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REGULAR MEETING OF THE CAPE CORAL CITY COUNCIL

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

1015 Cultural Park Blvd. Cape Coral, FL City Manager John Szerlag City Attorney Dolores Menendez
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City Auditor Andrea R. Butola

City Clerk Kimberly Bruns
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AGENDA FOR THE REGULAR MEETING OF THE CAPE CORAL CITY COUNCIL

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

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

1.
MEETING CALLED TO ORDER

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A.
MAYOR COVIELLO

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INVOCATION/MOMENT OF SILENCE

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COUNCILMEMBER STOKES

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3.
PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

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COUNCILMEMBER STOKES

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4.
ROLL CALL

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

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CHANGES TO AGENDA/ADOPTION OF AGENDA

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RECOGNITIONS/ACHIEVEMENTS

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NONE

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7.
APPROVAL OF MINUTES

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Regular Meeting - July 29, 2019 B. Regular Meeting - August 5, 2019

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BUSINESS

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PUBLIC COMMENT - CONSENT AGENDA

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

B.
CONSENT AGENDA

(1) Resolution 261-19 Approval of Seller s counter offer to Purchase Lots 15 and 16, Block 3013, Unit 43, Cape Coral Subdivision, 1230 NW 25th Street, Cape Coral, for the Festival Park project for the purchase price of 13,500 plus closing costs not to exceed 1,500; Department: Financial Services / Real Estate Division; Dollar Value: 15,000; (Parks Capital Project/GO Bond Fund) Note: Trade offer rejected by Seller.

(2) Resolution 279-19 School Resource Officer Agreement with Heritage Charter Academy Inc.; Department: Police (3) Resolution 280-19 Authorizing and directing the Mayor to execute Amendment No. 2 to Agreement No. LP36011 Between Florida Department of Environmental Protection and City of Cape Coral, providing for 3,000,000 in additional funding and a revision in the scope of work and an Extension of the Agreement for the Cape Coral Reclaimed Water Transmission Main Caloosahatchee River Crossing Project ; Department: Utilities; Additional Grant Value: 3,000,000; (Fund: N/A)
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C.
CITIZENS INPUT TIME

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

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D.
PERSONNEL ACTIONS

(1) NONE

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E.
PETITIONS TO COUNCIL

(1) NONE

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F.
APPOINTMENTS TO BOARDS / COMMITTEES / COMMISSIONS

(1) NONE

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9.
ORDINANCES/RESOLUTIONS

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Public Hearings

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(1) Ordinance 39-19 Public Hearing WHAT THE ORDINANCE ACCOMPLISHES: An ordinance authorizing the City Manager to sell municipal

surplus real property described as Lots 12 and 13, Block 5270, Unit 82 Cape Coral Subdivision pursuant to Section 2- 155 of the Code of Ordinances; authorizing and directing the Mayor and Clerk to execute a deed conveying the surplus real property to John Marchese, Jr.; property located at 4125 NW 16th Terrace. (Applicant: Brought forward by City Management.)

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(2) Ordinance 40-19 Public Hearing WHAT THE ORDINANCE ACCOMPLISHES: An ordinance authorizing the City Manager to sell municipal surplus real property described as Lots 30 and 31, Block 5271, Unit 82 Cape Coral Subdivision pursuant to Section 2- 155 of the Code of Ordinances; authorizing and directing the Mayor and Clerk to execute a deed conveying the surplus real property to PCI Management, Inc.; property located at 1727 NW 42nd Place. (Applicant: Brought forward by City Management.)

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(3) Ordinance 25-19 Public Hearing WHAT THE ORDINANCE ACCOMPLISHES: An ordinance amending the City of Cape Coral Code of Ordinances, Chapter 18, Traffic, Section 18-6, Speed Limits, to regulate speed limits on arterial, collector, and local streets located in the City. (Applicant: Brought forward by City Management.)

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(4) Ordinance 38-19 Public Hearing WHAT THE ORDINANCE ACCOMPLISHES: The ordinance amends Chapter 12, Offenses and Miscellaneous Provisions , Article VIII, Offenses Creating Nuisances , Section 12-23(F) of the Code of Ordinances, to prohibit overnight parking of commercial vehicles on certain public streets posted with signs. (Applicant: Brought forward by City Management.)

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B.
Introductions

(1) Resolution 277-19 (VP 19-0008*) Set Public Hearing Date for August 26, 2019 *Quasi-Judicial, All Persons Testifying Must be Sworn In WHAT THE RESOLUTION ACCOMPLISHES: A resolution providing for the vacation of plat for a portion of the San Carlos Canal Right-of-Way and the underlying public utility and drainage easements located adjacent to Lots 34-35, Block 101, Unit 2, Part 2, Cape Coral Subdivision; providing for the vacation of plat for public utility and drainage easements associated with Lots 34-35, Block 101, Unit 2, Part 2, Cape Coral Subdivision; property located at 5084 Sorrento Court. (Applicant: Daniel Cornelia Huwiler Living Trust) Hearing Examiner Recommendation: The Hearing Examiner recommends that City Council approve the application for the requested vacations, subject to the conditions set for in VP HEX Recommendation 9-2019. City Management Recommendation: City Management recommends approval.

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10.
UNFINISHED BUSINESS

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

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11.
NEW BUSINESS

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A.
Resolution 274-19 Approving Jobs Incentive Agreement between Mercola.Com Health Resources, LLC and City of Cape Coral in the amount of not to exceed 76,500; Department: City Manager/EDO Division; Dollar Value 76,500; (EDO Incentive Fund).

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12.
REPORTS OF THE MAYOR AND COUNCIL MEMBERS

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13.
REPORTS OF THE CITY ATTORNEY AND CITY MANAGER

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14.
TIME AND PLACE OF FUTURE MEETINGS

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A Joint Cape Coral City Council and Budget Review Committee Budget Workshop is Scheduled for Tuesday, August 20, 2019 at 1:00 p.m. in Council Chambers

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A Regular Meeting of the Cape Coral City Council is Scheduled for Monday, August 26, 2019 at 4:30 p.m. in Council Chambers

15.
MOTION TO ADJOURN

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GENERAL RULES AND PROCEDURES REGARDING THE CAPE CORAL CITY COUNCIL AGENDA

In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act and Section of 286.26, Florida Statutes, persons with disabilities needing special accommodation to participate in this meeting should contact the Office of the City Clerk at least forty- eight (48) hours prior to the meeting. If hearing impaired, telephone the Florida Relay Service Numbers, 1-800-955-8771 (TDD) or 1-800-955-8770 (v) for assistance. Persons wishing to address Council under Citizens Input or the Consent Agenda may do so during the designated times at each meeting. No prior scheduling is necessary. All speakers must have their presentations approved by the City Clerk's office no later than 3:00 PM the day of the meeting. Any citizen may appear before the City Council at the scheduled PUBLIC HEARING/INPUT to comment on the specific agenda item being considered. No prior scheduling is necessary. When recognized by the presiding officer, a speaker shall address the City Council from the designated speaker's lectern, and shall state his or her name and whom, if anyone, he or she represents. An address shall only be required if necessary to comply with a federal, state of local law. Copies of the agenda are available in the main lobby of Cape Coral City Hall and in the City Council Office, 1015 Cultural Park Boulevard. Copies of all back-up
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*PUBLIC HEARINGS DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT CASES

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

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The applicant, as well as witnesses offering testimony or

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

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

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

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

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

applicant shall have the opportunity to present a closing statement. 6. If a person decides to appeal any decision made by the City

Council with respect to any matter considered at such meeting or

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documentation are also available for review in the lobby of Council Chambers. You are asked to refrain from removing any documentation. If you desire copies, please request they be made for you. Copies are 15 cents per page. Agendas and back-up documentation are also available on-line on the City website (capecoral.net) after 4:00 PM on the Thursday prior to the Council Meeting.

hearing, he or she will need a record of the proceedings, and that, for such purpose, he or she may need to ensure that a verbatim record of the proceedings is made, which record includes the testimony and evidence upon which the appeal is to be based. Item Number: 7.A. Meeting Date: 8/19/2019 Item Type: APPROVAL OFMINUTES AGENDA REQUEST FORM
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CITY OF CAPE CORAL

TITLE: Regular Meeting - July 29, 2019

REQUESTED ACTION: Approve or Deny STRATEGIC PLAN INFO:

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

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

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PLANNING ZONING/HEARING EXAMINER/STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:

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SUMMARY EXPLANATION AND BACKGROUND:

LEGAL REVIEW:

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EXHIBITS: Regular Meeting - July 29, 2019

PREPARED BY: Kimberly Bruns Division- Managerial Department-

City Clerk's Department

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SOURCE OF ADDITIONAL INFORMATION: Kimberly Bruns City Clerk 1-239-574-0417

ATTACHMENTS: Description Type Regular Meeting - July 29, 2019 Backup Material

Item Number: 7.B. Meeting Date: 8/19/2019 Item Type: APPROVAL OFMINUTES AGENDA REQUEST FORM

CITY OF CAPE CORAL

TITLE: Regular Meeting - August 5, 2019

REQUESTED ACTION: Approve or Deny STRATEGIC PLAN INFO:

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

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

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PLANNING ZONING/HEARING EXAMINER/STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:

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SUMMARY EXPLANATION AND BACKGROUND:

LEGAL REVIEW:

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EXHIBITS: Regular Meeting - August 5, 2019

PREPARED BY: Kimberly Bruns Division- Managerial Department-

City Clerk's Department

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SOURCE OF ADDITIONAL INFORMATION: Kimberly Bruns City Clerk 1-239-574-0417

ATTACHMENTS: Description Type Regular Meeting - August 5, 2019 Backup Material

Item Number: B.(1) Meeting Date: 8/19/2019

Item Type: CONSENT AGENDA

AGENDA REQUEST FORM CITY OF CAPE CORAL

TITLE: Resolution 261-19 Approval of Seller s counter offer to Purchase Lots 15 and 16, Block 3013, Unit 43, Cape Coral Subdivision, 1230 NW 25th Street, Cape Coral, for the Festival Park project for the purchase price of 13,500 plus closing costs not to exceed 1,500; Department: Financial Services / Real Estate Division; Dollar Value: 15,000; (Parks Capital Project/GO Bond Fund) Note: Trade offer rejected by Seller.

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

If Yes, Priority Goals Supported arelisted below. If No, will it harm the intent or success ofthe Strategic Plan? ELEMENT F: ENHANCE THE QUALITY OF LIFE THROUGH ARTS AND CULTURE TO CREATE AND PROMOTE A VIBRANT, CULTURALLY DIVERSE COMMUNITY.

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PLANNING ZONING/HEARING EXAMINER/STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:

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SUMMARY EXPLANATION AND BACKGROUND: 1 . In 2003 at a Strategic Planning Session City Council directed staff to begin purchasing property in Cape Coral Subdivision Unit 43 for a future park site, now known as Festival Park. Over the years, Staff had been working with various owners in the park area to purchase additional properties on a voluntary basis based on current independent state-certified appraisals.

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Currently, the City owns 449 of the 517 parcels required for Festival Park, with four additional property contracts currently pending. Included in the remaining properties to purchase is one (1) improved property located on the Northwind Canal. The subject contract is for a two-lot off-water parcel located within the designated Festival Park area.

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With the recent GO Bond approval, City Staff has notified property owners within the Festival Park area of the City s desire to complete its acquisitions within the park. Staff submitted an offer of 12,000 to purchase the site based on an appraisal of a similar two-lot site by an independent state-certified appraiser. The property owner countered the City with an offer of 13,500, which has been deemed reasonable when considering the costs of condemnation. The contract requires the City to pay the closing costs incurred by the title company.

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Staff recommends approval of the Seller s counter offer to purchase Lots 15 and 16, Block 3013, Unit 43, Cape Coral Subdivision, for the purchase price of 13,500 plus closing costs not to exceed 1,500.

LEGAL REVIEW: EXHIBITS: Resolution 261-19 Property Appraiser Sheet Location Map Appraisal
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PREPARED BY: Dawn Y. Andrews, Property Broker Division-

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Real Estate Department-

Financial Services

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

Joan Estinval, Property Acquisition Agent Financial Services / Real Estate 239-573-3072
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ATTACHMENTS: Description Type Resolution 261-19 Backup Material PA Sheet - Block 3013, Lots 15-16 Backup Material Location Map - Block 3013, Lots 15-16 Backup Material Appraisal - 2-Lot Off Water - FP Backup Material

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7/11/2019 Lee County Property Appraiser - Online Parcel Inquiry

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https://www.leepa.org/Display/DisplayParcel.aspx?FolioID=10033626 1/2

Tax Year 2018
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Owner Of Record LATOZA ALAN + LOTOZA TOM T/C 6125 SAPPHIRE ALTA LOMA CA 91701

Site Address 1230 NW 25TH TER CAPE CORAL FL 33993

Property Description Do not use for legal documents CAPE CORAL UNIT 43 BLK 3013 PB 17 PG 49 LOTS 15 + 16 Classification / DOR Code VACANT RESIDENTIAL / 00
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[ Pictometry Aerial Viewer ]

Current Working Values Just 9,300 As Of 07/16/2018 Attributes Land Units Of Measure UT Units 1.00 Total Number of Buildings 0 Total Bedrooms / Bathrooms 0 Total Living Area 0 1st Year Building on Tax Roll N/A Historic Designation No
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Image of Structure

Next Parcel Number Previous Parcel Number Tax Estimator Cape Coral Fees Tax Bills Print Lee County Property Appraiser Property Data STRAP: 27-43-23-C4-03013.0150 Folio ID: 10033626 Exemptions
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Values (2018 Tax Roll)

KISMET PKWY W NE LSO N R D CH IQU ITA BL VD N WILMIN GTON PKWY NW 25TH ST NW 9T H A VE NW 27T H ST WILMIN GTON PKWY CH IQU ITA BL VD N NW 11T H C T NW 25TH TER NW 12T H A VE NW 14T H P L NW 9T H P L NW 28T H ST NW 26TH ST NW 15T H P L NW 26TH TER NW 14T H A VE NW 29TH ST NW 11T H P L NW 29TH TER NW 28TH TER NW 10T H A VE NW 15T H A VE NW 27TH TER NW 25TH LN NW 30T H ST NW 9TH CT NW 16T H P L NW 27TH ST NW 10T H A VE NW 28TH ST NW 26TH ST NW 26TH ST NW 27TH ST NW 9TH PL NW 26TH TER ZAN ZIB AR CA NA L NORTHWIND CANAL GATOR SLOU GH CA NAL

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ARGOSY LAKE TELSTAR CANAL

This map is not a survey and should not be used in place of a survey.While every effort is made to accurately depict the mapped area, errorsand omissions may occur. Therefore, the City of Cape Coral cannot beheld liable for incidents that may result due to the improper use of theinformation presented on this map. This map is not intended for construction,navigation or engineering calculations. Please contact the Department ofCommunity Development with any questions regarding this map product.Prepared by: The City of CAPE CORAL Real Estate Division-Gregory L. Spivey
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750 1500375 Feet 1:9,000 1 inch = 750 feet

Festival Park Parcel 123 Block 3013 Lots 15 through 16
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Restricted Real Estate Appraisal Report

Of The Turpin Property 1010 NW 25th Terrace
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City of Cape Coral, Lee County, Florida

Prepared For The City of Cape Coral

Real Estate Division c/o Dawn Andrews P.O. Box 150027 Cape Coral, Florida 33915-0027

DATE OF VALUATION: May 3, 2019

Jacksonville Office 10151 Deerwood Park Blvd., Building 200, Suite 250 Jacksonville, Florida 32256-0557 Phone: (904) 764-0200 Toll Free (800) 280-8140 Fax: (904) 764-4006 Tampa Office 10014 N Dale Mabry Highway
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Suite 201 Tampa, Florida 33618-4426

Phone: (813) 961-8300 Toll Free (800) 280-8150

Fax: (813) 962-6363

West Palm Beach Office 777 South Flagler Drive Suite 800 West Tower West Palm Beach, FL 33401 Phone: (561) 909-3176 Toll Free (800) 280-8140 Fax: (561) 909-3177 The City of Cape Coral Real Estate Division c/o Dawn Andrews P.O. Box 150027 Cape Coral, Florida 33915-0027
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Re.: Owners : William and Delilah Turpin Property Address : 1010 NW 25th Terrace County : Lee City : Cape Coral

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Dear Mrs. Andrews:

As requested, I have personally inspected and appraised the above referenced property. At the date of value, the subject property consisted of a 10,000 square feet lot. The property is located along the southern side of NW 25th Terrace, about 160 feet west of NW 10th Avenue, within the City of Cape Coral, in Lee County, Florida. The subject property is located in an area that will be developed as Festival Park by the City of Cape Coral. The intended use of this Restricted Appraisal Report is to assist the client in determining the market value of the subject property. The purpose of the appraisal is to report the market value of the subject property. The format of the report is Restricted Appraisal Report, in that the findings and analysis of the report were prepared for exclusive use by the client, in conformance with Standards Rule 2-2(b) of the Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice (USPAP). Portions of the supporting data analyzed in the appraisal process have been included in this appraisal report. Additional data and other material are contained in the appraisal file, which is incorporated herein by reference. The City of Cape Coral Real Estate Division c/o Dawn Andrews May 30, 2019 Page Two
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Based upon those factors discussed herein, the market value of the subject property, as of May 3, 2019 (date of last inspection), is:

12,000 Please do not hesitate to contact me if you have any questions or comments. Sincerely, Calhoun, Collister Parham, Inc. Richard H. Parham State-Certified General Real Estate Appraiser RZ2256 Turpin Property City of Cape Coral Calhoun, Collister Parham, Inc. i CERTIFICATION STATEMENT I certify that, to the best of my knowledge and belief: The statements of fact contained in this report are true and correct. The reported analyses, opinions, and conclusions are limited only by the reported assumptions and limiting conditions and are my personal, impartial, and unbiased professional analyses, opinions, and conclusions. I have no present or prospective interest in the property that is the subject of this report and no personal interest with respect to the parties involved.
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have not performed other services, as an appraiser or in any other capacity, regarding the property that is the subject of this report within the three-year period immediately preceding acceptance of this assignment.

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have no bias with respect to the property that is the subject of this report or to the parties involved with this assignment.

My engagement in this assignment was not contingent upon developing or reporting predetermined results. My compensation for completing this assignment is not contingent upon the development or reporting of a predetermined value or direction in value that favors the cause of the client, the amount of the value opinion, the attainment of a stipulated result, or the occurrence of a subsequent event directly related to the intended use of this appraisal. My analyses, opinions, and conclusions were developed, and this report has been prepared, in conformity with the Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice. I have made a personal inspection of the property that is the subject of this report. The following have provided significant real property appraisal assistance to the person signing this certification: Brett A. Meyers, State-Certified General Real Estate Appraiser RZ3409. This does not include any other professional assistance involving other disciplines, which are summarized under the Scope of Appraisal portion of the report. Turpin Property City of Cape Coral Calhoun, Collister Parham, Inc. ii Certification Statement (Continued) The reported analyses, opinions, and conclusions were developed, and this report has been prepared, in conformity with the Code of Professional Ethics and Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice of the Appraisal Institute. The use of this report is subject to the requirements of the Appraisal Institute relating to review by its duly authorized representatives.
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As of the date of this report, I Richard H. Parham, State-Certified General Real Estate Appraiser RZ2256, have completed the Standards and Ethics Education Requirements for Candidates/Practicing Affiliates of the Appraisal Institute.

Richard H. Parham State-Certified General Real Estate Appraiser RZ2256 Turpin Property City of Cape Coral Calhoun, Collister Parham, Inc. iii
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GENERAL ASSUMPTIONS AND LIMITING CONDITIONS

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No responsibility is assumed for the legal description or for matters including legal

or title considerations. Title to the property is assumed to be good and marketable unless otherwise stated. The legal description is assumed to be correct for the purposes of this report.

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The property has been appraised as free and clear, unencumbered by mortgages,

liens, delinquent taxes, assessments, special or unusual deed conditions or restrictions, but subject to zoning regulations.
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The plot plans and illustrative material in this report are included only to assist the

reader in visualizing the property.

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It is assumed there are no hidden or unapparent conditions of the property,

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subsoil, or structures. The appraiser(s) assumes no liability for any hidden or unapparent conditions of the property. No responsibility is assumed for such conditions, or for arranging for engineering studies that may be required to discover them.

5. Possession of this report, or a copy thereof, does not carry with it the right of publication.

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Neither all nor any part of the contents of this report (especially any conclusions as

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to value, the identity of the appraisers, or the firm with which the appraisers are connected) shall be disseminated to the public through advertising, public relations, news, sales, or other media without the prior written consent and approval of the appraiser.

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This report is based on the best data available. If additional facts and/or data

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become available, the appraiser reserves the right to make adjustments and to update the value conclusions contained in this report.

EXTRAORDINARY ASSUMPTIONS There are no extraordinary assumptions for this report. HYPOTHETICAL CONDITIONS There are no hypothetical conditions for this report. Turpin Property City of Cape Coral Calhoun, Collister Parham, Inc. 1
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SUMMARY OF IMPORTANT FACTS AND CONCLUSIONS

Report Type: Restricted Appraisal Report

Date of Value: May 3, 2019 (date of last inspection)

Date of Report: May 30, 2019

Type of Value: Market Value

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Location: The subject property is located along the southern

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side of NW 25th Terrace, about 160 feet west of NW 10th Avenue, within the City of Cape Coral, in Lee County, Florida.

Owners: William and Delilah Turpin

Tax I.D. No.: 27-43-23-C3-03014.0200

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Rights Appraised: Fee Simple Estate

Site Data: The subject property contains 10,000 square feet.

The site has about 80 feet of frontage along the south side of NW 25th Terrace, at a depth of 125 feet. Access to the property is from NW 25th Terrace.
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Improvement Data: The subject property consists of vacant land.

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Zoning: R-1B, Single-Family Residential, City of Cape Coral

Land Use Designation: PK, Parks and Recreation, City of Cape Coral

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Market Value: 12,000

Turpin Property City of Cape Coral Calhoun, Collister Parham, Inc. 2 IMPORTANT DEFINITIONS Appraisal (noun) is the act or process of developing an opinion of value; an opinion of value. (adjective) of or pertaining to appraising and related functions such as appraisal practice or appraisal services.1

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Client is the party or parties who engage, by employment or contract, an appraiser in a specific assignment.2

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Easement is the right to use another s land for a stated purpose.3

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Exposure Time is an estimated length of time that the property interest being appraised would have been offered on the market prior to the hypothetical consummation of a sale at market value on the effective date of the appraisal.4

Extraordinary Assumption is an assignment-specific assumption as of the effective date regarding uncertain information used in an analysis which, if found to be false, could alter the appraiser s opinions or conclusions.5 Fee Simple is absolute ownership unencumbered by any other interest or estate, subject only to the limitations imposed by the governmental powers of taxation, eminent domain, police power, and escheat.6 Highest and Best Use (in appraising real property) is the reasonably probable and legal use of vacant land or an improved property that is physically possible, appropriately supported, financially feasible, and that results in the highest value.7 Hypothetical Condition is a condition, directly related to a specific assignment, which is contrary to what is known by the appraiser to exist on the effective date of the assignment results, but is used for the purpose of analysis.8 Intended Use is the use(s) of an appraiser s reported appraisal or appraisal review assignment results, as identified by the appraiser based on communication with the client at the time of the assignment.9 Intended User is the client and any other party as identified, by name or type, as users of the appraisal or appraisal review report by the appraiser, based on communication with the client at the time of the assignment.10
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Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice, 2018-2019 Edition, Published by the Appraisal

Foundation, Page 3. 2 Ibid, Page 4. 3 The Dictionary of Real Estate Appraisal, 6th Edition, Published by the Appraisal Institute, Page 71 4 Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice, 2018-2019 Edition, Published by the Appraisal Institute, Page 4.

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Ibid. 6 The Appraisal of Real Estate, 14th Edition, Published by the Appraisal Institute, Page 5. 7 Ibid, Page 333. 8 Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice, 2018-2019 Edition, Published by the Appraisal

Foundation, Page 4. 9 Ibid, Page 5. 10 Ibid. Turpin Property City of Cape Coral
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Jurisdictional Exception is an assignment condition established by applicable law or regulation, which precludes an appraiser from complying with a part of USPAP.11
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Leased Fee Interest is the ownership interest held by the lessor, which includes the right to the contract rent specified in the lease plus the reversionary right when the lease expires.12

Leasehold Interest is the right held by the lessee to use and occupy real estate for a stated term and under the conditions specified in the lease. 13 Market Value means the most probable price which a property should bring in a competitive and open market under all conditions requisite to a fair sale, the buyer and seller each acting prudently and knowledgeably, and assuming the price is not affected by undue stimulus. Implicit in this definition are the consummation of a sale as of a specified date and the passing of title from seller to buyer under conditions whereby:

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Buyer and seller are typically motivated; 2. Both parties are well informed or well advised and acting in what they consider

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their own best interests; 3. A reasonable time is allowed for exposure in the open market; 4. Payment is made in terms of cash in U.S. dollars or in terms of financial

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arrangements comparable thereto; and 5. The price represents the normal consideration for the property sold unaffected by

special or creative financing or sales concessions granted by anyone associated with the sale.14 Replacement Cost is the estimated cost to construct, at current prices as of the effective appraisal date, a substitute for the building being appraised, using modern materials and current standards, design, and layout. 15 Such replacement cost sometimes offsets functional obsolescence.
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Report is any communication, written or oral, of an appraisal or appraisal review that is transmitted to the client or a party authorized by the client upon completion of an assignment.16

Reproduction Cost is the estimated cost to construct, at current prices as of the effective date of the appraisal, an exact duplicate or replica of the building being appraised, using the same materials, construction standards, design, layout, and quality of workmanship and embodying all the deficiencies, superadequacies, and obsolescence of the subject building.17
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Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice, 2018-2019 Edition, Published by the Appraisal

Foundation, Page 5. 12 The Appraisal of Real Estate, 14th Edition, Published by the Appraisal Institute, Page 72. 13 Ibid. 14 Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice (Advisory Opinion 22), 2018-2019 Edition, Published by the Appraisal Foundation, Page 127. 15 Ibid, Page 197. 16 Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice, 2018-2019 Edition, Published by the Appraisal Foundation, Page 5. 17 The Dictionary of Real Estate Appraisal, 6th Edition, Published by the Appraisal Institute, Page 198. Turpin Property City of Cape Coral Calhoun, Collister Parham, Inc. 4

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Scope of Work is the type and extent of research and analyses in an appraisal or appraisal review assignment.18

Special Purpose Property is a property with a unique physical design, special construction materials, or a layout that particularly adapts its utility to the use for which it was built.19 Workfile is documentation necessary to support an appraiser s analyses, opinions, and conclusions.20
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Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice, 2018-2019 Edition, Published by the Appraisal

Foundation, Page 5. 19 The Dictionary of Real Estate Appraisal, 6th Edition, Published by the Appraisal Institute, Page 217. 20 Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice, 2018-2019 Edition, Published by the Appraisal Foundation, Page 6. Turpin Property City of Cape Coral Calhoun, Collister Parham, Inc. 5

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IDENTITY OF CLIENT

This appraisal report has been prepared for Dawn Andrews with the City of Cape Coral, who is considered the client for this appraisal assignment. INTENDED USERS The intended users of this report are the above identified client. The use of this report by others is not intended. INTENDED USE The intended use of this report is to assist the client in determining the market value of the subject property. PURPOSE The purpose of the appraisal is to report the market value of the subject property.
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TYPE OF VALUE

The type of value determined herein is market value, as defined within the previous Important Definitions section.
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DATE OF VALUE

The date of value is May 3, 2019, which represents the date of last inspection.

DATE OF REPORT

The date of this report is May 30, 2019. PROPERTY RIGHTS APPRAISED The property rights or interest to be appraised is the undivided fee simple interest as if free and clear of all liens, mortgages, encumbrances, and/or encroachments, unless otherwise provided for herein. LEGAL DESCRIPTION
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Cape Coral Unit 43, Block 3014, Lots 20 and 21, as recorded in Lee County Official Records Book 17 Page 50.

OWNERSHIP AND SALES HISTORY A search of the public records of Lee County indicates there have been no arm s length transfers of the subject property within the three years prior to the date of value. I am unaware of any contracts or agreements of sale involving the subject property at the date of value. Turpin Property City of Cape Coral Calhoun, Collister Parham, Inc. 6
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SCOPE OF APPRAISAL

The scope of work performed in completing this appraisal includes:

discussions with the client;

the identification and inspection of the subject property;

the determination of the appraisal problem and appropriate scope of work for this assignment; research into physical and economic factors regarding properties in the market area as related to value;
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highest and best use analysis of the subject property, taking into consideration development trends in the area;

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the identification and inspection of all comparable sales utilized herein;

extensive data research; the valuation of the subject property via the sales comparison approach. The subject property is located along the southern side of NW 25th Terrace, about 160 feet west of NW 10th Avenue, within the City of Cape Coral, in Lee County, Florida. The vacant site contains 10,000 square feet. Within this report, the cost, sales comparison, and income approaches will be considered. Those approaches deemed applicable will be utilized, and if any particular approach is not considered applicable, then a summary explanation as to why this particular approach is excluded will be given. Extensive and detailed research has been completed to research and analyze sales of properties similar to the subject. These properties are located in Lee County, with those utilized to value the subject summarized within the body of this report. Additional data is also contained within the appraisers files. Therefore, these files are an integral part of this appraisal assignment and are incorporated herein by reference. In the process of researching each sale, the deed and mortgage (as applicable) of each transaction were obtained. Turpin Property City of Cape Coral Calhoun, Collister Parham, Inc. 7 LOCATION MAP Turpin Property City of Cape Coral Calhoun, Collister Parham, Inc. 8 LOCATION MAP Turpin Property City of Cape Coral Calhoun, Collister Parham, Inc. 9 AERIAL MAP Turpin Property City of Cape Coral Calhoun, Collister Parham, Inc. 10 SUBJECT PHOTOGRAPHS
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Photo 1 Southeasterly view of subject property from NW 25th Terrace.

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Photo 2 Southwesterly view of subject property from NW 25th Terrace.

Turpin Property City of Cape Coral Calhoun, Collister Parham, Inc. 11 PROPERTY DESCRIPTION Location The subject property is located along the southern side of NW 25th Terrace, about 160 feet west of NW 10th Avenue, within the City of Cape Coral, in Lee County, Florida. Street/Roads NW 25th Terrace is a two-lane, asphalt-paved roadway. Land The subject property contains two platted lots containing a total of 10,000 square feet. The site has about 80 feet of frontage along the south side of NW 25th Terrace, at a depth of 125 feet. The property is generally level, near road grade, and partially cleared. A physical inspection of the subject property indicates its soils appear capable of supporting development, especially considering the surrounding development patterns. Electric and telephone services are available.
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Ingress/Egress

The subject property has access from NW 25th Terrace.
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Easements/Encroachments

Although title work was not provided, a review of public records indicates there are no easements or encroachments that would have an adverse impact on the development potential of the site. Utilities The subject property has access to electricity and telephone. Well and septic systems are typical in the subject s market area. Improvements The subject property consists of vacant land. Turpin Property City of Cape Coral Calhoun, Collister Parham, Inc. 12 ZONING/FUTURE LAND USE The subject property has a zoning designation of R-1B, Single-Family Residential District by the City of Cape Coral. The subject s future land use designation is PK, and Parks and Recreation by the City of Cape Coral. HIGHEST AND BEST USE Highest and Best Use Conclusion
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The highest and best use for the subject property is for a single-family residential use.

APPRAISAL METHODOLOGY

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In determining the market value of the subject property, consideration was given to the cost, sales comparison, and income capitalization approaches to value. The subject property consists of vacant land. Therefore, the sales comparison approach is applicable in valuing the property. The income and cost approaches are not applicable in valuing the subject property.

Turpin Property City of Cape Coral Calhoun, Collister Parham, Inc. 13 SALES MAP Turpin Property City of Cape Coral Calhoun, Collister Parham, Inc. 14
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Address: 1717 NW 28th Street

Strap: 28-43-23-C2-05124.0490

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Sale Date: February 8, 2019

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Sale Price: 12,000

Land Size: 10,000 SF

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Utilities: Electric and telephone

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Address: 1625 NW 28th Street

Strap: 28-43-23-C2-05124.0390

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Sale Date: April 19, 2019

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Sale Price: 12,000

Land Size: 10,000 SF

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Utilities: Electric and telephone

Turpin Property City of Cape Coral Calhoun, Collister Parham, Inc. 16 Address: 1101 NW 22nd Terrace Strap: 34-43-23-C2-02984.0310

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Sale Date: March 1, 2019

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Sale Price: 12,000

Land Size: 10,625 SF

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Utilities: Electric and telephone

Turpin Property City of Cape Coral Calhoun, Collister Parham, Inc. 17 Address: 3230 NW 4th Avenue Strap: 23-43-23-C3-02775.0320

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Sale Date: March 18, 2019

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Sale Price: 11,500

Land Size: 10,000 SF

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Utilities: Electric and telephone

Turpin Property City of Cape Coral Calhoun, Collister Parham, Inc. 18 LAND VALUE The subject property consists of a 10,000 square foot site with a highest and best use for a single-family residential use. In determining the subject s land value, a sales search was conducted for vacant sites similar in size, location, and highest and best use characteristics to the subject. As a result of the sales search, the land sales below have been researched, verified, analyzed, and compared to the subject. I have analyzed the comparable sales based on the unit value paid and the qualitative method which gives consideration to the various similarities and differences between the sales and the subject but does not apply specific adjustments in the analysis. The research of comparable land sales is summarized below:

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Sale No. Sale Date Sale Price Size (SF)

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02/08/2019 12,000 10,000

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04/19/2019 12,000 10,000

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03/01/2019 12,000 10,625

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03/18/2019 11,500 10,000

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Conclusion of Land Value

The comparable sales have similar single-family residential highest and best use as the subject and range in price from 11,500 to 12,000. Considering the similarities and differences between the comparable sales and the subject, the indicated value for the subject, as of May 3, 2019 (date of last inspection), is: 12,000 EXPOSURE TIME The previously reported value estimate is based upon a reasonable market exposure time. Based on current market conditions and research in the market, the estimated exposure time is in the range of three to six months to achieve the market value as shown above. This assumes a competitive open market, and further assumes a reasonable asking price relative to the value reported. QUALIFICATIONS Calhoun, Collister Parham, Inc.
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QUALIFICATIONS

RICHARD H. PARHAM Academic Background:

Bachelor of Arts Degree, The American University, 1991

Coursework and Seminars: The following courses have been completed under the direction of the Appraisal Institute: Appraisal Principles Appraisal Procedures (Successfully Challenged) Standards of Professional Practice (Part A B) Basic Income Capitalization Standards of Professional Practice (Part C) Advanced Income Capitalization Highest and Best Use and Market Analysis Advanced Sales Comparison and Cost Approaches Report Writing and Valuation Analysis Advanced Applications Florida Condemnation Valuation and Appraiser Liability Appraisers Florida Core Law Land Valuation Assignments Business Practices and Ethics Condemnation Appraising: Principles and Applications The Appraiser as an Expert Witness: Preparation and Testimony Litigation Appraising: Specialized Topics and Applications
Tagged Passions:business, legal, market, sale, arts, procedure, university, ethics, and condemnation

Other Coursework:

Environmental Site Assessment, National Association of Master Appraisers Real Estate Principles, Santa Fe Community College Tree Trunk Formulas
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Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice Florida Appraisal License Law and Appraisal Board Regulations Eminent Domain Conference, CLE International, October 2002 Eminent Domain Conference, CLE International, October 2003 Eminent Domain Conference, CLE International, May 2004 Eminent Domain Conference, CLE International, October 2004 Easement Valuation, International Right of Way Association Eminent Domain Conference, CLE International, October 2005 Eminent Domain Conference, CLE International, October 2006 Eminent Domain Conference, CLE International, April 2007 Eminent Domain Conference, CLE International, October 2007

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Eminent Domain Conference, CLE International, May 2008

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Other Coursework (Cont d):

Eminent Domain Conference, CLE International, October 2008 Roles and Rules of Supervisors and Trainees Communicating the Appraisal

Professional Organizations: State-Certified General Real Estate Appraiser RZ2256 Member of Association of Eminent Domain Professionals (AEDP) Practicing Affiliate of the Appraisal Institute Speaking/Instructing Engagements CLE, Eminent Domain Institute, The Appraiser s Perspective, What You Need To Know National Business Institute, Highest and Best Use

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Association of Eminent Domain Professional, Highest and Best Use

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University of Florida College of Law, Appraising For Litigation Purposes

CLE, Eminent Domain Institute, Apportionment Issues
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Appraisal Institute, West Coast Chapter, Associate Member Leadership Council Presentation

Employment Experience: Partner with Calhoun, Collister Parham, Inc., Present Appraiser with Calhoun and Associates, Inc., 2000 to 2002 Appraiser with Durrance Associates, P.A., 1994 to 2000 Appraiser with Candler-Sawyer Associates, Inc., 1993 to 1994 Appraiser with Hanford/Healy Appraisal Company, 1991 to 1993 Intern with U.S. Senator Connie Mack, 1990 to 1991 Appraiser with The L. James Parham Company, 1987-1989 Appraisal Experience: Richard H. Parham has been personally involved in the appraisal of one or more properties of the following types: ALF Properties Daycare Centers Reclaimed (Mining) Land Anchored Shopping Centers Easements Residential Subdivision Apartments Farms Restaurants Auto Service Health Fitness Centers Retail Buildings Automotive Sales Hotel/Motels Retail Strip Center Bank/Financial Institutions Industrial and Manufacturing Single Family Residences Bars/Taverns Mini Warehouses Special Purpose Properties Car Washes Mobile Home Parks Storm Water Retention Areas Churches Night Clubs Utility Corridors Citrus Trees Office Buildings Utility Systems Condominiums Phosphate Mines Vacant land Calhoun, Collister Parham, Inc.

Tagged Passions:health, finance, council, sale, preschool, agriculture, utility, industrial, restaurants, Utility, hotel, transportation, subdivision, water, employment, church, parks, trees, commercial, Child Care, nightlife, corridor, easement, and stormwater

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Appraisals have been conducted for commercial banks, corporations, attorneys, condemning authorities, property owners, environmental agencies, and others. The geographic scope of appraisal assignments completed include numerous counties throughout the State of Florida.

Eminent Domain Projects: Richard H. Parham has personally been involved in appraisal work of one or more properties on the following projects: State Road 20 Alachua County 39th Avenue Extension Alachua County I-95 Brevard County Palm Bay Road Brevard County Babcock Street Brevard County Wickham Road Brevard County Beach Erosion Brevard County State Road 7 Broward County Burnt Store Road Charlotte County Edgewater Flamingo Extension Charlotte County Murdock Village Charlotte County Proposed School Site Charlotte County
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Utility Easements Charlotte County U.S. 17/Duncan Road Charlotte County County Road 491 Citrus County County Road 486 Citrus County

State Road 44 Citrus County U.S. 41 Citrus County Watson Street Citrus County County Road 209 Clay County Green Cove Springs Police Expansion Clay County Seacoast Pipeline Clay County Collier Boulevard Collier County Golden Gate Boulevard Collier County Interstate 75 Collier County Immokalee Road Collier County Livingston Road Collier County Santa Barbara Collier County Vanderbilt Beach Road Collier County Marco Island Water Reservoir Collier County U.S. 17 DeSoto County Broward Road Duval County Collins Road Duval County State Road 23 Duval County TECO Peoples Gas Pipeline Duval County U.S. 17 Hardee County Calhoun, Collister Parham, Inc.
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Florida Gas Transmission Pipeline Hardee County Gulfstream Pipeline Hardee County County Line Road Hernando County Sunshine Grove Road Hernando County State Road 50 Hernando County

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Cortez Boulevard Hernando County Suncoast Parkway Hernando County State Road 45 (U.S. 41) Hernando County Gulfstream Pipeline Highlands County Bloomingdale Avenue Hillsborough County Bullard Parkway Hillsborough County Dale Mabry Highway Hillsborough County Florida Gas Transmission Pipeline Hillsborough County Gandy Boulevard Hillsborough County Interstate 275 Hillsborough County Providence Road Hillsborough County State Road 39 Hillsborough County State Road 60 Hillsborough County Selmon Connector Hillsborough County Causeway Boulevard Hillsborough County SWFWMD Reservoir Hillsborough County Tampa Bay Water Pipeline Hillsborough County U.S. 301 Hillsborough County Central Florida Pipeline Hillsborough County

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78th Street Hillsborough County Interstate 4 Hillsborough County U. S. 41 Hillsborough County Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. Hillsborough County 22nd Street Hillsborough County Linebaugh Avenue Hillsborough County Hanley Road Hillsborough County Hoover Blvd. Hillsborough County

Florida Gas Transmission Pipeline Hillsborough County County Road 466 Lake County State Road 50 Lake County State Road 500 (U.S. 441) Lake County Colonial Boulevard Lee County Corkscrew Watershed Lee County Del Prado Boulevard Lee County Government Center Lee County Interstate 75 Lee County Metro Parkway Lee County Southwest Community Park Lee County U.S. 41 Lee County
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Mid-Point Bridge Lee County Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd Lee County

State Road 78 Lee County Calhoun, Collister Parham, Inc.
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Interstate 10 Leon County State Road 263 Leon County 17th Street Manatee County 43rd Street Manatee County Cortez Boulevard Manatee County State Road 64 Manatee County Wares Creek Manatee County Gulfstream Pipeline Manatee County School Board Site Manatee County

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30th Avenue Manatee County 53rd Avenue Manatee County 17th Street Overpass Marion County 31st Street Marion County County Road 484 Marion County NW 44th Street Marion County State Road 40 Marion County SW 95th Street Marion County State Road 35 Marion County County Road 484 Marion County Gulfstream Pipeline Martin County Indian Street Bridge Martin County State Road 70 Okeechobee County U.S. 441 Okeechobee County Interstate 4 Orange County John Young Parkway Orange County Kirkman Road Orange County Maguire Road Orange County Maitland Boulevard Extension Orange County Rouse Road Orange County State Road 50 Orange County Western Beltway Orange County

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Orange Avenue Orange County Gulfstream Pipeline Palm Beach County Bell Lake Road Pasco County Boyette Road Pasco County Clinton Avenue Pasco County County Line Road Pasco County East Road Pasco County Florida Gas Pipeline Pasco County Lake Patience Road Pasco County Main Street Pasco County Moon Lake Road Pasco County Old Pasco Road Pasco County Overpass Road Pasco County Pasco County Government Complex Pasco County State Road 54 Pasco County Shady Hills Road Pasco County

Calhoun, Collister Parham, Inc.
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Suncoast Parkway Pasco County U.S. 41 Pasco County U.S. 19 Pinellas County Blind Pass Road Pinellas County Clearwater Downtown Stormwater System Pinellas County City of St. Petersburg Beach Pinellas County County Road 296 Connector Pinellas County Dome Industrial Project Pinellas County Interstate 75 Connector Pinellas County Keene Road Pinellas County Keystone Road Pinellas County Largo High School Expansion Pinellas County Nebraska Avenue Pinellas County Ulmerton Road Pinellas County St. Pete/Clearwater Airport Expansion Pinellas County

State Road 436 Pinellas County Drew Street Pinellas County Airport Pinellas County Central Florida Pipeline Polk County Florida Gas Transmission Pipeline Polk County Gulfstream Pipeline Polk County State Road 60 Polk County Drane Field Road Polk County Lake Howard Drive Polk County Polk County Parkway Polk County State Road 540 Polk County State Road 655 Polk County State Road 20 Putnam County Honore Avenue Sarasota County Interstate 75 Sarasota County U.S. 301 Sarasota County Pinebrook Road Extension Sarasota County Fruitville Road/I-75 Sarasota County State Rod 434 Seminole County Eden Park Avenue Seminole County State Road436 Seminole County TECO Peoples Gas Pipeline St. Johns County U.S. Highway 1 St. Lucie County Port St. Lucie Utility System St. Lucie County County Road 4466A Sumter County Florida Wastewater Project Sumter County U.S. 301 Sumter County State Road 35 CSX Overpass Sumter County State Road 44 Sumter County State Road 45 (U.S. 41) Sumter County DeBary Avenue Volusia County State Road 415 Volusia County Calhoun, Collister Parham, Inc.
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QUALIFICATIONS

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BRETT A. MEYERS

Academic Background:

Florida State University, Tallahassee, Florida College of Business Administration

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Bachelor of Science Degree; Finance and Real Estate - April 2006

Certifications and Memberships: State-Certified General Real Estate Appraiser, State of Florida RZ3409 Coursework and Seminars:
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Real Estate Principles, Florida State University, December 2004

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Real Estate Feasibility, Florida State University, May 2005 Legal Environment of Real Estate, Florida State University, May 2005 Real Estate Finance, Florida State University, December 2005 Real Estate Appraisal, Florida State University, December 2005 Advanced Appraisal/Market Analysis, Florida State University, April 2006 15-Hour National USPAP Course, May 2009 2010 2011 National USPAP Update, July 2010 Florida Appraisal Laws and Regulations, July 2010 Florida Supervisor/Trainee Roles Relationships, July 2010 The Cost Approach, July 2010

Appraisal Experience:

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Experienced with various types of residential and commercial properties,

including, but not limited to, single-family residences, office buildings, warehouses, retail centers, duplexes and triplexes, and commercial and residential land. His appraisals have been conducted for corporations, attorneys, government bodies, condemning authorities, and others. Employment Experience: May 2006 - Present Calhoun, Collister Parham, Inc. September 2005 - May 2006 Boutin, Brown Realty Advisors, Inc. Projects: The following is a partial listing of projects on which Mr. Meyers has personally had valuation assignments involving acquisitions by private and governmental agencies: Murdock Village (Charlotte County) Collier Boulevard (Collier County) Santa Barbara Boulevard Widening (Collier County) Vanderbilt Beach Road Extension (Collier County) State Road 39 (Hillsborough County) U.S. Highway 1 (Indian River County) U.S. Highway 441 (Lake County)
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Projects (Cont.)

Public Safety Building Project (Lee County) Southwest Community Park (Lee County) Gulfstream Natural Gas Pipeline (Martin County and Palm Beach County) Interstate 4 (Orange) Maguire Road (Orange) State Road 710 (Palm Beach County) Clinton Avenue (Pasco County) East Road Realignment (Pasco County) Keystone Road (Pinellas County) Largo High School Expansion (Pinellas County) Lincoln/Beacon Intersection Improvement (Polk County) Maitland Boulevard Extension (Orange County) Narcoosee Road (Osceola) Nolte Road (Osceola) Honore Avenue (Sarasota County) U.S. Highway 301 (Sumter County)
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Item Number: B.(2) Meeting Date: 8/19/2019

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Item Type: CONSENT AGENDA

AGENDA REQUEST FORM CITY OF CAPE CORAL TITLE: Resolution 279-19 School Resource Officer Agreement with Heritage Charter Academy Inc.; Department: Police REQUESTED ACTION: Approve or Deny STRATEGIC PLAN INFO:
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1.
Will this action result in a Budget Amendment? No 2. Is this a Strategic Decision? Yes

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

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PLANNING ZONING/HEARING EXAMINER/STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS:

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SUMMARY EXPLANATION AND BACKGROUND: Prior to 2018, the Lee County Sheriff's office provided school resource officers (SROs) in Lee County Schools. In 2018, after the shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School that took the lives of 17 Florida students and educators, the State of Florida enacted the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School Public Safety Act. The Act requires each school district to have one or more SROs at each school in the district.

At that time, the City of Cape Coral began providing the SROs at schools within the City, thereby increasing the number of SROs and vehicles prior to the 2018-2019 school year. The SRO program has now been established in the Cape Coral Police Department, and the Police Department desires to provide services to a new charter school. This resolution approves entering into an agreement with Heritage Charter Academy to provide an SRO for the 2019-2020 school year. LEGAL REVIEW: EXHIBITS: Resolution 279-19 PREPARED BY: Division- Department- CityAttorney

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SOURCE OF ADDITIONAL INFORMATION:

ATTACHMENTS: Description Type Resolution 279-19 Resolution

RESOLUTIO 279 - 19 A RESOLUTION OF THE CAPE CORAL CITY COUNCIL APPROVING AN AGREEMENT BETWEEN HERITAGE CHARTER ACADEMY INC. AND THE CITY OF CAPE CORAL TO ESTABLISH A SCHOOL RESOURCE OFFICER PROGRAM WHEREIN THE CITY OF CAPE CORAL PROVIDES POLICE OFFICERS IN HERITAGE CHARTER ACADEMY LOCATED IN THE CITY OF CAPE CORAL; AND AUTHORIZES THE MAYOR TO EXECUTE THE AGREEMENT; PROVIDI GAN EFFECTIVE DATE. WHEREAS, the State of Florida adopted the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School Public Safety Act which provides that each public school in the State must partner with law enforcement agencies to assign a sworn law enforcement officer at each school by implementing a school resource officer program through a cooperative agreement with law enforcement agencies; and WHEREAS, Heritage Charter Academy Inc. desires to enter into an agreement with the City of Cape Coral to provide Cape Coral police as a School Resource Officer (SRO) at Heritage Charter Academy located in the City of Cape Coral; and WHEREAS, Heritage Charter Academy Inc. will contribute a minimum of 9,180 per SRO to assist with the cost of providing a law enforcement officer in the school; and WHEREAS, the City of Cape Coral desires to enter into an agreement with Heritage Charter Academy Inc. in order to establish a School Resource Officer program and place an officer in Heritage Charter Academy for the protection and safety of school personnel, property, students, and visitors. OW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF CAPE CORAL, FLORIDA, AS FOLLOWS: Section 1. The City Council hereby approves the Agreement between Heritage Charter Academy Inc. and the City of Cape Coral to establish a School Resource Officer Program wherein the City provides a police officer in Heritage Charter Academy. A copy of the Agreement is attached hereto as Exhibit A. Section 2. The City Council hereby authorizes the Mayor to execute the Agreement.

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Section 3. This Resolution shall take effect immediately upon its adoption.

ADOPTED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF CAPE CORAL AT ITS REGULAR COUNCIL SESSION THIS ___ DAY OF ______ , 2019.

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VOTE OF MAYOR A D COUNCILMEMBERS:

COVIELLO GUNTER CARIOSCIA STOUT JOE COVIELLO, MAYOR ELSON STOKES WILLIAMS COSDEN

ATTESTED TO AND FILED IN MY OFFICE THIS ___ DAY OF _____ _ 2019.

APPROVED AS TO FORM:

DOLORES D. MENE CITY ATTORNEY res/ SRO Agreement - Heritage

KIMBERLY BRUNS, CMC CITY CLERK AGREEMENT BETWEEN Heritage Charter Academy Inc. and The City of Cape Coral for School Resource Officer Program THIS AGREEMENT is made and entered into this ___ day of ______ _ 2019 by and between Heritage Charter Academy Inc., located at 2107 Santa Barbara Blvd., Cape Coral, FL 33991 (hereinafter referred to as HERITAGE ) and the City of Cape Coral (hereinafter referred to as the CITY ).

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WHEREAS, in the wake of the tragic shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School that took the lives of 17 Florida students and educators, the State of Florida adopted the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School Public Safety Act that requires each district school board and school district superintendent to partner with law enforcement agencies to establish school resource officer programs, through a cooperative agreement with law enforcement agencies; and

WHEREAS, HERITAGE and the CITY recognize potential benefits of the School Resource Officer Program to the citizens of the City of Cape Coral, Florida, and particularly to the students of Heritage Charter Academy and recognize that it is in the best interest of HERITAGE to establish this program; and WHEREAS, HERITAGE and the CITY desire to provide a school resource officer at Heritage Charter Academy. NOW THEREFORE, in consideration of the mutual promises and covenants herein contained, HERITAGE and the CITY hereby agree as follows: ARTICLE I The recitals above are adopted and incorporated hereto as is fully restated. ARTICLE II
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A School Resource Officer (SRO) Program is hereby established in Heritage Charter Academy located at 2107 Santa Barbara Boulevard, Cape Coral, FL.

ARTICLE III

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The CITY shall assign a minimum of one (1) SRO to the school identified in Article II.

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The initial start-up cost for the SRO is approximately 145,508.00 and the annual cost for the SRO is approximately 78,293.

EXHIBIT A

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The SRO shall be assigned on those days that the school is in regular session. The officer may be temporarily re-assigned by the CITY during school, school holidays, school vacations, trainings, or during a period of law enforcement emergency.

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The SRO will be available for summer school at certain times upon request.

ARTICLE IV The SRO will endeavor to:
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Coordinate school related activities with the principal, staff members and parents and if practicable will seek advice regarding school programs;

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Educate students and staff on the role of law enforcement;

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Familiarize himself/ herself with the school, its policies, the faculty and students of the school;

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Maintain confidentiality, (to the extent permitted by law), regarding students which he/ she has occasion to counsel as well as protect the confidentiality of the student records to which he / she is provided access;

5. Interact with the students and faculty when reasonable, including during class breaks, lunch periods, before and after school, at school activities and in classrooms;

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Serve as a referral resource for the students, faculty, and parents regarding services and facilities available to the public; and

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Adhere to the policy of his / her assigned school (where that policy does not conflict with the City of Cape Coral's policy and/ or law).

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The administration and staff of Heritage Charter Academy shall:

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Upon discovery of an issue that poses a threat to school safety, the principal, designee or other staff members, provide immediate notification to the SRO or other law enforcement officials;

2. Cooperate with the SRO and other law enforcement officials in the performance of their duties;
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Provide the SRO the following materials and facilities:

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audio / video, aids / equipment for classroom presentations; b. a secure area for storage of equipment and communications; and

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c. a dedicated, air-conditioned and properly lighted, private office for the SRO, which shall have a telephone, a desk and a chair which may be used for general business purposes.

ARTICLE VI Heritage Charter Academy shall pay a minimum of 9,180.00 to the CITY for the term of this Agreement toward the cost of each SRO assigned to the school identified in Article IL Such payment shall be due and owing within 30 days of the execution of this Agreement. ARTICLE VII The term of this Agreement shall be the twelve (12) month period from August 1, 2019 to July 31, 2020. ARTICLE VIII The CITY will maintain responsibility for all aspects of employment for each SRO. The SRO shall remain an employee of the CITY and shall not be an employee of the assigned school. HERITAGE acknowledges that the SRO is a Cape Coral Police Officer who shall uphold the law under the direct supervision and control of the Cape Coral Police Department. The SRO shall remain responsive to the chain of command of the Cape Coral Police Department. ARTICLE IX
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Upon the appropriate principal's reasonable request, the supervisor of the SRO shall arrange a meeting to discuss concerns regarding the SRO's performance or responsibilities.

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In the event of the reassignment of an SRO for any reason, the CITY will endeavor to provide a replacement for the SRO as soon as practicable.

ARTICLE X 1. Termination of this Agreement may only be accomplished as provided herein.
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This Agreement may be terminated without cause by either party upon ninety (90) days written notification.

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Notwithstanding language to the contrary, in the event HERITAGE fails to make payment in full to the CITY, upon the date such payment is due and owing pursuant to this Agreement, the CITY may terminate this Agreement, upon ten (10) days written notification to HERITAGE.

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In the event this Agreement is terminated, compensation shall be made to the CITY by HERITAGE for services performed to the date of termination on a pro rata basis.

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3. HERITAGE shall be entitled to any pro-rated refunds due for the period of time for which SRO services were paid, but are not provided because of termination of this Agreement.

ARTICLE XI Any and all notices, or any other communication herein required, or permitted, shall be deemed to have been given when deposited in the United States Postal Service as regular mail, postage prepaid, and addressed as follows:
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David M. Newlan City of Cape Coral Police 1100 Cultural Park Boulevard Cape Coral, FL 33990

Heritage Charter Academy 2107 Santa Barbara Boulevard Cape Coral, FL 33991 ARTICLE XII HERITAGE, the CITY, and their agents and employees agree to cooperate in good faith in fulfilling the terms of this Agreement. Unforeseen difficulties or questions will be resolved by negotiation between HERITAGE and the CITY, or their designees. ARTICLE XIII
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This document constitutes a full understanding of the parties, is a final written expression of all the terms of the Agreement between the parties and is a complete and exclusive statement of those terms. No terms, conditions or Agreement purporting to modify or vary the terms of this document shall be binding unless hereinafter made in writing and signed by both parties.

ARTICLE XIV

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Each party agrees to be liable for any and all claims, suits, damages, including court costs and attorney's fees, arising out of the negligent or intentional acts or omissions of its own agents, subcontractors, and employees, in the course of the operation of this Agreement.

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Further, each party agrees to indemnify the other to the extent allowed by law against all claims, suits, damages, including court costs and attorney's fees, arising out of the negligent or intentional acts or omissions of its own agents, subcontractors, and employees, in the course of the operation of this Agreement.

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Nothing herein contained is intended to serve, nor shall be interpreted as a waiver of any defense or limitation of liability afforded a governmental entity as a result of sovereign immunity, or to extend or increase either party's liability provided pursuant to Section 768.28, Florida Statutes.

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