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BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS

July 3, 2018 @ 3:30pm

BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS

BOARD MEETING

PALM BEACH COUNTY, FLORIDA

Tagged Passions:beach

ADDITIONS, DELETIONS, SUBSTITUTIONS

JULY 10, 2018

PAGE ITEM

9 2D-1 WAITING FOR BACKUP: Staff recommends motion to receive and file: The updated Board Directive Report which includes in process and completed

board directive items. (Admin)

13 3B-3 WAITING FOR BACKUP: Staff recommends motion to approve: Contracts (regular) and claim settlements list as submitted by various departments to

the Clerk Comptroller s Office. (Clerk)
Tagged Passions:contract and settlement

22 3F-9 WAITING FOR BACKUP: Staff recommends motion to adopt: resolution adopting a standard form Second Amendment to Agreement for Rental Car Lease

and Concession; authorizing the County Administrator or designee to execute the standard form Second Amendment; and becoming effective upon adoption. (Airports)
Tagged Passions:leasing, administrator, rental, and airport

22 3G-2 WAITING FOR BACKUP: Staff recommends motion to approve: negotiated settlement offer in the amount of 11,376 for the full satisfaction of a

code enforcement lien that was entered against Pedro L. Castillo on March 2, 2016. (OFMB)
Tagged Passions:codes enforcement and settlement

25 3H-4 WAITING FOR BACKUP: Staff recommends motion to approve: Change Order No. 2 to Amendment No. 1 with Robling Architecture Construction, Inc.

(R2017-0307) in the amount of 99,892.90 and a 90 day time extension for the Water Utilities Department Central Regional Operations Center (WUD CROC) Building 1 and 10 HVAC Improvements project. (FDO)
Tagged Passions:Utility, utility, construction, and water

26 3H-6 WAITING FOR BACKUP: Staff recommends motion to approve: A) contract with Harvard Jolly Inc. to provide professional architectural/engineering

design, permitting, and construction administration services for a new Aquatic Complex at Lake Lytal Park; and (FDO)
Tagged Passions:services, parks, contract, and construction

26 3H-7 WAITING FOR BACKUP: Staff recommends motion to approve: Consultant Services Authorization (CSA) No. 46 with Colome Associates, Inc. (R2014-

1916) to provide architectural/engineering services for Water Utilities Department Central Regional Operations Center (WUD CROC) Flat Deck Roof Replacements in the amount of 109,811. (FDO)
Tagged Passions:services, Utility, utility, and water

27 3H-8 WAITING FOR BACKUP: Staff recommends motion to approve: Amendment No. 2 to extend the term through July 15, 2020 to the Master Agreement with

AT T Corp. (Construction Master Agreement) (R2013-889) which provides for the development and installation of new communication systems and applications associated with construction projects when integration with AT T provided network services is required. (FDO)
Tagged Passions:services, development, Development, and construction

27 3H-9 WAITING FOR BACKUP: Staff recommends motion to approve: easement in favor of Florida Power Light (FPL) for underground electric utility

facilities and an above ground pad-mounted transformer to service the expansion project within Burt Reynolds Park located in Jupiter. (FDO)
Tagged Passions:Utility, utility, expansion, parks, easement, and electric

27 3H-10 WAITING FOR BACKUP: Staff recommends motion to approve: A) Declaration of Restrictive Covenant over a portion of Bert Winters Park to

satisfy dedication and grant requirements imposed by Florida Inland Navigation District (FIND); and (FDO)
Tagged Passions:parks and grant

28 3H-11 WAITING FOR BACKUP: Staff recommends motion to approve: Second Amendment to Access Easement in favor of Sannlor Properties II, LLC

(Sannlor). (FDO)
Tagged Passions:easement

28 3H-12 NOT IN SYSTEM/WAITING FOR BACKUP: Staff recommends motion to approve: A) budget transfer of 460,000 within the Fire Rescue Improvement Fund

(3700) from Fire Rescue Capital Reserves to Fire Station 19 Remediation and Repairs to fully fund this project; and (FDO)
Tagged Passions:budget and fire departments and districts

37 3U-3 WAITING FOR BACKUP: Staff recommends motion to approve: budget

Tagged Passions:budget

transfer in the amount of 252,142 within the Information Technology Capital Improvements fund to reallocate project expenditure budgets and initiate

a new Information Systems Services (ISS) Capital Project, Renovation of Former 4th Floor Data Center . (ISS)
Tagged Passions:services, budget, capital spending, Capital Spending, Technology, information technology, technology, and Information Technology

37 3U-4 WAITING FOR BACKUP: Staff recommends motion to approve: A) donation of computer equipment (network storage device and network switch) with a

remaining book value of 5,564.01 to the Palm Beach County Law Enforcement Exchange (LEX), Inc., a registered 501 (c) (3) organization; and (ISS)
Tagged Passions:beach, public safety, Donation, equipment, and donation

38 3X-2 WAITING FOR BACKUP: Staff recommends motion to: A) approve contract for Veterinary Services with Crystal Ramsey, DVM, for relief veterinary

services at the main shelter in an amount not to exceed 24,000 for the period July 10, 2018 through July 10, 2019; and (Pub. Safety)
Tagged Passions:services and contract

40 3X-7 WAITING FOR BACKUP: Staff recommends motion to: A) ratify the Mayor s signature of approval for the Sexual Assault Services Formula Grant

Program (SASP) for 173,751 for the first year of an award period from August 1, 2018 through July 31, 2021 to increase availability of victim services for adult, youth, and child victims, expand advocacy services to include collateral victims, and increase awareness and accessibility of victim services within the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) communities; and (Pub. Safety)
Tagged Passions:services, sexual harassment, sexual assault, GayRights, youth, gender, LGBTQ, discrimination, program, and grant

41 3AA-1 WAITING FOR BACKUP: Staff recommends motion to adopt: resolution of the Board of County Commissioners of Palm Beach County (BCC), Florida,

authorizing the execution and submittal of a grant application, standard assurances and grant agreement with the Florida Commission for the Transportation Disadvantaged (CTD), in the amount of 4,271,633 for the Trip Equipment Grant Program (CSFA 55.001) to provide Palm Tran Connection Service (Connection) trips and discounted daily and monthly fixed route passes. This is a unit cost agreement and has an anticipated start date of July 1, 2018 and anticipated end date of June 30, 2019. (Palm Tran)
Tagged Passions:boards and commissions, transportation, beach, equipment, program, and grant

42 3AA-2 WAITING FOR BACKUP: Staff recommends motion to: A) adopt a Resolution of the Board of County Commissioners of Palm Beach County (BCC),

Florida, authorizing the execution and submittal of a grant application, and grant agreement with the Florida Commission for the Transportation Disadvantaged (CTD), in the amount of 49,789 for the Administrative Support Grant Program (CSFA 55.001) to provide funds for operational and planning expenses for the Designated Official Planning Agency. This is a deliverable agreement and has an anticipated start date of July 1, 2018 and anticipated end date of June 30, 2019; and.. (Palm Tran)
Tagged Passions:boards and commissions, transportation, beach, program, funding, grant, and planning

43 3CC-2 WAITING FOR BACKUP: Staff recommends motion to receive and file: Modification 1 to Subgrant Agreement between the City of Miami and the Palm

Beach County Sheriff s Office on behalf of the Palm Beach County Sheriff s Office to extend the grant period from June 30, 2018 through September 30, 2018. (Sheriff)
Tagged Passions:beach, public safety, and grant

44 3CC-3 WAITING FOR BACKUP: Staff recommends motion to receive and file: Modification 3 to Subgrant Agreement between the Division of Emergency

Management and the Palm Beach County Sheriff s Office on behalf of the Palm Beach County Sheriff s Office to extend the grant period from June 30, 2018 through September 30, 2018. (Sheriff)
Tagged Passions:beach, public safety, grant, and emergency

44 3CC-4 WAITING FOR BACKUP: Staff recommends motion to: A) accept on behalf of the Palm Beach County Sheriff s Office a Memorandum of Agreement with

the City of Miami for a FY17 Urban Area Security Initiative (UASI) Grant in the amount of 574,478, for the period of June 5, 2018 through June 30, 2019, and (Sheriff)
Tagged Passions:beach, public safety, security, and grant

45 3CC-5 WAITING FOR BACKUP: Staff recommends motion to: A) accept on behalf of the Palm Beach County Sheriff s Office, a donation from The Howard E.

Hill Foundation, Inc., in the amount, of 50,000 for the FY2019 Gunfire Detection and Location Project; and (Sheriff)
Tagged Passions:beach, public safety, Donation, and donation

46 4B-2 WAITING FOR BACKUP: Staff recommends motion to: A) approve the Five

Year Road Program (Program) Findings of Fact (per Article 12.M.3.B of the Unified Land Development Code) with a majority plus one affirmative vote

that the delay of the Linton Boulevard/Military Trail Intersection Improvements and the PGA Boulevard/Military Trail Intersection Improvements will not result in any link or intersection on the road network operating at greater than the adopted level of service, and no development projects are phased to this construction; (Engineering)
Tagged Passions:streets, military, development, trails, Development, program, and construction

48 5A-1 WAITING FOR BACKUP: Staff recommends motion to approve: budget transfer in the amount of 158,500 from the General Fund, Contingency Reserves

to the Division of Human and Veteran Services to replace a loss of State grant funds for the period of July 1, 2018 through June 30, 2019. (Comm Svs)
Tagged Passions:services, budget, funding, and grant

51 5C-5 WAITING FOR BACKUP: Staff recommends motion to: A) adopt resolution approving the Palm Beach County Action Plan for Fiscal Year 2018-2019;

authorizing the County Administrator, or designee, to execute Standard Forms 424 and Certifications for the Community Development Block Grant (CDBG), HOME Investment Partnerships (HOME), and Emergency Solutions Grant (ESG) Programs; and funding agreements, amendments thereto, and other documents necessary for implementation of CDBG, HOME, and ESG activities; and (HES)
Tagged Passions:beach, investment, administrator, development, Development, program, community development, funding, grant, cdbg, and emergency

54 5E-1 WAITING FOR BACKUP: Staff recommends motion to approve: A) Labor Management Agreement (LMA) between Palm Tran, Inc. and the Palm Beach County

Board of County Commissioners (BCC), as joint employer, and the Service Employees International Union, Florida Public Services Union, CtW, CLC (SEIU) representing 40 regular full-time, non-professional, supervisory employees of Palm Tran, Inc. for the three year period of October 1, 2017 through September 30, 2020; and (Palm Tran)
Tagged Passions:services, Public Works, public works, beach, and union

56 5G-2 WAITING FOR BACKUP: Staff requests Board discussion and direction: regarding proceeding with implementing a juvenile transitional step-down

program in Palm Beach County (County). (Public Safety)
Tagged Passions:beach, public safety, and program

58 5I-1 WAITING FOR BACKUP: Staff recommends motion to: A) adopt resolution authorizing the conveyance of the County s interest in a 0.06 acre vacant

parcel of County-owned unbuildable land located north of Springfield Street, and west of Military Trail in unincorporated Palm Beach County to M M Investment Associates, LLC for 20,000 with reservation of mineral and petroleum rights, but without rights of entry and exploration pursuant to Florida Statutes Section 270.11; (FDO)
Tagged Passions:beach, property, investment, streets, military, Fossil Fuels - Oil, and trails

59 5I-2 WAITING FOR BACKUP: Staff recommends motion to: A) adopt resolution authorizing the conveyance of two surplus County-owned parcels of land to

the City of Pahokee (City) without charge pursuant to Florida Statutes Section 270.11, and without reservation of mineral and petroleum rights; (FDO)
Tagged Passions:property, Fossil Fuels - Oil, and surplus

60 5I-3 WAITING FOR BACKUP: Staff recommends motion to: A) adopt resolution authorizing the conveyance of the County s interest in a 0.13 acre of

surplus property to Richard Bernard Haines (Haines), as Heir and as Successor Personal Representative of the Richard Haines, Jr. Estate, without reservation of mineral and petroleum rights at no charge; and (FDO)
Tagged Passions:property, Fossil Fuels - Oil, and surplus

NOTE: Items that were revised, added, deleted, or backup submitted and were not listed on the preliminary addition/deletion sheet distributed to the

Board the prior day are noted with an asterisk (*).

ORDER OF BUSINESS

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BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS

BOARD MEETING

PALM BEACH COUNTY, FLORIDA

Tagged Passions:beach

JULY 10, 2018

TUESDAY COMMISSION

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9:30 A.M. CHAMBERS

1. CALL TO ORDER

A. Roll Call B. Invocation C. Pledge of Allegiance

2. AGENDA APPROVAL/SPECIAL PRESENTATIONS/BCC AND STAFF COMMENTS

A. Additions, Deletions, Substitutions B. Adoption

C. Special Presentations (Page 8) D. Staff Comments (Page 9) E. Commissioner Comments (Page 10)

3. CONSENT AGENDA (Page 11-44)

4. PUBLIC HEARINGS - 9:30 A.M. (Page 45-47)

Tagged Passions:hearing

5. REGULAR AGENDA (Pages 48-60)

6. BOARD APPOINTMENTS (Page 61)

Tagged Passions:appointments

7. MATTERS BY THE PUBLIC (Page 62)

8. ADJOURNMENT (Page 63)

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

SPECIAL PRESENTATIONS - 9:30 A.M.

Page 8 2C-1 Park and Recreation Month

Tagged Passions:parks and recreation

STAFF COMMENTS Page 9

2D-1 Updated Board Directive Report 2D-2 Recognition of Krystin Berntsen

Tagged Passions:recognition

COMMISSIONER COMMENTS (Page 10)

CONSENT AGENDA

A. ADMINISTRATION Page 11 3A-1 Appointment to the CareerSource Palm Beach County, Inc. Board of Directors 3A-2 Amendment to Contract with

CareerSource Palm Beach County, Inc. to Administer Grant
Tagged Passions:beach, contract, appointments, and grant

Funds Page 12 3A-3 Installation of speed humps in the San Castle Countywide Community Revitalization Team

Tagged Passions:funding

area 3A-4 Appointment to the Small Business Assistance Committee

Tagged Passions:small business, appointments, and business

B. CLERK COMPTROLLER Page 13 3B-1 Warrant List 3B-2 Minutes 3B-3 Contracts

Tagged Passions:contract and public safety

C. ENGINEERING PUBLIC WORKS Page 13

Tagged Passions:Public Works and public works

3C-1 Contract with Engecon Construction, Inc. for the construction of Palmetto Park Road from SW 7th Avenue to SW 5th Avenue project

Tagged Passions:parks, contract, streets, and construction

3C-2 Contract with Stantec Consulting Services Inc. for professional engineering services for the 6th Avenue South over Lake Osborne Drive Bridge

Replacement project
Tagged Passions:services and contract

Page 14 3C-3 Task order with Alan Gerwig Associates, Inc. for professional services for Wabasso Drive

Tagged Passions:services

over the Lake Worth Drainage District Lat. 2 Canal project 3C-4 Report of plat recordations from October 1, 2017 through March 30, 2018 3C-5

Amendment to contract with Simmons White, Inc. extending the contract expiration date for
Tagged Passions:contract, watershed, zoning, and stormwater

one year Page 15

3C-6 Highway maintenance memorandum of agreement with the Florida Department of Transportation for lighting improvements on Congress Avenue from

north of 45th Street to Blue Heron Boulevard
Tagged Passions:transportation and streets

3C-7 Contract with Florida Safety Contractors, Inc. for construction of overhead flashing school zone signs

Tagged Passions:contract, education, and construction

3C-8 Work order to contract with Ranger Construction Industries, Inc. to mill and resurface Lawrence Road from Boynton Beach Boulevard to south of

Lantana Road
Tagged Passions:beach, contract, streets, and construction

D. COUNTY ATTORNEY Page 16 3D-1 Settlement agreement with Joyce Erkus

Tagged Passions:legal and settlement

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CONSENT AGENDA CONTINUED

E. COMMUNITY SERVICES Page 16

Tagged Passions:services

3E-1 Appointments to the Palm Beach County HIV Comprehensive AIDS Resources Emergency Council

Tagged Passions:council, beach, appointments, and emergency

Page 17 3E-2 Amendment to agreement with the Area Agency on Aging of Palm Beach/Treasure Coast,

Tagged Passions:beach

Inc. to provide home energy assistance to seniors 3E-3 Receive and file contract for Provision of Financial Assistance with Feeding Florida, Inc.

Tagged Passions:contract, energy, seniors, and finance

Page 18 3E-4 Memorandum of Agreement with Children s Services Council of Palm Beach County and

Tagged Passions:services, council, and beach

United Way of Palm Beach County, Inc.

Tagged Passions:beach

F. AIRPORTS Page 18 3F-1 Non-Signatory Airline Agreements with OneJet, Inc. 3F-2 Interlocal Agreement with the Village of Palm Springs regarding

airport zoning regulations Page 19
Tagged Passions:regulation, airport, and zoning

3F-3 Change order to contract with The Morganti Group, Inc. for Construction Manager at Risk services

Tagged Passions:services, contract, manager, risk, and construction

3F-4 Change order to contract with West Construction, Inc. for the Southside Redevelopment Program Phase 1 and 2 project at Palm Beach County Park

Airport
Tagged Passions:parks, beach, contract, program, airport, and construction

Page 20 3F-5 Solar Canopy Energy Agreement with Florida Power Light for the installation of a Solar

Tagged Passions:energy

Canopy and Solar Trees at PBIA Page 21 3F-6 Settlement Agreement with MSP Partners Realty, LLC 3F-7 Receive and file change order with A Property

Services Group, Inc. 3F-8 Resolution establishing a new form Terminal Space Lease Agreement Page 22
Tagged Passions:services, trees, leasing, property, and settlement

3F-9 Resolution adopting a standard form Second Amendment to Agreement for Rental Car Lease and Concession

Tagged Passions:leasing and rental

G. OFFICE OF FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT BUDGET Page 22 3G-1 Budget transfers from Scholl Impact Fee Zones 3G-2 Settlement offer with Pedro L. Castillo for

satisfaction of a code enforcement lien Page 23 3G-3 Recording of the FY 2017 retirements of tangible personal property 3G-4 Appointment/reappointment to the County Financing Committee
Tagged Passions:property, budget, appointments, retirement, codes enforcement, settlement, seniors, and finance

H. FACILITIES DEVELOPMENT OPERATIONS Page 24 3H-1 Receive and file Standard License Agreement with UMTB Donor Services Foundation 3H-2 Annual

contracts with two contractors for Overhead Door Replacement 3H-3 Receive and file notification of the cumulative total of time extensions to the contract with
Tagged Passions:services, contract, license, development, and Development

West Construction, Inc. Page 25 3H-4 Change order to Amendment with Robling Architecture Construction, Inc. for HVAC

Tagged Passions:construction

improvements 3H-5 Amendment to Interlocal Agreement with the City of Ft. Lauderdale for interoperable radio

Tagged Passions:radio

communication Page 26 3H-6 Contract with Harvard Jolly Inc. for architectural/engineering services at Lake Lytal Park 3H-7 Consultant Services

Authorization with Colome Associates, Inc. for architectural/
Tagged Passions:services, parks, and contract

engineering services at Water Utilities Department Central Regional Operations Center

Tagged Passions:services, Utility, utility, and water

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CONSENT AGENDA CONTINUED

H. FACILITIES DEVELOPMENT OPERATIONS (Cont d) Page 27 3H-8 Amendment to Agreement with AT T Corp. for new communication systems associated with

Tagged Passions:development and Development

construction projects 3H-9 Easement in favor of Florida Power Light for underground electric utility facilities at Burt

Tagged Passions:Utility, utility, construction, easement, and electric

Reynolds Park 3H-10 Declaration of Restrictive Covenant at Bert Winters Park to satisfy grant requirements by

Tagged Passions:parks and grant

Florida Inland Navigation District Page 28 3H-11 Amendment to Access Easement in favor of Sannlor Properties II, LLC 3H-12 Budget transfer within the

Fire Rescue Improvement Fund to fund Fire Station 19
Tagged Passions:budget, easement, and fire departments and districts

Remediation and Repair

I. HOUSING AND ECONOMIC SUSTAINABILITY Page 29

Tagged Passions:sustainability and housing

3I-1 Amendment to agreement with Community Land Trust of Palm Beach County, Inc. related to affordable housing

Tagged Passions:beach and housing

3I-2 Subordination agreement with NEF Preservation Mortgage Loan Fund I LP and Lakeside Commons, Ltd. for low income housing

Tagged Passions:preservation and housing

Page 30 3I-3 Appointments to the Commission on Affordable Housing

Tagged Passions:boards and commissions, appointments, and housing

K. WATER UTILITIES Page 31

Tagged Passions:Utility, utility, and water

3K-1 Consultant Services Authorization with Baxter Woodman, Inc. for improvements to Master Repump Station 9-North Project

Tagged Passions:services

3K-2 Contract with All Webbs Enterprises, Inc. for Water Treatment Plans and System-Wide Wellfield Improvements project

Tagged Passions:Utility, utility, contract, and water

Page 32 3K-3 Interlocal Agreement with the City of Lake Worth relating to Assessment of Joint Wastewater

Tagged Passions:sewer

Transmission System 3K-4 Supplement with Globaltech, Inc. for East Center Regional Water Reclamation Facility

Tagged Passions:Utility, utility, facility, and water

Reclaimed Water Facility Improvements project

Tagged Passions:Utility, utility, facility, and water

L. ENVIRONMENTAL RESOURCES MANAGEMENT Page 33

Tagged Passions:environment

3L-1 Agreement with the State of Florida, Department of Environmental Protection for the Jupiter/ Carlin Shore Protection Project

Tagged Passions:environment

3L-2 Agreement with the State of Florida, Department of Environmental Protection for the South Lake Worth Inlet Management Plan Implementation

Tagged Passions:environment

M. PARKS RECREATION Page 34 3M-1 Receive and file Amphitheater Rental Agreement 3M-2 Receive and file Sound and Light Production Services Contractor

Agreement 3M-3 Receive and file Entertainment Contractor Agreement Page 35 3M-4 Receive and file Independent Contractor Agreement 3M-5 Budget transfer for renovations at Caloosa Park
Tagged Passions:services, parks, budget, rental, and recreation

P. COOPERATIVE EXTENSION Page 35

3P-1 Donation from the Friends of the Mounts Botanical Garden, Inc. to renovate and expand the Garden Shop

Tagged Passions:Donation and donation

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CONSENT AGENDA CONTINUED

S. FIRE RESCUE Page 36 3S-1 Write-off of uncollectible emergency transport patient accounts

Tagged Passions:emergency

U. INFORMATION SYSTEMS SERVICES Page 36

Tagged Passions:services

3U-1 Rescind and replace Interlocal Agreement with the City of Palm Beach Gardens for network services

Tagged Passions:services and beach

Page 37 3U-2 Interlocal Agreement with the Town of Lake Park for network services and internet access at

Tagged Passions:services, parks, and Internet Access

government locations 3U-3 Budget transfer for improvements to the 4th floor ISS areas 3U-4 Donation of computer equipment to the Palm Beach County

Law Enforcement Exchange, Inc.
Tagged Passions:beach, budget, public safety, Donation, equipment, and donation

X. PUBLIC SAFETY Page 38

Tagged Passions:public safety

3X-1 Memorandum of Understanding with Catholic Charities of the Diocese of Palm Beach, Inc. related to human trafficking

Tagged Passions:beach and human rights

3X-2 Contract with Crystal Ramsey, DVM for veterinary services 3X-3 Receive and file four Grant Adjustment Notices

Tagged Passions:services, contract, and grant

Page 39 3X-4 Receive and file Volunteer Employee Criminal History System User Agreement with the

Tagged Passions:volunteer and history

Florida Department of Law Enforcement for level 2 criminal history background checks 3X-5 Appointments to the Consumer Affairs Hearing Board

Tagged Passions:hearing, public safety, appointments, and history

Page 40 3X-6 Statewide Mutual Aid Agreement with the Florida Division of Emergency Management 3X-7 Ratify the Mayor s signature for the Sexual

Assault Services Formula Grant Program for
Tagged Passions:services, sexual harassment, sexual assault, mutual aid, program, grant, and emergency

increased availability to victim services

Tagged Passions:services

Z. RISK MANAGEMENT Page 41

Tagged Passions:risk

3Z-1 Amendment to contract with Island Medical Care, LLC for consulting/professional physician services at the occupational health clinic

Tagged Passions:services, health, and contract

AA. PALM TRAN Page 41

3AA-1 Execution and submittal of grant application with the Florida Commission for the Transportation Disadvantaged to provide Palm Tran Connections

Services at discounted rates
Tagged Passions:services, boards and commissions, transportation, rates, and grant

Page 42 3AA-2 Execution and submittal of grant application with the Florida Commission for the

Tagged Passions:boards and commissions and grant

Transportation Disadvantaged for operational and planning expenses

Tagged Passions:transportation and planning

BB. YOUTH SERVICES Page 43

Tagged Passions:services and youth

3BB-1 Receive and file contracts for professional services with four doctoral psychology interns to provide family and youth counseling

Tagged Passions:services, contract, and youth

CC. SHERIFF Page 43 3CC-1 Receive and file Grant Modification with the Office of National Drug Control Policy to provide

Tagged Passions:public safety, policy, grant, and drugs

additional funds to the Palm Beach County Narcotics Task Force 3CC-2 Receive and file Modification to Subgrant Agreement with the City of Miami Page

44 3CC-3 Receive and file Modification to Subgrant Agreement with the Division of Emergency
Tagged Passions:beach, funding, drugs, and emergency

Management 3CC-4 Memorandum of Agreement with the City of Miami for a FY17 Urban Area Security Initiative 3CC-5 Donation from The Howard E. Hill

Foundation for the FY2019 Gunfire Detection and Location
Tagged Passions:Donation, security, and donation

project

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PUBLIC HEARINGS 9:30 A.M.

Tagged Passions:hearing

A. FIRE RESCUE Page 45

4A-1 Resolution setting the special assessment rate to fund fire hydrant maintenance and rental fees charged by the City of Riviera Beach or its

Utility Special District
Tagged Passions:Utility, utility, beach, and rental

B. ENGINEERING PUBLIC WORKS Page 45

Tagged Passions:Public Works and public works

4B-1 Resolution confirming the special assessment process for paving and drainage improvements of Bishoff Road, dead end to Jog Road project

Tagged Passions:streets, drugs, and stormwater

Page 46 4B-2 Five Year Road Program Findings of Fact

Tagged Passions:streets and program

C. OFFICE OF FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT BUDGET Page 47

Tagged Passions:budget and finance

4C-1 Conduct a public hearing for the use of the Uniform Method of collecting non-ad valorem special assessments

Tagged Passions:hearing and ad valorem

REGULAR AGENDA

A. COMMUNITY SERVICES Page 48

Tagged Passions:services

5A-1 Budget transfer to replace a loss of State grant funds providing for homeless prevention services

Tagged Passions:services, budget, homeless, funding, and grant

B. PLANNING, ZONING BUILDING Page 48

Tagged Passions:zoning and planning

5B-1 Ordinance amending Chapter 14 of the Palm Beach County Code related to property maintenance to improve public safety and welfare

Tagged Passions:beach, property, public safety, and ordinance

C. HOUSING AND ECONOMIC SUSTAINABILITY Page 49

Tagged Passions:sustainability and housing

5C-1 Amendment to the Palm Beach County Action Plan for Fiscal Year 2016-2017 for acquisition of property and neighborhood development on Meridian

Road in West Palm Beach
Tagged Passions:beach, property, streets, development, Development, and neighborhood

5C-2 Resolution approving issuance of Palm Beach County Facilities Revenue Bonds for improvements to life care communities at Abbey Delray

Tagged Passions:beach and bond

Page 50 5C-3 Resolution authorizing the execution of amendment to Indenture of Trust related to

refinancing the County s Revenue Bonds for Palm Beach Day Academy, Inc. 5C-4 Fiscal Year 2018-2019 State Housing Initiatives Partnership budget

allocations for affordable
Tagged Passions:beach, budget, housing, and bond

housing strategies Page 51 5C-5 Resolution approving the Palm Beach County Action Plan for Fiscal Year 2018-2019 Page 52

Tagged Passions:beach and housing

5C-6 Conditional Loan Agreement with Gulfstream Goodwill Industries, Inc. to fund housing for low income and disabled residents

Tagged Passions:disability and housing

D. YOUTH SERVICES Page 53 5D-1 Allocations for Health Wellness and Educational Supports for Community Based Agencies

Tagged Passions:services, health, and youth

E. PALM TRAN Page 54 5E-1 Labor Management Agreement with Palm Tran, Inc. for 40 Palm Tran employees

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REGULAR AGENDA CONTINUED

F. OFFICE OF FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT BUDGET Page 54 5F-1 Impact fee exemption request for The Home at Tamarind Page 55 5F-2 Budget transfer to the

Supervisor of Election to fund a special election 5F-3 Proposed millage rates for the FY 2019 budget
Tagged Passions:taxes, budget, Taxes, rates, voting, election, and finance

G. PUBLIC SAFETY Page 56

Tagged Passions:public safety

5G-1 Interlocal Agreement with the Health Care District of Palm Beach County to provide nursing services to disaster relief shelters

Tagged Passions:services, health, and beach

5G-2 Discussion and direction regarding implementation of a juvenile transitional step-down program

Tagged Passions:program

H. FIRE RESCUE Page 57

5H-1 Florida Department of Health Emergency Medical Services Matching Grant to fund a Chronic Disease Management Project

Tagged Passions:services, health, grant, and emergency

I. FACILITIES DEVELOPMENT OPERATIONS Page 58

Tagged Passions:development and Development

5I-1 Resolution authorizing conveyance of County interest in vacant parcel located north of Springfield Street and west of Military Trail

Tagged Passions:property, streets, military, and trails

Page 59 5I-2 Resolution authorizing conveyance of two surplus County-owned parcels to the City of

Tagged Passions:property and surplus

Pahokee Page 60

5I-3 Resolution authorizing conveyance of County interest in surplus property to Richard Bernard Haines

Tagged Passions:property and surplus

BOARD APPOINTMENTS (Page 61)

Tagged Passions:appointments

MATTERS BY THE PUBLIC 2:00 P.M. (Page 62)

ADJOURNMENT (Page 63)

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2C. SPECIAL PRESENTATIONS 9:30 A.M.

1. Proclamation declaring July 2018 as Park and Recreation Month in Palm Beach County (Sponsored by Mayor McKinlay)

Tagged Passions:parks, beach, recognition, and recreation

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2D. STAFF COMMENTS

1. ADMINISTRATION COMMENTS

Staff recommends motion to receive and file: The updated Board Directive Report which

includes in process and completed board directive items. SUMMARY: At the February 6, 2018 Board of County Commission Meeting, direction was given to

the County Administrator to bring back as a receive and file once a month a status report of the board directives to
Tagged Passions:boards and commissions and administrator

date. The categories of the board directives have been revised to now reflect two groups: 1)

In Process and 2) Completed. The report continues to be updated on an on-going basis. Countywide (DN)

2. Recognition of Krystin Berntsen as Government Engineer of the Year

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3. COUNTY ATTORNEY

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2E. COMMISSIONER COMMENTS

District 1 COMMISSIONER HAL R. VALECHE

District 2 COMMISSIONER PAULETTE BURDICK

District 3 COMMISSIONER DAVE KERNER

District 4 COMMISSIONER STEVEN L. ABRAMS

District 5 - COMMISSIONER MARY LOU BERGER

District 6 - COMMISSIONER MELISSA MCKINLAY, MAYOR

District 7 COMMISSIONER MACK BERNARD, VICE MAYOR

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3. CONSENT AGENDA APPROVAL

A. ADMINISTRATION

1. Staff recommends motion to approve: appointment of Connor Lynch to the CareerSource Palm Beach County, Inc. Board of Directors (Board) for the

period July 10, 2018 through July 9, 2021.
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Nominee/

Appointment Seat No.

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Term Area of Representation

Nominated By

Connor Lynch 26 7/10/18-7/9/21 Private Sector Business Development Board of Palm Beach County, Inc.

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SUMMARY: On November 18, 2014, the Board of County Commissioners approved the Third Amendment to Interlocal Agreement (R2014-1650) creating the Palm

Beach Workforce Development Consortium (R2007-1220) which establishes the current Board composition. The Agreement states that 14 private sector members are appointed by the BCC. The Federal Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act requests that an emphasis be placed on Chief Executive Officers or high level management positions for both community and business sector appointments. The CareerSource Palm Beach County, Inc. Board of Directors is comprised of a minimum of 19 members with representation established in Attachment 3 to this agenda item. The board has a maximum of 33 seats, with 22 currently filled and diversity count of Caucasian: 17 (77 ), African-American: 4 (18 ) and Hispanic: 1 (5 ). The gender ratio (female:male) is: 11:11. This nominee is a Caucasian male. Countywide (HH)
Tagged Passions:beach, appointments, development, gender, workforce development, diversity, Development, business, and workforce

2. Staff recommends motion to approve: Second Amendment to the Contract to Administer Grant Funds with CareerSource Palm Beach County, Inc. (CSPBC).

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SUMMARY: On December 16, 2014, the Board of County Commissioners (BCC) approved a Contract to Administer Grant Funds (R2014-1894) with CSPBC which

services include the design, coordination, and implementation of the local workforce development system for Palm Beach County. On April 19, 2016, the BCC approved the First Amendment to the Contract to Administer Grant Funds (R2016-0532) with CSPBC to conform to standard contract language utilized by the County. CSPBC receives Federal funding through the State Department of Economic Opportunity (DEO). Funds are received by the DEO from the US Department of Labor, US Department of Health Human Services, and the US Department of Agriculture. These are formula funds which are based on the Federal budget and the local population statistics. The Fiscal Year 2018-2019 Budget, in the amount of 14,489,148, includes the following revenue sources: 11,670,260 from the US Department of Labor; 2,198,888 from the US Department of Health and Human Services for Temporary Assistance for Needy Families; 320,000 from the US Department of Agriculture for the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program; and 300,000 from private grants and local government. At the June 5, 2018 BCC meeting, the BCC approved the Fiscal Year 2018-2019 CSPBC Budget, in the amount of 14,489,148. CSPBC is requesting a Second Amendment to the Contract to Administer Grant Funds. The amendment makes certain changes to language of the contract to update contact information and bring the contract terms current with County requirements and Federal Regulations. Staff is recommending approval of the Second Amendment to the Contract to Administer Grant Funds. Countywide (HH)
Tagged Passions:services, health, beach, contract, budget, development, workforce development, agriculture, nutrition, Development, program, regulation, funding, grant, and workforce

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3. CONSENT AGENDA APPROVAL

A. ADMINISTRATION (Cont d)

3. Staff recommends motion to approve:

A) expenditure of 36,400 for the installation of 14 speed humps in the San Castle Countywide Community Revitalization Team (CCRT) area; and

B) budget transfer of 36,400 to the Capital Outlay Fund from the CCRT Recoup Funding Account for the San Castle Speed Humps Installation Project.

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SUMMARY: The installation of speed humps was requested by neighborhood residents from the San Castle CCRT area to address the need to slow down

traffic and improve safety along neighborhood streets. Approval of the requested funds and the associated budget transfer will fund the construction of 14 speed humps to address this need with CCRT Recoup Funding reserves. County policy requires that 60 percent of affected property owners for each street sign a petition in support of the project. The necessary supporting petitions have been received. District 5 (DW)
Tagged Passions:property, budget, streets, policy, traffic, construction, neighborhood, and funding

4. Staff recommends motion to approve: appointment of the following individual to the Small Business Assistance (SBA) Committee for the seat and term

indicated below:
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NOMINEE SEAT DESIGNATION TERM NOMINATED BY

Lillian Reyes 8 National Association of 07/10/18 to 10/05/18 Mayor McKinlay Woman in Construction Vice-Mayor Bernard Commissioner Valeche

Commissioner Abrams
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SUMMARY: The SBA Committee is established pursuant to Section 2.80.32, of the Palm Beach County Code as amended on March 12, 2013. The committee

consists of 15 members representing one black business owner certified as a small business by the County; one Hispanic business owner certified as a small business by the County; one woman business owner certified as a small business by the County; one white male business owner certified as a small business by the County; one business owner domiciled in Palm Beach County; one representative of a business incubator program; one representative of the Hispanic business organization; one representative of the National Association of Women in Construction; one representative of a Women s Business Organization; one certified minority contractor; one representative of the Associated General Contractors of America; one representative of the Small Business Development Center; one representative of a financial institution that assists small businesses; one representative of the Black Chamber of Commerce; and one representative of a professional services organization. The SBA Committee supports the nomination to fill the vacancy created by the resignation of the former member. A memo was sent to the Board of County Commissioners on June 18, 2018, requesting approval of the recommendation. No other nominations were received. The SBA Committee consists of 15 members and the terms of the seats are for three years. The SBA Committee reviews and evaluates the effectiveness of small business programs within County Government. The Committee currently consists of 14 members. The current diversity count is: Caucasian: 5 (35.7 ), African American: 7 (50 ), and Hispanic: 2 (14.2 ). The gender ratio (female:male) is: 8:6. The nominee for appointment to seat 8 is a Caucasian female. Countywide (HH)
Tagged Passions:services, small business, beach, appointments, development, gender, diversity, Development, program, business, construction, and finance

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