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Hernando County Board of County Commissioners Regular Meeting Agenda Tuesday, April 12, 2022

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

Tuesday, April 12, 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, April 26, 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

9:15 AM D. CITIZENS’ COMMENTS (Yellow sheets are not required for speakers)

E. BOARD/STAFF RESPONSES

9:50 AM F. CONSENT AGENDA

AGREEMENT/PROPERTY
1. Acceptance of Perpetual Utility Easement From Spring Storage, LLC, for Maintenance, Repair and Operation of Existing Water Infrastructure for Property Located on Commercial Way
2. Application for Tax Deeds on Properties With Tax Certificates Held by County
3. Interlocal Ground Lease Agreement With Hernando County School Board for Property Adjacent to Brooksville-Tampa Bay Regional Airport
4. Resolution Ratifying Denial of Rezoning Petition Submitted by YumLife Ventures, LLC

APPOINTMENTS
5. Appointment of Nicholas R. Holmes to Board of Construction and Regulation Until December 31, 2025
6. Appointment of Sophia Watson to Pasco-Hernando Workforce Board of Directors

AVIATION
7. Consent to Mortgage of Leasehold Interest With Capital City Bank and Imex Model Co., Inc., for Property Located at 15391 Flight Path Drive at Brooksville-Tampa Bay Regional Airport
8. Eighth Amendment to Aviation Ground Lease With Raytheon Company for Use of Airfield at Brooksville-Tampa Bay Regional Airport for Testing of Portable Radar Systems
9. T-Hangar Lease Agreement With Jason Costa for Hangar No. 3 at Brooksville-Tampa Bay Regional Airport
10. T-Hangar Lease Agreement With Karl Bambas for Dome Hangar No. 6 at Brooksville-Tampa Bay Regional Airport

COMMEMORATIVE
11. Resolution Proclaiming April 2022 as Donate Life Month
12. Resolution Proclaiming April 2022 as Springs Protection Awareness Month
13. Resolution Proclaiming April 10, 2022, Through April 16, 2022, as National Public Safety Telecommunicators Week

MISCELLANEOUS
14. Declaration of Various Tangible Property as Surplus for Disposal and Removal From Fixed Asset Inventory
15. Subordination of Mortgage Agreement for Valentine Popoca, Jr., Through Homeownership Down Payment Assistance Program
16. Transmittal of List of Accounts Payable Disbursements for Weeks Ended March 4, 2022, March 11, 2022, and March 18, 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. Various Satisfactions of Interim Disposal Special Assessment Liens
20. Approval of Minutes for Regular Meeting March 22, 2022

G. CORRESPONDENCE TO NOTE
1. Correspondence From Various Customers Expressing Appreciation for Services Provided by Utilities Department Staff
2. Letter From Greater Hernando County Chamber of Commerce in Support of Proposed Half-Cent Sales Tax Referendum
3. Letter From State Department of Economic Opportunity Regarding Review of Comprehensive Plan Amendment Adopted by Ordinance No. 2022-03 on February 8, 2022
4. Letter of Appreciation From Bay County Emergency Services for Services Provided by Hernando County Fire and Emergency Services During Chipola Complex Wildfire
5. Notice of Conditional Use Permit Action Taken by Planning and Zoning Commission on March 14, 2022
6. Notice of Special Exception Use Permit Actions Taken by Planning and Zoning Commission on March 14, 2022
7. Receipt of Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse Trust Fund Monthly Report for February 2022
8. Transmittal of FY 2023 Proposed Operating Budget for Spring Ridge Community Development District

10:00 AM H. COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR JEFF ROGERS
1. Confirmation of Aaron Pool as Development Services Director
2. Request for Additional Position of Site Plan Review Coordinator Within Department of Public Works Engineering Division
3. Update Regarding Ongoing Board Directives

10:15 AM I. ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT DIRECTOR VALERIE PIANTA
1. Agreement and Lease With Burrell Aviation Brooksville, LLC, for Aviation Expansion Project at Brooksville-Tampa Bay Regional Airport
2. Gunnery Backstop Enhancement Project at Brooksville-Tampa Bay Regional Airport and Technology Center
3. Incentives Agreement With Barrette Outdoor Living, Inc.

11:15 AM J. OFFICE OF MANAGEMENT AND BUDGET DIRECTOR/CHIEF PROCUREMENT OFFICER TONI BRADY

MANAGEMENT AND BUDGET
1. Community Planning Technical Assistance Grant Application to State Department of Economic Opportunity for Broadband Feasibility Study
2. Budget Resolution Recognizing Additional Revenue From Department of Environmental Protection for Waste Tire Amnesty Day Event
3. Budget Resolution Recognizing FY 2022 State Aid to Libraries Grant Funding
4. Budget Resolution Recognizing State Department of Financial Services Matching Grant Funding for Fire Station No. 6 Renovation Project

PURCHASING AND CONTRACTS
5. Award of Contract to Augustine Construction, Inc., for Deltona Boulevard Sidewalk Local Agency Program Project From Elgin Boulevard to SR 50 (Contract No. 22-CG0024/DK; Amount: $207,580.70)
6. Award of Contract to Metro Equipment Service, Inc., for Weeping Willow Street Force Main and High Point Lift Station Rehabilitation Project and Associated Budget Resolution (Contract No. 22-CG0003/DK;
Amount: $4,422,445.00)
7. Final Close-Out of Contract With Goodwin Bros. Construction, Inc., for Canary Avenue and Mandrake Road Municipal Service Benefit Unit Project (Contract No. 21-C00081/DK; Amount: $9,487.78)
8. Final Close-Out of Contract With Goodwin Bros. Construction, Inc., for Hillandale Avenue Drainage Improvement Project (Contract No. 19-R00007; Amount: $43,043.10)
9. Final Close-Out of Contract With Seggie Custom Builders, LLC, for Recycling Building Repair Project (Contract No. 19-R00007; Amount: $9,887.45)
10. Purchase of Vehicle Stabilizer Sets From Team Equipment, Inc., for Hernando County Fire and Emergency Services (Amount: $42,179.20)
11. Utilization of City of Largo Contract With Rowland, Inc., for Manhole Repair (Amount: $250,000.00)

11:30 AM K. CONSERVATION LANDS SPECIALIST MICHAEL SINGER
Adoption of Environmentally Sensitive Lands Management Plan Update

12:00 PM L. PUBLIC WORKS DIRECTOR/COUNTY ENGINEER SCOTT HERRING
1. Declaration of County Owned Property Located on McKethan Road as Surplus Property and Consideration of Purchase Offer Submitted by Fuentes & Cardona, LLC
2. Declaration of County Owned Property Located on McKethan Road as Surplus Property and Consideration of Purchase Offer Submitted by John and Heather Braxton
3. Declaration of County Owned Property Located on McKethan Road as Surplus Property and Consideration of Purchase Offer Submitted by John and Heather Braxton (Key #898194)
4. Declaration of County Owned Property Located on Mitchell Road as Surplus Property and Consideration of Purchase Offer Submitted by Robert J. Burgess
5. Declaration of County Owned Property Located on Treiman Boulevard as Surplus Property and Consideration of Purchase Offer Submitted by Shane Woody
6. Lease Agreement With RATP Dev USA, Inc., f/k/a McDonald Transit Associates, Inc., for Property Located on Aeriform Drive
7. Revision to Board Policy No. 16-01 Regarding Municipal Service Benefit Unit Citizen Initiated Creation and Administration

12:30 PM 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
COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT SERVICES DIRECTOR AARON POOLE
1. Variance Petition Submitted by Linda Ann McCabe

ZONING COORDINATOR JENNIFER SOCH
2. Petition Submitted by Carrie Perez for Hardship Relief From Subdivision Regulations

PLANNING DIRECTOR RONALD PIANTA
3. Rezoning Petition Submitted by Theodore Sheppard (H2181)
4. Master Plan Petition Submitted by Jordan Anderson on Behalf of Joseph Foy on Behalf of Commercial Capital US, LLC (H2182)
5. Rezoning Petition Submitted by Enterprise Holdings on Behalf of Kimberly Lee Wall (H2201)
6. Special Exception Use Permit Petition Submitted by Sofia Vogt (SE-21-14)
7. Rezoning Petition Submitted by Brightwork Real Estate, Inc., on Behalf of Kenneth L. Haber, Martha Haber, Gary Haber and Evelyn Haber (H2167)

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

PLANNING DIRECTOR RONALD PIANTA
8. Adoption of 10-Year Water Supply Facilities Work Plan and Revisions to Utilities Element of 2040 Comprehensive Plan (CPAM-22-01)
9. Large-Scale Comprehensive Plan Text Amendment to Revise 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 (CPAM-22-02)

LEGISLATIVE
ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT DIRECTOR VALERIE PIANTA
10. Ordinance Amending Job Creation Incentives and Correction of Scrivener’s Errors

3:30 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: 4/8/2022