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MEETING OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TAMPA

The Tampa City Council Tampa City Council Chambers

315 E. Kennedy Blvd, Third Floor

Tampa, Florida 33602

REGULAR DRAFT AGENDA

DATE: 02/15/2018 TIME: 9:00 A.M.

Yvonne Yolie Capin, Chair, District 3 At-Large

Harry Cohen, Chair Pro-Tem, District 4

Mike Suarez, District 1 At-Large

Charlie Miranda, District 2 At-Large

No additional detail provided

Frank Reddick, District 5

Guido Maniscalco, District 6

Luis Viera, District 7

Martin Shelby, City Council Attorney
Tagged Passions:legal and council

WELCOME TO THE MEETING OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TAMPA.

THIS MEETING IS OPEN TO THE PUBLIC. Any person who decides to appeal any decision of the City Council with respect to any matter considered at this meeting will need a record of the proceedings, and for such purpose, may need to hire a court reporter 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. In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act and Section 286.26, Florida Statutes, persons with disabilities needing special accommodation to participate in this meeting should contact the Office of the City Clerk at (813) 274-8397 at least forty-eight (48) hours prior to the date of the meeting. Shirley Foxx-Knowles, CMC City Clerk MEETING CALLED TO ORDER YVONNE YOLIE CAPIN, CHAIR Invocation
Tagged Passions:legal, council, and court

Pledge of Allegiance

Roll Call

APPROVAL OF THE AGENDA AND ADDENDUM TO THE AGENDA:

CEREMONIAL ACTIVITIES AND\OR PRESENTATIONS:

1.
File No. E2018-16 - (Three minute presentation)

Presentation by applicants expressing an interest in being appointed to one of three positions on the Affordable Housing Advisory Committee. Shirley Foxx-Knowles, City Clerk, transmitting the list of applicants expressing an interest in being considered for one of the three positions on the Affordable Housing Advisory Committee. (To be R/F)

Tagged Passions:appointments and housing

2.
File No. E2018-16 (Three minute presentation)

Presentation by applicants expressing an interest in being appointed by Council to fill one of the two positions on the Architectural Review Commission. Shirley Foxx-Knowles, City Clerk, transmitting the list of applicants expressing an interest in being considered for the one of the two position on the Architectural Review Commission. - (To be R/F)

Tagged Passions:boards and commissions, appointments, and council

3.
File No. E2018-16 - (Three minute presentation)

Presentation by applicants expressing an interest in being appointed to a position on the Code Enforcement Board/Public Nuisance Abatement Board. Shirley Foxx-Knowles, City Clerk, transmitting the list of applicants expressing an interest in being considered for the position on the Code Enforcement Board/Public Nuisance Abatement Board. - (To be R/F)

Tagged Passions:appointments, codes enforcement, and abatement

4.
File No. E2018-16 (Three minute presentation)

Presentation by applicants expressing an interest in being appointed by Council to fill one of the six positions on the Equal Business Opportunity Advisory Council. Shirley Foxx-Knowles, City Clerk, transmitting the list of applicants expressing an interest in being considered for the one of the six positions on the Equal Business Opportunity Advisory Council. - (To be R/F)

Tagged Passions:appointments, council, and business

5.
File No. E2018-48

Whitney Brundage, Metro Wellness Center, to appear and make a short presentation regarding what the center does in the community. - (Original motion initiated by Viera-Maniscalco on February 1, 2018.)

Tagged Passions:Public Transit

CEREMONIAL ACTIVITIES AND\OR PRESENTATIONS CONTINUED:

6.
File No. E2018-48

No additional detail provided

Marc Blumenthal of Florida Funders to appear and make a presentation regarding the upcoming Innovation Summit and the State of Entrepreneurship and Innovation in Tampa Bay, which will be held on February 28, 2018. - (Original motion initiated by Reddick-Maniscalco on February 8, 2018.)

PUBLIC COMMENTS: (30 MINUTES ALLOTTED FOR ANY MATTERS OTHER THAN PUBLIC HEARINGS 3 MINUTES PER SPEAKER PREFERENCE SHALL BE GIVEN TO SPEAKERS WISHING TO ADDRESS ITEMS ON THE AGENDA.) REQUESTS BY THE PUBLIC FOR RECONSIDERATION OF LEGISLATIVE MATTERS

Tagged Passions:hearing and entrepreneurship

COMMITTEE REPORTS\CONSENT AGENDA (ITEMS 7 THROUGH 57):

Ordinances Being Presented For First Reading Consideration (Item 7)
Tagged Passions:ordinance

7.
File No. E2018-8 CH 27

(Ordinance being presented for first reading consideration) - An ordinance approving an Historic Preservation Property Tax Exemption application relative to the restoration, renovation or rehabilitation of certain property owned by Ybor Convent, LLC, located at 1706 East 11th Avenue, Tampa, Florida, in the Ybor City Local Historic District, based upon certain findings; Providing for notice to the Property Appraiser of Hillsborough County; Providing for severability; Providing for repeal of all ordinances in conflict; Providing an effective date. Public Safety Committee (Items 8 through 12) Charlie Miranda, Chair Harry Cohen, Vice-Chair Frank Reddick, Alternate

Tagged Passions:taxes, property, Taxes, public safety, ordinance, historic, property tax, and preservation

8.
File No. B2018-2

Resolution making certain changes in the budget of the City of Tampa for the fiscal year ending September 30, 2018; approving the transfer, reallocation, and/or appropriation of 198,740 within the Insurance and Fleet Operations Funds; providing an effective date.

Tagged Passions:budget, insurance, and funding

9.
File No. X2018-208

No additional detail provided

Resolution approving the quot;Single Source quot; proposal of ShotSpotter Inc. for the purchase of a ShotSpotter Flex Gunfire Location, Alert and Analysis Services Application Subscription in the estimated amount of 430,000 for use by the Tampa Police Department; approving an agreement between the City of Tampa and ShotSpotter Inc.; authorizing the Mayor to execute said agreement; providing an effective date.

Tagged Passions:public safety, purchasing, and services

COMMITTEE REPORTS\CONSENT AGENDA CONTINUED (ITEMS 7 THROUGH 57):

10.
File No. X2018-920

Resolution approving a new Schedule A to an agreement between the City of Tampa and LexisNexis Risk Solutions FL, Inc. for an extension of the provision of Accurint Law Enforcement Plus Software License Services in the estimated amount of 10,920 for use by the Tampa Police Department/Urban Area Security Initiative (UASI); authorizing execution thereof by the Mayor of the City of Tampa; providing an effective date.

Tagged Passions:license, public safety, services, information technology, risk, Information Technology, and security

11.
File No. X2018-928

No additional detail provided

Resolution approving the renewal of an award between the City of Tampa and Bill Currie Ford, Inc. for the provision of Preventive Maintenance Scheduled/Unscheduled Maintenance for Ford and Dodge Police Vehicles in the estimated amount of 1,200,000 for use by the Tampa Police Department; providing an effective date.

Tagged Passions:public safety

12.
File No. X2018-946

Resolution approving an agreement between the City of Tampa and Advanced Data Processing DBA Intermedix Corporation for the provision of Emergency Medical Transport Billing Services in the estimated amount of 880,000 for use by Tampa Fire Rescue; authorizing the Mayor to execute said agreement; providing an effective date.

Tagged Passions:services and emergency

Parks, Recreation and Cultural Committee (Items 13 through 25) Guido Maniscalco, Chair Luis Viera, Vice-Chair Charlie Miranda, Alternate

Tagged Passions:recreation and parks

13.
File No. B2018-9

Resolution approving a license contract for use of the facilities of the Tampa Convention Center between the City of Tampa and OSI Restaurant Partners, LLC; authorizing the Mayor to execute and the City Clerk to attest the agreement; and providing an effective date. - (March 5, 2018)

Tagged Passions:restaurants, license, contract, and conventions

14.
File No. B2018-9

Resolution approving a license contract for use of the facilities of the Tampa Convention Center between the City of Tampa and Society of American Society for Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition; authorizing the Mayor to execute and the City Clerk to attest the agreement; and providing an effective date. - (For ASPEN 2020 Nutrition Science Practice Conference beginning March 25, 2020 and ending April 1, 2020.)

Tagged Passions:license, contract, nutrition, and conventions

15.
File No. B2018-9

Resolution approving a license contract for use of the facilities of the Tampa Convention Center between the City of Tampa and OSI Restaurant Partners, LLC; authorizing the Mayor to execute and the City Clerk to attest the agreement; and providing an effective date. - (May 15, 2018)

Tagged Passions:restaurants, license, contract, and conventions

16.
File No. B2018-9

Resolution approving a license contract for use of the facilities of the Tampa Convention Center between the City of Tampa and Argentum; authorizing the Mayor to execute and the City Clerk to attest the agreement; and providing an effective date. - (Senior Living Executive Conference beginning May 16, 2020 and ending May 21, 2020.)

Tagged Passions:license, contract, and conventions

COMMITTEE REPORTS\CONSENT AGENDA CONTINUED (ITEMS 7 THROUGH 57):

17.
File No. B2018-9

Resolution approving a license contract for use of the facilities of the Tampa Convention Center between the City of Tampa and the Educational Testing Service (ETS); authorizing the Mayor to execute and the City Clerk to attest the agreement; and providing an effective date. - (Advance Placement (AP) Reading beginning May 25, 2019 and ending June 12, 2019.)

Tagged Passions:license, contract, and conventions

18.
File No. B2018-9

Resolution approving a license contract for use of the facilities of the Tampa Convention Center between the City of Tampa and OSI Restaurant Partners, LLC; authorizing the Mayor to execute and the City Clerk to attest the agreement; and providing an effective date. - (August 16, 2018)

Tagged Passions:restaurants, license, contract, and conventions

19.
File No. B2018-9

Resolution approving a license contract for use of the facilities of the Tampa Convention Center between the City of Tampa and BayCare Health System; authorizing the Mayor to execute and the City Clerk to attest the agreement; and providing an effective date. - (For BayCare-Quality Sharing Day beginning October 8, 2018 and ending October 9, 2018.)

Tagged Passions:license, contract, health, and conventions

20.
File No. B2018-9

Resolution approving a license contract for use of the facilities of the Tampa Convention Center between the City of Tampa and OSI Restaurant Partners, LLC; authorizing the Mayor to execute and the City Clerk to attest the agreement; and providing an effective date. - (November 1, 2018)

Tagged Passions:restaurants, license, contract, and conventions

21.
File No. B2018-9

Resolution approving a license contract for use of the facilities of the Tampa Convention Center between the City of Tampa and The Extreme Ventures, LLC; authorizing the Mayor to execute and the City Clerk to attest the agreement; and providing an effective date. - (For Tampa Bay New Car Truck Show beginning November 11, 2019 and ending November 20, 2019.)

Tagged Passions:license, contract, conventions, and transportation

22.
File No. B2018-51

Resolution approving a facility use agreement form to be used by City of Tampa's Parks and Recreation Department when licensing certain facilities for use by youth organizations in order to promote organized athletic activities; authorizing the Mayor to execute and the City Clerk to attest future agreements without further approval of City Council; providing an effective date.

Tagged Passions:council, youth, athletics, recreation, parks, and facility

23.
File No. Y2016-11

No additional detail provided

Resolution authorizing the 2nd Amendment to the Agreement between the City of Tampa and R. R. Simmons Construction Corporation regarding Contract 15-C-00049; Tampa Convention Center Renovations, authorizing the Mayor to execute said amendment on behalf of the City of Tampa; providing for funding thereof; and providing an effective date.

Tagged Passions:contract, conventions, construction, and funding

24.
File No. E2018-8 CH 28

No additional detail provided

Special Event Permit: Tampa Theatre WineFest - Franklin Street between Polk and Zack Streets - March 2 thru 3, 2018.

Tagged Passions:streets and events

25.
File No. E2018-8 CH 28

Special Event Permit: IOA 5K Corporate - Curtis Hixon Waterfront Park - April 5, 2018.

Tagged Passions:events and parks

COMMITTEE REPORTS\CONSENT AGENDA CONTINUED (ITEMS 7 THROUGH 57):

Public Works Committee (Items 26 through 36) Frank Reddick, Chair Guido Maniscalco, Vice-Chair Mike Suarez, Alternate
Tagged Passions:Public Works and public works

26.
File No. B2018-45

Resolution approving Work Order 12, under Contract 16-D-43012, in the amount of 23,994.32 to Barnes Ferland and Associates, Inc. for professional services in connection with Old Manhattan Avenue Landfill Environmental Permitting; authorizing issuance of said Work Order by the Contract Administration Department; providing an effective date.

Tagged Passions:services, contract, landfill, environment, and solid waste

27.
File No. X2018-190

No additional detail provided

Resolution approving the renewal of an award between the City of Tampa and Sulphuric Acid Trading Company, Inc. for the furnishing of Sulfuric Acid 66 Baume in the estimated amount of 956,198.88 for use by the Water Department; authorizing the Director of Purchasing to purchase said property, supplies, materials or services; providing an effective date.

Tagged Passions:property, purchasing, services, Utility, utility, materials, and water

28.
File No. X2018-287

Resolution approving, ratifying and confirming the placement of purchase orders for the provision of Emergency Rental of Generators in the estimated amount of 155,665 from Sunbelt Rentals, Inc. for use by the Wastewater Department; providing an effective date.

Tagged Passions:purchasing, rental, emergency, and sewer

29.
File No. X2018-885

No additional detail provided

Resolution approving the renewal of an award between the City of Tampa and Kemira Water Solutions, Inc. for the purchase of Liquid Ferric Sulfate in the estimated amount of 2,718,853.20 for use by the Water Department; providing an effective date.

Tagged Passions:purchasing, Utility, utility, and water

30.
File No. X2018-885

No additional detail provided

Resolution approving the quot;Single Source quot; proposal of Earth Science Laboratories, Inc. for the purchase of Liquid Copper Sulfate in the estimated amount of 742,500 for use by the Water Department; authorizing the Director of Purchasing to purchase said property, supplies, materials or services; providing an effective date.

Tagged Passions:property, purchasing, services, Utility, utility, materials, and water

31.
File No. X2018-885

No additional detail provided

Resolution approving the bid of U.S. Peroxide LLC dba USP Technologies for the furnishing of Hydrogen Peroxide Solution 35 in the estimated amount of 140,400 for use by the Water Department; authorizing the Director of Purchasing to purchase said property, supplies, materials or services; providing an effective date.

Tagged Passions:property, rfp, RFP, purchasing, services, Utility, utility, materials, and water

32.
File No. X2018-885

No additional detail provided

Resolution approving the renewal of an award between the City of Tampa and BASF Corporation for the furnishing of Liquid Cationic Polymer in the estimated amount of 900,000 for use by the Wastewater Department; authorizing the Director of Purchasing to purchase said property, supplies, materials or services; providing an effective date.

Tagged Passions:property, purchasing, services, materials, and sewer

COMMITTEE REPORTS\CONSENT AGENDA CONTINUED (ITEMS 7 THROUGH 57):

33.
File No. X2018-910

No additional detail provided

Resolution approving the Single Bid Response of Parsons Associates, Inc. dba Overhead Door Company of Tampa Bay for the furnishing of Citywide Overhead Door Services in the estimated amount of 157,938 for use by the Logistics and Asset Management Department/Facility Management Division; authorizing the Director of Purchasing to purchase said property, supplies, materials or services; providing an effective date.

Tagged Passions:property, rfp, RFP, purchasing, services, materials, and facility

34.
File No. X2018-910

No additional detail provided

Resolution approving the bid of Ally Facility Solutions, Inc. dba City Wide Maintenance of Tampa Bay for the provision of Janitorial Services for Parking Lots and Garages in the estimated amount of 601,725 for use by the Logistics and Asset Management Department/Facility Management Division; authorizing the Director of Purchasing to purchase said property, supplies, materials or services; providing an effective date.

Tagged Passions:property, rfp, RFP, purchasing, services, parking, materials, and facility

35.
File No. Y2018-8 - (Part 1 of 2 - See Item 36)

No additional detail provided

Resolution accepting the proposal of Moreno Industrial Services Inc. pertaining to Contract 17-C-00039; Breckenridge Pumping Station Rehabilitation, in the amount of 292,456; authorizing the execution of the Contract by the Mayor of the City of Tampa; providing an effective date.

Tagged Passions:services, contract, and industrial

36.
File No. B2018-2 - (Part 2 of 2 - See Item 35)

Resolution making certain changes in the budget of the City of Tampa for the fiscal year ending September 30, 2018; approving the transfer, reallocation, and/or appropriation of 293,000 within the Wastewater Capital Construction Fund for the Breckenridge Pumping Station Rehabilitation project; providing an effective date.

Tagged Passions:budget, construction, funding, and sewer

Finance Committee (Items 37 through 40) Harry Cohen, Chair Frank Reddick, Vice-Chair Luis Viera, Alternate

Tagged Passions:finance

37.
File No. B2018-2

Resolution making certain changes in the budget of the City of Tampa for the fiscal year ending September 30, 2018; approving the transfer, reallocation, and/or appropriation of 48,397 within the General Fund for Minority Business Development, Purchasing, and Tampa Convention Center for capital equipment and temporary personnel services; providing an effective date.

Tagged Passions:budget, personnel, purchasing, services, development, equipment, conventions, Development, funding, and business

38.
File No. B2018-46

Resolution approving a Fifth Amendment to Agreement between the City of Tampa and Bradley Arant Boult Cummings LLP, to provide complex legal services to the City; authorizing execution thereof by the Mayor of the City of Tampa; providing an effective date.

Tagged Passions:legal and services

39.
File No. E2017-16

Resolution approving, ratifying and confirming the re-appointment of Donna Stark and the appointment of Susan Perry as members of the City of Tampa Citizen Review Board, each for a four-year term commending February 12, 2018, and ending February 23, 2022; providing an effective date.

Tagged Passions:recognition and appointments

COMMITTEE REPORTS\CONSENT AGENDA CONTINUED (ITEMS 7 THROUGH 57):

40.
File No. X2018-918

Resolution approving an agreement between the City of Tampa and Robert Half International, Inc. for the provision of Temporary Staffing, Direct Hire and Other Employer Services in the estimated amount of 600,000 for use by various Departments; authorizing the Mayor to execute said agreement; providing an effective date.

Tagged Passions:human resources and services

Building, Zoning and Preservation Committee (Items 41 through 54) Luis Viera, Chair Mike Suarez, Vice-Chair Guido Maniscalco, Alternate

Tagged Passions:zoning and preservation

41.
File No. B2018-41

No additional detail provided

Resolution approving the execution by the Mayor and attestation by the City Clerk of an Estoppel Certificate involving real property interests held by the City of Tampa over leased premises known as the Centro Espanol Building (part of the Centro Ybor Complex) in favor of Branch Banking and Trust Company in connection with the refinancing of Centro Ybor; providing an effective date.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:leasing and property

42.
File No. B2018-44

No additional detail provided

Resolution authorizing the execution by the Mayor and the attestation by the City Clerk of a Parking Lease Agreement between the City of Tampa, as lessee, and Riverside Heights Holdings III, LLC, as lessor, allowing the use of property located at 203 W. 7th Avenue, Tampa, Florida, for parking purposes; providing for an effective date.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:leasing, property, and parking

43.
File No. B2018-44

No additional detail provided

Resolution approving the execution by the Mayor and attestation by the City Clerk of the Fourth Amendment to land sales agreement between the City of Tampa and HRI Investments, LLC. For the sale of the property at 405 E. Kennedy Boulevard in Tampa, Florida, to modify the provisions of the project development agreement at Section A10 of the addendum address deadlines; providing an effective date.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:streets, property, development, investment, sale, and Development

Memorandum from Senior Assistant City Attorney Jorge I. Martin, Legal Department, requesting that the fourth amendment to land sales agreement attached to said resolution be substituted. - (To be R/F)

Tagged Passions:legal and sale

44.
File No. B2018-44

No additional detail provided

Resolution approving the execution by the Mayor and attestation by the City Clerk of a land sales agreement and quit claim deed between the City of Tampa, as Seller, and Paul L. Robinson and Hyacinth Robinson, as Purchasers, for the sale of real property located at 1006 Poinsettia Avenue, Tampa, Florida, for 12,007; providing an effective date.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:property and sale

45.
File No. B2018-53

No additional detail provided

Resolution approving the execution by the Mayor and attestation by the City Clerk of a license and hold harmless agreement between the City of Tampa, as Licensor, and Gregory and Lisa McNamara, as Licensees, for the construction and operation of a dock on and over submerged lands owned and held by the City in the vicinity of 6010 River Terrace; providing for an effective date.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:license, boating, watershed, and construction

COMMITTEE REPORTS\CONSENT AGENDA CONTINUED (ITEMS 7 THROUGH 57):

46.
File No. B2018-56

No additional detail provided

Resolution assessing the costs expended by the City of Tampa, a municipal corporation, to secure vacant structures on certain real property in the city after failure of the interested parties to secure the vacant structures on such property: authorizing a certified copy of this resolution and exhibit to be recorded with the Clerk of the Circuit Court and having the force and effect of a lien; providing an effective date. - (Securing one structure)

Tagged Passions:legal, property, and court

47.
File No. D2018-4

Resolution partially vacating the revised plat of Woodlawn Park, as recorded in Plat Book 7, Page 6 of the public records of Hillsborough county, Florida, approving a replat of a portion of Block 9 and the vacated alley, revised plat of Woodlawn Park, as recorded in Plat Book 7, Page 6, lying in Section 23, Township 29 South, Range 18 East, City of Tampa, Hillsborough county, Florida; to be known as Carmen Place Townhomes; contingent upon certain conditions; authorizing the Chairman of the City Council and the City Clerk to execute a proper certificate of the replat; providing an effective date.

Tagged Passions:streets, council, public records, zoning, and parks

48.
File No. D2018-4

Resolution partially vacating a portion of Hanan Estates, as recorded in Plat Book 14, Page 43 of the public records of Hillsborough County, Florida; approving a replat of same to be known as Pineapple Palms Townhomes; contingent upon certain conditions; authorizing the Chairman of the City Council and the City Clerk to execute a proper certificate of the replat; providing an effective date

Tagged Passions:council, public records, and zoning

49.
File No. E2018-40

No additional detail provided

Resolution authorizing the Mayor to execute and the City Clerk to attest a release of easement renouncing, discontinuing and abandoning any City claim to a public utilities easement and Verizon (now, Frontier) easement encumbering real property in the vicinity of 1324 W. Carmen Street in Tampa, Florida; providing an effective date. - (ROE17-03)

Tagged Passions:streets, property, Utility, Telecommunications, telecommunications, utility, and easement

50.
File No. F2018-69

Resolution approving an agreement between the City of Tampa, Florida and Domain Homes, Inc., for development, management, and delivery of affordable single family homes together with ancillary social service programs within Tampas Urban Core under the State Housing Initiatives Partnership Program of the Florida Housing Finance Corporation.

Tagged Passions:development, finance, housing, Development, and program

51.
File No. X2018-955

No additional detail provided

Resolution assessing liens for the costs expended by the City of Tampa, a municipal corporation, for the preparation, demolition and/or removal of certain building(s) and/or structure(s) located in the City after the determination that said buildings or structures satisfied the criteria to demolish and the property owner(s) failed to demolish and/or remove same or failed to do so prior to the city incurring costs; authorizing a certified copy of the resolution to be recorded with the Clerk of the Circuit Court and having the force and effect of a notice of assessment of lien; providing an effective date.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:legal, property, demolition, and court

52.
File No. X2018-960

No additional detail provided

Resolution assessing the costs expended by the City of Tampa, a municipal corporation, for mowing and/or removing offensive accumulations from certain real property in the City after failure of the interested parties to mow and/or remove the offensive accumulations from such property: authorizing a certified copy of this resolution and exhibit to be recorded with the Clerk of the Circuit Court and having the force and effect of a lien; providing an effective date. - (Abating 18 properties)

Tagged Passions:legal, property, and court

COMMITTEE REPORTS\CONSENT AGENDA CONTINUED (ITEMS 7 THROUGH 57):

53.
File No. X2018-960

No additional detail provided

Resolution assessing the costs expended by the City of Tampa, a municipal corporation, for mowing and/or removing offensive accumulations from certain real property in the City after failure of the interested parties to mow and/or remove the offensive accumulations from such property: authorizing a certified copy of this resolution and exhibit to be recorded with the Clerk of the Circuit Court and having the force and effect of a lien; providing an effective date. - (Abating 9 properties)

Tagged Passions:legal, property, and court

54.
File No. X2017-955

No additional detail provided

Resolution assessing the costs expended by the City of Tampa, a municipal corporation, for the demolition and/or removal of certain building(s) and/or structure(s) in the city after condemnation thereof and failure of the property owner(s) to demolish and/or remove same; authorizing a certified copy of the resolution to be recorded with the Clerk of the Circuit Court and having the force and effect of a notice of assessment of lien; providing an effective date. - (Demolishing 18 properties) - (Continued from November 16, 2017 and from December 21, 2017.)

Tagged Passions:legal, property, demolition, condemnation, and court

Transportation Committee (Items 55 through 57) Mike Suarez, Chair Charlie Miranda, Vice-Chair Harry Cohen, Alternate

Tagged Passions:transportation

55.
File No. D2018-5

No additional detail provided

Resolution by the City of Tampa, Florida, dedicating as public right-of-way a portion of City owned property lying west of the Hillsborough River and south of Interstate 275 in the City of Tampa, Florida, as more particularly described in Section 2 of this resolution; providing an effective date.

Tagged Passions:property, watershed, and transportation

56.
File No. B2018-2 - (Part 1 of 2 - See Item 57)

Resolution approving a third amendment to agreement between the Southwest Florida Water Management District and the City of Tampa for stormwater implementation flood protection Upper Peninsula/Vasconia Regional Stormwater Model BMP Project (N528); authorizing execution thereof by the Mayor; providing an effective date.

Tagged Passions:Utility, flooding, stormwater, utility, and water

57.
File No. B2018-2 - (Part 2 of 2 - See Item 56)

Resolution making certain changes in the budget of the City of Tampa for the fiscal year ending September 30, 2018; approving the transfer, reallocation, and/or appropriation of 2,093,856 within the FY16 Bank Note Stormwater Fund and SWFWMD Grants Capital Projects Fund for the Upper Peninsula Flooding Relief Phase II Vasconia Outfall Project; providing an effective date. ITEMS BEING SET FOR PUBLIC HEARINGS BY COUNCIL CONSENT - (ITEMS 58 THROUGH 60):

Tagged Passions:budget, hearing, capital spending, council, Capital Spending, flooding, stormwater, grant, and funding

58.
File No. BSR18-01

Resolution setting a public hearing on March 15, 2018 at 10:30 a.m. upon a request to displace vitrified bricks/brick streets and associated granite curbs within the Public Right-of-Way (Portions of Franklin Street and N. East Street) lying north of E. Jackson Street, south of E. Kennedy Boulevard, west of N. Nebraska Avenue, and east of N. Tampa Street), in the City of Tampa, Florida; the same being more fully described in Section 1 herein; providing for Notice; providing an effective date. ITEMS BEING SET FOR PUBLIC HEARINGS BY COUNCIL CONSENT CONTINUED - (ITEMS 58 THROUGH 60):

Tagged Passions:streets, hearing, and council

59.
File No. DZ85-166

Resolution setting a public hearing on March 8, 2018 at 6:00 p.m. on a Notification of Proposed Change to a previously approved Development of Regional Impact (DRI), development order for Tampa Technology Park West; pursuant to Section 380.06(19), Florida Statutes, upon application of Great American Corporation, for an amendment to the development order for property more particularly described herein; providing an effective date.

Tagged Passions:hearing, property, Technology, development, technology, Development, and parks

60.
File No. E2018-8 CH 27

Petition for review filed by Catherine M. Mukwelle requesting a review hearing regarding a decision of the Zoning Administrator, SU1-18-06, pertaining to property at 3426 E. Lambright Street. - (Review hearing to be scheduled on April 5, 2018 at 10:30 a.m.) 9:30 A.M. - PUBLIC HEARINGS SECOND READING ON PROPOSED ORDINANCES (ITEMS 61 THROUGH 64) (Quasi-judicial proceedings require witness to be sworn in prior to testifying pursuant to Resolution No. 2004-667)

Tagged Passions:administrator, hearing, property, ordinance, and zoning

61.
File No. A2018-1 - (UNAN)

(Ordinance being presented for second reading and adoption) - An ordinance of the City of Tampa, Florida, designating the First Federal Savings Loan Association of Tampa located at 220 East Madison Street, Tampa, Florida, as more particularly described in Section 3 hereof, as a local landmark; providing for repeal of all ordinances in conflict; providing for severability; providing an effective date. - (Original motion to approve said ordinance on first reading had been initiated by Suarez-Maniscalco on February 1, 2018.)

Tagged Passions:streets and ordinance

Beverly Jewesak. Architectural Review Historic Preservation, transmitting letters notifying property owners, affidavit attesting to notification and certificate of mailing pertaining to said public hearing. - (To be R/F)

Tagged Passions:hearing, property, historic, and preservation

62.
File No. VAC18-01 - (UNAN)

(Ordinance being presented for second reading and adoption) - An ordinance amending Ordinance No. 2017-176, passed by the City Council of the City of Tampa on December 07, 2017, which authorized an Ordinance vacating, closing, discontinuing and abandoning alleyway lying south of Indiana Avenue, north of Ohio Avenue, east of Myrtle Avenue, and west of North Boulevard, in North Riverside Addition No. 2, a subdivision in the City of Tampa, Florida, to correct a scrivener's error in the Legal Description by replacing the Legal Description in said ordinance to add the Block Number; providing for severability; providing an effective date. - (Original motion to approve said ordinance on first reading had been initiated by Maniscalco-Suarez on February 1, 2017)

Tagged Passions:streets, legal, ordinance, council, and subdivision

63.
File No. VAC18-09 - (UNAN - Miranda absent at vote)

(Ordinance being presented second reading and adoption) - An ordinance vacating, closing, discontinuing and abandoning a portion of Right-of-Way located east of 19th Street, west of 20th Street and north of CSX Railroad, in Ybor Channel Subdivision, a subdivision in the City of Tampa, Hillsborough County, Florida, the same being more fully described in Section 1 hereof, subject to certain easements, easement reservations, covenants, conditions and restrictions more particularly set forth herein; providing an effective date. - (Original motion to approve said ordinance on first reading had been initiated by Reddick-Suarez on January 25, 2018.) 9:30 A.M. - PUBLIC HEARINGS SECOND READING ON PROPOSED ORDINANCES CONTINUED (ITEMS 61 THROUGH 64) (Quasi-judicial proceedings require witness to be sworn in prior to testifying pursuant to Resolution No. 2004-667)

Tagged Passions:streets, hearing, ordinance, subdivision, and easement

64.
File No. VAC18-12 - (UNAN)

(Ordinance being presented for second reading and adoption) - An ordinance vacating, closing, discontinuing and abandoning a portion of right-of-way located south of W. Emma Street, north of W. Chelsea Street, east of N. Ola Avenue and west of N. Highland Avenue, in Meadowbrook, a subdivision in the City of Tampa, Hillsborough County, Florida, the same being more fully described in Section 1 hereof, subject to certain easement reservations, covenants, conditions and restrictions more particularly set forth herein; providing an effective date. - (Original motion to approve said ordinance on first reading had been initiated by Miranda-Viera on February 1, 2018,) City staff to provide an answer regarding the status or plan to fix the sewer line. - (Original motion initiated by Miranda-Viera on February 1, 2018.) (9:30 A.M. - PUBLIC HEARING - (ITEM 65) - (Non Quasi-judicial Proceedings)

Tagged Passions:streets, hearing, ordinance, Utility, subdivision, utility, easement, and sewer

65.
File No. E2018-8 CH 24

No additional detail provided

Public hearing to consider the levy, collection and enforcement of a non-ad valorem assessment within an expanded portion of the Downtown Area of, and surrounding neighborhoods of, the City of Tampa for the purpose of paying for the provision of certain enhanced services in said area including, but not limited to, safety, maintenance, marketing, beautification, transportation, and related administrative costs therein.

10:30 A.M. - PUBLIC HEARINGS [INCLUDING REVIEW HEARINGS] - (ITEMS 66 THROUGH 68) - (Quasi-judicial proceedings require witness to be sworn in prior to testifying pursuant to Resolution No. 2004-667)

Tagged Passions:hearing, services, downtown, ad valorem, neighborhood, market, and transportation

66.
File No. VAC18-10

Public hearing on application by Nardos, Maurice and Nastasia Asgedom to vacate an alley located south of Lemon Street, north of Carmen Street, east of Tampania Avenue and west of Armenia Avenue. (Ordinance being presented for first reading consideration) - An ordinance vacating, closing, discontinuing and abandoning an alleyway located south of Lemon Street, north of Carmen Street, east of Tampania Avenue and west of Armenia Avenue, in revised map of West Pines, a Subdivision in the City of Tampa, Hillsborough County, Florida, the same being more fully described in Section 1 hereof, subject to certain easement reservations, covenants, conditions and restrictions more particularly set forth herein; providing an effective date.

Tagged Passions:streets, hearing, ordinance, subdivision, and easement

67.
File No. VAC18-11

No additional detail provided

Public hearing on application of TJ Large Jr. to vacate an alleyway lying south of Wyoming Ave, north of Interbay Boulevard, west of 2nd Street and east of 3rd St.

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E-mail from Barbara Lynch, Land Development Coordination, transmitting an e-mail from TJ Large requesting said application be withdrawn. - (To be R/F)

10:30 A.M. - PUBLIC HEARINGS [INCLUDING REVIEW HEARINGS] CONTINUED - (ITEMS 66 THROUGH 68) - (Quasi-judicial proceedings require witness to be sworn in prior to testifying pursuant to Resolution No. 2004-667)
Tagged Passions:hearing, development, and Development

68.
File No. VAC18-07

Continued public hearing from January 25, 2018 on application of Domain Homes Inc. to vacate a portion of Kelly Road and Foster Avenue lying south of Sanders Drive, north of Foster Avenue, east of Switzer Avenue and west of Bayshore Boulevard. - (Continued from January 11, 2018.) (Ordinance being presented for first reading consideration) - An ordinance vacating, closing, discontinuing and abandoning a portion of Right-of-Way lying at the corner of North Foster Avenue and south Kelly Road, in Bayhill Estates, a Subdivision in the City of Tampa, Hillsborough County, Florida, the same being more fully described in Section 1 hereof, subject to certain covenants and conditions more particularly set forth herein; providing an effective date.

Tagged Passions:streets, hearing, ordinance, and subdivision

ITEMS REMOVED FROM CONSENT AGENDA (IF ANY):

STAFF REPORTS AND UNFINISHED BUSINESS - (ITEMS 69 THROUGH 74) - (UP TO FIVE [5] MINUTES PER AGENDA ITEM)

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69.
File No. X2018-914 - (Placed under Staff Reports and Unfinished Business pursuant to motion adopted by City Council.)

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:council and business

Resolution approving the renewal of an agreement between the City of Tampa and Quality Roofing, Inc. for the provision of Roofing Services in the estimated amount of 3,127,953 for use by the Logistics Asset Management Department/Facility Management Division; providing an effective date.

Tagged Passions:services and facility

70.
File No. X2018-885 - (Placed under Staff Reports and Unfinished Business pursuant to motion adopted by City Council.)

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:council and business

Resolution approving the bid of Allied Universal Corporation for the furnishing of Liquid Caustic Soda in the estimated amount of 3,798,900 for use by the Water and Wastewater Departments; authorizing the Director of Purchasing to purchase said property, supplies, materials or services; providing an effective date.

Tagged Passions:property, rfp, RFP, purchasing, services, Utility, utility, materials, sewer, and water

71.
File No. X2018-961 - (Placed under Staff Reports and Unfinished Business pursuant to motion adopted by City Council.)

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:council and business

Resolution approving the proposal of Evoqua Water Technologies LLC; approving an agreement between the City of Tampa and Evoqua Water Technologies LLC for the provision of Odor and Corrosion Control Services for the net amount as proposed and agreed upon in the estimated amount of 26,260,840; authorizing the Mayor to execute said agreement; providing an effective date.

Tagged Passions:services, Utility, utility, and water

72.
File No. E2018-8 CH 21

No additional detail provided

Sonya Little, Chief Financial Officer, and the Department of Public Works to appear and discuss mitigating payment of utility bills, specifically, late fees and other costs after extreme weather events such as hurricanes. - (Original motion initiated by Suarez-Maniscalco on January 25, 2018.)

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:Utility, Public Works, finance, events, utility, and public works

STAFF REPORTS AND UNFINISHED BUSINESS CONTINUED - (ITEMS 69 THROUGH 74) - (UP TO FIVE [5] MINUTES PER AGENDA ITEM)

Tagged Passions:business

73.
File No. E2018-8 CH 26

Mark Wilfalk, Director of Solid Waste, and Contract Administration to appear and provide a report regarding the following issues: a) the contract that the City has with Waste Management concerning some of the repercussions for not providing timely services pertaining to garbage collection in the South Howard Area and what will be the next steps by the City regarding said contract and b) a short summary on how the clean-up after Gasparilla went. - (Original motion initiated by Suarez-Maniscalco on January 25, 2018.)

Tagged Passions:services, contract, Utility, utility, and solid waste

74.
File No. E2018-48

Council Attorney Martin Shelby be requested to work in conjunction with Senior Assistant City Attorney Jorge Martin, CRA Board Attorney, to study the legality of Councils authority to turn off cameras during public comments; further, that Council Attorney Martin Shelby to appear and provide a staff report regarding said matter. - (Original motion initiated by Reddick-Maniscalco on February 8, 2018.)

Tagged Passions:legal and council

INFORMATION REPORTS AND NEW BUSINESS BY COUNCIL MEMBERS:

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MOTION TO RECEIVE AND FILE ALL DOCUMENTS:

GENERAL PUBLIC COMMENT: FINAL ADJOURNMENT:

MARK YOUR CALENDARS

UPCOMING WORKSHOP SESSIONS OF COUNCIL: Thursday: Feb. 22nd, 2018 @ 9:00 a.m. UPCOMING EVENING SESSIONS OF COUNCIL: Thursday: Feb. 22nd, 2018 @ 6:00 p.m.
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COMMUNITY REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY (CRA) MEETINGS:

The meetings of the Community Redevelopment Agency (CRA) will be held on the second Thursday of each month at 9:00 a.m. in the City Council Chambers with the exceptions notated below: Thursday: Mar. 8th, 2018 @ 9:00 a.m. COUNCIL AND CRA INFORMATION ELECTRONIC MEDIA PRESENTATIONS BEFORE CITY COUNCIL Pursuant to Rule 7(I) of Councils Rules of Procedure, persons requesting to use electronic media for presentation to City Council are required to notify the Chair, the City Clerks office and the City of Tampa Cable Communication Department (CTTV) at least forty-eight (48) hours in advance. The electronic media must be delivered to CTTV at least forty-eight (48) hours prior to broadcast. COUNCIL AND CRA MEETINGS

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All Council and CRA sessions are open to the public. Additional meetings may be scheduled by Council or by the CRA.

CTTV VIEWINGS: Regular Meetings: (LIVE) Thursdays at 9:00 a.m. (REPLAYED) Thursdays at 6:00 p.m., Saturdays at1:00 p.m., Wednesday at 8:30 a.m. and Thursday through Monday nights at midnight. Evening Meetings: (REPLAYED) Sundays at 8:00 a.m. and Tuesday and Wednesday nights at midnight.

Tagged Passions:council

CTTV is located on Channel 640 [Bright House Networks] and on Channel 15 [Verizon].

AGENDA AVAILABILITY Council and CRA draft/final/action agendas are prepared for each Council and CRA meeting and are available to the public in the Office of the City Clerk and are available on the Sire Agenda Plus Repository on the City of Tampas website via the following link:
Tagged Passions:council, Telecommunications, and telecommunications

http://atg.tampagov.net//SIREPUB/MEETRESULTS.ASPX

Council Draft agendas for the regular sessions held on the 1st and 3rd Thursdays of each month are available at 4:00 p.m. on the Friday prior to the regular session.

No additional detail provided

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CRA Draft Agenda for the regular session held on the 2nd Thursday of each month are available at 4:00 p.m. on the Friday prior to the regular session.

No additional detail provided

Council Draft agendas for the evening sessions held on the 2nd Thursday of each month are available at 1:00 p.m. on Monday, eight working days prior to the meeting.

No additional detail provided

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Council Draft agenda for the workshop session held on the 4th Thursdays of each month are available at 4:00 p.m. on the Friday prior to the regular session.

PUBLIC COMMENT FOR REGULAR SESSIONS OF COUNCIL Pursuant to Rule 3(B)(5) of Councils Rules of Procedure, thirty (30) minutes shall be allotted for Public Comment at the regular sessions of Council, with each person permitted to speak on any matters not scheduled for a public hearing. Preference shall be given to speakers wishing to address items on the agenda. Those speakers remaining after the allotted time shall have the opportunity to address City Council at the end of the meeting.

Tagged Passions:hearing, council, and procedure

Members of the public may address Council for three (3) minutes regarding any matter not scheduled for a public hearing during the Public Comment section on the agenda for the regular sessions of Council. The speaker shall first identify the

item and restrict all comments to matters relevant to that item. Comments not relevant shall be ruled out of order by the Chair and continued irrelevant comments shall result in the speaker being denied further audience time. The public may also address Council for three (3) minutes regarding any matter during the General Public Comment section at the end of the regular session of Council. When addressing Council, state your name and address. Please observe the time limit. The Chair shall rule out of order any member of the public who shall speak out of order or who shall not address Council/CRA from the podium or other established speaker area. The Chairman shall also rule out of order any person who, in the Chair's determination, is making obscene, profane, impertinent, irrelevant, immaterial inflammatory statements or inciting violence or fighting. No member of the audience shall, during a Council Meeting, make or cause to be made any audible or disruptive sound or noise. All persons shall at all times conduct themselves in accordance with these rules and failing such shall be removed from the Council Chamber. In the event of such removal such person shall not thereafter be readmitted to the Council Chamber or the Council Lobby during the same meeting. ALL MEETINGS ARE OPEN TO THE GENERAL PUBLIC All persons attending the meeting are subject to search- Weapons are prohibited. Chapter 790.06 (12) Florida Statutes prohibits the possession of firearms or other dangerous weapons in a municipal government meeting by all persons not specifically authorized by Florida Statute. Conviction carries penalties of up to Five (5) years imprisonment and a 5,000 fine. Pursuant to Rule 5 (G) of the Councils Rules of Procedure, which reads as follows: No weapons or objects that may be used as weapons shall be allowed in the Council Chambers. Persons, bags, packages and parcels entering Council Chambers are subject to search. PUBLIC HEARING SPEAKER'S WAIVER FORM
Tagged Passions:hearing, property, Gun Control, gun control, noise, events, and procedure

Only during public hearings, individuals in the audience may designate a spokesperson to speak on their behalf, thereby relinquishing their speaking time to the designated spokesperson on the public hearing agenda item for which designation was made. A speaker's waiver form must be filled out and signed by individuals in the audience and presented to Council at the time that s/he appears before Council. Speaking time is one minute per name up to a maximum of 10 minutes.

CONSENT AGENDA The COMMITTEE portion of the agenda is known as the CONSENT Agenda. It is an effective procedure used by Council to handle routine items expeditiously. Each Councilmember is assigned a committee and reviews all items prior to the meeting. Committee items are adopted by one motion unless a member of the public or a Councilmember wishes to address a particular item. In such cases, the item will be pulled from the consent agenda and considered separately.
Tagged Passions:hearing, council, and procedure

CANCELLATION OF A NOTICED, SCHEDULED HEARING

There are times when a noticed, scheduled hearing will not be heard due to the petition not being perfected. You may call the Office of the City Clerk anytime four days prior to the hearing to confirm that the hearing will be held. COUNCIL/CRA CALENDAR The Council/CRA Calendar is updated by the Office of the City Clerk after the action agenda(s) has been finalized and printed. Items placed on the Council/CRA Calendar are the regular, evening, and workshop sessions scheduled by Council and the regular sessions of the CRA. Also listed on the Council/CRA Calendar are any special sessions of the CRA and any special sessions of Council such as public hearings, workshops, presentations, items scheduled for a time certain, and any cancelled sessions. Also listed on the Council/CRA Calendar are any Standing Committee meetings, Special Discussion meetings or any special meetings that the Council must attend as a group. The updated Council/CRA Calendars are posted on the bulletin board in the main lobby of Old City Hall and are also available on the Sire Agenda Plus Repository on the City of Tampas website via the following link:
Tagged Passions:hearing and council

http://atg.tampagov.net//SIREPUB/MEETRESULTS.ASPX

ADA INFORMATION In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act and Section 286.26, Florida Statute, persons with disabilities needing special accommodation to participate in this meeting should contact the Office of the City Clerk at (813) 274-8397 at least forty-eight (48) hours prior to the date of the meeting. PARKING FACILITIES IN THE VICINITY OF CITY HALL Please be advised that all parking meters located on Kennedy Boulevard and south to include Whiting Street are currently enforceable until 8:00 PM and all parking meters south of Whiting Street are currently enforceable until 12:00 AM, seven days per week. Parking meters located north of Kennedy Boulevard are not currently enforceable after 6:00 PM. City Hall can be accessed by transit utilizing the Hillsborough Area Regional Transit Authority (HART). Copy the link below to use their trip planner for the best route from your location. Bike racks are available on the west side of the building: http://www.gohart.org/routes/plan/tripplanner.html DEPARTMENTAL CONTACTS FOR ASSISTANCE Scheduling procedures: Office of the City Clerk E-Mail: ctyclerk@tampagov.net
Tagged Passions:streets, Bicycles, Public Transit, disability, procedure, parking, and bicycles

Phone: 274-8397

No additional detail provided

Fax: 274-8306

Land Uses, Alcoholic Beverage Permits, or Zoning Categories: Land Development Coordination

Tagged Passions:development, alcohol, zoning, and Development

Phone: 274-3100 (Select Option 2)

No additional detail provided

Closure/Vacating Petitions: Right-of-Way/Mapping

Phone: 274-3100 (Select Option 2)

Plan Amendments: Planning Commission

Tagged Passions:boards and commissions and planning

Phone: 272-5940.

Video tapes of City Council Meetings: Office of Cable Communications

Tagged Passions:council, Communications, and communications

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