City of Miami Beach - City Commission Meeting
Commission Chambers, 3rd Floor, City Hall
1700 Convention Center Drive
June 7, 2000

 

 

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AFTERACTION

CONSENT AGENDA

PA1 Proclamation to the Cultural Attaché of France, Fete De La Musique Day.

PA2 Certificate of Apprec/2000 Special Olympics State Summer Games.

PA3 Certificate of Apprec/Bert Soden, Scott Reynolds and John Baltz.

PA4 New Item: Certificate of Apprec/Silver Knight Awards Recipients.

C2A PO, Print Police Department Operation Manuals, $39,925.56

C2B BA 55-99/00, Flow Meters and Replacement Parts, $60,000.

C4A Ref: Planning Board - Review Current Zoning, Fisher Island.

C4B Ref: Planning board - Modifications to Parking Impact Fee Ordinance.

C7A Grant: Miami-Dade Cultural Affairs Council, Festival of the Arts 2001.

C7B Appropriate $50,000, Quality of Life/Resort Tax, 2000 Music Series.

C7C Submit Grant Application, Lyle Subdivision, Bath Club Property.

C7D Submit Grant Application, State of Florida, Log Cabin Training Program.

C7E Appropriate $60,000, Star Island Improvements.

C7F Approve Promissory Note from Chamber of Comm. re: Parking Impact Fees

C7G Set Public Hearings, Amendments to Comprehensive Plan, LDR.

C7H Set Public Hearings, Amendments to FLUM and Zoning Map.

C7I Eighth Amendment to Police Confiscation Trust Fund, FY 99/00, $70,403.

C7J S-Appropriate $25,000, DERM Grant, Flagler Memorial Island.

C7K Joint, Amendment #2, AM Stern Agmt, $76,640, King Parcel North.

C7L Joint, Amendment #3, AM Stern Agmt, $134,090, Collins Park Master Plan.

C7M Joint, Amendment #4, AM Stern Agmt, $26,867, Cultural Campus/Library.

C7N S-Waive Competitive Bid, Extend Current Agmt, Bus Shelters. 5/7

C7O S-Issue RFP, Placement of Bus Shelters.

REGULAR AGENDA

R5A 10:45 a.m., 2nd Rdg, Pension Board Exercise Independent Judgment.

R5B 11:00 a.m., 2nd Rdg, Amend Classified Salary Ordinance.

R5C 11:15 a.m., 2nd Rdg, Amend Unclassified Ordinance.

R5D 11:30 a.m., 2nd Rdg, Amend Committee for Quality Education.

R5E 1st Rdg, Covenants in Lieu of Unity of Title. 5/7

R5F 1st Rdg, Clarify/Expand Requirements of Equitable Estoppel. 5/7

R5G 1st Rdg, Disclosure of Interest Requirements.(Dermer/Smith)

R5H 3:00 p.m., 1st Rdg, Temp. 90 Day Moratorium, Pay Telephone Permits. 5/7 A

R6A D-Verbal Report: Community Affairs Comm. Mtg Report of 6/6/00.1

R6B Finance and Citywide Projects Comm. Mtg Report of 6/6/00.

R6C Audit Committee Report of 6/1/00.

R7A 10:30 a.m., Open/Cont Execute Amended Lease Agmt, Jewish Community Ctr.

R7B Joint, Amend Agmt, Coastal Systems, re: 17 & 18th St. Improvements.

R7C 3:30 p.m., Appr. Issuance, Not to Exceed $120M Health Facilities Bonds.

R7D Appropriate $1,323,718 for Renovation of 12th & 13th Street Garages.

R7E Designate Brownfields Area. (Bower)

R7F 10:35 a.m., County to Reschedule Reconstruction of 23rd Street.

R7G 10:35 a.m., Accept Results of Traffic Studies,63rd Street Intersection.

R9A Board and Committee Appointments.

R9A1 Housing Authority Vacancy

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

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

R9C Report: New Debit Card Pkg Meter System. (Dermer)

R9D Disc. Creation of a 'Thomas Edison' Award. (Garcia)

R9E Disc. Create Senior Crime Task Force. (Garcia)

R9F 2:30 p.m., School Board Pres., Beach High School Renovations. (Kasdin)

R9G 2:15 p.m., Disc. Community Affairs Committee Mtg Report, May 24, 2000.

R9H 4:00 p.m., Report: City Manager's Selection Committee.

R9I 9:01 a.m., Disc: Rescheduling the June 21, 2000 City Commission Mtg.

R10A W-Closed Executive Session: West Side Partners Ltd.

REPORTS AND INFORMATIONAL ITEMS

A City Attorney's Status Report.

B Parking Status Report.

C 2:00 p.m., Rpt on the City's Priorities, 2000 State Legislative Session.

 

REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY ITEMS - 10:00 A.M.

2A Status Report: Loews Hotel, Anchor Shops, Royal Palm Crowne Plaza.

2B Monthly Report on Parking, Anchor Shops & Parking, April 2000.

3A Rpt on Itemized Revenues & Expenditures, RDA, Month Ended April 2000.

3B Joint, Amend Agmt, Coastal Systems, re: 17 & 18th St. Improvements.

3C Joint, Amendment #2, AM Stern Agmt, $76,640, King Parcel North.

3D Joint, Amendment #3, AM Stern Agmt, $134,090, Collins Park Master Plan.

3E Joint, Amendment #4, AM Stern Agmt, $26,867, Cultural Campus/Library.

 

Call to Order - 9:32 a.m.

Inspirational Message and Pledge of Allegiance

Requests for Additions, Withdrawals, and Deferrals

PA - Presentations and Awards

9:41a

PA1 Presentation of a Proclamation to the Cultural Attaché of France declaring June 18, 2000 "Fete De La Musique Day" on Miami Beach.

(Arts, Culture and Entertainment)

ACTION: Proclamation presented.

HANDOUT:

1. Program for Music Day, June 18, 2000

2. Business card of Delia Mata-Ciampoli, PhD, Cultural Attache, Republique Francaise

 

9:46a

PA2 Certificate of Appreciation regarding the 2000 Special Olympics State Summer Games.

(City Manager's Office)

(Deferred from May 24, 2000)

ACTION: Certificate presented.

 

9:50a

PA3 Proclamations to be Presented to Lifeguard Bert Soden, Lieutenant Scott Reynolds and Lifeguard John Baltz for Heroism and Valor. (Page 1)

(City Manager's Office)

ACTION: Proclamations presented.

HANDOUT: Letter from Heffrey G. Davies and Family / and Friends dated May 8, 2000, RE: Miami Beach Lifeguards

 

ADD- ON ITEM:

PA4 Certificates of Appreciation to be presented to Silver Knight Awards Recipients. Miami Beach Senior High School.

ACTION: Certificates presented.

CONSENT AGENDA

Consent agenda approved. Motion made by Commissioner Bower; seconded by Commissioner Garcia; Voice vote: 6-0; Absent: Commissioner Liebman.

 

C2 - Competitive Bid Reports

C2A Commission Memorandum No. 445-00

Request for Approval to Issue a Purchase Order to Prison Rehabilitative Industries and Diversified Enterprises, Inc., (PRIDE) Enterprises in the Amount of $39,925.56, Pursuant to Section 287.042, Florida Statutes, for the Printing of Police Department Operation Manuals.

Administration Recommendation: Approve the award.

(Police Department)

ACTION: Award authorized. Gus Lopez to issue a Purchase Order. Chief Barreto to handle.

 

C2B Commission Memorandum No. 446-00

Request for Approval to Award a Contract to AMJ Equipment Corporation in the Estimated Annual Amount of $60,000, Pursuant to Bid No. 55-99/00 for the Purchase of Flow Meters and Replacement Parts.

Administration Recommendation: Approve the award.

(Public Works)

ACTION: Award authorized. Matthew Schwartz to handle.

 

C4 - Commission Committee Assignments

10:00a

C4A Referral to the Planning Board - Review of the Current Zoning for Fisher Island.

(Requested by Mayor Neisen Kasdin)

ACTION: Separated for discussion. Discussion held. Motion made by Commissioner Liebman to refer the item to the Planning Board; seconded by Commissioner Bower; Voice Vote: 6-1. Opposed: Commissioner Garcia. Jorge Gomez to place on Planning Board Agenda.

 

10:12a

C4B Commission Memorandum No. 462-00

Referral to the Planning Board - Modifications to the Parking Impact Fee Ordinance.

(Planning Department)

ACTION: Separated for discussion. Referral denied. Motion made by Commissioner Cruz to deny the referral; seconded by Commissioner Smith with the narrow exception that not-for profit organization which provide a Government use and which are acceptable to the City be exempt from Parking Impact Fees; Commissioner Cruz did not accept the Amendment. Motion to deny seconded by Commissioner Dermer; Voice Vote: 5-2; Opposed: Mayor Kasdin and Commissioner Liebman.

City Attorney to work with Commissioner Smith to develop ordinance language to carve out the narrow exception of not-for-profit and provides a government use.

C7 - Resolutions

C7A Commission Memorandum No. 447-00

A Resolution of the Mayor and City Commission of the City of Miami Beach, Florida, Approving and Authorizing the City Manager, or His Designee, to Submit a Grant Application to the Miami Dade County Cultural Affairs Council for Funding Consideration under the 2000-2001 Festival and Special Events Grants Program, for Support to the Miami Beach Fine Arts Board Festival of the Arts 2001, in an Amount Not to Exceed $45,000; Accepting the Grant, If Awarded; and Appropriating the Awarded Funds in Compliance with the Terms of the Grant.

Administration Recommendation: Adopt the Resolution.

(Arts, Culture and Entertainment Department)

ACTION: Resolution No. 2000-23947 adopted. James Quinlan to handle.

 

C7B Commission Memorandum No. 448-00

A Resolution Appropriating up to $50,000 in City of Miami Beach (North Beach) Quality of Life/Resort Tax Funds from Fiscal Year 1998/99 for the Nine-Week Summer 2000 Music Series to be Held in North Beach and on Lincoln Road.

Administration Recommendation: Adopt the Resolution

(City Manager's Office)

ACTION: Resolution No. 2000-23948 adopted. Patricia Walker and Ronnie Singer to handle.

 

C7C Commission Memorandum No. 449-00

A Resolution Authorizing the City Manager, or His Designee, to Submit an Application to the Florida Communities Trust for a Grant in the Amount of $2,200,000 to Defray the Cost of Acquiring a Land Parcel Containing Lots 6-13 and 15-21 of the Lyle Subdivision and Tract 2 of the Bath Club Property, and to Appropriate the Funds If Awarded.

Administration Recommendation: Adopt the Resolution.

(Community and Economic Development)

ACTION: Resolution No. 2000-23949 adopted. Christina Cuervo to handle.

 

C7D Commission Memorandum No. 450-00

A Resolution Authorizing the Submission of an Application, in the Amount of $669,496, to the State of Florida, Department of Children and Families Services (CFS), for Continuation of Funding of the Log Cabin Training Center, for the Following Programs: the Developmental Training Program, Consisting of an Independent Living Skills Program; Supported Employment Training Program; Transportation Services; and the Supported Independent Living Program; All Programs Designed to Benefit Developmentally Disabled Adults; Appropriating Said Funds, If Approved; and Authorizing the City Manager to Execute Any and All Contract(s), Including Amendments, for the Final Grant Award(s), from the Period of July 1, 2000, to June 30, 2001.

Administration Recommendation: Adopt the Resolution.

(Community/Economic Development)

ACTION: Resolution No. 2000-23950 adopted. Christina Cuervo to handle.

 

C7E Commission Memorandum No. 451-00

A Resolution Appropriating Funds in the Amount of $60,000 Available from the City's General Fund Undesignated Fund Balance to Be Reimbursed from the Future General Obligation (GO)Bond Issue for Landscape Improvements to Star Island, as Specified in the 1999 General Obligation Bond Program; Said Funds to be Expended in Advance by the Star Island Homeowners Association And Reimbursed by the City of Miami Beach Based on a Review and Approval of All Costs Deemed to Be Fair and Reasonable by the Administration, Based on Prevailing Cost of Construction, Materials and Labor for the South Florida Area at the Time of the Expenditure.

Administration Recommendation: Adopt the Resolution.

(Parks and Recreation Department)

ACTION: Resolution No. 2000-23951 adopted. Kevin Smith to handle.

 

10:46a

C7F Commission Memorandum No. 452-00

A Resolution Approving the Acceptance of a Promissory Note from the Miami Beach Chamber of Commerce, Inc., in the Form Attached, for Parking Impact Fees in Connection with the Construction of the Miami Beach Visitors Information Center.

Administration Recommendation: Adopt the Resolution

(Planning Department)

ACTION: Separated for discussion. Discussion held. Resolution No. 2000-23952 adopted. Motion made by Vice-Mayor Dermer to deny the promissory note; seconded by Commissioner Smith; Voice Vote: 1-6; Opposed: Mayor Kasdin, Commissioners Bower, Cruz, Garcia, Liebman, Smith.

Motion made by Commissioner Liebman to approve the promissory note; seconded by Commissioner Bower; Voice Vote: 6-1; Opposed Vice-Mayor Dermer. Patricia Walker to handle.

 

C7G Commission Memorandum No. 453-00

A Resolution Setting the Second Reading Public Hearings to Consider Proposed Amendments to the Comprehensive Plan and the Land Development Regulations Consisting of: Environmental Protection/Greenways (Comprehensive Plan Amendment); Transportation Concurrency Management Areas (TCMAs) (Comprehensive Plan Amendment); Hotels as Permitted Uses in RM-1 and CD-2 (Land Development Regulations Ordinance) and Hotels as Permitted Uses in RM-1 (Comprehensive Plan Amendment).

Administration Recommendation: Adopt the Resolution.

(Planning Department)

ACTION: Resolution No. 2000-23953 adopted. Public Hearing scheduled for July 12, at 2:00 P.M., 2:01 P.M., 2:02 P.M., and 2:03 P.M. Jorge Gomez to handle. R. Parcher to notice. Judy Hoanshelt to place on Commission Agenda.

 

C7H Commission Memorandum No. 454-00

A Resolution Setting Public Hearings to Consider Proposed Amendments to the Future Land Use Map and the Official Zoning Map with Regard to 1733 Michigan Avenue.

Administration Recommendation: Adopt the Resolution.

(Planning Department)

ACTION: Resolution No. 2000-23954 adopted. Public Hearings scheduled for July 12, 2000 at 2:30 P.M. and 2:31 P.M. Jorge Gomez to handle. R. Parcher and Jorge Gomez to notice.

Note: 30-day mail notice of public hearing required must be marked by Friday, June 9th. Requires only one reading and public hearing (First and Only- less than 10 acres).

 

C7I Commission Memorandum No. 455-00

A Resolution Adopting the Eighth Amendment to the Police confiscation Trust Fund for Fiscal Year 1999/00, in the Amount of $70,403 funded from the Proceeds of State Confiscation Funds.

Administration Recommendation: Adopt the Resolution

(Police Department)

ACTION: Resolution No. 2000-23955 adopted. Chief Barreto to handle.

 

11:05a

C7J Commission Memorandum No. 456-00

A Resolution Appropriating $25,000 from Special Projects Account No. 1996915000343, to Serve as Matching Funds with $25,000 from the Miami-Dade County Department of Environmental Resources Management, for a $42,500 Grant from the Florida Inlet Navigation District, for the Stabilization and Re-landscaping of the Flagler Memorial Island, if Awarded.

Administration Recommendation: Adopt the Resolution.

(Public Works)

ACTION: Separated for discussion. Discussion held. Resolution No. 2000-23956 adopted. Motion made by Commissioner Bower; seconded by Commissioner Garcia; Voice Vote: 6-0; Absent: Commissioner Liebman. Matthew Schwartz to handle.

Landscape planning needs to be done in consultation with the Fire Department.

 

C7K Commission Memorandum No. 457-00

A Resolution Approving and Authorizing the Mayor and City Clerk to Execute Amendment No. 2, in the Amount of $76,640, to the Professional Services Agreement for Architectural and Engineering Services with Robert A.M. Stern Architects, for the Cultural Campus/Regional Library Project, for Additional Services to Redesign the Service Areas of the Proposed Library Building in Order to Accommodate Any Future Development of the King Parcel North of the Site.

Administration Recommendation: Adopt the Resolution.

(Public Works)

ACTION: Heard in conjunction with RDA Item 3C. Separated for discussion. Resolution No. 2000-23957 adopted. Motion made by Commissioner Liebman; seconded by Commissioner Bower; Voice Vote: 7-0. Mayra Diaz Buttacavoli and Jorge Chartrand to handle.

 

C7L Commission Memorandum No. 458-00

A Resolution Approving and Authorizing Amendment No. 3, in the Amount of $134,090, to the Professional Services Agreement for Architectural and Engineering Services with Robert A.M. Stern Architects for the Cultural Campus/Regional Library Project, for Additional Services to Complete the Design and Perform Construction Administration on the Collins Park Portion of the Previously Approved Master Plan.

Administration Recommendation: Adopt the Resolution.

(Public Works)

ACTION: Heard in conjunction with RDA Item 3D. Separated for discussion. Resolution No. 2000-23958 adopted. Motion made by Commissioner Liebman; seconded by Commissioner Bower; Voice Vote: 7-0. Mayra Diaz Buttacavoli and Jorge Chartrand to handle.

 

C7M Commission Memorandum No. 459-00

A Resolution Approving and Authorizing the Mayor and City Clerk to Execute Amendment No. 4, in the Amount of $26,867, to the Professional Services Agreement for Architectural and Engineering Services with Robert A.M. Stern Architects for the Cultural Campus/Regional Library Project, for Additional Construction Administration Services on Phase I and Phase II of the Streetscape Portion of the Project.

Administration Recommendation: Adopt the Resolution.

(Public Works)

ACTION: Heard in conjunction with RDA Item 3E. Separated for discussion. Resolution No. 2000-23959 adopted. Motion made by Commissioner Liebman; seconded by Commissioner Bower; Voice Vote: 7-0. Mayra Diaz Buttacavoli and Jorge Chartrand to handle.

 

11:12a

C7N Commission Memorandum No. 460-00

A Resolution Approving by 5/7ths Vote, the Waiver of Formal Competitive Bidding, and Authorizing the Negotiation of an Extension of the Current Agreement with Eller Media Inc. for Placement of bus Shelters on the Public Right-of-Way and on City Properties.

Administration Recommendation: Adopt the Resolution.

(Public Works)

ACTION: Separated for discussion. Resolution not adopted. Motion made by Vice-Mayor Dermer to deny the adoption of the resolution; seconded by Commissioner Bower; Voice Vote: 7-0.

 

C7O Commission Memorandum No. 461-00

A Resolution Approving and Authorizing the Administration to Issue of a Request for Proposals (RFP) for the Placement of Bus Shelters on the Public Right-of Way and on City Properties.

Administration Recommendation: Adopt the Resolution.

(Public Works)

ACTION: Motion made by Commissioner Bower to refer to the Land Use and Development Committee; seconded by Commissioner Liebman; Voice Vote: 7-0. Jorge Gomez to place on committee agenda.

 

End of Consent Agenda

REGULAR AGENDA

 

R5 - Ordinances

R5A City Attorney Commission Memorandum No. 463-00

An Ordinance Amending Ordinance No. 1901 Which Created the Retirement System for General Employees by Amending Section 8.01, Entitled "Investments" to Conform to the Amended Related Special Acts Approved by Referendum November 2, 1999, Authorizing the Pension Board to Exercise Independent Judgment in Allocating and Investing Funds; Providing for a Repealer, Severability, Retroactivity and an Effective Date. 10:45 a.m., Public Hearing, Second Reading

Administration Recommendation: Adopt the Ordinance

(Human Resources/Labor Relations)

(First Reading May 24, 2000)

ACTION: Ordinance No. 2000-3247 adopted. Motion made by Commissioner Bower; seconded by Commissioner Smith. Ballot vote: 7-0. Mary Greenwood and Margaret Arculeo to handle.

 

R5B Commission Memorandum No. 464-00

Ordinance Amending Ordinance No. 789, the Classified Salary Ordinance Establishing the Classifications of 911 Communications Records Custodian, Building Services Technician, Lead Mechanic and Park Ranger; Increasing by 3% as of May 8, 2000, the Minimum and the Maximum of the Salary Range for Classifications Represented by Each Classification in Group VI, Being Other Classifications in the Classified Service Not Covered by a Bargaining Unit, and Group I, Being the American Federation of State, County, and Municipal Employees. 11:00 a.m., Public Hearing, Second Reading

Administration Recommendation: Adopt the Ordinance.

(Human Resources Department)

(First Reading May 24, 2000)

ACTION: Ordinance No. 2000-3248 adopted. Motion made by Commissioner Bower; seconded by Commissioner Liebman; Ballot Vote: 7-0. T. C. Adderly to handle.

 

R5C Commission Memorandum No. 465-00

Ordinance Amending Ordinance No. 1605, the Unclassified Employees Salary Ordinance, by Establishing the Classifications of Assistant Director - Sanitation, Building Records Supervisor, Central Services Coordinator, Civic Call Customer Service Liaison, Communications Manager, Database Administrator, Elder Affairs Coordinator, Landscape Architect, Project Planner Designer, Property Management Contracts Coordinator, and Transportation and Concurrency Manager; Amending the Titles of the Classifications of Domestic Violence Coordinator to Victim's Advocate, Property Management Supervisor to Assistant Division Director - Property Management; and Increasing by 3% as of May 2000, the Minimum and the Maximum Salary of Each Classification in the Unclassified Salary Ordinance and Recreating the Classification of Registrar and Risk Manager. 11:15 a.m., Public Hearing, Second Reading

Administration Recommendation: Adopt the Ordinance.

(Human Resources Department)

(First Reading May 24, 2000)

ACTION: Ordinance No. 2000-3249 adopted. Motion made by Commissioner Bower; seconded by Commissioner Liebman; Ballot Vote: 7-0. T. C. Adderly to handle.

 

R5D Commission Memorandum No. 466-00

An Ordinance Amending Chapter 2 Entitled "Administration," by Amending Article III, Division 27, Entitled "Committee for Quality Education in Miami Beach Schools" by Amending Section 2-190.130 to Provide for Representatives Selected by the Parent Teacher Association of Each Feeder Pattern School and Providing for Two Additional Ex-Officio Members; Providing for Repealer, Severability, Codification, and an Effective Date. 11:30 a.m. Public Hearing, Second Reading

Administration Recommendation: Adopt the Ordinance

(Office of Children's Affairs)

(First Reading May 24, 2000)

ACTION: Ordinance No. 2000-3250 adopted. Motion made by Commissioner Bower; seconded by Commissioner Smith. Ballot vote: 7-0. Maria Ruiz and Robert Parcher to handle.

 

6:01

R5E Commission Memorandum No. 467-00

Ordinance - Covenants in Lieu of Unity of Title

An Ordinance Clarifying the Requirement of a Unity of Title for Certain Developments; Authorizing the Planning Director to Accept Covenants in Lieu of Unity of Title, in a Form Acceptable to the City Attorney; Specifying the Provisions of Such a Covenant, Subject to Waiver by the Planning Director if not Applicable to the Subject Property; Providing for an Easement and Operating Agreement; Providing for Waiver of Nonuse Variances Created Solely by Different Ownerships in the Parcel Subject to the Covenant; Providing for Inclusion in the Code of the City of Miami Beach, Florida; Providing for Repealer, Severability and an Effective Date. First Reading

Administration Recommendation: Approve the Ordinance on First Reading and Schedule a Second Reading Public Hearing.

(Planning Department)

ACTION: Ordinance passed on first reading. Motion made by Commissioner Smith; seconded by Commissioner Liebman. Ballot vote: 7-0. Public hearing scheduled for July 12, 2000 at 11:15 am. Robert Parcher to notice. Judy Hoanshelt to place on the agenda. Jorge Gomez to handle.

Commissioner Bower requested to clarify the process. How do City board and committees stay informed? She also requested an L.T.C. which defines the process.

Jorge Gomez to send to Historic Preservation Board between first and second reading.

 

R5F Commission Memorandum No. 468-00

Ordinance - Equitable Estoppel

An Ordinance Amending the Land Development Regulations of the Code of the City of Miami Beach, by Amending Chapter 118, Article III, Entitled "Amendment Procedures", by Amending Section 118-169 to Clarify and Expand the Requirements for Equitable Estoppel by Adding Certificate of Appropriateness to the List of Development Approvals that Qualify for Equitable Estoppel; Providing for Inclusion in the City Code; Providing for Repealer, Severability and an Effective Date. First Reading

Administration Recommendation: Approve the Ordinance on First Reading and Schedule a Second Reading Public Hearing.

(Planning Department)

ACTION: Ordinance passed on first reading. Motion made by Commissioner Smith; seconded by Commissioner Bower. Ballot vote: 7-0. Second reading on July 12, 2000 at 11:30 am. Robert Parcher to notice. Judy Hoanshelt to place on the agenda. Jorge Gomez to handle.

 

6:25 p

R5G Commission Memorandum No. 469-00

An Ordinance Amending Miami Beach City Code Chapter 2 Entitled "Administration", Article VII Thereof Entitled "Standards of Conduct", Amending Code Section 2-450 Entitled "Disclosure of Interest in Business" by Imposing Specific Disclosure Requirements Therein with Regard to City Personnel's Interest in Businesses Which Are Subject to the Regulation of or Doing Business with the City of Miami Beach, Establishing "Definitions", and "Penalties"; Providing for Repealer, Severability, Codification and an Effective Date. First Reading

Administration Recommendation: Approve the Ordinance on First Reading and Schedule a Second Reading Public Hearing.

(Requested by Vice-Mayor David Dermer and Commissioner Jose Smith)

ACTION: Ordinance not approved on first reading.

Motion made by Commissioner Garcia; seconded by Commissioner Bower; to refer to the Community Affairs Committee. Voice vote: 7-0. Judy Hoanshelt to place on the agenda.

 

ADDENDUM

ACTION: Motion made by Commissioner Bower; seconded by Commissioner Liebman to place on the agenda by 5/7 vote as an emergency item; Voice vote: 7-0.

R5H City Commission Memorandum No. 484-00

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 Public Hearing (3:00 p.m.)

Recommendation: Approve the Ordinance on First Reading and Schedule a Second Public Hearing and Final Reading.

(Public Works)

ACTION: Ordinance approved on first reading. Motion made by Commissioner Liebman; seconded by Commissioner Smith; Ballot vote: 7-0. Second reading and public hearing scheduled for July 12, 2000 at 5:00 pm. Robert Parcher to notice. Judy Hoanshelt to place on agenda. Legal Department to handle.

 

R6 - Commission Committee Reports

R6A Verbal Report from the Community Affairs Committee Meeting of June 6, 2000: 1) Reconsideration of Proposal to Rename a Street in Honor of Rabbi Jeremiah Burstyn, Founder of the Talmudic University and Yeshiva; 2)Proposal to Rename One Block of Espanola Way Between Collins and Washington to George Tamsitt Way; 3) Proposal to Rename the Collins Park Complex District; and, 4) Formulation of a Policy Regarding the Waiver of Rental Fees. (Page 241)

ACTION: Deferred.

 

R6B Finance and Citywide Projects Comm. Mtg. Report of 6/6/00.

ACTION: Report discussed. Motion by Commissioner Liebman to accept the report; seconded by Commissioner Cruz; Voice vote: 7-0.

Motion to reconsider the vote to accept the report; seconded by Commissioner Bower; Voice vote: 6-0; Absent: Commissioner Cruz.

Motion to defer the report to July 12, 2000 made by Commissioner Bower; seconded by Commissioner Dermer; Voice vote: 6-0; Absent: Commissioner Cruz. Judy Hoanshelt to place on the agenda.

HANDOUT: Written report distributed at the meeting.

 

R6C Audit Committee Report of 6/1/00.

ACTION: Written report presented at the Commission meeting. At the meeting held on June 1, 2000, Mr. Laurie Holtz stated that this was all past history and that for the future, the City should work to obtain expert advice and guidance from an outside computer consultant. City Administration stated that an RFP will be issued and cautioned that we should be wary of the many opportunists out there. Kay Randall to handle.

R7 - Resolutions

R7A Commission Memorandum No. 470-00

A Resolution Authorizing the Mayor and City Clerk to Execute an Amended and Consolidated/Restated Lease Agreement Between the City of Miami Beach and Jewish Community Center, Inc. For a Parcel of Land and Facilities Located in Wofford Park at 4221 - 4229 Pinetree Drive, Miami Beach, Florida for Use as a Community Recreational and Services Center Further Confirming the Development Regulations That Apply to the Site and Waiving by 5/7ths Vote the Public Bidding and Appraisal Requirements, Pursuant to Section 82-39 of the City Code, Finding Said Waiver to Be in the Best Interest of the City. 10:30 a.m., Public Hearing

Administration Recommendation: Open and Continue to the next City Commission meeting.

(City Manager's Office)

ACTION: Motion made by Commissioner Smith to Open and Continue to July 12 at 10:45; seconded by Commissioner Bower; voice vote: 7-0. Judy Hoanshelt to place on agenda.

 

HANDOUT:

1. Letter from Irving Cypen to Lawrence Levy, dated June 1, 2000, RE: Jewish Community Center Hearing on June 7, 2000

 

R7B Commission Memorandum No. 471-00

A Resolution Authorizing the Mayor and City Clerk to Approve an Amendment in the Amount of $44,000 to the Professional Services Agreement with Coastal Systems International, Inc., in Order to Provide for Completion of Construction Drawings and Permitting of the 17th and 18th Street Street-End Improvements as well as to Provide for Construction Management Services in Connection with the Street-End Improvements and the Beachwalk Project; and Appropriating $44,000 from Available Series 1996B Tax Increment Bond Revenue Funds for said Purpose. Joint City Commission and Redevelopment Agency

Administration Recommendation: Adopt the Resolution

(Community/Economic Development)

ACTION: Resolution No. 2000-23960 adopted. Heard in conjunction with RDA item #3D. Motion made Commissioner Liebman; seconded by Commissioner Bower; Voice vote: 6-0; Absent: Commissioner Smith. Christina Cuervo to handle.

 

3:58 p

R7C Commission Memorandum No. 472-00

A Resolution Approving the Issuance of Not To Exceed $120,000,000 Principal Amount of City of Miami Beach Health Facilities Authority Hospital Revenue Bonds, Series 2000A (Mount Sinai Medical Center of Florida Project), and Not to Exceed $90,000,000 Principal Amount of City of Miami Beach Health Facilities Authority Hospital Revenue Bonds, Series 2000B (Mount Sinai Medical Center of Florida Project), by the City of Miami Beach Health Facilities Authority, Including the Approval Required by Section 147 (F) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986, as Amended; Providing That Said Bonds Shall Not Constitute a Debt, Liability or Obligation of the City or the State of Florida or Any Political Subdivision Thereof but Shall Be Payable Solely from the Revenues Provided Therefor; and Providing an Effective Date.

Administration Recommendation: Adopt the Resolution.

(Finance Department)

ACTION: Resolution No. 2000-23961 adopted. Commissioner Bower; seconded by Commissioner Smith; Voice vote: 6-0; Mayor Neisen Kasdin abstained. Patricia Walker to handle.

Commissioner Garcia expressed concern about being on the Board of Trustees Miami Heart: City Attorney opined no conflict.

Commissioner Liebman expressed concern about being a Founder of Mount Sinai Hospital: City Attorney opined no conflict.

City Clerk's Note: Mayor Neisen Kasdin completed form 8B. Memorandum of voting conflict filed with meeting.

 

R7D Commission Memorandum No. 473-00

A Resolution Approving the Appropriation of $685,711 from Parking Revenue Bond Fund 481 to Work Order 2113 for the Estimated Costs of Renovation of the 12th Street Municipal Garage; and $638,007 from Parking Revenue Bond Fund 481 to Work Order 2078 for the Estimated Costs of Renovation of the 13th Street Municipal Garage, for a Combined Estimated Construction Cost of $1,323,718 for the Planned Rehabilitation and Renovation of the 12th and 13th Street Municipal Garages.

Administration Recommendation: Adopt the Resolution.

(Parking Department)

ACTION: Resolution No. 2000-23962 adopted. Motion made by Commissioner Bower; seconded by Commissioner Garcia; Voice vote 5-0; Absent: Commissioner Cruz and Commissioner Smith. Patricia Walker and Jackie Gonzalez to handle.

 

5:54

R7E Commission Memorandum No. 474-00

A Resolution Designating the Area Bounded by 6th Street to the North, 5th Street to the South, Alton Road to the West and Lenox Avenue to the East, as a Brownfield Area to Promote the Environmental Restoration and Economic Redevelopment of the Area.

Administration Recommendation: Adopt the Resolution.

(Public Works)

ACTION: Resolution No. 2000-23963 adopted. Motion made by Commissioner Smith; seconded by Commissioner Bower; Voice vote 6-0; Absent: Mayor Neisen Kasdin. Matthew Schwartz to handle.

Item sponsored by Commissioner Bower.

 

11:20 a

R7F Commission Memorandum No. 475-00

A Resolution Requesting That, under the District 8 Road Impact Fee Program, Miami-Dade County Reschedule a Reconstruction Project for the 23rd Street Bridge over Collins Canal, in the Amount of $2 Million, from FY 2000-01 to FY 2002-03; Such Postponement to Avoid Creating Major Disruption and Inconveniences to the General Public, as a Result of the Implementation of Three Critical Miami Beach Projects: the Bridge Under Construction at Meridian Avenue over Collins Canal, the Collins Avenue Reconstruction from Lincoln Road to 26th Street; and the Road Enhancement Projects on Washington Avenue; and Further Requesting That, in FY 2000-01, the County Program at Least $400,000 for Intersection Improvements; and in FY 2001-02, an Additional $400,000 for Resurfacing Projects at Various Locations, as Specified in the Adopted Miami Beach List of RIF Project Priorities.

Administration Recommendation: Adopt the Resolution.

(Transportation and Concurrency)

ACTION: Resolution No. 2000-23964 adopted. Motion made by Commissioner Smith; seconded by Commissioner Bower; Voice Vote: 5-0; Absent: Vice Mayor Dermer and Commissioner Liebman. Joseph Johnson to handle.

 

11:22 a

R7G Commission Memorandum No. 476-00

A Resolution Accepting the Results of Two Independent Evaluations, Conducted by Carr Smith Corradino and Miller Consulting, Inc., of the Traffic Studies and Project Alternatives Prepared by FDOT for the Intersection of Indian Creek Drive at 63rd Street; Endorsing the FDOT-proposed At-grade Project as the Best Solution Available for the Intersection, as Recommended by the City's Transportation and Parking Committee; Requesting that the FDOT Work Program Be Amended to Combine the At-grade Project with the 63rd Street Bridge Repair and Rehabilitation Project, Which Is Scheduled for Construction in FY 2003-04; and Further Requesting That, in the Interim, FDOT Improve the Signalization at the Roadway Approaches to the Intersection, and Install New Traffic Controllers in the Area to Ensure Appropriate Synchronization and Improved Traffic Flow.

Administration Recommendation: Adopt the Resolution.

(Transportation and Concurrency)

ACTION: Resolution No. 2000-23965 adopted. Motion made by Commissioner Liebman; seconded by Bower; Voice vote: 5-2; opposed: Vice Mayor Dermer and Commissioner Smith. Joseph Johnson to handle.

Commissioner Smith stated that the signalization and calming measures the City Commission suggested should be implemented and that the southbound traffic flow should be analyzed.

 

R9 - New Business and Commission Requests

R9A Commission Memorandum No. 482-00

Boards and Committees Appointments.

(City Clerk's Office)

ACTION: Appointments made:

Safety Committee:

Danny Vaisman: term expires 12/31/2001 appointed by Commissioner Smith.

Health Facilities Authority;

Motion made by Commissioner Bower to appoint Arthur Unger; seconded by Commissioner Liebman; Voice vote: 7-0.

Arthur Unger (accountant) term expires 6/19/2004 City Commission.

Visitors and Convention Authority;

Ballot vote:

Stanley K. Shapiro term expires 12/31/2001** City Commission

Antoinette Zell term expires 12/31/2001** City Commission

** City Commission needs to stagger them. Robert Parcher to place item on July 12 agenda.

HANDOUT:

1. Letter from Elsie Sterling Howard, Chair, Miami Beach Visitors and Convention Authority to Robert Parcher, dated June 5, 2000, RE Board appointment recommendation

2. Ballots.

 

3:45 p

R9A1 Housing Authority Vacancy.

(Requested by Mayor Neisen Kasdin)

ACTION: Deferred. Motion made by Commissioner Bower; seconded by Commissioner Smith to defer this item. No vote taken.

Discussion continued. Item deferred by Mayor Neisen Kasdin.

Commissioner Cruz expressed concern over the lack of information about the problems at the Housing Authority. Motion made by Commissioner Bower; to refer to the Community Affairs Committee; seconded by Commissioner Smith; Voice vote: 7-0. Judy Hoanshelt to place on the agenda.

2:38 p

R9B(1) Dr. Stanley Sutnick Citizens' Forum. (1:30 p.m.)

ACTION:

Ms. Bonita Argos expressed concerned about Hyde Park closing. She was concerned of only 3 Publix Supermarkets available in our community. Christina Cuervo to handle.

Ms. Donnelly expressed her concern about not being able to install signage on her property to keep pedestrians out. She stated that her neighbor who has a revocable permit is not paying the annual fee. She also requested that the City replace the signs which the City removed. Matthew Schwartz to handle.

HANDOUT: Revocable permits

Ms. Bunnie Patchen (1) Gave an update on the Miami Dade County Aviation Noise Task Force. (2) She stated that 2057 North Bay Road had received citation by Building and Code Compliance Departments as an unsafe abandoned structure. The building is not secure. The City of Miami Beach needs to take action. Al Childress to handle.

HANDOUT:

1. Booklet: Plane Facts About Aircraft Noise

2. Newspaper advertisement MIA's new flight paths ease life for residents

3. Letter from Norman Hegedus, Noise Abatement Officer, Miami-Dade County to Bunny Patchen, dated January 24, 2000, RE: Noise level Readings - Miami Beach (1999)

4. Speakers List

Sheila Helman, President of Royal Atlantic Condominium, complained about traffic at 5th Street and Ocean Drive. She stated police are not there. This is a safety problem. Two exit lots and the residents are locked inside their building without the police to control traffic, they can't get in or out of their parking lot. Valet parking employees are also a concern. Initially Chief DeLucca offered assistance and it worked temporarily. City Manager suggested a curb to allow a right turn only when coming off from Ocean Drive or a triangular island. This problem needs to be looked at as a whole and created solutions needs to be identified. Commissioner Garcia has been trying to one way (North) Ocean Drive for three or four years. Making Ocean Drive one way could be a solution suggested by S. Helman and the City Manager. Commissioner Liebman expressed a one way would not be a good solution.

Ms. Helman thanked Jackie Gonzalez and Saul Frances for their assistance in reference to contacting bus companies thus reducing noise. Matthew Schwartz to handle.

Jo Asmundson complained about the fisherman on the Julia Tuttle Causeway. Every Sunday morning they unload their equipment and it looks like a fair ground. She also expressed concern that the people are walking on the mangroves and that she would like to see some type of enforcement. Matthew Schwartz to handle.

Morris Sunshine discussed the Hyde Park Supermarket closing. He requested the City Manager to apply the city's intellectual resources to save the store. He also expressed concern of the traffic on 5th and Ocean Drive. Assistant City Manager, Christina Cuervo, in responding to the Hyde Park Supermarket, spoken with the realtor and was informed that it was Hyde Park's decision to vacate, (Fleming Companies) within the next 60-90 days. The property owners don't know what is happening. The Administration is concerned and has asked the property owners and Hyde Park to keep the Administration informed.

 

R9B(2) Dr. Stanley Sutnick Citizens' Forum.

ACTION: Not reached.

 

R9C Commission Memorandum No. 477-00

Status Report on Debit Card - Parking Meters.

(Requested by Vice-Mayor David Dermer)

(Deferred from May 10, 2000)

ACTION: Vice Mayor Dermer requested this item to be placed on the June 28 Commission Agenda. Judy Hoanshelt to handle.

 

7:10

R9D Discussion regarding Creation of a 'Thomas Edison' Award.

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

(Deferred from May 10, 2000)

ACTION: Discussion held. Commissioner Garcia would like to present the Thomas Edison Award to employees who demonstrate a creative contribution in regards to the improvements to the City. He stated that employees would submit nominations. Commissioner Bower offered to assist in this project. Motion made by Commissioner Garcia to refer to the Community Affairs Committee; seconded by Commissioner Bower; Voice vote: 6-0; Absent: Commissioner Cruz. Judy Hoanshelt to place on the agenda. Mary Greenwood to work with Judy Hoanshelt.

 

R9E Discussion regarding the Creation of a Senior Crime Task Force.

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

(Deferred from May 10, 2000)

ACTION: Discussion held. Lawrence Levy, City Manager stated that Chief Barreto is delighted to create the Senior Crime Task Force. Motion made by Commissioner Garcia to confirm the creation of the Senior Task Force; seconded by Vice Mayor Dermer; Voice vote: 7-0. Chief Barreto to handle.

 

3:02 p

R9F School Board Presentation of Miami Beach Senior High School Renovations.

(Requested by Mayor Neisen Kasdin)

ACTION: Discussion held. Dr. Krop expressed his gratitude to Commissioner Garcia in reference to pointing out fire codes violations. He was disappointed that the State did a very poor job in the Capital Funding. Dr. Phillips gave a presentation on what the school administration will be presenting to the school board. There is a $15M Dollar line item for the 1st phase. It is their recommendation to the school board to fund the second phase on 2001/2002 fiscal year. Ms. Castro, school administration presented the new proposal.

A plan for Beach High compares the cost of building a new school versus renovating the existing school.

Commissioner Garcia invited all to the fund raiser at Feinberg/Fisher Elementary School which will be held next week.

HANDOUT:

1. Booklet titled: Miami Beach Senior May 31, 2000

 

3:36 p

R9G Discussion of Community Affairs Committee Meeting Report of May 24, 2000.

(Requested by Commissioner Luis R. Garcia)

ACTION: Discussion held. Commissioner Garcia stated that the decision made relative to the first floor of City Hall space plan was made at a commission meeting he was unable to attend.

Mayor Kasdin made a Motion to reconsider the vote taken at the May 24th Commission Meeting; seconded by Commissioner Smith; Voice vote: 6-0; Absent: Vice Mayor Dermer. Motion made by Commissioner Garcia to continue the discussion either on the July 12 or July 26 Commission Meetings; seconded by Commissioner Cruz; Voice vote: 6-0; Absent: Vice Mayor Dermer. Judy Hoanshelt to place on the agenda.

 

4:02 p

R9H Commission Memorandum No. 481-00

Report from the City Manager's Selection Committee.

(City Clerk's Office)

ACTION: Dr. Ron Berkman, Chairperson of the City Manager Blue Ribbon Selection Committee, gave an overview of the process used by this committee. Mr. Victor Diaz, a member of the selection committee gave additional comments.

Del Vecchio stated that the process was good but the deliberation were flawed.

Ms. Clautilda Luz spoke on the subject.

Mr. Joe Fontana stated that as a citizen he would like to make a recommendation to appoint the interim City Manager Lawrence Levy.

Mr. Stanley Shapiro expressed how proud he is of the City of Miami Beach and the Blue Ribbon Committee.

Motion made by Commissioner Cruz to nominate Jorge Gonzalez as the new City Manager; seconded by Commissioner Bower; Voice vote: 6-1; opposed; Commissioner Garcia. Motion by Commissioner Garcia to make the selection of Jorge Gonzalez unanimous; seconded by Commissioner Bower; Voice vote: 7-0.

Motion made by Commissioner Liebman to have Mayor Neisen Kasdin, Murray Dubbin, Dr. Birkman and DMG Maximus to negotiate a contract with Jorge Martinez; seconded by Commissioner Bower; Voice vote: 7-0.

City Manager Lawrence Levy will let the staff know about the new City Managers background.

HANDOUT:

1. Frank Del Vecchio: Criteria for City Manager Selection

2. Speakers List

 

R9I Discussion regarding Rescheduling the June 21, 2000 City Commission meeting.

(City Manager's Office)

ACTION: Motion made by Commissioner Smith to change the June 21 Commission Meeting to Wednesday, June 28; seconded by Commissioner Cruz; Voice vote: 6-0; Absent: Commissioner Bower. Robert Parcher to notice. Judy Hoanshelt to handle.

 

R10 - City Attorney Reports

R10A Commission Memorandum No.

Pursuant to Section 286.011, Florida Statutes, a Closed Executive Session will be held during lunch recess of the City Commission meeting on June 7, 2000, in the City Manager's large conference room, Fourth Floor, City Hall to discuss the following pending litigation:

West Side Partners, Ltd., a Florida limited partnership; East Coastline Development, Ltd., a Florida limited partnership; 404 Investments, Ltd., a Florida limited partnership; Azure Coast Development, Ltd., a Florida limited partnership; Beachwalk Development Corporation, a Florida corporation; Portofino Real Estate Fund, Ltd., a Florida limited partnership; St. Tropez Real Estate Fund, Ltd., a Florida limited partnership; and Sun & Fun, Inc., a Florida corporation, vs. City of Miami Beach, a Florida municipal corporation. Eleventh Judicial Circuit, General Jurisdiction, Case No. 98-13274 CA-30.

The following individuals will be in attendance: Mayor Neisen Kasdin; Members of the Commission: Matti H. Bower, Simon Cruz, David Dermer, Luis R. Garcia Jr., Nancy Liebman, and Jose Smith; City Attorney Murray H. Dubbin, City Manager Lawrence Levy, Deputy City Attorney Robert Dixon, First Assistant City Attorney Debbie Turner and Special Counsel Richard Ovelmen.

ACTION: Withdrawn.

 

Reports and Informational Items

A Commission Memorandum No. 478-00

City Attorney's Status Report.

(City Attorney's Office)

ACTION: Written report submitted.

 

B Commission Memorandum No.479-00

Parking Status Report.

(Parking Department)

ACTION: Written report submitted.

 

3:12 p

C Commission Memorandum No. 480-00

Report on the City's Priorities in the Year 2000 State Legislative Session.

(Community/Economic Development)

ACTION: Written report submitted. Mr. Gary Rutledge gave an oral report on the city's lobbyist activities Information provided in Memos 5/9 and 5/22/00. Funding priorities - Fire Station No. 2 received grant of $270,000 and $500,000 Colony Theatre cultural facilities grant were approved by the Legislatures, however they were not sustained. Beach restoration $282,000 is earmarked for City of Miami Beach, North Shore Park tennis and baseball complex received $100,000 and well as the other city library construction grant for $300,000.

Mayor Neisen Kasdin, on behalf of the commission thanked Mr. Rutledge for such a good job.

End of Agenda


Miami Beach Redevelopment Agency
Commission Chambers, 3rd Floor, City Hall
1700 Convention Center Drive
June 7 , 2000 - 10:00 a.m.

 

AGENDA

1. ROLL CALL

Mayor Kasdin, Vice-Mayor Dermer, Commissioners, Bower, Cruz, Garcia, Liebman and Smith were all present.

 

2. OLD BUSINESS

A. Redevelopment Agency Memorandum No. 00-41

Status Report on the Loews Miami Beach Hotel; the Anchor Shops at South Beach and Parking (16th Street Parking Garage); and the RDP Royal Palm Crowne Plaza Resort Hotel.

ACTION: Written report submitted.

 

B. Redevelopment Agency Memorandum No. 00-36

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

ACTION: Written report submitted.

 

3. NEW BUSINESS

A. Redevelopment Agency Memorandum No. 00-35

Report of the Itemized Revenues and Expenditures of the Miami Beach Redevelopment Agency for the Months Ended April 30, 2000.

(Distributed Under Separate Cover)

ACTION: Written report submitted.

 

B. Redevelopment Agency Memorandum No. 00-37

A Resolution Authorizing the Chairman and Members of the Miami Beach Redevelopment Agency to Approve an Amendment in the Amount of $44,000 to the Professional Services Agreement with Coastal Systems International, Inc., in Order to Provide for Completion of Construction Drawings and Permitting of the 17th and 18th Street Street-End Improvements as well as to Provide for Construction Management Services in Connection with the Street-End Improvements and the Beachwalk Project; and Appropriating $44,000 from Available Series 1996B Tax Increment Bond Revenue Funds for said Purpose. Joint City Commission and Redevelopment Agency

ACTION: Heard in conjunction with Agenda item R7B. RDA Resolution No. 351-2000.

Motion made by Commissioner Liebman; seconded by Commissioner Bower; Voice Vote: 6-0; Absent: Commissioner Smith. Christina Cuervo to handle.

 

C. Redevelopment Agency Memorandum No. 00-38

A Resolution Approving Amendment No. 2, in the Amount of $76,640, to the Architectural and Engineering Design Agreement with Robert A.M. Stern Architects (Architect), for the Cultural Campus/Regional Library Project, for Additional Services to Redesign the Service Areas of the Proposed Library Building in Order to Accommodate Any Future Development of the King Parcel North. Joint City Commission and Redevelopment Agency

ACTION: Heard in conjunction with Agenda item C7K. RDA Resolution No. 352-2000.

Motion made by Commissioner Bower; seconded by Commissioner Liebman; Voice Vote: 7-0. Mayra Diaz Buttacavoli and Jorge Chartran to handle.

 

D. Redevelopment Agency Memorandum No. 00-39

A Resolution Approving and Authorizing Amendment No. 3, in the Amount of $134,090, to the Professional Services Agreement for Architectural and Engineering Services with Robert A.M. Stern Architects for the Cultural Campus/Regional Library Project, for Additional Services to Complete the Design and Perform Construction Administration on the Collins Park Portion of the Previously Approved Master Plan. Joint City Commission and Redevelopment Agency

ACTION: Heard in conjunction with Agenda item C7L. RDA Resolution No. 353-2000.

Motion made by Commissioner Liebman; seconded by Commissioner Bower; Voice Vote: 7-0. Mayra Diaz Buttacavoli and Jorge Chartran to handle.

 

E. Redevelopment Agency Memorandum No. 00-40

A Resolution Appropriating Funds in the Amount of $26,687, from City Center Tax Increment Funds for Amendment No. 4 to the Architectural and Engineering Design Agreement with Robert A.M. Stern Architects for the Cultural Campus/Regional Library Project, for Additional Construction Administration Services on Phase I and Phase II of the Streetscape Portion of the Project. Joint City Commission and Redevelopment Agency

ACTION: Heard in conjunction with Agenda item C7M. RDA Resolution No. 354-2000.

Motion made by Commissioner Bower; seconded by Commissioner Liebman; Voice Vote: 7-0. Mayra Diaz Buttacavoli and Jorge Chartran to handle.

 

End of Agenda

Meeting Adjourned at 7:22 pm