Board of County Commissioners Regular Meeting Agenda

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    Hernando County
    Board of County Commissioners
    John Law Ayers Commission Chambers, Room 160
    20 North Main Street, Brooksville, FL 34601
    Regular Meeting
    ~ Agenda~

    Tuesday, July 12, 2022

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    PLEASE NOTE THAT ONLY PUBLIC HEARING ITEMS WILL BE HEARD AT THEIR SCHEDULED TIME. ALL OTHER ITEM TIMES NOTED ON THE AGENDA ARE ESTIMATED AND MAY BE HEARD EARLIER OR LATER THAN SCHEDULED.

    UPCOMING MEETINGS
    The Board of County Commissioners’ next regular meeting is scheduled for Tuesday, July 26, 2022, beginning at 9:00 A.M., in the John Law Ayers County Commission Chambers, Room 160.

    A. CALL TO ORDER
    1. Invocation
    2. Pledge of Allegiance

    B. APPROVAL OF AGENDA (Limited to Board and Staff)
    C. ELECTED OFFICIALS
    D. CITIZENS’ COMMENTS (Yellow sheets are not required for speakers)
    E. BOARD/STAFF RESPONSES
    F. CONSENT AGENDA

    AGREEMENT
    1. Modification No. 1 to Subgrant Agreement With Division of Emergency Management to Extend Emergency Management Performance Grant
    2. Modification No. 1 to Subgrant Agreement With State Division of Emergency Management for Hazard Mitigation Grant Program Funding for Disaster Assistance Resulting From Hurricane Irma for Gulfview Drive Elevation and Wind Retrofit and Associated Budget Resolution
    3. Real Estate Lease With Housing Authority for Health and Human Services and Veteran’s Services for Premises Located at 621 West Jefferson Street

    AVIATION
    4. Corporate Hangar Lease Agreement With Pem-Air Turbine Engine Services, LLC, for Property Located at 17330 Spring Hill Drive at Brooksville-Tampa Bay Regional Airport
    5. License Agreement With Pem-Air Turbine Engine Services, LLC, for Use of Abandoned Runway on Telcom Drive at Brooksville-Tampa Bay Regional Airport
    6. Resolution Terminating Ground Lease With K & V Real Estate, LLC, due to Administrative Dissolution for Property Located at Brooksville-Tampa Bay Regional Airport Industrial Park
    7. T-Hangar Lease Agreement With Doyle C. McClung for Hangar No. 6 at Brooksville-Tampa Bay Regional Airport

    COMMEMORATIVE
    8. Resolution Congratulating Pasco-Hernando State College Upon Occasion of 50th Anniversary
    9. Resolution Proclaiming July 2022 as Parks and Recreation Month

    MISCELLANEOUS
    10. Satisfaction of Code Enforcement Public Nuisance Abatement Special Assessment Lien for US Bank National Association TTEE
    11. Transmittal of List of Accounts Payable Disbursements for Weeks Ended June 10, 2022, and June 17, 2022
    12. Write-Off of Uncollectible Utilities Department Accounts
    13. Approval of Minutes for Regular Meeting June 14, 2022

    TRANSIT
    14. Proposed Cost Increase of Flamingo Smartcard for TheBus

    G. CORRESPONDENCE TO NOTE

    1. Notification From State Department of Economic Opportunity Regarding Availability of Broadband Feasibility Study Grant Funding for FY 2022-23
    2. Receipt of Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse Trust Fund Monthly Report for May 2022
    3. Transmittal of FY 2021-22 and FY 2022-23 Proposed Budget for Waterford Community Development District
    4. Transmittal of Southwest Florida Water Management District Comprehensive Annual Financial Report for FY Ended September 30, 2021

    H. COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR JEFF ROGERS
    Update Regarding Ongoing Board Directives

    I. BUDGET DIRECTOR/CHIEF PROCUREMENT OFFICER TONI BRADY

    PURCHASING AND CONTRACTS
    1. Award of Contract to Right Way Elevator Maintenance for Hernando County Detention Center Elevator Modernization Project (Contract No. C00056/DK; Amount: $154,642.00)
    2. Final Close-Out of Contract With Seggie Custom Builders, LLC, for Fire Station No. 1 Generator Pad and Electrical Project (Contract No. 19-R00007; Amount: $17,642.88)
    3. Final Close-Out of Contract With Specialized Property Services, Inc., for Fire Station No. 3 Exterior Paint and Veneer Project (Contract No. 19-R00007-62; Amount: $32,209.00)
    4. Final Close-Out of Contract With Taddeo Electrical Contractors, Inc., for Electrical Upgrade and Repair Project for Landfill Recycling Building (Contract No. 18-TF0172; Amount: $2,775.00)
    5. Purchase Agreement With Hach Company for Water Quality Testing and Analytical Instruments for Utilities Department

    J. COMMUNITY SERVICES DIRECTOR CHRIS LINSBECK
    Parks and Recreation Department Adopt-A-Park Program

    K. HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES MANAGER VEDA RAMIREZ
    FY 2022-26 Community Development Block Grant Housing Assistance Plan and Procedures and Associated Resolution

    L. PUBLIC WORKS DIRECTOR/COUNTY ENGINEER SCOTT HERRING
    1. Amendment of Contract With Sheriff’s Office for Participation in Inmate Work Squad Program
    2. Declaration of County Owned Property Located on Ravensbrook Court as Surplus Property and Consideration of Purchase Offer Submitted by SoHilly Homes, LLC
    3. Declaration of County Owned Property Located on Round Table Road as Surplus Property and Consideration of Purchase Offer Submitted by Martine Dominique
    4. Declaration of County Owned Property Located on Sheltered Hill Drive as Surplus Property and Consideration of Purchase Offer Submitted by SoHilly Homes, LLC
    5. Declaration of County Owned Property Located on Sheltered Hill Drive as Surplus Property and Consideration of Purchase Offers Submitted by SoHilly Homes, LLC, and Nabil Gamout

    M. PUBLIC HEARINGS
    *Entry of Proof of Publication into the Record
    *Poll Commissioners for Ex Parte Communications
    *Administer Oath to All Persons Intending to Speak
    *Adoption of Agenda Backup Materials into Evidence

    BOARD SITTING IN ITS QUASI-JUDICIAL CAPACITY STANDARD

    ACTING PLANNING ADMINISTRATOR MICHELLE MILLER
    1. Master Plan Petition Submitted by AWN Spring Hill, LLC (H2205)
    2. Rezoning Petition Submitted by New Strategy Holdings, LLC, on Behalf of Hwy 98 N Project, LLC (H2207)
    3. Master Plan Petition Submitted by NVR, Inc. (H2208)
    4. Master Plan Revision Petition Submitted by One Hernando LLC, c/o Cardinal Point Management, LLC (H2229)
    5. Rezoning Petition Submitted by Joseph A. Giarratana and Donna M. Giarratana (H2217)
    6. Rezoning Petition Submitted by Joseph W. Klukowski (H2218)
    7. Rezoning Petition Submitted by Christian Eres (H2224)
    8. Rezoning Petition Submitted by Richard Doskoez and Bruce Wilt (H2225)
    9. Master Plan Revision Petition Submitted by Maxx Development Partners, LLC (H2226)
    10. Master Plan Revision Petition Submitted by Hillpointe, LLC, on behalf of John Grubbs (H2227)
    11. Master Plan Petition Submitted by Todd Mooney (H2213)
    12. Rezoning Petition Submitted by Rain Dancer, LLC, and Evergreen Partners, LLC (H2211)
    13. Master Plan Revision Petition Submitted by Jordan Anderson (H2182)

    ZONING COORDINATOR JENNIFER SOCH
    14. Petition Submitted by Amelia Homan and Jared Homan to Vacate Utility and Drainage Easements Located in Royal Highlands
    15. Petition Submitted by Kevin Johnson to Vacate Utility and Drainage Easements Located in Royal Highlands

    LEGISLATIVE (BOARD SITTING AS THE LOCAL PLANNING AGENCY / BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS)

    ACTING PLANNING ADMINISTRATOR MICHELLE MILLER
    16. Ordinance Adopting 10-Year Water Supply Facilities Work Plan and Revisions to Utilities Element of 2040 Comprehensive Plan Submitted by Hernando County Board of County Commissioners (CPAM2201)
    17. Ordinance Amending 2040 Comprehensive Plan by Revising Future Land Use Element, Land Use Compatibility and Urban Sprawl Prevention Sections, to Address Lot Size Compatibility Submitted by Hernando County Board of County Commissioners (CPAM2202)

    N. BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
    1. Commissioner Beth Narverud
    2. Commissioner John Allocco
    3. Commissioner Jeff Holcomb
    4. Commissioner Wayne Dukes
    5. Chairman Steve Champion
    6. County Attorney Jon Jouben
    7. Deputy County Administrator Tobey Phillips
    8. County Administrator Jeffrey Rogers

    O. ADJOURNMENT

    Publish: July 8, 2022