Summary of Actions

CITY COUNCIL
SUMMARY OF ACTIONS
January 21, 2020

Introduction of New Employees.  Public Works Director Mark Piccirillo introduced Lead Mechanic Robert Simcox, who started with the City on December 16, 2019.  Finance Director Margi Starkey introduced Customer Service Representative Kayla Penders, who started with the City on January 6, 2020.  Chief Rick Wiley introduced Police Officer Rafael Benitez, who started with the City on January 21, 2020.  Parks and Recreation Director Rich Boprey introduced Maintenance Workers Raymond Parker and Timothy Laskovich, both who started with the City on January 13, 2020.  He also indicated that Recreation Worker David Campbell started with the City on December 20, 2019, but worked the past three-day weekend and was unable to attend the Council meeting.

Certificates of Recognition to the 2019-2020 Citizens Leadership Academy Graduates.  Mayor Hal Rose and City Manager Scott Morgan presented certificates to the graduates of the 2019-2020 West Melbourne Citizens Leadership Academy.

Presentation from Anya Johnson on Composting.  Ms. Johnson, a senior at West Shore Senior High School, presented a proposal to City Council on the benefit of composting and the importance of educating the public.

Mayor’s 2019 Year in Review.  Council received Mayor Rose’s presentation of the City of West Melbourne’s 2019 Year in Review and outlook for 2020.

Extraterritorial Transportation Facility Impact Ordinance.  Council held a public hearing and unanimously adopted Ordinance No. 2019-24, providing for the establishment of regulations, procedures, and criteria for the review, denial, approval, or approval with conditions of extrajurisdictional developments that require infrastructure improvements within West Melbourne due to significant and adverse impacts on infrastructure and existing communities within West Melbourne.

Consent Agenda.  Council unanimously approved the following consent items:

  • The City Council meeting minutes for Tuesday, December 17, 2019.
  • The purchase of the Imagine Way school zone warning signs from Temple, Inc.
  • The extension of time on the cash bond for the Heritage Pointe commercial parcel improvements.
  • Authorized staff to proceed toward vacation of an unnecessary easement on Tract G-5 of the Coastal Commerce Center.

Lift Station Rehabilitation Project.  Council unanimously approved awarding the contract to Danus Utilities, Inc. in the amount of $438,260.00 for rehabilitation of four sewer lift stations.

2019 Annual Report for the Police Department.  Council received Police Chief Wiley’s presentation of the 2019 Annual Report for the Police Department.

For additional information on these matters, call the City Clerk’s office at 321-837-7774.  City Council will meet again on Tuesday, February 4, 2020, after which this page will be updated.