* The contract is for engineering services to develop watershed management plan for the South Creek Watershed. * The project is critical for
determining and prioritizing capital improvement projects for the respective watershed. * The award is recommended to the number one ranked firm Geosyntec Consultants, Inc. in the negotiated amount of 456,218.40.
* This contract is utilized for repair, rehabilitation, and replacement of potable and reclaimed water pipe at various locations throughout the
County. * One bid submittal was received with award recommended to the sole responsive responsible bid Rowland Inc. (Rowland) in the amount of 4,315,619.80. * Responses received for the low bid submittal were current project backlogs and the length of commitment required for this engagement * Rowland has exceeded the Small Business Enterprise goal of five percent (5 ) and will subcontract over 800,000.00 (over 19 ) to local small businesses. * All work is expected to be completed within 730 consecutive calendar days.
* Runway 18-36 is PIE's primary runway and is in need of asphalt pavement rehabilitation as a result of indications of pavement failures such as
weathering and cracking. * PIE is committing its FAA entitlement funding for Fiscal Year (FY) 2019 and FY20 in the amount of 8,161,816.00 and seeking 11,584,528.00 in FAA discretionary funding to fund this runway rehabilitation project. * PIE will also be committing approximately 3.4M from its Capital Improvement Plan budget to pay for construction management services and owner's contingency costs.
* This project consists of design and construction of Airport Runway 18-36 and Runway 4 extension. * Two bids were received with award recommendation
to the lowest, responsive responsible bidder, Ajax Paving Industries of Florida, LLC, (Ajax) in the amount of 22,565,120.10. * All work is expected to be completed within 448 consecutive calendar days. * Ajax will subcontract over 1,000,000.00 to Small Business Enterprise qualified firms.
* Funding of legal aid services is a required court-related program that provides assistance to those with household incomes that do not exceed 150
of the Federal Poverty Guidelines. * Gulfcoast Legal Services functions as the lead agency and shares funding with Bay Area Legal Services and the Community Law program. * The amount of the agreement is 379,430.00 with an estimation of 253,735.00 to be collected from court fees.
Recommendation: Approval of the Alcohol and Drug Abuse Trust Fund (Trust Fund) service funding agreement with seven agencies in accordance with the
recommendations of the Substance Abuse Advisory Board. * The Trust Fund provides funding to non-profit agencies for non-recurring expenditures such as equipment or renovations. * Annual funding is available through assessments of court fees for alcohol-and drug-related charges. * The Fiscal Year 2020 Trust Fund provides 53,000.00 in funding to seven non-profit agencies serving Pinellas County.
* CABHI provides evidence-based mental health and substance use treatment to individuals that have experienced chronic homelessness, have been
recently housed, and have a serious mental illness, emotional disturbance, substance use, or co-occurring diagnosis. CABHI staff utilize engagement strategies to build relationships with clients and provide services to help clients maintain housing. * The Agreements total 683,520.00 for Fiscal Year (FY) 2020, effective October 1, 2019 - September 30, 2020. This is the First Renewal and First Amendment to the CABHI funding agreements. * The Board of County Commissioners approved the original CABHI funding agreements as follows: Operation PAR on November 23, 2016, Westcare and Directions on December 12, 2016. * CABHI was funded via federal grant in FY17-19 and was approved as a decision package funded by the General Fund for FY20.
* This Renewal provides home health services for authorized PCHP/HCH clients to aid in stabilizing health and recovery. * Funding in an amount not to
exceed 550,000.00 has been included in the Human Services' proposed General Fund appropriation for Fiscal Year 2020. * On September 13, 2018, the Board of County Commissioners approved the original agreement with BayCare Home Care to provide home health services which include durable medical equipment, home health services, oxygen, outpatient rehabilitation services, wound care, infusion therapy, and orthotics and prosthetics at agreed upon discounted rates.
* The Renewal is part of the Social Action Funding program and provides funding for food/nutritional services for an aging population. * The Social
Action Funding recommendations were approved by the Board of County Commissioners (Board) on June 21, 2016. * The Fourth Amendment continues to support the funding increase of 200,000.00 to Neighborly approved by the Board in Fiscal Year 2019 as a recurring item within Human Services' annual budget for home delivered meals for seniors. * The total not-to-exceed amount is 296,000.00, beginning October 1, 2019, and expiring on September 30, 2020.
* This Agreement provides free, confidential, multi-lingual, 24-hour access to community information, services and resources. * Funding in an amount
not to exceed 536,250.00 annually has been included in the Human Services' fiscal year Budget Request. * This Agreement is effective beginning October 1, 2019, and expires on September 30, 2022. This agreement contains 2 one-year options of renewal.
* This Renewal continues funding for the CSU and PICA. The PEMHS CSU is the only licensed public receiving crisis unit in Pinellas County and PICA is
an integrated case management pilot that leverages community resources to connect clients to appropriate services. * Funding in an amount not to exceed 2,193,066.00 has been included in the Fiscal Year 2020 Proposed Budget for this purpose. CSU funding not to exceed 1,693,066.00. PICA funding not to exceed 500,000.00 * The Board of County Commissioners approved this original agreement on August 18, 2015, the First Amendment and First Renewal on June 5, 2018, (18-285A), and the Second Amendment on November 20, 2018, 18-809D.
* The ad valorem tax exemption is for a historic property for a period of ten years at 100 of the value of qualifying improvements, beginning on
January 1, 2019 and ending on December 31, 2028. * On July 11, 2019, St. Petersburg City Council approved by Resolution No. 2019-345 the request for the city ad valorem tax exemption. * The annual estimated tax savings to the property owner is 795.00 based on City analysis.
* The continuation of this contract will extend the efforts of the Public Works Department to improve sidewalks throughout the County by removing
trip hazards and repairing uneven sidewalks; this process saves significant time and expenditure as compared to sidewalk replacement. * This contract repairs sidewalks in compliance with American Disabilities Act and the Occupational Safety and Health Administration. * Pricing, terms and conditions per Panhandle Area Educational Consortium Cooperative contract 16-08.
* The Pass-a-Grille Beach region of the Long Key Segment is tentatively scheduled to be nourished in 2021 at a total cost of 5,016,000.00 with the
County share projected at 940,500.00. * The Board annually collects and allocates approximately 5,000,000.00 in Tourist Development Tax funds for beach nourishment projects, at least 940,500.00 of which is available to fund the County share for the scheduled 2021 Pass-a-Grille Beach nourishment. * The most recent nourishment to this project area was in 2014.
* Interlocal Agreement transfers the operation and maintenance responsibilities of various road segments on Lillian Avenue from Klosterman Road to
Curlew Place and Earl Street from West Terminus to Lillian Avenue to the City. * Transfer includes maintenance responsibilities for stormwater facilities. * County to provide City a one-time payment of 36,250.00 to improve the unpaved section of Lillian Avenue.
* This amendment realigns a total of 220,560.00 from the Fire Districts Fund Reserves for Contingencies to the operating budgets in each district. *
Appropriation is needed for reimbursement of unanticipated capital expenses made in FY19 by the fire service providers for three districts: Clearwater ( 143,790.00), Largo ( 24,330.00), and Tierra Verde ( 52,440.00).
* Approval provides the Tax Collector authority to collect a non-ad valorem assessment from Lealman Community residential property owners for solid
waste collection. * The Lealman Solid Waste Collection and Disposal District (District) was created in 2006. * The current assessment fee equates to 16.00 per month through December 31, 2021. * County Recycling, Inc. is the current contracted service provider and is providing satisfactory service.
* The contract provides services to the Utilities Department for the purpose of drafting a water, sewer, and reclaimed policy manual. * Raftelis will
identify gaps, document and recommend updates/changes, benchmark best in class policies against peer utilities and craft recommended policies. * Approval of a purchase in this amount is typically under delegated authority of the County Administrator; the Utilities Department has requested the Board of County Commissioners approve this purchase due to policy implications.
* This project provides for the replacement of Pump Station 018, a duplex sanitary sewer pump station. * Change Order No. 1 requests an increase of
151,249.00 for installation of a replacement gravity line and force main segment based on changing site conditions revealed during project construction activities. * Project duration is extended by 91 consecutive calendar days.
* Purchase authorization with Graybar is for the requirement of electrical, lighting, data communications, and security products and services. *
Increase of 1,525,000.00 is required through January 31, 2023 as the purchase authorization is being utilized greater than anticipated due to Utilities Capital Improvement projects that were unknown at the time of approval and were not factored into the expenditure request. * Pricing terms and conditions are based on the City of Kansas City Missouri Master Agreement EV-2370 on behalf of the US Communities Purchasing Cooperative. * The County Administrator approved this purchase authorization on March 31, 2018. The requested increase exceeds delegated authority; the Board of County Commissioners is requested to approve this increase.
* Reappointment of Mr. Jake Fisher as Hospital Administrator representative * Appointment of Mr. Jonathan Ashford as Hospital Administrator alternate
representative * Reappointment of Dr. Stephen Haire as Emergency Physician representative * Reappointment of Dr. Brian Charity as Emergency Physician alternate representative * Appointment of Dr. Jose Barquin Jr. as Emergency Physician representative * Reappointment of Dr. Jeremy White as Emergency Physician alternate representative * Reappointment of Dr. Krista Gillis as Emergency Physician representative * Appointment of Dr. Andrea Apple as Emergency Physician alternate representative
Recommendation: Adopt the attached new pay plan for all exempt positions under the Board of County Commissioners, County Administrator, County
Attorney, Business Technology Services, Human Resources, Human Rights, and Forward Pinellas, effective September 29, 2019, or the date the Unified Personnel Board adopts the Classification Plan covering exempt positions within the Unified Personnel System, whichever is later.
* Adoption of this resolution provides for the receipt of 857,270.00 in revenue into the Construction Licensing Board Fund and increases the FY19
Contractor Licensing Department's budget by 857,270.00. * The increase in revenue is from the department's licensing function, and increased collections of citation payments and fines due to improved processes and the utilization of special magistrates. * The increase in appropriation includes 226,430.00 for operating expenditures and adds 630,840.00 to reserves.
Public Participation Procedures Persons wishing to speak during the Citizens to be Heard portion of the agenda or regarding a specific agenda item
must complete a Citizen Comment Card. Cards should be given to staff at the table located at the front of the Assembly Room. At the scheduled section of the meeting when the item is before the Board of County Commissioners (Board), the Chairman will call each individual, one by one, to the lectern to be heard. Each individual may speak for up to three minutes.
Public Hearing Procedures The procedure used by the Board in conducting Public Hearings is to have a staff presentation followed by the applicant
presenting the specific proposal. The Board will then hear comments from the proponents followed by comments from the opponents and a staff summary. The applicant will then be given an opportunity to close and the Board will decide on the matter.
3. Representatives of groups consisting of five or more individuals who are present during the Public Hearing may speak on behalf of the group for up
to 10 minutes at the Chairman s discretion. To do so, the other individuals in the group must have waived their time to the representative by providing their information on the Group Speaker List, located on the back of the Public Hearing Comment Card.