WATCH LIVE: Brevard County Commission Meeting Now Underway In Viera

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SEE COMPLETE MEETING AGENDA BELOW

WATCH LIVE: Brevard County Commission meeting is now underway in Viera, Florida.

I. RESOLUTIONS, AWARDS, AND PRESENTATION (LESS THAN 5 MINUTES)

*A. Presentation, Re: Central Florida Expressway Authority (District 2)
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
Merritt Island Redevelopment Agency
Mosquito Control

II. CONSENT AGENDA (CONTINUED)
A. Development and Environmental Services Group (continued)
Natural Resources Management Department
1. Replacement Interlocal Agreement (ILA), Re: Distribution of Pollution-Reduction Credits Received for Projects Funded by the Save Our Indian River Lagoon Surtax
North Brevard Economic Development Zone
Planning and Development Department
Public Works Department
2. Warranty Deed from Concept Development, Inc. in Favor of Brevard County, Re: Additional Road Right-of-Way for Property Located in Section 37, Township 20G South, Range 34 East (District 1)
Solid Waste Management Department
Utility Services Department
Valkaria Airport
B. Community Services Group
Fire Rescue
1. Permission to Solicit and Award Competitive Bids and Authorize the Chair to Execute Contract, Re: Paramedic Training of up to 40 Employees (Fiscal Impact: (Currently Under Fire Rescue Training) FY 2017-2018 $43,000; Allocate Funds from Career Source of Brevard FY 2017-2018 in the Amount of $97,000; and Projected Needed Amount for FY 2018-2019 $120,000)
Housing and Human Services
2. Approval, Re: Execution of Satisfaction of Mortgages for Housing and Human Services Department Projects
Library Services Department
B. Community Services Group (continued)
Parks and Recreation Department
3. Approval, Re: Ulumay Wildlife Sanctuary-Environmentally Endangered Lands (EEL) Program Land Transfer to EEL Nature Sanctuary Network (District 2) (Fiscal Impact: FY 17/18-Fiscal Impact to EEL Program Funds for Initial Signage, Trail Markers for Hiking and Paddling are Approximately $1,000. There are no Fiscal Impacts to the General Fund)
Tourism Development
Transit Services Department
University of Florida; Brevard County Extension
C. Support Services Group
Budget
Central Services
1. Permission to Reject Bids Received in Response to Bid #B-7-17- 82, Re: Sykes Creek Regional WWFT Headworks Improvements (Fiscal Impact: Funds are Available and Budgeted in Fund 4153, Cost Center 365310/5650000)
Communications/SCGTV
Emergency Management
Human Resources
2. Authorize Human Resources to Pursue, Re: Senior Management Service Class Designations for the Mosquito Control Department Director, SCGTV/Communications Office Director, and Airport Manager Positions (Fiscal Impact: For the Remaining of the Fiscal Year (Pay Periods 4-22): $23,953)
Information Technology
D. Administrative Services Group
County Attorney
County Manager
D. Administrative Services Group (continued)
Miscellaneous
1. Approval, Re: Advertising of Delinquent Property Taxes
2. Approval, Re: Revised Precinct Boundaries Due to Annexations by the Cities of Melbourne and West Melbourne
3. Appointments/Reappointments, Re: Citizen Advisory Boards

III. PUBLIC COMMENTS (30 minutes)

IV. PUBLIC HEARINGS

A. Resolution, Re: Petition to Vacate Two Public Utility and Drainage Easements and One Public Utility Easement – Alamanda Court – Rio Lindo – Indialantic – Clement DiLoreto (District 5) (Fiscal Impact: $640 Vacating Application Fee Paid by Petitioner)
B. Ordinance, Re: Amendments to Section 102-122(a) of the Code of Ordinances of Brevard County Relating to Pledging Tourist Development Tax Revenues for Repayment of Revenue Bonds
*10:00 a.m. C. Ordinance, Re: Amendments to Chapter 14, Article II, Animal Control, Brevard County Code of Ordinances
*D. Resolution, Re: Amending EMS Rate Resolution No. 09-65, Reflecting Proposed Increase to EMS User Fees (Fiscal Impact: Projected Annual Revenue Increase of $1,000,000)

V. UNFINISHED BUSINESS

VI. NEW BUSINESS

A. Development and Environmental Services Group
B. Community Services Group
1. Appointment, Re: Environmentally Endangered Lands (EEL) Program Selection and Management Committee (SMC)
C. Support Services Group
D. County Attorney
*11:00 a.m. *1. Board Direction, Re: Retaining a Law Firm to Join the Multi-District Federal Litigation as a Plaintiff Filing its Own Complaint for Damages and Costs Against Various Pharmaceutical, Manufacturing, Etc. Companies Involved in Creating the Current Opioid Crisis
E. County Manager
F. Miscellaneous
*1. Resolution, Re: Repeal of Local Preference Policy (District 3)

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. Curt Smith, District 4 Commissioner
F. Kristine Isnardi, District 5 Commissioner/Vice Chair
G. Rita Pritchett, District 1 Commissioner/Chair

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