01 Reso - Removal and Disposal of Debris from the Lift Station Wet Wells and the WWTP.doc B003124 Hinterland Group.pdf
Packet_for_Bid_F-4568-18-RL.pdf Eval Checklist.docx bid_F-4568-18-RL_-_Removal_and_Disposal_of_Debris_from_the_Lift_Station_Wet_Wells_and_the_WWTP_Line_Item_Tab_Report.pdf Term Sheet - Hinterland Group, Inc. Debris Disposal.doc BIS 18-138.doc
R-2018-115 A Resolution Of The City Commission Of The City Of Hollywood, Florida, Supporting And Adopting The Broward County December 2017 Update Of
The Multi-Jurisdictional Enhanced Local Mitigation Strategy Plan Pursuant To The Disaster Mitigation Act Of 2000, Which Establishes Criteria For The Distribution Of Federal Funds For Local Disaster-Related Mitigation Projects; Authorizing The Establishment Of Certain Accounts To Recognize And Appropriate Said Federal Funds, If And When Distributed; Further Authorizing The Appropriate City Officials To Execute All Applicable Participation Agreements To Receive Said Funds.
LED Lighting Resolution.docx LED Lighting Agreement.pdf LED Lighting Presentation.pdf Term Sheet FPLLEDLIGHTING2018.DOC BIS 18-140.docx
R-2018-117 A Resolution Of The City Commission Of The City Of Hollywood, Florida, Authorizing The Appropriate City Officals To Issue The Attached
Blanket Purchase Order With Unifirst Corporation For Uniform Rentals And Related Products and Service To Be Utilized By All City Departments And Division Offices In The Estimated Annual Amount of 60,000.00.
PO-2018-01 An Ordinance Of The City Of Hollywood, Florida, Amending Chapter 100 Of The Code Of Ordinances Entitled Noise To Clarify Definitions; To
Make Property Owners Responsible For Violations; To Waive The Requirement For A Warning Prior To Violation; To Establish Quiet Hours Citywide In Residentially Zoned Areas; To Establish A Fine Structure With Escalating Fees; And To Clarify 100.04 Sound Limitations For Public Property; Providing For Severability; Providing For Conflicts; Providing For An Effective Date.
R-2018-119 A Resolution Of The City Commission Of The City Of Hollywood, Florida, Approving And Authorizing The Appropriate City Officials To Execute
The Attached Memorandum Of Understanding Between The City And The Broward County Police Benevolent Association to Address Article 43 (Wages) Prior To The Conclusion Of A Negotiated Successor Agreement And Not Be Delayed By The Pending Unfair Labor Practice Case No. CA-2012-016 Filed By The PBA.
Any person who wishes to speak must first complete a comment card from the City Clerk . Comment cards must be returned to the City Clerk within the
first five minutes after the start of the agenda item. After being recognized, approach the podium, give your name and address, identify your client or clients (if applicable). A citizen's time is not transferable to any other person.
Disclosure Of Real Estate Interests And Business Relationships - When an agenda item involves the use or development of land, each member of the City
Commission, the City Manager, the Assistant City Manager, the City Attorney, the Deputy City Attorney, and the director and assistant director(s) of each City department and City office shall disclose orally, at the time the City Commission begins to discuss the item, or in writing to the City Clerk prior to the publication of the agenda, any significant interest (as defined below) that such City official or employee or any relative of such City official or employee has in land located within 300 feet of the land that is the subject of the item. When an agenda item involves an invitation for bids, request for proposals, request for qualifications, request for letters of interest, or other competitive solicitation, each member of the City Commission, the City Manager, the Assistant City Manager, the City Attorney, the Deputy City Attorney, and the director and assistant director (s) of each City department and City office shall disclose orally, at the time the City Commission begins to discuss the item, or in writing to the City Clerk prior to the publication of the agenda, any client or business relationship that such City official or employee or any relative of such City official or employee has with any business entity that has submitted a response to the competitive solicitation. Significant interest means ownership of more than 5 percent of the value of the land.