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agenda that was not budgeted for referring to Hydro Solutions, LLC. He went on to say the money is in the CRA budget and that is where it is proposed to be funded from. He concluded and said it was placed on the consent agenda at the direction of moving
Commissioner Huffman asked about a Resolution from the last meeting regarding the American Disability Act and handicapped accessibility of the public facilities. She said she would email the City Manager with her questions.
meeting and said she forgot to add the information about a proposed round about. She went on to share her opinion on the city commission comment limitation saying it was not fair since the City Commission only meets twice a month. She said if they were in such a hurry to get out of a meeting, that they want to rush things along and not make it understandable to the public, then maybe they should not be Commissioners. The Mayor asked her to address the it when the business item came up later in the meeting. Sharon Garrett continued and asked the City Commission why they have not spent the money from the BCR plant for a softball field and concluded by saying it was unfair to the girls team. Mayor Tyler closed the floor to public comments. Vice Mayor West moved to approve the consent agenda. The motion was seconded by Commissioner Mason. RESULT: APPROVED [UNANIMOUS]
Public participation is encouraged. If you wish to address the City Commission regarding items not on the agenda, please sign your name on the list located in the City Hall Chambers entrance. Mayor Tyler opened the floor to public comments. The following members of the public came forward to speak with the Mayor and City Commissioners: Charmeythia Streeter asked several questions directed to Commissioner Mason. How
Eva Complex cost the city around 30 million dollars. Commissioner Mason addressed the previous pool usage and said when the new pool was built, everyone went there to swim. He concluded by clarifying his statement about the heating of Lake Eva pool. Commissioner Mason continued and said to Ms. Streeter that you can t compare the prices of the projects because you are talking about a community pool. You are wanting
because she was threatened and was told that she had called somebody's name. She said I'm too old to get a whoopin and shared that she was also stalked at her house. She concluded by saying she was eighty-eight years old and had nothing against any candidate. Mayor Tyler closed the floor to public comments.
DEFINITIONS BY AMENDING THE DEFINITION OF RETIREMENT ; AMENDING SECTION 3, BOARD OF TRUSTEES; AMENDING SECTION 5, CONTRIBUTIONS; AMENDING SECTION 6, BENEFIT AMOUNTS AND ELIGIBILITY; AMENDING SECTION 27, RE-EMPLOYMENT AFTER RETIREMENT; PROVIDING FOR CODIFICATION; PROVIDING FOR SEVERABILITY OF PROVISIONS; REPEALING ALL ORDINANCES IN CONFLICT HEREWITH AND PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE DATE. Staff Contact: James Elensky, Chief of Police 5.B Packet Pg. 11 M in ut es A cc ep ta nc e: M in ut es
City Manager Feacher presented on Resolution 18-1303. He said the intent of this business item was to enter into an agreement with the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) for the maintenance of sidewalks and improvements upon
North 24th Street (Eastside Elementary School). Prior to project commencement, it is necessary for the City of Haines City to execute and deliver to FDOT the Post Project Maintenance Agreement. In addition, it is understood and agreed by the parties that upon completion of the project, the City of Haines shall be
He went on to say there was no immediate budget impact as a result of this request, however there will be maintenance and upkeep costs in the future. He concluded by saying staff was recommending approval of the Post Project Maintenance Agreement with the Florida Department of Transportation. Mayor Tyler opened the floor to public comments.
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