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Commission Meeting / Presentations Awards City Hall, Commission Chambers, 3rd Floor, 1700 Convention Center Drive June 27, 2018 - 4:00 PM

Mayor Dan Gelber Commissioner John Elizabeth Aleman Commissioner Ricky Arriola Commissioner Michael Gongora Commissioner Kristen Rosen Gonzalez Commissioner Mark Samuelian Commissioner Micky Steinberg City Manager Jimmy L. Morales City Attorney Raul J. Aguila City Clerk Rafael E. Granado
Tagged Passions:conventions, boards and commissions, legal, administrator, and manager

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ATTENTION ALL LOBBYISTS Chapter 2, Article VII, Division 3 of the City Code of Miami Beach, entitled Lobbyists, requires the registration of all lobbyists with the Office of the City Clerk prior to engaging in any lobbying activity with the City Commission, any City Board or Committee, or any personnel as defined in the subject Code sections. Copies of the City Code sections on lobbyists laws are available in the Office of the City Clerk. Questions regarding the provisions of the Ordinance should be directed to the Office of the City Attorney. To request this material in alternate format, sign language interpreter (five-day notice required), information on access for persons with disabilities, and/or any accommodation to review any document or participate in any City-sponsored proceedings, call 305.604.2489 and select option 6; TTY users may call via 711 (Florida Relay Service). In order to ensure adequate public consideration, if necessary, the Mayor and City Commission may move any agenda item to an alternate meeting. In addition, the Mayor and City Commission may, at their discretion, adjourn the Commission Meeting without reaching all agenda items. AGENDA KEY Consent Agenda: Regular Agenda: C2 - Competitive Bid Reports R2 - Competitive Bid Reports C4 - Commission Committee Assignments R5 - Ordinances C6 - Commission Committee Reports R7 - Resolutions C7 - Resolutions R9 - New Businesses Commission Requests
Tagged Passions:boards and commissions, beach, legal, personnel, RFP, rfp, ordinance, lobbying, and business

R10 - City Attorney Reports

PA - Presentations and Awards Page 1 of 107 AGENDA
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1.
CALL TO ORDER

CONSENT AGENDA

C4 A REFERRAL TO THE JUNE 29, 2018 FINANCE AND CITYWIDE PROJECTS COMMITTEE TO DISCUSS STREAMLINING THE PROCUREMENT PROCESS.

Commissioner Ricky Arriola
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C7 - Resolutions

C7 A A RESOLUTION OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, RECOGNIZING AND APPROVING EARLY VOTING FOR THE AUGUST 28, 2018 CITY OF MIAMI BEACH SPECIAL ELECTION.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:boards and commissions, beach, recognition, voting rights, voting, and election

Office of the City Clerk

C7 B A RESOLUTION OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, AUTHORIZING THE MIAMI-DADE COUNTY CANVASSING BOARD FOR THE AUGUST 28, 2018 PRIMARY ELECTION TO SERVE AS THE CANVASSING BOARD FOR THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH S SPECIAL ELECTION TO BE HELD ON AUGUST 28, 2018.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:boards and commissions, beach, voting, and election

Office of the City Clerk

C7 C A RESOLUTION OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, APPROVING FUNDING AND AN EXPENDITURE IN AN AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED 22,000.00 FOR THE PUBLIC PURPOSE OF INFORMING AND EDUCATING THE VOTERS OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH REGARDING THE BALLOT QUESTIONS IN THE CITY S SPECIAL ELECTION ON AUGUST 28, 2018, WHICH WILL BE HELD IN CONJUNCTION WITH THE PRIMARY ELECTION, IN ORDER TO ACHIEVE A MORE INFORMED ELECTORATE VOTE.

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Tagged Passions:boards and commissions, beach, voting, election, and funding

Office of the City Clerk/Office of the City Attorney/Marketing and Communications

Tagged Passions:legal, Communications, communications, and market

C7 D A RESOLUTION OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, STRONGLY URGING PRESIDENT DONALD TRUMP AND THE UNITED STATES CONGRESS TO TAKE IMMEDIATE STEPS TO REUNITE CHILDREN SEPARATED FROM THEIR PARENTS DUE TO IMMIGRATION DETENTIONS, AND TO PROHIBIT ANY FUTURE PARENT AND CHILD SEPARATIONS BY UNITED STATES IMMIGRATION AUTHORITIES.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:boards and commissions, beach, Immigration, detention, and parents

Office of the City Attorney Vice Mayor Micky Steinberg

Tagged Passions:legal

C7 E A RESOLUTION OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, STRONGLY URGING THE UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN RESOURCES TO PROVIDE AND MAINTAIN ADEQUATE MEDICAL CARE, NUTRITION, HOUSING, AND EDUCATIONAL STANDARDS IN, AND TO PERMIT ACCESS BY ELECTED FEDERAL REPRESENTATIVES TO, FEDERAL IMMIGRATION DETENTION CENTERS AND SHELTERS FOR CHILDREN.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:boards and commissions, health, beach, human resources, Immigration, nutrition, detention, and housing

Office of the City Attorney Commissioner Michael Gongora

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C7 F A RESOLUTION OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, CONDEMNING THE DENIAL OF ACCESS TO GOVERNMENT OFFICIALS TO IMMIGRATION DETENTION FACILITIES OR SHELTER FOR CHILDREN FOR HUMANITARIAN INSPECTIONS AND PURPOSES AND IMPOSING, AS OF THE DATE OF THE ADOPTION OF THIS RESOLUTION, A MORATORIUM ON THE CITY CONTRACTING WITH ANY ENTITY, OR SUBSIDIARY THEREOF, OPERATING DETENTION FACILITIES OR SHELTERS FOR CHILDREN DETAINED BY UNITED STATES IMMIGRATION AUTHORITIES UNTIL SUCH ENTITIES, OR SUBSIDIARIES THEREOF, PERMIT ACCESS TO SUCH FACILITIES BY GOVERNMENT OFFICIALS SEEKING ENTRY FOR INSPECTIONS AND HUMANITARIAN PURPOSES.

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Tagged Passions:boards and commissions, beach, contract, Immigration, and detention

Office of the City Attorney Commissioner Ricky Arriola

Tagged Passions:legal

REGULAR AGENDA R5 - Ordinances

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Tagged Passions:ordinance

R5 A 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. First Reading Office of the City Attorney/Code Compliance Referred to NCAC on April 11, 2018 - R5 N Commissioner Kristen Rosen Gonzalez

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

R7 - Resolutions

R7 A A RESOLUTION OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, APPROVING, BY 5/7TH VOTE, AND FOLLOWING A DULY NOTICED PUBLIC HEARING, THE NAMING OF THE BALLROOMS WITHIN THE MIAMI BEACH CONVENTION CENTER AS FOLLOWS: THE GRAND BALLROOM AS THE GRAND BALLROOM, THE BALLROOM IN FRONT OF HALL A AS OCEAN DRIVE ROOM, THE BALLROOM IN FRONT OF HALL D AS LINCOLN ROAD ROOM, THE SPECIALTY SPACE BALLROOM AS SUNSET VISTA SALON, AND THE JUNIOR BALLROOM/LEVEL 2 AS ART DECO ROOM. 5:01 p.m. Public Hearing Tourism, Culture and Economic Development

R7 B A RESOLUTION OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, APPROVING, BY 5/7TH VOTE, AND FOLLOWING A DULY NOTICED PUBLIC HEARING, THE NAMING OF THE CLUBHOUSE STRUCTURE LOCATED IN THE PARK TO THE NORTH OF THE MIAMI BEACH CONVENTION CENTER AS THE CARL FISHER CLUBHOUSE. 5:02 p.m. Public Hearing Tourism, Culture and Economic Development

R7 C A RESOLUTION OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, ADOPTING THE THIRD AMENDMENT TO THE GENERAL FUND, ENTERPRISE FUND, INTERNAL SERVICE FUND, AND SPECIAL REVENUE FUND BUDGETS FOR FISCAL YEAR (FY) 2017/18. 5:03 p.m. Public Hearing Budget and Performance Improvement

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Tagged Passions:boards and commissions, beach, budget, hearing, and performance

R7 D A RESOLUTION OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, ADOPTING THE SIXTH AMENDMENT TO THE CAPITAL BUDGET

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Tagged Passions:boards and commissions, beach, and budget

FOR FISCAL YEAR 2017/18, AS SET FORTH IN ATTACHMENTS A (SOURCE OF FUNDS), ATTACHMENT B (PROGRAMS), AND ATTACHMENT C (PROJECTS). 5:04 p.m. Public Hearing Budget and Performance Improvement

Tagged Passions:budget, hearing, funding, program, and performance

R7 E A RESOLUTION OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, APPROVING AND AUTHORIZING THE CREATION OF A HOST COMMITTEE TO RAISE FUNDS FOR A GRAND OPENING GALA AND A CONCURRENT COMMUNITY OPEN HOUSE IN CELEBRATION OF THE NEWLY RENOVATED MIAMI BEACH CONVENTION CENTER, TO TAKE PLACE IN EARLY 2019, AUTHORIZING THE ACCEPTANCE OF DONATIONS MADE TO THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH; AND AUTHORIZING THE CITY MANAGER, OR HIS DESIGNEE, SUBJECT TO BUDGET APPROPRIATION, TO MAKE SUCH EXPENDITURES AND/OR REIMBURSEMENTS FROM THE AFOREMENTIONED DONATIONS IN FURTHERANCE OF, AND CONSISTENT WITH, THE HOSTING OF A GRAND OPENING GALA AND COMMUNITY OPEN HOUSE.

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Tagged Passions:conventions, boards and commissions, beach, budget, administrator, manager, Donation, funding, and donation

Tourism, Culture and Economic Development

Item Deferred to July 2, 2018 SCM R7 F A RESOLUTION OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, APPROVING A LIMITED EXCEPTION TO SECTION 6(C) OF THE THIRD AMENDED AND RESTATED RULES AND REGULATIONS FOR BEACHFRONT CONCESSION OPERATIONS (PROHIBITING NEW APPLICATIONS FOR MOBILE COOKING/HEATING CONCESSION FACILITIES), AND APPROVING AND AUTHORIZING THE CITY MANAGER TO EXECUTE TEMPORARY LETTER AGREEMENTS WITH THOSE INTERESTED PRIVATE UPLAND PROPERTY OWNERS (CONCESSIONAIRES), LOCATED IMMEDIATELY WESTWARD OF THE BEACHFRONT, FOR A SIX MONTH PILOT PROGRAM IN ORDER TO EVALUATE THE MANAGEMENT AND OPERATION OF NO MORE THAN ONE (1) MOBILE COOKING/HEATING CONCESSION FACILITY, WHICH WILL BE LOCATED SEAWARD OF THE UPLAND PROPERTY; AND SHOULD THE ADMINISTRATION DETERMINE THAT THE PILOT PROGRAM WAS SUCCESSFUL, AUTHORIZING THE ADMINISTRATION TO SUBMIT PROPOSED MODIFICATIONS TO THE RULES AND REGULATIONS GOVERNING THE UTILIZATION OF MOBILE COOKING/HEATING CONCESSION FACILITIES AS PART OF THE BEACHFRONT CONCESSION AGREEMENTS ISSUED ANNUALLY TO THE UPLAND PROPERTY OWNERS.
Tagged Passions:boards and commissions, beach, property, administrator, manager, development, tourism, regulation, economic development, program, Development, and facility

Tourism, Culture and Economic Development

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

Supplemental updated on 6/26/2018 (Memorandum, Draft Agreement, Resolution)

R9 - New Business and Commission Requests

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Tagged Passions:boards and commissions and business

R9 A INTRODUCTION OF THE NEWLY ELECTED DISTRICT 5 MIAMI-DADE COUNTY COMMISSIONER EILEEN HIGGINS.

Commissioner Michael Gongora R9 B DISCUSS THE PRELIMINARY DESIGN PLANS AND REPORT BY DOVER KOHL FOR THE FUTURE USE OF THE NORTH BEACH WEST LOTS.
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Tourism, Culture and Economic Development Deferred from June 6, 2018 - R9 O

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

Supplemental updated on 6/25/2018 (PowerPoint Presentation)

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R10 - City Attorney Reports

R10 A CLOSED ATTORNEY-CLIENT SESSION: PURSUANT TO 286.011, FLORIDA STATUTES, THE CITY ATTORNEY HEREBY ADVISES Page 4 of 107
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THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION THAT HE DESIRES ADVICE CONCERNING THE FOLLOWING PENDING LITIGATION MATTER:

CONSOLIDATED CASES NOS. 2015-11069 CA 43 AND 2014-023217 CA 43
Tagged Passions:boards and commissions and legal

CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT

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Tagged Passions:legal and court

MURANO GRANDE AT PORTOFINO CONDOMINIUM ASSOCIATION, INC., A FLORIDA NOT-FOR-PROFIT, MURANO GRANDE AT PORTOFINO MASTER ASSOCIATION, INC., A FLORIDA NOT-FOR-PROFIT CORPORATION, AND ICON CONDOMINIUM ASSOCIATION, INC., A FLORIDA NOT-FOR-PROFIT CORPORATION,

PLAINTIFFS,

V.
THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, A MUNICIPAL CORPORATION, MIAMI BEACH REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY, A FLORIDA PUBLIC AGENCY, AND MIAMI BEACH MARINA ASSOCIATES, LTD., A FLORIDA LIMITED PARTNERSHIP,

DEFENDANTS,

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MURANO GRANDE AT PORTOFINO CONDOMINIUM ASSOCIATION, INC., A FLORIDA NOT-FOR-PROFIT CORPORATION,

PLAINTIFF/COUNTER-DEFENDANT,

V.
THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, A MUNICIPAL CORPORATION, AND MIAMI BEACH REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY, A FLORIDA PUBLIC AGENCY,

DEFENDANT/COUNTER-PLAINTIFFS, THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, A MUNICIPAL CORPORATION, AND MIAMI BEACH REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY, A FLORIDA PUBLIC AGENCY, THIRD-PARTY PLAINTIFFS,

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MURANO GRANDE AT PORTOFINO MASTER ASSOCIATION, INC., A FLORIDA NOT- FOR-PROFIT CORPORATION, AND ICON CONDOMINIUM ASSOCIATION, INC., A FLORIDA NOT-FOR PROFIT CORPORATION,

THIRD-PARTY DEFENDANTS. THEREFORE, A PRIVATE CLOSED ATTORNEY-CLIENT SESSION WILL BE HELD DURING THE COMMISSION MEETING ON JUNE 27, 2018 AT 4:00 P.M. IN THE CITY MANAGER'S LARGE CONFERENCE ROOM, FOURTH FLOOR, CITY HALL TO DISCUSS SETTLEMENT NEGOTIATIONS AND/OR STRATEGY RELATED TO LITIGATION EXPENDITURES WITH REGARD TO THE ABOVE-REFERENCED LITIGATION MATTER.

Tagged Passions:boards and commissions, strategic, legal, administrator, manager, and settlement

THE FOLLOWING INDIVIDUALS WILL BE IN ATTENDANCE: MAYOR DAN GELBER; MEMBERS OF THE CITY COMMISSION; MICKY STEINBERG, MICHAEL GONGORA, MARK SAMUELIAN, RICKY ARRIOLA, KRISTEN ROSEN GONZALEZ, AND JOHN ELIZABETH ALEMAN; CITY MANAGER JIMMY L. MORALES, CITY ATTORNEY RAUL J. AGUILA, DEPUTY CITY ATTORNEY STEVEN H. ROTHSTEIN, ASSISTANT CITY

Page 5 of 107 ATTORNEY JASON JACOBSON, MARK A. HENDRICKS, ESQUIRE, AND MEREDYTH S. COOPER, ESQUIRE. 4:00 p.m. Office of the City Attorney Deferred from June 6, 2018 - R10 A
Tagged Passions:boards and commissions, legal, administrator, and manager

REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY (RDA)

1.
A RESOLUTION OF THE CHAIRPERSON AND MEMBERS OF THE MIAMI BEACH REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY (RDA), ADOPTING THE SECOND AMENDMENT TO THE MIAMI BEACH REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY CAPITAL BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 2017/18, AS SET FORTH IN ATTACHMENTS A (SOURCE OF FUNDS), ATTACHMENT B (PROGRAMS), AND ATTACHMENT C (PROJECTS). 5:05 p.m. Public Hearing Budget and Performance Improvement

PRESENTATIONS AND AWARDS (COMMENCES AT APPROXIMATELY 5:00 P.M.) PA 1 CERTIFICATE OF RECOGNITION TO BE PRESENTED TO THE ANTI-DEFAMATION LEAGUE.

Tagged Passions:beach, budget, hearing, recognition, funding, program, and performance

Vice-Mayor Micky Steinberg Deferred from May 16, 2018 - PA 2

PA 2 CERTIFICATES OF RECOGNITION TO BE PRESENTED TO THE MIAMI BEACH ROWING CLUB. Commissioner Kristen Rosen Gonzalez PA 3 PROCLAMATION TO BE PRESENTED TO TOMAS REGALADO FOR HIS LIFETIME ACCOMPLISHMENTS FOR THE BETTERMENT OF SOUTH FLORIDA. Commissioner Michael Gongora PA 4 CERTIFICATE OF RECOGNITION TO BE PRESENTED TO THE 1 HOTEL FOR THEIR MODE OF EXCELLENCE IN SUSTAINABILITY EFFORTS. Commissioner Michael Gongora PA 5 PROCLAMATION TO BE PRESENTED TO ROBERTO ESCUDERO AND RANSES QUIROGA FOR THEIR HEROIC DEEDS IN SAVING TWO SWIMMERS' LIVES. Commissioner Mark Samuelian PA 6 PROCLAMATION TO BE PRESENTED TO VICTOR M. DIAZ FOR HIS LIFETIME OF OUTSTANDING CIVIC WORK, INCLUDING CO-FOUNDING UNIDAD, FOR THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH. Commissioner Mark Samuelian PA 7 CERTIFICATES OF RECOGNITION TO BE PRESENTED TO THE MAYOR'S BLUE RIBBON PANEL ON MEMORIAL DAY WEEKEND. Commissioner Ricky Arriola Notices
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1.
ADVERTISEMENTS.

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TIME CERTAIN

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Commission Committee Assignments - C4 A

COMMISSION MEMORANDUM TO: Honorable Mayor and Members of the City Commission FROM: Commissioner Ricky Arriola DATE: June 27, 2018 SUBJECT: REFERRAL TO THE JUNE 29, 2018 FINANCE AND CITYWIDE PROJECTS COMMITTEE TO DISCUSS STREAMLINING THE PROCUREMENT PROCESS. ANALYSIS Please place this referral item on the June 27, 2018 City Commission agenda. Legislative Tracking Commissioner Ricky Arriola Page 7 of 107 Resolutions - C7 A COMMISSION MEMORANDUM TO: Honorable Mayor and Members of the City Commission FROM: Rafael E. Granado, City Clerk DATE: June 27, 2018

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SUBJECT: A RESOLUTION OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, RECOGNIZING AND APPROVING EARLY VOTING FOR THE AUGUST 28, 2018 CITY OF MIAMI BEACH SPECIAL ELECTION.

RECOMMENDATION Approve a Resolution recognizing and approving early voting for the City of Miami Beach Special Election to be held on Tuesday, August 28, 2018, in conjunction with the Primary Election.
Tagged Passions:boards and commissions, beach, recognition, voting rights, voting, and election

ANALYSIS During the July 6, 2018 City Commission meeting, the City Commission called for a Special Election to be held on Tuesday, August 28, 2018, in conjunction with the Primary Election, in order to submit to the electorate of the City of Miami Beach the following two ballot questions:

Question 1: Amending Composition of the Board of Adjustment Section 2 of City s Related Special Acts establishes the Board of Adjustment ( BOA ) with seven members, each representing one of the following professions: Law, architecture, engineering, real estate development, certified public accounting, financial consultation, and general business. Shall Section 2 be amended to provide that two of the BOA members shall be citizens at-large (no specific profession), and the remaining five members shall each represent one of the above professions?
Tagged Passions:boards and commissions, beach, development, voting, election, finance, business, and Development

___________ YES ___________ NO

Question 2: Amend City Charter to Increase the Annual Compensation of the Mayor and City Commissioners Shall City Charter Section 2.02 be amended to change the annual compensation established in 1966, which has not been raised in 52 years, for the Mayor from 10,000 to 75,636, and for City Commissioners from 6,000 to 45,381; and also to authorize the City Commission, at a noticed public hearing, to allow an annual compensation increase based upon the Consumer Price Index, issued by U.S. Department of Labor, not to exceed three percent per year? Page 8 of 107
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___________ YES ___________ NO

Section 101.657(1)(d) of the Florida Statutes (the Early Voting Statute ), requires that each County s Supervisor of Elections commence early voting on the 10th day before an election that contains State or Federal races and end on the 3rd day before the election; providing early voting for no less than 8 hours and no more than 12 hours per day at each site during the applicable period. In addition, early voting may be offered at the discretion of the Supervisor of Elections on the 15th, 14th, 13th, 12th, 11th, or 2nd day before an election that contains State or Federal races for at least 8 hours per day, but not more than 12 hours per day. Inasmuch as Florida s Election Code states that municipalities may provide early voting only in municipal elections that are not held in conjunction with County or State elections, the County will be responsible for conducting the early voting activities related to the City s Special Election on August 28, 2018. Accordingly, the Miami-Dade County Supervisor of Elections has tentatively designated the following early voting schedule for the August 28, 2018 City Special Election, and has tentatively designated Miami Beach City Hall, 1700 Convention Center Drive, and the North Shore Branch Library, 7501 Collins Avenue, as the early voting locations within the City of Miami Beach: Week 1 Dates Week 1 Times Monday, August 13, 2018 To Be Determined by the Supervisor of Elections Tuesday, August 14, 2018 To Be Determined by the Supervisor of Elections Wednesday, August 15, 2018 To Be Determined by the Supervisor of Elections Thursday, August 16, 2018 To Be Determined by the Supervisor of Elections Friday, August 17, 2018 To Be Determined by the Supervisor of Elections Saturday, August 18, 2018 To Be Determined by the Supervisor of Elections Sunday, August 19, 2018 To Be Determined by the Supervisor of Elections Week 2 Dates Week 2 Times Monday, August 20, 2018 To Be Determined by the Supervisor of Elections Tuesday, August 21, 2018 To Be Determined by the Supervisor of Elections Wednesday, August 22, 2018 To Be Determined by the Supervisor of Elections Thursday, August 23, 2018 To Be Determined by the Supervisor of Elections Friday, August 24, 2018 To Be Determined by the Supervisor of Elections Saturday, August 25, 2018 To Be Determined by the Supervisor of Elections Sunday, August 26, 2018 To Be Determined by the Supervisor of Elections Upon receipt from the Miami-Dade County Elections Department of the final early voting schedule and locations for the August 28, 2018 Special Election, the City Clerk will report this information to the Mayor and Commissioners via Letter to Commission (LTC), and will further post the information on the City s website.
Tagged Passions:conventions, boards and commissions, beach, voting rights, voting, election, and library

CONCLUSION I recommend that the Mayor and City Commission recognize and approve early voting for the August 28, 2018 City of Miami Beach Special Election, said early voting to be conducted in accordance with the provisions of the attached Resolution and Section 101.657, Florida Statutes.

Page 9 of 107 FINANCIAL INFORMATION The Miami-Dade County Elections Department has provided the City Clerk with an estimate of approximately 31,000 to conduct the August 28, 2018 Special Election, which includes the costs of 14 early voting days. (See Department of Election Estimate.) Additionally, the City will incur approximately 31,100 in legally mandated advertisements, required by the Florida Statutes and the City Code, to notice this Special Election. Amount 1 31,000 Account 1 011-9322-000312-90-400-592-00-00-00 - Election Costs Amount 2 31,100 Account 2 011-9322-000312-90-400-592-00-00-00 - Advertisement Costs Legislative Tracking Office of the City Clerk ATTACHMENTS: Description Estimate from Miami-Dade County Elections Resolution Page 10 of 107 MIAMI .DDE S 1m n miamidade.gov ESTIMATE Elections 2700 NW 87th Avenue Miami, Florida 331 72 T 305-499-8683 F 305-499-8547 TIY 305-499-8480 Miami Beach Election- Piggyback on Primary Election- August 28. 2018

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Rafael E. Granado, City Clerk City of Miami Beach 1700 Convention Center Drive 200 Miami Beach, FL 33139

Registered Voters:

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Personnel Salaries Fringe Benefits, Overtime, Poll Workers

Polling Places Security, Polling Place Rentals Supplies and Services Absentee Ballots Set Up Trucks and Vehicles Truck Rentals, GSA Vehicles Printing and Advertising Absentee, Early Voting Precinct Ballots Postage Absentee Ballots Sent and Business Reply

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Ballot Creation

50,833

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In-House Outside Contractual Services, Translations - Based on one question

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Administrative Overhead Indirect Costs, Logic Accuracy, Post-Election Audits

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Please note these costs are estimates and are subject to change. This estimate does include the cost of ballot printing; however, if your question(s)lrace(s) creates an additional ballot page. the cost will be adjusted accordingly.

For more information, you may contact: Rena A. Salter Assistant Deputy SOE-Finance and Administration Miami-Dade Elections Department 2700 NW 87 Avenue Miami, Florida 33172

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Office: 305-499-8424 E-mail: ras@miamidade.gov

Estimate N : Estimate Date: Early Voting Days: I *TOTAL

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MB PB-082818 July 17, 2017

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. . . 25,416.50 . 2,410.00 2,782.65 30,609.15 Page 11 of 107 RESOLUTION NO. --- A RESOLUTION OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, RECOGNIZING AND APPROVING EARLY VOTING FOR THE AUGUST 28, 2018 CITY OF MIAMI BEACH SPECIAL ELECTION. WHEREAS, the City of Miami Beach has scheduled a Special Election to be held on Tuesday, August 28, 2018, in conjunction with the Primary Election for the purpose of presenting ballot questions to the City's electorate; and WHEREAS, the City Commission hereby recognizes and approves early voting for the August 28, 2018 City of Miami Beach Special Election; and WHEREAS, in recognition of the 2013 statutory amendments to Florida Statute Section 101.657(1 )(d) governing Early Voting, the City Commission hereby acknowledges that each County's Supervisor of Elections is required to provide for early voting to begin on the 101h day before an election that contains State or Federal races and end on the 3rd day before the election; and providing early voting for no less than 8 hours and no more than 12 hours per day at each site during the applicable period; in addition, earl voting may be offered at the discretion of the Supervisor of Elections on the 15th, 14th, 13t , 12th, 11th, or 2nd day before an election that contains State or Federal races for at least 8 hours per day, but not more than 12 hours per day; and

Tagged Passions:boards and commissions, beach, recognition, voting rights, voting, and election

WHEREAS, Florida's Election Code states that municipalities may provide early voting only in municipal elections that are not held in conjunction with County or State elections, therefore the County will be responsible for conducting early voting activities related to the City's August 28, 2018 Special Election; and

WHEREAS, the Miami-Dade County Supervisor of Elections has tentatively designated the following early voting schedule for the August 28, 2018 City of Miami Beach Special Election, and has tentatively designated Miami Beach City Hall, 1700 Convention Center Drive, and the North Shore Branch Library, 7501 Collins Avenue, as the early voting locations within the City of Miami Beach: WEEK 1: DATE TIME Monday, August 13, 2018 -------- To Be Determined by Supervisor of Elections Tuesday, August 14,2018 To Be Determined by Supervisor of Elections VVednesday,August 15,2018 To Be Determined by Supervisor of Elections --
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Thursday, August 16, 2018 -

To Be Determiried by Supervisor of Elections Frida August17, 2018 To Be Determined by Supervisor of Elections .. Saturday, August 18, 2018 To Be Determined by Supervisor of Elections -- Sunday, August 19, 2018 ----- To Be Determine_d by Supervisor of Elections

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WEEK2: -

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DATE TIME Monday, _August 20, 2018

--- To Be Determined by SuQervisor of Elections Tuesday,August21,2018 To Be Determined by Supervisor of Elections VVednesday,August22,2018 To Be Determined by Supervisor of Elections - Thursday, ,L\ugust 23, 2018 To Be Determin_ed by Supervisor of Electio Friday, August 24, 2018 To Be Determined by Supervisor of Elections Saturday, August 25, 2018 - To Be Determined by Supervisor of Elections Sunday,August26,2018 To Be Determined by Supervisor of Elections Page 12 of 107 WHEREAS, the Miami-Dade County Elections Department has provided the City Clerk with an estimate of approximately 31,000 for the City's August 28, 2018 Special Election, which includes the costs of 14 early voting days; and

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WHEREAS, upon receipt from the Miami-Dade County Elections Department of the final early voting schedule and locations for the anticipated August 28, 2018 Special Election, the City Clerk will report this information to the Mayor and Commissioners via Letter to Commission (L TC), and will further post the information on the City's website.

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT DULY RESOLVED BY THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, that the Mayor and City Commission hereby recognize and approve early voting for the August 28, 2018 City of Miami Beach Special Election, said early voting to be conducted in accordance with the provisions of this Resolution. PASSED and ADOPTED this 2ih day of June, 2018. Dan Gelber, Mayor ATTEST:

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Rafael E. Granado, City Clerk

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SUBJECT: A RESOLUTION OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, AUTHORIZING THE MIAMI-DADE COUNTY CANVASSING BOARD FOR THE AUGUST 28, 2018 PRIMARY ELECTION TO SERVE AS THE CANVASSING BOARD FOR THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH S SPECIAL ELECTION TO BE HELD ON AUGUST 28, 2018.

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RECOMMENDATION Approve the Resolution.

ANALYSIS On August 28, 2018, Miami-Dade County will be conducting the Primary Election, at which time the City Commission has authorized a Special Election to be held, in order to submit to the electorate of the City of Miami Beach the following two ballot questions:

Question 1: Amending Composition of the Board of Adjustment Section 2 of City s Related Special Acts establishes the Board of Adjustment ( BOA ) with seven members, each representing one of the following professions: Law, architecture, engineering, real estate development, certified public accounting, financial consultation, and general business. Shall Section 2 be amended to provide that two of the BOA members shall be citizens at-large (no specific profession), and the remaining five members shall each represent one of the above professions?
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___________ YES ___________ NO

Question 2: Amend City Charter to Increase the Annual Compensation of the Mayor and City Commissioners Shall City Charter Section 2.02 be amended to change the annual compensation established in 1966, which has not been raised in 52 years, for the Mayor from 10,000 to 75,636, and for City Commissioners from 6,000 to 45,381; and also to authorize the City Commission, at a noticed public hearing, to allow an annual compensation increase based upon the Consumer Price Index, Page 14 of 107
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issued by U.S. Department of Labor, not to exceed three percent per year?

___________ YES ___________ NO

The Miami-Dade County Canvassing Board for the County's August 28, 2018 Primary Election is charged with the statutory responsibilities relating to the conduct of the subject election and is further charged to act consistent with said responsibilities as the Canvassing Board for the City of Miami Beach's August 28, 2018 Special Election. The attached Resolution has thus been prepared for the purpose of formally authorizing the Miami- Dade County Canvassing Board to serve as the Canvassing Board for the City of Miami Beach s August 28, 2018 Special Election.
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CONCLUSION I hereby recommend that the Mayor and City Commission authorize the Miami-Dade County Canvassing Board for the August 28, 2018 Primary Election to act as the Canvassing Board for the City of Miami Beach's August 28, 2018 Special Election.

FINANCIAL INFORMATION The Miami-Dade County Elections Department has provided the City Clerk with an estimate of approximately 31,000 to conduct the August 28, 2018 Special Election, which includes the costs of 14 early voting days. (See Department of Election Estimate.) Additionally, the City will incur approximately 31,100 in legally mandated advertisements, required by the Florida Statutes and the City Code, to notice this Special Election. Amount 1 31,000 Account 1 011-9322-000312-90-400-592-00-00-00 - Election Cost Amount 2 31,100 Account 2 011-9322-000312-90-400-592-00-00-00 - Advertisement Cost Legislative Tracking Office of the City Clerk ATTACHMENTS: Description Estimate from Miami-Dade County Elections Resolution Page 15 of 107 MIAMI .DDE S 1m n miamidade.gov ESTIMATE Elections 2700 NW 87th Avenue Miami, Florida 331 72 T 305-499-8683 F 305-499-8547 TIY 305-499-8480 Miami Beach Election- Piggyback on Primary Election- August 28. 2018

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Rafael E. Granado, City Clerk City of Miami Beach 1700 Convention Center Drive 200 Miami Beach, FL 33139

Registered Voters:

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Personnel Salaries Fringe Benefits, Overtime, Poll Workers

Polling Places Security, Polling Place Rentals Supplies and Services Absentee Ballots Set Up Trucks and Vehicles Truck Rentals, GSA Vehicles Printing and Advertising Absentee, Early Voting Precinct Ballots Postage Absentee Ballots Sent and Business Reply

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Ballot Creation

50,833

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In-House Outside Contractual Services, Translations - Based on one question

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Administrative Overhead Indirect Costs, Logic Accuracy, Post-Election Audits

No additional detail provided

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Please note these costs are estimates and are subject to change. This estimate does include the cost of ballot printing; however, if your question(s)lrace(s) creates an additional ballot page. the cost will be adjusted accordingly.

For more information, you may contact: Rena A. Salter Assistant Deputy SOE-Finance and Administration Miami-Dade Elections Department 2700 NW 87 Avenue Miami, Florida 33172

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Office: 305-499-8424 E-mail: ras@miamidade.gov

Estimate N : Estimate Date: Early Voting Days: I *TOTAL

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MB PB-082818 July 17, 2017

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. . . 25,416.50 . 2,410.00 2,782.65 30,609.15 Page 16 of 107 RESOLUTION NO.----- A RESOLUTION OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, AUTHORIZING THE MIAMI-DADE COUNTY CANVASSING BOARD FOR THE AUGUST 28, 2018 PRIMARY ELECTION TO SERVE AS THE CANVASSING BOARD FOR THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH'S SPECIAL ELECTION TO BE HELD ON AUGUST 28, 2018.

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WHEREAS, on August 28, 2018, Miami-Dade County ( County ) will be conducting the Primary Election, at which time the City of Miami Beach has authorized a Special Election to be held, in order to submit ballot questions to the electorate of the City of Miami Beach; and

WHEREAS, Miami-Dade County is charged with the full responsibility of conducting the subject Election, except for accepting the Miami-Dade County's Certificate of Election Results concerning the City of Miami Beach's Special Election, which duty is within the Miami Beach City Commission's purview; and WHEREAS, the Miami-Dade County Canvassing Board for the County's August 28, 2018 Primary Election is charged with the statutory responsibilities relating to the conduct of the subject Election and is hereby further authorized to act consistent with said responsibilities as the Canvassing Board for the City of Miami Beach's August 28, 2018 Special Election. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT DULY RESOLVED BY THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, that the Miami-Dade County Canvassing Board for the August 28, 2018 Primary Election is hereby authorized to act as the Canvassing Board for the City of Miami Beach's August 28, 2018 Special Election. PASSED and ADOPTED this 27th day of June, 2018. ATTEST: Dan Gelber, Mayor
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Rafael E. Granado, City Clerk

T:\AGENDA\2018\06 June\City Clerk\ELECTIONS\Canvassing Board Resolution.docx APPROVED AS TO FORM LANGUAGE FOR EXECUTION J- . .t.Dt' c-zi-< City Attorney Dote -- Page 17 of 107 Resolutions - C7 C COMMISSION MEMORANDUM TO: Honorable Mayor and Members of the City Commission FROM: Rafael E. Granado, City Clerk DATE: June 27, 2018

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SUBJECT: A RESOLUTION OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, APPROVING FUNDING AND AN EXPENDITURE IN AN AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED 22,000.00 FOR THE PUBLIC PURPOSE OF INFORMING AND EDUCATING THE VOTERS OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH REGARDING THE BALLOT QUESTIONS IN THE CITY S SPECIAL ELECTION ON AUGUST 28, 2018, WHICH WILL BE HELD IN CONJUNCTION WITH THE PRIMARY ELECTION, IN ORDER TO ACHIEVE A MORE INFORMED ELECTORATE VOTE.

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RECOMMENDATION Adopt the Resolution.

ANALYSIS The voters of the City of Miami Beach will be presented with two (2) City Special Election ballot questions on the August 28, 2018 Primary Election. The subject of the City ballot questions are:
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1.
Amending the composition of the Board of Adjustment; and 2. Amending the City Charter to increase the annual compensation of the Mayor and City Commissioners.

The City Administration believes that educating the voters on these matters is in the public interest and serves a public purpose. In an effort to explain and educate the voters on each of these questions, the Administration will be preparing public education information through various methods, which may include video presentation on the City s cable channel, a voter s guide, and other means. As the MB Magazine does not publish in early August 2018 (scheduled publications are January, April, July, and October), the Administration is seeking funding in an amount not to exceed 22,000.00, to produce a direct mailer and video, including the cost of printing, graphics, translation services, layout, mailing, postage, and other miscellaneous costs as needed to disseminate the information. This expenditure will serve the public purpose given the City s reasonable expectation that these efforts at explaining the ballot questions and educating the voters will result in a more informed electorate vote, benefiting the public good.
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CONCLUSION The Administration recommends that the Mayor and City Commission adopt the Resolution approving funding and an expenditure in an amount not to exceed 22,000 for the public purpose of informing and educating the voters of the City of Miami Beach regarding the City Special Election ballot questions on the August 28, 2018 Primary Election in order to achieve a more informed electorate vote.

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FINANCIAL INFORMATION Six (6) page voter s guide estimate: Printing 6 page voter s guide: 10,969.00 Postage: 9,000.00 Translation 1,500.00 Total 21,469.00 Rounded up to the nearest thousand 22,000.00

No additional detail provided

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As of June 18, 2018, there were 40,760 registered voter households in the City of Miami Beach.

Amount 1 22,000.00 Account 1 011-9322-000312-90-400-592-00-00-00 Legislative Tracking Office of the City Clerk/Office of the City Attorney/Marketing and Communications ATTACHMENTS: Description Resolution Page 19 of 107 RESOLUTION NO. ____ _ A RESOLUTION OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, APPROVING FUNDING AND AN EXPENDITURE IN AN AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED 22,000.00 FOR THE PUBLIC PURPOSE OF INFORMING AND EDUCATING THE VOTERS OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH REGARDING THE BALLOT QUESTIONS IN THE CITY'S SPECIAL ELECTION ON AUGUST 28, 2018, WHICH WILL BE HELD IN CONJUNCTION WITH THE PRIMARY ELECTION, IN ORDER TO ACHIEVE A MORE INFORMED ELECTORATE VOTE. WHEREAS, the voters of the City of Miami Beach will be presented with two (2) City ballot questions in the City's Special Election on August 28, 2018, which will be held in conjunction with the Primary Election; and WHEREAS, the subject of the City ballot questions are 1) Amending the composition of the Board of Adjustment; and 2) Amending the City Charter to increase the annual compensation of the Mayor and City Commissioners - all of which issues affect and involve the interests of the City of Miami Beach and its citizens; and WHEREAS, the Miami Beach City Commission believes that educating the voters on these matters is in the public interest and serves a public purpose; and
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WHEREAS, in an effort to explain and educate the voters on each of these questions through various methods that may include video presentation on the City's cable channel, a voter's guide, and other means, the Administration is requesting approval to spend up to 22,000.00 in budgeted amounts for video production, printing, graphics, translation services, layout, mailing, advertising, postage and other miscellaneous costs as needed; and

WHEREAS, these expenditures will further serve the public purpose given the City's reasonable expectation that these efforts at explaining the ballot questions and educating the voters thereon will result in a more informed electorate vote, benefiting the public good. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT DULY RESOLVED BY THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, that the Mayor and City Commission herein state the public purpose of explaining to and educating the City's voters on the two (2) City Special Election ballot questions that will appear on the August 28, 2018 Primary Election, and thus approve the expenditure of budgeted funds up to 22,000.00 in furtherance of the aforementioned public policy, which is intended to benefit the public good and serve a public purpose. - PASSED and ADOPTED this 2ih day of June 2017. ATTEST: DAN GELBER, MAYOR

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RAFAEL E. GRANADO, CITY CLERK APPROVED AS TO

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SUBJECT: A RESOLUTION OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, STRONGLY URGING PRESIDENT DONALD TRUMP AND THE UNITED STATES CONGRESS TO TAKE IMMEDIATE STEPS TO REUNITE CHILDREN SEPARATED FROM THEIR PARENTS DUE TO IMMIGRATION DETENTIONS, AND TO PROHIBIT ANY FUTURE PARENT AND CHILD SEPARATIONS BY UNITED STATES IMMIGRATION AUTHORITIES.

RECOMMENDATION Pursuant to the request of Vice-Mayor Micky Steinberg, the above-referenced Resolution is submitted for consideration by the Mayor and City Commission at the June 27, 2018 City Commission meeting. Legislative Tracking Office of the City Attorney
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Sponsor Vice Mayor Micky Steinberg

ATTACHMENTS: Description Resolution - End the Policy and Practice of Separating Children

Page 21 of 107 Page 22 of 107 Page 23 of 107 Resolutions - C7 E COMMISSION MEMORANDUM TO: Honorable Mayor and Members of the City Commission FROM: Raul J. Aguila, CIty Attorney DATE: June 27, 2018

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SUBJECT: A RESOLUTION OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, STRONGLY URGING THE UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN RESOURCES TO PROVIDE AND MAINTAIN ADEQUATE MEDICAL CARE, NUTRITION, HOUSING, AND EDUCATIONAL STANDARDS IN, AND TO PERMIT ACCESS BY ELECTED FEDERAL REPRESENTATIVES TO, FEDERAL IMMIGRATION DETENTION CENTERS AND SHELTERS FOR CHILDREN.

RECOMMENDATION Pursuant to the request of Commissioner Michael Gongora, the above-referenced Resolution is submitted for consideration by the Mayor and City Commission at the June 27, 2018 City Commission meeting. Legislative Tracking Office of the City Attorney Sponsor Commissioner Michael Gongora ATTACHMENTS: Description Reso-Urging HHR to maintain standards Page 24 of 107 Page 25 of 107 Page 26 of 107 Resolutions - C7 F COMMISSION MEMORANDUM TO: Honorable Mayor and Members of the City Commission FROM: Raul J. Aguila, City Attorney DATE: June 27, 2018
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SUBJECT: A RESOLUTION OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, CONDEMNING THE DENIAL OF ACCESS TO GOVERNMENT OFFICIALS TO IMMIGRATION DETENTION FACILITIES OR SHELTER FOR CHILDREN FOR HUMANITARIAN INSPECTIONS AND PURPOSES AND IMPOSING, AS OF THE DATE OF THE ADOPTION OF THIS RESOLUTION, A MORATORIUM ON THE CITY CONTRACTING WITH ANY ENTITY, OR SUBSIDIARY THEREOF, OPERATING DETENTION FACILITIES OR SHELTERS FOR CHILDREN DETAINED BY UNITED STATES IMMIGRATION AUTHORITIES UNTIL SUCH ENTITIES, OR SUBSIDIARIES THEREOF, PERMIT ACCESS TO SUCH FACILITIES BY GOVERNMENT OFFICIALS SEEKING ENTRY FOR INSPECTIONS AND HUMANITARIAN PURPOSES.

RECOMMENDATION Pursuant to the request of Commissioner Ricky Arriola, the above-referenced Resolution is submitted for consideration by the Mayor and City Commission at the June 27, 2018 City Commission meeting. Legislative Tracking Office of the City Attorney Sponsor Commissioner Ricky Arriola
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ATTACHMENTS: Description Resolution 061818 Ltr from Arriola to Gary G Palmer 061918 Miami Herald Article Nelson Wasserman

Page 27 of 107 Page 28 of 107 Page 29 of 107 Page 30 of 107 Page 31 of 107 Page 32 of 107 Page 33 of 107 Page 34 of 107 Page 35 of 107 Page 36 of 107 Page 37 of 107 Page 38 of 107 Page 39 of 107 Ordinances - R5 A COMMISSION MEMORANDUM TO: Honorable Mayor and Members of the City Commission FROM: Raul J. Aguila, City Attorney DATE: June 27, 2018 First Reading
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SUBJECT: 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.

RECOMMENDATION Pursuant to the request of Commissioner Kristen Rosen Gonzalez, and the recommendation of the Neighborhood/Community Affairs Committee (NCAC) at its meeting on June 20, 2018, the above- referenced revised and streamlined Ordinance is submitted for consideration by the Mayor and City Commission on First Reading. This revised Ordinance also addresses comments previously expressed at the April 11, 2018 City Commission meeting, which resulted in this matter being referred back to the NCAC, where it had been initially discussed on February 21, 2018 following a prior City Commission referral.

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The new draft Ordinance requires hotel and hostel employers to a) provide a panic button or notification device to certain hotel or hostel employees; b) place a sign on the inside of each guest room door notifying guests that a panic button/notification device has been provided to such employees; and c) submit an affidavit with their annual BTR renewal stating that they are in compliance with the above requirements. Following an initial warning, penalties of 500, 1,000, and 2,000 will be imposed, respectfully, for second, third, and fourth and subsequent violations within a preceding six (6) month period. The regulations would become effective January 1, 2019.

Legislative Tracking Office of the City Attorney/Code Compliance
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Sponsor Commissioner Kristen Rosen Gonzalez

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ATTACHMENTS: Description Protection of Hospitality Employees

Page 41 of 107 ORDINANCE NO.
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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.

No additional detail provided

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WHEREAS, hotel and hostel employees are vital contributors to the community of the City of Miami Beach, and the hospitality industry is a profitable and important component of the City's economy that receives substantial taxpayer support; and

WHEREAS, due to the unique nature of their work, including work performed alone (or alone with a guest) in a guest room, certain hotel and hostel employees are subjected to a higher risk of harassment and violence on the job; and WHEREAS, as a vast majority of hotel and hostel employees are women, the safety and harassment risks within the hospitality industry are of greater concern; and WHEREAS, by adopting certain workplace safety protections, the hospitality industry can improve the personal safety and security of hotel and hostel employees; and WHEREAS, the City has determined that it is appropriate and necessary to protect employees in the hospitality industry from assault and sexual harassment; and WHEREAS, the proposed regulations promote the public health, safety, and welfare of the City, and should be adopted to accomplish the above objectives. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED BY THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, AS FOLLOWS:

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SECTION 1. Chapter 62 of the Code of the City Miami Beach is hereby amended to create Article VI thereof, to be entitled Protection of Hotel Employees from Assault and Sexual Harassment, as follows:

CHAPTER 62 HUMAN RELATIONS
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Article VI. Protection of Hotel and Hostel Employees from Assault and Sexual Harassment.

Page 42 of 107 Sec. 62-204. Legislative intent. The legislative intent of this article is to protect certain hotel and hostel employees in the hospitality industry from violent assault, including sexual assault, and sexual harassment, Hotel and hostel employees often work alone (or alone with a quest) in a quest room or restroom. placing the employees at risk of violent assault, including sexual assault, and sexual harassment. Sec. 62-205. Definitions. The following words, terms and phrases, when used in this article, shall have the meanings ascribed to them in this section, except where the context clearly indicates a different meaning: Guest means any invitee to a hotel or hostel, including registered guests, persons occupying guest rooms with registered guests, visitors invited to guest rooms by a registered guest or other occupant of a guest room, persons patronizing food or beverage facilities provided by the hotel or hostel, or any other person whose presence at the hotel or hostel is permitted by the hotel or hostel employer. The term guest does not include employees. Guest room means any room made available by a hotel or hostel for overnight occupancy by guests.
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Hotel or hostel employer means any person, including a corporate officer or executive, who directly or indirectly or through an agent or any other person, including through the services of a temporary service or staffing agency or similar entity, employs or exercises control over the wages, hours, or working conditions of any employee, and who owns, controls, and/or operates a hotel or hostel in the City of Miami Beach: or a person who employs or exercises control over the wages, hours, or working conditions of any person employed in conjunction with a hotel or hostel employer in furtherance of the provision of lodging and other related services for the public.

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Hotel or hostel employee or employee means any natural person who works full-time or part-time at a hotel or hostel for or under the direction of the hotel or hostel employer, or any subcontractor of the hotel or hostel employer for wages or salary or remuneration of any type under a contract or subcontract of employment, whether express or implied.

Panic button or notification device means a portable emergency contact device that is designed so that an employee can guickly and easily activate such button or device to effectively summon prompt assistance to the employee's location by a hotel or hostel security officer, manager or other appropriate hotel or hostel staff member designated by the hotel or hostel employer.
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Person means an individual, corporation, partnership, limited partnership, limited liability partnership, limited liability company, business trust, estate, trust, association, joint venture, agency, instrumentality, or any other legal or commercial entity, whether domestic or foreign.

Restroom means any room equipped with toilets. Page 43 of 107 Sexual harassment means unwelcome sexual advances, requests for sexual favors, and other verbal or physical conduct of a sexual nature, when submission to or rejection of this conduct explicitly or implicitly affects an individual's employment, unreasonably interferes with an individual's work performance, or creates an intimidating, hostile, or offensive work environment. Sec. 62-206. Requirement to provide panic button or notification device to certain employees. Each hotel or hostel employer shall: (a) Provide a panic button or notification device to each hotel or hostel employee that is a room attendant, housekeeping attendant, minibar attendant, room service server, and any other employee who is required to be in a quest room or restroom without other employees present. An employee may use the panic button or notification device if the employee reasonably believes there is an ongoing crime, harassment, or other emergency in the employee's presence. It is recognized that because of the varying size and physical layout of each hotel, different devices may be appropriate for different hotels. Panic buttons and notification devices shall be provided by the hotel or hostel employer at no cost to the employee.

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(b) Submit an affidavit, on a form prescribed by the city, with the annual renewal of the hotel's or hostel's City business tax receipt, stating that the hotel or hostel employer is in compliance with Sections 62-206(a) and 62-207.

(c) The provisions in subsections 62-206fa) and fb) shall take effect January 1. 2019.

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Sec. 62-207. Determent of assaults by notifying quests of employee protections.

Beginning January 1. 2019. each hotel and hostel shall place a sign on the inside of each guest room door, written in a font size of no less than 14 points, that includes (i) the following heading: City Law Protects Hotel and Hostel Housekeepers and Other Employees from Violent Assault and Sexual Harassment : fii) a reference to chapter 62. article VI of this Code: and fiii) a notice informing guests that the hotel or hostel is providing panic buttons or notification devices to its housekeepers, room servers, and other employees assigned to work in guest rooms or restrooms without other employees present, in compliance with this article. Sec. 62-208. Enforcement; Penalties: Rights of violators.

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(a) Enforcement. The code compliance department shall enforce this article. This shall not preclude other law enforcement agencies from any action to assure compliance with this article and all applicable laws. If a violation of this section is observed, the enforcement officer will be authorized to issue a notice of violation. The notice shall inform the violator of the nature of the violation, amount of fine for which the violator is liable, instructions and due date for paving the fine, that the violation may be appealed by requesting an administrative hearing before a special master within ten days after service of the notice of violation, and that the failure to appeal the violation within ten

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days of service shall constitute an admission of the violation and a waiver of the right to a hearing.

(b) Penalties: fines. The following civil fines shall be imposed for violations of this Article: (1) If the violation is the first offense, a person shall receive a written warning: (2) If the violation is the second violation within the preceding six months, a person shall receive a civil fine of 500.00: (3) If the violation is the third violation within the preceding six months, a person shall receive a civil fine of 1,000.00: and
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(4 If the violation is the fourth or subsequent violation within the preceding six months, a person shall receive a civil fine of 2,000.00.

fc) Rights of violators; payment of fine; right to appear: failure to pay civil fine or to appeal: appeals from decisions of the special master. (1) A violator who has been served with a notice of violation must elect to either:

a.
Pay the civil fine in the manner indicated on the notice of violation: or

b.
Reguest an administrative hearing before a special master to appeal the notice of violation, which must be requested within ten days of the service of the notice of violation.

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(2) The procedures for appeal by administrative hearing of the notice of violation shall be as set forth in sections 30-72 and 30-73 of this Code. A request for the administrative hearing must be accompanied by a fee as approved by a resolution of the city commission, which shall be refunded if the named violator prevails in the appeal.

(3) If the named violator, after issuance of the notice of violation, fails to pay the civil fine, or fails to timely request an administrative hearing before a special master, the special master may be informed of such failure by the code enforcement officer. The failure of the named violator to appeal the decision of the code enforcement officer within the prescribed time period shall constitute a waiver of the violator's right to an administrative hearing before the special master, and shall be treated as an admission of the violation, for which fines and penalties shall be assessed accordingly.
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(4) A certified copy of an order imposing a fine may be recorded in the public records, and thereafter shall constitute a lien upon any real or personal property owned by the violator, which may be enforced in the

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same manner as a court judgment by the sheriffs of this state, including levy against the violator's real or personal property, but shall not be deemed to be a court judgment except for enforcement purposes. On or after the 61st day following the recording of any such lien that remains unpaid, the city may foreclose or otherwise execute upon the lien.

(5) Any party aggrieved by a decision of a special master may appeal that decision to a court of competent jurisdiction.

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(6) The special master shall be prohibited from hearing the merits of the notice of violation or considering the timeliness of a request for an administrative hearing if the violator has failed to request an administrative hearing within ten days of the service of the notice of violation.

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(7) The special master shall not have discretion to alter the penalties prescribed in subsection (c)(1) herein.

SECTION 2. REPEALER. All ordinances or parts of ordinances in conflict herewith are hereby repealed.

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SECTION 3. SEVERABILITY. If any section, subsection, clause or provision of this Ordinance is held invalid, the

remainder shall not be affected by such invalidity.

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SECTION 4. CODIFICATION. It is the intention of the Mayor and City Commission of the City of Miami Beach, and it is

hereby ordained that the provisions of this Ordinance shall become and be made part of the Code of the City of Miami Beach, Florida. The sections of this Ordinance may be renumbered or relettered to accomplish such intention, and the word ordinance may be changed to section, article, or other appropriate word. SECTION 5. EFFECTIVE DATE. This Ordinance shall take effect on the 1st day of January, 2019. PASSED AND ADOPTED this day of , 2018. ATTEST: Dan Gelber, Mayor

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Rafael E. Granado, City Clerk

APPROVED AS TO Underline denotes additions FORM LANGUAGE Strike through denotes deletions FOR EXECUTION

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Resolutions - R7 A COMMISSION MEMORANDUM TO: Honorable Mayor and Members of the City Commission FROM: Jimmy L. Morales, City Manager DATE: June 27, 2018 5:01 p.m. Public Hearing
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SUBJECT: A RESOLUTION OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, APPROVING, BY 5/7TH VOTE, AND FOLLOWING A DULY NOTICED PUBLIC HEARING, THE NAMING OF THE BALLROOMS WITHIN THE MIAMI BEACH CONVENTION CENTER AS FOLLOWS: THE GRAND BALLROOM AS THE GRAND BALLROOM, THE BALLROOM IN FRONT OF HALL A AS OCEAN DRIVE ROOM, THE BALLROOM IN FRONT OF HALL D AS LINCOLN ROAD ROOM, THE SPECIALTY SPACE BALLROOM AS SUNSET VISTA SALON, AND THE JUNIOR BALLROOM/LEVEL 2 AS ART DECO ROOM.

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RECOMMENDATION The Administration strongly recommends that the Mayor and City Commission approve the naming of the Miami Beach Convention Center Ballrooms as follows: The Grand Ballroom to be named the Grand Ballroom, the ballroom in front of Hall A to be named Ocean Drive Room, the ballroom in front of Hall D to be named Lincoln Road Room, the specialty space ballroom to be named Sunset Vista Salon, the junior ballroom/Level 2 to be named Art Deco Room.

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ANALYSIS During the March 7, 2019 City Commission Meeting, Agenda Item C41 (Naming of ballroom facilities in the Miami Beach Convention Center) was referred to the NCAC.

During the March 21, 2018 NCAC meeting, the following referred proposed ballroom names were presented as developed by a collaborative team, including the Greater Miami Visitor and Convention Bureau ( GMCVB ), Spectra Management, JLL Consulting Services, and City staff for the five (5) Convention Center ballrooms:
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Ocean Drive Room (in front of Hall A) 2. Lincoln Road Room (in front of Hall D) 3. Sunset Vista Salon (Specialty Space) 4. Carl Fisher Grand Ballroom (Grand Ballroom) 5. Collaboration Corner (Junior Ballroom/Level 2)

NCAC recommended all names, except Collaboration Corner, to the full Commission for approval and requested that staff present alternative names for Collaboration Corner at the same Commission meeting. At the April 11, 2019 City Commission meeting, staff recommendations for Collaboration Corner Page 47 of 107

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included: 1. Collins Collaborations Corner 2. Banyan Ballroom 3. Mangrove Corner 4. Mangrove Shade 5. Espanola Way Room 6. Art Deco Room 7. Star Island Room

During the discussion, the Mayor and Commission considered modifying the name Carl Fisher Grand Ballroom to simply Grand Ballroom.

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Also, alternative names were recommended and discussed for Collaboration Corner, including: Art Deco Corner and Collins Corner.

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Specific names not previously recommended by NCAC must first go back to NCAC for a recommendation by the Committee before being re-presented to the Commission. However, ultimately, the recommended names need to be approved by a 5/7 vote of the Mayor and Commission at a public hearing to be set in conjunction with the acceptance of NCAC s recommended names. To avoid having to go back and forth between NCAC and the City Commission multiple times, the Administration strongly recommended that the Commission develop consensus on all five ballroom names at the April 25, 2018 Commission Meeting.

On April 25, 2018 City Commission, the Commission accepted the NCAC recommendations as to Ocean Drive Room, Lincoln Road Room, and Sunset Vista Salon. The Commission also recommended Grand Ballroom for the grand ballroom space. The Commission also recommended Art Deco Room as the name for the previously suggested Collaboration Corner junior ballroom. The names Grand Ballroom and Art Deco Room were referred to the Neighborhood/Community Affairs Committee. On May 22, 2018, the Neighborhood/Community Affairs Committee approved the recommendation of naming the grand ballroom Grand Ballroom and the junior ballroom/level 2 Art Deco Room to the City Commission on June 6, 2018. At the June 6, 2018 City Commission meeting, Resolution 2018-30342 was adopted setting a public hearing for June 27, 2018 to consider the proposed naming of the Miami Beach Convention Center Ballrooms as follows: The grand ballroom to be named the Grand Ballroom, the ballroom in front of Hall A to be named Ocean Drive Room, the ballroom in Front of Hall D to be named Lincoln Road Room, , the specialty space ballroom to be named Sunset Vista Salon, the junior ballroom/Level 2 to be named Art Deco Room.
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CONCLUSION The Administration recommends approval.

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ATTACHMENTS: Description PH Reso MBCC Ballroom Names - Form Approved

Page 49 of 107 RESOLUTION NO. A RESOLUTION OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, APPROVING, BY 517TH VOTE, AND FOLLOWING A DULY NOTICED PUBLIC HEARING, THE NAMING OF THE BALLROOMS WITHIN THE MIAMI BEACH CONVENTION CENTER AS FOLLOWS: THE GRAND BALLROOM AS THE GRAND BALLROOM, THE BALLROOM IN FRONT OF HALL A AS OCEAN DRIVE ROOM, THE BALLROOM IN FRONT OF HALL D AS LINCOLN ROAD ROOM, THE SPECIALTY SPACE BALLROOM AS SUNSET VISTA SALON, AND THE JUNIOR BALLROOM/LEVEL 2 AS ART DECO ROOM.
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WHEREAS, during the March 7, 2018 City Commission Meeting, Agenda Item C41 (Naming of ballroom facilities in the Miami Beach Convention Center) was referred to the Neighborhood/Community Affairs Committee ( NCAC ); and

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WHEREAS, during the March 21, 2018 NCAC meeting, the following referred proposed ballroom names were presented as developed by a collaborative team, including the Greater Miami Visitor and Convention Bureau ( GMCVB ), Spectra Management, JLL Consulting Services and City staff for the five (5) Convention Center ballrooms:

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Ocean Drive Room (in front of Hall A) 2. Lincoln Road Room (in front of Hall D) 3. Sunset Vista Salon (Specialty Space) 4. Carl Fisher Grand Ballroom (Grand Ballroom) 5. Collaboration Corner (Junior Ballroom/Level 2)

The NCAC recommended all names, except Collaboration Corner, to the full Commission for approval and requested that staff present alternative names for Collaboration Corner at the same Commission meeting; and

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WHEREAS, during the April 11, 2019 City Commission meeting, staff recommendations for Collaboration Corner included:

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1.
Collins Collaborations Corner 2. Banyan Ballroom 3. Mangrove Corner 4. Mangrove Shade 5. Espanola Way Room 6. Art Deco Room 7. Star Island Room

During the discussion, the Mayor and City Commission considered modifying the name Carl Fisher Grand Ballroom to simply Grand Ballroom. Also, alternative names were recommended and discussed for Collaboration Corner, including: Art Deco Corner and Collins Corner. The matter was deferred to the April 25, 2018 City Commission meeting for further discussion; and Page 50 of 107 WHEREAS, at its April 25, 2018 meeting, the City Commission expressed consensus as to the name Ocean Drive Room (ballroom in front of Hall A), Lincoln Road Room (ballroom in front of Hall D), Sunset Vista Salon (specialty space), Grand Ballroom for the grand ballroom space, and Art Deco Room as the name for the previously suggested Collaboration Corner junior ballroom/Level 2. The names Grand Ballroom and Art Deco Room were referred to the NCAC; and WHEREAS, at its meeting on May 22, 2018, the NCAC recommended in favor of naming the grand ballroom as the Grand Ballroom and the junior ballroom/level 2 as the Art Deco Room ; and

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WHEREAS, at the June 6, 2018 City Commission meeting, the City Commission passed Resolution No. 2018-30342 which accepted the recommendations of the NCAC at its March 21, 2018 and May 22, 2018 meetings and, pursuant to Section 82-503 of the City Code, set a public hearing for June 27, 2018 to consider the proposed naming of the Miami Beach Convention Center ballrooms as follows: the grand ballroom to be named the Grand Ballroom, the ballroom in front of Hall A to be named Ocean Drive Room, the ballroom in front of Hall D to be named Lincoln Road Room, the specialty space ballroom to be named Sunset Vista Salon, and the junior ballroom/Level 2 to be named Art Deco Room.

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT DULY RESOLVED BY THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, that the Mayor and City Commission hereby approve, by 5/7th vote, and following a duly noticed public hearing, the naming of the ballrooms within the Miami Beach Convention Center as follows: the grand ballroom as the Grand Ballroom, the ballroom in front of Hall A as Ocean Drive Room, the ballroom in front of Hall D as Lincoln Road Room, the specialty space ballroom as Sunset Vista Salon, and the junior ballroom/Level 2 as Art Deco Room. PASSED and ADOPTED this day of , 2018. ATTEST: DAN GELBER, MAYOR
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RAFAEL E. GRANADO, CITY CLERK

APPROVED AS TO FORM LANGUAGE FOR E1XECUTION 4..../ 1 It (1 i City Attorney Dote Page 51 of 107 Resolutions - R7 B COMMISSION MEMORANDUM TO: Honorable Mayor and Members of the City Commission FROM: Jimmy L. Morales, City Manager DATE: June 27, 2018 5:02 p.m. Public Hearing

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SUBJECT: A RESOLUTION OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, APPROVING, BY 5/7TH VOTE, AND FOLLOWING A DULY NOTICED PUBLIC HEARING, THE NAMING OF THE CLUBHOUSE STRUCTURE LOCATED IN THE PARK TO THE NORTH OF THE MIAMI BEACH CONVENTION CENTER AS THE CARL FISHER CLUBHOUSE.

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RECOMMENDATION The Administration approve, pursuant to Section 82-503(a) of the City Code and following a duly noticed public hearing, the renaming of the clubhouse structure located in the park to the north of the Miami Beach Convention Center the Carl Fisher Clubhouse.

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ANALYSIS As the renovation of Miami Beach Convention Center nears completion, there is an opportunity to name the clubhouse located adjacent to the previously existing 21st Street Community Center (also known locally as Miami Beach Municipal Golf Clubhouse, and Carl Fisher Clubhouse).

The clubhouse, completed in 1916, is one of the oldest structures still standing in Miami Beach, and was constructed by Carl Fisher as the clubhouse for one of his three golf courses. The Greater Miami Convention Center and City staff collaborated on suggested names for the clubhouse. 1. The Clubhouse, 2. The Old Clubhouse, and 3. The Historic Clubhouse On May 16, 2018 City Commission Meeting Agenda Item C4 AK - Discussion Regarding Naming for the clubhouse was referred to the May 22, 2018 Neighborhood/Community Affairs ( NCAC ) Committee. During the May 22, 2018 NCAC meeting, NCAC recommended that the City Commission Name the clubhouse the Carl Fisher Clubhouse. During the June 6, 2018 City Commission meeting, the Commission set the public hearing for June 27, 2018 to consider the proposed naming the clubhouse structure located in the park to the north of the Miami Beach Convention Center the Carl Fisher Clubhouse. Page 52 of 107
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CONCLUSION The Administration recommends the approval pursuant to Section 82-503(a) of the City Code and following a duly noticed public hearing and a 5/7th vote, the renaming of the clubhouse structure located in the park to the north of the Miami Beach Convention Center the Carl Fisher Clubhouse.

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ATTACHMENTS: Description PH Reso Carl Fisher Clubhouse - Form Approved

Page 53 of 107 RESOLUTION NO. A RESOLUTION OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, APPROVING, BY 5/7TH VOTE, AND FOLLOWING A DULY NOTICED PUBLIC HEARING, THE NAMING OF THE CLUBHOUSE STRUCTURE LOCATED IN THE PARK TO THE NORTH OF THE MIAMI BEACH CONVENTION CENTER AS THE CARL FISHER CLUBHOUSE.
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WHEREAS, as the renovation of Miami Beach Convention Center nears completion, there is an immediate opportunity to rename the park to the north of the Convention Center, the main park to the east of the Convention Center, and the clubhouse located adjacent to the 21st Street Street Community Center (also currently known as the Carl Fisher Clubhouse or the Miami Beach Municipal Golf Clubhouse) to reflect the spirit of the new Miami Beach Convention Center; and

WHEREAS, the clubhouse, completed in 1916, is one of the oldest structures still standing in Miami Beach, and was constructed by Carl Fisher as the clubhouse for one of the City's three golf courses; and WHEREAS, the Greater Miami Convention and Visitor Bureau ( GMCVB) and City staff have collaborated on suggested names for the parks and clubhouse; and The suggested names for the Main Convention Center Park were: 1. Convention Center Park, and 2. City Center Park; The suggested names for the Northern Park were: 1. Clubhouse Park, 2. Tree of Life Park, 3. Great Fichus Park, and 4. North Convention Center Park The suggested names for the Twenty-First Street Community Clubhouse were 1. The Clubhouse, 2. The Old Clubhouse, and 3. The Historic Clubhouse; and
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WHEREAS, on the May 16, 2018 City Commission Meeting Agenda, Item C4 AK (Discussion Regarding Naming for the New Park to the North of the Convention Center; the main Convention Center park; and the Clubhouse) was referred to the May 22, 2018 Neighborhood/Community Affairs Committee ( NCAC ); and

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WHEREAS, during the May 22, 2018 NCAC meeting, the proposed names were presented, with the exception of Tree of Life Park, which was withdrawn by the City Administration due to counsel from the City Attorney that the name would require a referendum; and

Page 54 of 107 DAN GELBER, MAYOR APPROVED AS TO FORM LANGUAGE FOR TECUTION City Att WHEREAS, the NCAC recommended that the names for the main Convention Center park and the names for the northern park be submitted to the City of Miami Beach Commission For Women for its input and recommendations; and
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WHEREAS, during its discussion, the NCAC also recommended that the City Commission name the clubhouse the Carl Fisher Clubhouse, which is a current name for the facility; and

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WHEREAS, at the June 6, 2018 City Commission meeting, the City Commission passed Resolution No. 2018-30343, which accepted the recommendation of the NCAC, at its May 22, 2018 meeting, to name the clubhouse structure located in the park to the north of the Miami Beach Convention Center as the Carl Fisher Clubhouse and, pursuant to Section 82-503 of the City Code, set a public hearing for June 27, 2018 to consider the proposed naming.

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT DULY RESOLVED BY THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, that the Mayor and City Commission hereby approve, by 5/7th vote, and following a duly noticed public hearing, the naming of the clubhouse structure located in the park to the north of the Miami Beach Convention Center as the Carl Fisher Clubhouse. PASSED and ADOPTED this day of , 2018. ATTEST:
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RAFAEL E. GRANADO, CITY CLERK

Page 55 of 107 Resolutions - R7 C COMMISSION MEMORANDUM TO: Honorable Mayor and Members of the City Commission FROM: Jimmy L. Morales, City Manager DATE: June 27, 2018 5:03 p.m. Public Hearing

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SUBJECT: A RESOLUTION OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, ADOPTING THE THIRD AMENDMENT TO THE GENERAL FUND, ENTERPRISE FUND, INTERNAL SERVICE FUND, AND SPECIAL REVENUE FUND BUDGETS FOR FISCAL YEAR (FY) 2017/18.

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RECOMMENDATION OBPI is requesting that this item be opened and continued to the July 2, 2018 Commission Meeting at 9:31 a.m.

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SUBJECT: A RESOLUTION OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, ADOPTING THE SIXTH AMENDMENT TO THE CAPITAL BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 2017/18, AS SET FORTH IN ATTACHMENTS A (SOURCE OF FUNDS), ATTACHMENT B (PROGRAMS), AND ATTACHMENT C (PROJECTS).

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RECOMMENDATION OBPI is requesting that this item be opened and continued to the July 2, 2018 Commission Meeting at 9:32 a.m..

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SUBJECT: A RESOLUTION OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, APPROVING AND AUTHORIZING THE CREATION OF A HOST COMMITTEE TO RAISE FUNDS FOR A GRAND OPENING GALA AND A CONCURRENT COMMUNITY OPEN HOUSE IN CELEBRATION OF THE NEWLY RENOVATED MIAMI BEACH CONVENTION CENTER, TO TAKE PLACE IN EARLY 2019, AUTHORIZING THE ACCEPTANCE OF DONATIONS MADE TO THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH; AND AUTHORIZING THE CITY MANAGER, OR HIS DESIGNEE, SUBJECT TO BUDGET APPROPRIATION, TO MAKE SUCH EXPENDITURES AND/OR REIMBURSEMENTS FROM THE AFOREMENTIONED DONATIONS IN FURTHERANCE OF, AND CONSISTENT WITH, THE HOSTING OF A GRAND OPENING GALA AND COMMUNITY OPEN HOUSE.

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SUBJECT: A RESOLUTION OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, APPROVING A LIMITED EXCEPTION TO SECTION 6(C) OF THE THIRD AMENDED AND RESTATED RULES AND REGULATIONS FOR BEACHFRONT CONCESSION OPERATIONS (PROHIBITING NEW APPLICATIONS FOR MOBILE COOKING/HEATING CONCESSION FACILITIES), AND APPROVING AND AUTHORIZING THE CITY MANAGER TO EXECUTE TEMPORARY LETTER AGREEMENTS WITH THOSE INTERESTED PRIVATE UPLAND PROPERTY OWNERS (CONCESSIONAIRES), LOCATED IMMEDIATELY WESTWARD OF THE BEACHFRONT, FOR A SIX MONTH PILOT PROGRAM IN ORDER TO EVALUATE THE MANAGEMENT AND OPERATION OF NO MORE THAN ONE (1) MOBILE COOKING/HEATING CONCESSION FACILITY, WHICH WILL BE LOCATED SEAWARD OF THE UPLAND PROPERTY; AND SHOULD THE ADMINISTRATION DETERMINE THAT THE PILOT PROGRAM WAS SUCCESSFUL, AUTHORIZING THE ADMINISTRATION TO SUBMIT PROPOSED MODIFICATIONS TO THE RULES AND REGULATIONS GOVERNING THE UTILIZATION OF MOBILE COOKING/HEATING CONCESSION FACILITIES AS PART OF THE BEACHFRONT CONCESSION AGREEMENTS ISSUED ANNUALLY TO THE UPLAND PROPERTY OWNERS.

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ATTACHMENTS: Description Memorandum - Supplemental Draft Agreement - Supplemental Resolution - Supplemental

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New Business and Commission Requests - R9 A

COMMISSION MEMORANDUM TO: Honorable Mayor and Members of the City Commission FROM: Commissioner Michael Gongora DATE: June 27, 2018 SUBJECT: INTRODUCTION OF THE NEWLY ELECTED DISTRICT 5 MIAMI-DADE COUNTY COMMISSIONER EILEEN HIGGINS. Legislative Tracking Commissioner Michael Gongora Page 67 of 107

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New Business and Commission Requests - R9 B

COMMISSION MEMORANDUM TO: Honorable Mayor and Members of the City Commission FROM: Jimmy L. Morales, City Manager DATE: June 27, 2018

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SUBJECT: DISCUSS THE PRELIMINARY DESIGN PLANS AND REPORT BY DOVER KOHL FOR THE FUTURE USE OF THE NORTH BEACH WEST LOTS.

RECOMMENDATION Administration is seeking direction and input from the City Commission on the design plans and recommendations by Dover, Kohl, Partners for the future use of the North Beach West Lots. BACKGROUND The City-owned property known as the West Lots consists of 8 city blocks of land located on the West side of Collins Avenue, directly across the street from the North Shore Open Space Park. Currently, four of the blocks are developed as off-street parking, two blocks are vacant, and one block is being temporarily used by Ocean Rescue for their headquarters, and one block is being utilized by the Parking Department. The North Beach Master plan identified the West Lots as highly potential spaces for future mixed-use development. It is believed that the development of these lots have the opportunity to add additional recreational/civic spaces as well as retail and dining options to the neighboring community. The master plan suggested two scenarios for potential development: 1) Mid-rise and residential development on four of the eight lots to be considered for public/private partnerships, with the remaining four lots to remain available for civic uses; 2) primarily public uses such a hotel, various active public and civic spaces along with a parking structure. Both of these scenarios were included in the adopted North Beach Master Plan. A resolution was passed at the December 13, 2017 City Commission meeting authorizing the City to hire and retain Dover, Kohl, Partners, the principle designers for the North Beach Master Plan, to develop a conceptual design plan for the future development of the West Lots. The City entered into an agreement with the agency in April 2018.
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ANALYSIS At the December 13, 2017 Commission meeting, a resolution was adopted authorizing the City to retain Dover, Kohl, Partners (DKP) to analyze and develop a design plan for the future use of the eight vacant West Lots. The baseline for this analysis came from the recommendations and ideas put forth from the North Beach Master Plan. The plan identified the West Lots as potential catalytic development sites that could increase economic opportunity and neighborhood vibrancy.

Beginning the week of April 30, DKP hosted a series of community charrettes and meetings to inform this conceptual design plan. At the public ideas kick-off session on Monday, April 30, 2018 Dover Page 68 of 107 Kohl led participants in an interactive exercise that allowed residents to provide input on how they would like to see the West Lots developed. Following the kick-off session, Dover Kohl held open studio hours at the Miami Beach Rowing Center on Tuesday, May 1, 2018 and Wednesday, May 2, 2018, allowing for community members to provide input on the West Lots and feedback to potential usage ideas. A public share out session was hosted on Thursday, May 3, 2018 where members of Dover Kohl provided a summary of ideas and concepts that were generated from the weeks public meetings. Additionally, DKP had individual meetings with the Commissioners to solicit feedback and ideas to integrate within the design plans.
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A
parallel recommendation was also developed by DKP in regards to potential placement and usage for the Log Cabin. This was reviewed and discussed at the May 18, 2018 Finance and Citywide Projects Committee, with Committee direction to place the Log Cabin in the North Shore Oceanside Park and to restore the Log Cabin for a mixed used community center to operate as a caf or concession. This resolution was passed at the June 6, 2018 Commission agenda for approval.

On June 6, 2018, Jason King from Dover, Kohl Partners presented the initial findings and ideas to the Commission. Jason reviewed the feedback generated from the public forums and the overall consensus for resiliency, temporary structures, and creating an active space for the passive park across the street (North Shore Oceanside Park). The Commission directed Staff and DKP to further analyze parking and the increase need for parking within the West Lots. Commission also directed DKP to run a cost analysis on the development of these vacant lots and the economic impact both to the City and the North Beach community. The Commission requested that Dover, Kohl, Partners finalize their recommendations and present at the June 27, 2018 City Commission meeting. CONCLUSION Administration seeks further direction on the recommendations by Dover, Kohl, Partners for the future use of the North Beach West Lots. Legislative Tracking Tourism, Culture and Economic Development
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ATTACHMENTS: Description PowerPoint - Supplemental

Page 69 of 107 WEST LOTS NORTH B EACH A C O M M U N I T Y I N P U T D I S C U S S I O N Page 70 of 107 West Lots are eight city-owned lots (half-blocks) between 79th 87th Street on Collins across from North Beach Oceanside Park

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WHAT ARE WEST

LOTS? Page 71 of 107

APRIL 30 TO MAY 3, 2018: PUBLIC WORKSHOP

75+ attendees Page 72 of 107

W H AT W E H E A R D : A T O P 5 1) Grow with consensus in ways that enhance North Beach s uniqueness. 2) Provide active uses to support the passive park.
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What s the big idea for West Lots? North Beach Oceanside Park.

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3) Higher-height (if needed) and revenue-generating uses, on edges.

4) Showcase resilience and sustainability 5) Don t lose parking but improve transit access Page 73 of 107 Provide active uses to support the passive park. Splash Pad Market Hall

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Other temporary uses which could become permanent (if they are popular)

Botanical Gardens Outdoor Dining Art Space Eco Hotel Bike shop/coffee shops Tulleries in Paris Monstrum art/play parks Page 74 of 107 Showcase resilience Resilience labs
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Other temporary uses which could become permanent (if they are popular)

Innovation Campus Stormwater Bio-Park in Atlanta Water Square in Rotterdam Page 75 of 107 WHAT WE HEARD: THE VIEW FROM THE BEACH Page 76 of 107 TALL TALL LOW WHAT WE HEARD: THE VIEW FROM THE BEACH Page 77 of 107 ACTIVE USES FOR THE PASSIVE PARK Low-impact, active, civic/social uses which compliment the passive park on the mid-blocks. WHAT WE HEARD: ACTIVE USES FOR THE PASSIVE PARK Page 78 of 107
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?WHAT WE HEARD: TALLER NEAR THE EXISTING CENTERS

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NORTH SHORE HISTORIC DISTRICT A LTO S D E L M A R H I S TOR I C D I S T R IC T
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WHAT WE HEARD:

EVERYTHING MUST RESPECT THE HISTORIC DISTRICTS Page 80 of 107 OVERALL MAP Page 81 of 107 Collins Avenue OVERALL ECONOMIC ANALYSIS SUMMARY General A SS UMP TIO NS City will issue an RFP for any parcel with commercial viability RFP will provide any constraints for social mission, as needed Results do not include capital stack or financing Ground leases set at 6-7.5 of estimated or appraised land value NOI for ground lease calculation based on private sector NOI only Land value uses a discount rate between 8-15 , depending on use and risk Until final sizing, costs and other factors that are currently unknown are determined, ground leases reflect industry knowledge and judgment, but will swing widely in value should key inputs change Assumed lease rates are net to the developer. rates paid by users would be the developers rate plus ground lease plus expenses passed through (insurance, taxes, utilities and CAM)
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The financial and economic analysis evaluates cashflow generation potential for the lots as developed in concert with the city and public. With

the exception of Lot 8 (the Teen and Technology Center), the land values and associated potential ground lease values reflect the net present value of the cashflows, not appraised values *The analysis is not final, additional validation is required to finalize the figures. Total Value Created in Private Sector: 33,840,000 Total Investment in Public Sector: 26,170,000 Page 82 of 107 LOT 1 Parking Garage Cafe Collins Avenue Cafes restaurants

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th st Parking garage Local shops

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st Page 83 of 107 LOT 1 Parking Garage Cafe Lot Data Economic Projection KEY A S S UM PT IO NS L AN D USE TYPES L OT 1
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retail mixed use 20,240

Caf restaurants 20240 Market hall Bikeshop coffeeshop Bohemian Artist local food village Concessions Rentals Retail entertainment 30000
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Community Technology eco-sustainability Center

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Community Teen Center

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Public restroom and other amenities 1,000

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Open Space 3,335

Vertical Farm Eco-Laboratory Tropical gardens Innovation Campus

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Parking SF 105,600

Parking Units 260 eco - hotel Lot Area 46680 Total Open Space (sq ft) 3335 Total Building Square Footage 156,840 Open space percentage 7

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- City issues an RFP for identified uses for a fee developer for the parking garage and developer owner for wrapped uses

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- City retains parking structure and operations; private developer leases land for wrapped uses from city

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- Parking assumptions are stalls * 365 days * 24 hours/day * 1 hour * 50 utilization

Value Created in Private Sector: 6,530,000 Investment in Public Sector: 10,330,000 Page 84 of 107 Collins Avenue LOT 2 Eco-Park Active recreation Stormwater detention pond Parking Outdoor Gym Picnic Park Page 85 of 107 Lot Data Economic Projection KEY A S S UM PT IO NS
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- Non-revenue use. Event uses not calculated.

- City develops and maintains. LOT 2 Eco-Park Active recreation L AN D USE TYPES L OT 2

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retail mixed use -

Caf restaurants Market hall Bikeshop coffeeshop Bohemian Artist local food village Concessions Rentals

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Community Technology eco-sustainability Center

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Community Teen Center

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Public restroom and other amenities 500

Open Space 45514 Vertical Farm Eco-Laboratory Tropical gardens Innovation Campus Lot Area 46014 Total Open Space (sq ft) 45514 Total Building Square Footage 500 Open space percentage 99 Value Created in Private Sector: - Investment in Public Sector: 1,260,000 Page 86 of 107 Collins Avenue

Tagged Passions:investment and agriculture

LOT 3 North Beach Yard Parking

Bar Food truck Ship container retail Outdoor Seating Page 87 of 107 Collins Avenue LOT 4 Water Square Parking
Tagged Passions:Utility, utility, transportation, beach, food trucks, parking, and water

Water retention pond

Laboratory
Tagged Passions:Utility, utility, and water

Main Entry Path with seating and lighting

Boardwalk Page 88 of 107 Lot Data Economic Projection KEY A S S UM PT IO NS

- Non-revenue use. Event uses not calculated.

- City develops and maintains. L AN D USE TYPES L OT 4

Tagged Passions:events

retail mixed use -

Caf restaurants Market hall

Tagged Passions:restaurants and market

Bikeshop coffeeshop 0

Bohemian Artist local food village Concessions Rentals

Tagged Passions:rental

Community Technology eco-sustainability Center

Tagged Passions:Technology, sustainability, and technology

Community Teen Center

No additional detail provided

Public restroom and other amenities

No additional detail provided

Open Space 46,848

Vertical Farm Eco-Laboratory 1800 Tropical gardens Innovation Campus Lot Area 48648 Total Open Space (sq ft) 46848 Total Building Square Footage 1,800 Open space percentage 96 LOT 4 Water Square Value Created in Private Sector: - Investment in Public Sector: 1,640,000 Page 89 of 107 Collins Avenue LOT 5 Eco-hotel City Market Outdoor Art Space Market Hall Parking Eco Hotel Dining Bikeshop Coffee Shop Market Hall Dining Rooftop Weddings Picnic Park Page 90 of 107 Lot Data Economic Projection KEY A S S UM PT IO NS

Tagged Passions:Utility, utility, investment, arts, hotel, agriculture, market, parking, and water

- City issues an RFP to develop a hotel; likely separate RFP for food hall

Tagged Passions:RFP, rfp, and hotel

- Assumed to be sold for NPV of uses proposed - Because hotel is very small (25 rooms) and development

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:development, hotel, and Development

intensity low, land value is low. A larger hotel (possibly including coffee and bike retail) would increase land value

Tagged Passions:Bicycles, hotel, and bicycles

- Hotel operations based on 29 rooms * 365 days * 225/night * 75 occ; rooms expense and G A estimated at 50 of achieved revenue

L AN D USE TYPES L OT 5
Tagged Passions:hotel

retail mixed use 14,870

Caf restaurants Market hall 8890 Bikeshop coffeeshop 5980 Bohemian Artist local food village Concessions Rentals
Tagged Passions:restaurants, rental, and market

Community Technology eco-sustainability Center

Tagged Passions:Technology, sustainability, and technology

Community Teen Center

No additional detail provided

Public restroom and other amenities

Open Space 32148 Vertical Farm Eco-Laboratory Tropical gardens Innovation Campus

Tagged Passions:agriculture

eco - hotel 8,590

Lot Area 45738 Total Open Space (sq ft) 32148 Total Building Square Footage 23,460 Open space percentage 70 LOT 5 Eco-hotel City Market Value Created in Private Sector: 6,910,000
Tagged Passions:hotel and market

Investment in Public Sector: -

Page 91 of 107 Parking Playground Splashpad Botanical Garden Tropical Gardens

Tagged Passions:investment and parking

LOT 6 Tropical Gardens Playground

Collins Avenue Innovation Campus Concessions rentals: water, souvenirs, kayaks boards Page 92 of 107 Lot Data Economic Projection KEY A S S UM PT IO NS L AN D USE TYPES L OT 6

Tagged Passions:Utility, utility, parks, rental, boating, and water

retail mixed use 1,575

Caf restaurants Market hall Bikeshop coffeeshop Bohemian Artist local food village Concessions Rentals 1575
Tagged Passions:restaurants, rental, and market

Community Technology eco-sustainability Center

Tagged Passions:Technology, sustainability, and technology

Community Teen Center

No additional detail provided

Public restroom and other amenities

Open Space 34094 Vertical Farm Eco-Laboratory Tropical gardens 9100 Innovation Campus 1575 Lot Area 46344 Total Open Space (sq ft) 43194 Total Building Square Footage 12,250 Open space percentage 93

Tagged Passions:agriculture

LOT 6 Tropical Gardens Playground

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:parks

- City issues an RFP for identified uses for a fee developer. - City retains land and building ownership. Leases buildings to

operators for below market rates (as close to market as possible)
Tagged Passions:leasing, RFP, rfp, rates, and market

- Concessions building may pay highest rents, innovation center may as well. Tropical garden is highly specialized, may need subsidy for feasibility.

Value Created in Private Sector: - Investment in Public Sector: 5,530,000 Page 93 of 107 Parking LOT 7 Bohemian Village Collins Avenue Lawn Event hall Artist local food village
Tagged Passions:investment, events, and parking

8
5

th st Fire pit seating Parking Surf shop Artist local food village 86th st Page 94 of 107 Lot Data Economic Projection KEY A S S UM PT IO NS L AN D USE TYPES L OT 7
Tagged Passions:parking

retail mixed use 7,416

Caf restaurants Market hall Bikeshop coffeeshop Bohemian Artist local food village 7416 Concessions Rentals
Tagged Passions:restaurants, rental, and market

Community Technology eco-sustainability Center

Tagged Passions:Technology, sustainability, and technology

Community Teen Center

No additional detail provided

Public restroom and other amenities

Open Space 39880 Vertical Farm Eco-Laboratory Tropical gardens Innovation Campus eco - hotel Lot Area 47296 Total Open Space (sq ft) 39880 Total Building Square Footage 7,416 Open space percentage 84 LOT 7 Bohemian Village

Tagged Passions:hotel and agriculture

- City issues an RFP for identified uses for a developer/owner - City retains land. Developer owns buildings. Buildings are

leased to operators at market rate. - This parcel doesn't pencil out under likely development costs
Tagged Passions:leasing, property, RFP, rfp, development, market, and Development

or potential rental rates - Will need additional iterations to find a path to viable

financials

Tagged Passions:rental, rates, and finance

- Operations may require city subsidies to be commercially attractive to developers

Value Created in Private Sector: 970,000

Investment in Public Sector: -

Page 95 of 107 Collins Avenue LOT 8 Community Eco-Tech Center Teen Center

Tagged Passions:investment

Community Technology and Eco-sustainability

Labs Center Rain Garden

Tagged Passions:Technology, sustainability, and technology

Community Teen Center

Green Roof Green Roof Page 96 of 107 Collins Avenue LOT 8 Community Eco-Tech Center Teen Center L AN D USE TYPES L OT 8 retail mixed use 123000 Caf restaurants Market hall

Tagged Passions:restaurants and market

Bikeshop coffeeshop 0

Bohemian Artist local food village Concessions Rentals

Tagged Passions:rental

Community Technology eco-sustainability Center 123000

Tagged Passions:Technology, sustainability, and technology

Community Teen Center 20000

No additional detail provided

Public restroom and other amenities

Open Space 18704 Vertical Farm Eco-Laboratory Tropical gardens Innovation Campus Lot Area 46680 Total Open Space (sq ft) 18704 Total Building Square Footage 161,704 Open space percentage 40 Lot Data Economic Projection KEY A S S UM PT IO NS

Tagged Passions:agriculture

-- The city of Miami Beach will own and operate the Community Teen center portion of the development

Tagged Passions:beach, development, and Development

-- To justify development at this scale, market paying tenants are needed for the majority of the space

Value Created in Private Sector: 27,360,000 Investment in Public Sector: 7,420,000 Page 97 of 107 REMEMBER: THE UPCOMING GO BOND MAY BE USED GO(general obligation) bond could be used as a way to finance some of the large scale capital projects. The public sector development in West Lots could be projects considered for the GO bond. the city is considering a referendum on the November ballot to authorize a GO bond The GO bond would likely fund between 300 million and 500 million in projects, the amount and list of projects have yet to be finalized.
Tagged Passions:investment, capital spending, Capital Spending, development, rental, election, bond, market, finance, referendum, and Development

Total Cost of Development in Public Sector: 26,170,000

Page 98 of 107 REMEMBER: VOTER APPROVAL MAY BE NEEDED to rezone from current government / residential district to a mixed-use district Currently GU (Civic Government Use); RM-1 (Residential Multi-family, low-intensity). Requires a ballot item to change.

Tagged Passions:commercial, development, election, zoning, and Development

to increase the Floor Area Ratio (FAR) Current FAR is between 1.25 and 1.4; 3.5 approved for Town Center at 71st

to lease more than 10 years or sell properties THOUGH QUESTIONS REMAIN Page 99 of 107 WEST LOTS NORTH B EACH A C O M M U N I T Y I N P U T D I S C U S S I O N Page 100 of 107
Tagged Passions:leasing

City Attorney Reports - R10 A

COMMISSION MEMORANDUM TO: Honorable Mayor and Members of the City Commission FROM: Raul J. Aguila, City Attorney DATE: June 27, 2018 4:00 p.m. SUBJECT: CLOSED ATTORNEY-CLIENT SESSION: PURSUANT TO 286.011, FLORIDA STATUTES, THE CITY ATTORNEY HEREBY ADVISES THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION THAT HE DESIRES ADVICE CONCERNING THE FOLLOWING PENDING LITIGATION MATTER: CONSOLIDATED CASES NOS. 2015-11069 CA 43 AND 2014-023217 CA 43

Tagged Passions:boards and commissions and legal

CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:legal and court

MURANO GRANDE AT PORTOFINO CONDOMINIUM ASSOCIATION, INC., A FLORIDA NOT-FOR-PROFIT, MURANO GRANDE AT PORTOFINO MASTER ASSOCIATION, INC., A FLORIDA NOT-FOR-PROFIT CORPORATION, AND ICON CONDOMINIUM ASSOCIATION, INC., A FLORIDA NOT-FOR-PROFIT CORPORATION,

PLAINTIFFS,

V.
THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, A MUNICIPAL CORPORATION, MIAMI BEACH REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY, A FLORIDA PUBLIC AGENCY, AND MIAMI BEACH MARINA ASSOCIATES, LTD., A FLORIDA LIMITED PARTNERSHIP,

DEFENDANTS,

Tagged Passions:beach and watershed

MURANO GRANDE AT PORTOFINO CONDOMINIUM ASSOCIATION, INC., A FLORIDA NOT-FOR-PROFIT CORPORATION,

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