The City of

Boynton Beach


City Commission Agenda

Tuesday, July 19, 2016, 6:30 PM

Commission Chambers
100 E. Boynton Beach Blvd., Boynton Beach, FL 33435
Regular City Commission

 Boynton Beach City Commission

Mayor Steven B. Grant (At Large)
Vice Mayor Mack McCray (District II)
Commissioner Justin Katz (District I)
Commissioner Christina L. Romelus (District Ill)
Commissioner Joe Casello (District IV)


Lori LaVerriere, City Manager
James Cherof, City Attorney
Judith A. Pyle, Interim City Clerk


*MISSION*
To create a sustainable community by providing exceptional
municipal services, in a financially responsible manner.



 

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WELCOME
Thank you for attending the City Commission Meeting

GENERAL RULES & PROCEDURES FOR PUBLIC PARTICIPATION AT
CITY OF BOYNTON BEACH COMMISSION MEETINGS

THE AGENDA:
There is an official agenda for every meeting of the City Commissioners, which determines the order of business conducted at the meeting.  The City Commission will not take action upon any matter, proposal, or item of business, which is not listed upon the official agenda, unless a majority of the Commission has first consented to the presentation for consideration and action.

  • Consent Agenda Items: These are items which the Commission does not need to discuss individually and which are voted on as a group.
  • Regular Agenda Items: These are items which the Commission will discuss individually in the order listed on the agenda.
  • Voice Vote: A voice vote by the Commission indicates approval of the agenda item.  This can be by either a regular voice vote with "Ayes & Nays" or by a roll call vote.

SPEAKING AT COMMISSION MEETINGS:
The public is encouraged to offer comment to the Commission at their meetings during Public Hearings, Public Audience, and on any regular agenda item, as hereinafter described.

City Commission meetings are business meetings and, as such, the Commission retains the right to impose time limits on the discussion on an issue.

  • Public Hearings: Any citizen may speak on an official agenda item under the section entitled "Public Hearings."
  • Public Audience: Any citizen may be heard concerning any matter within the scope of the jurisdiction of the Commission - Time Limit - Three (3) Minutes
  • Regular Agenda Items: Any citizen may speak on any official agenda item(s) listed on the agenda after a motion has been made and properly seconded, with the exception of Consent Agenda Items that have not been pulled for separate vote, reports, presentations and first reading of Ordinances - Time Limit - Three (3) minutes

ADDRESSING THE COMMISSION:
When addressing the Commission, please step up to either podium and state, for the record, your name and address.

DECORUM:
Any person who disputes the meeting while addressing the Commission may be ordered by the presiding officer to cease further comments and/or to step down from the podium.  Failure to discontinue comments or step down when so ordered shall be treated as a continuing disruption of the public meeting. An order by the presiding officer issued to control the decorum of the meeting is binding, unless over-ruled by the majority vote of the Commission members present.

Please turn off all pagers and cellular phones in the City Commission Chambers while the City Commission Meeting is in session.

City Commission meetings are held in the Boynton Beach City Commission Chambers, 100 East Boynton Beach Boulevard, Boynton Beach.  All regular meetings are held typically on the first and third Tuesdays of every month, starting at 6:30 p.m. (Please check the Agenda Schedule - some meetings have been moved due to Holidays/Election Day).







1.OPENINGS
A.

Call to Order - Mayor Steven B. Grant

 

Invocation by Rev. Rae Whitely of Coalition of Clergy

 

Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag led by Mayor Steven B. Grant

 

Agenda Approval:

 

    1.    Additions, Deletions, Corrections

 

    2.    Adoption

2.OTHER
A.Informational items by Members of the City Commission
3.ANNOUNCEMENTS, COMMUNITY & SPECIAL EVENTS & PRESENTATIONS
A.Provide certificates of appreciation to former members of the Veterans Advisory Board
B.Announcement of the launch for the Development Department's webpage for Current Development Projects.
C.Presentation by Recreation & Parks Director Wally Majors about the Recreation & Parks Department.
4.PUBLIC AUDIENCE

INDIVIDUAL SPEAKERS WILL BE LIMITED TO 3 MINUTE PRESENTATIONS (at the discretion of the Chair, this 3 minute allowance may need to be adjusted depending on the level of business coming before the City Commission)

5.ADMINISTRATIVE
A.

Appoint eligible members of the community to serve in vacant positions on City advisory boards.  The following Regular (Reg) and Alternate (Alt) Student (Stu) and Nonvoting Stu (N/V Stu) openings exist:

 

Arts Commission: 2 Regs and 1 Alt

Building Board of Adjustments and Appeals: 2 Alts

Education and Youth Advisory Bd:   2 Alts and 1 Stu N/V

Library Bd:  1 Reg

Planning and Development Bd: 1 Alt

Senior Advisory Board:  1 Reg and 2 Alts

6.CONSENT AGENDA

Matters in this section of the Agenda are proposed and recommended by the City Manager for "Consent Agenda" approval of the action indicated in each item, with all of the accompanying material to become a part of the Public Record and subject to staff comments

A.

PROPOSED RESOLUTION NO. R16-085 - Rename the public alley known as Barrista Way to Hurricane Alley

B.

PROPOSED RESOLUTION NO. R16-086- Approve the Interlocal Agreement with the Town of Briny Breezes for the provisions of Fire Suppression, Emergency Medical and Fire Life Safety services for the term October 1, 2016 through September 30, 2028.

C.

PROPOSED RESOLUTION NO. R16-087 - Adopt the City of Boynton Beach's Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) One Year Action Plan for fiscal year 2016/2017, and authorize the City Manager to sign both the application and the certifications. Adoption includes allocation of FY 2016/17 funds of $497,889 and the reprogramming of unexpended funds from previous years of $356,371.

D.PROPOSED RESOLUTION NO. R16-088 - Supporting the expansion of SouthTech in creating a third charter school, The SouthTech Success Center.
E.

Approve purchase of IBM Storewize V3700 Storage Area Network (SAN) from CDW Government, LLC of Vernon Hills, IL, in the amount of $32,648.03 utilizing the National IPA Technologies Solutions Contract (130733).  National IPA complied with and satisfied the City of Boynton Beach's public bid requirements.

F.

Authorize the expenditure of a not-to-exceed amount of $60,000 with Lou’s Police and Security Equipment for police equipment and ammunition.  Supplies will be purchased through Lou's Police and Security Equipment utilizing the Defense Products State of Florida  Contract 46000000-15-1.

G.

Approve the one-year extension for RFPs/Bids and/ or piggy-backs for the procurement of services and/or commodities as described in the written report for July 19, 2016 - "Request for Extensions and/or Piggybacks".

H.

Accept the written report to the Commission for purchases over $10,000 for the month of  June 2016.

I.

Approve the piggyback of Lake County Contract 12-0806B with Bennett Fire Products Company, Inc. with the same terms, conditions, specifications and pricing to purchase 40 sets of turn out gear at an estimated cost of $83,954.  Lake County complied with the Public Bid requirements equal to or exceeding the City of Boynton Beach requirements.

J.

Request Commission approval to make a $2,400 donation to the Children's Oasis International Foundation from the Law Enforcement Trust Fund.

K.

Approve utilizing the Manatee County School District Bid no. 15-0050-MR for the purchase and installation of a football scoreboard in Hester Community Park in the amount of $54,662.72 from HUFCOR Florida Group.   

L.

Award the Bid for to "Furnish and Install New Fencing for the PW Compound"; Bid No. 051-2730-16/JMA to Bulldog Fence of Florida, LLC for the lowest submitted bid amount of $40,157.96. 

M.Approve the minutes from the Regular City Commission meeting held on July 5, 2016.
7.BIDS AND PURCHASES OVER $100,000
A.

PROPOSED RESOLUTION NO. R16-089 - Approve an increase of $129,043 to the reimbursement to Skye at Boynton Beach, LLC for upsizing utility lines and installing new utility lines for the 500 Ocean project per the executed Developer's Agreement, for a total reimbursement of $444,419.

8.CODE COMPLIANCE & LEGAL SETTLEMENTS
A.Consider the settlement offer of 3100 Ocean Parkway Quiet Title Action.
9.PUBLIC HEARING

7 P.M. OR AS SOON THEREAFTER AS THE AGENDA PERMITS

The City Commission will conduct these public hearings in its dual capacity as Local Planning Agency and City Commission.

10.CITY MANAGER’S REPORT - None
11.UNFINISHED BUSINESS
A.

Consider the recommendations of the Historic Resources Preservation Board for the creation of a program to recognize significant persons from the city's past and provide further direction.

B.

PROPOSED RESOLUTION NO. R16-076 - Supporting the Atlanta Braves returning to Palm Beach County for their spring training at John Prince Park. (TABLED on 6/21/16 for 90 days)

12.NEW BUSINESS
A.A continuation of the discussion concerning the Quantum Park Overlay District which was originally discussed at the June 21, 2016 Commission Meeting and to have comments by the overlay district staff and representatives of a property owner(s) within the overlay district.
13.COMMUNITY REDEVELOPMENT ADVISORY BOARD - None
14.LEGAL
A.

PROPOSED RESOLUTION NO. R16-090 - Accept deeds from the CRA; declare and formally accept the additional right of way and utility easements for the infrastructure improvements associated with the Model Block project along NW 10th Avenue (West Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard) and NW 11th Avenue.

Strategic Plan Goal #1 - Great Neighborhoods: Safe, Affordable and Livable; Action Item Number: City 1.5/CRA 1.3 - Model Block Development.

B.PROPOSED RESOLUTION NO. R16-091 - Approve amended Outdoor Lease Agreement between the City of Boynton Beach and Wilton Manors Street Systems, Inc. for one (1) outdoor advertising structure with two (2) electronic changeable sign faces, "LED".
C.

PROPOSED ORDINANCE NO. 16-016 - SECOND READING -  PUBLIC HEARING Approve amendment to  Code of Ordinances, Chapter 13, Local Business Tax Receipts, Section 13-4, Classification and Fee Schedule to provide for a five percent (5%) increase in Local Business Tax Fees.

15.FUTURE AGENDA ITEMS
A.Interlocal Agreement between City of Boynton Beach and Ocean Ridge for Fire Rescue Services - TBD
B.Regular City Commission Meeting and 1st Budget Public Hearing - Thursday, September 8, 2016 @ 6:30 p.m. in Commission Chambers;

 

Special City Commission Meeting to Adopt the Final Fire Assessment Rate Resolution - Tuesday, September 13, 2016 @ 6:00 p.m. in Commission Chambers; and

 

Regular City Commission Meeting and 2nd Budget Public Hearing to Adopt the Final Millage Rate and Final Budget for FY 2016-17 - Tuesday, September 20, 2016 @ 6:30 p.m. in Commission Chambers

C.

Informational presentation on Utilities customer service policy - August 2, 2016

D.Review results from Employee Clinic RFP - August 2016
E.Highlights of the Boynton Beach Mental Health Committee 2014-16.   August 2, 2016.
16.ADJOURNMENT

NOTICE


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