CITY GOVERNMENT: Indialantic Town Council Agenda Set for Next Regular Meeting on July 11

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See the complete meeting agenda below

A regular meeting of the Indialantic Town Council will be held at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, July 11,  at the Indialantic Town Hall, located at 216 Fifth Avenue. See the complete meeting agenda below:

BREVARD COUNTY INDIALANTIC, FLORIDA – A regular meeting of the Indialantic Town Council will be held at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, July 11,  at the Indialantic Town Hall, located at 216 Fifth Avenue. See the complete meeting agenda below:

I. CALL TO ORDER:

Honorable Dave Berkman, Mayor
Honorable Stu 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 agenda.

To ensure that everyone is heard, all speakers, including Council Member and staff, are requested to speak directly into the microphone.

IV. PUBLIC ANNOUNCEMENTS:

A. There are currently openings, including reappointments, on the Board of Adjustment; Civil Service Board; Parks, Recreation and Beautification Committee and Police/Fire Pension Board of Trustees.
B. There will be openings and reappointments on the Civil Service Board; Heritage Committee; Parks, Recreation and Beautification Committee; and Police/Fire Pension Board of Trustees in August.

V. CONSENT AGENDA:

A. Minutes No. 18-09: Town Council Meeting of June 18, 2018
B. Appointments:
a. Board of Adjustment – 2 openings. Safvat Kalaghchy would like to be reappointed. Reappoint Mr. Kalaghchy.
b. Civil Service Board – 1 opening. David Melito would like to be appointed. Appoint Mr. Melito.
c. Parks, Recreation and Beautification Advisory Board – 1 opening. Anne Maguire would like to be reappointed. Reappoint Ms. Maguire.

C. CDBG Cooperation Agreement with BrevardCounty – Approve renewal for fiscal years 2019, 2020, and 2021.

D. Audit contract: Approve contract with Carr, Riggs & Ingram for $23,500 per year for auditing FY-2018, FY-2019, and FY-2020.

VI. ORDINANCES AND RESOLUTIONS:

A. Ordinance No. 2018-08/2nd reading and public hearing: Relating to permitting dogs and certain other animals in Town parks.
B. Ordinance No. 2018-09/2nd reading and public hearing: Changing the dates/times prior to the Town election to qualify to run for Town Council to expedite delivery of ballot information to the Supervisor of Elections.
C. Resolution No. 2018-10: Regulating dogs in certain Town parks.
D. Ordinance No. 2018-10/1st reading: Increasing the cost of metered parking in Zones 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5 to help defray the costs associated with replacing individual parking meters with a kiosk parking system.
E. Resolution No. 2018-11: Honoring Fifty Years of Municipal Home Rule.

VII. UNFINISHED BUSINESS:

A. Parking Meter Consideration – Determine if Council desires for staff to proceed to implement the kiosk parking meter system.
B. Christmas Tree Revisited – Discussion and possible action for replacement Christmas tree for the 2018 season.

VIII. NEW BUSINESS:

A. Set the proposed millage rate for FY-19 at 6.2653 (for a total millage rate of 7.2653 with the 1.0 mills for the voted bond for stormwater improvement); set date for the first public hearing on the millage rate and budget for 7:00 p.m. on September 12, 2018; set date for the second public hearing for 5:30 p.m. on September 24; and set date for Council’s budget workshop for 6:00 p.m. on August 8, 2018.

IX. PUBLIC HEARING:

A. Regarding the possible Censure of Council Member Mary Jo Kilcullen

I. Chair to provide an overview of process and ground rules

II. The Mayor to present charges as provided on June 18, 2018; a copy of which was sent by email to all members of the Council on May 16, 2018.

III. Council Member Kilcullen to present a response to the charges, including questions to Mayor Berkman about the nature of the charges.

IV. Questions

A. Questions by any Council Member other than Council Member Kilcullen
B. Questions and/or response by Council Member Kilcullen

V. Public Comment

A. Speakers must provide their name and address and must direct comments to the Chair, not to any specific member of Council, and not to the audience. Speaking time will be limited to a maximum of three (3) minutes. The use of profane language or improper language will not be tolerated. The public comment must relate directly to the charges presented. At the completion of public comment, the public portion of the proceeding will be closed.

VI. Summation by the Mayor and by Council Member Kilcullen

VII. Council discussion on any action to be taken. At this point, a motion may be made. Any action should relate directly to the charges presented.

X. ADMINISTRATIVE MATTERS:

A. Report from Town Manager
B. Report from Town Attorney

XI. 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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