WATCH: Brevard County Commission Meeting For November 15, 2016

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CLICK HERE TO WATCH: The Brevard County Commission voted 4-1 Tuesday to approve the $1.06 billion budget for the fiscal year beginning Oct. 1.

CLICK HERE To Watch the Meeting – SEE the Full Agenda Below 

9:00 a.m. CALL TO ORDER

INVOCATION BY: Reverend Canon Dr. Drew H. Wales, St. Michael the
Archangel Church, Rockledge (District 2)

PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE: Commissioner Curt Smith, District 4
*APPROVAL OF MINUTES: September 6, 2016 Regular Meeting Minutes
and September 27, 2016 Special Meeting Minutes

I. RESOLUTIONS, AWARDS AND PRESENTATIONS (LESS THAN 5 MINUTES)
A. Video Presentation by Joe Mayer, Director, Government Relations – FL,
Lockheed Martin Space Systems Company, Re: Orion Exploration Light
Test-1, Exploration Mission-1, and Presentation of Framed U.S. Flag
Flown Aboard Orion During EFT-1 in December 2014
B. Resolution, Re: Recognizing and Congratulating the Winners of the
Supervisor of Elections and Check-fil-A 2016 Launch the Vote Student Art
Contest (District 4)
C. Resolution, Re: Proclaiming November 16, 2016, as GIS Day (District 4)
D. Resolution, Re: Recognizing Melbourne Greyhound Park for
Continued Community Support, Especially During Hurricane Matthew
(District 5)
Agenda -2- November 15, 2016

I. RESOLUTIONS, AWARDS AND PRESENTATIONS (CONTINUED)
E. Resolution, Re: Recognizing Yuliang Huang for His Creative and
Innovative Story Map Projects and His Efforts in Mentoring and Fostering
GIS to the Young Generation (District 4)
*F. Resolution, Re: Recognizing the March of Dimes in Brevard County and
Declaring November 17, 2016, as Prematurity Awareness Day (District 4)

II. CONSENT AGENDA (The entire Consent Agenda will be passed in one
motion to include everything under Section II.)
A. Development and Environmental Services Group
Natural Resources Management Department
1. Cost-Share Agreement with IRL Council, Re: Developing a
Shoreline Habitat Restoration and Management Plan – Phase I
Planning and Development Department
2. Board Approval, Re: Library Impact Fee Technical Advisory
Committee Recommendations (Districts 1-5)
*3. Board Approval, Re: Transmittal of Evaluation and Appraisal
Report (EAR) Determination Letter to State Planning Agency
Public Works Department
4. Termination of Use Agreement with A. Duda & Sons, Inc., Re:
Easement Rights Over Property at the South Central Waste Water
Treatment Facility (District 4)
5. Easement Agreement from A. Duda & Sons, Inc. (801), Re: South
Central Waste Water Treatment Facility (District 4)
Solid Waste Management Department
Utility Services Department
Valkaria Airport
6. Supplemental Joint Participation Agreement No. 1 (JPA) with
Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT), Re: Funds Related
to the Construction of Administration Building/Pilot Services
Facility; and Authorize Commercial Paper Loan or Best Available
Financial Mechanism to Fund the Non-Reimbursable Portion of
the JPA or the Airports’ Share to Construct the Project
A. Development and Environmental Services Group (continued)
7. Supplemental Joint Participation Agreement with Florida
Department of Transportation (FDOT), Re: Fuel Farm Upgrade,
Construction Phase, JPA FM No.: 437171-1-94-02, at Valkaria
Airport
B. Community Services Group
Housing and Human Services
Library Services Department
Parks and Recreation Department
1. Resolution, Re: Conveying the Satellite Beach Sports Park to the
City of Satellite Beach (District 4) (Fiscal Impact: Approval of This
Action Will Result in a Non-Recurring Revenue Increase of One
Hundred Dollars ($100) in the South Area Parks Operation
Budget)
*2. Amendment No. 3 to Agreement with AUE Staffing Solutions, Inc.,
Re: Expand Current Background and Screening Service to
Include “Seasonal” Volunteers (All Districts) (Fiscal Impact: The
Estimated Fiscal Impact for FY 16/17 is $126,445 to the Parks and
Recreation Budget and a Decreasing Amount Thereafter)
Tourism
Transit Services Department
University of Florida; Brevard County Extension
C. Public Safety and Support Services Group
Central Services
Emergency Management
Fire Rescue
Human Resources
1. Approval, Re: Recommended Changes to the Brevard County
Pay and Classification Plan Upon Implementation of New
Department of Labor (DOL) Overtime Rules – Fair Labor
Standards Act (FLSA) Revision

C. Public Safety and Support Services Group (continued)
Information Technology
2. Board Direction, Re: Response to Proposed AT&T Contract
Extension
SCGTV
D. Administrative Services Group
Budget
1. Approval, Re: Budget Change Requests
2. Acknowledge Receipt, Re: FY 2016-2017 Meeting Schedule for
the Mayfair Community Development District
3. Acknowledge Receipt, Re: FY 2016-2017 Meeting Schedule for
the Willow Creek Community Development District
County Attorney
County Manager
Miscellaneous
4. At Large Appointments/Reappointments, RE: Citizen Advisory
Boards
5. Appointments/Reappointments, Re: Citizen Advisory Boards
6. Approval, Re: Billfolder

III. PUBLIC COMMENTS (30 minutes)

IV. PUBLIC HEARINGS
A. Consideration of Finding it in the Public Interest, Re: Public Works
Department (Road and Bridge Construction) to Perform Work for
Construction of Wickham Road at Forest Lake Avenue/Golden Eagle
Court Intersection Improvements Construction Project (District 4) (Fiscal
Impact: $546,000)
B. Ordinance, Re: Amending Geography of North Brevard Economic
Development District (NBEDZ)
Agenda -5- November 15, 2016
V. UNFINISHED BUSINESS
A. Resolution, and Approval of Easement Forms as Presented, Re:
Proposed Grant of Aerial, Support, Temporary Construction and Drainage
Easements in and Over Pine Street to All Aboard Florida (District 1)
*B. Resolution, Re: Denying Baytree Community Development District
(CDD) Appeal

VI. NEW BUSINESS
A. Development and Environmental Services Group
1. Approval, Re: Emergency Maintenance of Engineered Dune in
Brevard South Beaches (District 3)
2. Board Approval, Re: Acknowledgement of Transportation Impact
Fee Deferrals for Madison Crest Affordable Housing Project
(District 1)
3. Board Approval, Re: Acknowledgement of Transportation Impact
Fee Deferrals for Royal Grove Affordable Housing Project
(District 1)
*4. Staff Direction, Re: Amend Ordinance Chapter 2, Article VI,
Division 2, Section 173 Pertaining to Code Enforcement
Procedure; and Chapter 2, Article VI, Division 2, Section 179
Pertaining to Notices
B. Community Services Group
*1. Resolution, Re: Allocation of Funding for the Environmentally
Endangered Lands Program (All Districts)
C. Public Safety and Support Services Group
D. County Attorney
*1. Lease Agreement with Hundred Acre Hollows, Inc., a Not-ForProfit
Corporation, Re: Allowing Development of a 114-Acre Site
into a Wildlife and STEM Education Center
E. County Manager
1. Appointments, Re: North Brevard Hospital District Board
Members
Agenda -6- November 15, 2016

VI. NEW BUSINESS (CONTINUED)
E. County Manager (continued)
*2. Resolution and Second Amendment to Development Agreement,
Re: To Permit the Developers to Construct the New Titus Landing
Retail Center in Titusville to Alter the Site Plan for Project Phases
One and Two
*3. Resolution, Re: Authorizing the Refunding of All or a Portion of
the County’s Outstanding Local Option Fuel Tax Revenue Bonds,
Series 2016 for Debt Service Savings
F. Miscellaneous
1. Citizen Request by Sara Ann Conkling, Re: One-Cent Local
Option Gas Tax for Public Transportation
*10:00 a.m. *2. Citizen Request by Mayor Tom Price, City of Rockledge, and
Larry Schultz, Former Mayor of City of Rockledge, Re: Waiving
Brevard County Policy BCC-58, Naming of County Facilities; and
Renaming of the Central Brevard Library and Reference CenterVII. PUBLIC COMMENTS (Comments may not address subsequent Agenda
Items. Speakers are allowed 3 minutes.)

VIII. BOARD REPORTS AND PRESENTATIONS (MORE THAN 5 MINUTES)

A. Stockton Whitten, County Manager
B. Scott Knox, County Attorney
C. Robin Fisher, District 1 Commissioner
D. Trudie Infantini, District 3 Commissioner
E. Andy Anderson, District 5 Commissioner
F. Curt Smith, District 4 Commissioner/Vice Chairman
G. Jim Barfield, District 2 Commissioner/Chairman

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The Brevard County Commission voted 4-1 Tuesday to give preliminary approval to the proposed $1.06 billion budget for the fiscal year beginning Oct. 1. Commissioner Trudie Infantini cast the lone no vote. A second budget hearing is scheduled for Sept. 27, at which time commissioners cast final votes.


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