COUNTY OF CHARLOTTE
Board of County Commissioners
18500 Murdock Circle
Port Charlotte, FL 33948

www.CharlotteCountyFL.gov


County Commissioners
Bill Truex, District 3, Chairman
Ken Doherty, District 1, Vice-Chairman
Christopher Constance, District 2

Stephen R. Deutsch, District 4
Joseph Tiseo, District 5

County Administrator
Raymond J. Sandrock
County Attorney
Janette S. Knowlton
Clerk of the Circuit Court
Roger D. Eaton


  

      Regular and Land Use Meeting

July 25, 2017   9:00 AM
18500 Murdock Circle, Commission Chambers, Room #119

Charlotte County Board of County Commissioners does not discriminate on the basis of disability. This nondiscrimination policy involves every aspect of the County's functions, including access to and participation in meetings, programs and activities. FM Sound Enhancement Units for the Hearing Impaired are available at the Front Security Desk, Building A of the Murdock Administration Complex. Anyone needing other reasonable accommodation or auxiliary aids and services please contact our office at 941.743.1381, TDD/TTY 941.743.1234, or by email to David.Lyles@charlottecountyfl.gov.

SHOULD ANY AGENCY OR PERSON DECIDE TO APPEAL ANY DECISION MADE BY THE BOARD WITH RESPECT TO ANY MATTER CONSIDERED AT SUCH MEETING,  A RECORD OF THE PROCEEDING, AND FOR SUCH PURPOSE, A VERBATIM RECORD OF THE PROCEEDING IS REQUIRED, WHICH RECORD INCLUDES THE TESTIMONY AND EVIDENCE UPON WHICH THE APPEAL IS TO BE BASED.

9:00 A.M.Call to Order and Roll Call
 Invocation- If you wish to join, please rise for the invocation

Pastor Brian Stolarczyk

Lutheran Church of the Cross

Changes to the Agenda: See separate sheet.
Proclamations/Awards
Pledge of Allegiance
Proclamations

Patriot Day and National Day of Remembrance

World Breastfeeding Week

Employee Recognition

Employee of the Month - June 2017

Elizabeth Robling

Utilities

Ambassador Program Graduates
Name Department
Janet Armstrong Budget and Administrative Services
Teresa Brock Human Services
Monica Citrullo Human Services
Laurie Crouse County Attorney's Office
Evangelina DiPiazza Community Development
Tammy Hall Budget and Administrative Services
Elizabeth Hughes Community Development
Robert Hunek Community Development
Evan Liebman Budget and Administrative Services
Dawn Lyons Facilities
Heidi Maddox Budget and Administrative Services
Serena Martinez Budget and Administrative Services
Courtney Meade Budget and Administrative Services
Johnathan Meyers Budget and Administrative Services
Jennifer Mihalcoe-Ziegler Community Services
Michelle Oquendo Community Development
Ursula Pardy Public Works
Gary Rodehorst Community Development
Natalie Sainchuk Budget and Administrative Services
Bryan Tiedge Facilities
Zinnia Vargas Budget and Administrative Services
Leslie Wheeler Budget and Administrative Services

Award Presentations
1.Commissioners' Award for Customer Service
Commissioners' Award for Customer Service - Third Quarter FY2016/17 -  Travis Mortimer
2.Florida Green Local Government Certification Award
Award from the Florida Green Building Coalition (FGBC) for maintaining their Bronze Level certification under the Florida Green Local Government Certification Program.
 
3.FAC Enterprise Program Recognition
Recognition from the Florida Association of Counties (FAC) for the participation in the FAC Enterprise Programs.

CITIZEN INPUT - AGENDA ITEMS ONLY

Anyone wishing to address the Board during this portion of the meeting must fill out a card, state their name for the record, and state which agenda item(s) will be addressed. Remarks shall be limited to 3 minutes (max) and shall be addressed to the Commission as a body, and not to individual members. There will not be any discussion.

COMMITTEE VACANCIES

Charlotte County is seeking volunteers to serve on the following Committees:

Environmentally Sensitive Lands Oversight Committee is seeking one Business/Land Development Representative volunteer who must be a Charlotte County resident. Term will expire three years from the date of appointment. To obtain an application, please contact Lisa Eby at 941.743.1300 or email Lisa.Eby@CharlotteCountyFL.gov.

The following MSBU/TU Advisory Boards are seeking volunteers who must be residents of Charlotte County and reside within the Unit. Submit applications to Public Works Department, 7000 Florida Street, Punta Gorda, FL 33950; call 941.575.3600 or e-mail MSBU-TU@CharlotteCountyFL.gov. 

  • Alligator Creek Waterway Unit is seeking one member to fill a vacant unexpired term through October 31, 2020.
  • Boca Grande Street & Drainage Unit is seeking three members to fill vacant unexpired terms. The length of each term will be drawn at the first Advisory Board Meeting to be scheduled at such time a quorum of three members is reached. 
  • Burnt Store Village Street & Drainage Unit is seeking one member to fill a vacant unexpired term through October 31, 2020.
  • Charlotte Ranchettes Unit is seeking one member to fill a vacant unexpired term through October 31, 2020.
  • Deep Creek Non-Urban Street & Drainage Unit is seeking two members to fill vacant unexpired terms through October 31, 2019 and October 31, 2020.
  • Don Pedro & Knights Island Street & Drainage Unit is seeking one member to fill a vacant unexpired term through October 31, 2020.  
  • Edgewater North Waterway Unit is seeking one member to fill a vacant unexpired term through October 31, 2020.
  • Englewood East Non-Urban Street & Drainage Unit is seeking one member to fill a vacant unexpired term through October 31, 2020. 
  • Gardens of Gulf Cove Street & Drainage Unit is seeking four members to fill vacant unexpired terms. The length of each term will be drawn at the first Advisory Board meeting to be scheduled at such time a quorum of three members is reached.
  • Greater Port Charlotte Street & Drainage Unit is seeking one member to fill a vacant unexpired term through October 31, 2020.
  • Grove City Street & Drainage Unit is seeking one member to fill a vacant unexpired term through October 31, 2020.  
  • Gulf Cove Waterway Unit is seeking one member to fill a vacant unexpired term through October 31, 2020.
  • Harbour Heights Street & Drainage Unit is seeking one member to fill a vacant unexpired term through October 31, 2020.
  • Harbour Heights Waterway Maintenance District is seeking two members to fill vacant unexpired terms through October 31, 2018 and October 31, 2020.
  • Manasota Key Street & Drainage Unit is seeking one member to fill a vacant unexpired term through October 31, 2020.
  • Manchester Waterway Benefit Unit is seeking one member to fill a vacant unexpired term through October 31, 2020.  
  • Mid Charlotte Stormwater Utility Unit is seeking two members to fill vacant unexpired terms. The length of each term will be drawn at the next Advisory Board meeting. 
  • Northwest Port Charlotte Street & Drainage Unit is seeking one member to fill a vacant unexpired term through October 31, 2020.
  • Northwest Port Charlotte Waterway Unit is seeking two members to fill vacant unexpired terms through October 31, 2019 and October 31, 2020.
  • Pirate Harbor Street & Drainage Unit is seeking one member to fill a vacant unexpired term through October 31, 2020.
  • Pirate Harbor Waterway Unit is seeking one member to fill a vacant unexpired term through October 31, 2020.
  • Placida Area Street & Drainage Unit is seeking one member to fill a vacant unexpired term through October 31, 2020.
  • Rotonda Heights Street & Drainage Unit is seeking one member to fill a vacant unexpired term through October 31, 2020.
  • Rotonda Sands North Street & Drainage Unit is seeking one member to fill a vacant unexpired term through October 31, 2020.
  • Rotonda West Street & Drainage Unit is seeking one member to fill a vacant unexpired term through October 31, 2020.
  • South Burnt Store Street & Drainage Unit is seeking one member to fill a vacant unexpired term through October 31, 2020.
  • South Gulf Cove Beautification Unit is seeking one member to fill a vacant unexpired term through October 31, 2020.
  • South Gulf Cove Non-Urban Street & Drainage Unit is seeking one member to fill a vacant unexpired term through October 31, 2020.
  • South Gulf Cove Waterway Unit is seeking one member to fill a vacant unexpired term through October 31, 2020.
  • West Charlotte Stormwater Utility Unit is seeking one member to fill a vacant unexpired term through October 31, 2018.

REPORTS RECEIVED AND FILED

Report from the County Administrator Pursuant to Resolution No. 2015-091 Reporting Temporary License Agreements and Trespass Warnings.
Clerk of Court's County Investment Report, June 30, 2017.

CONSENT AGENDA

Clerk of the Circuit Court
A.Finance Division
1.Finance
RECOMMENDED ACTION:
Approve the Clerk's Finance Memorandum.
BUDGETED ACTION:
No action needed.
B.Minutes Division
1.Minutes
RECOMMENDED ACTION:

Approve the following minutes:

June 27, 2017 BCC Regular Meeting

July 6, 2017 BCC Pre-Agenda

BUDGETED ACTION:
No action needed.
Board of County Commissioners
C.Commission Office
1.Appointments - Agriculture & Natural Resources Advisory Committee
RECOMMENDED ACTION:

Approve the appointment of Chastain Thomas as a Commodity Production representative and Joel Beverly as a Commodity Production, Cattle representative to the Agriculture & Natural Resources Advisory Committee. Terms are effective immediately  and will expire on December 31, 2020. 

**Change, Added Resume, 7/24/17**

BUDGETED ACTION:
No action needed.
2.Appointment - Early Learning Coalition of Florida's Heartland
RECOMMENDED ACTION:
Approve the appointment of Diane Ramseyer, Executive Director for Drug Free Charlotte to the Early Learning Coalition of Florida's Heartland, Inc. Board of Directors for a three year term effective July 25, 2017.
BUDGETED ACTION:
No action needed.
3.Appointment - Marine Advisory Committee
RECOMMENDED ACTION:
Approve the appointment of Anne M. Beach as the Pirate Harbor Yacht Club representative to the Marine Advisory Committee. Ms. Beach will fill the unexpired term of Charles Gertner, who resigned. MAC approved her nomination for appointment and this term will expire on December 31, 2017.
BUDGETED ACTION:
No action needed.
4.Appointment - Parks & Recreation Advisory Board, District #4
RECOMMENDED ACTION:
Approve the appointment of Michael D. Johnson to serve on the Parks and Recreation Advisory Board representing Commission District #4 with a term until November 27, 2018.
BUDGETED ACTION:
No action needed.
D.County Administration
Administration
1.Utilities Department Meeting Dates
RECOMMENDED ACTION:

Set Utilities Department Quarterly Update Workshop BCC Meeting dates.

**Change, Updated Meeting Title, 7/21/17**

BUDGETED ACTION:
No action needed.
Public Information Office
No Items.
E.County Attorney
1.SW Florida Crime Stoppers Program, Inc. Letter of Agreement
RECOMMENDED ACTION:
Approve and authorize the Chairman to sign the attached letter of agreement with Southwest Florida Crime Stoppers Program, Inc. designating them as the County's agent for receiving funds from the State Crime Stoppers Trust Fund pursuant to Sections 16.555 and 938.06, Florida Statutes.
BUDGETED ACTION:
No action needed.
F.Budget and Administrative Services
Fiscal Services
No Items.
Information Technology
No Items.
Purchasing
1.15-262, Amendment #1, Design-South County Community Library & Archive (Facilities)
RECOMMENDED ACTION:

a) Approve Amendment #1 to Contract #15-262, South County Community Library and Archive with Harvard Jolly Architecture of Fort Myers, FL for additional design and engineering services in the amount of $60,550 plus add an additional 120 calendar days to the contract completion time to February 18, 2018; and

b) Authorize the Chairman to sign Amendment #1.

BUDGETED ACTION:
No action needed. Budgeted in CIP Project, "South County Community Library & Archive", as adopted in the FY17 budget process. Funding comes from the 2014 Sales Tax Extension.
2.16-334, Change Order #5, County Right of Way Landscape Maintenance - Annual (Public Works)
RECOMMENDED ACTION:
Approve Change Order #5 to Contract #16-334, County right of Way Landscape Maintenance - Annual Contract, as awarded to Walkers Service Inc. of Bradenton, Florida, for additional landscape services in Charlotte County in the amount of $61,744.
BUDGETED ACTION:
No action needed. Funding will be supplied from savings in other accounts in the Road & Bridge Fund ($53,796), Grove City St/Dr MSBU ($2,800), and Greater Port Charlotte St/Dr MSBU ($5,148), adopted FY17 budgets.
3.16-420, Change Order #8, Cleaning Services, Charlotte County Facilities (Facilities)
RECOMMENDED ACTION:
Approve Change Order #8 to Contract #16-420 Cleaning Services, Charlotte County Facilities-Annual with At Your Service Cleaning Group, Inc. of Sarasota, Florida, for adding services at a new location: Charlotte County Tourism Development, 1700 Tamiami Trail, Suite G, Port Charlotte, Florida for once per week cleaning services for offices and five (5) times a week cleaning for lobby and restroom for $450 per month.
BUDGETED ACTION:
No action needed. Funding from various departments approved in the FY17 Budget Process.
4.16-471, Approve, Public Facilities Strategic Master Space Plan (Facilities)
RECOMMENDED ACTION:

a) Approve the attached Scope and Fees for Request for Proposal #16-471, Public Facilities Strategic Master Space Plan, with Sweet Sparkman Architects of Sarasota, Florida, for a not-to-exceed amount of $346,484; and

b) Authorize the Chairman to sign the contract.

BUDGETED ACTION:
No action needed. Budgeted in CIP project, "Master Space Plan", as approved in the FY17 budget process. Funding comes from Capital Projects, ad valorem.
5.17-056, Work Order #24, Work Design Pavilion & Restrooms-South County Regional Park & Carmalita Park (Facilities)
RECOMMENDED ACTION:
Approve the award of Request for Letter of Interest #15-421, Work Order #24, File #17-056, Design Pavilion, Restrooms and Parking Additions at South County Regional Park and Carmalita Park to ADG Architecture, LLC Fort Myers, Florida, for the Not-To-Exceed amount of $133,477.
BUDGETED ACTION:

No action needed.  Budgeted in CIP projects including "Small Building Repairs & Upgrades", "South County Regional Park", and "Parking & Stormwater Improvements", as approved in the FY17 budget process.   Funding comes from Capital Projects, ad valorem.

6.17-267, Award, Harbour Heights Boat Ramp Replacement (Facilities)
RECOMMENDED ACTION:
Approve the award of Bid #17-267, Harbour Heights Boat Ramp Replacement, to Kelly Brothers, Inc., of Fort Myers, Florida, at the total project amount of $434,936.
BUDGETED ACTION:
No action needed.  Budgeted in CIP project, "Boating Improvements", as approved in the FY17 budget process.  Funding comes from Capital Projects, ad valorem.
7.17-278, Work Order #8, Design Assistance-Waste Water Expansion Phase 2 - El Jobean (Utilities)
RECOMMENDED ACTION:

Approve the award of Request for Letter of Interest #17-278, Work Order #8 (Contract #15-471 Engineers of Record, Utilities) Design Assistance - Wastewater Expansion Phase 2 - El Jobean, to Giffels-Webster Engineers of Englewood, Florida for the not-to-exceed amount of $199,950. 

This is under the master pre-qualified Consultant Request for Letters of Interest File #15-471.

BUDGETED ACTION:
No action needed. Budgeted in CIP project "Charlotte Harbor Water Quality Initiative Phase II El Jobean" as approved in the FY17 budget process, and subsequently amended. Funding for the expenditure comes from the BP Settlement Fund.
8.17-310, Negotiations, Public Works MSBU/MSTU Methodology (Public Works)
RECOMMENDED ACTION:

a) Approve the start of negotiations with Government Services Group, Inc. of Tallahassee, Florida for Request for Proposal #17-310, Public Works MSBU/MSTU Methodology; and

b) Authorize Chairman to sign the Contract after negotiations. 

This is for review of current assessment methodology for Public Works Municipal Services Benefits Units and Municipal Services Taxing Units (MSBU/MSTU).

BUDGETED ACTION:
No action needed. Funding will be supplied from savings in other accounts in the County Transportation Trust Fund Road Maintenance and Operations, adopted FY17 budget.
9.17-324, Award, Piper Road North Extension (Public Works)
RECOMMENDED ACTION:

Approve the award of Bid #17-324, Piper Road North Extension to the lowest responsive, responsible bidder, Wright Construction Group of Fort Myers, Florida for $7,674,807.26.

This project consists of construction of the Piper Road North Extension from Henry Street to U.S. 17 (S.R. 35) for a total length of +/- 1.5 miles

BUDGETED ACTION:
No action needed. Budgeted in CIP project "Piper Road North", as approved in the FY17 budget process. Funding for construction comes from the 2014 Sales Tax Extension.
10.17-333, Award, South Gulf Cove Sidewalks Phase II (Public Works)
RECOMMENDED ACTION:

Approve the award of Bid #17-333, South Gulf Cove Sidewalks Phase II to the lowest responsive, responsible bidder, Frederick Derr & Company, Inc., "Best and Final Offer" of Sarasota, Florida for $1,189,028.93. 

This project if for the installation of a 10’ wide concrete sidewalk / multi-use recreational path (M.U.R.T.) in South Gulf Cove on Ingraham Boulevard, St. Paul Boulevard and Hallendale Boulevard.

BUDGETED ACTION:
No action needed. Budgeted in MSBU CIP project "South Gulf Cove Sidewalks / Bike Paths," as approved in the FY17 budget process. Funding is provided from MSBU assessments.
11.17-345, Award, Removal and Transportation of Domestic Wastewater - Annual (Utilities)
RECOMMENDED ACTION:

a) Approve the award of Bid #17-345, Removal & Transportation of Domestic Wastewater – Annual, to the sole responsive, responsible, bidder, S.O.S Septic, Inc. of Englewood, Florida at the unit costs submitted; and

b) Authorize the County Administrator to approve renewal options for up to two additional one year periods at the same prices, terms and conditions, by mutual consent.

BUDGETED ACTION:
No action needed. Funding from the Utility Operations and Maintenance Fund will be approved in the FY18 Budget process.
12.17-360, Award, Horizontal Directional Drilling Services - Annual Contract (Utilities)
RECOMMENDED ACTION:

a) Approve the award of Bid #17-360, Horizontal Directional Drilling Services - Annual Contract, at the unit prices bid. Term of contract is from date of award through and including September 30, 2018; and

b) Authorize the County Administrator to approve the renewal options for up to two additional one-year terms, at the same prices, terms, and conditions by mutual consent.

BUDGETED ACTION:
No action needed. Budgeted in the Line Extension Fund and Utility Operating Fund to be approved in the FY18 budget process. Funding for the expenditure comes from the Line Extension Fund and Utility Operating Fund.
13.17-401, Approve, Office Supplies - Annual (Purchasing)
RECOMMENDED ACTION:
a) Approve File #17-401, to “Piggyback” the National Cooperative Purchasing Alliance Contract #NCPA11-18, Office Supplies, Supply & Deliver, with American Office Products Distributor's, Inc. and Keeton's Office & Art Supply of Bradenton, Florida, as our local distributor, per the contract terms as specified on the attached documentation for the period from date of award through and including May 31, 2020; and
b) Authorize the County Administrator to approve renewal options at the same prices terms and conditions, by mutual consent and only if this option of renewal is exercised in accordance with the NCPA Contract terms.
BUDGETED ACTION:
No action needed.
Real Estate Services
14.Submerged Land Lease (5000-5054 Tamiami Trail)
RECOMMENDED ACTION:

Approve the Resolution which:

a) Approves acceptance of the transfer of the existing Submerged Land Lease, #080002285, with a current expiration date of May 22, 2018, for the property located at 5000-5054 Tamiami Trail; and

b) Authorizes payment of the transfer fee and lease payments; and             

c) Authorizes the renewal of the existing Submerged Land Lease or a new Submerged Land Lease on expiration of the existing Submerged Land Lease.

BUDGETED ACTION:
No action needed. Budgeted in CIP project, "Melbourne Access at Live Oak Point", a new project added during the third quarter. Funding comes from TIF revenues in the Charlotte Harbor CRA.
Risk Management
No Items.
Transit
No Items.
G.Community Development
1.Resolution Approving TDU-17-05-01, Transfer of Density Units by Lion Pride, LLC
RECOMMENDED ACTION:
Adopt the Resolution approving TDU-17-05-01, the transfer of 10 units of density to property located at 14550 River Beach Drive, owned by Lion Pride, LLC.
Quasi-Judicial
BUDGETED ACTION:
No action needed.
2.FP-05-04-05, Oak Harbour
RECOMMENDED ACTION:

Approve the Fifth Amended Developer's Agreement for KB Home Fort Myers, LLC for Petition #FP-05-04-05.

Quasi-Judicial

BUDGETED ACTION:
No action needed.
H.Community Services
Parks and Natural Resources
1.Resolution of Interest for Sunrise Park
RECOMMENDED ACTION:

Approve the Resolution to express preliminary interest in an association with the conceptual development of Sunrise Park.

**Change, Added Conceptual Site Plan, 7/20/17**

BUDGETED ACTION:
No action needed.    
Recreation
2.Charlotte Sports Park Amendment
RECOMMENDED ACTION:

Approve Amendment #5 Charlotte Sports Park Agreement Between Charlotte County, FL and Tampa Bay Rays Baseball, LTD.

Both parties provide additional funding to be placed in the Capital Reserve Fund and any insurance coverage the parties maintain.

BUDGETED ACTION:
No action needed. Funding from the Stadium Improvement Fund budgeted in the Proposed FY18 Budget.
Libraries and Historical
No Items.
Environmental Services
No Items.
I.Economic Development
1.Set a Public Hearing
RECOMMENDED ACTION:
Set a public hearing for September 12, 2017 at 10:00 a.m., or as soon thereafter as may be heard, to consider a proposal for the sale of property in Murdock Village CRA.   
BUDGETED ACTION:

No action needed.

J.Facilities Construction and Maintenance
1.Solar Lease Agreement
RECOMMENDED ACTION:

a) Approve the Master Solar Lease (Solar Tree) and the Solar Lease (Solar Canopy) Agreements between Charlotte County and Florida Power & Light Company (FPL); and

b) Authorize the Chairman to sign and execute the Lease Agreement.

**Change, Updated Resolutions and Added Sunrise Park Location, 7/21/17**

BUDGETED ACTION:
No action needed.
K.Human Resources
No Items.
L.Human Services
No Items.
M.Public Safety
1.Interlocal Agreement for Fire Station 14 with the Englewood Fire Control District
RECOMMENDED ACTION:
Approve the Resolution and Interlocal Agreement with Englewood Fire Control District for the sheltering and housing of a District Fire Engine and crew.
BUDGETED ACTION:
No action needed.
2.2017/18 EMPA Grant
RECOMMENDED ACTION:

Approve the FY17/18 Emergency Management Preparedness & Assistance (EMPA) Base Grant between Charlotte County and the Florida Division of Emergency Management (FDEM) in the amount of $115,806.

BUDGETED ACTION:

No action needed. Grant funds are included in the budget process for FY17/18 Emergency Management operating budget. The County match approved budget is $115,806.

3.2017/2018 EMPG Grant
RECOMMENDED ACTION:

Approve the FY17/18 Emergency Management Performance Grant (EMPG) between Charlotte County and the Florida Division of Emergency Management in the amount of $80,757.

BUDGETED ACTION:

No action needed. Grant funds are included in the budget process for FY17/18 Emergency Management operating budget. The County match approved budget is $80,757.

4.Grant Acceptance from State Fire Marshall
RECOMMENDED ACTION:

a) Accept award of $97,500 for Charlotte County Emergency Response Equipment and Marine Patrol FLIR Unit; and

b) Authorize County Administrator or his designee to execute associated grant contracts.

**Change, Added additional sentence to Budget Action, 7/20/17**
BUDGETED ACTION:
No action needed at this time. Once the grant contract is in place, the Fire/EMS budget will be adjusted to allow utilizing the funds. The grant is 100% funded and there is no local match required by the County. 
N.Public Works
1.APWA Accreditation Agreement
RECOMMENDED ACTION:

a) Approve the Accreditation Agreement and Application for Voluntary Accreditation between Charlotte County Board of County Commissioners and the American Public Works Association Council; and

b) Authorize the Public Works Director, or their designee, to sign all necessary related documents to implement and continue accreditation.

BUDGETED ACTION:
The funding source will be the Public Works Division Director's budget.  An accreditation fee of $15,600.00 will be due to APWA upon execution of the agreement. 
2.Harbor Boulevard Enhancements - FPL Underground Conversion Binding Cost Agreement
RECOMMENDED ACTION:
Approve the Florida Power & Light Company Underground Facilities Conversion Binding Cost Agreement along Harbor Boulevard from Olean Boulevard to Tamiami Trail. 
BUDGETED ACTION:
No action needed.  Budgeted in CIP Project, "Parkside-Harbor Blvd, US41 to Olean Blvd", as approved in the FY17 budget process.  Funding comes from the Parkside CRA, loan proceeds.
3.License Agreement with Waste Management for Old Landfill Road
RECOMMENDED ACTION:
Approve the License Agreement with Waste Management for Old Landfill Road.
BUDGETED ACTION:
Estimated additional revenues of $70,000 per year to the Landfill Fund.
4.Interlocal Agreement with Sheriff's Office for Lease of Helicopters
RECOMMENDED ACTION:
Approve the Interlocal Agreement with the Charlotte County Sheriff's Office for the lease of helicopters to perform mosquito control activities.
BUDGETED ACTION:
No action needed. Funding from Mosquito Control -  Aerial Larvicide approved in the FY17 Budget Process.
 
O.Tourism Development
No Items.
P.Utilities
1.Knight Island Bulk Sewer Treatment Agreement
RECOMMENDED ACTION:
Authorize the Chairman to execute the bulk sewer treatment agreement with Knight Island Utilities.
BUDGETED ACTION:
No action needed.             
Q.Other Agencies
No Items.

REGULAR AGENDA

R.Regular Agenda
1.Water Authority Meeting Agenda - August 2, 2017
Utilities

Discussion and direction on the Peace River Manasota Regional Water Supply Authority (Authority) Board agenda for the upcoming August 2, 2017 meeting.

**Change, Updated Agenda, 7/21/17**

2.WCIND Meeting Agenda - July 28, 2017
Community Services
Discussion and direction on the WCIND agenda for the upcoming July 28, 2017 meeting.
3.Air Show Application Scoring
Tourist Development
Commissioners are requested to individually score the Air Show application. Individual scores will be averaged to provide a final score. If a minimum final score of 70 (or more) is obtained, the Board of County Commissioners will then approve/deny the funding request by majority vote.
4.WaterFest Application Scoring
Tourist Development

Commissioners are requested to individually score the WaterFest application. Individual scores will be averaged to provide a final score. If a minimum final score of 70 (or more) is obtained, the Board of County Commissioners will then approve/deny the funding request by majority vote.

**Change, Updated Application, 7/21/17**

5.Sanitation Collection Services
County Administration
Discussion and direction on beginning the RFP process for Sanitation Collection and Related Services.
6.17-059, Cancellation, Turf Maintenance - Various County Locations (Facilities)
Purchasing

Approve the cancellation of Contact #17-059, Turf Maintenance - Various County Facilities with Mainguy Environmental Care Inc. of Davie, Florida.

This contract was to secure the services of a Contractor to maintain the turf of multiple County public facility locations, including parks, providing a level of service acceptable to the County.

**Addition, 7/21/17**

        PUBLIC HEARING AGENDA

S.10:00 A.M. Public Hearing
1.Ordinance Repealing Ordinance 2007-087 - Murdock Village MSTU
Economic Development
Conduct a public hearing to consider an Ordinance Repealing Ordinance 2007-087 which established the Murdock Village Municipal Services Taxing Unit.
2.Third Quarter Budget Adjustments
Budget and Administrative Services
Conduct a public hearing approving the Resolution to adopt budget adjustments that amend the FY16/17 budget. These adjustments which impact various funds are needed to align the FY16/17 budget with required changes and actual activity.
3.Ordinance Amending Section 2-4-10 of the Charlotte County Code of Laws and Ordinances relating to Operation of Golf Carts
Public Works

a) Conduct a public hearing to consider an Ordinance amending Section 2-4-10 of the Charlotte County Code of Laws and Ordinances relating to Operation of Golf Carts; and

b) Adopt the Resolution that approves the existing golf cart communities and adds Babcock Ranch Community Independent Special District as a golf cart community.

        PRESENTATION AGENDA

T.10:00 A.M.
1.Population Projection Presentation by Western Michigan University
Proposed population projection project presentation by Western Michigan University (WMU) with Community Development staff.
 

1 P.M. CITIZEN INPUT - ANY SUBJECT

Anyone wishing to address the Board during this portion of the meeting must state their name for the record. Remarks, on any County related subject, shall be limited to 3 minutes (max) and shall be addressed to the Commission as a body, and not to individual members. There will not be any discussion.

LAND USE PUBLIC HEARING AGENDA

U.2:00 P.M. Land Use Public Hearing
1.PP-17-04-03, West Charlotte Harbor
Community Development
Approve a Preliminary Plat for Lennar Homes, LLC for Petition #PP-17-04-03.
Quasi-Judicial
2.PP-17-04-02, Babcock 2A
Community Development
Approve a Preliminary Plat for Babcock Property Holdings, LLC for Petition #PP-17-04-02.
Quasi-Judicial
3.NOPC-16-08-14, Babcock Ranch MDO
Community Development
Approve the Resolution adopting Petition NOPC-16-08-14, amending the Master Development Order (MDO) for the Babcock Ranch Community Master Development of Regional Impact (DRI) to: 1) clarify that the maximum density is calculated at buildout for Villages, Hamlets, and Town Center; 2) remove reference to minimum density requirements within Villages, Hamlets, and Town Center; 3) modify the stormwater conditions to reflect the required hydrologic model which is complete; 4) modify the transportation conditions to be consistent with the Comprehensive Plan and the proposed changes to the transportation analysis; 5) revise the Vegetation, Wildlife and Wetlands section to refer Category I and Category II exotic pest plants as defined by the Florida Exotic Pest Plant Council in effect at time of permitting and update some requirements under this section; 6) reflect the extension of the expiration date and buildout date of this Development Order per Resolution Number 2016-034; 7) remove the leak detection requirement and update the Wastewater Management and Water Supply section; 8) update requirements in the Increment Review subsection set forth in the Wastewater Management and Water Supply section; 9) update the Open Space, Parks, and Library section; 10) update requirements in the Education section and in the Police and Fire section; 11) update Exhibit B: Master Concept Plan (Map H) to add approximately 45.98 acres to Increment I South area; 12) update Exhibit D: Summary of Land Dedication & Facilities Construction to clarify types, acreages, and timeframes for commencement of operations of public facilities; 13) update Exhibit E: Florida Exotic Pest Plant Council’s 2007 List of Invasive Plant Species Category I & II to refer to the most current list in effect at time of permitting; and 14) update Exhibit F: Babcock Ranch Community Master Traffic Study Update; for property located east of S.R. 31, south of C.R. 74 (Bermont Road), west of the Glades County line, and north of the Lee County line, containing 13,630± acres, in the East County area; Commission District I, Petition No. NOPC-16-08-14; Applicant: Babcock Property Holdings, L.L.C.; providing an effective date.
Quasi-Judicial
4.NOPC-16-08-15, Babcock Ranch Community IDO
Community Development

Approve an Ordinance a Resolution adopting Petition Number NOPC-16-08-15, amending the Increment 1 Development Order (IDO) for the Babcock Ranch Community Development of Regional Impact to: 1) decrease the residential dwelling units from 2,500 to 2,000; 2) decrease the retail from 126,000 square feet to 50,000 square feet; 3) reduce office from 322,500 square feet to 155,000 square feet; 4) remove 100 hotel rooms; 5) remove 90,000 square feet of industrial; 6) add 18 hole golf course; 7) combine Phase 1 and Phase 2 into one phase; 8) clarify that the maximum density is calculated at buildout for Villages and Town Center; 9) remove reference to the minimum density requirements within Villages and Town Center; 10) update the improvement requirements set forth in the Transportation section; 11) revise the Wastewater Management and Water Supply section; 12) update the Education section; 13) revise the Police and Fire section; 14) add the Solid/Hazardous/Medical Waste section; 15) update the Open Space and Parks section; 16) reflect the extension of the expiration date and buildout date of this Development Order per Resolution Number 2016-034; 17) add Exhibit A-4: Increment 1 - 45.98 acre parcel legal description; 18) revise Exhibit B-1: Babcock Ranch Community Map H Increment 1 Master Development Plan, and B-2: Babcock Ranch Map H-1 Increment I Overall Land Use Concept Plan; 19) revise Exhibit C: Table EM-2. Babcock Ranch Community Increment 1 Equivalency Matrix; 20) revise Exhibit D: Updated Summary of Land Dedication & Facilities Construction Required for Increment 1; 21) add Exhibit D1: Specifications for one (1) Freightliner M2 Ave Type 1 Ambulance; 22) revise Exhibit E: Increment 1 Parameters; 23) revise Exhibit F: Babcock Ranch Increment 1 - Master Drainage Plan; 24) revise Exhibit G: Babcock Ranch Increment 1 - Master Internal Circulation Plan; 25) revise Exhibit H-1: Babcock Ranch Increment 1 - Primary Greenway Map and Trails Plan; 26) revise Exhibit I: Babcock Ranch Increment I - Primary Utility Corridor Plan; 27) revise Exhibit J: Babcock Ranch Community - Increment 1 NOPC Future (2016) Traffic Conditions with BRC Directional Peak Hour, Peak Season; 28) update Exhibit K: Babcock Ranch Community - Increment 1 Proportionate Share Cost Estimates for Significant and Adverse Intersections; and 29) increase property within Increment 1 by approximately 45.98± acres; for property located east of S.R. 31, south of C.R. 74 (Bermont Road), west of the Glades County line, and north of the Lee County line, containing 4,085.2± acres, in the East County area; Commission District I, Petition No. NOPC-16-08-15; Applicant: Babcock Property Holdings, L.L.C.; providing an effective date.

**Change, Updated Wording, 7/20/17**

Quasi-Judicial
5.DRC-17-00034, Springs at Port Charlotte
Community Development
Approve the Resolution for a Final Detail Plan for Springs at Port Charlotte DRC-17-00034. This resolution will allow the development of 256 units within 11 residential multi-family buildings. This 21.33+/- acre site is located at 24151 Beatrix Blvd in Section 6, Township 40 South, Range 23 East in Port Charlotte, Florida. This project is located in the Sandhill DRI.
Quasi-Judicial
6.Z-17-04-12, Horsepower Investments, LLC
Community Development
Approve an Ordinance pursuant to Section 125.66, Florida Statutes, amending the Charlotte County Zoning Atlas from Planned Development (PD) and Commercial General (CG) to Planned Development (PD), for property bound by El Jobean Road (SR 776) and Esposito Terrace to the north, Torrence Street and Plas Street to the east, Ester Avenue to the south, and the Charlotte Sports Park to the west, in the Port Charlotte area, containing 7.34± acres; Commission District IV; Petition No. Z-17-04-12; Applicant: Horsepower Investments, LLC; providing an effective date.
Quasi-Judicial
7.PA-17-04-14, Port Charlotte Healthcare Associates, Ltd. (L.P.)
Community Development
Approve an Ordinance adopting Petition PA-17-04-14, a Small Scale Plan Amendment to change Charlotte County FLUM Series Map #1: 2030 Future Land Use, from Low Density Residential (LDR) to Office and Institutional (OI); for property located at 25366 Tangerine Avenue, in the Port Charlotte area, containing 9.93± acres; Commission District I; Applicant: Port Charlotte Healthcare Associates, Ltd. (L.P.); providing an effective date.
Legislative
8.Z-17-04-15, Port Charlotte Healthcare Associates, Ltd. (L.P.)
Community Development
Approve an Ordinance adopting Petition Z-17-04-15, amending Charlotte County Zoning Atlas from Planned Development (PD) to Office, Medical, and Institutional (OMI); for property located at 25366 Tangerine Avenue, in the Port Charlotte area, containing 9.93± acres; Commission District I; Applicant: Port Charlotte Healthcare Associates, Ltd (L.P.); providing an effective date.
Quasi-Judicial
9.PA-17-01-02-LS, Revisions to the TDU-related FLU Policies
Community Development
Approve an Ordinance adopting Petition Number PA-17-01-02-LS, a Large Scale plan amendment to amend Future Land Use (FLU) Policy 1.2.7: Transfer of Density Units (TDU) Program Intent; FLU Policy 1.2.9: TDU Sending Zones; FLU Policy 1.2.10: Restrictions on Sending Zones; FLU Policy 1.2.11: TDU Receiving Zones; and FLU Policy 1.2.12: Prohibited Receiving Zones; Petition No. PA-17-01-02-LS; Applicant: Charlotte County Board of County Commissioners.
Legislative
10.PA-16-12-24-LS, Revisions to FLU Appendix VI: Developments of Regional Impact
Community Development
Approve an Ordinance adopting a Large Scale Plan Amendment petition PA-16-12-24-LS; this request is to revise Future Land Use (FLU) Appendix VI: Developments of Regional Impact by amending the Tern Bay Development of Regional Impact (DRI) development rights to 1) reduce the residential dwelling units from 1,800 to 1,315 units; 2) reduce the office space from 30,000 to 20,000 gross square feet; 3) reduce the retail space from 140,000 to 111,500 gross square feet; and 4) reduce the hotel rooms from 250 to 150 rooms; Commission District II; Applicant: Tern Bay CDD Acquisitions, LLC.
Legislative
11.PA-16-12-25-LS, Large Scale Text Amendment to Amend FLU Appendix I: Land Use Guide
Community Development
Approve an Ordinance adopting Petition Number PA-16-12-25-LS, a Large Scale Plan Amendment to revise Future Land Use (FLU) Appendix I: Land Use Guide by amending “Requirements of the Plan Amendment” and “Special Provisions” set forth in the Rural Community Mixed Use (RCMU) Future Land Use Map designation; Petition No. PA-16-12-25-LS; Commission Districts I & II; Applicants: Ron Inge, Harper Property Holdings, LLC and McNew Property Holdings, LLC.
Legislative
12.Z-17-05-16, Extension of Temporary Moratorium on Cannabis Dispensing Businesses
Community Development
Approve an Ordinance to extend a previously enacted temporary moratorium on cannabis dispensing businesses as further defined herein; providing for severability; providing for conflict with other ordinances; and providing for an effective date.
Legislative
13.Amendment to Part III, Land Development and Growth Management, Chapter 3-5; Article XI Habitat Conservation Plan
Community Development
Approve the Amendments and Deletions to the Habitat Conservation Plan (HCP) Ordinance, based on the findings and analysis in the Planning Division staff report dated June 20, 2017 and the evidence presented at the public hearing.
Legislative
 AA.  County Administrator
 BB.  County Attorney
 CC.  Commissioner Comments
Bill Truex, District 3, Chairman
Ken Doherty, District 1, Vice-Chairman
Christopher Constance, District 2
Stephen R. Deutsch, District 4
Joseph Tiseo, District 5
Board of County Commissioners
Schedule of Future Closures/Hearings/Workshops
Thursday, August 03, 2017 1:30 p.m. **CANCELED** Board of County Commissioners Pre-Agenda Meeting Murdock Administration Center, 18500 Murdock Circle, Building B, Room #106-B, Port Charlotte
Tuesday, August 08, 2017 9:00 a.m. **CANCELED** Board of County Commissioners Regular Meeting Murdock Administration Center, 18500 Murdock Circle, Commission Chambers Room #119, Port Charlotte
Tuesday, August 15, 2017 9:00 a.m. **CANCELED* Board of County Commissioners Monthly Workshop Murdock Administration Center, 18500 Murdock Circle, Building B, Room #106-B, Port Charlotte
Thursday, August 17, 2017 1:30 p.m. **CANCELED** Board of County Commissioners Pre-Agenda Meeting Murdock Administration Center, 18500 Murdock Circle, Building B, Room #106-B, Port Charlotte
Tuesday, August 22, 2017 9:00 a.m. **CANCELED** Board of County Commissioners Regular and Land Use Meeting Murdock Administration Center, 18500 Murdock Circle, Commission Chambers Room #119, Port Charlotte
Thursday, September 07, 2017 1:30 p.m. Board of County Commissioners Pre-Agenda Meeting Murdock Administration Center, 18500 Murdock Circle, Building B, Room #106-B, Port Charlotte
Tuesday, September 12, 2017 9:00 a.m. **CHANGED to Regular and Land Use Meeting **Board of County Commissioners Regular Meeting Murdock Administration Center, 18500 Murdock Circle, Commission Chambers Room #119, Port Charlotte
Tuesday, September 12, 2017 5:01 p.m. First Budget Hearing Murdock Administration Center, 18500 Murdock Circle, Commission Chambers Room #119, Port Charlotte
Tuesday, September 19, 2017 9:00 a.m. Board of County Commissioners Monthly Workshop Murdock Administration Center, 18500 Murdock Circle, Building B, Room #106-B, Port Charlotte
Thursday, September 21, 2017 1:30 p.m. Board of County Commissioners Pre-Agenda Meeting Murdock Administration Center, 18500 Murdock Circle, Building B, Room #106-B, Port Charlotte
Tuesday, September 26, 2017 9:00 a.m. **CHANGED to Regular Meeting** Board of County Commissioners Regular and Land Use Meeting Murdock Administration Center, 18500 Murdock Circle, Commission Chambers Room #119, Port Charlotte
Tuesday, September 26, 2017 5:01 p.m. Final Budget Hearing Murdock Administration Center, 18500 Murdock Circle, Commission Chambers Room #119, Port Charlotte
Thursday, October 05, 2017 1:30 p.m. Board of County Commissioners Pre-Agenda Meeting Murdock Administration Center, 18500 Murdock Circle, Building B, Room #106-B, Port Charlotte
Tuesday, October 10, 2017 9:00 a.m. Board of County Commissioners Regular Meeting Murdock Administration Center, 18500 Murdock Circle, Commission Chambers Room #119, Port Charlotte
Tuesday, October 17, 2017 9:00 a.m. Board of County Commissioners Monthly Workshop Murdock Administration Center, 18500 Murdock Circle, Building B, Room #106-B, Port Charlotte
Thursday, October 19, 2017 1:30 p.m. Board of County Commissioners Pre-Agenda Meeting Murdock Administration Center, 18500 Murdock Circle, Building B, Room #106-B, Port Charlotte
Tuesday, October 24, 2017 9:00 a.m. Board of County Commissioners Regular and Land Use Meeting Murdock Administration Center, 18500 Murdock Circle, Commission Chambers Room #119, Port Charlotte
Thursday, November 9, 2017 1:30 p.m. Board of County Commissioners Pre-Agenda Meeting Murdock Administration Center, 18500 Murdock Circle, Building B, Room #106-B, Port Charlotte
Tuesday, November 14, 2017 9:00 a.m. Board of County Commissioners Regular Meeting Murdock Administration Center, 18500 Murdock Circle, Commission Chambers Room #119, Port Charlotte
Tuesday, November 21, 2017 9:00 a.m. Board of County Commissioners Monthly Workshop Murdock Administration Center, 18500 Murdock Circle, Building B, Room #106-B, Port Charlotte
Monday, November 27, 2017 9:00 a.m. Board of County Commissioners Pre-Agenda Meeting Murdock Administration Center, 18500 Murdock Circle, Building B, Room #106-B, Port Charlotte
Tuesday, November 28, 2017 9:00 a.m. Board of County Commissioners Regular and Land Use Meeting Murdock Administration Center, 18500 Murdock Circle, Commission Chambers Room #119, Port Charlotte
Thursday, December 7, 2016 1:30 p.m. Board of County Commissioners Pre-Agenda Meeting Murdock Administration Center, 18500 Murdock Circle, Building B, Room #106-B, Port Charlotte
Tuesday, December 12, 2017 9:00 a.m. Board of County Commissioners Regular and Land Use Meeting Murdock Administration Center, 18500 Murdock Circle, Commission Chambers Room #119, Port Charlotte
Tuesday, December 19, 2017 9:00 a.m. Board of County Commissioners Monthly Workshop Murdock Administration Center, 18500 Murdock Circle, Building B, Room #106-B, Port Charlotte
Thursday, December 21, 2017 1:30 p.m. **CANCELED** Board of County Commissioners Pre-Agenda Meeting Murdock Administration Center, 18500 Murdock Circle, Building B, Room #106-B, Port Charlotte
Tuesday, December 26, 2017 9:00 a.m. **CANCELED** Board of County Commissioners Regular and Land Use Meeting Murdock Administration Center, 18500 Murdock Circle, Commission Chambers Room #119, Port Charlotte