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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 FINAL AGENDA

DATE: 10/17/2019 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 the two (2) positions on the Citizen Review Board. Shirley Foxx-Knowles, City Clerk, transmitting the list of applicants expressing an interest in being considered for the two (2) positions on the Citizen Review Board. - (To be R/F)

Tagged Passions:appointments

Letter from Giovanny Cardenas requesting that his application for the Citizen Review Board be withdrawn since his skills and experience would be a greater asset serving on the Hillsborough County City-County Planning Commission. - (To be R/F)

Tagged Passions:planning and boards and commissions

E-mail from Erica Jenson requesting that her application for the Citizen Review Board be withdrawn since she is starting a Professional Certification Program and that she may be overextending herself getting involved in the Board. - (To be R/F)

Tagged Passions:program

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

Presentation by applicants expressing an interest in being appointed to the two (2) position on the Hillsborough County City-County Planning Commission. Shirley Foxx-Knowles, City Clerk, transmitting the list of applicants expressing an interest in being appointed to the Hillsborough County City-County Planning Commission. - (To be R/F)

Tagged Passions:planning, boards and commissions, and appointments

3.
9:00 a.m. File No. E2019-15

No additional detail provided

Presentation of commendation to Ms. Ellie Bagget, founder of The Ladies of the Heights Social Group, for her hygiene drive initiative in which she donated more than 4,000 in hygiene products to 19 different schools across Hillsborough County. - (Original motion initiated by Gudes-Citro on September 12, 2019.) - (Continued from September 19, 2019.)

Tagged Passions:education

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

No additional detail provided

Presentation of commendation to Coach Bobby Diez, who recently retired as Coach for Chamberlain High School and has been coaching for nearly 30 years. - (Original motion initiated by Miranda-Maniscalco on September 17, 2019.)

Tagged Passions:retirement and education

CEREMONIAL ACTIVITIES AND\OR PRESENTATIONS CONTINUED:

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

Presentation of commendation of the Waterwise Awards presented by the Water Department to Ingo Fockler of Tampa Heights and Karen Taylor of Hampton Terrace for their use of Florida friendly landscaping principles. - (Original motion initiated by Dingfelder-Miranda on August 8, 2019.) Chuck Weber, Director of the Water Department, transmitting a PowerPoint presentation entitled quot;2019 Community Water Wise Awards. quot; - (To be R/F)

Tagged Passions:utility, Utility, and water

6.
File No. E2019-48 - (Five minute presentation)

A representative from Tampa Innovation to appear and provide a five-minute presentation on exploring a partnership with Hillsborough County and private partners regarding an Opportunity Zone strategy for the Uptown Innovation District. - (Original motion initiated by Viera-Miranda on September 19, 2019.)

Tagged Passions:strategic

Eddie Burch, Flight Control/Tampa Innovation Partnership, transmitting a PowerPoint presentation entitled quot;Uptown Innovation District. quot; - (To be R/F)

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:hearing

COMMITTEE REPORTS\CONSENT AGENDA (ITEMS 7 THROUGH 54):

Public Safety Committee (Items 7 through 13) Joseph Citro, Chair Charlie Miranda, Vice-Chair Orlando Gudes, Alternate
Tagged Passions:public safety

7.
File No. B2020-2

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 Law Enforcement Trust Fund (LETF) State Forfeiture and the LETF Capital Projects Fund for use by the Tampa Police Department; providing an effective date.

Tagged Passions:funding, budget, capital spending, public safety, and Capital Spending

8.
File No. F2019-252

No additional detail provided

Resolution authorizing modification to NC4 Street Smart Software License and Managed Services Agreement between NC4 Public Sector LLC ( quot;NC4) and the City of Tampa (Customer) effective June 19, 2019 consenting to the assignment to Street Smart LLC; authorizing execution thereof by the Mayor of the City of Tampa and providing an effective date.

Tagged Passions:streets, services, license, information technology, and Information Technology

COMMITTEE REPORTS\CONSENT AGENDA CONTINUED (ITEMS 7 THROUGH 54):

9.
File No. F2019-327 - (Part 1 of 2) - (See Item 10)

Resolution approving a Federally-Funded Sub-Award and Grant Agreement between the State of Florida Division of Emergency Management and the Tampa Police Department for acceptance of grant funds in an amount not to exceed 129,000 to be used by the Tampa Police Department; authorizing execution thereof by the Mayor of the City of Tampa and providing an effective date.

Tagged Passions:funding, grant, public safety, and emergency

10.
File No. B2020-2 - (Part 2 of 2) - (See Item 9)

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 129,000 within the Police State Homeland Security Fund for use by the Tampa Police Department for the FY2019 Homeland Security Grant Program; providing an effective date.

Tagged Passions:funding, grant, budget, security, public safety, and program

11.
File No. F2019-329 - (Part 1 of 2) - (See Item 12)

No additional detail provided

Resolution approving the acceptance of grant funds in the amount of 900,000 from the United States Department of Justice Office of Justice Programs; authorizing execution of the award and special conditions document by the Mayor of the City of Tampa and providing an effective date.

Tagged Passions:funding, grant, and program

12.
File No. B2020-2 - (Part 2 of 2) - (See Item 11)

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 900,000 within the Police Grants Fund for use by the Tampa Police Department for the FY2019 Comprehensive Opioid Abuse Site-Based Program; providing an effective date.

Tagged Passions:funding, grant, budget, public safety, program, and opioid abuse

13.
File No. X2019-035

No additional detail provided

Resolution approving the quot;Sole Source quot; proposal of Integrated Surveillance Defense, Inc. for the purchase and installation of a Surveillance Camera System for the Hillsborough County Sheriffs Office Cessna 208B Caravan in the estimated amount of 161,715 for use by the Hillsborough County Sheriffs Office through the Urban Area Security Initiative (UASI), administered by the Tampa Police Department for the entire Tampa Bay Area; authorizing the Director of Purchasing to purchase said property, supplies, materials or services; providing an effective date.

Tagged Passions:security, public safety, materials, services, purchasing, property, and surveillance

Parks, Recreation and Cultural Committee (Items 14 through 19) Orlando Gudes, Chair John Dingfelder, Vice-Chair Bill Carlson, Alternate

Tagged Passions:parks and recreation

14.
File No. F2019-202

No additional detail provided

Resolution approving the execution by the Mayor and attestation by the City Clerk of a Restrictive Covenant by the City of Tampa, as owner, in favor of the State of Florida Department of State, Division of Cultural Affairs in connection with a Grant to the Tampa Bay Performing Arts Center, Inc., Lessee, to fund renovations on the property located at 1010 North W. C. MacInnes Place, Tampa, Florida; providing an effective date.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:grant, arts, and property

15.
File No. X2019-990

No additional detail provided

Resolution approving the renewal of an Agreement between the City of Tampa and Edlen Electrical Exhibition Services, Inc. of Orlando for the provision of Event Utilities Services at the Tampa Convention Center; providing an effective date.

Tagged Passions:utility, Utility, services, events, and conventions

COMMITTEE REPORTS\CONSENT AGENDA CONTINUED (ITEMS 7 THROUGH 54):

16.
File No. E2019-8 CH 28 - (Special Event Code)

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:events

Special Event Permit: J. Armando Edmiston Block Party- 20th St. between 5th 6th Ave - December 5, 2019.

Tagged Passions:events

17.
File No. E2019-8 CH 28 - (Special Event Code)

Special Event Permit: Cigar Heritage Festival - 18th 19th St. between 8th 9th Ave; 9th Ave between 18th 19th. St.- December 8, 2019.

Tagged Passions:events, festival, and tobacco

18.
File No. E2019-8 CH 28 - (Special Event Code)

Special Event Permit: Snow on 7th Parade - 7th Ave between Nuccio Pkwy 21st St.; 8th Ave between 17th 21st St. - December 14, 2019.

Tagged Passions:events and snow

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

Special Event Permit: Outback Bowl Parade - 7th Ave between Nuccio Pkwy 21st St.; 8th Ave between 17th St. 21st St.; Palm Ave between Nuccio Pkwy 21st St.- December 31, 2019. Public Works Committee (Items 20 through 31) John Dingfelder, Chair Bill Carlson, Vice-Chair Charlie Miranda, Alternate

Tagged Passions:events, Public Works, and public works

20.
File No. B2020-2

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 25,000 within the Consumer Services Fund for interest on customer deposits; providing an effective date.

Tagged Passions:funding, budget, and services

21.
File No. B2020-2

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 8,063,169 for the San Carlos Pumping Station Rehabilitation project within the Wastewater Capital Construction Fund; providing an effective date.

Tagged Passions:funding, construction, sewer, and budget

22.
File No. B2020-2

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 280,000 within the Parking Operations Fund for various operating expenses; providing an effective date.

Tagged Passions:funding, budget, and parking

23.
File No. X2019-405

No additional detail provided

Resolution approving the purchase of Compressed Natural Gas in the estimated amount of 400,000 from Clean Energy, Inc. for use by the Department of Solid Waste Environmental Program Management; authorizing the Director of Purchasing to purchase said property, supplies, materials or services; providing an effective date.

Tagged Passions:utility, solid waste, Utility, materials, services, program, environment, natural gas, purchasing, property, clean energy, and energy

24.
File No. X2019-890

No additional detail provided

Resolution approving additional expenditures within an existing quot;Sole Source quot; award between the City of Tampa and Neptune Technology Group, Inc. for Replacement Parts for Neptune Water Meter Parts in the estimated amount of 145,000 for a cumulative total of 289,079.40 for use by the Water Department; providing an effective date.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:utility, Utility, water, Technology, and technology

COMMITTEE REPORTS\CONSENT AGENDA CONTINUED (ITEMS 7 THROUGH 54):

25.
File No. X2019-990

No additional detail provided

Resolution approving the renewal of awards between the City of Tampa and Cintas Corporation No. 2 and Sprinklermatic Fire Protection Systems, Inc. for the provision of Citywide Preventive Maintenance and Repair of Fire Preventive Sprinkler Systems and Fire Pumps in the estimated amount of 280,000 for use by the Logistics and Asset Management Department/Facility Management Division; providing an effective date; providing an effective date.

Tagged Passions:facility

26.
File No. X2019-990

No additional detail provided

Resolution approving the renewal of an award between the City of Tampa and Red Hawk Fire Security, LLC for the provision of Citywide Fire Alarm Annual Inspection, Installation, Repair and Replacement Services in the estimated amount of 529,588 for use by the Logistics and Asset Management Department/Facility Management Division; providing an effective date.

Tagged Passions:facility, security, and services

27.
File No. Y2018-11

Resolution authorizing Change Order 1 Final to Contract 17-C-00004, City-wide Garage Improvements - William Poe, Centro Ybor and Palm Avenue (Sheltered Market) between the City of Tampa and Matcon Construction Services, Inc., an increase of 11,396.58, and final payment in the amount of 13,410.50; providing an effective date.

Tagged Passions:construction, market, contract, and services

28.
File No. Y2018-13

Resolution authorizing Change Order 1 Final to Contract 18-C-00014; 30th Street Outfall, between the City of Tampa and Douglas N. Higgins Inc., a decrease of 10,963.33, and final payment in the amount of 40,000; providing an effective date.

Tagged Passions:streets and contract

29.
File No. Y2019-32 - (Part 1 of 2) - (See Item 30)

No additional detail provided

Resolution accepting the proposal of TLC Diversified, Inc. pertaining to Contract 19-C-00007; Mariner Pump Station Rehabilitation, in the amount of 413,000; authorizing the execution of the Contract by the Mayor of the City of Tampa; providing an effective date.

Tagged Passions:contract

30.
File No. B2020-2 - (Part 2 of 2) - (See Item 29)

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 413,000 for the Mariner Pumping Station Rehabilitation project; providing an effective date.

Tagged Passions:funding and budget

31.
File No. Y2019-33

No additional detail provided

Resolution accepting the proposal of Cutler Associates, Inc. pertaining to Contract 19-C-00031; Howard F. Curren AWTP Screen and Grit Building No. 1 MCC 29 Replacement, in the amount of 498,293; authorizing the execution of the Contract by the Mayor of the City of Tampa; providing an effective date.

Tagged Passions:contract

COMMITTEE REPORTS\CONSENT AGENDA CONTINUED (ITEMS 7 THROUGH 54):

Finance Committee (Items 32 through 35) Charlie Miranda, Chair Joseph Citro, Vice-Chair Guido Maniscalco, Alternate

Tagged Passions:finance

32.
File No. B2020-2

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 7,467,000 for Various Departments within the General Fund for Fiscal Year 2019 Expenditures; providing an effective date.

Tagged Passions:funding and budget

33.
File No. B2019-79

No additional detail provided

Resolution approving a Memorandum of Understanding between the City of Tampa and Big Brothers Big Sisters of Tampa Bay, Inc. providing for a School-to-Work Mentoring Program; authorizing the execution by the Mayor of the City of Tampa; providing for an effective date.

Tagged Passions:program, education, and mentoring

34.
File No. X2019-918

Resolution approving a First Amendment to the Consulting Services Agreement between the City of Tampa and Linea Solutions, Inc. for the provision of Pension Administration System Consulting Services in the estimated amount of 1,256,316.85; for use by the General Employees Pension Office; authorizing the Mayor to execute said First Amendment to a Consulting Services Agreement; providing an effective date.

Tagged Passions:retirement and services

35.
File No. B2019-6

Christine Glover, Director of Internal Audit, transmitting audit report: Real Estate Division - Audit 19-19 - dated October 3, 2019 (To be R/F).

Tagged Passions:audit

Building, Zoning and Preservation Committee (Items 36 through 50) Bill Carlson, Chair Guido Maniscalco, Vice-Chair John Dingfelder, Alternate

Tagged Passions:zoning and preservation

36.
File No. B2020-2

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 4,000,000 within the Downtown CRA Bank Note, Core and Non-Core CRA Funds.

Tagged Passions:funding, budget, and downtown

37.
File No. B2020-2

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 341,662 within the General Fund, East Tampa and Channel District CRA Funds; providing an effective date.

Tagged Passions:funding and budget

COMMITTEE REPORTS\CONSENT AGENDA CONTINUED (ITEMS 7 THROUGH 54):

38.
File No. B2019-44

No additional detail provided

Resolution authorizing pre-suit negotiations with fee owners for the acquisition of certain property interests based upon approved appraisals pursuant to 73.015, Florida Statutes, and the acceptance of deeds and instruments resulting therefrom and, if necessary, to initiate and maintain proceedings in eminent domain to acquire title to real property in fee simple or as otherwise necessary for the construction of a wastewater force main for the Harbour Island Force Main Replacement Project (Wastewater Department Capital Improvement Project Contract Number 17-C-00038); providing an effective date.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:construction, sewer, capital spending, contract, Capital Spending, property, commercial, and eminent domain

39.
File No. B2019-53

No additional detail provided

Resolution authorizing the Mayor to execute and the City Clerk to attest a maintenance, use, assumption of risk and hold harmless agreement by and between the City of Tampa and Florida Whiting Properties LLC, (developer/owner) for the maintenance of certain installations and improvements on that certain public right-of-way as more particularly described herein (the agreement); subject to certain terms and conditions as more particularly described herein; providing an effective date.

Tagged Passions:risk

40.
File No. B2019-53

No additional detail provided

Resolution approving the execution by the Mayor and attestation by the City Clerk of a License and Hold Harmless Agreement between the City of Tampa and the Junior League of Tampa, Inc., a Florida not-for-profit corporation (Junior League), licensing the use of a portion of Marjorie Park for parking by the Junior League, located near or adjacent to 87 Columbia Drive; providing an effective date.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:license and parking

41.
File No. B2019-56

No additional detail provided

Resolution assessing the costs expended by the City of Tampa, a municipal corporation, to secure vacant structures on certain real property in the city after failure of the interested parties to secure the vacant structures on 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

42.
File No. D2019-4

Resolution partially vacating the Plat of Bon-Air as recorded in Plat Book 11, Page 5, of the Public Records of Hillsborough County; approving a Replat of same to be known as Roland Street Townhomes, contingent upon certain conditions; authorizing the Chairman of the City Council and the City Clerk to execute a proper certificate of the Replat; providing an effective date.

Tagged Passions:council, streets, zoning, and public records

43.
File No. E2019-40

No additional detail provided

Resolution approving the execution by the Mayor and attestation by the City Clerk of an Easement Agreement between the City of Tampa and Channel Club-TA LLC, for a permanent Easement over, above, under, across, and upon the Easement site for the use and maintenance of balconies, sidewalks and vents located at 1224 East Madison Street; Providing for an effective date.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:streets, Pedestrian, and easement

44.
File No. E2019-40

No additional detail provided

Resolution approving the execution by the Mayor and attestation by the City Clerk of a release of easement, indemnity agreement and bill of sale involving sanitary sewer easement interests and wastewater facilities in the vicinity of 4102 N. Thatcher Avenue, in Tampa, Florida, as more fully described therein; providing an effective date.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:sewer, sale, utility, Utility, and easement

COMMITTEE REPORTS\CONSENT AGENDA CONTINUED (ITEMS 7 THROUGH 54):

45.
File No. E2019-40

No additional detail provided

Resolution approving the execution by the Mayor and attestation by the City Clerk of a release of easement renouncing, discontinuing and abandoning any City interest to certain platted utility easement(s) encumbering real property in the vicinity of 2501 Mistic Point Way, in Tampa, Florida; providing an effective date.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:utility, Utility, property, and easement

46.
File No. E2019-40

No additional detail provided

Resolution approving the execution by the mayor and attestation by the City Clerk of a release of easement renouncing, discontinuing and abandoning any city interest to a platted sanitary sewer/utility easement encumbering real property in the vicinity of 4709 N. Hesperides Street, Tampa, Florida; providing an effective date.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:sewer, streets, utility, Utility, property, and easement

47.
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

48.
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

49.
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

50.
File No. X2019-988

No additional detail provided

Resolution approving the Single Bid reponse of Nelsons Tree Farm Nursery, Inc. for the provision of Property Clearing, Trimming, Mowing and/or Trash Debris Removal Services (Sheltered Market Solicitation) in the estimated amount of 200,000 for use by the Neighborhood Empowerment Department; providing an effective date.

Tagged Passions:rfp, RFP, market, agriculture, services, trees, property, solicitation, and neighborhood

COMMITTEE REPORTS\CONSENT AGENDA CONTINUED (ITEMS 7 THROUGH 54):

Transportation Committee (Items 51 through 54) Guido Maniscalco, Chair Orlando Gudes, Vice-Chair John Dingfelder, Alternate

Tagged Passions:transportation

51.
File No. B2020-2

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 300,000 for use by the Transportation and Stormwater Services Department within the General Fund and the Local Option Gas Tax Fund for a Scooter Pilot Program Study and Year-End Expenses; providing an effective date.

Tagged Passions:funding, budget, taxes, Taxes, transportation, services, program, and stormwater

52.
File No. B2019-45

Resolution approving Work Order 2, under Contract 18-D-54002, in the amount of 149,999 to Landis, Evans and Partners, Inc. for professional services in connection with Green ARTery Segment E - North Blvd. from Sligh Ave. to E. Bird St.; authorizing issuance of said Work Order by the Contract Administration Department; providing an effective date.

Tagged Passions:contract and services

53.
File No. X2019-658

No additional detail provided

Resolution approving the bid of Beato Group, Inc. for the furnishing of Reinforced Concrete Pipe (Sheltered Market Solicitation) in the estimated amount of 131,412 for use by the Transportation and Stormwater Services Department; 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

54.
File No. X2019-936

No additional detail provided

Resolution approving the renewal of an award between the City of Tampa and USA Fence Company for the Installation of Pedestrian Barricades in the estimated amount of 250,000 for use by the Transportation and Stormwater Services Department; providing an effective date; providing an effective date.

ITEMS BEING SET FOR PUBLIC HEARINGS BY COUNCIL CONSENT - (ITEMS 58 THROUGH 56):
Tagged Passions:council, transportation, services, hearing, Pedestrian, and stormwater

55.
File No. E2019-8 CH 27

Petition for review filed by Accardi Ashley Development LLC requesting a review hearing regarding a decision of the Zoning Administrator, VEN19-71, regarding property at 801 North Ashley Drive. - (Review hearing to be scheduled on December 5, 2019 at 10:30 a.m.)

Tagged Passions:development, zoning, Development, property, hearing, and administrator

56.
File No. E2019-8 CH 27

Petition for review filed by Accardi Downtown Partnership LLC requesting a review hearing regarding a decision of the Zoning Administrator, VEN19-72, regarding property at 707 North Franklin Street. - (Review hearing to be scheduled on December 5, 2019 at 10:30 a.m.) 9:30 A.M. - PUBLIC HEARINGS SECOND READING ON PROPOSED ORDINANCES (ITEMS 57 THROUGH 60) (Non Quasi-judicial Procedures.)

Tagged Passions:ordinance, zoning, downtown, procedure, property, hearing, and administrator

57.
File No. E2019-8 CH 27 - (UNAN; Gudes absent at vote; Dingfelder absent)

(Ordinance being presented for second reading and adoption) - An ordinance of the City of Tampa, Florida, relating to definition of height, kennels, and revocation or suspension of alcoholic beverages, making revisions to City of Tampa Code of Ordinances, Chapter 27 (Zoning and Land Development); amending Section 27-43, Definitions; amending Section 27-282.25, Kennel, small; amending Section 27-282.26, Kennel, large; amending Section 27-318, Expiration, suspension, and revocation of approvals for alcoholic beverage sales; posting of notice for discontinuance of sales; evidence of resumption of sales; repealing all ordinances or parts of ordinances in conflict therewith; providing for severability; providing an effective date. - (Original motion to approve said ordinance on first reading had been initiated by Carlson-Miranda on September 19, 2019.)

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

58.
File No. PA18-11 - (UNAN; Carlson abstaining) - (See Item 65)

(Ordinance being presented for second reading and adoption) - An ordinance amending the Tampa Comprehensive Plan, Future Land Use Map, for the property generally located at 7001 Rowlett Park Drive, from Light Industrial (LI) to Residential-10 (R-10); providing for repeal of all ordinances in conflict; providing for severability; providing an effective date. - (Original motion to approve said ordinance on first reading had been initiated by Maniscalco-Gudes on September 26, 2019, including that the petitioner has met the burden of proof to provide competent and substantial evidence that the development, as conditioned and shown on the site plan, is consistent with the Tampa Comprehensive Plan and City of Tampa Code).

Tagged Passions:ordinance, strategic, development, industrial, parks, Development, and property

59.
File No. PA19-05 - (UNAN)

(Ordinance being presented for second reading and adoption) - An ordinance amending the Tampa Comprehensive, Future Land Use Element, Future Land Use Map, for the property located at 6727 South Lois Avenue, from Transitional Use-24 (TU-24) to Residential-35 (R-35); providing for repeal of all ordinances in conflict; providing for severability; providing an effective date. - (Original motion to approve said ordinance on first reading had been initiated by Dingfelder-Citro on September 26, 2019.)

Tagged Passions:ordinance and property

60.
File No. PA19-09 - (UNAN; Carlson absent at vote)

(Ordinance being presented for second reading and adoption) - An ordinance amending the Tampa Comprehensive Plan, Future Land Use Map, for the property generally located at the southeast corner of South Mascotte Street and West Canal Street, from Heavy Industrial (HI) to Residential-10 (R-10); providing for repeal of all ordinances in conflict; providing for severability; providing an effective date. - (Original motion to approve said ordinance on first reading had been initiated by Gudes-Dingfelder on September 26, 2019.) 9:30 A.M. - CONTINUED PUBLIC HEARING SECOND READING ON PROPOSED ORDINANCE (ITEM 61) (Quasi-judicial proceedings require witness to be sworn in prior to testifying pursuant to Resolution No. 2004-667)

Tagged Passions:ordinance, strategic, streets, industrial, watershed, property, and hearing

61.
File No. REZ19-42 - (UNAN; Dingfelder absent at vote.)

(Ordinance being presented for second reading and adoption) - An ordinance rezoning property in the general vicinity of 6230 Interbay Boulevard, in the City of Tampa, Florida, and more particularly described in Section 1, from zoning district classification(s) RS-60 (residential, single-family) to RS-50 (residential, single-family); providing an effective date. - (Original motion to approve said ordinance on first reading had been initiated by Maniscalco-Citro on June 13, 2019.) - (Continued from July 18, 2019.) 9:30 A.M. - PUBLIC HEARINGS SECOND READING ON PROPOSED ORDINANCES (ITEMS 62 THROUGH 69) (Quasi-judicial proceedings require witness to be sworn in prior to testifying pursuant to Resolution No. 2004-667)

Tagged Passions:ordinance, zoning, property, and hearing

62.
File No. AB2-19-18 - (UNAN)

(Ordinance being presented for second reading and adoption) - An ordinance approving a Special Use Permit (S-2) for alcoholic beverage sales - small venue (consumption on premises and package sales/off-premises consumption) and making lawful the sale of beer and wine at or from that certain lot, plot or tract of land located at 456 West Columbus Drive, 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 Citro-Miranda on September 26, 2019, including thatCouncil approves requested waivers for reduction in distance from other alcoholic beverage sales from 250 feet to 60 feet, and reduction in parking depth from 17 feet to 15 feet; and, further, that the site plan be amended to include the revisions specified by Ryan Manasse, Planning Design Development Coordination.)

Tagged Passions:planning, alcohol, ordinance, sale, development, Development, and parking

63.
File No. AB2-19-21 - (UNAN)

(Ordinance being presented for second reading and adoption) - An ordinance approving a Special Use Permit (S-2) for alcoholic beverage sales - large venue (consumption on premises and package sales/off premises consumption) and making lawful the sale of beverages regardless of alcoholic content - beer, wine, and liquor - at or from that certain lot, plot of tract of land located at 4900 and 5201 Bridge Street and 5000 and 5001 West Gandy Boulevard, Tampa, Florida, as more particularly described in Section 2; 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 Dingfelder-Maniscalco on September 26, 2019, including that thepetitioner has met the burden of proof to provide competent and substantial evidence that the Special Use, as conditioned and shown on the site plan, is consistent with the Tampa Comprehensive Plan and City of Tampa Code; and, further, that the site plan be amended to include the revisions specified by Lachone Dock, Planning Design Development Coordination, and the hours of operation as stated and agreed to by John Grandoff, petitioners representative.) 9:30 A.M. - PUBLIC HEARINGS SECOND READING ON PROPOSED ORDINANCES CONTINUED (ITEMS 62 THROUGH 69) (Quasi-judicial proceedings require witness to be sworn in prior to testifying pursuant to Resolution No. 2004-667)

Tagged Passions:planning, alcohol, ordinance, strategic, streets, sale, development, boating, Development, and hearing

64.
File No. AB2-19-22 - (UNAN)

(Ordinance being presented for second reading and adoption) - An ordinance approving a Special Use Permit (S-2) 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 2223 North Westshore Boulevard, Unit B224, 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-Maniscalco on September 26, 2019.)

Tagged Passions:alcohol, ordinance, streets, and sale

65.
File No. REZ18-113 - (UNAN; Carlson abstaining ) - (See Item 58)

(Ordinance being presented for second reading and adoption) - An ordinance rezoning property in the general vicinity of 7001 Rowlett Park Drive, 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, business/professional office, warehouse and wholesale trade, residential, single-family detached); providing an effective date. - (Original motion to approve said ordinance on first reading had been initiated by Citro-Gudes on September 26, 2019, including that the petitioner has met the burden of proof to provide competent and substantial evidence that the development, as conditioned and shown on the site plan, is consistent with the Tampa Comprehensive Plan and City of Tampa Code; and, further, that the site plan be amended to include the revisions specified by Mary Samaniego, Planning Design Development Coordination.)

Tagged Passions:planning, ordinance, business, strategic, development, industrial, zoning, parks, Development, property, and trade

66.
File No. REZ19-64 - (Carlson no)

(Ordinance being presented for second reading and adoption) - An ordinance rezoning property in the general vicinity of 6719 North Rome Avenue, in the City of Tampa, Florida, and more particularly described in Section 1, from zoning district classification(s) RS-50 (residential, single-family) 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 Maniscalco-Miranda on September 26, 2019, including that the petitioner has met the burden of proof to provide competent and substantial evidence that the development, as conditioned and shown on the site plan, is consistent with the Tampa Comprehensive Plan and City of Tampa Code.)

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

67.
File No. REZ19-71 - (Carlson no)

(Ordinance being presented for second reading and adoption) - An ordinance rezoning property in the general vicinity of 224 West Emily 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 PD (planned development, residential, single-family detached); providing an effective date. - (Original motion to approve said ordinance on first reading had been initiated by Miranda-Gudes on September 26, 2019, including that the petitioner has met the burden of proof to provide competent and substantial evidence that the development, as conditioned and shown on the site plan, is consistent with the Tampa Comprehensive Plan and City of Tampa Code; and, further, that the site plan be amended to include the revisions specified by Mary Samaniego, Planning Design Development Coordination.) 9:30 A.M. - PUBLIC HEARINGS SECOND READING ON PROPOSED ORDINANCES (ITEMS 62 THROUGH 69) (Quasi-judicial proceedings require witness to be sworn in prior to testifying pursuant to Resolution No. 2004-667)

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

68.
File No. REZ19-81 - (UNAN; Viera absent at vote)

(Ordinance being presented for second reading and adoption) - An ordinance rezoning property in the general vicinity of 8704 North Otis Avenue, in the City of Tampa, Florida, and more particularly described in Section 1, from zoning district classification(s) RS-60 (residential, single-family) to RS-50 (residential, single-family); providing an effective dare. - (Original motion to approve said ordinance on first reading had been initiated by Miranda-Gudes on September 26, 2019.)

Tagged Passions:ordinance, zoning, and property

69.
File No. VAC19-22 - (UNAN; Dingfelder absent)

(Ordinance being presented for second reading and adoption) - An ordinance vacating, closing, discontinuing and abandoning a portion of alleyway/right-of-way lying south of Lemon Street, north or Cass Street, east of Howard Avenue and west of Albany Avenue, in the City of Tampa, Hillsborough County, Florida, the same being more fully described in Section 1 hereof, subject to certain easement reservations, covenants, conditions and restrictions more particularly set forth herein; providing an effective date. - (Original motion to approve said ordinance on first reading had been initiated by Carlson-Miranda on September 19, 2019.) 10:30 A.M. - PUBLIC HEARINGS [INCLUDING REVIEW HEARINGS] - (ITEMS 70 THROUGH 73) - (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

70.
File No. VAC19-21

Continued public hearing from September 19, 2019 on application of Hillsborough County Aviation Authority to vacate portions of South Avenue, Renellie Drive and Osborne Avenue lying south of Hillsborough Avenue, north of Curtis Avenue, east of West Shore Boulevard and west of Air Cargo Road. (Ordinance being presented for first reading consideration) - An ordinance vacating, closing, discontinuing and abandoning portions of right-of-way known as W. South Avenue, W. Osborne Avenue, and N. Renellie Drive, in re-plat of Drew Park, a subdivision in the City of Tampa, Hillsborough County, Florida, the same being more fully described in Section 1 hereof, subject to certain easement reservations, covenants, conditions and restrictions more particularly set forth herein; providing an effective date.

Tagged Passions:ordinance, streets, zoning, subdivision, parks, hearing, and easement

71.
File No. E2019-8 CH 27 - (Cannot be Heard - No Affidavit Filed)

No additional detail provided

Review hearing on petition for review filed by Tyler J. Hudson and Gardner Brewer Martinez-Monfort, P.A. regarding a decision of the Architectural Review Commission, ARC 19-270, pertaining to property at 604 S. Oregon Avenue. - (Council needs to reschedule the review hearing to January 9, 2020 at 10:30 a.m. per the request of Tyler J. Hudson.)

Tagged Passions:alcohol, council, boards and commissions, property, and hearing

72.
File No. E2019-8 CH 27

No additional detail provided

Review hearing on petition for review filed by Chris Carpenter and Peter Lewis Spanos regarding a decision of the Zoning Administrator, SU1-19-40, pertaining to property at 5607 N. Miami Avenue.

10:30 A.M. - PUBLIC HEARINGS [INCLUDING REVIEW HEARINGS] CONTINUED - (ITEMS 70 THROUGH 73) - (Quasi-judicial proceedings require witness to be sworn in prior to testifying pursuant to Resolution No. 2004-667)
Tagged Passions:zoning, property, hearing, and administrator

73.
File No. E2019-8 CH 27 (A/K/A FDN 19-54)

Review hearing for Council's consideration on the Recommended Order by Hearing Officer Derek Schroth pertaining to the Zoning Administrator for a Formal Determination (FDN 19-54), for 1027-1029 West Coral Street, Tampa.

Tagged Passions:council, zoning, hearing, and administrator

Memorandum from Senior Assistant City Attorney Rebecca Kert, Legal Department, transmitting the exhibits that were considered by the Hearing Officer with regards to the Recommended Order. - (To be R/F)

Tagged Passions:legal and hearing

Memorandum from Senior Assistant City Attorney Rebecca Kert, Legal Department, transmitting a letter and an e-mail from the attorney for the petitioner stating that he is not filing any exceptions to the Recommended Order and that he does not object to Council adoption the Recommended Order and also attaching the exhibits to the Recommended Order. - (To be R/F)

Tagged Passions:council and legal

ITEMS REMOVED FROM CONSENT AGENDA (IF ANY):

STAFF REPORTS AND UNFINISHED BUSINESS - (ITEMS 74 THROUGH 90) - (UP TO FIVE [5] MINUTES PER AGENDA ITEM)

Tagged Passions:business

74.
File No. F2019-327 - (Part 1 of 2) - (See Item 75) - (Placed under Staff Reports and Unfinished Business pursuant to motion adopted by Council.)

Resolution approving a Federally-Funded Sub-Award and Grant Agreement between the State of Florida Division of Emergency Management and the City of Tampa for acceptance of grant funds in an amount not to exceed 3,087,500 to be used by the Tampa Police Department for the 2019 Urban Area Security Initiative (UASI); authorizing execution thereof by the Mayor of the City of Tampa and providing an effective date.

Tagged Passions:funding, grant, business, council, security, public safety, and emergency

75.
File No. B2020-2 - (Part 2 of 2) - (See Item 74)

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 3,087,500 within the Urban Area Security Initiative (UASI) Grants Fund for use by the Tampa Police Department for the FY2019 Urban Area Security Initiative Grant; providing an effective date.

Tagged Passions:funding, grant, budget, security, and public safety

76.
File No. X2019-060 - (Part 1 of 2 - See Item 77) - (Placed under Staff Reports and Unfinished Business pursuant to motion adopted by Council.)

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:business and council

Resolution approving the provision of additional expenditures for a Contractor Operated Parts Store in the estimated amount of 2,332,437 for a cumulative total of 21,832,437 under and by virtue of an Agreement between the City of Tampa and Mancon of Virginia, Inc. for use by the Logistics and Asset Management Department/Fleet Management Division; providing an effective date.

Tagged Passions:commercial

77.
File No. B2020-2 - (Part 2 of 2) - (See Item 76)

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 400,000 within the Fleet Maintenance Operations Fund for Contractual Services; providing an effective date.

Tagged Passions:funding, budget, and services

STAFF REPORTS AND UNFINISHED BUSINESS CONTINUED - (ITEMS 74 THROUGH 90) - (UP TO FIVE [5] MINUTES PER AGENDA ITEM)

Tagged Passions:business

78.
File No. Y2018-18 - (Placed under Staff Reports and Unfinished Business pursuant to motion adopted by Council.)

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:business and council

Resolution approving Contract Change Order 1 adding 3,700,000 to the Contract between the City of Tampa and RTD Construction, Inc. for construction of Contract 18-C-30001; City-wide Meter, Hydrant, Valve Installation and Replacement; providing an effective date.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:construction and contract

79.
File No. Y2018-18 - (Placed under Staff Reports and Unfinished Business pursuant to motion adopted by Council.)

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:business and council

Resolution approving Contract Change Order 1 adding 3,700,000 to the Contract between the City of Tampa and Kimmins Contracting Corp. for construction of Contract 18-C-30002; City-wide Meter, Hydrant, Valve Installation and Replacement; providing an effective date.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:construction and contract

80.
File No. Y2018-18 - (Placed under Staff Reports and Unfinished Business pursuant to motion adopted by Council.)

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:business and council

Resolution approving Contract Change Order 1 adding 3,700,000 to the Contract between the City of Tampa and Dallas 1 Corporation for construction of Contract 18-C-30003; City-wide Meter, Hydrant, Valve Installation and Replacement; providing an effective date.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:construction and contract

81.
File No. E2018-8 CH 16

No additional detail provided

Planning Commission staff to appear concerning the progress that has been made on designating the parks through the Planning Commission. - (Original motion initiated by Suarez-Capin on March 7, 2019.)

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:planning, boards and commissions, and parks

Memorandum from Randy Goers, Urban Planning Coordinator, providing a report regarding said agenda item. - (To be R/F)

Tagged Passions:planning

82.
File No. E2016-8 CH 21

Chuck Weber, Director of the Water Department, to appear and provide an annual report, regarding the water qualities that have to be treated and the water qualities that are going out. - (Original motion initiated by Miranda-Montelione on September 1, 2016.) - (Continued from October 4, 2018.) - (Next annual report to be provided on October 15, 2020.)

Tagged Passions:utility, Utility, and water

83.
File No. E2016-8 CH 21

Administration to provide a written quarterly report providing an update on the Stormwater Project/Program - (Original motion initiated by Maniscalco-Miranda on July 18, 2019.) - (Next quarterly report to be provided on January 23, 2020.)

Tagged Passions:program and stormwater

Memorandum from Jean Duncan, Director of Transportation and Stormwater Services, transmitting a report entitled quot;Stormwater Projects/Programs Report - Tampa City Council Update - No. 12 - October 17, 2019 quot; - (To be R/F)

Tagged Passions:council, transportation, services, program, and stormwater

STAFF REPORTS AND UNFINISHED BUSINESS CONTINUE - (ITEMS 74 THROUGH 90) - (UP TO FIVE [5] MINUTES PER AGENDA ITEM)

Tagged Passions:business

84.
File No. E2019-8 CH 21

No additional detail provided

Staff requested to explore the various Code provisions that are applicable including the regulations; the technical standards; and all three levels as stated by Senior Assistant City Attorney Jan McLean, Legal Department, that are applicable to a single-family residence attempting to mitigate their stormwater impacts on the community and receiving credit for that; further, Staff to appear regarding said matter . - (Original motion initiated by Dingfelder-Maniscalco on July 18, 2019.)

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:regulation, legal, and stormwater

Memorandum from Senior Assistant City Attorney Jan McLean, Legal Department, providing a report regarding said agenda item. - (To be R/F)

Tagged Passions:legal

85.
File No. E2019-15

No additional detail provided

City Council Attorney Martin Shelby to assist in drafting a resolution in support of the HR 1384 Medicare for All Act of 2019 urging the Federal Delegation to support and pass HR 1384 Medicare for all; further, that said resolution be presented to Council. - (Original motion initiated by Maniscalco-Miranda on September 26, 2019.)

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:council, legal, seniors, and health insurance

E-mail from Lisa Edwards, Legislative Aide to Councilmember Maniscalco, transmitting said resolution. - (To be R/F) - (Title of said resolution listed below.)

Resolution supporting H.R. 1384 Medicare for All Act of 2019 and calling on members of Congress and all Federal elected officials to adopt such legislation; providing an effective date.
Tagged Passions:seniors and health insurance

86.
File No. E2018-16

Jean Duncan, Director of Transportation and Stomwater Services, to appear and further discuss options for the Citizens Traffic Advisory Committee. - (Original motion initiated by Maniscalco-Carlson on July 18, 2019.)

Tagged Passions:transportation, services, and traffic

Memorandum from Jean Duncan, Director of Transportation and Stormwater Services, providing a report regarding said agenda item. - (To be R/F)

Tagged Passions:transportation, services, and stormwater

87.
File No. E2019-48

Council to present a resolution supporting federal legislation regarding the banning the use of assault weapon and high-capacity magazines including the amendment as suggested by City Attorney Gina Grimes, Legal Department, concerning preemption. - (Original motion initiated by Viera-Citro on October 3, 2019.)

Tagged Passions:council and legal

Memorandum from City Attorney Gina Grimes, Legal Department, transmitting a resolution for Council's consideration. - (To be R/F) - (Title of said resolution is listed below.)

Tagged Passions:council and legal

Resolution supporting Federal Legislation that would provide a ban on high-capacity ammunition magazines and military-style assault weapons; establishing a national quot;Red Flag quot; Law; and imposing more stringent rules regarding background checks, especially at gun shows; as responsible measures to provide for the public's safety while maintaining individual rights; calling on members of congress and all Federal elected officials to adopt such legislation, without further delay; providing an effective day.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:gun control, military, and Gun Control

STAFF REPORTS AND UNFINISHED BUSINESS CONTINUED - (ITEMS 74 THROUGH 90) - (UP TO FIVE [5] MINUTES PER AGENDA ITEM)

Tagged Passions:business

88.
File No. E2019-48

No additional detail provided

Representative of the Florida PACE Funding Agency to appear and to discuss and provide information on whether the intent to use uniform method of collecting non-ad valorem assessments will be a statewide law. - (Original motion initiated by Miranda-Maniscalco on September 19, 2019.)

Tagged Passions:funding and ad valorem

89.
File No. E2019-48

No additional detail provided

Construction Services and Legal Department staff to prepare an ordinance notifying citizens of demolition within the City of Tampa. - (Original motion initiated by Gudes-Maniscalco on August 22, 2019.)

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:ordinance, construction, legal, services, and demolition

Memorandum from Senior Assistant City Attorney Rebecca Kert, Legal Department, requesting a continuance to November 7, 2019. - (To be R/F)

Tagged Passions:legal

90.
File No. X2019-968

Department of Solid Waste and Environmental Program Management to appear and discuss Wheelbrators performance and any expenditures that the City has been making because of poor performance. - (Original motion initiated by Dingfelder-Miranda on August 1, 20119.)

Tagged Passions:utility, solid waste, Utility, program, performance, environment, and poverty

Memorandum from Mark Wilfalk, Director of the Department of Solid Waste Environmental Program Management, providing a report regarding said agenda item. - (To be R/F)

Tagged Passions:utility, solid waste, Utility, program, and environment

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: Oct. 24th, 2019 @ 9:00 a.m.
Tagged Passions:council and holiday

Thursday: Nov. 14th, 2019 at 10:00 a.m. (After the Community Redevelopment Agency Meeting

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: 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.
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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: 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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