City of Miami Beach - City Commission Meeting

Commission Chambers, 3rd Floor, City Hall

1700 Convention Center Drive

January 26, 2000

 

 

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AFTER ACTION

PA1 Certificate of Apprec/Armando Vega, Finance, At Your Srv Award. (Kasdin) 1

PA2 Certificate of Apprec/Central Srvs Dept, At Your Srv Award. (Kasdin)

PA3 New Item:Cert. Apprec/Ramone Duenas, Going that Extra Mile. (Kasdin/Garcia)

PA4 New Item: Proc/Prof. Yaffa Eliach, Preserving History, Jewish Life. (Dermer)

PA5 New Item: Cert. Of Apprec/Maia Mediavilla, Commitment to Youth via Neighborhoods First Program.

C2A BA 30-99/00, Conv. Ctr West Wrap Fire Sprinkler Sys Renovation, $187,460. 3

C2B PO, One Ford 15-Passenger Van, $21,572. 5

C2C PO, One 3/4 Ton Utility Cargo Van & Two 2 Ton Pick-Up Trucks, $56,980. 7

C2D PO, Five Ford Crown Victoria Adm. Vehicles, $118,888. 9

C2E PO, Two Ford Ranger 4x2 Pick-Up Trucks, $26,865.74. 11

C2F PO, One 4x4 Pick-Up Truck, $20,354. 13

C2G Reject Sole Bid, Bid No. 39-99/00, Irrigation Repair/Replacement Parts. 15

C2H BA 37-99/00, Citywide Offset Printing Srvs, $70,000. 17

C7A Nego/Dev. Design&Construction Documents:Renovate/Restore Colony Theater. 35

C7B Amendment No. 1 to Agmt w/Gambach-Sklar Architects, Inc., $39,380. 39

C7C First Amendment to Pkg Agmt w/NMMA Boat Show. 49

C7D Set P. Hrg re: Waive Dev. Regs: Construct Normandy Isle Pool Fac./Court. 55

C7E Mutual Aid Agmt w/Indian Creek Village. (Police) 61

C7F 5th Amendment to Police Confiscation Trust Fund, $70,000. (Police) 69

C7G Rank/Nego for RFP 1-99/00, CMB Insurance Coverage. 73

R5A 3:00 p.m., 2nd Rdg, Alcoholic Bev. in Public Places/Signage Req. 77

R5B 2:00 p.m., 2nd Rdg, Parkshore Rezoning. 5/7 83

R5C 2:30 p.m., 2nd Rdg, Altos Del Mar RS-3 Development Regulations. 5/7 95

R5D 5:01 p.m., 2nd Rdg, St. Francis Hospital Site - Rezoning. 5/7 105

R5E 5:02 p.m., 2nd Rdg, St. Francis Hospital Site - RM-PRD2 Dev. Regs. 5/7 115

R5F D-1st Rdg, HPB Membership Category: Architect/Engineer. 5/7 137

R5G 1st Rdg, Clarifying Ground Floor and Rooftop Additions. 5/7 141

R5H 1st Rdg, Reduce Residency Requirement: Bd & Comm. Membership. (Smith) 147

R5I 1st Rdg, Temp. 90-Day Moratorium on Pay Phone Permits. (Liebman) 5/7 151

R5J 4:30 p.m. 1st Rdg, Debarment of Contractors from City Work. (Dermer) 155

R6A Verbal Report Joint Mtg: Neigh. Comm. & Trans. & Pkg Comm. 1/10/00. 167

R6B Report: Community Affairs Comm. Mtg of 1/18/00. 169

R7A 711 Deco, Inc., Buy-Out Offer, 3000 Sq. Ft. of Space @ 701-725 5th St. 173

R7B 5:01 p.m., Rescind Reso. 11041 re: St. Francis Hospital Site. 203

R7C 10:30 a.m., Lease Agmt w/Holocaust Memorial Committee, Inc. 5/7 221

R7D 11:00 a.m., Approve Uses of Local Law Enforcement Block Grant Funds. 279

R7E 3:15 p.m., Approve CMB Yr 2000 State Legislative Priorities. 289

R7F 4:00 p.m., RDP Royal Palm Hotel: Construction Access to Site @ 15th St. 293

R7G Appropriate $925,000 to Reserve for Contingencies in General Fund. 301

R7H 2:15 p.m., Revised Evaluation and Appraisal Report (EAR). 303

R9A Board and Committee Appointments. 307

R9A1 D-Historic Preservation Board Appointments. 367

R9A2 Health Advisory Committee Appointments. 389

R9B 3:30 p.m., Disc: Awarding of Contracts for Hispanic Newspapers. (Cruz) 391

R9C Update on Progress of Sidewalk Cafe Ordinance. (Garcia) 393

R9D Update on Beach Erosion, Specifically at 65th St. (Garcia) 395

R9E Disc: Low Income Family Assistance Fund. (Smith) 397

R9F Status Report: North Shore Park & Youth Center Project. (Garcia) 399

R9G Status Report: 42nd St. Parking Garage Project. (Smith) 409

R9H 3:45 p.m.Disc:Lgts @ Flamingo Pk Baseball Stadium.(Kasdin, Smith, Cruz) 413

R10A 1:45 p.m., Disc: Settlement of Island Trading Co. vs. CMB. 417

 

REPORTS AND INFORMATIONAL ITEMS

A Status Report: Cultural Campus. 419

B 5:30 p.m., Status Report-Negotiations: American Riviera Real Estate. 429

C Analysis: Revs & Expenses Ending 9/30/99: Gen/Enter/Internal Srv Funds. 431

D Public Hrgs before the Planning Board for the Month of January. 449

 

REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY ITEMS - 10:00 A.M.

NO ITEMS ON RDA AGENDA

Call to Order - 9:31 a.m.

Inspirational Message and Pledge of Allegiance

Requests for Additions, Withdrawals, and Deferrals

 

PA - Presentations and Awards

PA1 Certificate of Appreciation to be Presented to Armando Vega, Finance Department and Occupational License for "At Your Service Award" for the Month of August, 1999.

(Requested by Mayor Neisen O. Kasdin)

(Deferred from 1/12/00)

ACTION: Certificate presented.

PA2 Certificate of Appreciation Presented to Central Services Department for "At Your Service Award" for the Month of September, 1999.

(Requested by Mayor Neisen O. Kasdin)

(Deferred from 1/12/00)

ACTION: Certificate presented.

PA3 City of Miami Beach Proclamation Presented to Professor Yaffa Eliach for her work in preserving the history of pre-World War II Jewish life.

(Requested by Commissioner David Dermer)

ACTION: Proclamation presented.

PA4 Certificate of Appreciation Presented to Ramon Duenas, Finance Department, for "GOING THAT EXTRA MILE AWARD" Commended for his handling the financial issues of the Mayor and Commission Office.

(Requested by Mayor Neisen O. Kasdin)

ACTION: Certificate presented.

PA5 Certificate of Appreciation MAIA MEDIAVILLE, a member of the Neighborhoods First Oversight Committee. She helped produce and air a 30-minute program addressing truancy and delinquency issues throughout the months of October and November 1999, in support of our City's Comprehensive Juvenile Delinquency Prevention Plan.

(Requested by Mayor Neisen O. Kasdin &

Maria Ruiz, Director of the Office of Children's Affairs)

ACTION: Certificate Presented.

CONSENT AGENDA

Consent Agenda approved. Motion made by Commissioner Bower; seconded by Commissioner Garcia; Voice Vote: 5-0; Absent: Commissioners Cruz and Liebman.

C2 - Competitive Bid Reports

C2A Commission Memorandum No. 61-00

Request for Approval to Award a Contract to Fire Sprinklers, Inc., in the Amount of $187,460, Pursuant to Bid No. 30-99/00 for the Miami Beach Convention Center West Wrap Fire Sprinkler System Renovation. Funding: Convention Center Capital Account.

Administration Recommendation: Approve the award.

(Convention Center)

ACTION: Award authorized. Mayra Diaz Buttacavoli to handle.

C2B Commission Memorandum No. 62-00

Request for Approval to Award a Purchase Order to Don Reid Ford, in the Amount of $21,572, Pursuant to Florida Sheriff's Association Contract No. 99-07-0913 for the Purchase of One (1) 2000 Ford E350 Super Club Wagon 15-Passenger Van. Funding: Fleet Management Budget Account.

Administration Recommendation: Approve the award.

(Fleet Management)

ACTION: Award authorized. Mike Rath to issue Purchase Order. Drew Terpak to handle.

C2C Commission Memorandum No. 63-00

Request for Approval to Award a Purchase Order to Duval Ford, in the Amount of $56,980, Pursuant to the Florida Sheriff's Association Contract No. 99-07-0913 for the Purchase of One (1) 2000 Ford E250 3/4 Ton Utility Cargo Van and Two (2) 2000 Ford F150 2 Ton Pick-Up Trucks. Funding: Fleet Management Budget Account.

Administration Recommendation: Approve the award.

(Fleet Management)

ACTION: Award authorized. Mike Rath to issue Purchase Order. Drew Terpak to handle.

C2D Commission Memorandum No. 64-00

Request for Approval to Award a Purchase Order to Gus Machado Ford, Inc., in the Amount of $118,888, Pursuant to the Miami-Dade County Contract No. BW6216-0/00 for the Purchase of Five (5) 2000 Ford Crown Victoria (Model P71) Administrative Vehicles. Funding: Fleet Management and Risk Management Budget Accounts.

Administration Recommendation: Approve the award.

(Fleet Management)

ACTION: Award authorized. Mike Rath to issue Purchase Order. Drew Terpak to handle.

C2E Commission Memorandum No. 65-00

Request for Approval to Award a Purchase Order to Gus Machado Ford, in the Amount of $26,865.74, Pursuant to Metro-Dade County Contract No. BW6216-0/00 for the Purchase of Two (2) 2000 Ford Ranger LX Compact 4x2 Pick-Up Trucks. Funding: Fleet Management Budget Account.

Administration Recommendation: Approve the award.

(Fleet Management)

ACTION: Award authorized. Mike Rath to issue Purchase Order. Drew Terpak to handle.

C2F Commission Memorandum No. 66-00

Request for Approval to Award a Purchase Order to Duval Ford, in the Amount of $20,354, Pursuant to Florida Sheriff's Association Contract No. 99-07-0913 for the Purchase of One (1) 2000 Ford F150 4x4 Pick-Up Truck. Funding: Fleet Management Budget Account.

Administration Recommendation: Approve the award.

(Fleet Management)

ACTION: Award authorized. Mike Rath to issue Purchase Order. Drew Terpak to handle.

C2G Commission Memorandum No. 68-00

Request for Authorization to Reject the Sole Bid Received in Response to Bid No. 39-99/00 for Irrigation Repairs and Replacement Parts.

Administration Recommendation: Reject the bid.

(Parks and Recreation)

ACTION: Bid rejected. Mike Rath to notify bidder. Kevin Smith to handle.

C2H Commission Memorandum No. 69-00

Request for Approval to Award a Contract to Action Printing, Inc., Houck Business Forms, Inc., and Tampa Envelope Manufacturing, Inc. in the Total Estimated Annual Amount of $70,000, Pursuant to Bid No. 37-99/00 for Citywide Offset Printing Services. Funding: Various Using Agencies Budget Accounts.

Administration Recommendation: Approve the award.

(Procurement)

ACTION: Award authorized. Mike Rath to handle.

C7 - Resolutions

C7A Commission Memorandum No. 70-00

A Resolution Ratifying the Recommendation of the Selection Committee, Relative to the Ranking of the Proposals Received in Response to the State of Florida, Department of Management Services' Notice to Professional Consultants No. COMB-99042000, for Architectural Services for the Colony Theater; and Authorizing the State of Florida, Department of Management Services to Enter into Negotiations with the Top-Ranked Firm of R.J. Heisenbottle Architects to Develop Design and Construction Documents for the Renovation and Restoration of the Colony Theater.

Administration Recommendation: Adopt the Resolution.

(Community/Economic Development)

ACTION: Resolution No. 2000-23767 adopted. Christina Cuervo to handle.

C7B Commission Memorandum No. 71-00

A Resolution Approving and Authorizing the Mayor and City Clerk to Execute Amendment No. 1 to the Agreement with Gambach - Sklar Architects, Inc. in the Amount of $39,380, for Additional Services to Revise the Design of the Marseille Drive Streetscape Project to Include Landscaping at the North End of Rue Notre Dame, Additional Street Trees and Other Design Enhancements; and Further Approving the Reallocation of $3,484 Remaining in the Quality of Life Project Allocation from the Western Entrance Sign Line Item, to the 77th Street/Marseille Drive Line Item, to Provide Sufficient Money to Fund the Additional Services.

Administration Recommendation: Adopt the Resolution.

(Construction Management)

ACTION: Resolution No. 2000-23768 adopted. Matthew Schwartz to handle.

C7C Commission Memorandum No. 72-00

A Resolution Approving the First Amendment to the Parking Agreement between the City of Miami Beach and the National Marine Manufacturers Association (NMMA) Boat Show.

Administration Recommendation: Adopt the Resolution.

(Parking Department)

ACTION: Resolution No. 2000-23769 adopted. Jackie Gonzalez to handle.

C7D Commission Memorandum No. 73-00

A Resolution Setting a First Reading Public Hearing on February 23, 2000 at 2:00 p.m., to Affirm the Development Regulations Pertaining to the Normandy Isle Park and Waive Certain Development Regulations Pursuant to Section 142-425 (d) of the Code of the City of Miami Beach, in Order to Construct a New Swimming Pool Facility and Multi Purpose Court.

Administration Recommendation: Adopt the Resolution.

(Planning Department)

ACTION: Resolution No. 2000-23770 adopted. Jorge Gomez to handle.

Requires 15 day notice; mailing and property posting. R. Parcher to publish notice. Jorge Gomez to provide ad and mailing labels to the City Clerk. Al Childress to post the property.

C7E Commission Memorandum No. 74-00

A Resolution Approving and Authorizing the Mayor and City Clerk to Execute the Mutual Aid Agreement with Indian Creek Village, Florida, for the Purpose of Coordinating Law Enforcement Planning, Operations, and Mutual Aid Benefits between City of Miami Beach and Indian Creek Village.

Administration Recommendation: Adopt the Resolution.

(Police Department)

ACTION: Resolution No. 2000-23771 adopted. Chief Barreto to handle.

C7F Commission Memorandum No. 75-00

A Resolution Adopting the Fifth Amendment to the Police Confiscation Trust Fund for Fiscal Year 1999/00, in the Amount of $70,000, Funded from the Proceeds of State Confiscation Funds.

Administration Recommendation: Adopt the Resolution.

(Police Department)

ACTION: Resolution No. 2000-23772 adopted. Chief Barreto and Patricia Walker to handle.

C7G Commission Memorandum No. 76-00

A Resolution Accepting the Ranking of the Proposals Received and Authorizing the Administration to Enter into Negotiations and Contract with the Number-One Ranked Firm, Arthur J. Gallagher and Co., Pursuant to Request for Proposals (RFP) No. 1-99/00 for the Purpose of Obtaining Insurance Coverage, as Needed by the City for a One Year Period, with Options to Renew for an Amount Not to Exceed $25,000 and to Authorize the Administration to Negotiate and Contract with the Number-Two Ranked Firm, Acordia, in the Event Negotiations Fail with the Number-One Ranked Firm.

Administration Recommendation: Adopt the Resolution.

(Risk Management)

ACTION: Resolution No. 2000-23773 adopted. Mary Greenwood to handle.

End of Consent Agenda

REGULAR AGENDA

R5 - Ordinances

R5A Commission Memorandum No. 77-00

An Ordinance Amending Miami Beach City Code Chapter 70, Entitled "Miscellaneous Offenses", by Amending Article II, Entitled "Public Places", by Amending Division 3, Entitled "Alcoholic Beverages", by Amending Section 70-87, Entitled "Consumption, Service, Sale and Possession of Open Containers of Alcoholic Beverages On or In Public Places, Warning Signs Required", by Amending Signage Requirements; Providing for Repealer, Severability, Codification, and an Effective Date. 3:00 p.m. Public Hearing, Second and Final Reading

Administration Recommendation: Adopt the Ordinance.

(Police Department)

(First Reading 1/12/00)

ACTION: Public hearing held. Ordinance No. 2000-3226 adopted. Motion made by Vice-Mayor Smith; seconded by Commissioner Cruz; ballot vote:6-0; absent: Commissioner Liebman. Chief Barreto to handle.

R5B Commission Memorandum No. 78-00

Parkshore Rezoning

An Ordinance Amending the Official Zoning District Map, Referenced in Section 142-72 of the Code of the City of Miami Beach, Florida, by Changing the Zoning District Classification of the Property Located at 1330 West Avenue (A/K/A the Parkshore) from the Current Zoning District Classification RM-2 Residential Multi-Family Medium Intensity, to the Proposed Zoning District Category RM-3 Residential Multi-Family High Intensity; Amending the Affected Portion of the City's Official Zoning District Map to Correspond with this Change as Adopted by the City Commission; Providing for Repealer, Severability and an Effective Date. 2:00 p.m. Public Hearing, Second and Final Reading

Administration Recommendation: Adopt the Ordinance.

(Planning Department)

(First Reading 12/15/99)

ACTION: Speakers sworn in. Public hearing held. Ordinance No. 2000-3227 adopted. Motion made by Commissioner Cruz; seconded by Commissioner Bower; ballot vote: 6-0; absent: Commissioner Liebman. Jorge Gomez to handle.

Mayor Kasdin requested the Administration assign a staff member to monitor construction noise, construction debris and noise in the neighborhood, etc. to ensure minimal impact to the neighborhood. Phil Azan to handle.

Handout:

1. Fax from Eddie Smith to Janet Gavarrete, dated 1/20/2000, containing a letter from C. G. Chase Construction Company, Freddy Vanegas, Project Manager to Neighbors [of the project].

2. Speakers list.

R5C Commission Memorandum No. 79-00

Altos Del Mar RS-3 Development Regulations

An Ordinance Amending the Code of the City of Miami Beach, Florida, Amending Chapter 142, Entitled "Zoning Districts and Regulations", Division 2 Entitled RS-1, RS-2, RS-3, RS-4 Single-Family Residential Districts Section, Section 142-105 Entitled "Development Regulations and Area Requirements" by Setting the Minimum Lot Width for Oceanfront Lots in the RS-3 Zoning District at 50 Feet; Providing for Inclusion in the Code of the City of Miami Beach, Florida; Repealer; Severability; and an Effective Date. 2:30 p.m. Public Hearing, Second and Final Reading

Administration Recommendation: Adopt the Ordinance.

(Planning Department)

(First Reading 12/15/99)

ACTION: Public hearing held. Ordinance No. 2000-3228 adopted. Motion made by Vice-Mayor Smith; seconded by Commissioner Bower; ballot vote: 6-0; absent: Commissioner Liebman . Jorge Gomez to handle.

City Clerk's Note: 1/28/2000: From Commission Memorandum: The Code of the City of Miami Beach specifies a 60 foot required lot width for properties located in the RS-3 Single Family Residential Zoning District. However, in the Altos Del Mar area, the historic oceanfront lots located in the RS-3 Zoning District were historically platted with a lot width of 50 feet.

R5D Commission Memorandum No. 80-00

St. Francis Hospital Site - Rezoning

An Ordinance Amending the Official Zoning District Map, Referenced in Section 142-72 of the Code of the City of Miami Beach, Florida, by Changing the Zoning District Classification for the Property at 250 W. 63rd Street (A/K/A St. Francis Hospital Site) from the Current Zoning District Classification HD Hospital District, to the Proposed Zoning District Category RM-PRD2 Multiple Family, Planned Residential Development; Amending the Affected Portion of the City's Official Zoning District Map to Correspond with this Change as Adopted by the City Commission; Providing for Repealer, Severability and an Effective Date. 5:01 p.m. Public Hearing, Second and Final Reading

Administration Recommendation: Adopt the Ordinance.

(Planning Department)

(First Reading 11/17/99)

(Hear in Conjunction with R7B)

ACTION: Speakers were sworn in. Public hearing held. Ordinance No. 2000-3229 adopted. Motion made by Commissioner Bower; seconded by Commissioner Cruz; ballot vote:6-0; absent: Commissioner Liebman . Jorge Gomez to handle.

Handout: Aqua on Allison Island - Preliminary Site Plan. Preliminary drawing Duary Plater-Zyberk & Company.

City Clerk's Note: See R5E and R7B

R5E Commission Memorandum No. 81-00

St. Francis Hospital Site - RM-PRD2 Development Regulations

An Ordinance Amending the Code of the City of Miami Beach, Florida; by Amending Chapter 142, Article II, Entitled "District Regulations", Amending Division 3, Subdivision III, Entitled "RM-PRD Multi-Family, Planned Residential Development District", by Adding an RM-PRD2 Zoning District Classification; and, by Providing for Inclusion in the Code of the City of Miami Beach, Florida; Repealer, Severability and an Effective Date. 5:02 p.m. Public Hearing, Second and Final Reading

Administration Recommendation: Adopt the Ordinance.

(Planning Department)

(First Reading 11/17/99)

(Hear in Conjunction with R7B)

ACTION: Public hearing held. Ordinance No. 2000-3230 adopted as amended. Motion made by Commissioner Bower; seconded by Commissioner Cruz; ballot vote: 6-0; absent: Commissioner Liebman. Jorge Gomez to handle.

Amendment: 142-194(4)(c)(iii) "...southernmost end of Allison Island: Ninety-five (95) one hundred twenty one hundred twenty feet in height...".

Amendment: Several minor technical revisions to the ordinance were made as proposed by the applicant's architect (Duany Plater-Zyberk).

The Declaration of Restrictions Covenant was amended as follows:

(1) Paragraph 5: will be amended to not permit applications to modify up to 5% of the following: Sq. Ft. of commercial permitted, number of units, and height of buildings.

(2) Paragraph 10: Will be amended to require review of landscape plan by homeowner association prior to submittal to the DRB for approval.

Handout:

1. Planning Department and Duany Plater-Zyberk agreed upon modifications to the land development regulations.

2. Aqua on Allison Island - Preliminary Site Plan. Preliminary drawing Duary Plater-Zyberk & Company.

City Clerk's Note: See R5D and R7B

R5F Commission Memorandum No. 82-00

Historic Preservation Board Membership Category: Architect/Engineer

An Ordinance Amending the Code of the City of Miami Beach, Florida, Amending Chapter 118, Entitled "Administration and Review Procedures", Section 118-103, Entitled "Membership" by Changing the Historic Preservation Board Membership Category of Engineer; Providing for Inclusion in the Code of the City of Miami Beach, Florida; Repealer; Severability; and an Effective Date. First Reading

Administration Recommendation: Approve the Ordinance on first reading and schedule a public hearing for second and final reading.

(Planning Department)

ACTION: Deferred to the February 9th Commission meeting. Judy Hoanshelt to place on the Commission agenda.

R5G Commission Memorandum No. 83-00

Clarifying Ground Floor and Rooftop Additions

An Ordinance Amending the Code of the City of Miami Beach, Florida, Amending Chapter 142, Entitled "Zoning Districts and Regulations", Section 142-246, Entitled "Development Regulations and Area Requirements", and Section 142-1161, Entitled "Height Regulation Exceptions" by Clarifying the Definition of Ground Floor and Rooftop Additions; Providing for Inclusion in the Code of the City of Miami Beach, Florida; Repealer; Severability; and an Effective Date. First Reading

Administration Recommendation: Approve the Ordinance on first reading and schedule a public hearing for second and final reading.

(Planning Department)

ACTION: Ordinance approved on first reading. Motion made by Commissioner Bower; seconded by Commissioner Garcia; ballot vote:6-0; absent: Commissioner Liebman.

Commissioner Bower requested that the ordinance be referred to the Historic Preservation Board for review prior to the second reading of the ordinance. Jorge Gomez to handle.

Second reading and public hearing scheduled for February 23rd at 2:30 p.m. R. Parcher to publish notice. Judy Hoanshelt to place on agenda.

R5H City Attorney City Commission Memorandum No. 84-00

An Ordinance Amending Chapter 2 of the Miami Beach City Code Entitled "Administration", by Amending Article III Entitled "Agencies, Boards, and Committees", by Amending Section 2-22 Entitled "General Requirements", by Reducing the Residency Requirement for Membership on Agencies, Boards, and Committees from Two Years to Six Months; Providing for Codification, Severability, Repealer, and an Effective Date.

Recommendation: Approve the Ordinance on first reading and schedule a public hearing for second and final reading.

(Requested by Vice-Mayor Jose Smith)

ACTION: Ordinance approved on first reading. Motion made by Commissioner Bower; seconded by Vice-Mayor Smith; ballot vote:6-0; absent: Commissioner Liebman. Second reading and public hearing scheduled for February 9th at 10:45 a.m. R. Parcher to publish notice. Judy Hoanshelt to place on agenda.

R5I City Attorney City Commission Memorandum No. 85-00

An Ordinance Establishing a Temporary Ninety (90) Day Moratorium on the Issuance of All Pay Telephone Permits, Including Renewal Permits, Which Shall Automatically Dissolve Upon the Earlier of the Expiration of the Ninety (90) Day Period or Upon the Final Resolution of All Litigation Against the City of Miami Beach with Regard to Pay Telephones; Providing for Codification; Repealer; Severability, and an Effective Date. First Reading

Recommendation: Approve the Ordinance on first reading and schedule a public hearing for second and final reading.

(Requested by Commissioner Nancy Liebman)

ACTION: Ordinance approved on first reading. Motion made by Commissioner Bower; seconded by Commissioner Cruz; ballot vote:6-0; absent: Commissioner Liebman. Second reading and public hearing scheduled for February 9th at 11:15 a.m. R. Parcher to public notice. Judy Hoanshelt to place on agenda.

Vice-Mayor Smith questioned what impact the ordinance would have on current litigation. Murray Dubbin, City Attorney, stated that this item is necessary because of the pending litigation.

R5J City Attorney City Commission Memorandum No. 86-00

An Ordinance Amending Chapter 2, Article VI, Entitled "Procurement", by Creating Division 5, Entitled "Debarment", Sections 2-397 through 2-406 of the Code of the City of Miami Beach, Florida, Providing for Debarment of Contractors from City Work; Providing for Severability; Codification; Repealer; and an Effective Date. First Reading

Recommendation: Approve the Ordinance on first reading and schedule a public hearing for second and final reading.

(Requested by Commissioner David Dermer)

ACTION: Ordinance approved on first reading as amended. Motion made by Commissioner Dermer; seconded by Commissioner Bower; ballot vote: 5-0; absent: Mayor Kasdin and Commissioner Liebman. Second reading and public hearing scheduled for February 9th at 11:00 a.m. R. Parcher to publish notice. Judy Hoanshelt to place on agenda. Raul Aguila to incorporate amendments.

Amendments:

1) 2-398(a) line 5 "but not limited to, a fiduciary relation which results from the manifestation of consent by one individual to another that the other shall act on his behalf and subject to his control, and consent by the other so to act; interlocking management".

2) 2-398(f) "Each appointed by the Mayor and individual city commissioners".

3) 2-398(j)=> Preponderance of the evidence Greater weight of the evidence.

4) 2-403(b) delete last sentence: "Future affiliates of the contractor are subject to the debarment committee's decision."

5) 2-404(b)(3) delete (3) "Any other cause which affects the responsibility of a city contractor or subcontractor in performing city work.".

6) 2-406(b)(4) "Subsection 2-404(a)(54):".

7) 2-406(d) delete last sentence. "The decision of the Debarment Committee regarding a request made under this subsection is final and non-appealable".

City Clerk's Note: Raul's copy of the amended ordinance.

R6 - Commission Committee Reports

R6A Verbal Report on the Joint Meeting of the Neighborhoods Committee and the Transportation and Parking Committee of January 10, 2000 regarding the 63rd Street Flyover.

(Deferred from 1/12/00)

ACTION: Verbal report given by Vice-Mayor Smith. The different options available for the 63rd Street flyover were discussed at the meeting. The Department of Transportation was there and a number of residents spoke at the meeting both in favor and in opposition to the elimination of the flyover. The joint committee decided to retain a traffic transportation expert to be paid by Mr. Craig Robbins to look into the various options and possible solutions. Matthew Schwartz to monitor progress.

R6B Commission Memorandum No. 87-00

Report on the Community Affairs Committee Meeting of January 18, 2000 regarding: 1) New Nominations for Great Floridians 2000; 2)  Renovating the First Floor of City Hall; and, 3) Discussion regarding Request by Ted del Valle of Dade Heritage Trust, regarding Publication of a Book regarding Miami Beach.

ACTION: Report presented by Commissioner Bower. The committee unanimously approved to submit the following names for the Great Floridians 2000 Program and identified plaque locations: Henry Hohauser, John Collins, Carl Graham Fisher, and L. Murray Dixon. Judy Hoanshelt to handle. Item #2 was deferred and item #3 had no action.

R7 - Resolutions

R7A Commission Memorandum No. 88-00

A Resolution Authorizing the City to Sell its Lease Rights Pursuant to the Lease between the City and 711 Deco, Inc., Dated June 20, 1997, for Approximately 3,000 Square Feet of Space Located at 701-725 5th Street, for a Buy-Out Price of $320,000 Subject to the City's Expenditure of the $20,000 Allowance for Bathroom and HVAC Upgrades, Granted Pursuant to the Portofino Settlement Agreement.

Administration Recommendation: Adopt the Resolution.

(Asset Management)

(Deferred from 1/12/00)

ACTION: Resolution No. 2000-23774 adopted. Motion made by Commissioner Cruz; seconded by Commissioner Garcia; voice vote:6-0; absent: Commissioner Liebman. Joe Damien to handle.

R7B Commission Memorandum No. 89-00

A Resolution Rescinding Resolution No. 1104L Relating to the St. Francis Hospital Site on Allison Island, Entitled: "Resolution Locating and Fixing Bulkhead Line Subject to Approval of Trustees of the Internal Improvement Fund of the State of Florida" Dated August 21, 1963.

Recommendation: Adopt the Resolution.

(City Attorney's Office)

(Hear in Conjunction with R5D & R5E)

ACTION: Resolution No. 2000-23775 adopted. Motion made by Commissioner Bower; seconded by Commissioner Garcia; voice vote: 6-0; absent: Commissioner Liebman.

City Clerk's Note:

1. "Resolution No. 1104L" needs to be changed to "Resolution No. 11041".

2. See R5D and R5E.

R7C Commission Memorandum No. 90-00

A Resolution Approving a Lease Agreement between the City of Miami Beach and the Holocaust Memorial Committee, Inc., to Operate and Maintain the Holocaust Memorial Site Located at the Southeast Corner of Meridian Avenue and Dade Boulevard on Miami Beach, and Waiving by 5/7ths Vote the Public Bidding Process and Independent Appraisal Requirements Pursuant to Ordinance No. 92-2783, Finding Such Waiver to be in the Best Interest of the City. 10:30 a.m. Public Hearing

Administration Recommendation: Adopt the Resolution.

(City Manager's Office)

(Continued from 11/17/99)

ACTION: Public hearing held. Resolution No. 2000-23776 adopted. Motion made by Vice-Mayor Smith; seconded by Commissioner Bower; ballot vote: 6-0; absent: Commissioner Liebman. Christina Cuervo to handle.

R7D Commission Memorandum No. 96-00

A Resolution Approving and Authorizing the Proposed Uses of Local Law Enforcement Block Grant Funds. 11:00 a.m. Public Hearing

Administration Recommendation: Adopt the Resolution.

(Police Department)

(Scheduled on 1/12/00)

ACTION: Public hearing held. Commissioner Bower questioned the need for a public hearing after the funds have already been approved and stated that this public hearing should be held before the grant application is submitted.

Resolution No. 2000-23777 adopted. Motion made by Commissioner Bower; seconded by Vice-Mayor Smith; voice vote: 6-0; absent: Commissioner Liebman. Chief Barreto to handle.

R7E Commission Memorandum No. 91-00

A Resolution Approving the City's Year 2000 State Legislative Priorities.

Administration Recommendation: Adopt the Resolution.

(Community/Economic Development)

ACTION: Add to the list of Legislative Priorities: 9. Support Continued Appropriations for and Delivery of the Miami-Dade County Public Schools Adult and Postsecondary Vocational Programs under Their Current Structure, and Oppose Any Effort by the State Legislature to Assign Control to the Community College System of Adult Education and Vocational Programs.

Remove from the list of Legislative Priorities the Nightclub Age (legislatively raise the age required to enter a nightclub to 21, or allow municipalities to set the age required to enter a nightclub) until the next meeting. Judy Hoanshelt to place on 2/9 agenda.

Resolution No. 2000-23778 adopted. Motion made by Commissioner Bower; seconded by Commissioner Dermer; voice vote: 6-0; absent: Commissioner Liebman. Christina Cuervo to handle.

At the request of Mr. Bruce Singer, Miami Beach Chamber of Commerce, a motion was made by Commissioner Garcia; seconded by Commissioner Cruz to move the Visitor Information Center (Other Issues Category) to the Funding Priorities Category; voice vote: 6-0; absent: Commissioner Liebman. Christina Cuervo to handle.

Mayor Kasdin instructed the Lobbyist, Mr. Fausto Gomez, to focus on the items which are truly obtainable.

Handout:

1. Legislative Priorities - Addendum

2. Memorandum to Mayor Kasdin, the City Commission, and City Manager Lawrence Levy from Alex Tachmes and Jo Asmundsson, Co-Chairs, Governmental Affairs Committee, Miami Beach Chamber of Commerce, dated January 25, 2000, RE: Year 2000 Legislative Priorities

R7F Commission Memorandum No. 92-00

A Resolution Authorizing and Granting RDP Royal Palm Hotel, LP Construction Access to the Royal Palm Crowne Plaza Hotel Site, via the Northernmost 25 Feet of the Easternmost End of the City's 15th Street Right-of-Way; Said Access Granted for a Period Not to Exceed Eleven and-a-Half (112) Months; Subject to the Provisions Set Forth in this Resolution, to be Memorialized in an Access Agreement to be Reviewed by the City Attorney's Office and the Office of the City Manager; and Further Authorizing the City Manager to Execute Said Access Agreement and Any and All Documents Relative to the Provision of Said Access by the City.

Administration Recommendation: Adopt the Resolution.

(Community/Economic Development)

ACTION: Commissioner Garcia expressed concern that the Loews Hotel was not being more cooperative.

Motion made by Vice-Mayor Smith to defer the item with instructions for the developer and residents of both the Il Villagio and Ocean Steps meet to see if a consensus can be reached; seconded by Commissioner Dermer; voice vote: 6-0; absent: Commissioner Liebman.

Mayor Kasdin directed the Administration to notice the Il Villagio and Ocean Steps residents of any future Commission action relative to this request.

Motion made by Commissioner Cruz; seconded by Commissioner Bower, to have the Administration and Mr. Peebles negotiate jointly with the Loews for the use of the Loews property; voice vote:6-0; absent: Commissioner Liebman. Christina Cuervo to handle.

Handout:

1. 15th Street right-of-way proposed construction access route and tri-party agreement easement area and four (4) color pictures.

2. Speakers list.

R7G Commission Memorandum No. 93-00

A Resolution Appropriating an Additional $925,000 to the Reserve for Contingencies in the General Fund from the Unappropriated Fund Balance of the General Fund.

Administration Recommendation: Adopt the Resolution.

(Finance Department)

ACTION: Heard in conjunction with Informational Report C.

Discussion held. Commissioner Dermer noted that some departments were under budget and should be recognized.

Commissioner Bower expressed concern regarding the Department of Parks and Recreation reporting a $772,887 budget surplus.

Commissioner Garcia stated that positions are not being filled quickly enough and gave an example of a position in the Fire Department.

Commissioner Cruz stated that if salaries are too low to do something about it.

Mayor Kasdin requested the Administration prepare a detail report giving a historical analysis, last 2 or 3 years, of the Park and Recreation budget, and other departments, to determine if they are under budget and why they are under budget. Patricia Walker to handle.

Commissioner Dermer made a motion directing Administration to report back in 30 days and to appoint Commissioner Bower as the Commission liaison to work with Administration; seconded by Commissioner Garcia; voice vote: 5-0; absent: Commissioners Cruz and Liebman.

Resolution No. 2000-23780 adopted. Motion made by Vice-Mayor Smith; seconded by Commissioner Bower; voice vote: 5-0; absent: Commissioners Cruz and Liebman. Patricia Walker to handle.

R7H Commission Memorandum No. 95-00

Revised Evaluation and Appraisal Report (EAR)

A Resolution Adopting Supplementary Revisions to the City of Miami Beach Comprehensive Plan Evaluation and Appraisal Report (EAR) and Submitting the EAR Supplement to the State of Florida Department of Community Affairs and Other Appropriate Agencies.

Administration Recommendation: Adopt the Resolution.

(Planning Department)

ACTION: Resolution No. 2000-23781 adopted. Motion made by Commissioner Cruz; seconded by Commissioner Bower; voice vote: 6-0; absent: Commissioner Liebman. Jorge Gomez to handle.

R9 - New Business and Commission Requests

R9A Commission Memorandum No. 97-00

Board and Committee Appointments for the Meeting of January 26, 2000.

(City Clerk's Office)

1. Commission Memorandum No. 98-00

Commission Affirmation of the City Manager's Reappointment of Hope Fuller (Licensed Real Estate Category), Marilys R. Nepomechie, AIA (Faculty of a Florida University Category), Jose Toledo (Structural Engineer Category), and Gregg Neville (Registered Architect) to the Historic Preservation Board.

(Planning Department)

(Deferred from 1/12/00)

2. Commission Memorandum No. 99-00

Health Advisory Committee/Appointments.

ACTION:

1. Historic Preservation Board appointments were deferred to the February 9th Commission meeting. Judy Hoanshelt to place on the Commission agenda.

2. Motion made by Commissioner Garcia; seconded by Commissioner Cruz to appoint the Administration's recommendations to Health Advisory Committee; voice vote: 6-0; absent Commissioner Liebman.

Dilia Garcia (health provider) term expires 12/31/2001 City Manager/Commissioner

Holly Wallack term expires 12/31/2001 City Manager/Commissioner

William Shaw (physician) term expires 12/31/2001 City Manager/Commissioner

Dr. William Zubkoff (South Shore) term expires 12/31/2001 City Manager/Commissioner

Ralph Aleman (Miami Heart) term expires 12/31/2001 City Manager/Commissioner

The following direct appointments were announced:

Community Relations Board:

Grace Calvani term expires 12/31/2001 Commissioner Bower

Design Review Board:

Mary Carmen Martinez term expires 12/31/2000 City Commission

(architect to replace Barry Klein). Motion made by Commissioner Dermer; seconded by Commissioner Bower; voice vote: 5-0; absent: Commissioners Cruz and Liebman.

Miami Beach Commission on the Status of Women:

Diana Susi term expires 12/31/2000 Mayor Kasdin

Carmen Granda term expires 12/31/2001 Commissioner Smith

Leslie J. Graff term expires 12/31/2001 Commissioner Bower

Safety Committee:

Manuel Warszavski term expires 12/31/2001 Commissioner Dermer

Community Development Advisory Committee

Motion made by Commissioner Bower; seconded by Commissioner Cruz, to appoint the four individuals nominated; voice vote: 6-0; absent: Commissioner Liebman.

Timothy Barnum (Res/ownership int) term expires 12/31/2001 City Commission

Julia Davila term expires 12/31/2001 City Commission

Isabel Govantes term expires 12/31/2001 City Commission

Judith Berson term expires 12/31/2000 City Commission

Cable Advisory Ad Hoc Committee:

Motion made by Commissioner Bower; seconded by Commissioner Cruz, to appoint Jeff Bechdel

Nicholes Spill; voice vote: 6-0; absent: Commissioner Liebman.

Police/Citizen Relations Committee:

Saul (Ron) Brenesky term expires 12/31/2001 Commissioner Cruz

Youth Center Advisory Board:

Ivor Rose term expires 12/31/2000 Commissioner Cruz

 

R9B Discussion regarding the Awarding of Contracts for Hispanic Newspapers.

(Requested by Commissioner Simon Cruz)

(Deferred from 1/12/00)

ACTION: Discussion held. Motion was made by Commissioner Cruz authorizing Administration to proceed with rotating among the three Hispanic newspapers ( Art Deco Tropical, Hola Amigos, and LaVoz de Miami Beach) for Spanish language courtesy notices; seconded by Commissioner Dermer; voice vote: 5-0; absent: Mayor Kasdin and Commissioner Liebman. Departments who notice the public need to comply. R. Parcher, Jorge Gomez, and TC Adderly to handle.

R9C Update on the Progress of the Sidewalk Cafe Ordinance.

(Requested by Commissioner Luis Garcia)

(Deferred from 1/12/00)

ACTION: Commissioner Garcia presented the item and reported that he has been meeting with the merchants, Administration, and the Chamber of Commerce. A revamped ordinance is being developed and will address the needs of Ocean Drive and Lincoln Road separately. The proposed ordinance will be presented to the Commission within a month. Ronnie Singer to handle.

Commissioner Garcia encouraged the merchants to become involved.

R9D Update regarding Beach Erosion, Specifically at 65th Street.

(Requested by Commissioner Luis Garcia)

(Deferred from 1/12/00)

ACTION: Discussion held. Commissioner Garcia requested that the entire area be looked at and complained about the lack of police enforcement at night in the parking lot, the public facilities are in a state of disrepair. Commissioner Garcia suggested that, if the boardwalk is being destroyed, that it should be dismantled and preserved for future use.

Motion made by Commissioner Garcia to: 1) to declare a state of emergency for the critically eroded beachfront areas and requested emergency action by the Army Corps of Engineers to authorize the use of non-beach quality sand on an experimental bases until a long-term source of sand can be found; and 2) that Miami-Dade County make beach shore protection and renourishment a top funding priority; seconded by Commissioner Dermer; voice vote: 5-0; absent: Commissioners Garcia and Liebman. Based on the above motions Resolution No. 2000-23782 and Resolution No. 2000-23783 were adopted. Bruce Henderson to handle.

Mayor Kasdin stated that the County has acquired $700,000 of new beach equipment and the quality of sand should be greatly improved.

Commissioner Bower stated that the canals are in terrible condition and asked what could be done to clean them up.

R9E Discussion regarding Low Income Family Assistance Fund.

(Requested by Vice-Mayor Jose Smith)

(Deferred from 1/12/00)

ACTION: Vice-Mayor Smith presented the item to the Commission and expressed concern about the number of families in the city who do not qualify for public assistance and who do have a need for housing, food or medical assistance. Vice-Mayor Smith stated that the City needs to do more and asked Administration what assistance is available to these families and where they can go to apply for aid.

Assistant City Manager Christina Cuervo advised the Commission that currently the City provides assistance through the Neighborhoods First Program; Operation Safety Net; the R.A.I.N. program through CDBG funds and that these programs can further be expanded and additional funding could be identified as well as funding from the Homeless Pilot Program and an in-kind program from the Police Department. Additionally, the Housing Authority passed a resolution which will provide partial funding.

The City Manager Lawrence Levy stated that he will have his staff put together a list of resources and telephone numbers for the Commission and for the Executive Staff so that if a problem does occur on a holiday or weekend or at any other time it can be responded to it quickly. Christina Cuervo and Maria Ruiz to handle.

R9F Report Detailing All Funding Sources that will be Used to Complete the North Shore Park and Youth Center; Including a Timeline for Project Completion.

(Requested by Commissioner Luis Garcia)

1. Commission Memorandum No. 100-00

Status Report of the North Shore Park and Youth Center Project.

ACTION: Commissioner Garcia requested clarification of the funding problems as expressed by the Youth Center Advisory Board. Parks and Recreation Director Kevin Smith informed the Commission that the Administration has submitted the status update on North Shore Park and Youth Center and advised that currently $6,297,181 is estimated to be available for construction. The first allocation of $3.9 million is from the $15 million Parks Bond with an additional $1.2 million which is from the 1999 GO Bond Fund that has not been allocated and a Section 108 loan for a $1.0 million for fees and architectural fees and a Barry University grant for $400,000 and of that 65% is for construction.

Commissioner Garcia questioned the status of the Section 108 loan. Assistant City Manager Christina Cuervo advised that Administration has applied for the loan and that the City has been informally approved and that formal notice has not been given by HUD because the City has concurrently applied for an EDI grant and if the Section 108 loan is approved, absent approval of the EDI grant, then the City is not eligible for the EDI grant. Approval of the EDI grant is needed first in order to get the Section 108 loan.

Commissioner Garcia questioned the time line for commencement of the construction. Administration is currently finalizing the design and construction documents for North Shore Park and the Youth Center and will proceed with the construction schedule as outlined in the meeting materials.

Commissioner Garcia requested quarterly status reports on the progress. Kevin Smith to handle. Judy Hoanshelt to place on the agenda quarterly.

Joe Fontana requested that he be notified.

Vice-Mayor Smith questioned if the Section 108 loan money can be used for streetscapes instead of the GO bond money which can be used for the Youth Center.

Handout: Youth Center and Park Bond Funding (time line) submitted by Mike Thompson.

R9G Status Report on the 42nd Street Parking Garage.

(Requested by Vice-Mayor Jose Smith)

1. Commission Memorandum No. 101-00

Status Report on the 42nd Street Parking Garage Project.

ACTION: Vice-Mayor Smith stated that he had a number of merchants on 41st Street complain that this project is taking too long and that their businesses are being affected, the contractor is already delayed and questioned whose responsibility it is for so many delays on this garage.

Assistant City Manager Matthew Schwartz responded that there have been significant problems with the renovations of the garage many of which have to do with structural defects that were discovered during construction and stated that he will come back to the Commission after these problems have been identified and resolved.

Commissioner Garcia noted that when he drives by there is a lack of personnel at the site (no workers; closed gates) and questioned if the City could pursue liquidated damages from the contractor.

Vice-Mayor Smith and Commissioner Bower requested that the Legal Department brief them on the status of the legal issues.

Motion was made by Commissioner Dermer directing Administration to have a status report on the 2nd agenda of every month until the project is completed; seconded by Commissioner Bower; voice vote: 4-0; absent: Mayor Kasdin and Commissioners Cruz and Liebman. Matthew Schwartz to handle.

R9H Discussion regarding the Lights at Flamingo Park Baseball Stadium.

(Requested by Mayor Neisen Kasdin, Vice-Mayor Jose Smith and

Commissioner Simon Cruz)

ACTION: Musco Lighting for $14,300 a month will provide temporary lighting. The City must provide the generators at a cost to the City of approximately $5,000 per month. Musco Lighting will credit the City 50% of the $14,300 if they are awarded the replacement contract.

Resolution No. 2000-23784 adopted waiving, by 5/7 vote, the competitive bidding and award a Purchase Order to Musco Lighting in the amount of $28,600 and to Power Depot in the amount of $8,200 for the generators at Flamingo Park Baseball Stadium. Motion made by Commissioner Dermer; seconded by Vice-Mayor Smith; voice vote: 6-0; absent: Commissioner Liebman. Kevin Smith and Brad Judd to handle.

A Resolution will be placed on the February 9th Commission meeting for the permanent solution. Kevin Smith to handle. Judy Hoanshelt to place on agenda.

Commissioner Cruz asked if the School Board pays anything to the City for the use of the field. Kevin Smith responded that the City and the School Board are currently negotiating an agreement where the School Board will pay the City to pay $10,000 a year during the baseball season. In addition, the negotiations include the School Board paying the $10,000 retroactively for 2 years. Janet Gavarrete to handle.

Handout: A copy of the Commission Memorandum and Resolution requesting a 5/7 Waiver of Formal Competitive Bidding and Awarding a Purchase Order to Musco Lighting.

R10 - City Attorney Reports

R10A Discussion regarding Settlement of Island Trading Company, a Florida Corporation vs. The City of Miami Beach.

ACTION: Resolution No. 2000-23785 adopted approving the Stipulation and Settlement Agreements. Motion made by Commissioner Bower; seconded by Commissioner Garcia; voice vote: 5-0; absent: Commissioners Cruz and Liebman. Legal Department to handle.

Handout: Stipulation and Settlement Agreement - not formed approved by City Attorney

City Clerk's Note: This lawsuit concerned, inter alia, Island Trading's request for declaratory and injunctive relief regarding the effect of the City's implementation of the Ocean Drive traffic mitigation plan as applied to the Victor Hotel.

End of Regular Agenda

Reports and Informational Items

A Commission Memorandum No. 102-00

Status Report on the Cultural Campus.

(City Manager's Office)

ACTION: Written report submitted.

B Commission Memorandum No. 103-00

Status Report on Negotiations between the City of Miami Beach and American Riviera Real Estate Company.

(City Manager's Office)

ACTION: Motion made by Commissioner Bower; seconded by Commissioner Cruz, approving in concept the proposed settlement terms with final term sheet to be presented at the February 9th Commission meeting; voice vote: 6-0; absent: Commissioner Liebman. Christina Cuervo to handle. Judy Hoanshelt to place on the Commission agenda.

Handout: Proposed Terms for American Riviera/CMB Purchase of Ablon property plus options.

C Commission Memorandum No. 104-00

An Analysis of Actual Revenues and Expenses for the Year Ended September 30, 1999, for General, Enterprise, and Internal Service Funds.

(Management and Budget)

ACTION: Written report submitted. Heard in conjunction with item R7G.

D Commission Memorandum No. 105-00

Public Hearings Before the Planning Board for the Month of January: 1) Conditional Use - Outdoor Entertainment Establishment - 720 Ocean Drive; 2) Conditional Use - Outdoor Entertainment Establishment - 740 Ocean Drive; 3) Conditional Use - Outdoor Entertainment Establishment - 700 Ocean Drive; 4) Conditional Use - Outdoor Entertainment Establishment - 940 Ocean Drive; 5) Conditional Use - Parking Garage - 1027-1041 Collins Avenue; 6) Division of Lot (Lot Split) - 1613-1619 Lenox Avenue; and, 7) Ordinance - Public Telephones.

(Planning Department)

ACTION: Written report submitted.

Meeting Adjourned: 7:26 p.m.

End of Agenda