment Agency Memorandum No. 01-4 (Page 15)

A Resolution of the Chairman and Members of the Miami Beach Redevelopment Agency, Authorizing the Chairman and Secretary to Execute a Management and Leasing Agreement with the Miami Beach Community Development Corporation (MBCDC), in Association with the Felenstein Koniver Stern Realty Group (FKS), for the Management and Leasing of the Retail Component of the Anchor Anchor Shops and Parking Garage (Anchor Shops), Pursuant to RFP No. 124-99/00, Appropriating $37,500 from Revenues Derived from the Operation of the Anchor Shops for Payment of the Proposed Management Fee; And, Adopting the Operating Budget for Fiscal Year 2000/2001, as Submitted by MBCDC for the Management of the Anchor Shops.

ACTION: Resolution No. 377-2001 adopted. Motion made by Commissioner Garcia; seconded by Commissioner Bower; Voice vote: 7-0. Christina Cuervo and Patricia Walker to handle.

City Clerk's note: Use the Management and Leasing Agreement in the Supplemental Material.

10:07am/1287t1

B Redevelopment Agency Memorandum No. 01-5 (Page 39)

A Resolution of the Chairman and Members of the Miami Beach Redevelopment Agency, Appropriating $11,187.15 from Available 1998 Tax Increment Revenue Bonds in Order to Reimburse RDP Royal Palm Limited Partnership for Certain Permit Fees Assessed by the City's Building and Planning Departments in Connection with the Royal Palm Crowne Plaza Resort Project in Accordance with Section 6.3(a) of the Hotel Development Agreement Between the Miami Beach Redevelopment Agency and RDP Royal Palm Limited Partnership.

ACTION: Resolution No. 378-2001 adopted. Motion made by Commissioner Bower; seconded by Commissioner Garcia; Voice vote: 6-0; Absent: Commissioner Dermer. Christina Cuervo and Patricia Walker to handle.

End of Agenda

Meeting Adjourned at 5:23 pm.