Legislative Survey
FINAL OFFICIAL
Miami-Dade Board of County Commissioners Minutes
Tuesday, November 15, 2011
9:30:00 AM
Commission Chambers
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Members Present: Barbara J. Jordan; Jean Monestime; Sally A. Heyman; Bruno A. Barreiro; Rebeca Sosa; Xavier L. Suarez; Lynda Bell; Dennis C. Moss; Sen. Javier D. Souto; Joe A. Martinez; Jose "Pepe" Diaz; Esteban L. Bovo, Jr.
Members Absent: Audrey M. Edmonson
Members Late: None
Members Excused: None
Members Absent County Business: None

         
1 MINUTES PREPARED BY:  
  REPORT: Cynthia White, Commission Reporter
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1A ROLL CALL  
  REPORT: The following staff members were present: County Attorney Robert Cuevas, First Assistant County Attorney Abigail Price-Williams; Honorable County Mayor Carlos Gimenez; Deputy Mayor/County Manager Alina Hudak; Deputy Clerks Christopher Agrippa, Doris Dickens and Jovel Shaw.

It was announced that Vice Chairwoman Edmonson submitted a memorandum advising of her absent at today’s (11/15) Board of County Commission meeting.
 
1B MOMENT OF SILENCE  
  REPORT: The Board convened in a moment of silence followed by the Pledge of Allegiance.  
1C PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE  
 
1D SPECIAL PRESENTATIONS  
1D1  
  112394 Special Presentation      
  SPECIAL PRESENTATION: MEDAL OF VALOR Presented
  REPORT: Mr. Willard Shepard noted the Medal of Valor was being presented to the families of the men and women of the armed forces who paid the ultimate sacrifice of their lives while defending our country. He asked that everyone present please rise while the family members entered the Commission Chambers and remain standing in tribute until each family member was seated.

Following the presentation of colors by the U.S. Southern Command Color Guard, Mr. Shepard introduced Staff Sergeant Johnny Holiday, United States Air Force, to play the National Anthem.

Chaplain Darryl Robinson, Lt. Commander, United States Coast Guard, presented the invocation.

Mr. Shepard thanked the community for their support to the members of the armed forces.

Chairman Martinez commented on this special honor being bestowed upon the fallen heroes whose lives prematurely ended on distant battlefields while protecting this nation. He recognized those family members present today, who received the medal last year in honor of their loved ones, and thanked them for being present to commemorate the lives lost this past year. He also recognized all military personnel who were present.

Mr. Shepard acknowledged Commissioner Jordan’s leadership role in establishing this special honor to the families of the fallen soldiers.

Commissioner Jordan expressed her appreciation for the recognition and thanked Commissioner Diaz for his efforts and participation.

Mr. Shepard announced that Commissioner Diaz was the military liaison representing the Miami-Dade County Board of County Commissioners.

Commissioner Diaz stated he was honored to be present during today’s ceremony and spoke briefly about the time he served in the Marine Corps. He conveyed his blessings to the families receiving the Medal of Valor today.

Major General Juan Ayala, Chief of Staff, U.S. Southern Command, Miami, FL, spoke about the bravery of the fallen soldiers and assured their families that they would never be forgotten by their fellow soldiers and the units they served in.

Mr. Shepard asked Commissioners’ Jordan, Diaz, Chairman Martinez, and the Commissioner representing the district each family’s resided in, to join him as the families were presented with the Medal of Valor in honor of their loved one.

Various family members expressed their appreciation to the Board of County Commissioners for this special honor.

Following the Medal of Valor presentations, Chairman Martinez announced there would be a five minute recess.
 
1E CITIZEN'S PRESENTATIONS (5 MINUTES MAXIMUM)  
1E1  
  112395 Citizen's Presentation     Dennis C. Moss        
  CITIZEN’S PRESENTATION BY DR. WALTER T. RICHARDSON, CHAIRMAN, COMMUNITY RELATIONS BOARD REGARDING OFFICE OF COMMUNITY ADVOCACY STAFFING Presented
  REPORT: Commissioner Moss introduced Reverend Dr. Walter Richardson, Chairman of the Community Relations Board (CRB), to make a presentation on proposed staffing budget issues faced by the CRB.

Dr. Walter Richardson noted several past and present members of the CRB were present at today’s (11/15) meeting to voice their concerns with the County’s proposal to reduce the CRB staff by two-thirds and to urge the County to maintain the board’s current staff configuration.

The following persons appeared before the Board in support of the County maintaining staffing for the Office of Community Advocacy during the budget process.

1. Ms. Joanne Harvest Koren, former CRB chair, Administrator at UM, and practicing attorney
2. Ms. Adora Obe Nweze, former CRB chair

The foregoing speakers commented on the important role the CRB staff played in facilitating the board’s work. It was also noted that the CRB staff was critical in forging and nurturing community relationships that resulted in many successful programs and initiatives conducted by the CRB that included, but were not limited to, the areas of criminal justice; law enforcement; fair immigration; educational opportunity; constituent advocacy; economic and housing issues; lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community empowerment issues; equity; social justice; hate crimes; public discourse; media responsibility; and hate speech.

Mr. Richardson concluded the presentation by noting the proposed elimination of two-thirds of the CRB staff would be detrimental to the County and urged the Commission to allow the CRB and its staff to continue functioning at its current level.

Commissioner Moss concurred with the concerns expressed and stressed the importance of maintaining a viable and fully functional CRB. He asked that the County Commission attempt to find a solution to this dilemma.

Chairman Martinez spoke about the budget issues and departmental restructuring efforts currently faced by the County. He acknowledged the importance of the CRB; however noted the proposed staff reductions were part of the countywide board restructuring effort. He noted one solution for keeping the two CRB positions required each commissioner to contribute five to eight percent of their budget. He also explained the CRB was currently operating under a 17% deficit.

In response to an inquiry by Commissioner Moss regarding how much the County spent out of the general fund for Memorial Day weekend events throughout the County, Ms. Jennifer Glazer-Moon, Office of Management and Budget, explained County administration was working with the various entities holding events to provide them with support from staff that was currently working in that particular area, thus eliminating the need for additional staff and overtime pay. She further noted the line item for providing in-kind services was removed from the County budget approximately three to four years ago.

Commissioner Heyman expressed concern with several advisory boards under the office of the Chair, particularly the Office of Community Advocacy (CAA) who had only one staff member with a salary under $100,000 and an operating budget over $11 million; four advisory boards that consisted of only one member, with each member’s salary over $100,000; the three staff members for the Community Relations Board (CRB) whose salaries were also over $100,000. She spoke about recent concessions and layoffs imposed against county employees, which had not yet been imposed against any of the County’s advisory boards. She suggested the Black Affairs Advisory Board, Hispanic Affairs Advisory Board, Commission Advisory Board, and the Asian American Advisory Board be broadened and possibly consolidated in a reasonable manner and that CRB staff be maintained at reduced salaries.

Chairman Martinez clarified the Memorial Day weekend Urban Beach event was supported by the County’s Goodwill Ambassadors, who were under the Mayor’s purview.

Commissioner Bell concurred with Commissioner Heyman’s comments regarding staffing for the CRB and CAA. She commended the CRB for their outstanding work in the community, however expressed concern with the salaries, executive benefits, allowances, and comp pay being provided to County advisory board members as a whole. She stressed the need for all advisory boards to utilize more volunteers.

Chairman Martinez noted, in addition to the CRB’s 17% deficit the combined salaries of the two positions proposed to be eliminated amounted to approximately $237,000.

Commissioner Jordan opined that the salaries previously mentioned were salaries of employees who had been with the County fifteen to thirty years and expressed concern that county employees were being punished for the County’s pay plan. She reminded the Commission about the important role the CRB played in the community. She suggested the County Commission consider other options such as: a lead worker supervising CRB staff in lieu of a director; directing the Mayor to come up with the CRB shortfall by utilizing monies saved through the reorganization of county departments; and presenting the CRB with a specific budgeted amount and instructing them to present a restructuring plan to the County Commission.

Commissioner Sosa concurred with the remarks to consolidate some of the advisory boards and stressed the need to analyze all County advisory boards. She noted this issue was a budgetary problem due to the current economic situation and commented on the salary reductions, layoffs, and other concessions presently being made by county employees.

Chairman Martinez clarified each commissioner would need to contribute $20,300 from their district budget to make up the $264,000 needed to preserve the two CRB staff positions.

Commissioner Suarez stated he would be willing to allocate 10% of Commission District 7 Budget, approximately $81,400, for one staff person for the Office of Community Advocacy.

Chairman Martinez asked the Clerk and the Office of Budget Management to ensure that the appropriate paperwork was prepared to transfer 10% of Commission District 7 Budget immediately to the Office of Community Advocacy to fund for one staff person.

Commissioner Moss noted taxes would not be raised and firefighters would not be laid off in order to address this issue. He suggested Commissioner Suarez’ 10% allocation be viewed as gap funding and that the CRB work with Chairman Martinez to devise a budgeting and/or reorganization plan that would preserve all of the CRB positions.

In response to an inquiry by Chairman Martinez as to how long Commissioner Suarez’ allocation would support the two CRB positions, Ms. Glazer-Moon explained the $81,400 allocation would provide approximately three months of salary for both positions.

A discussion ensued regarding a proffered motion by Commissioner Suarez to allocate 10% of his Commission District 7 Budget to the CAA.

Commissioner Jordan stated she would be willing to allocate her Commissioner’s salary of $6,000 to the CAA for the two positions.

Chairman Martinez announced that following this discussion, the public hearings would be held and the Board would break for lunch.

Commissioner Heyman asked the Commission Auditor to provide a report reflecting the salaries, benefits, cost of living adjustment (COLA), pay increases, and other reductions in employees’ compensation under the County Commission’s purview; including the redistribution of funding for the Office of Community Advocacy for 2009-10 and 2010-11.

Commissioner Heyman also asked that the County Attorney and the directors of the Office Intergovernmental Affairs, the Office of Protocol, and Employee Recognition provide similar reports.

During a discussion on the CAA budget and the salaried positions, Dr. Richardson clarified the salaries previously mentioned had recently been reduced by 24%.

Mr. Bernard Diaz, Executive Director, Office of Community Advocacy (CAA), noted the two positions were proposed to be eliminated in order to make up the department’s 24% budget deficit

Ms. Glazer-Moon addressed CAA’s alleged deficit. She explained that the CAA reported to the Mayor two years ago and, at that time, CAA had a budget reduction of approximately half of their staff positions. Subsequently, the Board of County Commissioners (BCC) decided to place CAA under their purview and allocated the carryover accrued by the BCC Chair’s office to the CAA. She further noted, upon the Board’s adoption of this years proposed budget, the decision was made to absorb the reduction for the entire BCC budget by keeping commission office budgets flat and taking the reduction from other entities. Therefore, CAA’s alleged deficit being discussed today was actually the difference between how much the budgeted positions cost and the funding that was available to the CAA subsequent to the BCC’s decision; the amount being equivalent to the two positions.

Commissioner Moss proffered a motion to allocate 10% of Commission District 7 budget to the CAA and to accept Commissioner Jordan’s donation of $6,000, the equivalent of her commissioner’s salary, to the CAA. This motion was seconded by Commissioner Jordan, and upon being put to a vote, passed by a vote of 7-4, (Commissioners Bovo, Heyman, Sosa and Chairman Martinez voted No)(Commissioners Edmonson and Souto were absent)

Commissioner Moss asked that the Mayor or his deputy and the
Chairs of the County Commission and the Community Relations Board meet to develop a plan to restructure the Office of Community Advocacy and submit it to the Board for their consideration as soon as possible.

Later in the meeting, Commissioner Bell moved to reconsider Commissioner Moss’ allocation motion. The motion to reconsider was seconded by Commissioner Suarez, and passed unanimously by those members present.

Commissioner Bell noted she moved to reconsider the previous vote taken on the allocations to the CAA to in order to change her vote to a “No.”

Commissioner Diaz concurred and asked that his vote also be changed to a “No” vote.

A roll call vote was taken on Commissioner Moss’ foregoing motion to allocate 10% of Commission District 7 budget to the CAA and to accept Commissioner Jordan’s donation of $6,000, the equivalent of her commissioner’s salary, to the CAA. The vote resulted in a 5-5 tie vote, (Commissioners Bell, Bovo, Diaz, Sosa and Chairman Martinez voted No)(Commissioners Heyman and Sosa were absent); therefore the motion failed.
 
1F REPORTS OF OFFICIAL BOARDS  
1F1  
  112059 Report      
  SUNSET REVIEW OF COUNTY BOARDS FOR 2011 - TOURIST DEVELOPMENT COUNCIL Accepted
Mover: Rebeca Sosa
Seconder: Sally A. Heyman
Vote: 11 - 0
Absent: Edmonson , Suarez
  10/24/2011 Report Received by the Recreation & Cultural Affairs Committee  
1F2  
  112308 Report     Joe A. Martinez        
  FINANCIAL RECOVERY BOARD MONTHLY REPORT Withdrawn
Mover: Rebeca Sosa
Seconder: Sally A. Heyman
Vote: 11 - 0
Absent: Edmonson , Suarez
1G MOTION TO SET THE AGENDA AND "PULL LIST"  
  REPORT: County Attorney Cuevas advised that in addition to the changes listed in Chairman Martinez’s memorandum entitled “Changes for the November 15, 2011 BCC Meeting,” the following changes were being requested: Agenda Item 1E1 would be heard first; Commissioner Suarez added Agenda Items 8M3 and 8M6 to the pull list; Commissioner Diaz added Agenda Items 8F12, 8F13, and 8A1 to the pull list; Commissioner Bell added 8N5 to the pull list; Commissioner Jordan added 11A17 to the pull list; Agenda item 9A3 was added to the pull list to add appointees; Commissioner Souto asked to be added as a co-sponsor for Agenda Item 8H3; Commissioner Bell asked to be added as a co-sponsor for Agenda Items 11A7 and 11A13; Commissioner Diaz asked to be added as a co-sponsor to Agenda Item 11A2; and Agenda Items 8A3, 8F15 and its Supplement, 8F16 and its Supplement, 8H3, and 11A3 were released from the Pull List.

Commissioner Jordan invoked the 4-day rule on Agenda Item 14A6.

Commissioner Diaz asked to be added as a co-sponsor for Agenda Item 11A2.

County Attorney Cuevas stated the items to be considered at today’s meeting would be those items listed in the printed final agenda, with the additions, deferrals, withdrawals, and scrivener’s errors noted in Chairman Martinez’s memorandum entitled “Changes for the November 15, 2011 BCC Meetings,” and the aforementioned items. The Commission would approve all of those items by single vote, setting the agenda, except ordinances on first reading, public hearings, ordinances on second reading, and the Pull List Items.

It was moved by Commissioner Sosa that the Commission approve the foregoing changes to the November 15, 2011 Board of County Commissioners meeting Agenda with the changes listed in Chairman Martinez’s memorandum and the additional changes requested by the County Attorney and the Commissioners. This motion was seconded by Commissioner Heyman and upon being put to a vote, passed by a vote of 12-0 (Commissioner Edmonson were absent).

Commissioner Sosa asked County Administration to contact Jackson’s CEO to advise him that Agenda Item 11A17 was placed on the Pull List and ask that he be present when this item was discussed to address any concerns.
 
1H OFFICE OF COMMISSION AUDITOR  
1H1  
  112317 Report      
  APPROVAL OF QUARTERLY REPORT - BOARD DIRECTIVES (Commission Auditor) Approved
Mover: Rebeca Sosa
Seconder: Sally A. Heyman
Vote: 11 - 0
Absent: Edmonson , Suarez
1I OFFICE OF INTERGOVERNMENTAL AFFAIRS  
2 MAYORAL ISSUES  
2A MAYORAL VETOES  
2B MAYORAL REPORTS  
2C OTHER ISSUES  
3 CONSENT ITEMS  
3A1  
  112217 Resolution   Click here if you don't have Adobe PDF Reader Clerk's Official Copy     
  RESOLUTION RATIFYING THE COUNTY MAYOR OR THE COUNTY MAYOR’S DESIGNEE’S ACTION IN APPLYING FOR, RECEIVING AND EXPENDING STATE FUNDS IN THE AMOUNT OF $353,596 FROM THE FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF JUVENILE JUSTICE THROUGH THE SOUTH FLORIDA BEHAVIORAL HEALTH NETWORK FOR THE CONTINUATION OF THE JUVENILE TREATMENT ALTERNATIVES FOR SAFER COMMUNITIES PROGRAM; AUTHORIZING THE COUNTY MAYOR OR COUNTY MAYOR’S DESIGNEE TO EXECUTE CONTRACTS, AGREEMENTS, MEMORANDA OF UNDERSTANDING AND AMENDMENTS AFTER REVIEW BY THE COUNTY ATTORNEY’S OFFICE; AUTHORIZING THE COUNTY MAYOR OR THE COUNTY MAYOR’S DESIGNEE TO APPLY FOR, RECEIVE, AND EXPEND ADDITIONAL FUNDS THAT MAY BECOME AVAILABLE UNDER THIS PROGRAM FOR THIS PURPOSE AND EXECUTE ANY AMENDMENTS, MODIFICATIONS, RENEWAL, CANCELLATION AND TERMINATION CLAUSES(Juvenile Services Department) Adopted
Resolution R-947-11
Mover: Rebeca Sosa
Seconder: Sally A. Heyman
Vote: 11 - 0
Absent: Edmonson , Suarez
3A2  
  112220 Resolution   Click here if you don't have Adobe PDF Reader Clerk's Official Copy     
  RESOLUTION RATIFYING THE COUNTY MAYOR OR THE COUNTY MAYOR’S DESIGNEE’S ACTION IN RECEIVING AND EXPENDING STATE FUNDS FROM THE FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF JUVENILE JUSTICE FOR THE JUVENILE DIVERSION ALTERNATIVE PROGRAM, IN THE APPROXIMATE AMOUNT OF $2,351,190.27, FOR THE MIAMI-DADE COUNTY JUVENILE SERVICES DEPARTMENT; AUTHORIZING THE COUNTY MAYOR OR COUNTY MAYOR’S DESIGNEE TO EXECUTE CONTRACTS, AGREEMENTS, MEMORANDA OF UNDERSTANDING AND AMENDMENTS AFTER REVIEW BY THE COUNTY ATTORNEY’S OFFICE; AUTHORIZING THE COUNTY MAYOR OR THE COUNTY MAYOR’S DESIGNEE TO APPLY FOR, RECEIVE, AND EXPEND ADDITIONAL FUNDS THAT MAY BECOME AVAILABLE UNDER THIS PROGRAM FOR THIS PURPOSE AND EXECUTE ANY AMENDMENTS, MODIFICATIONS, RENEWAL, CANCELLATION AND TERMINATION CLAUSES(Juvenile Services Department) Adopted
Resolution 948-11
Mover: Rebeca Sosa
Seconder: Sally A. Heyman
Vote: 11 - 0
Absent: Edmonson , Suarez
4 ORDINANCES FOR FIRST READING  
4A  
  112342 Ordinance   Joe A. Martinez
Jose "Pepe" Diaz
       
  ORDINANCE GRANTING PETITION OF LENNAR HOMES, LLC, FOR ESTABLISHMENT OF A COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT DISTRICT; CREATING AND ESTABLISHING INTERLAKEN COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT DISTRICT PROVIDING FOR NAME, POWERS AND DUTIES; PROVIDING DESCRIPTION AND BOUNDARIES; PROVIDING INITIAL MEMBERS OF BOARD OF SUPERVISORS; ACCEPTING PROFFERED DECLARATION OF RESTRICTIVE COVENANTS; PROVIDING SEVERABILITY; EXCLUSION FROM THE CODE AND AN EFFECTIVE DATE Adopted on first reading
Public Hearing: December 19, 2011
Mover: Lynda Bell
Seconder: Esteban L. Bovo, Jr.
Vote: 11 - 0
Absent: Edmonson , Suarez
  REPORT: The foregoing proposed ordinance was adopted on first reading and scheduled for public hearing before the Board of County Commissioners (BCC) on Monday, December 19, 2011 at 9:30 A.M.

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4B  
  112330 Ordinance     Sen. Javier D. Souto        
  ORDINANCE CREATING SECTION 2-103.15.5 OF THE MIAMI-DADE COUNTY CODE REQUIRING DISCLOSURES OF INFORMATION ON SIGNS AND PROHIBITING POSSESSION OF SIGNS WITHOUT THE DISCLOSURE; AMENDING SECTION 8CC-10 TO PROVIDE FOR PENALTIES FOR VIOLATIONS; PROVIDING SEVERABILITY, INCLUSION IN THE CODE, AND AN EFFECTIVE DATE Adopted on first reading
Public Hearing: December 14, 2011
Mover: Lynda Bell
Seconder: Esteban L. Bovo, Jr.
Vote: 11 - 0
Absent: Edmonson , Suarez
  REPORT: The foregoing proposed ordinance was adopted on first reading and scheduled for public hearing before the Infrastructure and Land Use Committee (ILUC) on Wednesday, December 14, 2011 at 2:00 P.M.  
5 PUBLIC HEARINGS (Scheduled for 9:30 a.m.)  
5A  
  112258 Ordinance     Joe A. Martinez        
  ORDINANCE RELATED TO ZONING AND PERTAINING TO TRADITIONAL NEIGHBORHOOD DEVELOPMENT DISTRICT (TND); AMENDING SECTIONS 33-284.47, 33-284.51 AND 33-284.53 OF THE CODE OF MIAMI-DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA PERTAINING TO DESIGN CRITERIA, LAND USE CATEGORIES, OWNERSHIP AND MAINTENANCE OF COMMON OPEN SPACE(S) AND CIVIC USE BUILDINGS, RESPECTIVELY; PROVIDING SEVERABILITY, INCLUSION IN THE CODE, AND AN EFFECTIVE DATE Withdrawn
  REPORT: (SEE AGENDA ITEM 5A SUBSTITUTE; LEGISLATIVE FILE NO. 112402)  
  11/3/2011 Adopted on first reading by the Board of County Commissioners  
  11/3/2011 Tentatively scheduled for a public hearing by the Board of County Commissioners  
5A SUBSTITUTE  
  112402 Ordinance   Click here if you don't have Adobe PDF Reader Clerk's Official Copy    Joe A. Martinez        
  ORDINANCE RELATED TO ZONING AND PERTAINING TO TRADITIONAL NEIGHBORHOOD DEVELOPMENT DISTRICT (TND); AMENDING SECTIONS 33-284.47, 33-284.51 AND 33-284.53 OF THE CODE OF MIAMI-DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA PERTAINING TO DESIGN CRITERIA, LAND USE CATEGORIES, OWNERSHIP AND MAINTENANCE OF COMMON OPEN SPACE(S) AND CIVIC USE BUILDINGS, RESPECTIVELY; PROVIDING SEVERABILITY, INCLUSION IN THE CODE, AND AN EFFECTIVE DATE (SEE ORIGINAL ITEM UNDER FILE NO. 112258) Adopted
Ordinance 11-83
Mover: Joe A. Martinez
Seconder: Jose "Pepe" Diaz
Vote: 11 - 0
Absent: Edmonson , Suarez
  REPORT: First Assistant County Attorney Abigail Price-Williams read the foregoing proposed ordinance into the record.

Chairman Moss opened the public hearing and called for persons wishing to speak to on this item. He closed the public hearing after no one appeared.

Hearing no questions or comments, the Board proceeded to vote.
 
5B  
  112262 Ordinance   Click here if you don't have Adobe PDF Reader Clerk's Official Copy    Joe A. Martinez        
  ORDINANCE REGARDING RULES OF PROCEDURE OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS; AMENDING SECTION 2-1 OF THE CODE OF MIAMI-DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA, RELATING TO AUTHORITY TO SPONSOR OR PRESENT ITEMS ON COMMISSION AGENDA; PROVIDING THAT PRIVATE APPLICATIONS FOR AMENDMENT, MODIFICATION, ADDITION, OR CHANGE TO THE COMPREHENSIVE DEVELOPMENT MASTER PLAN (“CDMP”) SHALL BE PLACED ON CDMP AGENDA UNDER CERTAIN CIRCUMSTANCES; PROVIDING FOR SEVERABILITY, INCLUSION IN THE CODE, AND AN EFFECTIVE DATE Adopted
Ordinance 11-84
Mover: Joe A. Martinez
Seconder: Rebeca Sosa
Vote: 11 - 0
Absent: Edmonson , Suarez
  REPORT: First Assistant County Attorney Abigail Price-Williams read the foregoing proposed ordinance into the record.

Chairman Moss opened the public hearing and called for persons wishing to speak to on this item. He closed the public hearing after no one appeared.

Hearing no questions or comments, the Board proceeded to vote.
 
  11/3/2011 Adopted on first reading by the Board of County Commissioners  
  11/3/2011 Tentatively scheduled for a public hearing by the Board of County Commissioners  
5B SUPPLEMENT  
  112390 Supplement      
  FISCAL IMPACT STATEMENT TO ORDINANCE REGARDING RULES OF PROCEDURE OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS; AMENDING SECTION 2-1 OF THE CODE OF MIAMI-DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA, RELATING TO AUTHORITY TO SPONSOR OR PRESENT ITEMS ON COMMISSION AGENDA; PROVIDING THAT PRIVATE APPLICATIONS FOR AMENDMENT, MODIFICATION, ADDITION, OR CHANGE TO THE COMPREHENSIVE DEVELOPMENT MASTER PLAN (“CDMP”) SHALL BE PLACED ON CDMP AGENDA UNDER CERTAIN CIRCUMSTANCES Accepted
Mover: Joe A. Martinez
Seconder: Rebeca Sosa
Vote: 11 - 0
Absent: Edmonson , Suarez
5C  
  112270 Ordinance   Click here if you don't have Adobe PDF Reader Clerk's Official Copy    Joe A. Martinez        
  ORDINANCE PERTAINING TO ZONING; AMENDING SECTION 33-259 OF THE CODE OF MIAMI-DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA; PROVIDING FOR HOME IMPROVEMENT WAREHOUSES IN THE IU-1, INDUSTRIAL, LIGHT MANUFACTURING DISTRICT; PROVIDING SEVERABILITY, INCLUSION IN THE CODE, AND AN EFFECTIVE DATE Adopted
Ordinance 11-85
Mover: Joe A. Martinez
Seconder: Esteban L. Bovo, Jr.
Vote: 11 - 0
Absent: Edmonson , Suarez
  REPORT: First Assistant County Attorney Abigail Price-Williams read the foregoing proposed ordinance into the record.

Chairman Moss opened the public hearing and called for persons wishing to speak to on this item. He closed the public hearing after no one appeared.

Hearing no questions or comments, the Board proceeded to vote.
 
  11/3/2011 Adopted on first reading by the Board of County Commissioners  
  11/3/2011 Tentatively scheduled for a public hearing by the Board of County Commissioners  
5D  
  112019 Ordinance   Click here if you don't have Adobe PDF Reader Clerk's Official Copy    Joe A. Martinez        
  ORDINANCE RELATING TO ZONING; MODIFYING NOTICE REQUIREMENTS AND PROCEDURES FOR APPLICATIONS TO EXTEND EXPIRATION DATES, BUILD OUT DATES, AND PHASING DEADLINES IN CERTAIN PREVIOUSLY APPROVED DEVELOPMENT OF REGIONAL IMPACT DEVELOPMENT ORDERS AND RELATED ZONING ACTIONS; AMENDING SECTIONS 33-303.1, 33-309, 33-310, AND 33-311 OF THE CODE OF MIAMI-DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA; PROVIDING SEVERABILITY, INCLUSION IN THE CODE, AND AN EFFECTIVE DATE Adopted
Ordinance 11-86
Mover: Joe A. Martinez
Seconder: Jean Monestime
Vote: 11 - 0
Absent: Edmonson , Suarez
  REPORT: First Assistant County Attorney Abigail Price-Williams read the foregoing proposed ordinance into the record.

Chairman Moss opened the public hearing and called for persons wishing to speak to on this item. He closed the public hearing after no one appeared.

Hearing no questions or comments, the Board proceeded to vote.
 
  10/18/2011 Adopted on first reading by the Board of County Commissioners  
  11/3/2011 Public hearing and Second Reading Rescheduled by the Board of County Commissioners  
  11/3/2011 Public hearing and Second Reading Rescheduled by the Board of County Commissioners  
5E  
  112000 Resolution   Click here if you don't have Adobe PDF Reader Clerk's Official Copy    Lynda Bell        
  RESOLUTION GRANTING PETITION TO CLOSE ALI COGIA CIRCLE, FROM SW 213 STREET TO SW 214 STREET (ROAD CLOSING PETITION NO. P-889)(Public Works & Waste Management) Adopted
Resolution R-949-11
Mover: Lynda Bell
Seconder: Joe A. Martinez
Vote: 11 - 0
Absent: Edmonson , Suarez
  REPORT: First Assistant County Attorney Abigail Price-Williams read the foregoing proposed ordinance into the record.

Chairman Moss opened the public hearing and called for persons wishing to speak to on this item. He closed the public hearing after no one appeared.

Hearing no questions or comments, the Board proceeded to vote.
 
  10/26/2011 Forwarded to BCC with a favorable recommendation by the Infrastructure and Land Use Committee  
6 CHAIRMAN OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS  
6A RESOLUTIONS  
6B POLICY MATTERS FOR DISCUSSION BY THE BOARD  
6B1  
  112401 Discussion Item     Dennis C. Moss        
  DISCUSSION RE: 2011-12 BUILDING BETTER COMMUNITIES GENERAL OBLIGATION BOND PROGRAM PROJECTS Carried over to November 23, 2011
7 ORDINANCES SET FOR SECOND READING  
7A  
  112343 Ordinance   Click here if you don't have Adobe PDF Reader Clerk's Official Copy    Bruno A. Barreiro        
  ORDINANCE AMENDING SECTIONS 12-17 AND 12-21 OF THE CODE OF MIAMI-DADE COUNTY REGARDING THE FILING OF CAMPAIGN FINANCE REPORTS WITH THE SUPERVISOR OF ELECTIONS AND PROVIDING SEVERABILITY, INCLUSION IN THE CODE, AND AN EFFECTIVE DATE [SEE ORIGINAL ITEM UNDER FILE NO. 111734] Adopted
Ordinance 11-87
Mover: Bruno A. Barreiro
Seconder: Jose "Pepe" Diaz
Vote: 11 - 0
Absent: Edmonson , Suarez
  10/26/2011 Forwarded to BCC with a favorable recommendation with committee amendment(s) by the Infrastructure and Land Use Committee  
7B  
  111745 Ordinance   Click here if you don't have Adobe PDF Reader Clerk's Official Copy    Jose "Pepe" Diaz        
  ORDINANCE REPEALING ORDINANCE 07-163 FOR THE ESTABLISHMENT OF A COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT DISTRICT; DISSOLVING PALM ISLE AT DORAL COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT DISTRICT; PROVIDING SEVERABILITY, EXCLUSION FROM THE CODE, AND AN EFFECTIVE DATE Adopted
Ordinance 11-88
Mover: Jose "Pepe" Diaz
Seconder: Rebeca Sosa
Vote: 11 - 0
Absent: Edmonson , Suarez
  9/1/2011 Adopted on first reading by the Board of County Commissioners  
  9/1/2011 Tentatively scheduled for a public hearing by the Board of County Commissioners  
  10/26/2011 Forwarded to BCC with a favorable recommendation by the Economic Development & Social Services Committee  
7C  
  111849 Ordinance   Click here if you don't have Adobe PDF Reader Clerk's Official Copy    Sally A. Heyman
Lynda Bell
       
  ORDINANCE CREATING SECTION 8A-1.2 OF THE CODE OF MIAMI-DADE COUNTY; REQUIRING RENTAL CAR COMPANIES TO PROVIDE PUBLIC NOTICE OF FEES ASSOCIATED WITH THE USE OF SUNPASS EQUIPMENT, PROVIDING DEFINITIONS; AMENDING SECTION 8CC-10 OF THE CODE OF MIAMI-DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA; PROVIDING SEVERABILITY, INCLUSION IN THE CODE, AND AN EFFECTIVE DATE Adopted
Ordinance 11-89
Mover: Sally A. Heyman
Seconder: Rebeca Sosa
Vote: 11 - 0
Absent: Edmonson , Suarez
  9/20/2011 Adopted on first reading by the Board of County Commissioners  
  9/20/2011 Tentatively scheduled for a public hearing by the Board of County Commissioners  
  10/24/2011 Forwarded with a favorable recommendation by the Regional Transportation Committee  
7D  
  112345 Ordinance     Barbara J. Jordan        
  ORDINANCE AMENDING ORDINANCE 10-29; PROVIDING THAT THE MIAMI-DADE COUNTY MEDAL OF VALOR PROGRAM SHALL BE ADMINISTERED BY THE PROTOCOL AND EMPLOYEE RECOGNITION DIVISION; CHANGING THE PRESENTATION DATE FOR MEDALS OF VALOR; PROVIDING SEVERABILITY, INCLUSION IN THE CODE, AND AN EFFECTIVE DATE [SEE ORIGINAL ITEM UNDER FILE NO. 111714] Withdrawn
  REPORT: The foregoing proposed ordinance was withdrawn by Commissioner Jordan, the Prime Sponsor.  
  10/25/2011 Forwarded to BCC with a favorable recommendation with committee amendment(s) by the Public Safety & Healthcare Admin Cmte  
7E  
  112364 Ordinance     Barbara J. Jordan
Audrey M. Edmonson
Jean Monestime
Dennis C. Moss
       
  ORDINANCE RELATING TO THE COLLECTION OF DATA FOR A DISPARITY STUDY IN CONNECTION WITH RACE, GENDER AND ETHNIC BASED CONTRACTING PROGRAMS; REQUIRING COUNTY CONTRACTORS TO REPORT THE RACE, GENDER AND ETHNIC MAKEUP OF THE OWNERSHIP OF SUBCONTRACTORS PERFORMING THE WORK; REQUIRING COUNTY CONTRACTORS TO REPORT PAYMENTS MADE TO ALL SUBCONTRACTORS UNDER THE CONTRACT; AMENDING SECTIONS 2-8.1, 2-8.8 AND 10-34 OF THE CODE; PROVIDING SEVERABILITY, INCLUSION IN THE CODE, AND AN EFFECTIVE DATE [SEE ORIGINAL ITEM UNDER FILE NO. 111901] Amended
  REPORT: See Agenda Item 7E Amended, Legislative File No. 121279 for the amended version.  
  10/26/2011 Forwarded to BCC with a favorable recommendation with committee amendment(s) by the Infrastructure and Land Use Committee  
7E AMENDED  
  121279 Ordinance   Click here if you don't have Adobe PDF Reader Clerk's Official Copy    Barbara J. Jordan
Audrey M. Edmonson
Jean Monestime
       
  ORDINANCE RELATING TO THE COLLECTION OF DATA FOR A DISPARITY STUDY IN CONNECTION WITH RACE, GENDER AND ETHNIC BASED CONTRACTING PROGRAMS; REQUIRING COUNTY CONTRACTORS TO REPORT THE RACE, GENDER AND ETHNIC MAKEUP OF THE OWNERSHIP OF SUBCONTRACTORS PERFORMING THE WORK; REQUIRING COUNTY CONTRACTORS TO REPORT PAYMENTS MADE TO ALL SUBCONTRACTORS UNDER THE CONTRACT; AMENDING SECTIONS 2-8.1, 28.8 AND 10-34 OF THE CODE; PROVIDING SEVERABILITY, INCLUSION IN THE CODE, AND AN EFFECTIVE DATE (SEE ORIGINAL ITEM UNDER FILE NO. 111901,112364) Adopted as amended
Ordinance 11-90
Mover: Barbara J. Jordan
Seconder: Jean Monestime
Vote: 11 - 0
Absent: Edmonson , Suarez
  REPORT: Commissioner Sosa commented on the required information to be submitted by the bidding contractor and suggested that information also include a comparison based on the county-wide population and the number of minorities awarded county contracts.

Commissioner Jordan clarified that this legislation required bidding contractors to submit comprehensive information, addressing ethnicity, race, and gender, on the first tier of subcontractor’s and their employees.

Commissioner Diaz expressed concern that the wording in this proposed ordinance required bidding contractors to submit the information prior to bidding or being awarded a contract.

Commissioner Jordan explained the purpose of this ordinance and noted the bidding contractor had three opportunities to submit the required information: when submitting the bid; during the selection process; or prior to the County’s last payment on the awarded contract.

A discussion ensued regarding the intent of this ordinance at which point County Attorney Cuevas advised that, as written, the bidding contractor was required to submit the subcontractor’s information prior to final payment by the County. He noted if the bidding contractor failed to provide this information, they could be precluded from being awarded a contract if staff determined the required data was not reasonably available.

Assistant County Attorney Hugo Benitez advised the foregoing proposed ordinance may be amended to add language stating that the information, a report listing the race, gender and ethnic origin of the owners and employees, be made part of the contract requirements and submitted prior to final payment, but not a part of the bid submission. He further clarified that the bid award should not be conditioned upon the submittal of that information.

It was moved by Commissioner Jordan that the Board adopt the foregoing proposed ordinance as amended to insert language stating that the report listing the owners and employees’ race, gender, and ethnic origin be made part of the awarded contract requirements; and submitted prior to final payment, but not as part of the bid proposal. This motion was seconded by Commissioner Monestime, and upon being put to a vote, passed by a vote of 11-0 (Commissioners Edmonson and Suarez were absent).
 
7F  
  111481 Ordinance   Click here if you don't have Adobe PDF Reader Clerk's Official Copy    Audrey M. Edmonson        
  ORDINANCE AMENDING SECTION 24-25 OF THE CODE OF MIAMI-DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA; PROVIDING FOR ADOPTION OF CHANGES TO UNITED STATES ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY REGULATIONS RELATING TO PRETREATMENT STANDARDS; AMENDING SECTION 24-42.4 OF THE CODE RELATING TO SANITARY SEWER DISCHARGE LIMITATIONS AND PRETREATMENT STANDARDS TO CORRECT A REFERENCE TO THE CODE; PROVIDING SEVERABILITY, INCLUSION IN THE CODE, AND AN EFFECTIVE DATE(Permitting, Environment & Regulatory Affairs) Adopted
Ordinance 11-91
Mover: Lynda Bell
Seconder: Jose "Pepe" Diaz
Vote: 11 - 0
Absent: Edmonson , Suarez
  8/25/2011 Requires Municipal Notification by the Board of County Commissioners  
  9/1/2011 Adopted on first reading by the Board of County Commissioners  
  9/1/2011 Tentatively scheduled for a public hearing by the Board of County Commissioners  
  9/2/2011 Municipalities notified of public hearing by the Board of County Commissioners  
  10/26/2011 Forwarded to BCC with a favorable recommendation by the Infrastructure and Land Use Committee  
7G  
  112365 Ordinance     Audrey M. Edmonson        
  ORDINANCE PERTAINING TO ZONING; AMENDING SECTION 33-1 AND CREATING SECTION 33-14.1 OF THE CODE OF MIAMI-DADE COUNTY; AUTHORIZING MOBILE SALES AND MOBILE FOOD SERVICE OPERATIONS; REQUIRING COUNTY MAYOR OR DESIGNEE TO REPORT ON IMPLEMENTATION OF THIS ORDINANCE WITHIN ONE YEAR OF EFFECTIVE DATE; PROVIDING SUNSET CLAUSE; PROVIDING SEVERABILITY, INCLUSION IN THE CODE, AND AN EFFECTIVE DATE (SEE ORIGINAL ITEM UNDER FILE NO. 112263)(Sustainability, Planning & Economic Enhancement) Amended
  REPORT: See Agenda Item 7G, Legislative File No. 112611 for the amended version.  
  10/26/2011 Forwarded to BCC with a favorable recommendation with committee amendment(s) by the Infrastructure and Land Use Committee  
7G AMENDED  
  112611 Ordinance   Click here if you don't have Adobe PDF Reader Clerk's Official Copy    Audrey M. Edmonson        
  ORDINANCE PERTAINING TO ZONING; AMENDING SECTION 33-1 AND CREATING SECTION 33-14.1 OF THE CODE OF MIAMI-DADE COUNTY; AUTHORIZING MOBILE SALES AND MOBILE FOOD SERVICE OPERATIONS; REQUIRING COUNTY MAYOR OR DESIGNEE TO REPORT ON IMPLEMENTATION OF THIS ORDINANCE WITHIN ONE YEAR OF EFFECTIVE DATE; PROVIDING SUNSET CLAUSE; PROVIDING SEVERABILITY, INCLUSION IN THE CODE, AND AN EFFECTIVE DATE (SEE ORIGINAL ITEM UNDER FILE NO. 112365)(Sustainability, Planning & Economic Enhancement) Adopted as amended
Ordinance 11-92
Mover: Lynda Bell
Seconder: Jean Monestime
Vote: 8 - 2
No: Sosa , Souto
Absent: Edmonson , Heyman , Barreiro
  REPORT: Commissioner Heyman recused herself from voting on the foregoing proposed ordinance.

Mr. Eric Silva, Permitting, Environment & Regulatory Affairs Department, read amended language into the record for the Board’s consideration.

The Board, by motion duly made, seconded and carried, adopted the foregoing proposed ordinance as amended to add the words “Traveling” and “…church” to the last sentence on handwritten page 7, subsection (a) to read as follows: “Traveling mobile operations are also permissible in the residential zoning districts on properties having a current certificate of use and occupancy as museum, hospital or school and church.”
 
8 DEPARTMENTAL ITEMS  
8A AVIATION DEPARTMENT  
8A1  
  112133 Resolution   Click here if you don't have Adobe PDF Reader Clerk's Official Copy    Bruno A. Barreiro
Rebeca Sosa
Sen. Javier D. Souto
       
  RESOLUTION RELATING TO MIAMI INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT; APPROVING AGREEMENT FOR CONVEYANCE BETWEEN THE FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION (FDOT) AND MIAMI-DADE COUNTY UNDER WHICH FDOT WILL CONVEY TO THE COUNTY FOR $95,000,000 PAYABLE EXCLUSIVELY FROM CUSTOMER FACILITY CHARGES AND CONTINGENT RENT PAYMENTS AND NOT FROM COUNTY OR AVIATION DEPARTMENT FUNDS, THE RENTAL CAR CENTER CONSTRUCTED BY FDOT AT SUCH AIRPORT; APPROVING FORM OF QUIT CLAIM DEED AND AERIAL EASEMENT ATTACHED AS EXHIBITS TO SUCH AGREEMENT FOR CONVEYANCE; WAIVING COMPETITIVE BIDDING TO ALLOW THE PARTICIPATING CAR RENTAL COMPANIES AT THE RCC TO PROVIDE OPERATIONAL AND MAINTENANCE SERVICES FOR THE MIC/MIA TRAIN STATION LOCATED AT THE RCC; WAIVING THE REQUIREMENT OF SECTION 2-10.4.2 OF THE CODE OF MIAMI-DADE COUNTY THAT APPRAISALS BE OBTAINED FOR THE CONVEYANCE OF THE RCC; AND AUTHORIZING MAYOR OR DESIGNEE TO EXECUTE SUCH AGREEMENT AND TO TAKE ALL NECESSARY OR REASONABLE ACTIONS TO EFFECTUATE THE TERMS OF THIS RESOLUTION AND THE COUNTY’S OBLIGATIONS UNDER THE FEDERAL AND RCC LOAN DOCUMENTS RELATING TO CONSTRUCTION AND USE OF THE RCC(Aviation Department) Adopted
Resolution R-950-11
Mover: Bruno A. Barreiro
Seconder: Jose "Pepe" Diaz
Vote: 9 - 0
Absent: Edmonson , Heyman , Suarez , Souto
  10/24/2011 Forwarded with a favorable recommendation by the Regional Transportation Committee  
8A2  
  112016 Resolution   Click here if you don't have Adobe PDF Reader Clerk's Official Copy     
  RESOLUTION REJECTING ALL PROPOSALS RECEIVED IN CONNECTION WITH ELECTRONIC CONCIERGE SERVICES AT MIAMI INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT, RFP NO. MDAD-01-11(Aviation Department) Adopted
Resolution R-951-11
Mover: Rebeca Sosa
Seconder: Sally A. Heyman
Vote: 11 - 0
Absent: Edmonson , Suarez
  10/24/2011 Forwarded with a favorable recommendation by the Regional Transportation Committee  
  11/7/2011 Legislative notes attached by the Commission Auditor  
8A3  
  112037 Resolution   Click here if you don't have Adobe PDF Reader Clerk's Official Copy     
  RESOLUTION RELATING TO MIAMI INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT; APPROVING EXCLUSIVE DEMAND SHARED GROUND TRANSPORTATION SERVICES AGREEMENT WITH AMERICAN SHUTTLE, INC. (A.S.) FOR A.S. TO PROVIDE DEMAND GROUND TRANSPORTATION SERVICES TO AND FROM THE AIRPORT FOR A MINIMUM ANNUAL GUARANTEE OF $783,137.50; AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR OR DESIGNEE TO EXECUTE SUCH AGREEMENT AND TO EXERCISE THE RENEWAL AND TERMINATION PROVISIONS THEREIN(Aviation Department) Adopted
Resolution R-952-11
Mover: Rebeca Sosa
Seconder: Sally A. Heyman
Vote: 11 - 0
Absent: Edmonson , Suarez
  10/24/2011 Forwarded with a favorable recommendation by the Regional Transportation Committee  
  11/7/2011 Legislative notes attached by the Commission Auditor  
8A4  
  112038 Resolution   Click here if you don't have Adobe PDF Reader Clerk's Official Copy     
  RESOLUTION APPROVING PROFESSIONAL SERVICES AGREEMENT BETWEEN MIAMI-DADE COUNTY AND LANDRUM & BROWN, INC., FOR AVIATION ACOUSTICAL & LAND-USE COMPATIBILITY PLANNING SERVICES, PROJECT NO. E11-MDAD-01; IN AN AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED $551,375; AND AUTHORIZING COUNTY MAYOR OR COUNTY MAYOR'S DESIGNEE TO EXECUTE THE AGREEMENT AND TO EXERCISE THE TERMINATION PROVISIONS CONTAINED THEREIN(Aviation Department) Adopted
Resolution R-953-11
Mover: Barbara J. Jordan
Seconder: Rebeca Sosa
Vote: 11 - 0
Absent: Edmonson , Suarez
  REPORT: Commissioner Jordan requested that the Aviation Department Director to submit a report stating the reason for the Review Committee’s determination that, “No measure – insufficient availability” on all bid award recommendations.  
  10/24/2011 Forwarded with a favorable recommendation by the Regional Transportation Committee  
  11/7/2011 Legislative notes attached by the Commission Auditor  
8A5  
  112039 Resolution   Click here if you don't have Adobe PDF Reader Clerk's Official Copy     
  RESOLUTION APPROVING PROFESSIONAL SERVICES AGREEMENT BETWEEN MIAMI-DADE COUNTY AND ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE ASSOCIATES CORPORATION, FOR AVIATION ACOUSTICAL & LAND-USE COMPATIBILITY PLANNING SERVICES, PROJECT NO. E11-MDAD-01; IN AN AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED $551,375; AND AUTHORIZING COUNTY MAYOR OR COUNTY MAYOR’S DESIGNEE TO EXECUTE THE AGREEMENT AND TO EXERCISE THE TERMINATION PROVISIONS CONTAINED THEREIN(Aviation Department) Adopted
Resolution R-954-11
Mover: Barbara J. Jordan
Seconder: Rebeca Sosa
Vote: 11 - 0
Absent: Edmonson , Suarez
  10/24/2011 Forwarded with a favorable recommendation by the Regional Transportation Committee  
  11/7/2011 Legislative notes attached by the Commission Auditor  
8B thru 8E (No items were submitted for these sections.)  
8F INTERNAL SERVICES DEPARTMENT  
8F1  
  112195 Resolution   Click here if you don't have Adobe PDF Reader Clerk's Official Copy    Sally A. Heyman        
  RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING EXECUTION OF AN AGREEMENT IN THE AMOUNT OF $15,917,956 WITH B&C TRANSIT, INC. TO PROVIDE METRORAIL CONTROL CENTER UPGRADE SERVICES, AUTHORIZING THE COUNTY MAYOR OR COUNTY MAYOR’S DESIGNEE TO EXECUTE AN AGREEMENT FOR AND ON BEHALF OF MIAMI-DADE COUNTY AND TO EXERCISE ANY CANCELLATION AND RENEWAL PROVISIONS, TO EXERCISE ALL OTHER RIGHTS CONTAINED THEREIN, AND AUTHORIZING THE USE OF CHARTER COUNTY TRANSPORTATION SURTAX FUNDS CONTRACT NO. 725 [SEE ORIGINAL ITEM UNDER FILE NO. 111935](Internal Services) Adopted
Resolution R-955-11
Mover: Rebeca Sosa
Seconder: Sally A. Heyman
Vote: 11 - 0
Absent: Edmonson , Suarez
  10/24/2011 Forwarded with a favorable recommendation by the Regional Transportation Committee  
8F2  
  112064 Resolution   Click here if you don't have Adobe PDF Reader Clerk's Official Copy    Dennis C. Moss        
  RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE EXECUTION OF TWO CONTRACTS FOR SALE AND PURCHASE BETWEEN NORMA MURRAY, MARSHA A. LEE, CLARICE WASHINGTON, NORMAN SYMONETTE, JEFFREY SYMONETTE, AND ANGELA DORSAINVILLE FOR PROPERTY LOCATED AT 11325 SW 220 STREET IN THE AMOUNT OF $41,760.00 AND BETWEEN NORMA MURRAY, EDISON SYMONETTE, MARSHA A. LEE, CLARICE WASHINGTON, ROGER SYMONETTE, NORMAN SYMONETTE, JEFFREY SYMONETTE, ANGELA DORSAINVILLE, AND DARYL HARRIS, FOR PROPERTY LOCATED AT 11335 SW 220 STREET IN THE AMOUNT OF $69,900.00 AND MIAMI-DADE COUNTY, AS BUYER, FOR THE PURPOSE OF EXPANDING GOULDS PARK; AUTHORIZING THE COUNTY MAYOR OR COUNTY MAYOR’S DESIGNEE TO EXERCISE ANY AND ALL RIGHTS CONFERRED THEREIN; AND AUTHORIZING AND DIRECTING COUNTY MAYOR OR COUNTY MAYOR’S DESIGNEE TO ACCEPT CONVEYANCE OF 11325 SW 220S STREET AND 11335 SW 220 STREET TO MIAMI-DADE COUNTY BY INSTRUMENT OF CONVEYANCE AND TO RECORD INSTRUMENT OF CONVEYANCE IN PUBLIC RECORDS OF THE COUNTY AND TO MAINTAIN COPY AS REQUIRED BY RESOLUTION NO. R-974-09(Internal Services) Adopted
Resolution R-956-11
Mover: Rebeca Sosa
Seconder: Sally A. Heyman
Vote: 11 - 0
Absent: Edmonson , Suarez
  10/26/2011 Forwarded to BCC with a favorable recommendation by the Infrastructure and Land Use Committee  
8F3  
  111963 Resolution   Click here if you don't have Adobe PDF Reader Clerk's Official Copy     
  RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE AWARD OF A WORK ORDER UNDER CONTRACT NO. 7890-5/11-5 IN THE AMOUNT OF $1,536,000 FOR THE PROCUREMENT OF INFOR IMPLEMENTATION SERVICES(Internal Services) Adopted
Resolution R-957-11
Mover: Rebeca Sosa
Seconder: Sally A. Heyman
Vote: 11 - 0
Absent: Edmonson , Suarez
  10/25/2011 Forwarded to BCC with a favorable recommendation by the Internal Mgmt. & Fiscal Responsibility Committee  
8F4  
  111983 Resolution   Click here if you don't have Adobe PDF Reader Clerk's Official Copy     
  RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING AWARD OF COMPETITIVE CONTRACTS AND CONTRACT MODIFICATIONS, AND AUTHORIZING THE COUNTY MAYOR OR COUNTY MAYOR’S DESIGNEE TO EXERCISE OPTIONS-TO-RENEW ESTABLISHED THEREUNDER FOR PURCHASE OF GOODS AND SERVICES, AND AUTHORIZING THE USE OF CHARTER COUNTY TRANSPORTATION SURTAX FUNDS(Internal Services) Adopted
Resolution R-958-11
Mover: Rebeca Sosa
Seconder: Sally A. Heyman
Vote: 11 - 0
Absent: Edmonson , Suarez
  10/25/2011 Forwarded to BCC with a favorable recommendation by the Internal Mgmt. & Fiscal Responsibility Committee  
8F5  
  112034 Resolution   Click here if you don't have Adobe PDF Reader Clerk's Official Copy     
  RESOLUTION WAIVING COMPETITIVE BIDDING PURSUANT TO SECTION 5.03(D) OF THE HOME RULE CHARTER, AUTHORIZING EXECUTION OF AGREEMENTS IN THE AGGREGATE AMOUNT OF $8,000,000 WITH G4S SECURE SOLUTIONS (USA) INC., AND U.S. SECURITY ASSOCIATES, INC., TO OBTAIN SECURITY GUARD SERVICES FOR MULTIPLE SPECIAL TAXING DISTRICTS IN MIAMI-DADE COUNTY, WAIVING THE REQUIREMENTS OF SECTION 2-8.4 OF THE MIAMI-DADE COUNTY CODE, PERTAINING TO BID PROTESTS, BY A TWO-THIRD VOTE OF THE BOARD MEMBERS PRESENT, AUTHORIZING THE COUNTY MAYOR OR COUNTY MAYOR’S DESIGNEE TO EXECUTE THE AGREEMENTS FOR AND ON BEHALF OF MIAMI-DADE COUNTY AND TO EXERCISE ANY CANCELLATION AND RENEWAL PROVISIONS, AND TO EXERCISE ALL OTHER RIGHTS CONTAINED THEREIN CONTRACT NOS. RFP716A AND RFP716B(Internal Services) Adopted
Resolution R-959-11
Mover: Rebeca Sosa
Seconder: Joe A. Martinez
Vote: 12 - 0
Absent: Edmonson
  10/25/2011 Forwarded to BCC with a favorable recommendation by the Internal Mgmt. & Fiscal Responsibility Committee  
8F6  
  112035 Resolution   Click here if you don't have Adobe PDF Reader Clerk's Official Copy     
  RESOLUTION WAIVING COMPETITIVE BIDDING PURSUANT TO SECTION 5.03(D) OF THE HOME RULE CHARTER, AUTHORIZING EXECUTION OF AGREEMENTS IN THE AGGREGATE AMOUNT OF $50,400,000 WITH 50 STATE SECURITY SERVICE, INC., G4S SECURE SOLUTIONS (USA) INC., SECURITY ALLIANCE OF FLORIDA LLC, U.S. SECURITY ASSOCIATES, INC., AND KENT SECURITY SERVICES, INC., TO OBTAIN SECURITY GUARD SERVICES FOR MULTIPLE SPECIAL TAXING DISTRICTS IN MIAMI-DADE COUNTY, WAIVING THE REQUIREMENTS OF SECTION 2-8.4 OF THE MIAMI-DADE COUNTY CODE, PERTAINING TO BID PROTESTS, BY A TWO-THIRD VOTE OF THE BOARD MEMBERS PRESENT, AUTHORIZING THE COUNTY MAYOR OR COUNTY MAYOR’S DESIGNEE TO EXECUTE THE AGREEMENTS FOR AND ON BEHALF OF MIAMI-DADE COUNTY AND TO EXERCISE ANY CANCELLATION AND RENEWAL PROVISIONS, AND TO EXERCISE ALL OTHER RIGHTS CONTAINED THEREIN CONTRACT NOS. RFP717A, RFP717B, RFP717C, RFP717D, AND RFP717E(Internal Services) Adopted
Resolution R-960-11
Mover: Jean Monestime
Seconder: Jose "Pepe" Diaz
Vote: 11 - 0
Absent: Edmonson , Suarez
  REPORT: Commissioner Monestime asked the Internal Services Department Director to provide the County Commission members with a report of any compliance issues that may arise with any of the vendors recommended in this proposed resolution.  
  10/25/2011 Forwarded to BCC with a favorable recommendation by the Internal Mgmt. & Fiscal Responsibility Committee  
8F7  
  112061 Resolution   Click here if you don't have Adobe PDF Reader Clerk's Official Copy     
  RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING WAIVER OF FORMAL BID PROCEDURES FOR THE PURCHASE OF GOODS AND SERVICES FOR THE MIAMI-DADE ELECTIONS DEPARTMENT, AND AUTHORIZING THE COUNTY MAYOR OR THE COUNTY MAYOR’S DESIGNEE TO AWARD SAME, WITH AUTHORITY TO EXERCISE OPTIONS-TO-RENEW ESTABLISHED THEREUNDER(Internal Services) Adopted
Resolution R-961-11
Mover: Rebeca Sosa
Seconder: Sally A. Heyman
Vote: 11 - 0
Absent: Edmonson , Suarez
  10/25/2011 Forwarded to BCC with a favorable recommendation by the Internal Mgmt. & Fiscal Responsibility Committee  
8F8  
  112033 Resolution   Click here if you don't have Adobe PDF Reader Clerk's Official Copy     
  RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING EXECUTION OF A LEASE AGREEMENT WITH OMEGAHOUSES, LTD. A BRITISH VIRGIN ISLANDS CORPORATION, FOR PREMISES TO BE UTILIZED BY THE MIAMI-DADE POLICE DEPARTMENT, WITH A TOTAL FISCAL IMPACT TO MIAMI-DADE COUNTY NOT TO EXCEED $432,442.11 FOR THE FIVE-YEAR TERM OF THE LEASE AND THE ONE ADDITIONAL FIVE-YEAR RENEWAL OPTION TERM; AND AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR OR THE MAYOR’S DESIGNEE TO EXERCISE ANY AND ALL OTHER RIGHTS CONFERRED THEREIN(Internal Services) Adopted
Resolution R-962-11
Mover: Rebeca Sosa
Seconder: Sally A. Heyman
Vote: 11 - 0
Absent: Edmonson , Suarez
  10/25/2011 Forwarded to BCC with a favorable recommendation by the Internal Mgmt. & Fiscal Responsibility Committee  
8F9  
  112032 Resolution   Click here if you don't have Adobe PDF Reader Clerk's Official Copy     
  RESOLUTION RATIFYING THE COUNTY MAYOR OR COUNTY MAYOR’S DESIGNEE AWARD OF CONTRACTS UNDER FULL AND OPEN COMPETITION FOR THE PURCHASE OF GOODS AND SERVICES VALUED IN EXCESS OF $100,000 AND UP TO $1,000,000 EXECUTED DURING THE PERIOD OF OCTOBER 1, 2010 THROUGH DECEMBER 31, 2010(Internal Services) Adopted
Resolution R-963-11
Mover: Rebeca Sosa
Seconder: Sally A. Heyman
Vote: 11 - 0
Absent: Edmonson , Suarez
  10/25/2011 Forwarded to BCC with a favorable recommendation by the Internal Mgmt. & Fiscal Responsibility Committee  
8F10  
  111980 Resolution   Click here if you don't have Adobe PDF Reader Clerk's Official Copy     
  RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING EXECUTION OF AGREEMENTS IN THE TOTAL AMOUNT OF $976,900 WITH ROYAL AMERICAN MANAGEMENT, INC. TO OBTAIN PROPERTY MANAGEMENT SERVICES FOR COUNTY OWNED HOUSING PROPERTIES, AND TO AUTHORIZE EXECUTION OF AGREEMENTS WITH STEPHENSON & MOORE, INC. AND KENNEDY WILSON CONDOMINIUM MANAGEMENT, LLC WHICH ALONG WITH ROYAL AMERICAN MANAGEMENT, INC. WILL ESTABLISH THE PROPERTY MANAGEMENT POOL FOR ANY FUTURE PROPERTIES THAT THE COUNTY MAY ACQUIRE, AUTHORIZING THE COUNTY MAYOR OR COUNTY MAYOR’S DESIGNEE TO EXECUTE AN AGREEMENT FOR AND ON BEHALF OF MIAMI-DADE COUNTY AND TO EXERCISE ANY CANCELLATION AND RENEWAL PROVISIONS, AND TO EXERCISE ALL OTHER RIGHTS CONTAINED THEREIN CONTRACTS NO. 736A, 736B, 736C, 736D, 736E, 736F, 736G, AND 736H(Internal Services) Adopted
Resolution R-964-11
Mover: Rebeca Sosa
Seconder: Sally A. Heyman
Vote: 11 - 0
Absent: Edmonson , Suarez
  10/25/2011 Forwarded to BCC with a favorable recommendation by the Internal Mgmt. & Fiscal Responsibility Committee  
8F11  
  112036 Resolution   Click here if you don't have Adobe PDF Reader Clerk's Official Copy     
  RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING EXECUTION OF A LEASE AGREEMENT WITH FDG FLAGLER STATION PHASE 1, LLC., A DELAWARE LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY, FOR PREMISES TO BE UTILIZED BY THE MIAMI-DADE POLICE DEPARTMENT, WITH A TOTAL FISCAL IMPACT TO MIAMI-DADE COUNTY NOT TO EXCEED $639,631.30 FOR THE THREE-YEAR TERM OF THE LEASE; AND AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR OR THE MAYOR’S DESIGNEE TO EXERCISE ANY AND ALL OTHER RIGHTS CONFERRED THEREIN(Internal Services) Adopted
Resolution R-965-11
Mover: Rebeca Sosa
Seconder: Sally A. Heyman
Vote: 11 - 0
Absent: Edmonson , Suarez
  10/25/2011 Forwarded to BCC with a favorable recommendation by the Internal Mgmt. & Fiscal Responsibility Committee  
8F12  
  112044 Resolution   Click here if you don't have Adobe PDF Reader Clerk's Official Copy     
  RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING EXECUTION OF AN AGREEMENT IN THE AMOUNT OF $1,500,000 WITH BLACK CREEK INTEGRATED SYSTEMS TO OBTAIN A TURNKEY INTEGRATED SECURITY CONTROL SYSTEM FOR THE MIAMI-DADE CORRECTIONS AND REHABILITATION DEPARTMENT TO REPLACE THE EXISTING LEGACY SECURITY SYSTEM CURRENTLY IN USE AT THE TURNER GUILFORD KNIGHT CORRECTIONAL CENTER, AUTHORIZING THE COUNTY MAYOR OR COUNTY MAYOR’S DESIGNEE TO EXECUTE AN AGREEMENT FOR AND ON BEHALF OF MIAMI-DADE COUNTY AND TO EXERCISE ANY CANCELLATION AND RENEWAL PROVISIONS, AND TO EXERCISE ALL OTHER RIGHTS CONTAINED THEREIN CONTRACT NO. RFP 769(Internal Services) Adopted
Resolution R-966-11
Mover: Jose "Pepe" Diaz
Seconder: Joe A. Martinez
Vote: 12 - 0
Absent: Edmonson
  10/25/2011 Forwarded to BCC with a favorable recommendation by the Internal Mgmt. & Fiscal Responsibility Committee  
8F13  
  112047 Resolution   Click here if you don't have Adobe PDF Reader Clerk's Official Copy     
  RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING EXECUTION OF AN AGREEMENT WITH EMC CORPORATION IN AN AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED $2,275,000 FOR THE INITIAL CONTRACT TERM AND $3,565,000 FOR THE OPTION TO RENEW PERIODS IN THE AGGREGATE, TO OBTAIN AN ENTERPRISE CONTENT MANAGEMENT SOLUTION WITH CUSTOMIZABLE WORKFLOW CAPABILITY FOR THE ENTERPRISE TECHNOLOGY SERVICES AND FINANCE DEPARTMENT, AUTHORIZING THE COUNTY MAYOR OR COUNTY MAYOR’S DESIGNEE TO EXECUTE AN AGREEMENT FOR AND ON BEHALF OF MIAMI-DADE COUNTY AND TO EXERCISE ANY CANCELLATION AND RENEWAL PROVISIONS, AND TO EXERCISE ALL OTHER RIGHTS CONTAINED THEREIN CONTRACT NO. RFP733(Internal Services) Adopted
Resolution R-967-11
Mover: Jose "Pepe" Diaz
Seconder: Joe A. Martinez
Vote: 12 - 0
Absent: Edmonson
  10/25/2011 Forwarded to BCC with a favorable recommendation by the Internal Mgmt. & Fiscal Responsibility Committee  
8F14  
  112096 Resolution   Click here if you don't have Adobe PDF Reader Clerk's Official Copy     
  RESOLUTION WAIVING FORMAL BID PROCEDURES PURSUANT TO SECTION 5.03(D) OF THE HOME RULE CHARTER AND SECTION 2-8.1(B) OF THE CODE OF MIAMI-DADE COUNTY BY A TWO-THIRDS (2/3) VOTE OF THE BOARD MEMBERS PRESENT; AUTHORIZING THE EXECUTION OF AGREEMENTS WITH AT&T CORP. FOR AN INITIAL FIVE YEAR TERM WITH THREE ONE-YEAR OPTIONS-TO-RENEW PERIODS IN AN AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED $109,800,000, TO CONTINUE PROVIDING LOCAL TELECOMMUNICATION VOICE AND DATA SERVICES COUNTYWIDE; AND AUTHORIZING THE COUNTY MAYOR OR COUNTY MAYOR’S DESIGNEE TO EXERCISE ANY AND ALL OTHER RIGHTS CONFERRED THEREIN(Internal Services) Adopted
Resolution R-968-11
Mover: Jean Monestime
Seconder: Jose "Pepe" Diaz
Vote: 10 - 1
No: Suarez
Absent: Jordan , Edmonson
  10/25/2011 Forwarded to BCC with a favorable recommendation by the Internal Mgmt. & Fiscal Responsibility Committee  
  11/7/2011 Legislative notes attached by the Commission Auditor  
8F15  
  110851 Resolution      
  RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING EXECUTION OF AN AGREEMENT IN THE AMOUNT OF $6,300,000 MILLION WITH MOUNT SINAI MEDICAL CENTER OF FLORIDA, INC., TO PROVIDE EMPLOYEE TESTING AND MEDICAL ASSESSMENT SERVICES, AUTHORIZING THE COUNTY MAYOR OR COUNTY MAYOR’S DESIGNEE TO EXECUTE AN AGREEMENT FOR AND ON BEHALF OF MIAMI-DADE COUNTY AND TO EXERCISE ANY CANCELLATION AND RENEWAL PROVISIONS, AND TO EXERCISE ALL OTHER RIGHTS CONTAINED THEREIN CONTRACT NO. RFP737 (SEE AGENDA ITEM NO. 8F16)(Internal Services) Adopted as amended
Resolution R-969-11
Mover: Rebeca Sosa
Seconder: Sally A. Heyman
Vote: 11 - 0
Absent: Edmonson , Suarez
  REPORT: The Board by motion duly made, seconded and carried, adopted the foregoing resolution as amended, to incorporate 8F15 Supplement, Legislative File No. 112367 which recommended all proposals received under Request for Proposals (RFP) 737, Employee Testing and Medical Assessment Services be rejected; and that the Board approve the Agreement for the reeferenced services with the Public Health Trust.  
  5/10/2011 Forwarded to BCC with a favorable recommendation by the Internal Mgmt. & Fiscal Responsibility Committee  
  6/7/2011 Deferred by the Board of County Commissioners  
8F15 SUPPLEMENT  
  112367 Supplement      
  SUPPLEMENTAL REPORT: RECOMMENDATION TO REJECT PROPOSALS RECEIVED FOR RFP 737, EMPLOYEE TESTING AND MEDICAL ASSESSMENT SERVICES Accepted
Mover: Rebeca Sosa
Seconder: Sally A. Heyman
Vote: 11 - 0
Absent: Edmonson , Suarez
8F16  
  112297 Resolution   Click here if you don't have Adobe PDF Reader Clerk's Official Copy     
  RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING EXECUTION OF AN AGREEMENT IN THE AMOUNT OF $4,500,000 WITH THE PUBLIC HEALTH TRUST D.B.A. JACKSON HEALTH SYSTEM, TO PROVIDE EMPLOYEE TESTING AND MEDICAL ASSESSMENT SERVICES, AUTHORIZING THE COUNTY MAYOR OR COUNTY MAYOR’S DESIGNEE TO EXECUTE AN AGREEMENT FOR AND ON BEHALF OF MIAMI-DADE COUNTY AND TO EXERCISE ANY CANCELLATION AND RENEWAL PROVISIONS, AND TO EXERCISE ALL OTHER RIGHTS CONTAINED THEREIN (SEE AGENDA ITEM NO. 8F15)(Internal Services) Adopted
Resolution R-970-11
Mover: Rebeca Sosa
Seconder: Sally A. Heyman
Vote: 11 - 0
Absent: Edmonson , Suarez
  6/7/2011 Staff directed to bring back by the Board of County Commissioners  
8F16 SUPPLEMENT  
  112398 Supplement      
  SUPPLEMENTAL INFORMATION ON THE RECOMMENDATION TO APPROVE AN INTERGOVERNMENTAL AGREEMENT WITH JACKSON HEALTH SYSTEM FOR EMPLOYEE TESTING AND MEDICAL ASSESSMENT SERVICES Accepted
Mover: Rebeca Sosa
Seconder: Sally A. Heyman
Vote: 11 - 0
Absent: Edmonson , Suarez
8F17  
  112322 Resolution   Click here if you don't have Adobe PDF Reader Clerk's Official Copy     
  RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING WAIVER OF FORMAL BID PROCEDURES FOR THE PURCHASE OF GOODS AND SERVICES, AND AUTHORIZING THE COUNTY MAYOR OR THE COUNTY MAYOR’S DESIGNEE TO AWARD SAME, WITH AUTHORITY TO EXERCISE OPTIONS-TO-RENEW ESTABLISHED THEREUNDER [SEE ORIGINAL ITEM UNDER FILE NO. 111985](Internal Services) Adopted
Resolution R-971-11
Mover: Rebeca Sosa
Seconder: Sally A. Heyman
Vote: 11 - 0
Absent: Edmonson , Suarez
  10/25/2011 Forwarded to BCC with a favorable recommendation with committee amendment(s) by the Internal Mgmt. & Fiscal Responsibility Committee  
8F18  
  112324 Resolution   Click here if you don't have Adobe PDF Reader Clerk's Official Copy     
  RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE COUNTY MAYOR OR COUNTY MAYOR’S DESIGNEE TO EXERCISE OPTION-TO-RENEW PERIOD FOR CERTAIN COMPETITIVE CONTRACT DESCRIBED IN THE ITEM, SUBJECT TO THE MONETARY LIMITATIONS SET FORTH THEREIN, AWARDED UNDER THE COUNTY MAYOR OR THE COUNTY MAYOR DESIGNEE’S DELEGATED AUTHORITY FOR THE PURCHASE OF GOODS AND SERVICES(Internal Services) Adopted
Resolution R-972-11
Mover: Rebeca Sosa
Seconder: Sally A. Heyman
Vote: 11 - 0
Absent: Edmonson , Suarez
8F19  
  112325 Resolution   Click here if you don't have Adobe PDF Reader Clerk's Official Copy     
  RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE COUNTY MAYOR OR COUNTY MAYOR’S DESIGNEE TO EXERCISE OPTION-TO-RENEW PERIODS FOR CERTAIN NON-COMPETITIVE CONTRACTS DESCRIBED IN THE ITEM, SUBJECT TO THE MONETARY LIMITATIONS SET FORTH THEREIN, AWARDED UNDER THE COUNTY MAYOR OR THE COUNTY MAYOR DESIGNEE’S DELEGATED AUTHORITY FOR THE PURCHASE OF GOODS AND SERVICES(Internal Services) Adopted
Resolution R-973-11
Mover: Rebeca Sosa
Seconder: Sally A. Heyman
Vote: 11 - 0
Absent: Edmonson , Suarez
8G (No items were submitted for this section.)  
8H PARKS, RECREATION AND OPEN SPACES DEPARTMENT  
8H1  
  111974 Resolution   Click here if you don't have Adobe PDF Reader Clerk's Official Copy    Sally A. Heyman        
  RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING WAIVER OF FORMAL COMPETITIVE BID PROCEDURES PURSUANT TO SECTION 5.03(D) OF HOME RULE CHARTER AND SECTION 2-8.1(B) OF THE CODE OF MIAMI-DADE COUNTY BY TWO-THIRDS VOTE OF BOARD MEMBERS PRESENT TO APPROVE THE CONCESSION AND OPERATING AGREEMENT BETWEEN KELLEY FLEET, INC. AND MIAMI-DADE COUNTY AND AUTHORIZING COUNTY MAYOR OR COUNTY MAYOR’S DESIGNEE TO EXECUTE SAME AND EXERCISE ANY AND ALL RIGHTS CONFERRED THEREIN(Parks, Recreation and Open Spaces) Adopted
Resolution R-974-11
Mover: Sally A. Heyman
Seconder: Esteban L. Bovo, Jr.
Vote: 11 - 0
Absent: Edmonson , Suarez
  10/24/2011 Forwarded to BCC with a favorable recommendation by the Recreation & Cultural Affairs Committee  
8H2  
  112055 Resolution   Click here if you don't have Adobe PDF Reader Clerk's Official Copy    Dennis C. Moss        
  RESOLUTION APPROVING A MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING BETWEEN MIAMI-DADE COUNTY AND WEST PERRINE COMMUNITY REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY IN SUBSTANTIALLY THE FORM ATTACHED HERETO, WHEREBY WEST PERRINE COMMUNITY REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY GRANTS TO THE COUNTY $250,000 OVER TWO YEARS FOR IMPROVEMENTS TO BEN SHAVIS PARK, REQUIRING COUNTY MATCH OF $50,000; AND AUTHORIZING COUNTY MAYOR OR COUNTY MAYOR’S DESIGNEE TO EXECUTE SAME AND EXERCISE ANY AND ALL RIGHTS CONFERRED THEREIN(Parks, Recreation and Open Spaces) Adopted
Resolution R-975-11
Mover: Rebeca Sosa
Seconder: Sally A. Heyman
Vote: 11 - 0
Absent: Edmonson , Suarez
  10/24/2011 Forwarded to BCC with a favorable recommendation by the Recreation & Cultural Affairs Committee  
8H3  
  111779 Resolution   Click here if you don't have Adobe PDF Reader Clerk's Official Copy    Sen. Javier D. Souto        
  RESOLUTION RATIFYING SUBMISSION OF A GRANT APPLICATION TO THE FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION, OFFICE OF GREENWAYS AND TRAILS, RECREATIONAL TRAILS PROGRAM FOR $200,000 WITH A COUNTY MATCH OF $327,196 FROM THE BUILDING BETTER COMMUNITIES GENERAL OBLIGATION BOND FUND FOR A TRAILS IMPROVEMENT PROJECT AT AMELIA EARHART PARK AND FURTHER AUTHORIZING THE COUNTY MAYOR OR COUNTY MAYOR’S DESIGNEE TO ACCEPT AND EXPEND THE FUNDS, AND TO EXECUTE GRANT AWARD AGREEMENTS AND OTHER DOCUMENTS REQUIRED BY THE GRANT, UPON REVIEW AND FINAL APPROVAL BY THE COUNTY ATTORNEY’S OFFICE(Parks, Recreation and Open Spaces) Adopted
Resolution R-976-11
Mover: Rebeca Sosa
Seconder: Sally A. Heyman
Vote: 11 - 0
Absent: Edmonson , Suarez
  9/12/2011 Deferred by the Recreation & Cultural Affairs Committee  
  10/24/2011 Forwarded to BCC with a favorable recommendation by the Recreation & Cultural Affairs Committee  
8H3 SUPPLEMENT  
  112363 Supplement      
  ADDITIONAL INFORMATION ON LEGISLATION RELATED TO THE BUILDING BETTER COMMUNITIES GENERAL OBLIGATION BOND PROGRAM PROJECT - AMELIA EARHART PART Accepted
Mover: Rebeca Sosa
Seconder: Sally A. Heyman
Vote: 11 - 0
Absent: Edmonson , Suarez
8I (No items were submitted for this section.)  
8J MIAMI-DADE POLICE DEPARTMENT  
8J1  
  112326 Resolution   Click here if you don't have Adobe PDF Reader Clerk's Official Copy    Jose "Pepe" Diaz        
  RESOLUTION SUPPORTING THE COUNTY MAYOR AND/OR COUNTY MAYOR’S DESIGNEE ACTION TO REQUEST THE U.S. DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY (DHS) TO RECOGNIZE THE MIAMI/FT. LAUDERDALE URBAN AREAS SECURITY INITIATIVE (UASI) AS A TIER I FUNDING RECIPIENT WITHIN THE UASI PROGRAM(Miami-Dade Police Department) Adopted
Resolution R-977-11
Mover: Rebeca Sosa
Seconder: Sally A. Heyman
Vote: 11 - 0
Absent: Edmonson , Suarez
8K (No items were submitted for this section.)  
8L PUBLIC HOUSING & COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT  
8L1  
  112025 Resolution   Click here if you don't have Adobe PDF Reader Clerk's Official Copy    Audrey M. Edmonson        
  RESOLUTION APPROVING AN AMENDMENT IN THE SCOPE FOR THE ATRIUM AT SPRING GARDEN CONDOMINIUM DEVELOPMENT FROM HOMEOWNERSHIP TO RENTAL; AUTHORIZING THE COUNTY MAYOR OR THE COUNTY MAYOR’S DESIGNEE TO EXECUTE ALL NECESSARY AGREEMENTS ON BEHALF OF MIAMI-DADE COUNTY(Public Housing and Community Development) Adopted
Resolution R-978-11
Mover: Rebeca Sosa
Seconder: Sally A. Heyman
Vote: 11 - 0
Absent: Edmonson , Suarez
  10/26/2011 Forwarded to BCC with a favorable recommendation by the Economic Development & Social Services Committee  
8L2  
  112361 Resolution   Click here if you don't have Adobe PDF Reader Clerk's Official Copy    Jean Monestime        
  RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR TO AMEND THE FY 2008 - 2012 CONSOLIDATED PLAN ALLOWING FOR A CHANGE IN THE USE OF PROPERTY FORMERLY INTENDED TO BE USED AS THE POINCIANA INDUSTRIAL CENTER; AUTHORIZING THE COUNTY MAYOR OR COUNTY MAYOR’S DESIGNEE TO EXECUTE ALL CONTRACTS, AGREEMENTS AND AMENDMENTS NECESSARY TO IN FURTHERANCE OF THE PURPOSES OF THIS RESOLUTION; AND AUTHORIZING THE COUNTY MAYOR OR COUNTY MAYOR’S DESIGNEE TO EXERCISE THE CANCELLATION PROVISIONS CONTAINED THEREIN [SEE ORIGINAL ITEM UNDER FILE NO. 112060](Public Housing and Community Development) Adopted
Resolution R-979-11
Mover: Rebeca Sosa
Seconder: Sally A. Heyman
Vote: 11 - 0
Absent: Edmonson , Suarez
  10/26/2011 Forwarded to BCC with a favorable recommendation with committee amendment(s) by the Economic Development & Social Services Committee  
8M PUBLIC WORKS & WASTE MANAGEMENT DEPARTMENT  
8M1  
  111955 Resolution   Click here if you don't have Adobe PDF Reader Clerk's Official Copy    Bruno A. Barreiro        
  RESOLUTION DESIGNATING A PORTION OF MIAMI-DADE COUNTY OWNED PROPERTY KNOWN AS THE HICKMAN BUILDING AS RIGHT-OF-WAY BEING THE RADIUS RETURNS LOCATED AT THE INTERSECTIONS OF NW 3 AVENUE AND NW 2 STREET AND NW 3 AVENUE AND NW 3 STREET, IN SECTION 1, TOWNSHIP 54 SOUTH, RANGE 41 EAST(Public Works & Waste Management) Adopted
Resolution R-980-11
Mover: Rebeca Sosa
Seconder: Sally A. Heyman
Vote: 11 - 0
Absent: Edmonson , Suarez
  10/26/2011 Forwarded to BCC with a favorable recommendation by the Infrastructure and Land Use Committee  
8M2  
  111956 Resolution   Click here if you don't have Adobe PDF Reader Clerk's Official Copy    Audrey M. Edmonson        
  RESOLUTION ACCEPTING CONVEYANCES OF VARIOUS PROPERTY INTERESTS FOR ROAD PURPOSES TO MIAMI-DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA(Public Works & Waste Management) Adopted
Resolution R-981-11
Mover: Rebeca Sosa
Seconder: Sally A. Heyman
Vote: 11 - 0
Absent: Edmonson , Suarez
  10/26/2011 Forwarded to BCC with a favorable recommendation by the Infrastructure and Land Use Committee  
8M3  
  112002 Resolution   Click here if you don't have Adobe PDF Reader Clerk's Official Copy    Dennis C. Moss        
  RESOLUTION APPROVING THE CONTRACT FOR SALE AND PURCHASE OF DESIGNATED PROPERTY KNOWN AS PARCEL 108 IN THE AMOUNT OF $195,000 WITH MIAMI-DADE COUNTY AS PURCHASER AND ANTHONY AND FLAVIA HOO, AS SELLERS, FOR PROPERTY NEEDED FOR THE CONSTRUCTION OF A NEW PARK AND RIDE FACILITY, LOCATED AT THE SOUTHERN TERMINUS OF THE BUSWAY EXTENSION TO FLORIDA CITY, ADJACENT TO THE NORTH SIDE OF PALM DRIVE (SW 344 STREET) BETWEEN NW 2 AVENUE AND NW 3 AVENUE IN FLORIDA CITY; AUTHORIZING PAYMENT OF ATTORNEY’S FEES IN THE AMOUNT OF $6,982.50 PURSUANT TO CHAPTER 73.092, FLORIDA STATUTES AND EXPERT FEES IN THE AMOUNT OF $1,900; AND AUTHORIZING THE USE OF CHARTER COUNTY TRANSPORTATION SURTAX FUNDS(Public Works & Waste Management) Adopted
Resolution R-982-11
Mover: Rebeca Sosa
Seconder: Sally A. Heyman
Vote: 11 - 0
Absent: Edmonson , Suarez
  10/24/2011 Forwarded with a favorable recommendation by the Regional Transportation Committee  
8M4  
  112003 Resolution   Click here if you don't have Adobe PDF Reader Clerk's Official Copy    Dennis C. Moss        
  RESOLUTION APPROVING THE CONTRACT FOR SALE AND PURCHASE OF DESIGNATED PROPERTY KNOWN AS PARCEL 107 IN THE AMOUNT OF $5,292 WITH MIAMI-DADE COUNTY AS PURCHASER AND TROY P. LEDFORD, AS SELLER, FOR PROPERTY NEEDED FOR THE CONSTRUCTION OF A NEW PARK AND RIDE FACILITY, LOCATED AT THE SOUTHERN TERMINUS OF THE BUSWAY EXTENSION TO FLORIDA CITY, ADJACENT TO THE NORTH SIDE OF PALM DRIVE (SW 344 STREET) BETWEEN NW 2 AVENUE AND NW 3 AVENUE IN FLORIDA CITY AND AUTHORIZING THE USE OF CHARTER COUNTY TRANSPORTATION SURTAX FUNDS(Public Works & Waste Management) Adopted
Resolution R-983-11
Mover: Rebeca Sosa
Seconder: Sally A. Heyman
Vote: 11 - 0
Absent: Edmonson , Suarez
  10/24/2011 Forwarded with a favorable recommendation by the Regional Transportation Committee  
8M5  
  112005 Resolution     Dennis C. Moss        
  RESOLUTION APPROVING THE CONTRACT FOR SALE AND PURCHASE OF DESIGNATED PROPERTY KNOWN AS PARCEL 104 IN THE AMOUNT OF $101,500 WITH MIAMI-DADE COUNTY AS PURCHASER AND ANTHONY AND FLAVIA HOO, AS SELLERS, FOR PROPERTY NEEDED FOR THE CONSTRUCTION OF A NEW PARK AND RIDE FACILITY, LOCATED AT THE SOUTHERN TERMINUS OF THE BUSWAY EXTENSION TO FLORIDA CITY, ADJACENT TO THE NORTH SIDE OF PALM DRIVE (SW 344 STREET) BETWEEN NW 2 AVENUE AND NW 3 AVENUE IN FLORIDA CITY; AUTHORIZING PAYMENT OF ATTORNEY’S FEES IN THE AMOUNT OF $3,732.50 PURSUANT TO CHAPTER 73.092, FLORIDA STATUTES; AND AUTHORIZING THE USE OF CHARTER COUNTY TRANSPORTATION SURTAX FUNDS(Public Works & Waste Management) Adopted
Resolution R-984-11
Mover: Rebeca Sosa
Seconder: Sally A. Heyman
Vote: 11 - 0
Absent: Edmonson , Suarez
  10/24/2011 Forwarded with a favorable recommendation by the Regional Transportation Committee  
8M6  
  112062 Resolution   Click here if you don't have Adobe PDF Reader Clerk's Official Copy    Dennis C. Moss        
  RESOLUTION APPROVING THE CONTRACT FOR SALE AND PURCHASE OF DESIGNATED PROPERTY KNOWN AS PARCEL 105 IN THE AMOUNT OF $103,845 WITH MIAMI-DADE COUNTY AS PURCHASER AND FRANCISCO GARCIA, AS SELLER, FOR PROPERTY NEEDED FOR THE CONSTRUCTION OF A NEW PARK AND RIDE FACILITY, LOCATED AT THE SOUTHERN TERMINUS OF THE BUSWAY EXTENSION TO FLORIDA CITY, ADJACENT TO THE NORTH SIDE OF PALM DRIVE (SW 344 STREET) BETWEEN NW 2 AVENUE AND NW 3 AVENUE IN FLORIDA CITY; AUTHORIZING PAYMENT OF ATTORNEY’S FEES IN THE AMOUNT OF $14,468.85 PURSUANT TO CHAPTER 73.092, FLORIDA STATUTES; AND AUTHORIZING THE USE OF CHARTER COUNTY TRANSPORTATION SURTAX FUNDS(Public Works & Waste Management) Adopted
Resolution R-985-11
Mover: Rebeca Sosa
Seconder: Sally A. Heyman
Vote: 11 - 0
Absent: Edmonson , Suarez
  10/24/2011 Forwarded with a favorable recommendation by the Regional Transportation Committee  
8M7  
  112063 Resolution   Click here if you don't have Adobe PDF Reader Clerk's Official Copy    Dennis C. Moss        
  RESOLUTION APPROVING THE CONTRACT FOR SALE AND PURCHASE OF DESIGNATED PROPERTY KNOWN AS PARCEL 106 IN THE AMOUNT OF $50,750 WITH MIAMI-DADE COUNTY AS PURCHASER AND J.A.C. DEVELOPMENT GROUP CORP., AS SELLER, FOR PROPERTY NEEDED FOR THE CONSTRUCTION OF A NEW PARK AND RIDE FACILITY, LOCATED AT THE SOUTHERN TERMINUS OF THE BUSWAY EXTENSION TO FLORIDA CITY, ADJACENT TO THE NORTH SIDE OF PALM DRIVE (SW 344 STREET) BETWEEN NW 2 AVENUE AND NW 3 AVENUE IN FLORIDA CITY; AUTHORIZING PAYMENT OF ATTORNEY’S FEES IN THE AMOUNT OF $1,897.50 PURSUANT TO CHAPTER 73.092, FLORIDA STATUTES, EXPERT FEES AND COSTS IN THE AMOUNT OF $4,450; AND AUTHORIZING THE USE OF CHARTER COUNTY TRANSPORTATION SURTAX FUNDS(Public Works & Waste Management) Adopted
Resolution R-986-11
Mover: Rebeca Sosa
Seconder: Sally A. Heyman
Vote: 11 - 0
Absent: Edmonson , Suarez
  10/24/2011 Forwarded with a favorable recommendation by the Regional Transportation Committee  
8M8  
  112001 Resolution   Click here if you don't have Adobe PDF Reader Clerk's Official Copy     
  RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE APPROVAL OF A RAILROAD REIMBURSEMENT AGREEMENT SYNCHRONIZATION OF GRADE CROSSING AND CROSSING TRAFFIC CONTROL DEVICES-COUNTY (TRAFFIC SIGNAL HEADS MOUNTED ON THE RAILROAD TRUSS) BETWEEN MIAMI-DADE COUNTY, THE STATE OF FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION, AND CSX TRANSPORTATION, INC. FOR THE INSTALLATION OF TRAFFIC SIGNAL HEADS MOUNTED ON THE RAILROAD TRUSS AT THE INTERSECTION OF STATE ROAD-976 (BIRD ROAD) AND SW 72 AVENUE(Public Works & Waste Management) Adopted
Resolution R-987-11
Mover: Rebeca Sosa
Seconder: Sally A. Heyman
Vote: 11 - 0
Absent: Edmonson , Suarez
  10/24/2011 Forwarded with a favorable recommendation by the Regional Transportation Committee  
8M9  
  112008 Resolution   Click here if you don't have Adobe PDF Reader Clerk's Official Copy     
  RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE APPROVAL OF A PREEMPTION INTERCONNECTION AGREEMENT BETWEEN MIAMI-DADE COUNTY AND CSX TRANSPORTATION, INC. FOR THE INTERCONNECTION OF RAILROAD CROSSING WARNING DEVICES AND ROADWAY TRAFFIC SIGNAL AT THE INTERSECTION OF SW 72 AVENUE AND SW 39 STREET(Public Works & Waste Management) Adopted
Resolution R-988-11
Mover: Rebeca Sosa
Seconder: Sally A. Heyman
Vote: 11 - 0
Absent: Edmonson , Suarez
  10/24/2011 Forwarded with a favorable recommendation by the Regional Transportation Committee  
8N SUSTAINABILITY, PLANNING AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT  
8N1  
  111854 Resolution   Click here if you don't have Adobe PDF Reader Clerk's Official Copy    Audrey M. Edmonson
Bruno A. Barreiro
       
  RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING HISTORIC PRESERVATION AD VALOREM TAX EXEMPTION FOR THE REHABILITATION TO THE ANGLERS HOTEL AND ANNEX, 634 AND 660 WASHINGTON AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA PURSUANT TO SECTION 196.1997, AND 196.1998 FLORIDA STATUTE AND SECTION 16A-18, MIAMI-DADE COUNTY CODE(Sustainability, Planning & Economic Enhancement) Adopted
Resolution R-989-11
Mover: Rebeca Sosa
Seconder: Sally A. Heyman
Vote: 11 - 0
Absent: Edmonson , Suarez
  10/26/2011 Forwarded to BCC with a favorable recommendation by the Infrastructure and Land Use Committee  
  11/7/2011 Legislative notes attached by the Commission Auditor  
8N2  
  111850 Resolution   Click here if you don't have Adobe PDF Reader Clerk's Official Copy    Audrey M. Edmonson
Rebeca Sosa
       
  RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING HISTORIC PRESERVATION AD VALOREM TAX EXEMPTION FOR THE REHABILITATION TO 2103 COUNTRY CLUB PRADO, CORAL GABLES, FLORIDA PURSUANT TO SECTION 196.1997, AND 196.1998 FLORIDA STATUTE AND SECTION 16A-18, MIAMI-DADE COUNTY CODE(Sustainability, Planning & Economic Enhancement) Adopted
Resolution R-990-11
Mover: Rebeca Sosa
Seconder: Sally A. Heyman
Vote: 11 - 0
Absent: Edmonson , Suarez
  10/26/2011 Forwarded to BCC with a favorable recommendation by the Infrastructure and Land Use Committee  
  11/7/2011 Legislative notes attached by the Commission Auditor  
8N3  
  111852 Resolution   Click here if you don't have Adobe PDF Reader Clerk's Official Copy    Audrey M. Edmonson
Rebeca Sosa
       
  RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING HISTORIC PRESERVATION AD VALOREM TAX EXEMPTION FOR THE REHABILITATION TO 637 ALCAZAR AVENUE, CORAL GABLES, FLORIDA PURSUANT TO SECTION 196.1997, AND 196.1998 FLORIDA STATUTE AND SECTION 16A-18, MIAMI-DADE COUNTY CODE(Sustainability, Planning & Economic Enhancement) Adopted
Resolution R-991-11
Mover: Rebeca Sosa
Seconder: Sally A. Heyman
Vote: 11 - 0
Absent: Edmonson , Suarez
  10/26/2011 Forwarded to BCC with a favorable recommendation by the Infrastructure and Land Use Committee  
  11/7/2011 Legislative notes attached by the Commission Auditor  
8N4  
  112070 Resolution   Click here if you don't have Adobe PDF Reader Clerk's Official Copy    Rebeca Sosa        
  RESOLUTION APPROVING CONFIDENTIAL PROJECT NO. 12-00052 AS A QUALIFIED TARGET INDUSTRY BUSINESS PURSUANT TO FLORIDA STATUTE 288.106; CONFIRMING THAT THE COMMITMENTS OF LOCAL FINANCIAL SUPPORT NECESSARY FOR CONFIDENTIAL PROJECT NO. 12-00052 EXIST; AND PROVIDING AN APPROPRIATION OF UP TO $155,400 FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUNDS AS LOCAL PARTICIPATION IN THE STATE OF FLORIDA QUALIFIED TARGET INDUSTRY TAX REFUND PROGRAM FOR FISCAL YEARS 2013 THROUGH 2021, INCLUSIVE, OR OVER A TIME PERIOD AS DETERMINED BY THE STATE OF FLORIDA IN ITS APPROVAL OF CONFIDENTIAL PROJECT NO. 12-00052 APPLICATION WITH THE PROVISION THAT ANY TAX ABATEMENT GRANTED TO CONFIDENTIAL PROJECT NO. 12-00052 UNDER FLORIDA STATUTE 196.1995 REDUCES ANY QUALIFIED TARGET INDUSTRY TAX REFUND TO CONFIDENTIAL PROJECT NO.12-00052 BY THE AMOUNT OF ANY SUCH TAX ABATEMENT GRANTED, IN COMPLIANCE WITH FLORIDA STATUTE 288.106(6)(D); AUTHORIZING THE COUNTY MAYOR OR COUNTY MAYOR’S DESIGNEE TO MAKE MODIFICATIONS INCLUDING CHANGES TO DATES FOR JOB CREATION AND DISBURSEMENT OF INCENTIVE AWARDS IF IN THE BEST INTEREST OF THE COUNTY AND EXECUTE ALL CONTRACTS, AGREEMENTS, AND AMENDMENTS; AND PROVIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE(Sustainability, Planning & Economic Enhancement) Adopted
Resolution R-992-11
Mover: Rebeca Sosa
Seconder: Sally A. Heyman
Vote: 11 - 0
Absent: Edmonson , Suarez
  10/26/2011 Forwarded to BCC with a favorable recommendation by the Economic Development & Social Services Committee  
  11/7/2011 Legislative notes attached by the Commission Auditor  
8N5  
  111924 Resolution   Click here if you don't have Adobe PDF Reader Clerk's Official Copy     
  RESOLUTION APPROVING APPLICATION FOR ONE (1) CERTIFICATE OF PUBLIC CONVENIENCE AND NECESSITY TO FLORIDA GOOD FAITH INVESTORS, LLC D/B/A GOOD FAITH MEDICAL TRANSPORTATION & SHUTTLE SERVICE TO PROVIDE WHEELCHAIR NONEMERGENCY MEDICAL TRANSPORTATION SERVICES(Sustainability, Planning & Economic Enhancement) Adopted
Resolution R-993-11
Mover: Lynda Bell
Seconder: Rebeca Sosa
Vote: 12 - 0
Absent: Edmonson
  REPORT: Commissioner Sosa asked the Sustainability, Planning, and Economic Enhancement Director to meet with her to discuss treatment of for-hire chauffeur permit holders who receive versus those who never received citations to ensure fair treatment as part of the application process.  
  10/24/2011 Forwarded with a favorable recommendation by the Regional Transportation Committee  
8N6  
  111925 Resolution   Click here if you don't have Adobe PDF Reader Clerk's Official Copy     
  RESOLUTION APPROVING APPLICATION FOR ONE (1) CERTIFICATE OF PUBLIC CONVENIENCE AND NECESSITY TO RIDERS MEDICAL TRANSPORTATION, LLC TO PROVIDE WHEELCHAIR NONEMERGENCY MEDICAL TRANSPORTATION SERVICES(Sustainability, Planning & Economic Enhancement) Adopted
Resolution R-994-11
Mover: Rebeca Sosa
Seconder: Sally A. Heyman
Vote: 11 - 0
Absent: Edmonson , Suarez
  10/24/2011 Forwarded with a favorable recommendation by the Regional Transportation Committee  
8N7  
  111940 Resolution   Click here if you don't have Adobe PDF Reader Clerk's Official Copy     
  RESOLUTION APPROVING TRANSFER OF CERTIFICATE OF TRANSPORTATION NO. 30303 FROM PATRICK’S TRANSPORTATION SYSTEM, INC. TO TRAVEL LYNX, INC. OF BREVARD COUNTY TO PROVIDE SPECIAL OPERATIONS SERVICE AS A PASSENGER MOTOR CARRIER(Sustainability, Planning & Economic Enhancement) Adopted
Resolution R-995-11
Mover: Rebeca Sosa
Seconder: Sally A. Heyman
Vote: 11 - 0
Absent: Edmonson , Suarez
  10/24/2011 Forwarded with a favorable recommendation by the Regional Transportation Committee  
8N8  
  111968 Resolution   Click here if you don't have Adobe PDF Reader Clerk's Official Copy     
  RESOLUTION APPROVING TRANSFER OF CERTIFICATE OF TRANSPORTATION NO. 30315 FROM OFFICIAL TOURS, INC. TO FLORIDA SOLUTION TRAVEL, LLC TO PROVIDE SPECIAL OPERATIONS SERVICE AS A PASSENGER MOTOR CARRIER(Sustainability, Planning & Economic Enhancement) Adopted
Resolution R-996-11
Mover: Rebeca Sosa
Seconder: Sally A. Heyman
Vote: 11 - 0
Absent: Edmonson , Suarez
  10/24/2011 Forwarded with a favorable recommendation by the Regional Transportation Committee  
8N9  
  111971 Resolution   Click here if you don't have Adobe PDF Reader Clerk's Official Copy     
  RESOLUTION APPROVING APPLICATION FOR FIVE (5) CERTIFICATES OF PUBLIC CONVENIENCE AND NECESSITY TO CARE EXPRESS TRANSPORTATION, INC. TO PROVIDE WHEELCHAIR AND COMBINATION WHEELCHAIR/STRETCHER NONEMERGENCY MEDICAL TRANSPORTATION SERVICES(Sustainability, Planning & Economic Enhancement) Adopted
Resolution R-997-11
Mover: Rebeca Sosa
Seconder: Sally A. Heyman
Vote: 11 - 0
Absent: Edmonson , Suarez
  10/24/2011 Forwarded with a favorable recommendation by the Regional Transportation Committee  
9 ADDITIONAL DEPARTMENTAL ITEMS  
9A1  
  111977 Resolution   Click here if you don't have Adobe PDF Reader Clerk's Official Copy    Dennis C. Moss        
  RESOLUTION APPROVING THE APPOINTMENT OF ONE (1) MEMBER TO THE TOURIST DEVELOPMENT COUNCIL(Department of Cultural Affairs) Adopted
Resolution R-998-11
Mover: Rebeca Sosa
Seconder: Sally A. Heyman
Vote: 11 - 0
Absent: Edmonson , Suarez
  10/24/2011 Forwarded to BCC with a favorable recommendation by the Recreation & Cultural Affairs Committee  
9A2  
  112053 Resolution   Click here if you don't have Adobe PDF Reader Clerk's Official Copy     
  RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE FUNDING OF NINETEEN (19) GRANTS FOR A TOTAL OF $195,000 FROM THE FY 2010-2011 FOURTH QUARTER TOURIST DEVELOPMENT ROOM TAX PLAN AND SURTAX CATEGORY TO PROMOTE MIAMI-DADE COUNTY TOURISM WITH: BEACH SOCCER WORLDWIDE; CENTRO CULTURAL BOLIVIANO MASIS; CORAL GABLES CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH (UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST), INC.; CULTURE IN THE CITY; GROUND UP AND RISING, INC.; HISPANIC THEATER GUILD CORPORATION; INFFINITO ART & CULTURAL FOUNDATION, INC; IRREVERSIBLE MAGAZINE; MDGLCC FOUNDATION, INC.; MIAMI CITY BALLET; MIAMI HISPANIC BALLET CORP.; MUSEUM OF SCIENCE, INC. (DBA MIAMI SCIENCE MUSEUM); PERFROMING ARTS CENTER TRUST, INC. DBA ADRIENNE ARSHT CENTER FOR THE PERFORMING ARTS OF MIAMI-DADE COUNTY; ROCKER'S ISLAND ENTERTAINMENT, INC.; SOUTH FLORIDA AUTISM CHARTER SCHOOLS, INC.; SOUTH FLORIDA STADIUM, LLC; THE MIAMI SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA / ORQUESTA SINFONICA DE MIAMI, INC.; THE NATIONAL AUXILIARY ASSOCIATION, INC.; UNITED STATES JUDO, INC.; WAIVING RESOLUTION R-130-06, AUTHORIZING THE COUNTY MAYOR OR COUNTY MAYOR’S DESIGNEE TO EXECUTE GRANT AGREEMENTS, FOLLOWING COUNTY ATTORNEY APPROVAL OF FORM AND LEGAL SUFFICIENCY AND TO EXERCISE THE CANCELLATION PROVISIONS CONTAINED THEREIN(Department of Cultural Affairs) Adopted
Resolution R-999-11
Mover: Rebeca Sosa
Seconder: Sally A. Heyman
Vote: 11 - 0
Absent: Edmonson , Suarez
  10/24/2011 Forwarded to BCC with a favorable recommendation by the Recreation & Cultural Affairs Committee  
9A3  
  112344 Resolution     Rebeca Sosa        
  RESOLUTION APPOINTING NINE COMMUNITY REPRESENTATIVE MEMBERS TO THE COMMUNITY ACTION AGENCY BOARD FOR THE 2-YEAR TERM BEGINNING NOVEMBER 2011 [SEE ORIGINAL ITEM UNDER FILE NO. 112027](Community Action and Human Services) Amended
  REPORT: See Agenda Item 9A3 Amended, Legislative File No. 112658 for the amended version.  
  10/26/2011 Forwarded to BCC with a favorable recommendation with committee amendment(s) by the Economic Development & Social Services Committee  
9A3 AMENDED  
  112658 Resolution   Click here if you don't have Adobe PDF Reader Clerk's Official Copy     
  RESOLUTION APPOINTING NINE COMMUNITY REPRESENTATIVE MEMBERS TO THE COMMUNITY ACTION AGENCY BOARD FOR THE 2-YEAR TERM BEGINNING NOVEMBER 2011 [SEE ORIGINAL ITEM UNDER FILE NOS. 112027 AND 112344](Community Action and Human Services) Adopted as amended
Resolution R-1000-11
Mover: Rebeca Sosa
Seconder: Joe A. Martinez
Vote: 10 - 0
Absent: Edmonson , Heyman , Bell
  REPORT: By ballot vote, Chairman Martinez read the nine (9) names from the list of nominees submitted by the Community Action Agency Community Representatives Nominating Committee to serve as members to the Community Action Agency Board.

The Board, by motion duly made, seconded and carried, adopted the foregoing proposed resolution as amended to insert the names of the following individuals on handwritten page 6 as the Board of County Commissioners’ appointees to the Community Action Agency Board:

• Lillie Williams
• Diane Benitez
• Edward Dieguez
• Delleperche Joseph
• Elaine Adderly
• James Fayson
• Andrea Walker
• Santarvis Nvaries Brown
• Tonya Thomas
 
9A4  
  112206 Resolution   Click here if you don't have Adobe PDF Reader Clerk's Official Copy     
  RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE FUNDING OF TWENTY FOUR (24) GRANTS FOR A TOTAL OF $110,000 FROM THE DEPARTMENT OF CULTURAL AFFAIRS FY 2011-2012 COMMUNITY GRANTS - FIRST QUARTER WITH: ACCESS NOW, INC. A/F/A FOR POWER ACCESS, INC.; ACPAC, INC.; ALYANS ATIZAY AYISYEN, INC.; BLENDING CULTURES, INC.; CAMPOSITION, INC.; CARIBISLE SPORTS CLUB, INC.; CULTURE IN THE CITY, INC.; CULTURE IN THE CITY, INC. A/F/A FOR GIANTS IN THE CITY; EXPONICA INTERNATIONAL, INC.; FLORIDA DANCE EDUCATION ORGANIZATION, INC.; FUNDARTE, INC. A/F/A FOR EL INGENIO, INC.; GREATER SOUTH DADE/SOUTH MIAMI/KENDALL CHAMBER OF COMMERCE D/B/A CHAMBER SOUTH; HOLOCAUST DOCUMENTATION & EDUCATION CENTER, INC.; ITALIAN FILM FESTIVAL, INC.; MERRICK FESTIVAL INCORPORATED; MIAMI BEACH ARTS TRUST, INC.; MIAMI BEACH JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER, INC.; MIAMI SHORT FILM FESTIVAL, INC.; MIMO BISCAYNE ASSOCIATION, INC.; NEIGHBORHOOD HOUSING FOUNDATION, INC.; RICHMOND HEIGHTS HOMEOWNER'S ASSOCIATION, INC.; SOUTH FLORIDA NATIONAL PARKS TRUST INC.; THE GERMAN SCHOOL OF SOUTH FLORIDA, INC.; THE HISTORIC HAMPTON HOUSE COMMUNITY TRUST, INC. WAIVING RESOLUTION R-130-06, AUTHORIZING THE COUNTY MAYOR OR COUNTY MAYOR’S DESIGNEE TO EXECUTE GRANT AGREEMENTS, FOLLOWING COUNTY ATTORNEY APPROVAL OF FORM AND LEGAL SUFFICIENCY AND TO EXERCISE THE CANCELLATION PROVISIONS CONTAINED THEREIN(Department of Cultural Affairs) Adopted
Resolution R-1001-11
Mover: Rebeca Sosa
Seconder: Sally A. Heyman
Vote: 11 - 0
Absent: Edmonson , Suarez
9A5  
  112208 Resolution   Click here if you don't have Adobe PDF Reader Clerk's Official Copy     
  RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING APPROVAL OF THIRTY-EIGHT (38) GRANT AWARDS IN THE AMOUNT OF $450,000 FROM THE DEPARTMENT OF CULTURAL AFFAIRS’ FY 2011-12 YOUTH ARTS ENRICHMENT PROGRAM TO: ACTORS' PLAYHOUSE PRODUCTIONS, INC.; ALHAMBRA MUSIC, INC.; AREA PERFORMANCE GALLERY, INC.; ARTS BALLET THEATRE OF FLORIDA, INC.; ARTSOUTH A-NOT-FOR-PROFIT CORPORATION; CITY THEATRE, INC.; COMMUNITY CONCERT ASSOCIATION, INC.; CORAL GABLES CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH (UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST), INC.; CREATIVE CHILDREN THERAPY, INC.; FAIRCHILD TROPICAL BOTANIC GARDEN, INC.; GABLESTAGE, INC.; HAITIAN HERITAGE MUSEUM CORP.; HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION OF SOUTHERN FLORIDA, INC.; KAREN PETERSON AND DANCERS, INC.; MARJORY STONEMAN DOUGLAS BISCAYNE NATURE CENTER, INC.; MIAMI DANCE PROJECT, INC.; MIAMI LIGHT PROJECT, INC.; MIAMI MOMENTUM DANCE COMPANY, INC.; MIAMI MUSIC PROJECT, INC.; MIAMI SHORT FILM FESTIVAL, INC.; MICHAEL-ANN RUSSELL JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER, INC.; MUSEUM OF CONTEMPORARY ART, INC.; MYSTERY PARK ARTS COMPANY, INC. DBA SOBE INSTITUTE OF THE ARTS; NATIONAL FOUNDATION FOR ADVANCEMENT IN THE ARTS, INC.; NEW WORLD SYMPHONY, INC.; ORCHESTRA MIAMI, INC.; SOUTH FLORIDA ART CENTER, INC. D/B/A ARTCENTER/SOUTH FLORIDA; ST. MARTHA CONCERTS AND CULTURAL AFFAIRS, INC.; THE DANCE NOW! ENSEMBLE, INC.; THE DAVE AND MARY ALPER JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER, INC.; THE M ENSEMBLE COMPANY, INC.; THE MIAMI CHILDREN'S MUSEUM, INC.; THE MIAMI SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA/ORQUESTA SINFONICA DE MIAMI, INC.; THE MURRAY DRANOFF FOUNDATION, INC.; THE NATIONAL AUXILIARY ASSOCIATION, INC.; THE SHIMMY CLUB, INC.; TIGERTAIL PRODUCTIONS, INC.; AND YOUNG PATRONESSES OF THE OPERA, INC., WAIVING RESOLUTION R-130-06, AND AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR OR COUNTY MAYOR’S DESIGNEE TO EXECUTE GRANT AGREEMENTS FOLLOWING COUNTY ATTORNEY APPROVAL OF FORM AND LEGAL SUFFICIENY AND TO EXERCISE CANCELLATION PROVISIONS CONTAINED THEREIN(Department of Cultural Affairs) Adopted
Resolution R-1002-11
Mover: Rebeca Sosa
Seconder: Sally A. Heyman
Vote: 11 - 0
Absent: Edmonson , Suarez
10 AUTHORITIES, BOARDS, COUNCILS AND TRUSTS  
10A1  
  112073 Resolution   Click here if you don't have Adobe PDF Reader Clerk's Official Copy     
  RESOLUTION APPROVING ISSUANCE BY MIAMI-DADE COUNTY INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY OF ITS EMPOWERMENT ZONE REVENUE BONDS (WEXFORD/UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI LIFE SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY PARK PROJECT) IN ONE OR MORE TAX-EXEMPT OR TAXABLE SERIES, IN AN AGGREGATE PRINCIPAL AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED $89,500,000, TO FINANCE CERTAIN CAPITAL PROJECTS AT REQUEST OF WEXFORD SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY, LLC FOR PURPOSES OF SECTION 147(F) OF INTERNAL REVENUE CODE OF 1986, AS AMENDED; AND DESIGNATING SUCH BONDS AS EMPOWERMENT ZONE BONDS UNDER SECTION 1394(F) OF THE INTERNAL REVENUE CODE 0F 1986, AS AMENDED(Industrial Development Authority) Adopted
Resolution R-1003-11
Mover: Rebeca Sosa
Seconder: Sally A. Heyman
Vote: 11 - 0
Absent: Edmonson , Suarez
  10/25/2011 Forwarded to BCC with a favorable recommendation by the Internal Mgmt. & Fiscal Responsibility Committee  
11 COUNTY COMMISSION  
11A RESOLUTIONS  
11A1  
  112046 Resolution   Click here if you don't have Adobe PDF Reader Clerk's Official Copy    Bruno A. Barreiro        
  RESOLUTION DIRECTING THE COUNTY MAYOR OR COUNTY MAYOR’S DESIGNEE TO ALLOW MIAMI-DADE TRANSIT EMPLOYEES WHO ARE MEMBERS OF THE CONFERENCE OF MINORITY TRANSPORTATION OFFICIALS TO ELECT TO HAVE THEIR MEMBERSHIP DUES DEDUCTED FROM THEIR PAYROLL ACCOUNT; AUTHORIZING THE COUNTY MAYOR OR COUNTY MAYOR’S DESIGNEE TO PERIODICALLY TRANSFER SUCH DEDUCTIONS THE CONFERENCE OF MINORITY TRANSPORTATION OFFICIALS AND, IF NECESSARY, ENTER INTO AN AGREEMENT WITH THE CONFERENCE OF MINORITY TRANSPORTATION OFFICIALS EFFECTUATING SUCH TRANSFER Adopted
Resolution R-1004-11
Mover: Rebeca Sosa
Seconder: Sally A. Heyman
Vote: 11 - 0
Absent: Edmonson , Suarez
  10/24/2011 Forwarded with a favorable recommendation by the Regional Transportation Committee  
11A2  
  112226 Resolution   Click here if you don't have Adobe PDF Reader Clerk's Official Copy    Lynda Bell
Esteban L. Bovo, Jr.
Audrey M. Edmonson
Sally A. Heyman
Rebeca Sosa
Jose "Pepe" Diaz
       
  RESOLUTION ESTABLISHING COUNTY POLICY TO ENSURE THAT MIAMI-DADE TRANSIT (MDT) TRAINS ALL METROBUS OPERATORS TWICE A YEAR REGARDING TRANSPORTATION SERVICES FOR INDIVIDUALS WITH A DISABILITY AND TO REQUIRE THAT METROBUS OPERATORS STOP AT METROBUS STOPS WHEN PASSENGERS ARE WAITING AT SUCH STOPS, OPEN THE FRONT DOOR, STATE THE ROUTE AND DESTINATION OF THE METROBUS IF THE AUTOMATIC ANNOUNCEMENT SYSTEM IS NOT OPERATIONAL, PROVIDE ADEQUATE TIME FOR INDIVIDUALS WITH A DISABILITY TO BOARD, AND ACTIVATE THE WHEELCHAIR LIFT AUTOMATICALLY OR MANUALLY IF NECESSARY OR REQUESTED AND DIRECTING THE MAYOR OR MAYOR’S DESIGNEE TO IMPLEMENT RULES OR PROCEDURES TO EFFECTUATE THIS POLICY [SEE ORIGINAL ITEM UNDER FILE NO. 112050] Adopted
Resolution R-1005-11
Mover: Rebeca Sosa
Seconder: Sally A. Heyman
Vote: 10 - 0
Absent: Edmonson , Suarez , Souto
  10/24/2011 Forwarded to BCC with a favorable recommendation by the Regional Transportation Committee  
11A3  
  112041 Resolution   Click here if you don't have Adobe PDF Reader Clerk's Official Copy    Barbara J. Jordan        
  RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING ALLOCATION OF FEES COLLECTED FOR ISSUING PARKING PERMITS FOR PERSONS TRANSPORTING YOUNG CHILDREN AND STROLLERS TO LAUREN’S KIDS, INC. IN THE AMOUNT OF $30,000.00, THE CENTER FOR FAMILY AND CHILD ENRICHMENT, INC. IN THE AMOUNT OF $35,000.00 AND THE YMCA OF GREATER MIAMI IN THE AMOUNT OF $35,000.00 Adopted
Resolution R-1006-11
Mover: Rebeca Sosa
Seconder: Sally A. Heyman
Vote: 11 - 0
Absent: Edmonson , Suarez
  10/25/2011 Forwarded to BCC with a favorable recommendation by the Internal Mgmt. & Fiscal Responsibility Committee  
11A4  
  112105 Resolution     Jean Monestime
Sally A. Heyman
       
  RESOLUTION ESTABLISHING COUNTY POLICY WITH RESPECT TO THE SALE OF ACCOUNTS RECEIVABLE WHICH HAVE BEEN DEEMED UNCOLLECTIBLE BY THE COUNTY PURSUANT TO IMPLEMENTING ORDER 3-9 OR THE NOW RESCINDED ADMINISTRATIVE ORDER 3-9; AND DIRECTING THE COUNTY MAYOR OR COUNTY MAYOR’S DESIGNEE TO PREPARE REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS OR OTHER APPROPRIATE PROCUREMENT MECHANISM FOR THE SALE OF SUCH ACCOUNTS RECEIVABLE Amended
  REPORT: See Agenda Item 11A4, Legislative File No. 120585 for the amended version.  
  10/25/2011 Forwarded to BCC with a favorable recommendation by the Internal Mgmt. & Fiscal Responsibility Committee  
11A4 AMENDED  
  120585 Resolution   Click here if you don't have Adobe PDF Reader Clerk's Official Copy    Jean Monestime
Sally A. Heyman
       
  RESOLUTION ESTABLISHING COUNTY POLICY WITH RESPECT TO THE SALE OF ACCOUNTS RECEIVABLE WHICH HAVE BEEN DEEMED UNCOLLECTIBLE BY THE COUNTY PURSUANT TO IMPLEMENTING ORDER 3-9 OR THE NOW RESCINDED ADMINISTRATIVE ORDER 3-9; AND DIRECTING THE COUNTY MAYOR OR COUNTY MAYOR’S DESIGNEE TO PREPARE REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS OR OTHER APPROPRIATE PROCUREMENT MECHANISM FOR THE SALE OF SUCH ACCOUNTS RECEIVABLE [SEE ORIGINAL ITEM UNDER FILE NO. 112105] Adopted as amended
Resolution R-1007-11
Mover: Jean Monestime
Seconder: Sally A. Heyman
Vote: 12 - 0
Absent: Edmonson
  REPORT: The Board, by motion duly made, seconded and carried, adopted the foregoing proposed resolution as amended to delete the language contained within the first line of Section 2 and to replace it with the following language: “Provided that the purchaser of such accounts receivables shall not use the County’s name improperly threaten sanctions against the accountholder, shall not represent themselves as County staff and shall indemnify the County against the use of these or any other unfair collection practice.”  
11A5  
  112130 Resolution   Click here if you don't have Adobe PDF Reader Clerk's Official Copy    Rebeca Sosa
Sally A. Heyman
       
  RESOLUTION DIRECTING COUNTY MAYOR OR MAYOR’S DESIGNEE TO REVIEW COUNTY’S PROCESS FOR SMALL PURCHASES UNDER $10,000.00 AND PROCESS FOR LEASING COUNTY VEHICLES IN ORDER TO RECOMMEND CHANGES TO SUCH PROCESSES THAT WOULD MAKE PURCHASING AND LEASING MORE EFFICIENT AND THAT WOULD SAVE TAXPAYER DOLLARS, AND TO SUBMIT WRITTEN REPORT TO THIS BOARD ON SUCH RESULTS AND RECOMMENDATION WITHIN 60 DAYS OF EFFECTIVE DATE OF THIS RESOLUTION Adopted
Resolution R-1008-11
Mover: Rebeca Sosa
Seconder: Sally A. Heyman
Vote: 11 - 0
Absent: Edmonson , Suarez
  10/25/2011 Forwarded to BCC with a favorable recommendation by the Internal Mgmt. & Fiscal Responsibility Committee  
11A6  
  112134 Resolution   Click here if you don't have Adobe PDF Reader Clerk's Official Copy    Rebeca Sosa        
  RESOLUTION APPROVING ALLOCATION OF $1.5 MILLION FROM BUILDING BETTER COMMUNITIES GENERAL OBLIGATION BOND PROGRAM PROJECT NUMBER 220 – “ACQUIRE OR CONSTRUCT MULTI-PURPOSE FACILITIES” TO FUND DEVELOPMENT OF MULTI-PURPOSE FACILITY BY CITY OF MIAMI Adopted
Resolution R-1009-11
Mover: Rebeca Sosa
Seconder: Sally A. Heyman
Vote: 11 - 0
Absent: Edmonson , Suarez
  10/26/2011 Forwarded to BCC with a favorable recommendation by the Infrastructure and Land Use Committee  
11A6 SUPPLEMENT  
  112382 Supplement      
  SUPPLEMENTAL INFORMATION FOR: ADDITIONAL INFORMATION ON LEGISLATION RELATED TO THE BUILDING BETTER COMMUNITIES GENERAL OBLIGATION PROGRAM PROJECT - ANTONIO MACEO PARK MULTI-PURPOSE FACILITY Accepted
Mover: Rebeca Sosa
Seconder: Sally A. Heyman
Vote: 11 - 0
Absent: Edmonson , Suarez
11A7  
  112045 Resolution   Click here if you don't have Adobe PDF Reader Clerk's Official Copy    Sen. Javier D. Souto
Audrey M. Edmonson
Sally A. Heyman
Dennis C. Moss
Rebeca Sosa
Lynda Bell
       
  RESOLUTION DIRECTING THE COUNTY MAYOR OR MAYOR’S DESIGNEE TO IMPLEMENT PROCEDURES TO IMPROVE THE MAINTENANCE AND SECURITY AT METRORAIL AND METROMOVER STATIONS AND ADJACENT PARKING FACILITIES Adopted
Resolution R-1010-11
Mover: Rebeca Sosa
Seconder: Sally A. Heyman
Vote: 11 - 0
Absent: Edmonson , Suarez
  10/24/2011 Forwarded with a favorable recommendation by the Regional Transportation Committee  
11A8  
  112040 Resolution   Click here if you don't have Adobe PDF Reader Clerk's Official Copy    Sally A. Heyman        
  RESOLUTION DECLARING ONE 2005 FORD TAURUS SURPLUS AND AUTHORIZING ITS DONATION TO MIAMI DADE SHMIRA PATROL, INC. Adopted
Resolution R-1011-11
Mover: Rebeca Sosa
Seconder: Sally A. Heyman
Vote: 11 - 0
Absent: Edmonson , Suarez
  10/25/2011 Forwarded to BCC with a favorable recommendation by the Internal Mgmt. & Fiscal Responsibility Committee  
11A9  
  112042 Resolution   Click here if you don't have Adobe PDF Reader Clerk's Official Copy    Barbara J. Jordan        
  RESOLUTION DECLARING ONE 2002 DODGE VAN SURPLUS AND AUTHORIZING ITS DONATION TO INSTITUTE FOR CHILD AND FAMILY HEALTH, INC. Adopted
Resolution R-1012-11
Mover: Rebeca Sosa
Seconder: Sally A. Heyman
Vote: 11 - 0
Absent: Edmonson , Suarez
  10/25/2011 Forwarded to BCC with a favorable recommendation by the Internal Mgmt. & Fiscal Responsibility Committee  
11A10  
  112031 Resolution   Click here if you don't have Adobe PDF Reader Clerk's Official Copy    Joe A. Martinez        
  RESOLUTION DECLARING ONE 2000 DODGE PASSENGER VAN SURPLUS AND AUTHORIZING ITS DONATION TO THE SOUTHWEST SOCIAL SERVICES PROGRAMS, INC. Adopted
Resolution R-1013-11
Mover: Rebeca Sosa
Seconder: Sally A. Heyman
Vote: 11 - 0
Absent: Edmonson , Suarez
  10/25/2011 Forwarded to BCC with a favorable recommendation by the Internal Mgmt. & Fiscal Responsibility Committee  
11A11  
  112311 Resolution   Click here if you don't have Adobe PDF Reader Clerk's Official Copy    Audrey M. Edmonson        
  RESOLUTION URGING THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT AND THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO REQUIRE GREATER ENERGY EFFICIENCY FROM TELEVISION SET-TOP BOXES Adopted
Resolution R-1014-11
Mover: Rebeca Sosa
Seconder: Sally A. Heyman
Vote: 11 - 0
Absent: Edmonson , Suarez
11A12  
  112332 Resolution   Click here if you don't have Adobe PDF Reader Clerk's Official Copy    Barbara J. Jordan        
  RESOLUTION URGING THE FLORIDA LEGISLATURE TO ADOPT LEGISLATION MANDATING THE USE OF THE PRESCRIPTION DRUG MONITORING PROGRAM DATABASE BY PHARAMACIES, PHARMACISTS AND PRACTITIONERS PRIOR TO DISPENSING CONTROLLED SUBSTANCES Adopted
Resolution R-1015-11
Mover: Rebeca Sosa
Seconder: Sally A. Heyman
Vote: 11 - 0
Absent: Edmonson , Suarez
11A13  
  112289 Resolution   Click here if you don't have Adobe PDF Reader Clerk's Official Copy    Rebeca Sosa
Sally A. Heyman
Lynda Bell
       
  RESOLUTION SUPPORTING H.R. 2746, THE CANCER DRUG COVERAGE PARITY ACT OF 2011; FURTHER URGING THE U.S. CONGRESS AND THE FLORIDA LEGISLATURE TO PASS LEGISLATION REQUIRING INSURANCE COMPANIES TO PROVIDE EQUIVALENT COVERAGE OF ORAL AND INTRAVENOUS CANCER DRUGS Adopted
Resolution R-1016-11
Mover: Rebeca Sosa
Seconder: Sally A. Heyman
Vote: 11 - 0
Absent: Edmonson , Suarez
11A14  
  112315 Resolution   Click here if you don't have Adobe PDF Reader Clerk's Official Copy    Xavier L. Suarez        
  RESOLUTION URGING THE CITY OF MIAMI TO CODESIGNATE SW 32ND AVENUE FROM SW 22ND STREET TO SW 27TH STREET AS ‘‘FRANCISCO CID CRESPO AVENUE’’; APPROVING THE CODESIGNATION Adopted
Resolution R-1017-11
Mover: Rebeca Sosa
Seconder: Sally A. Heyman
Vote: 11 - 0
Absent: Edmonson , Suarez
11A15  
  112341 Resolution   Click here if you don't have Adobe PDF Reader Clerk's Official Copy    Audrey M. Edmonson        
  RESOLUTION ALLOCATING FY 2011-12 DISTRICT 3 OFFICE BUDGET FUNDS Adopted
Resolution R-1018-11
Mover: Rebeca Sosa
Seconder: Sally A. Heyman
Vote: 11 - 0
Absent: Edmonson , Suarez
11A16  
  112336 Resolution   Click here if you don't have Adobe PDF Reader Clerk's Official Copy    Joe A. Martinez        
  RESOLUTION APPROVING ALLOCATIONS OF UNEXPENDED FY 2008-09 DISTRICT 11 DISCRETIONARY RESERVE FUNDS AND FY 2011-12 DISTRICT 11 OFFICE BUDGET FUNDS Adopted
Resolution R-1019-11
Mover: Rebeca Sosa
Seconder: Sally A. Heyman
Vote: 11 - 0
Absent: Edmonson , Suarez
11A17  
  112279 Resolution   Click here if you don't have Adobe PDF Reader Clerk's Official Copy    Rebeca Sosa
Lynda Bell
       
  RESOLUTION DIRECTING THAT THE MISSION STATEMENT RECOMMENDED BY THE MIAMI-DADE COUNTY HOSPITAL GOVERNANCE TASKFORCE IN ITS FINAL REPORT APPLY TO THE PUBLIC HEALTH TRUST; THE ETHICS REQUIREMENT RECOMMENDED BY THE TASKFORCE IN ITS FINAL REPORT APPLY TO FUTURE APPOINTEES TO THE GOVERNING BODY OF THE PUBLIC HEALTH TRUST, EXCEPT TO THOSE APPOINTEES SPECIFICALLY DESIGNATED BY SECTION 25A-3(A); THE EXTERNAL AUDITOR FOR THE PUBLIC HEALTH TRUST BE REQUIRED TO ANNUALLY PROVIDE CERTIFICATION AND EXPLANATION THAT ALL SURTAX AND MAINTENANCE OF EFFORT FUNDS ARE USED FOR THE PURPOSE INTENDED; AND THE PUBLIC HEALTH TRUST CONTINUE TO WORK TOWARDS THE GOAL OF OPERATING WITH A BALANCED BUDGET WHILE CONTINUING TO DELIVER THE SAME HIGH LEVEL OF QUALITY MEDICAL CARE; AND EXPRESSING THE COMMISSION’S INTENT THAT ANY GOVERNING BODY OF THE PUBLIC HEALTH TRUST REPRESENT THE DIVERSITY OF MIAMI-DADE COUNTY AND THAT THE PUBLIC HEALTH TRUST REMAIN, IF POSSIBLE, A DISPROPORTIONATE SHARE HOSPITAL Adopted
Resolution R-1020-11
Mover: Rebeca Sosa
Seconder: Jose "Pepe" Diaz
Vote: 9 - 1
No: Jordan
Absent: Edmonson , Suarez , Bell
  REPORT: Upon inquiry by Commissioner Jordan, Assistant County Attorney Laura Llorente clarified the ethics language contained in this proposed resolution differed from the County’s Ethics Code since the proposed language included a ban on actual conflicts; the perception of a conflict; restricted the employment of immediate family members, including siblings and step siblings; had language that addressed stakeholders; and included a ban that applied one year prior and one year after.

There being no further discussion, the Board proceeded to vote on this item.
 
11 B ADDITIONAL BUDGET ALLOCATIONS  
11B1  
  112422 Report      
  ALLOCATION OF (FY) 2011/12 OFFICE BUDGET FUNDS (DISTRICT 1) Approved
Mover: Dennis C. Moss
Seconder: Jean Monestime
Vote: 8 - 0
Absent: Edmonson , Heyman , Suarez , Bell , Bovo, Jr.
  REPORT: The following funding allocations were made from fiscal year (FY) 2011/12 District 1 Office Budget Funds as requested by Commissioner Jordan.

$250 to South Florida Boys Choir (in support of their Anniversary Gala)
$100 to FANM/Haitian Women of Miami (Anniversary Banquet)
$1,500 to Miami Dade Chamber of Commerce (6th Annual Holiday Gala)
$1,500 to Omega Psi Phi Fraternity (Achievement Week Celebration)
 
11B2  
  112423 Report      
  ALLOCATION OF (FY) 2011/12 OFFICE BUDGET FUNDS (DISTRICT 6) Approved
Mover: Dennis C. Moss
Seconder: Jean Monestime
Vote: 8 - 0
Absent: Edmonson , Heyman , Suarez , Bell , Bovo, Jr.
  REPORT: The following funding allocation was made from fiscal year (FY) 2011/12 District 6 Office Budget Funds as requested by Commissioner Sosa.

$500 to South Florida Workforce for expenses at the Workforce Florida Board of Director’s Meeting being held November 9 – 10, 2011, in Miami.
 
12 COUNTY MANAGER  
13 COUNTY ATTORNEY  
13A1  
  112009 Resolution   Click here if you don't have Adobe PDF Reader Clerk's Official Copy     
  RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE COUNTY MAYOR OR MAYOR'S DESIGNEE TO SIGN THE ATTACHED SETTLEMENT AGREEMENT BETWEEN SPRINT-SPECTRUM, LLP, THE CITY OF MIAMI, AND MIAMI-DADE COUNTY TO RESOLVE THE LAWSUIT THAT AROSE AS A RESULT OF THE COUNTY’S AUDIT OF SPRINT’S PAYMENTS OF PUBLIC SERVICE UTILITY TAX PAYMENTS(County Attorney's Office) Adopted
Resolution R-1021-11
Mover: Rebeca Sosa
Seconder: Sally A. Heyman
Vote: 11 - 0
Absent: Edmonson , Suarez
14 ITEMS SUBJECT TO 4-DAY RULE  
14A1  
  112375 Resolution   Click here if you don't have Adobe PDF Reader Clerk's Official Copy     
  RESOLUTION APPROVING AND RATIFYING EXECUTION OF THE 2011-2014 COLLECTIVE BARGAINING AGREEMENT BETWEEN MIAMI-DADE COUNTY AND THE METRO DADE INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF FIREFIGHTERS LOCAL 1403(Internal Services) Adopted
Resolution R-1022-11
Mover: Jose "Pepe" Diaz
Seconder: Rebeca Sosa
Vote: 7 - 3
No: Barreiro , Suarez , Martinez
Absent: Edmonson , Heyman , Bell
14A2  
  112388 Resolution   Click here if you don't have Adobe PDF Reader Clerk's Official Copy    Audrey M. Edmonson        
  RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR OR THE MAYOR’S DESIGNEE TO EXECUTE A LEASE AGREEMENT WITH CARLISLE DEVELOPMENT GROUP, LLC., A FLORIDA LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY FOR THE REDEVELOPMENT OF VACANT LAND LOCATED AT 2320 NW 62 STREET, MIAMI, FOR THE PURPOSE OF DEVELOPING AND OPERATING THE PROPERTY AS AFFORDABLE HOUSING WITH CERTAIN CONDITIONS FINDINGS AND REQUIREMENTS; AND AUTHORIZING THE COUNTY MAYOR OR THE COUNTY MAYOR’S DESIGNEE TO EXERCISE ANY AND ALL OTHER RIGHTS CONFERRED THEREIN(Internal Services) Adopted
Resolution R-1023-11
Mover: Rebeca Sosa
Seconder: Sally A. Heyman
Vote: 11 - 0
Absent: Edmonson , Suarez
14A3  
  112148 Resolution   Click here if you don't have Adobe PDF Reader Clerk's Official Copy     
  RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING EXECUTION OF AN AGREEMENT IN THE AMOUNT OF $39,300,000 WITH SHANGHAI ZHENHUA HEAVY INDUSTRIES CO., LTD TO OBTAIN FOUR DOCKSIDE CONTAINER GANTRY CRANES FOR MIAMI DADE SEAPORT DEPARMTENT FOR THE PORT OF MIAMI, AUTHORIZING THE COUNTY MAYOR OR COUNTY MAYOR’S DESIGNEE TO EXECUTE AN AGREEMENT FOR AND ON BEHALF OF MIAMI-DADE COUNTY AND TO EXERCISE ANY CANCELLATION AND RENEWAL PROVISIONS, AND TO EXERCISE ALL OTHER RIGHTS CONTAINED THEREIN CONTRACT NO. 750(Internal Services) Adopted
Resolution R-1024-11
Mover: Rebeca Sosa
Seconder: Sally A. Heyman
Vote: 11 - 0
Absent: Edmonson , Suarez
  11/9/2011 Forwarded to the BCC by the BCC Chairperson with a favorable recommendation by the Economic Development & Social Services Committee  
14A4  
  112381 Resolution   Click here if you don't have Adobe PDF Reader Clerk's Official Copy    Dennis C. Moss        
  RESOLUTION AMENDING RESOLUTION NO. R-749-11 TO CHANGE NAME OF GRANTEE FROM VILLA CAPRI ASSOCIATES, LTD. TO OPA-LOCKA COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION, INC. IN CONNECTION WITH GRANT IN AMOUNT OF $2,000,000 FROM BUILDING BETTER COMMUNITIES GENERAL OBLIGATION BOND PROGRAM PROJECT NUMBER 249 – ''PRESERVATION OF AFFORDABLE HOUSING UNITS AND EXPANSION OF HOME OWNERSHIP'' FOR DEVELOPMENT OF TWO-HUNDRED TWENTY AFFORDABLE RENTAL MID-RISE HOUSING UNITS; AND PROVIDING CERTAIN AMENDMENTS TO RELATED DOCUMENTS REGARDING SET ASIDE PERCENTAGES AND LOAN OF GRANT PROCEEDS FROM GRANTEE TO OWNER Adopted
Resolution R-1025-11
Mover: Rebeca Sosa
Seconder: Sally A. Heyman
Vote: 11 - 0
Absent: Edmonson , Suarez
14A5  
  112404 Resolution   Rebeca Sosa        
  RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING SELECTION OF AND EXECUTION OF GROUND LEASE AGREEMENTS WITH BISCAYNE HOUSING GROUP, LLC; CARLISLE DEVELOPMENT GROUP, LLC; GATEHOUSE DEVELOPMENT CORP., GORMAN & COMPANY, INC.; THE MICHAELS DEVELOPMENT COMPANY, LLP; AND RUDG, LLC, FOR DEVELOPMENT OF MIAMI-DADE COUNTY OWNED LAND TO ALLOW APPLICATION TO THE FLORIDA HOUSING FINANCE CORPORATION FOR NINE PERCENT LOW INCOME HOUSING TAX CREDITS, WAIVING THE REQUIREMENTS OF SECTIONS 2-8.3 AND 2-8.4 OF THE MIAMI-DADE COUNTY CODE PERTAINING TO BID PROTESTS, BY A TWO-THIRDS VOTE OF THE BOARD MEMBERS PRESENT; AMENDING RESOLUTION NO. R-05-10 RELATING TO LINCOLN GARDENS AND VICTORY HOMES; AUTHORIZING THE COUNTY MAYOR OR COUNTY MAYOR’S DESIGNEE TO EXECUTE AGREEMENTS FOR AND ON BEHALF OF MIAMI-DADE COUNTY AND TO EXERCISE ANY CANCELLATION AND RENEWAL PROVISIONS, AND TO EXERCISE ALL OTHER RIGHTS CONTAINED THEREIN CONTRACT NO. RFP794(Internal Services) Carried over to November 23, 2011
  REPORT: County Attorney Robert Cuevas stated a bid protest was filed in relation to this item.

A discussion ensued regarding the deferral of this item, at which time, County Attorney Cuevas recommended the Board recess the meeting until 9:30 a.m. on November 23, 2011, in order to hear the bid protest.

There being no objection, it was determined that this item would be heard on November 23, 2011 at 9:30 a.m.
 
14A6  
  112380 Resolution     Jean Monestime        
  RESOLUTION CALLING A COUNTYWIDE SPECIAL ELECTION IN MIAMI-DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA TO BE HELD ON TUESDAY, JANUARY 31, 2012, FOR THE PURPOSE OF SUBMITTING TO THE ELECTORS OF MIAMI-DADE COUNTY THE QUESTION OF WHETHER TO AMEND THE HOME RULE CHARTER TO PROVIDE FOR CREATION OF A TASK FORCE TO DEVELOP A ONE-TIME PLAN PLACING ALL UNINCORPORATED AREAS OF THE COUNTY WITHIN CITIES, WHICH PLAN, AS MAY BE AMENDED BY SUPERMAJORITY VOTE OF THE COMMISSION, SHALL BE SUBMITTED TO THE ELECTORATE AT A GENERAL ELECTION IN 2014 FOR APPROVAL AND IF APPROVED, WILL EFFECTUATE THE ANNEXATIONS AND INCORPORATIONS IN SUCH PLAN 4 Day Rule Invoked
  REPORT: During consideration of today's agenda, Commissioner Jordan invoked the 4-Day-Rule upon the foregoing proposed resolution.  
15 CLERK OF THE BOARD  
15B REPORTS  
15B1  
  112337 Report      
  PROPOSED PUBLIC HEARING DATES FOR ORDINANCES SUBMITTED FOR FIRST READING ON NOVEMBER 15, 2011(Clerk of the Board) Accepted
Mover: Rebeca Sosa
Seconder: Sally A. Heyman
Vote: 11 - 0
Absent: Edmonson , Suarez
15B2  
  112338 Report      
  PROPOSED 2012 CALENDAR FOR THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS - REGULAR, ZONING AND COMMITTEE MEETINGS(Clerk of the Board) Approved
Mover: Rebeca Sosa
Seconder: Sally A. Heyman
Vote: 11 - 0
Absent: Edmonson , Suarez
15C COUNTY ADVISORY BOARD APPOINTMENTS  
15C1  
  112339 Report      
  APPOINTMENT TO THE DIAL-A-LIFE PROGRAM ADVISORY AND OVERSIGHT BOARD ESTHER MARTIN(Clerk of the Board) Appointed
Mover: Rebeca Sosa
Seconder: Sally A. Heyman
Vote: 11 - 0
Absent: Edmonson , Suarez
15C2  
  112340 Report      
  REAPPOINTMENT TO THE HEALTH COUNCIL OF SOUTH FLORIDA, INC. JOSE PERDOMO(Clerk of the Board) Appointed
Mover: Rebeca Sosa
Seconder: Sally A. Heyman
Vote: 11 - 0
Absent: Edmonson , Suarez
15C3  
  112417 Report      
  APPOINTMENT OF GUSTAVO GODOY TO THE FILM AND ENTERTAINMENT ADVISORY BOARD Appointed
Mover: Dennis C. Moss
Seconder: Jean Monestime
Vote: 8 - 0
Absent: Edmonson , Heyman , Suarez , Bell , Bovo, Jr.
  REPORT: The Board of County Commissioners accepted, and the Clerk of the Board of County Commissioners received the appropriate memorandum for the foregoing appointment made by Commissioner Barreiro.  
15C4  
  112418 Report      
  APPOINTMENT OF LAURI BLOOM TO THE SPAY/NEUTER MIAMI FOUNDATION, INC. Appointed
Mover: Dennis C. Moss
Seconder: Jean Monestime
Vote: 8 - 0
Absent: Edmonson , Heyman , Suarez , Bell , Bovo, Jr.
  REPORT: The Board of County Commissioners accepted, and the Clerk of the Board of County Commissioners received the appropriate memorandum for the foregoing appointment by Commissioner Moss.  
15D COUNTY ADVISORY BOARD APPOINTMENTS BY BALLOT  
15D1  
  112366 Nomination      
  BALLOT APPOINTMENTS TO THE PERFORMING ARTS CENTER TRUST (PACT) INC., BOARD OF DIRECTORS SERGIO GONZALEZ (INCUMBENT) JUDITH KAMPS-GARCIA (COMMISSIONER BARREIRO) ANA M. GELABERT-SANCHEZ (COMMISSIONER SUAREZ) PETER LOVELLO (VICE-CHAIRWOMAN EDMONSON) ADRIANA SABINO (INCUMBENT) CAROLE ANN TAYLOR (INCUMBENT) GENE TINNIE (COMMISSIONER JORDAN)(Clerk of the Board) Withdrawn
  REPORT: See Agenda Item 15D1 Substitute, Legislative File No. 112393.  
15D1 SUBSTITUTE  
  112393 Nomination      
  BALLOT APPOINTMENTS TO THE PERFORMING ARTS CENTER TRUST (PACT) INC., BOARD OF DIRECTORS ARMANDO J. BUCELO, JR. (CHAIRMAN MARTINEZ) XAVIER CORTADA (COMMISSIONER SOSA) FELIX GARCIA (INCUMBENT) ANA M. GELABERT-SANCHEZ (COMMISSIONER SUAREZ) SERGIO GONZALEZ (INCUMBENT) JUDITH KAMPS-GARCIA (COMMISSIONER BARREIRO) DR. HENRY LEWIS, III (COMMISSIONER JORDAN) PETER LOVELLO (VICE-CHAIRWOMAN EDMONSON) ADRIANA SABINO (INCUMBENT) CAROLE ANN TAYLOR (INCUMBENT) GENE TINNIE (COMMISSIONER JORDAN) JIMMY E. WHITED(Clerk of the Board) Appointed
  REPORT: By ballot vote, Chairman Martinez read the five (5) names from the list of nominees to serve as At-Large members on the Performing Arts Center Trust, Inc.

The Board, by ballot vote, appointed the following nominees to the Performing Arts Center Trust, Inc.:

• Mr. Armando J. Bucelo, Jr. (Chairman Martinez) - 8 votes
• Mr. Garcia Felix (Incumbent) - 7 votes
• Mr. Sergio Gonzalez (Incumbent) - 10 votes
• Ms. Adriana Sabino (Incumbent) - 7 votes
• Ms. Carole Ann Taylor (Incumbent) - 9 Votes
 
15E MAYOR’S REQUEST FOR ALLOCATIONS FROM DISCRETIONARY OR IN-KIND RESERVE FUNDS  
15F NON-AGENDA ITEMS  
  REPORT: 1. Liberty Square Public Housing Sites

Commissioner Monestime asked that the Deputy Mayor and the Housing and Community Development Department Director provide a status report on the installation, maintenance, and repair of security cameras at the Liberty Square public housing sites operated by the County.

Chairman Martinez asked the Director to ensure that the timeline and the payment schedule for the awardee was included in the report and that this report be submitted for review at the December 6, 2011, Commission meeting.

Commissioner Jordan asked that the report requested by Commissioner Monestime include how the vendor intended to address concerns regarding non-working security cameras.


2. Marlins Job Advertisement

Commissioner Jordan commented on a recent job advertisement published by the Miami Marlins on their website that stated applications were only being accepted from individuals who were bilingual in English/Spanish. She expressed concern that the advertisement appeared biased against those who only spoke English or who were bilingual in English/Creole. She asked staff to contact the Marlins organization to correct their job advertisement.

Chairman Martinez concurred that all individuals should be given the opportunity to apply for a job at the Marlin’s stadium since it was publicly funded.

Commissioner Monestime concurred with Commissioner Jordan and Chairman Martinez, noting this matter needed to be immediately addressed by the Marlins organization.
 
15F1  
  112232 Report      
  PROPOSED PUBLIC HEARING DATES FOR ORDINANCES SUBMITTED FOR FIRST READING ON NOVEMBER 3, 2011(Clerk of the Board) Accepted as amended
Mover: Rebeca Sosa
Seconder: Lynda Bell
Vote: 9 - 0
Absent: Jordan , Edmonson , Barreiro , Diaz
  REPORT: The Board reconsidered the foregoing report to change the public hearing originally scheduled for Agenda Item 4A (Legislative File No. 112089) from the December 13, 2011 Internal Management and Fiscal Responsibility Committee at 2:00 p.m. to the December 12, 2011 Regional Transportation Committee at 9:30 a.m.  
  11/3/2011 Accepted as amended by the Board of County Commissioners  
15F2  
  112429 Report      
  LIBERTY SQUARE PUBLIC HOUSING SITES Presented
16 ITEMS SCHEDULED FOR THURSDAY  
16C METROPOLITAN PLANNING ORGANIZATION AGENDA (Scheduled for 2:00 p.m.)  
19 ADJOURNMENT  
  REPORT: At 6:24 p.m., Chairman Martinez announced today’s (11/15) meeting would be recessed until November 23, 2011 at 9:30 a.m. to consider agenda item 14A5, (Legislative file #112404).  
3 CONSENT AGENDA  


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