City of Vero Beach Budget Review 7/13/2012 – Friday



CITY OF VERO BEACH, FLORIDA
JULY 17, 2012 9:30 A.M.
REGULAR CITY COUNCIL MEETING
CITY HALL, COUNCIL CHAMBERS, VERO BEACH, FLORIDA

A G E N D A

1. CALL TO ORDER

A. Roll Call
B. Invocation – Reverend Dan Holloway, Unity Center of Vero Beach
C. Pledge of Allegiance

2. PRELIMINARY MATTERS

A. Agenda Additions, Deletions, and Adoption
B. Proclamations

1. Marine Debris Awareness Month – July 2012
2. Korean War Veterans Day – July 27, 2012
3. Assistance Dog Week – August 5-11, 2012

C. Public Comment

1. Mr. Walter Geiger to discuss Vero Beach Retirement and Benefits.
2. Mr. Vince Champion, PBA, to speak on behalf of the Vero Beach Police Department.

D. Adoption of Consent Agenda

1. Regular City Council Minutes – June 19, 2012
2. Bid 160-12/JV – Playground Equipment at Jaycee Park
3. Utility Easement #2012-EG-0106 – McDonald’s – 5875 20th Street
4. Final Amendment to Clean Water (WW) State Revolving Fund (SRF) Loan No. WW310201
5. Monthly Capital Projects’ Status Reports
6. The Tree and Beautification Commission are requesting permission to expend funds from their account
7. Request from the Rotary Club to be able to serve alcohol at the Rotary Club’s Nautical Flea Market, scheduled for November 17-18, 2012

(The matters listed on the consent agenda will be acted upon by the City Council in a single vote unless any Councilmember requests that any specific item be considered separately.)

3. PUBLIC HEARINGS
A) An Ordinance of the City of Vero Beach, Florida, requested by Vero Property Investment II, LLC, to amend the Text of the Land Development Regulations of the Vero Beach Code to add Adult Congregate Living Facility and Nursing or Convalescent Home to the Permitted Uses and Development Guidelines of the C-1, Commercial Zoning District; Providing for Conflict and Severability; Providing for an Effective Date. – Requested by the Planning and Development Department

4. RESOLUTIONS FOR ADOPTION WITHOUT PUBLIC HEARING

A) A Resolution of the City Council of the City of Vero Beach, Florida, authorizing the Issuance of a Capital Improvement Refunding Revenue Note, Series 2012A in the principal amount of not to exceed two million five hundred thousand ($2,500,000) to refinance certain outstanding indebtedness of the City; authorizing the Negotiation, Execution and Delivery of a Loan Agreement with respect to the Issuance of the Series 2012A Note, to be issued in any subseries as the authorized officer deems necessary and appropriate for the City such Note to be a limited obligation of the City payable from a covenant to Budget and appropriate legally available non ad valorem revenues as pledged herein; providing for the rights and securities of the Owner of the Note; designating the Series 2012A Note as a “Qualified Tax Exempt Obligation” pursuant to Section 265(b)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986, as amended; making for certain covenants and agreements for the benefit of the Purchaser of the Note; and Providing for an Effective Date. – Requested by the Finance Department

B) A Resolution of the City Council of the Vero Beach, Florida, authorizing the Issuance of a Capital Improvement Refunding Revenue Note, Series 2012B in the Principal Amount of not to exceed three million six hundred thousand ($3,600,000) to refinance certain outstanding indebtedness of the City; authorizing the Negotiation, Execution and Delivery of a Loan Agreement with respect to the Issuance of the Series 2012B Note, to be issued in any subseries as the Authorized Officer deems necessary and appropriate for the City such note to be a limited obligation of the City payable from a covenant to budget and appropriate legally available non ad valorem revenues as pledged herein; Providing for the rights and securities of the Owner of the Note; designating the Series 2012B Note as a “Qualified Tax Exempt Obligation” pursuant to Section 265(b)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986, as amended; making for certain covenants and agreements for the benefit of the Purchaser of the Note; and Providing for an Effective Date. – Requested by the Finance Department

5. FIRST READINGS BY TITLE FOR ORDINANCES AND RESOLUTIONS
THAT REQUIRE A FUTURE PUBLIC HEARING

A) An Ordinance of the City of Vero Beach, Florida, abandoning that portion of Paloma Drive and Anita Avenue lying adjacent to Lots 9 through 12, Block 24, Plat No. 7 of Royal Park Subdivision and Retaining a Utility Easement. – Requested by the Engineering Department

B) An Ordinance of the City of Vero Beach, Florida, amending Section 22-181, “Standard Technical Codes,” of the City of Vero Beach Code to adopt the latest Edition of the Florida Building Code, excluding Chapter 1, “Administration,” for which is substituted the latest edition of Chapter 1 of the Building Officials Association of Florida Model Administrative Code; Providing for Conflict and Severability; Providing for an Effective Date. – Requested by the Planning and Development Department

C) A Resolution of the City Council of the City of Vero Beach, Florida, approving the Transmittal to the State of Florida, Department of Economic Opportunity proposed City of Vero Beach Comprehensive Plan Text Amendment to the Land Use Element; Providing for Conflict and Severability; Providing for an Effective Date – Requested by the Planning and Development Department

D) An Ordinance of the City of Vero Beach, Florida, amending the Text of the Land Use Element of the Vero Beach Comprehensive Plan to include Airport Land Use Compatibility Criteria; Providing for Conflict and Severability; Providing for an Effective Date. – Requested by the Planning and Development Department

E) An Ordinance of the City of Vero Beach, Florida, amending Sections 26-2 and 26-3 of Chapter 26, Cemetery, of the Code of the City of Vero Beach, Florida, relating to Eligibility for Purchase of Cemetery Lots and Columbarium Burial Rights at a Discounted Price; Providing for an Effective Date. – Requested by the City Council

F) A Resolution of the City Council of the City of Vero Beach, Florida, Repealing Resolutions 2009-08 and 2009-15; Establishing Prices and Fees for Crestlawn Cemetery; Establishing Hours of Operation and Providing for an Effective Date. – Requested by the City Council

6. CITY CLERK’S MATTERS

7. CITY MANAGER’S MATTERS

A) Permitted Sign Size
B) Banking Services Evaluation Committee Recommendations
C) COVB Bid #290-11 – Emergency Services Contracts
D) COVB Bid #080-12- Cooling Tower Repairs
E) Boys and Girls Club – Recreation Administration Building
F) Conceptual Approval of a License Agreement between the City of Vero Beach and Vero Beach Air Show, Inc., to Conduct an Air Show at the Vero Beach Municipal Airport in the Fall of 2013
G) Request to Purchase City Property

8. CITY ATTORNEY’S MATTERS

9. CITY COUNCIL MATTERS

A. Old Business

B. New Business

1. Electric Charge Appeal – Requested by Mayor Pilar Turner
2. Resolution by Council recommending to Florida Public Service Commission to deny FPL’s rate increase – Requested by Councilmember Jay Kramer

10. INDIVIDUAL COUNCILMEMBERS’ MATTERS

A. Mayor Pilar Turner’s Matters
1. Correspondence
2. Committee Reports
3. Comments

B. Vice Mayor Craig Fletcher’s Matters
1. Correspondence
2. Committee Reports
3. Comments

C. Councilmember Tracy Carroll’s Matters
1. Correspondence
2. Committee Reports
3. Comments

D. Councilmember Jay Kramer’s Matters
1. Correspondence
2. Committee Reports
3. Comments

E. Councilmember Richard Winger’s Matters
1. Correspondence
2. Committee Reports
3. Comments

11. ADJOURNMENT

Council Meetings will be televised on Channel 13 and replayed.

This is a Public Meeting. Should any interested party seek to appeal any decision made by Council with respect to any matter considered at such meeting or hearing, he will need a record of the proceedings and that, for such purpose he may need to ensure that a record of the proceedings is made which record includes the testimony and evidence upon which the appeal is to be based. Anyone who needs a special accommodation for this meeting may contact the City’s Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Coordinator at 978-4920 at least 48 hours in advance of the meeting.

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