REPLAY: Brevard Commissioner John Tobia To Propose Amendment To EDC Grant Agreement During Meeting Tuesday

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District 3 Brevard County Commissioner John Tobia will be centerstage during Tuesday’s commission meeting as he will propose an amendment to the Economic Development Commission Grant Agreement.

BREVARD COUNTY • VIERA, FLORIDA – District 3 Brevard County Commissioner John Tobia will be centerstage during Tuesday’s commission meeting as he will propose an amendment to the Economic Development Commission Grant Agreement.

Tobia’s proposed amendment will require additional transparency in how the EDC does business, including how the organization spends the $1.4 million it gets from Brevard County taxpayers each year.

The EDC is tasked with attracting new business and investment and expanding existing industry throughout the Space Coast, influencing change on government laws and regulations affecting economic development, promoting the Space Coast to encourage new investment, supporting efforts of Space Coast military installations and relaying new programs and procedures to assist manufacturing and high tech companies.

The complete meeting agenda can be seen below.

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ABOVE MAP: The Brevard County Commission meeting will be held in the Brevard County Government Center, located 2725 Judge Fran Jamieson Way in Viera, Florida. The meeting will start Tuesday at 9 a.m.

The Brevard County Commission meeting will be held in the Brevard County Government Center, located 2725 Judge Fran Jamieson Way in Viera, Florida. The meeting will start Tuesday at 9 a.m. The Brevard County Commission includes Rita Pritchett, front left, of District 1; John Tobia, back right, of District 3; Kristine Isnardi, front right, of District 5; Jim Barfield, top left, of District 2; and Chairman Curt Smith, center front, of District 4.

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BREVARD COUNTY COMMISSION MEETING AGENDA FOR AUGUST 22, 2017

9 a.m. CALL TO ORDER

INVOCATION BY: Pastor Jason Linkous, New Life Christian Fellowship Church, Titusville (District 1)

PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE: Commissioner John Tobia, District 3

MINUTES APPROVAL: May 25, 2017, Zoning Meeting Minutes

I. RESOLUTIONS, AWARDS AND PRESENTATIONS

A. Resolution, Re: Recognizing Brevard County Fire Rescue (BCFR) as the Recipient of the American Heart Association’s Mission: Lifeline Silver Plus Award (District 4)
B. Resolution, Re: Recognizing Brevard County Fire Rescue (BCFR) for Implementing and Distributing the Handtevy Pediatric System within its Agency and to Nine Fire Rescue Agencies in Brevard County (District 4)
*C. Resolution, Re: Recognizing the Danger of Texting and Driving (District 5)
D. Resolution, Re: Honoring Senator Debbie Mayfield and Represenatatives Thad Altman, Randy Fine, and Tom Goodson for Their Efforts in Securing Passage of House Joint Resolution 7105 (District 3)
E. Resolution, Re: Recognizing August 2017 as National Breastfeeding Month (District 5)
F. Presentation by Mike Cunningham, Re: The Brevard Marine Advisory Council Update (District 2)
*G. Presentation by St. Johns River Water Management District (SJRWMD), Re: Share Check
*H. Resolution, Re: Recognizing, Honoring, and Celebrating Sally’s House (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. (Deleted)
Planning and Development
2. Binding Development Plan, Re; 2620 U.S. Highway 1, LLC (District 1)
3. Board Consideration, Re: Request for Reduction of Fine and Release of Code Enforcement Lien for Gregory A. and Renee Crutchfield, 965 Oak St. Merritt Island, FL (District 2) (Fiscal Impact: $29,025 Fine/$17,209 Reduction = $11,816 Payment Due)
Public Works Department
4. Settlement Agreement in the Amount of $93,500, Re: Brevard County, Florida v. Sumerset Florida, LLC, et al, Case No.: 05-2011-CA-031229-XXXX-XX, Chelsea Park Homeowner’s Association Parcels 126, 149, 733, 821, and 823 for Eminent Domain Action for Barnes Boulevard
5. Approval of Supplemental Agreement No. 1, Re: Grant of Easement from Patrick Air Force Base to Brevard County (District 4)
6. Release and Termination of Temporary Construction Easement (TCE), Re: Synergistic Satellite, Inc. to Brevard County (District 4)
A. Development and Environmental Services Group
Solid Waste Management Department
Utility Services Department
Valkaria Airport
B. Community Services Group
Housing and Human Services
1. Approval of Agreements, Re: The Dori Slosberg Driver Education Safety Act/Driver Education Safety Trust Fund
Library Services Department
2. Application to the Florida Department of State, Division of Library Services, Re: State Aid to Libraries FY 2017-2018
Parks and Recreation Department
3. Amendment to Agreement with MB Dogs, Inc., d/b/a Billies, Re: Allowing Reassignment to New Vendor
Tourism
Transit Services Department
University of Florida; Brevard County Extension
C. Public Safety and Support Services Group
Central Services
1. Amendment of Three Professional Consulting Agreements with Quentin L. Hampton (QLH), Inc., Re: Reflect the Official Change in the Consultant Company’s Name to Mead & Hunt, Inc.
Natural Resources Management Department
Emergency Management
Fire Rescue
*2. (Deleted)
3. Approval, Re: County’s Liability, Workers’ Compensation, and Aviation Insurance Program for Fiscal Year 2017-2018
Information Technology
SCGTV
D. Administrative Services Group
Budget
1. Approval, Re: Budget Change Request(s)
County Attorney
County Manager
Miscellaneous
2. Approval, Re: County Manager’s Agreement
3. Appointments/Reappointments, Re: Citizen Advisory Boards

III. PUBLIC COMMENTS (30 minutes)

IV. PUBLIC HEARINGS

A. Resolution, Re: Petition to Vacate Part of 30.0 Foot Wide, Unopened Public Right-of-Way – Blocks 24 and 25, “A Re-plat of Section 17 of Indian River Park” Section 17 Twp. 20G S., Rge. 35 E. – Mims – Pamela Childers – (District 1) (Fiscal Impact: Petitioner Paid $640 Vacating Application Fee)
B. Ordinance, Re: Code Revision to Chapter 62, Article VI, Section 62-1482, Medical Marijuana Treatment Centers and Pharmacies (First Reading)
C. Resolutions, Re: Adoption of Solid Waste Assessments, Fees and Charges, and Ratifications, Confirmation, and Certification of the Solid Waste Special Assessment Rolls

V. UNFINISHED BUSINESS

*A. Selection of Site Location, Re: New Emergency Operations Center

VI. NEW BUSINESS

A. Development and Environmental Services Group
*1. Authorization of Task Order with Bussen-Mayer Engineering Group, Inc., Re: Provide Design, Permitting, and Construction Support Services for Micco Sewer Line Extension Project (Fiscal Impact: $195,000)
B. Community Services Group
*10:00 a.m. 1. Legislative Intent and Permission to Advertise, Re: Changes to Tourist Development Tax Budget Plan
C. Public Safety and Support Services Group
D. County Attorney
E. County Manager
F. Miscellaneous
1. Board Consideration, Re: Amendment to EDC Grant Agreement (District 3)
*2. Permission to Advertise Public Hearing, Re: Consideration of Application for the 2017 Edward Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance
*3. Resolution, Re: Calling for Referendum Election to Consider a Charter Amendment Imposing Term Limits for Barefoot Bay Recreation District Board of Trustees
*4. Resolution, Re: Florida Legislature Amend Chapter 2001-336(8)(12)(C) in Order to Give All Commissioners Equal Weight in the Adoption of User Fees (District 3)
*5. Brevard County Beachfront Parks Enterprise Plan, Re: Lori Wilson Park (District 2)

VII. PUBLIC COMMENTS (Comments may not address subsequent Agenda Items. Speakers are allowed 3 minutes.)

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

A. Frank Abbate, County Manager
B. Scott Knox, County Attorney
C. Jim Barfield, District 2 Commissioner
D. John Tobia, District 3 Commissioner
E. Kristine Isnardi, District 5 Commissioner
F. Rita Pritchett, District 1 Commissioner/Vice Chairwoman
G. Curt Smith, District 4 Commissioner/Chairman
Executive Session: Masci General Contractor, Inc. v. Brevard County, Florida, Case No. 05-2015-CA-046973-XXXX-XX

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