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ACTION AGENDA

MEETING OF JUNE 9, 2015

(Meeting convened at 10:12 a.m., recessed at 12:47 p.m., reconvened at 3:19 p.m., and adjourned at 4:24 p.m.)
 
PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE was led by Commissioner Dale V.C Holness, District 9.

CALL TO ORDER was led by Mayor Tim Ryan, District 7.


MOMENT OF SILENCE

In memory of our Armed Forces both here and abroad.
 
COMMISSIONER DISTRICT ATTENDANCE
Mark D. Bogen 2 Present
Beam Furr 6 Present
Dale V.C. Holness 9 Present
Martin David Kiar 1 Present
Chip LaMarca 4 Present
Stacy Ritter 3 Present
Tim Ryan 7 Present
Barbara Sharief 8 Present
Lois Wexler 5 Present


 
 
             
 
CONSENT AGENDA
 
A motion was made by Commissioner Sharief, seconded by Commissioner Holness and unanimously carried, to approve the Consent Agenda consisting of Items 1 through 59.  At the request of the Mayor, Regular Items 65, 67, 68, 69 and 70 were transferred to the Consent Agenda.

Each item voted on the Consent Agenda was passed by unanimous vote of the Commission unless otherwise indicated by record vote.

The following items were withdrawn/deferred: 2, 35, 61, 66, 73 and 74.

The following items were pulled by the Board and considered separately:  7, 18, 47 and 60.

The following item was pulled by the County Auditor Evan Lukic and considered separately: 50.

The following items were pulled by the public and considered separately: 10, 11, 12, 16, 21, 22, 28, 32, 41, 57, 58 and 60.
 
 
BOARD APPOINTMENTS
 
1.  
MOTION TO APPROVE Board Appointments
 
A.  
MOTION TO APPOINT William Gallo to the Historic Preservation Board. (Commissioner LaMarca)

ACTION:  (T-10:31 AM)  Approved with the Yellow-Sheeted Additional Material, dated June 9, 2015, submitted at the request of Commissioner LaMarca.
 
VOTE: 9-0.
 
Attachments
Additional Information - Agenda Item and County Attorney Letter
 
 
PORT EVERGLADES DEPARTMENT
 
2.  
MOTION TO APPROVE Lease Agreement between Broward County and Carvallo International Trading Services Corporation for approximately 29,990 square feet of warehouse space located at 3401 McIntosh Road in Broward County's Port Everglades, for a term of three years effective July 1, 2015 through June 30, 2018; and authorize the Mayor and Clerk to execute same.

(Withdrawn for further staff review.)
 
Attachments
Exhibit 1 - Agreement Summary
Exhibit 2 - Location Map
Exhibit 3 - Lease Agreement
 
3.  
A. MOTION TO APPROVE advance payments to Florida Power and Light (FPL) in the amount of $500,000 for the study and preliminary design of an electrical sub-station and $43,200 for a detailed cost estimate for duct bank distribution facilities to be sited at Broward County's Port Everglades to provide additional power distribution capacity for new container gantry cranes and marine terminal improvements in a not-to-exceed amount of $543,200.

ACTION:  (T-10:31 AM)  Approved.
 
VOTE: 9-0.

B. MOTION TO ADOPT budget Resolution No. 2015-283 within the Port Everglades Capital Fund in the amount of $543,200 for the purpose of providing funding for design services associated with the construction of an electrical sub-station and power distribution facilities at Broward County’s Port Everglades.

ACTION:  (T-10:31 AM)  Approved.
 
VOTE: 9-0.
 
 
 
Attachments
Exhibit 1 - Letter from FPL dated May 15, 2015 (electrical sub-station)
Exhibit 2 - Letter from FPL dated May 15, 2015 (distribution facilities)
Exhibit 3 - Letter from FPL dated May 28, 2015 (scope of work and timelines)
Exhibit 4 - Map
Exhibit 5 - Budget Resolution
 
 
TRANSPORTATION DEPARTMENT
 
  TRANSIT DIVISION
 
4.  
A. MOTION TO ADOPT Resolution No. 2015-284 authorizing the Mayor to execute and file a Supplemental Joint Participation Agreement (SJPA) with the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT), District 4, in the amount of $925,000, to provide funding for operations and maintenance of Interstate 95 Express Bus Service authorizing the County Administrator to take necessary administrative actions; authorizing the County Administrator to execute extensions; and providing for an effective date. The term of this supplemental agreement is from date of execution by FDOT through June 30, 2016.

ACTION:  (T-10:31 AM)  Approved.
 
VOTE: 9-0.

B. MOTION TO ADOPT unanticipated revenue Resolution No. 2015-285 to increase the Transit Division I-95 Express Grant Operating Fund in the amount of $925,000, to provide funding for operations and maintenance of Interstate 95 Express Bus Service.

ACTION:  (T-10:31 AM)  Approved.
 
VOTE: 9-0.
 
 
 
Attachments
Exhibit 1 - Resolution
Exhibit 2 - FDOT SJPA No. 5
Exhibit 3 - Budget Resolution
 
5.  
MOTION TO  APPROVE First Amendment to Agreement between Broward County and the Town of Hillsboro Beach for Community Bus Services; providing operating cost of $15 per revenue service hour, for an estimated additional annual amount of $5,203 to provide Saturday service beginning July 1, 2015; and authorize Mayor and Clerk to execute same. The term of the amendment is effective from execution through September 30, 2017. (Commission District 4)

ACTION:  (T-10:31 AM)  Approved.

 
VOTE: 9-0.
 
 
 
Attachments
Exhibit 1 - Agreement Summary
Exhibit 2- Community Bus Funding Application
Exhibit 3 - First Amendment
 
6.  
A. MOTION TO APPROVE First Amendment to Interlocal Agreement between Broward County and the City of Fort Lauderdale for Community Bus Service; providing operating cost of $15 per revenue service hour, for an estimated additional amount of $17,793 annually for additional weekday service beginning July 1, 2015; and authorize Mayor and Clerk to execute same. The term of the amendment is effective from execution through September 30, 2017. (Commission District 7)

ACTION:  (T-10:31 AM)  Approved with the Yellow-Sheeted Additional Material, dated June 9, 2015, submitted at the request of the Transportation Department.

 
VOTE: 9-0.

B. MOTION TO TERMINATE Interlocal Agreement between Broward County and City of Fort Lauderdale for Community Bus Service "Lease of Vehicle Only" for convenience.

ACTION:  (T-10:31 AM)  Approved with the Yellow-Sheeted Additional Material, dated June 9, 2015, submitted at the request of the Transportation Department.
 
VOTE: 9-0.
 
 
 
Attachments
Exhibit 1 - Agreement Summary
Exhibit 2 - Community Bus Funding Application
Exhibit 3 - First Amendment
Additional Material - Information
Additional Material - Information
 
7.  
MOTION TO APPROVE Agreement between Broward County and the Sheriff of Broward County, Florida, for Law Enforcement Special Detail Services; effective upon execution through September 30, 2017; in the not-to-exceed annual amount of $1,600,000; and authorize the Mayor and Clerk to execute same.

(Commissioner LaMarca pulled this item.)

ACTION:  (T-10:37AM)  Approved with the Yellow-Sheeted Additional Material, dated June 9, 2015, submitted at the request of the Transportation Department.   (Refer to minutes for full discussion.)   (Scrivener’s Error – See County Administrator’s Report: Motion currently reads: …not-to-exceed annual amount of $1,600,000 …. and should read: …. not-to exceed annual amount of $2,000,000.…)
 
VOTE: 9-0.
 
Attachments
Exhibit 1 - Summary
Exhibit 2 - Agreement
Additional Material - Information
 
8.  
MOTION TO ADOPT Resolution No. 2015-286 of the Board of County Commissioners of Broward County, Florida, declaring Thursday, June 18, 2015 as “Dump the Pump Day” in Broward County and encouraging people to ride public transportation; and providing for an effective date.

ACTION:  (T-10:31 AM)  Approved.
 
VOTE: 9-0.
 
 
 
Attachments
Exhibit 1 - Resolution
 
 
OFFICE OF INTERGOVERNMENTAL AFFAIRS AND PROFESSIONAL STANDARDS
 
9.  
MOTION TO DESIGNATE Commissioner Barbara Sharief as voting delegate and Commissioner Chip LaMarca as alternate voting delegate for the Broward County Board of County Commissioners, to cast the County's eligible votes at the 2015 National Association of Counties (NACo) Annual Conference in Mecklenburg County/Charlotte, NC.

ACTION:  (T-10:31 AM)  Approved.
 
VOTE: 9-0.
 
Attachments
Exhibit 1 - NACo 2015 Voting Credentials Packet
 
 
COUNTY ADMINISTRATION
 
 
CULTURAL DIVISION
 
10.  
A. MOTION TO APPROVE artwork design proposal for the Terminal 1 Suspended Artwork Project at the Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport in an amount not-to-exceed $400,000, which is currently budgeted in the Airport Capital Improvement Fund. (Commission District 7)

(A member of the public pulled this item.)


ACTION:  (T-10:38 AM)  Approved.  (Refer to minutes for full discussion.)
 
VOTE: 9-0.

B. MOTION TO APPROVE artwork design proposal for the Terminal 1 Play Sculpture Artwork Project at the Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport in an amount not-to-exceed $400,000, which is currently budgeted in the Airport Capital Improvement Fund. (Commission District 7)

(A member of the public pulled this item.)


ACTION:  (T-10:38 AM)  Approved.  (Refer to minutes for full discussion.)
 
VOTE: 9-0.

C. MOTION TO APPROVE artwork design proposal for the Terminal 1 Glass Art Wall Project at the Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport in an amount not-to-exceed $450,000, which is currently budgeted in the Airport Capital Improvement Fund. (Commission District 7)

(A member of the public pulled this item.)


ACTION:  (T-10:38 AM)  Approved.  (Refer to minutes for full discussion.)
 
VOTE: 9-0.

D. MOTION TO APPROVE artwork design proposal for the Terminal 1 Connector Bridge Artwork Project at the Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport in an amount not-to-exceed $450,000, which is currently budgeted in the Airport Capital Improvement Fund. (Commission District 7)

(A member of the public pulled this item.)


ACTION:  (T-10:38 AM)  Approved.  (Refer to minutes for full discussion.)
 
VOTE: 9-0.
 
 
 
Attachments
Exhibit 1 - Map of Terminal 1
Exhibit 2 - Artist's Design Proposal for the Suspended Artwork Project
Exhibit 3 - Artist’s Design Proposal for the Play Sculpture Artwork Project
Exhibit 4 - Artist’s Design Proposal for the Glass Art Wall Project
Exhibit 5 - Artist’s Design Proposal for the Connector Bridge Artwork Project
 
 
LIBRARIES DIVISION
 
11.  
MOTION TO ADOPT Resolution No. 2015-287 of the Board of County Commissioners of Broward County, Florida, accepting a donation of one HP Color Laser Jet Printer from Friends of the South Regional-Broward College Library, valued at $500 or more, for the use and benefit of the Broward County South Regional-Broward College Library; authorizing the County Administrator to take all administrative and budgetary actions to implement acceptance; and providing for severability and an effective date. (Commission District 6)

(A member of the public pulled this item.)

 
ACTION:  (T-10:45 AM)  Approved.   (Refer to minutes for full discussion.)
 
VOTE: 8-0.  Commissioner Wexler was not present during the vote.
 
ACTION:  (T-10:47 AM)  Commissioner Wexler requested being shown voting in the affirmative.  (Refer to minutes for full discussion.)
 
VOTE: 9-0.
 
 
 
Attachments
Exhibit 1 - Donation Resolution
Exhibit 2 - Donor Letter
 
 
PARKS AND RECREATION DIVISION
 
12.  
A. MOTION TO ACCEPT Award from Scott J. Israel, as Sheriff of Broward County, Florida ("BSO") in the not-to-exceed amount of $48,000 for the purpose of organizing and coordinating water-safety lessons commencing June 8, 2015, and ending on August 21, 2015, through Broward County's SWIM Central Program's approved contract vendors; to authorize the County Administrator to accept the Award and execute any related Memorandum of Understanding ("MOU") and amendments, retroactive to June 8, 2015, in a form approved by the Office of the County Attorney; and to take all administrative and budgetary actions necessary to implement same. (All Commission Districts)

(A member of the public pulled this item.)

 
ACTION:  (T-10:45 AM)  Approved.  (Refer to minutes for full discussion.)
 
VOTE: 9-0.

B. MOTION TO ADOPT unanticipated revenue Resolution No. 2015-288 in the General Fund for the Parks and Recreation Division in the amount of $48,000 for the benefit of the County's SWIM Central Program. (All Commission Districts)

(A member of the public pulled this item.)

 
ACTION:  (T-10:45 AM)  Approved.  (Refer to minutes for full discussion.)
 
VOTE: 9-0.
 
Attachments
Exhibit 1 - Award Letter
Exhibit 2 - Resolution
 
 
OFFICE OF ECONOMIC AND SMALL BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT
 
13.  
MOTION TO ADOPT Resolution No. 2015-289 recommending that Project Hook be approved as a qualified applicant for participation in the State of Florida Qualified Targeted Industry Tax Refund Program (“QTI”) pursuant to Section 288.106, Florida Statutes, for Fiscal Years 2015 through 2021, and requesting that the Department of Economic Opportunity waive the average wage requirement of 115% of the County’s average annual wage, permissible under Section 288.106(4)(b)1.b., Florida Statutes for manufacturing projects, based on the creation of 30 high-wage/high-skill jobs at 100% of the County’s average annual wage, resulting in an estimated capital investment in Broward County of $9,400,000.

ACTION:  (T-10:31 AM)  Approved.
 
VOTE: 9-0.
 
 
 
Attachments
Exhibit 1 - Project Hook Resolution
Exhibit 2 - Project Hook Tax Payout Analysis
Exhibit 3 - City of Miramar QTI Resolution
 
14.  
MOTION TO ADOPT Resolution No. 2015-290 recommending that Project KIT be approved as a qualified applicant for participation in the State of Florida Qualified Targeted Industry Tax Refund Program (“QTI”) pursuant to Section 288.106, Florida Statutes, and the QTI High Impact Sector Bonus Tax Refund Program, pursuant to Section 288.108, Florida Statutes, for Fiscal Years 2015 through 2019, based on the creation of ten high-wage/high-skill jobs resulting in an estimated capital investment in Broward County of $2,275,000.

ACTION:  (T-10:31 AM)  Approved.
 
VOTE: 9-0.
 
 
 
Attachments
Exhibit 1 - Project KIT Resolution
Exhibit 2 - Project KIT Tax Payout Analysis
Exhibit 3 - City of Pompano Resolution
 
15.  
MOTION TO ADOPT Resolution No. 2015-291 recommending that Project Arthur be approved as a qualified applicant for participation in the State of Florida Qualified Targeted Industry Tax Refund Program (“QTI”) pursuant to Section 288.106, Florida Statutes, and the QTI High Impact Sector Bonus Tax Refund Program, pursuant to Section 288.108, Florida Statutes, for Fiscal Years 2015 through 2023, based on the creation of 144 high-wage/high-skill jobs resulting in an estimated capital investment in Broward County of $394,800.

ACTION:  (T-10:31 AM)  Approved.
 
VOTE: 9-0.
 
 
 
Attachments
Exhibit 1 - Project Arthur Resolution
Exhibit 2 - Project Arthur Tax Payout Analysis
Exhibit 3 - City of Deerfield Beach Resolution
 
 
REQUEST TO SET FOR PUBLIC HEARING
 
16.  
MOTION TO ADOPT Resolution No. 2015-292 directing the County Administrator to publish Notice of a Public Hearing to be held on Tuesday, June 23, 2015, at 2:00 p.m., in Room 422 of the Governmental Center to consider adoption of a proposed Resolution, the title of which is as follows: (All Commission Districts)

A RESOLUTION OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF BROWARD COUNTY TRANSMITTING A PROPOSED AMENDMENT TO THE COASTAL MANAGEMENT ELEMENT OF THE BROWARD COUNTY COMPREHENSIVE PLAN TO DESIGNATED STATE AGENCIES; AND PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE DATE.

(A member of the public pulled this item.)
 
ACTION:  (T-10:47 AM)  Approved.  (Refer to minutes for full discussion.)
 
VOTE: 7-0.  Commissioner Bogen and Vice Mayor Kiar were not present during the vote.
 
ACTION:  (T-11:02 AM)  Vice Mayor Kiar requested being shown voting in the affirmative.  (Refer to minutes for full discussion.)
 
VOTE: 8-0.
 
 
 
Attachments
Exhibit 1 - Staff Report
Exhibit 2 - Proposed Resolution to Set Public Hearing
Exhibit 3 - Proposed Ordinance for Transmittal which includes proposed amendment as Attachment A
 
17.  
MOTION TO ADOPT Resolution No. 2015-293 directing the County Administrator to publish Notice of a Public Hearing to be held on Tuesday, June 23, 2015, at 2:00 p.m., in Room 422 of the Governmental Center to consider adoption of a proposed Resolution, the title of which is as follows: (All Commission Districts)

A RESOLUTION OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF BROWARD COUNTY TRANSMITTING A PROPOSED AMENDMENT TO THE CONSERVATION ELEMENT OF THE BROWARD COUNTY COMPREHENSIVE PLAN TO DESIGNATED STATE AGENCIES; AND PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE DATE.

ACTION:  (T-10:31 AM)  Approved.
 
VOTE: 9-0.
 
 
 
Attachments
Exhibit 1 - Staff Report
Exhibit 2 - Proposed Resolution to Set Public Hearing
Exhibit 3 - Proposed Ordinance for Transmittal which includes proposed amendment as Attachment A
 
18.  
MOTION TO ADOPT Resolution No. 2015-294 directing the County Administrator to publish Notice of a Public Hearing to be held on Tuesday, June 23, 2015, at 2:00 p.m., in Room 422 of the Governmental Center to consider adoption of a proposed Resolution, the title of which is as follows: (All Commission Districts)

A RESOLUTION OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF BROWARD COUNTY TRANSMITTING A PROPOSED AMENDMENT TO THE CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS ELEMENT OF THE BROWARD COUNTY COMPREHENSIVE PLAN TO DESIGNATED STATE AGENCIES; AND PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE DATE.

(Commissioner Furr pulled this item.)

ACTION:  (T-10:49 AM)  Approved.  The Board directed the County Attorney to work with staff to prepare an amendment, consistent with comments from Commissioners Furr and LaMarca, to be presented as part of the June 23, 2015, Public Hearing.  (Refer to minutes for full discussion.)
 
VOTE: 9-0.
 
 
 
Attachments
Exhibit 1 - Staff Report
Exhibit 2 - Proposed Resolution to Set Public Hearing
Exhibit 3 - Proposed Ordinance for Transmittal which includes proposed amendment as Attachment A
 
19.  
MOTION TO ADOPT Resolution No. 2015-295 directing the County Administrator to publish Notice of a Public Hearing to be held on Tuesday, June 23, 2015, at 2:00 p.m., in Room 422 of the Governmental Center to consider adoption of a proposed Resolution, the title of which is as follows: (All Commission Districts)

A RESOLUTION OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF BROWARD COUNTY TRANSMITTING A PROPOSED AMENDMENT TO THE INTERGOVERNMENTAL COORDINATION ELEMENT OF THE BROWARD COUNTY COMPREHENSIVE PLAN TO DESIGNATED STATE AGENCIES; AND PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE DATE.

ACTION:  (T-10:31 AM)  Approved.
 
VOTE: 9-0.
 
 
 
Attachments
Exhibit 1 - Staff Report
Exhibit 2 - Proposed Resolution to Set Public Hearing
Exhibit 3 - Proposed Ordinance for Transmittal which includes proposed amendment as Attachment A
 
20.  
MOTION TO ADOPT Resolution No. 2015-296 directing the County Administrator to publish Notice of a Public Hearing to be held on Tuesday, June 23, 2015, at 2:00 p.m., in Room 422 of the Governmental Center to consider adoption of a proposed Resolution, the title of which is as follows: (All Commission Districts)

A RESOLUTION OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF BROWARD COUNTY TRANSMITTING A PROPOSED AMENDMENT TO THE CLIMATE CHANGE ELEMENT OF THE BROWARD COUNTY COMPREHENSIVE PLAN TO DESIGNATED STATE AGENCIES; AND PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE DATE.

ACTION:  (T-10:31 AM)  Approved.
 
VOTE: 9-0.
 
 
 
Attachments
Exhibit 1 - Staff Report
Exhibit 2 - Proposed Resolution to Set Public Hearing
Exhibit 3 - Proposed Ordinance for Transmittal which includes proposed amendment as Attachment A
 
21.  
MOTION TO ADOPT Resolution No. 2015-297 directing the County Administrator to publish notice of a public hearing to be held on June 23, 2015, at 2:00 p.m., to consider transmittal to designated State review agencies of a proposed amendment to the Broward County Land Use Plan text (PCT 15-3), revising policies and criteria regarding Adaptation Action Areas (AAAs) and designating the Port Everglades Sand Bypass Project Area as an AAA, as an amendment to the Broward County Comprehensive Plan.

(A member of the public pulled this item.)

ACTION:  (T-11:01 AM)  Approved.  (Refer to minutes for full discussion.)
 
VOTE: 9-0.
 
Attachments
Exhibit 1 - Proposed Resolution
Exhibit 2 - Draft Resolution
 
22.  
MOTION TO ADOPT Resolution No. 2015-298 directing the County Administrator to publish notice of a public hearing to be held on June 23, 2015, at 2:00 p.m., to consider transmittal to designated State review agencies of a proposed amendment to the Broward County Land Use Plan Natural Resource Map Series (PCNRM 15-2), to update the Priority Planning Areas for Sea Level Rise Map, as an amendment to the Broward County Comprehensive Plan.

(A member of the public pulled this item.)

ACTION:  (T-11:02 AM)  Approved.  (Refer to minutes for full discussion.)
 
VOTE: 9-0.
 
Attachments
Exhibit 1 - Proposed Resolution
Exhibit 2 - Draft Resolution
 
23.  
MOTION TO ADOPT Resolution No. 2015-299 directing the County Administrator to publish notice of a public hearing to be held on June 23, 2015, at 2:00 p.m., to consider enactment of an Ordinance adopting a Small Scale land use plan amendment to the Broward County Land Use Plan, PC 15-9, in the City of Coconut Creek, to the Broward County Comprehensive Plan (Commission District 2), the substance of which is as follows:

AN ORDINANCE OF BROWARD COUNTY, FLORIDA, ADOPTING A SMALL SCALE AMENDMENT TO THE BROWARD COUNTY COMPREHENSIVE PLAN; AMENDING THE BROWARD COUNTY LAND USE PLAN WITHIN THE CITY OF COCONUT CREEK; AND PROVIDING FOR SEVERABILITY AND AN EFFECTIVE DATE.

ACTION:  (T-10:31 AM)  Approved.
 
VOTE: 9-0.
 
Attachments
Exhibit 1 - Proposed Resolution
Exhibit 2 - Draft Ordinance
 
24.  
MOTION TO ADOPT Resolution No. 2015-300 directing the County Administrator to publish a Notice of Public Hearing to be held on Tuesday, June 23, 2015, at 2:00 p.m. in the County Commissioners’ Meeting Room (Room 422), 115 South Andrews Avenue, Governmental Center, Fort Lauderdale, FL, to consider an application to renew the non-exclusive franchise of Ship Supply of Florida, Inc. d/b/a Ship Supply, to provide steamship agent services for a five-year term at Broward County's Port Everglades.

ACTION:  (T-10:31 AM)  Approved.
 
VOTE: 9-0.
 
Attachments
Exhibit 1 - Agreement Summary
Exhibit 2 - Resolution
Exhibit 3 - Notice to Publish
Exhibit 4 - Agreement
Exhibit 5 - Application
 
25.  
MOTION TO ADOPT Resolution No. 2015-301 directing the County Administrator to publish a Notice of Public Hearing to be held on Tuesday, June 23, 2015, at 2:00 p.m. in the County Commissioners’ Meeting Room (Room 422), 115 South Andrews Avenue, Governmental Center, Fort Lauderdale, FL, to consider an application to renew the non-exclusive franchise of Wilhelmsen Ships Service, Inc. to provide steamship agent services for a five-year term at Broward County's Port Everglades.

ACTION:  (T-10:31 AM)  Approved.
 
VOTE: 9-0.
 
Attachments
Exhibit 1 - Agreement Summary
Exhibit 2 - Resolution
Exhibit 3 - Notice to Publish
Exhibit 4 - Agreement
Exhibit 5 - Application
 
26.  
MOTION TO ADOPT Resolution No. 2015-302 directing the County Administrator to publish a Notice of Public Hearing to be held on Tuesday, June 23, 2015, at 2:00 p.m. in the County Commissioners’ Meeting Room (Room 422), 115 South Andrews Avenue, Governmental Center, Fort Lauderdale, FL, to consider an application to renew the non-exclusive franchise of United Stevedoring, Inc. d/b/a Hallmark Stevedoring Company, to provide steamship agent services for a five-year term at Broward County's Port Everglades.

ACTION:  (T-10:31 AM)  Approved.
 
VOTE: 9-0.
 
Attachments
Exhibit 1 - Agreement Summary
Exhibit 2 - Resolution
Exhibit 3 - Notice to Publish
Exhibit 4 - Agreement
Exhibit 5 - Application
 
27.  
MOTION TO DIRECT County Administrator to publish notice of a public hearing to be held Tuesday, June 23, 2015, at 2:00 p.m. in Room 422 of the Governmental Center to consider issuance of new Licenses to provide Nonemergency Medical Transportation Services (NEMTS) to Nice Transportation Service, Inc., and Veteran Transportation Service, Inc.

ACTION:  (T-10:31 AM)  Approved.
 
VOTE: 9-0.
 
Attachments
Exhibit 1 - Notice of Public Hearing
Exhibit 2 - Copy of NEMTS applications
 
 
ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AND GROWTH MANAGEMENT DEPARTMENT
 
  POLLUTION PREVENTION DIVISION
 
28.  
A. MOTION TO ACCEPT retroactively, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Cooperative Agreement PM-96495815 (Section 103 grant) in the amount of $89,175 and authorize the County Administrator to execute administrative and budgetary actions to implement the grant. (All Commission Districts)

(A member of the public pulled this item.)

 
ACTION:  (T-11:02 AM)  Approved.  (Refer to minutes for full discussion.)
 
VOTE: 8-0.  Commissioner Sharief was not present during the vote.
 
ACTION:  (T-11:42 AM)  Commissioner Sharief requested being shown voting in the affirmative.  (Refer to minutes for full discussion.)
 
VOTE: 9-0. 

B. MOTION TO ADOPT unanticipated revenue Resolution No. 2015-303 within the Air Pollution Control Fund for the Environmental Protection and Growth Management Department in the amount of $89,175 for the purpose of recognizing the grant funds received from U.S. EPA.

(A member of the public pulled this item.)
 
ACTION:  (T-11:02 AM)  Approved.  (Refer to minutes for full discussion.)
 
VOTE: 8-0.  Commissioner Sharief was not present during the vote.
 
ACTION:  (T-11:42 AM)  Commissioner Sharief requested being shown voting in the affirmative.  (Refer to minutes for full discussion.)
 
VOTE: 9-0. 
 
 
 
Attachments
Exhibit 1 - Agreement Summary
Exhibit 2 - EPA 103 Grant
Exhibit 3 - Budget Resolution
 
 
FINANCE AND ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES DEPARTMENT
 
29.  
MOTION TO ADOPT Resolution No. 2015-304 of the Board of County Commissioners of Broward County, Florida, authorizing the issuance of Water and Sewer Utility Revenue Refunding Bonds, Series 2015A (the "Series 2015A bonds"), to be issued in an aggregate principal amount not exceeding $50,110,000 to be applied, together with other legally available funds, if any, for the purposes of (1) refunding all or a portion of the County's Water and Sewer Utility Revenue Bonds, Series 2005A and (2) providing for the costs of issuance of the Series 2015A bonds; authorizing the issuance of Water and Sewer Utility Revenue Refunding Bonds, Series 2015B (the "Series 2015B bonds," and collectively with the Series 2015A bonds, the "Series 2015 Bonds"), to be issued in an aggregate principal amount not exceeding $158,065,000 to be applied, together with other legally available funds, if any, for the purposes of (1) refunding all or a portion of the County's Water and Sewer Utility Revenue Bonds, Series 2009A and (2) providing for the costs of issuance of the Series 2015B bonds; delegating to the County Administrator, within the parameters set forth herein, the authority to provide certain terms, provisions and providers of services for the Series 2015 Bonds; authorizing the execution and directing the authentication and delivery of the Series 2015 Bonds; providing for a book-entry system; finding the necessity for a negotiated sale of the Series 2015 Bonds; approving the form and authorizing the execution and delivery of a purchase contract providing for the sale of the Series 2015 Bonds to the underwriters named therein and delegating to the County Administrator the authority to consummate such sale and to award the Series 2015 Bonds pursuant to the purchase contract; approving the form and authorizing the distribution and use of a Preliminary Official Statement and authorizing the execution, distribution and use of a final Official Statement relating to the Series 2015 Bonds; approving the form of and authorizing the execution and delivery of Escrow Deposit Agreements; approving the form and authorizing the execution and delivery of a Disclosure Dissemination Agent Agreement; authorizing proper officials to do all things deemed necessary in connection with the issuance, sale, execution and delivery of the Series 2015 Bonds; providing for conflicts, severability and an effective date.

ACTION:  (T-10:31 AM)  Approved.
 
VOTE: 9-0.
 
Attachments
Exhibit 1 - Resolution with Exhibits
 
  ACCOUNTING DIVISION
 
30.  
MOTION TO FILE Broward County, Florida, Single Audit Report on Federal Awards and State Financial Assistance for the fiscal year ended September 30, 2014.

ACTION:  (T-10:31 AM)  Approved.
 
VOTE: 9-0.
 
Attachments
Exhibit 1 - Broward County Single Audit Report FY 2014
 
  ENTERPRISE TECHNOLOGY SERVICES
 
31.  
A. MOTION TO APPROVE Third Amendment to the Agreement between Broward County and Sprint Solutions, Inc. (Sprint) for Long Distance Telephone Services, Request for Letters of Interest (RLI) No. R0684315R1, to extend the term on a month-to-month basis for up to twelve months in the total estimated amount of $61,500 or $5,125 per month to be added to the original estimated agreement amount of $1,019,832, for a total Agreement amount of $1,081,332; and authorize the Mayor and Clerk to execute same.

ACTION:  (T-10:31 AM)  Approved.
 
VOTE: 9-0.

B. MOTION TO AUTHORIZE Director of Purchasing to execute a new Agreement on behalf of the Traffic Engineering Division for Multiprotocol Label Switching (“MPLS”) services with Sprint Solutions, Inc. (Sprint) as the most reasonable source provider for up to five years.

ACTION:  (T-10:31 AM)  Approved.
 
VOTE: 9-0.
 
Attachments
Exhibit 1 - Agreement Summary
Exhibit 2 - Third Amendment to Agreement
 
  PURCHASING DIVISION
 
  For Aviation Department
 
32.  
MOTION TO AUTHORIZE County Administrator to award and execute the contract to the low responsive, responsible  bidder for the Terminal 4 Eastern Expansion Project for the Fort Lauderdale- Hollywood International Airport.

(A member of the public pulled this item.)

ACTION:  (T-11:04 AM)  Following discussion, the Board tabled this item until after the 2:00 p.m. Public Hearing. (Refer to minutes for full discussion.)  (See Yellow-Sheeted Additional Material, dated June 9, 2015, submitted at the request of Finance and Administrative Services Department.)

ACTION:  (T-3:19 PM)  The Board deferred this item to Tuesday, June 23, 2015.  (Refer to minutes for full discussion.)  (See Yellow-Sheeted Additional Material, dated June 9, 2015, submitted at the request of Finance and Administrative Services Department.)

VOTE:  9-0.
 
Attachments
Additional Material - Information
 
  For Public Works Department
 
33.  
MOTION TO AWARD open-end contract to single bidder, National Fire Protection, LLC, for Groups 1 and 2 of Bid No. T1322620B1, Fire Suppression Systems Repair and Maintenance, for the Facilities Management Division and various other County agencies, in the estimated annual amount of $348,825 which includes allowance items in the annual amount of $82,900, and authorize the Director of Purchasing to renew the contract for two one-year periods for a three-year potential estimated amount of $1,046,475. The initial contract period begins on June 12, 2015 and terminates one year from that date. (All Commission Districts)

ACTION:  (T-10:31 AM)  Approved.

 
VOTE: 9-0.
 
Attachments
Exhibit 1 - Bid Tabulation
Exhibit 2 - Goal Memorandum dated January 29, 2015
Exhibit 3 - User Concurrence Memorandum signed May 1, 2015
Exhibit 4 - Price Analysis and Vendor Outreach Summary
 
34.  
MOTION TO AWARD open-end contract to low responsive responsible bidder, The Tools Man, Inc., a certified County Business Enterprise, for Line Items 1 - 24, Alternate Line Items 25 - 28, Line Items 29 - 32 and Line Items 35 and 36 for Water Meters, Bid No. Y1329205B1, for Water and Wastewater Services, in the estimated annual amount of $372,523, and authorize the Director of Purchasing to renew the contract for two one-year renewal periods for a three-year potential estimated amount of $1,117,569. The initial contract period shall start on June 11, 2015 and shall terminate one year from that date.

ACTION:  (T-10:31 AM)  Approved.
 
VOTE: 9-0.
 
Attachments
Exhibit 1 - Bid Tabulation
Exhibit 2 - Goal Compliance Memorandum dated April 16, 2015
Exhibit 3 - User Concurrence Memorandum signed May 1, 2015
 
35.  
MOTION TO AWARD open-end contract to low responsive, responsible bidder Osburn Associates, Inc., for Sign Sheeting and Liners, Bid No. P1304218B1, for the Traffic Engineering Division, in the estimated annual amount of $229,925, and authorize the Director of Purchasing to renew the contract for two one-year periods, for a maximum three-year potential estimated amount of $689,775. The initial contract period begins on the date of award and terminates one year from that date. (All Commission Districts)

(Withdrawn at the request of the County Auditor.)
 
Attachments
Exhibit 1 - Bid Tabulation
Exhibit 2 - Goal Memorandum dated August 27, 2014
Exhibit 3 - User Concurrence Memorandum signed April 21, 2015
Exhibit 4 - Rejection Memorandum Checklist dated April 13, 2015
Exhibit 5 - Price Analysis
 
36.  
MOTION TO AWARD open-end contract to low responsive, responsible bidder, Horsepower Electric Inc., for Bid No. T1305304B1, Miscellaneous Traffic and Roadway Construction, for the Highway Construction and Engineering Division and various other County agencies, in the estimated initial two-year amount of $7,070,847 which includes allowance items in the initial two-year amount of $190,000, and authorize the Director of Purchasing to renew the contract for an additional one-year period for a three-year potential estimated amount of $10,606,271. The initial contract period begins on June 26, 2015 and terminates two years from that date, contingent upon the receipt and approval of performance and payment guaranty. (All Commission Districts)

ACTION:  (T-10:31 AM)  Approved.

 
VOTE: 9-0.
 
Attachments
Exhibit 1 - Bid Tabulation
Exhibit 2 - Goal Memorandum dated April 14, 2015
Exhibit 3 - User Concurrence Memorandum signed April 29, 2015
Exhibit 4 - Price Analysis
 
37.  
MOTION TO AWARD open-end contract to single bidder, FG Construction, LLC, for Ready Mixed Concrete, Bid No. L1315104B1, for the Highway and Bridge Maintenance Division and various County agencies, in the annual estimated amount of $364,535 and authorize the Director of Purchasing to renew the contract for two one-year periods, for a three-year potential estimated amount of $1,093,605. The initial contract period begins on the date of award and terminates one year from that date. (All Commission Districts)

ACTION:  (T-10:31 AM)  Approved.

 
VOTE: 9-0.
 
Attachments
Exhibit 1 - Bid Tabulation
Exhibit 2 - Sheltered Market Review Form signed October 11, 2013
Exhibit 3 - User Concurrence signed April 29, 2015
Exhibit 4 - Vendor Price Analysis
 
38.  
MOTION TO AWARD open-end contract to single bidder, Prestige Property Maintenance, Inc., for Maintenance of Greenways and Miscellaneous Landscaping, Bid No. G1298502B1, for the Highway and Bridge Maintenance Division, in the annual estimated amount of $1,075,047, for Groups 1 through 3, including allowance items in the not-to-exceed annual amount of $104,000, and authorize the Director of Purchasing to renew the contract for two one-year periods, for a three-year potential estimated amount of $3,225,141. The initial contract period begins on the date of award and terminates one year from that date.

ACTION:  (T-10:31 AM)  Approved.
 
VOTE: 9-0.
 
Attachments
Exhibit 1 - Bid Tabulation
Exhibit 2 - Goal Compliance Memorandum dated May 7, 2015
Exhibit 3 - User Concurrence Memorandum signed May 12, 2015
Exhibit 4 - Price Analysis
 
  For Transportation Department
 
39.  
MOTION TO AWARD open-end contract to low, responsive, responsible bidder, Vimac USA, Inc., for Bus Stop Signs Replacement, Bid No. V1316220B1, for the Transit Division, in the estimated annual amount of $2,152,341 which includes allowance items in the annual amount of $165,000, and authorize the Director of Purchasing to renew the contract for one one-year period for a two-year potential estimated amount of $4,304,682. The initial contract period begins on the date of award and terminates one year from that date, contingent upon the receipt and approval of performance and payment guaranty.

ACTION:  (T-10:31 AM)  Approved.
 
VOTE: 9-0.
 
 
 
Attachments
Exhibit 1 - Bid Tabulation
Exhibit 2 - Goals Compliance Memorandum date April 16, 2015
Exhibit 3 - User Concurrence Memorandum signed April 7, 2015
Exhibit 4 - Price Analysis
 
 
AVIATION DEPARTMENT
 
40.  
MOTION TO APPROVE First Amendment to the Locally Funded Agreement between Broward County and the State of Florida Department of Transportation, to reallocate funding for additional scope to complete a traffic study of the U.S. 1 / Griffin Road Intersection associated with the South Runway at Broward County's Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport, to extend the expiration date from June 30, 2015 to June 30, 2016; and to authorize the Mayor and Clerk to execute same.

ACTION:  (T-10:31 AM)  Approved.
 
VOTE: 9-0.
 
 
 
Attachments
Exhibit 1 - Agreement Summary
Exhibit 2 - First Amendment
 
41.  
MOTION TO APPROVE Memorandum of Agreement between Broward County and the Florida Department of Environmental Protection, pursuant to Section 376.30701, Florida Statutes, and Chapter 62-780 of the Florida Administrative Code, for Land Use Controls at Broward County’s Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport; and authorize the Mayor and Clerk to execute same.

(A member of the public pulled this item.)
 
ACTION:  (T-11:42 AM)  Approved.  (Refer to minutes for full discussion.)
 
VOTE: 8-0.  Commissioner Furr was not present during the vote.
 
Attachments
Exhibit 1 - Agreement Summary
Exhibit 2 - Memorandum of Agreement
Exhibit 3 - Airport Boundary Map
 
42.  
MOTION TO APPROVE Unilateral Change Order No. 26 to the Agreement between Broward County and Tutor Perini Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood Venture, LLP, for Agreement No. N0840412P1, Design-Build Services for U.S. 1 / FEC RR Structures for the Expansion of Runway 10R-28L at Broward County's Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport, for a Field Office and associated relocation and maintenance costs in the total amount of $671,890, for a revised total Agreement amount of $219,825,884; and authorize the Mayor and Clerk to execute same.

ACTION:  (T-10:31 AM)  Approved.
 
VOTE: 9-0.
 
 
 
Attachments
Exhibit 1 - Unilateral Change Order No. 26
Exhibit 2 - OESBD Compliance Memorandum dated May 20, 2015
Exhibit 3 - Contract History
 
 
PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT
 
  HIGHWAY CONSTRUCTION AND ENGINEERING DIVISION
 
43.  
MOTION TO APPROVE Road Transfer Agreement between Broward County and the City of Fort Lauderdale for NW 19 Street from Powerline Road to NW 7 Avenue, at no cost to the County, effective upon execution; and authorize the Mayor and Clerk to execute same. (Commission District 7)

ACTION:  (T-10:31 AM)  Approved.

 
VOTE: 9-0.
 
Attachments
Exhibit 1 - Agreement Summary
Exhibit 2 - Road Transfer Agreement
Exhibit 3 - Location Sketch
 
44.  
A. MOTION TO APPROVE First Amendment to the Traffic Signalization Improvement Program Continuing Services Agreement, RFP No. R0840008R1, with Metric Engineering, Inc., to increase the total five-year maximum not-to-exceed funding limitation from $4,500,000 to $5,250,000. (All Commission Districts)

ACTION:  (T-10:31 AM)  Approved.

 
VOTE: 9-0.

B. MOTION TO APPROVE Work Authorization No. ME-0035, under the agreement between Broward County and Metric Engineering Inc. for Traffic Signalization Improvement Program Continuing Services, RFP No. R0840008R1, to provide construction engineering and inspection services for the design-build Mast Arm Conversions Group 2 Project for a Basic Services maximum not-to-exceed salary cost of $817,700, Optional Additional Basic Services not-to-exceed of $133,396, and not-to-exceed Reimbursables of $22,199 for a potential total work authorization amount of $973,295, and a time for performance of 600 calendar days; and authorize Mayor and Clerk to execute same. (All Commission Districts)

ACTION:  (T-10:31 AM)  Approved.

 
VOTE: 9-0.
 
Attachments
Exhibit 1 - Agreement Summary First Amendment to Agreement
Exhibit 2 - Agreement Summary Work Authorization ME-0035
Exhibit 3 - First Amendment to Agreement
Exhibit 4 - Work Authorization ME-0035
Exhibit 5 - CBE Goal Memorandum dated April 24, 2012
Exhibit 6 - CBE Goal Memorandum dated July 8, 2013
 
45.  
MOTION TO APPROVE County Incentive Grant Program Agreement between Broward County, the Town of Davie and the Florida Department of Transportation for improvements to Nova Drive from east of University Drive to Davie Road, at no cost to the County, effective upon execution by the Florida Department of Transportation; and authorize the Mayor and Clerk to execute same.  (Commission District 7)

ACTION:  (T-10:31 AM)  Approved.

 
VOTE: 9-0.
 
Attachments
Exhibit 1 - Agreement Summary
Exhibit 2 - CIGP Agreement
 
  REAL PROPERTY SECTION
 
46.  
MOTION TO APPROVE Seventh Amendment to Lease Agreement between Broward County (Tenant) and the City of Lauderhill (Landlord) for library premises at Lauderhill Mall located at 4257 NW 12 Street in Lauderhill, Florida, extending the lease one year, commencing October 1, 2015 and expiring on September 30, 2016, at no cost to the County, and providing for the County’s unilateral right to terminate the lease with 30 days prior written notice; and authorize the Mayor and Clerk to execute same. (Commission District 9)

ACTION:  (T-10:31 AM)  Approved.

 
VOTE: 9-0.
 
Attachments
Exhibit 1 - Agreement Summary
Exhibit 2 - Seventh Lease Amendment
Exhibit 3 - City of Lauderhill Resolution Approving Lease Amendment 7
Exhibit 4 - Property Appraiser Data Sheet
Exhibit 5 - Aerial Location Map
 
47.  
MOTION TO ADOPT Resolution No. 2015-305 approving and authorizing conveyance of a portion of certain real property being a portion of McNab Road and Hiatus Road right-of-way to the City of Tamarac by quit claim deed pursuant to Florida Statutes, Section 125.38; determining the property is not needed for County purposes; and authorizing the Mayor and Clerk to execute quit claim deed and recordation of same. (Commission District 3)

(Commissioner Ritter pulled this item.)

 
ACTION:  (T-11:45 AM)  Approved.  (Refer to minutes for full discussion.)
 
VOTE: 7-0.  Commissioner Ritter abstained from voting.  Commissioner Furr was not present during the vote.
 
Attachments
Exhibit 1 - Resolution Authorizing Conveyance
Exhibit 2 - Quit Claim Deed
Exhibit 3 - Aerial Location Map
 
  TRAFFIC ENGINEERING DIVISION
 
48.  
MOTION TO APPROVE Sixth Amendment to the Joint Participation Agreement between Broward County and the Florida Department of Transportation to acknowledge the funding of $2,500,000 by Florida Department of Transportation for its proportionate share of the operation and maintenance costs of the Broward County Traffic Management Center for Fiscal Years 2015/2016 through 2019/2020. (Commission District 9)

ACTION:  (T-10:31 AM)  Approved.

 
VOTE: 9-0.
 
Attachments
Exhibit 1 - Agreement Summary
Exhibit 2 - Amendment 6
 
49.  
MOTION TO APPROVE Agreement between Broward County and the City of Parkland assigning a portion of an existing security bond, in the amount of $150,000, to the City of Parkland for the installation of a traffic signal at Nob Hill Road and N. Heron Bay Boulevard/Parkland Reserve Boulevard, at no cost to the County, effective upon execution; and authorize the Mayor and Clerk to execute same. (Commission District 3)

ACTION:  (T-10:31 AM)  Approved.

 
VOTE: 9-0.
 
Attachments
Exhibit 1 - Agreement Summary
Exhibit 2 - Agreement
 
 
COUNTY AUDITOR
 
50.  
A. MOTION TO FILE County Auditor’s Report – Turner Construction Company - Review of Overhead and Fringe Benefit Factors - Consultant Services Contract for Construction Project Management Terminal 4 Gate Replacement Project (RFP N0923313P1) (Report No. 15-10)

(The County Auditor pulled this item.)

ACTION:  (T-11:45 AM)  Approved.   (Refer to minutes for full discussion.)  (Scrivener’s Error – See County Administrator’s Report: Additional Material from OESBD currently reads: Item #50; and should read Item #51.) 

VOTE: 9-0.

B. MOTION TO FILE County Auditor’s Report – DMJM Aviation, Inc. - Review of Overhead and Fringe Benefit Factors - Program Management Services for New South Runway, Terminal 4 Replacement and Enabling Projects at the Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport (Report No. 15-11)

(The County Auditor pulled this item.)

ACTION:  (T-11:45 AM)  Approved with the Yellow-Sheeted Additional Material dated, June 9, 2015, submitted at the request of the County Auditor.  (Refer to minutes for full discussion.)  (Scrivener’s Error – See County Administrator’s Report: Additional Material from OESBD currently reads: Item #50; and should read Item #51.) 

VOTE: 9-0.


C. MOTION TO FILE County Auditor’s Report – Atkins North America, Inc. (f/k/a PBS&J) - Review of Overhead and Fringe Benefit Factors - Consultant Services Contract for Expansion of Runway 9R/27L at the Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport (Report No. 15-12)

(The County Auditor pulled this item.)

ACTION:  (T-11:45 AM)  Approved.   (Refer to minutes for full discussion.)  (Scrivener’s Error – See County Administrator’s Report: Additional Material from OESBD currently reads: Item #50; and should read Item #51.) 


VOTE: 9-0.

D. MOTION TO FILE County Auditor’s Report – The Urban Group, Inc. - Review of Overhead and Fringe Benefit Factors – Consultant Services Contract for Noise Mitigation Program Assistance at the Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport (Report No. 15-13)

(The County Auditor pulled this item.)

ACTION:  (T-11:45 AM)  Approved.   (Refer to minutes for full discussion.)  (Scrivener’s Error – See County Administrator’s Report: Additional Material from OESBD currently reads: Item #50; and should read Item #51.) 


VOTE: 9-0.

E. MOTION TO FILE County Auditor’s Report – Gresham, Smith and Partners - Review of Overhead and Fringe Benefit Factors - Consultant Services Contract for Airport Terminals 1, 2, and 3 Modernization (Report No. 15-14)

(The County Auditor pulled this item.)

ACTION:  (T-11:45 AM)  Approved.  (Refer to minutes for full discussion.)   (Scrivener’s Error – See County Administrator’s Report: Additional Material from OESBD currently reads: Item #50; and should read Item #51.) 


VOTE: 9-0.

F. MOTION TO ADOPT County Auditor’s Recommendations

(The County Auditor pulled this item.)

ACTION:  (T-11:45 AM)  Approved.  (Refer to minutes for full discussion.) (Scrivener’s Error – See County Administrator’s Report: Additional Material from OESBD currently reads: Item #50; and should read Item #51.) 


VOTE: 9-0.
 
Attachments
Exhibit 1 - County Auditor’s Memo re: County Auditor’s Report
Exhibit 2 - County Auditor’s Report Turner Construction Company
Exhibit 3 - County Auditor’s Report DMJM Aviation, Inc
Exhibit 4 - County Auditor’s Report Atkins North America, Inc
Exhibit 5 - County Auditor’s Report The Urban Group, Inc
Exhibit 6 - County Auditor’s Report Gresham, Smith and Partners
Exhibit 7 - Management Response Turner Construction Company
Exhibit 8 - Management Response DMJM Aviation, Inc
Exhibit 9 - Management Response Atkins North America, Inc
Exhibit 10 - Management Response The Urban Group, Inc
Exhibit 11 - Management Response Gresham, Smith and Partners
Additional Material - Information
 
51.  
A. MOTION TO FILE County Auditor’s Report – Consultant and Managing General Contractor Standard Agreement Form Updates (Report No. 15-9 )

ACTION:  (T-10:31 AM)  Approved.  (Scrivener’s Error – See County Administrator’s Report: Additional Material from OESBD currently reads: Item #50; and should read Item #51.)  (See Yellow-Sheeted Additional Material, dated June 9, 2015, submitted at the request of the Office of Economic and Small Business Development.)
 
VOTE: 9-0.

B. MOTION TO ADOPT County Auditor’s Recommendations

ACTION:  (T-10:31 AM)  Approved.  (Scrivener’s Error – See County Administrator’s Report: Additional Material from OESBD currently reads: Item #50; and should read Item #51.)  (See Yellow-Sheeted Additional Material, dated June 9, 2015, submitted at the request of the Office of Economic and Small Business Development.)
 
VOTE: 9-0.
 
Attachments
Exhibit 1 - County Auditor’s Report
Exhibit 2 - Memo re County Auditor’s Report
Exhibit 3 - BCF 202 - Standard Consultant Agreement Form
Exhibit 4 - BCF 404 - Standard Airport Design Consultant Agreement Form
Exhibit 5 - BCF 101 - Standard Agreement Form
Exhibit 6 - BCF 403 - Standard Airport Non-Design Consultant Agreement Form
Exhibit 7 - Standard Construction Manager at Risk Construction Services Agreement Form
Additional Material - Information
 
 

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QUASI-JUDICIAL CONSENT HEARING

ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AND GROWTH MANAGEMENT DEPARTMENT

 
PLANNING AND REDEVELOPMENT DIVISION
 
 
52.  
DISCUSSION: of plat entitled “Coral Lago” (040-MP-14). (Commission District 3)

ACTION:  (T-10:31 AM)  Approved the plat subject to staff’s recommendations as outlined in the Development Review Report.

 
VOTE: 9-0.
 
Attachments
Exhibit 1 - Development Review Report
 
53.  
DISCUSSION: of plat entitled “Jacob’s Hammock” (036-MP-14). (Commission District 7)

ACTION:  (T-10:31 AM)  Approved the plat subject to staff’s recommendations as outlined in the Development Review Report.

 
VOTE: 9-0.
 
Attachments
Exhibit 1 - Development Review Report
 
54.  
DISCUSSION: of plat entitled “Lauderhill Fire Station 110” (016-MP-14). (Commission District 9)

ACTION:  (T-10:31 AM)  Approved the plat subject to staff’s recommendations as outlined in the Development Review Report.

 
VOTE: 9-0.
 
Attachments
Exhibit 1 - Development Review Report
 
55.  
DELEGATION: Heather Jo Allen regarding request to amend the plat note on FBCCC (018-MP-11). (Commission District 5)

ACTION:  (T-10:31 AM)  Approved per staff’s recommendations.

 
VOTE: 9-0.
 
Attachments
Exhibit 1 – Staff Report
 
56.  
DELEGATION: Barbara A. Hall regarding request to amend the plat note on Oakwood Hills (073-MP-83). (Commission District 7)

ACTION:  (T-10:31 AM)  Approved per staff’s recommendations.

 
VOTE: 9-0.
 
Attachments
Exhibit 1 – Staff Report
 
 
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COUNTY COMMISSION
 
57.  
MOTION TO ADOPT Resolution No. 2015-306 supporting continued coordination among federal and state agencies, tribes, local governments, environmental interest groups, and other stakeholders in seeking to provide the best available scientific and technical information to the U.S Army Corps of Engineers as the basis for its management of water levels in Lake Okeechobee and the Water Conservation Areas. (Mayor Ryan)

(A member of the public pulled this item.)

ACTION:  (T-11:55 AM)  Approved.  (Refer to minutes for full discussion.)
 
VOTE: 9-0.
 
 
 
Attachments
Exhibit 1 - Resolution
 
58.  
MOTION TO APPROVE Revocable License Agreement between Broward County and City of Fort Lauderdale for nonexclusive access and use of County right-of-way on the SW 4th Avenue bridge over Tarpon River, effective upon execution; and authorize the Mayor and Clerk to execute same. (Mayor Ryan)

(A member of the public pulled this item.)

ACTION:  (T-12:00 PM)  Approved.  (Refer to minutes for full discussion.)
 
VOTE: 9-0.
 
Attachments
Exhibit 1 - Revocable License Agreement
 
 
COUNTY ATTORNEY
 
59.  
MOTION TO AUTHORIZE and adopt a budget Resolution No. 2015-307 transferring $32,000,000 within the Resource Recovery Fund from fund reserves to enable Broward County (the "County") to make the payments required under the Settlement Agreement in the litigation styled City of Sunrise et al. v. Broward County, 17th Judicial Circuit Court Case No. 13-015660(19) (the "Litigation"), and authorize all administrative actions necessary to distribute those funds consistent with the Settlement Agreement (for those municipalities that sued the County and other municipalities that did not sue but joined the Settlement Agreement) and consistent with a separate distribution agreement between the County and up to eight former municipal members of the November 1986 Interlocal Agreement that did not join in the Litigation or Settlement Agreement.

ACTION:  (T-10:31 AM)  Approved.
 
VOTE: 9-0.
 
Attachments
Exhibit 1 - Resource Recovery Fund Resolution
Exhibit 2 - 2012 Tonnage Schedule
 
60.  
MOTION TO DIRECT Office of the County Attorney to draft an Ordinance amending Section 1-19 of the Broward County Code of Ordinances pertaining to the Broward County Elected Official Code of Ethics (the "Elected Officials Ethics Code"), consistent with the guidance provided during the public workshop held on May 5, 2015, and consistent with further direction that may be received during the June 9, 2015, County Commission meeting.

(Commissioners Furr and Holness, Vice Mayor Kiar and a member of the public pulled this item.)
 
ACTION:  (T-12:01 PM)  Following discussion, the Board provided staff direction to draft an Ordinance.   (Refer to minutes for full discussion.)
 
VOTE: 9-0.
 
Attachments
Exhibit 1 - Items to be included in draft Ordinance
 
 
REGULAR AGENDA
 
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QUASI-JUDICIAL HEARING

ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AND GROWTH MANAGEMENT DEPARTMENT

PLANNING AND REDEVELOPMENT DIVISION
 
Please be advised that the following item on the Commission’s agenda is quasi-judicial in nature. If you wish to object or comment upon this item, please indicate the item number you would like to address when the announcement regarding the quasi-judicial item is made. All witnesses who will testify on any quasi-judicial item will be sworn. Participants who are members of the general public need not be sworn and will not be subject to cross examination if they are not sworn. The Commission shall not assign unsworn testimony the same weight or credibility as sworn testimony in its deliberations.
 
61.  
DELEGATION: Samuel E. Poole III regarding request for a two-year extension of the findings of adequacy on Lots 60 – 62 of the Replat of Portion of West Broward Industrial Park Plat (069-MP-93). (Commission District 5)

(Deferred to January 19, 2016, or sooner, at the applicant’s request, to study the status of litigation.)
 
Attachments
Exhibit 1 - Lots 60 – 62 of Replat of Portion of West Broward Industrial Park Plat Aerial
Exhibit 2 – Aerial showing municipal boundaries
Exhibit 3 - Delegation Request Form
Exhibit 4 - Seventeenth Judicial Circuit Court Case - City of Pembroke Pines vs. Corrections Corporation of America
Exhibit 5 – Fourth District Court of Appeal - Corrections Corporation of America vs. City of Pembroke Pines
Exhibit 6 – Letter from the Town of Southwest Ranches
Exhibit 7 – Notification Letter to the City of Pembroke Pines
Exhibit 8 – Letter from the City of Pembroke Pines
Additional Material - Information
 
 
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PRESENTATION: TERMINAL MODERNIZATIONS
KENT GEORGE, AVIATION DIRECTOR
 
 
AVIATION DEPARTMENT
 
62.  
MOTION TO APPROVE Second Amendment to the Agreement between Broward County and Gresham, Smith and Partners, RLI No. R0900601R1, Consultant Services for Terminal Modernizations at Broward County's Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport, for an increase in the not-to-exceed amount of $11,700,000, increasing the total Agreement from $14,000,000 to $25,700,000 with no change to the Agreement term; and authorize the Mayor and Clerk to execute same.

ACTION:  (T-12:39 PM)  Approved with the Yellow-Sheeted Additional Material, dated June 9, 2015, submitted at the request of the Aviation Department.  (Refer to minutes for full discussion.)
 
VOTE: 9-0.
 
 
 
Attachments
Exhibit 1 - Agreement Summary
Exhibit 2 - Second Amendment
Exhibit 3 - Compliance Memo Dated May 13, 2015
Additional Material - Information
 
63.  
MOTION TO APPROVE Second Amendment to the Addendum to the Signatory Terminal Building Lease Agreement between Broward County and JetBlue Airways Corporation, for management of the design and construction work to modernize certain areas in Terminal 3 at Broward County's Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport, for an increase in the amount of $24,000,000, increasing the total Addendum amount from $62,000,000 to $86,000,000, and authorize the Mayor and Clerk to execute same.

ACTION:  (T-12:39 PM)  Approved.  (Refer to minutes for full discussion.)
  
VOTE: 9-0.
 
 
 
Attachments
Exhibit 1- Agreement Summary
Exhibit 2 - Second Amendment
Exhibit 3 - OESBD Memorandum, dated June 2, 2015
 
64.  
A. MOTION TO ADOPT unanticipated revenue Resolution No. 2015-308 within the Aviation – Airport Expansion Program 3 Fund in the amount of $50,000,000 for the purpose of increasing the Concourse A Project based on the completed scope and Initial Guaranteed Maximum Price issued in May 2015 by Southwest Airlines.
 
ACTION:  (T-12:40 PM)  Approved.  (Refer to minutes for full discussion.)
 
VOTE: 9-0.

B. MOTION TO ADOPT unanticipated revenue Resolution No. 2015-309  within the Aviation – Renewal & Replacement Fund in the amount of $50,000,000 to reduce the budget for the Terminal Modernizations Project based on the completed scope and Initial Guaranteed Maximum Price issued in May 2015 by Southwest Airlines.

ACTION:  (T-12:40 PM)  Approved.  (Refer to minutes for full discussion.)
 
VOTE: 9-0.
 
Attachments
Exhibit 1 - Budget Resolutions
 
 
FINANCE AND ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES DEPARTMENT
 
  PURCHASING DIVISION
 
  For Aviation Department
 
65.  
MOTION TO APPROVE Request for Proposals (RFP) No. R1330212P1, FAR Part 150 Noise Compatibility Planning Consulting Services for Broward County's Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport.

(Transferred to the Consent Agenda.)
 
ACTION:  (T-10:31 AM)  Approved.
 
VOTE: 9-0.
 
Attachments
Exhibit 1 - RFP No. R1330212P1
Exhibit 2 - Goal Memorandum dated April 21, 2015
Exhibit 3 - Workforce Investment Program Memorandum dated May 15, 2015
 
  For Environmental Protection and Growth Management Department
 
66.  
MOTION TO APPROVE Request for Letters of Interest (RLI) No. R1334002R1, Broward County Sea Turtle Conservation Program.

(Withdrawn for further staff review.)
 
Attachments
Exhibit 1 - RLI No. R1334002R1
Exhibit 2 - Goal Memorandum dated April 20, 2015
 
  For Finance and Administrative Services Department
 
67.  
MOTION TO APPROVE Request for Proposals (RFP) No. R1345019P1, Debt Collection Services.

(Transferred to the Consent Agenda.)
 
ACTION:  (T-10:31 AM)  Approved.
 
VOTE: 9-0.
 
Attachments
Exhibit 1 - RFP No. R1345019P1
Exhibit 2 - Sheltered Market Review Form dated September 26, 2014
 
  For Port Everglades Department
 
68.  
MOTION TO APPROVE final ranking of the single qualified firm, Prologis L.P., for Request for Proposals (RFP) No. R1217909P1, Foreign Trade Zone (FTZ) Relocation; and authorize staff to proceed with negotiations. (Commission Districts 4 and 7)

(Transferred to the Consent Agenda.)

 
ACTION:  (T-10:31 AM)  Approved with the Yellow-Sheeted Additional Material, dated June 9, 2015, submitted at the request of Finance and Administrative Services Department.
 
VOTE: 9-0.
 
Attachments
Exhibit 1 - Combination Evaluation Committee Meeting Minutes
Exhibit 2 - Three-Question Matrix and Reference Checks
Additional Material - Information
 
  For Public Works Department
 
69.  
MOTION TO APPROVE Request for Proposals (RFP) No. R1319905P1, Fiber Optic Data Tracking System and Data Collection.

(Transferred to the Consent Agenda.)
 
ACTION:  (T-10:31 AM)  Approved.
 
VOTE: 9-0.
 
Attachments
Exhibit 1 - RFP No. R1319905P1
Exhibit 2 - Goal Memorandum dated May 13, 2015
 
 
PORT EVERGLADES
 
70.  
MOTION TO AUTHORIZE Director of Purchasing to negotiate, approve and execute a Third Amendment to the existing Software License Agreement between Broward County and HOMEDATA (Rochester) Inc., to continue software support for EZ-FTZ software at Broward County's Port Everglades Foreign-Trade Zone No. 25 for up to three one year extensions commencing September 11, 2015, with a not-to-exceed value for software support and any additional services of $75,000.

(Transferred to the Consent Agenda.)
 
ACTION:  (T-10:31 AM)  Approved.
 
VOTE: 9-0.
 
Attachments
Exhibit 1 - Approved Sole Source Request dated March 26, 2015
 
 
COUNTY COMMISSION
 
71.  
MOTION TO DISCUSS My Brother’s Keeper (MBK) Community Challenge, an initiative of The President of the United States of America, the Honorable Barack H. Obama. (Commissioner Holness)

ACTION:  (T-12:40 PM)  Following discussion, the Board tabled this item until after the 2:00 p.m. Public Hearing. (Refer to minutes for full discussion.) (See Yellow-Sheeted Additional Material dated, June 9, 2015, submitted at the request of Commissioners Furr and Holness.)

ACTION:  (T-3:34 PM)  Following discussion, the Board requested that staff work with various entities to provide leadership and to help improve employment opportunities for disadvantaged and underemployed residents.  (Refer to minutes for full discussion.)  (See Yellow-Sheeted Additional Material, dated June 9, 2015, submitted at the request of Commissioners Furr and Holness.)
 
Attachments
Exhibit 1 - My Brother’s Keeper Task Force Report to the President
Additional Material - Information
Additional Material - Information
 
72.  
MOTION TO APPROVE Broward County’s sponsorship of the 2015 “Jonathan Day” event for the benefit of children with autism and their families to enjoy a fun day at Everglades Holiday Park. (Vice Mayor Kiar)

ACTION:  (T-3:43 PM)  Approved.  (Refer to minutes for full discussion.)  (See Yellow-Sheeted Additional Material, dated June 9, 2015, submitted at the request of Parks and Recreation Division.)

VOTE:  9-0.
 
Attachments
Exhibit 1 - CBS Letter
Additional Material - Information
 
73.  
MOTION TO ADOPT Resolution encouraging the Broward County Supervisor of Elections (the “SOE”) to utilize the funds saved by limiting early voting from 14 days to 10 days to pay for the postage on returned absentee ballots. (Commissioner Bogen)

(Withdrawn at the request of the sponsoring commissioner.)
 
 
 
Attachments
Exhibit 1 - Copy of Proposed Resolution
Additional Material - Information
 
74.  
MOTION TO ADOPT Resolution encouraging the Broward County Supervisor of Elections (the “SOE”) to adopt a policy precluding SOE contractors that donate to or actively support a candidate from providing professional or legal guidance to the SOE in connection with the election contest in which the above-referenced candidate is participating.  (Commissioner Bogen)

(Withdrawn at the request of the sponsoring commissioner.)
 
Attachments
Exhibit 1 - Copy of Proposed Resolution
Exhibit 2 - Copy of Florida Div. of Corporations -Right Consulting, LLC
Exhibit 3 - Copy of Florida Div. of Corporations - Burnadette Norris-Weeks, P.A.
Exhibit 4 - Copy of Lisa Aronson 2014 Campaign Contributions
Exhibit 5 - Copy of Ken Keechl 2014 Campaign Contributions
Exhibit 6 - Copy of Alexandra Davis 2014 Campaign Contributions
Exhibit 7 - Copy of Dale Holness 2016 Campaign Contributions
Additional Material - Information
 
75.  
MAYOR'S REPORT

A.  CENTERS FOR MEDICARE AND MEDICAID SERVICES

ACTION:  (T-3:52 PM)  Mayor Ryan expressed opposition to the State of Florida’s 1115 Managed Medical Assistance Waiver – Low Income Pool (LIP) amendment (Project Number 11-W-002064.)   In addition, Mayor Ryan asked for Board support to send a letter as reflected in Yellow-Sheeted Additional, dated, June 9, 2015, to Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, as redistribution of funds will be applied to private hospitals that are not required to take indigent care; as such, funds would be provided to hospitals outside of Broward County.  (Refer to minutes for full discussion.)

Following discussion, the Board voted to approve sending a letter as reflected in Yellow-Sheeted Additional, dated, June 9, 2015, to Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services.  (Refer to minutes for full discussion.)

VOTE:  6-3.  Commissioners LaMarca, Ritter and Wexler voted no.
 
Attachments
Additional Material - Information
 
76.  
COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR'S REPORT

A. KUDOS

ACTION:  (T-4:00 PM)  County Administrator Bertha Henry gave kudos to staff, as Broward County recently received 28 NACIO Awards.  (Refer to minutes for full discussion.)
   
B.  BROWARD COUNTY ANIMAL CARE AND ADOPTION

ACTION:  (T-4:01 PM)  County Administrator Bertha Henry reported that kitten and cat adoption fees will be waived through the month of June.  For dog lovers, dog adopters will be able to "Name your Adoption Fee" when adopting a puppy or dog.  (Refer to minutes for full discussion.)
 
 
SUPPLEMENTAL AGENDA
 
 
COUNTY COMMISSION
 
77.  
MOTION TO DISCUSS transmittal of the letter to the Broward Metropolitan Planning Organization to support the Griffin Road Park and Ride project which will be a key component of the proposed I-75 Express Bus service. (Commissioner Wexler)

ACTION:  (T-3:46 PM)  Following discussion, the Board voted to approve transmittal of the letter to the Broward Metropolitan Planning Organization.  (Refer to minutes for full discussion.)

VOTE: 9-0.
 
 
 
Attachments
Exhibit 1 - Draft Letter to Broward County MPO
Exhibit 2 - Background and utilization information
 
 
NON-AGENDA
 
78.  
ITEM 71 - COMMISSIONER HOLNESS

ACTION:  (T-4:04 PM)  Commissioner Holness thanked May Smith for bringing attention to Item 71 on today's agenda.  (Refer to minutes for full discussion.)
 
79.  
AIRPORT MINORITY ADVISORY COUNCIL - COMMISSIONER HOLNESS

ACTION:  (T-4:04 PM)  Commissioner Holness encouraged Board participation for the Airport Minority Advisory Council at the Fort Lauderdale Marriott Harbor Beach Resort and Spa from June 12 through June 16.  (Refer to minutes for full discussion.)
 
80.  
8th ANNUAL "COMMUNITY BABY SHOWER"  - COMMISSIONER HOLNESS

ACTION:  (T-4:06 PM)  Commissioner Holness noted that the 8th Annual "Community Baby Shower" sponsored in part by Broward County Parks, will be held at Roosevelt Gardens in Fort Lauderdale.  Childbirth education, child safety and infant care information is available for mothers and fathers to be.  For more information, call (954) 357-8700.  (Refer to minutes for full discussion.)
 
81.   HEALTH AND WELLNESS - COMMISSIONER HOLNESS

ACTION:  (T-4:07 PM)  Commissioner Holness pointed out that there will be free health and wellness services on Saturday, June 13, 2015, at 1335 South State Road 7 in North Lauderdale.  (Refer to minutes for full discussion.)
 
82.   RAPA NUI REEF – COMMISSIONER LAMARCA

ACTION: (T-4:07 PM) Commissioner LaMarca commented on the Rapa Nui Reef in Deerfield Beach.  Commissioner LaMarca pointed out the tremendous efforts, as well as the great work in Broward County. (Refer to minutes for full discussion.)
 
83.  
CONGRATULATIONS - COMMISSIONER LAMARCA

ACTION: (T-4:08 PM) Commissioner LaMarca congratulated Sean and Adie Kolaskar on the birth of their baby. (Refer to minutes for full discussion.)
 
84.   WELCOME – COMMISSIONER LAMARCA

ACTION: (T-4:08 PM) Commissioner LaMarca asked everyone to welcome Intern Aaron Bibbee to his office. (Refer to minutes for full discussion.)
 
85.   ETHICS – COMMISSIONER BOGEN

ACTION: (T-4:08 PM) Commissioner Bogen referenced two items that he pulled off today’s agenda surrounding ethics. Commissioner Bogen commented that an item will be coming back to the Board in two weeks. (Refer to minutes for full discussion.)
 
86.   CITY OF MIRAMAR – COMMISSIONER SHARIEF

ACTION: (T-4:10 PM) Commissioner Sharief pointed out that the City of Miramar celebrated its 60th year last month. In addition, Commissioner Sharief congratulated the City of Miramar on its success in recruiting businesses. (Refer to minutes for full discussion.)
 
87.  
 
88.  
SOMERSET ACADEMY HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATION - COMMISSIONER SHARIEF

ACTION: (T-4:11 PM) Commissioner Sharief noted that she recently attended the Somerset Academy High School Graduation in Miramar.  Commissioner Sharief congratulated graduates, faculty and staff. (Refer to minutes for full discussion.)
 
89.  
FLORIDA ASSOCIATION OF COUNTIES – COMMISSIONER SHARIEF

ACTION: (T-4:11 PM)) Commissioner Sharief commented that she will be sworn in on Friday, June 19, 2015, as President of Florida Association of Counties. For more information go to www.fl-counties.com (Refer to minutes for full discussion.)

Commissioners Ritter and Wexler congratulated Commissioner Sharief. (Refer to minutes for full discussion.)
 
90.  
QUALIFIED ENERGY BONDS – COMMISSIONER FURR

ACTION: (T-4:14 PM) Commissioner Furr noted that a decision needs to be made by October relating to qualified energy bonds available from the federal government. Commissioner Furr requested that staff explore the possibility for utilizing funds for (PACE) and/or operations for County or community programs. (Refer to minutes for full discussion.)
 
91.  
CHILDCARE – COMMISSIONER FURR

ACTION: (T-4:15 PM) Commissioner Furr commented that he is working on raising the standards for childcare licensing. In addition, Commissioner Furr suggested exploring the idea of an employee childcare center at the airport. (Refer to minutes for full discussion.)
 

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