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GOLF COURSE ADVISORY BOARD

Mayor Joe Coviello Council Members District 1: John Gunter District 2: John M. Carioscia Sr. District 3: Marilyn Stout District 4: Jennifer I. Nelson District 5: Dave Stokes District 6: Richard Williams District 7: Jessica Cosden

1015 Cultural Park Blvd. Cape Coral, FL City Manager John Szerlag City Attorney Dolores Menendez
Tagged Passions:parks, council, administrator, legal, and manager

City Auditor Andrea R. Butola

City Clerk Rebecca van Deutekom
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AGENDA FOR THE REGULAR MEETING OF THE CAPE CORAL CITY COUNCIL

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PLEDGE OF CIVILITY We will be respectful of each other even when we disagree.

We will direct all comments to the issues. We will avoid personal attacks.

1.
MEETING CALLED TO ORDER

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A.
MAYOR COVIELLO

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2.
INVOCATION/MOMENT OF SILENCE

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MAYOR COVIELLO

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3.
PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

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JOSE TORRES - DIPLOMAT ELEMENTARY

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4.
ROLL CALL

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MAYOR COVIELLO, COUNCIL MEMBERS CARIOSCIA, COSDEN, GUNTER, NELSON, STOKES, STOUT, WILLIAMS

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5.
CHANGES TO AGENDA/ADOPTION OF AGENDA

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6.
RECOGNITIONS/ACHIEVEMENTS

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A.
NONE

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7.
APPROVAL OF MINUTES

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A.
Special Meeting - July 23, 2018 (Attorney-Client Session) B. Regular Meeting - July 23, 2018

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8.
BUSINESS

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Tagged Passions:business

A.
PUBLIC COMMENT - CONSENT AGENDA

A maximum of 60 minutes is set for input of citizens on matters concerning the Consent Agenda; 3 minutes per individual.

B.
CONSENT AGENDA

(1) Resolution 113-18 Approve the Single Source with Pantropic Power, Inc. for the purchase and installation of one 2000 KW Caterpillar stationary generator back-end unit with a three (3) year manufacturer warranty for a cost of 226,402 with a 10 City controlled contingency of 22,640 for a total of 249,042 and authorize the City Manager or Designee to execute the contract, amendment or any related documents. Pantropic Power, Inc. is the authorized dealer for Caterpillar parts and service in 13 counties, including Lee County; Department: Utilities; Dollar Value: 249,042; (Water Sewer Fund)

(2) Resolution 152-18 Approve contract CON-PB-FIN18-106/CV a piggyback of Polk County, Florida s agreement with Commercial Risk Management, Inc. for the Third Party Administrator For Self Insured Workers Compensation Claims, for the five (5) year period specified in the contract, and authorize the City Manager to execute the contract and any amendments, renewals, and related documents. The Polk County contract was competitively solicited on January 2018; Department: Finance; Estimated Total Contract Value (5 years): 393,660; (FY19 81,900. FY20 76,940. FY21 76,940. FY22 78,940. FY23 78,940; (Property Liability Insurance- Internal Service Fund) (3) Resolution 154-18 Award Bid ITB- PW18-72/CV Bridge Repair Surfside Blvd Over Maxine Canal Bridge 125724, for the maintenance repairs and rehabilitation of the bridge, to The Walker Contracting Group, Inc., as the lowest responsive and responsible bidder for the total base bid amount of 110,594, plus a 10 City-Controlled contingency in the amount of 11,059, for a total of 121,653, and authorize the City Manager to execute the contract, purchase order, amendments and/or change orders related to this project; Department: Public Works Department/Maintenance Division; Estimated Dollar Amount 121,653; (General Fund)
Tagged Passions:utility, Public Works, public works, compensation, Utility, property, contract, commercial, administrator, RFP, manager, rfp, purchasing, risk, watershed, finance, water, sewer, and insurance

(4) Resolution 158-18 Approve the Selection Advisory Committee (SAC) ranking of the Request for Proposal (RFP) RFP-UT18- 58/MC to engage a firm to provide professional design services for the Design of Nicholas Parkway Waterline Replacement, Paving and Drainage Improvement project and authorize the City Manager or Designee to enter into negotiation with the number one ranked firm, David Douglas Associates, Inc. Department: Utilities; Dollar Value: N/A; (Fund: N/A)

Tagged Passions:utility, Utility, services, administrator, RFP, manager, rfp, selection, stormwater, and water

(5) Resolution 160-18 Ratify and Authorize the Emergency

Purchase to Ric-Man Construction Florida, Inc. for the lining of an existing 450 Linear Ft. 48 x 72 (60 round equivalent) Horizontal Elliptical Reinforced Concrete Pipe (HERCP) underneath Cape Coral Parkway, S.E. 5th Place and S.E. 47th Terrace which the drainage structure connects the Rubicon Canal to the Bimini Basin in the amount of 279,450 with a 10 city controlled contingency of 27,945 for a total amount of 307,395; And authorize the City Manager or Designee to execute the purchase order, contract and any related document; Department: Public Works; Dollar value 307,395; (Stormwater Fund)

Tagged Passions:Public Works, public works, contract, administrator, manager, purchasing, watershed, stormwater, emergency, and construction

(6) Resolution 171-18 Approval of the 2018-2019 Program- Funded State and Local Task Force Agreement (TFA) between the United States Department of Justice, Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA), and the City of Cape Coral o/b/o the Cape Coral Police Department and authorizing the Chief of Police to execute all necessary documents. Renewal; Department: Police Department; Dollar Value: Not to exceed 18,343; (reimbursement by DEA)

Tagged Passions:public safety, drugs, and program

(7) Resolution 175-18 Acceptance of a Public Utility Drainage Easement to complete the perimeter easement around newly assembled sites at 2219 Chiquita Boulevard South and 2307 SW 15th Place (Strap s: 27-44-23-C4-04405.0160 - 04405.0010); Department: Financial Services / Real Estate Division; Dollar Value: N/A; (Fund: N/A)

Tagged Passions:utility, Utility, services, streets, sites, finance, stormwater, and easement

(8) Resolution 176-18 Acceptance of a Perpetual Drainage Easement within a portion of Lot 1, Block 1971, and a portion of Lot 35, Block 1972 (808 SW 4th Place, Strap 23-44-23- C1-01971.0010) for the relocation of a storm water drainage pipe; Department: Financial Services / Real Estate Division; Dollar Value: N/A; (Fund: N/A)

Tagged Passions:utility, Utility, services, finance, stormwater, water, and easement

(9) Resolution 177-18 Acceptance of Florida's Bicycle Pedestrian Focused Initiative: High Visibility Enforcement to conduct operations on an overtime basis; Department: Police; Dollar Value 15,615; No cash match; (Fund: N/A)

Tagged Passions:public safety, Bicycles, Pedestrian, and bicycles

(10) Resolution 184-18 Approve the purchase and provisioning of a 100-FT Aerial Platform Ladder Truck from South Florida Emergency Vehicles LLC for a not to exceed amount of 1,495,649. The 100-FT Aerial Platform Ladder Truck will be purchased by piggyback the Florida Sheriff Association contract FSA18-VEF13.0 for a not to exceed amount of 1,294,920 and the provisioning (Fire hoses, couplings, extrication equipment, saws, etc.) will be purchased from multiple suppliers utilizing the proper procurement process for a cost of 200,729 for a total cost of 1,495,649; And authorize the use of Unassigned Reserves for said purchase; And authorize the City Manager or designee to execute the purchase order(s). Department: Fire Dollar Amount:

1,495,649 (unassigned reserves)
Tagged Passions:transportation, contract, administrator, manager, public safety, purchasing, equipment, and emergency

C.
CITIZENS INPUT TIME

A maximum of 60 minutes is set for input of citizens on matters concerning the City Government to include Resolutions appearing in sections other than Consent Agenda or Public Hearing; 3 minutes per individual.

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D.
PERSONNEL ACTIONS

(1) NONE

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E.
PETITIONS TO COUNCIL

(1) NONE

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F.
APPOINTMENTS TO BOARDS / COMMITTEES / COMMISSIONS

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Tagged Passions:boards and commissions and appointments

(1) Golf Course Advisory Board - 1 vacancy

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9.
ORDINANCES/RESOLUTIONS

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A.
Public Hearings

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(1) Ordinance 39-18 Final Public Hearing WHAT THE ORDINANCE ACCOMPLISHES: An ordinance amending the City of Cape Coral Comprehensive Plan by amending Policy 1.15 of the Future Land Use Element to establish the Seven Islands Sub-District Land Use Classification. (Applicant: City of Cape Coral) Planning Zoning Recommendation: At their June 6, 2018 meeting, Planning Zoning voted (7-0) to recommend transmittal. City Management Recommendation: City Management recommends transmittal.

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Tagged Passions:strategic, hearing, policy, ordinance, zoning, and planning

(2) Ordinance 40-18 (LU 18-0002) Final Public Hearing WHAT THE ORDINANCE ACCOMPLISHES: An ordinance amending the City of Cape Coral Comprehensive Plan by amending the Future Land Use Map to designate a parcel of land classified as Mixed Use (MX) Land Use as comprising the Seven Islands Sub-District. (50.72 acres) (Applicant: City of Cape Coral) Planning Zoning Recommendation: At their June 6, 2018 meeting, Planning Zoning voted (7-0) to recommend transmittal. City Management Recommendation: City Management recommends transmittal.

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Tagged Passions:strategic, property, hearing, ordinance, zoning, and planning

(3) Ordinance 45-18 Public Hearing WHAT THE ORDINANCE ACCOMPLISHES:

An ordinance approving and granting to LCEC an easement for a right-of-way to be used for the construction, operation, and maintenance of one or more overhead and underground electric distribution facilities across property owned by the City that is in the area of Master Pump Station 612 located at 2235 SW 3rd Terrace. (Applicant: Brought forward by City Management)

Tagged Passions:property, hearing, ordinance, electric, grant, easement, and construction

(4) Ordinance 46-18 Public Hearing WHAT THE ORDINANCE ACCOMPLISHES: An ordinance approving and granting to LCEC an easement for a right-of-way to be used for the construction, operation, and maintenance of one or more overhead and underground electric distribution facilities across property owned by the City that is in the area of Master Pump Station 618 located at 530 Nelson Road North. (Applicant: Brought forward by City Management.)

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Tagged Passions:property, hearing, streets, ordinance, electric, grant, easement, and construction

(5) Ordinance 47-18 Public Hearing WHAT THE ORDINANCE ACCOMPLISHES: An ordinance approving and granting to LCEC an easement for a right-of-way to be used for the construction, operation, and maintenance of one or more overhead and underground electric distribution facilities across property owned by the City that is in the area of Canal Pump Station 10 located at 738 NE 5th Place. (Applicant: Brought forward by City Management)

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Tagged Passions:property, hearing, ordinance, watershed, electric, grant, easement, and construction

(6) Ordinance 53-18 Public Hearing WHAT THE ORDINANCE ACCOMPLISHES: The ordinance amends the City Code of Ordinances, Chapter 2, Administration, Article VI, Pensions, Division 2, Firefighter Pension, to amend Section 2-122.26, Military Service Prior to Employment and Section 2-122.28, Prior Fire Service to provide for purchase of service to be paid in installments. The amendments to the ordinance result in no cost to the City and have no actuarial impact. (Applicant: Brought forward by City Management.)

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Tagged Passions:hearing, purchasing, military, ordinance, retirement, employment, and fire departments and districts

(7) Ordinance 56-18 Public Hearing WHAT THE ORDINANCE ACCOMPLISHES: The ordinance amends Section 19-38 of the City Code to authorize collection of certain Contribution in Aid of Construction fees pursuant to the Uniform Collection Method set forth in Section 197.3632, Florida Statutes, and making certain findings in conjunction therewith. (Applicant: Brought forward by City Management.)

(8) Resolution 174-18 Public Input Contribution in Aid of Construction Fees Assessment - Initial WHAT THE RESOLUTION ACCOMPLISHES: The resolution relates to the funding of certain water, wastewater and irrigation utility system distribution facilities through the imposition of non-ad valorem special assessments, provides for the imposition of non-ad valorem special assessments against real property benefitted by such facilities, describes the real property subject to assessment, directs the assessment coordinator to prepare a preliminary assessment roll, establishes a public hearing to consider imposition of the proposed assessments, and directs the provision of notice in connection therewith.

Tagged Passions:utility, Utility, property, hearing, ordinance, ad valorem, water, funding, construction, and sewer

B.
Introductions

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(1) Ordinance 49-18 (PDP 17-0005*) Set Public Hearing Date for August 20, 2018 *Quasi-Judicial, All Persons Testifying Must be Sworn In WHAT THE ORDINANCE ACCOMPLISHES: An ordinance amending Ordinance 89-06, as previously amended, approving a Planned Development Project entitled Meta at Cape Harbour, by granting a replat of 2.57 acres of Tract R-1, Block 7004, to be known hereafter as Tract C-7, and amending a previous development order condition to allow Pedestrian Commercial (C-1) tracts to develop without compound use buildings; property is located at El Dorado Parkway West and Chiquita Boulevard. (Applicants: CRE Cape Harbour Land, LLC, and CRE Cape Harbour Marina, LLC) Hearing Examiner Recommendation: The Hearing Examiner hereby recommends approval of the Project, subjection to the terms, conditions, and modification set forth in PDP HEX Recommendation Order 2-2018. City Management Recommendation: City Management recommends approval.

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Tagged Passions:property, commercial, hearing, streets, ordinance, development, Pedestrian, watershed, grant, and Development

(2) Ordinance 52-18 (ZA 18-0002*) Set Public Hearing Date for August 20, 2018 *Quasi-Judicial, All Persons Testifying Must be Sworn In WHAT THE ORDINANCE ACCOMPLISHES: An ordinance amending the City of Cape Coral Official Zoning District Map by rezoning property located at 2944 Skyline Boulevard and 2947 SW 8th Place from Residential Development (RD) to Multi-Family Residential (R-3) zone. (1.26 acres) (Applicants: Eaglestream Inc. and MCI Florida Developments, LLC) Hearing Examiner Recommendation: The Hearing Examiner recommends approval of the application for rezoning of both parcels. If the City Council determines that the rezoning is not appropriate for the site located at 2947 SW 8th Place, the Hearing Examiner recommends approval of rezoning of the site located on Skyline Boulevard (2947 Skyline Boulevard) individually. City Management Recommendation: City Management recommends approval.

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Tagged Passions:council, property, hearing, ordinance, development, zoning, and Development

(3) Ordinance 57-18 Set Public Hearing Date for August 20, 2018 WHAT THE ORDINANCE ACCOMPLISHES: The ordinance amends Chapter 12, Offenses and Miscellaneous Provisions , by amending Article II, Offenses Creating Nuisances , Section 12-23, to provide regulations for parking commercial vehicles and trailers on certain public streets posted with signs. (Applicant: Brought forward by Councilmember Gunter.)

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Tagged Passions:commercial, hearing, streets, ordinance, parking, and regulation

10.
UNFINISHED BUSINESS

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A.
Water Quality - Update B. Follow Up Items for Council

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Tagged Passions:utility, Utility, council, and water

11.
NEW BUSINESS

A. Request Expansion of Governor Scott's State of Emergency - Mayor Coviello

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12.
REPORTS OF THE MAYOR AND COUNCIL MEMBERS

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13.
REPORTS OF THE CITY ATTORNEY AND CITY MANAGER

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14.
TIME AND PLACE OF FUTURE MEETINGS

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A.
A Joint Cape Coral City Council and Budget Review Committee Budget Workshop is Scheduled for Tuesday, August 7, 2018 at 1:00 p.m. in Council Chambers

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B.
A Joint Cape Coral City Council and Budget Review Committee Budget Workshop is Scheduled for Thursday, August 9, 2018 at 1:00 p.m. in Council Chambers

C. A Committee of the Whole Meeting is Scheduled for Monday, August 13, 2018 at 4:30 p.m. in Council Chambers

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15.
MOTION TO ADJOURN

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GENERAL RULES AND PROCEDURES REGARDING THE CAPE CORAL CITY COUNCIL AGENDA

In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act and Section of 286.26, Florida Statutes, persons with disabilities needing special accommodation to participate in this meeting should contact the Office of the City Clerk at least forty- eight (48) hours prior to the meeting. If hearing impaired, telephone the Florida Relay Service Numbers, 1-800-955-8771 (TDD) or 1-800-955-8770 (v) for assistance. Persons wishing to address Council under Citizens Input or the Consent Agenda may do so during the designated times at each meeting. No prior scheduling is necessary. All speakers must have their presentations approved by the City Clerk's office no later than 3:00 PM the day of the meeting. Any citizen may appear before the City Council at the scheduled PUBLIC HEARING/INPUT to comment on the specific agenda item being considered. No prior scheduling is necessary. When recognized by the presiding officer, a speaker shall address the City Council
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*PUBLIC HEARINGS DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT CASES

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In all public hearings for which an applicant or applicants exist and which would affect a relatively limited land area, including but not limited to PDPs, appeals concerning variances or special exceptions, and small-scale rezonings, the following procedures shall be utilized in order to afford all parties or their representatives a full opportunity to be heard on matters relevant to the application:

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1.
The applicant, as well as witnesses offering testimony or

presenting evidence, will be required to swear or affirm that the testimony they provide is the truth.

2.
The order of presentation will begin with the City staff report, the presentation by the applicant and/or the applicant's representative; witnesses called by the applicant, and then members of the public.

3. Members of the City Council may question any witness on relevant issues, by the applicant and/or the applicant's representative, City staff, or by any member of the public.

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4.
The Mayor may impose reasonable limitations on the offer of testimony or evidence and refuse to hear testimony or evidence that is not relevant to the issue being heard. The Mayor may also impose reasonable limitations on the number of witnesses heard when such witnesses become repetitive or are introducing duplicate testimony or evidence. The Mayor may also call witnesses and introduce evidence on behalf of the City Council if it is felt that such witnesses and/or evidence are necessary for a thorough consideration of the subject.

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5.
After the introduction of all-relevant testimony and evidence, the

applicant shall have the opportunity to present a closing from the designated speaker's lectern, and shall state his or her name and whom, if anyone, he or she represents. An address shall only be required if necessary to comply with a federal, state of local law. Copies of the agenda are available in the main lobby of Cape Coral City Hall and in the City Council Office, 1015 Cultural Park Boulevard. Copies of all back-up documentation are also available for review in the lobby of Council Chambers. You are asked to refrain from removing any documentation. If you desire copies, please request they be made for you. Copies are 15 cents per page. Agendas and back-up documentation are also available on-line on the City website (capecoral.net) after 4:00 PM on the Thursday prior to the Council Meeting. statement. 6. If a person decides to appeal any decision made by the City Council with respect to any matter considered at such meeting or hearing, he or she will need a record of the proceedings, and that, for such purpose, he or she may need to ensure that a verbatim record of the proceedings is made, which record includes the testimony and evidence upon which the appeal is to be based. Item Number: 7.A. Meeting Date: 8/6/2018 Item Type: APPROVAL OFMINUTES AGENDA REQUEST FORM
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CITY OF CAPE CORAL

TITLE: Special Meeting - July 23, 2018 (Attorney-Client Session)

REQUESTED ACTION: Approve or Deny STRATEGIC PLAN INFO:

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1.
Will this action result in a Budget Amendment? No 2. Is this a Strategic Decision? No

If Yes, Priority Goals Supported arelisted below. If No, will it harm the intent or success ofthe Strategic Plan? No

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PLANNING ZONING/HEARING EXAMINER/STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:

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Tagged Passions:hearing, zoning, and planning

SUMMARY EXPLANATION AND BACKGROUND:

LEGAL REVIEW:

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EXHIBITS: Special Meeting minutes - July 23, 2018

PREPARED BY: Kimberly Bruns Division- Managerial Department-

City Clerk's Department

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SOURCE OF ADDITIONAL INFORMATION: Kimberly Bruns Assistant City Clerk 1-239-242-3243

ATTACHMENTS:

Description Type Special Meeting - July 23, 2018 Backup Material

Item Number: 7.B. Meeting Date: 8/6/2018 Item Type: APPROVAL OFMINUTES AGENDA REQUEST FORM

CITY OF CAPE CORAL

TITLE: Regular Meeting - July 23, 2018

REQUESTED ACTION: Approve or Deny STRATEGIC PLAN INFO:

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1.
Will this action result in a Budget Amendment? No 2. Is this a Strategic Decision? No

If Yes, Priority Goals Supported arelisted below. If No, will it harm the intent or success ofthe Strategic Plan? No

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PLANNING ZONING/HEARING EXAMINER/STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:

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SUMMARY EXPLANATION AND BACKGROUND:

LEGAL REVIEW:

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EXHIBITS: Regular Meeting - July 23, 2018

PREPARED BY: Kimberly Bruns Division- Managerial Department-

City Clerk's Department

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SOURCE OF ADDITIONAL INFORMATION: Kimberly Bruns Assistant City Clerk 1-239-242-3243

ATTACHMENTS:

Description Type Regular Meeting - July 23, 2018 Backup Material

Item Number: B.(1) Meeting Date: 8/6/2018 Item Type: CONSENT AGENDA AGENDA REQUEST FORM CITY OF CAPE CORAL

TITLE: Resolution 113-18 Approve the Single Source with Pantropic Power, Inc. for the purchase and installation of one 2000 KW Caterpillar stationary generator back-end unit with a three (3) year manufacturer warranty for a cost of 226,402 with a 10 City controlled contingency of 22,640 for a total of 249,042 and authorize the City Manager or Designee to execute the contract, amendment or any related documents. Pantropic Power, Inc. is the authorized dealer for Caterpillar parts and service in 13 counties, including Lee County; Department: Utilities; Dollar Value: 249,042; (Water Sewer Fund)

REQUESTED ACTION: Approve or Deny STRATEGIC PLAN INFO:
Tagged Passions:utility, Utility, strategic, contract, administrator, manager, purchasing, water, and sewer

1.
Will this action result in a Budget Amendment? No 2. Is this a Strategic Decision? No

If Yes, Priority Goals Supported arelisted below. If No, will it harm the intent or success ofthe Strategic Plan? No

Tagged Passions:strategic and budget

PLANNING ZONING/HEARING EXAMINER/STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:

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SUMMARY EXPLANATION AND BACKGROUND: 1. Everest Water Reclamation Facility (WRF) has three 2000 KW stationary emergency

generators , one of the generators experienced a major failure and will need to be replaced with new generator parts. The emergency generators at the Everest WRF maintain proper operation of the wastewater treatment processes along with proper distribution and/or disposal of reclaimed water generated from the treatment process.

Tagged Passions:utility, Utility, water, emergency, sewer, and facility

2.
Pantropic Power, Inc. is the sole authorized dealer for Caterpillar parts and service in 13 counties, including Lee County and has quoted a 14 to 16 week lead time to manufacture, transport and install the required back-end unit.

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3.
As an authorized Caterpillar dealer, Pantropic Power, Inc. maintains an inventory of replacement parts and a staff of factory trained technicians to provide support and services to users of Caterpillar products. Caterpillar Technicians are able to diagnose and repair Caterpillar engines and equipment, using Caterpillar Electronic Technician (Cat ET) and Caterpillar Service Information System (Cat SIS). Cat ET is diagnostic software required to communicate, diagnose and service electronically controlled Caterpillar engines and machines.

4. This request is to purchase the new back-end unit with delivery and installation plus the 3-year manufacturer s warranty of the entire generator for a cost of 226,401.50 with a 10 City controlled contingency of 22,640.15 for a total cost of 249,041.65.

Tagged Passions:services, pets, purchasing, information technology, equipment, and Information Technology

5.
City-Controlled Contingency: Expenditure of contingency, if any, will be subject to approval of specific change orders by the Utilities Director, if justified based upon identified needs with an appropriate scope and cost to address those needs.

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6.
On May 9, 2018 a Sole/Single Source posting notice was issued and advertised to evaluate the market and/or give access to any other manufacturer to meet the City s requirement. No responses were received.

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7.
This purchase is pursuant to Section 2-144 (C) (2) (a) of the City of Cape Coral Code of Ordinances authorized the City to award contracts without competition upon the determination of the Procurement Manager that there is only one source for the required supply, service or construction item.

8. Section 2-144 (c) (2) (a) states that a purchase can be categorized as a Single Source purchase when there are multiple distributors of the item, however, the manufacturer may have designated exclusive territorial sales boundaries.

Tagged Passions:contract, manager, purchasing, ordinance, sale, and construction

9.
Funding information: 4050101.662601 Improvements Other Than Buildings. ( 250,000 unencumbered)

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LEGAL REVIEW: Legal reviewed the contract

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Tagged Passions:contract and legal

EXHIBITS: Department Memo Resolution 113-18 Caterpillar Authorized Distributor letter

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PREPARED BY: Wanda Roop Division- Procurement Department- Utilities

Tagged Passions:utility, Utility, and purchasing

SOURCE OF ADDITIONAL INFORMATION: Jeff Pearson, Utilities Director

Tagged Passions:utility, curriculum, and Utility

ATTACHMENTS: Description Type Department Memo Backup Material Resolution 113-18 Resolution Caterpillar Authorized Distributor Letter Backup Material

Item Number: B.(2) Meeting Date: 8/6/2018 Item Type: CONSENT AGENDA AGENDA REQUEST FORM CITY OF CAPE CORAL TITLE: Resolution 152-18 Approve contract CON-PB-FIN18-106/CV a piggyback of Polk County, Florida s agreement with Commercial Risk Management, Inc. for the Third Party Administrator For Self Insured Workers Compensation Claims, for the five (5) year period specified in the contract, and authorize the City Manager to execute the contract and any amendments, renewals, and related documents. The Polk County contract was competitively solicited on January 2018; Department: Finance; Estimated Total Contract Value (5 years): 393,660; (FY19 81,900. FY20 76,940. FY21 76,940. FY22 78,940. FY23 78,940; (Property Liability Insurance- Internal Service Fund) REQUESTED ACTION: Approve or Deny STRATEGIC PLAN INFO:
Tagged Passions:compensation, strategic, property, contract, commercial, administrator, manager, risk, finance, and insurance

1.
Will this action result in a Budget Amendment? No 2. Is this a Strategic Decision? No

If Yes, Priority Goals Supported arelisted below. If No, will it harm the intent or success ofthe Strategic Plan?

Tagged Passions:strategic and budget

PLANNING ZONING/HEARING EXAMINER/STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:

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Tagged Passions:hearing, zoning, and planning

SUMMARY EXPLANATION AND BACKGROUND: 1. A third-party administrator (TPA) is an organization that processes insurance claims or certain

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aspects of employee benefit plans for a separate entity. The City of Cape Coral utilizes a TPA to process its self-insured insurance programs.

2. While reviewing the current TPA contract for Workers Compensation Claims with Preferred Governmental Claim Solutions, which expires on September 30, 2018, staff conducted a market research and found a more cost effective vendor and opted to not renew with the existing vendor.
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3.
The request is to piggyback Polk County Contract which was solicited January 2018 with multiple responses received. The recent solicitation, RFP 18-053, performed by Polk County, Florida deemed Commercial Risk Management, Inc. the responsive and responsible bidder. The Request for proposal (RFP) documents were fully vetted by staff and meets City of Cape Coral requirement

Tagged Passions:solicitation, contract, commercial, RFP, rfp, and risk

4.
Polk County awarded a five-year contract effective April 19, 2018 through April 18, 2023 to Commercial Risk Management. The City was granted approval by Polk County to piggyback

their agreement with Commercial Risk Management, Inc. for Third-Party Administration of Workers Compensation Claims. 5. If approved, the contract shall be effective from October 1, 2018 through April 18, 2023. 6. This is a budgeted item. Contract contingent on annual appropriation - FY19 81,900. FY20 76,940. FY21 76,940. FY22 78,940. FY23 78,940. 7. Funding Information: 500210.634120 (Workers Compensation Insurance/Outside Server

Tagged Passions:compensation, contract, commercial, budget, risk, grant, funding, and insurance

LEGAL REVIEW: Contract reviewed by Legal

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EXHIBITS: Resolution 152-18 Department Recommendation

PREPARED BY: Wanda Roop Division- Procurement Department- Finance

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SOURCE OF ADDITIONAL INFORMATION: Victoria Bateman, Financial Services Director

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ATTACHMENTS: Description Type Department Recommendation Backup Material Resolution 152-18 Resolution

Exhibit A Item Number: B.(3) Meeting Date: 8/6/2018 Item Type: CONSENT AGENDA AGENDA REQUEST FORM CITY OF CAPE CORAL TITLE: Resolution 154-18 Award Bid ITB- PW18-72/CV Bridge Repair Surfside Blvd Over Maxine Canal Bridge 125724, for the maintenance repairs and rehabilitation of the bridge, to The Walker Contracting Group, Inc., as the lowest responsive and responsible bidder for the total base bid amount of 110,594, plus a 10 City-Controlled contingency in the amount of 11,059, for a total of 121,653, and authorize the City Manager to execute the contract, purchase order, amendments and/or change orders related to this project; Department: Public Works Department/Maintenance Division; Estimated Dollar Amount 121,653; (General Fund) REQUESTED ACTION: Approve or Deny STRATEGIC PLAN INFO:
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1.
Will this action result in a Budget Amendment? No 2. Is this a Strategic Decision? Yes

If Yes, Priority Goals Supported arelisted below. If No, will it harm the intent or success ofthe Strategic Plan?

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ELEMENT C: INVEST IN COMMUNITY INFRASTRUCTURE INCLUDING UTILITIES EXPANSION IMPROVEMENTS TO ENHANCE THE CITY'S ABILITY TO MEET THE NEEDS OF ITS CURRENT AND FUTURE RESIDENTS AND BUSINESSES

Tagged Passions:utility, expansion, Utility, and business

PLANNING ZONING/HEARING EXAMINER/STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:

No additional detail provided

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SUMMARY EXPLANATION AND BACKGROUND: 1. Significant deterioration of the concrete underside of the northern most bridge on Surfside

Blvd. has been observed and monitored by staff over recent years. 2. On May 9, 2018, the City of Cape Coral issued Invitation to Bid ITB-PW18-72/CV for the Bridge Repair on Surfside Blvd over Maxine Canal Bridge 125724, for the maintenance repairs on the bridge.

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3.
On June 20, 2018, Bids were opened from the following eight (8) firms: Construction Management of Florida, Inc., E D Coatings, Inc., M J Construction Company of Pinellas County, Inc., Premiere Corrosion Protection, Sieg Ambachtsheer, Thomas Marine Construction, Walker Contracting Group, and Wright Construction Group.

No additional detail provided

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4.
After review of all bids submitted, The Walker Contracting Group, Inc., was deemed the most responsive and responsible bidder meeting all specifications.

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5.
Staff recommends awarding contract CON-PW18-72/CV to The Walker Contracting

Group, Inc. of Naples FL as the lowest responsive responsible bidder meeting the requirements of the bid documents 6. If approved, the contract amount is 110,594 plus a 10 City controlled contingency in the amount of 11,059 for a project total of 121,653.

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7.
City controlled contingency: Expenditure of contingency, if any, will be subject to approval of specific change orders by the City s project manager, if justified upon identified needs with an appropriate scope and cost to address those needs.

No additional detail provided

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8.
Funding: Business Units 130103.653102 and 3040019.663131

No additional detail provided

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LEGAL REVIEW: Contract reviewed by Legal

No additional detail provided

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EXHIBITS: Department Recommendation Memo Resolution 154-18 Bid Matrix - ITB- PW18-72/CV

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PREPARED BY: Wanda Roop Division- Procurement Department- Finance

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SOURCE OF ADDITIONAL INFORMATION: Paul Clinghan, Public Works Director

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ATTACHMENTS: Description Type Department Recommendation Memo Backup Material Resolution 154-18 Resolution Bid Matrix - ITB- PW18-72/CV Backup Material

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City of Cape Coral Bid : ITB-PW18-72/CV Bridge Repair Surfside Boulevard Over Maxine Canal - Bridge 125724 Bid Opening date: June 20, 2018

Criteria Construction Management of Florida, Inc. Vero Beach, FL
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E
D Coatings, Inc. Savannah, GA

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M
J Construction Company

of Pinellas County, Inc. Tarpon Springs, FL
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Premiere Corrosion Protection Services, Inc.

Tampa, FL Sieg Ambachtsheer, Inc. Deland, FL
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Thomas Marine Construction, Inc.

Fort Myers, FL The Walker Contracting Group, Inc. Naples, FL Wright Construction Group, Inc. Fort Myers, FL TOTAL BASE BID 112,389.08 196,668.00 175,304.00 170,205.00 153,840.00 124,523.00 110,594.00 268,036.00
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Recommendation as the lowest responsive responsible bidder: The Walker Contracting Group, Inc.

Item Number: B.(4) Meeting Date: 8/6/2018 Item Type: CONSENT AGENDA AGENDA REQUEST FORM CITY OF CAPE CORAL
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TITLE: Resolution 158-18 Approve the Selection Advisory Committee (SAC) ranking of the Request for Proposal (RFP) RFP-UT18-58/MC to engage a firm to provide professional design services for the Design of Nicholas Parkway Waterline Replacement, Paving and Drainage Improvement project and authorize the City Manager or Designee to enter into negotiation with the number one ranked firm, David Douglas Associates, Inc. Department: Utilities; Dollar Value: N/A; (Fund: N/A)

REQUESTED ACTION: Approve or Deny STRATEGIC PLAN INFO:
Tagged Passions:utility, Utility, strategic, services, administrator, RFP, manager, rfp, selection, stormwater, and water

1.
Will this action result in a Budget Amendment? No 2. Is this a Strategic Decision? Yes

If Yes, Priority Goals Supported arelisted below. If No, will it harm the intent or success ofthe Strategic Plan?

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ELEMENT C: INVEST IN COMMUNITY INFRASTRUCTURE INCLUDING UTILITIES EXPANSION IMPROVEMENTS TO ENHANCE THE CITY'S ABILITY TO MEET THE NEEDS OF ITS CURRENT AND FUTURE RESIDENTS AND BUSINESSES

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PLANNING ZONING/HEARING EXAMINER/STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:

No additional detail provided

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SUMMARY EXPLANATION AND BACKGROUND: 1. On May 2, 2018, a Request for Proposal RFP- UT18-58/MC was issued seeking qualified

firms to provide the engineering design of Nicholas Parkway Waterline Replacement, Paving and Drainage Improvement Project.

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2.
On June 5, 2018, three (3) firms responded to the RFP. The three (3) firms in alphabetical order are: David Douglas Associates, Inc.; Johnson Engineering, Inc.; Q. Grady Minor Associates, P.A.

No additional detail provided

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3.
Proposals were evaluated based on City of Cape Coral, Code of Ordinance Article VII: Purchase and Sale of Real and Personal Property Section 2-144 (h) Consultant s Competitive Negotiation Act.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:services, property, purchasing, ordinance, and sale

4.
On July 24, 2018, the Selection Advisory Committee (SAC) interviewed the three (3) firms recommended by the evaluation committee. The SAC ranked the firms in the following order: 1 David Douglas Associates, Inc.; 2 Johnson Engineering, Inc.; 3 Q. Grady Minor Associates, P.A.

5. Upon Council approval, staff will begin contract negotiations with the 1 ranked firm and will

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bring back a contract for Council approval. In the event that the City is unable to negotiate a contract with the 1 ranked firm, staff will begin negotiations with the 2 ranked firm and so on.

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6.
The negotiated contract will be brought forward to Council for approval on a later date 7. Funding Information: N/A

LEGAL REVIEW: N/A
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EXHIBITS: SAC Recommendation Resolution 158-18 SAC Summary Matrix

No additional detail provided

PREPARED BY: Wanda Roop Division- Procurement Department- Finance

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SOURCE OF ADDITIONAL INFORMATION: Selection Advisory Committee Jeff Pearson, Utilities Director

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ATTACHMENTS: Description Type SAC Recommendation Memo Backup Material Resolution 158-18 Resolution SAC Summary Matrix Backup Material

TO: FROM: DATE: SUBJECT:

CITY OF CAPE CORAL FINANCIAL SERVICE DEPARTMENT

John Szerlag , City Manager Wanda Roop, SAC Cha,i. j) Procurement Manager IJ'.- July 25, 2018
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Selection Advisory Committee (SAC) recommendation for RFP-UT18-58/MC Request for Proposal - Design of Nicholas Parkway Waterline Replacement and Paving and Drainage Improvements

On June 5, 2018, three (3) proposals were received for the Design of Nicholas Parkway Waterline Replacement and Paving and Drainage Improvements - Request for Proposal , RFP-UT18-58/MC. An evaluation committee reviewed all proposals and recommended all firms to the Selection Advisory Committee (SAC) . The three (3) firms, listed in alphabetical order, were David Douglas Associates, Inc. ; Johnson Engineering , Inc; Q. Grady Minor Associates , P.A. The firms made a presentation , to the Selection Advisory Committee (SAC), on July 24, 2018 and were evaluated based on the proposer's ability to demonstrate understanding of the City's requirements and plans for meeting them; the professional qualifications and related staff experience; the prior experience and references of the firm ; prior experience with the City of Cape Coral , the size and organizational structure of the firm , local vendor preference and Small Business Certification status

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The SAC, based on the presentation given by the three (3) firms, ranked the firms as follows:

1
David Douglas Associates, Inc. 2 Johnson Engineering , Inc. 3 Q. Grady Minor Associates , P.A.

The recommendation for approval of ranking and entering negotiation with the 1 ranked firm will be presented to City Council for approval on August 6, 2018.
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MC/WR

c: SAC members Evaluation Committee

City of Cape Coral SAC Committee Meeting - July 24, 2018

Proposal Matrix - Design of Nicholas Parkway Waterline Replacement, Paving and Drainage Improvements

Understanding of City's Requirements and Plans for Meeting Them Possible Points = 35 Professional Qualifications, Related Experience and Adequacy of Personnel , Specific Project Experience Possible Points = 30 Qualification / Experience of Key Personnel and Team Possible Points = 10
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Prior Experience and references of the

proposer Possible Points = 10 Team Management Ability to Complete

Work (size and organization structure)

Possible Points = 10

Prior Experience with City of Cape Coral Possible points = 5

Local Professional = (0-10) SWMBE (0-5) Total Ranking

David Douglas Associates Inc 1821 Victoria Avenue Fort Myers, FL 33901 33 29 9 10 9 5 7 0 102 1

Q.
Grady Minor Associates, P.A. 3800 Via Del Rey Bonita Springs, FL 34134 31 28 9 9 9 4 7 0 97 3

Johnson Engineering, Inc. 2122 Johnson Street Fort Myers, FL 33901 33 28 10 9 9 4 7 0 100 2 Item Number: B.(5) Meeting Date: 8/6/2018 Item Type: CONSENT AGENDA AGENDA REQUEST FORM CITY OF CAPE CORAL

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TITLE: Resolution 160-18 Ratify and Authorize the Emergency Purchase to Ric-Man Construction Florida, Inc. for the lining of an existing 450 Linear Ft. 48 x 72 (60 round equivalent) Horizontal Elliptical Reinforced Concrete Pipe (HERCP) underneath Cape Coral Parkway, S.E. 5th Place and S.E. 47th Terrace which the drainage structure connects the Rubicon Canal to the Bimini Basin in the amount of 279,450 with a 10 city controlled contingency of 27,945 for a total amount of 307,395; And authorize the City Manager or Designee to execute the purchase order, contract and any related document; Department: Public Works; Dollar value 307,395; (Stormwater Fund)

REQUESTED ACTION: Approve or Deny STRATEGIC PLAN INFO:

Tagged Passions:Public Works, public works, strategic, contract, administrator, manager, purchasing, watershed, stormwater, emergency, and construction

1.
Will this action result in a Budget Amendment? No 2. Is this a Strategic Decision? No

If Yes, Priority Goals Supported arelisted below. If No, will it harm the intent or success ofthe Strategic Plan? No

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PLANNING ZONING/HEARING EXAMINER/STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:

No additional detail provided

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SUMMARY EXPLANATION AND BACKGROUND: 1. On 5/14/18, the City contracted with Ric-Man Construction through Resolution 114-18 to

install a temporary cofferdam and clean an existing 48 X 72 (60 round equivalent) Horizontal Elliptical Reinforced Concrete Pipe (HERCP) underneath Cape Coral Parkway, S.E. 5th Place, and S.E. 47th Terrace . This drainage structure connects the Rubicon Canal to the Bimini Basin.

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2.
Ric-Man has completed the cleaning of the pipe. They have uncovered leaky joints between each HERCP segment which are experiencing groundwater inflow into the pipe.

3. As of the date of this memo, 18 joints have been identified as failing. With failing joints comes sediment erosion which causes cavities above the pipe from the displaced soil which ultimately can result in road failure from the ground collapsing.

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4.
Due to the safety issue and urgency, several options were considered to repair this failure: 1) Grouting the joints from above; 2) Sleeving a new HDPE pipe inside the HERCP and filling the annular space with flowable fill, and 3) Cured in place pipe (CIPP).

No additional detail provided

5.
Staff reviewed all options and concluded that the best option to seal the joints and avoid road collapse is Option 3, CIPP line the HERCP. Once a resolution was determined, the

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urgency became the time necessary to correct it. The liner takes two (2) weeks to manufacture and deliver with another week for installation. For any service/commodities over 50,000, the purchase would require a formal sealed bid, even expediting the solicitation it would take at least 2 3 months.

6. To safeguard the welfare of the traveling public and expedite the repair, an emergency purchase was determined to be necessary being made with such competition as is practicable in accordance with the City of Cape Coral Ordinance, Chapter 2, Article VII, Division 1, Section 2-144 (d) Emergency Purchases.
Tagged Passions:solicitation, RFP, rfp, purchasing, ordinance, travel, and emergency

7.
Ric-Man construction has a 5-year contract with the City for Stormwater CIPP lining. A separate quote has been obtained for this size HERCP CIPP liner and it was compared to previous lining quotes of this size in the city and the Lee County contract for the same service. Based on this review, this price is competitive with those awards.

No additional detail provided

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8.
Additionally, Ric-Man construction has a cofferdam installed now for the culvert cleaning underway inside the 48 X 72 HERCP. Any other company would have to install their own cofferdam and prepare the HERCP for lining. Because we already have Ric-Man on site with a cofferdam we are essentially obtaining the benefit of the cleaning services for the lining contract. This equates to cost avoidance of 59,200 for a temporary cofferdam. If approved, the contract, with Ric-Man Construction, FL, Inc., would be for the amount of 279,450 with a 10 city controlled contingency of 27,945 for a total amount of 307,395.

No additional detail provided

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9.
The Project Manager is requesting a City Controlled Contingency: The expenditure of contingency, if any, will be subject to approval of specific change orders by City's Project Manager, if justified, upon identified needs with an appropriate scope and cost to address specific needs.

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10.
Funding Information: Stormwater Fund

LEGAL REVIEW:

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EXHIBITS: Department Memo Resolution 160-18 Emergency Fact Sheet

No additional detail provided

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PREPARED BY: Wanda Roop Division- Procurement Department- Finance

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SOURCE OF ADDITIONAL INFORMATION: Paul Clinghan, Public Works Director

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ATTACHMENTS: Description Type Department Memo Backup Material Resolution 160-18 Resolution Emergency Fact Sheet Backup Material

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CITY OF CAPE CORAL EMERGENCY PURCHASE FACT SHEET

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DATE: 7/12/2018 REQUESTER: Public Works Department. ____ _ DEPARTMENT: PW

--'--'--'------- REQUISITION : ___________ _ DIVISION: PW -----------
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EQUIPMENT/FACILITY REQUIRING EMERGENCY ACTION: 450 linear feet of 48 X 72 horizontal elliptical reinforced concrete pipe (HERCP) . 60 round

equivalent.
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DESCRIBE CONSEQUENCES IF NOT HANDLED AS AN EMERGENCY: The City contracted with Ric-Man Construction on 5/14/18 through Resolution 114-18 to install

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a
temporary cofferdam and clean an existing 48 X 72 HERCP (60 round equivalent) underneath Cape Coral Parkway. This structure connects the Rubicon Canal to the Bimini Basin. Ric-Man has been working for the past two weeks cleaning the HERCP. During this timeframe Ric-Man has cleaned about 2/3 of the pipe. As they have been uncovering the joints between each HERCP segment they have experienced groundwater inflow into the pipe. This is an indication of failing joints. With failing joints comes sediment erosion which causes cavities above the pipe from the displaced soil. Ultimately this results in road failure from the ground collapsing. Safety of the traveling public is top priority. As such , due to the failing HERCP joints we must find a way to stop the water intrusion and associated soil displacement. Several options were considered to repair this failure. Grouting the joints from above, sleeving a new HOPE pipe inside the HERCP and filling the annular space with flowable fill, and cured in place pipe (GIPP). After reviewing all these options with our UEP Manager and our Design and Construction Manager, the best option to seal the joints and avoid road collapse is to GIPP line the HERCP. Ric-Man construction has a 5-year contract with the City for Stormwater GIPP lining; however, this size pipe is not part of the contract. A separate quote has been obtained for this size HERCP GIPP liner and it was compared to previous lining of this size in the city and the Lee County contract for the same service. Based on this review, this price is competitive with those awards.

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NAMES OF COMPANIES CONTACTED AND THEIR QUOTES:

COMPANY NAME CONTACT AMOUNT 1. Ric-Man Construction. ______ --=-J-=o.:....:.h'-'-n-=D:......:'A-:.l=e-=ss=a=n..;..:d;;.;..r..;;;..o _____ _. ' 2=2' 8....._,3 -'0:......:0 ______ _ REASON(S) FOR NOT OBTAINING QUOTES: Ric-Man construction has installed a cofferdam and is currently inside the 48 X 72 HERCP. Any other company would have to install their own cofferdam and prepare the HERCP for lining. Because we already have Ric-Man on site with a cofferdam we are essentially obtaining the benefit of the cleaning services for the lining contract. This equates to cost avoidance of 59,200 for a temporary cofferdam. Additionally, the liner takes 2 weeks to manufacture and deliver with another week for installation. According to Procurement, obtaining quotes and following a hard-bid situation would add at least 2 months to this process allowing the failing joints to further erode the road substrate, plus we would be paying for another cofferdam installation . SIGNATURES: QC : . r\f\ DEPARTMENT DIRECTOR: \, DATE:_ __.__( r l l > __ PROCUREMENT MANAGER: ______________ DATE: _____ _ In accordance with The City of Cape Coral Ordinance, Chapter 2, Article VII, Division 1, Sec. 2-144(d) Emergency Purchases , The City Manager shall approve all emergency requisitions in excess of 20, 000. 00. Any emergency purchases in excess of 50, 000 must be approved by the City Council either before or as soon as practicable after the purchase.
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Notwithstanding any other provisions of this ordinance, the Procurement Manager may make, or authorize others to make, emergency purchases of supplies, services, or construction items when there exists a threat to public health, welfare, or safety; provided that such emergency purchases shall be made with such competition as is practicable under the circumstances.

FOR PROCUREMENT USE ONLY: PURCHASE ORDER _________ _ COUNCIL APPROVAL DATE: _________ _ Revised 5122108 Item Number: B.(6) Meeting Date: 8/6/2018 Item Type: CONSENT AGENDA AGENDA REQUEST FORM CITY OF CAPE CORAL
Tagged Passions:services, council, health, manager, purchasing, ordinance, emergency, and construction

TITLE: Resolution 171-18 Approval of the 2018-2019 Program-Funded State and Local Task Force Agreement (TFA) between the United States Department of Justice, Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA), and the City of Cape Coral o/b/o the Cape Coral Police Department and authorizing the Chief of Police to execute all necessary documents. Renewal; Department: Police Department; Dollar Value: Not to exceed 18,343; (reimbursement by DEA)

REQUESTED ACTION: Approve or Deny STRATEGIC PLAN INFO:
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1.
Will this action result in a Budget Amendment? No 2. Is this a Strategic Decision? Yes

If Yes, Priority Goals Supported arelisted below. If No, will it harm the intent or success ofthe Strategic Plan? ELEMENT E: INCREASE QUALITY OF LIFE FOR OUR CITIZENS BY DELIVERING PROGRAMS AND SERVICES THAT FOSTER A SAFE COMMUNITY

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PLANNING ZONING/HEARING EXAMINER/STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:

No additional detail provided

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SUMMARY EXPLANATION AND BACKGROUND: 1. This marks the 25th year this TFA will be renewed with DEA. 2. The continuation of this agreement facilitates the extension of a long-standing and successful local-state and federal partnership in Lee County. The merits of this TFA are seen in the numerous arrests and seizures during its existence. 3. With the current TFA expiring September 30, 2018, this renewal will extend that period to September 30, 2019. 4. Pursuant to the TFA, the Police Department will continue to assign one investigator, when available, to the Task Force whose overtime costs will be reimbursed to the City by DEA for an amount not to exceed 18,343.75.

LEGAL REVIEW: EXHIBITS: Resolution 171-18

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PREPARED BY: Martha LaForest Division- Administration Department- Police

No additional detail provided

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SOURCE OF ADDITIONAL INFORMATION: Police Chief David Newlan, 574-0623

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ATTACHMENTS: Description Type Resolution 171-18 Resolution

Exhibit A Item Number: B.(7) Meeting Date: 8/6/2018 Item Type: CONSENT AGENDA AGENDA REQUEST FORM CITY OF CAPE CORAL

TITLE: Resolution 175-18 Acceptance of a Public Utility Drainage Easement to complete the perimeter easement around newly assembled sites at 2219 Chiquita Boulevard South and 2307 SW 15th Place (Strap s: 27-44-23-C4-04405.0160 -04405.0010); Department: Financial Services / Real Estate Division; Dollar Value: N/A; (Fund: N/A)

REQUESTED ACTION: Approve or Deny STRATEGIC PLAN INFO:
Tagged Passions:utility, Utility, strategic, services, streets, sites, finance, stormwater, and easement

1.
Will this action result in a Budget Amendment? No 2. Is this a Strategic Decision? No

If Yes, Priority Goals Supported arelisted below. If No, will it harm the intent or success ofthe Strategic Plan? No

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PLANNING ZONING/HEARING EXAMINER/STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:

No additional detail provided

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SUMMARY EXPLANATION AND BACKGROUND: 1. The subject sites are located at the northeast corner of Veteran s Memorial Parkway and Chiquita Boulevard South.

No additional detail provided

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2.
The property owner has been assembling lots within Blocks 4404 and 4405 for many years. In August 2017, City Council adopted Resolution 111-17 vacating the alley right of way and platted utility and drainage easements within the two blocks. A condition of the Resolution provided for the property owner to grant the City a perimeter utility and drainage easement around the two combined blocks. Subsequent to the adoption of the Resolution and granting of the perimeter easement, the property owner split the assembled parcel into two separate strap numbers.

3. Acceptance of the easement will provide the City with a complete perimeter easement around each parcel and the right to access and maintain City facilities within the easement areas. This easement is being provided at no cost to the City. 4. Recommend acceptance of the Public Utility Drainage Easement around the assembled sites at 2219 Chiquita Boulevard South and 2307 SW 15th Place. LEGAL REVIEW: EXHIBITS: Resolution 175-18 Property Appraiser Sheets Public Utility Drainage Easement
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PREPARED BY: Dawn Y. Andrews, Property Broker Division-

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Real Estate Department-

Financial Services

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SOURCE OF ADDITIONAL INFORMATION: Dawn Y. Andrews, Property Broker Financial Services / Real Estate Division 239-574-0735

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ATTACHMENTS: Description Type Resolution 175-18 Resolution PA Sheet for 2219 Chiquita Boulevard South Backup Material PA Sheet for 2307 SW 15th Place Backup Material Public Utility Drainage Easement - Blk 4405 Backup Material

PERMANENT UTILITY DRAINAGE EASEMENT This Grant of Easement, made this / J day of :::(IA t,,,'( , 2018 by and between Fern Sharon Brereton, Individually and as Trustee of the Brereton Joint Revocable Trust created under Trust Agreement dated May 30, 2013, whose mailing address is 4120 E. Steamboat Bend, 403, Fort Myers, Florida 33919 as Granter , and the City of Cape Coral, a Florida municipal corporation, as Grantee .

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WITNESSETH that said Granter, for and in consideration of the sum of Ten and 00/100 Dollars ( 10.00) and other good and valuable consideration to said Granter in hand paid by said Grantee, the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged, has granted and conveyed to the said Grantee, and Grantee's successors and assigns forever, a perpetual non-exclusive easement to survey, construct, operate, maintain, remove, replace or abandon drainage and/or utility facilities, in, along, under, above and upon the following described land, situate, lying and being in Lee County, Florida, to wit:

A parcel of land 12.00 foot wide for public utility and drainage easement purposes lying in Section 27, Township 44 South, Range 23 East, also being a portion of Lots 15, 16, 51 and 52, Block 4405, as shown on the Plat of Cape Coral Unit 63, recorded in Plat Book 21 at Pages 48 through 81 of the Public Records of Lee County, Florida and being more particularly described in Exhibit A attached hereto and incorporated herein by reference.

Tagged Passions:utility, Utility, property, public records, stormwater, zoning, grant, and easement

Reserving unto the Granter, her successors and assigns forever, the right to construct, maintain, install, operate and place upon the Easement Area described herein, any surface improvements, excluding buildings, to include but not be limited to, parking lots, driveways, sidewalks, curbing, landscaping provided that such does not unreasonably interfere with the drainage and/or utility facilities constructed within said property. Granter, her successors and assigns, agrees to assume all liability for any damage to any surface improvements constructed by Granter within the above easement, which result from the actions of the Grantee, including but not limited to any construction, maintenance or repairs to the drainage and/or utility facilities located within the above described easement in accordance with Section 3.14.5 of the City of Cape Coral Land Use and Development Regulations.

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(REMAINDER OF PAGE INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK)

In Witness Whereof, Granter has hereunto set her hand the day and year first above written. Witness - Print or Type Name

STATE OF: p - COUNTY OF: l-6

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ciwAL'- Fern Sharon Brereton, Individually

cLL )/\. Fern Sharon Brereton, as Trustee of the Brereton Joint Revocable Trust created under Trust Agreement dated May 30, 2013

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J
tf The foregoing instrument was acknowledged before me this I I day vu/, r I 20.L.Q_ by Fern Sharon Brereton, Individually and as Trustee of the Brereton Joint Revocable Trust created under Trust AgreEW1ent dated ay 30, 2013 who is I is not personally known by me or has produced

Yl= 0, t... . as identification. (DESCRIBE IDENTIFICATION) Prepared by: CITY OF CAPE CORAL P.O. BOX 150027 CAPE CORAL, FLORIDA 33915-0027 STRAP: 27-44-23-C4-04405.0010 27-44-23-C4-04405.0160 ... '' ,,,, MARY A. GENCA o< ''/ ' . \ 11N COMMISSION GG 039701 -6- l EXPIRES: October 1B,2020 - .. o F'i, 't)' Bonded ThN Notary Public Underwriters '' rtu ' 12' Public Utility Drainage Easement CC-17-0011) A Parcel of land lying in Section 27, Township 44 South, Range 23 East, also being a portion of Lots 15, 16, 51 and 52, Block 4405, as shown on the Plat of Cape Coral Unit 63, recorded in Plat Book 21 at Pages 48 through 81 of the Public Records of Lee County, Florida; being more particularly described as follows:
Tagged Passions:utility, boards and commissions, Utility, property, public records, stormwater, bond, zoning, and easement

Commence at the Southeast corner of Lot 51, Block 4405, Cape Coral Unit 63, recorded in Plat Book 21 at Pages 48 through 81 of the Public Records of Lee County, Florida; Thence run S 89 34' 44 W, along the South line of said Lot 51, for a distance of 6.00 feet to a point on the West line of a 6' Public Utility and Drainage Easement, recorded in Instrument 2018000003788 of the Public Records of Lee County, Florida; also being the Point of Beginning; Thence run S 00 19'08 W, along said West line, for a distance of 6.00 feet; Thence run S 89 34'44 W, along a line parallel with and 6.00' South of the South lines of Lot 51 and Lot 16, Block 4405, for a distance of 258.00 feet to a point on the East line of a 6' Public Utility and Drainage Easement, recorded in Instrument 2018000003788 of the Public Records of Lee County, Florida; Thence run N 00 19'08 W, along said East line, for a distance of 12.00 feet to a point on a line being 6.00' North of and parallel to the South lines of Lot 16 and Lot 51, Block 4405; Thence run N 89 34'44 E, along said line, for a distance of 258.00 feet to a point on the West line of a 6' Public Utility and Drainage Easement, recorded in lnstrument 2018000003788 of the Public Records oflee County, Florida; Thence run S 00 19'08 E, along said line, for a distance of 12.00 feet to the Point of Beginning.

Tagged Passions:utility, Utility, public records, stormwater, zoning, and easement

Parcel contains 3096 square feet, more or less.

No additional detail provided

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Bearings are based on the Plat of Cape Coral Unit 63, recorded in Plat Book 21 at Pages 48 through 81 of the Public Records of Lee County, Florida.

Subject to Easements, Reservations and Restrictions of Record. SHEET 1OF2 Digitally signed by Toh; Chernesky, PSM 5426 DN: en= Tom Chernes . PSM 5426, o=City of Cape Coral, ou=Public:'Works Survey Division, email= TChernes@ca ecofal;net, c=US Date: 201 a.07.1 o 10:os:so -04'06'
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LEGEND: P. 0. c. POINT or COMMENCEMENT P.O.B. POINT or BEGINNING l.N. INSTRUMENT NUMBER P. U. PUBLIC UTILITY EASEMENT D. DRAINAGE EASEMENT

CENTERLINE (P) PLAT P. B. PLA T BOOK PCS. PAGES

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S.W. 23rd STREET (60' RIGHT-OF-WAY CY - PROJECT NUMBER: CALCULATED BY. CHECKED BY: 2017-0011 DRAWN BY: FY -SURVEY WORK ORDER NUMBER: APPROVED: 18-030 SCALE: J,, 1- : I i t I I 12 I I 55

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815 NICHOLAS PARKWAY, CAPE CORAL, FL. 33990 PHONE:(239 574-0701

57 SHEET 2 OF 2 NOT VALID WITHOUT SHEET 1 OF 2

SKETCH TO ACCOMPANY DESCRIPTION 12' P.U.E D.E IN BLOCK 4405

CAPE CORAL UNIT63, P.B. 21, PGS. 48-81 SECTION 27, TOWNSHIP 44 SOUTH, RANGE 23 EAST, LEE COUNTY, FLORIDA FIELD BOOK S) I PAGE S): I SURVEY JOB: I DRAWING NUMBER:

2018-0049 CC-18-0010.DWG

Tax Year 2017

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Owner Of Record - Sole Owner BRERETON FERN S TR FOR BRERETON TRUST 14380 RIVA DEL LAGO DR APT 1605 FORT MYERS FL 33907

Site Address 2219 CHIQUITA BLVD S CAPE CORAL FL 33991 Property Description Do not use for legal documents CAPE CORAL UNIT 63 PB 21 PG 49 BLK 4405 LOTS 16 THRU 51 VAC ALLEY + ROW AS DESC IN INST 2013000283451 Classification / DOR Code VACANT COMMERCIAL / 10

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Current Working Values Just 183,435 As Of 07/16/2018 Attributes Land Units Of Measure SF Units 194132.00 Frontage 0 Depth 0 Total Number of Buildings 0 Total Bedrooms / Bathrooms 0 Total Living Area 0 1st Year Building on Tax Roll N/A Historic District No
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Next Parcel Number Previous Parcel Number Tax Estimator Cape Coral Fees Tax Bills Print Lee County Property Appraiser Property Data STRAP: 27-44-23-C4-04405.0160 Folio ID: 10584863 Exemptions Values (2017 Tax Roll) Taxing Authorities Sales / Transactions
Tagged Passions:property, taxes, Taxes, and sale

Parcel Numbering History This parcel was recently involved in a split or combination.

Location Information Solid Waste (Garbage) Roll Data Flood and Storm Information Page 1 of 2Lee County Property Appraiser - Online Parcel Inquiry 7/18/2018http://www.leepa.org/Display/DisplayParcel.aspx?FolioID=10584863 TRIM (proposed tax) Notices are available for the following tax years [ 2017 ] Previous Parcel Number Next Parcel Number New Query Search Results Home Appraisal Details (2017 Tax Roll) Appraisal Details (Current Working Values) Page 2 of 2Lee County Property Appraiser - Online Parcel Inquiry 7/18/2018http://www.leepa.org/Display/DisplayParcel.aspx?FolioID=10584863 Tax Year 2017

Tagged Passions:utility, flooding, Utility, property, taxes, Taxes, history, and solid waste

Owner Of Record - Sole Owner BRERETON FERN S TR FOR BRERETON TRUST 14380 RIVA DEL LAGO DR APT 1605 FORT MYERS FL 33907

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Site Address 2307 SW 15TH PL CAPE CORAL FL 33991

Property Description Do not use for legal documents CAPE CORAL UNIT 63 PB 21 PG 49 BLK 4404 LOTS 1 THRU 7 + BLK 4405 LOTS 1 THRU 15 + LOTS 52 THRU 66 VAC ALLEY + ROW AS DESC IN INST 2013000283451 Classification / DOR Code VACANT COMMERCIAL / 10
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Current Working Values Just 213,196 As Of 07/16/2018 Attributes Land Units Of Measure SF Units 213196.00 Frontage 0 Depth 0 Total Number of Buildings 0 Total Bedrooms / Bathrooms 0 Total Living Area 0 1st Year Building on Tax Roll N/A Historic District No
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Next Parcel Number Previous Parcel Number Tax Estimator Cape Coral Fees Tax Bills Print Lee County Property Appraiser Property Data STRAP: 27-44-23-C4-04405.0010 Folio ID: 10584862 Exemptions Values (2017 Tax Roll) Taxing Authorities Sales / Transactions
Tagged Passions:property, taxes, Taxes, and sale

Parcel Numbering History This parcel was recently involved in a split or combination.

Location Information Solid Waste (Garbage) Roll Data Flood and Storm Information Page 1 of 2Lee County Property Appraiser - Online Parcel Inquiry 7/18/2018http://www.leepa.org/Display/DisplayParcel.aspx?folioid=10584862 TRIM (proposed tax) Notices are available for the following tax years [ 2017 ] Previous Parcel Number Next Parcel Number New Query Search Results Home Appraisal Details (2017 Tax Roll) Appraisal Details (Current Working Values) Page 2 of 2Lee County Property Appraiser - Online Parcel Inquiry 7/18/2018http://www.leepa.org/Display/DisplayParcel.aspx?folioid=10584862 PERMANENT UTILITY DRAINAGE EASEMENT This Grant of Easement, made this / J day of :::(IA t,,,'( , 2018 by and between Fern Sharon Brereton, Individually and as Trustee of the Brereton Joint Revocable Trust created under Trust Agreement dated May 30, 2013, whose mailing address is 4120 E. Steamboat Bend, 403, Fort Myers, Florida 33919 as Granter , and the City of Cape Coral, a Florida municipal corporation, as Grantee .

Tagged Passions:utility, flooding, Utility, property, taxes, Taxes, stormwater, grant, easement, history, and solid waste

WITNESSETH that said Granter, for and in consideration of the sum of Ten and 00/100 Dollars ( 10.00) and other good and valuable consideration to said Granter in hand paid by said Grantee, the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged, has granted and conveyed to the said Grantee, and Grantee's successors and assigns forever, a perpetual non-exclusive easement to survey, construct, operate, maintain, remove, replace or abandon drainage and/or utility facilities, in, along, under, above and upon the following described land, situate, lying and being in Lee County, Florida, to wit:

A parcel of land 12.00 foot wide for public utility and drainage easement purposes lying in Section 27, Township 44 South, Range 23 East, also being a portion of Lots 15, 16, 51 and 52, Block 4405, as shown on the Plat of Cape Coral Unit 63, recorded in Plat Book 21 at Pages 48 through 81 of the Public Records of Lee County, Florida and being more particularly described in Exhibit A attached hereto and incorporated herein by reference.

Tagged Passions:utility, Utility, property, public records, stormwater, zoning, grant, and easement

Reserving unto the Granter, her successors and assigns forever, the right to construct, maintain, install, operate and place upon the Easement Area described herein, any surface improvements, excluding buildings, to include but not be limited to, parking lots, driveways, sidewalks, curbing, landscaping provided that such does not unreasonably interfere with the drainage and/or utility facilities constructed within said property. Granter, her successors and assigns, agrees to assume all liability for any damage to any surface improvements constructed by Granter within the above easement, which result from the actions of the Grantee, including but not limited to any construction, maintenance or repairs to the drainage and/or utility facilities located within the above described easement in accordance with Section 3.14.5 of the City of Cape Coral Land Use and Development Regulations.

Tagged Passions:utility, Utility, property, streets, development, Pedestrian, stormwater, parking, regulation, Development, easement, and construction

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In Witness Whereof, Granter has hereunto set her hand the day and year first above written. Witness - Print or Type Name

STATE OF: p - COUNTY OF: l-6

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ciwAL'- Fern Sharon Brereton, Individually

cLL )/\. Fern Sharon Brereton, as Trustee of the Brereton Joint Revocable Trust created under Trust Agreement dated May 30, 2013

No additional detail provided

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tf The foregoing instrument was acknowledged before me this I I day vu/, r I 20.L.Q_ by Fern Sharon Brereton, Individually and as Trustee of the Brereton Joint Revocable Trust created under Trust AgreEW1ent dated ay 30, 2013 who is I is not personally known by me or has produced

Yl= 0, t... . as identification. (DESCRIBE IDENTIFICATION) Prepared by: CITY OF CAPE CORAL P.O. BOX 150027 CAPE CORAL, FLORIDA 33915-0027 STRAP: 27-44-23-C4-04405.0010 27-44-23-C4-04405.0160 ... '' ,,,, MARY A. GENCA o< ''/ ' . \ 11N COMMISSION GG 039701 -6- l EXPIRES: October 1B,2020 - .. o F'i, 't)' Bonded ThN Notary Public Underwriters '' rtu ' 12' Public Utility Drainage Easement CC-17-0011) A Parcel of land lying in Section 27, Township 44 South, Range 23 East, also being a portion of Lots 15, 16, 51 and 52, Block 4405, as shown on the Plat of Cape Coral Unit 63, recorded in Plat Book 21 at Pages 48 through 81 of the Public Records of Lee County, Florida; being more particularly described as follows:
Tagged Passions:utility, boards and commissions, Utility, property, public records, stormwater, bond, zoning, and easement

Commence at the Southeast corner of Lot 51, Block 4405, Cape Coral Unit 63, recorded in Plat Book 21 at Pages 48 through 81 of the Public Records of Lee County, Florida; Thence run S 89 34' 44 W, along the South line of said Lot 51, for a distance of 6.00 feet to a point on the West line of a 6' Public Utility and Drainage Easement, recorded in Instrument 2018000003788 of the Public Records of Lee County, Florida; also being the Point of Beginning; Thence run S 00 19'08 W, along said West line, for a distance of 6.00 feet; Thence run S 89 34'44 W, along a line parallel with and 6.00' South of the South lines of Lot 51 and Lot 16, Block 4405, for a distance of 258.00 feet to a point on the East line of a 6' Public Utility and Drainage Easement, recorded in Instrument 2018000003788 of the Public Records of Lee County, Florida; Thence run N 00 19'08 W, along said East line, for a distance of 12.00 feet to a point on a line being 6.00' North of and parallel to the South lines of Lot 16 and Lot 51, Block 4405; Thence run N 89 34'44 E, along said line, for a distance of 258.00 feet to a point on the West line of a 6' Public Utility and Drainage Easement, recorded in lnstrument 2018000003788 of the Public Records oflee County, Florida; Thence run S 00 19'08 E, along said line, for a distance of 12.00 feet to the Point of Beginning.

Tagged Passions:utility, Utility, public records, stormwater, zoning, and easement

Parcel contains 3096 square feet, more or less.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:property

Bearings are based on the Plat of Cape Coral Unit 63, recorded in Plat Book 21 at Pages 48 through 81 of the Public Records of Lee County, Florida.

Subject to Easements, Reservations and Restrictions of Record. SHEET 1OF2 Digitally signed by Toh; Chernesky, PSM 5426 DN: en= Tom Chernes . PSM 5426, o=City of Cape Coral, ou=Public:'Works Survey Division, email= TChernes@ca ecofal;net, c=US Date: 201 a.07.1 o 10:os:so -04'06'
Tagged Passions:public records, zoning, and easement

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LEGEND: P. 0. c. POINT or COMMENCEMENT P.O.B. POINT or BEGINNING l.N. INSTRUMENT NUMBER P. U. PUBLIC UTILITY EASEMENT D. DRAINAGE EASEMENT

CENTERLINE (P) PLAT P. B. PLA T BOOK PCS. PAGES

Tagged Passions:utility, Utility, stormwater, zoning, and easement

S.
W. 22nd LANE 60' RIGHT-OF-WAY

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SCALE t 60'

:- ___ __ - I - - - ---- ------- -: I i I 1 - --------- -- - ---- --------- --- I L 17 i I 50 I I 6.oo' _ .. BLOCK 4405 -i- 10.00' (P) _ H:::-. :::; ; -- r oo ROCt ::::::, ' -7 I\ S 89'34'14 W .,l, @ , L 600 s89 34 1rw2r8.oo P.o.a/ I' 6.00 1

-; L ___ ' __ ___ J _ J_ _____ 5 ___ _J 1\_ s o . b :or E Ci:l G c:i::: 7 ---=- - -12' P.U.[ D. (l.N 2008000306187)--- -------- ... _ .... - : ,----:-----,-r-----5 ---_)

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S.W. 23rd STREET (60' RIGHT-OF-WAY CY - PROJECT NUMBER: CALCULATED BY. CHECKED BY: 2017-0011 DRAWN BY: FY -SURVEY WORK ORDER NUMBER: APPROVED: 18-030 SCALE: J,, 1- : I i t I I 12 I I 55

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KC KA KC TC 1'=60' l:::s ' I 1- .-- ---- -------. I l _________ ..... -.. ------------- - II ;e:, I 56 I i--- ______ ,, ....... - ;i - ---- ... -,-

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815 NICHOLAS PARKWAY, CAPE CORAL, FL. 33990 PHONE:(239 574-0701

57 SHEET 2 OF 2 NOT VALID WITHOUT SHEET 1 OF 2

SKETCH TO ACCOMPANY DESCRIPTION 12' P.U.E D.E IN BLOCK 4405

CAPE CORAL UNIT63, P.B. 21, PGS. 48-81 SECTION 27, TOWNSHIP 44 SOUTH, RANGE 23 EAST, LEE COUNTY, FLORIDA FIELD BOOK S) I PAGE S): I SURVEY JOB: I DRAWING NUMBER:

2018-0049 CC-18-0010.DWG

Item Number: B.(8) Meeting Date: 8/6/2018 Item Type: CONSENT AGENDA AGENDA REQUEST FORM CITY OF CAPE CORAL

TITLE: Resolution 176-18 Acceptance of a Perpetual Drainage Easement within a portion of Lot 1, Block 1971, and a portion of Lot 35, Block 1972 (808 SW 4th Place, Strap 23-44-23-C1-01971.0010) for the relocation of a storm water drainage pipe; Department: Financial Services / Real Estate Division; Dollar Value: N/A; (Fund: N/A)

REQUESTED ACTION: Approve or Deny STRATEGIC PLAN INFO:
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1.
Will this action result in a Budget Amendment? No 2. Is this a Strategic Decision? No

If Yes, Priority Goals Supported arelisted below. If No, will it harm the intent or success ofthe Strategic Plan? No

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