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Summary of Actions

 

 

 

CITY COUNCIL
SUMMARY OF ACTIONS
September 20, 2016


Adoption of Final FY 2016-2017 Millage Rate and Budget.
  Council held a public hearing and 1) directed the City Clerk to publically announce the name of the taxing authority, the rolled-back rate, the percentage change from the rolled-back rate, and the millage rate to be levied, and then adopted, 6-1 with Council Member Eley opposed, Resolution No. 2016-16 setting fiscal year 2016-2017 millage rate of 2.4633, which is 5.74% higher than the rolled-back millage rate of 2.3296, and 2) adopted, 5-2 with Mayor Rose and Council Member Eley opposing, Resolution No. 2016-17 approving the 2016-2017 budget.



Create a New Future Land Use Designation – “Parkway Interchange” in Volume 1, Horizon 2030 Comprehensive Plan.  Council held a public hearing and unanimously approved Ordinance No. 2016-08 adding the new future land use designation, “Parkway Interchange” to the adopted portion of the Comprehensive Plan, Volume 1, Future Land Use Element.


Assign the New Future Land Use Designation – Parkway Interchange to Tuck Ferrell’s Property.  Council held a public hearing and unanimously approved Ordinance No. 2016-09, assigning the newly created future land use designation, “Parkway Interchange”, to Tuck Ferrell’s property.


New Zoning District – “Gateway Interchange” as a Mixed Use District.  Council held a public hearing and unanimously approved Ordinance No. 2016-10 which creates the new “Gateway Interchange” zoning district.


Tuck Ferrell Rezoning Request to the New Zoning District, Gateway Interchange.  Council held a public hearing and unanimously approved Ordinance No. 2016-11 which rezones 154 acres located on the south side of New Haven Avenue, at the intersection of the St. Johns Heritage Parkway to the new district, “Gateway Interchange”.


Annexation of 2394 Minton Road (west side of Minton Road, south of Henry Avenue).  Council held a public hearing and unanimously approved Ordinance No. 2016-13, annexing the property located at 2394 Minton Road.


Assign the City Future Land Use Designation – Commercial to recently annexed property at 2394 Minton Road.  Council held a public hearing and unanimously approved the first reading of Ordinance No. 2016-16, assigning the future land use designation, “Commercial”, to property located at 2394 Minton Road, and set the matter for public hearing and adoption on October 4, 2016.


Rezoning of Property located at 2394 Minton Road to the Zoning District, C-1, Low Density Commercial.  Council held a public hearing and unanimously approved the first reading of Ordinance No. 2016-17 which rezones 1.28 acres of property located at 2394 Minton Road to C-1, Low Density Commercial, and set the matter for public hearing and adoption on October 4, 2016.


Annex 4650 W. New Haven Avenue (next to I-95 interchange).  Council held a public hearing and unanimously approved Ordinance No. 2016-12, annexing the property located at 4650 W. New Haven Avenue.


WoodSpring Suites Development Agreement.  Council held a public hearing and unanimously approved the development agreement with Lake Geneva Group, LLC for the 4.14 acre property to be developed as the WoodSpring Suites and restaurant.


Assign a City Future Land Use Designation – Commercial to Property Located at 4650 W. New Haven Avenue.  Council held a public hearing and unanimously approved the first reading of Ordinance No. 2016-14, assigning the Commercial future land use designation, to the property containing the “County Line Saloon”, and set the matter for public hearing and adoption on October 4, 2016.


Lake Geneva Group, LLC Rezoning Request for the Newly Annexed Property to Commercial Parkway.  Council held a public hearing and unanimously approved the first reading of Ordinance No. 2016-15 which rezones 4.14 acres located on the north side of New Haven Avenue, east of I-95 to Commercial Parkway zoning, and set the matter for public hearing and adoption on October 4, 2016.


Future Land Use Designation Change – Urban Density Residential for a Project Known as “Aventine”.  Council held a public hearing and unanimously approved the transmittal of the large scale comprehensive plan map amendment, changing the future land use designation to “Urban Density Residential”, to 14.5 acres owned by the company that developed the Haven Apartments.


Riviera Drive Commercial LLC Rezoning Request to R-3, Multi-Family Residential.  Council held a public hearing and unanimously approved the rezoning of 14.5 acres located on the east side of Durham Drive, north of Palm Bay Road to “R-3, Multiple Family Residential”.


CONSENT AGENDA.  Council unanimously approved the following:
 

  • The Regular City Council meeting minutes for Tuesday, September 6, 2016.
  • Authorizing the City Attorney to execute an agreement for a Westlaw Advantage legal research subscription plan with a term of five (5) years and a total cost of $25,402.92.


Ray Bullard WRF Reuse Filter #3 Addition Project.  Council unanimously awarded the bid for the Ray Bullard WRF Reuse Filter #3 Addition Project to L7 Construction, Inc., in the amount of $904,700.00.


Selection of Firm for Grant Writing and Administrative Services.  Council defeated, 3-4 with Mayor Rose and Council Members Young, Tice and Smith voting in the majority, selecting Guardian Community Resource Management, Inc. to perform grant writing and grant administrative services.  Council then unanimously selected Summit Professional Services, Inc. to perform grant writing and grant administrative services and authorized the City Manager to enter into a professional services agreement with the firm.


Non-Represented Employee Wage Ranges.  Council unanimously adopted Resolution No. 2016-18 approving wage ranges for non-represented employees for fiscal year 2016-2017.


Annual Review of Police Chief’s Performance.  Council reviewed the results of the Police Chief’s Annual Performance Evaluation and, by motion, unanimously accepted the summary results.


Salary Increases for City Manager, City Attorney and Police Chief.  Council reviewed and approved, 5-2 with Mayor Rose and Council Member Eley opposing, salary increases of 3% for the City Manager, 5% for the City Attorney, and 4% for the Police Chief based on the annual performance reviews.


For additional information on these matters, call the City Clerk’s office at 321-837-7774.  City Council will meet again on Tuesday, October 4, 2016, after which this page will be updated.