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When and Where is the Next Meeting?

City Commission Meeting

Commission Meeting / Goals Conference Miami Beach Botanical Garden, 2000 Convention Center Drive March 5, 2020 - 9:00 AM

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Mayor Dan Gelber Commissioner Ricky Arriola Commissioner Michael Gongora Commissioner Steven Meiner Commissioner David Richardson Commissioner Mark

Samuelian Commissioner Micky Steinberg

City Manager Jimmy L. Morales City Attorney Raul J. Aguila City Clerk Rafael E. Granado

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ATTENTION ALL LOBBYISTS Chapter 2, Article VII, Division 3 of the City Code of Miami Beach, entitled Lobbyists, requires the registration of all

lobbyists with the Office of the City Clerk prior to engaging in any lobbying activity with the City Commission, any City Board or Committee, or any personnel as defined in the subject Code sections. Copies of the City Code sections on lobbyists laws are available in the Office of the City Clerk. Questions regarding the provisions of the Ordinance should be directed to the Office of the City Attorney.
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In order to ensure adequate public consideration, if necessary, the Mayor and City Commission may move any agenda item to an alternate meeting. In

addition, the Mayor and City Commission may, at their discretion, adjourn the Commission Meeting without reaching all agenda items.
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AGENDA KEY

Consent Agenda: Regular Agenda: C2 - Competitive Bid Reports R2 - Competitive Bid Reports C4 - Commission Committee Assignments R5 - Ordinances C6 -

Commission Committee Reports R7 - Resolutions C7 - Resolutions R9 - New Businesses Commission Requests
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R10 - City Attorney Reports

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PA - Presentations and Awards

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AGENDA 1. CALL TO ORDER

R9 - New Business and Commission Requests R9 A COMMISSION GOALS CONFERENCE AGENDA AND CITY MANAGER'S DELIVEBLES,

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GOALS AND OBJECTIVES. Office of the City Manager

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Notices 1. NOTICE OF CITY COMMISSION GOALS CONFERENCE.

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2. ADVERTISEMENT

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New Business and Commission Requests - R9 A

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COMMISSION MEMORANDUM

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TO: Honorable Mayor and Members of the City Commission FROM: Jimmy L. Morales, City Manager DATE: March 5, 2020

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SUBJECT: COMMISSION GOALS CONFERENCE AGENDA AND CITY MANAGER'S DELIVEBLES, GOALS AND OBJECTIVES.

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RECOMMENDATION See LTC 111-2020 attached.

Applicable Area Not Applicable

Is this a Residents Right to Know item, pursuant to City Code Section 2-14?

Does this item utilize G.O. Bond Funds?

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No No

Legislative Tracking Office of the City Manager

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ATTACHMENTS: Description LTC 111-2020

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MIAMI BEACH OFFICE OF THE CITY MANAGER

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NO. LTC 111-2020 LETTER TO COMMISSION

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TO:

DATE: February 27, 2020

SUBJECT: COMMISSION GOALS CON ERENCE AGENDA AND CITY MANAGER'S DELIVE BLES, GOALS AND OBJECTIVES

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The City Commission entered into a new contract with the City Manager effective April 1, 2019. The following summary includes a progress report that

serves as a foundation for discussion at the City Commission Goals Conference scheduled for March 5, 2020. At the Goals Conference, we will discuss these top priorities, organized by the vision areas of the strategic plan.
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Implementation Status My performance contract items are the organization's top priorities in support of the City Commission goals. There are 70 items

within the contract, with seven of the items complete, 30 on track, 29 ongoing, three with minor disruptions, and one with a major disruption affecting the deliverable timeline.
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These contract priorities were integrated into the Miami Beach Strategic Plan Through the Lens of Resilience, adopted unanimously on July 17, 2019.

The strategic plan also contains:
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An updated vision, The mission, City Commission goals from the

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October 3, 2018 and January 29, 2019 Goals Conferences,

2019 Community Survey results, Management objectives, and Resi/ient305 actions that are

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important for Miami Beach.

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Materials are included with this LTC in preparation for the Goals Conference. The draft agenda is included at Attachment A. A summary of progress

with the items included in my contract
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is provided in Attachment B. Detailed timelines, scopes, and updates are provided in Attachment C. I look forward to individual briefings to prepare

for the Commission Goals Conference and a full day of discussion on March 5, 2020. Please contact me or Amy Knowles, Chief Resilience Officer, with any questions.
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COMMISSION GOALS CONFERENCE DRAFT AGENDA

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March 5, 2020

Goals Conference Purpose: To review progress and next steps for the Commission Goals, the City Manager s Contract, and Strategic Plan through the

Lens of Resilience
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1) WELCOME: Jimmy Morales and Amy Knowles

2) PROSPERITY

a. Commission Goals: i. Arts and culture (2050) ii. Attract local residents (2050) iii. Change nature of tourism (2050) iv. Education (2020) v. North

Beach Town Center (2020) vi. Tourism balance improvements (2020) vii. True City Center (2050) with MBCC Hotel and 17th Street Garage viii. 41st Street (2020)
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b. Specific items for discussion requested by Commission Committees

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i. City branding

3) NEIGHBORHOODS a. Commission Goals:

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i. Clean and beautify (2020) ii. Crime improvements (2020) iii. Create a strong local community (2050)

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4) LUNCH

5) ENVIRONMENT AND INFRASTRUCTURE

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Discussed at the January 21, 2020 Resilience Retreat

a. Specific items for discussion requested by Commissioner Samuelian i. Creating an inspiring vision for resilience efforts ii. Tailoring project

approach (especially road elevation) by neighborhood
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while better engaging our residents throughout in critical decision-making iii. Elevating aesthetics/ design as part of our neighborhood projects iv.

Making hurricanes the overarching hazard for planning v. Enhancing our strategic communications efforts related to sea level rise/
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flooding

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6) MOBILITY a. Commission Goals:

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i. Attract and keep young families (2050) ii. Become less car-centric (2050) iii. Create a more local full-time community (2050)

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b. Specific items for discussion requested by Commissioner Samuelian

i. Homelessness

7) ORGANIZATIONAL INNOVATION

a. Commission Goals: i. GO Bond (2020) ii. Technology and Innovation (2020)

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8) ADJOURN

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Complete 7

On Track 30

Ongoing 29

Minor Disruption 3

Major Disruption 1

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Complete: The item has been finalized.

Ongoing: Program is continuous and does not have defined start and end dates.

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Project Status

Status Descriptions

Maximize community communications: Convene quarterly meetings of HOA presidents with senior staff

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Recruit and retain skilled CIO that can also lead on issues of innovation and customer experience Full implementation of program management budget

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Convention Center Campus: Collins Canal Park

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Develop a plan to address aging drinking water and sanitary sewer infrastructure

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Minor Disruption: Experiencing challenges, however final expected date will be met.

On Track: The project is progressing and will be completed on time.

Baywalk - Other segments

Major Disruption: Experiencing challenges and final completion date project may be compromised.

Former Par 3 / Bayshore Park 600 Alton Park (Phase 1 complete in 30 months from executed DA) Beachwalk: Middle Beach Beachwalk, Recreation Corridor

PH 3 North Beach Oceanside Park Beachwalk
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Convention Center Campus: Pride Park Convention Center Campus: Art in Public Places

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Improvement and expansion of parks programming and facilities through a Parks Master Plan

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50 of all financial transactions with the city available online or automated (2 years) Electronic plans filing for permitting purposes (2 years) Fire

Station 1 (within 4 years of site selection) Implementation of Public Safety Radio System (12-14 months) G.O. Bond Program: Complete 21 Quick Wins projects (12-14 months)
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Bryon Carlyle

G.O. Bond Program: Ensure quality planning including performance measures, coordination with other projects and timely, on- budget execution

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Maurice Gibb Park full plan (complete within 4 years) Ocean Drive Renovation (complete design work) Lincoln Road Renovation (complete within 3 to 3.5

years after Notice to Proceed) Remove the pause on sea level resiliency program and have projects fully underway in South/Mid/North beach (start
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immediately upon completion of Jacobs analysis)

Create an educational campaign to address public perception of crime and the Police Department Continue and improve the enhanced use of technology

and crime data by the Police Department Washington Avenue
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PROGRESS REPORT OF CITY MANAGER CONTRACT ITEMS

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41st Street North Beach Ocean Drive/ Mixed Entertainment District: Bring creative solutions to improve resident appeal, public safety perceptions and

business vibrancy Customer Service: Improve BTR process
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Complete

On Track

Complete 10

Minor Disruption 4

On Track 43

Ongoing 42

Major Disruption 1

PROGRESS SUMMARY

Complete Minor Disruption On Track Ongoing Major Disruption

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PROGRESS REPORT OF CITY MANAGER CONTRACT ITEMS

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Structure plan and identify financing for renovation of the Fillmore Theater Chief Information Officer: Work to implement an open data program

Fiscal: Focus on long term viability of enterprise funds (e.g. Parking, Sanitation) Fiscal: Explore strategic streamlining/outsourcing opportunities to control head count
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Increased community outreach by the Police Department, including collaboration with neighborhood watch programs, private security and community

groups. Maximize community communications: Real time outreach to new residents, including tours of city hall
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North Beach Town Center Ocean Terrace

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Stormwater resilience program- Improve the quality of life enhancements, integrated planning, and execution of neighborhood projects while enhancing

engagement with the community Work regionally to come up with plan to improve Biscayne Bay water quality Implement controls to prevent issues of unpermitted work or work exceeding permits on city projects
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Lincoln Road: Continue to work with BID to achieve robust cultural and arts programming

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Enhance ongoing execution of core city services (e.g. public safety, Code enforcement, cleanliness, etc.), especially in the North Beach neighborhood

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Maximize community communications: Continue development of creative tools and drive utilization (e.g. Engagement Toolbox, online forums, advisory

polling, direct mail, Facebook Live) Maximize community communications: Ensure residents have viable avenues of two-way conversation in anticipation of large projects and/or necessary updates and emergencies via a comprehensive internal and external communications plan utilized by all internal and external project information officers Maximize community communications: More social media and media monitoring tools to ensure we are reaching our residents and visitors
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Work with GMCVB and Spectra to program MBCC with conventions and trade shows

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Increased cultural offerings, including strengthening our existing cultural institutions, bringing the artists back, and elevating the Collins Park

cultural district
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Minor Disruption

Fiscal: Explore more efficient management staffing and techniques

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Leadership: Build senior leadership team capabilities for succession planning

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Convention Center Hotel

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Maximize community communications: More targeted marketing of city programs and cultural assets.

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Leadership: Strategic plan that links Commission goals, management objectives, and the budget

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Customer service: Streamline permitting and development review process

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Fiscal: Improve the fiscal health of pensions, health care, and innovative risk management

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Leadership: Serve as a strong CEO. Further drive the city agenda and ensure that my, and professional staff, expert point-of- view are heard at all

Commission hearings, including clear, concise recommendations on memos
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Major Disruption

Improve mobility in our community: Advocate for and drive regional and creative solutions including the prompt implementation of a successful (e.g.

ridership), new dedicated Express Bus on the Julia Tuttle
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North Beach Oceanside Park (complete within 4 years) Baywalk (substantial progress toward completion of entire Baywalk): Pedestrian Bridge

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Leadership: Increase the use of fact-based analyses with robust business cases to assess potential transactions (e.g. public- private agreements) and

also quantitative performance measures supporting after action analyses Leadership: Integrate resilience and sustainability into the capital budget process
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Customer Service: Address root causes of CMB reputation of being hard to do business with

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Explore policies to better align city functions for the modern workforce, including work hours, travel, cell phones and social media

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Leadership: Increased personal presence at key community meetings Leadership: Encourage stronger staff voice and leadership especially design and

aesthetics

Leadership: Continue to fully embrace the new Office of Inspector General

On Track

Ongoing

Ocean Drive/ Mixed Entertainment District: Continue to zealously address bad operators and strictly enforce ordinances Ocean Drive/ Mixed

Entertainment District: Work with stakeholder (including a BID, if formed) to create higher end activation and programming.
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Continue to implement the Transportation Master Plan, expanding the city s bicycle path network

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DETAILED PROGRESS REPORT FOR COMMISSION GOALS AND CITY MANAGER CONTRACT

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REPORT OVERVIEW

The following report includes detailed status updates of the items included in the City Manager s Performance Contract, effective April 1, 2019. They

are the organization s top priorities in support of the City Commission goals.
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There are 70 items within the contract, with seven of the items complete, 30 on track, 29 ongoing, three with minor disruptions, and one with a major

disruption affecting the deliverable timeline. These contract priorities were integrated into the Miami Beach Strategic Plan Through the Lens of Resilience, adopted unanimously on July 17, 2019. They are organized by the vision areas that are led by the City Commission goals from the October 3, 2018 and January 29, 2019 Goals Conferences.
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VISION AREA: PROSPERITY

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COMMISSION GOALS

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A. Arts and culture (2050) B. Attract local residents (2050) C. Change nature of tourism (2050) D. Education (2020) E. North Beach Town Center (2020)

F. Tourism balance improvements (2020) G. True City Center (2050) with MBCC Hotel and 17th Street Garage H. 41st Street (2020)
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1) Increased cultural offerings, including strengthening our existing cultural

institutions, bringing the artists back, and elevating the Collins Park cultural district.

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o Owner: Heather Shaw

o Status Update: Ongoing

o Project Description/ Scope: The Tourism and Culture department has re-

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launched the Culture Crawl which is a city-wide cultural initiative driving residents and tourists into our cultural institutions on the third

Thursday of every month, with free admission, dedicated trolley service and varied cultural programming. As part of the Culture Crawl, the city is producing small cultural
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VISION AREA PAGE PROSPERITY 1

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NEIGHBORHOODS 13

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ENVIRONMENT AND INFRASTRUCTURE

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MOBILITY 24

ORGANIZATIONAL INNOVATION 29

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installations in Collins Park to help rebuild awareness of the park as a Cultural Center within Miami Beach. We have supported community led cultural

activations through grants, marketing and in-kind donations (tables, chairs, stage, etc.).
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o Update: The third Thursday of each month, Collins Park has been the

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destination for site-specific performances commissioned by the city including Cuban Classical Ballet of Miami original choregraphed dances as well as

the promotion of The Bass Museum exhibition by Haegue Yang, Lara Favaretto and Michalene.
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2) Structure plan and identify financing for renovation of the Fillmore at the Jackie

Gleason Theater.

o Owner: Adrian Morales

o Start Date: April 11, 2019

o End Date: TBD

o Status Update: On Track

o Project Description/ Scope: Fully renovate The Fillmore at the Jackie Gleason

Theater to include architectural, structural, mechanical and electrical elements with Building Code compliance. Involves plumbing, fire protection,

acoustics and lighting.
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o Update: Preliminary conversations with Live Nation senior management have

been had to discuss a letter of interest and a renewal agreement, and it has been determined that Live Nation is willing to make a capital

investment. Conversations about potential funding sources and an RDA extension are ongoing with the city s Legal and Budget Departments. Meanwhile, CBRE is contemplating valuation of a management agreement for The Fillmore.
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3) Lincoln Road

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A. Continue to work with BID to achieve robust cultural and arts programming.

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o Owner: Heather Shaw

o Start Date: October 2019

o End Date: October 2020

o Percent Complete: 33

o Status Update: Ongoing

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o Project Description/ Scope: Leveraging the access to cultural institutions on and around Lincoln Road to engage tourists, drive business, promote

public art and cultural programming. As part of this effort, cultural institutions such as Miami Beach Urban Studios, FIU, New World Symphony, Oolite Arts, Department of Reflection and Miami New Drama offer informal pop-up performances, tours and immersive cultural experiences.
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o Update: In collaboration with the Miami City Ballet, the city performed a series of shows at the Colony Theater with special discounts for

residents. In addition, Lincoln Road cultural institutions continue to participate in the monthly Culture Crawl and contribute to exposing residents, tourists and visitors to a diverse collection of talks, screenings, exhibits and groundbreaking theater.
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4) Work with GMCVB and Spectra to program MBCC with conventions and trade shows.

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o Owner: Heather Shaw

o Start Date: October 2019

o End Date: October 2020

o Status Update: Ongoing

o Project Description/ Scope: GMCVB sales activities are on target to achieve

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the prospect and tentative sales goals, and ahead of pace to reach the annual goals. The GMCVB alone has over 1,200 prospect and over 200 tentative

sales opportunities. Prospect and tentative sales opportunities are on target to outperform established goals by 130 and 188 respectively.
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o Update: The city, GMCVB and Spectra are finalizing new marketing materials

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and campaigns with key messaging for disparate stakeholders/audiences. Messaging is being disseminated through direct and targeted channels that go

above and beyond our focused P1 and P2 business (boutique hotel meetings, galas, weddings, etc.).
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5) Ocean Drive/ Mixed Entertainment District

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A. Bring creative solutions to improve resident appeal, public safety perceptions and business vibrancy.

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o Owner: Amy Mehu

o Status Update: Ongoing

o Project Description/ Scope: Implement solutions to develop a more positive

image and attitude towards the Ocean Drive/Entertainment District area.

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o Update: Concerns were raised by staff, businesses and residential communities about over-loitering and vagrant activities on caf furniture past

operation hours. An item was approved by City Commission in February of 2020 that requires the stacking and securing of caf furniture on the right-of- way.
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B. Continue to zealously address bad operators and strictly enforce ordinances.

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o Owner: Amy Mehu

o Status Update: Ongoing

o Project Description/ Scope: Decrease and deter bad operator behavior on

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Ocean Drive/Entertainment District with stricter code enforcement and heavier oversight.

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o Update: Staff has worked with the City Attorney s Office to revise portions of

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the code that address unscrupulous operator behavior to create the Sidewalk Caf Code of Conduct, which was adopted by the City Commission on

September 11, 2019 (Ordinance 2019-4294). The code addresses solicitations, which is a frequent complaint by patrons and visitors of Ocean Drive. Since October, the code has issued 46 violations under the new ordinance, resulting in 13 sidewalk caf permit suspensions. The secret shopper program for cafes begins at the start of the next quarter. Results of those findings will be shared quarterly to hold operators accountable for violations.
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C. Work with stakeholder (including a BID, if formed) to create higher end activation and programming.

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o Owner: Amy Mehu

o Status Update: Ongoing

o Project Description/ Scope: Increase and expand on business/cultural/event activations that create a positive image for the area and are in-line

with stakeholder ideas.
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o Update: Prism programming in Lummus Park has been well-received and well-

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attended and the weekly Lummus Park Artisanal Market has been growing successfully, exceeding its annual fiscal expectations within its first 6

months of existence.
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Ocean Drive was one of the most highly visible settings in the world for Super Bowl 2020, with major media outlets broadcasting live 12 hours-a-day

from temporary studios with Ocean Drive as the backdrop. Tourism and Culture led the city-wide multi-agency taskforce to ensure successful implementation of activations for the Super Bowl March 2020.
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