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City Commission Meeting

Commission Meeting / Special Commission Meeting City Hall, Commission Chambers, 3rd Floor, 1700 Convention Center Drive July 31, 2019 - 11:00 AM

Mayor Dan Gelber Commissioner John Elizabeth Aleman Commissioner Ricky Arriola Commissioner Michael Gongora Commissioner Joy Malakoff Commissioner Mark Samuelian Commissioner Micky Steinberg City Manager Jimmy L. Morales City Attorney Raul J. Aguila City Clerk Rafael E. Granado

Tagged Passions:legal, boards and commissions, conventions, administrator, and manager

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

R10 - City Attorney Reports

PA - Presentations and Awards Page 1 of 1288 AGENDA
Tagged Passions:legal

1.
CALL TO ORDER 2. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

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CONSENT AGENDA C2 - Competitive Bid Reports

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Tagged Passions:rfp and RFP

C2 A REQUEST FOR APPROVAL TO ISSUE A REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS (RFP) NO. 2019- 306-KB, FOR A REVENUE SHARING AGREEMENT FOR THE CONSTRUCTION, OPERATION, AND MAINTENANCE OF BUS SHELTERS.

Tagged Passions:rfp, RFP, construction, and Public Transit

Transportation/Procurement

Tagged Passions:transportation and purchasing

C4 - Committee Assignments C4 A REFERRAL TO THE FINANCE AND CITYWIDE PROJECTS COMMITTEE TO

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:finance

EXPLORE INCREASED FUNDING FOR HOUSING FOR THE MOST VULNERABLE WHO ARE HOMELESS OR LIKELY TO BECOME HOMELESS.

Commissioner Mark Samuelian
Tagged Passions:funding, homeless, and housing

C4 B REFERRAL TO THE FINANCE AND CITYWIDE PROJECTS COMMITTEE AND THE BUDGET ADVISORY COMMITTEE TO EXPLORE IMPROVING CITY CAPITAL ASSET CONDITIONS (E.G., STREETS, SIDEWALKS, BUILDINGS) BY INCREASING ANNUAL FUNDING FOR PAY-AS-YOU-GO (PAYGO) FUND.

Commissioner Mark Samuelian
Tagged Passions:funding, finance, streets, budget, and Pedestrian

C4 C REFERRAL TO THE NEIGHBORHOOD/COMMUNITY AFFAIRS COMMITTEE OF THE FIVE (5) MOTIONS FROM THE MAYOR'S 41ST STREET BLUE RIBBON COMMITTEE MADE ON MAY 15, 2019.

Economic Development Commissioner Mark Samuelian
Tagged Passions:economic development, streets, development, Development, and neighborhood

C4 D REFERRAL TO THE SUSTAINABILITY AND RESILIENCY COMMITTEE - DISCUSSION PERTAINING TO AMENDMENTS TO THE CITY CODE REGARDING POTENTIAL REQUIREMENTS FOR HIGHER ELEVATION FOR NEW COMMERCIAL CONSTRUCTION THAT IS VULNERABLE TO FLOODING.

Planning Commissioner Aleman
Tagged Passions:planning, construction, flooding, commercial, and sustainability

C6 - Commission Committee Reports C6 A REPORT OF THE JUNE 28, 2019 FINANCE AND CITYWIDE PROJECTS COMMITTEE

Tagged Passions:finance and boards and commissions

MEETING: 1. DISCUSSION REGARDING A WATERLESS CARWASH RFP AT GARAGES-UPDATE. 2. DISCUSSION REGARDING THE ANNEXATION OF NORTH BAY VILLAGE, AND TO REVIEW PROPERTY TAXES, ECONOMIC IMPACT, AND VALUE. 3. DISCUSSION REGARDING THE ANNEXATION OF THE WESTERNMOST ISLANDS OF THE VENETIAN ISLANDS AND MAKING THEM A PART OF MIAMI BEACH, AND TO REVIEW PROPERTY TAXES, ECONOMIC IMPACT, AND VALUE. 4. DISCUSSION REGARDING THE BUDGET ADVISORY COMMITTEE MOTION THAT THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH COMPLETE A FACILITY CONDITION ASSESSMENT. 5. DISCUSS THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE MOTION MADE ON APRIL 5 BY THE HISPANIC AFFAIRS COMMITTEE. 6. DISCUSS A COMPOSTING PROGRAM IN NORTH BEACH SIMILAR TO THE PROGRAM AT THE MIAMI BEACH BOTANICAL

Page 2 of 1288 GARDEN. 7. DISCUSS HERITAGE TREE DESIGNATION, AWARENESS CAMPAIGN AND INCENTIVE PROGRAM. 8. DISCUSSION REGARDING A CELEBRITY BEACH SOCCER MATCH BENEFITING BEST BUDDIES ON NOVEMBER 23, 2019 REGARDING CITY PERMITTING AND FEES. 9. DISCUSS A PROPOSAL TO ESTABLISH A MONUMENT OR COMMEMORATIVE PLAQUE AT THE RAINBOW CROSSWALK LOCATED AT 12TH STREET AND OCEAN DRIVE. 10. DISCUSSION REGARDING CAPITAL APPROPRIATIONS FOR THE PROPERTY MANAGEMENT EMERGENCY GENERATOR. 11. DISCUSSION REGARDING THE INITIAL FUNDING FOR UNDERGROUNDING OF UTILITIES IN THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH. 12. DISCUSS THE RENEWAL OF THE AGREEMENT WITH THE FRANCHISE WASTE CONTRACTORS. 13. DISCUSS THE MAY 21, 2019 YOUTH COMMISSION MOTION OF PARTICIPATING IN THE LEGISLATIVE ACTION DAYS YOUTH COUNCIL. 14. DISCUSSION REGARDING A BIOSWALE PILOT PROJECT FOR 59TH STREET WEST OF ALTON ROAD. 15. DISCUSSION TO REVIEW THE MAYOR'S PANEL ON OCEAN DRIVE, SAFETY, SECURITY, AND INFRASTRUCTURE SUBCOMMITTEE'S MOTION FOR A SECRET SHOPPER PROGRAM AS AN INVESTIGATIVE TOOL. 16. DISCUSSION REGARDING ZERO BASED BUDGET (ZBB) EXERCISE FOR SANITATION. 17. DISCUSSION TO EXAMINE THE SCOPE AND FUNDING OPTIONS FOR THE 72ND STREET PROJECT. 18. DISCUSSION TO REVIEW THE CITY'S FORTHCOMING STORMWATER MANAGEMENT BUDGET AS WELL AS RELATED UTILITIES, ABOVE GROUND, AND OTHER ASSOCIATED COSTS. 19. DISCUSSION REGARDING APPROPRIATING SERIES 2017 STORMWATER BOND PROCEEDS AND SERIES 2017 WATER AND SEWER BOND PROCEEDS TO NORTH BEACH TOWN CENTER. 20. DISCUSSION ON UPDATING MINIMUM WAGES ON CITY FUNDED CONSTRUCTION CONTRACTS. 21. DISCUSSION REGARDING CREATING A CONNECTION BETWEEN OCEAN DRIVE AND LINCOLN ROAD THROUGH ESPANOLA WAY. 22. DISCUSSION REGARDING THE LOCATION OF A STORAGE FACILITY AND NEW RESTROOMS FOR SOUNDSCAPE PARK. 23. DISCUSSION REGARDING VACATING A PORTION OF OCEAN COURT BETWEEN THE CLEVELANDER AND ESSEX HOTELS IN FAVOR OF THE JESTA GROUP PURSUANT TO SECTION 82-37 OF THE CITY CODE TO ENABLE A PEDESTRIAN BRIDGE TO LINK BOTH PROPERTIES. 24. DISCUSSION REGARDING THE REVIEW OF THE JULIA TUTTLE BUS RAPID TRANSIT DEMONSTRATION PROJECT. 25. UPDATE ON THE PROGRESS OF THE TRAFFIC MITIGATION STRATEGY TO HELP REDUCE TRAFFIC IMPACTS OF THE CONNECTING MIAMI CONSTRUCTION PROJECT. 26. DISCUSSION PERTAINING TO A FUTURE PLAN FOR THE PARKING LOT ON THE NORTH SIDE OF 75TH STREET BETWEEN COLLINS AVENUE AND OCEAN TERRACE. 27. UPDATE ON FDOT AND CITY CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS AND TRAFFIC MITIGATION STRATEGIES. 28. DISCUSSION REGARDING ESTABLISHING A HISTORIC PRESERVATION FUND. 29. DISCUSSION REGARDING BENCHMARKING OF IMPACT FEES. 30. DISCUSSION ON MIAMI BEACH COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION AND ITS FINANCIAL CONDITION. 31. DISCUSSION REGARDING THE BIGBELLY PROGRAM AND POTENTIAL WAYS TO SUBSIDIZE ITS COSTS. Finance

Tagged Passions:rfp, RFP, funding, construction, finance, council, legal, facility, sewer, strategic, boards and commissions, streets, budget, taxes, Taxes, utility, security, development, bond, solid waste, historic, Utility, contract, hotel, beach, Public Transit, transportation, program, emergency, water, streetscape, Development, preservation, property, annexation, minimum wage, monuments, youth, Underground Utility cable, Pedestrian, traffic, incentive, property tax, parking, court, community development, and stormwater

C7 - Resolutions C7 A A RESOLUTION OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI

Tagged Passions:boards and commissions

BEACH, FLORIDA, APPROVING AND AUTHORIZING THE APPROPRIATION OF ADDITIONAL FUNDING FROM FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION TO THE DEPARTMENT FUNDED AGREEMENT FOR ROADWAY AND DRAINAGE IMPROVEMENTS ON S.R. A1A/INDIAN CREEK DRIVE FROM 25TH TO 41ST STREET.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:funding, streets, beach, transportation, and stormwater

(ITEM TO BE SUBMITTED IN SUPPLEMENTAL) Grants Management

Tagged Passions:grant

C7 B A RESOLUTION OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, ACCEPTING THE RECOMMENDATION OF THE CITY MANAGER,

Page 3 of 1288 TO AUTHORIZE NEGOTIATIONS RELATING TO REQUEST FOR QUALIFICATIONS NO. 2019-208-ND, FOR ARCHITECTURAL AND ENGINEERING DESIGN SERVICES FOR A NEW FIRE STATION NUMBER 1 FACILITY; AUTHORIZING THE ADMINISTRATION TO ENTER INTO NEGOTIATIONS WITH WANNEMACHER JENSEN ARCHITECTS, INC., AS THE TOP RANKED PROPOSER; FURTHER, IF THE ADMINISTRATION IS NOT SUCCESSFUL IN NEGOTIATING AN AGREEMENT WITH WANNEMACHER JENSEN ARCHITECTS, INC., AUTHORIZING THE ADMINISTRATION TO ENTER INTO NEGOTIATIONS WITH ARCHITECTS DESIGN GROUP, AS THE SECOND RANKED PROPOSER; FURTHER, IF THE ADMINISTRATION IS NOT SUCCESSFUL IN NEGOTIATING AN AGREEMENT WITH ARCHITECTS DESIGN GROUP, AUTHORIZING THE ADMINISTRATION TO ENTER INTO NEGOTIATIONS WITH THE GALANTE ARCHITECTURE STUDIO, INC., AS THE THIRD RANKED PROPOSER; AND FURTHER AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR AND CITY CLERK TO EXECUTE AN AGREEMENT UPON CONCLUSION OF SUCCESSFUL NEGOTIATIONS BY THE ADMINISTRATION.

Tagged Passions:facility, boards and commissions, beach, fire departments and districts, services, administrator, and manager

Office of Capital Improvement Projects/Procurement

Tagged Passions:capital spending, Capital Spending, and purchasing

C7 C A RESOLUTION OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, ACCEPTING THE RECOMMENDATION OF THE CITY MANAGER, PURSUANT TO REQUEST FOR QUALIFICATIONS (RFQ) NO. 2019-234-ND, FOR A LAND USE, MOBILITY AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT STUDY OF THE ENTERTAINMENT DISTRICT; AUTHORIZING THE ADMINISTRATION TO ENTER INTO NEGOTIATIONS WITH ZYSCOVICH, INC., AS THE TOP RANKED PROPOSER; FURTHER IF THE ADMINISTRATION IS NOT SUCCESSFUL IN NEGOTIATING AN AGREEMENT WITH ZYSCOVICH, INC., AUTHORIZING THE ADMINISTRATION TO ENTER INTO NEGOTIATIONS WITH BUSINESSFLARE, LLC, AS THE SECOND RANKED PROPOSER; AND FURTHER AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR AND CITY CLERK TO EXECUTE AN AGREEMENT UPON CONCLUSION OF SUCCESSFUL NEGOTIATIONS BY THE ADMINISTRATION.

C7 D REQUEST FOR APPROVAL TO AWARD A CONTRACT PURSUANT TO INVITATION TO BID (ITB) NO. 2019-231-KB INDIAN CREEK (SR A1A) - PHASE III IMPROVEMENTS FROM 25TH TO 41ST STREET.

Tagged Passions:rfp, RFP, streets, and contract

(ITEM TO BE SUBMITTED IN SUPPLEMENTAL) Public Works/Procurement

Tagged Passions:purchasing, Public Works, and public works

C7 E A RESOLUTION OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, ACCEPTING THE RECOMMENDATION OF THE CITY MANAGER, PURSUANT TO REQUEST FOR QUALIFICATIONS (RFQ) NO. 2019-122-WG, FOR SPONSORSHIP AND NAMING RIGHTS CONSULTING SERVICES.

Marketing and Communications/Procurement

Tagged Passions:market, boards and commissions, beach, services, purchasing, communications, administrator, manager, and Communications

C7 F A RESOLUTION OF THE MAYOR AND COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, APPROVING ENDORSING A SISTER CITY AFFILIATION WITH THE CITY OF CASCAIS, PORTUGAL.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:boards and commissions, beach, and sister city

(ITEM TO BE SUBMITTED IN SUPPLEMENTAL) Office of the City Manager

Tagged Passions:administrator and manager

C7 G A RESOLUTION OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, ACCEPTING THE RECOMMENDATIONS OF THE FINANCE AND CITYWIDE PROJECTS COMMITTEE, APPROVING A NORTH BEACH RESTAURANT CRAWL IN CONJUNCTION WITH NORTH BAY VILLAGE; AND AUTHORIZING THE CITY MANAGER TO NEGOTIATE WITH PRISM.

Economic Development Page 4 of 1288 Commissioner Ricky Arriola

Tagged Passions:finance, economic development, boards and commissions, development, restaurants, beach, Development, administrator, and manager

C7 H A RESOLUTION OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, AUTHORIZING THE CITY MANAGER AND CITY CLERK TO EXECUTE THE STATEWIDE MUTUAL AID AGREEMENT WHICH EMPOWERS THE STATE OF FLORIDA, DIVISION OF EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT, AND PARTICIPATING POLITICAL SUBDIVISIONS, TO COORDINATE AND PROVIDE RECIPROCAL EMERGENCY AID AND ASSISTANCE IN THE EVENT OF A DISASTER OR EMERGENCY.

Emergency Management

Tagged Passions:boards and commissions, beach, subdivision, events, emergency, administrator, manager, and mutual aid

C7 I A RESOLUTION OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, ACCEPTING THE RECOMMENDATION OF THE FINANCE AND CITYWIDE PROJECTS COMMITTEE AT ITS JUNE 28, 2019 MEETING TO AUTHORIZE THE CITY ADMINISTRATION TO WORK WITH THE HISPANIC AFFAIRS COMMITTEE TO CREATE TWO HISTORICAL ARCHIVES VIDEOS TO BE AIRED ON MBTV 77 DURING HISPANIC HERITAGE MONTH IN 2019, AND YEARLY THEREAFTER.

Marketing and Communications Commissioner Samuelian

Tagged Passions:finance, market, boards and commissions, historical, beach, communications, and Communications

C7 J A RESOLUTION OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, AUTHORIZING THE CITY MANAGER AND CITY CLERK TO EXECUTE A MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING BETWEEN THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, ON BEHALF OF THE MIAMI BEACH POLICE DEPARTMENT, AND THE PINELLAS COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE, FLORIDA, TO PROVIDE CERTAIN MIAMI BEACH POLICE DEPARTMENT OFFICERS TRAINING AND ACCESS TO FLORIDA'S FACIAL RECOGNITION NETWORK, WHICH WILL AID IN THE IDENTIFICATION OF MISSING PERSONS AND CRIMINAL SUSPECTS.

C7 K A RESOLUTION OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, ACCEPTING THE RECOMMENDATION OF THE FINANCE AND CITYWIDE PROJECTS COMMITTEE AT ITS FEBRUARY 22, 2019 MEETING, AND ACCEPTING THE RECOMMENDATION OF THE NEIGHBORHOOD/COMMUNITY AFFAIRS COMMITTEE AT ITS MAY 20, 2019 MEETING, AND ALLOCATING AND AUTHORIZING THE CITY MANAGER TO USE GENERAL FUND CONTINGENCY FUNDS, IN THE TOTAL NOT-TO-EXCEED AMOUNT OF 30,000 FOR FY 2018-19, AND 30,000 FOR FY 2019-20, TO PROCEED WITH THE APPLICATION PROCESS AND INSTALLATION OF STATE HISTORICAL MARKERS FOR EIGHTEEN (18) SITES THROUGHOUT THE CITY.

Planning Commissioners John Elizabeth Aleman and Mark Samuelian

Tagged Passions:planning, funding, finance, sites, boards and commissions, historical, beach, administrator, manager, and neighborhood

C7 L A RESOLUTION OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, APPROVING AND AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR AND CITY CLERK TO EXECUTE AMENDMENT NO. 2 TO THE COLLABORATION, FUNDING AND MANAGEMENT AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE CITY AND THE SABRINA COHEN FOUNDATION, INC. FOR AN ADAPTIVE RECREATION CENTER, WITH SUCH AMENDMENT NO. 2 EXTENDING THE FUNDRAISING SCHEDULE AND DEADLINES IN SECTION 7.1.B OF THE AGREEMENT BY TWELVE (12) MONTHS, IN ORDER TO PROVIDE THE FOUNDATION WITH ADDITIONAL TIME TO RAISE DONATIONS FOR THE DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION OF THE ADAPTIVE RECREATION CENTER.

Parks and Recreation Commissioner Joy Malakoff Page 5 of 1288

Tagged Passions:funding, construction, boards and commissions, donation, beach, Donation, parks, fundraising, and recreation

C7 M A RESOLUTION OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, ACCEPTING THE RECOMMENDATION OF THE FINANCE AND CITYWIDE PROJECTS COMMITTEE AT ITS JULY 19, 2019 MEETING, TO AMEND THE PILOT AGREEMENT WITH VAN DAALEN TENNIS, LLC (CONTRACTOR) TO PROVIDE PROGRAMMING AT THE CITY S MIAMI BEACH TENNIS CENTER; SAID AMENDMENT TRANSFERRING, FROM THE CITY TO CONTRACTOR, THE RESPONSIBILITY FOR PAYMENT OF OPERATIONAL AND PERSONNEL EXPENSES AT THE CENTER.

Parks and Recreation

Tagged Passions:finance, boards and commissions, personnel, beach, parks, and recreation

C7 N A RESOLUTION OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, ACCEPTING THE RECOMMENDATION OF THE NEIGHBORHOOD/COMMUNITY AFFAIRS COMMITTEE, AT ITS JULY 23, 2019 MEETING, TO APPROVE THE INSTALLATION OF A COMMEMORATIVE PLAQUE NEAR THE 3RD STREET BEACH ACCESS POINT AND ADJACENT TO MARJORY STONEMAN DOUGLAS OCEAN BEACH PARK IN HONOR OF MARIAN DEL VECCHIO, AND SETTING A PUBLIC HEARING FOR SEPTEMBER 11, 2019 PURSUANT TO SECTION 82-504 OF THE CITY CODE TO CONSIDER THE INSTALLATION OF THE COMMEMORATIVE PLAQUE, AND DIRECTING THE CITY CLERK TO PUBLISH THE APPROPRIATE PUBLIC NOTICE.

Parks and Recreation All Members of Commission

Tagged Passions:boards and commissions, streets, beach, parks, hearing, neighborhood, and recreation

C7 O A RESOLUTION OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, FINDING THAT THE INTERSECTION OF 41ST STREET AND JEFFERSON AVENUE SHOULD BE DESIGNATED AS AN OFFICIAL STUDENT CROSSING AND ACCORDINGLY: (1) REQUESTING THAT THE SCHOOL BOARD OF MIAMI-DADE COUNTY DESIGNATE THE 41ST STREET AND JEFFERSON AVENUE INTERSECTION AS AN OFFICIAL STUDENT CROSSING AND AS PART OF A SAFE ROUTE TO SCHOOL; AND (2) URGING THE FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION TO IMPLEMENT A SIGNALIZED CROSSING FOR THIS INTERSECTION TO ENHANCE STUDENT AND GENERAL PEDESTRIAN SAFETY.

Transportation

Tagged Passions:boards and commissions, streets, beach, transportation, education, and Pedestrian

REGULAR AGENDA R5 - Ordinances

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:ordinance

R5 A HEIGHT INCREASE FOR GROUND LEVEL ADDITIONS ON OCEANFRONT LOTS IN THE ARCHITECTURAL DISTRICT AN ORDINANCE OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, AMENDING THE CODE OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, SUBPART B, ENTITLED LAND DEVELOPMENT REGULATIONS, BY AMENDING CHAPTER 142, ENTITLED ZONING DISTRICTS AND REGULATIONS, ARTICLE II, ENTITLED DISTRICT REGULATIONS, DIVISION 3, ENTITLED RESIDENTIAL MULTIFAMILY DISTRICTS, SUBDIVISION V, ENTITLED RM-3 RESIDENTIAL MULTIFAMILY, HIGH INTENSITY, BY AMENDING SECTION 142-246, ENTITLED DEVELOPMENT REGULATIONS AND AREA REQUIREMENTS, TO INCREASE THE HEIGHT LIMIT FOR GROUND FLOOR ADDITIONS MEETING CERTAIN REQUIREMENTS; PROVIDING FOR CODIFICATION; REPEALER; SEVERABILITY; AND AN EFFECTIVE DATE. 11:05 a.m. Second Reading Public Hearing Planning First Reading on July 17, 2019 - R5 N Vice-Mayor Ricky Arriola and Co-Sponsored by

Tagged Passions:planning, regulation, ordinance, boards and commissions, development, beach, zoning, subdivision, Development, and hearing

Commissioners John Elizabeth Aleman and Joy Malakoff

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R5 B ACCESSORY DWELLING UNITS (ADU) - COMPREHENSIVE PLAN AMENDMENT

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Tagged Passions:strategic

AN ORDINANCE AMENDING THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH YEAR 2025 COMPREHENSIVE PLAN, BY AMENDING CHAPTER 1, ENTITLED FUTURE LAND USE ELEMENT ; OBJECTIVE 1, ENTITLED LAND DEVELOPMENT REGULATIONS, AT POLICY 1.2, SINGLE FAMILY RESIDENTIAL CATEGORY (RS), TO ALLOW FOR ACCESSORY AND CONDITIONAL USES AS PROVIDED FOR IN THE LAND DEVELOPMENT REGULATIONS AND TO PROVIDE THAT ACCESSORY DWELLING UNITS DO NOT COUNT TOWARDS MAXIMUM DENSITY LIMITS; AND AMENDING CHAPTER 3, ENTITLED HOUSING ELEMENT, OBJECTIVE 1, ENTITLED CREATION AND/OR PRESERVATION OF AFFORDABLE HOUSING AND OBJECTIVE 3, ENTITLED ADEQUATE SITES AND DISTRIBUTION OF HOUSING FOR VERY LOW TO MODERATE-INCOME HOUSEHOLDS; AND ADEQUATE SITES FOR MOBILE AND MANUFACTURED HOMES, TO PROVIDE FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF ACCESSORY DWELLING UNITS IN ORDER TO ENCOURAGE THE DEVELOPMENT OF HOUSING AT AN ATTAINABLE RATE; AND PROVIDING FOR INCLUSION IN THE COMPREHENSIVE PLAN, TRANSMITTAL, REPEALER, SEVERABILITY, AND AN EFFECTIVE DATE.11:10 a.m. Second Reading Public Hearing Planning Continued from July 17, 2019 - R5 A Vice-Mayor Ricky Arriola

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Tagged Passions:planning, regulation, ordinance, sites, strategic, development, beach, Development, preservation, hearing, policy, and housing

R5 C ACCESSORY DWELLING UNITS (ADU) - LAND DEVELOPMENT REGULATIONS AN ORDINANCE OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, AMENDING THE CODE OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, SUBPART B, ENTITLED LAND DEVELOPMENT REGULATIONS, BY AMENDING CHAPTER 114 OF THE CITY CODE, ENTITLED GENERAL PROVISIONS, SECTION 114-1, ENTITLED DEFINITIONS, TO ESTABLISH A DEFINITION FOR ACCESSORY DWELLING UNIT AND REMOVE THE DEFINITION OF GUEST/SERVANTS QUARTERS ; AMENDING CHAPTER 142, ENTITLED ZONING DISTRICTS AND REGULATIONS, ARTICLE IV, ENTITLED SUPPLEMENTARY DISTRICT REGULATIONS, DIVISION 2, ENTITLED ACCESSORY USES, SECTION 142-905, ENTITLED PERMITTED ACCESSORY USES IN SINGLE-FAMILY DISTRICTS, TO REPLACE GUEST/SERVANTS QUARTERS WITH ACCESSORY DWELLING UNIT AS AN ALLOWABLE ACCESSORY USE FOR SINGLE- FAMILY DISTRICTS, AND PROVIDE STANDARDS FOR THEIR DEVELOPMENT AND LEASING; AND AMENDING CHAPTER 142, ENTITLED ZONING DISTRICTS AND REGULATIONS, ARTICLE IV, ENTITLED SUPPLEMENTARY DISTRICT REGULATIONS, DIVISION 4, ENTITLED SUPPLEMENTARY YARD REGULATIONS, SECTION 142-1132, ENTITLED ALLOWABLE ENCROACHMENTS WITHIN REQUIRED YARDS, TO ALLOW FOR ACCESSORY DWELLING UNITS AS AN ALLOWABLE USE IN ACCESSORY BUILDINGS AND MODIFY THE MEASUREMENT OF HEIGHT FOR ACCESSORY BUILDINGS; AND PROVIDING FOR CODIFICATION, REPEALER, SEVERABILITY, AND AN EFFECTIVE DATE. 11:15 a.m. Second Reading Public Hearing Vice-Mayor Ricky Arriola Continued from July 17, 2019 - R5 B Planning

R5 D TC-C DISTRICT CO-LIVING UNIT DENSITY CALCULATIONS COMPREHENSIVE PLAN AMENDMENT AN ORDINANCE AMENDING THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH YEAR 2025 COMPREHENSIVE PLAN, BY AMENDING CHAPTER 1, ENTITLED FUTURE LAND USE ELEMENT ; OBJECTIVE 1, ENTITLED LAND DEVELOPMENT REGULATIONS, AT POLICY 1.2, TOWN CENTER - CENTRAL CORE CATEGORY (TC-C), TO MODIFY HOW CO-LIVING UNITS AFFECT MAXIMUM DENSITY CALCULATIONS; AND AMENDING CHAPTER 3, ENTITLED HOUSING ELEMENT, OBJECTIVE 1, ENTITLED CREATION AND/OR PRESERVATION OF AFFORDABLE HOUSING TO PROVIDE FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF CO-LIVING UNITS IN ORDER TO ENCOURAGE THE DEVELOPMENT OF HOUSING AT AN ATTAINABLE RATE; AND PROVIDING FOR INCLUSION IN THE COMPREHENSIVE PLAN, TRANSMITTAL, REPEALER, SEVERABILITY, AND AN EFFECTIVE DATE. Page 7 of 1288
Tagged Passions:planning, regulation, ordinance, leasing, strategic, boards and commissions, development, beach, zoning, Development, preservation, hearing, policy, encroachment, and housing

11:20 a.m. Second Reading Public Hearing Planning Continued from July 17, 2019 - R5 G Commissioner John Elizabeth Aleman

R5 E TC-C DISTRICT CO-LIVING UNIT DENSITY CALCULATIONS LAND DEVELOPMENT REGULATIONS AN ORDINANCE OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, AMENDING THE CODE OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, SUBPART B, ENTITLED LAND DEVELOPMENT REGULATIONS, BY AMENDING CHAPTER 142, ENTITLED ZONING DISTRICTS AND REGULATIONS, ARTICLE II, ENTITLED DISTRICT REGULATIONS, DIVISION 21, ENTITLED TOWN CENTER-CENTRAL CORE (TC-C) DISTRICT, TO MODIFY HOW THE MAXIMUM NUMBER OF CO-LIVING UNITS IS CALCULATED, MODIFY THE MAXIMUM NUMBER OF CO-LIVING UNITS, AND MODIFY HOW CO-LIVING UNITS AFFECT MAXIMUM DENSITY CALCULATIONS; AND PROVIDING FOR CODIFICATION, REPEALER, SEVERABILITY, AND AN EFFECTIVE DATE. 11:25 p.m. Second Reading Public Hearing Planning Continued from July 17, 2019 - R5 H Commissioner John Elizabeth Aleman

Tagged Passions:planning, regulation, ordinance, boards and commissions, development, beach, zoning, Development, and hearing

R5 F PORTION OF OCEAN TERRACE, 74TH STREET AND 75TH STREET RIGHTS OF WAY - COMPREHENSIVE PLAN AN ORDINANCE OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, AMENDING THE FUTURE LAND USE MAP OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH 2025 COMPREHENSIVE PLAN BY CHANGING THE FUTURE LAND USE CATEGORY PURSUANT TO SECTION 118-166 OF THE CITY CODE, AND PURSUANT TO SECTIONS 163.3181 AND SECTION 163.3187, FLORIDA STATUTES, BY CHANGING THE FUTURE LAND USE DESIGNATION FOR A PARCEL OF LAND LOCATED IN THE EAST HALF OF THE OCEAN TERRACE RIGHT OF WAY (BETWEEN THE CENTERLINE OF 74TH STREET AND THE NORTHERN RIGHT OF WAY LINE OF 75TH STREET AS SHOWN ON THE PLAT OF THE TOWNSITE OF HARDING, RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 34, PAGE 4 OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF MIAMI-DADE COUNTY), AND LOCATED IN THE 75TH STREET RIGHT OF WAY BETWEEN OCEAN TERRACE AND COLLINS AVENUE, AND WHICH IS COMPRISED OF LESS THAN 10 ACRES, FROM THE CURRENT DESIGNATIONS OF PF, PUBLIC FACILITY, AND ROS, RECREATION AND OPEN SPACE, TO THE FUTURE LAND USE CATEGORIES OF CD-2, COMMERCIAL MEDIUM INTENSITY, AND MXE, MIXED-USE ENTERTAINMENT ; AND PROVIDING FOR INCLUSION IN THE COMPREHENSIVE PLAN, TRANSMITTAL, REPEALER, SEVERABILITY, AND AN EFFECTIVE DATE.

Tagged Passions:ordinance, facility, strategic, boards and commissions, streets, beach, zoning, property, commercial, public records, and recreation

11:30 a.m. Second Reading Public Hearing Planning Continued from July 17, 2019 - R5 I Commissioner Ricky Arriola

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:planning and hearing

R5 G PORTION OF OCEAN TERRACE, 74TH STREET AND 75TH STREET RIGHTS OF WAY - ZONING DISTRICT CHANGE AN ORDINANCE OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, AMENDING THE OFFICIAL ZONING DISTRICT MAP, CONSISTENT WITH THE REQUIREMENTS OF CITY CODE SECTION 142-72, DISTRICT MAP, AND PURSUANT TO CITY CODE SECTION 118-162, PETITIONS FOR CHANGES AND AMENDMENTS, BY CHANGING THE ZONING DISTRICT CLASSIFICATION FOR A PARCEL OF LAND LOCATED IN THE EAST HALF OF THE OCEAN TERRACE RIGHT OF WAY (BETWEEN THE CENTERLINE OF 74TH STREET AND THE NORTHERN RIGHT OF WAY LINE OF 75TH STREET AS SHOWN ON THE PLAT OF THE TOWNSITE OF HARDING, RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 34, PAGE 4 OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF MIAMI-DADE COUNTY), AND LOCATED IN THE 75TH STREET RIGHT OF WAY BETWEEN OCEAN TERRACE AND COLLINS AVENUE, AND WHICH IS COMPRISED OF LESS THAN 10 ACRES, FROM THE CURRENT ZONING CLASSIFICATION OF GU, GOVERNMENT USE DISTRICT, TO CD-2, COMMERCIAL MEDIUM INTENSITY DISTRICT, AND MXE, MIXED-USE ENTERTAINMENT, AND EXTENDING THE

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Tagged Passions:ordinance, boards and commissions, beach, zoning, property, commercial, and public records

BOUNDARY OF THE OCEAN TERRACE OVERLAY ZONE TO ENCOMPASS SAID PARCEL OF LAND; AND PROVIDING FOR CODIFICATION, REPEALER, SEVERABILITY, AND AN EFFECTIVE DATE. 11:35 a.m. Second Reading Public Hearing Planning Continued from July 17, 2019 - R5 J Commissioner Ricky Arriola

Tagged Passions:planning, property, and hearing

R5 H CCC CIVIC CONVENTION CENTER DISTRICT HOTEL SETBACK REGULATIONS MECHANICAL PARKING AN ORDINANCE OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, AMENDING THE CODE OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, SUBPART B, ENTITLED LAND DEVELOPMENT REGULATIONS, BY AMENDING CHAPTER 142 OF THE CITY CODE, ENTITLED ZONING DISTRICTS AND REGULATIONS, ARTICLE II, ENTITLED, DISTRICT REGULATIONS, DIVISION 7, ENTITLED CCC CONVENTION CENTER DISTRICT, SECTION 142-366, ENTITLED SETBACK REQUIREMENTS, TO MODIFY THE DEVELOPMENT REGULATIONS PERTAINING TO SETBACK REQUIREMENTS TO ACCOMMODATE THE DEVELOPMENT OF A CONVENTION HOTEL; BY AMENDING CHAPTER 130 OF THE CITY CODE, ENTITLED OFF-STREET PARKING, ARTICLE II, ENTITLED DISTRICTS; REQUIREMENTS, SECTION 130-38, ENTITLED MECHANICAL AND ROBOTIC PARKING SYSTEMS, TO CREATE AN EXEMPTION FROM PLANNING BOARD REVIEW, IN ORDER TO ALLOW MECHANICAL PARKING IN THE CCC CIVIC CONVENTION CENTER DISTRICT; AND PROVIDING FOR CODIFICATION, REPEALER, SEVERABILITY, AND AN EFFECTIVE DATE.

Tagged Passions:planning, regulation, ordinance, boards and commissions, development, hotel, beach, zoning, conventions, Development, and parking

11:55 a.m. Second Reading Public Hearing Planning First Reading on July 17, 2019 - R5 O Mayor Dan Gelber

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:planning and hearing

R5 I AN ORDINANCE OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, AMENDING CHAPTER 46 OF THE CITY CODE, ENTITLED ENVIRONMENT, BY AMENDING ARTICLE IV, ENTITLED NOISE, BY AMENDING SECTION 46-152, ENTITLED NOISES; UNNECESSARY AND EXCESSIVE PROHIBITED, BY AMENDING THE HOURS PROHIBITING POWER TOOLS AND LANDSCAPING EQUIPMENT; AND PROVIDING FOR REPEALER, SEVERABILITY, CODIFICATION, AND AN EFFECTIVE DATE. First Reading Code Compliance Deferred from July 17, 2019 - R5 S Commissioners Mark Samuelian Michael

R5 J AN ORDINANCE OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, AMENDING CHAPTER 2 OF THE MIAMI BEACH CITY CODE, ENTITLED ADMINISTRATION, BY AMENDING ARTICLE IV, ENTITLED OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES, BY AMENDING SECTION 2-191, ENTITLED ENUMERATION OF ORGANIZATIONAL UNITS, BY AMENDING SUBSECTIONS (G), (I), (Q), AND (R) THEREOF TO REPLACE THE NAME OF DEPARTMENT OF EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT WITH THE PROPERTY MANAGEMENT DEPARTMENT, TO CHANGE THE NAME OF THE TRANSPORTATION DEPARTMENT TO THE TRANSPORTATION AND MOBILITY DEPARTMENT, TO CHANGE THE NAME OF OFFICE OF COMMUNICATIONS TO THE OFFICE OF MARKETING AND COMMUNICATIONS, AND TO CHANGE THE NAME OF OFFICE OF BUDGET AND PERFORMANCE IMPROVEMENT TO THE OFFICE OF MANAGEMENT AND BUDGET ; AND FURTHER AMENDING SECTION 2-191 BY CREATING SUBSECTIONS (Y) AND (Z) TO ADD THE OFFICE OF INSPECTOR GENERAL AND THE FLEET MANAGEMENT DEPARTMENT ; AND, PROVIDING FOR REPEALER, SEVERABILITY, CODIFICATION, AND AN EFFECTIVE DATE.

First Reading Human Resources

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Tagged Passions:human resources

Deferred from June 5, 2019 - R5 P Commissioner Ricky Arriola

R5 K EVALUATION AND APPRAISAL REVIEW - COMPREHENSIVE PLAN AMENDMENTS AN ORDINANCE AMENDING THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH YEAR 2025 COMPREHENSIVE PLAN, PURSUANT TO THE STATE COORDINATED REVIEW PROCESS OF SECTION 163.3184(4) AND (11), FLORIDA STATUTES, BY AMENDING GOALS, OBJECTIVES, POLICIES, AND DOCUMENT TITLES OF THE COMPREHENSIVE PLAN, INCLUDING THE FOLLOWING ELEMENTS: FUTURE LAND USE, TRANSPORTATION, HOUSING, PUBLIC SCHOOLS FACILITIES, INFRASTRUCTURE, RECREATION AND OPEN SPACE, INTERGOVERNMENTAL COORDINATION, CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS PROGRAM, AND HISTORIC PRESERVATION; ESTABLISHING A NEW RESILIENCY AND SUSTAINABILITY ELEMENT THAT INCORPORATES THE CONSERVATION AND COASTAL ZONE MANAGEMENT GOALS, OBJECTIVES, AND POLICIES REQUIRED BY SECTION 163.3177, FLORIDA STATUTES; DELETING THE CONSERVATION/COASTAL ZONE MANAGEMENT ELEMENT; AND, PURSUANT TO FLORIDA ADMINISTRATIVE CODE RULE 73C-49 AND SECTION 163.3191, FLORIDA STATUTES, ENTITLED EVALUATION AND APPRAISAL OF COMPREHENSIVE PLAN, INCORPORATING NECESSARY AMENDMENTS REFLECTING CHANGES IN STATE REQUIREMENTS, AND UPDATING THE COMPREHENSIVE PLAN BASED ON CHANGES IN LOCAL CONDITIONS SINCE THE LAST UPDATE BASED ON THE EVALUATION AND APPRAISAL REPORT UPDATE ADOPTED ON APRIL 13, 2011; PROVIDING FOR INCLUSION IN THE COMPREHENSIVE PLAN, TRANSMITTAL, REPEALER, SEVERABILITY, AND AN EFFECTIVE DATE. First Reading Planning
Tagged Passions:planning, ordinance, strategic, capital spending, historic, beach, Capital Spending, transportation, program, Conservation, preservation, education, intergovernmental, sustainability, recreation, and housing

Commissioner John Elizabeth Aleman

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R7 - Resolutions R7 A 1. A RESOLUTION OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI

Tagged Passions:boards and commissions

BEACH, TO CONSIDER APPROVAL, FOLLOWING SECOND READING/PUBLIC HEARING, OF A DEVELOPMENT AGREEMENT AS AUTHORIZED UNDER SECTION 118-4 OF THE CITY CODE, AND SECTIONS 163.3220 163.3243, FLORIDA STATUTES, BETWEEN THE CITY AND 7400 OCEAN TERRACE, LLC, 7410 OCEAN TERRACE, LLC, 7420 OCEAN TERRACE INVESTMENT, LLC, 7436 OCEAN TERRACE, LLC, 7450 OCEAN TERRACE, LLC, 7441 COLLINS AVENUE INVESTMENT, LLC, 7439 COLLINS AVENUE INVESTMENT, LLC, 7433 COLLINS AVENUE INVESTMENT, LLC, 7421 COLLINS AVENUE INVESTMENT, LLC AND 7409 COLLINS AVENUE INVESTMENT, LLC (COLLECTIVELY, THE DEVELOPER ), WHICH DEVELOPMENT AGREEMENT: (1) DELINEATES CONDITIONS FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE PROPERTIES LOCATED AT 7409, 7421, 7433, 7435, 7437, 7439, 7441, AND 7449 COLLINS AVENUE, AND 7400, 7410, 7420, 7430, 7436, AND 7450 OCEAN TERRACE (COLLECTIVELY, THE DEVELOPMENT SITE ), WITH SUCH DEVELOPMENT SITE TO BE DEVELOPED IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE REQUIREMENTS OF THE CITY S OCEAN TERRACE OVERLAY DISTRICT, AS SET FORTH IN SECTIONS 142-870 AND 142-870.1 OF THE CITY CODE; (2) MEMORIALIZES THE CONDITIONS FOR VACATING THE CITY S RIGHT-OF-WAY AT OCEAN TERRACE, BETWEEN 74TH STREET AND 75TH STREET, AS WELL AS PORTIONS OF 74TH STREET AND 75TH STREET, BETWEEN OCEAN TERRACE AND COLLINS AVENUE (COLLECTIVELY, THE CITY RIGHT-OF-WAY AREAS ); (3) GRANTS TO THE CITY A PERPETUAL EASEMENT OVER, ACROSS AND UNDER THE VACATED CITY RIGHT-OF-WAY AREAS FOR UTILITIES AND PUBLIC VEHICULAR, PEDESTRIAN AND RECREATIONAL USE AND ACCESS; (4) PROVIDES FOR THE DEVELOPER S DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION OF CERTAIN PUBLIC PARK AND STREETSCAPE IMPROVEMENTS IN THE VICINITY OF OCEAN TERRACE, BETWEEN 73RD STREET AND 75TH STREET, AT DEVELOPER S COST AND EXPENSE (WITH THE EXCEPTION OF CERTAIN CITY FEES); AND (5) WITH THE FOREGOING SUBJECT TO AND CONTINGENT UPON DEVELOPER S SATISFACTION

Page 10 of 1288 OF THE CONDITIONS SET FORTH IN THE DEVELOPMENT AGREEMENT AND THE CITY COMMISSION S VACATION OF THE CITY RIGHT-OF-WAY AREAS AND ENACTMENT OF CERTAIN AMENDMENTS TO THE CITY S FUTURE LAND USE MAP AND ZONING MAP, AT ITS SOLE DISCRETION.
Tagged Passions:grant, construction, boards and commissions, utility, development, Utility, beach, zoning, streetscape, parks, Development, investment, hearing, Pedestrian, easement, and recreation

2.
A RESOLUTION OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, APPROVING, ON SECOND READING/PUBLIC HEARING OF THIS RESOLUTION, THE VACATION OF THAT PORTION OF (1) OCEAN TERRACE, BETWEEN THE CENTERLINE OF 74TH STREET AND THE NORTHERN RIGHT-OF- WAY LINE OF 75TH STREET, WHICH CONSISTS OF A 60-FOOT WIDE RIGHT-OF-WAY CONTAINING APPROXIMATELY 25,200 SQUARE FEET IN TOTAL LOT AREA; (2) THE NORTH HALF OF 74TH STREET, BETWEEN OCEAN TERRACE AND COLLINS AVENUE, WHICH CONSISTS OF A 30-FOOT WIDE RIGHT-OF-WAY CONTAINING APPROXIMATELY 8,880 SQUARE FEET IN TOTAL LOT AREA; AND (3) A PORTION OF 75TH STREET, BETWEEN OCEAN TERRACE AND COLLINS AVENUE, WHICH CONSISTS OF A 40-FOOT WIDE RIGHT-OF-WAY CONTAINING APPROXIMATELY 11,840 SQUARE FEET IN TOTAL LOT AREA (COLLECTIVELY, THE CITY RIGHT-OF- WAY AREAS ), IN FAVOR OF THE ABUTTING PROPERTY OWNERS, 7400 OCEAN TERRACE, LLC, 7410 OCEAN TERRACE, LLC, 7420 OCEAN TERRACE INVESTMENT, LLC, 7436 OCEAN TERRACE, LLC, 7450 OCEAN TERRACE, LLC, AND 7441 COLLINS AVENUE INVESTMENT, LLC (COLLECTIVELY, THE DEVELOPER ) AND G V REALTY, LLC, THE OWNER OF 7401 COLLINS AVENUE; CONDITIONING THE VACATION UPON THE CITY COMMISSION S APPROVAL OF, AND DEVELOPER S SATISFACTION OF, CERTAIN TERMS AND CONDITIONS, TO BE SET FORTH IN A DEVELOPMENT AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE CITY AND DEVELOPER, WHICH CONDITIONS SHALL, AMONG OTHER TERMS, REQUIRE THE DEVELOPER TO (1) GRANT TO THE CITY A PERPETUAL EASEMENT OVER, ACROSS AND UNDER THE CITY RIGHT-OF-WAY AREAS FOR UTILITIES AND PUBLIC VEHICULAR, PEDESTRIAN AND RECREATIONAL USE AND ACCESS; AND (2) DEVELOP, DESIGN, AND CONSTRUCT, AT THE DEVELOPER S SOLE COST AND EXPENSE (EXCEPT FOR PAYMENT OF CERTAIN CITY FEES), CERTAIN PUBLIC PARK AND STREETSCAPE IMPROVEMENTS IN THE VICINITY OF OCEAN TERRACE, BETWEEN 73RD STREET AND 75TH STREET, WITH SUCH PUBLIC IMPROVEMENTS HAVING A VALUE OF APPROXIMATELY FOURTEEN MILLION EIGHT HUNDRED THOUSAND DOLLARS ( 14,800,000); AND FURTHER, WAIVING, BY 5/7TH VOTE, THE COMPETITIVE BIDDING REQUIREMENT, PURSUANT TO SECTION 82-38 OF THE CITY CODE, FINDING SUCH WAIVER TO BE IN THE BEST INTEREST OF THE CITY. 11:40 a.m. Second Reading Public Hearing Public Works First Reading PH on June 26, 2019 - R7 A

R7 B A RESOLUTION OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, APPROVING, ON SECOND READING/PUBLIC HEARING OF THIS RESOLUTION, THE VACATION OF THAT PORTION OF (1) THE NORTHERN HALF OF AN ALLEY KNOWN AS ABBOTT COURT, CONSISTING OF APPROXIMATELY 3,521 SQUARE FEET IN TOTAL LOT AREA; AND (2) THE ALLEY KNOWN AS NORMANDY BEACH COURT, CONSISTING OF APPROXIMATELY 1,000 SQUARE FEET IN TOTAL LOT AREA, WITH THE FOREGOING ALLEYS LOCATED BETWEEN BYRON AVENUE AND ABBOTT AVENUE, FROM 71ST STREET TO 72ND STREET (COLLECTIVELY, THE CITY ALLEYS ), IN FAVOR OF THE ABUTTING PROPERTY OWNERS, ABBOTT AVENUE PARTNERS, LLC; PUMPS AT 71, LLC; AND 7433 COLLINS AVE. CORP. (THE APPLICANT ); FURTHER, PROVIDING THAT THE VACATION OF THE CITY ALLEYS SHALL BE SUBJECT TO AND CONDITIONED UPON THE APPLICANT'S EXECUTION OF A VACATION AGREEMENT AND DELIVERY OF CERTAIN PUBLIC BENEFITS TO THE CITY, INCLUDING THE DEDICATION OF THE SOUTHERN FORTY (40) FEET OF 7117 BYRON AVENUE, CONNECTING BYRON AVENUE TO ABBOTT COURT, AND CONSISTING OF A TOTAL OF 4,741 SQUARE FEET (THE NEW CITY ALLEY ), WITH APPROXIMATELY 2,543 SQUARE FEET OF THE NEW CITY ALLEY TO BE DEDICATED

Page 11 of 1288 FOR PUBLIC USE AS AN ALLEY FOR PEDESTRIAN AND VEHICULAR TRAVEL, AND WITH APPROXIMATELY 2,198 SQUARE FEET OF THE NEW CITY ALLEY TO BE DEDICATED AS A NEW STORMWATER RETENTION AREA, AND IMPROVED AS A BIOSWALE, AT APPLICANT'S SOLE COST AND EXPENSE; FURTHER, WAIVING, BY 5/7TH VOTE, THE COMPETITIVE BIDDING REQUIREMENT, PURSUANT TO SECTION 82-38 OF THE CITY CODE, FINDING SUCH WAIVER TO BE IN THE BEST INTEREST OF THE CITY; FURTHER, AUTHORIZING THE ADMINISTRATION TO FINALIZE A VACATION AGREEMENT THAT INCORPORATES THE CONDITIONS SET FORTH IN THIS RESOLUTION, AND FURTHER AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR AND CITY CLERK TO EXECUTE THE VACATION AGREEMENT, SUBJECT TO FORM APPROVAL BY THE CITY ATTORNEY. 11:45 a.m. Second Reading Public Hearing Public Works First Reading on July 17, 2019 - R7 D Commissioner Joy Malakoff

Tagged Passions:legal, boards and commissions, streets, travel, beach, Public Works, public works, property, hearing, Pedestrian, court, and stormwater

R7 C A RESOLUTION OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, ADOPTING THE EIGHTH AMENDMENT TO THE CAPITAL BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 2018/19.

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Tagged Passions:boards and commissions, budget, and beach

(ITEM TO BE SUBMITTED IN SUPPLEMENTAL) 11:50 a.m. Public Hearing Budget and Performance Improvement

Tagged Passions:budget, performance, and hearing

R7 D A RESOLUTION OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA SETTING 1) THE PROPOSED OPERATING MILLAGE RATE; 2) THE REQUIRED DEBT SERVICE MILLAGE RATE; 3) THE CALCULATED ROLLED-BACK RATE; AND, 4) THE DATE, TIME, AND PLACE OF THE FIRST PUBLIC HEARING TO CONSIDER THE MILLAGE RATES AND BUDGETS FOR FISCAL YEAR (FY) 2019/20; FURTHER AUTHORIZING THE CITY MANAGER TO TRANSMIT THIS INFORMATION TO THE MIAMI-DADE COUNTY PROPERTY APPRAISER IN THE FORM REQUIRED BY SECTION 200.065, FLORIDA STATUTES.

Budget and Performance Improvement

Tagged Passions:boards and commissions, budget, taxes, Taxes, beach, performance, property, hearing, administrator, manager, and rates

R7 E A RESOLUTION OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF THE NORMANDY SHORES LOCAL GOVERNMENT NEIGHBORHOOD IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT SETTING 1) THE PROPOSED GENERAL OPERATING MILLAGE RATE FOR THE NORMANDY SHORES NEIGHBORHOOD IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT; 2) THE CALCULATED ROLLED-BACK RATE; AND, 3) THE DATE, TIME, AND PLACE OF THE FIRST PUBLIC HEARING TO CONSIDER THE OPERATING MILLAGE RATE AND BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR (FY) 2019/20; AND, FURTHER, AUTHORIZING THE CITY MANAGER TO TRANSMIT THIS INFORMATION TO THE MIAMI-DADE COUNTY PROPERTY APPRAISER IN THE FORM REQUIRED BY SECTION 200.065, FLORIDA STATUTES.

Budget and Performance Improvement

Tagged Passions:budget, taxes, Taxes, performance, property, hearing, administrator, manager, and neighborhood

R7 F A RESOLUTION OF MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, ACCEPTING THE WRITTEN RECOMMENDATION OF THE CITY MANAGER AND WAIVING, BY 5/7TH VOTE, THE FORMAL COMPETITIVE BIDDING REQUIREMENT, FINDING SUCH WAIVER TO BE IN THE CITY S BEST INTEREST, AND AUTHORIZING THE CITY MANAGER TO EXECUTE A CONTRACTOR SERVICE ORDER WITH CAMINO REAL GROUP, INC., D.B.A. ALPHA WRECKING GROUP, FOR THE DEMOLITION OF 6979 COLLINS AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH, FL 33141, IN AN AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED 476,685.00, WHICH INCLUDES A 10 CONTINGENCY.

Building

Tagged Passions:boards and commissions, beach, demolition, administrator, and manager

R7 G A RESOLUTION OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, ACCEPTING THE RECOMMENDATION OF THE FINANCE AND CITYWIDE PROJECTS COMMITTEE REGARDING THE 72 STREET PARK, LIBRARY AND AQUATIC CENTER; AND AUTHORIZING THE ADMINISTRATION TO PROCEED WITH THE COMPLETION OF THE FEASIBILITY STUDY AND THE PREPARATION OF

Page 12 of 1288 A DESIGN CRITERIA PACKAGE. Office of Capital Improvement Projects Commissioner Aleman

Tagged Passions:finance, boards and commissions, streets, capital spending, beach, Capital Spending, parks, and library

R7 H A RESOLUTION OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, FOLLOWING THE ADMINISTRATION S UPDATE WITH REGARDS TO THE CURRENT STATUS OF THE LINCOLN ROAD REDEVELOPMENT PROJECT AND APPROVING AND AUTHORIZING THE ADMINISTRATION TO PROCEED WITH THE BIDDING AND CONSTRUCTION PHASES OF THE PROJECT, UTILIZING A COMBINATION OF SCOPE REDUCTION AND ADDITIONAL FUNDING OF 16.26 MILLION TO CLOSE THE FUNDING GAP (OPTION A).

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:funding, construction, boards and commissions, streets, and beach

(ITEM TO BE SUBMITTED IN SUPPLEMENTAL)

Office of Capital Improvement Projects

Tagged Passions:capital spending and Capital Spending

R7 I A RESOLUTION OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA RATIFYING A THREE YEAR LABOR AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH AND THE FRATERNAL ORDER OF POLICE, WILLIAM NICHOLS LODGE NO. 8 (FOP), FOR THE PERIOD FROM OCTOBER 1, 2018 THROUGH SEPTEMBER 30, 2021; AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR, CITY MANAGER, AND POLICE CHIEF TO EXECUTE THE LABOR AGREEMENT.

R7 J A RESOLUTION OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, ACCEPTING THE RECOMMENDATION OF THE CITY MANAGER AND WAIVING, BY 5/7TH VOTE, THE FORMAL COMPETITIVE BIDDING REQUIREMENT IN ACCORDANCE WITH SECTION 2-367 OF THE CITY CODE, FINDING SUCH WAIVER TO BE IN THE CITY'S BEST INTEREST, AND AUTHORIZING THE PURCHASE OF THE U.S. MOTORS BRAND OF ELECTRIC MOTORS MANUFACTURED BY NIDEC CORPORATION (WITH SUCH PURCHASES BEING MADE FROM ANY AUTHORIZED DISTRIBUTOR THEREOF), FOR THE PURPOSE OF STANDARDIZING THE ELECTRIC MOTORS THAT SERVICE THE VERTICAL AND HORIZONTAL TURBINE PUMPS AT THE CITY'S WATER AND WASTEWATER PUMP STATIONS, IN THE NOT-TO-EXCEED AMOUNT AS MAY BE APPROPRIATED ANNUALLY FOR SUCH PRODUCTS THROUGH THE CITY'S BUDGET PROCESS.

R7 K A RESOLUTION OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, DECLARING THE MONTH OF OCTOBER 2019 AS DISABILITY AWARENESS MONTH IN THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH.

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Tagged Passions:boards and commissions, disability, and beach

Office of the City Attorney Commissioner Michael Gongora

Tagged Passions:legal

R7 L A RESOLUTION OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COMMISSION OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, URGING GOVERNOR RONALD DESANTIS, THE FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION ( DEP ), AND OTHER APPLICABLE STATE AGENCIES TO ISSUE THE EXPEDITED APPROVAL OF MIAMI-DADE COUNTY S REQUEST FOR A ONE-TIME EXTENDED PERMIT THAT WOULD RUN CONTINUOUSLY THROUGH OCTOBER 31, 2019, IN ORDER TO ADDRESS THE OVERABUNDANCE OF SEAWEED BEING DEPOSITED ON THE BEACHES OF MIAMI- DADE COUNTY AND THE CITY.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:boards and commissions, beach, and environment

Office of the City Attorney Mayor Dan Gelber

Tagged Passions:legal

R9 - New Business and Commission Requests R9 A STATUS/UPDATE ON THE MIAMI BEACH HALL OF FAME.

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Tagged Passions:business, boards and commissions, and beach

Commissioner Micky Steinberg Deferred from July 17, 2019 - R9 O

R9 B DISCUSSION REGARDING THE PROCESS FOR AFFORDABLE HOUSING AVAILABILITY WAITLIST.

Commissioner Michael Gongora Deferred from July 17, 2019 - R9 P R9 C DISCUSSION REGARDING AN UPDATE ON THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH HEALTH FAIR. Commissioner Michael Gongora Deferred from July 17, 2019 - R9 Q

Tagged Passions:health, beach, and housing

R9 D DISCUSSION REGARDING THE LGBTQ ADVISORY COMMITTEE'S JULY 9, 2019 MOTION.

Commissioner Michael Gongora Deferred from July 17, 2019 - R9 R

Tagged Passions:discrimination and LGBTQ

Notices 1. MIAMI BEACH REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY (RDA) MEMBERS.

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Tagged Passions:beach

2.
HOW A PERSON MAY APPEAR BEFORE THE CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA.

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Tagged Passions:boards and commissions and beach

3.
USE OF AUDIO-VISUAL EQUIPMENT IN THE COMMISSION CHAMBERS FOR PRESENTATIONS DURING PUBLIC MEETINGS.

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Tagged Passions:equipment and boards and commissions

4.
2019 COMMISSION MEETING DATES.

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Tagged Passions:boards and commissions

5.
ADVERTISEMENTS.

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6.
TIME CERTAIN.

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Competitive Bid Reports - C2 A

COMMISSION MEMORANDUM TO: Honorable Mayor and Members of the City Commission FROM: Jimmy L. Morales, City Manager DATE: July 31, 2019

Tagged Passions:rfp, RFP, boards and commissions, administrator, and manager

SUBJECT: REQUEST FOR APPROVAL TO ISSUE A REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS (RFP) NO. 2019-306-KB, FOR A REVENUE SHARING AGREEMENT FOR THE CONSTRUCTION, OPERATION, AND MAINTENANCE OF BUS SHELTERS.

Tagged Passions:rfp, RFP, construction, and Public Transit

RECOMMENDATION The Administration recommends the issuance of the RFP.

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Tagged Passions:rfp and RFP

ANALYSIS In October 2001, an agreement between the City and Clear Channel was executed for Clear Channel to construct, operate and maintain bus shelter structures and other street furniture on the public right-of-way throughout the City. The agreement (currently on a month-to-month) provides for commercial advertising on the bus shelter and revenue sharing with the City.

At the December 9, 2015 City Commission meeting, the Commission discussed the need to improve the existing bus shelter design and the desire for bus shelters to include enhancements that could help promote transit. At the March 9, 2016 City Commission meeting, the Commission adopted Resolution No. 2016-29325 accepting the recommendation of the Finance and Citywide Projects Committee (FCWPC) to issue a Request for Proposals for the design of new bus shelters; and authorizing the City Manager to extend the existing agreement between the City and Clear Channel on a month-to-month basis after expiration on October 31, 2016, as needed, such that the Clear Channel contract would remain in place until the new contract is executed. On April 13, 2016, the City Commission approved to issue Request for Qualifications (RFQ) No. 2016-116-KB for Architectural and Engineering Design Criteria Professional Services for New Bus Shelters. A contract for bus shelter design services was executed on July 19, 2017, and the design effort commenced on October 4, 2017. The design phase includes development of 100 final engineering plans, specifications, and construction cost estimates. The new bus shelter design is of an iconic nature and incorporates features enhancing the transit experience of passengers, including various innovative design configurations and technology. The various bus shelter configurations will enable for installation of bus shelters at more bus stops throughout the City, particularly at locations with limited right-of-way which currently do not provide for any protection from the elements. New bus shelters will improve Page 15 of 1288 transit stop amenities for transit passengers, provide for the highest standard in maintenance and cleanliness, improve and maintain safe pedestrian through ways, and comply with all Americans with Disability Act requirements. The City of Miami Beach has approximately 102 bus shelters within its limits. Of those, 99 include advertising panels with two visible faces. All the existing shelters will be replaced by the new shelters. Additionally, bus shelter inventory will be expanded to approximately total of 284 units with approximately 377 visible faces (not all shelters will have ads and some shelters may have only one face). The purpose of this RFP is to seek proposals from qualified parties for the construction, operation and maintenance of new bus shelters, including the sale of bus shelter advertising space, with the goal of negotiating an agreement that results in revenue to the City. It is the intent of the City that all costs relating to construction and installation of the bus shelters shall be the responsibility of the successful proposer. Following the receipt of proposals, an Evaluation Committee will review proposals in accordance with the criteria established in the RFP. I am considering appointing the following individuals to serve on the Evaluation Committee:

Tagged Passions:rfp, RFP, construction, finance, boards and commissions, streets, sale, appointments, disability, development, contract, beach, Public Transit, advertising, services, Technology, Development, technology, commercial, administrator, manager, and Pedestrian

- Roland Aragunde, Detective, Technical Operations Unit - Tonya Daniels, Director of Marketing Communications - Anamarie Ferreira de Melo, Member of the Transportation, Parking and Bicycle/Pedestrian Facilities Committee - Jay Fink, Assistant Director, Public Works Department - Milos Majstorovic, Transit Manager, Transportation Department - James Murphy, Chief of Urban Planning, Planning Department - Raonel Rodriguez, Transit Passenger Amenities Manager, Miami-Dade County Department of Transportation and Public Works

- Melissa Berthier, Assistant Director of Marketing Communications, City of Miami Beach - Steven L. Feldman, Captain / MBITG II, Investigations and Support Division, Miami Beach Police Department - Alfred Feola, Chairman, Transportation, Parking and Bicycle/Pedestrian Facilities Committee - Jose R. Gonzalez, P.E., Director, Transportation Department, City of Miami Beach

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Tagged Passions:market, public safety, beach, transportation, communications, Communications, Bicycles, Pedestrian, parking, and bicycles

CONCLUSION The Administration recommends the issuance of RFP 2019-306-KB seeking proposals for a revenue sharing agreement for the construction, operation, and maintenance of bus shelters.

KEY INTENDED OUTCOMES SUPPORTED Ensure Comprehensive Mobility Addressing All Modes Throughout The City Legislative Tracking Transportation/Procurement Page 16 of 1288

Tagged Passions:rfp, RFP, construction, Public Transit, transportation, and purchasing

ATTACHMENTS: Description DRAFT RFP APPENDIX D APPENDIX E APPENDIX F

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

SOLICITATION SECTIONS: PAGE 0100 NOT UTILIZED ........................................................................................................ N/A
Tagged Passions:solicitation

0200 INSTRUCTIONS TO PROPOSERS GENERAL CONDITIONS ................................ 3

0300 PROPOSAL SUBMITTAL INSTRUCTIONS FORMAT ............................................ 12 0400 PROPOSAL EVALUATION ....................................................................................... 16 APPENDICES: PAGE APPENDIX A PROPOSAL CERTIFICATION, QUESTIONNAIRE AND AFFIDAVITS ....... 18 APPENDIX B NO PROPOSAL FORM ............................................................................ 24 APPENDIX C SPECIFICATIONS ...................................................................................... 26 APPENDIX D PLANS SPECIFICATIONS by ACAI (under separate cover) .................... 42 APPENDIX E MAP AND THE LIST OF ALL EXISTING BUS STOPS AND SHELTERS IN
Tagged Passions:Public Transit and instruction

THE CITY (under separate cover) ............................................................... 43

APPENDIX F MAP AND THE LIST OF ALL PROPOSED BUS STOPS AND SHELTERS IN
Tagged Passions:Public Transit

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SECTION 0200 INSTRUCTIONS TO RESPONDENTS GENERAL CONDITIONS

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GENERAL. This Request for Proposals (RFP) is issued by the City of Miami Beach, Florida (the City ), as the means for prospective Proposers to submit their qualifications, proposed scopes of work and cost proposals (the proposal ) to the City for the City s consideration as an option in achieving the required scope of services and requirements as noted herein. All documents released in connection with this solicitation, including all appendixes and addenda, whether included herein or released under separate cover, comprise the solicitation, and are complementary to one another and together establish the complete terms, conditions and obligations of the Proposers and, subsequently, the successful Proposer(s) (the contractor[s] ) if this RFP results in an award.

The City utilizes PublicPurchase (www.publicpurchase.com) for automatic notification of competitive solicitation opportunities and document fulfillment, including the issuance of any addendum to this RFP. Any prospective Proposer who has received this RFP by any means other than through PublicPurchase must register immediately with PublicPurchase to assure it receives any addendum issued to this RFP. Failure to receive an addendum may result in disqualification of proposal submitted.
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BACKGROUND PURPOSE.

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2.1 Background. In October 2001, an agreement between the City and Clear Channel was executed for Clear Channel to construct, operate and maintain bus shelter structures and other street furniture on the public right- of-way throughout the City. The agreement (currently on a month-to-month) provides for commercial advertising on the bus shelter and revenue sharing with the City.

At the December 9, 2015 City Commission meeting, the Commission discussed the need to improve the existing bus shelter design and the desire for bus shelters to include enhancements that could help promote transit. At the March 9, 2016 City Commission meeting, the Commission adopted Resolution No. 2016-29325 accepting the recommendation of the Finance and Citywide Projects Committee (FCWPC) to issue a Request for Proposals for the design of new bus shelters; and authorizing the City Manager to extend the existing agreement between the City and Clear Channel on a month-to-month basis after expiration on October 31, 2016, as needed, such that the Clear Channel contract would remain in place until the new contract is executed. On April 13, 2016, the City Commission approved to issue Request for Qualifications (RFQ) No. 2016-116-KB for Architectural and Engineering Design Criteria Professional Services for New Bus Shelters. A contract for bus shelter design services was executed on July 19, 2017, and the design effort commenced on October 4, 2017. The design phase includes development of 100 final engineering plans, specifications, and construction cost estimates. The new bus shelter design is of an iconic nature and incorporates features enhancing the transit experience of passengers, including innovative designs and technology as well as enabling for installation of bus shelter installation at more bus stops, particularly those of limited right-of-way, which currently do not provide for any protection from the elements. New bus shelters shall improve transit stop amenities for transit passengers, provide for the highest standard in maintenance and cleanliness, improve and maintain safe pedestrian through ways, and comply with all Americans with Disability Act requirements. The City of Miami Beach has approximately 102 bus shelters within its limits. Of those, 99 include advertising panels with two visible faces. All the existing shelters will be replaced by the new shelters. Additionally, bus shelter inventory will be expanded to approximately total of 284 units with approximately 377 visible faces (not all shelters will have ads and some shelters may have only one (1) face). Page 20 of 1288
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2.2 Purpose. The purpose of this RFP is to seek proposals from qualified parties for the construction, operation and maintenance of new bus shelters, including the sale of bus shelter advertising space, with the goal of negotiating an agreement that results in revenue to the City. It is the intent of the City that all costs relating to construction and installation of the bus shelters shall be the responsibility of the successful proposer.

3. ANTICIPATED RFP TIMETABLE. The tentative schedule for this solicitation is as follows:
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RFP Issued August 2, 2019

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Pre-Proposal Meeting August 13, 2019 at 10:00am

Deadline for Receipt of Questions September 9, 2019 at 5:00pm

Responses Due September 19, 2019 at 3:00pm

Evaluation Committee Review/ Proposer Presentations

Tentative Commission Approval Authorizing Negotiations

TBD Contract Negotiations Following Commission Approval

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PROCUREMENT CONTACT. Any questions or clarifications concerning this solicitation shall be submitted to the Procurement Contact noted below:

Procurement Contact: Telephone: Email: Kristy Bada 305-673-7490 x26218 kristybada@miamibeachfl.gov Additionally, the City Clerk is to be copied on all communications via e-mail at: RafaelGranado@miamibeachfl.gov; or via facsimile: 786-394-4188. The Bid title/number shall be referenced on all correspondence. All questions or requests for clarification must be received no later than ten (10) calendar days prior to the date proposals are due as scheduled in Section 0200-3. All responses to questions/clarifications will be sent to all prospective Proposers in the form of an addendum.

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PRE-PROPOSAL MEETING OR SITE VISIT(S). Only if deemed necessary by the City, a pre-proposal meeting or site visit(s) may be scheduled.

A Pre-PROPOSAL conference will be held as scheduled in Anticipated RFP Timetable section above at the following address:

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City of Miami Beach Procurement Department Conference Room 1755 Meridian Avenue, 3rd Floor Miami Beach, Florida 33139

Attendance (in person or via telephone) is encouraged and recommended as a source of information, but is not mandatory. Proposers interested in participating in the Pre-Proposal Submission Meeting via telephone must follow these steps: (1) Dial the TELEPHONE NUMBER: 1- 888-270-9936 (Toll-free North America) Page 21 of 1288 (2) Enter the MEETING NUMBER: 5804578 Proposers who are interested in participating via telephone should send an e-mail to the contact person listed in this RFP expressing their intent to participate via telephone.
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PRE-PROPOSAL INTERPRETATIONS. Oral information or responses to questions received by prospective Proposers are not binding on the City and will be without legal effect, including any information received at pre- submittal meeting or site visit(s). The City by means of Addenda will issue interpretations or written addenda clarifications considered necessary by the City in response to questions. Only questions answered by written addenda will be binding and may supersede terms noted in this solicitation. Addendum will be released through PublicPurchase. Any prospective proposer who has received this RFP by any means other than through PublicPurchace must register immediately with PublicPurchase to assure it receives any addendum issued to this RFP. Failure to receive an addendum may result in disqualification of proposal. Written questions should be received no later than the date outlined in the Anticipated RFP Timetable section.

7. CONE OF SILENCE. This RFP is subject to, and all proposers are expected to be or become familiar with, the City s Cone of Silence Requirements, as codified in Section 2-486 of the City Code. Proposers shall be solely responsible for ensuring that all applicable provisions of the City s Cone of Silence are complied with, and shall be subject to any and all sanctions, as prescribed therein, including rendering their response voidable, in the event of such non-compliance. Communications regarding this solicitation are to be submitted in writing to the Procurement Contact named herein with a copy to the City Clerk at rafaelgranado@miamibeachfl.gov .

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SPECIAL NOTICES. You are hereby advised that this solicitation is subject to the following ordinances/resolutions, which may be found on the City Of Miami Beach website: http://web.miamibeachfl.gov/procurement/scroll.aspx?id=79113

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CONE OF SILENCE CITY CODE SECTION 2-486

PROTEST PROCEDURES CITY CODE SECTION 2-371 DEBARMENT PROCEEDINGS . CITY CODE SECTIONS 2-397 THROUGH 2-485.3 LOBBYIST REGISTRATION AND DISCLOSURE OF FEES ... CITY CODE SECTIONS 2-481 THROUGH 2-406 CAMPAIGN CONTRIBUTIONS BY VENDORS .. CITY CODE SECTION 2-487 CAMPAIGN CONTRIBUTIONS BY LOBBYISTS ON PROCUREMENT ISSUES CITY CODE SECTION 2-488 REQUIREMENT FOR CITY CONTRACTORS TO PROVIDE EQUAL BENEFITS FOR DOMESTIC PARTNERS CITY CODE SECTION 2-373 LIVING WAGE REQUIREMENT CITY CODE SECTIONS 2-407 THROUGH 2-410 PREFERENCE FOR FLORIDA SMALL BUSINESSES OWNED AND CONTROLLED BY VETERANS AND TO STATE-CERTIFIED SERVICE-DISABLED VETERAN BUSINESS ENTERPRISES CITY CODE SECTION 2-374
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FALSE CLAIMS ORDINANCE ... CITY CODE SECTION 70-300

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ACCEPTANCE OF GIFTS, FAVORS SERVICES ... CITY CODE SECTION 2-449

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PUBLIC ENTITY CRIME. A person or affiliate who has been placed on the convicted vendor list following a conviction for public entity crimes may not submit a bid on a contract to provide any goods or services to a public entity, may not submit a bid on a contract with a public entity for the construction or repair of a public building or public work, may not submit bids on leases of real property to public entity, may not be awarded or perform work as a contractor, supplier, sub-contractor, or consultant under a contract with a public entity, and may not transact business with any public entity in excess of the threshold amount provided in Sec. 287.017, for CATEGORY TWO for a period of 36 months from the date of being placed on the convicted vendor list.

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COMPLIANCE WITH THE CITY S LOBBYIST LAWS. This RFP is subject to, and all Proposers are expected to be or become familiar with, all City lobbyist laws. Proposers shall be solely responsible for ensuring that all City

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DEBARMENT ORDINANCE: This RFP is subject to, and all proposers are expected to be or become familiar with, the City s Debarment Ordinance as codified in Sections 2-397 through 2-406 of the City Code.

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WITH THE CITY S CAMPAIGN FINANCE REFORM LAWS. This RFP is subject to, and all Proposers are expected to be or become familiar with, the City s Campaign Finance Reform laws, as codified in Sections 2-487 through 2-490 of the City Code. Proposers shall be solely responsible for ensuring that all applicable provisions of the City s Campaign Finance Reform laws are complied with, and shall be subject to any and all sanctions, as prescribed therein, including disqualification of their responses, in the event of such non-compliance.

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CODE OF BUSINESS ETHICS. Pursuant to City Resolution No.2000-23879, the Proposer shall adopt a Code of Business Ethics ( Code ) and submit that Code to the Procurement Division with its response or within five (5) days upon receipt of request. The Code shall, at a minimum, require the Proposer, to comply with all applicable governmental rules and regulations including, among others, the conflict of interest, lobbying and ethics provision of the City of Miami Beach and Miami Dade County.

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AMERICAN WITH DISABILITIES ACT (ADA). Call 305-673-7490 to request material in accessible format; sign language interpreters (five (5) days in advance when possible), or information on access for persons with disabilities. For more information on ADA compliance, please call the Public Works Department, at 305-673- 7000, Extension 2984.

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POSTPONEMENT OF DUE DATE FOR RECEIPT OF PROPOSALS. The City reserves the right to postpone the deadline for submittal of proposals and will make a reasonable effort to give at least three (3) calendar days written notice of any such postponement to all prospective Proposers through PublicPurchase.

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PROTESTS. Proposers that are not selected may protest any recommendation for selection of award in accordance with eh proceedings established pursuant to the City s bid protest procedures, as codified in Sections 2- 370 and 2-371 of the City Code (the City s Bid Protest Ordinance). Protest not timely made pursuant to the requirements of the City s Bid Protest Ordinance shall be barred.

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JOINT VENTURES. Joint Ventures are not allowed. Proposals shall be submitted only by the prime contractor. Proposals may, however, identify other sub-contractors or sub-consultants to the prime Proposer who may serve as team members.

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VETERAN BUSINESS ENTERPRISES PREFERENCE. Pursuant to City Code Section 2-374, the City shall give a preference to a responsive and responsible Proposer which is a small business concern owned and controlled by a veteran(s) or which is a service-disabled veteran business enterprise.

19. DETERMINATION OF AWARD. The final ranking results of Step 1 2 outlined in Section 0400, Evaluation of Proposals, will be considered by the City Manager who may recommend to the City Commission the Proposer(s) s/he deems to be in the best interest of the City or may recommend rejection of all proposals. The City Manager s recommendation need not be consistent with the scoring results identified herein and takes into consideration Miami Beach City Code Section 2-369, including the following considerations:

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(1) The ability, capacity and skill of the Proposer to perform the contract.

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(2) Whether the Proposer can perform the contract within the time specified, without delay or

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(3) The character, integrity, reputation, judgment, experience and efficiency of the Proposer.

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(4) The quality of performance of previous contracts.

(5) The previous and existing compliance by the Proposer with laws and ordinances relating to the
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contract. The City Commission shall consider the City Manager s recommendation and may approve such recommendation. The City Commission may also, at its option, reject the City Manager s recommendation and select another Proposal or Proposals which it deems to be in the best interest of the City, or it may also reject all Proposals.

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NEGOTIATIONS. Following selection, the City reserves the right to enter into further negotiations with the selected Proposer. Notwithstanding the preceding, the City is in no way obligated to enter into a contract with the selected Proposer in the event the parties are unable to negotiate a contract. It is also understood and acknowledged by Proposers that no property, contract or legal rights of any kind shall be created at any time until and unless an Agreement has been agreed to; approved by the City; and executed by the parties.

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POSTPONEMENT/CANCELLATION/ACCEPTANCE/REJECTION. The City may, at its sole and absolute discretion, reject any and all, or parts of any and all, responses; re-advertise this RFP; postpone or cancel, at any time, this RFP process; or waive any irregularities in this RFP, or in any responses received as a result of this RFP. Reasonable efforts will be made to either award the proposer the contract or reject all proposals within one-hundred twenty (120) calendar days after proposal opening date. A proposer may withdraw its proposal after expiration of one hundred twenty (120) calendar days from the date of proposal opening by delivering written notice of withdrawal to the Procurement Department prior to award of the contract by the City Commission.

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PROPOSER S RESPONSIBILITY. Before submitting a response, each Proposer shall be solely responsible for making any and all investigations, evaluations, and examinations, as it deems necessary, to ascertain all conditions and requirements affecting the full performance of the contract. Ignorance of such conditions and requirements, and/or failure to make such evaluations, investigations, and examinations, will not relieve the Proposer from any obligation to comply with every detail and with all provisions and requirements of the contract, and will not be accepted as a basis for any subsequent claim whatsoever for any monetary consideration on the part of the Proposer.

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COSTS INCURRED BY PROPOSERS. All expenses involved with the preparation and submission of Proposals, or any work performed in connection therewith, shall be the sole responsibility (and shall be at the sole cost and expense) of the Proposer, and shall not be reimbursed by the City.

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RELATIONSHIP TO THE CITY. It is the intent of the City, and Proposers hereby acknowledge and agree, that the successful Proposer is considered to be an independent contractor, and that neither the Proposer, nor the Proposer s employees, agents, and/or contractors, shall, under any circumstances, be considered employees or agents of the City.

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OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND SAFETY. In compliance with Chapter 442, Florida Statutes, any toxic substance listed in Section 38F-41.03 of the Florida Administrative Code delivered as a result of this proposal must be accompanied by a Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) which may be obtained from the manufacturer.

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ENVIRONMENTAL REGULATIONS. The City reserves the right to consider a proposer's history of citations and/or violations of environmental regulations in investigating a proposer's responsibility, and further reserves the right to declare a proposer not responsible if the history of violations warrant such determination in the opinion of the

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City. Proposer shall submit with its proposal, a complete history of all citations and/or violations, notices and dispositions thereof. The non-submission of any such documentation shall be deemed to be an affirmation by the Proposer that there are no citations or violations. Proposer shall notify the City immediately of notice of any citation or violation which proposer may receive after the proposal opening date and during the time of performance of any contract awarded to it.

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TAXES. The City of Miami Beach is exempt from all Federal Excise and State taxes.

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MISTAKES. Proposers are expected to examine the terms, conditions, specifications, delivery schedules,

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proposed pricing, and all instructions pertaining to the goods and services relative to this RFP. Failure to do so will be at the Proposer's risk and may result in the Proposal being non-responsive.

28. PAYMENT. Payment will be made by the City after the goods or services have been received, inspected, and found to comply with contract, specifications, free of damage or defect, and are properly invoiced. Invoices must be consistent with Purchase Order format.

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COPYRIGHT, PATENTS ROYALTIES. Proposer shall indemnify and save harmless the City of Miami Beach,

Florida, and its officers, employees, contractors, and/or agents, from liability of any nature or kind, including cost and expenses for, or on account of, any copyrighted, patented, or unpatented invention, process, or article manufactured or used in the performance of the contract, including its use by the City of Miami Beach, Florida. If the Proposer uses any design, device or materials covered by letters, patent, or copyright, it is mutually understood and agreed, without exception, that the proposal prices shall include all royalties or cost arising from the use of such design, device, or materials in any way involved in the work.

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DEFAULT: Failure or refusal of the selected Proposer to execute a contract following approval of such contract

by the City Commission, or untimely withdrawal of a response before such award is made and approved, may result in a claim for damages by the City and may be grounds for removing the Proposer from the City s vendor list.

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MANNER OF PERFORMANCE. Proposer agrees to perform its duties and obligations in a professional manner

and in accordance with all applicable Local, State, County, and Federal laws, rules, regulations and codes. Lack of knowledge or ignorance by the Proposer with/of applicable laws will in no way be a cause for relief from responsibility. Proposer agrees that the services provided shall be provided by employees that are educated, trained, experienced, certified, and licensed in all areas encompassed within their designated duties. Proposer agrees to furnish to the City any and all documentation, certification, authorization, license, permit, or registration currently required by applicable laws, rules, and regulations. Proposer further certifies that it and its employees will keep all licenses, permits, registrations, authorizations, or certifications required by applicable laws or regulations in full force and effect during the term of this contract. Failure of Proposer to comply with this paragraph shall constitute a material breach of this contract. Where contractor is required to enter or go on to City of Miami Beach property to deliver materials or perform work or

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services as a result of any contract resulting from this solicitation, the contractor will assume the full duty, obligation and expense of obtaining all necessary licenses, permits, and insurance, and assure all work complies with all applicable laws. The contractor shall be liable for any damages or loss to the City occasioned by negligence of the Proposer, or its officers, employees, contractors, and/or agents, for failure to comply with applicable laws.

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SPECIAL CONDITIONS. Any and all Special Conditions that may vary from these General Terms and

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NON-DISCRIMINATION. The Proposer certifies that it is in compliance with the non-discrimination clause contained in Section 202, Executive Order 11246, as amended by Executive Order 11375, relative to equal employment opportunity for all persons without regard to race, color, religion, sex or national origin. In accordance with the City s Human Rights Ordinance, codified in Chapter 62 of the City Code, Proposer shall prohibit discrimination by reason of race, color, national origin, religion, sex, intersexuality, gender identity, sexual orientation, marital and familial status, and age or disability.

34. DEMONSTRATION OF COMPETENCY. The city may consider any evidence available regarding the financial, technical, and other qualifications and abilities of a Proposer, including past performance (experience) in making an award that is in the best interest of the City, including: A. Pre-award inspection of the Proposer's facility may be made prior to the award of contract. B. Proposals will only be considered from firms which are regularly engaged in the business of providing the goods and/or services as described in this solicitation. C. Proposers must be able to demonstrate a good record of performance for a reasonable period of time, and have sufficient financial capacity, equipment, and organization to ensure that they can satisfactorily perform the services if awarded a contract under the terms and conditions of this solicitation. D. The terms equipment and organization , as used herein shall, be construed to mean a fully equipped and well established company in line with the best business practices in the industry, and as determined by the City of Miami Beach. E. The City may consider any evidence available regarding the financial, technical, and other qualifications and abilities of a Proposer, including past performance (experience), in making an award that is in the best interest of the City. F. The City may require Proposer s to show proof that they have been designated as authorized representatives of a manufacturer or supplier, which is the actual source of supply. In these instances, the City may also require material information from the source of supply regarding the quality, packaging, and characteristics of the products to be supply to the City.

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ASSIGNMENT. The successful Proposer shall not assign, transfer, convey, sublet or otherwise dispose of the contract, including any or all of its right, title or interest therein, or his/her or its power to execute such contract, to any person, company or corporation, without the prior written consent of the City.

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LAWS, PERMITS AND REGULATIONS. The Proposer shall obtain and pay for all licenses, permits, and inspection fees required to complete the work and shall comply with all applicable laws.

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OPTIONAL CONTRACT USAGE. When the successful Proposer (s) is in agreement, other units of government or non-profit agencies may participate in purchases pursuant to the award of this contract at the option of the unit of government or non-profit agency.

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VOLUME OF WORK TO BE RECEIVED BY CONTRACTOR. It is the intent of the City to purchase the goods and services specifically listed in this solicitation from the contractor. However, the City reserves the right to purchase any goods or services awarded from state or other governmental contract, or on an as-needed basis through the City s spot market purchase provisions.

39. DISPUTES. In the event of a conflict between the documents, the order of priority of the documents shall be as follows: A. Any contract or agreement resulting from the award of this solicitation; then B. Addendum issued for this solicitation, with the latest Addendum taking precedence; then C. The solicitation; then Page 26 of 1288

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The Proposer s proposal in response to the solicitation.

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INDEMNIFICATION. The Proposer shall indemnify and hold harmless the City and its officers, employees, agents and instrumentalities from any and all liability, losses or damages, including attorney s fees and costs of defense, which the City or its officers, employees, agents or instrumentalities may incur as a result of claims, demands, suits, causes of actions or proceedings of any kind or nature arising out of, relating to or resulting from the performance of the agreement by the contractor or its employees, agents, servants, partners, principals or subcontractors. The contractor shall pay all claims and losses in connection therewith, and shall investigate and defend all claims, suits or actions of any kind or nature in the name of the City, where applicable, including appellate proceedings, and shall pay all costs, judgments, and attorney s fees which may be incurred thereon. The Proposer expressly understands and agrees that any insurance protection required by this Agreement or otherwise provided by the contractor shall in no way limit the responsibility to indemnify, keep and save harmless and defend the City or its officers, employees, agents and instrumentalities as herein provided. The above indemnification provisions shall survive the expiration or termination of this Agreement.

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CONTRACT EXTENSION. The City reserves the right to require the Contractor to extend contract past the stated termination date for a period of up to 120 days in the event that a subsequent contract has not yet been awarded. Additional extensions past the 120 days may occur as needed by the City and as mutually agreed upon by the City and the contractor.

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FLORIDA PUBLIC RECORDS LAW. Proposers are hereby notified that all Bid including, without limitation, any and all information and documentation submitted therewith, are exempt from public records requirements under Section 119.07(1), Florida Statutes, and s. 24(a), Art. 1 of the State Constitution until such time as the City provides notice of an intended decision or until thirty (30) days after opening of the proposals, whichever is earlier. Additionally, Contractor agrees to be in full compliance with Florida Statute 119.0701 including, but not limited to, agreement to (a) Keep and maintain public records that ordinarily and necessarily would be required by the public agency in order to perform the services; (b) provide the public with access to public records on the same terms and conditions that the public agency would provide the records and at a cost that does not exceed the cost provided in this chapter or as otherwise provided by law; (c) Ensure that public records that are exempt or confidential and exempt from public records disclosure requirements are not disclosed except as authorized by law; (d) Meet all requirements for retaining public records and transfer, at no cost, to the public agency all public records in possession of the contractor upon termination of the contract and destroy any duplicate public records that are exempt or confidential and exempt from public records disclosure requirements. All records stored electronically must be provided to the public agency in a format that is compatible with the information technology systems of the public agency.

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OBSERVANCE OF LAWS. Proposers are expected to be familiar with, and comply with, all Federal, State, County, and City laws, ordinances, codes, rules and regulations, and all orders and decrees of bodies or tribunals having jurisdiction or authority which, in any manner, may affect the scope of services and/or project contemplated by this RFP (including, without limitation, the Americans with Disabilities Act, Title VII of the Civil Rights Act, the EEOC Uniform Guidelines, and all EEO regulations and guidelines). Ignorance of the law(s) on the part of the Proposer will in no way relieve it from responsibility for compliance.

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CONFLICT OF INTEREST. All Proposers must disclose, in their Proposal, the name(s) of any officer, director, agent, or immediate family member (spouse, parent, sibling, and child) who is also an employee of the City of Miami Beach. Further, all Proposers must disclose the name of any City employee who owns, either directly or indirectly, an interest of ten (10 ) percent or more in the Proposer entity or any of its affiliates.

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MODIFICATION/WITHDRAWALS OF PROPOSALS. A Proposer may submit a modified Proposal to replace all or any portion of a previously submitted Proposal up until the Proposal due date and time. Modifications received after the Proposal due date and time will not be considered. Proposals shall be irrevocable until contract award unless withdrawn in writing prior to the Proposal due date, or after expiration of 120 calendar days from the opening of Proposals without a contract award. Letters of withdrawal received after the Proposal due date and before said expiration date, and letters of withdrawal received after contract award will not be considered.

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EXCEPTIONS TO RFP. Proposers must clearly indicate any exceptions they wish to take to any of the terms in this RFP, and outline what, if any, alternative is being offered. All exceptions and alternatives shall be included and clearly delineated, in writing, in the Proposal. The City, at its sole and absolute discretion, may accept or reject any or all exceptions and alternatives. In cases in which exceptions and alternatives are rejected, the City shall require the Proposer to comply with the particular term and/or condition of the RFP to which Proposer took exception to (as said term and/or condition was originally set forth on the RFP).

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ACCEPTANCE OF GIFTS, FAVORS, SERVICES. Proposers shall not offer any gratuities, favors, or anything of monetary value to any official, employee, or agent of the City, for the purpose of influencing consideration of this Proposal. Pursuant to Sec. 2-449 of the City Code, no officer or employee of the City shall accept any gift, favor or service that might reasonably tend improperly to influence him in the discharge of his official duties.

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SUPPLEMENTAL INFORMATION. City reserves the right to request supplemental information from Proposers at any time during the RFP solicitation process, unless otherwise noted herein.

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ADDITIONAL ITEMS / SERVICES. Although this solicitation and resultant contract identifies specific goods, services or facilities ( items ), it is hereby agreed and understood that the City may require additional items to be added to the Contract which are ancillary or supplemental to the items specified herein and required to complete the work. When additional items are required to be added to the Contract, awarded vendor(s), as applicable to the item being requested, under this contract may be invited to submit price quote(s) for the additional items. If these quote(s) are determined to be fair and reasonable, then the additional items will be awarded to the current contract vendor(s) through either a Purchase Order (or Change Order if Purchase Order already exists) or an amendment to the Contract. Additional items with a cumulative value of 50,000 or less may be approved by the City Manager. City Commission approval is required for additional items with a cumulative value greater than 50,000.

The City may determine to obtain price quotes for the additional items from other vendors in the event that fair and reasonable pricing is not obtained from the current contract vendors, or for other reasons at the City s discretion.

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SECTION 0300 PROPOSAL SUBMITTAL INSTRUCTIONS AND FORMAT

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1.
SEALED RESPONSES. One original Proposal (preferably in 3-ring binder) must be submitted in an opaque, sealed envelope or container on or before the due date established for the receipt of proposals. Additionally, ten (10) bound copies and one (1) electronic format (CD or USB format) are to be submitted. The following information should be clearly marked on the face of the envelope or container in which the proposal is submitted: solicitation number, solicitation title, Proposer name, Proposer return address. Proposals received electronically, either through email or facsimile, are not acceptable and will be rejected.

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LATE BIDS. Bid Proposals are to be received on or before the due date established herein for the receipt of Bids. Any Bid received after the deadline established for receipt of proposals will be considered late and not be accepted or will be returned to Proposer unopened. The City does not accept responsibility for any delays, natural or otherwise.

No additional detail provided

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PROPOSAL FORMAT. In order to maintain comparability, facilitate the review process and assist the Evaluation Committee in review of proposals, it is strongly recommended that proposals be organized and tabbed in accordance with the sections and manner specified below. Hard copy submittal should be tabbed as enumerated below and contain a table of contents with page references. Electronic copies should also be tabbed and contain a table of contents with page references.

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4.
OMITTED OR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION. With exception of the Proposal Certification Form (Appendix A-1) and the Revenue Proposal, the City reserves the right to seek any omitted information/documentation or any additional information from Proposer or other source(s), including but not limited to: any firm or principal information, applicable licensure, resumes of relevant individuals, client information, financial information, or any information the City deems necessary to evaluate the capacity of the Proposer to perform in accordance with contract requirements. Failure to submit any omitted or additional information in accordance with the City s request shall result in proposal being deemed non-responsive.

TAB 1 Cover Letter Minimum Qualifications Requirements 1.1 Cover Letter and Table of Contents. The cover letter must indicate Proposer and Proposer Primary Contact for the

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purposes of this solicitation.

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1.2 Organizational Chart. Submit an organization chart that includes the Proposer and its key personnel, as well as all major sub-consultants (firms) and their key personnel. Identify the role of each firm and individual named in the organizational chart. Key personnel includes partners, managers, seniors and other professional staff that will perform work for this project.

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1.3 Proposal Certification Form (Appendix A-1). Attach Appendix A fully completed and executed. This document is

a REQUIRED FORM that must be submitted fully completed and executed. FAILURE TO SUBMIT THE PROPOSAL CERTIFICATION FORM WITH ITS PROPOSAL SHALL RESULT IN THE PROPOSAL BEING DEEMED NON-RESPONSIVE.

1.4 Questionnaire Requirements Affidavit Form (Appendix A-2). Submit Questionnaire Requirements

Affidavit (Appendix A-2) with the proposal or within 3 days of request by the City.

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TAB 2 Experience Qualifications of the Proposer Project Team

2.1 Relevant Experience of the Prime Proposer. Provide a listing of the most similar projects completed by the Prime Proposer and/or its principal(s) over the last ten (10) years. Similar projects may be defined as projects involving the construction and maintenance of bus shelters or other structures that include an advertising component. Highlight any project that is specifically for bus shelters with an advertising component or other similar projects on a right-of-way. For each project provide the following: a. project name and detailed scope of services provided; b. name of any personnel, included in Section 1.2 above, of the proposer or sub-consultant that worked on the referenced project; c. name and location of client; and d. client project manager and contact information. 2.2 Relevant Experience of the Prime Proposer s Key Team Members. Provide a listing of the most similar projects completed by a sub-consultant/sub-contractor and/or its principal(s) over the last ten (10) years. Similar projects may be defined as projects involving the construction and maintenance of bus shelters or other structures that include an advertising component. Highlight any project that is specifically for bus shelters with an advertising component or other similar projects on a right-of-way. For each project provide the following: a. Identify the key team member (firm) that completed the project; b. project name and detailed scope of services provided; c. name of any personnel, included in Section 1.2 above, of the proposer or sub-consultant that worked on the referenced project; d. name and location of client; and e. client project manager and contact information. 2.3 Experience Working Together. For any project included in Tab 2.1 and 2.2, identify those that have been completed utilizing the team included in the organizational chart submitted for this project. TAB 3 Approach Methodology to Construction 3.1 Construction Installation. Describe the proposer s approach to efficiently coordinating regulatory approvals, manufacturing, and construction/installation of the shelters and all related component, including approach to maintenance of traffic (MOT), bus stop access during construction, transit customer/pedestrian safety and convenience concerns, and community outreach to mitigate disruption.
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3.2 Project Schedule. Provide a tentative project schedule. Describe approach to staging and managing installation to shorten schedule and minimize delays.

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3.3 Resiliency Standards. Provide the proposer s plan to incorporate means, methods and materials that maximize resiliency and sustainability.

Page 30 of 1288 TAB 4 Approach Methodology to Maintenance 4.1 Maintenance Standards. Describe the proposer s maintenance plan and service level agreements to ensure that shelters are consistently maintained in optimal conditions and that the City s expectations are met or exceeded. At a minimum, include details on the following: 4.1.1 Monitoring. Describe plan to monitor shelters to ensure optimal operation and maximizing the customer experience. 4.1.2 Continuing Maintenance Obligation. Describe how the continuing maintenance obligation will be met or exceeded. 4.1.3 Repairs of Components. Describe the type of maintenance protocols to repair all damaged, missing or non- operational bus shelter components, including lighting and technology components 4.1.4 Repairs of Damaged or Vandalized Bus Shelters. Describe the plan, resources and team to repair or replace any vandalized components. 4.1.5 Customer Service. Describe approach to maximizing customer service. Address customer service from an account perspective (city to operator) and end-user (resident/visitor to operator), as applicable. TAB 5 Approach Methodology to Advertising 5.1 Advertisement Concepts. Describe the proposed advertisement concepts that the proposer plans to implement, including digital or static displays, as applicable. Describe each concepts compliance with any applicable regulation pertaining to rights -of -way. 5.2 Programming. Describe the proposer s approach to advertisement programming, including the types of advertising that is intended to be sold.

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5.3 Maximizing Revenue. Describe the proposer s experience and approach to maximizing revenue from advertisement sales.

5.4 City Self-Promotional Space. Explain the percentage of advertising availability that the proposer will provide to the City, at no cost, for its public service announcements. The minimum is 5 of advertising availability. Explain any restrictions or requirements regarding the City s share of programming availability. TAB 6 Revenue Proposal (SUBMIT IN SEPARATE ENVELOPE)
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Submit revenue proposal in accordance with Appendix C, Section 19. The revenue proposal will not be considered by the Evaluation Committee. The revenue proposal shall only be considered by the City Manager.

4. FINANCIAL CAPACITY. Within three (3) business days of request by the City, each Proposer shall arrange for Dun Bradstreet to submit a Supplier Qualification Report (SQR) directly to the Procurement Contact named herein. No proposal will be considered without receipt, by the City, of the SQR directly from Dun Bradstreet. The cost of the preparation of the SQR shall be the responsibility of the Proposer. The Proposer shall request the SQR report from D B at: https://supplierportal.dnb.com/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/SupplierPortal?storeId=11696
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Proposers are responsible for the accuracy of the information contained in its SQR. It is highly

Page 31 of 1288 recommended that each Proposer review the information contained in its SQR for accuracy prior to submittal to the City and as early as possible in the solicitation process. For assistance with any portion of the SQR submittal process, contact Dun Bradstreet at 800-424-2495.

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5.
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION OR CLARIFICATION. After proposal submittal, the City reserves the right to require additional information from Proposers (or Proposer team members or sub-consultants) to determine: qualifications (including, but not limited to, litigation history, regulatory action, or additional references); and financial capability (including, but not limited to, annual reviewed/audited financial statements with the auditors notes for each of their last two complete fiscal years).

The City reserves the right to request any documentation omitted, with exception of the Cost/Revenue (as applicable) Proposal, Proposal Certification, Questionnaire Requirements Affidavit (Appendix A-1), and Bid Bond (if applicable). Submittals received that do not include the Cost/Revenue Proposal, completed as required and fully executed, or Bid Bond (if applicable) shall be deemed non-responsive. Bidder must submit any omitted documentation within three (3) business days upon request from the City, or the bid may be deemed non- responsive. Non-responsive bid packages will receive no further consideration. Page 32 of 1288 SECTION 0400 PROPOSAL EVALUATION

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1.
EVALUATION OF PROPOSALS. All responsive proposals will be evaluated in accordance with this section. The City Manager may appoint an Evaluation Committee to consider and provide feedback on the qualitative factors of each proposal. In the event that only one responsive proposal is received, the City Manager, after determination that the sole responsive proposal materially meets the requirements of the RFP, may, without an evaluation committee, recommend to the City Commission that the Administration enter into negotiations. In the evaluation of proposals, Proposers may be requested to make additional written submissions of a clarifying nature or oral presentations to the Evaluation Committee. Failure to provide the requested information within the time prescribed may result in the disqualification of proposal.

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2.
QUALITATIVE FACTORS (QUALIFICATIONS AND APPROACH). The Evaluation Committee shall not consider quantitative factors (e.g., revenue, veteran s preference) in its review of proposals. The Evaluation Committee shall only review the qualitative factors in accordance with the evaluation criteria identified below and shall act solely in an advisory capacity to the City Manager. The City Manager may utilize, but is not bound by, the results of the Evaluation Committee process.

In its review of proposals received, the Evaluation Committee may review and score all proposals, with or without conducting interview sessions, in accordance with the following criteria. EVALUATION COMMITTEE RANKING. The sum of qualitative scores will be converted to rankings in accordance with the example below: Proposer A Proposer B Proposer C

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Committee Member 1

Step 1 Points 82 76 80 Total 82 76 80

Committee Member 2

Step 1 Points 79 85 72 Total 79 85 72

Committee Member 2

Step 1 Points 80 74 66 Total 80 74 66 Low Aggregate Score 4 6 8

Final Ranking* 1 2 3

The results and ranking of the Evaluation Committee process do not constitute an award recommendation and is only advisory to the City Manager.

Step 1 - Qualitative Criteria Maximum Points Experience Qualifications of the Proposer Project Team 35 Approach Methodology to Construction 20 Approach Methodology to Maintenance 25 Approach Methodology to Advertising 20
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TOTAL AVAILABLE STEP 1 POINTS 100

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3.
QUANTITATIVE FACTORS (REVENUE PROPOSAL, VETERAN S PREFERENCE). Quantitative factors shall not be considered by the Evaluation Committee. Quantitative factors will be considered by the City Manager in preparing his recommendation to the City Commission.

4. DETERMINATION OF AWARD. The City Manager shall consider qualitative and quantitative factors, in accordance with Sub-section 2 and 3 above, to recommend the proposer(s) he deems to be in the best interest of the City, or may recommend rejection of all proposals. The City Manager s recommendation need not be consistent with the scoring results of the Evaluation Committee process, if applicable, and shall take into consideration Miami Beach City Code Section 2-369, including the following considerations:

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(1) The ability, capacity and skill of the Proposer to perform the contract.

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(2) Whether the Proposer can perform the contract within the time specified, without delay or interference.

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(3) The character, integrity, reputation, judgment, experience and efficiency of the Proposer.

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(4) The quality of performance of previous contracts.

(5) The previous and existing compliance by the Proposer with laws and ordinances relating to the contract. Further, in developing his award recommend to the City Commission, the City Manager may consider any information provided by staff, consultants or any other third-party retained by the City, as well as the factors articulated in Section 2-369 of the City Code. The City Commission shall consider the City Manager s recommendation and may approve such recommendation. The City Commission may also, at its option, reject the City Manager s recommendation and select another Proposer(s) which it deems to be in the best interest of the City, or it may also reject all Proposals.
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5.
NEGOTIATIONS. Following selection, the City reserves the right to enter into further negotiations with the selected Proposer(s). Notwithstanding the preceding, the City is in no way obligated to enter into a contract with the selected Proposer in the event the parties are unable to negotiate a contract. It is also understood and acknowledged by Proposers that no property, contract or legal rights of any kind shall be created at any time until and unless an Agreement has been agreed to; approved by the City; and executed by the parties.

Page 34 of 1288 APPENDIX A ________________________________________________________________________ Proposal Certification, Questionnaire Requirements Affidavit ________________________________________________________________________ 2019-306-KB

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REVENUE SHARING AGREEMENT FOR THE

CONSTRUCTION, OPERATION, AND
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MAINTENANCE OF BUS SHELTERS

PROCUREMENT DEPARTMENT 1755 Meridian Avenue, 3rd Floor Miami Beach, Florida 33139 Page 35 of 1288 APPENDIX A1 - PROPOSAL CERTIFICATION FORM This document is a REQUIRED FORM that must be submitted fully completed and executed.
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FAILURE TO SUBMIT THE PROPOSAL CERTIFICATION FORM WITH ITS PROPOSAL SHALL RESULT IN THE PROPOSAL BEING DEEMED NON-RESPONSIVE.

Solicitation No: 2019-306-KB Solicitation Title:
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REVENUE SHARING AGREEMENT FOR THE CONSTRUCTION, OPERATION, AND MAINTENANCE OF BUS SHELTERS

Procurement Contact: Kristy Bada Tel: 305-673-7490 x62618 Procurement Contact: Kristy Bada PROPOSER S NAME:
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NO. OF YEARS IN BUSINESS:

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NO. OF YEARS IN BUSINESS LOCALLY: NO. OF EMPLOYEES:

OTHER NAME(S) PROPOSER HAS OPERATED UNDER IN THE LAST 10 YEARS:
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FIRM PRIMARY ADDRESS (HEADQUARTERS):

CITY: STATE: ZIP CODE: TELEPHONE NO.: TOLL FREE NO.: FAX NO.: FIRM LOCAL ADDRESS: CITY: STATE: ZIP CODE:

PRIMARY ACCOUNT REPRESENTATIVE FOR THIS ENGAGEMENT:

ACCOUNT REP TELEPHONE NO.: ACCOUNT REP TOLL FREE NO.: ACCOUNT REP EMAIL: FEDERAL TAX IDENTIFICATION NO.:
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Except as stipulated in General Condition 36, Proposer agrees: to complete and unconditional acceptance of the terms and conditions of this document, inclusive of this solicitation, all specifications, attachments, exhibits and appendices and the contents of any Addenda released hereto; to be bound, at a minimum, to any and all specifications, terms and conditions contained herein or Addenda; that the Proposer has not divulged, discussed, or compared the proposal with other Proposals and has not colluded with any other proposer or party to any other proposal; that proposer acknowledges that all information contained herein is part of the public domain as defined by the State of Florida Sunshine and Public Records Laws; that all responses, data and information contained in the proposal are true and accurate.

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Name of Proposer s Authorized Representative:

Title of Proposer s Authorized Representative:

Signature of Proposer s Authorized Representative:

Date: Page 36 of 1288 APPENDIX A2 - QUESTIONNAIRE AND REQUIREMENTS AFFIDAVIT FORM The purpose of this Proposal Certification, Questionnaire and Requirements Affidavit Form is to inform prospective Proposers of certain solicitation and contractual requirements, and to collect necessary information from Proposers in order that certain portions of responsiveness, responsibility and other determining factors and compliance with requirements may be evaluated. Attach any requested information.
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Name of Proposer s Authorized Representative:

Title of Proposer s Authorized Representative:

Signature of Proposer s Authorized Representative:

Date:

1.
Veteran Owned Business. Is Proposer claiming a veteran owned business status?

YES NO SUBMITTAL REQUIREMENT: Proposers claiming veteran owned business status shall submit a documentation proving that firm is certified as a veteran-owned business or a service-disabled veteran owned business by the State of Florida or United States federal government, as required pursuant to ordinance 2011-3748.

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2.
Conflict Of Interest. All Proposers must disclose, in their Proposal, the name(s) of any officer, director, agent, or immediate family member (spouse, parent, sibling, and child) who is also an employee of the City of Miami Beach. Further, all Proposers must disclose the name of any City employee who owns, either directly or indirectly, an interest of ten (10 ) percent or more in the Proposer entity or any of its affiliates.

SUBMITTAL REQUIREMENT: Proposers must disclose the name(s) of any officer, director, agent, or immediate family member (spouse, parent, sibling, and child) who is also an employee of the City of Miami Beach. Proposers must also disclose the name of any City employee who owns, either directly or indirectly, an interest of ten (10 ) percent or more in the Proposer entity or any of its affiliates

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3.
References Past Performance. Proposer shall attach at least three (3) references for whom the Proposer has completed work similar in size and nature as the work referenced in solicitation.

SUBMITTAL REQUIREMENT: For each reference submitted, the following information is required: 1) Firm Name, 2) Contact Individual Name Title, 3) Address, 4) Telephone, 5) Contact s Email and 6) Narrative on Scope of Services Provided.

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4.
Suspension, Debarment or Contract Cancellation. Has Proposer ever been debarred, suspended or other legal violation, or had a contract cancelled due to non-performance by any public sector agency?

YES NO SUBMITTAL REQUIREMENT: If answer to above is YES, Proposer shall submit a statement detailing the reasons that led to action(s).

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5.
Vendor Campaign Contributions. Proposers are expected to be or become familiar with, the City s Campaign Finance Reform laws, as codified in Sections 2-487 through 2-490 of the City Code. Proposers shall be solely responsible for ensuring that all applicable provisions of the City s Campaign Finance Reform laws are complied with, and shall be subject to any and all sanctions, as prescribed therein, including disqualification of their Proposals, in the event of such non-compliance.

SUBMITTAL REQUIREMENT: Submit the names of all individuals or entities (including your sub-consultants) with a controlling financial interest as defined in solicitation. For each individual or entity with a controlling financial interest indicate whether or not each individual or entity has contributed to the campaign either directly or indirectly, of a candidate who has been elected to the office of Mayor or City Commissioner for the City of Miami Beach.

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6.
Code of Business Ethics. Pursuant to City Resolution No.2000-23879, each person or entity that seeks to do business with the City shall adopt a Code of Business Ethics ( Code ) and submit that Code to the Procurement Department with its proposal/response or within five (5) days upon receipt of request. The Code shall, at a minimum, require the Proposer, to comply with all applicable governmental rules and regulations including, among others, the

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conflict of interest, lobbying and ethics provision of the City of Miami Beach and Miami Dade County.

SUBMITTAL REQUIREMENT: Proposer shall attach its Code of Business Ethics. In lieu of submitting Code of Business Ethics, Proposer may submit a statement indicating that it will adopt, as required in the ordinance, the City of Miami Beach Code of Ethics, available at http://www.miamibeachfl.gov/city-hall/procurement/procurement-related- ordinance-and-procedures/
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Living Wage. Pursuant to Section 2-408 of the City of Miami Beach Code, as same may be amended from time to time, covered employees shall be paid the required living wage rates listed below:

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1.
Effective January 1, 2018, covered employees must be paid a living wage rate of no less than 11.62 per hour with health care benefits of at least 2.26 per hour, or a living wage rate of no less than 13.88 per hour without health care benefits.

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Effective January 1, 2019, covered employees must be paid a living wage rate of no less than 11.70 per hour with health care benefits of at least 2.74 per hour, or a living wage rate of no less than 14.44 per hour without health care benefits.

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Effective January 1, 2020, covered employees must be paid a living wage rate of no less than 11.78 per hour with health care benefits of at least 3.22 per hour, or a living wage rate of no less than 15.00 per hour without health care benefits.

The living wage rate and health care benefits rate may, by Resolution of the City Commission be indexed annually for inflation using the Consumer Price Index for all Urban Consumers (CPI-U) Miami/Ft. Lauderdale, issued by the U.S. Department of Labor s Bureau of Labor Statistics. Notwithstanding the preceding, no annual index shall exceed three percent (3 ). The City may also, by resolution, elect not to index the living wage rate in any particular year, if it determines it would not be fiscally sound to implement same (in a particular year).

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Proposers failure to comply with this provision shall be deemed a material breach under this proposal, under which the City may, at its sole option, immediately deem said Proposer as non-responsive, and may further subject Proposer to additional penalties and fines, as provided in the City s Living Wage Ordinance, as amended. Further information on the Living Wage requirement is available at http://www.miamibeachfl.gov/city-hall/procurement/procurement-related- ordinance-and-procedures/

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Any payroll request made by the City during the contract term shall be completed electronically via the City s electronic compliance portal, LCP Tracker (LCPTracker.net).

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SUBMITTAL REQUIREMENT: Indicate below that Proposer agrees to the living wage requirement. Failure to agree shall result in proposal disqualification.

YES NO 8. Equal Benefits for Employees with Spouses and Employees with Domestic Partners. When awarding competitively solicited contracts valued at over 100,000 whose contractors maintain 51 or more full time employees on their payrolls during 20 or more calendar work weeks, the Equal Benefits for Domestic Partners Ordinance 2005- 3494 requires certain contractors doing business with the City of Miami Beach, who are awarded a contract pursuant to competitive proposals, to provide Equal Benefits to their employees with domestic partners, as they provide to employees with spouses. The Ordinance applies to all employees of a Contractor who work within the City limits of the City of Miami Beach, Florida; and the Contractor s employees located in the United States, but outside of the City of Miami Beach limits, who are directly performing work on the contract within the City of Miami Beach. A. Does your company provide or offer access to any benefits to employees with spouses or to spouses of employees? YES NO B. Does your company provide or offer access to any benefits to employees with (same or opposite sex) domestic partners* or to domestic partners of employees? YES NO Page 38 of 1288

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C.
Please check all benefits that apply to your answers above and list in the other section any additional benefits not already specified. Note: some benefits are provided to employees because they have a spouse or domestic partner, such as bereavement leave; other benefits are provided directly to the spouse or domestic partner, such as medical insurance.

BENEFIT Firm Provides for Employees with Spouses

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Firm Provides for Employees with

Domestic Partners Firm does not Provide Benefit Health Sick Leave Family Medical Leave Bereavement Leave If Proposer cannot offer a benefit to domestic partners because of reasons outside your control, (e.g., there are no insurance providers in your area willing to offer domestic partner coverage) you may be eligible for Reasonable Measures compliance. To comply on this basis, you must agree to pay a cash equivalent and submit a completed Reasonable Measures Application (attached) with all necessary documentation. Your Reasonable Measures Application will be reviewed for consideration by the City Manager, or his designee. Approval is not guaranteed and the City Manager s decision is final. Further information on the Equal Benefits requirement is available at http://www.miamibeachfl.gov/city-hall/procurement/procurement-related-ordinance-and-procedures/ 9. Public Entity Crimes. Section 287.133(2)(a), Florida Statutes, as currently enacted or as amended from time to time, states that a person or affiliate who has been placed on the convicted vendor list following a conviction for a public entity crime may not submit a proposal, proposal, or reply on a contract to provide any goods or services to a public entity; may not submit a proposal, proposal, or reply on a contract with a public entity for the construction or repair of a public building or public work; may not submit proposals, proposals, or replies on leases of real property to a public entity; may not be awarded or perform work as a contractor, supplier, subcontractor, or consultant under a contract with any public entity; and may not transact business with any public entity in excess of the threshold amount provided in s. 287.017 for CATEGORY TWO for a period of 36 months following the date of being placed on the convicted vendor list. SUBMITTAL REQUIREMENT: Proposer agrees to the requirements of Section 287.133, Florida Statutes, and certifies it has not been placed on convicted vendor list. Failure to agree shall result in proposal disqualification. YES NO
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10.
Non-Discrimination. Pursuant to City Ordinance No.2016-3990, the City shall not enter into a contract with a business unless the business represents that it does not and will not engage in a boycott as defined in Section 2-375(a) of the City Code, including the blacklisting, divesting from, or otherwise refusing to deal with a person or entity when such action is based on race, color, national origin, religion, sex, intersexuality, gender identity, sexual orientation, marital or familial status, age or disability.

SUBMITTAL REQUIREMENT: Proposer agrees it is and shall remain in full compliance with Section 2-375 of the City of Miami Beach City Code. Failure to agree shall result in proposal disqualification. YES NO

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11.
Moratorium on Travel to and the Purchase of Goods or Services from North Carolina and Mississippi. Pursuant to Resolution 2016-29375, the City of Miami Beach, Florida, prohibits official City travel to the states of North Carolina and Mississippi, as well as the purchase of goods or services sourced in North Carolina and Mississippi. Proposer shall agree that no travel shall occur on behalf of the City to North Carolina or Mississippi, nor shall any product or services it provides to the City be sourced from these states.

SUBMITTAL REQUIREMENT: Proposer agrees it is and shall remain in full compliance with Resolution 2016-29375. Failure to agree shall result in proposal disqualification. YES NO

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12.
Fair Chance Requirement. Pursuant to Section 2-376 of the City Code, the City shall not enter into any contract

Page 39 of 1288 resulting from a competitive solicitation, unless the proposer certifies in writing that the business has adopted and employs written policies, practices, and standards that are consistent with the City's Fair Chance Ordinance, set forth in Article V of Chapter 62 of the City Code ( Fair Chance Ordinance ), and which, among other things, (i) prohibits City contractors, as an employer, from inquiring about an applicant s criminal history until the applicant is given a conditional offer of employment; (ii) prohibits advertising of employment positions with a statement that an individual with a criminal record may not apply for the position, and (iii) prohibits placing a statement on an employment application that a person with a criminal record may not apply for the position.

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SUBMITTAL REQUIREMENT: Proposer certifies that it has adopted policies, practices and standards consistent with the City s Fair Chance Ordinance. Proposer agrees to provide the City with supporting documentation evidencing its compliance upon request. Proposer further agrees that any breach of the representations made herein shall constitute a material breach of contract, and shall entitle the City to the immediate termination for cause of the agreement, in addition to any damages that may be available at law and in equity. Failure to agree shall result in proposal disqualification.

YES NO 13. Acknowledgement of Addendum. After issuance of solicitation, the City may release one or more addendum to the solicitation which may provide additional information to Proposers or alter solicitation requirements. The City will strive to reach every Proposer having received solicitation through the City s e-procurement system, PublicPurchase.com. However, Proposers are solely responsible for assuring they have received any and all addendum issued pursuant to solicitation. This Acknowledgement of Addendum section certifies that the Proposer has received all addendum released by the City pursuant to this solicitation. Failure to obtain and acknowledge receipt of all addenda may result in proposal disqualification. Initial to Confirm Receipt Initial to Confirm Receipt Initial to Confirm Receipt

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Addendum 1 Addendum 6 Addendum 11

Addendum 2 Addendum 7 Addendum 12

Addendum 3 Addendum 8 Addendum 13

Addendum 4 Addendum 9 Addendum 14

Addendum 5 Addendum 10 Addendum 15

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________________________________________________________________________ 2019-306-KB REVENUE SHARING AGREEMENT FOR THE CONSTRUCTION, OPERATION, AND MAINTENANCE OF BUS SHELTERS PROCUREMENT DEPARTMENT 1755 Meridian Avenue, 3rd Floor Miami Beach, Florida 33139

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Note: It is important for those vendors who have received notification of

this solicitation but have decided not to respond, to complete and submit the attached Statement of No Bid. The Statement of No Bid provides the City with information on how to improve the solicitation process. Failure to submit a Statement of No Bid may result in not being notified of future solicitations by the City. Page 41 of 1288 Statement of No Bid WE HAVE ELECTED NOT TO SUBMIT A PROPOSAL AT THIS TIME FOR REASON(S) CHECKED AND/OR INDICATED BELOW: Workload does not allow us to proposal Insufficient time to respond Specifications unclear or too restrictive Unable to meet specifications Unable to meet service requirements ___Unable to meet insurance requirements Do not offer this product/service OTHER. (Please specify) ________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________ We do do not want to be retained on your mailing list for future proposals of this type product and/or service. Signature:___________________________________________________ Title:_____________________________________________________ Legal Company Name:____________________________________________
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Note: Failure to respond, either by submitting a proposal or this completed form,

may result in your company being removed from our vendors list. PLEASE RETURN TO: CITY OF MIAMI BEACH PROCUREMENT DEPARTMENT ATTN: Kristy Bada, Contracting Officer III PROPOSAL 2019-306-KB 1755 MERIDIAN AVENUE, 3rd FLOOR MIAMI BEACH, FL 33139 Page 42 of 1288 APPENDIX C ________________________________________________________________________ Specifications ________________________________________________________________________ 2019-306-KB REVENUE SHARING AGREEMENT FOR THE CONSTRUCTION, OPERATION, AND MAINTENANCE OF BUS SHELTERS PROCUREMENT DEPARTMENT 1755 Meridian Avenue, 3rd Floor Miami Beach, Florida 33139 Page 43 of 1288

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1.
Background

The City of Miami Beach is soliciting proposals from qualified parties for the construction, operation and maintenance of new bus shelters including the sale of bus shelter advertising space within the City s right-of-way (the Project). The City of Miami Beach currently has approximately 103 bus shelters within its limits with total of 212 advertisement panels (visible faces). All existing shelters will be replaced by new shelters through this solicitation. Additionally, the City s goal is to increase its bus shelter inventory to approximately a total of 311 bus shelters with approximately 584 visible faces available for advertising (please note that not all shelters will have advertisement panels and some shelters may have only one (1) advertisement face). The new bus shelter design is of an iconic nature and provides for four (4) shelter types of varying sizes (See Appendix D). Additionally, the new bus shelter design incorporates features enhancing the transit experience of passengers, including innovative designs and technology as well as enabling for installation of bus shelters at more bus stops, particularly at locations with constrained right-of-way, which currently do not provide for any protection from the elements. The City s new bus shelter program is intended to improve amenities for transit passengers, provide for the highest standard in maintenance and cleanliness, improve and maintain safe pedestrian pathways, and comply with all Americans with Disability Act (ADA) requirements. From the sustainability perspective, new bus shelters shall address tropical weather conditions (sun, rain, humidity, increases in temperature, heat island effect and extreme weather events/rain bombs). Recyclable materials such as aluminum for the shelter frame should be used. Some shelter types will utilize photovoltaic cells for generation of power for the bus shelter lighting. The glazed roof surface of the shelters has a light-colored ceramic frit coating to mitigate heat island effect. This request for proposal seeks to engage a Successful Proposer for construction, operation and maintenance services for the new bus shelters and related components from accidental, intentional, and environmental damage, including providing the City with a stable revenue source from the sale of advertisement spaces at designated bus shelters. The City anticipates awarding a contract for a ten (10) year period, with one (1), five (5) year option to renew, at the City s sole discretion.

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2.
Scope of Services

Provide the City of Miami Beach with the construction, operation and maintenance of approximately 311 bus shelters in accordance with the design adopted by the City (Attachment A). The bus shelters shall be allowed to have advertising in a form agreeable to the City (digital, static, or combination of both). Depending on land use regulations, some shelters may not be permitted to contain advertisements. Revenue from advertising will be shared between the City and the Successful Proposer in a form to be determined during contract negotiations. A minimum payment per quarter for the total number of the shelters is required by the City. A percentage of revenue sharing above and beyond the minimum payment is required. Revenue shall be paid to the City on a quarterly basis. Revenue sharing proposal shall be specific for each year of the contract. A detailed CPA Certified Statement of Gross Receipts shall be provided to the City on an annual Page 44 of 1288
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basis throughout the life of the Agreement.

3.
Description of Work and Responsibilities:

The objective of this solicitation is to establish a contract with a Successful Proposer to manage the City s Bus Shelter Program, including, but not limited to, completing the following tasks: a) At no cost to the City construct, operate and maintain approximately three hundred and eleven (311) bus shelters of a design adopted by the City (Attachment A), including technological components, transit maps, and any other elements integrated to the design of the structures or requested by the City, including NO TRESPASSING and NO LOITERING signs; b) Ensure that the bus shelters and shelter components are maintained in a safe, repaired and operational condition at all times with an attractive appearance, and with all shelter components fully operational, including safe and proper illumination at night. This includes, but is not limited to: cleaning, maintaining, and repairing bus shelters /shelter components and removing trash, litter, and debris from areas within and around the bus shelters;

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c) Seek and identify, in cooperation with the City of Miami Beach Administration, suitable bus/trolley stop sites for placement of as many new bus shelters as possible. The final number of new shelters will be mutually determined by the City and the Successful Proposer.

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d) Obtain permits, approvals, agreements, easements, and any other instrument necessary to establish clear legal right to enter upon the selected sites and make required preparations and/or alterations thereto, and to build, operate and maintain bus shelters throughout the term of this contract. This includes right-of-way permits, Lane Closure/Maintenance of Traffic (MOT) permits, and all other required permits (i.e. building, electrical, right-of-way etc.) from the appropriate jurisdictional agency, including coordination with adjacent property owners.

e) Creating, producing, installing and removing advertising materials and other related services;

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f) Program management services for the City s Bus Shelter Program.

The Successful Proposer will be solely responsible for all costs associated with the services specified in this document.
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4.
Performance of Work

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A.
Successful Proposer shall perform all Work in a skillful and safe manner, using appropriate industry standard practices and will remain in compliance with City standard details, specifications, or other relevant City requirements. All workers shall have sufficient skill and expertise to perform the Work assigned to them.

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B.
The Successful Proposer shall coordinate the Work performed by its project team (Proposer Team) and Suppliers, and shall be fully responsible for all acts and omissions of the Proposer Team, Suppliers, and their employees. Any provision of the Contract referring to the acts or omissions of the Successful Proposer shall also refer to and include the acts and omissions of Proposer Team and Suppliers.

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C.
If any portion of the subcontracted Work is not performed in accordance with the Contract,

Page 45 of 1288 or if a Proposer Team or Supplier commits or omits any act that would constitute a breach of the Contract, the Successful Proposer shall cure the breach (within the time frame established by the City); and, at the direction of the City s Project Manager, shall replace the Proposer Team member(s) or Supplier(s). Following a debarment for breach, said member(s) or Supplier(s) shall not be employed again on the Work.
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5.
Bus Stop and Bus Shelter Network Existing Conditions

The City of Miami Beach currently has approximately 103 bus shelters within its limits with total of 212 advertisement panels (visible faces). A map and the list of all existing bus stops and shelters in the City are included in Appendix E.
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6.
Bus Stop and Bus Shelter Network Proposed Conditions

Based on a preliminary review of existing conditions, current transit ridership, and land use data, preliminary number of proposed bus shelters (by shelter type) was developed. Associated map and the list are included as Appendix F. Bus Shelter Model Total Bus Shelters Total Advertising Panels Standard 242 484 Pending Standard 4 8 Pending Minimal 38 38
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7.
Permits and Licenses

A permit shall be obtained for the placement of each bus shelter or other applicable component under this Agreement. Permits for the placement of the bus shelters and other components, requiring a permit, shall be obtained from the City of Miami Beach Public Works and Building Departments, and/or any other agencies having jurisdiction over the proposed location. Only one bus shelter shall be permitted at each approved location, except as otherwise designated by the City of Miami Beach. Locations of enhanced shelters are anticipated to have two (2) shelters side by side.

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Any bus shelter or other applicable component permit issued by the City in accordance herewith and as part of this Agreement shall be issued for the duration of the agreement or for as long as the component is in place. The permit shall be for the use of the Streets or Sidewalks within the City for the erection, construction, reconstruction, installation, operation, maintenance, dismantling and removal, testing, repair, and use of the bus shelters or any other bus shelter component.

Application for permitting and approval of a bus shelter installation or other component requiring a permit from the City shall be coordinated with the City of Miami Beach Transportation Department. Permit application shall be addressed to the City of Miami Beach Public Works Department in the following form: Page 46 of 1288 a) A detailed engineering site drawing showing utility easement(s), pavement details, existing street furniture, utility connections and poles, overhead details such as building overhangs, entrances and awnings, demarcation of zone areas and rights-of-way, and ownership indications. Drawings shall accurately show the location of the proposed bus shelter or other components requiring a permit in relation to the back of existing concrete curb or edge of the pavement of the adjacent street and in relation to the center line and outer limits of the right-of-way of the adjacent roadway. Such drawing shall also show the location of all curbs and sidewalks, if any. Furthermore, drawing shall accurately show width of path along the sidewalk parallel to the roadway (ADA), measured from the back of the curb. It shall also show the electrical connections and services provided to the shelters or applicable components which shall comply with all local, state and federal codes. The engineering drawing shall be signed and sealed by a State of Florida Registered Professional Engineer. b) Upon receipt of written approval from the City's Public Works Department, the Successful Proposer may proceed to install the bus shelter or other component in accordance with the application drawing. Successful Proposer shall be required to install new shelters within 30 days of receipt of all necessary permits.
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8.
Bus Shelter Installation, Relocation and Removal

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All technical standards governing construction, reconstruction, installation, operation, maintenance, dismantling, removal, testing, repair, and use of the bus shelters provided herein shall be in accordance with all applicable federal, state, and local laws and regulations, including but not limited to the most recent editions of the South Florida Building Code, National Electrical Code and the National Electrical Safety Code.

The Successful Proposer shall prepare the sites and install bus shelters or other component at the existing locations and at new locations approved by the City of Miami Beach in accordance with the installation and site preparation details contained herein. All materials, incorporated into the work, shall be new and in compliance with specifications of the construction documents. A schedule of shelter installation shall be provided to the City for approval to ensure that the public is always protected, and that a shelter is always available at the bus stop location. The existing bus shelters will be removed by the City s current vendor (Clear Channel). With a few exceptions, new shelters will be installed in the same footprint of the existing shelters. Any preparation of the site required to provide a clean, stable and secure foundation for the bus shelters or other component shall be performed at the Successful Proposer's expense, including ensuring ADA compliance. Any necessary adjustments to the sites shall also be performed at the Successful Proposer's expense. Whenever possible, the installation of bus shelters, advertising displays, devices and materials will take place during hours of minimum passenger activity. In the event of a relocation or elimination of a bus stop by the Miami-Dade County Department of Transportation and Public Works (DTPW), the Successful Proposer shall be responsible for relocating or removing the bus shelter at its own expense. An alternate location may be identified by the Successful Proposer for consideration and subject to review and approval by the City and DTPW. Re-installation of a bus shelter at a new or alternate location will be solely at the Page 47 of 1288 Successful Proposer's expense. In the event that a FDOT, County, or City-initiated roadway construction project impacts an existing bus stop, bus shelter, or bus shelter component, necessitating its removal, the Successful Proposer shall be responsible for any required alteration or the removal of the existing shelter and installation of a temporary bus shelter, pursuant to the City s adopted design, for the duration of roadway construction project, if requested by the City. The Successful Proposer is responsible for removal of the temporary shelter and re-installation of an original size bus shelter once the roadway construction project is completed. All costs associated with the removal of the existing bus shelter, installation of a temporary bus shelter, removal of the temporary bus shelter, and installation of a replacement bus shelter shall be borne by the Successful Proposer.
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Before beginning construction operations, the Successful Proposer shall verify with the various utility companies that its operations are not in such proximity to utility facilities, or other property, that damage to same may result in expense, loss, disruption of service, or undue inconvenience to the public or the owner. Work shall not commence until all the arrangements necessary for the protection thereof are made. The Successful Proposer shall be solely and directly responsible to the owner of such properties for any damage, injury, expense, loss, inconvenience or delay caused by its operations.

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