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COLLIER COUNTY
Board of County Commissioners
Community Redevelopment Agency Board (CRAB)
Airport Authority

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AGENDA

Board of County Commission Chambers
Collier County Government Center
3299 Tamiami Trail East, 3rd Floor

Naples, FL 34112

November 12, 2019

9:00 AM

Commissioner William L. McDaniel, Jr., District 5 -Chair; CRAB Co-Chair
Commissioner Burt Saunders, District 3 – Vice-Chair
Commissioner Donna Fiala, District 1; CRAB Co-Chair
Commissioner Andy Solis, District 2
Commissioner Penny Taylor, District 4

Attention:  Please review the agenda as a whole. Your tax dollars are used County-wide.

NOTICE: All persons wishing to speak on Agenda items must register prior to presentation of the Agenda item to be addressed. All registered speakers will receive up to three (3) minutes unless the time is adjusted by the chairman.

Requests to petition the Board on subjects which are not on this agenda must be submitted in writing with explanation to the County Manager at least 13 days prior to the date of the meeting and will be heard under “Public Petitions.” Public petitions are limited to the presenter, with a maximum time of ten minutes.

Any person who decides to appeal a decision of this Board will need a record of the proceeding pertaining thereto, and therefore 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 to be based.

Collier County Ordinance No. 2003-53 as amended by ordinance 2004-05 and 2007-24, requires that all lobbyists shall, before engaging in any lobbying activities (including but not limited to, addressing the Board of County Commissioners), register with the Clerk to the Board at the Board Minutes and Records Department.

If you are a person with a disability who needs any accommodation in order to participate in this proceeding, you are entitled, at no cost to you, the provision of certain assistance. Please contact the Collier County Facilities Management Division located at 3335 East Tamiami Trail, Suite 1, Naples, Florida, 34112-5356, (239) 252-8380; assisted listening devices for the hearing impaired are available in the Facilities Management Division.

Lunch Recess scheduled for 12:00 Noon to 1:00 P.M

8.       BOARD OF ZONING APPEALS

 

9.       ADVERTISED PUBLIC HEARINGS

9.A.     District 4

This item was continued from the October 22, 2019 BCC meeting.*** Recommendation to approve by Ordinance the KRG Courthouse Shadows, LLC Small-Scale Amendment to the Collier County Growth Management Plan, Ordinance 89-05, as Amended, and to Transmit to the Florida Department of Economic Opportunity. (Adoption Hearing) (Coordinator Corby Schmidt, AICP, Principal Planner) (This is a companion to Agenda Item 9.B) 

9.B     District 4

***This item was continued from the October 22, 2019 BCC Meeting.*** This item requires ex parte disclosure be provided by the Commission members. Should a hearing be held on this item, all participants are required to be sworn in. Recommendation to approve an Ordinance of the Board of County Commissioners of Collier County, Florida amending Ordinance Number 92-08, as amended, the Courthouse Shadows Planned Unit Development by adding 300 multi-family rental dwelling units as a permitted use in addition to the commercial development; by adding development standards for residential only buildings; by adding deviations related to the residential uses; by revising development commitments and by revising the master plan. The property is located on the south side of US 41 and opposite Airport Pulling Road in Sections 11, 12 and 13, Township 50 South, Range 25 East, Collier County, Florida consisting of 20.35+/- acres; and by providing an effective date. (This is a companion to agenda item 9.A) 

9.C.      District 5

***This item was continued from the October 22, 2019 BCC Meeting and has been continued indefinitely.*** This item requires ex parte disclosure be provided by the Commission members. Should a hearing be held on this item, all participants are required to be sworn in. Recommendation to approve an Ordinance of the Board of County Commissioners of Collier County, Florida amending Ordinance No. 04-74, the Orange Blossom Ranch Planned Unit Development (PUD), to increase the maximum number of dwelling units from 1600 to 1950; and providing an effective date. The subject property is located on the north and south sides of Oil Well Road (C.R. 858) approximately one mile east of Immokalee Road (C.R. 846) in Sections 13, 14 and 24, Township 48 South, Range 27 East, and Section 19, Township 48 South, Range 28 East, Collier County, Florida consisting of 616+/- acres. (PL20180003155)

9.D.     All Districts

Recommendation to review and approve the 2019 combined Annual Update and Inventory Report on Public Facilities and Schedule of Capital Improvements as provided for in Section 6.02.02 of the Collier County Land Development Code and Section 163.3177(3)(b), Florida Statutes and adopt a Resolution that updates the 5-Year Capital Improvement Schedules. (PL20190000983/CPSP-2019-1)

9.E.     All Districts 

Recommendation to approve an Ordinance amending Chapter 74 of the Collier County Code of Laws and Ordinances, which is the Collier County Consolidated Impact Fee Ordinance, providing for the incorporation by reference of two impact fee studies; amending the Road Impact Fee rate schedule and the Water and Wastewater impact fee rate schedule; providing for an effective date of November 25, 2019 for all rate categories that are decreasing and a delayed effective date of March 2, 2020 for all rate categories that are increasing and new/replacement land use categories being added to the fee schedules, in accordance with the 90-day notice requirements set forth in Section 163.31801(3)(d), Florida Statutes; and providing for revised definitions and update of the requirements related to the payment of Road Impact Fees to obtain a Certificate of Adequate Public Facilities (COA) to comply with the new provisions of the Florida Statutes. 

 

10.     BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS

10.A.   District 1

***This item to be heard immediately following Item 11A*** Recommendation to purchase the 37 acre SD Corporation/Cypress Landings II parcels under the Conservation Collier program previously included in the cycle 9 Acquisition A List in the amount of $1,580,000, which the owners have indicated they are willing to accept. (Commissioner Fiala) 

11.     COUNTY MANAGER'S REPORT

11.A.   All Districts

Recommendation to approve the Conservation Collier Future Acquisition Strategies document. (Summer Araque, Conservation Collier Program Coordinator) 

11.B.    District 1

Recommendation to evaluate two (2) options for the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) Joint Participation Agreement (JPA), for new landscaping on US 41 East (Collier Boulevard to Greenway Road), and Collier Boulevard South (US 41 East to Shell Island Road). (Joe Delate, Principal Project Manager, Road Maintenance)

11.C.    District 2

Recommendation to approve the award of Invitation to Bid No. 19-7611, U.S. 41 North Water Main Replacement Phase 2, to PWC Joint Venture, LLC, in the amount of $2,488,340, authorize the Chairman to sign the attached agreement, and authorize the necessary budget amendments, Project Number 70247. (Tom Chmelik, Director Engineering and Project Management Division) 

11.D.   All Districts

Recommendation to award Invitation to Bid No. 19-7655 to Florida Dredge and Dock LLC in the amount of $2,351,000 for the dredging of Water Turkey Bay, Wiggins Pass and Caxambas Pass for the Marco South beach renourishment, authorize necessary budget amendments, authorize the Chairman to execute the attached Agreement, and make a finding that this item promotes tourism. (Gary McAlpin, Coastal Zone Manager, Capital Project Planning, Impact Fees and Program Management) 

 

12.     COUNTY ATTORNEY'S REPORT

 

13.     OTHER CONSTITUTIONAL OFFICERS

 

14.     AIRPORT AUTHORITY AND/OR COMMUNITY REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY

            A. Airport
            B. Community Redevelopment Agency

 

15.     STAFF AND COMMISSION GENERAL COMMUNICATIONS

 

16.     CONSENT AGENDA

All matters listed under this item are considered to be routine and action will be taken by one motion without separate discussion of each item. If discussion is desired by a member of the Board, that item(s) will be removed from the Consent Agenda and considered separately.

16.A. GROWTH MANAGEMENT DEPARTMENT

District 1

16.A.8.    Recommendation to approve a Resolution for final acceptance of the private roadway and drainage improvements for the final plat of Cordoba at Lely Resort, Application Number AR-13078, and authorize the release of the maintenance security. 

16.A.19.  Recommendation to approve the release of a code enforcement lien with a value of $220,980.21 for payment of $730.21 in the code enforcement actions entitled Board of County Commissioners v. Janice Rives and Arturo Rives, Code Enforcement Special Magistrate Case No. CEPM20160008025 relating to property located at 5378 Broward St, Collier County, Florida.

16.A.26.   Recommendation to approve the Selection Committee’s ranking and authorize staff to enter into contract negotiations with Tindale-Oliver & Associates, Inc., dba Tindale Oliver, related to Request for Professional Services No. 19-7563, “East Naples Community Development Plan.”)

16.A.30.   Recommendation to authorize the Clerk of Courts to release a Performance Bond in the amount of $1,000,000 which was posted as a guaranty for Excavation Permit Numbers 60.100, PL20120002540; 60.100-1, PL20130002717; 60.100-2, PL20140000342; 60.100-3, PL20150000128 for work associated with Naples Reserve Phase One.

District 2

16.A.3.    Recommendation to approve a Resolution for final acceptance of the private roadway and drainage improvements for the final plat of Madison Estates, Application Number 99-16, and authorize the release of the maintenance security. 

16.A.6.    Recommendation to approve a Resolution for final acceptance of the private roadway and drainage improvements for the final plat of Eden on the Bay, Application Number 99-02, and authorize the release of the maintenance security. 

16.A.9.    Recommendation to approve a Resolution for final acceptance of the private roadway and drainage improvements for the final plat of Barefoot Bay, Application Number 00-36, and authorize the release of the maintenance security. 

16.A.15.  Recommendation to approve final acceptance of the potable water and sewer utility facilities for The Club at Pelican Bay, PL20180002468, and to authorize the County Manager, or his designee, to release the Utilities Performance Security (UPS) and Final Obligation Bond in the total amount of $13,260.49 to the Project Engineer or the Developer’s designated agent. 

District 3

16.A.1.    Recommendation to approve a Resolution for final acceptance of the private roadway and drainage improvements for the final plat of Summit Place in Naples Phase III, Application Number AR-6935, and authorize the release of the maintenance security.

16.A.4.    Recommendation to approve a Resolution for final acceptance of the private roadway and drainage improvements for the final plat of Pebblebrooke Commercial Phase IV, Application Number AR-5145, and authorize the release of the maintenance security.

16.A.11.   Recommendation to approve final acceptance and accept the conveyance of the potable water and sewer utility facilities for Esplanade Golf and Country Club of Naples – Learning Center, PL20180002553 and to authorize the County Manager, or his designee, to release the Utilities Performance Security (UPS) and Final Obligation Bond in the total amount of $5,750.16 to the Project Engineer or the Developer’s designated agent.

16.A.24.   Recommendation to authorize staff to utilize $199,674 from the Golden Gate City Economic Development Zone Trust Fund for a Golden Gate Parkway Complete Street Study and authorize the necessary budget amendments.

16.A.25.   Recommendation to direct Staff to extend the Rural Fringe Mixed Use District’s (RFMUD) “Early Entry” bonus Transfer of Developments Rights (TDR) credit, as provided for in the Future Land Use Element (FLUE) of the Collier County Growth Management Plan (GMP) and in the Land Development Code (LDC).

16.A.32.   Recommendation to hear a Land Development Code Amendment at two regularly scheduled daytime hearings and waive the nighttime hearing requirement. 

District 4

16.A.2.    Recommendation to approve a Resolution for final acceptance of the private roadway and drainage improvements for the final plat of Avila Unit Six, Application Number PL20120001662, and authorize the release of the maintenance security.

16.A.7.    Recommendation to approve a Resolution for final acceptance of the private roadway and drainage improvements for the final plat of Torino and Miramonte, Application Number AR-6320, and authorize the release of the maintenance security.

16.A.13.    Recommendation to approve final acceptance of the sewer utility facilities for Hiwasse – Lock-Up Storage, PL20180002067, and to authorize the County Manager, or his designee, to release the Utilities Performance Security (UPS) and Final Obligation Bond in the total amount of $13,593.27 to the Project Engineer or the Developer’s designated agent.

16.A.14.    Recommendation to approve final acceptance and accept the conveyance of the potable water and sewer utility facilities for Isles of Collier Preserve Phase 7C, PL20180001299 and to authorize the County Manager, or his designee, to release the Final Obligation Bond in the amount of $4,000 to the Project Engineer or the Developer’s designated agent.

16.A.22.    Recommendation to approve two donation agreements for the conveyance of drainage easements (Parcels 445DE and 446DE) required for Gulfview Drive. Estimated Fiscal Impact: $1,000.

District 5

16.A.5.    Recommendation to approve a Resolution for final acceptance of the private roadway and drainage improvements for the final plat of Southeast Immokalee, Application Number AR-3410, and authorize the release of the maintenance security. 

16.A.10.    Recommendation to approve final acceptance of the potable water facilities, and accept the conveyance of the potable water for Neighborhood Shoppes at Orangetree (Water Main Extension), PL20180001641. 

16.A.12.    Recommendation to approve final acceptance and accept the conveyance of the potable water facilities for Richmond Park (Fire Hydrant), PL20170002337 and to authorize the County Manager, or his designee, to release the Utilities Performance Security (UPS) and Final Obligation Bond in the total amount of $4,839.16 to the Project Engineer or the Developer’s designated agent. 

16.A.16.    Recommendation to award a Work Order to Preferred Materials, Inc., for construction of the “Oil Well Road Shoulder Improvements – Segment I” project, in the amount of $596,370.44 (Project 60231.2) and authorize the Chairman to sign the attached Work Order. 

16.A.17.    Recommendation to award a Work Order to Ajax Paving Industries of FL, LLC, for construction of the “Everglades Boulevard North Shoulder Improvements – Segment I” project, in the amount of $620,373.28 (Project 60237.1). 

16.A.18.    Recommendation to approve an Adopt-a-Road Program Agreement for the roadway segment of Wilson Boulevard (from Immokalee Road south for 1.5 miles) with two (2) recognition signs and two (2) Adopt-a-Road logo signs for a total cost of $200 with the volunteer group, Collier County Cash Cows Inc.

16.A.23.    Recommendation to approve the release of a code enforcement lien with an accrued value of $18,927.18 for payment of $1,827.18 in the code enforcement action entitled Board of County Commissioners v. Randolph Codner and Van B. Rhone, relating to property located at 4343 22nd Ave SE, Collier County, Florida.

16.A.25.    Recommendation to direct Staff to extend the Rural Fringe Mixed Use District’s (RFMUD) “Early Entry” bonus Transfer of Developments Rights (TDR) credit, as provided for in the Future Land Use Element (FLUE) of the Collier County Growth Management Plan (GMP) and in the Land Development Code (LDC).

16.A.28.    Recommendation to authorize the Clerk of Courts to release a Cash Bond in the amount of $3,580 which was posted as a development guaranty for an Early Work Authorization (EWA) (PL20160000314) for work associated with Anthem Parkway Extension. 

16.A.29.    Recommendation to authorize the Clerk of Courts to release a Performance Bond in the amount of $46,300 which was posted as a guaranty for Excavation Permit Number 60.079, PL20120001414 for work associated with Twin Eagles Phase 2B – Block 106.

All Districts

16.A.20.    Recommendation to adopt a Resolution amending Resolution 12-234, to remove the tri-annual amendment cycles and allow for amendments to the Collier County Growth Management Plan to be processed, reviewed and scheduled for public hearing as submitted, as aligned with the Florida Statute 163.3184.

16.A.21.   Recommendation to approve and authorize the Chairman to execute Amendment No. 5 to Contract No. 18-7245 with Taylor Engineering, Inc., to include additional tasks for the Collier County Comprehensive Watershed Improvement Plan.

16.A.27.   Recommendation to approve a Resolution to establish a standard template for Construction Bonds associated with the collocation of small wireless facilities on County utility poles on behalf of the Board of County Commissioners.

16.A.31.   Recommendation to extend the existing contracts with Aptim Environmental & Infrastructure, LLC, and Humiston & Moore Engineers, P.A. under Agreement # 15-6382, “Grant Funded Professional Services for Coastal Zone,” for a period of up to 180 days to allow staff to complete negotiations for a new agreement and to prevent a lapse in this service.

 

16.B. COMMUNITY REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY

District 1

None

District 2

None

District 3

None

District 4

None

District 5

None

All Districts

None

 

16.C. PUBLIC UTILITIES DEPARTMENT

District 1

16.C.4.    Recommendation to authorize the County Attorney to take any and all legal action necessary to ensure that the property located at 249 Brockington Drive, which escheated to the county due to the prior owner’s failure to pay taxes, is vacated of any occupants and the dilapidated trailer on the property is removed or demolished, if it remains.

16.C.5.    Recommendation to authorize a budget amendment for the Facilities Management Division in the amount of $1,869,000 to fund the Jail’s Kitchen Replacement and Safety Upgrades Project (53007) from the Infrastructure Sales Surtax.

16.C.7.    Recommendation to approve the award of Invitation to Bid No. 19-7625, U.S. 41 East Water Main Replacement, to DBE Management Inc., d/b/a DBE Utility Services, authorize the Chairman to sign the attached agreement, in the amount of $660,591, and approve the necessary budget amendment (Project Number 70248).

16.C.10.   Recommendation to approve the Easement Agreement with Bradstrom Village Condominium Association, Inc., a Florida not-for-profit corporation, at a cost not to exceed $4,553 for the acquisition of a Utility Easement for proposed water and wastewater infrastructure improvements, Project Number 70043.

District 2

16.C.6.    Recommendation to approve the selection committee’s ranking of Request for Professional Services (“RPS”) No. 19-7593, “Palm River Utility Improvements,” and authorize staff to begin contract negotiations with the top ranked firm, Q. Grady Minor & Associates, P.A.

16.C.9.    Recommendation to authorize budget amendments in the amount of $911,912.93 for the Vanderbilt Drive Cul-de-sacs Public Utilities Renewal, Project Number 70122.

District 3

16.C.8.    Recommendation to approve the selection committee rankings and authorize entering into negotiations for a contract related to Request for Professional Services (RPS) Number 19-7621, "Golden Gate Wastewater Engineer of Record (EOR) and Infrastructure Improvements."

District 4

16.C.1.    Recommendation to approve the selection committee’s ranking for Request for Professional Services (“RPS”) No. 19-7634, “Heritage Bay Government Center Design,” and authorize staff to begin contract negotiations with the top-ranked company, Stantec Consulting Services Inc., so that staff can bring a contract back to the Board at a subsequent meeting.

District 5

None 

All Districts

16.C.2.   Recommendation to award Invitation to Bid No. 19-7531, “Plumbing Parts and Supplies,” to Palm Beach Plumbing Parts Inc., as the primary vendor, and Jameson Currie Corporation Inc. d/b/a Jameson Supply Inc., as the secondary vendor, for County-wide plumbing parts and supplies.

16.C.3.   Recommendation to award Agreements for Request for Qualification No. 19-7539, “Roofing Replacement Contractors,” for County-wide roofing replacement services to: Advanced Roofing, Inc., F.A. Remodeling and Repairs Inc., Crowther Roofing and Sheet Metal of Florida, Inc., Above All Roofing Contractor, LLC, and Target Roofing and Sheet Metal, Inc.

 

16.D. PUBLIC SERVICES DEPARTMENT

District 1

16.D.7.    Recommendation to approve one (1) Release of Lien for an owner who has met the 15-year affordability term of a State Housing Initiatives Partnership Grant Agreement for Deferral of 100% of Collier County Impact Fees for Single-Family Affordable Housing Dwelling, provide a refund.

16.D.8.    Recommendation to approve a Budget Amendment in the amount of $68,981.24 to fund lobby and office improvements at Collier Museum at Government Center.

District 2

16.D.1.    Recommendation to award Invitation to Bid No. 19-7630 to Infinite Construction, LLC, for the “Barefoot Beach Boardwalk and Pavilion Replacement,” in the amount of $225,343.28, authorize the Chairman to execute the attached agreement, authorize the necessary budget amendment and make a finding that this item promotes tourism.

District 3

16.D.12.    Recommendation to approve a Resolution to establish a “No Overnight Parking” Zone at the Collier Area Transit (CAT) Facility located at 8300 Radio Road.

District 4

16.D.3.    Recommendation to approve a Temporary Right of Entry Agreement with Fischer Brothers Industries, Inc., to allow a portion of the Rich King Greenway be utilized as an access and staging area for a Moon Lake development lake bank remediation project, at no cost to the County.

16.D.6.    Recommendation to approve two (2) mortgage satisfactions for the State Housing Initiatives Partnership loan program in the combined amount of $33,458 and approve an associated Budget Amendment.

16.D.13.    Recommendation to accept the donation from Naples Velo Cycling Alliance, Inc., a Florida not for profit corporation, for the purposes of upgrading the starting gate at the Naples BMX Sports Park and approve the Temporary Right of Entry with Bonness, Inc., to perform excavation/site work required to install the new starting gate.

District 5

16.D.5.    Recommendation to approve one (1) satisfaction of mortgage for the State Housing Initiatives Partnership Program where the term of the obligation has been met.

16.D.6.    Recommendation to approve two (2) mortgage satisfactions for the State Housing Initiatives Partnership loan program in the combined amount of $33,458 and approve an associated Budget Amendment.

All Districts

16.D.2.    Recommendation for the Board of County Commissioners to approve and authorize the Chairman to sign an agreement between Collier County and David Lawrence Mental Health Center to administer the allocation of the state-mandated match for FY20 in the amount of $2,335,934.

16.D.4.    Recommendation to approve an “after-the-fact” contract and an attestation statement with Area Agency on Aging for Southwest Florida, Inc., for the Emergency Home Energy Assistance Program and authorize a Budget Amendment to ensure continuous funding for FY19/20. (Net Fiscal Impact $73,218.87)

16.D.9.    Recommendation to approve a Resolution authorizing the County Manager to sign all documents required to accept an initial distribution from The Harvey M. Shreve Jr. Irrevocable Trust of 1997 (Trust), in the amount of $1,600,000 and any subsequent distributions to the Collier County Public Library, and to approve any necessary Budget Amendments.

16.D.10.    Recommendation to approve upon arrival a FY2019/2020 Federal Transit Administration Section 5311 rural grant award in the amount of $484,276 to provide transit service to the rural area of Collier County; approve a resolution authorizing the Chair to sign the agreement and all necessary budget amendments and certifications. Total fiscal impact is $968,552 with a Federal share of $484,276 and local match of $484,276.

16.D.11.    Recommendation to approve and execute upon arrival the FY20-21 Public Transportation Grant Agreement (PTGA) with the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) in the amount of $1,965,584 providing for State funding for eligible Collier County fixed-route transit administrative, management, and operational expenses in the amount of $982,792, approve a local match in the amount of $982,792, and authorize the necessary Budget Amendments.

16.D.14.    Recommendation to approve and authorize the Chairman to sign the Hazard Mitigation Grant Program (HMGP) Agreement #H0311 from the Florida Department of Emergency Management (FDEM) in the amount of $225,000 for hardening of the University Extension Services’ (UES) Institute of Food and Agricultural Services (IFAS) Building and associated Budget Amendments which include a local match contribution of $75,000, and a Resolution to authorize the County Manager or designee to revise and execute any and all documents necessary to apply for and/or receive the HMGP.

 

16.E. ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES DEPARTMENT

District 1

None

District 2

None

District 3

None

District 4

None

District 5

None

All Districts

16.E.1.    Recommendation to approve the selection committee’s ranking of Request for Professional Services (“RPS”) No. 18-7432-ME, “Professional Services Library – Mechanical, Electrical, Plumbing and Technology Category,” and authorize staff to begin contract negotiations with the top five ranked firms, so that proposed agreements may be brought back for the Board’s consideration at a subsequent meeting.

16.E.2.    Recommendation to approve the selection committee’s ranking of Request for Professional Services (“RPS”) No. 18-7432-CE, “Professional Services Library – Civil Engineering Category,” and authorize staff to begin contract negotiations with all thirty-six ranked firms, so that proposed agreements may be brought back for the Board’s consideration at a subsequent meeting.

16.E.3.    Recommendation to approve the selection committee’s ranking of Request for Professional Services (“RPS”) No. 18-7432-AR, “Professional Services Library - Architectural Study, Planning and Design Category,” and authorize staff to begin contract negotiations with the top nine ranked firms, so that proposed agreements may be brought back for the Board’s consideration at a subsequent meeting.

16.E.4.    Recommendation to approve the selection committee’s ranking of Request for Professional Services (“RPS”) No. 18-7432-TR, “Professional Services Library – Transit Planning, Design and/or Study Category,” and authorize staff to begin contract negotiations with all four ranked firms, so that proposed agreements may be brought back for the Board’s consideration at a subsequent meeting.

16.E.5.    Recommendation to award Request for Professional Services (“RPS”) No. 18-7432-AH, “Professional Services Library - Architectural Historic Preservation, Study, Planning and Design Category,” to Parker/Mudgett/Smith Architects, Inc., Bender & Associates Architects, P.A., MLD Architects, LLC, and Renker, Eich, Parks Architects, Inc., and authorize the Chairman to execute the agreements.

16.E.6.    Recommendation to approve a Resolution and annual Statewide Mutual Aide Agreement between Collier County and other counties, municipalities, and independent special districts and the State of Florida, Division of Emergency Management.

16.E.7.    Recommendation to renew the annual Certificate of Public Convenience and Necessity (COPCN) for Collier County Emergency Medical Services to provide Class 1 Advanced Life Support Transport (ALS) for one year and authorize the Chairman to execute the Permit and Certificate.

16.E.8.     Recommendation to recognize carry-forward from accrued interest earned from the period July 1, 2019 through September 30, 2019 by EMS County Grant revenue and appropriate funds for a total amount of $864.26.

16.E.9.     Recommendation to approve the administrative report prepared by the Procurement Services Division for disposal of property and notification of revenue disbursement.

16.E.10.    Recommendation to approve the Administrative Reports prepared by the Procurement Services Division for change orders and other contractual modifications requiring Board approval.

16.E.11.    Recommendation to accept an award of $63,560 in grant funds from the State of Florida Department of Health, Bureau of Emergency Medical Services for supplies and training and to authorize necessary Budget Amendments.

 

16.F. COUNTY MANAGER OPERATIONS

District 1

None

District 2

None

District 3

None

District 4

None

District 5

16.F.7.    Recommendation to authorize a Work Order under Agreement No. 14-6213, “Utility Contractors,” for Pelican Bay Lake 2-9 Restoration to Quality Enterprises USA, Inc., in the amount of $682,722.70.

All Districts

16.F.1.    Recommendation to approve a report covering budget amendments impacting reserves and moving funds in an amount up to and including $25,000 and $50,000, respectively.

16.F.2.    Recommendation to adopt a resolution approving amendments (appropriating grants, donations, contributions or insurance proceeds) to the FY2019-20 Adopted Budget.

16.F.3.    Recommendation to use Tourist Development Tax Promotion Funds to support the upcoming December 2019 Sports Tourism Events the Gatorade College Soccer Showcase December 7th-8th, 2019 up to $9,100 and the Kelleher Firm Holiday Hoopfest December 27th-30th, 2019 up to $5,625 for a total up to $14,725 and make a finding that these expenditures promote tourism.

16.F.4.    Recommendation that the Board of County Commissioners approve Summit Orthopedic Technologies, Inc., (“Summit”) as a qualified applicant to the Collier County Basic Industry Job Growth Promotion Incentive Program and approve the attached agreement for Project “Peak.”

16.F.5.    Recommendation to authorize an $146,000 budget amendment recognizing carryforward for two purchase orders that did not roll from FY 2019 to FY 2020.

16.F.6.    Recommendation to approve the First Amendment to Agreement # 19-7509 between Cultural Planning Group, LLC and Collier County to increase reimbursable travel expenses in an amount not to exceed $4,326 and make a finding that this action promotes tourism to Collier County.

 

16.G. AIRPORT AUTHORITY

District 1

16.G.1.    Recommendation to approve the Fourth Amendment to Agreement No. 16-6561, “Design Services for Marco Executive Terminal,” with Atkins North America, Inc., in the amount of $31,450 for Construction Engineering and Inspection (CEI) services associated with Bid Alternates 1 and 2 and authorize the Chairman to execute the Amendment, and to approve including the costs associated with construction of Bid Alternates 1 and 2 in Quality Enterprises USA Inc. Contract No. 18-7366 - Marco Airport Apron & Associated Safety Improvements, increasing the amount of the award by $621,365 from $3,689,425 to $4,310,790 and authorize the County Manager or his designee to execute a Change Order for the increase to Contract No. 18-7366.

District 2

None

District 3

None

District 4

None

District 5

None

 All Districts

16.G.2.    Recommendation to approve and authorize the Chairman to sign Agreement No. 19-7558, “Design and Related Services for the Immokalee Regional Airport Runway 18/36 Project,” and the “Taxiway C Extension Project” in the lump sum not-to-exceed amount of $680,344 with Hole Montes, Inc.

 

16.H. BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS

District 1

None

District 2

None

District 3

None

District 4

None

District 5

None

All Districts

16.H.1.   Recommendation to review the Florida Association of Counties (FAC) Water Policy Committee’s 2019-20 proposed guiding principles to be submitted to the Governor and Legislature for their consideration at the 2020 Legislative session. (Commissioner Taylor)

 

16.I.   MISCELLANEOUS CORRESPONDENCE

District 1

None

District 2

None

District 3

None

District 4

None

District 5

None

All Districts 

None

 

16.J.  OTHER CONSTITUTIONAL OFFICERS

District 1

None

District 2

None

District 3

None

District 4

None

District 5

None

All Districts

16.J.1.    Report to the Board regarding the investment of County funds as of the quarter ended September 30, 2019.

16.J.2.    To record in the minutes of the Board of County Commissioners, the check number (or other payment method), amount, payee, and purpose for which the referenced disbursements were drawn for the periods between October 10, 2019 and October 30, 2019 pursuant to Florida Statute 136.06.

16.J.3.    Recommendation to provide after the fact approval of the submittal of the Application for Funding Assistance for the Sheriff’s Office Residential Substance Abuse Treatment grant.

16.J.4.    Recommendation to authorize execution of the budget amendment for $635,000 for communications VESTA Hardware Replacement (9-1-1).

16.J.5.    Request that the Board approve and determine valid public purpose for invoices payable and purchasing card transactions as of November 6, 2019.

16.K.   COUNTY ATTORNEY

District 1

None

District 2

16.K.3.   Recommendation to reappoint two members to the Vanderbilt Beach Beautification Advisory Committee.

District 3

None

District 4

None

District 5

None

All Districts

16.K.1.    Recommendation to appoint a member to Conservation Collier Land Acquisition Advisory Committee.

16.K.2.    Recommendation to appoint a member to the Affordable Housing Advisory Committee.

16.K.4.    Recommendation to reappoint two members to the Historic/Archaeological Preservation Board.

16.K.5.    Recommendation to reappoint a member to the Health Facilities Authority.

16.K.6.    Recommendation to approve and authorize the Chair to execute a settlement agreement between Jeffrey and Brenda Lane and Collier County, related to dispute over ownership of a drainage easement within the property located at 6915 Oakmont Parkway, Naples, Florida, with the County accepting ownership of the drainage easement and future maintenance of the drainage line and both parties waiving costs incurred in relation to the failure and replacement of the prior drainage line.

16.K.7.    Recommendation to direct the County Attorney to advertise, and bring back for public hearing, an Ordinance amending Ordinance No. 2018-21, in order to codify the Board’s appointment of alternate members of the Infrastructure Surtax Citizen Oversight Committee. 

 

17.     SUMMARY AGENDA

This section is for advertised public hearings and must meet the following criteria: 1) A recommendation for approval from staff; 2) Unanimous recommendation for approval by the Collier County Planning Commission or other authorizing agencies of all members present and voting; 3) No written or oral objections to the item received by staff, the Collier County Planning Commission, other authorizing agencies or the Board, prior to the commencement of the BCC meeting on which the items are scheduled to be heard; and 4) No individuals are registered to speak in opposition to the item. For those items which are quasi-judicial in nature, all participants must be sworn in.

District 1

17.A.    This item requires that ex parte disclosure be provided by Commission members. Should a hearing be held on this item, all participants are required to be sworn in. Recommendation to approve an Ordinance amending Ordinance Number 17-45, as amended, the Logan/Immokalee Commercial Planned Unit Development (CPUD), to increase the maximum allowable size of a dry cleaning plant from 1,500 square feet to 2,500 square feet; and providing for an effective date, for property located on the southeast corner of Immokalee Road and Logan Boulevard, in Section 28, Township 48 South, Range 26 East, Collier County, Florida, consisting of 18.6+/- acres.

District 2

None

District 3

None

District 4

None

District 5

17.B.    Recommendation to adopt an Ordinance establishing a ban against cast net fishing at Ann Olesky Park on Lake Trafford. 

All Districts

17.C.    Recommendation to adopt an ordinance amending Ordinance No. 2004-12, as amended, by adding to the classifications of Certificates of Public Convenience and Necessity (COPCN) a Basic Life Support (BLS) provision within the Class 2 Inter-facility transport services provision.

17.D.    Recommendation to adopt a resolution approving amendments (appropriating carry forward, transfers and supplemental revenue) to the Fiscal Year 2019-20 Adopted Budget.