CITY OF TAMARAC
REGULAR CITY COMMISSION MEETING
City Hall - Commission Chambers
August 23, 2017
|Commissioner Marlon Bolton|
|1.||PROCLAMATIONS AND PRESENTATIONS:|
|a.||Legislative Update - State Representative Patricia Williams|
|Legislative Update - State Representative Patricia Williams|
|b.||Presentation of The Neighborhood Beautification Recognition Awards by the City Commission|
Presentation of The Neighborhood Beautification Recognition Awards by the City Commission:
Elias Properties - Tamarac LLC % Walgreens, 8801 W. Commercial Blvd., Tamarac, Florida
District 1 -
Michel Hamel, 4302 NW 47th St., Tamarac, Florida
District 2 -
Celio & Rafael Ravelo, 5812 NW 84th Ter., Tamarac, Florida
District 3 -
Jeanne R. Kraus, 8012 NW 103rd Ave., Tamarac, Florida
District 4 -
Kim & Mahhyun Choong Kwon, 8610 Banyan Way, Tamarac, Florida
|c.||Presentation of a Plaque to the City Commission by Judith Cocker of En USA Newspaper in Recognition of the Commission's Continued Support of the Newspaper.|
Presentation of a Plaque to the City Commission by Judith Cocker of En USA Newspaper in Recognition of the Commission's Continued Support of the Newspaper.
|d.||Presentation of a proclamation by the City Commission Congratulating BSO Deputies Park and Kitchell on Going Above and Beyond Their Line of Duty and Saving a Life|
Presentation of a proclamation by the City Commission Congratulating BSO Deputies Park and Kitchell on Going Above and Beyond Their Line of Duty and Saving a Life (Requested by Assistant Fire Chief Percy Sayles)
|e.||Presentation by Vice Mayor Debra Placko of a Certificate of Completion of the 2017 Institute for Elected Officials held June 2 - 4, 2017 to Commissioner Julie Fishman|
|Presentation by Vice Mayor Debra Placko of a Certificate of Completion of the 2017 Institute for Elected Officials held June 2 - 4, 2017 to Commissioner Julie Fishman|
|f.||Presentation by Vice Mayor Debra Placko of a Certificate of Completion of the 2017 Institute for Elected Officials held June 2 - 4, 2017 to Commissioner Marlon Bolton|
|Presentation by Vice Mayor Debra Placko of a Certificate of Completion of the 2017 Institute for Elected Officials held June 2 - 4, 2017 to Commissioner Marlon Bolton|
|g.||August Employee Service Awards|
Presentation by the City Commission of Employee Service Awards:
5 - Year Awards:
Elise Boston, Public Information & Media Specialist, City Manager’s Office
Cary Bauer, Chief Plumbing Inspector, Building
15 - Year Awards:
Manuel Ajuria, LT Paramedic, Fire Rescue
Stephen Mc Laughlin, LT Paramedic, Fire Rescue
Michael Lynch, Groundskeeper 1, Public Services
25 - Year Award:
Rodney Sims, Construction Superintendent, Public Services
30 - Year Award:
Richard Lorenz, Maintenance Superintendent, Public Services
|2.||CITY COMMISSION REPORTS|
|a. Commissioner Bolton|
b. Commissioner Gomez
c. Commissioner Fishman
d. Vice Mayor Placko
e. Mayor Dressler
Any member of the public may speak to any issue that is not agendized for public hearing at this meeting. Speakers will be limited to three minutes during this item and at public hearings. There will be a thirty (30) minute aggregate time limit for this item, and speakers are encouraged to sign up in advance with the City Clerk prior to their participation.
When an issue has been designated as quasi-judicial, public remarks shall only be heard during a quasi-judicial hearing that has been properly noticed for that matter.
ANNOUNCEMENT OF TIME ALLOCATIONS-MOTIONS TO TABLE
The Chair at this time will announce those items that have been given a specific time to be heard, and will entertain motions from the Commission members to table those items that require research. The Commission may agendize by majority consent matters of an urgent nature which have come to the Commission's attention after publication.
Items listed under Consent Agenda are viewed to be routine and the recommendation will be enacted by ONE MOTION in the form listed below. If discussion is desired, then, in accordance with Resolution 2003-15, Sec. 4.5, the item(s) will be removed from the Consent Agenda and will be considered separately.
|a.||Approval of the July 12, 2017 Regular Commission Meeting Minutes|
|Approval of the July 12, 2017 Regular Commission Meeting Minutes|
|b.||TR12982 - Grant Award - EMS Communications Devices|
A Resolution of the City Commission of the City of Tamarac, Florida accepting an Emergency Medical Services grant in the amount of $48,096 from the Florida Department of Health, Bureau of Emergency Medical Services; authorizing the appropriate City Officials to execute an agreement between the Florida Department of Health and the City of Tamarac for grant funding in the amount of $48,096 plus a 25% match in local funds for the purchase and installation of mobile data terminals and electronic tablets for Tamarac Fire Rescue; providing for conflicts; providing for severability; and providing for an effective date
|c.||TR12907 - T-Mobile South LLC Lease Amendment 2|
A resolution of the City Commission of The City of Tamarac, Florida, approving the Second Amendment and authorizing the appropriate City Officials to execute Second Amendment to revise the site lease agreement with T-Mobile South, LLC. extending the lease term for the cell tower site located at 7525 NW 88 Avenue in Tamarac, FL, providing for conflicts; providing for severability; and providing for an effective date.
|d.||TR12984 - Award of Agreement/Bid #17-22B-Furnish, Deliver and Discharge of Quicklime|
A Resolution Of The City Commission Of The City Of Tamarac, Florida, Authorizing The Appropriate City Officials To Award Bid #17-22b, “Furnish, Deliver And Discharge Of Quicklime” To, And Execute Agreements With, Lhoist North America Of Alabama, LLC For The City Of Tamarac And An Additional Twenty Members Of The Southeast Florida Governmental Purchasing Cooperative (Co-Op); And With Carmeuse Lime And Stone On Behalf Of One Co-Op Member, The City Of Hollywood, For A Period Of Three (3) Years With Three (3) Additional One-Year Renewal Options, Providing For Conflicts; Providing For Severability; And Providing For An Effective Date
|e.||TR12985 - ILA with Broward County NPDES Permit|
A Resolution of the City Commission of the City of Tamarac, Florida; to approve an Interlocal Agreement between Broward County, the City of Tamarac and twenty-five other municipalities in Broward County to share the resource burden of the system-wide Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) Municipal Separate Storm Sewer System (MS4) Permit; authorizing the appropriate City Officials to execute said Interlocal Agreement between Broward County, the City of Tamarac and twenty-five other municipalities in Broward; authorizing the Broward County Environmental Protection and Growth Management Department (EPGMD) to conduct specific activities under the NPDES Permit; authorizing annual expenditures for the term of this Permit of $12,988 for 2017; $13,312 for 2018; $13,645 for 2019; $13,986 for 2020; and $14,336 for 2021; providing for conflicts; providing for severability; and providing for an effective date.
|f.||TR12996 - Expressing Support for Programs, Grants and Initiatives that Promote Sustainability and Resilience|
A Resolution of the City Commission of the City of Tamarac, Florida, urging the national and state policymakers to continue to support and fund programs, grants and initiatives that promote environmental protection, sustainability, infrastructure improvements and resiliency to extreme weather events; directing the City Clerk to distribute the copy of this Resolution to the appropriate federal and state officials, the National League of Cities, the Florida League of Cities and the Broward County Legislative Delegation; providing for conflicts; providing for severability; and providing for an effective date.
|g.||TR12999 - Amending R-2017-02 Charitable Entities|
A Resolution of the City Commission of the City of Tamarac, Florida, amending Resolution R-2017-02, by specifically adding to the list of charitable entities with whom the City of Tamarac recognizes a formally approved relationship; providing for an amended Exhibit “A”, attached hereto and incorporated herein, as may be amended from time to time, for the expressed purpose of compliance with Section 1-19(c)(5)(a)(4) of the Broward County Code of Ordinances; providing for conflicts; providing for severability and providing for an effective date.
|8.||ORDINANCE(S) - FIRST READING|
|10.||ORDINANCE(S) - SECOND READING|
|a.||Temp. Board Order No. 17: Hidden Trails - Sign Variance|
Dunay, Miskel & Backman LLP designated agent for the property owner, Palm Cove Holdings, LP, is requesting approval for a sign variance petition to seek relief from Sections 18-84(2), 18-85(1) and 18-85(2) Tamarac Code of Ordinances, to allow an announcing sign and a special occasion banner to be displayed along the wall facing Florida Turnpike.
|b.||TR12987 - Woodmont Country Club Phase III - Amendment to the New Development Site Plan|
A Resolution of the City Commission of the City of Tamarac, Florida, granting an Amendment to New Development Site Plan approval (with conditions), to allow for the construction of four (4) additional architectural home styles within the Woodmont Country Club Residential Development; Providing for conflicts; providing for severability; and providing for effective date.
|c.||TR12988 - Woodmont Country Club - Temporary Model, Sales, & Administrative Use Permit|
A Resolution of the City of Tamarac, Florida, granting a Temporary Model Sales and Administrative Use Permit for the Woodmont Residential Development, located on the east side of N.W. 80th Avenue and south of N.W. 82nd Street for a period of six (6) months; providing for conflicts; providing for severability; and providing for an effective date.
The City Commission may consider and act upon such other business as may come before it. In the event this agenda must be revised, such revised copies will be available to the public at the City Commission meeting.
Pursuant to Chapter 286.0105, Florida Statutes, if a person decides to appeal any decision made by the City Commission with respect to any matter considered at such meeting or hearing, he may need to ensure that a verbatim record of the proceedings is made which record includes the testimony and evidence upon which the appeal is based.
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Patricia Teufel, CMC