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AGENDA
Board of County Commissioners
Regular Meeting – November 17, 2016 – 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.   Presentations:
 
A.  Certificates in recognition of years of service for the following ECAT employees:
  • Alice Stanberry - 31 years
  • Janet Fillingim - 30 years
  • Jerry Stallworth - 31 years
  • Alfornette Williams - 31 years
  • Danny L. Smith - 31 years
  • James Stanton - 31 years
  • Edward G. King - 30 years

B.  Plaques for Commissioner Wilson B. Robertson’s appointees to various Boards and Committees, as follows:
  • Board of Adjustment - Blaise Adams (January 22, 2015 – November 21, 2016)
  • Escambia County Mass Transit Advisory Committee - Arnold L. Rosenbleeth (October 1, 2009 – November 21, 2016) and Megan N. Walters (December 10, 2015 – November 21, 2016)
     
  • Escambia Marine Advisory Committee - Captain Mark F. Moore (September 1, 2016 – November 21, 2016) and Mary C. Watson (May 5, 2005 – November 21, 2016)
  • Planning Board - Bob Cordes (February 19, 2015 – November 21, 2016)
  • Santa Rosa Island Authority - Dave E. Pavlock (November 18, 2008 – November 21, 2016)
 
7. 11355   Centenarian Proclamation.

Recommendation: That the Board adopt the Proclamation honoring and congratulating Mrs. Alice Lee Nicholson Johnson on reaching the age of 100 and extending best wishes to her for continued good health and happiness.
 
8. 11336   Retirement Proclamations.

Recommendation: That the Board take the following action concerning retirement Proclamations:

A. Adopt the Proclamation commending and congratulating Sherry L. Babcock, Administrative Supervisor, Facilities Management Department, on 18 years of service; and

B. Ratify the Proclamation, dated October 25, 2016, commending and congratulating Albert D. Knapp, Maintenance Technician - HVAC, Facilities Management Department, on 32 years of service.
 
9.   Did the Clerk’s Office receive the proofs of publication for the Public Hearing(s) on the agenda and the Board’s Weekly Meeting Schedule?

Recommendation: That the Board waive the reading of the legal advertisement(s) and accept, for filing with the Board’s Minutes, the certified affidavit(s) establishing proof of publication for the Public Hearing(s) on the agenda, and the Board of County Commissioners – Escambia County, Florida, Meeting Schedule.
 
10. 11323   5:31 p.m. Public Hearing for consideration of adopting an Ordinance creating the Weekley Bayou Entrance Channel Dredging Maintenance MSBU.

Recommendation: That the Board adopt, and authorize the Chairman to sign the Ordinance creating the Weekley Bayou Entrance Channel Dredging Maintenance
Municipal Service Benefit Unit (MSBU), and all related documents, and make the following findings of fact:

A. Lots in the District are specially benefited since dredging maintenance improvements increase the market value of individual lots, and improve accessibility;

B. 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

C. Lots which do not receive a special benefit have been and shall be excluded from the non-ad valorem special assessment for dredging maintenance improvements.

 
11. 11319   5:32 p.m. Public Hearing for consideration of amending the Fiscal Year 2016/2017 Budget for the purpose of recognizing prior year grants and project balances and appropriating these funds for ongoing 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 2015/2016:

A. Conduct the 5:32 p.m. Public Hearing on November 17, 2016, amending the Fiscal Year 2016/2017 Budget for the purpose of recognizing prior year grants and project balances and appropriating these funds for on-going projects;

B. Adopt, following the Public Hearing, the Resolution approving Supplemental Budget Amendment #001, General Fund (001), Escambia County Restricted Fund (101), Economic Development Fund (102), Tourist Development Fund (108), Other Grants & Projects (110), Disaster Recovery Fund (112), Library Fund (113), Misdemeanor Probation Fund (114), Article V Fund (115), Perdido Beach Mouse Fund (117), Gulf Coast Restoration Fund (118), SHIP Fund (120), Escambia Affordable Housing Fund (124), CDBG/HUD Entitlement Fund (129), Fire Protection Fund (143), Community Redevelopment Fund (151), Bob Sikes Toll Fund (167), Transportation Trust Fund (175), Drainage Basin Funds (181), FTA Capital Fund (320), Local Option Sales Tax III Fund (352), Solid Waste Fund (401), Emergency Services Fund (408), and Internal Service Fund (501), in the amount of $152,688,354.17 to re-budget the funds associated with on-going grants and projects that were not completed by the end of Fiscal Year 2015/2016; and

C. Approve all associated Fiscal Year 2016/2017 Purchase Orders for projects with existing Purchase Orders.
 
12. 11347   5:33 p.m. Public Hearing for Consideration of the Petition to Vacate a Portion of an Alleyway in Block 58 of Englewood Heights Subdivision:

Recommendation: That the Board take the following action concerning the Petition to Vacate a Portion of an Alleyway in Block 58 of Englewood Heights Subdivision (20 feet x 150 feet), as petitioned by Ronald D. Ramsey:

A. Approve or deny the Petition to Vacate a Portion of an Alleyway in Block 58 of Englewood Heights Subdivision (20 feet x 150 feet), as petitioned by Ronald D. Ramsey;

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.
 
13. 11361   Committee of the Whole Recommendation.

Recommendation: That the Board take the following action, as recommended by the Committee of the Whole (C/W), at the November 10, 2016, C/W Workshop:

A. Authorize staff to draft a Request for Proposals for a community partner and a pilot program of eight tiny homes between 200 and 300 square feet, and request the Planning Board to weigh in on how the implementation of tiny houses would fit into the Land Development Code (Item #8);

B. Approve to include Variance and Conditional Use approvals that go before the Board of Adjustment with the new notice requirements for land use decisions, and clarify the line related to final plat to state "PUD Subdivision Final Plat" (Item #9); and

C. Establish a lobbying position for the medical marijuana implementation, as follows (Item #11):

(1) All Medical Marijuana Treatment Centers would be commercial entities licensed by the State;

(2) Local Governments would have the right to deal with the zoning and number of licensees in their County; and

(3) The State would set some portion of the taxes collected to come back to local governments to deal with public safety and law enforcement issues created.
 
14.   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 130
 
  I.  Consent Agenda
 
1. 11311   Recommendation Concerning Transfer of Machinery & Equipment to the Sheriff's Office

That the Board approve the transfer of equipment from the Board to the Escambia County Sheriff's Office, as of September 30, 2016, in the amount of $3,206,973.26.
 
2. 11330   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 Agenda Work Session held November 3, 2016; and

B. Approve the Minutes of the Regular Board Meeting held November 3, 2016.
 
 
GROWTH MANAGEMENT REPORT
 
  I.   Public Hearing
 
1. 11338   5:46 p.m. - A Public Hearing Concerning the Issuance of Operational Permit for Resource Extraction for Blue Water Farms Borrow Pit

That the Board approve and authorize or deny the request for the Development Services Department of Escambia County to issue an Operational Permit for Resource Extraction for Blue Water Farms Borrow Pit, located at 2120 Highway 97, property reference number 18-3N-31-1101-000-000.
 
2. 11342   5:47 p.m. - Cancellation of A Public Hearing Concerning the Review of an Operational Permit for a Vegetative/Yard Trash Recycling Facility - Eager Beaver

That the Board of County Commissioners (BCC) cancel the 5:47 p.m. Public Hearing scheduled to review and approve, modify, or deny the issuance of a recycling permit for a vegetation/yard trash recycling facility, located at 2170 Longleaf Drive, owned by Eager Beaver, LLC.
 
  II. Consent Agenda
 
1. 11337   Recommendation Concerning the Scheduling of Public Hearings

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

December 8, 2016

A. 5:49 p.m. - A Public Hearing - Operational Permit: Recycling Permit for a Concrete Recycling Facility - J. Miller Construction Recycling Facility

B. 5:50 p.m. - A Public Hearing - Operational Permit: Recycling Permit for a Vegetative/Yard Trash Recycling Facility - Eager Beaver
 
 
COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR'S REPORT
 
  I.   Technical/Public Service Consent Agenda
 
1. 11324   Recommendation Concerning the Request for Disposition of Property for the Information Technology Department - Shawn Fletcher, Information Technology Department Director

That the Board approve the eight Request for Disposition of Property Forms for the Information Technology Department for all items of equipment, which are described and listed on the Request Forms, with reason for disposition stated. The items are to be auctioned as surplus or disposed of properly.
 
2. 11325   Recommendation Concerning the Cyber Hygiene Authorization Agreement with the Department of Homeland Security - Shawn Fletcher, Information Technology Department Director

That the Board take the following action concerning the County Network Security with the National Cybersecurity and Communications Integration Center:

A. Authorize the National Cybersecurity and Communications Integration Center of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) to conduct continuous Vulnerability Scanning and Hygiene Monitoring of the Escambia County Board of County Commissioners' publicly accessible cyber assets, networks, and systems;

B. Approve and authorize the Chairman to execute the Cyber Hygiene Authorization to Conduct Continuous Scans of Public-Facing Networks and Systems between the U.S. Department of Homeland Security and the Escambia County Board of County Commissioners.

[Funding: There is no cost to the County for this service]
 
3. 11354   Recommendation Concerning the Hold Harmless and Indemnification Agreement for Pensacola Winterfest, Inc. - Jack R. Brown, County Administrator

That the Board approve the Hold Harmless and Indemnification Agreement for Pensacola Winterfest, Inc., to use the exterior of the plaza entrances of the Ernie Lee Magaha Government Building located at 221 Palafox Place and the main entrance and basement of the Escambia County Old Courthouse building located at 223 Palafox Place during the Pensacola Winterfest event on the following dates: November 19-20, 25-27, 2016; and December 2-4, 9-11, 16-24, 2016.
 
  II.  Budget/Finance Consent Agenda
 
1. 11272   Recommendation Concerning Federal Elections Activities Grant Funding for the Office of the Supervisor of Elections - David H. Stafford, Supervisor of Elections

That the Board take the following action concerning Federal Elections Activities Grant Funds from the Department of State:

A. Certify that the County will match State Grant funds with $7,438.53, from the Supervisor of Elections’ Fiscal Year 2016/2017 Budget; and

B. Authorize the Chairman to sign the Certificate Regarding Matching Funds and the Certificate of Equipment for Casting and Counting Ballots.

In order to receive the Federal Elections Activities funds, the Legislature has required that the Chairman of the Board of County Commissioners certify that the County will match the State funds with a 15% County match. Both the State funds and the County matching funds must be held in a separate account to be used solely for activities relating to Federal Elections. The required match for this Grant is $7,438.53. The match is included in the Supervisor of Elections’ Fiscal Year 2016/2017 Budget under Cost Center 550101 and various Object Codes.
 
2. 11318   Recommendation Concerning Supplemental Budget Amendment #021 - Stephan Hall, Budget Manager, Management and Budget Services

That the Board adopt the Resolution approving Supplemental Budget Amendment #021, Other Grants and Projects Fund (110), in the amount of $295,500, to recognize proceeds from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), Gulf of Mexico Program, for the EPA #43616 Jackson Lake Grant, and to appropriate these funds to install floating wetland mats in Jackson Lake, which is part of Bayou Chico. No County matching funds are required.
 
3. 11317   Recommendation Concerning Supplemental Budget Amendment #020 - Stephan Hall, Budget Manager, Management and Budget Services

That the Board adopt the Resolution approving Supplemental Budget Amendment #020, Other Grants and Projects Fund (110), in the amount of $22,000, to recognize proceeds from the Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services, and to appropriate these funds for several activities which include hiring part-time internship positions (contract labor) to assist staff and continue the tree inventory for parks in the CRA districts, assist with coordination and planning of at least one tree care workshop, assist with funding outreach events such as Earth Day and Arbor Day, planting projects and other related projects. An equal match is required and will come from in-kind staff and volunteer time and labor.
 
4. 11313   Recommendation Concerning Supplemental Budget Amendment #305 for Mass Transit - Amy Lovoy, Assistant County Administrator

That the Board adopt the Resolution approving Supplemental Budget Amendment #305, Mass Transit Fund (104), in the amount of $238,042, recognizing reimbursements from UWF and the Santa Rosa Island Authority (SRIA) for trolley service and proceeds from the Local Option Gas Tax that exceeded collection estimates and appropriating these funds to cover budgetary shortfalls in all of the Mass Transit Cost Centers.
 
5. 11332   Recommendation Concerning the United States Department of Homeland Security, Federal Emergency Management Agency, Hazard Mitigation Grant Program for the Delano Street Drainage Area Project - Joy D. Blackmon, P.E., Public Works Department Director

That the Board take the following action concerning the United States Department of Homeland Security (USDHS), Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), Hazard Mitigation Grant Program (HMGP) for the Delano Street Drainage Area Project:

A. Approve the Federally Funded Sub-grant Agreement, Project Number 4177-18-R, Agreement Number 17HM-H4—01-27-01-XXX, between the State of Florida, Division of Emergency Management and Escambia County for the Delano Street Area Drainage Project, providing for 100% federal funding with Local Global Match approval, awarded at $2,282,115, for Phase 1 design;

B. Authorize the Chairman to sign the Sub-grant Agreement and associated Grant-related documents; and

C. Authorize the Chairman to execute, subject to Legal review and sign-off, any subsequent Agreements and program-related documents for this project.

[Funding source: Funding for Delano Street Drainage Project is available in Fund 352, LOST III. However, with Local Global Match approval, federal funding is available for 100% reimbursement]
 
6. 11321   Recommendation Concerning the Reallocation of Capital Improvement Program Funds - Joy D. Blackmon, P.E., Public Works Department Director

That the Board approve the reallocation of funds from the Capital Improvement Program to fund other priority infrastructure projects, totaling $199,871, as follows:

FROM:
Description District Amount Description
Seaglades 2 $31,889
This project was canceled based on a Cost Benefit Analysis. Previous planned pond improvements were abandoned after the design options did not indicate the benefit would outweigh the cost for those improvements.
69th Avenue North 2 $19,435 Project complete
Coral Creek Drainage - West 2 $148,547 Improve flow through an existing public drainage easement and address standing water in the cul-de-sac on Yucatan Drive through an open swale that drains to Caribbean Drive. This project has been delayed indefinitely due to property acquisition issues.


TO:
Description District Amount Description
Innerarity Point - Bob O Link Road, Gorham Road, Cruzat Way Drainage Improvements 2 $199,871 This is the third and final phase of the Innerarity Point Road Drainage Improvements Project that addresses residential flooding. This final phase includes drainage flow and water access improvements in the area of Bob-O-Link Road, Cruzat Way and Gorham Road. Many culverts will be replaced, ditches will be re-graded, water-access areas will be improved, and the roadways will be redesigned and resurfaced. Additional funds are needed to supplement the existing budget ($120,129) to pipe some open ditch areas and provide roadway resurfacing to Innerarity Point Road. Instead of isolated improvements, resurfacing will tie all improvements together and produce comprehensive improvements for this entire area. 60% plans are currently under review, environmental permit approval is pending, and a second public meeting will occur within the next 45 days before plans are finalized.
 
7. 11316   Recommendation Concerning a Change Order on Contract PD 02-03.79, for Olive Road East Multi-Lane Reconstruction and Drainage Project Phase I - Joy D. Blackmon, P.E., Public Works Department Director

That the Board approve and authorize the County Administrator to execute the following Change Order for the construction schedule approval change on Contract PD 02-03.79, "Professional Services," for Construction, Engineering, Inspection (CEI), and Project Management Services for Olive Road East Multi-Lane Reconstruction and Drainage Project Phase I, to Mott MacDonald Florida, LLC (formerly Hatch Mott MacDonald Florida, LLC):

Department: Public Works
Division: Engineering
Type: Addition
Amount: $56,837.00
Vendor: Mott MacDonald Florida, LLC (formerly Hatch Mott MacDonald Florida, LLC)
Project Name: Olive Road East Multi-Lane Reconstruction and Drainage Project Phase I
Contract: PD 02-03.79
PO No.: 151055
CO No.: 1
Original Award Amount: $226,160.51
Cumulative Amount of Change Orders through this CO: $56,837.00
New Contract Total: $282,997.51

[Funding Source: Fund 352, LOST III, Cost Center 210107, Object Code 56301, Project #14EN3244]
 
8. 11237   Recommendation Concerning Speed Reductions in Corrydale Subdivision (District 2) - Joy D. Blackmon, P.E., Public Works Department Director

That the Board take the following action concerning the filing of traffic restrictions - speed reductions, per the requirements of Ordinance Number 2003-26, which authorizes the County Engineer to place restrictions on the movement of traffic on County roadways and streets:

A. Adopt the Resolution establishing the speed limit for the reduction in speed, from 30 miles per hour to 25 miles per hour, for the following roadway segments:

1. Lavon Drive, from West Highway 98 to Corrydale Drive;
2. Christian Drive, from Lavon Drive to Corrydale Drive;
3. Corrydale Drive, from Lavon Drive to Quigley Drive;
4. Amberway Drive, from Amberwood Drive to Corrydale Drive;
5. Amberwood Drive, from West Highway 98 to Corrrydale Drive; and
6. Quigley Road, from West Highway 98 to Corrydale Drive; and

B. Authorize the Chairman to sign the Resolution.

[Funding: Fund 175, Transportation Trust Fund, Cost Center 211201, Object Code 53401, for Sign Installations]
 
9. 11294   Recommendation Concerning a State of Florida, Division of Emergency Management Federally-Funded Subaward and Grant Agreement - Michael D. Weaver, Public Safety Department Director

That the Board take the following action regarding the Federally-Funded Subaward and Grant Agreement, Contract Number 17-FG-P9-01-27-01-090:

A. Rescind the Board's action on July 7, 2016, approving the original Federally-Funded Subaward and Grant Agreement, Contract Number 17-FG-XX-01-27-01-090, and the authorization of the Board Chair or Vice Chair to execute the Agreement as referenced in Board's Meeting Minutes as item CAR II-7;

B. Approve the original revised State of Florida, Division of Emergency Management (FDEM), Federally-Funded Subaward and Grant Agreement, Contract Number 17-FG-P9-01-27-01-090, providing funds in the amount of $106,011, to assist in enhancing the daily and emergency operations of the Escambia County Division of Emergency Management and to assist in the local disaster planning and community outreach efforts of the Division, for the period July 1, 2016 through June 30, 2017;

C. Authorize the Chairman or Vice-Chairman to execute the Subaward and Grant Agreement; and

D. Authorize Michael D. Weaver, Public Safety Department Director, to execute and certify each grant quarterly report, reimbursement request, grant closeout report, and any subsequent grant documents required to implement this grant as follows:

"By signing this report, I certify to the best of my knowledge and belief that the report is true, complete, and accurate, and the expenditures, disbursements and cash receipts are for the purposes and objectives set forth in the terms and conditions of the Federal award. I am aware that any false, fictitious, or fraudulent information, or the omission of any material fact, may subject me to criminal, civil, or administrative penalties for fraud, false statements, false claims or otherwise. (U.S. Code Title 18, Sections 1001 and Title 31, Sections 3729-3730 and 3801-3812)."

The County Attorney's Office has requested that the Board be made aware of the following language in the Agreement:

Section (22) Mandated Conditions, subsection b, that "This Agreement shall be construed under the laws of the State of Florida, and venue for any action arising out of this Agreement shall be in the Circuit Court of Leon County."

[Funding: Fund 110, Other Grants and Projects Fund, Cost Center 330409]
 
10. 11314   Recommendation Concerning the Authorization for Cumulative Expenditures Over $50,000 in Fiscal Year 2016-2017 for the Department of Natural Resources, for Demolition or Lot Clearing Services - J. Taylor "Chips" Kirschenfeld, Director, Department of Natural Resources Management

That the Board authorize cumulative total expenditures over $50,000, in Fiscal Year 2016-2017 to contractors performing demolition or lot clearing services for the Department of Natural Resources, Code Enforcement Division, for individual projects of less than $50,000, based on competitive quotes. The request is being made in advance of the cumulative total of expenditures exceeding $50,000 this Fiscal Year for the following vendors:

Applied Construction Management, LLC, Vendor No. 013673
Andala Enterprises, Inc., Vendor No. 422299
Bellview Site Contractors, Inc., Vendor No. 022702
B.R. Bonner's Hauling, Inc., Vendor No. 020229
Castellani Hauling, Inc., Vendor No. 031326
Common Area Solutions, LLC, Vendor No. 034266
Daniel W. Meadows - dba Meadows Maintenance, Vendor No. 406895
Derek G. Henry - dba Hoosier Lawn Guy?, Vendor No. 040755
HHH Construction of NWF, Inc., Vendor No. 080060
Site and Utility LLC, Vendor No. 420683
Southern Girl Botanicals, Inc., Vendor No. 194119
Webster Construction, Inc., Vendor No. 420065
West Pensacola Lawn Care, LLC, Vendor No. 232061

[Funding Source: Fund 103, Environmental Code Enforcement Fund, Cost Center 220110, Object Code 53401]
 
11. 11349   Recommendation Concerning Group Medical Insurance - Thomas G. "Tom" Turner, Human Resources Department Director

That the Board authorize the County Administrator to sign the BlueMedicare Group Master Agreement between Blue Cross Blue Shield of Florida, Inc. d/b/a Florida Blue and the Escambia County Board of County Commissioners for Escambia County’s Group Medical Insurance (PD 14-15.069).

[Funding Source: Fund 501, Internal Service Fund, Cost Center 150108, Object Code 54501]
 
12. 11350   Recommendation Concerning Public Official Bonds for Commissioner Elect Jeff Bergosh, Commissioner Elect Lumon J. May, and Commissioner Elect Steven L. Barry - Jack R. Brown, County Administrator

That the Board approve the following Public Official Bonds through Fisher Brown, Inc., as bond agent, as outlined in Florida Statutes 137.04, and filed with the Clerk of the Circuit Court and Comptroller's Office:

A. Commissioner Elect Jeff Bergosh, District 1, $2,000, Travelers Casualty and Surety Company of America, Hartford, Connecticut, Bond Number 106626039, effective November 22, 2016, to November 16, 2020;

B. Commissioner Elect Lumon J. May, District 3, $2,000, Fidelity and Deposit Company of Maryland, Bond Number POB8959786, effective November 22, 2016, to November 16, 2020; and

C. Commissioner Elect Steven L. Barry, District 5, $2,000, Fidelity and Deposit Company of Maryland, Bond Number POB8959787, effective November 22, 2016, to November 16, 2020.

[Funds for the cost of these bonds are budgeted under Risk Management in Cost Center 140835/Account 54501]
 
13. 11339   Recommendation Concerning the Contract Award for Jamesville Road Coffee Creek Bridge Replacement - Claudia Simmons, Office of Purchasing, Purchasing Manager

That the Board approve and authorize the County Administrator to sign the Agreement between Escambia County, Florida, and RBM Contracting Services, LLC, for Standard Road/Drainage Construction Contract Documents, per the terms and conditions of PD 15-16.107, Jamesville Road Coffee Creek Bridge Replacement, in the amount of $661,403.90.

[Funding: Fund 112, Disaster Recovery Fund, Cost Center 330492, Object Code 54612/56301, Project ESGSW05]
 
 
COUNTY ATTORNEY'S REPORT
 
  I.   For Action
 
1. 11356   Recommendation Concerning Offering Open Government Training to Any Escambia County Franchised Water Utility

That the Board authorize the County Attorney's Office to offer open government training to any Escambia County franchised water utility that will accept that offer, without establishing an attorney-client relationship with any of those utilities, as discussed by the Board at it Committee of the Whole Workshop on November 10, 2016.
 
2. 11363   Recommendation Concerning Scheduling an Attorney/Client Session on December 8, 2016 at 3:45 p.m. to Discuss Pending Litigation in the Cases of Ernest Wulzer and Rebecca Wulzer v. Escambia County, FL, Case No. 2004 CA 001431 and Ernest C. Wulzer, et al. v. Escambia County, Case No. 2014 CA 000957

That the Board take the following action:

A. Schedule a private meeting with its attorneys to discuss pending litigation, in accordance with Section 286.01(8), Fla. Stat. for December 8, 2016 at 3:45 p.m.; and

B. Approve the public notice printed below to be published in the Pensacola News Journal on Saturday, November 26, 2016.
PUBLIC NOTICE

IT IS THE INTENTION of the Board of County Commissioners of Escambia County, Florida, to hold a private meeting with its attorneys to discuss pending litigation in the case of Ernest Wulzer and Rebecca Wulzer v. Escambia County, FL, Case No. 2004 CA 001431 and Ernest C. Wulzer, et al. v. Escambia County, Case No. 2014 CA 000957, in accordance with Section 286.01(8), Fla. Stat. Such attorney/client session will be held on Thursday, December 8, 2016 at 3:45 p.m., in the Ernie Lee Magaha Government Building, Board Chambers, 221 Palafox Place, Pensacola, Florida. Commissioners Douglas B. Underhill, Jeff Bergosh, Lumon J. May, Grover C. Robinson, IV, and Steven Barry, County Administrator Jack R. Brown, County Attorney Alison P. Rogers, Charles V. Peppler, Deputy County Attorney and a certified court reporter will attend the attorney/client session.
 
  II.  For Discussion
 
1. 11362   Recommendation Concerning a Settlement Agreement Resolving Pending Legal Issues in the Innerarity Island Development Corporation Cases 2014 CA 000237 and 2014 CA 002103

That the Board authorize the Chairman to sign a settlement agreement resolving pending legal issues in the following cases:

A. Escambia County v. Innerarity Island Development Corporation (IIDC), Case No.: 2014 CA 000237; and

B. Escambia County v. Kathy Collins & IIDC, Case No.: 2014 CA 002103.
 
15.   Items added to the agenda.
 
16.   Announcements.
 
17.   Adjournment.
 

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