BOCC 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, June 14, 2022

    IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT, PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES NEEDING A SPECIAL ACCOMMODATION TO PARTICIPATE IN THIS PROCEEDING SHOULD CONTACT COLLEEN CONKO, HERNANDO COUNTY ADMINISTRATION, 15470 FLIGHT PATH DRIVE, BROOKSVILLE, FLORIDA 34604, (352) 754-4002. IF HEARING IMPAIRED, PLEASE CALL 1-800-676-3777.

    If a person decides to appeal any quasi-judicial decision made by the Hernando County Board of County Commissioners with respect to any matter considered at such hearing or meeting, he or she will need a record of the proceeding, and that, for such purpose, he or she may need to ensure that a verbatim record of the proceeding is made, which record includes the testimony and evidence upon which the appeal is to be based.

    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, June 28, 2022, beginning at 9:00 A.M., in the John Law Ayers County Commission Chambers, Room 160.

    9:00 AM A. CALL TO ORDER
    1. Invocation
    2. Pledge of Allegiance

    B. APPROVAL OF AGENDA (Limited to Board and Staff)

    9:05 AM C. ELECTED OFFICIALS

    9:20 AM D. CITIZENS’ COMMENTS (Yellow sheets are not required for speakers)

    E. BOARD/STAFF RESPONSES

    10:00 AM F. CONSENT AGENDA

    AIRPORT
    1. Assignment and Assumption Agreement of Ground Lease From D.A.B. Constructors, Inc., to MEL USA Property Holder I, LLC for Land Parcel at Brooksville-Tampa Bay Regional Airport

    AGREEMENT/GRANT
    2. Acceptance of Emergency Medical Services Matching Grant From State Department of Health for Purchase of Intravenous Infusion Pumps for Hernando County Fire and Emergency Services and Associated Budget Resolution
    3. Agreement Between International Association of Fire Fighters and Hernando County Fire and Emergency Services for Peer Support Training Program
    4. Emergency Management Grant Application From Florida Department of Environmental Protection for Resilient Florida 2022
    5. Request by Sheriff’s Office to Apply for FY 2022 Bureau of Justice Assistance Grant for Replacement of Vests Through Bulletproof Vest Partnership
    6. Request by Sheriff’s Office to Apply for FY 2022 US Department of Justice Office of Community Oriented Policing Services Hiring Program Grant
    7. State Funded Grant Agreement With State Division of Emergency Management for Emergency Management Preparedness Assistance Grant and Associated Budget Resolution

    PROPERTY
    8. Acceptance of Perpetual Easement From James Loftin and Nancy Loftin to Mitigate Flooding Issues on Culbreath Road
    9. Final Plat for Preston Trail Subdivision

    TRANSIT
    10. Designation of Signature Authority to Development Services Director Aaron Pool, Transit Coordinator Jannina Elkin, and County Attorney Jon Jouben for Federal Transit Administration Electronic Software
    11. Public Transportation Agency Safety Plan for TheBus

    MISCELLANEOUS
    12. Budget Amendment Transferring Funds From Reserve Account to Professional Services and Operating Supplies Expenditure Accounts for Additional Cost of Covering Closed C&D Debris Landfill
    13. Declaration of Various Tangible Property as Surplus for Disposal and Removal From Fixed Asset Inventory
    14. Discharge of Order and Satisfaction of Code Enforcement Special Master Lien for Darren Raye Asbell
    15. Resolution Granting Signature Authority for State Mosquito Control Budget Forms to Director of Management and Budget
    16. Transmittal of List of Accounts Payable Disbursements for Weeks Ended May 6, 2022, May 13, 2022 and May 20, 2022
    17. Various Discharges of Orders and Satisfactions of Code Enforcement Special Master Liens
    18. Various Satisfactions of Code Enforcement Public Nuisance Abatement Special Assessment Liens
    19. Approval of Minutes for Regular Meeting April 26, 2022

    G. CORRESPONDENCE TO NOTE
    1. Donation of Reef Materials From Coastal Conservation Association and Restoring Ecosystems and Coastal Habitat, Inc., for Artificial Reef Projects
    2. Letter From State Department of Economic Opportunity Regarding Review of Proposed Comprehensive Plan Amendment No. 22-01ESR
    3. Letter From State Department of Economic Opportunity Regarding Review of Proposed Comprehensive Plan Amendment No. 22-02ESR
    4. Receipt of Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse Trust Fund Monthly Report for April 2022
    5. Transmittal From Clerk of Circuit Court and Comptroller of Independent Accountants’ Report on Statement of County Funded Court Related Functions for FY Ended September 30, 2021, Conducted by MSL, P.A.
    6. Transmittal From Clerk of Circuit Court and Comptroller of Landfill Escrow Account and Independent Auditor’s Report for FY Ended September 30, 2021, Conducted by MSL, P.A.
    7. Transmittal From Federal Transit Administration of Final Report of
    FY 2021 National Transit Database Report
    8. Transmittal of Financial Statements and Independent Auditor’s Report Submitted by Clerk of Circuit Court and Comptroller for FY Ended September 30, 2021

    10:10 AM H. COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR JEFF ROGERS
    1. Discussion Regarding Debt Services
    2. Update Regarding Ongoing Board Directives

    10:30 AM I. OFFICE OF MANAGEMENT AND BUDGET DIRECTOR/CHIEF PROCUREMENT OFFICER TONI BRADY

    MANAGEMENT AND BUDGET
    1. Acceptance of RESTORE Act Direct Component Funding Award Amendment From US Department of Treasury for Additional Funding Pertaining to Linda Pedersen Park Improvement Project and Associated Budget Resolution
    2. Acceptance of Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration Grant Award to Expand Substance Abuse Treatment Capacity in Adult Drug Courts and Associated Budget Resolution
    3. Budget Amendment Recognizing Funds Carried Forward From Fiscal Year 2021 for Capital Expenses
    4. Budget Resolution Recognizing Various Donations in Support of Library Services
    PURCHASING AND CONTRACTS
    5. Award of Contract to Property Services General Contractors for Fire Station No. 14 Asphalt Driveway Replacement Project (Contract No. 22-C00069/DK; Amount: $52,997.00)
    6. Award of Contract to Robert A. Buckner and Associates, Inc., for Realtor/Marketing Agent Services (Contract RFP 22-R00060/TPR)
    7. Increased Annual Expenditure of Contract With Pace Analytical Services, LLC, for Leachate Testing Services for Solid Waste Department (Contract No. 19-P00074)
    8. Purchase of Bunker Gear From Municipal Emergency Services Utilizing Lake County Contract for Fire Equipment Supplies (Contract No. 17-060G; Amount: $40,137.84)
    9. Purchase of Software Upgrade and Training From Carlson Software Inc., for GPS System at Landfill (RQ No. 220922; Amount: $98,475.00)
    10. Ratification of Emergency Purchase Order to Citrus Well Drilling for Jamaica Water Treatment Plant (Amount: $44,936.00)
    11. Ratification of Emergency Purchase Order to Cummins Power South, LLC, for Replacement Motor for Fire Engine No. 11 (Amount: $45,125.88)

    10:40 AM J. HERNANDO COUNTY HOUSING AUTHORITY EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR TERRI BEVERLY
    1. Non-Profit Construction Deferred Loan Agreement With Habitat for Humanity of Hernando County, Inc., Through State Housing Initiative Partnership Program
    2. Request From Summit Villas Senior, LLLP, for Local Government Funding Contribution Through State Housing Initiatives Partnership Program for Redevelopment of Summit Villas Apartment

    11:00 AM K. DEVELOPMENT SERVICES DIRECTOR AARON POOL
    Resolution Amending Building Division Fee Schedule

    11:30 AM L. ZONING COORDINATOR JENNIFER SOCH
    Petition Submitted by Pablo Cabrera for Family Hardship Relief From Subdivision Regulations

    11:40 AM 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

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

    ACTING PLANNING ADMINISTRATOR MICHELLE MILLER
    1. Small Scale Comprehensive Plan Amendment Submitted by Meritage Homes of Florida, Inc. on Behalf of Nancy Goode, LLC, Dianne Goode, and Jill Graddy (CPAM2203)
    2. Small Scale Comprehensive Plan Amendment Submitted by New Strategy Holdings, LLC on Behalf of Ridge Manor Project, LLC (CPAM2112)

    BOARD SITTING IN ITS QUASI-JUDICIAL CAPACITY

    STANDARD

    ACTING PLANNING ADMINISTRATOR MICHELLE MILLER
    3. Rezoning Petition Submitted by Meritage Homes of Florida, Inc. on Behalf of Nancy Goode, LLC, Dianne Goode, and Jill Graddy (H2220)
    4. Rezoning Petition Submitted by Ridge Manor Project, LLC (H2174)
    5. Rezoning Petition Submitted by Cemex Construction Materials Florida, Inc. (H2221)
    6. Master Plan Petition Submitted by TP SEDK XVII, LLC on Behalf of Gautuam Thakkar and Heena Thakkar (H2222)
    7. Rezoning Petition Submitted by Amerco Real Estate Company on Behalf of P.K. Paul and Liza Paul (H2202)
    8. Rezoning Petition Submitted by Shutts & Bowen, LLP on Behalf of Temple Beth David Jewish Center, Inc., to Establish Public Service Facility Overlay District for Communication Tower (H2210)
    9. Rezoning Petitions Submitted by Lennar Homes, LLC on Behalf of John F. Mason, Trustee of John F. Mason Revocable Trust (H2185) and Lennar Homes, LLC on Behalf of EBH Acquisition, LLC (H2187)

    ZONING COORDINATOR JENNIFER SOCH
    10. Petition Submitted by Michael Robert Thompson and Lynn Dee Thompson to Vacate Utility and Drainage Easements Located in Royal Highlands

    LEGISLATIVE
    DEVELOPMENT SERVICES DIRECTOR AARON POOL
    11. Variance Petition Submitted by Brian Garrison and Vicki McMahan on Behalf of Florida Coast Shrimp, LLC

    3:00 PM N. BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
    1. Commissioner Jeff Holcomb
    2. Commissioner Wayne Dukes
    3. Commissioner Beth Narverud
    4. Commissioner John Allocco
    5. Chairman Steve Champion
    6. County Attorney Jon Jouben
    7. Deputy County Administrator Tobey Phillips
    8. County Administrator Jeffrey Rogers

    O. ADJOURNMENT

    Publish 6/10/2022