District #1                            District #2                                District #3                                District #4                                    District #5

John E. Manning                 Cecil L Pendergrass                 Larry Kiker                               Tammy Hall                                 Frank Mann

                                                Chair                                          Vice Chair


Roger Desjarlais                                                                                                                                    Andrea R. Fraser

County Manager                                                                                                                                            Interim County Attorney

August 13, 2013

 
 

 


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COMMISSION CHAMBERS, 2120 MAIN STREET, FORT MYERS, FLORIDA

9:30 AM

 

 
                                    

                         

                        Invocation:         

           

 

 

Invocation: Pastor Clint Cottrell, Cypress Lake Presbyterian Church

 

Pledge of Allegiance

 

Ceremonial Presentations

 

Recap

 

Public Comment on the Consent and Administrative Agenda

 

                                Consent Agenda

·                     Items to be pulled for discussion by the Board

·                     Motion to approve balance of items

·                     Consideration of items pulled for discussion

 

Administrative Agenda

 

Public Hearings

 

Walk-ons and Carry-overs

 

                Commissioners' Items/Committee Appointments

 

County Manager Items

 

County Attorney Items

 

Public Presentation of Matters by Citizens

 

Adjourn


9:30 AM CEREMONIAL PRESENTATION

           

1.

Presentation of 'Together We Mean Community' Award. (#20130682-Commissioner Pendergrass)

 


 

CONSENT AGENDA

 

1.

COUNTY ADMINISTRATION

 

2.

COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT

 

3.

CONSTRUCTION AND DESIGN

 

4.

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS

 

5.

COUNTY LANDS

 

6.

HUMAN SERVICES

 

 

A)

ACTION REQUESTED/PURPOSE:

 

 

1.)  Approve and sign an agreement between Lee County Board of County Commissioners and the Health Planning Council of Southwest Florida to receive $103,000 in Housing Opportunities for People with AIDS (HOPWA) funding. 

2.)  Approve a budget resolution to add $103,000 of HOPWA to the FY 2012-2013 budget.

(#20130676-HUMAN SERVICES)

 

FUNDING SOURCE:

 

Fund-Federal Grant through General Fund; Program-U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development Grant; Project-HOPWA.  Funds will be made available in the FY2012-2013 budget upon approval of the budget amendment resolution.

 

WHAT ACTION ACCOMPLISHES:

 

Provides $103,000 for case management, housing stabilization and assistance towards economic self-sufficiency for income eligible HIV+ Lee County residents.

 

MANAGEMENT RECOMMENDATION:

 

Approve.

 

7.

INDEPENDENT

 

8.

NATURAL RESOURCES/SOLID WASTE

 

 

A)

ACTION REQUESTED/PURPOSE:

 

 

(A) Approve the award of Formal Bid No. B-130369, Disaster Debris Monitoring Services, to the lowest qualified bidder, Thompson Consulting Services, LLC, with an estimated weekly cost of $204,499.00 (depending on the storm severity and level/quantity of services required) for a contract period of two-years with the option to renew for two additional one-year periods.

(B) Authorize the Chairman to execute the Service Provider Agreement. (#20130624-SOLID WASTE)

 

FUNDING SOURCE:

 

No funds required at this time.  Funds will be transferred and budgeted from reserves when a storm event requires such action.

 

WHAT ACTION ACCOMPLISHES:

 

Provides assistance to Lee County for Debris Removal Monitoring services and assistance in the preparation for disasters through participation in meetings, workshops, and the establishment of data management and other integrated systems.  Provides assistance with load inspections and record-keeping during debris cleanup activities performed by one or more collection contractors or municipal agencies.

 

MANAGEMENT RECOMMENDATION:

 

Approve.

 


 

8.

NATURAL RESOURCES/SOLID WASTE (Continued)

 

 

B)

ACTION REQUESTED/PURPOSE:

 

 

Approve attached Resolution to the West Coast Inland Navigation District (WCIND) requesting additional $30,000 funding for FY13/14, bringing total amount requested to $1,512,944. Authorize Natural Resources Division Liaison to sign and submit application.   Authorize the Chairman of the Lee County Board of County Commissioners to execute and submit any project funding agreements pertaining to project as approved by WCIND up to the amount shown herein. (#20130668-NATURAL RESOURCES)

 

FUNDING SOURCE:

 

No County funds required.  A budget amendment resolution will be processed to account for WCIND Waterway Development Program funds as awarded.

 

WHAT ACTION ACCOMPLISHES:

 

Provide Resolution per WCIND requirements for requesting grant funding.

 

MANAGEMENT RECOMMENDATION:

 

Approve.

 

9.

PARKS AND RECREATION

 

 

A)

ACTION REQUESTED/PURPOSE:

 

 

Approve and execute the Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) between the Audubon Florida, Corkscrew Swamp Sanctuary and Lee County to assist the County with restoration goals on a portion of Wild Turkey Strand Preserve, a Conservation 20/20 Preserve. (#20130634-PARKS AND RECREATION)

 

FUNDING SOURCE:

 

N/A - Corkscrew Swamp Sanctuary will provide all funding for design, permitting and construction.

 

WHAT ACTION ACCOMPLISHES:

 

Approves and agreement outlining the restoration of a portion of Wild turkey Strand Preserve and the responsibility of the parties with respect to the restoration goals set forth in the stewardship plan.  The MOA formalizes an agreement between the parties to allow ecological restoration activity on the preserve at Audubon Florida, Corkscrew Swamp Sanctuary’s expense.

 

MANAGEMENT RECOMMENDATION:

 

Approve.

 

10.

PUBLIC SAFETY

 

11.

PUBLIC WORKS ADMINISTRATION

 

12.

TRANSPORTATION

 

 

A)

ACTION REQUESTED/PURPOSE:

 

 

Accept a perpetual stormwater drainage and maintenance and sidewalk easement grant over and across the east fifteen feet of the Uncle Bob's Self Storage parcel, DOS 2011-00034 in north Lee County.

(#20130665-TRANSPORTATION)

 

FUNDING SOURCE:

 

Transportation Trust; Program - Transportation Operations - Roadway Maintenance.

 

WHAT ACTION ACCOMPLISHES:

 

Allows the County perpetual use of a sidewalk constructed as a requirement per the Land Development Code No. 10-256 and the drainageway as required in Land Development Code No. 10-328 and provides for the maintenance of the drainageway and sidewalk facility by Lee County DOT.

 

MANAGEMENT RECOMMENDATION:

 

Approve.

 


 

12.

TRANSPORTATION (Continued)

 

 

B)

ACTION REQUESTED/PURPOSE:

 

 

Accept a  perpetual stormwater drainage and maintenance easement grant over and across the north twenty feet of the Palmetto Retail Store at US 41 parcel, DOS 2012-00031 in Lee County - North Ft. Myers. (#20130666-TRANSPORTATION)

 

FUNDING SOURCE:

 

Fund - Transportation Trust; Program - Transportation Operations - Roadway Maintenance. For future maintenance once the asset is contributed to Lee County.

 

WHAT ACTION ACCOMPLISHES:

 

Allows the County perpetual use of the drainageway as required in the Land Development Code 10-328 and access provides for the maintenance of the drainageway by Lee County DOT.

 

MANAGEMENT RECOMMENDATION:

 

Approve.

 

13.

UTILITIES

 

 

A)

ACTION REQUESTED/PURPOSE:

 

 

A.  Approve a new Utilities Capital Improvement project called the "YACHT CLUB COLONY DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM REHABILITATION".

 B.  Approve a budget transfer in the amount of $250,000.00 from the San Carlos Boulevard Force Main Project (Main Street to Hurricane Pass) to the Yacht Club Colony Distribution System Rehabilitation project to fund the design and permitting of the Yacht Club Colony project; and,

 C.  Amend the FY 12-13/16-17 CIP budget from the original approved budget of "0" to a new project budget of $250,000.00.

 D.  Approve concept for establishing a property assessment plan to assist the property owners in paying for the improvements.  The project costs will be based on actual design, permitting and construction cost for the distribution system replacement.  The "estimated" assessment is $10,469.30 per property based on a 20-year payback period and 2.2% interest. (#20130645-UTILITIES)

 

FUNDING SOURCE:

 

Fund:  Utilities Capital Improvements; Program: Capital Projects; Project:  “Yacht Club Colony Distribution System Rehabilitation” project.   Funding for this project is NOT included in the FY12/13 CIP budget.

 

WHAT ACTION ACCOMPLISHES:

 

Provides Lee County Utilities (LCU) with formal approval to proceed with the proposed Utilities Capital Improvement Project called the “Yacht Club Colony Distribution System Rehabilitation” project and transfer of funds for design and permitting in the amount of $250,000 from the San Carlos Force Main Project, which was completed under budget.   Also, requests approval of proposed property assessment plan to assist property owners in paying for the project.  The Utilities Enterprise Fund is supported by customer fees.  Yacht Club Colony is joining LCU and has contributed to the Enterprise fund and now must pay for the direct benefit to property gained from the improvements.

 

MANAGEMENT RECOMMENDATION:

 

Approval.

 

 

B)

ACTION REQUESTED/PURPOSE:

 

 

Developer Contributed Asset - Page Field - South Road Realignment (BS 20130657/26976, MMM/SDG):  Approve final acceptance, by Resolution, as a donation of a water main extension and gravity collection system serving ''PAGE FIELD - SOUTH ROAD REALIGNMENT'', to provide potable water service, fire protection, and sanitary sewer service to the property abutting the proposed roadway realignment.  This is a ''Lee County Port Authority'' contributed asset project located on South Road approximately ¼ mile east of US 41 South. (#20130657-UTILITIES)

 

FUNDING SOURCE:

 

No funds required.

 

WHAT ACTION ACCOMPLISHES:

 

Provides adequate utility infrastructure to support future development of the subject property and complies with the Lee County Utilities Design Manual.

 

MANAGEMENT RECOMMENDATION:

 

Approval.

 

 

13.

UTILITIES (Continued)

 

 

C)

ACTION REQUESTED/PURPOSE:

 

 

Developer Contributed Asset - Villa Palmeras, Phase B (BS 20130658/26977, MMM/SDG):  Approve final acceptance, by Resolution, as a donation of water distribution and gravity collection systems, to provide potable water service, fire protection and sanitary sewer service to ''VILLA PALMERAS, PHASE B'', a phased residential community.  This is a Developer contributed asset project located along the east side of Three Oaks Parkway approximately ½ mile south of Corkscrew Road. (#20130658-UTILITIES)

 

FUNDING SOURCE:

 

No funds required.

 

WHAT ACTION ACCOMPLISHES:

 

Provides adequate utility infrastructure to support development of this phase of the subject property and complies with the Lee County Utilities Design Manual.

 

MANAGEMENT RECOMMENDATION:

 

Approval.

 

 

D)

ACTION REQUESTED/PURPOSE:

 

 

(Developer Contributed Assets) The Oaks at Whiskey Creek - Reconveyance (BS 20130662/26981, TAK/SDG):  a) Approve a request to reconvey those rights held by the County in an unused portion of a certain utility easement on a condominium reserve parcel associated with an existing multi-family residential community located on the northeast corner of Winkler Road and Riverwalk Park Boulevard, in Section 15, Township 45 South, Range 24 East, Lee County, to the current property owner, b) authorize Chair, on behalf of the Board to execute a County Deed for this purpose; and, c) authorize Lee County Utilities and the Office of the County Attorney to handle and complete all documentation necessary. (#20130662-UTILITIES)

 

FUNDING SOURCE:

 

No funds required.

 

WHAT ACTION ACCOMPLISHES:

 

Releases to the requesting property owner any right, title or interest held by the County in a small unused portion of certain utility easement as described herein.

 

MANAGEMENT RECOMMENDATION:

 

Approval.

 

 

E)

ACTION REQUESTED/PURPOSE:

 

 

A) Approve Supplemental Task Authorization (STA) No. 14, Contract No. 5927, to RMA GeoLogic Consultants, under CN-12-02 COUNTY WIDE ENVIRONMENTAL CONTRACT for the project known as Near Term Regulatory Compliance Projects in the amount of $82,275.00.

B) Authorize Chair to execute Supplemental Task Authorization on behalf of the Board.

C) Grant the Lee County Utilities Director, with County Administration approval, the discretion to approve expenditures, within the remaining project budget in an amount not-to-exceed $8,227.50 (10% of STA cost).

D) Grant the Lee County Utilities Director, with County Administration approval, the discretion to administratively extend the time for completion of scheduled tasks identified in the approved scope of work in accordance with standard County procedure, if the Director determines doing so is appropriate and beneficial to the County. (#20130602-UTILITIES)

 

FUNDING SOURCE:

 

Funds: Lee County Utilities Operations; Programs: Water Treatment Plants, Wastewater Treatment Plants; Project: Other Contracted Services.  Funding for these regulatory compliance projects is included in the annual Utilities Operating Budgets.

 

WHAT ACTION ACCOMPLISHES:

 

Provides Lee County Utilities with a professional consultant performing regulatory compliance required activities summarized as follows:

    1.  Fiesta Village Wastewater Treatment Plant Modified Groundwater Monitoring Plan Implementation;

    2.  Gateway Wastewater Treatment Plant Reuse Groundwater Monitoring Well Replacements;

    3.  Pinewoods Water Treatment Plant Wellfield Annual Report;

    4.  Corkscrew Water Treatment Plant Aquifer Storage and Recovery System Cycle 12 Evaluation Report;

    5.  San Carlos Golf, Inc. Water Use Permit Modification; and

    6.  Pine Island Wastewater Treatment Plant Reuse System Groundwater Monitoring Plan Modification.

 

MANAGEMENT RECOMMENDATION:

 

Approve.

 

 

13.

UTILITIES (Continued)

 

 

F)

ACTION REQUESTED/PURPOSE:

 

 

A. Approve award of RFP130426 SUPPLY OF GRANULAR ACTIVATED CARBON (GAC) AND ADSORPTION/FILTRATION SERVICES to the lowest responsive, responsible proposer meeting all proposal requirements, Calgon Carbon Corporation, at the prices as listed on the attached Lee County Tabulation sheet for a period of one year.

B. Grant the Procurement Director the authority to administratively negotiate and renew this quote for four additional one-year periods under the same terms and conditions, if renewal/extension is in the best interest of Lee County; and, to exercise the price escalator clause in accordance with the terms of the contract. No increase in pricing will be allowed during the first year.

C. Grant the Procurement Director the authority to act on behalf of the Board in the event of vendor non-compliance and proceed to the next low proposer in the event that the low proposer is unable to establish the effectiveness of their product.

D. Approve annual expenditure of approximately $168,000. (#20130667-UTILITIES)

 

FUNDING SOURCE:

 

The funding source will be: Fund – Lee County Utilities Operations; Programs – Water Treatment Plants; Project – Other Contracted Services.  Funding for these products is included in the annual Utilities Operating budgets.

 

WHAT ACTION ACCOMPLISHES:

 

Provides Lee County Utilities with a vendor to provide the turnkey exchange of spent Granular Activated Carbon (GAC) with new virgin GAC for use at their facilities. GAC is used in the water treatment process to remove taste and odor from the finished water prior to its distribution to customers.

 

MANAGEMENT RECOMMENDATION:

 

Approve.

 

 

G)

ACTION REQUESTED/PURPOSE:

 

 

Approve Lee County Clerk of Court's recommendation to adjust the security deposit interest rate that is credited to Utilities'' customers from .30392% to .2479%, effective September 1, 2013.  The security deposit interest rate is the simple interest rate utilized to calculate interest earnings on security deposits.  The interest rate is reviewed annually. Security Deposit Interest Rate (BS 20130669/26988, CBA/SDG).

(#20130669-UTILITIES)

 

FUNDING SOURCE:

 

No funds required.

 

WHAT ACTION ACCOMPLISHES:

 

Authorizes a decrease in the interest rate credited to Utilities' customers with security deposits from .30392 % to .2479% annually to reflect the average rate of interest earned on the County's investment of security deposit monies.  Lee County Clerk of Court reports the first six (6) months average State Board of Administrators (SBA) interest of .2479% closely replicates an 18-month rate earned on security deposit monies invested.

 

MANAGEMENT RECOMMENDATION:

 

Approval.

 

14.

COUNTY ATTORNEY

 

15.

HEARING EXAMINER

 

16.

CONSTITUTIONAL OFFICERS

 

 

A)

ACTION REQUESTED/PURPOSE:

 

 

Request Board approves disbursements. The check and wire registers can now be viewed on the Clerk's website, www.leeclerk.org by accessing the BoCC Minutes and Documents link. (#20130678-FINANCE)

 

FUNDING SOURCE:

 

N/A.

 

WHAT ACTION ACCOMPLISHES:

 

Florida Statute Chapter 136.06(1) requires that all County disbursements be recorded in the Minutes of the Board.

 

MANAGEMENT RECOMMENDATION:

 

Compliance with the requirements of FS 136.06(1).

 

16.

CONSTITUTIONAL OFFICERS (Continued)

 

 

B)

ACTION REQUESTED/PURPOSE:

 

 

Approve disbursement of excess funds resulting from the sale of tax deed certificates to a claimant verified and certified under Florida Statutes 197.582. (#20130679-DELINQUENT TAX)

 

FUNDING SOURCE:

 

Proceeds from a tax deed sale in excess of the taxes and/or liens owed are being held by the Board for disbursements in accord with Florida Statutes, Chapter 197.

 

WHAT ACTION ACCOMPLISHES:

 

Provides for disbursement of excess tax deed proceeds to an appropriate claimant in compliance with statutory rules and requirements.

 

MANAGEMENT RECOMMENDATION:

 

Approve disbursement to identified claimant.

 

 

C)

ACTION REQUESTED/PURPOSE:

 

 

Approve the Minutes for the following meetings of the Board of County Commissioners held during the week of July 29 thru August 2, 2013:  July 30, 2013 (Regular) (#20130681-MINUTES)

 

FUNDING SOURCE:

 

Not Applicable.

 

WHAT ACTION ACCOMPLISHES:

 

Approval of the Board Minutes, pursuant to Florida Statute 286.011.

 

MANAGEMENT RECOMMENDATION:

 

Approve.

 

17.

PORT AUTHORITY AND OTHER GOVERNING BOARDS

 


 

ADMINISTRATIVE AGENDA

 

1.

COUNTY ADMINISTRATION

 

2.

COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT

 

3.

CONSTRUCTION AND DESIGN

 

4.

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS

 

5.

COUNTY LANDS

 

6.

HUMAN SERVICES

 

7.

INDEPENDENT

 

8.

NATURAL RESOURCES/SOLID WASTE

 

 

A)

ACTION REQUESTED/PURPOSE:

 

 

Board to approve reduction of franchise collection contractors pricing for the collection of solid waste and recycling materials from curbside residential customers for FY14 by 1.8%.  The request is a reversal of the Board approved price increase at its 6/25/2013 public hearing in accordance with the franchise contracts.  The Solid Waste Division has identified this reduction as part of its FY14 operating budget reductions and has the authority to take this action.  Approximate reduction is $390,000. (#20130673-SOLID WASTE)

 

FUNDING SOURCE:

 

SW Enterprise Fund – Operations Fund.  No additional funds required.

 

WHAT ACTION ACCOMPLISHES:

 

Could reduce the amount intended to be paid to the franchise collection contractors for collection services provided to the curbside residential customers for FY14.  If the Board votes to approve the cost reduction, this would be the second year that the franchise contractors received no adjustment to the curbside residential collection rates.

 

MANAGEMENT RECOMMENDATION:

 

Approve.

 

9.

PARKS AND RECREATION

 

10.

PUBLIC SAFETY

 

11.

PUBLIC WORKS ADMINISTRATION

 

12.

TRANSPORTATION

 

13.

UTILITIES

 

14.

COUNTY ATTORNEY

 

 

A)

ACTION REQUESTED/PURPOSE:

 

 

Provide direction regarding regulation of vacant and/or foreclosed property in Lee County.

(#20130663-COUNTY ATTORNEY)

 

FUNDING SOURCE:

 

N/A.

 

WHAT ACTION ACCOMPLISHES:

 

Allows County staff to move forward with drafting regulations to adopt a program; or, not.

 

MANAGEMENT RECOMMENDATION:

 

Approve.

 

15.

HEARING EXAMINER

 

16.

CONSTITUTIONAL OFFICERS

 

17.

PORT AUTHORITY AND OTHER GOVERNING BOARDS

 

9:30 AM PUBLIC HEARING AGENDA

 

1.

ACTION REQUESTED/PURPOSE: 

Conduct a Public Hearing and consider the adoption of an ordinance, relating to the designation of certain county employees and officials as Code Enforcement Officers. (#20130511-COUNTY ATTORNEY)

 

FUNDING SOURCE:

 

N/A.

 

WHAT ACTION ACCOMPLISHES:

 

Board must formally adopt an ordinance at a scheduled, advertised Public Hearing.

 

MANAGEMENT RECOMMENDATION:

 

Adopt ordinance.

 

2.

ACTION REQUESTED/PURPOSE:

Conduct a Public Hearing to consider amending Lee County Ordinance No. 97-15, known and cited as "The Lee County/Florida Power & Light Electric Utility Franchise" to increase the present franchise amount from 3% to not more than 4.5%. (#20130616-COUNTY ATTORNEY)

 

FUNDING SOURCE:

 

N/A.

 

WHAT ACTION ACCOMPLISHES:

 

If adopted, the proposed amendment to the ordinance will increase the franchise amount to be received by the County from Florida Power & Light Company. Florida Power & Light Company ("FPL") uses the County’s rights-of-way for their electric utility facilities in order to provide electric service to customers in portions of unincorporated Lee County within the FPL Service Area.

 

MANAGEMENT RECOMMENDATION:

 

County Administration recommends amending Ordinance No. 97-15 increasing the franchise amount to not more than 4.5%.

 

3.

ACTION REQUESTED/PURPOSE:

Conduct a Public Hearing to adopt a Resolution on Petition to Vacate the 6' wide public utilities and drainage easements located at 2721 Lee Boulevard, Lehigh Acres. (Case No. VAC2013-00006).

(#20130570-COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT)

 

FUNDING SOURCE:

 

No funding required.

 

WHAT ACTION ACCOMPLISHES:

 

Extinguishes the public utilities and drainage easements internal to 8 platted lots under common ownership to facilitate commercial development of the site. The vacation of the easement will not alter existing drainage and utility conditions and is not necessary to accommodate any future utility requirement.

 

MANAGEMENT RECOMMENDATION:

 

Approval.

 

4.

ACTION REQUESTED/PURPOSE:

Conduct a Public Hearing to adopt a Resolution on Petition to Vacate the 5' wide public utilities easement located at 430 Royal Palm Park Road, in Fort Myers Shores. (Case No. VAC2013-00005).

(#20130546-COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT)

 

FUNDING SOURCE:

 

No funding required.

 

WHAT ACTION ACCOMPLISHES:

 

Extinguishes the public utilities easement as a prerequisite to consideration of permitting for a single family dwelling garage addition over the existing concrete slab encroaching 0.7 feet into the easement. The vacation of the easement will not alter existing drainage and utility conditions and is not necessary to accommodate any future utility requirement.

 

MANAGEMENT RECOMMENDATION:

 

Approval.

 


 

9:30 AM PUBLIC HEARING AGENDA (Continued)

 

5.

ACTION REQUESTED/PURPOSE:

Conduct a Public Hearing to adopt a Resolution on the Petition to Vacate a portion of the 30-foot wide drainage easement located at 17408 Kentucky Road in San Carlos Park. (Case No. VAC2012-00013).

(#20130254-COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT)

 

FUNDING SOURCE:

 

No funding required.

 

WHAT ACTION ACCOMPLISHES:

 

Extinguishes a portion of the drainage easement to allow development of Lots 33 and 34 as a single residential building site. The vacation of this easement will not alter existing drainage and utility conditions and the easement is not necessary to accommodate any future drainage and utility requirements.

 

MANAGEMENT RECOMMENDATION:

 

Approve.

 

6.

ACTION REQUESTED/PURPOSE:

Conduct a Public Hearing to adopt a Resolution on Petition to Vacate portions of the former Iona Drainage District Canal "U" over part of Royal Woods, Phase II, South Fort Myers, Florida (Case No. VAC2013-00002).

(#20130401-COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT)

 

FUNDING SOURCE:

 

No funding required.

 

WHAT ACTION ACCOMPLISHES:

 

Extinguishes the public interest in portions of the former canal to legitimize minor single family dwelling addition encroachments into the IDD Canal right-of-way. Approval of the requested vacation will not alter existing drainage and utility conditions and the rights-of-way are not necessary to accommodate any future transportation, drainage and/or utility requirement.

 

MANAGEMENT RECOMMENDATION:

 

Approval.

 


 

WALK ON AGENDA

 

1.

ACTION REQUESTED/PURPOSE:

On August 8th, 2013 at a Special Meeting to interview candidates for Hearing Examiner, the Board came to consensus on moving forward with candidate Donna Marie Collins.  To formalize this appointment the Board may:

A)  Select and approve Donna Marie Collins as the chosen candidate for services to be performed as the Lee County Hearing Examiner. 

B)  Authorize the Chair, on behalf of the Board, to enter into contract negotiations with Ms. Collins.

(#20130696-HUMAN RESOURCES)

 

FUNDING SOURCE:

 

N/A.

 

WHAT ACTION ACCOMPLISHES:

 

Formally selects and approves the top candidate for services to be performed as the Lee County Hearing Examiner and authorizes Chair to enter into contract negotiations on behalf of the Board.

 

MANAGEMENT RECOMMENDATION:

 

N/A.

 

REASON FOR WALK ON:

 

Commissioners directed staff to submit a walk-on blue sheet to be discussed at the 8/13/13 Board meeting regarding the Hearing Examiner selection.