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AGENDA
Board of County Commissioners
Regular Meeting – November 7, 2019 – 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 two (2) 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 Bender.
 
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. 17046   Proclamation.

Recommendation: That the Board adopt the Proclamation commending and congratulating Ameei Pizzo, a Customer Service Technician in the Tryon Branch of the Library Services Department, on her selection as the "Employee of the Month" for November 2019.
 
7. 17089   Retirement Proclamations.

Recommendation: That the Board adopt the following retirement Proclamations:

A. The Proclamation commending Terry L. Board, Jail Corrections Lieutenant, Corrections Department, on 25 years of service;

B. The Proclamation commending Jacqueline B. French, Senior Office Support Assistant, Building Services Department, on 16 years of service;

C. The Proclamation commending Tonya R. Green, Department Director II, Neighborhood and Human Services Department, on 32 years of service;

D. The Proclamation commending Frank W. Kitt, Road Construction Specialist, Public Works Department, on 16 years of service;

E. The Proclamation commending Shane J. Lewis, Jail Corrections Lieutenant, Corrections Department, on 26 years of service;

F. The Proclamation commending Linda W. McVoy, Senior Administrative Officer I, Library Services, on 34 years of service;

G. The Proclamation commending Lori K. Mosley, Senior Office Support Assistant, Public Works Department, on 35 years of service;

H. The Proclamation commending Larry E. Smith, Master Corrections Officer, Corrections Department, on 21 years of service; and

I. The Proclamation commending Bruce E. Wood, Road Corrections Officer, Corrections Department, on 33 years of service.
 
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. 16604   5:31 p.m. Public Hearing for consideration of the Petition to Vacate a Portion of Unopened Right-of-Way Known as Hollyhill Road, as petitioned by Patrick W. Corkill.

That the Board take the following action concerning the Petition to Vacate a Portion of Unopened Right-of-Way Known as Hollyhill Road:

A. Approve or deny the Petition to Vacate a Portion of Unopened Right-of-Way Known as Hollyhill Road (0.14 acres more or less), as petitioned by Patrick W. Corkill;

B. Accept the Hold/Harmless Agreement;

C. Adopt the Resolution to Vacate; and

D. Authorize the Chairman or Vice Chairman to accept the documents as of the day of delivery of the documents to the Chairman or Vice Chairman, and authorize the Chairman or Vice Chairman to execute them at that time.

The real property mentioned in this Petition to Vacate is located in Commission District 1.
 
10. 16820   5:32 p.m. Public Hearing for consideration of the Petition to Vacate a Portion of an Opened Right-of-Way Known as Beulah Road, as petitioned by Pate Land Development, Inc., represented by its agent, Frank Fabre.

That the Board take the following action concerning the Petition to Vacate a Portion of an Opened Right-of-Way Known as Beulah Road, as petitioned by Pate Land Development, Inc., represented by its agent, Frank Fabre:

A. Approve or deny the Petition to Vacate a Portion of Opened Right-of-Way Known as Beulah Road;

B. Accept the Hold/Harmless Agreement;

C. Adopt the Resolution to Vacate; and

D. Authorize the Chairman or Vice Chairman to accept the documents as of the day of delivery of the documents to the Chairman or Vice Chairman, and authorize the Chairman or Vice Chairman to execute them at that time.

The real property mentioned in this Petition to Vacate is located in Commission District 1.
 
11. 17085  
5:33 p.m. Public Hearing for consideration of amending the Fiscal Year 2019/2020 Budget for the purpose of recognizing prior year Grants and project balances and appropriating these funds for on-going projects.

Recommendation: That the Board take the following action concerning re-budgeting on-going projects that were not completed by the end of Fiscal Year 2018/2019:
A. Conduct the 5:33 p.m. public hearing on November 7, 2019, amending the Fiscal Year 2019/2020 Budget for the purpose of recognizing prior year Grants and project balances and appropriating these funds for on-going projects;
B. Following a public hearing, adopt the Resolution approving Supplemental Budget Amendment #001, General Fund (001), Escambia County Restricted Fund (101), Code Enforcement Fund (103), Mass Transit Fund (104), Tourist Promotion Fund (108), Other Grants & Projects (110), Jail Commissary Fund (111), Disaster Recovery Fund (112), Library Fund (113), Article V Fund (115), Development Review Fees Fund (116), Perdido Beach Mouse Fund (117), Gulf Coast Restoration Fund (118), SHIP Fund (120), Law Enforcement Trust Fund (121), Escambia Affordable Housing Fund (124), CDBG/HUD Entitlement Fund (129), Fire Protection Fund (143), E911 Operations Fund (145), HUD CDBG Housing Rehab Fund (146), Community Redevelopment Fund (151), Bob Sikes Toll Fund (167), Transportation Trust Fund (175), MSBU Assessment Program Fund (177), Drainage Basin Funds (181), Series 2017 Capital Project Fund (311), FTA Capital Fund (320), Local Option Sales Tax III Fund (352), Local Option Sales Tax IV Fund (353), Solid Waste Fund (401), Building Inspection Fund (406), Emergency Services Fund (408), and Internal Service Fund (501), in the amount of $197,330,612.86 to re-budget the funds associated with on-going grants and projects that were not completed by the end of Fiscal Year 2018/2019; and
C. Approve all associated Fiscal Year 2019/2020 purchase orders for projects with existing Purchase Orders.
 
12.   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. 17084   Recommendation Concerning Acceptance of the September 30, 2019 Investment Report.

That the Board accept, for filing with the Board’s Minutes, the Investment Portfolio Summary Report for the month ended September 30, 2019, as required by Ordinance Number 95-13; on September 30, 2019, the portfolio market value was $324,849,160 and portfolio earnings totaled $359,413 for the month. The short term portfolio achieved a yield of 2.13%. The long-term CORE portfolio achieved a yield of 1.76%.
 
2. 17058   Recommendation Concerning Acceptance of a Document for Filing with the Board's Minutes

That the Board accept, for filing with the Board's Minutes, Amendment No. 2 to Agreement No. G0409 between Florida Department of Environmental Protection and Escambia County Board of County Commissioners, based on Board action on July 23, 2015, authorizing the Chairman to sign future Agreement-related documents, pending Legal review and approval, without further action of the Board.
 
3. 17095   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 Gary Sansing Public Forum held October 17, 2019; and

B. Approve the Minutes of the Regular Board Meeting held October 17, 2019.
 
 
GROWTH MANAGEMENT REPORT
 
  I.  Action Item
 
1. 17061  
Recommendation Concerning Final Plat Antietam Phase 2 Permit FP# 19051639

That the Board take the following action concerning recording of Antietam Phase 2, a Planned Unit Development (PUD) of a multi-phase Subdivision of a 58-lot private residential subdivision, located in the Beulah Community, lying north of West Nine Mile Road (U.S. Highway Alternate 90) and west of and connected to Tower Ridge Road. Owned and developed by Antietam (FL) 2015, 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 name “Burnside Loop” and “Cornfield Court”; and

C. Authorize the Chairman or Vice Chairman to execute a Conservation Easement.
 
  II. Consent Agenda
 
1. 17062   Recommendation Concerning the Scheduling of Public Hearing

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

December 5, 2019

5:45 p.m. - A Public Hearing to amend the Official Zoning Map to include the following rezoning case heard by the Planning Board on November 5, 2019.

Case No.: Z-2019-18
Address: 5524 Tamarack Street and 5404 Bellamy Avenue
Property Reference No.: 35-1S-30-3101-000-001 and 35-1S-30-3101-000-000
From: Com, Commercial district (25 du/acre)
To: HC/LI-NA, Heavy Commercial and Light Industrial district, prohibiting the subsequent establishment of any microbreweries, microdistilleries, microwineries, bars, nightclubs, or adult entertainment uses (25 du/acre)
FLU Category: MU-U, Mixed-Use Urban
Commissioner District: 4
Requested by: Wiley C. "Buddy" Page, Agent for Knop Family Trust, Owners
 
 
COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR'S REPORT
 
  I.   Technical/Public Service Consent Agenda
 
1. 17083   Recommendation Concerning the Limited Waiver of the Escambia County Noise Abatement Ordinance for the Portofino Homeowner's Association Fireworks Display - Tim Tolbert, Building Official/Department Director

That the Board review and approve the "Special Event Permit Application" for a limited waiver of the noise restrictions imposed by the Escambia County Noise Abatement Ordinance regarding Pensacola Beach, allowing the number of sound decibels to exceed 70 dbA (sound level measured by taking four sound readings over a continuous 15 minute period, with the four readings taken at approximately equal intervals at or within the property boundary of the receiving land use) for the Portofino HOA fireworks display to be discharged from a floating platform near Portofino Pier on Pensacola Beach on November 16, 2019, from 9:00 p.m., to 9:15 p.m.
 
2. 17032   Recommendation Concerning the Limited Waiver of the Escambia County Noise Abatement Ordinance for the Fireworks Event at Pensacola Christian College - Tim Tolbert, Building Official/Department Director

That the Board review and approve the “Special Event Permit Application” for a limited waiver of the noise restrictions imposed by the Escambia County Noise Abatement Ordinance, for a Fireworks Event to be held at Pensacola Christian College, specifically at 250 Brent Lane, Pensacola, Florida 32503, with the fireworks display presented by Pyrotecnico Fireworks, Inc., on Saturday, December 7, 2019, from 8:45 p.m., to 9:05 p.m.
 
3. 17017   Recommendation Concerning Reappointments to the Board of Electrical Examiners - Tim Tolbert, Building Official, Department Director

That the Board take the following action concerning two appointments to the Board of Electrical Examiners:

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

B. Reappoint John D. Scapin, II, electrical contractor, and James E. Simmons, electrical contractor, for three-year terms, retroactive to October 1, 2019, through September 30, 2022.

A Community and Media Relations General Alert, posted September 19, 2019, advising "Appointees Sought for Board of Electrical Examiners" received no responses as of the posted deadline of October 3, 2019. The current appointees have indicated that they wish to continue serving on the Board.
 
4. 17016   Recommendation Concerning a Reappointment to the Building Services Department Inspections Fund Advisory Board - Tim Tolbert, Building Official/Department Director

That the Board take the following action concerning a reappointment 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 Thomas Henry, Building Contractor, Thomas Home Corporation, for a three-year term, retroactive to October 1, 2019, through September 30, 2022.
 
5. 17015   Recommendation Concerning the Limited Waiver of the Escambia County Noise Abatement Ordinance for the New Year's Eve Fireworks Display to be Discharged from Behind the Flora-Bama Lounge on Perdido Key - Tim Tolbert, Building Official/Department Director

That the Board review and approve the "Special Event Permit Application" for a limited waiver of the noise restrictions imposed by the Escambia County Noise Abatement Ordinance, extending the time to include the New Year's Eve fireworks display, sponsored by the Flora-Bama Lounge and to be discharged from behind the Flora-Bama Lounge on Perdido Key, from 12:00 a.m., to 12:15 a.m., on January 1, 2020.
 
6. 17050   Recommendation Concerning Community Redevelopment Agency Meeting Minutes, October 3, 2019 - Clara Long, Interim Neighborhood & Human Services Department Director

That the Board accept for filing with the Board's Minutes, the October 3, 2019, Community Redevelopment Agency's (CRA) Meeting Minutes, prepared by Melanie Johnson, CRA Administrative Assistant.
 
7. 17027   Recommendation Concerning the Request for Disposition of Property of the Clerk and Comptroller's Office - Pam Childers, Clerk of the Circuit Court and Comptroller

That the Board approve the Request for Disposition of Property Form for the Clerk and Comptroller's Office for property which is described and listed on the Request Form with reason for disposition stated. The items are to be auctioned as surplus or disposed of properly.
 
8. 16948   Recommendation Concerning the Conveyance of a Subordination of County Utility Interests to the Florida Department of Transportation for the State Road 292 Improvement Project - Joy Jones, P.E., Engineering Department Director

That the Board take the following action concerning the conveyance of a subordination of County Utility Interests to the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) for their planned improvement project for the portion of State Road (SR) 292 (Sorrento Road) at the intersection of State Road 292 (Sorrento Road), Innerarity Point Road, and County Road (CR) 292A (Gulf Beach Highway):

A. Adopt the Resolutions authorizing the conveyances of Subordination of County Utility Interests to FDOT, for their planned improvement project for the portion of SR 292 (Sorrento Road), at the intersection of SR 292 (Sorrento Road), Innerarity Point Road and CR 292A (Gulf Beach Highway); and

B. Authorize the Chairman to execute the Subordination of County Utility Interests and the Resolutions related to these conveyances without further action of the Board.

The two parcels are located in Commission District 2.
 
9. 17074   Recommendation Concerning the Scheduling of a Public Hearing for the Crimson Pointe Subdivision Street Lighting Municipal Service Benefit Unit - Stephan Hall, Budget Manager, Management & Budget Services

That the Board authorize the scheduling of a Public Hearing on November 18, 2019, at 9:01 a.m., to consider adoption of an Ordinance creating the Crimson Pointe Subdivision Street Lighting Municipal Services Benefit Unit (MSBU).
 
10. 16941   Recommendation Concerning the Scheduling of a Public Hearing to Consider the Vacation of an Opened Right-of-Way Known as Cameron Lane - Joy Jones, P.E., Engineering Department Director

That the Board schedule a Public Hearing for December 5, 2019, at 5:31 p.m., to consider the Petition to Vacate a private right-of-way known as Cameron Lane, as petitioned by VWSS American, LLC.:

A. Authorize the scheduling of a Public Hearing for December 5, 2019, at 5:31 p.m., to consider the Petition to Vacate a private right-of-way known as Cameron Lane (0.44 acres, more or less), as petitioned by VWSS American, LLC.; and

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

The real property mentioned in this Petition to Vacate is located in Commission District 2.
 
11. 17105   Recommendation Concerning an Appointment to the Merit System Protection Board - Paulette Stallworth, Interim Human Resources Department Director

That the Board approve the appointment of Rafael Lopez to the Board of County Commissioners' seat on the Merit System Protection Board, to serve a two-year term, effective November 7, 2019, through November 6, 2021, to replace Reverend Gene Hudson, whose term expired on September 30, 2019.

Escambia County's Community and Media Relations department posted a General Alert on the County's website from September 20, 2019, through October 4, 2019, to announce that the Board of County Commissioners was seeking Escambia County residents interested in volunteering for appointments to the MSPB. Rafael Lopez's Resume is the only Resume that was received for consideration.
 
12. 17102   Recommendation Concerning a Resolution Supporting the Governor's Proposed Water Quality Legislation - J. Taylor "Chips" Kirschenfeld, Director, Department of Natural Resources Management

That the Board take the following action concerning a Resolution supporting the Governor's proposed Water Quality Legislation:

A. Adopt and authorize the Chairman to sign the Resolution supporting the Governor's proposed legislation to expedite water quality improvements throughout Florida; and

B. Authorize the Clerk's Office to forward a Certified copy of the Resolution to Governor Ron DeSantis; Senator Doug Broxson; Representatives Robert Alexander Andrade and Mike Hill; Secretary Noah Valenstein of the Florida Department of Environmental Protection; Director Shawn Hamilton of the Florida Department of Environmental Protection, Northwest District; and Executive Director Brett Cyphers of the Northwest Florida Water Management District.
 
  II.  Budget/Finance Consent Agenda
 
1. 17051   Recommendation Concerning Residential Rehab Grant Program Funding and Lien Agreements - Clara Long, Interim Neighborhood & Human Services Department Director

That the Board ratify the following November 7, 2019, 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 nine Residential Rehab Grant Program Funding and Lien Agreements:

1. The Agreements between Escambia County CRA and Catherine V. Barron, owner of residential property located at 6224 Vicksburg Drive, Oakfield Redevelopment District, each in the amount of $4,772, representing an in-kind match through the Oakfield Tax Increment Financing (TIF), Fund 151, Cost Center 370121, replacement roof;

2. The Agreements between Escambia County CRA and Joseph R. and Valerie M. Civelli, owners of residential property located at 207 East Camden Road, Ensley Redevelopment District, each in the amount of $5,724, representing an in-kind match through the Ensley Tax Increment Financing (TIF), Fund 151, Cost Center 370119, replacement windows;

3. The Agreements between Escambia County CRA and Cathy L. Cooksey and Sandra A. Jones, owners of residential property located at 225 Payne Road, Warrington Redevelopment District, each in the amount of $6,000, representing an in-kind match through the Warrington Tax Increment Financing (TIF), Fund 151, Cost Center 370114, replacement roof;

4. The Agreements between Escambia County CRA and Margaret A. Cushing, owner of residential property located at 108 South Second Street, Warrington Redevelopment District, each in the amount of $3,746, representing an in-kind match through the Warrington Tax Increment Financing (TIF), Fund 151, Cost Center 370114, replacement windows;

5. The Agreements between Escambia County CRA and Lucas N. Furman, owner of residential property located at 1152 Mills Avenue, Warrington Redevelopment District, each in the amount of $2,375, representing an in-kind match through the Warrington Tax Increment Financing (TIF), Fund 151, Cost Center 370114, sanitary sewer connection;

6. The Agreements between Escambia County CRA and Mary K. Hall and Dustin M. Reeves as Trustee of the Reeves Revocable Family Trust dated June 6, 2019, owners of residential property located at 2117 Eliasberg Ave E (2119), Warrington Redevelopment District, each in the amount of $2,845, representing an in-kind match through the Warrington Tax Increment Financing (TIF), Fund 151, Cost Center 370114, replacement roof;

7. The Agreements between Escambia County CRA and Terry G. and Donna D. Johnson, owners of residential property located at 7003 Dale Street, Oakfield Redevelopment District, each in the amount of $2,650, representing an in-kind match through the Oakfield Tax Increment Financing (TIF), Fund 151, Cost Center 370121, replacement roof;

8. The Agreements between Escambia County CRA and Jessica D. Knodel, owner of residential property located at 6 Elegans Avenue, Barrancas Redevelopment District, each in the amount of $2,675, representing an in-kind match through the Barrancas Tax Increment Financing (TIF), Fund 151, Cost Center 370116, replacement roof;

9. The Agreements between Escambia County CRA and Ernestine Tommasone, owner of residential property located at 1707 North X Street, Brownsville Redevelopment District, each in the amount of $3,619, representing an in-kind match through the Brownsville Tax Increment Financing (TIF), Fund 151, Cost Center 370113, replacement roof; and

B. Authorizing the Chairman to sign the Funding and Lien Agreements and any related documents necessary to implement the Grant awards.
 
2. 17052   Recommendation Concerning the Cancellation of Residential Rehab Grant Program Liens - Clara Long, Interim Neighborhood & Human Services Department Director

That the Board ratify the following November 7, 2019, 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 four Residential Rehab Grant Program Liens, as the Grant recipients have met their one-year of compliance with the Residential Rehab Grant Program:
Property Owners Address Amount
Bama Boyz Properties 17, LLC 1200 Old Corry Field Road $6,000
Brian M. Curley, Trustee for Brian M. Curley Trust 13 Ruberia Avenue $2,025
Maureen McBride 321 Chattman Street $4,143
Patrick D. Penney 126 Rue Max Avenue $4,665

B. Authorizing the Chairman to execute the Cancellation of Lien documents.
 
3. 16991   Recommendation Concerning the Contract Award for CDBG Rehabilitation for 1312 Basin Street - Clara Long, Interim Neighborhood & Human Services Department Director

That the Board take the following action concerning the Contract Award for Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Rehabilitation for 1312 Basin Street:

A. Ratify the signature of the County Administrator on the CDBG Housing Rehabilitation Assistance Program Agreement between Escambia County; McDELT, LLC., Contractor; and Robert I. Smith, Owner; per the terms and conditions of C-R-2019-5, NED CDBG Single Housing Repair for Robert I. Smith, for a base bid of $42,350, plus Option 1 for $800 and Option 2 for $3000, for a total Contract cost of $46,150 for rehabilitation of 1312 Basin Street; and

B. Authorize the issuance of a Purchase Order.

[Funding: Fund 129/2016 CDBG Rehab, Cost Center 370227]
 
4. 17053   Recommendation Concerning Approval to Issue Fiscal Year 2019/2020 Purchase Order to Blue Arbor, Inc. - Clara Long, Interim Neighborhood & Human Services Department Director

That the Board authorize the issuance of a Fiscal Year 2019/2020 Purchase Order to Blue Arbor, Inc., PD Number 17-18.055, in the amount of $45,000, for temporary labor services for the Neighborhood and Human Services Department at the Brownsville and Ebonwood Community Centers for Afterschool and Summer Youth Programs.

[Funding: Fund 353, NHS Community Centers, LOST IV, Cost Center 370107, Project Code 19NH0389]
 
5. 16786   Recommendation Concerning Residential Income-Based Roof Improvement Program - Clara Long, Interim Neighborhood & Human Services Department Director

That the Board take the following action concerning a new Residential Income-Based Roof Improvement Program under the Neighborhood & Human Services Department/Community Redevelopment Agency:

A. Approve the Residential Income-Based Roof Improvement Program that will assist income qualifying homeowners to perform retrofit improvements to roof sheathing and roof coverings, strengthening of roof deck attachments, and other minor roof repairs; and

B. Authorize the County Attorney's office to prepare a 5-year Lien Agreement for the Residential Roof Improvement Program based on income eligible homeowners in the CRA areas, subject to Legal review and sign-off as to form and legal sufficiency to bring back to the Board for approval.

[Funding: Fund 151, CRA TIF Funds]
 
6. 17065   Recommendation Concerning the Extension of the Interlocal Agreement between Escambia County, Florida, and the Santa Rosa Island Authority for Animal Control Officer Services on Santa Rosa Island - John Robinson, Division Manager, Animal Services

That the Board approve the extension of the Interlocal Agreement between Escambia County, Florida, and the Santa Rosa Island Authority, relating to Animal Control Officer Services on Santa Rosa Island for one 12-month term.

[Funding: Fund 001, General Fund, Cost Center 250207, Account 51201]
 
7. 17093   Recommendation Concerning the Acceptance of the Florida Department of Law Enforcement Funding Assistance to Support a Residential Substance Abuse Treatment Program for Escambia County Corrections, in the Amount of $75,000 - William R. Powell, Director of Corrections

That the Board take the following action concerning the Application for support of a Residential Substance Abuse Treatment (RSAT) Program for Escambia County Corrections, in the amount of $75,000:

A. Approve the acceptance of the residential substance abuse treatment subgrant award, in the amount of $75,000, related to the Fiscal Year 2018-2019 residential substance abuse treatment project. This Grant requires a 25% match ($25,000) that will be paid from existing department funds. This Grant will be utilized to support the implementation of a residential substance abuse treatment program within Escambia County Corrections;

B. Authorize the Chairman to sign the Certificate of Acceptance of Federal Funding; and

C. Authorize the Chairman, as the County's authorized official, to execute any Amendments or other related documents as may be required for the Residential Substance Abuse Treatment (RSAT) Program.
 
8. 17094   Recommendation Concerning Authorization to Take Action Regarding Defaulted Contracts for Reimbursement of Training Expenses - William R. Powell, Director of Corrections

That the Board take the following action concerning authorization for legal action related to defaulted Contracts for reimbursements of training expenses:

A. Authorize the County Attorney's Office to file a small claims case against Jonathan Bentley, related to the default of his respective Contracts for reimbursement of training expenses; and

B. Authorize the County Attorney's Office to prepare, and the Chairman to sign, all documents related to the aforementioned action.
 
9. 17044   Recommendation Concerning the Approval of Fiscal Year 2019/2020 Purchase Orders, in excess of $25,000, for the Corrections Department, Community Corrections Division - William Powell, Director of Corrections

That the Board, for Fiscal Year 2019/2020, approve the issuance of blanket and/or individual Purchase Orders, in excess of $25,000, based upon previously awarded Contracts, Contractual Agreements, or annual requirements for the Corrections Department, Community Corrections Division as follows:

Vendor/Contractor Amount Contract Number
PharmChem, Inc.
Vendor Number: 423720
Drug Screening Services

Fund: 001 (General)
Cost Center: 290307 (Pre-Trial Release)
$30,000 No contract, awarded
in Vendor Registry by quote.

Only one quote submitted.
 
10. 17076   Recommendation Concerning the Issuance of a Purchase Order to Safe Lawn, Inc., for Groundskeeping at Perdido Landfill and Palafox Transfer Station - Patrick T. Johnson, Waste Services Department Director

That the Board take the following action concerning a Purchase Order to Safe Lawn, Inc., for Groundskeeping at Perdido Landfill and Palafox Transfer Station:

A. Authorize the issuance of a Purchase Order to Safe Lawn, Inc., in the amount of $31,075, for groundskeeping at Perdido Landfill and Palafox Transfer Station, per the terms provided in the Groundskeeping Scope of Work, for Fiscal Year 2019-2020; and

B. Authorize the County Administrator to sign the Purchase Order.

This request for quotations was emailed to 166 registrants in Vendor Registry, representing 99 firms. 51 firms opened and viewed the request for quotations. At closing on 09/27/2019, 12:00 P.M., 5 quotations had been received, with 3 registered through Vendor Registry and 2 Hand Delivered.

[Funding:
Fund 401, Solid Waste Fund; Cost Centers 230314, SW Operations; Object Code 53401, Other Contractual Services; $27,025; and
Fund 401, Solid Waste Fund; Cost Centers 230307, SW Transfer Station; Object Code 53401, Other Contractual Services; $4,050]
 
11. 17047   Recommendation Concerning the Issuance of a Purchase Order to RBK Security Services, Inc., d/b/a Signal 88 Security, for Site Security Patrol Services at Perdido Landfill and Palafox Transfer Station - Patrick T. Johnson, Waste Services Department Director

That the Board take the following action concerning the issuance of a Purchase Order to RBK Security Services, Inc., d/b/a Signal 88 Security, to provide Site Security Patrol Services at Perdido Landfill and Palafox Transfer Station:

A. Authorize the issuance of a Purchase Order to RBK Security Services, Inc., d/b/a/ Signal 88 Security, in the amount of $30,000, for Site Security Patrol Services at Perdido Landfill and Palafox Transfer Station, for Fiscal Year 2019-2020; and

B. Authorize the County Administrator to sign the Purchase Order.

This request for quotations was emailed to 45 registrants in Vendor Registry representing 22 Firms; 13 Firms opened and viewed the quotation request. Only one response was received.

[Funding:
Fund 401, Solid Waste Fund; Cost Center 230307, SW Transfer Station; Object Code 53401, Other Contractual Services; $6,000; and
Fund 401, Solid Waste Fund; Cost Center 230314, SW Operations, Object Code 53401, Other Contractual Services; $24,000]
 
12. 16979   Recommendation Concerning Authorization to Take Action Regarding Defaulted Contracts for Reimbursement of Training Expenses - John Dosh, Interim Public Safety Department Director

That the Board take the following action concerning authorization for legal action related to defaulted Contracts for reimbursement of Paramedic School expenses:

A. Authorize the County Attorney's Office to file a small claims case against James Kenealy related to the default of his respective Contract for reimbursement of training expenses; and

B. Authorize the County Attorney's Office to prepare, and the Chairman to sign, all documents related to the aforementioned action.
 
13. 17034   Recommendation Concerning the Interlocal Agreement Between the Escambia County School Board and Escambia County, Florida, Relating to Public Sheltering Facilities - John S. Dosh, Interim Public Safety Department Director

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

A. Approve the Interlocal Agreement between the Escambia County School Board and Escambia County, Florida, outlining operational and financial roles and responsibilities related to the mobilization of hurricane shelter(s) on various School District campuses that will be effective upon filing with Clerk of the Circuit Court of Escambia County, Florida, and will automatically renew unless terminated by either party with 30 days' written notice; and

B. Authorize the Chairman or Vice Chairman to execute the Interlocal Agreement.
 
14. 17054   Recommendation Concerning Fiscal Year 2019-2020 State Financial Assistance Recipient Agreement, in the Amount of $34,480, with the Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services, for the Mosquito Control Division - J. Taylor "Chips" Kirschenfeld, Director, Department of Natural Resources Management

That the Board approve and authorize the Chairman to sign the Fiscal Year 2019-2020 State Financial Assistance Recipient Agreement (FDACS Contract #026485), in the amount of $34,480, with the Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services (FDACS), Division of Administration, for the Mosquito Control Division.

[Funding: Fund 106, Mosquito and Arthropod Control, Cost Center 220703, M & A State One Funds]
 
15. 17071   Recommendation Concerning Approval to Issue a Fiscal Year 2019-2020 Purchase Order Totaling $25,000 or Greater - Paulette Stallworth, Interim Human Resources Department Director

That the Board approve the issuance of a Fiscal Year 2019-2020 Purchase Order and/or Blanket Purchase Order from a previously awarded or approved annual requirement Contract or Contractual Agreement for the Human Resources Department:

Vendor/Contractor

Not-To-Exceed Amount
Contract
Behavioral Health Systems, Inc.
Vendor #: 022516
Employee Assistance Program
Cost Center: 150106
Counseling Services
$35,000 PD 16-17.049

[Funding: Fund 501, Worker’s Compensation, Health and Life Funds]
 
16. 17086   Recommendation Concerning Change Order 1 to Purchase Order 109622 to Blue Cross Blue Shield of Florida - Paulette Stallworth, Interim Human Resources Department Director

That the Board approve and authorize the County Administrator to execute and ratify the following Change Order 1, in excess of $50,000, to Blue Cross Blue Shield of Florida, adding funds for medical claims for the County’s Self- Funded Health Insurance Plan:

Department: Human Resources
Division: Benefits
Type: Addition
Amount: $167,727
Vendor: Blue Cross/Blue Shield of Florida
Purchase Order: 190622
Change Order: 1
Original Award Amount: $22,536,564
Change Order #1 as requested: $167,727
Total: $22,704,291

[Funding Source: Fund 501, Internal Service Fund, Cost Center 150108, Object Code 54501]
 
17. 17035   Recommendation Concerning the Issuance of Fiscal Year 2019-2020 Purchase Orders, in excess of $25,000, for the Mass Transit Department - Tonya Ellis, Interim Mass Transit Department Director

That the Board, for the Fiscal Year 2019/2020, approve the issuance of blanket and/or individual Purchase Orders, in excess of $25,000, for the Fiscal Year 2019-2020, based upon previously awarded Contracts, Contractual Agreements, or annual requirements, for the Mass Transit Department:

Vendor/Contractor Amount Contract Number
A. American Facilities
Vendor Number: 012106
Contract Custodial Services for Mass Transit Buildings

Fund: 104 (Mass Transit)
Cost Center: 320401 (Mass Transit Operations)
$34,080 PD 17-18.014
B. Bosso's Uniform
Vendor Number: 025101
Bus Operator Uniforms

Fund: 104 (Mass Transit)
Cost Centers: 320401 (Mass Transit Operations)
$30,000 Blanket Purchase Order - Preferred Vendor
C. G&S Holdings
Vendor Number: 050992

Vehicle Parts

Fund: 104 (Mass Transit)
Cost Center: 320407 (Mass Transit Fleet Maintenance)
$25,000 Blanket Purchase Order - Preferred Vendor
D. Imperial Supplies
Vendor Number:423653
Misc. Shop Supplies

Fund: 104 (Mass Transit)
Cost Center: 320407 (Mass Transit Fleet Maintenance)
$25,000 Blanket Purchase Order - Preferred Vendor
E. Key Ford (World Ford)
Vendor Number: 233900
Vehicle Parts

Fund: 104 (Mass Transit)
Cost Center: 320404 (Mass Transit Outside Fleet Maintenance)
$30,000 Blanket Purchase Order - Preferred Vendor
F. Grainger
Vendor Number: 072015

Shop Supplies, Safety Supplies

Fund: 104 (Mass Transit)
Cost Center: 320407 (Mass Transit Fleet Maintenance)
$25,000 Blanket Purchase Order - Preferred Vendor

[Funds are available in the Budget under Mass Transit Fund (104), Cost Center 320401 Mass Transit Operations, and Cost Center 320404 Mass Transit Outside Fleet Maintenance.]
 
18. 16877   Recommendation Concerning the Contract Award for ADA Modifications to Escambia County Facilities, Task 2A - Meredith Reeves, Division Manager, Neighborhood Enterprise; Robert Dye, Interim Director, Facilities; and 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 Emerald Coast Constructors, Inc., per the terms and conditions of PD 18-19.084, ADA Modifications to Escambia County Facilities, Task 2A, in the total amount of $157,100.

[Funding: Fund 129/2017 CDBG Other Activities, Cost Center 370231; Object Code 54601, Repairs and Maintenance]

An Invitation to Bid for project PD 18-19.084, Escambia County ADA Modifications Task 2A was publicly noticed via Vendor Registry to 99 registered individuals representing 84 firms. The solicitation was viewed by 43 firms and downloaded by 28.

NON-ADA COMPLIANT DOCUMENTS TO BE DISTRIBUTED UNDER SEPARATE COVER:
  • Original Solicitation
  • Bid Tab Under Review
  • Bid Distribution List
  • Bid Analytics
  • Bid Response from Emerald Coast Constructors, Inc.
  • Agreement with Exhibits
 
19. 16892   Recommendation Concerning the Contract Award for Inmate Telephone System for Escambia County Jail - William R. Powell, Director of Corrections, and Paul Nobles, Purchasing Manager, Office of Purchasing

That the Board approve and authorize the County Administrator to sign the Revenue Agreement between Escambia County, Florida, and Global Tel*Link Corporation, per the terms and conditions of PD 18-19.075, Inmate Telephone System for Escambia County Jail, for a period of three years, with up to two one-year renewal options, with the total percent of revenue to the County of 88%.

[Funding: Fund 111, Detention/Jail Commissary; Revenue Account 342302]

PD 18-19.075, Inmate Telephone System for Escambia County Jail, was publicly noticed via Vendor Registry to 63 registrants representing 44 firms. A total of 41 firms viewed the solicitation and the solicitation was downloaded by a total of 33 firms.

NON-ADA COMPLIANT DOCUMENTS TO BE DISTRIBUTED UNDER SEPARATE COVER:
  • Original Solicitation with Addenda
  • Register of Proposers
  • Bid Response from Global Tel*Link Corporation
  • Short-List Score Sheets
  • Final Ranking Score Sheets
  • Bid Distribution List
  • Bid Analytics
  • Agreement with Exhibits
 
20. 17041   Recommendation Concerning the Purchase of Four Nissan Frontiers for Building Services - Tim Tolbert, Department Director, Building Services, and Paul Nobles, Purchasing Manager, Office of Purchasing

That the Board approve and authorize the County Administrator to sign the Purchase Order to Alan Jay Chevrolet Cadillac, Inc. d/b/a Alan Jay Chevrolet Buick GMC (Vendor 091476), for four Nissan Frontiers for Building Services, per the terms and conditions of solicitation PD 18-19.113, Four Nissan Frontiers for Building Services, with a per-unit price of $24,986, and the total price for four units being $99,944.

A quote was requested by the Building Services Department from Alan Jay Chevrolet Cadillac, Inc. d/b/a Alan Jay Chevrolet Buick GMC (Vendor 091476). A quote was provided based on pricing from the Florida State Term Contract 25100000-18-1.

In an effort to encourage competition from local businesses, this vehicle purchase was publicly noticed via Vendor Registry on September 19, 2019, to 19 registrants representing 16 firms. The solicitation was viewed by eight firms and downloaded by four firms.

Only one sealed bid was received, and it was from a non-local dealer with a higher price than the one provided by Alan Jay Chevrolet on State Contract. Alan Jay Chevrolet provided the lowest total price of $99,944 for the four units.

[Funding: Fund 406, Cost Center 250109/250111 Building Services/Building Inspection Admin, Object Code 56401, Machinery and Equipment]

NON-ADA COMPLIANT DOCUMENTS TO BE DISTRIBUTED UNDER SEPARATE COVER:
  • Original Solicitation
  • Quote from Alan Jay Chevrolet Cadillac, Inc. d/b/a Alan Jay Chevrolet Buick GMC (Vendor 091476)
  • Bid Distribution List
  • Bid Analytics
  • Recommendation to Award Determination Checklist
 
21. 17031   Recommendation Concerning the Contract Award for Re-Solicitation Waste Tire Removal and Recycling/Disposal Services for the Escambia County Waste Service Waste Tire Collection Center - 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 Little Tire Hauling, Inc., per the terms and conditions of solicitation PD 18-19.108, Re-Solicitation Waste Tire Removal and Recycling/Disposal Services for the Escambia County Waste Service Waste Tire Collection Center, for a period of one year, with options for up to two additional one-year renewals, for a total of 36 months, effective upon execution of the Agreement for an indefinite quantity, indefinite amount of $80 per ton.

[Funding: Fund 401, Solid Waste Fund; Cost Center 230306, Recycling; Object Code 53401, Other Contractual Services]

This solicitation was issued to 85 registrants in Vendor Registry representing 63 firms, 19 firms viewed the solicitation and 14 firms downloaded the solicitation. Two bid responses were received.

NON-ADA COMPLIANT DOCUMENTS TO BE DISTRIBUTED UNDER SEPARATE COVER:
1. Solicitation
2. Bid Tab Under Review
3. Bid Tab Recommendation to Award
4. Recommendation to Award Checklist
5. Bid Distribution List
6. Bid Analytics
7. Agreement with Exhibits
 
22. 16982   Recommendation Concerning the Amendment and Assignment of Agreement, PD 02-03.079, Professional Services as Governed by Florida Statute 287.055 - Joy Jones, P.E., Engineering Department Director, Through Paul Nobles, Purchasing Manager, Office of Purchasing

That the Board approve and authorize the County Administrator to execute the Amendment and Assignment of Agreement for Professional Consulting Services between Escambia County, Florida, and Jehle-Halstead, Inc., to McKim & Creed, Inc., providing for an administrative change to:

A. PD 11-12.030, Beach Haven Northeast Drainage and Sanitary Sewer Project; and

B. PD 15-16.049, Design Services CR 295A (Old Corry) Sidewalk Project,

Assigning all of the rights and obligations of Jehle-Halstead, Inc., to McKim & Creed, Inc.

NON ADA COMPLIANT DOCUMENTS TO BE DISTRIBUTED UNDER SEPARATE COVER:
Amendment and Assignment of Agreement for Professional Consulting Services (PD 11-12.030)
Amendment and Assignment of Agreement for Professional Consulting Services (PD 15-16.049)
 
23. 17080   Recommendation Concerning the Issuance of Fiscal Year 2019/2020 Purchase Orders, in Excess of $25,000, for the Engineering Department - Joy Jones, P.E., Engineering Department Director

That the Board, for Fiscal Year 2019/2020, approve the issuance of blanket and/or individual Purchase Orders in excess of $25,000, based upon previously-awarded Contracts, Contractual Agreements or annual requirements for the Engineering Department:

Vendor/Contractor Amount Contract Number
Cellco Partnership dba Verizon Wireless
Fund: 175 (Transportation Trust Fund)
Cost Center: 211101 ($1,000)
Cost Center: 211602 ($13,200)
Cost Center: 211201 ($16,500)
$30,700 General Services Administration
Federal Supply Service
Authorized Federal Supply Schedule Pricelist
GSA Schedule 70: Contract GS-35F-0119P
 
24. 17039   Recommendation Concerning the Approval to Issue a Fiscal Year 2019/2020 Purchase Order, in Excess of $25,000, to Miovision Technologies - Joy Jones, P.E., Engineering Department Director

That the Board authorize the issuance of a Fiscal Year 2019/2020 Purchase Order to Miovision Technologies, in the amount of $36,000, for the TrafficLink Signal Communications, Traffic Operations, and Performance Software.

[Funding: Fund 175, Transportation Trust Fund, Cost Center 211201 Transportation and Traffic Operations, Object Code 55201]
 
25. 17063  
Recommendation Concerning the Reallocation of Capital Improvement Program Funds - Joy Jones, P.E., Engineering Department Director

That the Board approve the reallocation of funds as indicated below:

FROM TO FUND DISTRICT PROJECT NAME AMOUNT
A FY 2021 FY 2020 353 3 Chemstrand Road (South) Sidewalks $1,000,000
B FY 2022 FY 2020 353 5 Chemstrand Road (Central) Sidewalks $1,000,000
C FY 2021 FY 2020 353 5 Old Chemstrand Road/County Road 95A $300,000
D N/A FY 2020 353 9 ADA Upgrades for Compliance $100,000
E Various FY 2020 352 9 Bob Sikes Bridge Rehabilitation $478,584
F FY 2020 FY 2020 108 9 Bob Sikes Bridge Rehabilitation $681,416
TOTAL $3,560,000

[Funding Sources are indicated below:
Fund 353, Local Option Sales Tax (LOST) IV, Cost Center 210106, Transportation and Drainage $2,400,000 (Items A-D)
Fund 352, Local Option Sales Tax (LOST) III, Various Cost Centers, $478,584 (Item E)
Fund 108, Tourist Development Tax Reserves, Cost Center 360101, $665,613 (Item F)]
 
26. 16947   Recommendation Concerning a Change Order on Contract PD 17-18.068, South Old Corry Field Road Bridge Replacement and Sidewalk and Drainage Project to Roads, Inc. of NWF - Joy Jones, P.E., Engineering Department Director

That the Board approve and authorize the County Administrator to execute the following Change Order to Roads, Inc. of NWF, in the amount of $112,739.62, on Contract PD 17-18.068, South Old Corry Field Road Bridge Replacement and Sidewalk and Drainage Project:

Department: Engineering
Division: Construction Management
Type: Addition
Amount: $112,739.62
Vendor: Roads, Inc. of NWF
Project Name: South Old Corry Field Road Bridge Replacement and Sidewalk and Drainage Project
Contract: PD 17-18.068
PO#: 181437
CO#: 4
Change Order 1 ($452,846.58) Owner Direct Purchase
Change Order 2 $5,427.30 Adds Junction Box and pipe for utility conflict
Change Order 3 Time Only
Change Order 4 $112,739.62 CRA request for additional lighting and irrigation
Original Contract Amount: $3,406,316.92
Cumulative Amount of Change Orders Through this CO: ($334,679.66)
New Contract Amount: $3,071,637.26

[Funding Source: Fund 151 Community Redevelopment, Cost Center 370114 CRA Warrington, Object Code 56301]

This project is located in Commission District 2.
 
27. 17059   Recommendation Concerning Issuance of a Purchase Order to Dynamic Security, Inc., for Security Services - Kayla Blanchard, Administrative Services Manager

That the Board authorize and approve the issuance of a Purchase Order to Dynamic Security, Inc., in the amount of $458,000, for the purchase of security services to be utilized at entrances to the M.C. Blanchard Judicial Building and the Theodore Bruno Juvenile Justice Center. Dynamic Security, Inc., is the current provider of security services at both locations.

This purchase will not impact the General Revenue Fund.

[Funding: Fund 115, Court Security, Article V, Cost Center 410505, Object Code 53401, Other Contractual Services]
 
28. 17101   Recommendation Concerning the Funding for Water and Youth Safety Pensacola - "Project Life Rings" - Commissioner Jeff Bergosh, District 1

That the Board approve the funding of $2500 to Water and Youth Safety Pensacola - "Project Life Rings", from Commissioner Jeff Bergosh's discretionary funds.

[Funding: Fund 001, General Fund, Board of County Commissioners' Discretionary Money, Cost Center 110101, Object Code 58201]
 
29. 17091   Recommendation Concerning the Funding Allocation from the District 1 Discretionary Funds for the Epps Christian Center Ministries for Their Thanksgiving Meal for the Community - Commissioner Jeff Bergosh, District 1

That the Board approve the Funding Allocation of $500 from Commissioner Jeff Bergosh's discretionary funds, for the Epps Christian Center Ministries to support their Thanksgiving Meal for the Community.

[Funding: Fund 001, General Fund, Board of County Commissioners' Discretionary Money, Cost Center 110101, Object Code 58201]
 
30. 17090   Recommendation Concerning a Funding Allocation from the District 4 Discretionary Funds for Epps Christian Ministries in support of Their Thanksgiving Meal for the Community - Commissioner Robert Bender, District 4

That the Board approve a funding allocation, in the amount of $1,000, from Commissioner Robert Bender's discretionary funds to Epps Christian 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]
 
31. 17096   Recommendation Concerning the Funding Allocation to Epps Christian Center - Commissioner Lumon May, District 3

That the Board approve the Funding Allocation of $500 from Commissioner Lumon May’s Discretionary Fund to sponsor Epps Christian Center Ministries annual Thanksgiving Meal.

[Funding: Fund 001, Discretionary Money, Cost Center 110101, Object Code 58201]
 
32. 17097   Recommendation Concerning the Funding Allocation to Pine Forest High School Boys Basketball - Commissioner Lumon May, District 3.

That the Board approve the Funding Allocation of $500 from Commissioner Lumon May’s Discretionary Fund to sponsor the Pine Forest High School Boys Basketball Team.

[Funding: Fund 001, Discretionary Money, Cost Center 110101, Object Code 58201]
 
33. 17098   Recommendation Concerning the Funding Allocation to Washington High School Boys’ Basketball - Commissioner Lumon May, District 3

That the Board approve the Funding Allocation of $1,000 from Commissioner Lumon May’s Discretionary Fund to sponsor the Washington High School Boys’ Basketball Team.

[Funding: Fund 001, Discretionary Money, Cost Center 110101, Object Code 58201]
 
34. 17099   Recommendation Concerning the Funding Allocation to the Northview Softball Team - Commissioner Steven Barry, District 5

That the Board approve the funding allocation of $2,000, to be funded from Commissioner Steven Barry's Discretionary Fund, for the Northview Softball Team, and approve the Purchase Order for this purpose.
 
35. 17081   Recommendation Concerning a Purchase Order to Blue Arbor - Janice Gilley, County Administrator

That the Board approve a Purchase Order to Blue Arbor in the amount of $60,000 to cover temporary staffing assistance to the following departments: County Administration, Veteran's Services, Community and Media Relations.
 
36. 16900   Recommendation Concerning the Surplus and Sale of County-Owned Real Property Located at 7700 Block Pontiac Drive - Stephan Hall, Budget Manager, Management and Budget Services

That the Board take the following action concerning the surplus and sale of County-owned real property located at 7700 Block Pontiac Drive:

A. Upon written request by the County Administrator, authorize the County Attorney's Office to take such action necessary to evict occupants of the County-owned property;

B. Declare surplus the Board's real property at 7700 Block Pontiac Drive located in District 1; Account #: 10-1685-000; Reference #: 37-2S-31-4101-260-002; Property Appraiser's current assessed value: $1;

C. Make a factual determination, in accordance with Section 46.131 of the Escambia Code of Ordinances, that (1) the value of the property is $15,000 or less, as determined by the records of the Escambia County Property Appraiser, and (2) the size, shape, location, and value of the property would make it of use to only one or more adjacent property owners;

D. Offer this property by private sale to the adjacent property owners, and authorize the sale of the property to the bidder with the highest offer received at or above $500, without further action of the Board. This property has been reviewed by County departments and it has been determined that the County does not have a need for this property; and

E. Authorize the County Attorney's Office to prepare, and the Chairman to sign, all documents related to the sale of this property, without further action of the Board.
 
37. 16901   Recommendation Concerning the Surplus and Sale of A Portion of County-Owned Real Property Located at 500 Block East Ten Mile Road - Stephan Hall, Budget Manager, Management and Budget Services

That the Board take the following action concerning the surplus and sale of a portion of County-owned real property located at 500 Block East Ten Mile Road:

A. Upon written request by the County Administrator, authorize the County Attorney's Office to take such action necessary to evict occupants of the County-owned property;

B. Declare surplus the portion of the Board's real property, located at 500 Blk East Ten Mile Road (as shown on the Boundary Survey - Exhibit A), located in District 5; Account #:11-1013-000; Reference #: 23-1N-30-3304-000-000; Property Appraiser's current assessed value: $21,955;

C. Authorize an appraisal be performed to determine the current market value of the property;

D. Authorize the sale of the property to the bidder with the highest offer received at or above the minimum bid, which will be set at the appraised value. It has been determined that the County does not have a need for this property; and

E. Authorize the County Attorney's Office to prepare, and the Chairman to sign, all documents related to the sale of this property, without further action of the Board.
 
38. 17028   Recommendation Concerning the Surplus and Sale of County-Owned Real Property Located at 1820 North 60th Avenue - Stephan Hall, Budget Manager, Management and Budget Services

That the Board take the following action concerning the surplus and sale of County-owned real property located at 1820 North 60th Avenue:

A. Upon written request by the County Administrator, authorize the County Attorney's Office to take such action necessary to evict occupants of the County-owned property;

B. Declare surplus the Board's real property at 1820 North 60th Avenue, located in District 2; Account #: 05-4317-000; Reference #: 14-2S-30-6000-000-014; Property Appraiser's current assessed value: $22,440;

C. Authorize the sale of the property to the bidder with the highest offer received at or above the minimum bid, which will be set at the Property Appraiser's current assessed value. It has been determined that the County does not have a need for this property; and

D. Authorize the County Attorney's Office to prepare, and the Chairman to sign, all documents related to the sale of this property, without further action of the Board.
 
39. 17029   Recommendation Concerning the Surplus and Sale of a Portion of County-Owned Real Property Located at Merritt Street - Stephan Hall, Budget Manager, Management and Budget Services

That the Board take the following action concerning the surplus and sale of a portion of County-owned real property located at Merritt Street:

A. Upon written request by the County Administrator, authorize the County Attorney's Office to take such action necessary to evict occupants of the County-owned property;

B. Declare surplus the portion of the Board's real property, located at Merritt Street (as shown on the Boundary Survey - Exhibit A), located in District 2; Account #: 08-1366-000; Reference #: 50-2S-30-5090-014-001; Property Appraiser's current assessed value: $2,100;

C. Authorize the sale of the property to the bidder with the highest offer received at or above the minimum bid, which will be set at the Property Appraiser's current assessed value. It has been determined that the County does not have a need for this property; and

D. Authorize the County Attorney's Office to prepare, and the Chairman to sign, all documents related to the sale of this property, without further action of the Board.
 
40. 17087   Recommendation Concerning the Surplus and Sale of County-Owned Real Property Located at 102 Madrid Road - Stephan Hall, Budget Manager, Management and Budget Services

That the Board take the following action concerning the surplus and sale of County-owned real property located at 102 Madrid Road:

A. Upon written request by the County Administrator, authorize the County Attorney's Office to take such action necessary to evict occupants of the County-owned property;

B. Declare surplus the Board's real property at 102 Madrid Road, located in District 5; Account #: 11-2738-500; Reference #: 09-1N-31-1000-345-004; Property Appraiser's current assessed value: $11,400;

C. Authorize the sale of the property to the bidder with the highest offer received at or above the minimum bid, which will be set at the Property Appraiser's current assessed value. It has been determined that the County does not have a need for this property; and

D. Authorize the County Attorney's Office to prepare, and the Chairman to sign, all documents related to the sale of this property, without further action of the Board.
 
41. 17088   Recommendation Concerning the Surplus and Sale of An Unopened Section of Denton Road Depicted in the Survey Dated May 10, 2019 - Stephan Hall, Budget Manager, Management and Budget Services

That the Board take the following action concerning the surplus and sale of an unopened section of Denton Road depicted in the survey dated May 10, 2019:

A. Upon written request by the County Administrator, authorize the County Attorney's Office to take such action necessary to evict occupants of the unopened section of Denton Road depicted by the survey dated May 10, 2019;

B. Declare surplus the unopened section of Denton Road depicted in the survey dated May 10, 2019;

C. Make a factual determination, in accordance with Section 46.131 of the Escambia County Code of Ordinances, that (1) the property is of insufficient size and shape to be issued a building permit for any type of development to be constructed on, (2) the value of the property is $15,000 or less, and (3) the parcel is of use to only one or more adjacent property owners;

D. Authorize this property to be offered via private sale to the adjacent property owners, and authorize sale of the property to the bidder with the highest offer received at or above $7,492, as calculated by Engineering staff, without further action of this Board. Engineering asked internal staff to review the potential sale of this parcel and there were no objections. The successful bidder will pay all closing costs; and

E. Authorize the County Attorney's Office to prepare, and the Chairman to sign, all documents related to the sale of this property, without further action of the Board.
 
42. 17033   Recommendation Concerning an Agreement with Gulf Coast Kid's House, Inc., for Child Protection Team Services - Stephan Hall, Budget Manager, 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 $135,000, effective upon the date last executed by the parties and expiring on September 30, 2020, to fund medical examinations of allegedly abused, abandoned, or neglected children, at the 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 2019/2020, in the event the cost of medical examinations exceeds the previously appropriated sum.

[Funding: Fund 001, General Fund, Cost Center 110201, Account 58234].
 
  III. For Discussion
 
1. 17043   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 2019/2020:

A. Escambia High School, in the amount of $1,000;

B. Gonzalez UMC Child Enrichment Center, in the amount of $1,000;

C. Pensacola Children's Business Fair, in the amount of $2,000;

D. Big Brothers Big Sisters of Northwest Florida, in the amount of $25,000;

E. AMIkids Pensacola Inc., in the amount of $10,000;

F. West Florida Hammerheads Corporation, in the amount of $1,000;

G. West Florida High School Baseball Booster Club, in the amount of $3,000;

H. Epps Christian Center, Inc., in the amount of $3,000; and

I. Covenant Alzheimer's Services, in the amount of $7,500.

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. 16818   Recommendation Concerning Gulf Power Street Lighting Project Contract in the Oakfield Redevelopment Area - Clara Long, Interim 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 187 LED streetlights (Phase 1) along Palafox Street, Hancock Lane, Majors Road, St. Benedict Avenue, St. Elmo Street, and Stumpfield Road in the Oakfield Redevelopment Area;

B. Approve one of the following payment plans:

1. Pay upfront cost of $130,815, which includes installation of lights only;

OR

2. Pay no upfront cost, and the monthly cost will be $3,035; 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.

Project located in District 3.

[Funding: Fund 101, CRA SN, Cost Center 370101 and Fund, 151, CRA Oakfield TIF, Cost Center 370121]
 
 
COUNTY ATTORNEY'S REPORT
 
  I.   For Action
 
1. 17030   Recommendation Concerning Settlement of William R. Kibbe v. Escambia County Board of County Commissioners, Case No. 2018 CA 001900.

That the Board take the following action:

A. Authorize the settlement of the pending lawsuit in the total sum of $29,250.00 to be paid to William R. Kibbe in exchange for a general release, hold harmless agreement and Medicare addendum; and

B. Authorize the County Attorney's Office to execute a stipulation for dismissal with prejudice of the pending lawsuit.
 
2. 17056   Recommendation Concerning Amending Resolution R2019-60 Establishing a User Fee for Cremation Authorization Services by Medical Examiner.

That the Board take the following action:
A. Amend Resolution R2019-60 establishing a user fee for cremation authorization services rendered by District I Medical Examiner; and

B. Adopt and authorize the Chairman to sign Amended Resolution which provides for a retroactive date to collect the user fees.
 
  II.  For Discussion
 
1. 17036   Recommendation Concerning Legal Representation of Commissioner Doug Underhill.

At the request of Commissioner Doug Underhill, that the Board discuss:

Whether the Board will pay the McDonald Fleming law firm for attorney's fees and costs incurred during the successful defense of County Commissioner Doug Underhill in a defamation action brought against him by Scott Miller in Escambia County Circuit Court case 2019 CA 000931.

[Contingent on the Board's approval, funds will come from the General Fund 001, Cost Center 110201.]
 
13.   Items added to the agenda.
 
14.   Announcements.
 
15.   Adjournment.
 

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