See the Agenda for Regular Meeting of the Indialantic Town Council Set Oct. 11 at Town Hall

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SEE THE COMPLETE AGENDA BELOW

A regular meeting of the Indialantic Town Council will be held at 7 p.m. on Monday, May 15 at the Indialantic Town Hall, located at 216 Fifth Avenue in Indialantic.

BREVARD COUNTY • INDIALANTIC, FLORIDA – A regular meeting of the Indialantic Town Council will be held at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, October 11, in the Indialantic Town Hall, located at 216 Fifth Avenue in Indialantic, Florida.

The Indialantic Town Council includes Mayor Dave Berkman, Deputy Mayor Stu Glass (seat #4), Councilmember Dick Dunn (seat #3), Councilmember Randy Greer (seat #1) and Councilmember Mary Jo Kilcullen (seat #2).

NEW BUSINESS ITEMS

• Twelfth Avenue Drainage – Approve the installation of two drainage inlets and related pipe at an estimated cost of $25,000.

• Storm Sewer Improvement Effort – Address improving the existing storm sewer system; authorize a special election/mail ballot to obtain the wishes of the voters; and direct the Town Attorney to prepare the ballot question.

• Invasive Plants in Town Parks – Approve removing Category I invasive plants from Town parks.

• Town Manager Evaluation – Accept the performance evaluation for the Town Manager for the period of October 1, 2016 through September 30, 2017.

• Food Truck Event – Consider the Mayor’s request to sponsor a food truck event in NancePark at no cost to the Town.

• Hurricane Irma Recognition – Authorize recognition of those individuals who went above and beyond during the effects of Hurricane Irma.

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ABOVE MAP: A regular meeting of the Indialantic Town Council will be held at 7 p.m. on Monday, May 15 at the Indialantic Town Hall, located at 216 Fifth Avenue in Indialantic.

BELOW IS THE COMPLETE AGENDA

I. CALL TO ORDER:

Honorable Dave Berkman, Mayor

Honorable Stuart Glass, Deputy Mayor

Honorable Dick Dunn, Council Member

Honorable Randy Greer, Council Member

Honorable Mary Jo Kilcullen, Council Member

II. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE:

III. PUBLIC:

In accordance with the Town Council’s public participation policy, persons wishing to address the Town Council on a matter not listed on the agenda may speak under the public portion of the meeting agenda. A person must be recognized by the Mayor prior to arriving at the podium to speak.

Speakers must provide their name and address and must direct comments to the Mayor and not to the members of the audience.Please observe the time limit of three (3) minutes while speaking under the public portion of the meeting agenda.

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IV. PUBLIC ANNOUNCEMENTS:

A. There are currently openings, including reappointments, on the General Employees Pension Board; Melbourne Beach Library Advisory Board; and Police/Fire Pension Board.

B. There will be openings and reappointments on the General Employees Pension Board; Heritage Committee; Parks, Recreation and Beautification Committee; Police/Fire Pension Board; and Zoning & Planning Board in November.

C. Council Member Randy Greer, Mr. Simon Kemp, and Ms. Laura Rankin have qualified to run for Seat 1, and Council Member Dick Dunn and Mr. Lawrence Maxwell have qualified to run for Seat 3 in the November 7, 2017, General Election.Those elected will be sworn in on December 13, 2017.

D. The 10th Annual Witch Way 5K will be held on Saturday, October 14, 2017.

E. The 2017 Halloween Festival will be held on Saturday, October 28, 2017, from 4 to 8 p.m..

V. CONSENT AGENDA:

A. Minutes 17-14 – Regular Meeting of September 13, 2017

Minutes 17-15 – Special Meeting of September 27, 2017

B. Appointments:

a. MelbourneBeach Library Advisory Board – 2 openings.Thomas P. Carnohan and Elfriede A. Raedler wish to be reappointed.Reappoint Mr. Carnohan and Ms. Raedler.

C. Town Manager Employment Agreement – Approve Amendment #24 to implement the FY-18 cost-of-living adjustment for the Town Manager.

VI. ORDINANCES AND RESOLUTIONS:

A. Ordinance No. 17-18(b)/Second Reading and Public Hearing –Extending the Current Water Franchise Agreement through January 27, 2018.

B. Ordinance No. 18-01/First Reading: Granting a Water Franchise to the City of Melbourne.

VII. UNFINISHED BUSINESS:

A. Fifth Avenue Enhancement – Continued discussion.

VIII. NEW BUSINESS:

A. Twelfth Avenue Drainage – Approve the installation of two drainage inlets and related pipe at an estimated cost of $25,000.

B. Storm Sewer Improvement Effort – Address improving the existing storm sewer system; authorize a special election/mail ballot to obtain the wishes of the voters; and direct the Town Attorney to prepare the ballot question.

C. Invasive Plants in Town Parks – Approve removing Category I invasive plants from Town parks.

D. Town Manager Evaluation – Accept the performance evaluation for the Town Manager for the period of October 1, 2016 through September 30, 2017.

E. Food Truck Event – Consider the Mayor’s request to sponsor a food truck event in NancePark at no cost to the Town.

F. Hurricane Irma Recognition – Authorize recognition of those individuals who went above and beyond during the effects of Hurricane Irma.

IX. ADMINISTRATIVE MATTERS:

A.Report from Town Manager

B.Report from Town Attorney

X. REPORTS:

A.Mayor Berkman

B.Deputy Mayor Glass

C.Council Member Dunn

D.Council Member Greer

E.Council Member Kilcullen

XII. ADJOURNMENT.

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