BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
SEMINOLE COUNTY, FLORIDA
APRIL 22, 2003
The following is a non-verbatim transcript of the BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS MEETING OF SEMINOLE COUNTY, FLORIDA, held at 9:33 a.m. on Tuesday, April 22, 2003, in the SEMINOLE COUNTY SERVICES BUILDING at SANFORD, FLORIDA, the usual place of meeting of said Board.
Chairman Daryl McLain (District 5)
Vice Chairman Grant Maloy (District 1) (Late)
Commissioner Randy Morris (District 2)
Commissioner Dick Van Der Weide (District 3)
Commissioner Carlton Henley (District 4)
County Manager Kevin Grace
County Attorney Robert McMillan
Deputy Clerk Sandy McCann
The Invocation was given by Chaplain Bob Gregory, Good News Jail & Prison Ministry.
Patricia Gehri, Executive Vice President ICCF, led the Pledge of Allegiance.
AWARDS & PRESENTATIONS
Chairman McLain advised that a delegation from the Slovak Republic is in attendance. He recognized Patricia Gehri, Executive Vice President of ICCF.
Ms. Gehri addressed the Board to introduce interpreter, Ivo Reznicek.
Mr. Reznick introduced the following members of the delegation: Ms. Edita Angyalova, Ivan Mako, Livia Pokstaller, Kristina Vulganova, and Jan Vysocky.
Motion by Commissioner Henley, seconded by Commissioner Van Der Weide to adopt appropriate Resolution #2003-R-82, as shown on page _______, commending Cindy Hall, Fiscal Services Director, for her eight years of service to Seminole County.
Districts 2, 3, 4 and 5 voted AYE.
The Resolution was presented to Ms. Hall who expressed her appreciation to the Board and her staff.
Motion by Commissioner Van Der Weide, seconded by Commissioner Henley to adopt appropriate Resolution #2003-R-81, as shown on page _______, proclaiming the week of April 21-27, 2003, as “National Community Development Week” in Seminole County.
Districts 2, 3, 4 and 5 voted AYE.
The Resolution was presented to Community Services Manager, Colleen Rotella, who addressed the Board to express her appreciation and to introduce the members of her staff.
Commissioner Maloy entered the meeting at this time.
Joe Montisano, Executive Director of the Central Florida Zoo, addressed the Board to give an update on the Phase 1A expansion of the zoo. He displayed a model of the project for the Board’s review. He stated that currently the zoo is at capacity for their education programs and there is a waiting list for school groups. The first phase of the project will be the Wayne M. Densch Environmental Education Complex that will include an auditorium suitable for formal presentations seating 200. It will also have classrooms for formal education programs and traveling exhibits and will feature a ZooLab for hands-on education. He stated the courtyard will have an amphitheater. He advised that they will be going out to bid and providing the bids come in at what the zoo can afford, construction should start this summer. He said also this summer, they will be having summer nights at the zoo with live entertainment. Copy of information sheet regarding the expansion was received and filed.
Commissioner Van Der Weide stated the zoo is a regional asset and he sees that Orange County has contributed to the expansion. He said he would hope that Volusia County would do the same thing.
A brief discussion ensued with regard to the trail connecting to the zoo.
Mr. Grace advised the trail is something that staff feels needs to be done in the future; however, it was not part of the original list of projects on the referendum.
Chairman McLain advised the Consent Agenda consists of Items #4-39. He further advised that there is an add-on to the Sheriff’s Agenda (#50A) and an add-on to the Regular Agenda (#53A). He stated that the applicant for Item #56, under the 1:30 p.m. public hearings (Vacate/Yates), has asked for a continuance. He said that is the only item for the afternoon meeting and if the Board wishes, they can have the County Attorney reconvene the meeting and advise that the item will be brought up for consideration of the continuance at the 7:00 p.m. public hearing. Therefore, there would be no need for the Board to meet at l:30 p.m. today. The Board voiced no objections to same.
Mr. Grace introduced the new Tourism Director, Suzan Bunn.
Discussion ensued with regard to Item #25, RFP-4182-03/BJC, Irrigation Audits Services. Commissioner Maloy expressed his concern with the cost per zone, stating some large properties have 10 to 12 zones. Commissioner Henley expressed his concern that this is just audits and there is no enforcement with it.
Mr. Grace recommended withdrawing this item from the agenda, with staff to bring it back with a cap on a per lot basis.
Commissioner Van Der Weide discussed capping free-flowing wells.
Upon inquiry by Commissioner Maloy, County Engineer, Jerry McCollum, addressed the Board to advise construction on East Lake Brantley Road (Item #24) should begin tentatively around the summer of next year.
Commissioner Henley stated that in view of the tourism budget, he suggested the Board consider taking a look at money for agreements, such as Item #39 (Seminole Soccer Club, Inc.) be considered a loan. Mr. Grace stated staff can look at that during next fiscal year.
Motion by Commissioner Morris, seconded by Commissioner Henley, to approve and authorize the following:
4. Approve granting of an Easement, as shown on page _______, to Florida Power & Light to provide additional electric distribution facilities to the Juvenile Justice Center; and authorize Chairman to execute easement.
5. Approve and authorize Chairman to execute the Second Renewal and Third Amendment, as shown on page _______, to Seminole County Probation Office lease.
10. Approve and authorize Chairman to execute Resolution #2003-R-83, as shown on page _______, allowing for charges for emergency and non-emergency transport services to be automatically adjusted to coincide with the maximum Medicare approved rate(s).
11. Authorize staff to advertise and hold a public hearing on May 13, 2002 to amend the Occupational License Ordinance to include new rates and classifications.
12. Approve and authorize Chairman to execute a Competitive Grant Proposal, as shown on page _______, to the National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA) for funding through the Technology Opportunities Program (TOP) to fund up to $700,000 to develop and implement an Integrated Government Services System for Seminole County.
13. BCR #03-47 – $67,900 – Public Works – Roads/Stormwater – Fund: 10101 – Transportation Fund. Roads and Stormwater have been increasing their reliance on Contracted Camera Services over the past fiscal year. This service allows for the inspection of underground pipes to locate problem areas. Public Works proposes to use balances available in the equipment account line to purchase a Gravity/Sewer Enclosed TV Inspection System at a cost of $67,900. Savings by purchasing the camera (verses contracting services out) would be approximately $40,000 annually.
14. BCR #03-48 – $30,000 – Public Works – Traffic Engineering – Fund: 11500 – 1991 Infrastructure Sales Tax Fund. Road Operations is reconstructing Holiday Avenue and it will be necessary to replace the speed bumps. Funding to replace these speed bumps is available from Traffic Engineering Safety Contingency funding. An accounting adjustment is requested to move this funding.
15. BCR #03-49 – $119,500 – Public Safety – EMS Trust – Fund: 11800 – EMS Trust Fund. Staff requests this transfer of operating funds in the EMS Trust Fund to a capital account to accommodate the purchase of 30 Mobile Data Terminals as part of the Computer Aided Dispatch System for field units to enhance response.
16. BCR #03-50 – $101,000 – Public Works – Traffic Engineering – Fund: 11500 – 1991 Infrastructure Tax Fund. A turn lane at the intersection of Orange Boulevard and Markham Road was scheduled to be designed and constructed in FY 03/04. Traffic Engineering proposes to complete the design phase in the current fiscal year so that the construction phase can be completed in early FY 03/04. Funding to accelerate design phase is available from Traffic Safety Project Contingency. The intersection of Bear Lake Road and SR 436 needs an additional lane to improve traffic flow. Funding for this project is also available from Traffic Safety Project Contingency.
17. Request for Public Hearing on Mid-year Budget Amendment for FY 2001/02. Approve and authorize request for advertising and scheduling a public hearing on May 13, 2002, at 1:30 p.m. for the Mid-year Budget Amendment for FY 2002/03. Staff requests authorization to advertise and hold a public hearing for the purpose of reconciling budgets of all funds to reflect actual cash balances brought forward from FY 2001/02 to FY 2002/03 as documented in the 2002 year-end CAFR and to reconcile rebudgeted project amounts to actual year-end totals.
18. Approve and authorize Chairman to execute Satisfaction of Lien, as shown on page _______, for Gary L. and Jeanie Brown for the Chula Vista Road Paving and Drainage Municipal Services Benefits Unit.
19. Award CC-1201-03/BJC Contract, as shown on page _______, Athletic Field Lighting Electrical Construction Project, to M. Gay Constructors, Inc., Jacksonville ($69,400.00).
20. Award CC-1204-03/BJC Contract, as shown on page_______, Northwest Service Area Flow Meter Replacement, to Interstate Engineering Corporation, Boca Raton ($289,000.00).
21. Approve Change Order #4, as shown on page _______, to FC-1168-01/BJC – Markham Regional Water Treatment Plant, with Wharton Smith, Inc., Lake Monroe ($1,031,464.66) (Time Extension).
22. Approve Amendment #1 to CC-1203-03/BJC – Continuing Contract for Painting Services and Miscellaneous Repairs, with Angel-Brite Inc., Altamonte Springs (Not-to-Exceed $300,000.00 per year).
23. Approve ranking list for PS-5136-03/BJC – Master Agreement for Professional Engineering Services for the Northwest Regional Wastewater Treatment Facility Sludge Handling and award an Agreement, as shown on page _______, to Baskerville-Donovan, Inc., Melbourne (Not-to-Exceed $280,000.00).
24. Approve Amendment #1, as shown on page _______, to PS-5117-02/BJC – Preliminary Engineering and Final Design Services for East Lake Brantley Road Improvements, with Avcon, Inc., Orlando ($150,000.00).
25. Withdrawal of request to award RFP-4182-03/BJC – Irrigation Audits Services to Masuen Consulting, Okeechobee (Not-to-Exceed $50,000.00/per year).
26. Award M-335-03/BJC – On Line Hotel Reservation Services Agreement, as shown on page _______, to WorldRes.com, Inc. (WRI), San Mateo, California (20% to 25% Net Reservation Fee payable to the County).
27. Approve Amendment #2, as shown on page _______, to M-336-02/BJC – Concrete Telecommunications Shelter, with Tower Systems South, Inc., Winter Park ($54,176.00).
28. Approve and authorize Chairman to execute the Certificate of Completion, as shown on page _______, for FC-1135-01/BJC - CR 46A – Phase II Road Construction, with Southland Construction, Inc., Apopka.
29. Approve and authorize Chairman to execute Release and Satisfactions of Memorandum of Agreement, as shown on page _______, for two households (Alice M. Moore & Maxcine S. Smith) assisted with emergency repair assistance under the Seminole County Emergency Repair Housing Program Grant Agreement.
30. Approve and authorize Chairman to execute Satisfaction of Mortgage, as shown on page ______, for a household assisted under the SHIP Program’s Home Ownership Assistance Program (Sheri Hines).
31. Accept Mortgage Deeds and Notes, as shown on page _______, from the Center for Affordable Housing to ensure the affordability of six (6) Transitional Housing units for lower income households.
32. Approve and authorize Chairman to execute three Satisfactions of Second Mortgages – Early Release, as shown on page _______, for households (Deloreses K. Harrington, peter J. Zankofsky & Sandra L. Colon) assisted under the SHIP Program’s Home Ownership Assistance Program.
33. Approve and authorize Chairman to execute Assignment of Option, as shown on page _______, to purchase the Wekiva Area Overstreet Infill Property to the St. Johns River Water Management District.
34. Approve Final Plat of the Ganesh Business Park containing 7 commercial lots on an 18.64-acre parcel located on the north side of Econ River Place, approximately 3/8 mile west of Alafaya Trail (SR 434) (Kiran Nathoo, Ganesh International, Inc.).
36. Approve the holding of “Tag Day” on May 3, 2003; and authorize waiver of rabies vaccination and pet license fees during this event.
39. Approve and authorize Chairman to execute the Seminole Soccer Club, Inc. Agreement, as shown on page _______, between Seminole County and the Seminole Soccer Club, Inc., in the amount of $15,000.
Districts 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5 voted AYE.
Motion by Commissioner Morris, seconded by Commissioner Van Der Weide to approve and authorize the following:
42. Authorize Binding Written Offers for East Lake Mary Boulevard IIB (from Ohio Avenue to State Road 46/State Road 415 road improvement project for Parcel Numbers: 209/709/809, 217/817, 218/818, 222 and 838.
Districts 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5 voted AYE.
County Attorney, Robert McMillan, asked the Board to contact him if they have any questions on the matrix he sent out on the tow truck regulations.
Commissioner Van Der Weide requested a private briefing on same.
Assistant County Attorney, Steve Lee, addressed the Board to give a legislative update, advising there are rumors that there will be a special session to deal with the budget. He stated the Health Care Bill (SB 696) has been approved by the Health, Aging and Long Term Care and Comprehensive Planning Committees.
Attorney Lee advised the Right to Farm Bills (HB 1075/SB1660) are still pending. He said the Senate version has attempted to delete the compensation requirement, but the House version remains the same.
With regard to the Wekiva River Protection Area Bill (SB1956), Attorney Lee stated DCA has brokered a group effort to strike all amendments from the bill.
Mr. Grace gave the Board an update on the bill regarding trauma centers and his meeting with the ORMC. He said the hospital staff did not want their numbers to be released; however, he advised them the County needs those numbers before anything is considered. He said assuming he receives the numbers, he plans to bring this item back to the Board next month.
Commissioner Van Der Weide requested Mr. Grace to keep the Commission briefed on this issue because this could have a devastating effect on the budget.
Commissioner Henley stated the Board needs to move very cautiously because the hospital is a private organization that is asking for government funding; and the very fact that they are reluctant to release these figures causes him more concern. He added that this could wind up being a “black hole”.
Motion by Commissioner Morris, seconded by Commissioner Maloy to approve and authorize the following:
1. Expenditure Approval Lists, as shown on page _______, dated April 1 & 8, 2003; and Payroll Approval List, as shown on page _______, dated March 27, 2003.
2. Chairman to execute the following Satisfactions of Judgment/Court Costs and Application of Indigency Fees:
Jason Michael Salustro, #02-383-CFA - $368
Monica C. Kerrison, #01-1178-CFA - $40
Therisco Jordan, #02-8471-MMA - $263
Loana L. Cole, #00-7195-MMA - $263
3. Chairman to execute the following Satisfactions of Judgment for Public Defender Liens:
Rebecca Dyane Calvert, #03000008MMA - $200
Adam Thomas Carter, #02002663MMA - $250
Lee M. Connell, #99000703CFA - $200
Mark S. Craig, #99010330MM - $100
Mark S. Craig, #99003149CFA - $200
Matthew Alan Crews, Jr., #02011423MMA - $100
David Alan Dikes, #94000288CFA - $200
David Dikes, #94001984CFA - $200
Constance E. Dupree, #02011084MMA - $300
Jose L. Espinosa, #02008345MM - $260
Bonnie Giroux, #832556MM - $100
Susan Carol Graham, #02011911MMA - $100
Frederick W. Greenfield, #01000769CFA - $200
Freddy Grullon, #02001128CFB - $100
Leotis Heath, #99001072CFA - $350
David H. Jackson, #01010532MM - $260
Mark Kaltenbach, #97002265CJA - $100
Pamela A. Martin, #02001491CFA - $200
William E. Martin, #99011316MM - $200
Don Cecil McAlister, #02011913MM - $100
Charles Edward McGee, Jr., #01010591MM - $100
Ann (M.M.) Montgomery, #94003563CJA - $150
Annie (M.M.) Montgomery, #95000625CJA - $150
Christopher E. Morgan, #99003624CFA - $400
Ronald J. Morrison, #98000263CFA - $350
Jason L. Mumblow, #00008375MM - $200
Kristin Newman, #03000811MMA - $100
Tammy S. Oswalt, #99004449CFA - $200
Christopher L. Perez, #01009762MM - $200
Roman Rodriguez, #03000019MM - $100
George Saldona, #02002456MM - $200
Zulay I. Sanchez, #02008500MM - $260
Patsy A. Sewell, #98012810MM - $260
Ann Marie Smith, #02011325MM - $260
Kimberly Michel Smith, #01011960MM - $260
Anthony Tanner, #02009584MMA - $100
Alan Paul Temple, #01010561MM - $260
4. Official Minutes dated March 25, 2003
5. Issuance of Clairvoyant, Astrology, Palmist License for Tranquil Moon, Inc., Marion P. Bledsoe-Brown.
Districts 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5 voted AYE.
The Board noted, for information only, the following Clerk’s “received & filed”:
1. Work Orders No. 4 and No. 9, as shown on page _______, to PS-5129-02, Surveying Services Agreements.
2. Term Contract #IFB-3059-02, as shown on page _______, with Promax Recycling Inc.
3. Change Order No. 3, as shown on page _______, to FC-1168-01, Wharton Smith.
4. Engineering Services Agreement, M-362-03, as shown on page _______, with Conrady Consultant Services.
5. Work Order No. 7, as shown on page _______, to FC-1164-01, Hunter-Nelson, Inc.
6. Work Order No. 4, as shown on page _______, to RFP-484-00, L. A. Consulting, Inc.
7. Work Order No. 14, as shown on page _______, to PS-551-00, EMS Scientists, Engineers, Planners, Inc.
8. Work Orders No. 40 and No. 41, as shown on page _______, to PS-556-00, DCR Engineering Services, Inc.
9. Memorandum to Dixie Haller, Planning & Development, from Sandy McCann regarding P & D Documents.
10. Subgrant Application, as shown on page _______, for Highway Safety Funds approved by the BCC on September 24, 2002.
11. Law Enforcement Grant Application, as shown on page _______, approved by the BCC on July 23, 2002.
12. Maintenance Bonds, as shown on page _______, for Oakhurst Reserve, Phase 1, in the amount of $78,860.39 for water and sewer; and in the amount of $14,519.19 for streets, curbs, and storm drains.
13. Irrevocable Letter of Credit No. 03-03-0288, as shown on page _______, for Chuluota Plaza (aka Chuluota Junction) in the amount of $2,000.
14. Work Order No. 1, as shown on page _______, to PS-5131-02, Vanasee Hangen Brustlin, Inc.
15. Work Order No. 4, as shown on page _______, to PS-560-00, CPH Engineers, Inc.
16. Work Orders No. 7 and No. 8, as shown on page _______, to PS-5129-02, Southeastern Surveying & Mapping, Inc.
17. Change Order No. 1, as shown on page _______, to CC-1192-02, Tuscawilla Forest Subdivision Wall.
18. Work Order No. 2, as shown on page _______, to PS-5129-02, Bowyer-Singleton & Associates.
19. Work Order No. 10, as shown on page _______, to PS-585-01, Architectural Services Agreement.
20. Consultant Services Agreement #M-367-03, as shown on page _______.
21. Work Orders No. 8 and No. 9, as shown on page _______, to PS-561-00, Inwood Consulting Engineers, Inc.
22. Work Orders No. 58 and 59, as shown on page _______, to FC-1139-00, Central Florida Environmental Corp.
23. Memorandum to the BCC from County Manager Kevin Grace regarding Capital Project Fund Transfer for Douglas/Markham Road in the amount of $50,000.
24. Development Order, as shown on page _______, for Forest Lake II approved by the BCC March 12, 2002 and July 23, 2002.
25. Conditional Utility Agreements, as shown on page _______, for water and sewer service for Linda & Michael Costa, Wordwise, Inc.
26. Letter of acceptance and Bill of Sale, as shown on page _______, for Oakhurst Reserve Ph. 1.
27. Memorandum to Sandy McCann from Linda Eiland, Risk Management Office, regarding Outstanding BCC Documents, RFP-4158/Employee Benefits, as shown on page _______, approved by the BCC on August 13, 2002.
28. Development Order, as shown on page _______, for Walmart Stores, Inc., dated November 25, 2002.
29. Engineering Services Agreement, M-365-03, as shown no page _______, with KLG Orlando, Inc.
30. Satisfaction of Connection Fees, as shown on page _______, for Bennington Subdivision.
31. Utility Agreement, as shown on page _______, for sewer for CarMax Auto Superstores, Inc.
32. Work Order No. 10, as shown on page _______, to PS-594-01, Waste Energy Technology, LCC.
33. Work Order No. 2, as shown on page _______, to PS-562-00, CPH Engineers, Inc.
34. Transfer Station Electrical Repair Services Agreement, as shown on page _______, M-360-03.
35. Engineering Services Agreement, M-370-03, as shown on page ________.
36. Bids, as shown on page _______, as follows: RFP-4185-03 and IFB-289-03.
The Board was advised of add-on #50A, request for extension for delivery of the Sheriff’s budget.
Chief Penny Fleming, Sheriff’s Office, addressed the Board to answer questions regarding the contribution to the Florida State University School of Criminology.
Motion by Commissioner Van Der Weide, seconded by Commissioner Henley to approve and authorize the following:
1. Expenditure of $16,700 from the Law Enforcement Trust Fund for the following: “Project Graduation” to seven Seminole County High Schools ($2,000 each); Contribution of $2,500 to the Florida State University School of Criminology; and Contribution to Rock Lake Middle School’s drug-free, alcohol-free eighth grade graduation celebration ($200).
2. Extension for the Sheriff’s Office in submitting its annual budget request for the ensuing fiscal year from May 1, 2003 until June 1, 2003.
Districts 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5 voted AYE.
The Board, thereupon, recessed at 10:45 a.m., reconvening at 11:00 a.m., this same date.
Economic Development Director, Bill McDermott, addressed the Board to give a PowerPoint presentation on the County’s economic development strategy. Copy of Economic Development Strategy Booklet by Glatting Jackson Kercher Anglin Lopez Rinehart, Inc., was received and filed. He reviewed the historical aspects of the program and the strategy that has been used thus far. He discussed the goals for improving the business environment as follows: Support small & existing business; Continue programs to recruit and retain high wage employers; Increase international trade and reverse investment; Support tourism business development; Strengthen workforce development; Promote development through urban infill, redevelopment and infrastructure; and Provide targeted incentives to new and existing business. He advised that in order to communicate the County’s opportunities to target business, they will: Enhance the County’s business image; Develop a communication system using electronic, print and personal contacts; Establish connections with venture capital firms and financial institutions in order to support Seminole business growth; and Strengthen regional networks which support the County’s economic development mission. He further advised that the 2003-2005 Target Industries are: Research Development & Testing; Space Technology, Aviation & Aerospace; Simulation, Modeling & Training; Laser Technology; Photonics; Computer Software; Computer Hardware; Medical Labs & Technology; and Communications.
Commissioner Henley commended Mr. McDermott for his good presentation, but stated he would like to see action dates and time lines.
Chairman McLain stated he believes that is a good suggestion and would agree with Mr. McDermott coming back with that information.
Commissioner Morris requested a presentation be made on the “Remy” Model at one of the East Central Florida Regional Planning Council meetings.
Commissioner Van Der Weide cautioned the Board about not institutionalizing the economic development initiative.
Chairman McLain stated it appears the Board is looking for an aggressive campaign and action plan.
Commissioner Maloy stated he can not support continuing this policy that gives preferential treatment to targeted businesses. He said the County is continuously attracting high tech jobs, but there are areas in the County that are prime targets for low tech jobs. He said this would bring people out of the poverty level lifestyles.
Mr. Grace advised of a job fair that will be held on May 8, 2003 at the Midway Elementary School.
Community Services Manager, Colleen Rotella, addressed the Board to request direction with regard to the Option Agreement for acquisition of the 2.9 acre Oakwood, Inc. property within the Spring Hammock Preserve. She advised the property is zoned M-1A and has an estimated 2.1 acres of developable land. With the property being surrounded by the Spring Hammock Preserve, there would be a negative impact should it be developed in accordance with the industrial designation. She further advised that the purchase price of $220,000 has been offered by the property owner. The property was appraised at $185,000 by the County’s appraiser; however the property owner has submitted additional sale comparables in the amount of $240,000.
Commissioner Morris stated this is an extremely valuable piece of land and the County has worked on this for some time. He said he would like the Board to move forward with the purchase agreement. He also stated that he would like staff to check into another offer by Bill Ray for a 1.8-acre swap in this area. Discussion ensued.
Commissioner Van Der Weide stated he is not convinced that the County should move forward on this. He said he would like to have staff come up with an analysis on what the County is going to receive.
Commissioner Maloy stated that coming into this, he was prepared to move forward with the purchase price of $180,000. However, hearing these different issues, he believes the Board should wait and have staff come back with a full analysis.
Commissioner Morris stated the first request is very clear; it is only the second issue (Mr. Ray’s offer) that is new.
Motion by Commissioner Morris, seconded by Commissioner Henley to proceed with the Option Agreement, as shown on page ______, for acquisition of the 2.9 acre Oakwood, Inc. property within the Spring Hammock Preserve at the purchase price of $220,000, with the agreement to be conditional upon the additional donation of 1.8-acre property recited in the agreement.
Under discussion, Commissioner Morris clarified that staff will bring back Mr. Bill Ray’s land swap offer.
Mike Tower, representing Oakwood, Inc., addressed the Board to state they would transfer the property to the County after 10 years.
Districts 2, 4 and 5 voted AYE.
Commissioners Maloy and Van Der Weide voted NAY.
County Engineer, Jerry McCollum, addressed the Board to request direction with regard to the existing Landscaping Reimbursement Policy as it relates to Bunnell Road/Country Creek HOA and Wekiva Springs Boulevard/Sweetwater Oaks HOA. He stated that both project do not qualify under the present policy.
Motion by Commissioner Morris, seconded by Commissioner Henley to direct staff to maintain the existing Landscaping Reimbursement Policy.
Districts 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5 voted AYE.
Director of Planning, Don Fisher, addressed the Board to give a briefing on the status of the City of Oviedo’s proposed annexation, plan amendment and rezoning request for the proposed Snow Hill Road Neighborhood Center, Sofran Group. He advised that in accordance with the Joint Planning Agreement (JPA), staff conducted a joint planning review with the City and sent a letter to memorialize the mutual consensus regarding the request. He said the Board directed staff to forward the letter to the City at their April 8 meeting. He said that since that time, the Board has been receiving numerous questions from residents as to the intent of the letter.
Commissioner Morris stated that the issue here goes to transition and this is a transition that limits commercial services to be only for the PUD itself. He said there is no way that this commercial in this PUD would accommodate the PUD only. He stated that he believes this proposal is a complete breakdown with transitional uses.
Attorney Aaron Gorawitz, representing the developer, addressed the Board to state the reason it will take 10 months to get before the City on this application is because of the JPA. He said they have had five meetings with City and County staff and at least three more meetings with just the City. He requested the Board allow them to submit a PUD plan for discussion purposes and review. He said it will have a commercial component, but he cannot tell what it will be. He added that all they are asking for is an opportunity to draft a plan.
Commissioner Morris stated that if the County allows the transmittal, they are sending a signal that the developer is heading down a road of approval.
Commissioner Maloy recommended forwarding another letter to the City, advising them what the County’s land use is currently and what the criteria is for moving the urban rural boundary - also advising that the County would oppose any commercial.
Chairman McLain stated he believes the wise thing to do is to stop in the middle of the road for a while and give the Board some time to re-evaluate the decision they made in moving forward with the April 8 letter. That will give staff an opportunity to come back to the Board with answers to some of the District Commissioner’s concerns.
Commissioner Morris stated he would like to have staff identify all the property that this proposal will have an impact on.
Mr. Grace suggested that if the Board is not in favor of the position laid out in the April 8 letter, that they give him direction to send a new letter to the City that has a new position that is clearly from the County.
The Chairman suggested the letter express that the County is not in favor of commercial at this time and would request more time to work with the City to determine what the appropriate land use should be on the site and request that they not approve this proposal at this time.
Commissioner Morris stated he does not believe the proposal is true neighborhood commercial, but believes it is “leap-frogging” and precedent-setting.
Motion by Commissioner Morris, seconded by Commissioner Maloy to rescind the letter dated April 8, 2003 that was sent to the City of Oviedo with regard to the Snow Hill Road Neighborhood Center Annexation & Plan Amendment/Rezoning (Sofran Group); and to direct that a new letter be sent addressing the Board’s concerns, stating the County needs more time to evaluate this proposal and do not feel at this time that commercial is appropriate, but would entertain looking at what would be appropriate on the property.
Districts 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5 voted AYE.
Commissioner Morris left the meeting at this time.
The Chairman advised that Item #55, Water Conservation Status, will be brought back to the Board at their next meeting.
County Engineer, Jerry McCollum, introduced Ralph Bova of Dyer, Riddle, Mills & Precourt, Inc., to the Board.
Mr. Bova addressed the Board to give a PowerPoint presentation on the Project Development and Environmental Study Project Overview for SR 426/SR 419. Copy of slides were received and filed. He briefly reviewed the following: study purpose; goals; objectives; scope of services; PD&E process; public involvement; and overall schedule.
The Chairman thanked Mr. Bova for his presentation.
The meeting was recessed as 12:33 p.m., reconvening at 1:30 p.m., this same date, with County Attorney Robert McMillan and Deputy Clerk Eva Roach being present.
VACATE AND ABANDON/Michael & Donna Yates (Continued
Continuation of a public hearing to consider request to Vacate and Abandon a 330 ft. +/- portion of the right-of-way of Sixth Street, a 70-foot wide unimproved right-of-way that abuts Lots 9, 10, 11 and 12, Block 40 and Lot 4, Block 54 in Chuluota, as described in the proof of publication, Michael & Donna Yates.
Mr. McMillan called the meeting to order and he noted that there was the lack of a quorum. He stated there is only one item on this afternoon’s agenda, which is a vacate on Sixth Street (Michael & Donna Yates). There appears to be no one in attendance for this item. Therefore, it will be continued to 7:00 p.m. this same date and the Board will continue it to a date certain at that time.
Mr. McMillan recessed the meeting at 1:32 p.m., reconvening at 7:00 p.m. with all Commissioners and all Other Officials, with the exception of Deputy Clerk Eva Roach, who was replaced by Deputy Clerk Carylon Cohen, who were present at the Opening Session.
Continuation of a public hearing from January 14 and February 11, 2003, to consider vacating and abandoning a 330-foot +/- portion of the right-of-way of Sixth Street, a 70-foot wide unimproved right-of-way that abuts Lots 9, 10, 11 and 12, Block 40 and Lot 4, Block 54 in Chuluota; as described in the proof of publication, Michael and Donna Yates.
Mr. Grace stated the request by the applicant is to continue this hearing to May 27, 2003. A copy of the letter from the applicant was received and filed.
Motion by Commissioner Morris, seconded by Commissioner Van Der Weide, to continue to May 27, 2003, 1:30 p.m., or as soon thereafter as possible, the public hearing to consider vacating and abandoning a 330-foot +/- portion of the right-of-way of Sixth Street, a 70-foot wide unimproved right-of-way that abuts Lots 9, 10, 11 and 12, Block 40 and Lot 4, Block 54 in Chuluota; as described in the proof of publication, Michael and Donna Yates.
No one spoke in support or in opposition.
Districts 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5 voted AYE.
REZONE/SHUTTS & BOWEN, Continued
Continuation of a public hearing to consider rezoning from A-1 (Agriculture) to R-1AA (Single Family Dwelling District); property described as approximately 7.98 acres located on the north side of Lake Hayes Road, approximately ½ mile east of Alafaya Trail; as described in the proof of publication, Shutts & Bowen.
Matt West, Planning Manager, addressed the Board to state this item was originally scheduled for April 8, 2003, but was continued at the request of the applicant due to a conflict. He showed maps (copies in the staff report) depicting the surrounding land uses and zoning. He said this is an area in transition. The Planning & Zoning Commission recommended approval of the proposed R-1AA zoning based on the applicant’s voluntary commitment of a minimum house size of 2100 square feet and no access through the 50-foot easement to Beverly Street. Residents in the area expressed concern about the drainage and width of Lake Hayes Road right-of-way. He said he thinks a lot of the drainage issues are from the two subdivisions permitted and constructed in the City of Oviedo. Staff did a lot compatibility analysis and found that R-1AA is compatible based on the fact that to the west and south, there is already R-1AA and the fact that water and sewer are considered to be available to the site, and access to Lake Hayes Road will allow that property to also develop in a similar pattern. Staff gave credit in the analysis that the other A-1 property did have the potential in the future, due to the urban services being available. Mr. West said staff is recommending approval.
Upon inquiry by Commissioner Maloy, Mr. West explained how the lot compatibility analysis was done, including the property to the south.
Commissioner Maloy stated some residents have a concern on the condition of Lake Hayes Road and the large ditch beside it. He asked if it is the responsibility of the developer to put a guardrail on the south side of the road or is that the County’s responsibility.
Mahmoud Najda, Development Review Manager, addressed the Board to advise the Code does not have any provisions to force the developer to do anything on the other side of the road, except where it fronts his property. He said Lake Hayes Road is a dead-end road and would not require a left turn lane.
Mr. Najda also answered questions from Commissioners Morris and Henley on the water drainage and road culverts.
Attorney Ken Wright, Shutts & Bowen, representing the applicant, MAG Development, addressed the Board to state they are in full acceptance and agreement with the staff recommendation. He said the Board may hear issues with regard to traffic on Lake Hayes and most of this is predominantly the traffic from the existing residents along Lake Hayes Road. He understands from staff that most of the traffic was aggravated from the construction for improvements to SR 434. Once the improvements are made and the traffic flow is back to normal, he expects no traffic impacts by this project. He reiterated that the applicant has committed to a minimum of 2100 square feet house size. Further, he said there would be a thorough review for stormwater by the St. Johns River Water Management District and through the County processes. He said the Board can be assured that there will be nothing done with this project that would aggravate existing conditions.
Chris Elfrink, 726 Onslow Avenue, addressed the Board to state he has petitions from residents of the area who are opposed to the development of this property. He submitted the Petitions, as shown on page _______, to the Board. He said this project would put a lot more traffic onto Lake Hayes Road that is overburdened already. He submitted a list (received and filed) of accidents that have occurred on the road. He also showed pictures (not received and filed) of the ditch that is 12 feet deep. He pointed out the cold pavement on the road and said it was not designed for additional traffic of a subdivision, but was meant for rural development. He showed that the edges of the road are breaking up. Mr. Elfrink stated the flooding is on the entire street of Lake Hayes. He said the five-acre tracts in the area have always been there, and he knows of no one in the area who would be trying to sell his property or developing it. He said it seems they should be going for R-1AAA zoning or something larger. He said the residents would like to see some kind of buffer created between them and the developments that will come in so they can continue to have the quality of life they bought into 20 years ago.
Bart Luscuskie, 872 Lake Hayes Road, addressed the Board to state they recognize there is no legal reason for the Commissioners to turn down the decision of the Zoning Board, but they are looking to minimize the impacts of any development that goes in. He asked the Board to consider making the commitment of the applicant for 2100 square feet as part of the zoning change. He said this project would have a large affect on them with people backing up to their property. He asked the developer to commit to putting in a divider, and he said he prefers a concrete block wall.
Vivian Luscuskie, 872 Lake Hayes Road, addressed the Board to state if the request cannot be denied, can it be changed to R-1AAA to minimize the impacts for them and on the road. She said for safety and privacy reasons, she is concerned about all the back yards backing up to their property. She said she would prefer not having children coming over and playing in the field, and with the farm implements, horses, and livestock without permission.
Commissioner Morris discussed with Mr. Wright that under R-1AAA, he would be allowed 1600 square feet, and he is committing to 2100 square feet. He also discussed if stockade fencing or some type uniform fencing could be used at the back of the lots that would face to the west. Attorney Wright said to the north where Mrs. Luscuskie referenced and on her property, there is a natural wooded area, and no stockade fence or wall would provide any greater visual block than that. From a safety standpoint, he thinks a child is in more danger of getting out onto a busy street and being harmed more than he would in a pastural setting. He said he has been involved in a number of projects with similar proximities to open areas and they have not invoked the need to have a fence.
Attorney Wright affirmed for Commissioner Van Der Weide that they would be able to get 2100 square feet within a 90-foot building width. He said some of the homes may be two stories, and the price would be in the $300,000 range.
Discussion continued by the Board with staff and Mr. Wright.
Under discussion, Attorney Wright advised Commissioner Van Der Weide that it would be dependant upon the individual property owner for fencing. He said the developer is not planning on fencing in a subdivision of this size. He said the idea is to make the subdivision compatible in appearance; and to put this type formal neighborhood in this area and then fence it would be to diminish the impact of the area to the surrounding property owners and those who buy in the area.
Commissioner Morris asked Mr. Wright if he would be willing to commit to a standard of fencing required in the homeowner’s documents. He asked if this would be a homeowner’s association with minimum required standards. Mr. Wright said they would commit to some uniform standard.
Commissioners Henley and Maloy discussed the traffic issues with Mr. Wright. Mr. Wright said if there were a study, a light on SR434 would be based on it being warranted and it would come from DOT. He said he could not phantom a light on SR434 based on the traffic counts they are dealing with.
No one else spoke in support or in opposition.
Mark Flomerfelt, Stormwater, addressed the Board to state originally when the roads were paved under the Dirt Road Paving Program, they were paved “as is” with no drainage system constructed. A lot of the driveways did not have culverts and that was a lot of the problem. There are some areas to the north that are pretty much landlocked with no way to get the water out. He said he would have to study it to see what would need to be in the system to make everything work. This is not budgeted now but it needs to be looked at in the future. He advised that looking at the topographics and maps, this project is not going to affect the residents to the east and west at all.
District Commissioner Maloy stated that a vast majority of the property in the area has the R-1AA zoning and it fits the Code, he would be supportive of the rezoning with conditions agreed to by the developer.
Motion by Commissioner Maloy, seconded by Commissioner Morris, to enact Ordinance #2003-21, as shown on page _______, rezoning from A-1 (Agriculture) to R-1AA (Single Family Dwelling District); property described as approximately 7.98 acres located on the north side of Lake Hayes Road, approximately ½ mile east of Alafaya Trail; as described in the proof of publication, Shutts & Bowen, with staff findings and recommendations including the commitment of 2100 square feet minimum building size under air conditioning, and there will be no access to Beverly Street and the fencing uniformity is to be addressed at site planning with conditions that would be noted and instruct staff to do due diligence that no additional run-off from the development would have adverse impacts to the surrounding property; and the project would be required to have a mandatory homeowner’s association.
Districts 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5 voted AYE.
The following Communications and/or Reports were received and filed:
1. Copy of letter dated 3/12/03 with attached Resolution to Governor Bush re: State Budget Cuts to Juvenile Justice Services and Prevention/Intervention Program. (cc: BCC)
2. Copy of letter dated 3/12/03 with attached Resolution o Governor Bush re: State Budget Proposal to Eliminate the State Housing Trust Fund and Reduction of the Local Government Housing Trust Fund. (cc: BCC)
3. Email dated 4/10/03 to Chairman McLain from Glen Davis, MD, re: The Orlando Regional Trauma Center.
4. Letter dated 4/03/03 to Chairman McLain from Sarah Harvey Rivera, CPA, re: ORMC Trauma Center bailout. (cc: Dr. Hillenmeyer)
5. Memorandum dated 4/10/03 with attachment to BCC from Arnold W. Schneider, Assistant County Attorney, through Bob McMillan, County Attorney, re: Towing Ordinance.
6. Facsimile dated 4/10/03 to Chairman McLain from Diane Crews, VP of Administration, Orlando Sanford International Airport, re: Decision to locate the Supervisor of Elections new office at the Airport. (cc: BCC, CM, DCMs, PW Dir., Rds. Mgr., Elections)
7. Memorandum dated 4/10/03 from Cindy Hall, Director of Fiscal Services, to BCC re: Budget Change Requests approved by County Mgr., FSD, and financial transactions approved by the BCC. (cc: CM, DCMs)
8. Email dated 4/06/03 to Chairman McLain from Timothy Guy re: Worker’s Compensation claim on transmitted diseases.
9. Notice dated 4/17/03 City of Lake Mary Transmittal Public Hearing re: Amending City of Lake Mary Comprehensive Plan. (cc: CM, P&D Dir, Plng. Mgr., PA, Elections)
10. Letter dated 4/07/03 with facsimile attachment to Chairman McLain from Joseph H. Massot, Recoton, re: Notice of Potential Reduction in Force. (cc: EDC Dir, HR)
11. Letter dated 4/05/03 to Chairman McLain from Allen Arthur, Architect, re: Hillsborough Expressway Expansion Project. (cc: BCC, CMs, DCA)
12. Letter dated 4/02/03 to Chairman McLain from Faith B. Jones, President, Seminole Audubon Society, re: Agenda Item for 4/08/03, Public Hearing, Banana Lake PD, James Fant, applicant. (cc: BCC, CMs, P&D Dir., Plng. Mgr.)
13. Letter dated 3/14/03 to Chairman McLain from US Senator Bob Graham re: Carl D. Perkins Vocational and Applied Technology Education Amendments of 1998 (PEA). (cc: BCC, CMs, Dr. Ann McGee, DCA)
14. Notice dated 4/17/03 with attached map from the City of Oviedo Transmittal Public Hearing re: transmittal of proposed Future Land Use Map Amendment. (cc: CM, P&D Dir., Plng. Mgr., PA, Elections)
15. Document dated 4/08/03 to BCC from John Simes, Heathrow, re: Banana Lake Project, Agenda Item #54.
16. Email dated 4/04/03 to Commissioner Maloy from Bert Locke, PM Realty Group, re: The Tradition at Alafaya. (cc: BCC)
17. Letter dated 4/06/03 to Chairman McLain from Wendell L. Springfield, Lake Mary, re: Banana Lake PD Application-Fred Edwards Property.
18. Email dated 4/05/03 to Chairman McLain from Laura Bevan, Director, Human Society of the U.S., re: FL Bill to strengthen Animal Fighting Law.
19. Copy of letter dated 4/08/03 to V. Eugene Williford, III, City Manager, Oviedo, from Don Fisher, Planning Director re: Snow Hill Road Neighborhood Center, Annexation, Plan Amendment and Rezoning. (cc: BCC, CM, DCMs, Plng Mgr.)
20. Email dated 4/09/03 to BCC, CA, County Administrators, forwarded from John O. Agwunobi, MD, Secretary of Health by Linda Parrish, Florida Association of Counties, re: SARS Health Update.
21. Copy of letter dated 4/07/03 to Commissioner Maloy and BCC from Susan Eberle, Oviedo, re: Old Lockwood Road rezone. (cc: BCC)
22. Email dated 4/08/03 to BCC from Lawrence and Cynthia Tanney re: Old Lockwood Road rezone.
23. Email dated 4/08/03 to BCC from Linda Rossel re: Old Lockwood Road rezone.
24. Letter dated 4/07/03 to BCC from Linda Rossel and Bernard Hearl re: Old Lockwood Road rezone.
25. Notice dated 4/16/03 with attached agenda for Seminole County Port Authority Regular Board Meeting.
26. Email dated 4/08/03 from Laura Bevan, Director, Human Society of U.S., re: FL Animal Fighting Contact Information Alert.
27. Letter dated 4/2/03 (with attachment) to Chairman McLain from Carol Perfit, FL Dept. of Environmental Protection, re: Katie’s Landing Management Plan. (cc: BCC, County Managers, Planning & Development Director, Jim Duby)
28. Copies of letters dated 4/7/03 from Ken Roberts, Public Safety Director, re: appreciation of donations to Animal Services to Donna Graham and Angela Garcia.
29. Letter dated 4/2/03 to Chairman McLain from Doris Phillips re: Wyman Fields complaint. (cc: County Manager, Deputy County Manager [SS], Colleen Rotella)
30. Notice of 5/1/03 City of Lake Mary Conditional Use public hearing re: 108 Commerce St. (cc: County Manager, Planning & Development Director, Planning Manager, Property Appraiser, Elections Supervisor)
31. E-mail dated 4/13/03 to BCC from Laura Bevan, Humane Society of the U.S., re: manatee status.
32. E-mail dated 4/17/03 to County Manager Grace from Commissioner Morris re: Oviedo Joint Planning Agreement & Snowhill Rd. Neighborhood Center.
33. Facsimile dated 4/17/03 to Chairman McLain from Bill Himpler, U.S. Dept. of Housing & Urban Development, re: Proclamation signed by President George W. Bush in recognition of 35th anniversary of the Fair Housing Act.
34. Memorandum dated 4/15/03 (with attachment) to BCC from Fran Sullivan, Tourism Development, re: approved 4/10/03 Tourist Development Council meeting minutes.
35. Copy of letter dated 4/16/03 (with attachment) to Jerry Wood, Clifton Springs Corp., from County Manager Grace re: County’s consideration to acquire Clifton Springs property.
36. Letter dated 4/9/03 to BCC from Bill Posey, State Senator, re: proposed elimination of the State Library of Florida.
37. Letter dated 4/10/03 to Chairman McLain from Larry Dale, Orlando Sanford International Airport, re: location of Supervisor of Elections building at airport and request for resurfacing on Airport Blvd. (cc: County Manager, Public Works Director to respond)
38. Copy of letter dated 4/2/03 to County Manager Grace from Michael Hulon, ContraVest, re: commendation of Building & Fire Division personnel. (cc: BCC, Deputy County Manager [SS], Planning & Development Director)
39. Copy of letter dated 3/28/03 to Harry Barley, MetroPlan Orlando, from Mike Snyder, FL Dept. of Transportation, re: Wekiva Parkway. (cc: BCC, Deputy County Managers)
40. Copy of letter dated 4/3/03 to John Mica, US Representative, from Chairman McLain, re: Seminole/Volusia County Corridor.
41. Notice of 5/13/03 Seminole County proposed land use change/rezone public hearing re: Wilshire Townhomes.
42. Copy of letter dated 4/11/03 to Bruce Kyle, State Representative, from John M. Puhek, Sierra Club, re: high speed rail from Orlando to Tampa.
43. Copy of letter dated 4/21/03 to County Manager Grace from Larry Nelson, Paulucci International Ltd., re: Joint Infrastructure Agreement.
44. Memorandum dated 4/16/03 to BCC from Steve Lee, Deputy County Attorney, re: CS/SB-490 and PCB-06 proposed annexation bill.
45. Letter dated 4/18/03 (with attachment) to County Manager Grace from Carol Foster, Lake Mary City Clerk, re: approved City Ordinance #1088-Annexation of Miller Swanson Properties.
46. Parks/Recreation Contract, as shown on page _______, for Services: Nancy Pisano (Slow-pitch Softball Scorekeeper).
47. Letter dated 4/9/03 to Chairman McLain from Larry Dale, Orlando Sanford International Airport, re: signage for airport. (cc: County Manager, Traffic Engineer to respond)
48. Copy of letter dated 4/16/03 (with attachment) to Terry James from W. Scott Cole, UCF General Counsel, re: resubmission of Petition Challenging UCF Master Plan. (cc: BCC, County Manager)
49. Copy of letter dated 4/7/03 to John Litton, Lake Mary City Manager, from Frank Van Pelt, Special Projects, re: Rinehart Rd. Trail Interlocal Landscaping Agreement. (cc: BCC)
50. Letter dated 4/16/03 to BCC from Lou Musica, Clear Channel Outdoor, re: ordinance amending billboard regulations. (cc: BCC)
51. Letter dated 4/15/03 (with attachment) to Chairman McLain from Tim Donihi, Trails & Greenways Advisory Committee, re: Trails & Greenways Advisory Committee Mission Statement.
52. Letter dated 4/21/03 (with attachment) to County Manager Grace from Sid Vihlen, Jr., FL Recycling Services, re: FRS insurance for liability and worker’s compensation.
53. Copy of memorandum dated 4/18/03 to Don Fisher, Planning & Development Director, from Chairman McLain re: commendations of staff from Building & Fire Division.
Motion by Commissioner Maloy, seconded by Commissioner Van Der Weide, to appoint Tracy Olsen to the Parks and Recreation Advisory Board for a one-year term ending January 1, 2004.
Districts 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5 voted AYE.
Chairman McLain recognized students from Master’s Academy School in the audience, who attended the meeting as a classroom assignment, and asked them to introduce themselves. Chairman McLain asked staff to provide the students with a video recording of the meeting.
Commissioner Henley asked Mr. West to explain why a master plan is required on less intense developments and not on the more intense ones.
Deputy County Attorney Steve Lee briefed the Board on the Wekiva Bill. He stated Senator Webster’s Committee met, and the strike-all amendment was approved. The County’s language is in the bill. The Bill did pass in the Committee. Mr. Lee advised Lobbyist Brantley stated the bill has three stops to make in the House and this may not get done this year.
Mr. Grace stated at the last meeting some Board members asked if they could reschedule the Budget Work Sessions and those have been rescheduled to July 23 - 25, 2003.
Mr. Grace said there was a food drive recently for Seminole Volunteer Enterprises and the employees contributed over a ton of food.
Mr. Grace said he has had discussions with the City of Lake Mary on fire consolidation. Last week, the City Council voted unanimously not to pursue consolidation at this time. Mr. Grace said there are still a number of issues with the City that the County needs to press on.
Mr. Grace reported, as a final tribute to Cindy Hall, he received a memo advising that the budget book will be on display in New York at the Government Finance Convention at their request as a positive example of how to do a budget.
DISTRICT COMMISSIONERS’ REPORTS, Continued
Commissioner Maloy reported that he did take a look at the natural lands property, High Oaks East. The drainage pipe has been installed and drained all the water off the property. He said there are a lot of dead pine and palm trees, and it does not look very good.
Mr. Grace said staff will be visiting the site this week and will bring back an assessment of the situation.
There being no further business to come before the Board, the Chairman declared the meeting adjourned at 7:54 p.m., this same date.
ATTEST: _____________________Clerk _____________________Chairman