City of Miami Beach - City Commission Meeting
Commission Chambers, 3rd Floor, City Hall
1700 Convention Center Drive
March 17, 1999

Mayor Neisen O. Kasdin
Vice-Mayor Susan F. Gottlieb
Commissioner Simon Cruz
Commissioner David Dermer
Commissioner Nancy Liebman
Commissioner Martin Shapiro
Commissioner Jose Smith
City Manager Sergio Rodriguez
City Attorney Murray H. Dubbin
City Clerk Robert E. Parcher

AFTER ACTION

CONSENT AGENDA

PA1 Certificates of Appreciation/Sergio Rodriguez & SMG, Prime Site Award. 1

PA2 Certificates of Appreciation/David McCue & Jody Glade, Police Dept.

PA3 Certificates of Apprec/Bob Jones & Myron Melton, Salvation Nightclub.

PA4 Certificate of Apprec/Posthumously to Detective Sandra Kusbit.

PA5 Certificates of Apprec/CDBG Subrecipient Organ./CDAC Members.

PA6 Certificate of Apprec/Luis Salom for his $1,000 Donation to PAL. (Smith) 3

C2A PO, Lawn Equip. for Parks/Landscape Div., $17,200. 5

C2B BA 34-98/99, Three Towable Pressure Washers, $31,617. 7

C2C BA 25-98/99, Maintenance/Repair Srv, Air Cond. & Ice Rink Equip, $15,480. 9

C2D BA 26-98/99, Historic & ADA Renovations of Old City Hall, $492,395. 11

C2E Rescind Bid 20-98/00 and Award to AMFAK, Park Signage, $45,656.88. 15

C2F S-Default of Contract Bid 28-98/99 & Re-Bid, 36" Watermain Julia Tuttle. 27

C4A Refer to Planning Bd: Set Threshold/Neighborhood Impact Est.(Liebman) 35

C7A Grant Application for Construction of New Regional Library. 39

C7B Set Public Hrg: Rename Ocean Front Park after Marjory Stoneman Douglas. 43

C7C Increase Allocation for FY 97/98 N. Beach St. Improvements Project. 45

C7D Proclaim March 29-April 4, "Natl Community Development Week" in MB. 51

C7E Rank/Nego. Agmt for RFP 13-98/01, Custodial Srvs, CMB Investment Acct. 55

C7F Purchase Aerial Ladder Truck Cylinders & Accessories. (Fire Dept.) 59

C7G Grant Applications, "Sports for Life" Program, $50,000. 65

C7H Renew MOA w/FDOT Landscape Main. Srvs, Julia Tuttle, $150,000 to CMB. 69

C7I Amend FDOT Main. Landscape Agmt, Julia Tuttle, Reimburse CMB $57,260. 75

C7J Amend FDOT Main. Landscape Agmt, MacArthur Cswy, Reimburse CMB $88,800. 83

C7K Approval to Issue RFP No. 44-98/99, Mobile Computing Solution.(Police) 91

C7L Settlement of the Petroleum Project Super Fund Case. 161

 

 

REGULAR AGENDA

R5A 10:45 a.m., 2nd Rdg,Amend Ch. 90, Limit Sanitation Comm. Impact Fee. 225/SM

R5B 1st Rdg, Amend Ch. 106, Cruising Ord. 227

R5C 1st Rdg, Amend Ch. 25, Offenses-Misc, Bicycling, Skate-Boarding, etc. 233

R5D 10:30 a.m., 2nd Rdg, Amend Code,Temp. Structure: Sale/Rent Real Estate. 239

R5E 2:00 p.m., 2nd Rdg, Amend Ch. 118, Add Video Game Arcades. 5/7ths 245

R5F 2:01 p.m., 2nd Rdg, Amend Ch. 142, Prohibit Tattoo Parlors, 1st Fl.5/7 257

R5G 5:01 p.m., 1st Rdg, Amend Official Zoning District Map. 5/7 267

R5H 5:01 p.m., 1st Rdg, Amend Future Land Use Map. 5/7 287

R5I 5:01 p.m., 1st Rdg, Est. Temp. Moratorium on Bldg Permits, etc. 5/7 326

R6A 11:15 a.m., Report: Land Use and Dev. Comm. Mtg, March 8, 1999. 339

R6B Verbal Report: Neighborhoods Comm. Mtg., March 16, 1999. 343

R7A 9:30 a.m., Pro. Relocate City Offices to 555 17th & Old City Hall. 345/SM

R7B 9:30 a.m., Lease Agmt/711 Deco, Inc., Build out 3,000' 701-725 5th St. 361

R7C Settlement of William Thomas Skinner vs. CMB. 391

R7D 2:30 p.m., Req. MPO:Extend Tunnel/East-West Multimodal Corridor Proj. 393

R7E 10:00 a.m.,Joint, Approp. $1,275,000 from S. Pointe Redev. Trust Fund. 399

R7F Approve List of Priority Projects/Road Impact Fee Revenues (TIP). 445

R7G Supporting to Clarify or Amend Senate Bill 1704. (Liebman) 455

R9A Board and Committee Appointments. 457

R9A1 Appt. to Miami Beach Cultural Arts Council to Fill a Vacancy. 503

R9B 2:30 p.m., Disc: Alter Elev.of I-395/MacArthur Cswy to Blvd.(Gottlieb) 505

R10A Noon Break, Closed Executive Session. 535

REPORTS AND INFORMATIONAL ITEMS

A Status Report on the Cultural Campus. 537

B Status Report on Wash. Ave. Task Force - Feb. 1999. 545

C Report on Parking for the Miami City Ballet. 547

D 9:00 a.m., Information Technology Services Division Director. 549

E Public Hrgs before the March 23, 1999 Planning Board Mtg. 553

F Status Report on Progress of North Beach Construction. 555

G 3:00 p.m., Update on FPL's Frequent Power Outages. 561

REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY ITEMS - 10:00 A.M.

2A 10:00 a.m., Status Report on the Cobb Project. 1

3A 10:00 a.m.,Joint, Approp. $1,275,000 from S. Pointe Redev. Trust Fund. 13

 

Call to Order - 9:00 a.m.

Inspirational Message and Pledge of Allegiance

Requests for Additions, Withdrawals, and Deferrals

 

Presentations and Awards

PA Presentations and Awards

Consent Agenda

C2 Competitive Bid Reports

C4 Commission Committee Assignments

C7 Resolutions

Regular Agenda

R2 Competitive Bid Reports

R5 Ordinances

R6 Commission Committee Reports

R7 Resolutions

R8 Old Business

R9 New Business and Commission Requests

R10 City Attorney Reports

Reports and Informational Items

PA - Presentations and Awards

PA1 Certificates of Appreciation to be Presented to Sergio Rodriguez, City Manager, and SMG for Receiving the Prestigious "Prime Site Award" from the Facilities Magazine.

ACTION: Certificates presented.

 

PA2 Certificates of Appreciation to be Presented to David McCue and Jody Glade of the Miami Beach Police Department for Their Outstanding Effort in the Police Department's Robbery Squad Which Helped to Reduce the Number of Robberies in the City by 13% Last Year.

(City Manager's Office)

ACTION: Certificates presented.

 

PA3 Certificates of Appreciation to be Presented to Bob Jones and Myron F. Melton of Salvation Nightclub for Assisting a Code Compliance Officer During an Incident.

(City Manager's Office)

ACTION: Certificates presented.

 

PA4 Certificate of Appreciation to be Presented by Mayor Neisen Kasdin Posthumously to Detective Sandra Kusbit.

 

ACTION: Certificate presented.

 

PA5 Certificates of Appreciation to be Presented to CDBG Subrecipient Organizations and Community Development Advisory Committee Members to Be Recognized as Part of the 25th Anniversary Celebration of the CDBG Program During Community Development Week March 29 - April 4, 1999.

ACTION: Certificates presented.

 

PA6 Certificate of Appreciation to be Presented to Luis Salom for his $1,000 Donation and Continued Support of the Police Athletic League (PAL).

(Requested by Commissioner Jose Smith)

ACTION: Certificate presented.

CONSENT AGENDA

Consent Agenda approved. Motion made by Commissioner Liebman; seconded by Vice-Mayor Gottlieb; Vote: 6-0; Absent: Commissioner Cruz.

C2 - Competitive Bid Reports

C2A Commission Memorandum No. 198-99

Request for Approval to Award a Purchase Order to Country Clipper in the Amount of $17,200, Pursuant to State of Florida Contract No. 515-630-99-1 for the Purchase of Lawn Equipment for the Parks/Landscape Division. Funding: Parks/Landscape Division General Fund Account.

Administration Recommendation: Approve the award.

(Parks and Recreation Department)

ACTION: Award authorized. Michael Rath to issue Purchase Order. Kevin Smith to handle.

 

C2B Commission Memorandum No. 199-99

Request for Approval to Award a Purchase Order to Cleaning Equipment & Supply Co., Inc., in the Amount of $31,617, Pursuant to Bid No. 34-98/99 for the Purchase of Three (3) Towable Pressure Washers. Funding: Property Management Budget Accounts.

Administration Recommendation: Approve the award.

(Property Management)

ACTION: Award authorized. Michael Rath to issue Purchase Order. Brad Judd to handle

 

C2C Commission Memorandum No. 200-99

Request for Approval to Award a Contract to The Poole & Kent Company, in the Annual Amount of $15,480, Pursuant to Bid No. 25-98/99 for Preventative Maintenance and Repair Service for Reciprocating Air Conditioning and Ice Rink Refrigeration Equipment. Funding: Property Management Account.

Administration Recommendation: Approve the award.

(Property Management)

ACTION: Award authorized. Brad Judd to handle.

 

C2D Commission Memorandum No. 201-99

Request for Approval to Award a Contract to McCartney Construction Co. in the Amount of $492,395, Pursuant to Bid No. 26-98/99 for the Historic and ADA Renovations of Old Miami Beach City Hall. Funding: State Historic Renovation and ADA Grant; Capital Projects Fund 351; and Miami Dade County ADA Grant.

Administration Recommendation: Approve the award.

(Property Management)

ACTION: Award authorized. Brad Judd to handle.

 

C2E Commission Memorandum No. 202-99

Request for the City Commission to Rescind the Award of the Contract to Signing America in the Estimated Annual Amount of $23,928, Pursuant to Bid No. 20-98/00 for the Purchase of Park Signage, and to Approve a Contract to AMFAK, Inc. in the Estimated Annual Amount of $45,656.88. Funding: Miami Beach General Obligation Parks Improvements Bond Program Funds in Each Park's Respective Work Order.

Administration Recommendation: Rescind the original award and authorize the new award.

(Public Works/Parks and Recreation Departments)

ACTION: Award rescinded with Signing America. Award authorized to AMFAK, Inc. Mike Rath to notify both bidders. Kevin Smith to handle.

 

C2F Commission Memorandum No. 203-99

Request for Approval to Find Man-Con Inc. in Default of the Contract for the Repair of a 36-Inch Watermain at the Julia Tuttle Causeway, Pursuant to Bid No. 28-98/99, and to Authorize the Administration to Re-Bid the Project. Funding: Water and Sewer Bond Fund.

Administration Recommendation: Approve the default and authorize the re-bidding.

(Public Works)

ACTION: The project will be re-bid and the bid bond in the amount of $27,105 be retained by the City as a result of Man-Con, Inc. being found in default on this contract. Michael Rath to notify Man-Con Inc. and fast-track the re-bid process. Judy Hoanshelt to place on the April 28 agenda.

 

C4 - Commission Committee Assignments

C4A Referral to the Planning Board - Consideration of an Amendment to the Land Development Regulations Setting the Threshold for "Neighborhood Impact Establishments" at 150 or More Persons.

Administration Recommendation: Refer the matter.

(Requested by Commissioner Nancy Liebman)

ACTION: Referred. Dean Grandin to place on the Planning Board agenda.

 

C7 - Resolutions

C7A Commission Memorandum No. 204-99

A Resolution Authorizing the City Manager, or His Designee, to Submit an Application for Public Library Construction Grant Funds for the Construction of a New Regional Library; Assuring That the City Will Provide a Dollar-For-Dollar Match of the Grant Amount Received, Not to Exceed $500,000; Authorizing the Mayor and City Clerk to Execute Any and All Agreements Related to the Grant, if Awarded; and Appropriating Said Grant Funds, if Awarded.

Administration Recommendation: Adopt the Resolution.

(City Manager's Office)

ACTION: Resolution No. 99-23092 adopted. Mayra Diaz Buttacavoli to handle.

Commissioner Gottlieb instructed the Administration to contract our lobbyist, state representatives and senators to assist Miami Beach in this effort. If additional pressure needs to be added, she will gladly go to Tallahassee to lobby. Christina Cuervo to handle.

 

C7B Commission Memorandum No. 205-99

A Resolution Setting a Public Hearing on April 14, 1999 at 2:00 p.m to Consider Renaming Ocean Front Park after Marjory Stoneman Douglas.

Administration Recommendation: Adopt the Resolution.

(City Manager's Office)

ACTION: Resolution No. 99-23093 adopted. R. Parcher to publish notice. Judy Hoanshelt to place on April 14th agenda.

 

C7C Commission Memorandum No. 206-99

A Resolution Approving a Substantial Amendment to the One-Year Action Plan for Fiscal Year 1996/97 and Fiscal Year 1997/98, Respectively, to Reallocate $149,707 from the Fiscal Year 1996/97 North Beach Development Corporation North Beach Commercial Facade Renovation Program to the Fiscal Year 1997/98 City of Miami Beach North Beach Street Improvements Project, Increasing the Total Allocation for the Fiscal Year 1997/98 City of Miami Beach North Beach Street Improvements Project from $263,650 to $413,357.

Administration Recommendation: Adopt the Resolution.

(Community/Economic Development)

ACTION: Resolution No. 99-23094 adopted. Christina Cuervo to handle.

C7D Commission Memorandum No. 207-99

A Resolution Proclaiming March 29 Through April 4, 1999, "National Community Development Week" in the City of Miami Beach.

Administration Recommendation: Adopt the Resolution.

(Community/Economic Development)

ACTION: Resolution No. 99-23095 adopted. Christina Cuervo to handle.

 

C7E Commission Memorandum No. 208-99

A Resolution Accepting the Ranking of Proposals Received and Authorizing the Administration to Enter into Negotiations and Contract with the Number-One Ranked Firm, Fiduciary Trust International of the South, Pursuant to Request for Proposals (RFP) No. 13-98/01 for Provision of Custodial Services for the City of Miami Beach Investment Account, for a Three Year Period.

Administration Recommendation: Adopt the Resolution.

(Finance Department)

ACTION: Resolution No. 99-23096 adopted. Patricia Walker to handle.

 

C7F Commission Memorandum No. 209-99

A Resolution Authorizing the Purchase of Aerial Ladder Truck Cylinders and Accessories from Ladder Towers, Inc., as the Sole Source Provider of Said Goods. Funding: Fire Suppression Division Account.

Administration Recommendation: Adopt the Resolution.

(Fire Department)

ACTION: Resolution No. 99-23097 adopted. Mike Rath to issue Purchase Order. Chief Garcia to handle.

 

C7G Commission Memorandum No. 210-99

A Resolution Authorizing the City Manager, or His Designee, to Submit Grant Applications, in an Estimated Total Amount of $50,000, to the Sports for Life Program, Funded by the Florida Tobacco Pilot Program's Comprehensive Youth Sports Program, for the Purpose of Developing and Promoting Tobacco-Free Sports Events and Programs for Youths from Ages 9-17; Authorizing the Acceptance of the Grants, if Awarded; Appropriating the Awarded Funds, in Compliance with the Terms of the Grants; and Authorizing the Mayor and City Clerk to Execute All Necessary Documents Related to Said Grants.

Administration Recommendation: Adopt the Resolution.

(Parks and Recreation Department)

ACTION: Resolution No. 99-23098 adopted. Kevin Smith to handle.

 

C7H Commission Memorandum No. 211-99

A Resolution Authorizing the Mayor and City Clerk to Execute the Second Maintenance Contract Renewal to the Memorandum of Agreement (MOA), Contract No. B-A986, with the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) for the Turf & Landscape Maintenance Services on I-195 (Julia Tuttle Causeway), from the East End of the Westernmost Bridge to Alton Road, for the Period of September 1, 1999 to August 31, 2000, at an Annual Cost of $150,000, to Be Paid to the City by FDOT.

Administration Recommendation: Adopt the Resolution.

(Parks and Recreation Department)

ACTION: Resolution No. 99-23099 adopted. Kevin Smith to handle.

 

C7I Commission Memorandum No. 212-99

A Resolution Approving and Authorizing the Mayor and City Clerk to Execute an Amendment to the Current Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) Maintenance Landscape Agreement with the City for the Julia Tuttle Causeway, to Reimburse the City in the Amount of $57,260 for the Cost of Replacing Landscape Plants That Were Damaged as a Result of Automobile Accidents, Natural Disasters and Lethal Yellowing.

Administration Recommendation: Adopt the Resolution.

(Parks and Recreation Department)

ACTION: Resolution No. 99-23100 adopted. Kevin Smith to handle.

 

C7J Commission Memorandum No. 213-99

A Resolution Approving and Authorizing the Mayor and City Clerk to Execute an Amendment to the Current Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) Maintenance Landscape Agreement with the City for the MacArthur Causeway, to Reimburse the City in the Amount of $88,800 for the Cost of Replacing Landscape Plants That Were Damaged as a Result of Automobile Accidents, Natural Disasters and Lethal Yellowing.

Administration Recommendation: Adopt the Resolution.

(Parks and Recreation Department)

ACTION: Resolution No. 99-23101 adopted. Kevin Smith to handle.

 

C7K Commission Memorandum No. 214-99

A Resolution Authorizing the Administration to Issue Request for Proposals (RFP) No. 44-98/99, for a Mobile Computing Solution for the Miami Beach Police Department.

Administration Recommendation: Adopt the Resolution.

(Police Department)

ACTION: Resolution No. 99-23102 adopted. Mike Rath to issue RFP. Chief Barreto and Kay Randall to handle.

 

C7L Commission Memorandum No. 215-99

A Resolution Approving and Authorizing the City Manager, and All Necessary City Personnel, to Enter into the Option 2 Settlement for De Minimis Parties Relative to the Case of Petroleum Products Corporation Superfund Site Cooperating Parties Group v. Dan Burns Oldsmobile, et al, U.S. District Court, Southern District of Florida, Case No. 94-7206-CIV-HIGHSMITH.

Administration Recommendation: Adopt the Resolution.

(Public Works)

ACTION: Resolution No. 99-23103 adopted. Julio Grave de Peralta and Legal Department to handle.

 

End of Consent Agenda

REGULAR AGENDA

 

R5 - Ordinances

R5A Commission Memorandum No. 216-99 Supplemental Materials Agenda

An Ordinance Amending Miami Beach City Code Chapter 90, Entitled "Solid Waste" by Amending Section 133 Entitled "Single Utility Billing", by Excluding Residential Town Houses and Duplexes and Condominium Units from the Definition of Commercial Units Subject to the Sanitation Commercial Impact Fee, Retroactive to September 19, 1998; Providing for Codification and Severability; Repealing All Ordinances in Conflict Therewith; and Providing an Effective Date. 10:45 a.m. Public Hearing, Second and Final Reading

Administration Recommendation: Reject the Ordinance.

(City Manager's Office)

(First Reading 3/3/99)

ACTION: Public hearing held. Motion to open and continue the item made by Commissioner Liebman; seconded by Commissioner Cruz; ballot vote: 4 opposed (Vice-Mayor Gottlieb and Commissioners Dermer, Shapiro and Smith); 2 in favor: Commissioners Cruz, and Liebman; absent: Mayor Kasdin. Motion failed.

Discussion continued.

Ordinance No. 99-3177 adopted. Motion made by Commissioner Shapiro; seconded by Commissioner Dermer; Commissioner Liebman requested to amend the motion to remove the retroactive provision. Commissioner Shapiro declined the amendment. ballot vote: 4 in favor (Vice-Mayor Gottlieb and Commissioners Dermer, Shapiro and Smith); 1 opposed: Commissioner Liebman; absent: Mayor Kasdin and Commissioner Cruz.

Vice-Mayor Gottlieb requested that the entire fee structure be analyzed for inequities.

Commissioner Smith stated that perhaps a workshop or a referral to the Finance and Citywide Projects Committee to investigate the fee inequities should be done. Commissioner Gottlieb suggested that this can be investigated during the next budget cycle. Ronnie Singer and Patricia Walker to handle.

Handouts:

1. Speakers List

2. Sample Condominium Costs Chart

 

R5B Commission Memorandum No. 217-99

An Ordinance Amending Chapter 106 of the Miami Beach City Code Entitled "Traffic and Vehicles", Amending Article VII Entitled "Cruising", Amending Sections 106-306 Entitled "Purpose", 106-307 Entitled "Findings", 106-308 Entitled "Definitions", and 106-311 Entitled "Signs to be Posted; Warning Notice", All for the Purpose of Expanding the Application of Article VII to Washington Avenue in Addition to Ocean Drive; Providing for Severability, Providing for Repealer; Providing for Codification, and Providing for an Effective Date. First Reading

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

(City Manager's Office)

ACTION: Ordinance approved on first reading. Motion made by Commissioner Liebman; seconded by Commissioner Cruz; ballot vote: 6-0; Mayor Kasdin absent. Second reading and public hearing scheduled for April 14th at 10:30 a.m. R. Parcher to publish notice. Judy Hoanshelt to place on agenda.

 

R5C Commission Memorandum No. 218-99

An Ordinance Amending Miami Beach City Code Chapter 25, Entitled "Offenses - Miscellaneous", Amending Section 25-59.3, Entitled "Bicycling, Skate-Boarding, Roller Skating, In-Line Skating and Motorized Means of Transportation; Definitions; Prohibited Activities; Exemptions; Responsibilities of Bicyclists and Skaters; Penalties", by Providing for Amended Definitions and by Amending Prohibited Activities; Providing for Severability and Codification; Repealing All Ordinances in Conflict Therewith; and Providing for an Effective Date. First Reading

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

(City Manager's Office)

ACTION: Discussion held. Ordinance not approved. Commissioner Dermer felt that there should already be an ordinance(s) which can be used to enforce vandalizing or defacing of public property.

Commissioner Liebman requested the Legal Department develop a list of ordinances which could be used to prevent vandalism or defacing public property. Legal Department to handle.

 

R5D Commission Memorandum No. 219-99

An Ordinance Amending the Code of the City of Miami Beach by: Amending Section 14-71 Entitled Temporary Structure by Deleting Reference to Temporary Structure Used for the Sale or Rental of Real Estate; and Providing for a Repealer, Inclusion in the Code, Severability; and an Effective Date. 10:30 a.m. Public Hearing, Second and Final Reading

Administration Recommendation: Adopt the Ordinance.

(Planning Department)

(First Reading 3/3/99)

ACTION: Public hearing held. Ordinance No. 99-3178 adopted. Motion made by Commissioner Liebman; seconded by Commissioner Smith; ballot vote: 6-0; absent: Mayor Kasdin. Dean Grandin and Al Childress/Phil Azan to handle.

 

R5E Commission Memorandum No. 220-99

An Ordinance Amending the Code of the City of Miami Beach, Florida, Amending Chapter 118 Entitled "Administration and Review Procedures", Amending Section 118-192 Entitled "Review Guidelines" by Adding a Review Criteria Addressing the Geographic Concentration of Uses; Amending Chapter 142 Entitled "Zoning Districts and Regulations", Section 142-273 Entitled "Conditional Uses", Section 142-303 Entitled "Conditional Uses", Section 142-333 Entitled "Conditional Uses" and Section 142-693 Entitled "Permitted Uses" by Adding Video Game Arcades to the List of Commercial Establishments Requiring Conditional Use Approval in the CD- 1, CD-2, CD-3, C-PS1, C-PS2, C-PS3 and C-PS4 Commercial Zoning Districts; Providing for Inclusion in the Code of the City of Miami Beach, Florida; 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 2/17/99)

ACTION: Public hearing held. Ordinance No. 99-3179 adopted. Motion made by Commissioner Liebman; seconded by Commissioner Cruz; ballot vote: 6-0; absent: Mayor Kasdin. Dean Grandin and Al Childress to handle.

 

R5F Commission Memorandum No. 221-99

An Ordinance Amending the Code of the City of Miami Beach, Florida, Amending Chapter 142 Entitled "Zoning Districts and Regulations", Section 142-272 Entitled "Main Permitted Uses", Section 142-302 Entitled "Main Permitted Uses", Section 142-332 Entitled "Main Permitted Uses" and Section 142-693 Entitled "Permitted Uses" by Prohibiting Tattoo Parlors, Body Piercing Establishments, Commercial Fortunetellers, Spiritual Advisors and Similar Establishments on the First Floor in the CD-1, CD-2, CD-3, C- PS1, C-PS2, C-PS3 and C-PS4 Zoning Districts; Providing for Inclusion in the Code of the City of Miami Beach, Florida; Repealer; Severability; and an Effective Date. 2:01 p.m. Public Hearing, Second and Final Reading

Administration Recommendation: Adopt the Ordinance.

(Planning Department)

(First Reading 2/17/99)

ACTION: Discussion held. Public hearing opened and continued to April 28th at 10:30 a.m. and referred to the Washington Avenue Task Force for review and comments. Motion made by Commissioner Cruz; seconded by Commissioner Liebman; voice vote: 4 in favor: (Vice-Mayor Gottlieb, Commissioners Cruz, Liebman and Smith); 2 opposed (Commissioners Dermer and Shapiro); absent: Mayor Kasdin. Ronnie Singer to handle. Judy Hoanshelt to place on April 28th Agenda.

 

R5G Commission Memorandum No. 222-99

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 Classifications for Those Areas Identified in the Chart and Map; Amending the Affected Portions of the City's Official Zoning District Map to Correspond with These Changes as Adopted by the City Commission; Providing for Repealer, Severability and an Effective Date. 5:01 p.m. Public Hearing, First Reading

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

(Planning Department)

(Scheduled on 3/3/99)

ACTION: First reading Public Hearing held. Ordinance approved on first reading as amended. Motion made by Commissioner Liebman to approve the ordinance with the amendments listed below; seconded by Commissioner Cruz; ballot vote:6-0; absent: Mayor Kasdin.

Note: Commissioner Shapiro filed a FORM 8B (memorandum of voting conflict for county, municipal, and other local public officers) for Area 13.

Area 6 & 7: Motion made by Commissioner Cruz to change the Zoning District Map on the two areas west of and behind the two municipal parking lots from RO to CD-2; seconded by Commissioner Smith; ballot vote: 2-4 (2 in favor Commissioners Smith and Cruz); opposed: (Vice-Mayor Gottlieb; Commissioners Dermer, Liebman, and Shapiro); absent: Mayor Kasdin. Motion fails.

Area #23: Motion made by Commissioner Cruz to change the Zoning District Map from RO to CD-1; seconded by Commissioner Dermer; voice vote: 5-1; opposed: Commissioner Liebman; absent: Mayor Kasdin. Motion approved.

Area # 34: Motion made by Commissioner Smith to change the Zoning District Map specifically the triangle area or Yeshiva property from RM-1 to CD-2. The remainder of area #34 will be changed to RM-1; seconded by Commissioner Dermer; voice vote: 5-1; opposed: Commissioner Liebman; absent: Mayor Kasdin. Motion approved.

Area #36: Motion made by Commissioner Smith to change the Zoning District Map from RM-2 to CD-2; seconded by Commissioner Cruz; voice vote: 6-0; absent: Mayor Kasdin. Motion approved.

Second reading and the second Public Hearing will be scheduled in or around June 1999 in order to allow for transmittal and review of the Comprehensive Plan amendment by Florida Department of Community Affairs. Dean Grandin to transmit to Community Affairs. R. Parcher to publish notice when notified by the Planning Department. Judy Hoanshelt to place on a future agenda.

Handout:

1. Resolution of the Miami Beach Chamber of Commerce Board of Governors in support of the designation of the Palm View Historic District.

2. Letter to Mayor and Commissioners dated March 16, 1999 from J.F. Donnelly.

3. 3 pictures of constructions site on Bay Road submitted by Carter McDowell.

4. Speakerís list.

 

R5H Commission Memorandum No. 223-99

An Ordinance Amending the Future Land Use Map for Those Areas Identified in the Chart and Map; Providing for Exclusion of Certain Properties Subject to a Development of Regional Impact or Development Agreement as More Particularly Provided Herein; Clarifying the Impact of this Ordinance on That Certain Property Commonly Known as the South Pointe Ocean Parcel; Directing Transmittals of this Ordinance and All Applicable Documents to Affected Agencies; Providing for Repealer, Severability, Inclusion in the Comprehensive Plan and an Effective Date. 5:01 p.m. Public Hearing, First Reading

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

(Planning Department)

(Scheduled on 3/3/99)

ACTION: First reading Public Hearing held. Ordinance approved on first reading as amended. Motion made by Commissioner Cruz to approve the ordinance with the amendments listed below; seconded by Commissioner Shapiro; ballot vote: 6-0; absent: Mayor Kasdin.

Note: Commissioner Shapiro filed a FORM 8B (memorandum of voting conflict for county, municipal, and other local public officers) for Area 13.

Area # 10: Motion made by Commissioner Cruz to change the Future Land Use Map from RM-2 to RM-3; seconded by Commissioner Smith; voice vote: 6-0; absent: Mayor Kasdin. Motion approved.

Area #23: Motion made by Commissioner Smith to change the Future Land Use Map from RO to CD-1; seconded by Commissioner Dermer; voice vote: 5-1; opposed: Commissioner Liebman; absent: Mayor Kasdin. Motion approved.

Area # 34: Motion made by Commissioner Smith to change the Future Land Use Map specifically the triangle area or Yeshiva property from RM-1 to CD-2. The remainder of area #34 will be changed to RM-1; seconded by Commissioner Dermer; voice vote: 5-1; opposed: Commissioner Liebman; absent: Mayor Kasdin. Motion approved.

Area #36: Motion made by Commissioner Smith to change the Future Land Use Map from RM-2 to CD-2; seconded by Commissioner Cruz; voice vote: 6-0; absent: Mayor Kasdin. Motion approved.

Second reading and the second Public Hearing will be scheduled in or around June 1999 in order to allow for transmittal and review of the Comprehensive Plan amendment by Florida Department of Community Affairs. Dean Grandin to transmit to Community Affairs. R. Parcher to publish notice when notified by the Planning Department. Judy Hoanshelt to place on a future agenda.

Handout:

1. Resolution of the Miami Beach Chamber of Commerce Board of Governors in support of the designation of the Palm View Historic District.

2. 3 pictures of constructions site on Bay Road submitted by Carter McDowell.

3. Speakerís list.

 

R5I Commission Memorandum No. 224-99

An Ordinance Establishing a Temporary Moratorium for 180 Days on the Approval and/or Issuance of Building Permits, Certificates of Use, Occupational Licenses, Design Review Approvals, Variance Approvals, and Other Development Approvals Which Would Be Inconsistent with the Main Permitted Uses in the Residential/Office (RO) District; Said Moratorium Shall Be Effective in the Following Limited Areas in the Commercial Low Intensity (CD-1) and Commercial Medium Intensity (CD-2) Districts:

A) The West 75 Feet of Lots 7 and 8, Block 35 of Ocean Beach Addition #3 (Currently Zoned CD-2);

B) Those Properties Fronting on the East Side of Pennsylvania Avenue, from Eleventh Street on the North, to the South Lot Line of Lot 4, Block 35 of Ocean Beach Addition #3 on the South (Currently Zoned CD-2);

C) Those Properties Fronting on the West Side of Drexel Avenue, from Fourteenth Street on the North, to Twelfth Street on the South (Currently Zoned CD-1); and

D) Those Properties Fronting on the East Side of Alton Road, from Fourteenth Street on the North, to Twelfth Street on the South (Currently Zoned CD-1)

(The "Subject Areas" Identified in the Map), and Shall Automatically Dissolve upon the Earlier of the Expiration of the 180-Day Period or Upon the Denial by the City Commission of a) Amendments To the City's Zoning Map to Rezone the Subject Areas to RO, or b) Amendments to the Future Land Use Map of the City's Comprehensive Plan to Redesignate the Subject Areas to RO; Providing for Certain Exemptions from the Moratorium; Providing for Review Procedures; Providing for Repealer, Severability and Providing for an Effective Date. 5:01 p.m. Public Hearing, First Reading

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

(Planning Department)

(Scheduled on 3/3/99)

ACTION: Public hearing held. Ordinance approved on first reading. Motion made by Commissioner Liebman; seconded by Commissioner Smith; ballot vote: 6-0;. absent: Mayor Kasdin. Second reading and public hearing scheduled for April 14th at 2:15 p.m.. R. Parcher to publish notice. Judy Hoanshelt to place on agenda.

Handout:

1. Letter to Mayor and Commissioners dated March 16, 1999 from J.F. Donnelly.

 

R6 - Commission Committee Reports

R6A Commission Memorandum No. 225-99

Report on the Land Use and Development Committee Meeting of March 8, 1999: 1) Discussion on Draft RFP for Public Pay Telephones and Proposed Draft Amendments to City Code Regarding Public Pay Telephones; 2) Discussion on the Directional Signage for Lincoln Road and Zoning to Prohibit Additional Nightclubs on Lincoln Road; 3) Discussion to Organize a Neighborhood Charette to Develop a Comprehensive Plan for Development, Infrastructure and Use in the Historic Museum District; and, 4) Discussion Regarding Proposed Redevelopment Plans for the Bath Club Property.

ACTION: Report presented by Commissioner Liebman.

#1. The next committee date changed from April 19th to April 20th.

#2. Deferred to April 19th should be changed to April 20th.

#4. Attorney Harold Rosen, representing the Peebles Atlantic Development Corporation, presented a proposal to the Commission for the purchase and development of the Bath Club property to luxury hotel/resort and residences. Mr. Rosen requested the Commission be the applicant for a zoning change from RM1 to RM3. Discussion held. At the recommendation of the City Manager, the City Commission advised the applicant that the regular process needs to be followed. Applicant to file the application.

 

R6B Verbal Report on the Neighborhood Committee Meeting of March 16, 1999 regarding the 63rd Street Flyover/Indian Creek Drive Intersection.

ACTION: Vice-Mayor Gottlieb requested a full presentation be made at the April 14th Commission meeting and to notify the homeowners associations. Julio Grave de Peralta to handle. Judy Hoanshelt to place on agenda.

 

R7 - Resolutions

R7A Commission Memorandum No. 226-99

A Resolution Accepting and Authorizing the Implementation of the Proposed Relocation Plan "B" for City Offices, to 555 - 17th Street and Historic City Hall, upon Expiration and Subsequent Termination of the Existing Leases at that Location; Further Authorizing the Administration to Work and Assist the Affected Cultural Organizations (Lessees) and to Explore Relocating to Alternate City-Owned Facilities.

1. Revised page 350 of Agenda Package: Relocation Plan "B" - Supplemental Materials Agenda

2. New Chart: relocation Plan "A" vs. Plan "B" - Supplemental Materials Agenda

Administration Recommendation: Adopt the Resolution.

(Asset Management)

ACTION: Discussion held. Motion was made by Commissioner Liebman directing the Administration to start the process of renovating city buildings for the relocation of city offices and to preserve cultural facilities at 17th Street; seconded by Commissioner Cruz. (Essentially, Plan "A" with the City Manager to make moves as he sees fit.) Discussion continued.

The motion was amended by Commissioner Cruz to give the cultural organizations in the 555 - 17th Street building 18 months to develop alternative plan to relocate to other facilities. Amendment accepted by Commissioner Liebman.

The motion was clarified by Mayor Kasdin to, essentially, approve Plan "A" which provides for the existing cultural organizations to use the existing space at 17th Street and directing the Administration and the Cultural Arts Council to develop a plan over the next 18 months to relocate the cultural groups. The plan should include an analysis of the economic costs and funding sources. The Administration directed to relocate City offices into City facilities as needed.

Resolution approving "Plan B" not adopted. Resolution No. 99-23104 adopted as amended. Voice vote: 7-0. Joe Damien to handle.

Handouts:

1. Sherry Faith, President, Florida Motion Picture & Television Association ref: PAN / "Kids Talk"

2. Speakerís List

 

R7B Commission Memorandum No. 227-99

A Resolution Authorizing the Mayor to Execute the Lease between 711 Deco, Inc. and the City of Miami Beach Dated June 20, 1997, and Directing the City Manager to Identify Funding of Approximately $60,000 from the Ultimate User Department, Seeking Subsequent Appropriation Authorization, to Pay the City's Net Cost of Building Out Approximately 3,000 Square Feet of Space Leased by the City at 701-725 5th Street in the City of Miami Beach, Florida; and Providing an Effective Date.

Administration Recommendation: Adopt the Resolution.

(Asset Management)

ACTION: Resolution No. 99-23105 adopted. Motion made by Vice-Mayor Gottlieb; seconded by Commissioner Smith; voice vote: 6-0; absent: Commissioner Cruz.

 

R7C City Attorney Commission Memorandum No.

A Resolution regarding a Settlement of Federal Lawsuit Styled William Thomas Skinner vs. City of Miami Beach, United States District Court, Southern District, Case No. 97-1355 CIV MORENO.

(City Attorney's Office)

(Documents in Legal - To be Submitted)

ACTION: The following was read into the record by Chief Deputy City Attorney Donald Papy:

This is a reverse discrimination case brought by Lt. William Skinner, a non-Hispanic, against the City because of the appointment of Leonard Alamo, a Hispanic, to the position of Captain in the police department in September 1996.

Lt. Skinner sued to obtain the Captain position, back pay, pain and suffering damages, costs and attorney fees, claiming that he was not selected because of his ethnicity (i.e. that he is not Hispanic).

On February 17, prior to the start of trial, which was anticipated to take 8 days, because of the additional costs, risks, and exposure to the City, the City Attorney's office reached a tentative settlement proposal with the Plaintiff and his attorneys, subject to approval by the Commission, which contains the following terms:

1. Non-admission of liability.

2. No back pay or compensatory damages.

3. Non-retaliation provision.

4. That Plaintiff remain as a Lieutenant but hereafter receive a supplement to his salary equal to the difference between a Lieutenant's pay and Captain's pay (as if he had been appointed in September 1996). Any overtime Plaintiff that works, as a lieutenant, which is ordinarily compensated separately, would be credited to the City in the supplement. Additionally, Plaintiff would have full access to a City car, as do Captains, rather than the restricted FOP car he now has.

5. Pay reasonable attorney fees and costs--determined through mediation or by the Court.

 

The City Attorney's office recommended approval of the settlement.

City Manager Sergio Rodriguez stated that both he and Chief Barreto, agree that Lt. Skinner should not receive the pay of a Captain unless he is a Captain. The City Manager then suggested that if there is a settlement, Mr. Skinner should be appointed to the rank of Captain and that he would then have the same benefits and responsibilities as all other Captains in the department (replacing paragraph 4). As part of the settlement, the City Manager recommended appointing Lt. Skinner to the rank of police captain.

Resolution No. 99-23106 adopted. Motion made by Commissioner Smith to accept the settlement proposed by the City Attorneyís office, as modified by the City Managerís recommendation; seconded by Commissioner Cruz; voice vote: 6-0; absent: Mayor Kasdin.

 

 

R7D Commission Memorandum No. 228-99

A Resolution Requesting that the Metropolitan Planning Organization and the Florida Department of Transportation Extend the Proposed Tunnel Segment of the East-West Multimodal Corridor Project, from its Presently-Planned East Terminus, the Port of Miami, to South Pointe in Miami Beach, Thereby Making the Beach Connection a Part of the Project's First Minimum Operative Segment (MOS-1), and Meeting the Regional Transportation Needs of the Miami Beach Residents, Commuters and Visitors.

Administration Recommendation: Adopt the Resolution.

(Community/Economic Development)

ACTION: Resolution No. 99-23107 adopted. Motion made by Commissioner Liebman; seconded by Commissioner Smith; voice vote: 4-1 (opposed: Commissioner Shapiro); absent: Mayor Kasdin and Commissioner Dermer. Christina Cuervo to handle.

Handout: East-West Multimodal Corridor / Description of Projects / Florida Department of Transportation / May 1997

 

R7E Commission Memorandum No. 229-99

A Resolution Appropriating $1,275,000 from the South Pointe Redevelopment Trust Fund for the Payment of the Capital Cost of 115 Parking Spaces, Together with Bathroom and Laundry Facilities, in the Garage at the Yacht Club at Portofino, Appropriating $101 for the Single Installment of Base Rent for the Initial 101-Year Term of the Lease, and Appropriating $84,000 for the Proportionate Share of Operating Expenses for the First Year as Provided in the Lease; and Providing for an Effective Date. Joint City Commission and Redevelopment Agency

Administration Recommendation: Adopt the Resolution.

(Community/Economic Development)

ACTION: Resolution No. 99-23108 adopted. Motion made by Commissioner Liebman; seconded by Commissioner Smith; voice vote: 6-0; absent: Mayor Kasdin. Christina Cuervo to handle.

 

R7F Commission Memorandum No. 230-99

A Resolution Approving a List of Priority Projects to be Presented to Miami-Dade County for Funding from Road Impact Fee Revenues in the Current Year and for Inclusion in the Year 2000 Transportation Improvement Program (TIP).

Administration Recommendation: Adopt the Resolution.

(Public Works)

ACTION: Deferred to the April 14th Commission meeting. Judy Hoanshelt to place on agenda.

 

R7G Memorandum from Commissioner Nancy Liebman

A Resolution Supporting a Clarification of or Amendment to Senate Bill 1704.

Recommendation: Adopt the Resolution.

(Requested by Commissioner Nancy Liebman)

ACTION: Deferred to the April 14th Commission meeting. Judy Hoanshelt to place on agenda.

City Clerk's Note: "Amendment to exempt pay phones from current state statutes which limits municipalities to a 1% fee cap charged to telecommunication companies."

R9 - New Business and Commission Requests

R9A Commission Memorandum No. 231-99

Board and Committee Appointments for the Meeting of March 17, 1999.

(City Clerk's Office)

ACTION: The following direct appoint was announced.

Tourist and Convention Center Expansion Authority:

Christiane Bomeny (term expires 12/31/2000) Commissioner Cruz

1. Commission Memorandum No. 232-99

Appointment of a Member to the Miami Beach Cultural Arts Council to Fill a Vacancy.

(Arts, Culture and Entertainment)

ACTION:

1. Evan Clark Reynolds appointed to the Miami Beach Cultural Arts Council. Term expires 12/31/1999. Ballot vote: 4 in favor; 2 for Kathryn Orosz, Mayor Kasdin absent.

Handouts: Ballots: vote on MBCAC.

Motion made by Commissioner Liebman extending the terms through April 28th of those board members who terms were to expire December 31, 1998 unless a new appointment is made; seconded by Vice-Mayor Gottlieb; voice vote: 6-0; absent: Mayor Kasdin.

 

R9B Discussion regarding Proposals by Urban Watch and Others to Alter the Elevation of I-395 from the MacArthur Causeway to Become a Boulevard.

(Requested by Vice-Mayor Susan Gottlieb)

ACTION: Discussion held. Motion made by Commissioner Liebman stating that the City of Miami Beach is not in support of the report prepared by Urban Watch; seconded by Commissioner Dermer; voice vote: 6-0; absent: Mayor Kasdin. Julio Grave de Peralta to prepare resolution. R. Parcher to forward to Miami-Dade County Commission and FDOT. Resolution No. 99-23109 adopted.

 

R10 - City Attorney Reports

R10A Closed Executive Session.

Pursuant to Section 286.011, Florida Statutes, a Closed Executive Session will be held during lunch recess of the City Commission meeting in the City Manager's large conference room, Fourth Floor, City Hall, to discuss possible settlement for the following case:

William Thomas Skinner vs. City of Miami Beach. United States District Court, Southern District, Case No. 97-1355 CIV MORENO.

The following individuals will be in attendance: Mayor Neisen Kasdin; Members of the Commission: Simon Cruz, David Dermer, Susan Gottlieb, Nancy Liebman, Martin Shapiro and Jose Smith; City Attorney Murray H. Dubbin, City Manager Sergio Rodriguez, and Chief Deputy City Attorney Donald Papy.

ACTION: Executive Session was announced and held.

 

End of Regular Agenda

 

Reports and Informational Items

A Commission Memorandum No. 233-99

Status Report on the Cultural Campus.

(City Manager's Office)

ACTION: Written report submitted.

 

B Commission Memorandum No. 234-99

Status Report on the Washington Avenue Task Force - February 1999.

(City Manager's Office)

ACTION: Written report submitted.

 

C Commission Memorandum No. 235-99

Report on Parking for the Miami City Ballet.

(City Manager's Office)

ACTION: Written report submitted.

 

D Commission Memorandum No. 236-99

Information Technology Services Division Director.

ACTION: Mr. M. Kay Randall was introduced by the City Manager.

 

E Commission Memorandum No. 237-99

Public Hearings Before the March 23, 1999 Planning Board Meeting are as Follows: 1) Mango's Tropical Cafe Requests Conditional Use Approval in Order to Operate a Neighborhood Impact Establishment at 900 Ocean Drive; 2) Presentation of the Designation Report and Recommendation to the City Commission regarding the Zoning Ordinance Amendment for the Creation of the Proposed Palm View Historic District; 3) An Ordinance Amending the Code of the City of Miami Beach, Florida, Amending Chapter 130 Entitled "Off Street Parking", Section 130-68 Entitled "Commercial and Noncommercial Parking Garages" by Clarifying the Requirements for Architectural Compatibility of Parking Garages as a Main Use in Residential Zoning Districts; by Allowing Commercial Uses in the First Floor Frontage of Such Parking Garages Located in an RM-2 District and Adjacent to an RM-3 District; by Liming the Residential or Commercial Space Associated with Such Parking Garages to 25% of the Total Area of the Garage; 4) Discussion regarding Permitting Bed and Breakfasts as Conditional Uses in Certain Specified Single-Family Residential Areas; and, 5) Discussion regarding Permitting Religious Institutions as Conditional Uses in Certain Specified Single-Family Residential Areas.

(Planning Department)

ACTION: Written report submitted.

 

F Commission Memorandum No. 238-99

Status Report on the Progress of North Beach Construction.

(Public Works)

ACTION: Written report submitted.

G Commission Memorandum No. 239-99

Update on FPL's Frequent Power Outages and Plan to Meet Future Electrical Demand.

(Public Works)

ACTION: FPL representative Althea Player presented the plan to the Commission and addressed the concerns raised. Specifically, the Commission expressed concern about the improvements proposed by FPL in the area of the golf course and the conflict of the schedule with the POW WOW convention scheduled for May 1999. Vice-Mayor Gottlieb expressed dissatisfaction with FPL for removing the landscaping and trees from the golf course and requested that Administration replace the trees as soon as possible. City Manager stated that the digging of trenches and the laying of cable should be done in small segments (200' -400') and one segment should be fully restored before the next segment is started. The Administration and FPL to work together to minimize the impact on residents and visitors.

 

Miami Beach Redevelopment Agency

Commission Chambers, 3rd Floor, City Hall

1700 Convention Center Drive

March 17, 1999 - 10:00 a.m.

Chairman of the Board Neisen O. Kasdin

Member of the Board Simon Cruz

Member of the Board David Dermer

Member of the Board Susan F. Gottlieb

Member of the Board Nancy Liebman

Member of the Board Martin Shapiro

Member of the Board Jose Smith

Executive Director Sergio Rodriguez

Assistant Director Christina M. Cuervo

Assistant Director Mayra Diaz Buttacavoli

General Counsel Murray H. Dubbin

Secretary Robert E. Parcher

AGENDA

1. ROLL CALL

2. OLD BUSINESS

A. Redevelopment Agency Memo No. 99-13

Status Report on the Cobb Project.

ACTION: Discussion held. Commissioner Dermer questioned if the City can extricate itself from the agreement and if the City was obligated to take control of the condominium under the agreement. The City Attorney to research the City's legal obligation and to meet with Assistant City Manager Christina Cuervo. Motion was made by Commissioner Dermer to defer the report to the next Commission meeting; seconded by Commissioner Smith; voice vote: 4-0; absent: Mayor Kasdin and Commissioners Cruz and Shapiro. Judy Hoanshelt to place on April 14th agenda.

3. NEW BUSINESS

A. Redevelopment Agency Memorandum No. 99-14

A Resolution Appropriating $1,275,000 from the South Pointe Redevelopment Trust Fund for the Payment of the Capital Cost of 115 Parking Spaces, Together with Bathroom and Laundry Facilities, in the Garage at the Yacht Club at Portofino, Appropriating $101 for the Single Installment of Base Rent for the Initial 101-Year Term of the Lease, and Appropriating $84,000 for the Proportionate Share of Operating Expenses for the First Year as Provided in the Lease; and Providing for an Effective Date. Joint City Commission and Redevelopment Agency

ACTION: Heard in conjunction with Commission item R7E.

Discussion held. Resolution No. 316-99 adopted. Motion made by Commissioner Liebman; seconded by Commissioner Cruz; voice vote: 6-0; absent: Mayor Kasdin. Christina Cuervo to handle.

 

End of Agenda

The Commission meeting was adjourned at 8:15 p.m.