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AGENDA
Board of County Commissioners
Regular Meeting – August 1, 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 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 May.
 
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. 16510   Proclamations.

Recommendation: That the Board adopt the following Proclamations:

A. The Proclamation commending and congratulating Charles Wiley, a Plans Examiner in the Building Services Department, on his selection as the "Employee of the Month" for August 2019;

B. The Proclamation commending and congratulating John Clark on his many achievements and wishing him success in his future endeavors;

C. The Proclamation recognizing Robin Lusk, Janice Curtis, Stephanie Mularhuck, and Erica Buffman, for their bravery and willingness to put their own lives in danger in order to notify the homeowners and tenants of the Key Harbour and Pescador Landing condos of the fire; and

D. The Proclamation honoring and congratulating Mr. Ashley DeWitte (Dick) Pace, Jr., on reaching the age of 100, and extending best wishes to him for continued good health and happiness.
 
7. 16374   Recommendation Concerning Adoption of Retirement Proclamation - Paulette Stallworth, Interim Human Resources Director

That the Board adopt the following Retirement Proclamations:

A. The Proclamation commending and congratulating Tammie L. Booker, Division Manager, Corrections Department, Community Corrections Division, on 35 years of dedicated service;

B. The Proclamation commending and congratulating Hal Frazure, Equipment Operator IV, Public Works Department, Roads Division, on 20 years of dedicated service;

C. The Proclamation commending and congratulating William Jordan, Emergency Communication Dispatcher, Public Safety Department, Emergency Communications Division, on 30 years of dedicated service;

D. The Proclamation commending and congratulating Clayton E. Linkous, III, Paramedic, Public Safety Department, Emergency Medical Services, on 25 years of dedicated service;

E. The Proclamation commending and congratulating Kirk M. Stierwalt, Fire Inspector, Public Safety Department, Fire Rescue Division, on 22 years of dedicated service; and

F. The Proclamation commending and congratulating Melvin B. Woods, Detention Assistant, Corrections Department, Detention Division, on 20 years of dedicated 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. 16409   5:31 p.m. Public Hearing for Consideration of the Petition to Vacate Unopened Rights-of-Way Between Navarro Road, San Carlos Road, West Plaza Road, and Santa Rosa Road, as petitioned by Robert E. Pierce.

Recommendation: That the Board take the following action concerning the Petition to Vacate Unopened Rights-of-Way Between Navarro Road, San Carlos Road, West Plaza Road, and Santa Rosa Road:

A. Approve or deny the Petition to Vacate Unopened Rights-of-Way Between Navarro Road, San Carlos Road, West Plaza Road, and Santa Rosa Road, (approximately 1.58 acres), as petitioned by Robert E. Pierce;

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 5.
 
10. 16535   5:32 p.m. Public Hearing Concerning the Review of the Terms of the Interlocal Agreement for Distribution of the Additional Four-Cent Local Option Fuel Tax Proceeds

That the Board review the terms of the Interlocal Agreement with the City of Pensacola relating to the distribution of the additional four-cent local option fuel tax proceeds in accordance with paragraph 3.2 of the Agreement.
 
11. 16527   5:33 p.m. Public Hearing for consideration of adopting an Ordinance creating the Betmark Circle Street Lighting MSBU.

Recommendation: That the Board adopt and authorize the Chairman to sign the Ordinance creating the Betmark Circle Street Lighting Municipal Services Benefit Unit (MSBU), and all related documents, and make the following findings of fact:

A. Lots in the District are specially benefited since street lighting not only increases the market value of an individual lot, but also increases safety in the District surrounding individual lots, and the ability of lot owners to use their individual lots after dark;

B. The benefit from improved street lighting varies according to the relative size of the affected lots. Residential lots benefit from improved street lighting uniformly because of the small variation in size throughout the District;

C. The non-ad valorem special assessments levied represent a fair and reasonable apportionment of the cost of the special benefit received by each lot, and do not represent a fair share of the cost of general governmental service provided to residents in the unincorporated areas of Escambia County; and

D. Lots which do not receive a special benefit have been and shall be excluded from the non-ad valorem special assessment for street lighting.
 
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. 16498   Recommendation Concerning Acceptance of TDT Collection Data for the May 2019 Returns Received in June 2019

That the Board accept, for filing with the Board's Minutes, the Tourist Development Tax (TDT) Collections Data for the May 2019 returns received in the month of June 2019, as prepared by the Finance Department of the Clerk and Comptroller's Office; this is the ninth month of collections for the Fiscal Year 2019; total collections for the month of May 2019 returns was $1,268,504.25; this is a 15.08% increase over the May 2018 returns; total collections year to date are 11.52% more than the comparable time frame in Fiscal 2018.
 
2. 16519   Recommendation Concerning Acceptance of the June 30, 2019 Investment Report.

That the Board accept, for filing with the Board’s Minutes, the Investment Portfolio Summary Report for the month ended June 30, 2019, as required by Ordinance Number 95-13; on June 30, 2019, the portfolio market value was $351,435,227 and portfolio earnings totaled $797,164 for the month; the short term portfolio yield 1.96%, which should be compared to the S&P Government Index Pool Index 30 Day benchmark of 2.43%; the long-term CORE portfolio achieved a yield of 1.97%, which should be compared to the Merrill Lynch 1-5 Year Treasury Index benchmark of 1.77%.
 
3. 16541   Recommendation Concerning Minutes and Reports Prepared by the Clerk to the Board's Office

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

A. Approve the Minutes of the Attorney-Client Session held July 10, 2019;

B. Accept, for filing with the Board's Minutes, the Report of the Committee of the Whole Workshop held July 10, 2019;

C. Accept, for filing with the Board's Minutes the Report of the Gary Sansing Public Forum held July 18, 2019; and

D. Approve the Minutes of the Regular Board Meeting held July 18, 2019.
 
 
GROWTH MANAGEMENT REPORT
 
  I.   Public Hearing
 
1. 16415   5:45 p.m. - A Public Hearing Concerning the Review of an Ordinance Amending, Comprehensive Plan 2030, Chapter 8, “Mobility Element" to Remove Reference to Navy Outlying Landing Field Site 8

That the Board of County Commissioners (BCC) review and adopt an Ordinance (CPA-2019-01) amending the Escambia County Comprehensive Plan 2030,Chapter 8, "Mobility Element," Policy MOB 4.2.6 "Encroachment Control Planning, "to remove reference to Navy Outlying Landing Field (NOLF) Site 8.
The County received notice from the Department of Economic Opportunity (DEO) stating it had no concerns.

This hearing serves as the second of two public hearings.
 
  II.  Action Item
 
1. 16529   Recommendation Concerning Final Plat Sonoma Ridge Permit #19051806

That the Board take the following action concerning recording of Sonoma Ridge, a Planned Unit Development (being a 73-lot residential subdivision), located in the Beulah Community and lying west off Beulah Road and south of Frank Feeder Road. Owner and Developer is Breland Homes Coastal, 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 “Sonoma Lane, Tuscan Court and Roseland Court”;

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 MSBU (Municipal Services Benefit Unit); and

D. Authorize the Chairman or Vice Chairman to execute a Two-Year Warranty Agreement without Surety, for Streets and Drainage Improvements and a Conservation Easement.

ADDITIONAL BACKUP TO BE DISTRIBUTED UNDER SEPARATE COVER
 
2. 16563  
Recommendation Concerning Final Plat Rock Ridge Permit # 19041241

That the Board take the following action concerning recording of Rock Ridge (a 69 lot residential subdivision), located in the Beulah Community and lying north off Frank Reeder Road and east of Beulah Road also known as County Road 99. Owner and Developer is Frank Reeder Road 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 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 “Cali Lane, Chloe Court and John’s Way”;

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 MSBU (Municipal Services Benefit Unit); and

D. Authorize the Chairman or Vice Chairman to execute a Drainage Easement Deed; and a Two Year Warranty Agreement without Surety, for Streets and Drainage Improvement

ADDITIONAL BACK UP TO BE DISTRIBUTED UNDER SEPARATE COVER
 
3. 16566  
Recommendation Concerning Final Plat Sea Spray Permit # 19061960

That the Board take the following action concerning recording of Sea Spray Island (being a 6-lot residential subdivision), located in the Innerarity Community and lying north off Innerarity Point Road and connected and lying at the north end of Sea Spray Drive (an existing paved County Road). Owner and Developer is Pair Exchange, 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 Statute;

A. Approve the final plat for recording;

B. 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 MSBU (Municipal Services Benefit Unit); and

C. Authorize the Chairman or Vice Chairman to execute a Two-Year Warranty Agreement without Surety, for Streets and Drainage Improvements.

ADDITIONAL BACKUP TO BE DISTRIBUTED UNDER SEPARATE COVER
 
  III. Consent Agenda
 
1. 16504   Recommendation Concerning the Scheduling of Public Hearing

That the Board authorize the scheduling of the following Public Hearing:
Thursday, August 15, 2019

9:15 a.m. - A Public Hearing -LSA-2019-01 (first of two public hearings)

Summary: An Ordinance amending the Comprehensive Plan, Chapter 7, 2030 FLU Map, for the specific parcel, requesting to change the existing Future Land Use (FLU) designation from Public (P) to Mixed-Use Urban (MU-U)), located off Frank Reeder Rd; LSA-2019-01.
 
 
COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR'S REPORT
 
  I.   Technical/Public Service Consent Agenda
 
1. 16514   Recommendation Concerning the Request for Disposition of Property for the Corrections Department - William R. Powell, Director of Corrections

That the Board approve the Request for Disposition of Property Form for the Corrections Department, listing two items. The listed items have been found to be of no further usefulness to the County; thus, it is requested that they be approved for disposal.
 
2. 16524   Recommendation Concerning the Request for Disposition of Property for Extension Services - Nick Simmons, County Extension Director

That the Board approve the Request for Disposition of Property Form for Extension Services, for property that is described and listed on the Disposition Form, with reason for the 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.
 
3. 16481   Recommendation Concerning the Limited Waiver of the Escambia County Noise Abatement Ordinance for the Soundside Merchants Labor Day Celebration Fireworks Display - Tim Tolbert, Building Official/Department Director

That the Board approve the following individual "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 Soundside Merchants Labor Day Celebration Fireworks Display, to be launched from a barge off Quietwater Beach on September 1, 2019, from 8:00 p.m., to 8:30 p.m.
 
4. 16506   Recommendation Concerning Community Redevelopment Agency Meeting Minutes, June 6, 2019 - Tonya Green, Neighborhood & Human Services Department Director

That the Board accept for filing with the Board's Minutes, the June 6, 2019, Community Redevelopment Agency's (CRA) Meeting Minutes, prepared by Melanie Johnson, CRA Administrative Assistant.
 
5. 16495   Recommendation Concerning an Appointment to the CareerSource Escarosa Board of Directors - Tonya Green, Neighborhood & Human Services Director

That the Board confirm the reappointment of Kathaleen L. Cole, Campus President, Fortis Institute, to the CareerSource Escarosa Board of Directors, as Education and Training representative.

In accordance with the CareerSource Escarosa By-Laws, there is a "no expiration" term for non-private sector representatives to the Board of Directors. The date of the appointment shall begin immediately upon approval by the Board.
 
6. 16473   Recommendation Concerning the Scheduling of a Public Hearing to Consider the Vacation of a Portion of Unopened Right-of-Way Known as Rentz Avenue - Joy Jones, P.E., Engineering Department Director

That the Board take the following action regarding a Petition to Vacate a Portion of Unopened Right-of-Way known as Rentz Avenue, as petitioned by Michele Mayfield Slowey-Blankenship:

A. Authorize the scheduling of a Public Hearing for October 3, 2019, at 5:31 p.m., to consider the Petition to Vacate a Portion of Unopened Right-of-Way Known as Rentz Avenue (approximately 0.40 acres), as petitioned by Michele Mayfield Slowey-Blankenship; and

B. Require the Petitioner to notify all property owners within a 1000-foot radius.

The real property mentioned in this Petition to Vacate is located in Commission District 2.
 
7. 16503   Recommendation Concerning an Addendum to the SMG Management Services Agreement for the Pensacola Bay Center - Stephan Hall, Budget Manager, Management and Budget Services

That the Board approve and authorize the Chairman to execute an Addendum to the Management Services Agreement between Escambia County, Florida, and SMG, for the Pensacola Bay Center, memorializing consent to a Change in Control due to the recent acquisition and merger of SMG US Parent, Inc., and AEG Facilities, LLC, to now be called ASM Global.
 
8. 16576   Recommendation Concerning an Appointment to the Escambia County Housing Finance Authority - Janice P. Gilley, County Administrator

That the Board appoint Shirley D. Henderson to serve a four-year term, effective August 1, 2019, through July 31, 2023, as requested by Patricia D. Lott, Executive Director of the Escambia County Housing Finance Authority.

A General Alert was posted on the County's website from May 20, 2019, to June 17, 2019, seeking Escambia County residents interested in volunteering to be considered for an appointment to the Authority. A Resume was received from Shirley D. Henderson.
 
  II.  Budget/Finance Consent Agenda
 
1. 16507   Recommendation Concerning Residential Rehab Grant Program Funding and Lien Agreements - Tonya Green, Neighborhood & Human Services Department Director

That the Board ratify the following August 1, 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 17 Residential Rehab Grant Program Funding and Lien Agreements:

1. The Agreements between Escambia County CRA and James M. and Constance R. Barnes, owners of residential property located at 6534 White Oak Drive, Oakfield Redevelopment District, each in the amount of $5,095, representing an in-kind match through the Oakfield Tax Increment Financing (TIF), Fund 151, Cost Center 370121, total electrical rewiring upgrade and storm shutter installation;

2. The Agreements between Escambia County CRA and Fred and Phyllis Diane Campbell, owners of residential property located at 202 Saint Cedd Avenue, Oakfield Redevelopment District, each in the amount of $4,060, representing an in-kind match through the Oakfield Tax Increment Financing (TIF), Fund 151, Cost Center 370121, replacement roof;

3. The Agreements between Escambia County CRA and Sandra Campbell, owner of residential property located at 691 Beck Avenue, Ensley Redevelopment District, each in the amount of $3,000, representing an in-kind match through the Ensley Tax Increment Financing (TIF), Fund 151, Cost Center 370119, replacement roof;

4. The Agreements between Escambia County CRA and Vincent Distefano, Jr., owner of residential property located at 221 Carolyn Way, Palafox Redevelopment District, each in the amount of $3,350, representing an in-kind match through the Palafox Tax Increment Financing (TIF), Fund 151, Cost Center 370115, replacement roof;

5. The Agreements between Escambia County CRA and Virgie M. Dortch, owner of residential property located at 4120 Erress Boulevard, Palafox Redevelopment District, each in the amount of $3,960, representing an in-kind match through the Palafox Tax Increment Financing (TIF), Fund 151, Cost Center 370115, replacement roof;

6. The Agreements between Escambia County CRA and Gayle and Bernard J. Duffy, owners of residential property located at 6043 Songbird Drive, Oakfield Redevelopment District, each in the amount of $5,491, representing an in-kind match through the Oakfield Tax Increment Financing (TIF), Fund 151, Cost Center 370121, replacement windows;

7. The Agreements between Escambia County CRA and Thomas M. and Cynthia K. Kidder, owners of residential property located at 6242 Appomattox Drive, Oakfield Redevelopment District, each in the amount of $4,350, representing an in-kind match through the Oakfield Tax Increment Financing (TIF), Fund 151, Cost Center 370121, total electrical rewiring upgrade;

8. The Agreements between Escambia County CRA and Barbara L. Larkin, owner of residential property located at 2324 Grundy Street, Warrington Redevelopment District, each in the amount of $3,157, representing an in-kind match through the Warrington Tax Increment Financing (TIF), Fund 151, Cost Center 370114, replacement windows;

9. The Agreements between Escambia County CRA and Amy L. Riesau, owner of residential property located at 119 Brandon Avenue, Warrington Redevelopment District, each in the amount of $5,876, representing an in-kind match through the Warrington Tax Increment Financing (TIF), Fund 151, Cost Center 370114, replacement windows and total electrical rewiring upgrade;

10. The Agreements between Escambia County CRA and Markus Saage and Juelee E.Riesau, owners of residential property located at 129 Brandon Avenue, Warrington Redevelopment District, each in the amount of $4,495, representing an in-kind match through the Warrington Tax Increment Financing (TIF), Fund 151, Cost Center 370114, replacement windows;

11. The Agreements between Escambia County CRA and Diana A. Rittenhouse, owner of residential property located at 6234 Appomattox Drive, Oakfield Redevelopment District, each in the amount of $4,800, representing an in-kind match through the Oakfield Tax Increment Financing (TIF), Fund 151, Cost Center 370121, replacement roof;

12. The Agreements between Escambia County CRA and David E. Rivers, owner of residential property located at 1317 Dexter Avenue, Barrancas Redevelopment District, each in the amount of $6,000, representing an in-kind match through the Barrancas Tax Increment Financing (TIF), Fund 151, Cost Center 370116, replacement windows;

13. The Agreements between Escambia County CRA and Linda J. Stark, owner of residential property located at 7091 Kelvin Terrace, Oakfield Redevelopment District, each in the amount of $6,000, representing an in-kind match through the Oakfield Tax Increment Financing (TIF), Fund 151, Cost Center 370121, roof replacement and total electrical rewiring upgrade;

14. The Agreements between Escambia County CRA and Karen Summerville, owner of residential property located at 600 Pelham Road, Warrington Redevelopment District, each in the amount of $3,028, representing an in-kind match through the Warrington Tax Increment Financing (TIF), Fund 151, Cost Center 370114, replacement windows;

15. The Agreements between Escambia County CRA and Cynthia R. Thornton, owner of residential property located at 9345 Chisholm Road N3, Ensley Redevelopment District, each in the amount of $1,183, representing an in-kind match through the Ensley Tax Increment Financing (TIF), Fund 151, Cost Center 370119, replacement windows;

16. The Agreements between Escambia County CRA and James L. and Colleen C. Vinson, owners of residential property located at 7627 Las Vegas Lane, Ensley Redevelopment District, each in the amount of $2,750, representing an in-kind match through the Ensley Tax Increment Financing (TIF), Fund 151, Cost Center 370119, replacement roof;

17. The Agreements between Escambia County CRA and Robert F. and Carolyn A. Wilson, owners of residential property located at 428 South First Street, Warrington Redevelopment District, each in the amount of $430, representing an in-kind match through the Warrington Tax Increment Financing (TIF), Fund 151, Cost Center 370114, replacement window; and

B. Authorizing the Chairman to sign the Funding and Lien Agreements and any related documents necessary to implement the Grant awards.
 
2. 16508   Recommendation Concerning the Cancellation of Residential Rehab Grant Program Liens - Tonya Green, Neighborhood & Human Services Department Director

That the Board ratify the following August 1, 2019, action of the Board of County of 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 10 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
Elizabeth B. Barton 407 Labree Road $2,195
Pearlie Mae Evans, Lorenzo Evans, Betty Grimes, Shirley E. Watson, Bobbie Strong, Joyce A. Evans, Gregory Evans and John E. Evans 2606 North Z Street $5,528
Clint A. and Emily P. Harris 55 Druid Drive $1,625
James C. Holley, Jr., and Catherine B. Holley 210 Berry Road $6,000
Sheri Kennedy 203 Bryant Road $6,000
Dixie N. Shedd 1317 Poppy Avenue $2,250
Dovie S. Soloe 725 Lakewood Road $3,425
Samantha G. Taylor 535 South First Street $5,720
Willard C. Jr., and Mary Jane Turner 104 Payne Road $6,000
Kenneth R. and Bonnie B. Wooten 2255 Berg Street $5,214

B. Authorizing the Chairman to execute the Cancellation of Lien documents.
 
3. 16531   Recommendation Concerning the Issuance of Fiscal Year 2019 Purchase Orders, in Excess of $50,000, to Chavers Construction, Inc. - Tonya Green, Neighborhood & Human Services Department Director

That the Board ratify the following August 1, 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 issuance of two Purchase Orders to Chavers Construction, Inc., in excess of $50,000, for sidewalk projects located in the Palafox Redevelopment Area, for the following:

A. Approving the Chantilly Way Sidewalk Project, in the amount of $175,368.62, to include but not limited to approximately 2300 linear feet of sidewalk, driveway entrances replacement, utility relocation, excavation, and sod replacement within the rights-of-way;

B. Approving the Erress Boulevard, Diego Circle,and Rochelle Drive Sidewalk Projects, in the amount of $255,705.75, to include but not limited to approximately 4000 linear feet of sidewalk, driveway entrances replacement, utility relocation, excavation, and sod replacement within the rights-of-way; and

C. Authorizing the County Administrator to sign the Purchase Orders and any other related documents necessary to implement the aforementioned Sidewalk Projects.

[Funding Source: Fund 151, CRA Palafox Redevelopment, Cost Center 370115]
 
4. 16418   Recommendation Concerning the Escambia Consortium 2019 Annual Action Plan - Tonya Green, Neighborhood & Human Services Department Director

That the Board take the following action concerning the Escambia Consortium Florida 2019 Annual Action Plan:

A. Approve the Escambia Consortium Florida 2019 Annual Action Plan for Housing and Community Development, detailing the use of 2019 Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) funds, in the amount of $1,434,463, and 2019 HOME Investment Partnerships Program (HOME) funds, in the amount of $1,094,533; and

B. Authorize the County Administrator to execute all Escambia Consortium Florida 2019 Annual Action Plan Forms, Certifications, and related documents, as required to submit the Plans to the United States Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), and authorize the County Administrator or Chairman, as appropriate, to execute documents required to receive and implement the 2019 CDBG and 2019 HOME Programs.

[Funding: Fund 129/CDBG, Cost Centers 370234 and 370235; Fund 147/HOME, Cost Center 370271]
 
5. 16533   Recommendation Concerning a Memorandum of Understanding Between the School Board of Escambia County, Florida, and Escambia County, Florida - William R. Powell, Director of Corrections

That the Board take the following action concerning a Memorandum of Understanding between the School Board of Escambia County, Florida, and Escambia County, Florida:

A. Approve the Memorandum of Understanding between the School Board of Escambia County, Florida, and Escambia County, Florida that provides for vocational training of incarcerated adult students located at the Escambia County Work Annex, for a not to exceed amount of $56,547.50 ($31,547.50 for full time vocational instructor, $5,000 for part time certified testing administrator, and $20,000 for materials, equipment and supplies); and

B. Authorize the Chairman to execute the Agreement.

[Funding: Fund 175, Transportation Trust Fund; Cost Center 290205, Inmate Commissary]
 
6. 16497   Recommendation Concerning a Change Order to Henry Schein, Inc., for the Public Safety Department's EMS Division - John Dosh, Interim Public Safety Department Director

That the Board approve and authorize the County Administrator to execute the following Change Order Number 1, to Henry Schein, Inc., adding funds for the purchase of medical and LifePak supplies for the Emergency Medical Service Division, through the balance of the Fiscal Year:

Department: Public Safety
Division: Emergency Medical Services
Type: Addition
Amount: $30,000
Vendor: Henry Schein, Inc.
Project Name: N/A
Contract: PD 14-15.083, PD 14-15.085
Purchase Order #: 190318
Change Order #: 1
Original Award Amount: $50,000
Cumulative Amount of Change Orders through this CO: $30,000
New PO Total: $80,000

Due to the increased call volume and change in medical direction as it relates to the medical supplies utilized by the healthcare professionals that she directs, an increase is needed to maintain the level of service needed by the Escambia County residents. We are streamlining how we obtain medical supplies to simplify the ordering process and optimize reporting and management capabilities.

[Funding Source: Fund 408, Emergency Medical Services, Cost Center 330302, EMS]
 
7. 16515   Recommendation Concerning Supplemental Budget Amendment #223 - Stephan Hall, Budget Manager, Management and Budget Services

That the Board adopt the Resolution approving Supplemental Budget Amendment #223, General Fund (001), in the amount of $28,225, to recognize the Sheriff's off-duty officer, auto repairs, Public records actions and miscellaneous reimbursements/fees and to appropriate these funds back into the Sheriff's Administrative Budget to offset operational expenses.
 
8. 16528   Recommendation Concerning Supplemental Budget Amendment #228 - Stephan Hall, Budget Manager, Management and Budget Services

That the Board adopt the Resolution approving Supplemental Budget Amendment #228, Local Option Sales Tax IV (Fund 353), in the amount of $264,117, to recognize proceeds from Escambia County Utilities Authority (ECUA) for reimbursement for the Interlocal Cost Sharing Agreement for the Olive Road East Multi Lane Reconstruction and Drainage Project Phase 2, and to appropriate these funds back into the LOST IV project budget.
 
9. 16538   Recommendation Concerning the Contract Award for the Carpenter Creek and Bayou Texar Watershed Management Plan - Paul Nobles, Purchasing Manager, Office of Purchasing

That the Board approve and authorize the County Administrator to sign the Agreement between Escambia County and Wood Environment & Infrastructure Solutions, Inc., per the terms and conditions of PD 17-18.086, Carpenter Creek and Bayou Texar Watershed Management Plan for Basic Services at $923,166.97, and Allowances at $56,833.03, for a total of $980,000.

[Funding: Fund 118, Gulf Coast Restoration, Cost Center 222042, Object Code 53101, Project Number RDC80046]

U.S. Department of Treasury - RESTORE Direct Component Grant No. RDCGR080046-01-00
 
10. 16537   Recommendation Concerning the Contract Award for the Bayou Chico Contaminated Sediment Remediation Project - Paul Nobles, Purchasing Manager, Office of Purchasing

That the Board approve and authorize the County Administrator to sign the Agreement between Escambia County and AECOM Technical Services, Inc., per the terms and conditions of PD 18-19.021, Bayou Chico Contaminated Sediment Remediation Project, for Basic Services currently funded through RESTORE Grant at $335,510, remainder to be funded through future Grants, Additional Basic Services at $54,010, and Optional tasks at $1,191,385, for a project total of $1,580,905.

[Funding: Fund 118, Gulf Coast Restoration, Cost Center 222006, Object Code 53101, $335,510]

Florida Department of Environmental Protection - Grant Agreement Number RES02
 
11. 16536   Recommendation Concerning the Contract Award for Design Services for the Eleven Mile Creek Stormwater Project at West Roberts Road - Paul Nobles, Purchasing Manager, Office of Purchasing

That the Board approve and authorize the County Administrator to sign the Agreement between Escambia County and Mott MacDonald Florida, LLC, per the terms and conditions of PD 18-19.015, Design Services for Eleven Mile Creek Stormwater Project at West Roberts Road for Basic Services at $149,725, and Optional Services at $85,299, for a total of $235,024.

[Funding: Fund 118, Gulf Coast Restoration, Cost Center 222043, Object Code 53101, Project Number RDC80049]

Funding through U.S. Department of Treasury - RESTORE Direct Component Grant No. 1 RDCGR080049-01-00
 
12. 16534   Recommendation Concerning the Contract Approval for Veterinary Supplies - Paul Nobles, Purchasing Manager, Office of Purchasing

That the Board authorize the usage of Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University Veterinary Contracts in accordance with Escambia County, Florida, Code of Ordinances, Chapter 46, Article II, Section 46-44, Application; exemptions, as follows:

Elanco US, Inc., UCP-TG-012-10;
Henry Schein Animal Health, UCP-TG-025-09;
Jorgensen Laboratories, Inc., UCP-TG-005-10;
Mg Biologics, Inc., UCP-TG-012-09;
Nutramax Laboratories Veterinary Sciences, Inc., UCP-TG-013-10;
Plasvacc USA, Inc., UCP-TG-004-10;
Smiths Medical ASD, Inc., UCP-TG-007-10;
Steris Instrument Management Services, UCP-TG-013-09; and
Vortech Pharmaceuticals, LTD, UCP-TG-008-10.

[Funds: Fund 001, General Fund, Cost Center 250202, Object Code 55201]
 
13. 16530   Recommendation Concerning a Change Order to MWI Veterinary Supply Company - Paul Nobles, Purchasing Manager, Office of Purchasing

That the Board approve and authorize the County Administrator to execute Change Order #190393-2, to MWI Veterinary Supply Company, adding funds:

Department: Animal Services
Division: Building Inspections
Type: Additive
Vendor: MWI Veterinary Supply Company
Amount: $22,000
Purchase Order #: 190393
Change Order #: 2
Original Amount: $45,000
Change Order #1: $4,500
New PO: $71,500

[Funds: Fund 001, General Fund, Cost Center 250202, Object Code 55201]
 
14. 16518   Recommendation Concerning a Change Order to Butler Animal Health Holding Co, LLC, d/b/a Henry Schein Animal Health - Paul Nobles, Purchasing Manager, Office of Purchasing

That the Board approve and authorize the County Administrator to execute Change Order #190345-4, to Butler Animal Health Holding Co., LLC, d/b/a Henry Schein Animal Health, adding funds:

Department: Animal Services
Division: Building Inspections
Type: Addition
Vendor: Butler Animal Health Holding Co, LLC, d/b/a Henry Schein Animal Health
Amount: $69,000
Purchase Order #: 190345
Change Order #: 2
Original Amount: $40,000
Change Order #1: $9,500
New PO: $118,500

[Funds: Fund 001, General Fund, Cost Center 250202, Object Code 55201]
 
15. 16540   Recommendation Concerning a Change Order to Purchase Order Number 190982, Stop Loss Insurance Services, Inc, for Health Insurance Administrative and Stop Loss Fees - Paulette Stallworth, Interim Human Resources Director

That the Board approve and authorize the County Administrator to execute the following Change Order Number 2, additional funds, in excess of $50,000, to Purchase Order number 190982, Stop Loss Insurance Services. The additional funds are to pay for the County's group health insurance administrative and stop loss fees:

Department: Human Resources
Division Benefits
Type Addition
Amount $136,500
Vendor Stop Loss Insurance Services
Purchase Order 190982
Change Order 2
Original Award Amount $456,891
Cumulative Amount of Change Orders Through This Change Order:
$140,000
New Purchase Order Total $596,891

[Funding Source: Fund 501, Internal Service Fund, Cost Center 150108, Object Code 54501]
 
16. 16501   Recommendation Concerning the Purchase of Self-Contained Breathing Apparatus for Escambia County Fire/Rescue - Paul Nobles, Purchasing Manager, Office of Purchasing

That the Board take the following action concerning the purchase of Self-Contained Breathing Apparatus (SCBA) for Escambia County Fire/Rescue:

A. Authorize the County Administrator to sign the Purchase Order to Ten-8 Fire Equipment, Inc., in the amount of $2,905,922.45, per the terms and conditions of PD 18-19.061, Self-Contained Breathing Apparatus for Escambia County Fire/Rescue;

B. Approve a Budget Amendment, in the amount of $2,880,922.45, from Local Option Sales Tax (LOST) IV Project 19FS0879, Fire Department Buildings to Project 19FS0429, Fire Apparatus/Staff Vehicles; and

C. Authorize the trade-in of the existing Fire/Rescue SCBA equipment. The Fire/Rescue Department will be coordinating the trade-in of surplus equipment to Ten-8 Fire Equipment, Inc., for a credit in the amount of $25,000, towards the new SCBA equipment purchase, leaving a total cost to the County for this solicitation at $2,880,922.45.

[Funding: Fund 353, LOST IV; Cost Center 330434, Public Safety/Fire LOST; Object Code 56401, Machinery & Equipment; Project Code 19FS0429]
 
17. 16523   Recommendation Concerning the Re-Solicitation of ¾ Ton Trucks with Service Bodies (3) - Paul Nobles, Purchasing Manager, Office of Purchasing

That the Board authorize the County Administrator to sign the Purchase Order to Bozard Ford Company, for the purchase of ¾-Ton Trucks with Service Bodies (3), per the terms and conditions of PD 18-19.086, Re-solicit ¾-Ton Trucks with Service Bodies (3), in the amount of $101,988 (each vehicle priced at $33,996).

[Funding: Fund 001, General Fund; Cost Center 310204, Facilities Priority One, Object Code 56401, Machinery & Equipment]

The solicitation was emailed to 42 known vehicle dealers in Florida – including local firms. 19 firms viewed the solicitation and 18 downloaded the solicitation documents. One bid response was received.
 
18. 16525   Recommendation Concerning the Re-Solicitation of Transit Vans for Corrections (3) - Paul Nobles, Purchasing Manager, Office of Purchasing

That the Board authorize the County Administrator to sign the Purchase Order to Bozard Ford Company, for the purchase of 3 transit vans, per the terms and conditions of PD 18-19.090, Re-Solicit Transit Vans for Corrections (3), in the amount of $149,988.

[Funding: Fund 352, LOST III; Cost Center 290407, Detention Capital Project; Object Code 56401, Machinery & Equipment]

This solicitation was emailed to 36 known firms in Florida - including local firms. 12 Firms viewed the solicitation details and 9 firms downloaded the solicitation documents. One bid response was received.
 
  III. For Discussion
 
1. 16526   Recommendation Concerning State Law Enforcement Trust Fund - Henrique Dias, Chief Financial Officer, Escambia County Sheriff's Office Finance Division

That the Board approve the allocation of $5,000 Law Enforcement Trust (LET) Funds to Autism Pensacola Inc., per the requirements of F.S. 932.7055(5), for Outside Agency partners in Escambia County for Fiscal Year 2018/2019:

Upon approval of this funding allocation, 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. 16502   Recommendation Concerning the Acquisition of Property Located at 1000 Pinoak Lane - Joy Jones, P.E., Engineering Department Director

That the Board take the following action regarding the acquisition of a parcel of real property (approximately 4.07acres), located at 1000 Pinoak Lane, from John J. and Valerie L. Davis:

A. Authorize the purchase of this property, located at 1000 Pinoak Lane, for the averaged appraised value of $318,500, from John J. and Valerie L. Davis;

B. Approve the Contract for Sale and Purchase for the acquisition of a parcel of real property located at 1000 Pinoak Lane (approximately 4.07 acres); and

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

This property is located in Commission District 5.

[Funding Source: Fund 352, Local Option Sales Tax (LOST) III, HMGP Pinoak Lane Acquisition, Cost Center 210130, Object Code 56101, Project #18EN4055]
 
3. 16539   Recommendation Concerning Escambia County Employee Health Clinic - Paulette Stallworth, Interim Human Resources Director

That the Board take the following action concerning the Escambia County Employee Health Clinic:

A. Approve a one-year Contract extension, with Concentra Health Services, Inc., for the Employee Health Clinic; and

B. Authorize the Chairman to sign the one-year extension Contract with Concentra Health Services.

[Funding Source: Fund 501, Internal Service Fund]
 
4. 16053   Recommendation Concerning Forest Creek Apartments Flood Mitigation Assistance Agreement - Tonya Green, Neighborhood & Human Services Department Director

That the Board select from the following action concerning the Forest Creek Apartments Flood Mitigation Assistance Agreement:

A. Authorize staff, by super majority vote, to make an offer on the Forest Creek Apartments, not to exceed $11.9 million, the Grant allowed maximum (the average of two County appraisals is $10 million);

B. Direct staff regarding the inclusion of the project based vouchers associated with the property as part of acquisition negotiations;

C. Identify the 10% local match funds of $1,947,747.74; and

D. Request an extension from the State of Florida Emergency Management;

OR

E. Terminate the Agreement.

[Funding: FEMA Flood Mitigation Grant, Fund and Cost Center to be determined; Match funding, Fund and Cost Center to be determined]
 
 
COUNTY ATTORNEY'S REPORT
 
  I.   For Action
 
1. 16546   Recommendation Concerning Approval of Proposed Settlement of Workers' Compensation Claim Brought by Joseph DeJoie, III

That the Board approve a proposed settlement agreement in the sum of $35,000.00 payable to Joseph DeJoie, III in exchange for a resolution of Mr. DeJoie's claim relating to an October 30, 1995 accident. The self-insured retention has been exceeded and Midwest Employer's Casualty, the excess carrier for this claim, will be responsible for the full amount of the settlement.
 
2. 16565   Recommendation Concerning Willowbrook Drainage Project - Pedestrian Access Easements.

At the request of Commissioner Steven Barry, that the Board:

A. Accept the Pedestrian Access Easements from Jane Rollo Franklin and James and Sara Fiveash in connection with the WIllowbrook Drainage Project; and

B. Authorize payment of incidental expenses associated with recording the easements in the public records; and

C. Authorize the Chairman or Vice-Chairman to sign the acceptance of the easements.
 
3. 16521   Recommendation Concerning Authorizing Settlement of the Notice of Claim filed by David Keltner in the sum of $62,500.00.

That the Board authorize settlement of the Notice of Claim filed by David Keltner in the sum of $62,500.00 in exchange for the execution of a general release and hold harmless agreement, including a Medicare release addendum.
 
  II. For Information
 
1. 16532   Recommendation Concerning Deutsche Bank National Trust Company v. Renee A. Ansley, et al.; Case No.: 2017 CA 001327.

That the Board accept the following information:

Escambia County was previously joined as a Defendant in the above referenced foreclosure action.

The County retained an interest in certain real property owned by Renee A. Ansley by virtue of an Order of the Environmental Enforcement Special Magistrate and corresponding Order certifying costs in the matter of CE#09-08-05781. The current lien for fines, court costs and abatement fees totaled $5,644.50. The County's interest was subordinate to the Plaintiff's mortgage interest. Following the entry of final judgment and the sale of the subject property, a surplus was retained by the Clerk of the Circuit Court and Comptroller. The County timely filed a Motion for Disbursement of Surplus Funds, and the court granted the County's motion and ordered the Clerk to disburse to the County a portion of the surplus funds held in the court's registry in the amount of $5,644.50.
 
13.   Items added to the agenda.
 
14.   Announcements.
 
15.   Adjournment.
 

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