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AGENDA
Board of County Commissioners
Regular Meeting – October 4, 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 Bergosh.
 
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. 14915   Proclamations.

Recommendation: That the Board take the following action:

A. Adopt the Proclamation commending and congratulating Danya Clapp, an Administrative Assistant in the Design and Construction Administration Division of the Facilities Management Department, on her selection as "Employee of the Month" for October 2018;

B. Adopt the Proclamation proclaiming October 10, 2018, as First Responder Appreciation Day in Escambia County and encouraging all citizens to take time out of their day to show first responders and their families how much we value their service;

C. Adopt the Proclamation proclaiming October 7 - 13, 2018, as Fire Prevention Week; and

D. Ratify the Proclamation dated September 25, 2018, proclaiming the week of October 3 through October 7, 2018, as a week to celebrate the 10th Annual Pensacola Beach Songwriters' Festival and urging all citizens and visitors to join in the celebration.
 
7.   Written Communication:
 
A. 14949   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.
 
B. 14816   August 16, 2018, Communication from Marceline Burnett, Buyer's Title Inc., requesting lien release from property located at 1220 West Nine 1/2 Mile Road.

Recommendation: That the Board review and consider the lien relief request made by Marceline Burnett against 1220 West Nine 1/2 Mile Road.

On August 21, 2014, the Board amended the "Guidelines for Relief from Environmental (Code) Enforcement Special Magistrate Liens" policy, Section III, H2. Staff was instructed to review all requests for forgiveness of Environmental (Code) Enforcement Liens to determine if the request met the criteria for forgiveness and allowing the County Administrator to act on the Board's behalf if set criterias are met.

After reviewing the request for forgiveness of liens, staff made the determination that the request does not fall within the criteria that would allow the County Administrator to act on the Board's behalf and grant relief, in accordance with the Board's Policy, "Guidelines for Relief from Environmental (Code) Enforcement Special Magistrate Liens" Policy, Section III, H2.

The property was foreclosed on and Certificate of Title was issued to Nationstar Mortgage LLC on April 23, 2018.
 
C. 14918   September 17, 2018 Communication from Edward Robinson requesting to address the Board regarding lack of enforcement of the noise Ordinance.
 
8.   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.
 
9. 14769   5:31 p.m. Public Hearing Regarding the Fiscal Year 2018 Edward Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance Grant (JAG) Program: Local Solicitation.

Recommendation: That the Board take the following action concerning the "Edward Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance Grant (JAG) Program Fiscal Year 2018 Local Solicitation":

A. Ratify the electronic submission of the Application for the "Edward Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance Grant (JAG) Program Fiscal Year 2018 Local Solicitation" funds; total estimated amount of funds for Escambia County, Florida, is $125,841;

B. Authorize the Sheriff of Escambia County, Florida, to act as the Implementing Agency and Designee for the Chairman of the Board of County Commissioners for the Grant Program, to include the following:

1. Review and approve the online Grant Application;

2. Make the necessary Assurances and Certifications as to the expenditure of funds under the Program; and

3. Sign or validate online any other Program requirements, as may be required by the funding authority; and

C. Authorize the Chairman to sign or validate online any other Program requirements, as may be required by the funding authority, relating to the Chief Executive of the County.
 
10.   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. 14935   Recommendation Concerning Acceptance of TDT Collection Data for the July 2018 Returns Received in August 2018

That the Board accept, for filing with the Board's Minutes, the Tourist Development Tax (TDT) Collections Data for the July 2018 returns received in the month of August 2018, as prepared by the Finance Department of the Clerk and Comptroller's Office; this is the eleventh month of collections for the Fiscal Year 2018; total collections for the month of July 2018 returns was $2,116,558.23; this is a 6.93% increase over the July 2017 returns; total collections year to date are 6.51% more than the comparable timeframe in Fiscal Year 2017.
 
2. 14946   Recommendation Concerning Acceptance of the August 2018 Investment Report

That the Board accept, for filing with the Board’s Minutes, the Investment Portfolio Summary Report for the month ended August 31, 2018, as required by Ordinance Number 95-13; on August 31, 2018, the portfolio market value was $357,584,661 and portfolio earnings totaled $618,784 for the month; the short-term portfolio yield 1.87%, which should be compared to the S&P Government Index Pool Index 30 Day benchmark of 2.01%; the long-term CORE portfolio achieved a yield of 2.63%, which should be compared to the Merrill Lynch 1-5 Year Treasury Index benchmark of 2.64%.
 
3. 14964   Recommendation Concerning Documents Provided for Filing with the Board's Minutes

That the Board accept, for filing with the Board's Minutes, the following documents provided to the Clerk to the Board's Office:

A. The 2018 Annual Investment Report for Fiscal Year ended September 30, 2018, for the Escambia County Sheriff's Office; and

B. DEP Grant Agreement No. S0705, Change Order No. 002, executed by the Chairman on August 16, 2018, based on the Board's action of July 24, 2014, authorizing the Chairman to sign any subsequent grant-related documents, pending Legal review and sign-off, without further action of the Board.
 
4. 14922   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. Accept, for filing with the Board's Minutes, the Report of the Committee of the Whole Workshop held September 13, 2018;

B. Approve the Minutes of the Second Budget Public Hearing regarding the Fiscal Year 2018/2019 County-wide Budget held September 17, 2018;

C. Accept, for filing with the Board's Minutes, the Report of the Agenda Work Session held September 20, 2018; and

D. Approve the Minutes of the Regular Board Meeting held September 20, 2018.
 
 
GROWTH MANAGEMENT REPORT
 
  I.   Public Hearings
 
1. 14853   5:45 p.m. - Cancellation of a Public Hearing for Consideration for Adopting an Ordinance Amending the Official Zoning Map

That the Board cancel the 5:45 p.m., Public Hearing scheduled to adopt an Ordinance to amend the Official Zoning Map to include the rezoning cases heard by the Planning Board.
 
2. 14854   5:46 p.m. - Cancellation of a Public Hearing Concerning the Review of Bridlewood Subdivision, a Planned Unit Development

That the Board of County Commissioners (BCC) cancel the 5:46 p.m., Public Hearing scheduled to review the development plan for Bridlewood Subdivision, a Planned Unit Development (PUD), and confirm consistency of the plan with Land Development Code (LDC) requirements.
 
3. 14856   5:47 p.m. - Cancellation of a Public Hearing Concerning the Review of an Ordinance Amending Chapter 3 Regarding Structure Setbacks and Minimum Lot Widths

That the Board of County Commissioners (BCC) cancel the 5:47 p.m., Public Hearing scheduled to review and adopt an Ordinance amending the Land Development Code (LDC), Chapter 3, to explain structure setbacks on lots with multiple street frontage, define minimum lot widths on small radius rights-of-way, establish a minimum lot width within the HC/LI zoning district, and establish a minimum side setback for single-family dwellings that may be within the Commercial and Industrial zoning districts.
 
4. 14857   5:48 p.m. - Cancellation of a Public Hearing Concerning the Review of an Ordinance Amending the Design Standards Manual, Chapter 1 and Land Development Code, Chapter 6, Definitions

That the Board of County Commissioners (BCC) cancel the 5:48 p.m., Public Hearing scheduled to review and adopt an Ordinance amending the Design Standards Manual (DSM), Chapter 1 and Land Development Code (LDC), Chapter 6, Definitions.
 
5. 14911   5:49 p.m. - A Public Hearing Concerning the Renewal of a Recycling Permit for an Asphalt/Concrete Crushing Recycling and Processing Facility located at 13009 Beulah Road, Cantonment, FL, Escambia County Landfill

That the Board of County Commissioners (BCC) review and approve, modify, or deny the renewal of a Recycling Permit for an existing asphalt/concrete crushing recycling and processing facility located at 13009 Beulah Road, Cantonment, FL, owned by Escambia County.
 
  II.  Action Item
 
1. 14966   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.
 
2. 14974   Recommendation Concerning Final Plat Beulah Oaks Permit #18062040
That the Board take the following action concerning recording of Beulah Oaks (a 20-lot residential subdivision), located in the Beulah Community and lying west of Beulah Road and north of Mobile Highway (U.S. Highway 90). Owned and developed by Olde City Developers, 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 Land Development Code; also, prior to recording the County Surveyor must sign the Final Plat as set forth in Chapter 177.081 (1) Florida Statute;
A. Approve the final plat for recording;

B. Approve the street names “Beulah Oaks Drive and Beech Tree Road”;

C. Accept all public easements, pond, drainage improvements within public easements as depicted on the final plat for permanent County maintenance; the cost of maintenance is to be funded through the establishment of a storm water 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.

ATTACHMENTS WILL BE DISTRIBUTED UNDER SEPERATE COVER.
 
  III. Consent Agenda
 
1. 14852   Recommendation Concerning the Scheduling of Public Hearings

That the Board authorize the scheduling of the following Public Hearings:

November 1, 2018

A. 5:45 p.m. - A Public Hearing to amend the Official Zoning map to include the following rezoning cases heard by the Planning Board on October 1, 2018.
1. Case No.: Z-2018-09
Address: 1900 Block Tate Road
Property Reference No.: 27-1S-31-0802-002-002
From: LDR, Low Density Residential district (four du/acre)
To: LDMU, Low Density Mixed-use district (seven du/acre)
FLU Category: MU-S, Mixed-Use Suburban
Commissioner District: 5
Requested by: Ronald Williams, Owner
2. Case No.: Z-2018-11
Address: Dogwood Place
Property Reference No.: 34-2S-30-0040-010-003
From: HDMU, High Density Mixed-use district (25 du/acre)
To: Com, Commercial district (25 du/acre)
FLU Category: MU-S, Mixed-Use Suburban
Commissioner District: 3
Requested by: Gilbert Nelson, Owner
3. Case No.: Z-2018-13
Address: 2335 Klinger Street
Property Reference No.: 18-1S-30-1201-005-005
From: MDR, Medium Density Residential district (10 du/acre)
To: HDMU, High Density Mixed-use district (25 du/acre)
FLU Category: MU-U, Mixed-Use Urban
Commissioner District: 4
Requested by: Robert Beasley, Agent for Crosby Holdings, LLC, Owner

B. 5:46 p.m. - A Public Hearing - Bridlewood Planned Unit Development

Summary: Rebol-Battle & Associates, Consulting Engineers, project agent and engineer, submitted a Master Plan and associated subdivision development plans for PUD approval. The proposed subdivision is located in Section 16, Township 1 South, Range 31 West and is currently mostly zoned LDR with a little portion of MDR. The site is located on the North side of Mobile Highway West of Klondike Road and East of Beulah Road. The project encompasses approximately 322.99 (+/-) acres total which also includes 221.82 acres of wetlands. The subject parcels are 16-1S-31-2000-513-005, 16-1S-31-2000-510-005, 16-1S-31-2000-600-005 and will include 388 lots.

C. 5:47 p.m. - A Public Hearing - Lot Width Solution Ordinance

Summary: LDC amendment to specify minimum widths for new lots fronting curved rights-of-way.

D. 5:48 p.m. - A Public Hearing - DSM Ordinance

Summary: Changes to Chapter 1, Design Standards Manual (DSM) Chapter 1, Engineering, concerning stormwater ponds, Minor Subdivisions, stormwater management plans, roadway design, removing a reference to density bonus. LDC, Chapter 6 definitions, adding definition for conveyance system.

E. 5:49 p.m. - A Public Hearing - Medical Marijuana Ordinance (first of two public hearings)

Summary: Section 381.986, Florida Statutes (2018), and Florida Administrative Code Chapter 64-4 authorize a limited number of dispensing organizations throughout the State of Florida to cultivate and process medical cannabis for use by qualified patients. The dispensing organizations must be approved by the Florida Department of Health and, once approved, are subject to state regulation and oversight. The Escambia Board of County Commissioners finds that it is in the best interests of the health, safety, and welfare of its citizens to authorize Medical Marijuana Treatment Centers within the boundaries of the County.

F. 5:50 p.m. - A Public Hearing - CPA-2018-02 (first of two public hearings)

Summary: The Escambia County Board of County Commissioners finds that an amendment to the Comprehensive Plan, OBJ FLU 3.1 Rural Development, deleting FLU 3.1.5 New Rural Communities, is necessary and appropriate based on the changing needs within the County.
 
 
COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR'S REPORT
 
  I.   Technical/Public Service Consent Agenda
 
1. 14925   Recommendation Concerning Scheduling and Advertising of Two Public Hearings to Designate 128 Airport Boulevard and the 6200 Block North Palafox as a Brownfield Area - J. Taylor "Chips" Kirschenfeld, Director, Department of Natural Resources Management

That the Board take the following action concerning two Public Hearings to receive public input on the designation of 128 Airport Boulevard, Pensacola, Florida 32503 (Property Reference Numbers (PRNs) 351S309002002012 and 351S309002007008) and the 6200 Block of North Palafox Highway, Pensacola, Florida 32503 (PRN 361S309002000003) as a brownfield area for the purposes of economic development and environmental rehabilitation:

A. Approve the scheduling and advertising of the first of two Public Hearings on October 18, 2018, at 5:32 p.m.; and

B. Approve the scheduling and advertising of the second of two Public Hearings on November 1, 2018, at 5:32 p.m.
 
2. 14934   Recommendation Concerning Reappointments to the Building Services Department Inspections Fund Advisory Board - Tim Tolbert, Building Official/Department Director

That the Board take the following action concerning reappointments to the Building Services Department Inspections Fund Advisory Board (IFAB):

A. Waive the Board's Policy, Section I, Part B.1.(D), Appointment Policy and Procedures; and

B. Reappoint the following two members for a three-year term, retroactively to October 1, 2018, through September 30, 2021:

1. John Harold, Building Contractor, J.M. Harold Construction, Inc.; and

2. Karen Polk Wright, Senior Vice President, ServisFirst Bank.
 
3. 14910   Recommendation Concerning the Mutual Aid Agreement Between Lifeguard Ambulance Service of Florida, LLC, and Escambia County - Michael D. Weaver, Public Safety Department Director

That the Board take the following action regarding the Emergency Medical Services Mutual Aid Agreement, for emergency medical assistance between Lifeguard Ambulance Service, LLC, and Escambia County:

A. Approve the Emergency Medical Services Mutual Aid Agreement, for emergency medical assistance between Lifeguard Ambulance Service, LLC, and Escambia County that is effective on the date of execution by the last-signing party and that shall continue indefinitely unless terminated; and

B. Authorize the County Administrator to execute the Emergency Medical Services Mutual Aid Agreement.
 
4. 14960   Recommendation Concerning the OLF8 Master Plan Request for Proposals - J. Taylor “Chips” Kirschenfeld, Director, Department of Natural Resources Management

That the Board take the following action regarding the OLF8 Master Plan Request for Proposals (RFP):

A. Approve the OLF8 Master Plan RFP Scope of Work;

B. Authorize staff to begin the solicitation process through the Office of Purchasing; and

C. Authorize staff to shortlist responses to no more than three firms (not ranked) to bring to the Board for review, ranking, and selection.
 
  II.  Budget/Finance Consent Agenda
 
1. 14909   Recommendation Concerning the Issuance of Fiscal Year 2018/2019 Purchase Orders, in Excess of $50,000, for the Waste Services Department - Patrick T. Johnson, Waste Services Department Director

That the Board approve the issuance of blanket and/or individual Purchase Orders in excess of $50,000, for the Fiscal Year 2018-2019, based upon previously-awarded Contracts, Contractual Agreements, or annual requirements as provided, for the Waste Services Department as follows:

Vendor/Contractor Amount Contract Number
A. Blue Arbor Staffing & Employee
Screening, Inc.
Vendor Number: 023818
Employment Services, Term

Fund: 401 Solid Waste Fund
Cost Center: 230301 (Administration)
Cost Center: 230304 (EEQ)
Cost Center: 230306 (Recycling)
Cost Center: 230307 (Transfer Station)
Cost Center: 230314 (Operations)
$260,000 PD 17-18.055
BCC 8-2-18
B. Bridgestone Americas, Inc.
d/b/a GCR Tire Center
Vendor Number: 025944
Repairs and Maintenance

Fund: 401 Solid Waste Fund
Cost Center: 230301 (Administration)
Cost Center: 230304 (EEQ)
Cost Center: 230306 (Recycling)
Cost Center: 230307 (Transfer Station)
Cost Center: 230314 (Operations)
$135,000 FL Sheriffs Assoc.
15/17-07-220
Exp: 2/28/19
Contract extended for
2 Yrs via Addendum
#1 on 1/31/17
C. Fairbanks Scales, Inc.
Vendor Number: 060214
Repairs and Maintenance
For Scales at Perdido and Palafox

Fund: 401 Solid Waste Fund
Cost Center: 230307 (Transfer Station)
Cost Center: 230314 (Operations)
$55,000 PD 14-15.092
BCC 11-5-15
D. Gulf Coast Environmental Contractors, Inc.
Vendor Number: 060214
Repairs and Maintenance
Large Machine Mowing Perdido Landfill

Fund: 401 Solid Waste Fund
Cost Center: 230314 (Operations)
$70,000 PD 17-18.051
E. LFG Technologies, Inc.
Vendor Number: 120081
Other Contractual Services and
Repairs and Maintenance
For Gas to Energy System

Fund: 401 Solid Waste Fund
Cost Center: 230308 (Gas to Energy)
$85,000 PD 07-08.111
5YR Operations
& Maintenance
Agreement Extended by
BCC 5-15-14
F. Perma Fix of Florida, Inc.
Vendor Number: 422111
Other Contractual Services
Collection and Disposal Household
Hazardous Waste

Fund: 401 Solid Waste Fund
Cost Center: 230306 (Recycling)
$200,000 PD 15-16.031
BCC 5-19-16
G. R. K. Allen Oil Company, Inc.
Vendor Number: 011470
Lubrication Products, Anti-freeze
And Brake Fluid

Fund: 401 Solid Waste Fund
Cost Center: 230306 (Recycling)
Cost Center: 230307 (Transfer Station)
Cost Center: 230314 (Operations)
$50,000 PD 16-17.056
BCC 8-3-17
H. SETCO, Inc.
Vendor Number: V0000393
Solid Rubber Tires for 966 Loaders

Fund: 401 Solid Waste Fund
Cost Center: 230307 (Transfer Station)
$88,000 Original Equipment Manufacturer
I. Thompson Tractor
Vendor Number: 201640
Repairs and Maintenance/Rentals

Fund: 401 Solid Waste Fund
Cost Center: 230304 (EEQ)
Cost Center: 230306 (Recycling)
Cost Center: 230307 (Transfer Station)
Cost Center: 230308 (Gas to Energy)
Cost Center: 230309 (Closed Landfills)
Cost Center: 230314 (Operations)
Cost Center: 230315 (Projects)
Cost Center: 230316 (Saufley Field)
$500,000 Original Equipment
Manufacturer
J. General Paving and Drainage Contract
Paving and Drainage Projects

Fund: 401 Solid Waste Fund
Cost Center: 230306 (Recycling)
Cost Center: 230307 (Transfer Station)
Cost Center: 230308 (Gas to Energy)
Cost Center: 230309 (Closed Landfills)
Cost Center: 230314 (Operations)
Cost Center: 230315 (Projects)
Cost Center: 230316 (Saufley Field)

1. Allsouth Construction Services, LLC
Vendor No. 420550
2. B&W Utilities, Inc.
Vendor No.: 420661
3. Chavers Construction, Inc.
Vendor No. 032335
4. Gulf Atlantic Constructors, Inc.
Vendor No. 843895
5. Gulf Marine Construction, Inc.
Vendor No: 072896
6. Heaton Brothers Construction Company, Inc.
Vendor No.: 081314
7. J. Miller Construction, Inc.
Vendor No. 133404
8. Midsouth Paving, Inc.
Vendor No. 133305
9. Panhandle Grading & Paving, Inc.
Vendor No. 160114
10. Principle Properties, Inc.
Vendor No.: 420785
11. Roads, Inc. of NWF

Vendor No. 182328
12. Site and Utility, LLC.
Vendor No.: 420683
13. Utility Service Company, Inc.
Vendor No. 211593
$600,000 PD 16-17.081
BCC 11-30-17
 
2. 14919   Recommendation Concerning the Memorandum of Agreement between Escambia County and The Humane Society of Pensacola, Florida, Inc. - John Robinson, Animal Services, Division Manager

That the Board take the following action concerning the Memorandum of Agreement between Escambia County and The Humane Society of Pensacola, Florida, Inc.:

A. Approve the Agreement, which provides the terms and conditions whereby the County agrees to contribute, for the County's current Fiscal Year 2018/2019, the sum of $40,000, to The Humane Society of Pensacola, Florida, Inc., to fund spay and neuter services; and

B. Authorize the Chairman to sign the Agreement.

[Funding: Fund 001, General Fund, Cost Center 250205, Account 58201]
 
3. 14920   Recommendation Concerning Agreement for Equine Services between Escambia County, Florida, and Panhandle Equine Rescue, Inc. - John Robinson, Animal Services Division Manager

That the Board take the following action concerning the Agreement for Equine Services between Escambia County, Florida, and Panhandle Equine Rescue, Inc.:

A. Approve the Agreement; and

B. Authorize the County Administrator to sign the Agreement.

[Funding: Fund 001, General Fund, Cost Center 250207, Account 58201]
 
4. 14858   Recommendation Concerning the Issuance of Fiscal Year 2018-2019 Purchase Orders, in Excess of $50,000, for the Mass Transit Department - Mike Crittenden, Mass Transit Department Director.

That the Board approve the issuance of blanket and/or individual Purchase Orders, in excess of $50,000, for the Fiscal Year 2018-2019, based upon previously-awarded contracts, contractual agreements, or annual requirements, as provided, for the Mass Transit Department.

The issuance of these Purchase Orders during the first week of October 2018 is necessary to ensure continuity of services traditionally provided by the Board of County Commissioners to the citizens of Escambia County:

Vendor / Contractor Amount Contract Number
Auto, Truck, & Industrial - NAPA
Vendor Number: 015006
Bus Parts

Fund 104 (Mass Transit)
Cost Center: 211217 (Fleet Maintenance)
Amount: $50,000
$50,000 N/A
Bridgestone Americas, Inc
Vendor Number: 025944
Tires

Fund 104 (Mass Transit)
Cost Center: 211217 (Fleet Maintenance)
Amount: $115,000
$115,000 25172500-WSCA-15-ACS
Ward International
Vendor Number: 230582
Bus Parts

Fund 104 (Mass Transit)
Cost Center: 211217 (Fleet Maintenance)
Amount: $120,000
$120,000 N/A
Gillig, Inc.
Vendor Number: 071399
Bus Parts

Fund 104 (Mass Transit)
Cost Center: 211217 (Fleet Maintenance)
Amount: $85,000
$85,000 Proprietary
R K Allen
Vendor Number: 011470
Oil / Grease / Lubricants

Fund 104 (Mass Transit)
Cost Center: 211217 (Fleet Maintenance)
Amount: $50,000
$50,000 PD 13-14.053
G&S Holdings
Vendor Number: 050992
Bus Parts

Fund 104 (Mass Transit)
Cost Center: 211217 (Fleet Maintenance)
Amount: $50,000
$50,000
ITL Solutions
Vendor Number 423758
Paratransit Services

Fund 104 (Mass Transit)
Cost Center: 211215 (Paratransit)
Amount: $3,029,748
$3,029,748 PD 16-17.068
 
5. 14807   Recommendation Concerning the Issuance of Fiscal Year 2018/2019 Purchase Orders in Excess of $50,000, for the Facilities Management Department - Robert E. Dye, Facilities Management Interim Department Director

That the Board, for the 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 Facilities Management Department, as follows:

Vendor/Contractor Amount Contract Number
A. Blue Arbor, Inc.
Vendor Number: 023818
Temporary Labor Services

Fund: 001 (General)
Cost Center: 310202 (Facilities Management/Custodial)
Amount: $138,000
$138,000 PD 17-18.055
B. American Facility Services, Inc.
Vendor Number:012106
Contract Custodial Services for County Buildings

Fund: 001 (General)
Cost Center: 310202 (Facilities Management/Custodial)
Amount: $695,500

Fund: 501 (Internal Service)
Cost Center: 150112 (Employee Health Clinic/Custodial)
Amount: $10,000
$705,500 PD 17-18.014
 
6. 14775   Recommendation Concerning Fiscal Year 2018/2019 Purchase Orders in Excess of $50,000, for the Public Safety Department - Michael D. Weaver, Public Safety Department Director

That the Board 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, as provided, for the Public Safety Department, for Fiscal Year 2018/2019.

Vendor Amount Contract Number
A. AT & T (Bellsouth Telecommunications)
Vendor Number: 010542
911 Communications
Fund: 145 (E-911)
Cost Center: 330404
$425,862 Annual Support Service for Original Equipment
B. Bound Tree Medical
Vendor Number: 02153
Medical Supplies/Equipment
Fund: 408 (EMS)
Cost Center: 330302
$82,000 PD 14-15.083
C. Bound Tree Medical
Vendor Number: 02153
Pharmaceutical Supplies
Fund: 408 (EMS)
Cost Center: 330302
$22,000 PD 14-15.084
D. City of Pensacola
Vendor Number: 406544
Support of 9-1-1 Telecommunications
Fund: 145 (E911 Operations)
Cost Center: 330404
$246,000 Agreement with Automatic Renewal, as amended. Approved by BCC 1/23/96
E. Henry Schein, Inc. (Matrix Medical)
Vendor Number: 131760
Medical Supplies/Equipment
Fund: 408 (EMS)
Cost Center: 330302
$50,000 PD 14-15.083
F. Henry Schein, Inc. (Matrix Medical)
Vendor Number: 131760
Pharmaceutical Supplies
Fund: 408 (EMS)
Cost Center: 330302
$50,000 PD 14-15.084
G. Henry Schein, Inc. (Matrix Medical)
Vendor Number: 131760
LifePak Supplies/Equipment
Fund: 408 (EMS)
Cost Center: 330302
$52,500
PD 14-15.085
H. Howell Truck & Giant Tire Service
Vendor Number: 410406
Fire Apparatus Tire Repair
Fund: 143 (Fire Protection)
Cost Center: 330206
$80,000 State Contract
I. Howell Truck & Giant Tire Service
Vendor Number: 410406
Fire Apparatus Tire Repair
Fund: 408 (EMS)
Cost Center: 330302
$60,000 State Contract
J. Verizon Wireless
Vendor: 220218
Cell Service
Fund: 001 (General) 408 (EMS)
Cost Centers: 330402,330403,330801,330302
$65,000 PD 14-15.093
K. Verizon Wireless
Vendor: 220218
Cell Service
Fund: 143 (Fire Protection)
Cost Center: 330206
$50,268 PD 14-15.093
L. Galls, Inc.
Vendor: 070290
Uniforms
Fund: 001 (General) 408 (EMS
Cost Centers: 330402, 330403, 330302
$115,000 PD 16-17.093
M. Galls, Inc.
Vendor: 070290
Uniforms
Fund: 143 (Fire)
Cost Center: 330206
$80,000 PD 16-17.093
N. Ward International Trucks, LLC
Vendor Number: 230580
Ambulance Repair
Fund: 408 (EMS)
Cost Center: 330302
$425,000 Blanket Purchase Order
O. Ward International Trucks, LLC
Vendor Number: 230580
Ambulance Repair
Fund: 143 (Fire Services)
Cost Center: 330206
$50,000 Blanket Purchase Order
P. G & S Holdings, LLC
Vendor Number: 050992
Fund: 143 (Fire Services)
Cost Center: 330206
$50,000 Blanket Purchase Order
Q. Fisher Scientific Co, LLC
Vendor Number: 061420
Fund: 143 (Fire Services)
Cost Center: 330206
$50,000 Blanket Purchase Order
R. Infor Public Sector, Inc.
Vendor Number: 090615
Fund: 001 (General) 145 (Fire) 408 (EMS)
Cost Centers: 330403, 330206, 330302
$59,054 Blanket Purchase Order
S. McKesson Medical-Surgical, Inc.
Vendor Number: 423474
Fund: 408 EMS
Cost Center: 330302
$75,000 Blanket Purchase Order
T. Knowles On Site Repair, Inc.
Vendor Number: 423016
Fund: 145 (Fire)
Cost Center: 330206
$50,000 Blanket Purchase Order
U. Sunbelt Fire, Inc.
Vendor Number: 195886
Fund: 145 (Fire)
Cost Center: 330206
$150,000 Blanket Purchase Order
V. Ten-8 Fire Equipment Inc
Vendor Number: 200935
Fund: 145 (Fire)
Cost Center: 330206
$60,000 Blanket Purchase Order
 
7. 14944   Recommendation Concerning Utilization of the First of Two Possible One-Year Renewals Provided for in the Multiple Award Agreement for Food Service Supplies, PD 16-17.024 - William Powell, Director of Corrections

That the Board approve the utilization of the first of two possible one-year renewal periods provided for under Section 2 of the following Agreements covered by PD 16-17.024:

A. Agreement Relating to Food Service Supplies, PD 16-17.024, between Sysco Gulf Coast, Inc., and Escambia County, Florida; and

B. Agreement Relating to Food Service Supplies, PD 16-17.024, between The Merchants Company, Inc., and Escambia County, Florida.

[Funding: Fund 175, Transportation Trust Fund, Cost Center 290202]
 
8. 14830   Recommendation Concerning the Fiscal Year 2018-2019 State Financial Assistance Recipient Agreement for Mosquito Control - J. Taylor "Chips" Kirschenfeld, Director, Department of Natural Resources Management

That the Board approve and authorize the Chairman to sign the Fiscal Year 2018-2019 State Financial Assistance Recipient Agreement (FDACS Contract #025495) with the Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services (FDACS), Division of Administration, in the amount of $31,438.24, for the Mosquito Control Division.

[Funding: Fund 106, Mosquito and Arthropod Control, Cost Center 220703, M & A State One Funds]
 
9. 14777   Recommendation Concerning Approval of the 2018 HOME Investment Partnerships Act Program Interlocal Agreements with the City of Pensacola and Santa Rosa County - Tonya Gant, Neighborhood & Human Services Department Director

That the Board take the following action concerning implementation of the 2018 HOME Investments Partnerships Act (HOME) Program Grant (#M-18-DC-12-0225):

A. Approve the Interlocal Agreement for HOME Investment Partnerships Act Program with the City of Pensacola, providing for utilization of $166,719 (program and administrative support) in 2018 HOME funds, to support approved Substantial Rehabilitation/Reconstruction housing assistance and related project management activities within the City of Pensacola;

B. Approve the Interlocal Agreement for HOME Investment Partnerships Act Program with Santa Rosa County, providing for utilization of $265,071 (program and administrative support) in 2018 HOME funds, to support approved Homebuyer and Substantial Rehabilitation/Reconstruction housing assistance and related project management activities within Santa Rosa County; and

C. Authorize the Chairman or Vice Chairman to execute the Interlocal Agreements and all documents required to implement HOME project activities.

[Funding: Fund 147, HUD HOME Consortium, Cost Center 370270]
 
10. 14938   Recommendation Concerning the Miscellaneous Appropriation Agreement with the United Way of Escambia County, Inc., (Community Investments to Improve Lives) for Fiscal Year 2018/2019 for Outside Agencies - Tonya Gant, Director, Department of Neighborhood & Human Services

That the Board take the following action concerning the Fiscal Year 2018/2019 Miscellaneous Appropriations Agreement with the United Way of Escambia County, Inc., (Community Investments to Improve Lives):

A. Approve the Miscellaneous Appropriations Agreement to be paid from the General Fund (001), Cost Center 370102, in the amount of $90,725;

B. Authorize the Chairman to sign the Agreement and all other necessary documents; and

C. Authorize the approval of the necessary Purchase Order.
 
11. 14896   Recommendation Concerning the Miscellaneous Appropriations Agreement for Keep Pensacola Beautiful, Inc. - Stephan Hall, Budget Manager, Management and Budget Services

That the Board take the following action concerning the Fiscal Year 2018/2019 Miscellaneous Appropriations Agreement for Keep Pensacola Beautiful, Inc.:

A. Approve the Miscellaneous Appropriations Agreement between Escambia County and Keep Pensacola Beautiful, Inc., in the amount of $51,000, to be paid from the Solid Waste Management Fund (401), Cost Center 230314, Account 53401;

B. Authorize the Chairman to sign the Agreement and all other necessary documents; and

C. Authorize the execution of the necessary Purchase Orders.
 
12. 14898   Recommendation Concerning Nine Miscellaneous Appropriations Agreements for Fiscal Year 2018/2019 for Outside Agencies - Stephan Hall, Budget Manager, Management and Budget Services

That the Board take the following action concerning the Fiscal Year 2018/2019 Miscellaneous Appropriations Agreements for Outside Agencies:

A. Approve the following Miscellaneous Appropriation Agreements to be paid from the General Fund (001), Cost Center 110201:

1. Another Chance Transitional Services (ACTS), in the amount of $20,000;
2. Community Organizations Active in Disaster, Inc., D/B/A BRACE (Be Ready Alliance Coordinating for Emergencies), in the amount of $81,250;
3. Council on Aging of West Florida, Inc., in the amount of $45,000;
4. Escambia Community Clinics, Inc., D/B/A Community Health Northwest Florida, Inc., in the amount of $103,876;
5. New World Believers, Inc., in the amount of $15,000;
6. Pensacola Caring Hearts, Inc., in the amount of $13,000;
7. Pensacola's Promise, Inc., d/b/a Chain Reaction, in the amount of $19,000;
8. Wildlife Sanctuary of Northwest Florida, Inc., in the amount of $35,000; and
9. United Way of Escambia County, Inc. (211 First Call for Help), in the amount of $25,000;

B. Authorize the Chairman to sign the Agreements and all other necessary documents; and

C. Authorize the approval of the necessary Purchase Orders.
 
13. 14899   Recommendation Concerning Two Miscellaneous Appropriations Agreements for Fiscal Year 2018/2019 for Outside Agencies - Stephan Hall, Budget Manager, Management and Budget Services

That the Board take the following action concerning the Fiscal Year 2018/2019 Miscellaneous Appropriations Agreements for Outside Agencies:

A. Approve the following Miscellaneous Appropriations Agreements for Civil Legal Aid Services with the following organizations to be paid from Fund 115, Article V, Court Administration, Cost Center 410802:

1. Legal Services of North Florida, Inc., in the amount of $62,344; and
2. Northwest Florida Legal Services, Inc., in the amount of $62,344;

B. Authorize the Chairman to sign the Agreements and all other necessary documents; and

C. Authorize the execution of the necessary Purchase Orders.
 
14. 14900   Recommendation Concerning Eight Miscellaneous Appropriations Agreements for Fiscal Year 2018/2019 for Outside Agencies - Stephan Hall, Budget Manager, Management and Budget Services

That the Board take the following action concerning the Fiscal Year 2018/2019 Miscellaneous Appropriations Agreements for Outside Agencies:

A. Approve the following Miscellaneous Appropriations Agreements to be paid from the 4th Cent Tourist Development Tax Fund (108), Cost Center 360105:

1. African-American Heritage Society, Inc., in the amount of $30,000;
2. Gulf Coast Veterans Advocacy Council, Inc., in the amount of $5,000;
3. Naval Aviation Museum Foundation, Inc., in the amount of $100,000;
4. West Florida Historic Preservation, Inc., for maintenance and conservation of St. Michael's Cemetery, in the amount of $25,000;
5. West Florida Historic Preservation, Inc., for maintenance and conservation of AME Zion Cemetery and Magnolia Cemetery, in the amount of $25,000;
6. West Florida Historic Preservation, Inc., for maintenance and conservation of Mt. Zion Cemetery, in the amount of $20,000;
7. West Florida Historic Preservation, Inc., in the amount of $120,000; and
8. William Banks Enterprise, Inc., in the amount of $150,000;

B. Authorize the Chairman to sign the Agreements and all other necessary documents; and

C. Authorize the execution of the necessary Purchase Orders.
 
15. 14901   Recommendation Concerning Three Miscellaneous Appropriations Agreements for Fiscal Year 2018/2019 for Outside Agencies - Stephan Hall, Budget Manager, Management and Budget Services

That the Board take the following action concerning the Fiscal Year 2018/2019 Miscellaneous Appropriations Agreements for Outside Agencies:

A. Approve the following Miscellaneous Appropriations Agreements to be paid from the Local Option Sales Tax Fund (353), Cost Center 110277:

1. Gulf Coast Minority Chamber of Commerce, Inc., in the amount of $60,000;
2. Junior Achievement of Northwest Florida, Inc., in the amount of $20,000; and
3. Escambia County School Readiness Coalition, Inc., D/B/A Early Learning Coalition of Escambia County, in the amount of $238,875;

B. Authorize the Chairman to sign the Agreements and all other necessary documents; and

C. Authorize the execution of the necessary Purchase Orders.
 
16. 14902   Recommendation Concerning the Interlocal Agreement between Escambia County, Florida, and the City of Pensacola for Fiscal Year 2018/2019 - Stephan Hall, Budget Manager, Management and Budget Services

That the Board take the following action regarding the Interlocal Agreement between Escambia County, Florida, and the City of Pensacola:

A. Approve the Interlocal Agreement between the Escambia County Board of County Commissioners and the City of Pensacola Relating to the Fiscal Year 2018/2019 Funding of the Pensacola-Escambia County Promotion and Development Commission (PEDC), in the amount of $550,000, to be paid from the Local Option Sales Tax Fund (353), Cost Center 110277, for a one-year period from October 1, 2018, through September 30, 2019;

B. Authorize the Chairman to execute the Interlocal Agreement; and

C. Authorize approval of the necessary Purchase Order.
 
17. 14903   Recommendation Concerning Miscellaneous Appropriations Agreement for Fiscal Year 2018/2019 between Escambia County and Visit Pensacola, Inc. - Stephan Hall, Budget Manager, Management and Budget Services

That the Board take the following action concerning the Fiscal Year 2018/2019 Miscellaneous Appropriations Agreement between Escambia County and Visit Pensacola, Inc.:

A. Approve the Miscellaneous Appropriations Agreement between Escambia County and Visit Pensacola, Inc., in the total amount of $6,815,839. The amount of $5,309,693 will be paid from the 3rd Cent Tourist Development Tax Fund (108), Cost Center 360101, and the amount of $1,506,146 will be paid from the 4th Cent Tourist Development Tax Fund (108), Cost Center 360105; and

B. Authorize the Chairman to sign the Agreement and all other necessary documents; and

C. Authorize the execution of the necessary Purchase Orders.

[Funding: Fund 108, 3rd Cent Tourist Development Tax Fund, Cost Center 36101 - $5,309,693; Fund 108, 4th Cent Tourist Development Tax Fund, Cost Center 360105 - $1,506,146, for a total of $6,815,839]
 
18. 14904   Recommendation Concerning an Agreement with Gulf Coast Kid's House, Inc., for Child Protection Team Services - Stephan Hall, Budget Manger, Management and Budget Services

That the Board take the following action concerning an Agreement to provide required medical examinations of allegedly abused, abandoned, or neglected children:

A. Approve the Agreement between Escambia County, Florida, and Gulf Coast Kid's House, Inc., for Child Protection Team Services, a Florida Department of Health designated Child Protection Team Provider, in the amount of $150,000, effective upon the date last executed by the parties and expiring on September 30, 2019, to fund medical examinations of allegedly abused, abandoned, or neglected children, at a rate of $300 per examination, pursuant to Florida Statute 39.304(5);

B. Authorize the Chairman to sign the Agreement; and

C. Approve the preparation of any necessary vouchers and Budget Amendments for the remainder of Fiscal Year 2018/2019, in the event the cost of medical examinations exceeds the previously-appropriated sum.

[Funding: Fund 001, General Fund, Cost Center 110201, Account 58234]
 
19. 14907   Recommendation Concerning the Issuance of Fiscal Year 2018/2019 Purchase Orders in Excess of $50,000, for Contracts Managed by Management and Budget Services - Stephan Hall, Budget Manager, Management and Budget Services

That the Board, for Fiscal Year 2018/2019, approve the issuance of individual Purchase Orders, for Contracts managed by Management and Budget Services, based upon previously-awarded annual requirements, as follows:

Vendor/Contractor Amount Contract Number
A. Warren Averett, LLC
Vendor Number: 230810
Audit Services

Fund: 001/115 (General & Article V Funds)
Cost Centers: 140201/140701
Account: 53101
Amount: $224,323
$224,323 Board Approved: 7/10/2014
PD 13-14.054
B. SMG
Vendor Number: 190107
Bay Center Management Fee and Food and Beverage Commission

Fund: 409 (Bay Center Fund)
Cost Center: 360401
Account: 53401
Amount: $283,577
$283,577 Board Approved:
Agreement 2/16/2012
Amendment 5/21/2015
C. Florida Department of Health
d/b/a Escambia County Health Department
Vendor Number: 051513
Health Services

Fund: 001 (General Fund)
Cost Center: 360301
Account: 58101
Amount: $337,649
$337,649 Provision of Section 154.01(3), Florida Statutes
Resolution and Contract to be Board approved

 
20. 14947   Recommendation Concerning Supplemental Budget Amendment #002 - Stephan Hall, Budget Manager, Management and Budget Services

That the Board adopt the Resolution approving Supplemental Budget Amendment #002, Other Grants and Projects Fund (110), in the amount of $51,390, to recognize proceeds from the State of Florida Division of Emergency Management Federally Funded Subaward and Grant agreement Contract Number EMW-2017-55-00061, and to appropriate these funds for training and sustainment of Escambia County's Hazardous Materials Response Team.
 
21. 14894   Recommendation Concerning a Contract Award for the Barrancas Avenue Beautification Project - Paul Nobles, Purchasing Manager, Office of Purchasing

That the Board approve and authorize the County Administrator to sign an Agreement between Escambia County, Florida, and Wallace Sprinkler & Supply, Inc., per the terms and conditions of PD 17-18.088, Barrancas Avenue Beautification Project, in the amount of $194,388.73.

[Funding: Fund 151, Brownsville CRA, Cost Center 370116, Object Code 56301]
 
22. 14895   Recommendation Concerning the Issuance of a Purchase Order for One 2019 CUES Pipeline Inspection System Mounted on a 2019 Ford F-550 Chassis - Paul Nobles, Purchasing Manager, Office of Purchasing

That the Board take the following action regarding the purchase of one 2019 CUES Pipeline Inspection System mounted on a 2019 Ford F-550 Chassis:

A. Rescind the Board's action of September 6, 2018, regarding the purchase of one 2019 CUES Pipeline Inspection System mounted on a 2019 Ford F-550 Chassis (County Administrator’s Report Item II-20). (The original Board action included a scrivener's error as to which firm was awarded the HGACBuy contract. Adams Equipment Co., Inc., provided a written quote, but the contract was awarded to CUES, Inc. Adams Equipment Co., Inc., is a subcontractor to CUES, Inc.);

B. Authorize the County to utilize the H-GAC Contract #SC01-18, in accordance with Escambia County, Florida Code of Ordinances, Chapter 46, Article II, Section 46-44, Application; Exemptions; and Section 46-64, Board Approval; and

C. Authorize the issuance of a Purchase Order Contract for the purchase of one 2019 CUES Pipeline Inspection System mounted on a 2019 Ford F-550 Chassis for the Engineering/Development Services Department of Escambia County, Florida, to CUES Inc., in the amount of $284,675, according to the specifications outlined in Specification Number VE 17-18.028.

In an effort to encourage competition from local businesses, and in compliance with Board adopted policy, this purchase was advertised on the Escambia County web site for thirty days. The original quote was the only bid received.

[Funding: Fund 175, Transportation Trust Fund, Cost Center 211101, Object Code 56401, Amount $142,338; Fund 116 Development Review, Cost Center 240302, Object Code 56401, Amount $142,337]
 
23. 14942   Recommendation Concerning Contract Award Re-solicit Beulah Regional Park Restroom Building - Paul Nobles, Purchasing Manager, Office of Purchasing

That the Board approve and authorize the County Administrator to sign the Agreement between Escambia County, Florida, and J. Miller Construction, Inc., per the terms and conditions of PD 17-18.090, Re-solicit Beulah Regional Park Restroom Project in the amount of $152,925.51.

[Funding: Fund 352, Lost III, Cost Center 350229, Object Code 56301, Project Number 11PR1331 $80,000 and Project Number 08PR0059 $72,925.51]
 
24. 14924   Recommendation Concerning the Issuance of Fiscal Year 2018/2019 Purchase Orders in Excess of $50,000 for the Public Works Department - Joy Jones, P.E., Public Works Department Director

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 Public Works Department, as follows:
Vendor/Contractor Amount Contract Number
A Genesee & Wyoming/Alabama and Gulf Coast Railway
Vendor Number: 011274
Signal Maintenance for Railroad Crossings

Fund 175 (Transportation Trust Fund) Cost Center 211201
$70,000 Annual Signal Maintenance for Railroad Crossings
B CSX Transportation
Vendor Number: 030050
Signal Maintenance for Railroad Crossings

Fund 175 (Transportation Trust Fund) Cost Center 211201
$75,000 Annual Signal Maintenance for Railroad Crossings
C Ingram Signalization
Vendor Number: 406608
Traffic Signal Response Maintenance

Fund 175 (Transportation Trust Fund) Cost Centers 211201/211602/211101
Fund 182 (Master Drainage Basin Fund) Cost Centers 210719-210736
Fund 352 (LOST III) Cost Center 210107
Fund 353 (LOST IV) Cost Center 210106
$500,000 PD 15-16.088
D Coastline Striping, Inc.
Vendor Number: 033766
Pavement Markings

Fund 175 (Transportation Trust Fund) Cost Centers 211201/211602/211101
Fund 182 (Master Drainage Basin Fund) Cost Centers 210719-210736
Fund 352 (LOST III) Cost Center 210107
Fund 353 (LOST IV) Cost Center 210106
$400,000 PD 16-17.072
E Gulf Coast Traffic Engineers
Vendor Number: 072898
Signs

Fund 175 (Transportation Trust Fund) Cost Centers 211201/211602/211101
Fund 182 (Master Drainage Basin Fund) Cost Centers 210719-210736
Fund 352 (LOST III) Cost Center 210107
Fund 353 (LOST IV) Cost Center 210106
$150,000 PD 16-17.073
F Award Purchase Orders in Excess of $50K for the Continuing Contract for Bridges, Docks and Boat Ramps
DKE Marine, Vendor Number 040206
Davis Marine, Vendor Number 040386
Gulf Marine, Vendor Number 072896
Fund 175 (Transportation Trust Fund) Cost Centers 211201/211602/211101
Fund 182 (Master Drainage Basin Fund) Cost Centers 210719-210736
Fund 352 (LOST III) Cost Center 210107
Fund 353 (LOST IV) Cost Center 210106
$750,000 PD 12-13.001
G Award Purchase Orders for the Continuing Professional Services - Bridge Work; Construction Engineers
Thompson Engineering, Inc., Vendor Number 201604
Mott MacDonald Consultants, LLC, Vendor Number 081206
Volkert, Inc., Vendor Number 220584
American Consulting Engineers, Vendor Number 012081
HDR Engineering, Inc., Vendor Number 080064

Fund 175 (Transportation Trust Fund) Cost Centers 211201/211602/211101
Fund 182 (Master Drainage Basin Fund) Cost Centers 210719-210736
Fund 352 (LOST III) Cost Center 210107
Fund 353 (LOST IV) Cost Center 210106
$300,000 PD 02-03.079
H Award Purchase Orders for the Continuing Professional Services Bridge Professional Technical Consulting
Mott MacDonald Consultants, LLC, Vendor Number 081205

Fund 175 (Transportation Trust Fund) Cost Centers 211201/211602/211101
Fund 182 (Master Drainage Basin Fund) Cost Centers 210719-210736
Fund 352 (LOST III) Cost Center 210107
Fund 353 (LOST IV) Cost Center 210106
$200,000 PD 02-03.79
I Real Estate Services - Title Work
Coastal Land Title, Not Set Up
Emerald Coast Title, Vendor Number 050874
Escarosa Land Research, Vendor Number 051907
First International Title, Vendor Number 150166
First American Title Insurance Company, Vendor Number T0024443
Gulf Coast Title Company, Vendor Number 072783
Liberis Law Firm, PA, Vendor Number 121131
Partnership Title Company, Vendor Number 160307
Reliable Land Title Corp., Vendor Number 181837
Fund 175 (Transportation Trust Fund) Cost Centers 211201/211602/211101
Fund 182 (Master Drainage Basin Fund) Cost Centers 210719-210736
Fund 352 (LOST III) Cost Centers 210107/210120/210121/210124
Fund 353 (LOST IV) Cost Center 210106
$100,000 Annual allocation for title searches for capital improvement projects
J Property Appraisals
Asmar and Associates, Vendor Number 014139
Brantley and Associates, Vendor Number 410028
Fruitticher-Lowery Appraisal Group, Inc., Vendor Number 062707
Presley-McKenney and Associates, Vendor Number 164897
Sherrill Appraisal Company, Vendor Number 192901
Fund 175 (Transportation Trust Fund) Cost Centers 211201/211602/211101
Fund 182 (Master Drainage Basin Fund) Cost Centers 210719-210736
Fund 352 (LOST III) Cost Centers 210107/210120/210121/210124
Fund 353 (LOST IV) Cost Center 210106
$100,000 Annual allocation for property appraisals for capital improvement projects
K Roads, Inc. of NWF
Vendor Number: 182328
OGCM Roads
Hot-In-Place Resurfacing

Fund 175 (Transportation Trust Fund) Cost Centers 211201/211602/211101
Fund 182 (Master Drainage Basin Fund) Cost Centers 210719-210736
Fund 352 (LOST III) Cost Center 210107
Fund 353 (LOST IV) Cost Center 210106
$500,000 PD 14-15.065
L Ingram Signalization
Vendor Number: 406608
Street and Navigational Lights

Fund 175 (Transportation Trust Fund) Cost Centers 211201/211602/211101
Fund 182 (Master Drainage Basin Fund) Cost Centers 210719-210736
Fund 352 (LOST III) Cost Center 210107
Fund 353 (LOST IV) Cost Center 210106
$50,000 PD 15-16.089
M Miscellaneous Drainage/Paving Project (under $50K)
J Miller Construction, Vendor Number 133404
Perdido Grading and Paving, Vendor Number 163396
Chavers Construction, Vendor Number 032335
Green Procedures, Vendor Number 072184
Infrastructure Specialty Services, Vendor Number 420809
Warrington Utility and Excavation, Vendor Number 420622
Allsouth Construction, Vendor Number 420550
Gulf Marine Construction, Vendor Number 072896
Brown Construction, Vendor Number 026101
Green Energy, Vendor Number 420664
B&W Utilities, Vendor Number 420661
BKW, Inc., Vendor Number 422039
SPB (South Baldwin Plumbing), Inc., Vendor Number 190028
Midsouth Paving, Inc., Vendor Number 133305
Gulf Atlantic Constructors, Vendor Number 843898
Utility Services Co., Inc., Vendor Number 211593
Biles Construction, Vendor Number 420638
Panhandle Grading and Paving, Vendor Number 160114
Roads, Inc. of NWF, Vendor Number 182328
Fund 175 (Transportation Trust Fund) Cost Centers 211201/211602/211101
Fund 182 (Master Drainage Basin Fund) Cost Centers 210719-210736
Fund 352 (LOST III) Cost Centers 210107/350229
Fund 353 (LOST IV) Cost Centers 210106/350221
$500,000 Capital improvements projects, i.e paving and drainage projects, each project is under $50K
N General Drainage and Paving Agreement - Paving and Drainage Projects
$1,000,000 for each vendor

Allsouth Construction Services LLC, Vendor Number 420550
Chavers Construction, Vendor Number 032335
Gulf Atlantic Constructors, Vendor Number 843895
J Miller Construction, Inc., Vendor Number 133404
Midsouth Paving, Inc., Vendor Number 133305
Infrastructure Specialty Services, Inc., Vendor Number 420809
Panhandle Grading and Paving, Vendor Number 160114
Roads, Inc. of NWF, Vendor Number 182328
Utility Services Co., Inc., Vendor Number 211593
Fund 175 (Transportation Trust Fund) Cost Centers 211201/211602/211101
Fund 182 (Master Drainage Basin Fund) Cost Centers 210719-210736
Fund 352 (LOST III) Cost Centers 210107/350229
Fund 353 (LOST IV) Cost Centers 210106/350221
$1,000,000 per vendor annually PD 16-75.081
O Mid South Paving
Vendor Number: 133305
Road Construction Materials

Fund 175 (Transportation Trust Fund)
Cost Center 210402 (Road Maintenance)
$75,000 PD 14-15.-065
P Ferguson Enterprises, Inc (a/k/a Ferguson Mill Supply)
Vendor Number: 060880
Polyethylene Pipe

Fund 175 (Transportation Trust Fund)
Cost Center 210402 (Road Maintenance)
$75,000 Annual allocation for pipe for use on right of way projects
Q American Concrete Supply, Inc.
Vendor Number: 011899
Concrete

Fund 175 (Transportation Trust Fund)
Cost Center 210402 (Road Maintenance)
$75,000 Annual allocation for concrete for use on road maintenance projects
R Vulcan Signs
Vendor Number: 220810
Sign Maintenance

Fund 175 (Transportation Trust Fund)
Cost Center 210404 (Sign Maintenance)
$75,000 Annual allocation for signs/maintenance for road maintenance projects
S Steadham Enterprises dba A-1 Small Engines
Vendor Number: 010105
Small Engine Repair Parts and Supplies

Fund 175 (Transportation Trust Fund)
Cost Center 210405 (Fleet Maintenance)
$110,000 PD 15-16.006
T Gulf Coast Truck and Equipment Co.
Vendor Number: 072900
Heavy Truck Parts/Supplies

Fund 175 (Transportation Trust Fund)
Cost Center 210405 (Fleet Maintenance)
$100,000 Proprietary Parts, Mack Brand Trucks
U Beard Equipment Company
Vendor Number: 022300
Heavy Equipment Parts

Fund 175 (Transportation Trust Fund)
Cost Center 210405 (Fleet Maintenance)
$55,000 Proprietary Parts, John Deere Equipment
V Tractor and Equipment Co., Inc.
Vendor Number: 202301
Heavy Equipment Parts

Fund 175 (Transportation Trust Fund)
Cost Center 210405 (Fleet Maintenance)
$100,000 Proprietary Parts, Komatsu Equipment
W Thompson Tractor Co., Inc.
Vendor Number: 010781
Heavy Equipment Parts (CAT)

Fund 175 (Transportation Trust Fund)
Cost Center 210405 (Fleet Maintenance)
$100,000 Proprietary Parks, Caterpillar Equipment
X Howell's Truck and Giant Tire Services, Inc.
Vendor Number: 410406
Light and Heavy Equipment Tires

Fund 175 (Transportation Trust Fund)
Cost Center 210405 (Fleet Maintenance)
$65,000 State Contract 25172500-WSCA-15-ACS
Y Bridgestone Americas, Inc. dba GCR Tires and Services, GCR Tire Center
Vendor Number: 025944
Light and Heavy Equipment Tires

Fund 175 (Transportation Trust Fund)
Cost Center 210405 (Fleet Maintenance)
$65,000 State Contract 25172500-WSCA-15-ACS
Z Southern Energy Company, Inc.
Vendor Number: 034871
Gasoline and Diesel Fuel

Fund 501 (Internal Service Fund)
Cost Center 210407 (Fuel Distribution)
$6,500,000 PD 16-17.087
AA R.K Allen
Vendor Number: 011470
Oil/Grease and Lubricant

Fund 501 (Internal Service Fund)
Cost Center 210407 (Fuel Distribution)
$100,000 PD 16-17.056
BB Panhandle Grading and Paving
Vendor Number: 160114
Road Construction Materials

Fund 175 (Transportation Trust Fund)
Cost Center 210402 (Road Maintenance)
$75,000 PD 14-15.065
CC Aracadia Culvert
Vendor Number: 013789
Metal Pipe

Fund 175 (Transportation Trust Fund)
Cost Center 210402 (Road Maintenance)
$75,000 Annual allocation for pipe to use on right of way projects for road maintenance
DD Roads, Inc., of NWF
Vendor Number: 182328
Asphalt

Fund 175 (Transportation Trust Fund)
Cost Center 210402 (Road Maintenance)
$200,000 PD 14-16.065
EE Woerner Landscape Source Inc.
Vendor Number: 233840
Sod

Fund 175 (Transportation Trust Fund)
Cost Center 210402 (Road Maintenance)
$75,000 Annual allocation for sod to be used on right of way projects for road maintenance
FF Suncoast Infrastructure, Inc.
Vendor Number: 195894
Cured-on-place Pipe Line Services

Fund 175 (Transportation Trust Fund)
Cost Center 210402 (Road Maintenance)
$150,000 Annual allocation for pipe lining services for use on County right of way projects for road maintenance
GG McPherson Companies, Inc.
Vendor Number: 194540
Gasoline and Diesel Fuel

Fund 001 (General Fund) Cost Center 210401, Object Code 55204 (SRI Public Works)
$150,000 Annual allocation for gas and diesel for use in SRI Public Works vehicles
HH Verizon Wireless
Vendor Number: 220218
Cell, GTAC, and Tablet Services

Fund 175 (Transportation Trust Fund)
Cost Center 210401 (Road Administration)
$100,000 PD 14-15.093
GSA-35F-0119P
II Charles Neely Corp. dba PR Chemical and Paper Supply
Vendor Number: 150532
Laundry and Cleaning Supplies
Fund 001 (General Fund)
Cost Center 211401 (SRI Public Works)
$75,000 PD 13-14.046
JJ ATI NAPA
Vendor Number: 015006
Parts, Supplies/Repair and Replacement Parts

Fund 175 (Transportation Trust Fund)
Cost Center 210405 (Fleet Maintenance)
$100,000 Annual allocation for parts, supplies/repair and replacement parts for equipment
KK ATI Traction
Vendor Number: 203005
Parts, Supplies/Repair and Replacement Parts

Fund 175 (Transportation Trust Fund)
Cost Center 210405 (Fleet Maintenance)
$100,000 Annual allocation for parts, supplies/repair and replacement parts for equipment
LL Network Fleet, Inc.
Vendor Number: 420510
GPS Hardware Installation Monitoring System

Fund 175 (Transportation Trust Fund)
Cost Center 210405 (Fleet Maintenance)
$200,000 GS-07F-5559R
MM Blue Arbor
Vendor Number: 023818
Temporary Labor Services

Fund 001 (General Fund)
Cost Center 211401 (SRI Public Works)
$250,000 PD 14-15.041
NN Ingram Signalization
Vendor Number: 406608
Traffic Signal Construction

Fund 175 (Transportation Trust Fund) Cost Centers 211201/211602/211101
Fund 182 (Master Drainage Basin Fund) Cost Centers 210719-210736
Fund 352 (LOST III) Cost Center 210107
Fund 353 (LOST IV) Cost Center 210106
$600,000 PD 15-16.090
 
25. 14930   Recommendation Concerning the Amendment to the Agreement between Escambia County, Florida, and Phoenix Construction Services, Inc., for the Beach Haven Northeast Drainage and Sewer Project, Phase I - Joy Jones, P.E., Public Works Department Director

That the Board take the following action concerning the Amendment to the Agreement between Escambia County, Florida, and Phoenix Construction Services, Inc., for the Beach Haven Northeast Drainage and Sewer Project, Phase I, Contract PD 15-16.094:

A. Approve the Amendment of Standard Road/Drainage Construction Contract between Escambia County, Florida, and Phoenix Construction Services, Inc., for Architect/Engineer Designed Construction Contract Documents (PD 15-16.094), for the Beach Haven Northeast Drainage and Sewer Project, Phase I, to revise Contract retainage provisions to stipulate that at the County’s discretion, 5% of the sum retained for payments may be released to the contractor prior to final completion of the entire project, upon receiving approval from the architect/engineer; and

B. Authorize the County Administrator to execute the Amendment and all related documents as required to implement the Project.

[Funding Source: Fund 118, National Fish & Wildlife Foundation Ph1, Cost Center 222002, Object Code 56301, Project #NFWF07EC; Fund 110, FDEP 319 Grant Ph1, Cost Center 221024, Object Code 56301; Fund 352, LOST III, Cost Center 210107, Object Code 56301, Project Number 08EN0272; and Fund 151, CRA Ph1 Sidewalks, Cost Center 370114, Object Code 56301]

This project is located in Commission District 2.
 
26. 14948   Recommendation Concerning Donation from District 4 Discretionary Funds for Epps Christian Center Ministries for their Thanksgiving Meal for the Community - Commissioner Grover C. Robinson, IV, District 4

That the Board approve the contribution of $2,000 of discretionary funds by Commissioner Grover Robinson to the Epps Christian Center Ministries to assist them with their Thanksgiving Meal for the Community.

[Funding: Fund 001, General Fund, Board of County Commissioners’ Discretionary Money, Cost Center 110101, Object Code 58201]
 
27. 14962   Recommendation Concerning the Donation from District 4 Discretionary Funds for "Back on the Blocks Festival 2018" - Commissioner Grover C. Robinson, IV, District 4

That the Board approve the contribution of $5,000 of discretionary funds by Commissioner Grover Robinson to the Truth For Youth, Belmont Cultural Center for the “Back On The Blocks Festival 2018.”

[Funding: Fund 001, General Fund, Board of County Commissioners’ Discretionary Money, Cost Center 110101, Object Code 58201]
 
28. 14726   Recommendation Concerning the Resolution Authorizing the Contract with the State of Florida Department of Health for Operation of the Escambia County Health Department - John J. Lanza, MD, PhD, MPH, FAAP, FHPS, Director, Florida Department of Health in Escambia County

That the Board take the following action concerning the Resolution authorizing the Contract between the Escambia County Board of County Commissioners and the State of Florida, Department of Health for Operation of the Escambia County Health Department, Contract Year 2018-2019:

A. Adopt, as allowed by Florida Statutes, Chapter 154, the Resolution entitled, "A Resolution Authorizing a Contract Between the Escambia County Board of County Commissioners and the State of Florida, Department of Health, Escambia County Health Department for the Provision of Certain Medical Services, Providing for an Effective Date," for the Contract year of October 1, 2018, through September 30, 2019; and

B. Authorize the Chairman to sign the Resolution and the Contract.
 
29. 14921   Recommendation Concerning the United States Department of Homeland Security, Federal Emergency Management Agency, and Florida Division of Emergency Management Hazard Mitigation Grant Program for the Construction of the Lake Charlene Drainage Improvements Project - Joy Jones, P.E., Public Works Department Director

That the Board take the following action concerning United States Department of Homeland Security (USDHS), Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), and Florida Division of Emergency Management (FDEM) Hazard Mitigation Grant Program (HMGP) Federally-Funded Subaward and Grant Agreement #18HM-H4-01-27-01-XXX, Project #4177-19-A, from the Florida Division of Emergency Management (FDEM), for the construction of the Lake Charlene Drainage Improvements Project:

A. Approve and Authorize the Chairman to execute Federally-Funded Subaward and Grant Agreement #18HM-H4-01-27-01-XXX, Project #4177-19-A, for the construction of the Lake Charlene Drainage Improvements Project; and

B. Authorize the Chairman to execute, subject to Legal review and sign-off, any subsequent Agreements and program-related documents for this project that do not alter the finite terms of funding amounts or budgets.

The County Attorney's Office has requested that the Board be made aware of the following language within the Agreement: Section (22) Mandated Conditions, subsection (b), that "This Agreement shall be construed under the laws of the State of Florida, and venue for any actions arising out of this Agreement shall be in the Circuit Court of Leon County."

[Funding for the project is 100% federal funding, due to leveraged funds from Beach Haven Northeast Phase 1 Project that provides 100% federal funding as a global match, under FDEM non-financial agreement #FDEM No. 16NF-00-01-27-01-453, for all Escambia County 4177 disaster declaration HMGP projects.]

This project is located in Commission District 2.
 
30. 14955   Recommendation Concerning a Contract Award for Barber Services for the Escambia County Jail, PD 17-18.075 - Paul Nobles, Purchasing Manager, Office of Purchasing

That the Board approve and authorize the County Administrator to sign the Agreements Relating to Barber Services between Escambia County, Florida, and Eddie Snell, Barber, and between Escambia County, Florida, and Leron D. Burnett d/b/a Goodfellas Barber Shop, for Barber Services for the Escambia County Jail, per the terms and conditions of PD 17-18.075, Solicitation for Barber Services for the Escambia County Jail, for three years with two one-year renewals, at the rate of $9.00 per haircut or shave.

[Funding: Fund 111, Detention/Jail Commissary Fund, Cost Center 290406, Object Code 53401]
 
31. 14923   Recommendation Concerning a Contract Award for Beautician Services for the Escambia County Jail - Paul Nobles, Purchasing Manager, Office of Purchasing

That the Board approve and authorize the County Administrator to sign an Agreement Relating to Beautician Services between Escambia County, Florida, and Velma Cannon, per the terms and conditions of PD 17-18.097, Beautician Services for the Escambia County Jail, for three years with two one-year renewals at the rate of $12.00 per haircut.

[Funding: Fund 111, Detention/Jail Commissary Fund, Cost Center 290406, Object Code 53401]
 
32. 14969   Recommendation Concerning the Funding Allocation for Truth For Youth, Inc., to Hold the 2018 Back On The Blocks Festival - Commissioner Lumon May, District 3

That the Board approve the funding allocation of $1,500 for Truth For Youth, Inc., to hold the 2018 Back On The Blocks Festival, Inc., from Commissioner Lumon May's discretionary money.

[Funding: Fund 001, Discretionary Money, Cost Center 110101, Object Code 58201}
 
33. 14972   Recommendation Concerning the Funding Allocation for the Florida Sports Hall of Fame Enshrinement of 2018 Class - Commissioner Lumon May, District 3

That the Board approve allocating $1,500 from Commissioner Lumon May's discretionary money to sponsor the Florida Sports Hall of Fame Enshrinement of the Class of 2018.

[Funding: Fund 001, Discretionary Money, Cost Center 110101, Object Code 58201]
 
34. 14951   Recommendation Concerning Contract Award for the Sheriff Range Rehabilitation Target System - Paul Nobles, Purchasing Manager, Office of Purchasing

That the Board take the following action:

A. Authorize the single-source Agreement for purchase and installation of equipment identified in PD 17-18.077, Sheriff Range Rehabilitation Targeting System, RFI (Request for Information), in accordance with State of Florida Statute 287-057(3)(c), regarding the exception of single-source commodities or contractual services from competitive solicitation requirements, no responses; and

B. Approve and authorize the County Administrator to sign the Agreement Relating to Sheriff Range Rehabilitation between Action Target, Inc., and Escambia County, PD 17-18.077, Sheriff Range Rehabilitation Targeting System, in the amount of $668,260.

[Funding: Fund 353, LOST IV, Cost Center 540113, Object Code 56301, Project Number 18SH0345]
 
  III. For Discussion
 
1. 14817   Recommendation Concerning State Law Enforcement Trust Fund - Henrique Dias, Chief Financial Officer, Escambia County Sheriff's Office Finance Division

That the Board approve the following allocations of Law Enforcement Trust (LET) Funds, per the requirements of F.S. 932.7055(5) for Outside Agency partners in Escambia County for Fiscal Year 2018/2019:

A. Ferry Pass Middle School, in the amount of $1,000;

B. The Studer Family Children's Hospital at Sacred Heart, in the amount of $5,000;

C. Men's Barn Meeting, Inc., in the amount of $3,000;

D. Pensacola Sports, in the amount of $10,000;

E. WSRE-TV Foundation, Inc., in the amount of $10,000;

F. Tate High School Softball Booster Club, Inc., in the amount of $1,000; and

G. Capstone Adaptive Learning & Therapy Centers, Inc., in the amount of $500.

Upon approval of these funding allocations the Sheriff’s Office will process all appropriate paperwork and submit for payment from LET Funds to the Escambia Clerk of the Circuit Court and Comptroller.

[Funding Source: Fund 121, Law Enforcement Trust Fund, Cost Center 540103, Aids to Private Organizations 58201]
 
2. 14776   Recommendation Concerning Appointments/Reappointments to the Escambia County Contractor Competency Board - Tim Tolbert, Building Official/Department Director

That the Board take the following action concerning appointments/reappointments to the Escambia County Contractor Competency Board:

A. Waive the Board's Policy, Section I, Part B 1.(D), Appointment Policy and Procedures, and reappoint the following two members to serve in lay consumer positions, for a three-year term, effective October 1, 2018 through September 30, 2021:

1. Brian P. Bell, Sr. - Participation Loan Manager, Navy Federal Credit Union; and

2. John H. Matthews - Colonel, United States Army, Retired;

B. Appoint Rebecca Fiorello, retired registered nurse, to serve as a lay consumer, for a three-year term, effective October 1, 2018, through September 30, 2021;

C. Appoint one of the following individuals to serve as a business person, for a three-year term, effective October 1, 2018, through September 30, 2021:

1. David L. Schwartz - Owner/Pool Contractor, Jerry Lee Chemical Company, Retired;

2. Drew C. Dennis - Owner/Residential Contractor, Omega Construction and Design, Inc.;

3. Erwin D. Waters - Owner/General Contractor, Waters General Contractors, Inc.; or

4. Larry Downs, Jr. - Owner/Plumbing Contractor, Larry Downs Jr. Plumbing; and

D. Appoint one of the following individuals to serve in the Architect/Engineer position, for a three-year term, effective October 1, 2018, through September 30, 2021:

1. Gregory F. Stanley - Engineer, International Paper Company;

2. John R. Oglesby - Structural Engineer, John R. Oglesby, P.E.; or

3. Joel N. Cotton - Structural Design, Teacher, Pensacola High School

A Community and Media Relations General Alert, posted August 7, 2018, advising "Appointees Sought for Contractor Competency Board," received one qualifying Application for the lay consumer positions, four qualifying Applications for the business person position, and three qualifying Applications for the architect/engineer position as of the posted deadline of August 24, 2018.
 
3. 14945   Recommendation Concerning Gulf Power Street Lighting Project Contract in the Warrington Redevelopment Area - Tonya Gant, Neighborhood & Human Services Department Director

That the Board take the following action concerning the Gulf Power Street Lighting Project Contract:

A. Approve the Gulf Power Company Contract for Street and General Area Lighting Service Rate Schedule to install 58 LED streetlights along Gulf Beach Highway in the Warrington Redevelopment Area;

B. Approve one of the following payment plans:

1. Pay upfront cost of $94,422.48, which includes one year of energy and maintenance, and thereafter the monthly cost will be $789.79;

OR

2. Pay no upfront cost, and the monthly cost will be $1,948; and

C. Authorize the Chairman to sign the Gulf Power Contract for Street and General Area Lighting Service for a full term of five years and thereafter from year-to-year until terminated by notice to either party by the other party.

[Funding: Fund 151, Warrington CRA TIF, Cost Center 370114]
 
4. 14943   Recommendation Concerning Gulf Power Street Lighting Project Contract in the Palafox Redevelopment Area - Tonya Gant, Neighborhood & Human Services Department Director

That the Board take the following action concerning the Gulf Power Street Lighting Project Contracts:

A. Approve the Gulf Power Company Contract for Street and General Area Lighting Service Rate Schedule to install 32 LED streetlights for the Westernmark Subdivision within the Palafox Redevelopment Area ;

B. Approve one of the following payment plans:

1. Pay upfront cost of $74,259.36, which includes one year of energy and maintenance, and thereafter the monthly cost will be $240.78;

OR

2. Pay no upfront cost, and the monthly cost will be $1,325; and

C. Authorize the Chairman to sign the Gulf Power Contract for Street and General Area Lighting Service for a full term of five years and thereafter from year-to-year until terminated by notice to either party by the other party.

[Funding: Fund 151, Palafox CRA TIF, Cost Center 370115]
 
5. 14950   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]
 
 
COUNTY ATTORNEY'S REPORT
 
  I.   For Action
 
1. 14937   Recommendation Concerning Scheduling an Attorney/Client Session on October 18, 2018 at 8:30 a.m. to Discuss Pending Litigation in the Case of Daniel Smillie, Jr. v. Department of Retirement Management Services and Escambia County, Florida, Case No. R-14-28255-PEN.

That the Board that the following action:

A. Schedule a private meeting with its attorneys to discuss pending litigation in accordance with Section 286.01(8), Fla. Stat. for October 18, 2018 at 8:30 a.m.; and

B. Approve the public notice below to be advertised in the Pensacola News Journal on Saturday, October 6, 2018.

PUBLIC NOTICE
IT IS THE INTENTION of the Board of County Commissioners of Escambia County, Florida, to hold a private meeting with its attorneys to discuss the case of Daniel Smillie, Jr. v. Department of Retirement Management Services and Escambia County, Florida, Case No. R-14-28255-PEN, in accordance with Section 286.01(8), Florida Statutes. Such attorney/client session will be held at 8:30 a.m., on Thursday, October 18, 2018, in the Ernie Lee Magaha Government Building, Board Chambers, 221 Palafox Place, Pensacola, Florida, and is expected to last approximately thirty minutes. Commissioners Jeff Bergosh, Lumon J. May, Douglas B. Underhill, Grover C. Robinson, IV, and Steven L. Barry, County Administrator Jack Brown, County Attorney Alison P. Rogers, and Assistant County Attorney Meredith D. Crawford and a certified court reporter will attend and report the attorney/client session.

 
2. 14936   Recommendation Concerning Scheduling a Special Board Meeting to Conduct an Attorney/Client Session on October 25, 2018 at 9:00 a.m. to Discuss Pending Litigation in the Case of Allen, Clarke, et al. v. A.E. New, Jr., Inc., Caldwell and Associates, Inc., Escambia County, Florida, et al., Case No. 2015 CA 000722, Escambia County Circuit Court.

That the Board take the following action:

A. Schedule a Special Board meeting for the sole purpose of conducting a private meeting with its attorneys to discuss pending litigation in accordance with Section 286.01(8), Fla. Stat. for October 25, 2018 at 9:00 a.m.; and

B. Approve the public notice below to be advertised in the Pensacola News Journal on Saturday, October 13, 2018.
PUBLIC NOTICE

IT IS THE INTENTION of the Board of County Commissioners of Escambia County, Florida, to hold a Special Board meeting for the sole purpose of conducting a private meeting with its attorneys to discuss pending litigation in the case of Allen, Clarke, et al. v. A.E. New, Jr., Inc., Caldwell and Associates, Inc., Escambia County, Florida, et al., Case No. 2015 CA 000722, Escambia County Circuit Court, in accordance with Section 286.01(8), Florida Statutes. The Special Board meeting in which to conduct an attorney/client session will be held at 9:00 a.m., on Thursday, October 25, 2018, in the Ernie Lee Magaha Government Building, Board Chambers, 221 Palafox Place, Pensacola, Florida. Commissioners Jeff Bergosh, Doug B. Underhill, Lumon J. May, Grover C. Robinson, IV, Steven L. Barry, County Administrator Jack Brown, County Attorney Alison P. Rogers, Deputy County Attorney Charles V. Peppler, Lawson Hester, attorneys representing Escambia County in the foregoing litigation and a certified court reporter will attend the attorney/client session.
 
3. 14963   Recommendation Concerning Appointments to the Gulf Consortium

At the request of Commissioner Grover Robinson, that the Board take the following action:

A. Approve Commissioner Grover Robinson to serve out his Chairmanship with the Gulf Consortium and chair the proposed meeting on Thursday, November 29, 2018, in Tampa, Florida, with all travel expenses paid in accordance with the County's policies;

B. Make a finding that Grover Robinson's attendance at the Gulf Consortium meeting serves a public purpose; and

C. Designate Commissioner Doug Underhill to serve as the primary appointee and the District 4 elected commissioner to serve as the alternate on the Gulf Consortium upon completion of Grover Robinson's term.
 
4. 14927   Recommendation Concerning Approval of Settlement of the Case of Kerri Burd as Personal Representative of the Estate of Samuel D. Averheart v. Escambia County, Florida, Case No. 2017 CA 001701, Escambia County Circuit Court

That the Board take the following action:

A. Approve a settlement payment of $125,000.00 (the County would be responsible for $41,666.67 as part of its deductible) to Kerri Burd as Personal Representative of the Estate of Samuel D. Averheart in exchange for the execution of a mediated settlement agreement and general release and that the Estate cooperate in obtaining a dismissal with prejudice of the pending lawsuit; and

B. Ratify the execution of the Mediated Settlement Agreement and General Release by Charles V. Peppler, Deputy County Attorney.
 
5. 14908   Recommendation Concerning the Request for Disposition of Property for the County Attorney's Office.

That the Board approve the Request for Disposition of Property Form for the County Attorney's Office, for property which is described and listed on the Disposition Form, with the reasons for disposition stated. The listed item has been found to be of no further usefulness to the County; thus, it is requested that it be auctioned as surplus or disposed of properly.
 
  II.  For Discussion
 
1. 14953   Recommendation Concerning Authorizing a Resolution Supporting Ft. Pickens Road Remaining Open in the National Seashore.

At the request of Commissioner Grover Robinson, that the Board authorize a Resolution supporting Ft. Pickens Road remaining open in the National Seashore as this road provides connections for both Escambia County citizens and visitors to the amenities of the park.
 
11.   Items added to the agenda.
 
12.   Announcements.
 
13.   Adjournment.
 

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