WATCH LIVE: Brevard County Commission Holds Meeting in Viera on Tuesday

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meeting begins at 5 p.m.

ABOVE VIDEO: Brevard County Commission to Hold Meeting in Viera on Tuesday.


C. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE: Commissioner Pritchett, Chair, District 1
D. MINUTES FOR APPROVAL: February 21, 2023 Regular Meeting
E.1. Resolution Recognizing May 2023 as Older Americans Month
E.2. Resolution Acknowledging the Week of May 7-May 13, 2023 as Corrections Officers
Appreciation Week
E.3. Resolution acknowledging Emergency Medical Services (EMS) Week
F. CONSENT AGENDA (The entire Consent Agenda will be passed in one motion to
include everything under Section F.)
Development and Environmental Services Group
Natural Resources Management
F.1. Approval of the recently awarded Stan Mayfield Working Waterfront Grant for the
acquisition and expansion of the Blue Crab Cove Working Waterfront site
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Planning and Development
F.2. Approval RE: Disbursement of Educational Facilities Impact Fees (Districts 1-5)
F.3. Approval RE: Transportation Impact Fee Technical Advisory Committee for the North
Mainland Benefit District Project Funding Recommendation (Districts 1 and 2).
F.4. Final Plat and Contract Approval, Re: North Island Villas
Developer: North Island Villas (FL) Owner IV, LLC District 2
Public Works Department
F.5. Approval, Re: Dedication of Utility Easement from Brevard Constructors, Inc. for the
Folsom Center Project – District 1
F.6. Approval, Re: Quit-Claim Deed in favor of Aridian Publishing Corporation for Purposes
of Releasing Subsurface Oil, Gas, and Mineral Rights Pursuant to 270.11(2) (b) and (3),
Florida Statute – District 5.
F.7. Approval Re: Local Agency Program Agreement and Resolution with the State of Florida
Department of Transportation for the Brevard County Intelligent Transportation
System Operational Support – Countywide
F.8. Approval Re: Permission to Apply to the INFRA Grants Program for Ellis Road Widening
– District 5
Community Services Group
Housing and Human Services
F.9. Approval, Re: Competitive Solicitations for Community Development Block Grant –
Coronavirus (CDBG-CV) funds
Parks and Recreation Department
F.10. Approval, Re: License Agreement for access across Environmentally Endangered Lands
(EEL) Program managed lands at Grant Flatwoods Sanctuary – District 3
Support Services Group
F.11. Authorization, RE: Municipal Review of Local Option Gas Tax (LOGT) Percentages
F.12. FY 2021-2022 Merritt Island Public Library Tax District Board Annual Financial Report
Central Services
F.13. Approval Re: Approval to Apply for a United States Department of Transportation
Charging and Fueling Infrastructure Grant for Electric Vehicle Charging Stations
Administrative Services Group
County Attorney
F.14. Item moved to New Business
County Manager
F.15. Confirmation of Phillip “Adam” Hied as Airport Manager
F.16. Appointment(s) / Reappointment(s)
F.17. Central Florida Crimeline Serving Brevard County
F.18. Economic Development Commission of Florida’s Space Coast, Inc. (hereafter referred to
as the “EDC”) Annual Audit Report and Bi-Annual Report
F.19. Bill Folder
F.20. Approval, Re: Fifty-three Month Copier Lease
F.21. Precinct Boundaries – Altered and Added (Chapter 101.001(1) F.S.)
F.22. Letter of Recognition to the City of Cape Canaveral for their 60-Year Anniversary
H.1. Public Hearing, Re: Ordinance Amending Chapter 2, Article VI, Division 2, Section 2-173,
“Enforcement Procedure.”
H.2. Approval of Third Quarter Supplemental Budget for Fiscal Year 2022-2023
Development and Environmental Services Group
J.1. Approval, Re: Contract for Sale and Purchase and Addendum 1 from Robin Bland for
the North Merritt Island Fire Station 40 – District 2.
Community Services Group
J.2. Approval, Re: Funding recommendations for listed FY 2023-24 Cycle 1 Sports Grant
Applications and Approval, Re: Move $12,000 for NKF Rich Salick Surf Festival from FY
2022-23 to FY 2023-24.
J.3. Approval. Re: FY 2023-24 Sports Event Grant Guidelines, Application and Committee
Score Sheet for Cycle 2 (April – September, 2024).
J.4. Resolution Demanding Attorneys Ray Taseff and Jessica Travis Pay Forward their
Settlement Fees to the Actual Victims of their Clients
Add Ons
J.5. Legislative Intent and Permission to Advertise an Ordinance Amending Chapter 62,
Article XVII, “Workforce Housing Incentives,” Brevard County Code of Ordinances
J.6. Amendments to BCC-97, Board Meeting Rules and Procedures, to Provide for the
Recording and Broadcast of Board of County Commissioners Meetings and for Public
Comment to Follow Board Reports
K.1. Frank Abbate, County Manager
K.2. Morris Richardson, County Attorney
K.3. Tom Goodson, Commissioner District 2, Vice-Chair
K.4 John Tobia, Commissioner District 3
K.5. Rob Feltner, Commissioner District 4
K.6. Rita Pritchett, Commissioner District 1, Chair