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Board of County Commissioners

Revised 2/13/19 Board of County Commissioners Wakulla County, Florida

Agenda Regular Public Meeting

Tuesday, February 19, 2019 @ 5:00 P.M. Invocation

Pledge of Allegiance

Approval of Agenda (The Chairman and members of the Board will approve and/or modify the official agenda at this time).

Citizens to be Heard (There is a Three (3) minute time limit; non-discussion by Commission; there shall be no debate and no action by the Commission. Citizens will have the opportunity to speak once under the Citizens to be Heard portion of the agenda which will be at the start or end of each meeting). (To ensure fairness and encourage participation, citizens who would like to speak on any item will need to fill out a speaker s card and turn in to Ms. Taylor prior to the beginning of discussion on that particular item. Citizens are allowed a maximum of 3 minutes to speak.) Awards and Presentations (Members of the Board will have the opportunity to acknowledge members of the community or commendable efforts at this time. Presentations will be made from individuals concerning issue of importance). Consent (All items contained herein may be voted on with one motion. Consent items are considered to be routine in nature, are typically non-controversial and do not deviate from past Board direction or policy. However, any Commissioner, the County Administrator, or the County Attorney may withdraw an item from the consent agenda, either in writing prior to the meeting, or at the beginning of the meeting and it shall then be voted on individually. Every effort shall be made to provide such a request to the Chairman at least 24 hours before the meeting).
Tagged Passions:legal, boards and commissions, administrator, and policy

1.
Approval of Minutes from the February 4, 2019 Regular Board Meeting

No additional detail provided

(Brent Thurmond, Clerk of Court)

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:legal and court

2.
Approval of Bills and Vouchers Submitted for January 30, 2019 through February 12, 2019 (Brent Thurmond, Clerk of Court)

3. Request Board Approval to Reschedule the 1st FY2019/2020 Budget Development Workshop for

Tagged Passions:legal, budget, development, Development, and court

4.
Request Board Approval of Amendment No. 1 to the Owner-Engineer Agreement with Baskerville- Donovan, Inc. in the Amount of 158,538.48 for Interim Engineering Fees Related to the Wastewater Treatment Plant Completion Delay (Brandy King, Fiscal Operations Director)

Revised 2/13/19 Invocation
Tagged Passions:sewer and plant

Pledge of Allegiance

Approval of Agenda

Board of County Commissioners Wakulla County, Florida

Agenda Regular Public Meeting

Tuesday, February 19, 2019 @ 5:00 P.M.

(The Chairman and members of the Board will approve and/or modify the official agenda at this time).

Citizens to be Heard (There is a Three (3) minute time limit; non-discussion by Commission; there shall be no debate and no action by the Commission. Citizens will have the opportunity to speak once under the Citizens to be Heard portion of the agenda which will be at the start or end of each meeting). (To ensure fairness and encourage participation, citizens who would like to speak on any item will need to fill out a speaker's card and turn In to Ms. Taylor prior to the beginning of discussion on that particular item. Citizens are allowed a maximum of 3 minutes to speak.) Awards and Presentations (Members of the Board will have the opportunity to acknowledge members of the community or commendable efforts at this time. Presentations will be made from individuals concerning issue of importance). Consent (All items contained herein may be voted on with one motion. Consent items are considered to be routine in nature, are typically non-controversial and do not deviate from past Board direction or policy. However, any Commissioner, the County Administrator, or the County Attorney may withdraw an item from the consent agenda, either in writing prior to the meeting, or at the beginning of the meeting and it shall then be voted on individually. Every effort shall be made to provide such a request to the Chairman at least 24 hours before the meeting). I
Tagged Passions:legal, boards and commissions, administrator, and policy

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No additional detail provided

4.
Approval of Minutes from the February 4, 2019 Regular Board Meeting (Brent Thurmond, Clerk of Court)

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:legal and court

Approval of Bills and Vouchers Submitted for January 30, 2019 through February 12, 2019 (Brent Thurmond, Clerk of Court)

Tagged Passions:legal and court

Request Board Approval to Reschedule the ISt F Y 2019/2020 Budget Development Workshop for April l, 2019 at 3:30p.m. (Brandy King, Fiscal Operations Director)

Request Board Approval of Amendment No. I to the Owner-Engineer Agreement with Baskerville- Donovan, Inc. in the Amount of 158,538.48 for Interim Engineering Fees Related to the Wastewater Treatment Plant Completion Delay (Brandy King, Fiscal Operations Director)

Tagged Passions:sewer, budget, development, Development, and plant

5.
Request Board Approval of Administrative Regulation 3.08 Entitled Wakulla County Fraud, Waste

Tagged Passions:regulation

Abuse Policy (Greg James, Finance Director)

Tagged Passions:finance and policy

6.
Request Board Approval of a Temporary Road Closure for the St. Patrick s Day Parade on Saturday,

Tagged Passions:streets and street closure

March 16, 2019 (Jared Miller, Sheriff, WCSO)

7. Request Board Approval to Purchase a New Vehicle for the Road Bridge Department in the Amount of 25,398.00 from Alan Jay Chevrolet and Approval to Dispose of Current Vehicle (Mike King, Road Bridge Director) 8. Request Board Approval to Adopt a Resolution Accepting the Deed Right-of-Way Easements on

Tagged Passions:streets, public safety, purchasing, and easement

Council Moore Road (Nannette Watts, Public Works Administration Director)

9. Request Board Approval to Adopt a Resolution Accepting Dedication of Right-Of-Way Within the Martin Farms Platted Subdivision (Nannette Watts, Public Works Administration Director)

Tagged Passions:council, streets, agriculture, subdivision, Public Works, and public works

10.
Request Board Approval of a Single Source Purchase from Pump Process Equipment Co., Inc. in

Tagged Passions:equipment and purchasing

the Amount of 35,086.00 for Repairs to Lift Station 34 (Ned Nobles, ESG Operations, Inc.)

11. Request Board Approval to Seek FY2019-20 Springs Protection Funding in the Amount of 3,000,000 from the Northwest Florida Water Management District for the Continuation of the Wakulla Gardens and Magnolia Gardens Septic-to-Sewer Project

Tagged Passions:funding, sewer, utility, Utility, and water

(Sheree Keeler, Intergovernmental Affairs RESTORE Act Director)

Tagged Passions:intergovernmental

12.
Request Board Acceptance of an Update Regarding Proposed Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) Flood Insurance Rate Map (FIRM) Revisions for Lower Ochlockonee Area

Tagged Passions:emergency, insurance, flooding, and FEMA

(Somer Pell, Planning Community Development Director)

Consent Items Pulled for Discussion (Members requesting further information on items placed under Consent Agenda, may withdraw those items and place them here, for further discussion).
Tagged Passions:planning, development, Development, and community development

General Business (General Business items are items of a general nature that require Board directions or pertain to Board policy

13. Request Board Approval to Purchase a New Vehicle for the Planning and Community Development Department in the Amount of 30,198.00 from Alan Jay Chevrolet (Mike King, Road Bridge Director)
Tagged Passions:planning, business, streets, development, purchasing, Development, policy, and community development

14.
Request Board Direction Regarding Code Enforcement Action of Structures Damaged by Hurricane Michael (Somer Pell, Planning Community Development Director)

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:planning, development, Development, codes enforcement, and community development

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No additional detail provided

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No additional detail provided

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12.
Request Board Approval of Administrative Regulation 3.08 Entitled Wakulla County Fraud, Waste Abuse Policy (Greg James, Finance Director)

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:regulation, finance, and policy

Request Board Approval ofa Temporary Road Closure for the St. Patrick's Day Parade on Saturday, March 16, 2019 (Jared Miller, Sheriff, WCSO)

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:streets, public safety, and street closure

Request Board Approval to Purchase a New Vehicle for the Road Bridge Department in the Amount of 25,398.00 from Alan Jay Chevrolet and Approval to Dispose of Current Vehicle (Mike King, Road Bridge Director)

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:streets and purchasing

Request Board Approval to Adopt a Resolution Accepting the Deed Right-of-Way Easements on Council Moore Road (Nannette Watts, Public Works Administration Director)

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:council, streets, Public Works, public works, and easement

Request Board Approval to Adopt a Resolution Accepting Dedication of Right-Of-Way Within the Martin Farms Platted Subdivision (Nannette Watts, Public Works Administration Director)

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:agriculture, subdivision, Public Works, and public works

Request Board Approval ofa Single Source Purchase from Pump Process Equipment Co., Inc. in the Amount of 35,086.00 for Repairs to Lift Station 34 (Ned Nobles, ESG Operations, Inc.)

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:equipment and purchasing

Request Board Approval to Seek F Y 2019-20 Springs Protection Funding in the Amount of 3,000,000 from the Northwest Florida Water Management District for the Continuation of the Wakulla Gardens

and Magnolia Gardens Septic-to-Sewer Project (Sheree Keeler, Intergovernmental Affairs RESTORE Act Director) Request Board Acceptance of an Update Regarding Proposed Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) Flood Insurance Rate Map (FIRM) Revisions for Lower Ochlockonee Area (Somer Pell, Planning Community Development Director) Consent Items Pulled for Discussion (Members requesting further information on items placed under Consent Agenda, here, for further discussion). General Business

Tagged Passions:funding, planning, business, sewer, utility, development, Utility, emergency, water, insurance, flooding, Development, intergovernmental, FEMA, and community development

may withdraw those items and place them

(General Business items are items ofa general nature that require Board directions or pertain to Board policy

Tagged Passions:business and policy

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No additional detail provided

Request Board Approval to Purchase a New Vehicle for the Planning and Community Development Department in the Amount of 30, 198.00 from Alan Jay Chevrolet (Mike King, Road Bridge Director)

Request Board Direction Regarding Code Enforcement Action of Structures Damaged by Hurricane Michael (Somer Pell, Planning Community Development Director) Public Hearing(s) (Public Hearings are held as required to receive public comments on matters of special importance or as prescribed by law. For regular Board meetings, public hearings shall be scheduled as the first substantive item on the agenda and heard at the time scheduled for the start of the meeting or as soon thereafter as is possible. Individual speakers are encouraged to adhere to a three (3) minute time limit. The Chairman has the discretion to either extend or reduce time limits, based on the number of speakers) Planning and Zoning

Tagged Passions:planning, development, zoning, purchasing, Development, hearing, codes enforcement, and community development

(Members will be provided with planning and zoning amendment requests five (5) business days prior to the scheduled meeting. To the maximum extent possible, all support information and documentation for P Z items shall be made available through a variety of means including the County website that will provide the public with the greatest opportunity to review documentation at the date of advertisement pursuant to Resolution No. 04-43. In accordance with Sec. 24.01 of County Code, for all quasi- judicial proceedings each Commission member must disclose all contact received from interested parties and/or their representatives, lobbyists, or any other third parties concerning any application and any personal investigation or knowledge being relied upon during the consideration of any quasi-judicial planning and zoning matters .)

Tagged Passions:planning, business, boards and commissions, zoning, and advertising

15.
Application for Change of Zoning R19-01 (Ralph E. Meadows, Jr., Applicant)

Tagged Passions:zoning

Commissioner Agenda Items (Items with supporting documentation shall be provided by a Commissioner to the County Administrator three (3) business days prior to the scheduled meeting. Items that are agendaed by Commissioners and fail to gain approval may not be replaced on the agenda by a Commissioner on the non-prevailing side for a period of six (6) months without approval of the Chairman unless there is substantive new information to present).

County Attorney (County Attorney items are items of a legal nature that require Board direction or represent general information to Board Members, staff or the public). County Administrator (County Administrator items are items that require Board direction or represent general information to Board Members, staff or the public). Citizens to be Heard (There is a Three (3) minute time limit; non-discussion by Commission; there shall be no debate and no action by the Commission. Citizens will have the opportunity to speak once under the Citizens to be Heard portion of the agenda which will be at the start or end of each meeting). Discussion Issues by Commissioners (The purpose of this section is for Commissioners to request staff action on various issues, including scheduling of a future agenda item for later Board action, based on the approval of a majority of the Board. No assignments or request for agenda items shall be given to the County Administrator or County Attorney without the express approval of the majority of the Board. The Board shall take no policy action without an agenda item unless such is accomplished through a unanimous vote of the Board. The remarks of each Commissioner during his or her discussion items shall adhere to Robert Rules of Order, for proper decorum and civility as enforced by the Chairman.
Tagged Passions:business, legal, boards and commissions, administrator, and policy

Adjourn (Any departure from the order of business set forth in the official agenda shall be made only upon majority vote of the members of the Commission present at the meeting)

The next Board of County Commissioners Meeting is scheduled for Monday, March 4, 2019 at 5:00p.m. Public Hearing(s) (Public Hearings are held as required to receive public comments on matters of special importance or as prescribed by law. For regular Board meetings, public hearings shall be scheduled as the first substantive item on the agenda and heard at the time scheduled for the start of the meeting or as soon thereafter as is possible. Individual speakers are encouraged to adhere to a three (3) minute time limit. The Chairman has the discretion to either extend or reduce time limits, based on the number of speakers) Planning and Zoning (Members will be provided with planning and zoning amendment requests five (5) business days prior to the scheduled meeting. To the maximum extent possible, all support information and documentation for P Z items shall be made available through a variety of means including the County website that will provide the public with the greatest opportunity to review documentation at the date of advertisement pursuant to Resolution No. 04-43. In accordance with Sec. 24.01 of County Code, for all quasi- judicial proceedings each Commission member must disclose all contact received from interested parties and/or their representatives, lobbyists, or any other third parties concerning any application and any personal investigation or knowledge being relied upon during the consideration of any quasi-judicial planning and zoning matters .)

Tagged Passions:planning, boards and commissions, zoning, advertising, and hearing

15.
Application for Change of Zoning RI 9-01 (Ralph E. Meadows, Jr., Applicant)

Tagged Passions:zoning

Commissioner Agenda Items (Items with supporting documentation shall be provided by a Commissioner to the County Administrator three (3) business days prior to the scheduled meeting. Items that are agendaed by Commissioners and fail to gain approval may not be replaced on the agenda by a Commissioner on the non-prevailing side for a period of six (6) months without approval of the Chairman unless there is substantive new information to present).

Tagged Passions:business and administrator

County Attorney (County Attorney items are items ofa legal nature that require Board direction or represent general information to Board Members, staff or the public).

County Administrator (County Administrator items are items that require Board direction or represent general information to Board Members, staff or the public). Citizens to be Heard (There is a Three (3) minute time limit; non-discussion by Commission; there shall be no debate and no action by the Commission. Citizens will have the opportunity to speak once under the Citizens to be Heard portion of the agenda which will be at the start or end of each meeting). Discussion Issues by Commissioners (The purpose of this section is for Commissioners to request staff action on various issues, including scheduling of a future agenda item for later Board action, based on the approval ofa majority of the Board. No assignments or request for agenda items shall be given to the County Administrator or County Attorney without the express approval of the majority of the Board. The Board shall take no policy action without an agenda item unless such is accomplished through a unanimous vote of the Board. The remarks of each Commissioner during his or her discussion items shall adhere to Robert Rules of Order, for proper decorum and civility as enforced by the Chairman.
Tagged Passions:legal, boards and commissions, administrator, and policy

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