The Agenda: There is an official agenda for every meeting of the City Commissioners, which determines the order of business conducted at the meeting.
The City Commission will not take action upon any matter, proposal, or item of business, which is not listed upon the official agenda, unless a majority of the Commission has first consented to the presentation for consideration and action.
Consent Agenda Items: These are items which the Commission does not need to discuss individually and which are voted on as a group. Regular Agenda
Items: These are items which the Commission will discuss individually in the order listed on the agenda. Voice Vote: A voice vote by the Commission indicates approval of the agenda item. This can be by either a regular voice vote with Ayes Nays or by a roll call vote.
Public Hearings: Any citizen may speak on an official agenda item under the section entitled Public Hearings. Public Audience: Any citizen may be
heard concerning any matter within the scope of the jurisdiction of the Commission - Time Limit - Three (3) Minutes. Regular Agenda Items: Any citizen may speak on any official agenda item(s) listed on the agenda after a motion has been made and properly seconded, with the exception of Consent Agenda Items that have not been pulled for separate vote, reports, presentations and first reading of Ordinances - Time Limit - Three (3) Minutes.
Decorum: Any person who disputes the meeting while addressing the Commission may be ordered by the presiding officer to cease further comments and/or
to step down from the podium. Failure to discontinue comments or step down when so ordered shall be treated as a continuing disruption of the public meeting. An order by the presiding officer issued to control the decorum of the meeting is binding, unless over-ruled by the majority vote of the Commission members present.
store for a new 3,454 sq. ft. convenience store, gas pump islands consisting of six (6) pump stations under a 3,096 sq. ft. canopy, and related site
amenities and improvements on a 1.05-acre parcel located at 101 W. Woolbright Road zoned C-3 (Community Commercial). Applicant: Shane Laakso, Creighton Development. (The applicant has requested to continue this agenda item to the April 7, 2020 Commission Meeting.)
D. Approval of the Master Plan Modification (MPMD 19-004) for the Boynton Beach Mall allowing for the phased conversion to a mixed use or life style
center with the reconfiguration of retail space, and the addition of residential, hotel and office uses to the existing movie theater, fitness center and church uses. (The applicant has requested to continue this agenda item to the March 18, 2020 Commission Meeting.)
A. Award of the City of Boynton Beach Entrepreneurship and Business Incubation Grants in the amount of 30,000 to the three (3) first ranked grant
applicants in the three (3) categories that received responses and provide consensus with staff recommendation to redirect the remaining funding, in the amount of 20,000, to support the future City Hall Innovation Space programs and infrastructure.
record includes the testimony and evidence upon which the appeal is to be based. (F.S. 286.0105)
The city shall furnish appropriate auxiliary aids and services where necessary to afford an individual with a disability an equal opportunity to
participate in and enjoy the benefits of a service, program, or activity conducted by the city. Please contact the City Clerk's office, (561) 742- 6060 or (TTY) 1-800-955-8771, at least 48 hours prior to the program or activity in order for the city to reasonably accommodate your request.
Explanation of Request: Palm Beach County Team Match Play was established in 1959. The Links at Boynton Beach joined in 2006 and this season its
women's team competed against Atlantis Country Club, Delray Beach Golf Course, Lake Worth Golf Course, PGA National Resort Golf Course, North Palm Beach Country Club, and Sandhill Crane Golf Club. This is the third year out of the last four years that the women's team from The Links has come in first place.
Explanation of Request: Boynton Beach, Florida, joins the anniversary of the Vietnam War on March 29, 2020, the third longest war in our country s
history, we reflect with solemn reverence upon the valor of a generation who served with honor. There are four residents of our community whose names appear on the Vietnam Veterans Memorial, who answered the call of duty with courage and valor. It is important to honor the men and women who survived this war and the men and women who gave their lives.
Explanation of Request: The City of Boynton Beach Art in Public Places has implemented an opportunity for emerging local or mid- career artists to
create and integrate public art in the City s Town Square redevelopment project. Sixteen total Palm Beach County artists submitted past artworks and answered an online written questionnaire. This pool of artists plus a few invited artists, applied to calls to artists for the Fire Station, South Parking Garage and City Hall lobby projects. Seven artists were shortlisted, prepared proposals and were selected by a City/Town Square Committee and the Arts Commission to create public artworks identified for the Town Square redevelopment project. The artworks are currently in fabrication for future installation.