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AGENDA
Board of County Commissioners
Regular Meeting – September 20, 2018 – 5:30 p.m.
Ernie Lee Magaha Government Building – First Floor
 
             
1.   Call to Order.

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The Board of County Commissioners allows any person to speak regarding an item on the Agenda. The speaker is limited to three (3) minutes, unless otherwise determined by the Chairman, to allow sufficient time for all speakers. Speakers shall refrain from abusive or profane remarks, disruptive outbursts, protests, or other conduct which interferes with the orderly conduct of the meeting. Upon completion of the Public comment period, discussion is limited to Board members and questions raised by the Board.
 
2.   Invocation – Commissioner Barry.
 
3.   Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag.
 
4.   Are there any items to be added to the agenda?

Recommendation: That the Board adopt the agenda as prepared (or duly amended).
 
5.   Commissioners’ Forum.
 
6. 14855   Proclamations.

Recommendation: That the Board take the following action:

A. Adopt the Proclamation proclaiming September 2018, as Suicide Prevention and Awareness Month in Escambia County, Florida, and urging all citizens to work to prevent suicide and to raise awareness and tolerance around all people affected by this tragedy. Together, we can make a difference; and

B. Adopt the Proclamation welcoming Most Worshipful John E. Karroum to Pensacola on the occasion of his visit to the Hadji Shrine Temple.
 
7. 14836   Retirement Proclamation.

Recommendation: That the Board adopt the Proclamation commending and congratulating Russ Davis, Equipment Operator IV, in the Waste Services Department, on his 36 years of dedicated service to Escambia County.
 
8.   Written Communication.
 
14818   August 3, 2018 Communication from Amanda Barnes requesting relief for the Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Program Mortgage for property located at 33 Camelia Drive.
 
9.   Did the Clerk’s Office receive the proofs of publication for the Public Hearing(s) on the agenda and the Board’s Weekly Meeting Schedule?

Recommendation: That the Board waive the reading of the legal advertisement(s) and accept, for filing with the Board’s Minutes, the certified affidavit(s) establishing proof of publication for the Public Hearing(s) on the agenda, and the Board of County Commissioners – Escambia County, Florida, Meeting Schedule.
 
10. 14792   5:31 p.m. Public Hearing for consideration of amending the Atwood Redevelopment Area Plan as to boundaries only.

Recommendation: That the Board approve amending the Atwood Redevelopment Area Plan as to boundaries only, as requested by the Community Redevelopment Agency.
 
11. 14793   5:32 p.m. Public Hearing for consideration of amending an Ordinance relating to the Atwood Redevelopment Trust Fund.

Recommendation: That the Board take the following action concerning amending an Ordinance relating to the Atwood Redevelopment Trust Fund:

A. Adopt an Ordinance of Escambia County, Florida, amending Chapter 46, Article VI, Section 46-292(b) of the Escambia Code of Ordinances relating to the Atwood Redevelopment Trust Fund; providing for amended legislative findings to expand the boundaries of the area consistent with Resolution R2018-44; providing for severability; providing for inclusion in the code; and providing for an effective date; and

B. Authorize the Chairman to execute the Ordinance.
 
12. 14890   Committee of the Whole Recommendation.

Recommendation: That the Board take the following action, as recommended by the Committee of the Whole (C/W) at the September 13, 2018, C/W Workshop:

A. Immediately begin negotiations with Navy Federal Credit Union (NFCU) to sell the northeastern most 100 acres of the OLF8 property to NFCU at market price, subject to NFCU's commitment of a mutually agreed upon number of jobs to be added to the NFCU campus (C/W Item #3); and

B. Move forward with the recommended plan of seven access points at the jail site and prepare the issue agreement based on the number permitted by the Florida Department of Transportation (C/W Item #5).
 
13.   Reports:
 
 
 
 
CLERK & COMPTROLLER'S REPORT
 
Backup Not Included With The Clerk's Report Is Available For Review In
The Office Of The Clerk To The Board
Ernie Lee Magaha Government Building, Suite 110
 
  I.  Consent Agenda
 
1. 14822   Recommendation Concerning Write-Off of Return Checks and Accounts Receivables

That the Board adopt, and authorize the Chairman to sign, the Resolution authorizing the write-off of $865.47 of returned checks and accounts receivables in various funds of the County that have been determined to be uncollectible bad debts.
 
2. 14885   Recommendation Concerning a Document Provided for Filing with the Board's Minutes

That the Board accept, for filing with the Board's Minutes, the Oath of Office for Escambia County Health Facilities Authority Board Member Eugene Franklin, who was reappointed to a new four-year term by the Board of County Commissioners on August 16, 2018.
 
3. 14841   Recommendation Concerning Minutes and Reports Prepared by the Clerk to the Board's Office

That the Board take the following action concerning Minutes and Reports prepared by the Clerk to the Board's Office:

A. Approve the Minutes of the Emergency Board Meeting held September 4, 2018;

B. Accept, for filing with the Board's Minutes, the Report of the Agenda Work Session held September 6, 2018;

C. Approve the Minutes of the Regular Board Meeting held September 6, 2018; and

D. Approve the Minutes of the First Budget Public Hearing regarding the Fiscal Year 2018/2019 County-wide Budget held September 10, 2018.
 
 
GROWTH MANAGEMENT REPORT
 
  I.  Action Item
 
1. 14784   Recommendation Concerning Final Plat Bentley Oaks Unit 9 Permit #18082552
That the Board take the following action concerning recording of the Final Plat of Bentley Oaks Unit 9, (a 37-lot single family residential subdivision), located in the Cantonment Community and lying west of County Road 297A and lies between West Kingsfield Road and Muscogee Road. Owned and developed by Beaird Development, LLC. Prior to recording, the County Surveyor, and the Clerk of the Circuit Court must sign the Final Plat, as set forth in Section 2-5.7, of the Escambia County Land Development Code. Also, prior to recording the County Surveyor must sign the Final Plat as set forth in Chapter 177.081 (1) Florida Statutes;

A. Approve the final plat for recording;

B. Approve the street names “Banyan Place" and "Broadleaf Circle";

C. Accept all public easements, drainage improvements within public easements, as depicted upon the final plat for permanent County maintenance; the cost of maintenance for drainage improvements are to be funded through the establishment of a stormwater management Municipal Services Benefit Unit (MSBU); and

D. Authorize the Chairman or Vice-Chairman to execute a Two-Year Warranty Agreement without Surety, for Streets and Drainage Improvements.
 
 
COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR'S REPORT
 
  I.   Technical/Public Service Consent Agenda
 
1. 14768   Recommendation Concerning Scheduling a Public Hearing Regarding the Fiscal Year 2018 Edward Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance Grant Program Local Solicitation - Derek Whidden, Risk Manager, Escambia County Sheriff's Office

That the Board authorize the scheduling of a Public Hearing on October 4th, 2018, at 5:31 p.m., for the purpose of receiving public comments concerning the Edward Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance Grant (JAG) Program, Fiscal Year 2018 Local Solicitation Project funding.
 
2. 14772   Recommendation Concerning the Request for Disposition of Property for the Florida Department of Health in Escambia County - John J. Lanza, MD, PhD, MPH, FAAP, FHPS, Director and Health Officer, Florida Department of Health, Escambia

That the Board approve the Request for Disposition of Property Form for the Florida Department of Health in Escambia County, declare surplus, and authorize the disposition of the assets shown in the list provided. The assets listed are County assets held and utilized by the Florida Department of Health in Escambia County.
 
3. 14812   Recommendation Concerning the Request for Disposition of Property for the Property Appraiser's Office - Chris Jones, Escambia County Property Appraiser

That the Board approve the two Request for Disposition of Property Forms for the Property Appraiser's Office for the equipment, which is described and listed on the Request Forms, with reason of disposition stated.
 
4. 14789   Recommendation Concerning the Request for Disposition of Property for the Public Safety Department - Michael D. Weaver, Public Safety Department Director

That the Board approve the two Request for Disposition of Property Forms for the Public Safety Department, for property which is described and listed on the Forms, with reason for disposition stated. The listed items have been found to be of no further usefulness to the County; thus, it is requested that they be auctioned as surplus or disposed of properly.
 
5. 14644   Recommendation Concerning Certificates of Public Convenience and Necessity for the Provision of Advanced Life Support and/or Basic Life Support Services in Escambia County, Florida - Michael D. Weaver, Public Safety Department Director

That the Board take the following action concerning Certificates of Public Convenience and Necessity:

A. Approve the issuance of a Certificate of Public Convenience and Necessity for provision of Advanced Life Support and/or Basic Life Support services in Escambia County, Florida, with noted limitations, to Escambia County Public Safety Department, Lifeguard Ambulance Service of Florida, LLC., Rocky Mountain Holdings, LLC., dba Air Methods Corporation, Shands Teaching Hospitals d/b/a UF Health ShandsCair, and Sacred Heart Children's Hospital, effective January 1, 2019, through December 31, 2019; and

B. Authorize the Chairman to execute the Certificate of Public Convenience and Necessity for each Agency.
 
6. 14791   Recommendation Concerning Community Redevelopment Agency Meeting Minutes, August 16, 2018 - Tonya Gant, Neighborhood & Human Services Department Director

That the Board accept for filing with the Board's Minutes, the August 16, 2018, Community Redevelopment Agency's (CRA) Meeting Minutes, prepared by Melanie Johnson, CRA Administrative Assistant.
 
7. 14689   Recommendation Concerning the Amendment of Agreement for Temporary Medical Staffing Services, PD14-15.067 - William Powell, Director of Corrections

That the Board take the following action:

A. Approve the Amendment of Agreement for Temporary Medical Staffing Services, PD 14-15.067, which amends the Agreement to reflect that the Contractor's name has changed from NurseFinders of Pensacola, LLC, to NurseSpring of Pensacola, LLC; and

B. Authorize the Chairman to execute the aforementioned Amendment.

[Funding Source: Fund 001, General Fund; Cost Center 290402]
 
8. 14790   Recommendation Concerning Access Authorization for 200 West Fairfield Drive Property to U. S. Department of Environmental Protection - J. Taylor "Chips" Kirschenfeld, Director, Department of Natural Resources Management

That the Board approve and authorize the County Administrator to sign the Access Authorization for 200 West Fairfield Drive Property granting authorization to the United States Environmental Protection Agency (and authorized representatives) to have access to the property to conduct sampling, investigations, and environmental assessments.
 
9. 14782   Recommendation Concerning the Access and Construction Agreement with Pensacola State College for the Jones Swamp Floodplain Restoration & Expansion Project - J. Taylor "Chips" Kirschenfeld, Director, Department of Natural Resources Management

That the Board take the following action concerning the Access and Construction Agreement with Pensacola State College for the Jones Swamp Floodplain Restoration & Expansion Project:

A. Approve the Access and Construction Agreement (College Contract Number 2019076) between the District Board of Trustees of Pensacola State College, Florida, and Escambia County; and

B. Authorize the Chairman to sign the Agreement and any subsequent documents related to acceptances, execution, reporting, no-cost time extension, and Amendments to this Agreement, subject to Legal review and approval, without further action of the Board.
 
10. 13056   Recommendation Concerning the Scheduling of a Public Hearing to Consider the Petition to Vacate a Portion of Delano Street - Joy Jones, P.E., Public Works Department Director

That the Board take the following action regarding a Petition to Vacate a portion of Delano Street:

A. Authorize the scheduling of a Public Hearing on November 1, 2018, at 5:31 p.m., to consider the Petition to Vacate a portion of Delano Street, as petitioned by the owner, James W. Kiker; and

B. Require the Petitioner to notify all property owners within a 500-foot radius.

This petition refers to an area located in District 3.
 
11. 14838   Recommendation Concerning Authorization for Removal of Occupants from County-Owned Property Located at 1224 West Hatton Street - Stephan Hall, Budget Manager, Management and Budget Services

That the Board take the following action concerning authorization for removal of occupants from County-owned property located at 1224 West Hatton Street, Account#: 06-2389-000; Reference #: 17-2S-30-5009-023-041, District 3:

A. Authorize the County Attorney's Office to take such action necessary for removal of the occupants from County-owned property;

B. Authorize the removal of any abandoned property and/or vehicles from the County-owned property; and

C. Authorize the County Attorney's Office to prepare and the Chairman to sign all documents related to the removal of occupants and any abandoned property and/or vehicles from the County-owned property.
 
12. 14813   Recommendation Concerning the Scheduling of a Public Hearing for the Logan Place Speed Signs Municipal Services Benefit Unit - Stephan Hall, Budget Manager, Management and Budget Services

That the Board authorize the scheduling of a Public Hearing on October 4, 2018, at 5:32 p.m., to consider adoption of an Ordinance creating the Logan Place Speed Signs
Municipal Services Benefit Unit (MSBU).
 
13. 14886   Recommendation Concerning the West Cervantes/Mobile Highway Corridor Safety Improvements - "A" Street to Dominguez Street - Joy Jones, P.E., Public Works Department Director

That the Board take the following action concerning the West Cervantes/Mobile Highway Corridor Safety Improvements - "A" Street to Dominguez Street:

A. Direct staff to produce a Resolution to the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) assuring some level of financial commitment to the corridor safety improvements project for the construction phase anticipated in FDOT Fiscal Year (FY) 2021; and

B. Allocate $1,000,000 in Local Option Sales Tax IV in Fiscal Year (FY) 2021 to match the City of Pensacola's $1,000,000 pledged commitment.

[Funding: Local Option Sales Tax IV - $1,000,000 in FY 2021]
 
  II.  Budget/Finance Consent Agenda
 
1. 14671   Recommendation Concerning an Extension of the Agreement Relating to Scale Maintenance, PD 14-15.092, for the Waste Services Department - Patrick T. Johnson, Waste Services Department Director

That the Board approve the extension of the Agreement Relating to Scale Maintenance, PD 14-15.092, to Fairbanks Scales, Inc., for a period of 12 months, effective November 5, 2018, per the terms of the Agreement, for the performance of the scale maintenance services for the Waste Services Department, in the amount of $70,000 annually, with no change in the fee structure as approved on November 5, 2015.

[Funding: Fund 401, Solid Waste Fund, Cost Centers 230307 & 230314, Object Code 54601 - $70,000 annually]
 
2. 14815   Recommendation Concerning Multi-family Housing Revenue Bonds for a Multi-Family Rental Housing Project (Taylor Pointe Apartments Located in Indian River County, Florida) - JoLinda H. Herring, Bryant Miller Olive P.A. and Patricia D. Lott, Executive Director, Escambia County Housing Finance Authority

That the Board adopt the Resolution approving the plan of finance therein described and the issuance and sale of not exceeding $16,000,000, Multi-family Housing Revenue Bonds (the “Bonds”) by the Escambia County Housing Finance Authority (the “Authority”) to be used to finance or refinance the Taylor Pointe Apartments located in Indian River County, Florida.
 
3. 14840   Recommendation Concerning the Issuance of Fiscal Year 2018/2019 Purchase Orders in Excess of $50,000 - Todd Humble, Library Services Department Director

That the Board authorize the utilization of the Florida Department of Management Services State Contract for Library Materials #715-001-07-01, for the purchase of materials for the West Florida Public Libraries from the following vendors, at the estimated annual amounts listed below:

A. Brodart
Vendor Number: 025970
Library Materials

Fund: 113 (Library Fund)
Cost Center: 110501 (Operations)
Account: 56601 (Books/Publicat/Libr. Mat)
$268,000 55101500-ACS-17-1
B. Midwest Tape, LLC.
Vendor Number: 133307
Library Materials

Fund: 113 (Library Fund)
Cost Center: 110501 (Operations)
Account: 56601 (Books/Publicat/Libr. Mat)
Amount: $145,000
$145,000 55101500-ACS-17-1
 
4. 14811   Recommendation Concerning a Change Order to Ward International Trucks, LLC, for the Public Safety Department's Ambulance Fleet Repair and Maintenance - Michael D. Weaver, Public Safety Department Director

That the Board approve and authorize the County Administrator to execute the following Change Order Number 2, adding funds for the repair and maintenance of the Public Safety Department's ambulance fleet through the balance of the Fiscal Year:


Department: Public Safety
Division: Emergency Medical Services
Type: Addition
Amount: $100,000
Vendor: Ward International Trucks, LLC
Project Name: N/A
Contract: N/A
Purchase Order #: 180841
Change Order #: 2
Original Award Amount: $300,000
Cumulative Amount of Change Orders through this CO: $140,000
New PO Total: $440,000

[Funding Source: Fund 408, Emergency Medical Services Fund, Cost Center 330302, EMS Operations]
 
5. 14794   Recommendation Concerning the Purchase of Seven Cardiac Monitors for the Emergency Medical Services Division - Michael D. Weaver, Public Safety Department Director

That the Board take the following action regarding the purchase of seven cardiac monitors for the Public Safety Department, Emergency Medical Services (EMS) Division:

A. Authorize the County to utilize the NASPO (National Association of State Procurement Officials) Cooperative Contract #OK-SW-300, for the purchase of seven LifePak 15 cardiac monitors; and

B. Authorize the issuance of a Purchase Order to Physio-Control (Vendor #164035), the equipment manufacturer, in the amount of $238,637, for seven LifePak 15 cardiac monitors;

[Funding Source: Fund 408, Emergency Medical Service Fund]
 
6. 14745   Recommendation Concerning Amending the Board's Action of November 2, 2017, Regarding the Annual Amount Approved for Keep Pensacola Beautiful - Michael Rhodes, Parks and Recreation Department Director

That the Board amend its action of November 2, 2017, to revise the annual amount approved for Keep Pensacola Beautiful, from $150,000 to $155,000, per Contract PD 16-17.008, Agreement for Maintenance of County Parks and Boat Ramps.

[Funding: Funding is available in Fund 001 (General), Cost Center 350226 (Park Maintenance); Fund 101 (Restricted), Cost Center 350236 (Fishing Bridge); Fund 352 (Local Option Sales Tax III), Cost Center 350229 (Park Capital Projects); Fund 353 (Local Option Sales Tax IV), Cost Center 350222 (Park Capital Projects)]
 
7. 14725   Recommendation Concerning the Issuance of Fiscal Year 2018/2019 Purchase Orders in Excess of $50,000, for the Corrections Department - William Powell, Director of Corrections

That the Board, for Fiscal Year 2018/2019, approve the issuance of blanket and/or individual Purchase Orders in excess of $50,000, based upon previously-awarded Contracts, Contractual Agreements or annual requirements for the Corrections Department, as follows:
Vendor/Contractor Amount Contract Number
A. Attenti US, Inc.
Vendor Number: 010097
Electronic Monitoring Services

Fund: 001 (General)
Cost Center: 290307 (Pre-Trial Release)
Amount: $84,000

Fund: 114 (Misdemeanor Probation)
Cost Center: 290301 (Misdemeanor Probation)
Amount: $36,000
$120,000 WSCA-NASPO Contract #00212 as provided for in PD 15-16.017
B. Drug Free Workplaces, Inc.
Vendor Number: 042368
Drug Screening Services

Fund: 001 (General)
Cost Center: 290307 (Pre-Trial Release)
Amount: $45,445

Fund: 114 (Misdemeanor Probation)
Cost Center: 290301 (Misdemeanor Probation)
Amount: $25,375

Fund: 114 (Misdemeanor Probation)
Cost Center: 290305 (Residential Probation)
Amount: $275

Fund: 114 (Misdemeanor Probation)
Cost Center: 290306 (Pre-Trial Diversion)
Amount: $3,000
$74,095 PD 14-15.013
C. Spirit, Inc DBA Spirit Solutions, Inc.
Vendor Number: 423519
Case Management Software Support and Maintenance

Fund: 001 (General)
Cost Center: 290307 (Pre-Trial Release)
Amount: $17,000

Fund: 114 (Misdemeanor Probation)
Cost Center: 290301 (Misdemeanor Probation)
Amount: $48,000
$65,000 PD 16-17.025
D. Aramark Corporation
Vendor Number: 013778
Escambia County Jail Food and Commissary Services

Fund: 001 (General)
Cost Center: 290401 (Detention)
Amount: $1,224,897

Fund: 111 (Detention/Jail Commissary)
Cost Center: 290406 (Detention/Jail Commissary)
Amount: $71,916
$1,296,813 PD 13-14.063 and PD 13-14.065
E. Baptist Hospital, Inc.
Vendor Number: 400239
Emergency Inmate Medical Care

Fund: 001 (General)
Cost Center: 290302 (Inmate Medical)
Amount: $328,000
$328,000 Related to Emergency Inmate Medical Care
F. Bob Barker Company, Inc.
Vendor Number: 020807
Laundry and Cleaning Supplies

Fund: 111 (Detention/Jail Commissary)
Cost Center: 290406 (Detention/Jail Commissary)
Amount: $97,706
$97,706 PD 13-14.046
G. Charles Neely Corp DBA PR Chemical and Paper Supply
Vendor Number: 150532
Laundry and Cleaning Supplies

Fund: 001 (General)
Cost Center: 290401 (Detention)
Amount: $11,910

Fund: 111 (Detention/Jail Commissary)
Cost Center: 290406 (Detention/Jail Commissary)
Amount: $182,100
$194,010 PD 13-14.046
H. Diamond Drugs
Vendor Number: 041283
Inmate Pharmacy Services

Fund: 001 (General)
Cost Center: 290302 (Inmate Medical)
Amount: $1,439,218
$1,439,218 PD 16-17.005
I. Galls, LLC
Vendor Number: 070290
Corrections Department Uniforms

Fund: 001 (General)
Cost Center: 290401 (Detention)
Amount: $71,545

Fund: 001 (General)
Cost Center: 290402 (Inmate Medical)
Amount: $2,120
$73,665 PD 13-14.048
J. George A. Smith
Vendor Number: 071238
Part-Time Physician Services; Inmate Medical

Fund: 001 (General)
Cost Center: 290402 (Inmate Medical)
Amount: $105,600
$105,600 PD 17-18.034
K. Locumtenens Holdings, LLC/Locumtenens.com, LLC
Vendor Number: 422395
Psychiatric Services; Inmate Medical

Fund: 001 (General)
Cost Center: 290302 (Inmate Medical)
Amount: $220,800
$220,800 PD 17-18.003
L. Renal Care Group of the Southeast DBA Fresenius Medical Care Pensacola
Vendor Number: 420520
Inmate Dialysis Services

Fund: 001 (General)
Cost Center: 290402 (Inmate Medical)
Amount: $100,000
$100,000 Related to Emergency Inmate Medical Care
M. Renal Care Group of the Southeast/Fresenius Medical Care Pensacola
Vendor Number: 420520
Inmate Dialysis Services

Fund: 001 (General)
Cost Center: 290402 (Inmate Medical)
Amount: $88,952
$88,952 Related to Emergency Inmate Medical Care
N. Sacred Heart Health Systems
Vendor Number: 421701
Emergency Inmate Medical Care and Lab Testing

Fund: 001 (General)
Cost Center: 290402 (Inmate Medical)
Amount: $407,568
$407,568 Related to Emergency Inmate Medical Care
O. Walton County Sheriff's Office
Vendor Number: 230384
Inmate Care and Custody

Fund: 001 (General)
Cost Center: 290401 (Detention)
Amount: $4,447,232

Fund: 001 (General)
Cost Center: 290402 (Inmate Medical)
Amount: $70,000
$4,517,232 Agreement BCC Approved 07/06/2017
P. The Merchants Company
Vendor Number: 132992
Food Service Supplies; Escambia County Road Prison

Fund: 175 (Transportation Trust)
Cost Center: 290202 (Care and Custody)
Amount: $85,000
$85,000 PD 16-17.024
Q. Sysco Gulf Coast, Inc.
Vendor Number: 196366
Food Service Supplies; Escambia County Road Prison

Fund: 175 (Transportation Trust)
Cost Center: 290202 (Care and Custody)
Amount: $55,000
$55,000 PD 16-17.024
 
8. 14717   Recommendation Concerning Utilization of the Second of Two Possible One-Year Renewals Provided for in the Agreement Relating to Inmate Phone Services for the Escambia County Jail, PD 13-14.064 - William Powell, Director of Corrections

That the Board approve the utilization of the second of two possible one-year renewal periods provided for under Section 2 of the Agreement covered by PD 13-14.064, the Agreement Relating to Inmate Phone Service for the Escambia County Jail.

[Funding: This is a revenue agreement benefiting the Jail's inmate welfare fund, Fund 111]
 
9. 14697   Recommendation Concerning Amendment #013 to Contract #A0150 between Escambia County and Big Bend Community Based Care, Inc. - William Powell, Director of Corrections

That the Board take the following action concerning Amendment #013 to Contract #A0150 with Big Bend Community Based Care, Inc:

A. Approve Amendment #013 to Contract #A0150. This Amendment updates and replaces all previous versions of the Standard Contract. In approving Amendment #013, we accept that the contracted amount for the renewal period of July 1, 2018, through June 30, 2019, will be $43,971. This allocation represents no decrease in funding over the previous contract period; and

B. Authorize the Chairman to sign Amendment #013 to Contract #A0150, including necessary attachments.

[Funding: This Contract is a fixed-rate Contract for a total of $43,971, for Fiscal Year 2018/2019]
 
10. 14834   Recommendation Concerning CHUBB Cyber Enterprise Risk Management Insurance - Robert Dye, Manager, Risk Management Office

That the Board approve the payment to USI Insurance Services, LLC, in the amount of $23,905, for Cyber, Privacy and Network Security Liability insurance written through ACE American Insurance Company, for the period of October 1, 2018, through September 30, 2019.

[Funding: Fund 501, Internal Service, Cost Center 140835, Object Code 54501]
 
11. 14831   Recommendation Concerning Workers’ Compensation Insurance Renewal - Robert Dye, Manager, Risk Management Office

That the Board approve the payment to the Florida Municipal Insurance Trust for the Workers’ Compensation Insurance renewal for Escambia County, effective October 1, 2018, through September 30, 2019, in the amount of $1,201,452, with a $100,000 per occurrence deductible.

[Funding: Fund 501, Internal Service, Cost Center 140834, Object Code 54501]
 
12. 14833   Recommendation Concerning General Lines Insurance Agent (PD 15-16.039) - Robert Dye, Manager, Risk Management Office

That the Board approve the payment to USI Insurance Services, LLC, in the amount of $130,000, in accordance with PD 15-16.039, General Lines Insurance Agent, for the period of October 1, 2018, through September 30, 2019.

[Funding: Fund 501, Internal Service, Cost Center 140835, Object Code 54501]
 
13. 14891   Recommendation Concerning Waiving the March 1, 2018, EDATE Application Deadline for Ascend Performance Materials, LLC - Jack Brown, County Administrator

That the Board waive the March 1, 2018, deadline for the Economic Development Ad Valorem Tax Exemption (EDATE) Application of Ascend Performance Materials, LLC, for the 2018 tax year, as permitted by Escambia County Code of Ordinances Sec. 90-149(c), which states that the Board "may waive the March 1 deadline when good cause is shown by the applicant." Ascend Performance Materials requests this consideration due to personnel changes at the corporate level leading to a lack of awareness of the county-level reporting obligation. The Board adopted the Ordinance establishing Ascend's EDATE on June 28, 2012, and there have been no subsequent Board actions regarding an EDATE deadline waiver.

[Funding Impact: Per the Property Appraiser, the 2018 abated and anticipated amount of ad valorem tax would be approximately $154,000]
 
14. 14821   Recommendation Concerning the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Cooperative Grant Agreement Notice of Award for the Pensacola and Perdido Bays Estuary Program - J. Taylor “Chips” Kirschenfeld, Director, Department of Natural Resources Management

That the Board take the following action regarding the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Cooperative Grant Agreement Notice of Award for the Pensacola and Perdido Bays Estuary Program:

A. Accept the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Cooperative Agreement Grant Number (FAIN) 00D81118 Notice of Award, for the Pensacola and Perdido Bays Estuary Program, in the amount of $2,000,000;

B. Authorize the County Administrator or his designee to sign all future documents related to the Cooperative Grant Agreement, subject to Legal review and sign-off, such as no cost time extensions and no cost Amendments; and

C. Authorize staff to establish the grant-funded positions identified in the Cooperative Grant Agreement and fill the grant-funded positions as needed.

[Funding: Fund 118, Gulf Coast Restoration Fund. The cost center will be established with a Supplemental Budget Amendment]
 
15. 14828   Recommendation Concerning the Annual Certified Budget for the Mosquito Control Division, Fiscal Year 2018-2019 - J. Taylor "Chips" Kirschenfeld, Director, Department of Natural Resources Management

That the Board approve and authorize the Chairman to sign the Annual Certified Budget for Mosquito Control for Fiscal Year 2018-2019, as required by the Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services, Division of Agricultural Environmental Services, relating to the Mosquito Control Division, Department of Natural Resources Management.

[Funding: Fund 106, Mosquito and Arthropod Control, Cost Center 220703, M & A State One Funds]
 
16. 14820   Recommendation Concerning Group Medical Insurance - Eric Kleinert, Human Resources Department Director

That the Board take the following action concerning the County’s Group Medical Insurance:

A. Approve the employee and retiree health insurance premiums; Attachment 1 shows premiums reflecting a $50 discount for employees who do not use tobacco; Attachment 2 shows the health insurance premiums for the County’s retirees; Medicare Advantage, Pharmacy and Medicare Plan F premiums will be determined later. Retirees will be responsible for paying their full premium, whether they are Medicare-eligible or not;

B. Authorize staff to deposit $600 into the Health Saving Account (HSA) account of each employee who elects the HSA Plan. This will assist the employee in paying the higher deductible ($2,100 or $4,200). The deposit will be reviewed each year at renewal time, along with monthly administrative fees of $2.50 per member and a one-time start-up fee of $22 for each new employee who enrolls. The cost is included in the total cost estimate;

C. Authorize the Health Care Opt-out Program at the same amount as 2018 plan year; and

D. Authorize the following plan design changes to assist in aligning our plans to our costs (net claims per employee per month) and Affordable Care Act requirements upon losing our Grandfather status:
  • No changes to the HSA (Health Saving Plans)
  • Blue Option 1352
    • Change the deductible from - $750 (single)/$2,250 (family) to $1,000 (single) /$3,000 (family)
    • Change the Out-of-Pocket maximum from - $3,000 (single)/$9,000 (family) to $3,250 (single)/$9,750 (family)
    • Wellness Preventive Care - $20 copay/20% coinsurance to 100% (deductible waived) (Affordable Care Act)
    • Walk-In Urgent Care Visit – Deductible + 20% to a $50 co-pay
    • Emergency Room - $100 + 20% to $200 +20% (waived if admitted into the hospital)
  • Blue Option 1552
    • Change the deductible from - $500 (single)/$1,500 (family) to $750 (single)/$2,250 (family)
    • Change the Out-of-Pocket maximum from - $2,000 (single)/$6,000 (family) to $2,250 (single)/$6,750 (family)
    • Wellness Preventive Care - $15 copay/$30 copay to 100% (deductible waived) (Affordable Care Act)
    • Emergency Room - $100 + 20% to $200 +20% (waived if admitted into the hospital)
    • Increase the premiums for both the employer and employee contribution by 8.8%
 
17. 14826   Recommendation Concerning a Change Order in Excess of $50,000, to Blue Cross/Blue Shield of Florida for Administrative Services and Stop Loss Insurance - Eric Kleinert, Human Resources Department Director

That the Board approve and authorize the County Administrator to execute the following Change Order 1, in excess of $50,000, adding funds for Administrative Services and Stop Loss Insurance for the County’s Self-Funded Health Insurance Plan:

Department: Human Resources
Division Benefits
Type Addition
Amount $1,124,000
Vendor Blue Cross/Blue Shield of Florida
Purchase Order 180592
Change Order 1
Original Award Amount $20,332,474
Cumulative Amount of Change Orders Through This Change Order:
$0
New Purchase Order Total $21,446,474

[Funding Source: Fund 501, Internal Service Fund, Cost Center 140836, Object Code 54501]

 
18. 14824   Recommendation Concerning Change Order #2 for Purchase Order 180589, Blue Cross Blue Shield of Florida - Eric Kleinert, Human Resources Department Director

That the Board approve and authorize the County Administrator to execute the following Change Order #2, in excess of $50,000, to add funds to Purchase Order 180589, Blue Cross Blue Shield of Florida, for the Administrative Services and Stop Loss Insurance:

Department: Human Resources
Division Benefits
Type: Addition
Amount $176,000
Vendor: Blue Cross/Blue Shield of Florida
Purchase Order: 180589
Change Order: 2
Original Award Amount: $1,924,325
Change Order # 1: $3,000
Change Order #2: $176, 000
Cumulative Amount of Change Orders: $179,000
New Purchase Order Total: $2,103,325

[Funding Source: Fund 501, Internal Service Fund, Cost Center 150108, Object Code 54501]


 
19. 14779   Recommendation Concerning the Title Clearance Services Program Agreement with Legal Services of North Florida, Inc. - Tonya Gant, Neighborhood & Human Services Department Director

That the Board take the following action concerning the Title Clearance Services Program Agreement with Legal Services of North Florida, Inc.:

A. Approve the Title Clearance Services Program Agreement with Legal Services of North Florida, Inc. (LSNF), in the amount of $60,000; and

B. Authorize the Chairman or Vice Chairman to execute the Agreement and related documents required to implement the program.

[Funding: Fund 129/2018 CDBG, Cost Center 370232]
 
20. 14780   Recommendation Concerning the 2018/2019 Rural Elderly Assistance Program Agreement with the Council on Aging of West Florida - Tonya Gant, Neighborhood & Human Services Department Director

That the Board take the following action concerning the 2018/2019 Rural Elderly Assistance Program (REAP) Agreement with the Council on Aging of West Florida, Inc.:

A. Approve the Rural Elderly Assistance Program Agreement with the Council on Aging of West Florida, Inc., in the amount of $47,000, for the 2018/2019 Fiscal Year; and

B. Authorize the Chairman or Vice Chairman to execute the Agreement and related documents necessary to implement the program.

[Funding: Fund 129/CDBG, Cost Center 370232]
 
21. 14796   Recommendation Concerning Gulf Power Street Lighting Project Contracts - Tonya Gant, Neighborhood & Human Services Department Director

That the Board ratify the following September 20, 2018, action of the Board of County Commissioners of Escambia County, acting in its capacity as the Escambia Community Redevelopment Agency (CRA), concerning the Gulf Power Street Lighting Project Contracts:

A. Approving the Gulf Power Company Contract for Street and General Area Lighting Service Rate Schedule for the Westernmark Subdivision within the Palafox Redevelopment Area for $74,259.36;

B. Approving the Gulf Power Company Contract for Street and General Area Lighting Service Rate Schedule along Gulf Beach Highway within the Warrington Redevelopment Area for $94,422.48; and

C. Authorizing the Chairman or Vice Chairman to sign the Contracts.


[Funding: Palafox CRA, Fund 151/Cost Center 370115 and Warrington CRA, Fund 151/Cost Center 370114]
 
22. 14797   Recommendation Concerning Residential Rehab Grant Program Funding and Lien Agreements - Tonya Gant, Neighborhood & Human Services Department Director

That the Board ratify the following September 20, 2018, action of the Board of County Commissioners of Escambia County, acting in its capacity as the Escambia County Community Redevelopment Agency (CRA), concerning the Residential Rehab Grant Program Funding and Lien Agreements:

A. Approving the following six Residential Rehab Grant Program Funding and Lien Agreements:

1. The Agreements between Escambia County CRA and Patrick D. Pinney, owner of residential property located at 126 Rue Max Avenue, Barrancas Redevelopment District, each in the amount of $4,665, representing an in-kind match through the Barrancas Tax Increment Financing (TIF), Fund 151, Cost Center 370116, to replace windows;

2. The Agreements between Escambia County CRA and Richard A. Browning, owner of residential property located at 110 Brandywine Road, Barrancas Redevelopment District, each in the amount of $5,522, representing an in-kind match through the Barrancas Tax Increment Financing (TIF), Fund 151, Cost Center 370116, to replace roof;

3. The Agreements between Escambia County CRA and Brian M. Curley Trustee for Brian M. Curley Trust, owner of residential property located at 13 Ruberia Avenue, Barrancas Redevelopment District, each in the amount of $2,025, representing an in-kind match through the Barrancas Tax Increment Financing (TIF), Fund 151, Cost Center 370116, to replace roof;

4. The Agreements between Escambia County CRA and Brian M. Curley Trustee for Brian M. Curley Trust, owner of residential property located at 208 Ruberia Avenue, Barrancas Redevelopment District, each in the amount of $6,000, representing an in-kind match through the Barrancas Tax Increment Financing (TIF), Fund 151, Cost Center 370116, to replace roof and total electrical rewiring;

5. The Agreements between Escambia County CRA and Ema Elizabeth Sanderson, owner of residential property located at 216 West Sunset Avenue, Warrington Redevelopment District, each in the amount of $4,250, representing an in-kind match through the Warrington Tax Increment Financing (TIF), Fund 151, Cost Center 370114, to replace roof;

6. The Agreements between Escambia County CRA and Maureen McBride, owner of residential property located at 321 Chattman Street, Warrington Redevelopment District, each in the amount of $4,143, representing an in-kind match through the Warrington Tax Increment Financing (TIF), Fund 151, Cost Center 370114, to replace windows; and

B. Authorize the Chairman to sign the Funding and Lien Agreements and any related documents necessary to implement the Grant awards.
 
23. 14799   Recommendation Concerning the Cancellation of Residential Rehab Grant Program Liens - Tonya Gant, Neighborhood & Human Services Department Director

That the Board ratify the following September 20, 2018, action of the Board of County Commissioners of Escambia County, acting in its capacity as the Escambia County Community Redevelopment Agency (CRA), concerning the cancellation of the Residential Rehab Grant Program Liens:

A. Approving the following cancellations of nine Residential Rehab Grant Program Liens, as the Grant recipients have met their one-year of compliance with the Residential Grant Program:
Property Owners Address Amount
Joseph and Donna J. Baudendistel 1315 Wisteria Avenue $5,800
Richard Devereux 502 Greve Road $3,788
William E. III and Julie Grimsley 1214 Wilson Avenue $4,163
Isobel Jacobs 214 Payne Road $2,400
Ronnie Katona 103 Kalash Road $1,425
Michelle A. Ray 208 Henry Street $2,285
James E. and Socorro L. Scarborough 104 Milton Road $3,180
Wendy E. Suermann 215 Northwest Gilliland Road $6,000
Jane E. Thiesse 419 Southeast Baublits Drive $2,185

B. Authorizing the Chairman to execute the Cancellation of Lien documents.
 
24. 14800   Recommendation Concerning the Cancellation of Commercial Facade, Landscape, and Infrastructure Grant Program Liens - Tonya Gant, Neighborhood & Human Services Department Director

That the Board ratify the following September 20, 2018, action of the Board of County Commissioners of Escambia County, acting in its capacity as the Escambia County Community Redevelopment Agency (CRA), concerning the cancellation of the Commercial Facade, Landscape, and Infrastructure Grant Program Lien:

A. Approving the following one Cancellation of the Commercial Facade, Landscape, and Infrastructure Grant Program Lien, as the Grant recipient has met the one-year of compliance with the Commercial Façade, Landscape, and Infrastructure Grant Program:

Property Owner Address Amount
Carco Properties, Inc. 314 South Navy Boulevard $1,335

B. Authorizing the Chairman to execute the Cancellation of Lien document.
 
25. 14819   Recommendation Concerning Escambia Community Clinics, Inc.'s, Participation in the Agency for Health Care Administration's Low Income Pool - Stephan Hall, Budget Manager, Management and Budget Services

That the Board approve and authorize the Chairman to sign the Low Income Pool Letter of Agreement between Escambia County Board of County Commissioners on behalf of Escambia Community Clinics, Inc. (ECC), and the State of Florida, Agency for Health Care Administration, allowing the ECC to participate in the Agency for Health Care Administration's Low Income Pool, in an amount not to exceed $351,284.
 
26. 14832   Recommendation Concerning Supplemental Budget Amendment #224 - Stephan Hall, Budget Manager, Management and Budget Services

That the Board adopt the Resolution approving Supplemental Budget Amendment #224, Internal Service Fund (501), in the amount of $1,500,000, to recognize an increase in the dependent group health revenue budget due to higher than projected employee contributions, and to appropriate these funds to be used toward the County's self-funded health insurance claims to complete Fiscal Year 2017/2018.
 
27. 14788   Recommendation Concerning the Renewal of Contracts between Escambia County, Florida, and Ingram Signalization, Inc. - Joy Jones, P.E., Public Works Department Director

That the Board take the following action:

A. Review and approve the renewal for Contract PD 15-16.090 (Traffic Signal Construction) with Ingram Signalization, Inc., for 12 months;

B. Review and approve the renewal for Contract PD 15-16.089 (Street and Navigation Lighting Maintenance and Repair) with Ingram Signalization, Inc., for 12 months; and

C. Authorize the Chairman to sign any documentation necessary to permit the 12-month Contract renewals.

[Funds are available in Fund 175, Transportation Trust Fund, Cost Center 211201, Object Code 54601 and Fund 167, Bob Sikes Toll Facility, Cost Center 140302, Object Code 54601]
 
28. 14843   Recommendation Concerning the Rental of the Brownsville Community Center for Impact 100 - Commissioner Jeff Bergosh, District 1

That the Board approve $1,000 for the rental of the Brownsville Community Center for Impact 100. The funds will be transferred from Commissioner Bergosh’s discretionary money, to the Escambia County Neighborhood & Human Services Budget.

[Funding: Fund 001, General Fund, Board of County Commissioners’ Discretionary Money, Cost Center 110101, Object Code 58201]
 
29. 14849   Recommendation Concerning General Liability and Professional (Medical Malpractice) Insurance for the Jail - Robert Dye, Manager, Risk Management Office

That the Board take the following action concerning insurance for the Escambia County Jail:

A. Approve the payment to USI Insurance Services, LLC, for the combined General Liability –Professional Criminal Justice Service Operations insurance policy written through AB Risk (Wholesale Broker) and issued by Brit Global Specialty USA, effective October 1, 2018, through September 30, 2019, in the amount of $512,937, with a $100,000 deductible; and

B. Approve the payment to USI Insurance Services, LLC, for the Professional Liability (Medical Malpractice) Insurance policy written through AB Risk (Wholesale Broker) and issued through Pro-Praxis Insurance and underwritten by certain underwriters at Lloyd’s, London, to extend the existing policy for 1 month effective October 1, 2018, to November 1, 2018, in the amount of $5,570, to allow additional time for negotiation of the terms for a full term policy.

[Funding: Fund 501, Internal Service Fund, Cost Center 140835, Object Code 54501]
 
30. 14881   Recommendation Concerning the Funding Request for the Truth For Youth, “Back on the Blocks Festival” - Commissioner Jeff Bergosh, District 1

That the Board approve funding $500 for the Truth for Youth, “Back on the Blocks Festival," November 9-10, 2018, from Commissioner Jeff Bergosh’s discretionary money, and approve a voucher for this purpose.

[Funding: Fund 001, General Fund, Board of County Commissioners’ Discretionary Money, Cost Center 110101, Object Code 58201]
 
31. 14883   Recommendation Concerning the Issuance of Purchase Orders in Excess of $50,000, for Fiscal Year 2018-2019 - Jack R. Brown, County Administrator

That the Board approve the issuance of individual Purchase Orders in excess of $50,000, based upon previously-awarded Contracts, for Fiscal Year 2018-2019, per the following:

A. Gentry and Associates, LLC.
Vendor Number: 071229
State Lobbyist Contract
Fund: 001, General Fund
Cost Center: 110201/53101
PD 17-18.052
BCC Contract Approval: July 5, 2018
Amount: $60,000

B. Alcalde and Fay, LTD.
Vendor Number: 010368
Federal Lobbyist Contract
PD 16-17.038
Fund: 001 General Fund
Cost Center: 110201/53101
Amount: $82,000
($6,500 per month plus $4,000 in travel expenses)

C. Dynamic Security Services, Inc.
d/b/a Dynamic Security
Vendor: 010368
PD 15-16.051
Fund: 001, General Fund
BCC Contract Approval 08/04/17
Amount: $55,000
 
32. 14882   Recommendation Concerning the Funding Allocation for the Studer Institute in Conjunction with the United Way of Escambia County, to Develop a Map of the ALICE Households in Escambia County - Doug Underhill, Commissioner, District 2

That the Board approve Commissioner Underhill’s request to provide $5,000, from the Economic Development fund for the Studer Institute in conjunction with the United Way of Escambia County to develop a map of the ALICE (Asset Limited, Income Constrained, Employed) Households in Escambia County.

A master copy of the ALICE report will be available in the County Administrator's Office and in the back of the Board Room for the public to view.

[Funding: Fund 102, Economic Development; Cost Center 360704; Object Code 55101, Office Supplies and Maps]
 
33. 14888   Recommendation Concerning the Second Year Option to Renew PD 15-16.051, Security Services for Various County Buildings - Jack R. Brown, County Administrator

That the Board approve the second one-year renewal option, as outlined in the terms of the Agreement for Security Services with Dynamic Security Services, Inc. d/b/a Dynamic Security, Inc., per PD 15-16.051, Security Services for various County Buildings, including the Ernie Lee Magaha Building, the West Florida Regional Library, and the COBB Building. The original Agreement was approved by the Board on August 4, 2016.

[Funding: Fund 113, Library Fund, Cost Center 110501, Object Code 53401, Library Branches; Fund 001, General Fund, Cost Center 110201, Object Code 53401, Ernie Lee Magaha Complex; and Fund 001, Pre-Trail Release, Cost Center 290307, Object Code 53401, Cobb Building]
 
34. 14880   Recommendation Concerning the Authorization for Cumulative Expenditures Over $50,000, in Fiscal Year 2017-2018 for Demolition or Lot Clearing Services for Department of Natural Resources - Paul Nobles, Purchasing Manager, Office of Purchasing

That the Board take the following action:

A. Amend the prior action of March 1, 2018 (CAR II-3), authorizing cumulative total expenditures over $50,000, in Fiscal Year 2017-2018, to contractors performing demolition or lot-clearing services for the Department of Natural Resources, Code Enforcement Division, for individual projects of less than $50,000, based on competitive quotes to include HHH Construction, Inc., Vendor No. 080060; and

B. Ratify issuance of Purchase Orders 181172 ($30,500) and 181477 ($34,700) to HHH Construction, Inc., related to the performance of demolition and lot-clearing services.

[Funding Source: Fund 103, Environmental Code Enforcement Fund, Cost Center 220110, Object Code 53401]
 
  III. For Discussion
 
1. 14842   Recommendation Concerning Business Auto Liability for Escambia County Area Transit - Robert Dye, Manager, Risk Management Office

That the Board approve one of the following options concerning Business Auto Liability Insurance for Escambia County Area Transit:

A. Payment to USI Insurance Services, LLC, for the Business Auto Insurance Policy, written through Preferred Governmental Insurance Trust (PGIT) for Escambia County Area Transit (ECAT), with a $1,000,000 Auto Liability limit and statutory Personal Injury Protection, effective October 1, 2018, through September 30, 2019, in the amount of $92,647, with a $10,000 deductible; or

B. Payment to USI Insurance Services, LLC, for the Business Auto Insurance Policy, written through Preferred Governmental Insurance Trust (PGIT) for Escambia County Area Transit (ECAT), with a $1,000,000 Auto Liability limit and statutory Personal Injury Protection, effective October 1, 2018, through September 30, 2019, in the amount of $92,647, with a $10,000 deductible with an optional second year of coverage, effective October 1, 2019, through September 30, 2020.

Premium for the second year will be determined based on updated exposure values for this period. The rates for the second year will be identical to those for the period commencing October 1, 2018, with premiums subject to the changes to Scheduled Property, Inland Marine, and Automobile.

[Funding: Fund 501, Internal Service, Cost Center 140835, Object Code 54501]
 
2. 14837   Recommendation Concerning Local Government Contribution Application for SAIL Financing through Florida Housing Finance Corporation - Tonya Gant, Neighborhood & Human Services Department Director

That the Board take the following action concerning the Local Government Contribution Application for SAIL Financing through Florida Housing Finance Corporation:

A. Support the provision of a local government contribution, in the amount of $37,500, for multi-family developments applying for State Apartment Incentive Loan (SAIL) Financing through Florida Housing Finance Corporation (FHFC) under RFA 2018-114 and RFA 2018-116;

B. Approve the local Application Form and timelines; and

C. Support the provision of an additional $100,000 for developments providing a homeless set aside unit.

[Funding: Fund 120/SHIP and/or Fund 124/Affordable Housing]
 
3. 14846   Recommendation Concerning the Northwest Florida Health Council (District 1) Also Known as Northwest Florida Big Bend Health Council - Jack R. Brown, County Administrator

That the Board take the following action concerning reappointments/appointments to the Northwest Florida Health Council (District 1) also known as Northwest Florida Big Bend Health Council (Council):

A. Waive the Board’s Policy, Section I, Part B 1. (D), Appointment Policy and Procedures, and reappoint Krystle E. Galace, to another two-year term, effective October 1, 2018, through September 30, 2020, to serve as "Purchaser":

B. Reappoint or appoint three of the following individuals to serve a two-year term, effective October 1, 2018, through September 30, 2020, to serve as "Provider":

1. Waive the Board’s Policy, Section I, Part B 1. (D), Appointment Policy and Procedures, and reappoint Dr. John J. Lanza (Provider);

2. Waive the Board’s Policy, Section I, Part B 1. (D), Appointment Policy and Procedures, and reappoint Dr. George Smith (Provider);

3. Reappoint Michael D. King (Provider); or

4. Appoint Tammy R. Norstum (Provider); and

C. Reappoint or appoint two of the following individuals to serve a two-year term, effective October 1, 2018, through September 30, 2020, to serve as "Elderly Consumer":

1. Waive the Board’s Policy, Section I, Part B 1. (D), Appointment Policy and Procedures, and reappoint Vivian Krumel Storey (Elderly Consumer);

2. Reappoint Jeanette Moore (Elderly Consumer); or

3. Appoint Deborah A. Trocki (Elderly Consumer).

Deborah A. Trocki and Tammy R. Norstum responded to the General Alert that was posted on the County's website from July 20, 2018, through August 3, 2018, informing the public that the Escambia County Board of County Commissioners was seeking Escambia County residents interested in volunteering to be considered for appointments to the Northwest Florida Health Council, also known as the Northwest Florida Big Bend Health Council.
 
4. 14680   Recommendation Concerning the Acquisition of Property Located at 6425 Mobile Highway - Joy Jones, P.E., Public Works Department Director

That the Board take the following action:

A. Authorize the purchase of real property located at 6425 Mobile Highway from Wells Fargo Bank, for Library Services;

B. Approve the Contract for Sale and Purchase for the acquisition of real property located at 6425 Mobile Highway; and

C. Authorize the County Attorney's Office to prepare, and the Chairman or Vice Chairman to execute, subject to Legal review and sign-off, any documents necessary to complete the acquisition of this property, without further action of the Board.

[Funding Source: Fund 113, Library Fund, Cost Center 110501, Object Code 59801]

This property is located in District One.

THE CONTRACT WILL BE DISTRIBUTED AS ADDITIONAL BACK-UP UNDER SEPARATE COVER.
 
5. 14887   Recommendation Concerning Authorizing a Request for Proposal to Hire a Professional Planner for the OLF8 Master Plan - Commissioner Bergosh, District 1

That the Board take the following action:

A. Authorize staff to prepare a Request for Proposal (RFP) to hire a Professional Planner for the OLF8 Master Plan; and

B. Discuss who will serve on the Selection Committee for the Request for Proposal.
 
6. 14889   Recommendation Concerning Alcohol Sales Measurement - Horace L. Jones, Director, Development Services Department

That the Board discuss Article 7 Supplemental Use Regulations, Section 4-7.5, Alcoholic beverage sales, (b) Measurement., Escambia County Land Development Code, and provide direction, if any.
 
7. 14839   Recommendation Concerning Local Government Area of Opportunity for RFA 2018-110 Housing Credit Financing for Affordable Housing Developments Located in Medium Counties - Tonya Gant, Neighborhood & Human Services Director

That the Board approve or deny the following action concerning Local Government Area of Opportunity for RFA 2018-110 Housing Credit Financing for Affordable Housing Developments Located in Medium Counties:

A. Set-aside minimum funding as required by RFA 2018-110 to support one Application; and

B. Provide for a homeless or special needs unit set-aside in the Application for households at or below 30% area median income; and

C. Authorize Staff to update the Application process accordingly for the 2018 Housing Tax Credit (HTC) cycle.

[Funding: Fund 120, SHIP and/or Fund 124, Affordable Housing]
 
 
COUNTY ATTORNEY'S REPORT
 
  I.   For Action
 
1. 14808   Recommendation Concerning Approval of Proposed Settlement of Workers' Compensation Claim Brought by Cynthia Dean.

That the Board approve a proposed settlement in the sum of $107,500.00 payable to Cynthia Dean which would constitute a complete resolution of Cynthia Dean's outstanding Workers' Compensation claim, including all medical and indemnity benefits to which she may be entitled. The Board would be responsible for full payment of the settlement, if approved.
 
2. 14809   Recommendation Concerning Approval of Proposed Settlement of Workers' Compensation Claims Brought by James Kite.

That the Board approve a proposed settlement in the sum of $50,000.00 payable to James Kite which would constitute a complete resolution of Mr. Kite's outstanding Workers' Compensation claims, including all medical and indemnity benefits to which he may be entitled. The Board would be responsible for full payment of the settlement, if approved.
 
3. 14893   Recommendation Concerning Approval of Mediated Settlement Agreement in the Matter of Escambia County v. Rod Cooke Construction, Inc., et al., Case No. 2017 CA 001563

That the Board take the following action:

A. Approve a proposed settlement with Defendants; and

B. Authorize the Chairman to execute the proposed settlement agreement, if approved by the Board.

[THE PROPOSED SETTLEMENT AGREEMENT TO BE PROVIDED UNDER SEPARATE COVER].
 
14.   Items added to the agenda.
 
15.   Announcements.
 
16.   Adjournment.
 

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