City Of Boca Raton Sets Council Workshop Agenda

BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — The Boca Raton City Council has published its agenda for both the City Council Workshop for Monday, January 9th, and the City Council Meeting on January 10th. Both are open to the public. For more information, or links for applications, please visit the City of Boca Raton website by clicking here. BocaNewsNow.com, of course, is not affiliated with the City of Boca Raton.

*The Workshop Meeting will convene following the conclusion of the Community Redevelopment Agency Meeting that is scheduled to begin at 1:30 p.m.

1. PROCLAMATIONS/PRESENTATIONS:

A. Presentation – Marine Advisory Board re: Wildflower Property

2. BOARD INTERVIEWS:

A. Boca Raton Advisory Board for People with Disabilities

Applications

B. Boca Raton Housing Authority

Applications

C. Citizens’ Pedestrian & Bikeway Advisory Board

Applications

D. Code Enforcement Board

Applications

E. Community Appearance Board

Applications

F. Downtown Boca Raton Advisory Committee

Applications

G. Elder Affairs Advisory Board

Applications

3. PUBLIC REQUESTS:

(If you are planning to speak during public requests, please state your name and address for the record and limit your remarks to five (5) minutes.)
4. REVIEW OF REGULAR AGENDA ITEMS:

A. Questions relating to the agenda.

5. FUTURE AGENDA MATTERS/ITEMS OF COUNCIL/PUBLIC CONCERN:

6. CITY MANAGER REPORTS:

7. CITY ATTORNEY REPORTS:

8. MAYOR AND COUNCIL MEMBER REQUESTS AND REPORTS:

NOTICE

REGULAR WORKSHOP MEETINGS ARE HELD FOR THE PURPOSE OF DISCUSSION AND REVIEW OF ITEMS OF BUSINESS SCHEDULED FOR THE NEXT REGULAR MEETING. PUBLIC REQUESTS MAY BE MADE AT ALL REGULAR WORKSHOP MEETINGS. IF ANY SUCH REQUEST CALLS FOR FURTHER COUNCIL ACTION, THE COUNCIL SHALL DECIDE BY MAJORITY VOTE AT THE NEXT REGULAR MEETING WHETHER AND WHEN TO PLACE THE MATTER ON A COUNCIL MEETING AGENDA (Rule l.02-1, Section 2-27, Code of Ordinances).

Any person who acts as a lobbyist pursuant to City Code, Article V. Code of Ethics, Division 2, Lobbyist Registration, must register with the City Clerk prior to engaging in lobbying activities before City staff, boards, committees and / or the City Council, or any member thereof. Separate registration is required for each principal / client represented and each City matter. All registrations expire on December 31st of each calendar year and new registration is required. Forms are available from the City Clerk.

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CITY COUNCIL MEETING AGENDA (6PM January 10th, 2011).

1. INVOCATION:

2. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE TO THE FLAG:

3. ROLL CALL:

Mayor Susan Whelchel
Deputy Mayor Susan Haynie
Council Member Anthony Majhess
Council Member Michael Mullaugh
Council Member Constance Scott

4. AMENDMENTS TO THE AGENDA:

5. MINUTES:

A. Minutes of the Joint Meeting of the City Council and the Board of County Commissioners of December 7, 2011

Minutes

B. Minutes of the Regular Workshop Meeting of December 12, 2011

Minutes

C. Minutes of the Regular Meeting of December 13, 2011

Minutes

6. PROCLAMATIONS/PRESENTATIONS:

A. Proclamation – Michael Gelfand

Proclamation

7. APPOINTMENTS TO THE FOLLOWING BOARDS:

A. Boca Raton Advisory Board for People with Disabilities

Applications

B. Boca Raton Housing Authority

Applications

C. Citizens’ Pedestrian & Bikeway Advisory Board

Applications

D. Code Enforcement Board

Applications

E. Community Appearance Board

Applications

F. Downtown Boca Raton Advisory Committee

Applications

G. Elder Affairs Advisory Board

Applications

8. RESPONSES TO WORKSHOP INFORMATION REQUESTS:

9. CONSENT AGENDA:

(Prior to consideration of a motion to approve the Consent Agenda, the Mayor shall provide for public comment. Those items removed from the Consent Agenda will be considered immediately following the vote on the Consent Agenda or as otherwise directed by the City Council.)

A. Competitive Sealed Proposal

1) Distribution and Printing of Utility Services Billing; Requested by City Manager; CSG Systems, Inc.; $102,480

Competitive Sealed Proposal

B. Intergovernmental Agreements

1) Computer Desktops and Laptops (Replacements); Requested by City Manager; Hewlett Packard Direct, Panasonic c/o Synnex Corporation,; Insight Public Sector; $277,609

2) Authentication Software; Requested by Police Services; CDW Government, Inc.; $104,619

3) Furniture for Strategic Operation and Forensic Lab; Requested by Police Services; The Hon Company.; $63,939

4) Corrosion and Odor Control Products; Requested by Utility Services; Siemens Industry, Inc.; $368,300

5) Wireless System Upgrades; Requested by Utility Services; Presidio Networked Solutions, Inc.; $58,789

6) Irrigation Supplies; Requested by Recreation Services; Florida Irrigation Supply, Inc., Kilpatrick Irrigation Supply, Inc.,; dba/Boynton Pump & Irrigation Supply, HD Supply ; Waterworks, Ltd., Melrose Supply and Sales Corp.,; Professional Pump Corp., dba/Professional Supply; $121,295

Intergovernmental Agreements

C. Resolution No. 1-2012

A resolution of the City of Boca Raton requesting that the Palm Beach County Supervisor of Elections conduct the March 13, 2012 municipal election in Boca Raton and confirming that the Supervisor is a member of the City of Boca Raton Canvassing Board; authorizing the Mayor and City Clerk to execute an agreement for vote processing equipment use and election services with the Palm Beach County Supervisor of Elections; providing for severability; providing for repealer; providing an effective date

Resolution No. 1-2012

D. Resolution No. 2-2012

A resolution of the City of Boca Raton authorizing the City Manager to execute Work Order No. 18 with Mock, Roos & Associates, Inc., for the purpose of professional consulting services for the Palm Beach Farms stormwater system improvements; providing for severability; providing for repealer; providing an effective date

Resolution No. 2-2012

E. Resolution No. 3-2012

A resolution of the City of Boca Raton authorizing the Mayor and City Clerk to execute an agreement with Calvin, Giordano & Associates, Inc. for the purpose of providing continuing engineering services for water, wastewater and reclaimed water facilities and infrastructure improvements; providing for severability; providing for repealer; providing an effective date

Resolution No. 3-2012

F. Resolution No. 4-2012

A resolution of the City of Boca Raton ratifying an application for a grant from the State of Florida Department of Transportation for the Transportation Community and System Preservation Program; authorizing the City Manager to accept said grant, if awarded; authorizing the expenditure of matching funds for said grant, if awarded; authorizing and directing the City Manager to comply with the terms and conditions of said grant, if awarded; providing for severability; providing for repealer; providing an effective date

Resolution No. 4-2012

G. Board Resignations

1) Barbara Smith – General Employees’ Pension Board

2) Steven Tubbs – Board of Trustees for Police & Firefighters Retirement System .

Resignations

H. Receive and File Board Minutes – January 10, 2012

1) Boca Raton Advisory for People with Disabilities October 6, 2011

2) Citizens’ Pedestrian and Bikeway Advisory Board October 17, 2011

3) Community Appearance Board October 25, 2011 November 8, 2011 November 15, 2011 November 29, 2011

4) Community Relations Board September 19, 2011

5) Downtown Boca Raton Advisory Committee August 17, 2011 October 5, 2011 November 2, 2011 November 16, 2011

6) Environmental Advisory Board September 15, 2011

7) Executive Employees’ Retirement Plan Board of Trustees October 25, 2011

8) Financial Advisory Board October 17, 2011

9) Green Living Advisory Board November 15, 2011

10) General Employees’ Pension Board November 9, 2011 – Joint November 10, 2011

11) Library Advisory Board October 19, 2011

12) Parks and Recreation Board November 1, 2011

13) Police and Firefighters’ Retirement System November 17, 2011 – Investment November 17, 2011 – Regular

14) Special Master October 12, 2011

Board Minutes

10. QUASI-JUDICIAL CONSENT AGENDA:

(Prior to consideration of a motion to approve the quasi-judicial consent agenda, the Mayor shall provide for the opportunity for the public to request removal of any resolution for public hearing; the conduct of same will be governed by the “quasi-judicial procedures” attached to this agenda.)

 

(If you are planning to speak during any public hearing under listed under Numbers. 11, 12, or 13, please state your name and address for the record and limit your remarks to five (5) minutes. The conduct of any public hearing under Number 11 will be governed by the “quasi-judicial procedures” attached to this agenda.)
11. QUASI-JUDICIAL AND RELATED PUBLIC HEARINGS:

12. REGULAR PUBLIC HEARINGS:

A. Ordinance No. 5192

An ordinance of the City of Boca Raton amending Section 3-301 and Section 3-302 of the Procurement Code of the City of Boca Raton, relating to types of contracts and contract clauses and their administration; incorporating Section 5-301 into Section 3-302; providing for severability; providing for repealer; providing an effective date

Ordinance No. 5192

B. Ordinance No. 5193 (First of two public hearings. No vote will be taken.)

An ordinance of the City of Boca Raton relating to Student Housing; amending Chapter 10, “Nuisances,” Article III, “Noise,” to provide definitions and noise control measurement standards related to Student Housing; amending Chapter 23, “Planning and Development,” Article IV, “Development Regulations,” Division 8, “Transportation Demand Management,” to provide Student Housing participation; amending Chapter 24, “Signs,” Article III, “Regulations,” Division 3, “Business and Commercial and Industrial Districts,” to establish new regulations applicable to Student Housing; amending Chapter 28, “Zoning,” Article I, “In General,” to provide new definitions related to Student Housing; amending Chapter 28, “Zoning,” Article XII, “Industrial Districts,” Division 7, “M-2 General Industrial District,” to establish Student Housing as a conditional use and provide for development standards; amending Chapter 28, “Zoning,” Article XVI, “Off Street Parking and Loading,” to establish off-street parking standards for “Student Housing;” providing for severability; providing for repealer; providing for codification; providing an effective date (AM-10-07)

Ordinance No. 5193

13. REGULAR PUBLIC HEARINGS/SETTLEMENTS:

14. INTRODUCTION OF ORDINANCES:

(Rule 1.13 of the City Code states that the Council shall not grant leave to any person to speak on any ordinance which is listed for the purpose of introduction only.)

A. Ordinance No. 5194

An ordinance of the City of Boca Raton amending Section 28-1556(3), Code of Ordinances, to affirm the Palm Beach County Coastal Construction Control Line adopted August 22, 1997 by the Florida Department of Environmental Protection for purposes of governing the regulation of construction within the coastal construction setback; providing for severability; providing for repealer; providing for codification; providing an effective date

Ordinance No. 5194

B. Ordinance No. 5195

An ordinance of the City of Boca Raton amending the City’s Code of Ordinances amending Chapter 28, “Zoning,” Article XI, “Business and Commercial Districts,” Division 5, Community Business (B-2) Zoning District, to create B-2 Zoning District regulations to implement the Planned Mobility (PM) Future Land Use (FLU) designation in B-2 Zoning Districts that have been designated with a PM FLU designation within the City; allowing for mixed uses as conditional uses; establishing development parameters; and providing for a master plan approval process; providing for severability; providing for repealer; providing for codification; providing an effective date (AM-11-01)

Ordinance No. 5195

C. Ordinance No. 5196

An ordinance of the City of Boca Raton considering a rezoning, pursuant to Article VI, Chapter 23, Code of Ordinances, of a parcel of land consisting of 4.49 acres, located at 1801 Clint Moore Road, from Light Industrial Research Park (LIRP) to Community Business (B-2); providing for revisions to the Zoning District Map; providing for severability; providing for repealer; providing an effective date (UC-11-03/ZC)

Ordinance No. 5196

15. PUBLIC REQUESTS:

(If you are planning to speak during public requests, please state your name and address for the record and limit your remarks to five (5) minutes.)
16. RESOLUTIONS AND OTHER BUSINESS:

17. QUASI-JUDICIAL PUBLIC HEARINGS/VARIANCES & APPEALS:

(If you are planning to speak during any of the following public hearings, please state your name and address for the record and limit your remarks to five (5) minutes. Note: The conduct of these hearings will be governed by the “quasi-judicial procedures” attached to this agenda.)
18. CITY MANAGER RECOMMENDATIONS AND REPORTS:

A. Battle of the Beauties – Alcoholic Beverage Permit

19. CITY ATTORNEY REPORTS:

20. MAYOR AND COUNCIL MEMBER REPORTS:

21. ADJOURNMENT:

 

NOTICE
Pursuant to F.S. 286.0105, if any decision of City Council affects you, and you decide to appeal any decision made at this meeting with respect to any matter considered, you will need a record of the proceedings and, for such purposes, you may need to ensure that a verbatim record of the proceedings is made, which record includes the testimony and evidence upon which the appeal is to be based. (The above NOTICE is required by State Law. If you desire a verbatim transcript, you shall have the responsibility, at your own cost, to arrange for the transcript.)

NOTE
Any person who acts as a lobbyist pursuant to City Code, Article V. Code of Ethics, Division 2, Lobbyist Registration, must register with the City Clerk prior to engaging in lobbying activities before City staff, boards, committees and / or the City Council, or any member thereof. Separate registration is required for each principal / client represented and each City matter. All registrations expire on December 31st of each calendar year and new registration is required. Forms are available from the City Clerk.
Quasi-Judicial Public Hearing Procedures

1. Any hearing listed on the agenda, as a quasi-judicial public hearing will be conducted pursuant to these rules. This means that the City Council is required by law to base its decision on the evidence contained in the record of this proceeding, which consists of the testimony at the hearing and on the materials, which are in the official City file on this application at the end of the hearing.
2. At the beginning of the hearing, the members of the City Council will announce for the record any “ex parte” contacts not previously disclosed in writing and included in the official City file. The name of the person with whom the contact occurred and the subject matter of the discussion will be disclosed.
3. The City Attorney will announce that each applicant requesting approval, relief or other action from the City Council, planning and zoning board, community appearance board, or the zoning board of adjustment shall disclose, at the commencement (or continuance) of the public hearing(s), any consideration provided or committed directly, or on its behalf, for an agreement to support, or withhold objection to, the requested relief or action.
4. The City Clerk will administer an oath to all persons who intend to testify at this hearing. Any person who intends to testify at this hearing is asked to fill out a card, which can be found in the rear of the Council Chamber. The purpose of this card is to provide an accurate record of an appearance at this hearing. Please hand the card to one of the clerks in the front of the chamber.
5. The City staff will make an initial presentation. The petitioner will then make a presentation. During the staff and petitioner’s presentation, only the members of the City Council are permitted to ask questions.
6. After the petitioner’s presentation, all other parties who are present to testify and/or provide written or other evidence for inclusion in the record will be permitted to do so. During this time, only the members of the City Council are permitted to ask questions.
7. After the staff, the petitioner and other interested parties have made their presentations, persons will be permitted to cross-examine participants in the hearing, including the staff and the petitioner, in order of their appearance at the hearing. Anyone who testifies at the hearing should remain until the conclusion of the hearing in order to be able to respond to any questions.
8. After the questions have been asked and answered, the petitioner shall be provided with an opportunity for a brief rebuttal and summary.
9. The Mayor will then declare the public hearing closed, and a motion will be made regarding the matter. The Council will then proceed to discuss the matter and vote on the matter.

 

 


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