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Neighborhood/Community Affairs Committee Meeting City Hall, Commission Chambers, 3rd Floor, 1700 Convention Center Drive June 20, 2018 - 10:00 AM

Commissioner Kristen Rosen Gonzalez, Chair Commissioner Michael Gongora, Vice-Chair Commissioner Mark Samuelian, Member Commissioner Micky Steinberg, Alternate
Tagged Passions:conventions, boards and commissions, and neighborhood

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OLD BUSINESS
Tagged Passions:boards and commissions and business

1.
DISCUSSION REGARDING THE DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION OF TWO (2) NEIGHBORHOOD MONUMENT SIGNS REQUESTED BY THE SOUTH OF FIFTH NEIGHBORHOOD ASSOCIATION December 13, 2017 - C4 B

Capital Improvement Projects

Tagged Passions:capital spending, Capital Spending, monuments, construction, and neighborhood

2.
DISCUSSION REGARDING ENHANCING NORTH BEACH THROUGH CREATIVE FUNDING OPTIONS, AND DIRECTING THE ADMINISTRATION TO DEVELOP A QUALITY OF LIFE PLAN THAT INCLUDES OPTIONS WITH RESPECT TO TRAFFIC, PARKING AND NEIGHBORHOOD PROJECTS, CONSISTENT WITH THE NORTH BEACH MASTER PLAN, WITH SUCH PROJECTS TO POTENTIALLY BE FUNDED BY A DEDICATED FUNDING STREAM FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE NORTH BEACH AREA February 14, 2018 - C7 L Sponsored by Commissioner Samuelian Tourism, Culture and Economic Development

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:beach, development, tourism, economic development, funding, traffic, parking, Development, and neighborhood

3.
DISCUSSION REGARDING CABLERUNNER AND ITS TECHNOLOGY February 14, 2018 - C4 V Sponsored by Commissioner Alem n Public Works Status: Deferred to the July 18, 2018 NCAC meeting per the sponsor's request.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:Public Works, public works, Technology, and technology

4.
DISCUSSION REGARDING THE PERMITTING REQUIREMENTS FOR BICYCLE EVENTS ON MIAMI BEACH ROADWAYS February 14, 2018 - R9 M Sponsored by Commissioner Alem n Tourism, Culture and Economic Development

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:beach, development, Bicycles, tourism, economic development, events, bicycles, and Development

5.
DISCUSSION REGARDING AN AUTONOMOUS MASS TRANSIT SHUTTLE TEST PROGRAM IN MIAMI BEACH March 7, 2018 - C4 J Sponsored by Commissioner Rosen Gonzalez Transportation

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Tagged Passions:transportation, beach, program, and business

6.
DISCUSSION TO CONSIDER ESTABLISHING A NEW BARK BEACH IN SOUTH BEACH February 14, 2018 - C4 G Sponsored by Commissioner Alem n Parks and Recreation Status: Item withdrawn by sponsor.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:parks, beach, and recreation

7.
DISCUSSION REGARDING A POTENIAL PARK SHARE PILOT IN MIAMI BEACH February 14, 2018 - C4 AG Sponsored by Commissioner Alem n Parking

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:beach and parking

8.
DISCUSSION REGARDING THE MOTION MADE BY THE TRANSPORTATION, PARKING AND BICYCLE-PEDESTRIAN FACILITIES COMMITTEE ON APRIL 9, 2018, ENDORSING THE USE OF PARK SHARE TECHNOLOGY FOR COMMERCIAL BUSINESS AND OPPOSING ITS USE IN CITY GARAGES, SURFACE LOTS, AND SINGLE FAMILY HOMES May 16, 2018 - R9 S Sponsored by Commissioner Rosen Gonzalez Parking

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:transportation, commercial, Technology, Bicycles, Pedestrian, technology, bicycles, business, and parking

9.
DISCUSSION TO CONSIDER THE INSTALLATION OF THE BEAUTIFUL BARRIERS CONCEPT AS SECURITY BARRIERS AROUND THE CITY April 11, 2018 - C4 Q Sponsored by Commissioner Alem n Co-sponsored by Commissioner Rosen Gonzalez Property Management

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:property and security

10.
DISCUSSION REGARDING AMENDING CHAPTER 82 OF THE CODE OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH TO INCLUDE VARIOUS PROVISIONS, DEFINITIONS, AND EXCEPTIONS RELATED TO KITEBOARDING April 11, 2018 - C4 S Sponsored by Commissioner Samuelian Tourism Culture and Economic Development

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:beach, development, tourism, economic development, and Development

11.
DISCUSSION TO EXPLORE OPPORTUNITIES TO EXPAND THE USE OF SERVICES LIKE FREEBEE AND THE COMMUNICATIONS TO POTENTIAL RIDERS April 11, 2018 - C4 T Sponsored by Commissioner Samuelian Transportation

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:services, transportation, Communications, and communications

12.
DISCUSSION REGARDING MOVING FORWARD WITH AN ART INSTALLATION THAT CELEBRATES DIVERSITY IN OUR COMMUNITY, AS REQUESTED BY THE LGBTQ ADVISORY COMMITTEE April 11, 2018 - C4 X Sponsored by Commissioner Steinberg Tourism, Culture and Economic Development

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:arts, development, LGBTQ, discrimination, diversity, tourism, economic development, and Development

13.
DISCUSSION REGARDING QUALITY EDUCATION IN MIAMI BEACH TO CONSIDER THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE ACTIVE SHOOTER AWARENESS PROGRAM (ASAP) IN MIAMI BEACH SCHOOLS April 11, 2018 - C4 AE Sponsored by Commissioner Rosen Gonzalez Organization Development Performance Initiatives

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:beach, education, development, program, performance, and Development

14.
DISCUSSION TO EXPLORE PURCHASING OF NEW STREET SIGNS IN MIAMI BEACH April 11, 20148 - C4 AF Sponsored by Commissioner Rosen Gonzalez Transportation

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Tagged Passions:transportation, beach, streets, and purchasing

15.
DISCUSSION REGARDING THE USE OF MOTORCYCLE PARAMEDICS IN MIAMI BEACH TO REDUCE MEDICAL RESPONSE TIMES DURING HEAVY TRAFFIC, WHICH CAN INCREASE SURVIVAL RATES FOR PATIENTS

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:beach, rates, and traffic

16.
DISCUSSION REGARDING AN ORDINANCE OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, AMENDING CHAPTER 62 OF THE CITY CODE, ENTITLED HUMAN RELATIONS, BY CREATING ARTICLE VI THEREOF, TO BE ENTITLED PROTECTION OF HOTEL AND HOSTEL EMPLOYEES FROM ASSAULT AND SEXUAL HARASSMENT, TO PROVIDE REGULATIONS REGARDING THE PERSONAL SAFETY OF CERTAIN HOTEL AND HOSTEL EMPLOYEES; PROVIDING FOR ENFORCEMENT AND PENALTIES; AND PROVIDING FOR REPEALER, SEVERABILITY, CODIFICATION, AND AN EFFECTIVE DATE April 11, 2018 - R5 N Sponsored by Commissioner Rosen Gonzalez Office of the City Attorney

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:boards and commissions, beach, legal, ordinance, sexual harassment, hotel, and regulation

17.
DISCUSSION REGARDING A RESOLUTION OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, RECOGNIZING UNITED NATIONS ANTI-BULLYING DAY ON MAY 4TH; DIRECTING THE CITY ADMINISTRATION TO REVIEW AND, IF APPLICABLE, PROPOSE AMENDMENTS TO ANY EXISTING ANTI-BULLYING POLICIES (OR TO PROPOSE NEW ANTI- BULLYING POLICIES) FOR CITY SERVICES, CITY-SUPPORTED SERVICES, AND CITY FACILITIES; ESTABLISHING GUIDELINES FOR SUCH POLICIES; REQUIRING THAT SUCH POLICIES PROTECT INDIVIDUALS ON THE BASIS OF THE PROTECTED CLASSES SET FORTH IN THE CITY S HUMAN RIGHTS ORDINANCE, AS MAY BE APPLICABLE; AND PROVIDING THAT THE CITY ADMINISTRATION SHALL PRESENT SUCH POLICIES TO THE AD HOC ANTI-BULLYING TASK FORCE PRIOR TO CITY COMMISSION APPROVAL April 11, 2018 - R7 H Sponsored by Commissioner Alem n Co-sponsored by Commissioner Gongora Police/Human Resouces

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:services, boards and commissions, beach, public safety, recognition, ordinance, human rights, and bullying

18.
DISCUSSION REGARDING THE POSITION OF CONDOMINIUM OMBUDSMAN WITHIN THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH April 11, 2018 - R9 N Sponsored by Commissioner G ngora Marketing and Communications

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:beach, Communications, communications, and market

19.
DISCUSSION REGARDING FUNDING FOR FEDERATION TOWERS' PROGRAMMING April 11, 20148 - R9 S Sponsored by Commissioner Rosen Gonzalez Finance/ Office of Housing and Community Services

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:services, Cell tower, cell tower, funding, housing, and finance

20.
DISCUSSION REGARDING HOW MIAMI BEACH CAN EXPEDITE HOMEOWNER PERMIT APPLICATIONS April 11, 2018 - R9 V Sponsored by Commissioner G ngora Building

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:beach

21.
DISCUSSION REGARDING THE CONDITION OF WASHINGTON AVENUE, THE INCREASING NUMBER OF VACANT STOREFRONTS THEREIN, AND THE STATUS OF THE WASHINGTON AVENUE BUSINESS IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT April 11, 20148 - R9 W Sponsored by Commissioner G ngora Tourism Culture and Economic Development

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:commercial, development, tourism, economic development, business, and Development

22.
DISCUSSION TO REVIEW THE JULIA TUTTLE BUS RAPID TRANSIT DEMO PROJECT

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Tagged Passions:transportation and Public Transit

23.
DISCUSSION ON THE CITY S CURRENT LANE CLOSURE POLICY May 16, 2018 - C4 AN

Transportation

Tagged Passions:transportation and policy

24.
DISCUSSION REGARDING THE POSSIBILITY OF INSTALLING A TURNING LANE WHEN YOU ARE DRIVING EAST ON I-195 HEADING ONTO 41ST STREET AND TURNING SOUTH ON ALTON ROAD May 16, 2018 - C4 AO Sponsored by Commissioner G ngora Transportation

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:transportation and streets

25.
DISCUSSION REGARDING THE HOMELESS COMMITTEE'S MOTION TO FUND A ONE YEAR PILOT PROJECT IMPLEMENTED BY CAMILLUS HOUSE May 16, 2018 - C4 AP Sponsored by Commissioner G ngora Co-sponsored by Commissioner Arriola Office of Housing and Community Services

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:services, housing, and homeless

26.
DISCUSSION REGARDING CONDUCTING A SECURITY ASSESSMENT OF CITY HALL AND OTHER CITY FACILITIES May 16, 2018 - C4 AQ Sponsored by Commissioner G ngora Police

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:public safety and security

27.
DISCUSSION REGARDING AN ORDINANCE OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, AMENDING CHAPTER 2 OF THE CODE OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, ENTITLED ADMINISTRATION, BY AMENDING ARTICLE III, ENTITLED AGENCIES, BOARDS AND COMMITTEES, BY AMENDING DIVISION 14, ENTITLED RESERVED, TO CREATE A NEXT GENERATION COUNCIL AND AMENDING SECTIONS 2-176 2-179 THEREOF, ENTITLED RESERVED, TO ESTABLISH AND SET FORTH THE PURPOSE, POWERS, DUTIES, COMPOSITION, AND SUPPORTING DEPARTMENT FOR THE NEXT GENERATION COUNCIL; AND PROVIDING FOR REPEALER, SEVERABILITY, CODIFICATION, AND AN EFFECTIVE DATE May 16, 2018 - C4 AR Sponsored by Commissioner Arriola Office of the City Attorney

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:boards and commissions, council, beach, legal, and ordinance

28.
DISCUSSION REGARDING UNDERGROUNDING FOR NORTH BAY ROAD AND ALTON ROAD May 16, 2018 - R7 O

29.
DISCUSSION REGARDING DOCKLESS BICYCLE SHARING PLATFORM REGULATIONS May 16, 2018 - R9 Q Sponsored by Commissioner Alem n Parking

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:Bicycles, regulation, bicycles, and parking

30.
DISCUSSION REGARDING THE YOUTH COMMISSION S MOTION URGING THAT AN EMAIL BE SENT TO ALL BUSINESSES WITH A BUSINESS TAX RECEIPT (BTR) IN MIAMI BEACH ASKING FOR INTEREST IN PARTICIPATING IN A YOUTH JOB FAIR PROMOTING TEEN EMPLOYMENT AND INTERNSHIPS FOR THE 2018-19 SUMMER AND SCHOOL YEAR May 16, 2018 - R9 T Sponsored by Commissioner Rosen Gonzalez Organizational Development Performance Initiatives

Status: Item withdrawn - item was approved on consent at the June 6, 2018 Commission meeting. 31. DISCUSSION REGARDING MOVING THE STAGING SITE LOCATED INSIDE THE MIAMI BEACH

GOLF CLUB, AT THE CORNER OF MERIDIAN AVENUE AND 28TH STREET, TO A DIFFERENT LOCATION

Tagged Passions:boards and commissions, beach, streets, and golf

32.
DISCUSSION REGARDING THE COMFORT OF CITY TROLLEYS AND REQUEST THE ADMINISTRATION TO REPORT ON THE STATUS OF THE RETROFITTED TROLLEYS

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:Public Transit

33.
DISCUSSION REGARDING REGARDING REGISTERING AND PROVIDING SPECIAL IDENTIFICATION TO ALL RESIDENTS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH SO THAT IN THE EVENT OF A HURRICANE, OR OTHER DISASTER, REQUIRING EVACUATION, THERE IS A WAY TO EASILY IDENTIFY RESIDENTS AND EMPLOYEES SO THEY CAN RETURN TO THEIR HOMES AND THEIR JOBS EXPEDITIOUSLY June 6, 2018 - C4 U Sponsored by Commissioner Rosen Gonzalez Emergency Management

DEFERRED ITEMS

Tagged Passions:beach, events, emergency, and jobs

34.
DISCUSSION REGARDING AN ORDINANCE AMENDING THE HOURS OF OPERATION FOR ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE ESTABLISHMENTS IN THE SUNSET HARBOUR NEIGHBORHOOD July 26, 2017 - C4 P Sponsored by Commissioner Arriola Office of the City Attorney/Planning/Police/Code Compliance Status: Deferred to the September 26, 2018 NCAC meeting pending results of canopy use and tracked complaints from Code Compliance and Police.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:alcohol, compliance, legal, public safety, ordinance, planning, and neighborhood

35.
DISCUSSION REGARDING THE 23RD STREET AND 63RD STREET COMPLETE STREETS FEASIBILITY STUDIES December 13, 2017 - C4 A

Transportation Status: Deferred to the July 18, 2018 NCAC meeting pending completion of community outreach.

Tagged Passions:transportation and streets

36.
DISCUSSION REGARDING THE RATIONAL RECOVERY PROJECT, SPONSORED BY THE FREEZONE YOUTH SELF RESPECT AND SOUTH BEACH SOBER COACH January 17, 2018 - C4 M Sponsored by Commissioner G ngora Organization Development Performance Initiative Status: Deferred to the July 18, 2018 NCAC meeting pending more information regarding a program targeting college and aged individuals.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:beach, university, development, youth, program, performance, and Development

37.
DISCUSSION REGARDING POTENTIALLY ADDING THE NAME MIAMI BEACH BOULEVARD TO 5TH STREET February 14, 2018 - C4 I Sponsored by Commissioner G ngora Transportation Status: Deferred to the September 26, 2018 NCAC meeting per the sponsor's request.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:transportation, beach, and streets

38.
DISCUSSION REGARDING THE RENEWAL OF THE POLICE AND PARKING DEPARTMENT TOWING PERMITS TO BEACH TOWING SERVICES, INC. AND TREMONT TOWING, INC. FOR A TERM OF ONE (1) YEAR, COMMENCING ON MARCH 1, 2018 AND EXPIRING ON FEBRUARY 28, 2019

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Tagged Passions:services, beach, public safety, and parking

39.
DISCUSSION REGARDING THE INCREASE IN CRIME IN MIAMI BEACH AND HAVING MORE COMMUNITY POLICING CITYWIDE February 14, 2018 - R9 X Sponsored by Commissioner G ngora Police Status: Deferred to the July 18, 2018 NCAC meeting pending the address of concerns and development of a scope.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:beach, public safety, development, crime, and Development

40.
DISCUSSION REGARDING NAMING FOR THE NEW NORTHERN CONVENTION CENTER PARK AND THE MAIN CONVENTION CENTER PARK May 16, 2018 - C4 AN

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:parks and conventions

Tourism, Culture and Economic Development Status: Deferred to the July 18, 2018 NCAC meeting pending list of suggested names from the Miami Beach Commission for Women.

ADDENDUM
Tagged Passions:boards and commissions, beach, development, tourism, economic development, and Development

41.
DISCUSSION REGARDING THE STATUS UPDATE OF THE BOARDWALK ALONG THE BEACH, FROM 23RD TO 46TH STREETS May 16, 2018 - R9 R Sponsored by Commissioner Steinberg Capital Improvement Projects

Page 6 of 252 OLD BUSINESS 1. COMMITTEE MEMORANDUM TO: Neighborhood/Community Affairs Committee Members FROM: Jimmy L. Morales, City Manager

Tagged Passions:beach, streets, administrator, capital spending, manager, Capital Spending, business, and neighborhood

DATE: June 20, 2018

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SUBJECT: DISCUSSION REGARDING THE DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION OF TWO (2) NEIGHBORHOOD MONUMENT SIGNS REQUESTED BY THE SOUTH OF FIFTH NEIGHBORHOOD ASSOCIATION

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:monuments, construction, and neighborhood

ANALYSIS: The South of Fifth Neighborhood Association (SOFNA) has identified the desire for monument signs in their neighborhood. The proposed locations for the signs are 5th Street and Alton Road and 5th Street and Washington Avenue.

SOFNA requested that the Office of Capital Improvement Projects (CIP) assist them to develop signage that would reflect the needs of the neighborhood, which include existing architecture and the identity and characteristics of the area. On January 24, 2018, the Neighborhood and Community Affairs Committee (NCAC) heard SOFNA s request, and moved the item with a favorable recommendation of the concept, and requested that CIP work with the Neighborhood Association to come up with tasteful signs that reflect the architecture of the neighborhood. On February 14, 2018, the City Commission accepted the recommendation of the NCAC and authorized the Administration to develop the design for the proposed signage, with the final design subject to review and approval of the NCAC. On April 30, 2018, a service order was approved for Keith and Schnars, P.A. to provide consultant services, under the agreement between the City of Miami Beach and consultant for: Professional Architectural and Engineering services in specialized categories, on an as-needed basis , (RFQ 2014-346-YG). The consultant prepared three concepts, with two options each, for the signs (Attachment A):

Tagged Passions:services, boards and commissions, signage, beach, streets, capital spending, Capital Spending, monuments, advertising, and neighborhood

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Concept 1 depicts two signs constructed with limestone. Option 1A has a glass panel with integrated LED up lighting. Option 1B has an aluminum cut-out pattern panel wrapping the limestone, with backlit raised lettering.

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Concept 2 depicts two signs constructed with 2''x2'' metal posts and freestanding lettering floating on a shelf, with integrated up lighting.

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Option 2A the metal posts extend above the floating letters. Option 2B has the letters floating on top of the posts.

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Concept 3 depicts two signs, each created by three vertical columns. Option 3A has the columns constructed with concrete, and finished with a decorative tile finish, with backlit lettering. Option 3B depicts a freestanding, column sign cabinet with integrated internal lighting.

The consultant also presented plans depicting the tentative locations (Attachment B). The first sign will be located on Alton Road, south of 5th Street and the second sign on Washington Avenue, south of 5th Street. The three concepts were presented to the Planning Department. They indicated preference to the two options depicted in Concept 1. The signs would require Design Review Board (DRB) review as they are more than 3 -0 tall. On June 11, 2018, CIP staff met with Marie Peter and Ron Stackman, representatives from SOFNA. Ms. Peter and Mr. Stackman will present the concepts to the members of their Neighborhood Association on June 13, 2018 to evaluate and select an option. CIP will present the selected option at the June 20, 2018 NCAC meeting.

Tagged Passions:services, streets, capital spending, Capital Spending, planning, and neighborhood

CONCLUSION: Staff is requesting approval of the design option selected by SOFNA.

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ATTACHMENTS: Description Type Attachment A - Concepts Memo Attachment B - Proposed Locations Memo

Page 8 of 252 NEIGHBORHOOD SIGNAGE CONCEPTS CITY OF MIAMI BEACH ASYMMETRICAL LIMESTONE BASE WITH PATTERN 1 CARVED AT 1 DEPTH ASYMMETRICAL LIMESTONE SIGNAGE PANEL DOUBLE GLASS PANEL; BLUE-FROSTED GLASS PANEL IN BACK WITH CLEAR GLASS PANEL IN FRONT
Tagged Passions:signage, beach, advertising, and neighborhood

ALUMINUM PANEL WITH PATTERN 1 CUT-OUT; BLUE PATINA FINISH

ETCHED LETTERING WITH INTEGRATED LED UP LIGHTING

RAISED ALUMINUM LETTERING; BACK-LIT; SILVER BRUSHED FINISH FRONT VIEW PLAN VIEW FRONT VIEW PLAN VIEW Attachment A

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NEIGHBORHOOD SIGNAGE CONCEPTS CITY OF MIAMI BEACH FREE-STANDING COLUMNS; NO VISIBLE BASE FREE-STANDING COLUMNS; NO VISIBLE BASE
Tagged Passions:signage, beach, advertising, and neighborhood

FLOATING EYEBROW SHELF WITH FREESTANDING LETTERING AND INTEGRATED UP-LIGHTING

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FLOATING EYEBROW SHELF WITH FREESTANDING LETTERING AND INTEGRATED UP-LIGHTING; BLUE PATINA FINISH

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FRONT VIEW PLAN VIEW FRONT VIEW PG 2 / 3 PLAN VIEW Attachment A 2A 2BPage 10 of 252 NEIGHBORHOOD SIGNAGE CONCEPTS CITY OF MIAMI BEACH FRONT VIEW FRONT VIEW SIDE VIEW PLAN VIEW
Tagged Passions:signage, beach, advertising, and neighborhood

CONCRETE BASE WITH COORDINATING BLUE FINISH; INTEGRATED UP- LIGHTING

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CONCRETE COLUMNS WITH DECORATIVE TILE FACADE

INTEGRATED, INTERNAL UP-LIGHTING FREE-STANDING COLUMNS; NO VISIBLE BASE RAISED ALUMINUM LETTERING; BACK-LIT; WHITE POWDER COAT FINIISH COLUMN SIGN CABINET WITH MODERN GRAPHIC ON ALL SIDES; TEXT ON NORTH AND WEST FACING COLUMN SIDES Attachment A 3B3A PLAN VIEW Page 11 of 252 EXISTING UTILITIES EXISTING UTILITIES, INCLUDING PVB, WATER, AND SEWER (BETWEEN PALMS) EXISTING SIGN, OPTION TO RELOCATE ALTO N RO AD 6.5' 11.3' 3.0' 10.7' 8.0' 8.9'8.3' 1.5' SIGN LOCATION: OPTION 1 4.9' 1.5' SIGN LOCATION: OPTION 2 5TH STREET DOT R/W DATE (FOR THE FIRM)DRAWN BY CHECKED BY DESIGNED BY SCALE DATE: DATE DESCRIPTION REVISIONS
Tagged Passions:Utility, utility, streets, sewer, zoning, and water

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Tagged Passions:buildings and grounds

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OLD BUSINESS 2. COMMITTEE MEMORANDUM TO: Neighborhood/Community Affairs Committee Members FROM: Jimmy L. Morales, City Manager
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DATE: June 20, 2018

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SUBJECT: DISCUSSION REGARDING ENHANCING NORTH BEACH THROUGH CREATIVE FUNDING OPTIONS, AND DIRECTING THE ADMINISTRATION TO DEVELOP A QUALITY OF LIFE PLAN THAT INCLUDES OPTIONS WITH RESPECT TO TRAFFIC, PARKING AND NEIGHBORHOOD PROJECTS, CONSISTENT WITH THE NORTH BEACH MASTER PLAN, WITH SUCH PROJECTS TO POTENTIALLY BE FUNDED BY A DEDICATED FUNDING STREAM FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE NORTH BEACH AREA

HISTORY: At the January 24, 2018 Neighborhood/Community Affairs Committee (NCAC), the Committee discussed potential ways to finance design projects and activities that were recommended and later approved by Commission in the North Beach Master Plan.
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The creative funding options for North Beach would allow the City to further fund and execute on many of the activities and designs recommended in the North Beach Master plan. The North Beach Master Plan was created to design an economic and revitalization strategy for the North Beach district of Miami Beach. The plan put forth five priority areas to spur economic activity: create a town center, provide more mobility options, Protect and enhance neighborhoods, better utilize public lands, and build resilient infrastructure. The Commission approved the recommendations put forth in the plan and has made it a priority of the City.

The Committee directed Staff to create a Quality of Life plan and project list that is consistent with the North Beach Master Plan that address traffic, parking, and neighborhood projects. This document would allow the Administration to identify critical projects that could be funded through a dedicated funding source, if needed. Additionally, the Committee directed Staff to review the Quality of Life project plan with each of the Neighborhood/Community Affairs Committee members to solicit feedback and suggestions.
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ANALYSIS: Upon the direction from NCAC, Staff reviewed and analyzed the project recommendations found in the North Beach Master Plan. Attached to this memo is a consolidated working document that reflects these recommendations as well as other North Beach related projects that were either proposed in the plan, by the Commission, or General Obligation Bond.

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This document will allow for Staff and the Commission to track projects, goals and benchmarks, and associated funding needs all related to North Beach. This document will be managed by the Department of Tourism, Culture and Economic Development and updated monthly. Additional projects that arise related to North Beach will be added to the document and further tracked.

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CONCLUSION: Administration requests that the Neighborhoods/Culture Affairs Committee review and approve the North Beach Quality of Life project list and allow for this document to serve as the project management tool for North Beach activities.

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ATTACHMENTS: Description Type Final North Beach QOL Project Matrix Memo

Page 15 of 252 Public Land Housing Economy Climate Change Mobility Workforce Parking Neighborhood Enhancement
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Quality of Life Indicators/ North Beach Master Plan (Plan Nobe) Categories

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Department Managers PLAN NOBE Recommendations Master Plan
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Reference Guide Implementing Project Status Update (If Applicable) Estimated Cost

Adaption, Mitigation and Transition

Environment and Sustainability

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Create a low-coast loan and or subsidy program

to support property owners to raise their seawalls 2.89, 3.6 TBD The Resiliency Department is currently researching different subsidy and loan programs to offer residents in Miami Beach. There is currently no budget associated for this initiative. To be determined

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Adaption, Mitigation and Transition

TCED Increase street canopy and streetscape 3.7, 3.18 North Beach Streetscape Pilot Project - to test and design streetscape elements on Collins Avenue from 73rd Street to 75th Street.

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TCED is beginning conversations with CIP and Greenspace to create a pilot project to test streetscape designs on

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Collins from 73rd to 75th Street. There is a current CIP budget allocated for this

project. 230,000

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Adaption, Mitigation and Transition

Environment and Sustainability North Beach should continue to reduce greenhouse gas emissions related to buildings. New buildings should incorporate alternative energy

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systems, recycle, and collect water to reduce

the impact on storm water infrastructure and reduce the City's carbon footprint. 2.101, 3.6 TBD

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Ordinance 2016-3993, In 2016 the City Commission adopted the Sustainability

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and Resiliency Ordinance which requires LEED Gold certification or Living

Building Challenge certification for new constructions over 7,000 square feet or ground floor additions to existing structures that encompass over 10,000 square feet of additional floor area. Not applicable Economy Planning Complete a town center district 2.4 Increase FAR in the Town Center District The critical piece of creating a town center district was seeking a FAR

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increase. The FAR ballot measure was approved in November 2017. The

Planning Department is currently working on creating a ordinance to enact the policy. Not applicable Economy TCED Use the Byron Carlyle site as a catalyst project to help facilitate the vision of a pedestrian main street
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2.12 Redevelop the Byron Carlyle through a private partnership that is a mix-used

multistory building TCED held a community outreach session on March 13, 2018 to gather community input on elements important to be incorporated in a private project. Additionally, the City issued a Request for Letters of Interest (RFLI) to identify market interest in potential redevelopment opportunities for the Byron Carlyle site. The submissions werer due on May 10, 2018. To be determined
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Housing Housing and Community Services

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Increase mixed-Income and affordable housing

by developing new affordable housing through public-private partnerships. 2.56, 3.5 TBD Resolution 2016-29355 directed staff to at innovative ways to create workforce housing utilizing existing City-owned assets: 1)the possible inclusion of workforce housing in the design of future new garages (e.g. 1330 Collins Avenue) through a ground lease/air rights agreement approach and 2) the possible future conversion of garage space to workforce housing if parking demand declines with innovation such as driverless cars, etc. No City

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parking/workforce housing project is yet in development for North Beach

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Housing Housing and Community Services

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Explore reducing the minimum size of

apartments when tied to affordable housing provisions. 2.56, 3.5 TBD
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Ordinance 2017-4147 and 2017-4149 incentivizes developers to build

workforce, affordable housing, and senior housing by reducing the parking requirements and average unit size for new residential properties. To be determined Tranportation

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Harding Avenue - In the short term, implement one way travel with protected

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bike lanes. See Mobility - Exclusive Transit Lanes.

See Mobility - Exclusive Transit Lanes. See Mobility - Exclusive Transit lanes Harding Avenue - A mid-term recommendation is to advance to two- way travel with protected bikes lanes and south bound transit. The Transportation Master Plan did not propose converting Harding Avenue to

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two way traffic, because of the significant traffic volumes currently carried on

Harding Avenue and the impact that the potential reduced capacity would have Not applicable
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71st Street and Normandy Drive Interim Bicycle Lanes. There is an opportunity

to fill in the gaps in the bicycle lane network on 71st Street and Normandy Drive, prior to the implementation of the Dedicated Transit and Bicycle Lanes. There are two gaps in the network on the east and west side of Normandy Isle. The Bay Drive Feasibility Study suggested ways to provide bicycle lanes in the areas on 71st Street and Normandy Drive (Normandy Isle) where bicycle lanes are currently not provided. The draft study has been completed and is going through the community review process. The next step, if approved, is

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initiating design and construction.

3.6 Million Design and Construction

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Provide More Mobility Options - 71 St Street A Walkable Main Street

Dedicated bus lanes, separated bike lanes/cycle track, additional street trees. A

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catalyst project that utilizes the public

parking lot next to the Byron Carlyle Theater. The portion of the buildings closest to 71st Street should be limited to four stores with any taller portions of the building setback.

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2.27 For dedicated bus lane and bicycle lane

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information see Mobility - Exclusive Transit Lanes, below.

See Mobility - Exclusive Transit Lanes, below.

Provide More Mobility Options - Dedicated Transit Lanes

Create dedicated Transit Lanes along 71st Street lanes 2.27 For dedicated bus lane and bicycle lane information see Mobility - Exclusive Transit Lanes, below. See Mobility - Exclusive Transit Lanes, below.

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Provide More Mobility Options - New Bikeways

The existing bike network should be

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enhanced by filling in the missing segments to

connect the existing bike infrastructure. The boardwalk should be extended to link to the path farther south and

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some of the existing bike lanes should be

converted to protected bike lanes along the major through routes. Additional east/west connections should be made in order to
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facilitate people moving through the

neighborhoods to Collins Avenue and beyond to the beach. In addition to the conversions, 6.42 new miles of bike infrastructure are envisioned. 2.36 Page 18 of 252

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Reference Guide Implementing Project Status Update (If Applicable) Estimated Cost

Mobility Tranportation Create a trolley service that connects the North
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Beach trolley to Mid- Beach and South Beach

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2.41 Implement a Mid-Beach and South

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Beach Loop to better connect the North Beach neighborhood.

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Completed Effective November 1, 2017 the City replaced the Collins Link trolley

service by the Collins Express trolley service. The Collins Express limited stop services reduces the number of transfers and travel time. The new service is extended to Washington Avenue, Lincoln Road on south side and 88 Street on the north side. Frequency of new Collins Express trolley service is approximately
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Funded and Completed Multimodal and Aesthetic Improvements to the 71st Street Bridge between East

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Bay Drive and Bonita Drive. Improvement Consists of Protected

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Bicycle Lanes, Landscaping, Alignment,

The 71st street bridge, entrance to Normandy Street and Harding are still in
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process with Shulman Designs. Funded : 1,160,000.00

Tranportation FDOT Safety Analysis

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FDOT has conducted a safety analysis along the 71st Street and Normandy

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Drive corridors. This study was a result of a City request in 2013. As part of the

study recommendations, FDOT consultant proposed a total of 7

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improvements along the corridor, including the implementation of 5

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enhanced/signalized crosswalks. The project is programmed in the 5-year

Work Program for construction in 2021. The crosswalks for Rue Versailles and Rue Granville have been advanced for construction in 2019. Not applicable/FDOT Budget Neighborhood Enhancement TCED Create new entrance features throughout North Beach. 2.109 Aesthetic Entrance Features at 71st Street and Bay Drive and Harding Avenue and 87th Street Shulman Designs is still working on the 71st Street and Harding designs. The original concept was rejected by FDOT. Funded 300,000.00 Mobility Improve bicycle and
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pedestrian safety and access.

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Mobility - Multimodal Street Upgrades Tranportation
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81st Street (Byron to Collins). Build a traffic

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diverter at the Southeast corner of the Tatum

Waterway Drive, Dickens Avenue, Byron Avenue, and 81st Street and limit right turns from Tatum Waterway Drive onto Dickens Avenue to 81st Street. Convert 25 angled parking spaces to parallel parking spaces. Narrow the
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travel lanes to 10 feet and create 8 foot

sidewalks with street trees spaced 25 feet apart. Add a traffic circle at the intersection of

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81st Street and Abbott

2.34 The project is currently being addressed through the North Beach Neighborhood

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Greenway Feasibility Study. See Mobility - Multi modal street upgrades.

A comprehensive greenway network has been proposed in North Beach, east and west of Tatum Waterway. Specific traffic
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calming measures are proposed for 85th, 82ne, 81st,78th, 77th, Byron and Tatum Waterway which include lane reductions, additional street trees,

landscaped buffers, enhanced sidewalks and a network of protected bicycle lanes.
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This includes the conversion of Tatum Waterway to one way in the northbound direction and 77th Street to one way in the eastbound direction. Accordingly,

these traffic calming measures will accomplish the speed reduction goals of the diverters and the traffic circle at See Mobility - Multi modal street upgrades. See Mobility - Multi modal street upgrades. Mobility - Bicycle Parking Create bike parking stations in North Beach. Bicycle parking stations should be built to accommodate them throughout North Beach. Some should be located in parking garages while others should be located on sidewalks, near retail, parks, and public services to encourage
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2.41, 3.7 Bicycle parking stations in North Beach

located within parking garages and sidewalks All U-Channel bicycle racks identified in the Bicycle Pedestrian Master Plan have been installed. In 2017 38 racks were installed along Collins and 71st Street and in 2018 there have been 6 new U- racks installed along Rue Granville and Normandy. Funded
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Mobility - 72nd Street (Dickens to Collins)

Tranportation Reduce the travel lane to 10' in each direction to allow cars to flow while freeing enough space for improved bicycle and pedestrian accommodations. A two- way grade separated bike lane can be added to the North side of the street along with a tree

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lined median to separate the bikes from the

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pedestrians on the 11.5' sidewalk

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Mobility - 73rd Street (Dickens to Collins)

Tranportation Widening the sidewalks to 12' adding street trees

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while correcting the width of the travel lanes

2.33 72nd and 73rd Street Protected Bicycle Lanes were recommended in the 2016 Miami Beach Transportation Master Plan along 72nd and 73rd Streets between Dickens Avenue and Collins Avenue. Bicycle lanes are proposed for both
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sides of 72nd and 73rd Streets, consisting of 5' green bicycle lanes with

a 2' buffer. Applying this concept to 73rd Street was discussed with Dover Kohl, and they are comfortable with the idea. Transportation is in negotiation for design contract
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561,000 Design and Construction

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Reference Guide Implementing Project Status Update (If Applicable) Estimated Cost

The 71st Street and Normandy Drive Dedicated Transit Lane and Bicycle Lane Project will incorporate exclusive transit lanes and protected/buffered bicycle lanes on SR A1A Collins Avenue,
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Harding Avenue, and Indian Creek Drive from 63rd Street to 88th Street. These

improvements will promote non- motorized transportation within the City

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and add an important link to the citywide bicycle and pedestrian network. The

study will include an operational analysis at key intersections with and without the

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Funded FY 17/18 Feasibility Study. Consulting team is reviewing FDOT Lane

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Repurposing Guidelines to determine required deliverables.

28 million Design and Construction Tranportation The SR A1A Collins Avenue/Harding/Indian Creek Drive Dedicated Transit Lane and Bicycle Lane Project will incorporate exclusive transit lanes and protected/buffered bicycle lanes on SR A1A Collins Avenue,

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Harding Avenue, and Indian Creek Drive from 63rd Street to 88th Street. These

improvements will promote non- motorized transportation within the City

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and add an important link to the citywide bicycle and pedestrian network. The

study will include an operational analysis

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Potential FY 18/19 Feasibility Study. 52.5 million

Design and Construction A North Beach Intermodal Hub has been suggested by both Miami-Dade Transportation Planning Organization studies and the 2016 Miami Beach Transportation Master Plan. Miami

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Beach is currently exploring the feasibility of developing an intermodal hub in the vicinity of the 72nd Street

municipal parking lot, where passengers could access the north/south bus routes to travel to South Beach, Downtown Miami, Bal Harbor, Aventura or other

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destinations in the county. This is also an important opportunity to truly

coordinate transportation with land use to integrate a regional and local transit center into the surrounding neighborhood. The final draft of the Miami Beach Intermodal Facility has been completed, and if approved significant enhancements will be designed and
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constructed for the pair of bus stops at 72/73 and Harding/Collins.

4.8 Million Design and Construction
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Mobility - Multi modal street upgrades

Tranportation Significantly improve bicycle and pedestrian safety and access. 2.24
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Neighborhood greenways studies are underway to improve bicycle and

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pedestrian safety and access in North Beach. Neighborhood Greenways

provide traffic calming and diversion strategies that aim to control speeds, limit conflicts among users and give priority to bicycles while providing a safe and attractive environment for

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pedestrians. The studies are targeting: Bay Drive, Biscayne Beach (85th Street,

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Draft feasibility studies have been finalized and are in the community

review process. The studies proposed typical roadway sections for the

greenways and estimated the cost of the improvements. The next step if approved is design and construction. Bay Drive 2.6 Million Design and Construction Biscayne Beach 1.8 Million Design and Construction North Beach 8.6 Million Design and Construction Mobility - Exclusive Transit Lanes Provide exclusive transit lanes along four of the main corridors: 79th Street, Normandy Drive, Collins Avenue, and Harding Avenue. 2.41 Page 21 of 252

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Reference Guide Implementing Project Status Update (If Applicable) Estimated Cost

Mobility - Provide More Mobility Options Tranportation Synchronize traffic lights 3.7 Signal timing enhancements in North Beach The following signal timing improvements will be implemented by Winter 2018/2019
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Harding Avenue/Abbott Avenue/Indian Creek Drive: Traffic Signal Controller replacement and implementation of

Adaptive Traffic Signal Control Re-timing of Collins Avenue Corridor:
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63rd Street to City Limits Re-timing of 71st Street Corridor: Collins Avenue to East Bay Drive

700,000 Neighborhood Enhancement TCED Ocean Terrace: Create an elegant public space. The pavement design can subtly indicate primarily pedestrian

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space from space that can be occupied by

vehicles. At certain key times, such as during

festivals and street fairs, the street can be closed to cars completely. This approach must still maintain access to parking entrances located on Ocean Terrace and either find an alternative location for removed parking or

Tagged Passions:streets, festival, and parking

compensate for the loss of vehicular access by increasing access by

bike, foot, or from transit. 2.39 To hire a design firm to complete a conceptual plan that will include streetscape and right away improvements. The City has finalized negotiations with the Corradino Group to complete a conceptual urban design plan based on analysis of selected parcels, rights-of-
Tagged Passions:property, streets, Bicycles, bicycles, and streetscape

way, and allowable uses for areas north of 72nd Street to Altos del Mar Park and east of North Shore Youth Center to the Atlantic Ocean, whose key areas include the 72nd Street Parking Lot, all of Ocean Terrace, Altos del Mar Park, Bandshell

Park, the North Shore Youth Center, and the North Shore Branch Library. A kickoff meeting was held in April 2018 with Corradino Group. The plans will be finalized by August 2018. ** Transportation is negotiation construction plans for protected bicycle lanes on 73rd Street and 72nd Street on
Tagged Passions:transportation, streets, Bicycles, youth, construction, bicycles, parking, and library

between Dickens and Collins.

Funded: Design Firm Implementation To be determined Neighborhood Enhancement TCED Develop and hold an annual MiMo signature event 2.65 TBD N/A To be determined Neighborhood Enhancement TCED Create a welcome center that would inform visitors about the history and architectural style of the area 2.65 TBD N/A To be determined Neighborhood Enhancement TCED Preserve MiMo design assets and architecture. 2.65

Tagged Passions:history, events, and neighborhood

Create signage and branding for entry ways

North Beach Entrance Signs received FDOT review and recommendations. FDOT comments have been submitted to Shulman and pending their direction as to whether or not the current purchase order will cover the redesign costs. Funded 300,000.00 Parking Parking Increase more public parking garages in town center district 3.7 Build one centralized parking structure in
Tagged Passions:transportation, signage, beach, purchasing, advertising, and parking

Town Center TBD N/A To be determined

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Quality of Life Indicators/ PLAN NOBE Categories

Department Managers PLAN NOBE Recommendations Master Plan
Tagged Passions:manager

Reference Guide Implementing Project Status Update (If Applicable) Estimated Cost

Parking Parking Create more multi-use parking structures 2.68 72nd Street municipal mixed-use parking garage
Tagged Passions:commercial, streets, and parking

CIP Department has contracted with Desman to create a feasibility and conceptual plan for a new parking

Tagged Passions:contract, capital spending, Capital Spending, and parking

garage. The first progress meeting was held on December 15, 2017. This item is

currently being examined as a joint project for the GO Bond. 60 million Public Land Parks and Recreation
Tagged Passions:parks, bond, and recreation

Adaption, Mitigation and Transition: Make North Beach a priority when

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:beach

making resilient investments and

implementing capital improvement projects, including beach replenishment.
Tagged Passions:beach, investment, capital spending, and Capital Spending

2.66 Altos del Mar Park improvements

Construction contract has been awarded and Notice to Proceed 1 has been issued. Contractor is preparing pre- construction submittals and finalizing permitting. Scope of work: park main
Tagged Passions:parks, contract, and construction

entrance plaza and promenade, beach access, new sand volleyball courts, multi- use pathways, LED lighting, future ADA

playground, new bicycle racks, eco- friendly landscaping, new restroom facilities. Funded 2,692,453.50 Public Land Parks and Recreation

Tagged Passions:disability, parks, beach, legal, Bicycles, bicycles, court, and recreation

Adaption, Mitigation and Transition: Make North Beach a priority when

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:beach

making resilient investments and

implementing capital improvement projects, including beach replenishment.
Tagged Passions:beach, investment, capital spending, and Capital Spending

2.66 North Shore Open Space Park

improvements Park Plan has been approved by DRB and design team is proceeding with
Tagged Passions:parks

construction documents. Construction activities are expected to commence at

the end of the year. Scope of work: circulation and lighting, expansion of pathway network, new pedestrian scale lighting, revitalized lawns, parking signage, planting, tree pruning for visibility, removal of invasive plants, refurbished bathroom and picnic facilities. Funded 4,910,000.00 Additional Funding Needed 5,000,000.00 Public Land CIP
Tagged Passions:plant, signage, trees, expansion, capital spending, Capital Spending, advertising, Pedestrian, construction, funding, and parking

North Shore Branch Library - Relocate the library and repurpose the current library site

into mix-used development or as the new Ocean Rescue Station site.

Tagged Passions:development, Development, and library

2.78 New public library and innovation center

(Potential civic use of 72nd municipal garage or on the West Lots) TBD This project has been added to the potential GO Bond project list.

Tagged Passions:bond and library

15
million

Public Land TCED

Define an identity for the West Lots within the community to ensure

No additional detail provided

redevelopment of these lots are in line with the vision of North Beach

2.72, 3.24 West Lots development TBD TCED completed negotiations with Dover Kohl to complete a conceptual design plan for the future development of the West Lots. The West Lots work was kicked off on April 19, 2018. Public meetings and charrettes occurred during the week of April 30th. They will present a draft conceptual plan at the June 6, 2018 Commission Meeting. Funded: Design Firm Implementation To be determined Page 23 of 252 PLAN NOBE Recommendations (if applicable) Implementing Project Status Update (If Applicable) Estimated Cost Resilient Design Commercial and Business Fa ade Improvement Program Program would help Miami Beach businesses prepare and address fa ade and building systems that can properly anticipate and accommodate future extreme weather patterns and natural events. This incentive program would also encourage businesses to invest in green infrastructure.
Tagged Passions:boards and commissions, strategic, beach, commercial, development, events, program, incentive, business, and Development

Qualifying districts would include: Normandy Isle,

No additional detail provided

Washington Ave., 63rd-72nd and Collins, 41st street.

Tagged Passions:streets

*GO Bond Proposed Project

Tagged Passions:bond

20
million

No additional detail provided

Byron Carlyle Redevelopment GO Bond Proposed Project 5 million

Improve public spaces and better utilize public land 72nd Street Civic Center: Recreation and fitness center,

Tagged Passions:streets, bond, and recreation

community room, library,

competition pool, paraking garage GO Bond Proposed Project 60 million Increase community gardens and access to healthy foods Community garden/Hydroponic farms This item was noted in the North Beach Master Plan. This

Tagged Passions:beach, agriculture, bond, and library

will be discussed at the Sustainability Committee in July

2018. 500,000 Increase public transit and alternative modes of transportation

Tagged Passions:transportation, Public Transit, and sustainability

To create an intermodal hub to

allow for more accessible regional and local transit. Feasibility Study Underway: A North Beach Intermodal Hub

Tagged Passions:beach

has been suggested by both Miami-Dade Transportation

Tagged Passions:transportation

Planning Organization studies and the 2016 Miami Beach

Transportation Master Plan. Miami Beach is currently exploring the feasibility of developing an intermodal hub in the vicinity of the 72nd Street municipal parking lot, where passengers could access the north/south bus routes to travel to South Beach, Downtown Miami, Bal Harbor,

Tagged Passions:transportation, Public Transit, beach, streets, downtown, boating, ports, travel, planning, and parking

3
million

Log Cabin restoration

The total budget to restore the cabin is estimated at 1.5
Tagged Passions:budget

million. The City has placed this item for consideration of the

2018 GO Bond. Additionally, the City will be launching a

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:bond

crowdfunding campaign to source public dollars for the

No additional detail provided

restoration of the cabin. This item is being discussed at the

June 6, 2018 City Commission Meeting to determine the

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:boards and commissions

future use and placement of the Log Cabin.

1.5 million Tatum Pedestrian Bridge Shulman Designs for the Tatum pedestrian bridge have been approved by Transportation and are currently being reviewed by Public Works. 150,000 Page 24 of 252 OLD BUSINESS 3. COMMITTEE MEMORANDUM TO: Neighborhood/Community Affairs Committee Members FROM: Jimmy L. Morales, City Manager
Tagged Passions:Public Works, public works, transportation, administrator, manager, Pedestrian, business, and neighborhood

DATE: June 20, 2018

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SUBJECT: DISCUSSION REGARDING CABLERUNNER AND ITS TECHNOLOGY

Tagged Passions:Technology and technology

ANALYSIS: Multinet Cablerunner LLC (Cablerunner) is a company that specializes in building fiber optic networks without trenching by using existing infrastructure similar to sewer systems or storm water drains to install fiber networks. It is said to allow faster installation of fiber networks with a competitive cost advantage, compared to conventional deployment systems.

Tagged Passions:Utility, telecommunications, utility, Telecommunications, information technology, stormwater, Information Technology, sewer, and water

At its February 15, 2018 meeting, the City Commission placed dual referrals to the Finance and Citywide Projects Committee and the Neighborhood/Community Affairs Committee, to discuss Cablerunner and its technology. The item was heard and the dual referrals were approved by the Commission to have Public Works staff begin researching the new technology, and understand its capabilities.

Tagged Passions:Public Works, public works, boards and commissions, Technology, technology, finance, and neighborhood

At its March 26, FCWPC meeting, a discussion was heard about CableRunner's suggested approach to implement a 5G method by running the fiber networks through the sewer system. It was recommended to have the engineering firm, Hazen and Sawyer review and consider local conditions in Miami Beach to determine the suitability of installing an in-sewer fiber optic network.

Hazen and Sawyer's analysis came back unfavorable, indicating that the City's sewer system is not suitable for the installation of an in-sewer fiber optic network. Full report attached.
Tagged Passions:Utility, telecommunications, utility, beach, Telecommunications, information technology, Information Technology, and sewer

ATTACHMENTS: Description Type analysis Other

Page 25 of 252 Hazen and Sawyer 999 Ponce de Leon Boulevard, Suite 1150 Coral Gables, FL 33134 305.443.4001 Technical Memorandum
Tagged Passions:streets

To: Mr. Roy Coley, MBA Director, Miami Beach Public Works

From: Jayson Page, PE, Vice President Beth Waters, PE, Associate Alexandra Westbrook, Assistant Engineer

Tagged Passions:Utility, Public Works, utility, public works, beach, and water

CableRunner Technology Review City of Miami Beach Introduction

The City of Miami Beach owns and operates a gravity wastewater collection system that includes approximately 113 miles of gravity sewer and approximately 2,750 manholes. The majority of the sewer piping was installed circa 1950, as indicated by the major presence of vitrified clay pipe (VCP), also referred to as terracotta piping. Concrete, polyvinyl chloride (PVC), cast iron, and ductile iron piping are also present in the system. The size of piping ranges from 4-inches in diameter to 36-inches in diameter. The sewer system collects wastewater from the City s service area and transmits that wastewater to 23 lift stations, which pump wastewater through the City s force main network. Flow converges at South Point Park, where wastewater is conveyed through a subaqueous 60-inch force main under Government Cut and is received by Miami-Dade Water and Sewer s (MDWASD) Central District Wastewater Treatment Plant (CDWWTP) for treatment and disposal. Refer to Figure 1-1 for an overview of the City s sewer system. CableRunner International (CableRunner) is a company based in Vienna, Austria. CableRunner offers a mechanism to install fiber optic conduits within gravity sanitary sewer systems, benefiting from the connectivity and proximity to homes. Stormwater systems can also be utilized for CableRunner technology. The company was founded in 1999 and has completed several projects in Europe. In recent years CableRunner has expanded to China, Russia, and the Americas. In 2013, CableRunner began work in the United States (US) with a large diameter sanitary sewer project in Cleveland, Ohio, which is the sole installation in the US to date. The City of Miami Beach contracted Hazen and Sawyer to perform an evaluation of CableRunner technology and consider local conditions in Miami Beach to determine the suitability of installing an in- sewer fiber optic network. Jo b 90 00 -0 04 Page 26 of 252 Page 27 of 252 Page 3 of 19 CableRunner Technology Review City of Miami Beach
Tagged Passions:Utility, telecommunications, utility, parks, plant, beach, contract, Telecommunications, Technology, technology, stormwater, sewer, and water

Table of Contents 1. Broadband Availability in Miami Beach ......................................................................5

Tagged Passions:beach and Internet Access

2.
Technology Review....................................................................................................6 2.1 Standard Installation Practices ...................................................................................................6

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Tagged Passions:Technology and technology

2.2 CableRunner Installation ............................................................................................................6

3.
Suitability Review .....................................................................................................10 3.1 Size of Sewer System ..............................................................................................................10

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:Utility, utility, and sewer

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