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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

July 14, 2020

9:00 AM

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

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

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

8.       BOARD OF ZONING APPEALS

 

9.       ADVERTISED PUBLIC HEARINGS

9.A.      District 5

Recommendation not to approve an Ordinance for a single Petition from the 2018 Cycle Three of Growth Management Plan Amendments for an Amendment Proposed to the Future Land Use Element to Establish the Ventana Pointe Residential Overlay and not to approve for Transmittal to the Florida Department of Economic Opportunity for Review and Comments Response. [PL20180002668/CP-2018-7] (Adoption Hearing) (Companion to Item 9B)

9.B.      District 5

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 amending Ordinance Number 2004-41, as amended, the Collier County Land Development Code, which established the comprehensive zoning regulations for the unincorporated area of Collier County, Florida, by amending the appropriate zoning atlas map or maps by changing the zoning classification of the herein described real property from a Rural Agricultural (A) zoning district within the Rural Fringe Mixed Use District Overlay-Receiving Lands to a Residential Planned Unit Development (RPUD) zoning district for the project to be known as Ventana Pointe RPUD, to allow construction of up to 77 detached single family dwelling units on property located on the south side of Immokalee Road, approximately two miles east of Collier Boulevard, in Section 25, Township 48 South, Range 26 East, consisting of 37.62± acres; and by providing an effective date. [PL20180002669] (This is a companion to Agenda Item #9A)

 

10.      BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS

10.A.      All Districts

Recommendation to direct the County Manager to work with the Naples Senior Center (NSC) team to explore opportunities to locate on public property or other alternative private sites in the county. (Commissioner McDaniel)

10.B.      All Districts

Recommendation to direct the County Manager, or designee, to develop a scope, estimated cost and schedule for a combined Vulnerability Assessment and Adaption Planning Study related to sea-level rise for future consideration. (Commissioner Taylor)

10.C.     District 2

Recommendation to adopt a resolution designating the area located in the District 2 Industrial Park area as a cultural arts district. (Commissioner Solis)

10.D.      All Districts

Discussion of proposal by the Citizens Climate Lobby. (Commissioner Saunders)

10.E.      All Districts

***This item to be heard no sooner than 1:00 p.m.*** Recommendation that the Board direct the County Attorney to advertise and bring back for a Special Hearing an Ordinance mandating that individuals wear a face covering in public. (Commissioner Solis)

 

11.      COUNTY MANAGER'S REPORT

11.A.     All Districts

Recommendation to adopt a resolution establishing Proposed Millage Rates as the Maximum Property Tax Rates to be levied in FY 2020/21 and Reaffirm the Advertised Public Hearing dates in September 2020 for the Budget approval process. (Mark Isackson, Director of Corporate Financial Planning and Management Services)

11.B.      All Districts

Recommendation to approve allocations of the Coronavirus Relief Fund appropriation to Collier County in the amount of $67,162,425. (Sean Callahan, Executive Director, Corporate Business Operations)

11.C.      District 5

Recommendation to award Agreement No. 19-7632 for Construction Engineering and Inspection (“CEI”) and Related Services for "Eleven Bridge Replacements East of SR 29" to HighSpans Engineering, Inc., in a not to exceed amount of $3,184,809.50. (Marlene Messam, Principal Project Manager, Transportation Engineering Division)

11.D.      District 2

Recommendation to award Invitation to Bid (“ITB”) 20-7719, Palm River Blvd Bridge Replacement (Project No. 66066), to ZEP Construction, Inc., in the amount of $1,295,966.06, and authorize the Chairman to sign the attached Agreement. (Jay Ahmad, Director, Transportation Engineering)

11.E.      District 1

Recommendation to award Bid Number 20-7770, “South County Water Reclamation Facility (SCWRF) Modifications to Clarifier # 2,” to Contractor, PWC, Joint Venture LLC, in the amount of $1,599,700 for Project Number 70270, and approve the necessary budget amendments. (Tom Chmelik, Public Utilities Engineering and Project Management Division)

11.F.      All Districts

Recommendation to award Invitation to Bid No. 20-7769, “South County Regional Water Treatment Reactor Tank No. 4,” Project 70135, to Mitchell & Stark Construction Company, Inc., in the amount of $3,843,000, and authorize the Chairman to sign the attached agreement. (Companion to Agenda Item to 12743) (Tom Chmelik, Public Utilities Engineering and Project Management)

11.G.     All Districts

Recommendation to award Contract 19-7633 “South County Regional Water Treatment Reactor Tank No. 4 - CEI Services,” Project 70135, to Stantec Consulting Services, Inc., in the amount of $318,640, for Construction Engineering Inspection Services. (This is a companion to Agenda Item 12742) (Tom Chmelik, Public Utilities Engineering & Project Management).

11.H.     All Districts

Recommendation to award Invitation to Bid (“ITB”) No. 20-7747-ST, Immokalee Health Building HVAC and Roof Replacement Project, to DEC Contracting Group Inc., in the amount of $1,266,093 and authorize the Chairman to sign the attached agreement. (John McCormick, P.E., Principal Facilities Engineer, Facilities Management Division)

11.I.       District 2

Recommendation to award Invitation to Bid ("ITB") No. 20-7741, "Carica Pump and Pipe Improvements," (Project Number 71067), to Florida Design Drilling Corporation, in the amount of $1,354,000, and authorize the Chairman to sign the attached agreement. (Tom Chmelik, Public Utilities Engineering and Project Management)

11.J.       District 5

Recommendation to approve and authorize the Chairman to execute a Seventh Amendment in the amount of $1,637,264 to Agreement No. 04-3673 with Carollo Engineers, Inc., pertaining to the design of the Northeast Water Reclamation Facility and Water Treatment Plant, and to authorize the necessary budget amendments. (Craig Pajer, Public Utilities Principal Project Manager)

11.K.      District 2

Recommendation to award Invitation to Bid (“ITB”) No. 20-7752, “Hickory Road Water Main Improvements” (Project Number 70129), to Haskins, Inc., in the amount of $1,377,246.50, and authorize the Chairman to sign the attached agreement. (Tom Chmelik, Public Utilities Engineering and Project Management)

11.L.      All Districts

***This item to be heard no sooner than 1:00 p.m.*** Recommendation to accept the COVID-19 Status Report and provide further direction as appropriate. (Steve Carnell, Department Head, Public Services Department) 

 

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.6. Recommendation to approve final acceptance of the potable water and sewer utility facilities for Trevi Phase 2, PL20180001898, 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 $16,792.01 to the Project Engineer or the Developer’s designated agent.

16.A.7. Recommendation to approve final acceptance of the potable water and sewer facilities, and accept the conveyance of the potable water and sewer facilities for Naples Reserve Boat Ramp and Tot Lot. [PL20200000743]

16.A.9. Recommendation to approve final acceptance of the sewer utility facilities for Price Street Plaza Phase 3, PL20190000906, and to authorize the County Manager, or his designee, to release the Final Obligation Bond in the total amount of $4,000 to the Project Engineer or the Developer’s designated agent.

16.A.12. 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 for recording the final plat of Fiddler’s Creek Plaza, PL20160003105, approval of the standard form Construction and Maintenance Agreement and approval of the amount of the performance security.

16.A.23. Recommendation to approve a Local Sponsor Agreement (the “Agreement”) between the State of Florida, Department of Environmental Protection (“State DEP”), by and through the Rookery Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve (“RBNERR”) and Collier County, a political subdivision of the State of Florida, for the monitoring of existing mangrove population related to environmental permitting conditions required for the construction of Project No. 60200, Goodland Drive.

District 2

16.A.2. Recommendation to approve final acceptance of the potable water and sewer facilities for Kohl’s, PL20110001976, accept the conveyance of a portion of the potable water facilities, 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 $13,547.69 to the Project Engineer or the Developer’s designated agent.

16.A.5. Recommendation to approve final acceptance of the potable water and sewer facilities for Gateway Shoppes Expansion, PL20180003733, accept the conveyance of a portion of the sewer facilities, 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 $38,378.38 to the Project Engineer or the Developer’s designated agent.

16.A.14. 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 a variance from the Coastal Construction Setback Line (CCSL) to allow for construction of an expansion of the existing wood deck attached to the landward edge of the existing north boardwalk, approximately 63 feet seaward of the CCSL, and removal of the derelict seaward section of the north boardwalk, approximately 93.8 feet seaward of the CCSL. The subject property is located at the Clam Pass County Park Facility, Pelican Bay Planned Unit Development, in Section 8, Township 49 South, Range 25 East, Collier County, Florida. [PL20190002627]

16.A.20. Recommendation to approve the release of a code enforcement lien with a value of $36,719.47 for payment of $5,119.47 in the code enforcement actions entitled Board of County Commissioners v. Milan Jovanovic, relating to property located at 839 104th Ave N, Collier County, Florida, and to authorize the Chair to execute a Satisfaction of Lien.

16.A.25. Recommendation to award Request for Professional Services ("RPS") No. 19-7570 "Collier County Timing & Coordination Project" (Project No. 33589), to Faller, Davis and Associates, Inc., in the amount of $439,257.74 for professional services required to complete the retiming of 37 signalized intersections and authorize the Chairman to sign the attached agreement.

16.A.27. Recommendation to award Invitation to Bid (“ITB”) No. 20-7730, “Vanderbilt Drive Canals Maintenance Dredging” (Project No. 50154), to Greg Orick II Marine Construction, Inc., in the amount of $324,816.45, and authorize the Chairman to execute the attached Agreement.

16.A.29. Recommendation to approve Amendment No. 01 to Agreement No. 4600003935 with the South Florida Water Management District to extend the agreement to September 21, 2021, for the Cocohatchee and Palm River Dredging Project (33606).

16.A.32. Recommendation to approve the final ranking of design-build firms and to commence negotiations with Quality Enterprises USA, Inc./Q. GradyMinor & Associates, P.A., for Request for Professional Services (“RPS”) No. 20-7708, Design-Build Veterans Memorial Boulevard Extension, Phase I (Livingston Road to New High School on Veterans Memorial Boulevard).

District 3

16.A.10. Recommendation to approve final acceptance of the sewer utility facilities and accept the conveyance of a portion of the sewer utility facilities for the Naples Heritage Tennis Center. [PL20200000834]

16.A.11. 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 for recording the final plat of Edge 75 by Watermark, PL20190000548, approval of the standard form Construction and Maintenance Agreement and approval of the amount of the performance security.

16.A.25. Recommendation to award Request for Professional Services ("RPS") No. 19-7570 "Collier County Timing & Coordination Project" (Project No. 33589), to Faller, Davis and Associates, Inc., in the amount of $439,257.74 for professional services required to complete the retiming of 37 signalized intersections and authorize the Chairman to sign the attached agreement.

16.A.28. Recommendation to authorize the Clerk of Courts to release a Performance Bond in the amount of $497,800 which was posted as a guaranty for Excavation Permit Number 60.084.1, PL20130000686, for work associated with Esplanade Golf and Country Club of Naples SDP #1.

District 4

16.A.1. Recommendation to approve final acceptance and accept the conveyance of the potable water and sewer utility facilities for Isles of Collier Preserve Phase 10D, PL20180003662 and to authorize the County Manager, or his designee, to release the Final Obligation Bond in the total amount of $4,000 to the Project Engineer or the Developer’s designated agent.

16.A.4. Recommendation to approve final acceptance of the potable water and sewer facilities for Thrive @ Naples, PL20180000748, accept the conveyance of a portion of the potable water and sewer facilities, 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 $57,190.25 to the Project Engineer or the Developer’s designated agent.

16.A.21. Recommendation to approve the release of a code enforcement lien, with an accrued value of $182,427.92, for payment of $627.92 in the code enforcement action titled Board of County Commissioners v. Tarpon IV LLC., related to unimproved property, Folio No. 7621084000, Collier County, Florida.

16.A.25. Recommendation to award Request for Professional Services ("RPS") No. 19-7570 "Collier County Timing & Coordination Project" (Project No. 33589), to Faller, Davis and Associates, Inc., in the amount of $439,257.74 for professional services required to complete the retiming of 37 signalized intersections and authorize the Chairman to sign the attached agreement.

16.A.38. Recommendation to establish a policy and a standard template for an Easement Use Agreement associated to existing minor encroachments in the Collier County Drainage Easement for the Golden Gate Main Canal between Airport Road and the Golden Gate Main Canal Control Structure #1, maintained by the South Florida Water Management District, on behalf of the Board of County Commissioners.

District 5

16.A.3. Recommendation to approve final acceptance and accept the conveyance of the potable water and sewer utility facilities for Bent Creek Preserve Phase 2B, PL20180003037 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.8. Recommendation to approve final acceptance and accept the conveyance of the potable water and sewer utility facilities for LaMorada Phase 3, PL20180003705, and to authorize the County Manager, or his designee, to release the Final Obligation Bond in the total amount of $4,000 to the Project Engineer or the Developer’s designated agent.

16.A.13. Recommendation to approve the 2017 TIGER IX Discretionary Grant Agreement, sponsored by the United States Department of Transportation, for the Immokalee Complete Streets - Growing Connections to Create Mobility Opportunities Project, in the amount of $16,415,864 and authorize the necessary Budget Amendments.

16.A.17. Recommendation to approve the release of a code enforcement lien with an accrued value of $14,630.86, for payment of $580.86, in the code enforcement action titled, Board of County Commissioners v. Timothy Todd Lainhart, Lori Renee Lainhart, Anthony Ira Lainhart, and Deana Renee Lainhart, related to property located at 75 25th Avenue NW, Naples, Collier County, Florida.

16.A.18. Recommendation to approve the release of two code enforcement liens, with an accrued value of $627,054.79, for payment of $2,904.79 in the code enforcement action titled, Board of County Commissioners v. Ella III LLC., related to property located at 459 S. 8th St, Collier County, Florida.

16.A.19. Recommendation to approve the release of a code enforcement lien with a value of $138,000 for payment of $1,500 in the code enforcement actions entitled Board of County Commissioners v. CKK Properties LLC, relating to property located at 3440 22ND AVE SE, Collier County, Florida, and to authorize the Chair to execute the Satisfaction of Lien.

16.A.22. Recommendation to accept the Subrecipient Agreement IROO2 with the Florida Department of Economic Opportunity (FDEO) for funding in the amount of $591,374 from the Community Development Block Grant Disaster Recovery (CDBG-DR) for the construction of the Immokalee North 3rd Street Drainage Improvements and authorize all required Budget Amendments.

16.A.37. Recommendation to approve the selection committee’s ranking for Request for Professional Services (“RPS”) No. 20-7710, “Plantation Island Waterways Post-Hurricane Irma Restoration Pre-Design Study,” and authorize staff to begin contract negotiations with the top-ranked firm, Atkins North America, Inc.

16.A.39. Recommendation to authorize submittal of the Immokalee Water Quality Enhancement Project to the South Florida Water Management District (SFWMD) Big Cypress Basin Local Partnership Grants Program for FY 2021 in the amount of $3,000,000 and approve a Resolution supporting the County’s grant application.

All Districts

16.A.15. Recommendation to approve a standard form Indemnity and Hold Harmless Agreement as a requirement for Collier County Fire Department and Sheriff’s Office training exercises on County-owned improved properties where the buildings are destined for demolition and authorize the County Manager or designee to execute.

16.A.16. Recommendation to award Invitation to Bid (“ITB”) No. 20-7733 “Roadway Striping” to McShea Contracting, LLC., as the Primary Vendor, and Paramount Asphalt Sealcoating Corporation, as the Secondary Vendor, and authorize the Chairman to sign the attached Agreements.

16.A.24. Recommendation to approve a work order with APTIM Environmental & Infrastructure, Inc.; to provide professional engineering services to prepare the Florida Department of Environmental Protection Local Government Funding Request to offset future beach renourishment costs in Collier County. The work will be completed under Contract No.18-7432-CZ for time and material cost not to exceed $22,713.99. Additionally, authorize the Chairman to execute the work order, and make a finding that this item promotes tourism.

16.A.26. Recommendation to approve the proposal by CSA Ocean Sciences, Inc., to continue the required post-construction hardbottom monitoring for the Collier County Beach Nourishment Project in summer 2020 for Time and Material not to exceed $159,997.30 under the already approved and executed Contract No. 17-7188; authorize the Chairman to execute the work order for the proposed services and make a finding that this item promotes tourism.

16.A.30. Recommendation to recognize FY 2020/21 Transportation Disadvantaged Planning Grant funding in the amount of $27,016 to the Collier Metropolitan Planning Organization from the Commission for the Transportation Disadvantaged and to authorize the necessary budget amendment.

16.A.31. Recommendation to approve an agreement for the purchase of a fee simple property (Parcel 123FEE) required for the Immokalee Stormwater Improvement Program.

16.A.33. Recommendation to accept Contract No. ASH85, Financial Project 412574-1-78-02, State of Florida Department of Transportation (“FDOT”) State Highway Lighting, Maintenance and Compensation Agreement for maintenance of FDOT owned roadway lighting systems to be maintained by Collier County Traffic Operations and granting signature authority to the Chief Engineer of Traffic Operations to sign off on ministerial annual updates concerning the Exhibit List to the Agreement.

16.A.34. Recommendation to approve Amendment No. 2 to Contract No. ARX56, Financial Project 41266618801, State of Florida Department of Transportation (“FDOT”), State Highway Traffic Signal, Maintenance and Compensation Agreement, for maintenance of FDOT owned traffic signal systems to be maintained by Collier County Traffic Operations and granting authority to the Chief Engineer of Traffic Operations to sign off on annual ministerial updates concerning the Exhibit List to the Agreement.

16.A.35. Recommendation to terminate Agreement No. 18-7413 with Schneck Legal, as Legal Counsel for the Collier County Code Enforcement and Nuisance Abatement Boards, for convenience.

16.A.36. Recommendation to waive formal competition and approve Master Agreement No. 20-046-NS with Metro Forecasting Models, LLC, as a single source consultant for software and services related to Metro’s proprietary County Interactive Growth Model.

16.A.40. Recommendation to accept a Federal grant with the U.S. Department of the Interior through U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, and additional funding from Florida Department of Environmental Protection for a total amount of $294,353.41, for the removal of eligible debris from mangroves, shorelines and open waters as a result of Hurricane Irma and authorize any necessary budget amendments.

16.A.41. Recommendation to approve an Agreement between Andrew W.J. Dickman, A.I.C.P. and Collier County to provide Hearing Examiner services.

 

16.B. COMMUNITY REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY

District 1

None

District 2

None

District 3

None

District 4

16.B.1. Recommendation that the Board of County Commissioners, acting as the Community Redevelopment Agency Board (CRA), approve and authorize the Chairman to execute a Site Improvement Grant Agreement between the Community Redevelopment Agency and Radel Realty, LLC, in the amount of $6,133.05 for the property located at 2723 Gulfview Drive, Naples, Florida 34112 located within the Bayshore Gateway Triangle Community Redevelopment Area.

16.B.2. Recommendation that the Board of County Commissioners, acting as the Community Redevelopment Agency Board (CRA), approve and authorize the Chairman to execute a Commercial Building Improvement Grant Agreement between the Community Redevelopment Agency and Things I Like by Catherine, LLC, in the amount of $50,000 for the property located at 3954 Bayshore Drive, Naples, Florida 34112 located within the Bayshore Gateway Triangle Community Redevelopment Area.

16.B.3. Recommendation that the Board of County Commissioners, acting as the Community Redevelopment Agency Board (CRA), approve the Mutual Termination Agreement between Crown Castle South LLC (Crown) to formally terminate the Cell Tower lease as outlined in the Agreement Regarding Cell Tower for CRA property within the Bayshore Gateway Triangle Community Redevelopment Area.

District 5

None

All Districts

None

 

16.C. PUBLIC UTILITIES DEPARTMENT

District 1

16.C.1. Recommendation to approve: (1) Amendment No. 1 to the Major User Agreement for Delivery and Reuse of Irrigation Quality (“IQ”) Water enhancing the County's ability to add new customers when the IQ system’s capacity can sustain it; and (2) a Resolution authorizing the Chairman to sign the amendment as the executed versions are returned by Major User customers.

16.C.4. Recommendation to approve a work order to Quality Enterprises USA, Inc., in the amount of $278,511.53, under Bid No. 2005-009-01-01- Request for Quote (“RFQ”) No. 14-6213, “Master Pump Station 300.06 Rehabilitation,” and authorize the necessary budget amendment.

District 2

16.C.1. Recommendation to approve: (1) Amendment No. 1 to the Major User Agreement for Delivery and Reuse of Irrigation Quality (“IQ”) Water enhancing the County's ability to add new customers when the IQ system’s capacity can sustain it; and (2) a Resolution authorizing the Chairman to sign the amendment as the executed versions are returned by Major User customers. 

District 3

16.C.1. Recommendation to approve: (1) Amendment No. 1 to the Major User Agreement for Delivery and Reuse of Irrigation Quality (“IQ”) Water enhancing the County's ability to add new customers when the IQ system’s capacity can sustain it; and (2) a Resolution authorizing the Chairman to sign the amendment as the executed versions are returned by Major User customers.

16.C.8. Recommendation to approve a work order to Kyle Construction Inc., for the amount of $328,300.00 under Request for Quotation 14-6213 for Underground Utility Contracting Services for "Goodland and Bellaire Water Main Replacement" (Project Number 70174), and approve the necessary budget amendment.

District 4

16.C.1. Recommendation to approve: (1) Amendment No. 1 to the Major User Agreement for Delivery and Reuse of Irrigation Quality (“IQ”) Water enhancing the County's ability to add new customers when the IQ system’s capacity can sustain it; and (2) a Resolution authorizing the Chairman to sign the amendment as the executed versions are returned by Major User customers.

District 5

16.C.2. Recommendation to adopt a Resolution and to approve a Collier County Standard Form Long-Term Lease Not-For-Profit Entity with SNIP Collier Inc., for use of the former DAS shelter in Immokalee.

16.C.5. Recommendation to approve a zero-dollar Change Order No. 1 to Agreement No. 19-7615, Big Corkscrew Island Regional Park, adding 123 days to the South Contract portion of the Park Project.

16.C.7. Recommendation to approve an Agreement for Sale and Purchase (“Agreement”) for the Solid and Hazardous Waste Management Division to acquire 5 acres of land that is improved with a single-family home (“Property”) as part of an assemblage of properties that are immediately adjacent to the County landfill and contiguous to other lands acquired by the County. (Project 59012)

16.C.9. Recommendation to approve a Developer Phase Agreement and Master Developer Agreement with Ave Maria Utility Company, LLLP to provide water and wastewater service to the Multi-Purpose Public Safety Facility on County-owned property located within the Town of Ave Maria in furtherance of the Board approved Lease Agreement with the Immokalee Fire District.

16.C.10. Recommendation to approve a Sixth Amendment to Real Estate Sales Agreement with Richard D. Yovanovich, Successor Trustee (and not individually) to increase the size of the Randall Curve Property by 5.16-acres for an additional $78,000 to provide private treatment and attenuation for a segment of Immokalee Road.

All Districts

16.C.3. Recommendation to approve a Resolution and Satisfactions of Lien for the 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995, and 1996 Solid Waste Collection and Disposal Services Special Assessments where the county has received payment in full satisfaction of the liens.

16.C.6. Recommendation to authorize the necessary budget amendments to reallocate Public Utilities Department project funds.

16.C.11. Recommendation to award an Agreement for Request for Proposal (“RFP”) No. 20-7743, “Emergency Catering Services,” to AshBritt, Inc., as a primary vendor, Mattison’s 41, LLC dba Mattison’s Catering, as a secondary vendor, and Tastebuds Custom Catering, Inc., as a tertiary vendor for County-wide emergency catering services.

16.C.12. Recommendation to authorize a Budget Amendment for the Facilities Management Division in the amount of $200,000 to redistribute existing Division funds to redistribute existing Division funds to focus on HVAC projects.

16.C.13. Recommendation to award Invitation for Qualifications No. 20-7700-ST, “Construction Manager at Risk (“CMAR”) for Government Operations Business Park to Manhattan Construction, Inc., for pre-construction phase services for the Collier County Government Operations Business Park in the amount of $206,920 and to authorize the Chairman to execute the Agreement. 

 

16.D. PUBLIC SERVICES DEPARTMENT

District 1

None

District 2

None

District 3

None

District 4

None

District 5

16.D.7. Recommendation to approve and authorize the Chairman to sign a subrecipient agreement between Collier County and the Collier County Housing Authority and a Letter of Commitment providing for $500,000 of FY19-20 HOME Investment Partnership Funding for HVAC installation at Farmworker Village.

All Districts

16.D.1. Recommendation to approve the submittal of the FY20 Program of Projects grant application for the Federal Transit Administration 49 U.S.C 5307 and 5339 FY20 grant funds supporting the transit system capital and operational costs in the amount of $3,323,246 through the Transit Award Management System and accept the award and authorize any necessary Budget Amendments.

16.D.2. Recommendation to approve “After-the-Fact” contract Amendments, Attestation Statements, and Budget Amendments between the Area Agency on Aging for Southwest Florida, Inc., and Collier County Services for Seniors to extend the Community Care for the Elderly, Alzheimer’s Disease Initiative and Home Care for the Elderly Programs grant period for sixty (60) days or until a new 2020 contract is executed.

16.D.3. Recommendation to approve the submittal of an FY19/20 grant application for Federal Highway Administration Flexible Funding in the amount of $500,000 for the purchase of a 30 ft. fixed route bus through Federal Transit Administration Transit Award Management System.

16.D.4. Recommendation to accept the FY20 Bureau of Justice Assistance COVID-19 Emergency Supplemental Funding Program Grant Award in the amount of $223,627 for the purchase of Personal Protective Equipment for Collier County Sheriff's Deputies and authorize the County Manager to sign all necessary documents and authorize the necessary Budget Amendment.

16.D.5. Recommendation to accept $126,099 in Neighborhood Stabilization Program recaptured funds, authorize the Chairman to sign Amendment # 8 between Collier County and Habitat for Humanity, and authorize the necessary Budget Amendment.

16.D.6. Recommendation to approve an “After-the-Fact” submittal of five (5) applications to the State Department of Economic Opportunity for competitive Community Development Block Grant - Mitigation funding in the amount of $6,620,174.

16.D.8. Recommendation to accept and ratify fee waivers granted by the Director of Domestic Animal Services for the period of October 1, 2019 through March 31, 2020 in accordance with the process established by Resolution No. 2018-106 in the amount of $1,758.

16.D.9. Recommendation to approve and authorize the Chairman to sign a Developer Agreement with Housing Development Corporation of SW Florida, Inc., d/b/a/ HELP in the amount of $160,000 for the acquisition of two (2) permanently affordable housing units.

16.D.10. Recommendation to approve and authorize the chairman to sign one (1) Satisfaction of Mortgage for the Community Development Block Grant loan program in the amount of $20,000 for an owner-occupied dwelling unit that has satisfied the terms of the affordability period.

16.D.11. Recommendation to approve and authorize the chairman to sign two (2) Releases of Lien for the Disaster Recovery Initiative loan program in the amount of $281,821.75 for owner-occupied dwelling units that have satisfied the 10-year affordability period.

16.D.12. Recommendation to approve and authorize the chairman to sign six (6) mortgage satisfactions for the State Housing Initiatives Partnership loan program in the amount of $84,500 and the associated Budget Amendment.

16.D.13. Recommendation to adopt a Resolution approving the transportation plan for acute care services for adults and children in Collier County for the state fiscal year 2020-2023.

16.D.14. Recommendation to approve a budget amendment and accept a $10,000 grant award from the Partners for Fish and Wildlife Program and authorize the Chairman to sign the Landowner Agreement to support the fish and wildlife habitat restoration at McIlvane Marsh Preserve.

16.D.15. Recommendation to authorize purchases from Bibliotheca, LLC and OverDrive, Inc., as exemptions from the competitive process for the acquisition of electronic resource materials (eBooks) for library patron use, in a not to exceed the amount of $400,000 per fiscal year, as budgeted, through FY 2023.

16.D.16. Recommendation to approve the Third Amendment to Agreement No. 19-002-WV with Benavate, Inc., ("Benavate"), for Grant Management Software, approve the expenditure in the amount of $14,300, and authorize the Chairman to sign the attached amendment.

16.D.17. Recommendation to approve an “After-the-Fact” agreement and attestation statement with the Area Agency on Aging for Southwest Florida, Inc., Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act funding under the Older American Act grant program for the Collier County Services for Seniors Program and authorize the necessary Budget Amendments.

16.D.18. Recommendation to approve the reallocation of estimated FY2020/2021 State Housing Initiatives Partnership (SHIP) funds to the Coronavirus/Relief Fund for the SHIP program, authorize the County Manager to sign the funding agreement upon arrival, and authorize the necessary administrative budget reallocation amendment.

16.D.19. Recommendation to approve the Chairman to sign six (6) Countywide Impact Fee Releases of Lien for full payment of $95,918.13 (including $14,711.57 interest) and one (1) State Housing Initiatives Partnership Impact Fee Deferral lien release ($12,389.98), pursuant to Agreement for Deferral of 100% of Collier County Impact Fees Program for Owner-occupied Affordable Housing Dwellings.

16.D.20. Recommendation to approve the Chairman to sign a Resolution and submit a letter of commitment in support of the Leadership Council on Aging (LCA) seeking membership to the Association of American Retired Persons (AARP) Network of Age Friendly Communities.

16.D.21. Recommendation to authorize expenditures for the single-source purchase of BECS Technology chemical and pool filtration systems (BECS), parts and materials, and approve and authorize the Chairman to sign the attached Agreement No. 20-041-NS with Commercial Energy Specialists, Inc.

16.D.22. Recommendation to approve a First Amendment to Agreement No. 19-7500 with G.A. Food Services of Pinellas County, Inc., d/b/a G.A. Food Service, Inc., for the Senior Food Program.

 

16.E. ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES DEPARTMENT

District 1

None

District 2

None

District 3

None

District 4

None

District 5

16.E.5. Recommendation to approve “after-the-fact” submittal of a Fire Management Assistance Subgrant to the Florida Division of Emergency Management for reimbursement of expenses incurred during the Florida 36th Avenue SE Fire in the estimated amount up to $300,000.

All Districts

16.E.1. Recommendation for EMS to accept direct payments from the program named Statewide Medicaid Managed Care (SMMC), a supplemental Medicare payment program, in the amount up to $620,090.36 and to authorize Chairman to sign seven (7) Public Emergency Medical Transportation Uniform Increase Agreements with Florida Community Care, LLC, Humana Medical Plan, Inc., Molina Healthcare of Florida, Staywell, Sunshine State Health Plan, Inc., Vivida Health and Clear Health Alliance, and to approve the necessary budget amendments.

16.E.2. Recommendation to approve and authorize the Chairman to execute a Federally Funded Subgrant Agreement G0161 to accept the Emergency Management Performance Grant COVID-19 Supplemental in the amount of $22,103.80 from the Florida Division of Emergency Management and to authorize the necessary budget amendment.

16.E.3. Recommendation to approve an Assumption Agreement with Rechtien International Trucks, Inc., assigning all rights, duties and benefits, and obligations under Invitation to Bid (ITB) No. 19-7651, “International Trucks Parts.”

16.E.4. Recommendation to adopt a resolution authorizing the removal of 7,484 ambulance service accounts and their respective uncollectible accounts receivable balances which total $5,756,419.57, from the accounts receivable of Collier County Fund 490 (Emergency Medical Services) finding diligent efforts to collect have been exhausted and proved unsuccessful.

16.E.6. Recommendation to approve modifications to the 2020 Fiscal Year Pay & Classification Plan which consist of the removal of five obsolete classifications and three reclassifications made from April 1, 2020 through June 30, 2020.

16.E.7. Recommendation to approve the first Addendum to Amendment No. 15 to the Agreement with Collier County District School Board for the Driver Education Program.

16.E.8. Recommendation to authorize the Chairman to sign a Memorandum of Agreement with the Florida Division of Emergency Management and any subsequent MOA’s offered during calendar year 2020 that are of identical form to accept and house a towable generator for shared use.

16.E.9. Recommendation to award Request for Professional Services (“RPS”) No. 18-7432-EV, “Professional Services Library – Environmental Engineering Category,” to Jacobs Engineering Group Inc., Stantec Consulting Services Inc., Atkins North America, Inc., Johnson Engineering, Inc., Cardno, Inc., Earth Tech Environmental LLC, GFA International, Inc. and American Management Resources Corporation, and authorize the Chairman to sign the attached agreements.

16.E.10. Recommendation to waive competition and approve Wesco Turf, Inc., as the sole source vendor for Toro commercial turf and golf course irrigation products, parts, and services.

16.E.11. Recommendation to award Invitation for Qualification (“IFQ”) No. 20-7712, "Construction Management Services,” to Owen-Ames-Kimball Company, Jacobs Engineering Group Inc., Gates Group LLC d/b/a Gates Construction, AIM Construction Contracting LLC, Capital Consulting Solutions, DeAngelis Diamond Construction, and Wright Construction Group, Inc., and authorize the Chairman to sign the attached agreements.

16.E.12. Recommendation to approve the administrative reports prepared by the Procurement Services Division for change orders and other contractual modifications requiring Board approval.

16.E.13. Recommendation to approve the administrative report prepared by the Procurement Services Division for disposal of property and notification of revenue disbursement.

 

16.F. COUNTY MANAGER OPERATIONS

District 1

None

District 2

16.F.8. Recommendation to adopt a Resolution fixing September 3, 2020, 5:05 p.m., in the Third Floor Board Room, 3299 East Tamiami Trail, Naples, Florida, as the date, time and place for the Public Hearing for approving the Special Assessment (Non-Ad Valorem Assessment) to be levied against the properties within the Pelican Bay Municipal Service Taxing and Benefit Unit.

District 3

None

District 4

None

District 5

None

All Districts

16.F.1. Recommendation to recognize Nicholas Quist, Public Utilities Wastewater Maintenance Specialist, as the June 2020 Employee of the Month. The award has been presented to the recipient by staff members.

16.F.2. Recommendation to approve the attached First Amendment to Agreement No. 16-6571 with Tindale Oliver & Associates Inc., pertaining to the provision of professional Impact Fee Study services, which provides for an additional one-year renewal term, or until a new contract can be solicited and awarded by the Board, whichever is sooner, and a $200,000 increase to the maximum amount that can be expended under the agreement through the renewal term.

16.F.3. Recommendation to adopt a resolution approving amendments (appropriating grants, donations, contributions or insurance proceeds) to the Fiscal Year 2019-20 Adopted Budget.

16.F.4. Recommendation to authorize budget amendments totaling $286,500 that will provide funding for various agencies within the Courts System to cover Article V revenue shortfall for the balance of FY 2020.

16.F.5. Recommendation to award Request for Proposal (RFP) No. 20-7706 for Tourism Public Relations Services to Lou Hammond & Associates, Inc. (FL), authorize the Chairman to execute the County Attorney approved contract and make a finding that this expenditure promotes tourism.

16.F.6. Recommendation to approve Tourist Development Tax Promotion Funds to support the upcoming September and October 2020 Sports Tourism Events up to $29,450 and make a finding that these expenditures promote tourism.

16.F.7. Recommendation to approve the agreement with Cision USA, Inc., to provide Media Monitoring Services to the Tourism Division for FY20-FY 23 in the total amount of $41,925 and make a finding that this action promotes tourism.

16.F.9. Recommendation to approve the combined FBU National Championship (FBUNC) and Top Gun Showcase agreements and to extend the term for each event to 2025 and make a finding that this action promotes tourism.

16.F.10. Recommendation to approve renegotiated IRS Plan 457 deferred compensation agreements with Nationwide and ICMA-RC providing for lower investment and administrative fees; open architecture investment platform; and generally, more favorable best practices financial and administrative terms benefiting the individual Collier County Manager's Agency retirement plan investor. 

 

16.G. AIRPORT AUTHORITY

District 1

16.G.1. Recommendation to approve the Collier County Airport Authority Standard Form Lease Agreement with Career Aviation Flight Training and Aircraft Rental, Holding, LLC, for office space in the new Marco Island Executive Airport terminal building.

16.G.2. Recommendation to approve the Collier County Airport Authority Standard Form Lease Agreement with Paradise South Ventures, LLC, for office space in the new Marco Island Executive Airport terminal building.

16.G.3. Recommendation to approve the Collier County Airport Authority Standard Form Lease Agreement with Brightest Antares, LLC, for office space in the new Marco Island Executive Airport terminal building.

16.G.5. Recommendation to approve the Sixth Amendment to Agreement No. 16-6561, “Design Services for Marco Executive Airport Terminal,” with Atkins North America, Inc., to extend the schedule an additional one hundred eighty (180) days to coincide with construction and increase the fee associated with the extended schedule by $154,894 for engineering services during construction.

District 2

None

District 3

None

District 4

None

District 5

16.G.4. Recommendation to approve the rankings of firms for Request for Proposal (RFP) No. 20-7726 “CEI Services for Immokalee Regional Airport Runway 18-36, Taxiway C” and to direct staff to negotiate a contract with the top-ranked firm, Atkins North America.

All Districts

16.G.6. Recommendation to authorize budget amendments to recognize revenue and transfer reserves for Marco Island Executive Airport, in the amount of $210,000 to accommodate increased fuel purchases and associated operating expenses over budgeted levels.

 

16.H. BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS

District 1

None

District 2

None

District 3

None

District 4

None

District 5

None

All Districts

None

 

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. Recommendation to approve adjusting the Fiscal Year 2021 Proposed Budget to return $5 million to the Collier County Tax Collector’s Office for the funding of the Phase 1 of the Heritage Bay Government Center.

16.J.2. Recommendation to recognize CARES Act grant funds that are being made available to “prevent, prepare for, and respond to Coronavirus, domestically or internationally for the 2020 Federal election cycle” in the amount of $369,489 and to authorize any necessary budget amendments.

16.J.3. Recommendation to approve a budget amendment recognizing a Florida Department of State, Division of Elections, Cybersecurity Grant Award in the amount of $2,249.69.

16.J.4. 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 June 11, 2020 and July 1, 2020 pursuant to Florida Statute 136.06.

16.J.5. Request that the Board approve and determine valid public purpose for invoices payable and purchasing card transactions as of July 8, 2020.

 

16.K.   COUNTY ATTORNEY

District 1

None

District 2

None

District 3

None

District 4

16.K.1. Recommendation to appoint a member to the Bayshore Beautification MSTU Advisory Committee.

16.K.2. Recommendation to appoint a member to the Haldeman Creek Dredging Maintenance Advisory Committee. 

District 5

None

All Districts

16.K.3. Recommendation to appoint a member to the Water and Wastewater Authority.

16.K.4. Recommendation to reappoint three members to the Animal Services Advisory Board.

16.K.5. Recommendation to review and approve the County Attorney’s recommendation to waive any potential ethics conflict for a member of the Collier County Planning Commission based on Ch. 112, Florida Statutes.

 

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.C. 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 a Resolution approving a site plan with deviations pursuant to LDC Section 10.02.03.F and seven total deviations, including one deviation from Section 4.06.02.C.4 to reduce the north buffer width; three deviations from Section 5.05.05.E.1 to reduce the landscape buffer width on the eastern property line, allow no undulated berm on the east property line and reduce the tree clustering and spacing to allow the existing trees to remain; one deviation from LDC Section 4.06.02.D.4 to allow the storage structure to remain within the south landscape buffer; and two deviations from Section 5.05.05.B.1 to reduce the setback on the north property line to 25.55 feet and to reduce the setback on the south property line to 16.8 feet; for redevelopment of the convenience gas station project consisting of 1.72± acres located on the west side of Santa Barbara Boulevard, approximately 420 feet north of Radio Road in Section 32, Township 49 South, Range 26 East, Collier County, Florida. [PL201800017850]

17.D. Recommendation to consider adoption of an Ordinance establishing the Tamarindo Community Development District (CDD) pursuant to Section 190.005(2), Florida Statutes.

District 2

17.F. 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 a Resolution of the Board of Zoning Appeals of Collier County, Florida, relating to Petition Number NUA-PL20190002862, providing for the approval of a nonconforming use alteration pursuant to LDC Section 9.03.03.B. to reduce the eastern side setback from 7.5 feet to 5.3 feet for the existing structure and proposed enclosure of the screened-in lanai. The subject property is described as Lot 18, Block 53, Naples Park Unit 4, also described as 851 92nd Avenue North, in Section 33, Township 48 South, Range 25 East, Collier County, Florida.

17.G. 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 a Resolution of the Board of Zoning Appeals relating to VA-PL20190002360 for a variance from Land Development Code Section 5.03.06 to reduce the minimum side yard riparian setbacks to zero, for the benefit of Lot 8, Block G, Little Hickory Shores, Unit 3 Replat subdivision, also known as 267 3rd Street in Section 5, Township 48 South, Range 25 East, Collier County, Florida.

District 3

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 14-06, the 7-Foodmart Commercial Planned Unit Development (CPUD), and by amending Ordinance Number 2004-41, the Collier County Land Development Code by amending the appropriate zoning atlas map or maps by changing the zoning classification of 1.09 acres of land presently zoned Residential Multi-Family-12 District (RMF-12) within the Santa Barbara Commercial Overlay District to incorporate the parcels into the 7-Foodmart CPUD for a total PUD size of 2.12± acres; and to increase the commercial square footage from 10,000 square feet to 15,000. The subject property is located on the east side of Santa Barbara Boulevard, north of Golden Gate Parkway in Section 21, Township 49 South, Range 26 East, Collier County, Florida; and by providing an effective date. [PL20190000683]

17.B. Recommendation to approve the single petition for Temple Shalom within the 2019 Cycle 2 of Growth Management Plan Amendments for transmittal to the Florida Department of Economic Opportunity for review and Comments response for an amendment specific to the Estates- Mixed Use District of the Golden Gate Area Master Plan. (Transmittal Hearing) [PL20180003708/CP-2019-02]

17.E. Recommendation to approve an Ordinance amending Ordinance Number 04-41, as amended, the Collier County Land Development Code, which includes the comprehensive land regulations for the unincorporated area of Collier County, Florida, to increase the seating limitations to a maximum of 200 seats and extend the hours of operation for restaurants within the Golf Course and Recreational Use District (GC), when located within the Golden Gate City Economic Development Zone by providing for: Section One, Recitals; Section Two, Findings of Fact; Section Three, Adoption of Amendments to the Land Development Code, more specifically amending the following: Chapter Two - Zoning Districts and Uses, including Section 2.03.09 Open Space Zoning Districts; Section Four, Conflict and Severability; Section Five, Inclusion in the Collier County Land Development Code; and Section Six, Effective Date. [PL20190002545]

17.H. 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 Petition VAC-PL20200000704, to disclaim, renounce and vacate the County and the public interest in 6-foot drainage and public utility easement located on each side of the common lot line between Lots 25 & 26 and 26 & 27, Block 73 of Golden Gate, Unit 2, Part 1 as recorded in Plat Book 9, Page 116 of the public records of Collier County, Florida, located on the west side of C.R. 951 (Collier Boulevard), approximately 500-feet south of Green Boulevard, in Section 22, Township 49 South, Range 26 East, Collier County, Florida. 

District 4

None

District 5

None 

All Districts

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