April 15, 2010
to the City of
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GENERAL AGENDA INFORMATION
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April 15, 2010
A. Meeting Called to Order and Roll Call.
Invocation and Pledge to the Flag of the
B. Approval of Agenda with Additions and Deletions.
C. Consent Agenda (see attached)
Awards & Presentations
Ordinances - (First
Setting May 6, 2010 as the public hearing date for the following proposed Ordinance(s):
1. An Ordinance extending the hours of operation for establishments that sell alcohol for consumption on the premises and for establishments that sell alcohol in sealed containers for consumption off the premises.
4. Resolution declaring the structure located at 138 - 69th Avenue North in violation of the Floodplain Management regulations; approving the "1316 Declaration;" and authorizing the forwarding of the declaration to FEMA.
F. New Business
2. Requesting City Council develop a policy to require City Permitted Parking Lots to require Visible Medallion Photo I.D. with a permit number for all workers and require a visible permit sign at all entrance into the lots. (Councilmember Newton)
3. Referring to the Public Services & Infrastructure Committee for discussion and consideration a requirement for a fluorescent orange flag on long poles for motorized wheelchairs as a safety measure. (Councilmember Newton)
G. Council Committee Reports
confirming the establishment of the Council Arts Funding Committee to discuss,
research and evaluate alternative ways to fund art and cultural programs in
I. Public Hearings and Quasi-Judicial Proceedings - 6:00 p.m.
NOTE: The following Public Hearing items have been submitted for consideration by the City Council. If you wish to speak on any of the Public Hearing items, please obtain one of the YELLOW cards from the containers on the wall outside of Council Chamber, fill it out as directed, and present it to the Clerk. You will be given 3 minutes ONLY to state your position on any item but may address more than one item.
(a) Resolution adopting a 201 Facility Planning Document entitled 201 Facilities Plan Update dated April 2010 as the planning document for the Citys wastewater management system to be eligible for State Revolving Fund (SRF) low interest loans.
(b) Authorizing the Mayor to apply for assistance from the State of Florida, State Revolving Fund (SRF) loan program for water reclamation facility improvement projects identified in Phase I of the 201 Facilities Plan Update dated April 2010 and to execute the requested loan agreement documents for an amount not to exceed $10.0 million as provided for by the SRF, for projects estimated to cost $8.4 million and subject to the approval of the City Attorney and Director of Finance.
J. Open Forum
If you wish to address City Council on
subjects other than public hearing or quasi-judicial items listed on this
agenda, please sign up with the Clerk prior to the meeting. Only the individual wishing to speak may sign
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owners of businesses in the City or their employees may speak. All issues discussed under Open Forum must be
limited to issues related to the City of
Speakers will be called to address Council according to the order in which they sign the Open Forum sheet. In order to provide an opportunity for all citizens to address Council, each individual will be given three (3) minutes. The nature of the speakers' comments will determine the manner in which the response will be provided. The response will be provided by City staff and may be in the form of a letter or a follow-up phone call depending on the request.
Consent Agenda I
Consent Agenda A
April 15, 2010
NOTE: Business items listed on the yellow Consent Agenda cost more than one-half million dollars while the blue Consent Agenda includes routine business items costing less than that amount.
(a) Awarding a contract to LEMA Construction & Developers, Inc. in the amount of $2,222,274.00 for the Progress Energy Center for the Arts Plaza improvements; rescinding an unencumbered appropriation in the General Capital Improvement Fund (3001) in the amount of $31,500 from the Albert Whitted Park/Civic Plaza Project (11020); approving the transfer of $31,500 from the increase in the unappropriated balance of the General Capital Improvement Fund (3001), resulting from this rescission, to the Arts in Public Places Fund (1901); and providing an effective date. (Engineering Project No. 06394-219; Oracle No. 11020).
(b) Authorizing the Mayor to execute Amendment No. 2 to Task Order No. CID-08-04-RAA to the agreement between the City of St. Petersburg and Robert Aude & Associates, Inc. in the amount not to exceed $70,250 for architectural and engineering services for the construction phase of the Progress Energy Center for The Arts public plaza and parking garage facade improvements, for a total amount not to exceed $350,750. (Engineering Project No. 06394-219; Oracle No. 11020)
2. Awarding a contract to Westra Construction Corp. in the amount of $1,236,000 for the Southwest Water Reclamation Facility Aeration Generator Replacement Project (Engineering Project Number 09032-111; Oracle Number 12340).
Consent Agenda II
Consent Agenda B
NOTE: The Consent Agenda contains normal, routine business items that are very likely to be approved by the City Council by a single motion. Council questions on these items were answered prior to the meeting. Each Councilmember may, however, defer any item for added discussion at a later time.
1. Accepting bids from CW Contracting LLC to rehabilitate residential properties located at 1234 10th Avenue South and at 931 57th Avenue North in an amount not to exceed $172,350, and accepting a bid from L&D Development, LLC doing business as Restoration Construction Team (RTC) to rehabilitate one residential property located at 2909 Freemont Terrace South in an amount not to exceed $23,378, for a total cost of $195,728.
4. Accepting proposals from Catholic Charities Diocese of St. Petersburg, Inc., St. Petersburg Neighborhood Housing Services, Inc., and Tampa Bay Community Development Corporation for foreclosure prevention training services for the Housing & Community Development Department at an amount not to exceed $100,000.
5. Authorizing the Mayor to sell the surplus, unimproved City-owned parcel located at approximately 1000 Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Street South, St. Petersburg, to Richard Martin Management Co., Inc. for $14,500.
6. Authorizing the Mayor to execute a five (5) year License Agreement with Gary & Cortney Webb, for an annual use fee of $50.00, to fence a portion of a City-owned property located in Safety Harbor for the City's 36-Inch Water Transmission Main.
7. Authorizing the Mayor to execute a License Agreement with the University of South Florida Board of Trustees, a public body corporate, for the use of property located at 4240 - 35th Avenue South, St. Petersburg, within a portion of City-owned Clam Bayou, for a period thirty-six (36) months, at a rent of $10.00 for the entire term. Requires affirmative vote of at least six (6) members of City Council.
declaring the structure located at 138 - 69th Avenue North in violation of the
Floodplain Management regulations; approving the "1316 Declaration;"
and authorizing the forwarding of the declaration to FEMA. [Moved to Reports as E-4]
11. Confirming the appointment of Robert K. Doyle and the reappointment of James R. Hobbs, Jr. and Gary A. Patterson as regular members to the Investment Oversight Committee to serve two-year terms ending March 31, 2012.
12. Approving Tampa Bay Research Institute's request to sublease a portion of its facility, situated on property currently leased from the City of St. Petersburg, at 10900 Roosevelt Boulevard, St. Petersburg, to Proteacel, LLC; and authorizing the Mayor to execute all documents necessary to effectuate same.
13. Rescinding an award to National Filter Media Corporation d/b/a Filter Belts, a subsidiary of Alsco, Inc. in the amount of $232,725 and awarding a contract to Refractron Technologies Corporation in the amount of $232,396 for a net decrease of $329 for filter plates for the Water Resources Department.
Note: An abbreviated listing of upcoming City Council meetings.
Budget, Finance & Taxation Committee
Thursday, April 8, 2010, 8:00 a.m., Room 100
Public Services & Infrastructure Committee
Thursday, April 8, 2010, 9:15 a.m., Room 100
Arts Funding Committee
Thursday, April 8, 2010, 11:00 a.m., Room 100
CRA/Agenda Review (4/15/10)
Thursday, April 8, 2010, 1:30 p.m., Room 100
Council Workshop Port Master Plan Update
Thursday, April 15, 2010, 1:30 p.m., Room 100
Committee of the Whole Council Agenda, Deadlines, Committees
Thursday, April 22, 2010, 1:00 p.m., Room 100
Council Workshop Mahaffey Theater, Mahaffey Foundation, and
Thursday, May 20, 2010, 1:00 3:00 p.m., Room 100
FY 2011 Budget Summits/Public Forums 6:00 P.M.
Wednesday, April 21, 2010, J. W. Cate Recreation Ctr., 5801 22 Avenue North
Wednesday, May 16, 2010, Enoch Davis Ctr.,
Wednesday, June 23, 2010, Council Chamber,
2 Regular Members
(Terms expire 9/30/10)
1 Regular Member
(Term expires 12/31/12)
Code Enforcement Board
2 Regular Members (Architect and Realtor categories)
(Terms expire 12/31/11 & 12/31/12)
Commission on Aging
1 Regular Member
(Term expires 12/31/10)
Nuisance Abatement Board
1 Alternate Member
(Term expires 8/31/10)