City Commission Meeting              Summary              April 7, 2009

              Call to Order

              Meeting called to order 6:30 PM.

Attendee Name

Title

Status

Arrived

Scott Brook

Mayor

Late

7:05 PM

Vincent Boccard

Vice Mayor

Present

 

Claudette Bruck

Commissioner

Present

 

Roy Gold

Commissioner

Absent

 

Tom Powers

Commissioner

Present

 

Michael Levinson

City Manager

Present

 

Sam Goren

City Attorney

Present

 

Peter Richardson

City Clerk

Present

 

              Invocation

Father George Puthusseril

St. Andrew Catholic Church

              Pledge of Allegiance

Jared Johnson, 5th Grade

Country Hills Elementary

1.              Recognitions/Proclamations/Presentations:

a.              Water Conservation Month:

Proclaim April as “Water Conservation Month” in the City of Coral Springs.

              Requested By: Commissioner Gold

b.              Arbor Day Proclamation:

Proclaim Saturday, April 18, 2009, as “Arbor Day” in Coral Springs.

c.              National Public Safety Telecommunicators Week:

Proclaim April 12 – 18, 2009, as “National Public Safety Communications Week.”

2.              Public Hearings/Announcements of Special Meetings & Workshops:

a.              Ph - Excellence in Education:

1.              Special Exception Petition, North Broward Preparatory Schools, Ltd.:

Request to hold quasi and public hearings and authorize the City Attorney’s Office to draft an order approving Q1-SE-09, pursuant to the specified conditions, relative to petition of North Broward Preparatory Schools, Ltd., for a Special Exception from Section 250352 and 250353 of the Land Development Code to allow residential dormitories that will accommodate approximately 110 students within the RM-20 (Medium Density Multiple-Family) District legally described as Parcel B Springs Park located at 3251 NW 101 Avenue in combination with Lot 3, Block E and Parcel E, Springs Park. (REQUEST TO HOLD HEARINGS, AUTHORIZE)

RESULT:              AUTHORIZED [UNANIMOUS]

MOVER:              Claudette Bruck, Commissioner

SECONDER:              Tom Powers, Commissioner

AYES:              Brook, Boccard, Bruck, Gold, Powers

 

Public hearings held; City Attorney’s Office authorized to draft order approving Q1-SE-09.

3.              Consent:

a.              Con - Customer Involved Government:

1.              Minutes Approval

a.              Tuesday, March 17, 2009

RESULT:              ACCEPTED [UNANIMOUS]

MOVER:              Tom Powers, Commissioner

SECONDER:              Claudette Bruck, Commissioner

AYES:              Brook, Boccard, Bruck, Gold, Powers

b.              Minutes, March 17, 2009, City Commission Workshop:

Request to approve the minutes of the City Commission workshop held on March 17, 2009.  (REQUEST TO APPROVE)

RESULT:              APPROVED [UNANIMOUS]

MOVER:              Tom Powers, Commissioner

SECONDER:              Claudette Bruck, Commissioner

AYES:              Brook, Boccard, Bruck, Gold, Powers

2.              Furnish/Install Artificial Turf:

Request to award Bid #09-B-065F for the Purchase of Artificial Turf at Batting Cages & Batting Stations to Synthetic Turf International, Jupiter, Florida, in the amount of $26,600.00.  (REQUEST TO AWARD)  CIP

RESULT:              AWARDED [UNANIMOUS]

MOVER:              Tom Powers, Commissioner

SECONDER:              Claudette Bruck, Commissioner

AYES:              Brook, Boccard, Bruck, Gold, Powers

 

3.              Memorandum of Agreement UASI-2007:

Request authorization to enter into Amendment to the Memorandum of Agreement with UASI, in the amount of $17,087.44 and authorize the City Manager or his designee to execute the agreement.  (REQUEST TO AUTHORIZE)

RESULT:              AUTHORIZED [UNANIMOUS]

MOVER:              Tom Powers, Commissioner

SECONDER:              Claudette Bruck, Commissioner

AYES:              Brook, Boccard, Bruck, Gold, Powers

 

4.              Memorandum of Agreement UASI - 2008:

Request authorization to enter into the Memorandum of Agreement with UASI, in the amount of $406,293 and authorize the City Manager or his designee to execute the agreement. (REQUEST TO AUTHORIZE)

RESULT:              AUTHORIZED [UNANIMOUS]

MOVER:              Tom Powers, Commissioner

SECONDER:              Claudette Bruck, Commissioner

AYES:              Brook, Boccard, Bruck, Gold, Powers

 

b.              Con - Financial Health & Economic Development:

1.              General Contracting Services:

Request to award and authorize the Mayor to execute the contracts for LOI 09-B-041 for general contracting services for various projects to the following three (3) companies: ARZ Builders, Inc., Boca Raton, Florida; Everglades General Contr. Svcs., Inc., Sunrise, Florida; and Bluewater Builders, Inc., Coral Springs, Florida.  The initial term of this contract will begin from date of award through 4/6/11.   The estimated annual expenditure is $200,000.  (REQUEST TO AWARD, AUTHORIZE)

RESULT:              AWARDED [UNANIMOUS]

MOVER:              Tom Powers, Commissioner

SECONDER:              Claudette Bruck, Commissioner

AYES:              Brook, Boccard, Bruck, Gold, Powers

 

Contracts awarded for general contracting services; Mayor authorized to execute same.

2.              Purchase of Poured in Place Safety Surface:

Request to award item #09-B-080M for the purchase of poured in place safety surface to Bliss Products and Services, Inc., Lithia Springs, Georgia in the amount of $30,190.00, utilizing Clay County Bid #08/09-3. (REQUEST TO AWARD)  CIP

RESULT:              AWARDED [UNANIMOUS]

MOVER:              Tom Powers, Commissioner

SECONDER:              Claudette Bruck, Commissioner

AYES:              Brook, Boccard, Bruck, Gold, Powers

 

3.              Diesel Fuel & Biodiesel:

Request to extend the contract for diesel fuel and biodiesel through the Southeast Florida Governmental Purchasing Cooperative Group, RFP #06-A-098, to the following firms:  Primary Award:              BV Oil company, Items 3-7 and Urbieta Oil Co., Items 8 & 9; and Secondary Award: MacMillan Oil Co., Items 3-7 (currently terminating on May 31, 2009) to June 30, 2009.   The estimated annual expenditure for the City of Coral Springs under this contract is approximately $295,000 for diesel fuel and approximately $78,000 for biodiesel.  (REQUEST TO EXTEND)

RESULT:              APPROVED [UNANIMOUS]

MOVER:              Tom Powers, Commissioner

SECONDER:              Claudette Bruck, Commissioner

AYES:              Brook, Boccard, Bruck, Gold, Powers

 

4.              20 KW Data Center in a Row System:

Request to award contract for a 20 KW Data Center in a Row from Power Logics, Inc. of Apollo Beach, FL via GSA Schedule #GS-07F-9335S in the amount of $98,534.51. (REQUEST TO AWARD)   CIP, GRN

RESULT:              AWARDED [UNANIMOUS]

MOVER:              Tom Powers, Commissioner

SECONDER:              Claudette Bruck, Commissioner

AYES:              Brook, Boccard, Bruck, Gold, Powers

 

5.              Green Cleaning Janitorial Services:

Request to extend contract and authorize the Mayor to execute the 90 day contract extension for green cleaning janitorial services, RFP 07-D-002, to Cleaning Systems, Inc. of Sunrise, Florida, from March 31, 2009, thru June 30, 2009, in the amount of $42,720.  (REQUEST TO EXTEND, AUTHORIZE)  GRN

RESULT:              APPROVED [UNANIMOUS]

MOVER:              Tom Powers, Commissioner

SECONDER:              Claudette Bruck, Commissioner

AYES:              Brook, Boccard, Bruck, Gold, Powers

 

Contract extended; Mayor authorized to execute contract extension.

6.              Aggregates, Top Soils, and Sand:

Request to renew the contract for aggregates, top soils, and sand through the Southeast Florida Governmental Purchasing Cooperative Group, Bid #2007-018, to Austin Tupler Trucking, Inc., Davie, Florida, and Tenex Enterprises, Inc., Coral Springs, Florida, beginning from July 3, 2009, through July 7, 2010.  The estimated annual expenditure is $50,000.00.  (REQUEST TO RENEW)

RESULT:              APPROVED [UNANIMOUS]

MOVER:              Tom Powers, Commissioner

SECONDER:              Claudette Bruck, Commissioner

AYES:              Brook, Boccard, Bruck, Gold, Powers

 

7.              Sodium Hexametaphosphate:

Request to award contract and authorize the Mayor to execute the contract for sodium hexametaphosphate, Bid #09-C-051F, to Thatcher Chemical of Florida, Salt Lake City, Utah, beginning from date of award through April 6, 2010.   The estimated annual expenditure is $79,000.  (REQUEST TO AWARD, AUTHORIZE) 

RESULT:              AWARDED [UNANIMOUS]

MOVER:              Tom Powers, Commissioner

SECONDER:              Claudette Bruck, Commissioner

AYES:              Brook, Boccard, Bruck, Gold, Powers

 

Contract awarded; Mayor authorized to execute same.

8.              Special Events Funding Second Round:

Request to consider and approve the Evaluation Committee’s recommendations for funding awards for Round 2 of the Special Events Funding Program for Fiscal Year 2009 in the amount of $5,500.00.  (REQUEST TO APPROVE)

RESULT:              APPROVED [UNANIMOUS]

MOVER:              Tom Powers, Commissioner

SECONDER:              Claudette Bruck, Commissioner

AYES:              Brook, Boccard, Bruck, Gold, Powers

 

9.              Disaster Recovery Services:

Request to renew the contract and authorize the Mayor to execute the new agreement prepared by the City Attorney’s office for Disaster Recovery Services, RFP #05-C-158, to Phillips and Jordan, Inc. of Knoxville, TN, upon approval of City Commission through March 31, 2011.  (REQUEST TO RENEW, AUTHORIZE) 

RESULT:              APPROVED [UNANIMOUS]

MOVER:              Tom Powers, Commissioner

SECONDER:              Claudette Bruck, Commissioner

AYES:              Brook, Boccard, Bruck, Gold, Powers

 

Contract renewed; Mayor authorized to execute same.

c.              Con - Neighborhood & Environmental Vitality:

1.              Invoices for Legal Services, Johnson, Anselmo, Et Al.:

Request to approve payment of invoices submitted by the law firm of Johnson, Anselmo, Murdoch, Burke, Piper & Hochman, P.A. for legal services provided during the period of January/February, 2009 in the amount of $2,759.00.  (REQUEST TO APPROVE)

RESULT:              APPROVED [UNANIMOUS]

MOVER:              Tom Powers, Commissioner

SECONDER:              Claudette Bruck, Commissioner

AYES:              Brook, Boccard, Bruck, Gold, Powers

 

2.              Amendment, CDBG Block Grant Disaster Recovery Initiative:

Request to approve the first amendment to the agreement between Broward County and the City of Coral Springs for the 2005 Community Development Block Grant Disaster Recovery Initiative Funds for Service Area #6- Back-Up Generators for Raw Water Well Sites. (REQUEST TO APPROVE)  CDBG

RESULT:              APPROVED [UNANIMOUS]

MOVER:              Tom Powers, Commissioner

SECONDER:              Claudette Bruck, Commissioner

AYES:              Brook, Boccard, Bruck, Gold, Powers

 

3.              Tree Inventory, Urban and Community Forestry Grant Application:

Request to authorize staff to submit a matching grant application for an Urban and Community Forestry Grant in the amount of $15,000 and to provide up to $15,000 in matching funds from the tree trust fund.  (REQUEST TO APPROVE) NEC, GRN

RESULT:              APPROVED [UNANIMOUS]

MOVER:              Tom Powers, Commissioner

SECONDER:              Claudette Bruck, Commissioner

AYES:              Brook, Boccard, Bruck, Gold, Powers

 

4.              Whispering Woods Supplemental Landscaping, Urban and Community Forestry Grant Application:

Request to authorize staff to submit a matching grant application for an Urban and Community Forestry Grant in the amount of $10,000 and to provide up to $10,000 in matching funds from the tree trust fund.  (REQUEST TO APPROVE)  NEC, GRN

RESULT:              APPROVED [UNANIMOUS]

MOVER:              Tom Powers, Commissioner

SECONDER:              Claudette Bruck, Commissioner

AYES:              Brook, Boccard, Bruck, Gold, Powers

 

5.              Expand Scope of Services, Road Resurfacing Contract:

Request to approve expansion of scope of services to Pavex Corporation d/b/a Ranger Construction – South of Pompano Beach in the amount of $105,275.75.   (REQUEST TO APPROVE)

RESULT:              APPROVED [UNANIMOUS]

MOVER:              Tom Powers, Commissioner

SECONDER:              Claudette Bruck, Commissioner

AYES:              Brook, Boccard, Bruck, Gold, Powers

 

4.              Citizen’s Requests:

a.              Harry Rosen, 200 East Broward Boulevard, Fort Lauderdale.

Royal Utility Company acquisition proposal/letter. 

5.              Commissioners Communications:

a.              Mayor Brook:

·              Requested that City staff arrange for recognition of volunteers and mentors of the year in Coral Springs.  Ms. Liston said that the Customer Involved Government Committee was working in coordination with City staff on this matter.

 

·              Following a discussion by the City Commission, requested that City staff develop a staff time and cost estimate for developing applications for up to three awards for the annual Florida League of Cities annual award/recognition program.  Commissioner Gold requested that City staff distribute an overview of awards information to the Mayor and City Commission and staff. 

 

·              Inquired about the status of the 50 Million Pound Challenge program in Coral Springs.  Ms. Liston said that the City's webpage contained information about how interested parties could participate through their local houses of worship or other community organizations. 

 

·              Inquired about the viability of banning the use of cell phones in motor vehicles and only permitting“hands free” cell phone devices.  Mr. Goren provided an update on this matter, noting that the State of Florida had uniform control on this matter and might possibly permit potential local regulation in the future. 

 

·              Inquired about the status of the Buy Coral Springs campaign.  Ms. Verdi-Sarwar noted that a total of seventy-one businesses had signed on to the program to date.  She stated that additional information was available at City Hall, City Hall in the Mall and on-line at www.coralsprings.org <http://www.coralsprings.org>.

 

·              Inquired about the status of the potential summer jobs program using Federal stimulus funding.  Mr. Donmez and Mr. Pazdra stated that City staff had met recently with Work Force One staff to review program requirements for the potential deployment of young people between the ages of 14 and 24 to participate in a summer jobs program. 

 

·              Requested, and received City Commission concurrence, to sign a letter to the Office of Telecommunications and Information Applications urging the adoption of certain rules pertaining to broadband adoption relative to public safety communications capabilities.

 

·              Requested City Commission authorization to sign a letter to Governor Crist regarding the declaration of a State of Emergency relative to Chinese drywall concerns in the State of Florida.   Several City Commissioners noted that this issue was still evolving and included a roundtable discussion about Chinese drywall related concerns tomorrow morning in West Palm Beach.

b.              Vice Mayor Boccard:

·              Expressed appreciation to all of the City’s volunteers ranging from teenagers to senior citizens who attended the “Rat Pack is Back” performance at the Coral Springs Center for the Art.

 

·              Invited all interested persons to submit recipes or request sponsorships for potential inclusion in a book called “Recipe for Life” with proceeds going to benefit the Lisa Boccard Breast Cancer Foundation.  Noted that the deadline for submittals was April 30, 2009.

 

·              Invited all interested persons to attend his office hours on the second Tuesday of every month between 4:00 and 5:00 p.m. at City Hall and between 6:00 and 7:00 p.m. at Wings Plus on Sample Road.

c.              Commissioner Bruck:

·              Extended birthday wishes to Mr. Lloyd R. Wicks, Gatehouse Attendant at Carriage Pointe Estates, upon the occasion of his 90th birthday on Friday, April 3, 2009.

 

·              Expressed best holiday wishes to all for a Happy Easter and Happy Passover.

 

·              Reminded all interested persons to “Buy Coral Springs” whenever possible.  Noted that additional information about this initiative was available at www.coralsprings.org <http://www.coralsprings.org>.

d.              Commissioner Gold:

·              Extended congratulations to the Coral Springs Museum of Art and the Museum’s Director, Barbara O’Keefe, for being the 2009 recipient of Broward Cultural Foundation’s Moretti Award.

 

·              Invited all interested persons to attend the Tenth annual Great Art Affair on the evening of April 30th at the Coral Springs Museum of Art.  Noted that renowned artist Romero Britto would be in attendance at the event.

 

·              Requested, and received, City Commission consensus to direct the City Attorney’s Office to draft and adopt a resolution recognizing April 2009 as “Census Awareness Kick-Off Month.

 

ACTION:              To direct the City Attorney’s Office to draft and adopt a resolution declaring and  recognizing April 2009 as “Census Awareness Kickoff Month”

Motion:              Commissioner Gold

Second:              Commissioner Bruck

Vote:                            5-0

 

·              Invited interested persons to visit www.smartgrowthpartnership.org <http://www.smartgrowthpartnership.org> to find out more about  “smart growth”

 

·              Expressed grateful appreciation to all of the Coral Springs firefighters recognized at the recent “Fire Slayers” award ceremony. 

 

·              Expressed appreciation to the Coral Springs Forum for their recent publication of an article highlighting “The Coral Springs Experience” initiative, a program to encourage persons of all ages to visit various locales around Coral Springs.  Also expressed grateful appreciation to TD Bank for donating $1000 as the title sponsor of this program.

 

·              Noted that the State of Florida had recently instituted the “Florida Backyard Card Program” to encourage Florida residents to make purchases, including their vacation plans, in the State of Florida.

e.              Commissioner Powers:

·              Expressed appreciation to the crew members of the USS Theodore Roosevelt and all members of the United States military for protecting the safety of United States citizens around the globe.

 

·              Invited all interested persons to attend his office hours on Tuesday, April 14th, at the Breakfast Joint on Coral Ridge Drive between 8:30 and 9:30 a.m. and between 1:30 and 2:30 p.m. at Larry’s Ice Cream on University Drive.

 

·              Expressed appreciation to everyone involved with the recent successful “Festival of the Arts” event at The Walk on University Drive.

 

·              Expressed appreciation to all of the young people who participated in the recent Business Success Day event held on Friday, March 27th, at Sartory Hall.

 

·              Expressed profound gratitude to all of the volunteers providing assistance to the City of Coral Springs and other organizations in our community.

 

·              Noted that it had been his pleasure to attend the recent ribbon-cutting event for “intelligent classrooms” at Coral Springs High School.

 

·              Expressed appreciation for the opportunity to attend the recent luncheon held by the Broward County Meals on Wheels Program in honor of the late Nat Goren, a long-time Meals on Wheels advocate and leader in Broward County and father of City Attorney Sam Goren.

 

·              Inquired whether City staff was still awaiting a response from Broward County relative to the left turn signal movement at the intersection at Westview Drive and Coral Springs Drive.  Mr. Donmez said this was correct.

6.              Policy Formation and Direction:

a.              Pol - Customer Involved Government:

1.              Forfeiture Funds:

Request to authorize the use of $ 526,801.21 in law enforcement trust funds for various purchases, including $500,000 for School Resource Officers salaries for April through September 2009.  All amounts and accounts are listed in the background information.  (REQUEST TO AUTHORIZE)

RESULT:              AUTHORIZED [UNANIMOUS]

MOVER:              Roy Gold, Commissioner

SECONDER:              Claudette Bruck, Commissioner

AYES:              Brook, Boccard, Bruck, Gold, Powers

 

2.              Appointments, Broward League of Cities:

Request to appoint a Director, Alternate, and Second Alternate to the Broward League of Cities Board of Directors.  (REQUEST TO APPOINT)

RESULT:              APPROVED [UNANIMOUS]

MOVER:              Claudette Bruck, Commissioner

SECONDER:              Vincent Boccard, Vice Mayor

AYES:              Brook, Boccard, Bruck, Gold, Powers

City Commission made the following appointments to the Broward League of Cities:  Commissioner Gold – Director; Mayor Brook – Alternate; and Vice Mayor Boccard – Second Alternate.

3.              Appointments to Public Art Committee:

Request to consider appointments to the Public Art Committee (Two vacancies).  (REQUEST TO APPOINT)

RESULT:              APPROVED [UNANIMOUS]

MOVER:              Tom Powers, Commissioner

SECONDER:              Claudette Bruck, Commissioner

AYES:              Brook, Boccard, Bruck, Gold, Powers

City Commission made the following appointments to the Public Art Committee:  Dae Gilmer (Alternate representative) and Elise Vinciguerra (High School Student representative).

b.              Pol - Financial Health & Economic Development

1.              Authorization to Enter into Sub-Grant Agreement for Hazard Mitigation Grant Program Project-Wind Retrofit of the Coral Springs Public Safety Building, Phase II:

Request authorization to enter into Sub-grant Agreement for Hazard Mitigation Grant Program Project – Wind Retrofit of the Coral Springs Public Safety Building, Phase II and authorize the City Manager or his designee to execute the Agreement.  (REQUEST TO AUTHORIZE)

RESULT:              AUTHORIZED [UNANIMOUS]

MOVER:              Roy Gold, Commissioner

SECONDER:              Claudette Bruck, Commissioner

AYES:              Brook, Boccard, Bruck, Gold, Powers

 

Authorization to enter into Sub-Grant Agreement approved; City Manager authorized to execute same.

7.              City Manager’s Communication:

None.

8.              City Attorney’s Communication:

Mr. Goren provided an update on the University Drive Extension matter noting that the latest developments did not appear favorable toward the extension of University Drive into Palm Beach County.   

9.              Motion To Adjourn:

The meeting adjourned at 8:29 PM.

 

 

 

                                                                                    ____________________________

                                                                                    Peter M. J. Richardson, CRM

                                                                                    City Clerk

 

This meeting was recorded and a tape recording is on file in the City Clerk's Office for five years pursuant to Florida law and City policy.  These minutes are a permanent public record of the City of Coral Springs maintained in the City Clerk's Office.

 

If a person decides to appeal any decision made by the City Commission with respect to these matters, he or she must ensure that verbatim record of the proceedings is made.  The record should include the testimony and evidence upon which the appeal is to be based.

 

BP:                            Included in Business Plan

CIP:                            Included in Capital Improvements Program

CDBG:              Included in Community Development Block Grant

CRA:                            Project reviewed by Community Redevelopment Agency Board

CRC:                            Project reviewed by Construction Review Committee

CSAB:                            Project reviewed by Charter School Advisory Board

EDF:                            Project reviewed by Economic Development Foundation

FAC:                            Project reviewed by Financial Advisory Committee

GRN:                            Green Initiative

NEC:                            Project reviewed by Neighborhood and Environmental Committee

PAC:                            Project reviewed by Public Art Committee

SC:                            Project reviewed by Sports Commission

SP:                            Included in Strategic Plan

 


CITIZENS REQUESTS (MUNICIPAL CODE, SECTION 2-2):  

 

The City Commission of the City of Coral Springs, at each regularly scheduled meeting (first and third Tuesdays), shall entertain citizen requests.  Any citizen desiring to address the City Commission must submit a written request to the City Clerk.  Citizen requests will be held in the priority order in which they are received.  Each request shall succinctly detail the matter to be brought before the City Commission; shall contain the address and phone number where the citizen can be reached if the need arises; and shall be dated and signed.  Citizen requests are traditionally entertained at 7:30 p.m.

 

Items on the agenda which are not designed as Public Hearings must be discussed during the citizens requests period.  Waiver of rules.  By majority vote, the City Commission may invite citizen discussion on any agenda item and thereby waive the proscriptions otherwise outlined in this section. 

 

Decorum to be maintained.  In every case where a citizen is recognized by the Mayor to discuss an agenda item, he/she shall step to the podium, state his/her name and address for the benefit of the City Clerk, and identify any group or organization he/she represents.  He/she shall then succinctly state his/her position regarding the item before the City Commission.  Order shall be maintained at each City Commission meeting and the Mayor is hereby empowered to order from the room any citizen who refuses to comply with the rules and regulations outlined in this section.  The Police Chief or his authorized agent in attendance at the meeting shall carry out the order of the Mayor in this regard. 

 

Time limit on discussion.  Subject to waiver rule contained within this section, public discussion by individual citizens shall be limited to three (3) minutes at the citizens request period.

 

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