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MEETING OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TAMPA

The Tampa City Council Tampa City Council Chambers

315 E. Kennedy Blvd, Third Floor

Tampa, Florida 33602

REGULAR DRAFT AGENDA

DATE: 08/22/2019 TIME: 9:00 A.M.

Luis Viera, Chair, District 7 Guido Maniscalco, Chair Pro-Tem, District 6

Joseph Citro, District 1 At-Large

Charlie Miranda, District 2 At-Large

No additional detail provided

John Dingfelder, District 3 At-Large

Bill Carlson, District 4

Orlando Gudes, District 5 Martin Shelby, City Council Attorney
Tagged Passions:council and legal

WELCOME TO THE MEETING OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TAMPA.

THIS MEETING IS OPEN TO THE PUBLIC. Any person who decides to appeal any decision of the City Council with respect to any matter considered at this meeting will need a record of the proceedings, and for such purpose, may need to hire a court reporter 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. In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Section 286.26, Florida Statutes, persons with disabilities needing special accommodations to participate in this public hearing or meeting should contact the City of Tampas ADA Coordinator at least forty-eight (48) hours prior to the date of the public hearing or meeting: A) By phone at (813) 274-3964; B) By e-mail at TampaADA@tampagov.net; C) the instructions provided on the City of Tampas website at https://www.tampagov.net/about-us/tampagov/accessibility or: D) The City of Tampas Online Customer Service Center at https://apps.tampagov.net/appl_customer_service_center/ using the ADA Accommodation Request Service. Shirley Foxx-Knowles, CMC City Clerk MEETING CALLED TO ORDER LUIS VIERA, CHAIR Invocation
Tagged Passions:council, legal, disability, hearing, instruction, and court

Pledge of Allegiance

Roll Call

APPROVAL OF THE AGENDA AND ADDENDUM TO THE AGENDA:

CEREMONIAL ACTIVITIES AND\OR PRESENTATIONS:

1.
File No. E2019-16 - (Three minute presentation)

Presentation by applicants expressing an interest in being appointed to a position on the Code Enforcement Board/Public Nuisance Abatement Board. Shirley Foxx-Knowles, City Clerk, transmitting the list of applicants expressing an interest in being considered for the position on the Code Enforcement Board/Public Nuisance Abatement Board. - (To be R/F)

Tagged Passions:appointments, abatement, and codes enforcement

2.
File No. E2019-16 (Three minute presentation)

Presentation by applicants expressing an interest in being appointed by Council to fill two positions on the Equal Business Opportunity Advisory Council. Shirley Foxx-Knowles, City Clerk, transmitting the list of applicants expressing an interest in being considered for the two positions on the Equal Business Opportunity Advisory Council. - (To be R/F)

Tagged Passions:business, council, and appointments

3.
File No. E2019-16 - (Three minute presentation)

Presentation by applicants expressing an interest in being appointed to the one (1) position on the Variance Review Board. Shirley Foxx-Knowles, City Clerk, transmitting the list of applicants expressing an interest in being considered for the one (1) position on the Variance Review Board. - (To be R/F)

Tagged Passions:appointments

4.
9:00 a.m. File No. E2019-15

No additional detail provided

Presentation of commendation to Ms. Lena Young Green for her tremendous work as a longtime activist with the Tampa Heights community. - (Original motion initiated by Gudes-Miranda on July 25, 2019.)

5.
9:00 a.m. File No. E2019-15

No additional detail provided

Presentation of commendation to City of Tampa Parks and Recreation employees Victoria Mattie, Ashley St. Clair and Sophie Seidenberg for rescuing a teen who was swept downstream by a current while attempting to swim across the Hillsborough River - (Original motion initiated by Gudes-Maniscalco on August 8, 2019.)

Tagged Passions:watershed, parks, and recreation

6.
9:00 a.m. File No. E2019-15

No additional detail provided

Presentation of commendation to Candy Lowe in honor of her work as a community organizer and advocate of small black-owned businesses. - (Original motion initiated by Gudes-Citro on August 8, 2019.)

PUBLIC COMMENTS: (30 MINUTES ALLOTTED FOR ANY MATTERS OTHER THAN PUBLIC HEARINGS 3 MINUTES PER SPEAKER PREFERENCE SHALL BE GIVEN TO SPEAKERS WISHING TO ADDRESS ITEMS ON THE AGENDA.) REQUESTS BY THE PUBLIC FOR RECONSIDERATION OF LEGISLATIVE MATTERS
Tagged Passions:business and hearing

COMMITTEE REPORTS\CONSENT AGENDA (ITEMS 7 THROUGH 60):

Ordinances Being Presented For First Reading Consideration (Item 7)
Tagged Passions:ordinance

7.
File No. D2019-3

(Ordinance being presented for first reading consideration) - An ordinance by the City of Tampa renaming and designating that portion of USF Maple Drive which is located within the University of South Florida campus (USF), lying north of USF Alumni Drive, south of E Fletcher Avenue, east of Bruce B Downs Boulevard and west of N 50th Street, within the City of Tampa, Hillsborough County, Florida, so that it will hereafter be known as USF Genshaft Drive; providing an effective date. Public Safety Committee (Items 8 through 14) Joseph Citro, Chair Charlie Miranda, Vice-Chair Orlando Gudes, Alternate

Tagged Passions:ordinance, streets, public safety, and university

8.
File No. B2019-2

Resolution making certain changes in the Budget of the City Of Tampa for the Fiscal Year Ending September 30, 2019; approving the transfer, reallocation, and/or appropriation of 40,400 within the General Fund for Tampa Fire Rescue capital expenditures; providing an effective date.

Tagged Passions:funding and budget

9.
File No. B2019-2

Resolution making certain changes in the Budget of the City of Tampa for the Fiscal Year ending September 30, 2019; approving the transfer, reallocation, and/or appropriation of 1,250,000 within the General Fund for Tampa Fire Rescue operating expenditures; providing an effective date.

Tagged Passions:funding and budget

10.
File No. B2019-2

Resolution making certain changes in the budget of the City of Tampa for the fiscal year ending September 30, 2019; approving the transfer, reallocation and/or appropriation of 10,500 within the General Fund for the Tampa Police Department; providing an effective date.

Tagged Passions:funding, budget, and public safety

11.
File No. B2019-43

No additional detail provided

Resolution approving an interlocal agreement for the distribution of boat registration fee revenue for marine law enforcement within municipality (FY20); authorizing execution thereof by the Mayor of the City of Tampa and providing an effective date.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:public safety and boating

12.
File No. B2019-59

No additional detail provided

Resolution approving and authorizing payment not to exceed 929,320 under an existing agreement between the City of Tampa, Hillsborough County, and Chad Chronister, Sheriff, Hillsborough County Sheriff's Office, for the provision of school crossing guards in the City of Tampa August 2019-July 2020; providing an effective date.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:public safety and education

COMMITTEE REPORTS\CONSENT AGENDA CONTINUED (ITEMS 7 THROUGH 60):

13.
File No. F2019-167

Resolution approving reimbursement agreements between the City of Tampa and twenty three applicants for the Tampa Police Department Police Recruit Program; authorizing execution thereof by the Mayor of the City of Tampa and providing an effective date.

Tagged Passions:public safety and program

14.
File No. X2019-920

Resolution approving a new Schedule A to an Agreement between the City of Tampa and LexisNexis Risk Solutions FL, Inc. for an extension of the provision of Accurint Law Enforcement Plus Software License Services in the estimated amount of 21,840 for use by the Tampa Police Department/Urban Area Security Initiative (UASI); authorizing execution thereof by the Mayor of the City of Tampa; providing an effective date.

Tagged Passions:security, public safety, risk, services, license, information technology, and Information Technology

Parks, Recreation and Cultural Committee (Items 15 through 23) Orlando Gudes, Chair John Dingfelder, Vice-Chair Bill Carlson, Alternate

Tagged Passions:parks and recreation

15.
File No. B2019-2

Resolution making certain changes in the budget of the City of Tampa for the fiscal year ending September 30, 2019; approving the transfer, reallocation, and/or appropriation of ( 336,649) within the Convention Center Capital Projects Fund for the Tampa Convention Center Renovations Project (Foodservice Contractor's Constructible Improvements); providing an effective date.

Tagged Passions:funding, budget, capital spending, Capital Spending, and conventions

16.
File No. F2019-79 - (Part 1 of 2) - (See Item 17)

No additional detail provided

Resolution approving and accepting a grant award from The National Endowment for the Arts Promotion of the Arts (Artworks) Grant Program in the amount of 20,000 in support of the City of Tampa's Lights on Tampa Program; recognizing the City of Tampa's match of the grand award in the amount of 20,000; providing an effective date.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:grant, recognition, arts, and program

17.
File No. B2019-2 - (Part 2 of 2) - (See Item 16)

Resolution making certain changes in the budget of the City of Tampa for the fiscal year ending September 30, 2019; approving the transfer, reallocation and/or appropriation of 40,000 within the Development For The Arts Fund and the Other Grants Fund for Lights On Tampa; providing an effective date.

Tagged Passions:funding, grant, budget, arts, development, and Development

18.
File No. X2019-910

No additional detail provided

Resolution approving the renewal of an award between the City of Tampa and Quick Painting Group Corp. for the provision of Painting Services at the Tampa Convention Center in the estimated amount of 350,000 and an additional 100,000 for other City Departments for a cumulative total of 450,000; providing an effective date.

Tagged Passions:arts, services, and conventions

19.
File No. E2019-8 CH 28 - (Special Event Code)

Special Event Permit: Car Show on 7th Ave - 7th Ave between 15th St. 20th St.- August 31, 2019.

Tagged Passions:events

20.
File No. E2019-8 CH 28 - (Special Event Code)

Special Event Permit: Chick-Fil-A Fall Stampede - Gasparilla Plaza, Cass St. North Blvd.- September 8, 2019.

Tagged Passions:restaurants and events

COMMITTEE REPORTS\CONSENT AGENDA CONTINUED (ITEMS 7 THROUGH 60):

21.
File No. E2019-8 CH 28 - (Special Event Code)

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:events

Special Event Permit: Taste of Latino Festival - 18th St, 19th St., 9th Ave. near Centennial Park - October 20, 2019.

Tagged Passions:events, parks, and festival

22.
File No. E2019-8 CH 28 - (Special Event Code)

Special Event Permit: Ybor City Tree Lighting - 7th Ave between 15th St and 17th St. - November 20, 2019.

Tagged Passions:events and trees

23.
File No. E2019-8 CH 28 - (Special Event Code)

Special Event Permit: Richard's Run - Ybor: Palm Ave, Nuccio Pkwy, and 9th Ave. - November 1, 2019. Public Works Committee (Items 24 through 33) John Dingfelder, Chair Bill Carlson, Vice-Chair Charlie Miranda, Alternate

Tagged Passions:events, Public Works, and public works

24.
File No. B2019-2

Resolution making certain changes in the budget of the City of Tampa for the fiscal year ending September 30, 2019; approving the transfer, reallocation and/or appropriation of 140,500 within the Water Revenue Bond Series 2016-UMS Fund for the Utility Management System Replacement Project; providing an effective date.

Tagged Passions:funding, budget, utility, bond, Utility, and water

25.
File No. B2019-45

Resolution approving Work Order 5, under Contract 18-D-41705, in the amount of 80,383 to Arcadis U.S., Inc. for professional services in connection with Howard F. Curren AWTP NPDES Permit Renewal 2019; authorizing issuance of said Work Order by the Contract Administration Department; providing an effective date.

Tagged Passions:contract and services

26.
File No. B2019-45

Resolution approving Work Order 24, under Contract 18-D-43724, in the amount of 81,844 to Biller Reinhart Engineering Group, Inc. for professional services in connection with Lime House Improvement - David L. Tippin Water Treatment Facility Lime Silo; authorizing issuance of said Work Order by the Contract Administration Department; providing an effective date.

Tagged Passions:facility, utility, Utility, contract, services, and water

27.
File No. X2019-910

Resolution approving, ratifying and confirming the placement of a purchase order for the furnishing of Twiggs Parking Garage East Elevator Replacement Services in the estimated amount of 198,694 to Thyssenkrupp Elevator Corporation for use by the Logistics and Asset Management Department/Parking Division; providing an effective date.

Tagged Passions:services, purchasing, and parking

28.
File No. X2019-910

No additional detail provided

Resolution approving the bid of Onyx Cleaning Services, LLC for the provision of Janitorial Services for Parks North Locations (Sheltered Market Solicitation) in the estimated amount of 532,710.40 for use by the Logistics and Asset Management Department/Facility Management Division; authorizing the Director of Purchasing to purchase said property, supplies, materials or services; providing an effective date.

Tagged Passions:rfp, RFP, facility, market, materials, services, purchasing, parks, property, and solicitation

COMMITTEE REPORTS\CONSENT AGENDA CONTINUED (ITEMS 7 THROUGH 60):

29.
File No. X2019-988

No additional detail provided

Resolution approving the renewal of an award between the City of Tampa and Olameter Corporation for the provision of Water Meter Reading Services in the estimated amount of 549,200 for use by the Water Department; providing an effective date.

Tagged Passions:utility, Utility, services, and water

30.
File No. Y2017-19

Resolution approving a final payment in the amount of 16,428.05 to Trias Construction LLC for Contract 17-C-00028, Howard F. Curren Advanced Wastewater Treatment Plant Screen and Grit Building Nos. 1 and 2 Booster Pumps; providing an effective date.

Tagged Passions:construction, sewer, contract, and plant

31.
File No. Y2019-10

Resolution authorizing an Agreement between the City of Tampa and Kimmins Contracting Corp. in the amount of 1,342,787.89 for professional construction management at risk services with a Guaranteed Maximum Price (GMP) in connection with the 18-C-00039; Channel District Improvements CM; authorizing the Mayor to execute said Agreement on behalf of the City of Tampa; providing an effective date.

Tagged Passions:construction, contract, risk, and services

32.
File No. Y2019-30 - (Part 1 of 2) - (See Item 33)

No additional detail provided

Resolution accepting the proposal of KAT Construction Materials Inc. pertaining to Contract 19-C-00034; Saint Isabel Pumping Station Rehabilitation, in the amount of 317,600; authorizing the execution of the Contract by the Mayor of the City of Tampa; providing an effective date.

Tagged Passions:construction, contract, and materials

33.
File No. B2019-2 - (Part 2 of 2) - (See Item 32)

Resolution making certain changes in the budget of the City of Tampa for the fiscal year ending September 30, 2019; approving the transfer, reallocation, and/or appropriation of 317,600 for the Saint Isabel Pumping Station Rehabilitation project; providing an effective date.

Tagged Passions:funding and budget

Finance Committee (Items 34 through 44) Charlie Miranda, Chair Joseph Citro, Vice-Chair Guido Maniscalco, Alternate

Tagged Passions:finance

34.
File No. B2019-2

Resolution making certain changes in the budget of the City of Tampa for the fiscal year ending September 30, 2019; approving the transfer, reallocation, and/or appropriation of 55,600 within the General Fund for use by the Human Resources Department for operating and capital equipment; providing an effective date.

Tagged Passions:funding, equipment, budget, and human resources

35.
File No. B2019-73

No additional detail provided

Resolution authorizing the execution of an Employee Agreement between the City of Tampa and Patricia Newton; providing an effective date.

36.
File No. E2019-16

No additional detail provided

Resolution approving the appointment by the Mayor of Amanda Lynn Hurtak (Neighborhood/Civic Representative) as a member of the Variance Review Board, to fill and replace the unexpired term of Joseph Citro, whose term expires on February 27, 2020, providing an effective date.

Tagged Passions:appointments and neighborhood

COMMITTEE REPORTS\CONSENT AGENDA CONTINUED (ITEMS 7 THROUGH 60):

37.
File No. E2019-16

No additional detail provided

Resolution approving the reappointment by the Mayor of Stephen M. Lytle, to the Code Enforcement Board and Public Nuisance Abatement Board, whose term expires on August 19, 2019, to a new three year term that expires on August 18, 2022; providing an effective date.

Tagged Passions:abatement and codes enforcement

38.
File No. X2019-910

Resolution approving an Agreement between the City of Tampa and 2 Meyer Corporation for the provision of Building Demolition and Removal Services (Sheltered Market Solicitation) in the estimated amount of 250,000; authorizing the Mayor to execute said Agreement; providing an effective date.

Tagged Passions:market, services, solicitation, and demolition

39.
File No. X2019-946

No additional detail provided

Resolution approving the renewal of an Agreement between the City of Tampa and RSM US LLP for the provision of External Auditing Services in the estimated amount of 234,325 for use by the Revenue and Finance Department; providing an effective date.

Tagged Passions:finance, services, and audit

40.
File No. X2019-961

Resolution approving an Agreement between Mainzer Management, Inc. d/b/a Techstaff and the City of Tampa and approving an Agreement between Personnel Solutions Plus, LLC and the City of Tampa for the provision of Professional, Technical Specialized Administrative Staffing Services Cooperative in the total estimated amount of 1,976,000 for use by various department; authorizing the execution thereof by the Mayor of the City of Tampa; providing an effective date.

Tagged Passions:personnel, services, and human resources

41.
File No. X2019-966

No additional detail provided

Resolution approving the bid of Northeast II, Inc. d/b/a TC Delivers for the furnishing of Laser Printing and Mailing of Utility Bills, Code Enforcement and Business Tax Notices in the estimated amount of 305,000 for use by the Utility Billing, Code Enforcement and Business Tax Departments; authorizing the Director of Purchasing to purchase said property, supplies, materials or services; providing an effective date.

Tagged Passions:rfp, RFP, business, taxes, Taxes, utility, Utility, materials, services, purchasing, property, and codes enforcement

42.
File No. X2019-988

No additional detail provided

Resolution approving the renewal of an award between the City of Tampa and Barons Landscaping Services, Inc. for the provision of Grounds Maintenance for Fire Stations and City Property Locations (Sheltered Market Solicitation) in the estimated amount of 151,465.82 for use by Tampa Fire Rescue and the Logistics and Asset Management Department/Facility Management Division; providing an effective date.

Tagged Passions:facility, market, fire departments and districts, services, property, and solicitation

43.
File No. B2019-6

Christine Glover, Director of Internal Audit, transmitting audit report: Solid Waste - Contracted Services - Audit 19-10, dated July 19, 2019. - (To be R/F)

Tagged Passions:utility, solid waste, Utility, contract, services, and audit

44.
File No. B2019-6

Christine Glover, Director of Internal Audit, transmitting audit report: Technology Innovation - Windows Security Review, - Audit 19-11 - dated July 30, 2019 - (To be R/F).

Tagged Passions:security, Technology, technology, and audit

COMMITTEE REPORTS\CONSENT AGENDA CONTINUED (ITEMS 7 THROUGH 60):

Building, Zoning and Preservation Committee (Items 45 through 53) Bill Carlson, Chair Guido Maniscalco, Vice-Chair John Dingfelder, Alternate

Tagged Passions:zoning and preservation

45.
File No. B2019-2

Resolution making certain changes in the budget of the City of Tampa for the fiscal year ending September 30, 2019; approving the transfer, reallocation, and/or appropriation of 24,483 within the Construction Services Division-Customer Service Enhancement Fund.

Tagged Passions:funding, construction, budget, and services

46.
File No. B2019-43 - (Part 1 of 2) - (See Item 47)

No additional detail provided

Resolution approving an Interlocal Agreement between the City of Tampa, Hillsborough County, the City of St. Petersburg, and Pinellas County; authorizing HMS Ferries, Inc. to operate a pilot ferry service; providing authority for the Mayor to execute the agreement; and providing an effective date.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:Public Transit, ferry, and FERRY

47.
File No. B2019-2 - (Part 2 of 2) - (See Item 46)

Resolution making certain changes in the budget of the City of Tampa for the fiscal year ending September 30, 2020; approving the transfer, reallocation, and/or appropriation of 150,000 within the Downtown Core CRA Fund.

Tagged Passions:funding, budget, and downtown

48.
File No. B2019-44

No additional detail provided

Resolution approving the execution by the Mayor and attestation by the City Clerk of a Short Term Lease Agreement between the City of Tampa and Metropolitan Ministries, Inc, a Florida Not For Profit Corporation, leasing the use of certain City owned property located at 2609 N. Rome Avenue, Tampa, Florida; providing for an effective date.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:leasing and property

Memorandum Monica Ammann, Manager of the Real Estate Division, requesting that only the resolution be substituted to correct a formatting issue with the signature block. - (To be R/F)

Substitute resolution approving the execution by the Mayor and attestation by the City Clerk of a Short Term Lease Agreement between the City of Tampa and Metropolitan Ministries, Inc, a Florida Not For Profit Corporation, leasing the use of certain City owned property located at 2609 N. Rome Avenue, Tampa, Florida; providing for an effective date.
Tagged Passions:leasing, property, and manager

49.
File No. B2019-53

No additional detail provided

Resolution approving the execution by the Mayor and the attestation by the City Clerk of a License and Hold Harmless Agreement between the City of Tampa, as Licensor, and Lennar Homes, LLC, as Licensee, allowing the use of City-owned property located in the vicinity of South Germer Street and West Tarpon Street, Tampa, Florida, for repair and maintenance of drainage facilities; providing for an effective date.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:streets, property, license, and stormwater

50.
File No. E2017-8 CH 27

No additional detail provided

Resolution approving an Interlocal Agreement between K-Bar Ranch Community Development District, K-Bar Ranch II Community Development District, and the City of Tampa; Authorizing the execution thereof by the Mayor of the City of Tampa; Providing an effective date.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:development, Development, and community development

COMMITTEE REPORTS\CONSENT AGENDA CONTINUED (ITEMS 7 THROUGH 60):

51.
File No. E2019-40

No additional detail provided

Resolution approving the execution by the Mayor and attestation by the City Clerk of four Easement Agreements executed by the Tampa Port Authority in favor of the City of Tampa, for the installation of Water Facilities located in the vicinity of GATX Drive at Hookers Point, Tampa, Florida; Providing an effective date.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:utility, Utility, water, and easement

52.
File No. X2019-955

No additional detail provided

Resolution assessing the costs expended by the City of Tampa, a municipal corporation, for the preparation, demolition and/or removal of certain building(s) and/or structure(s) located in the city after the determination that said buildings or structures satisfied the criteria to demolish and the property owner(s) failed to demolish and/or remove same or failed to do so prior to the city incurring costs; authorizing a certified copy of the resolution to be recorded with the Clerk of the Circuit Court and having the force and effect of a notice of assessment of lien; providing an effective date.

Tagged Passions:legal, property, demolition, and court

53.
File No. X2019-960

No additional detail provided

Resolution assessing the costs expended by the City of Tampa, a municipal corporation, for mowing and/or removing offensive accumulations from certain real property in the city after failure of the interested parties to mow and/or remove the offensive accumulations from such property; authorizing a certified copy of this resolution and exhibit to be recorded with the Clerk of the Circuit Court and having the force and effect of a lien; providing an effective date.

Tagged Passions:legal, property, and court

Transportation Committee (Items 54 through 60) Guido Maniscalco, Chair Orlando Gudes, Vice-Chair John Dingfelder, Alternate

Tagged Passions:transportation

54.
File No. B2019-2

Resolution making certain changes in the budget of the City of Tampa for the fiscal year ending September 30, 2019; approving the transfer, reallocation, and/or appropriation of 100,000 for use by the Transportation and Stormwater Services Department within the Stormwater Service Assessment Fund for operating expenses; providing an effective date.

Tagged Passions:funding, budget, transportation, services, and stormwater

55.
File No. B2019-8

Resolution approving a Third Amendment to Agreement between the Southwest Florida Water Management District and the City of Tampa for Cypress Street Outfall Regional Stormwater Improvements (N773); authorizing execution thereof by the Mayor; providing an effective date.

Tagged Passions:streets, utility, Utility, water, and stormwater

56.
File No. B2019-45

Resolution approving Work Order 5, under Contract 18-D-45705, in the amount of 100,000 to CPH, Inc. for professional services in connection with City-wide Cultural Resources Environmental Services; authorizing issuance of said Work Order by the Contract Administration Department; providing an effective date.

Tagged Passions:contract, services, and environment

57.
File No. B2019-45

Resolution approving Work Order 1, under Contract 18-D-61701, in the amount of 60,000 to Tony Monk Design for professional services in connection with City-wide Landscape Architecture Urban Design Services; authorizing issuance of said Work Order by the Contract Administration Department; providing an effective date.

Tagged Passions:contract, services, and buildings and grounds

COMMITTEE REPORTS\CONSENT AGENDA CONTINUED (ITEMS 7 THROUGH 60):

58.
File No. X2019-968

Resolution approving an Agreement between the City of Tampa and Williams Landscape Management Co., Inc. for the provision of Ditch Mowing and Maintenance Services for the Department of Transportation and Stormwater Services in the estimated amount of 539,001.30; authorizing the Mayor to execute said agreement; providing an effective date.

Tagged Passions:transportation, services, buildings and grounds, and stormwater

59.
File No. X2019-988

No additional detail provided

Resolution approving the bid of J.E.B. Management, Inc. dba Good Neighbor Fence Company for the furnishing of Fence Replacement, Repair and Installation Services for Retention Ponds (Sheltered Market Solicitation) in the estimated amount of 122,049 for use by Transportation and Stormwater Services; authorizing the Director of Purchasing to purchase said property, supplies, materials or services; providing an effective date.

Tagged Passions:rfp, RFP, market, transportation, materials, services, purchasing, property, solicitation, and stormwater

60.
File No. Y2015-32

No additional detail provided

Resolution authorizing the 2nd Amendment to the Agreement between the City of Tampa and Pennoni Associates Inc. regarding Contract 15-D-00014; 43rd Street Outfall Regional Stormwater Improvements Phase 3 - Design; authorizing the Mayor to execute said Amendment on behalf of the City of Tampa; providing for funding thereof; and providing an effective date.

9:30 A.M. - PUBLIC HEARINGS SECOND READING ON PROPOSED ORDINANCES (ITEMS 61 THROUGH 69) (Quasi-judicial proceedings require witness to be sworn in prior to testifying pursuant to Resolution No. 2004-667)
Tagged Passions:funding, ordinance, streets, contract, hearing, and stormwater

61.
File No. AB2-19-15 - (UNAN)

(Ordinance being presented for second reading and adoption) - An ordinance approving a Special Use Permit (S2) for alcoholic beverage sales - small venue (consumption on premises only) and making lawful the sale of beverages regardless of alcoholic content - beer, wine and liquor - on that certain lot, plot or tract of land located at 3008 West Gandy Boulevard, Tampa, Florida, as more particularly described in Section 3; providing that all ordinances or parts of ordinances in conflict are repealed; repealing Ordinance No. 8799-A; providing an effective date. - (Original motion to approve said ordinance on first reading had been initiated by Dingfelder-Maniscalco on July 25, 2019, including that the petitioner has met their burden of proof to provide competent and substantial evidence that the Special Use as conditioned and shown on the site plan meets the general standards of Section 27-129, City of Tampa Code; specifically, that the request is compatible with contiguous and surrounding property; most importantly, that the wet-zoning has been on the premises for decades for 6,000 square feet; also, that the three waivers requested were proven to not be hindering the surrounding properties; further, that the site plan be amended to include the revisions specified by LaChone Dock, Land Development Coordination.) 9:30 A.M. - PUBLIC HEARINGS SECOND READING ON PROPOSED ORDINANCES CONTINUED (ITEMS 61 THROUGH 69) (Quasi-judicial proceedings require witness to be sworn in prior to testifying pursuant to Resolution No. 2004-667)

Tagged Passions:alcohol, ordinance, sale, development, zoning, boating, Development, property, and hearing

62.
File No. AB2-19-16 - (UNAN; Dingfelder absent)

(Ordinance being presented for second reading and adoption) - An ordinance approving a Special Use Permit (S-2) for alcoholic beverage sales - bar/lounge (consumption on premises only) and making lawful the sale of beverages regardless of alcoholic content - beer, wine and liquor - on that certain lot, plot or tract of land located at 2353 East Fowler Avenue, Units 7 and 8, Tampa, Florida, as more particularly described in Section 2; providing that all ordinances or parts of ordinances in conflict are repealed; providing an effective date. - (Original motion to approve said ordinance on first reading had been initiated by Gudes-Miranda on July 25, 2019, including that the site plan be amended to include the revisions specified by LaChone Dock, Land Development Coordination.)

Tagged Passions:alcohol, ordinance, sale, development, boating, and Development

63.
File No. REZ19-43 - (UNAN; Citro absent)

(Ordinance being presented for second reading and adoption) - An ordinance rezoning property in the general vicinity of 2012 North 59th Street, in the City of Tampa, Florida, and more particularly described in Section 1, from zoning district classification(s) RS-50 (residential, single-family) to CI (commercial intensive); providing an effective date. - (Original motion to approve said ordinance on first reading had been initiated by Carlson-Miranda on July 18, 2019, including that the petitioner has met the burden of proof to provide competent and substantial evidence; that the rezoning is consistent with the Tampa Comprehensive Plan; specifically, that the new zoning category is consistent and compatible with the surrounding area based upon the facts that were provided in the staff report and the presentation heard from the petitioner.)

Tagged Passions:ordinance, strategic, zoning, property, and commercial

64.
File No. REZ19-44 - (UNAN; Citro absent)

(Ordinance being presented for second reading and adoption) - An ordinance rezoning property in the general vicinity of 4311 West Fig Street, in the City of Tampa, Florida, and more particularly described in Section 1, from zoning district classification(s) RS-50 (residential, single-family) to RM-18 (residential, multi-family); providing an effective date. - (Original motion to approve said ordinance on first reading had been initiated by Miranda-Dingfelder on July 18, 2019, including that the petitioner has met all competent and substantial evidence according to the rezoning and the application is consistent with the Tampa Comprehensive Plan and City Ordinances.)

Tagged Passions:ordinance, strategic, zoning, and property

65.
File No. REZ19-45 - (UNAN; Citro absent)

(Ordinance being presented for second reading and adoption) - An ordinance rezoning property in the general vicinity of 1327 West North B Street, in the City of Tampa, Florida, and more particularly described in Section 1, from zoning district classification(s) IG (industrial general) to PD (planned development, residential, single-family, detached); providing an effective date. - (Original motion to approve said ordinance on first reading had been initiated by Dingfelder- Miranda on July 18, 201, including that the petitioner has met its burden of proof and provided competent and substantial evidence; that the development shown on the site plan is consistent with the Tampa Comprehensive Plan and City Code; specifically, that the IG use would not allow residential structure and a PD is the only way to proceed; also, that the proposed development will promote efficient and sustainable use of land and infrastructure allowing integration of different land uses in this area; further, that the site plan be amended to include the revisions specified by Mary Samaniego, Land Development Coordination.) 9:30 A.M. - PUBLIC HEARINGS SECOND READING ON PROPOSED ORDINANCES CONTINUED (ITEMS 61 THROUGH 69) (Quasi-judicial proceedings require witness to be sworn in prior to testifying pursuant to Resolution No. 2004-667)

Tagged Passions:ordinance, strategic, development, industrial, zoning, Development, property, and hearing

66.
File No. REZ19-46 - (UNAN; Citro absent)

(Ordinance being presented for second reading and adoption) - An ordinance rezoning property in the general vicinity of 2002 North 49th Street, in the City of Tampa, Florida, and more particularly described in Section 1, from zoning district classification(s) RM-16 (residential, multi-family) to CI (commercial intensive); providing an effective date. - (Original motion to approve said ordinance on first reading had been initiated by Maniscalco-Gudes on July 18, 2019, including that the petitioner has met the burden of proof and provided all competent and substantial evidence; that the development as shown is consistent with the Tampa Comprehensive Plan and City Code; with the Planning Commission and City staff both finding it consistent.)

Tagged Passions:planning, ordinance, strategic, boards and commissions, development, zoning, Development, property, and commercial

67.
File No. REZ19-47 - (UNAN; Citro absent)

(Ordinance being presented for second reading and adoption) - An ordinance rezoning property in the general vicinity of 3814, 3831 and 3914 North 29th Street, 2631 East 32nd Avenue, 2616, 2618, 2621, 2901 and 2902 East 33rd Avenue, 2613, 2902, 2909, 2911, 2913, 2915, 2917 and 2919 Lindell Avenue and 2915 East Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard, in the City of Tampa, Florida, and more particularly described in Section 1, from zoning district classification(s) PD (planned development, place of religious assembly) to PD (planned development, place of religious assembly); providing an effective date.- (Original motion to approve said ordinance on first reading had been initiated by Carlson-Maniscalco on July 18, 2019, including that the site plan be amended to include the revisions specified by Mary Samaniego, Land Development Coordination.)

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

68.
File No. REZ19-48 - (UNAN; Citro absent)

(Ordinance being presented for second reading and adoption) - An ordinance rezoning property in the general vicinity of 5401 North Rome Avenue and 1526 West Mohawk Avenue, in the City of Tampa, Florida, and more particularly described in Section 1, from zoning district classification(s) RS-50 (residential, single-family) and PD (planned development) to CG (commercial general); providing an effective date. - (Original motion to approve said ordinance on first reading had been initiated by Gudes-Maniscalco on July 18, 2019, including that the petition has met its burden of proof and provided competent and substantial evidence; and further, that the rezoning is consistent with the Tampa Comprehensive Plan.)

Tagged Passions:ordinance, strategic, development, zoning, Development, property, and commercial

69.
File No. REZ19-54 - (UNAN; Citro absent)

(Ordinance being presented for second reading and adoption) - An ordinance rezoning property in the general vicinity of 405 South Westland Avenue, in the City of Tampa, Florida, and more particularly described in Section 1, from zoning district classification(s) RM-16 (residential, multi-family) to PD (planned development, residential, multi-family); providing an effective date. - (Original motion to approve said ordinance on first reading had been initiated by Miranda-Maniscalco on July 18, 2019, including that the petitioner has met the burden of proof providing all competent evidence; including the address information given to the Fire Department to help them locate the addresses, and the parking waiver of one; further, that the site plan be amended to include the revisions specified by Mary Samaniego, Land Development Coordination.) 9:30 A.M. - PUBLIC HEARINGS - (ITEMS 70 THROUGH 74) - (NON QUASI-JUDICIAL PROCEEDINGS)

Tagged Passions:ordinance, development, fire departments and districts, zoning, Development, property, hearing, and parking

70.
File No. E2019-8 CH 21

No additional detail provided

Public hearing to adopt the Stormwater Capital Improvement Assessment Roll for the Central and Lower Basin Improvement Area within the incorporated boundaries of the City of Tampa for the purpose of paying for the provision of Stormwater Capital Improvement Projects in said area. - (Resolution to be adopted before the public hearing is closed.)

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:capital spending, Capital Spending, hearing, and stormwater

Resolution of the City of Tampa, Florida, relating to the construction and funding of Stormwater Improvements by the City's Stormwater utility; continuing imposition of Stormwater Improvement Assessments against certain real property within the Central and Lower Basin Improvement area; approving the Stormwater roll; establishing the lien associated therewith; directing that the Stormwater Roll be certified to the Hillsborough County Tax Collector; and providing an effective date

Tagged Passions:funding, construction, taxes, Taxes, utility, Utility, property, and stormwater

Memorandum from Joan Greco, Department of Transportation Stormwater Services/Stormwater Engineering Services, transmitting the CD containing the Stormwater Service Assessment Roll, which is available for review in the Office of the City Clerk. - (To be R/F)

Tagged Passions:transportation, services, and stormwater

71.
File No. E2019-8 CH 21

No additional detail provided

Public hearing to adopt the Annual Stormwater Service Assessment within the incorporated boundaries of the City of Tampa for the purpose of paying for the provision of Stormwater Management Services in said area. - (Resolution to be adopted before the public hearing is closed.)

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:services, hearing, and stormwater

Resolution of the City of Tampa, Florida, relating to the provision of Stormwater management services provided by the City's Stormwater utility; imposing stormwater charges against developed property located in the stormwater service area for the fiscal year beginning October 1, 2019; approving the Stormwater Roll; directing that the Stormwater Roll be certified to the Hillsborough County Tax Collector; and providing an effective date

Tagged Passions:taxes, Taxes, utility, Utility, services, property, and stormwater

Memorandum from Joan Greco, Department of Transportation Stormwater Services/Stormwater Engineering Services, transmitting the CD containing the Stormwater Service Assessment Roll, which is available for review in the Office of the City Clerk. - (To be R/F)

9:30 A.M. - PUBLIC HEARINGS CONTINUED - (ITEMS 70 THROUGH 74) - (NON QUASI-JUDICIAL PROCEEDINGS)
Tagged Passions:transportation, services, hearing, and stormwater

72.
File No. E2019-8 CH 24

No additional detail provided

Public hearing to consider the adoption of non-ad valorem assessment roll for a non-ad valorem assessment within the Downtown Area of the City of Tampa for the purpose of paying for the provision of certain enhanced services in said area, including, but not limited to, safety, maintenance, marketing, beautification, transportation and related administrative costs. - (Resolution to be adopted before the public hearing is closed.)

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:market, downtown, transportation, services, hearing, and ad valorem

Resolution of the City of Tampa, Florida, adopting a non-ad valorem assessment roll for a non-ad valorem assessment within the Downtown Special Services District of the City of Tampa as described herein, for the purpose of paying for the provision of certain enhanced services in said area including, but not limited to marketing and business development, safety, maintenance, transportation and planning, beautification and urban design; specifying the unit of measurement and the amount of said assessment; specifying the number of years said assessment is to be levied; providing for annual approval and adjustments to the amount and unit of measurement of the assessment; specifying the services and administrative costs relating thereto to be paid from said assessment; making findings; authorizing and directing the Chair of the City Council to certify said assessment roll to the Hillsborough County Tax Collector; providing an effective date.

Resolution approving a Downtown Special Assessment Services Agreement between the City of Tampa and the Tampa Downtown Partnership, Inc., regarding a non-ad valorem assessment within an area of the City known as the Downtown Special Services District (Downtown), for the provision of certain improvements and services within said area; authorizing the execution thereof by the Mayor of the City of Tampa; providing an effective date.
Tagged Passions:planning, business, council, market, taxes, Taxes, development, downtown, transportation, services, Development, and ad valorem

Letter from Lynda Remund, President and CEO of the Tampa Downtown Partnership, certifying the accuracy of the 2019 (Fiscal Year 2020) assessment roll. - (To be R/F)

Tagged Passions:downtown

73.
File No. E2019-8 CH 24

No additional detail provided

Public hearing to consider the adoption of a non-ad valorem assessment roll for a non-ad valorem assessment within the Downtown and Ybor City areas of the City of Tampa for the purpose of paying a portion of the operating costs of the Tampa-Ybor Historic Electric Streetcar Project. - (Resolution to be adopted before the public hearing is closed.)

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:historic, downtown, Public Transit, electric, hearing, and ad valorem

Resolution of the City of Tampa, Florida, adopting a non-ad valorem assessment roll for a non-ad valorem assessment within the Downtown and Ybor City areas of the City of Tampa as described herein, for the purpose of paying a portion of the operating costs of the Tampa-Ybor Historic Electric Streetcar Project; specifying the unit of measurement and the amount of said assessment; specifying the number of years said assessment is to be levied; providing for annual approval and adjustments to the amount and unit of measurement of the assessment; specifying the services and operating costs relating thereto to be paid from said assessment; making findings; authorizing and directing the Chair of the City Council to certify said assessment roll to the Hillsborough County Tax Collector; providing an effective date

9:30 A.M. - PUBLIC HEARINGS CONTINUED - (ITEMS 70 THROUGH 74) - (NON QUASI-JUDICIAL PROCEEDINGS)
Tagged Passions:council, taxes, Taxes, historic, downtown, Public Transit, services, electric, hearing, and ad valorem

74.
File No. E2019-8 CH 24

No additional detail provided

Public hearing to consider the adoption of non-ad valorem assessment roll for a non-ad valorem assessment within the Westshore Area of the City of Tampa for the purpose of paying for the provision of certain enhanced services in said area, including, but not limited to, transportation, marketing, safety, and related administrative costs. - (Resolution to be adopted before the public hearing is closed.)

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:market, transportation, services, hearing, and ad valorem

Resolution of the City of Tampa, Florida, adopting a non-ad valorem assessment roll for a non-ad valorem assessment within the Westshore Special Services District of the City of Tampa as described herein, for the purpose of paying for the provision of certain enhanced services in said area including transportation improvements, marketing, and security services; specifying the unit of measurement and the amount of said assessment; specifying the number of years said assessment is to be levied; providing for annual approval and adjustments to the amount and unit of measurement of the assessment; specifying the services and administrative costs to be paid from said assessment; making findings; authorizing and directing the Chair of the City Council to certify said assessment roll to the Hillsborough County Tax Collector; providing an effective date.

Resolution approving a Westshore Special Assessment Services Agreement between the City of Tampa and the Westshore Alliance, Inc., regarding a non-ad valorem assessment within an area of the City known as the Westshore Special Service District (Westshore); for the provision of certain improvements and services within said area; authorizing the execution thereof by the Mayor of the City of Tampa; providing an effective date.
Tagged Passions:council, market, taxes, Taxes, security, transportation, services, and ad valorem

Letter from Ann Kulig, Executive Director/Westshore Alliance, attesting that notice was sent by first class mail and postmarked July 25, 2019. - (To be R/F)

10:30 A.M. - PUBLIC HEARINGS [INCLUDING REVIEW HEARINGS] - (ITEMS 75 THROUGH 79) - (Quasi-judicial proceedings require witness to be sworn in prior to testifying pursuant to Resolution No. 2004-667)
Tagged Passions:hearing

75.
File No. VAC19-06

Continued public hearing from June 27, 2019 on application of Jason Accardi requesting to vacate an alleyway generally located at 608 N. Nebraska Avenue. - (Continued from March 7, 2019) - (Continued from April 18, 2019.) - (Continued from May 16, 2019.) (Ordinance being presented for first reading consideration) - An ordinance vacating, closing, discontinuing and abandoning certain right-of-way/portion of alleyway lying south of Zack Street, north of Twiggs Street, east of Jefferson Street, and west of Nebraska Avenue in the City of Tampa, Hillsborough County, Florida, the same being more fully described in Section 1 hereof, subject to certain easement reservation(s), covenants, conditions and restrictions more particularly set forth herein; providing an effective date. 10:30 A.M. - PUBLIC HEARINGS [INCLUDING REVIEW HEARINGS] CONTINUED - (ITEMS 75 THROUGH 79) - (Quasi-judicial proceedings require witness to be sworn in prior to testifying pursuant to Resolution No. 2004-667)

Tagged Passions:ordinance, streets, hearing, and easement

76.
File No. E2018-8 CH 27

No additional detail provided

Public hearing regarding a request for relief petition relating to the review of the recommendation of Scott I. Steady, Special Magistrate, pertaining to the request for relief petition that had been filed pursuant to Florida Statutes Section 70.51 for the property located at 5816 Bayshore Boulevard.

Tagged Passions:streets, property, and hearing

77.
File No. E2019-8 CH 27

No additional detail provided

Review hearing on petition for review filed by M. Angela Brittain regarding a decision of the Zoning Administrator, SU1-19-08, pertaining to property at 408 W. Louisiana Avenue.

Tagged Passions:zoning, property, hearing, and administrator

78.
File No. E2019-8 CH 27

No additional detail provided

Review hearing on petition for review filed by Lynn Elliott Rydene regarding a decision of the Variance Review Board, VRB19-28, pertaining to property at 3605 W. Platt Street. - (Rescheduled from May 16, 2019 and June 6, 2019.)

Lynn Elliott Rydene, applicant, transmitting a limited power of attorney appointing Stephen Michelini to act as our/my agent. - (To be R/F)
Tagged Passions:legal, streets, appointments, property, and hearing

79.
File No. E2019-8 CH 27

Continued review hearing from June 27, 2019 on petition for review filed by Perry Sullivan, III regarding a decision of the Variance Review Board, VRB19-33, pertaining to property at 7216 S. Juanita Street.

Tagged Passions:streets, property, and hearing

ITEMS REMOVED FROM CONSENT AGENDA (IF ANY):

STAFF REPORTS AND UNFINISHED BUSINESS - (ITEMS 80 THROUGH 88) - (UP TO FIVE [5] MINUTES PER AGENDA ITEM)

Tagged Passions:business

80.
File No. Y2019-31 - (Placed under Staff Reports and Unfinished Business pursuant to motion adopted by City Council)

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:business and council

Resolution accepting the proposal of JVS Contracting, Inc. pertaining to Contract 18-C-00009; 43rd Street Outfall Regional Stormwater Improvements, in the amount of 7,236,075; authorizing the execution of the Contract by the Mayor of the City of Tampa; providing an effective date.

Tagged Passions:streets, contract, and stormwater

81.
File No. E2019-8 CH 8

Staff to appear and provide a report pertaining to the protocol and policies of when bodies are discovered, as land projects are being developed, and the moral rights that follows; in addition, determine whether or not the bodies that are buried in the Zion cemetery are in its original locations; further, that a representative from Tampa Housing Authority to appear and discuss said matter. - (Original motion initiated by Gudes-Dingfelder on June 27, 2019.)

Tagged Passions:housing

STAFF REPORTS AND UNFINISHED BUSINESS CONTINUED- (ITEMS 80 THROUGH 88) - (UP TO FIVE [5] MINUTES PER AGENDA ITEM)

Tagged Passions:business

82.
File No. E2019-8 CH 13

Staff to appear and discuss the tree matrix and the limitation of replacement of trees in the Downtown Area or any other relevant urbanizing area and to also consider some alternatives; and further, to also discuss who is responsible for trimming/cutting trees that grow into the cable and power lines; and how the citizens obtain responsive, corrective action for these trees. - (Original motion initiated by Dingfelder-Maniscalco on July 18, 2019.)

Tagged Passions:downtown and trees

83.
File No. E2019-8 CH 16

Parks and Recreation Department Staff to appear and provide an update regarding where the Parks and Recreation Department is at on the Angus R. Goss Pool and the Baldomero Lopez Pool issues in terms of studying the pools; cost estimates; and possible budget opportunities for this year. - (Original motion initiated by Dingfelder-Gudes on June 6, 2019.)

Tagged Passions:budget, parks, and recreation

84.
File No. E2019-8 CH 26

Staff to appear and provide an update regarding the possibility of impact fees or any similar measures as related to the City's Utility Program. - (Original motion initiated by Dingfelder-Gudes on June 6, 2019.)

Tagged Passions:utility, Utility, and program

85.
File No. E2019-8 CH 26

No additional detail provided

Brad Baird, Administrator of Public Works and Utility Services, and Chuck Weber, Director of the Water Department, to appear and provide an update on the Utility Management System (UMS Project). - (Original motion initiated by Dingfelder-Gudes on July 18, 2019.)

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:utility, Utility, services, water, Public Works, public works, and administrator

Memorandum from Chuck Weber, Director of the Water Department, providing a report as a fulfillment of the request to appear before Council. - (To be R/F)

Tagged Passions:council, utility, Utility, and water

86.
File No. E2019-8 CH 27

City Staff and the Legal Department to appear and provide Council with options in regards to protecting and preservation of historic structures that are not within historic districts, including cigar factories. - (Original motion initiated by Dingfelder-Maniscalco on August 1, 2019.)

Tagged Passions:council, legal, historic, preservation, and tobacco

87.
File No. E2019-48

No additional detail provided

Legal Department requested to prepare and provide a report on the proposal to consider a Community Benefit Ordinance for the City of Tampa. - (Original motion initiated by Gudes-Maniscalco on June 20, 2019.)

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:ordinance and legal

88.
File No. E2019-48

Construction Services and the Legal Department to appear and provide a report regarding the request to craft a staff report regarding permitting and site inspection procedures for demolition sites, as it applies to both private and City contractors; further, that the report specifically addresses the following: a) how and when surrounding citizens are notified of demolition in the area; b) how the City ensures the usage of proper safety equipment, such as masks, goggles, and hard hats; and c) how the City ensures adequate water accessibility and usage at a demolition site. - (Original motion initiated by Gudes-Carlson on July 18, 2019.) - (Continued from August 1, 2019.)

Tagged Passions:construction, equipment, legal, sites, utility, Utility, procedure, services, water, and demolition

INFORMATION REPORTS AND NEW BUSINESS BY COUNCIL MEMBERS:

Tagged Passions:business and council

MOTION TO RECEIVE AND FILE ALL DOCUMENTS:

GENERAL PUBLIC COMMENT: FINAL ADJOURNMENT:

MARK YOUR CALENDARS

DUE TO UPCOMING HOLIDAYS, SUBMISSION DEADLINES FOR AGENDA ITEMS IN THE OFFICE OF THE CITY CLERK:

Monday: Nov. 25th, 2019 @ 2:00 p.m. FOR THURSDAY: Dec. 5th, 2019 @ 9:00 a.m.
Tagged Passions:holiday

Friday: Jan. 3rd, 2020 @ 2:00 p.m. FOR THURSDAY: Jan. 16th, 2020 @ 9:00 a.m.

CANCELLATION OF THE FOLLOWING CITY COUNCIL SESSIONS DUE TO CITY COUNCIL BEING ON VACATION AND UPCOMING HOLIDAYS:

Thursday: Nov. 28th, 2019 @ 9:00 a.m. (Thanksgiving Holiday) Thursday: Dec. 26th, 2019 @ 9:00 a.m. (Councils Winter Vacation) Thursday: Jan. 2nd, 2020 @ 9:00 a.m. (Councils Winter Vacation) UPCOMING WORKSHOP SESSIONS OF COUNCIL: Thursday: Aug. 29th, 2019 @ 9:00 a.m. Thursday: Sept. 26th, 2019 @ 9:00 a.m. Thursday: Oct. 24th, 2019 @ 9:00 a.m. Thursday: Jan. 30th, 2020 @ 9:00 a.m. Thursday: Feb. 27th, 2020 @ 9:00 a.m. Thursday: Mar. 26th, 2020 @ 9:00 a.m. Thursday: Apr. 23rd, 2020 @ 9:00 a.m. UPCOMING EVENING SESSIONS OF COUNCIL: Thursday: Aug. 29th, 2019 @ 6:00 p.m. Thursday: Sept. 5th, 2019 @ 6:00 p.m. Thursday: Sept. 12th, 2019 @ 5:01 p.m. Thursday: Sept. 26th, 2019 @ 5:01 p.m. Thursday: Oct. 10th, 2019 @ 6:00 p.m. Thursday: Oct. 24th, 2019 @ 6:00 p.m. Thursday: Nov. 14th, 2019 @ 6:00 p.m. Thursday: Dec. 12th, 2019 @ 6:00 p.m. Thursday: Jan. 16th, 2020 @ 6:00 p.m. Thursday: Jan. 30st, 2020 @ 6:00 p.m. Thursday: Feb. 13th, 2020 @ 6:00 p.m. Thursday: Feb. 27th, 2020 @ 6:00 p.m. Thursday: Mar. 12th, 2020 @ 6:00 p.m. Thursday: Mar. 26th, 2020 @ 6:00 p.m. Thursday: Apr. 9th, 2020 @ 6:00 p.m. Thursday: Apr. 23rd, 2020 @ 6:00 p.m.
Tagged Passions:council and holiday

COMMUNITY REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY (CRA) MEETINGS:

The meetings of the Community Redevelopment Agency (CRA) will be held on the second Thursday of each month at 9:00 a.m. in the City Council Chambers with the exceptions notated below: Thursday: Sept. 12th, 2019 @ 9:00 a.m. Thursday: Oct. 10th, 2019 @ 9:00 a.m. Thursday: Nov. 14th, 2019 @ 9:00 a.m. Thursday: Dec. 12th, 2019 @ 9:00 a.m. Thursday: Jan. 16th, 2020 @ 9:00 a.m. Thursday: Feb. 13th, 2020 @ 9:00 a.m. Thursday: Mar. 12th, 2020 @ 9:00 a.m. Thursday: Apr. 9th, 2020 @ 9:00 a.m. COUNCIL AND CRA INFORMATION ELECTRONIC MEDIA PRESENTATIONS BEFORE CITY COUNCIL Pursuant to Rule 7(I) of Councils Rules of Procedure, persons requesting to use electronic media for presentation to City Council are required to notify the Chair, the City Clerks office and the City of Tampa Cable Communication Department (CTTV) at least forty-eight (48) hours in advance. The electronic media must be delivered to CTTV at least forty-eight (48) hours prior to broadcast. COUNCIL AND CRA MEETINGS

Tagged Passions:procedure, communications, and Communications

All Council and CRA sessions are open to the public. Additional meetings may be scheduled by Council or by the CRA.

CTTV VIEWINGS: Regular Meetings: (LIVE) Thursdays at 9:00 a.m. (REPLAYED) Thursdays at 6:00 p.m., Saturdays at1:00 p.m., Wednesday at 8:30 a.m. and Thursday through Monday nights at midnight. Evening Meetings: (REPLAYED) Sundays at 8:00 a.m. and Tuesday and Wednesday nights at midnight.

Tagged Passions:council

CTTV is located on Channel 640 [Bright House Networks] and on Channel 15 [Verizon].

AGENDA AVAILABILITY Council and CRA draft/final/action agendas are prepared for each Council and CRA meeting and are available to the public in the Office of the City Clerk and are available on the Sire Agenda Plus Repository on the City of Tampas website via the following link:
Tagged Passions:council, Telecommunications, and telecommunications

http://atg.tampagov.net//SIREPUB/MEETRESULTS.ASPX

Council Draft agendas for the regular sessions held on the 1st and 3rd Thursdays of each month are available at 4:00 p.m. on the Friday prior to the regular session.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:council

CRA Draft Agenda for the regular session held on the 2nd Thursday of each month are available at 4:00 p.m. on the Friday prior to the regular session.

No additional detail provided

Council Draft agendas for the evening sessions held on the 2nd Thursday of each month are available at 1:00 p.m. on Monday, eight working days prior to the meeting.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:council

Council Draft agenda for the workshop session held on the 4th Thursdays of each month are available at 4:00 p.m. on the Friday prior to the regular session.

PUBLIC COMMENT FOR REGULAR SESSIONS OF COUNCIL Pursuant to Rule 3(B)(5) of Councils Rules of Procedure, thirty (30) minutes shall be allotted for Public Comment at the regular sessions of Council, with each person permitted to speak on any matters not scheduled for a public hearing. Preference shall be given to speakers wishing to address items on the agenda. Those speakers remaining after the allotted time shall have the opportunity to address City Council at the end of the meeting.

Tagged Passions:council, procedure, and hearing

Members of the public may address Council for three (3) minutes regarding any matter not scheduled for a public hearing during the Public Comment section on the agenda for the regular sessions of Council. The speaker shall first identify the item and restrict all comments to matters relevant to that item. Comments not relevant shall be ruled out of order by the Chair and continued irrelevant comments shall result in the speaker being denied further audience time. The public may also address Council for three (3) minutes regarding any matter during the General Public Comment section at the end of

the regular session of Council. When addressing Council, state your name and address. Please observe the time limit. The Chair shall rule out of order any member of the public who shall speak out of order or who shall not address Council/CRA from the podium or other established speaker area. The Chairman shall also rule out of order any person who, in the Chair's determination, is making obscene, profane, impertinent, irrelevant, immaterial inflammatory statements or inciting violence or fighting. No member of the audience shall, during a Council Meeting, make or cause to be made any audible or disruptive sound or noise. All persons shall at all times conduct themselves in accordance with these rules and failing such shall be removed from the Council Chamber. In the event of such removal such person shall not thereafter be readmitted to the Council Chamber or the Council Lobby during the same meeting. ALL MEETINGS ARE OPEN TO THE GENERAL PUBLIC All persons attending the meeting are subject to search- Weapons are prohibited. Chapter 790.06 (12) Florida Statutes prohibits the possession of firearms or other dangerous weapons in a municipal government meeting by all persons not specifically authorized by Florida Statute. Conviction carries penalties of up to Five (5) years imprisonment and a 5,000 fine. Pursuant to Rule 5 (G) of the Councils Rules of Procedure, which reads as follows: No weapons or objects that may be used as weapons shall be allowed in the Council Chambers. Persons, bags, packages and parcels entering Council Chambers are subject to search. PUBLIC HEARING SPEAKER'S WAIVER FORM
Tagged Passions:gun control, procedure, events, property, hearing, Gun Control, and noise

Only during public hearings, individuals in the audience may designate a spokesperson to speak on their behalf, thereby relinquishing their speaking time to the designated spokesperson on the public hearing agenda item for which designation was made. A speaker's waiver form must be filled out and signed by individuals in the audience and presented to Council at the time that s/he appears before Council. Speaking time is one minute per name up to a maximum of 10 minutes.

CONSENT AGENDA The COMMITTEE portion of the agenda is known as the CONSENT Agenda. It is an effective procedure used by Council to handle routine items expeditiously. Each Councilmember is assigned a committee and reviews all items prior to the meeting. Committee items are adopted by one motion unless a member of the public or a Councilmember wishes to address a particular item. In such cases, the item will be pulled from the consent agenda and considered separately.
Tagged Passions:council, procedure, and hearing

CANCELLATION OF A NOTICED, SCHEDULED HEARING

There are times when a noticed, scheduled hearing will not be heard due to the petition not being perfected. You may call the Office of the City Clerk anytime four days prior to the hearing to confirm that the hearing will be held. COUNCIL/CRA CALENDAR The Council/CRA Calendar is updated by the Office of the City Clerk after the action agenda(s) has been finalized and printed. Items placed on the Council/CRA Calendar are the regular, evening, and workshop sessions scheduled by Council and the regular sessions of the CRA. Also listed on the Council/CRA Calendar are any special sessions of the CRA and any special sessions of Council such as public hearings, workshops, presentations, items scheduled for a time certain, and any cancelled sessions. Also listed on the Council/CRA Calendar are any Standing Committee meetings, Special Discussion meetings or any special meetings that the Council must attend as a group. The updated Council/CRA Calendars are posted on the bulletin board in the main lobby of Old City Hall and are also available on the Sire Agenda Plus Repository on the City of Tampas website via the following link:
Tagged Passions:council and hearing

http://atg.tampagov.net//SIREPUB/MEETRESULTS.ASPX

ADA INFORMATION
Tagged Passions:disability

ADA REQUIREMENTS IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT (ADA) AND SECTION 286.26, FLORIDA STATUTES, PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES NEEDING SPECIAL ACCOMMODATIONS TO PARTICIPATE IN THIS PUBLIC HEARING OR MEETING SHOULD CONTACT THE CITY OF TAMPAS ADA COORDINATOR AT LEAST FORTY-EIGHT (48) HOURS PRIOR TO THE DATE OF THE PUBLIC HEARING OR MEETING: A) BY PHONE AT (813) 274-3964; B) BY E-MAIL AT TAMPAADA@TAMPAGOV.NET; C) THE INSTRUCTIONS PROVIDED ON THE CITY OF TAMPAS WEBSITE AT HTTPS://WWW.TAMPAGOV.NET/ABOUT-US/TAMPAGOV/ACCESSIBILITY OR: D) THE CITY OF TAMPAS ONLINE CUSTOMER SERVICE CENTER AT HTTPS://APPS.TAMPAGOV.NET/APPL_CUSTOMER_SERVICE_CENTER/ USING THE ADA ACCOMMODATION REQUEST SERVICE.

Applicants, Petitioners, Respondents, Parties, Violators, and those receiving mailed notice who require an interpreter to participate in this public hearing or meeting should go to the following City webpage to request an interpreter: https://www.tampagov.net/interpreter-service Los Solicitantes, los Peticionarios, los Enquestados, las Partes, los Infractores y los que reciben un aviso por correo que requieren un intrprete para participar en esta audiencia o reunin pblica deben ir a la siguiente pgina web de la Ciudad para solicitar un intrprete: https://www.tampagov.net/interpreter-service PARKING FACILITIES IN THE VICINITY OF CITY HALL Fort Brooke has approximately 600 spaces dedicated for hourly parking. This facility is located between Florida/Franklin and Washington/Cumberland. Entrance to the hourly side is off Whiting Street (the north module). The fee for parking is 1.60 per hour with a maximum of 9.50 for the day. Please be advised that all parking meters located on Kennedy Boulevard and south to include Whiting Street are currently enforceable until 8:00 PM and all parking meters south of Whiting Street are currently enforceable until 12:00 AM, seven days per week. Parking meters located north of Kennedy Boulevard are not currently enforceable after 6:00 PM. City Hall can be accessed by transit utilizing the Hillsborough Area Regional Transit Authority (HART). Copy the link below to use their trip planner for the best route from your location. Bike racks are available on the west side of the building: http://www.gohart.org/routes/plan/tripplanner.html DEPARTMENTAL CONTACTS FOR ASSISTANCE Scheduling procedures: Office of the City Clerk E-Mail: ctyclerk@tampagov.net

Tagged Passions:facility, streets, disability, Public Transit, procedure, hearing, Bicycles, instruction, parking, and bicycles

Phone: 274-8397

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Fax: 274-8306

Land Uses, Alcoholic Beverage Permits, or Zoning Categories: Land Development Coordination

Tagged Passions:alcohol, development, zoning, and Development

Phone: 274-3100 (Select Option 2)

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Closure/Vacating Petitions: Right-of-Way/Mapping

Phone: 274-3100 (Select Option 2)

Plan Amendments: Planning Commission

Tagged Passions:planning and boards and commissions

Phone: 272-5940.

Video tapes of City Council Meetings: Office of Cable Communications

Tagged Passions:council, communications, and Communications

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