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11-17-18

Lake City Nov. 19 CRA Meeting Agenda

Community Redevelopment Agency Meeting             
AGENDA

5:30 p.m


CITY OF LAKE CITY
City Council Regular Session
November 19, 2018
6:00 P.M. at City Hall    

PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

INVOCATION – Council Member Melinda Moses    

ROLL CALL

Swearing in Ceremony:

Council Member Chris Greene

Note: Council Member Eugene Jefferson is out of town and will be sworn in at the next meeting.

Appreciation Award and Proclamation In Recognition Of:

Outgoing Council Member George Ward

OTHER PROCLAMATIONS

National Hospice and Palliative Care Month
November 2018

3.   MINUTES

Special Called-June 28, 2018
Regular Session-August 6, 2018
Canvassing Board-September 4, 2018
Regular Session-September 4, 2018
Special Called -September 12, 2018
Regular Session-September 17, 2018

4.    APPROVAL OF AGENDA

5.    APPROVAL OF CONSENT AGENDA

Approve a one-time annual token of appreciation to all City employees in the amount of $50.00 for part time and those with less than one year of employment and $100.00 for other full time employees.
Permit application from the Blue Grey Army, Inc. to hold the Olustee Battle Festival and Parade starting with the set up on Thursday, February 14, 2019.  The festival will be held on Friday, February 15, 2019 through Saturday, February 16, 2019.  The parade will start at 10:30 a.m. on Saturday, February 16th. All supporting documents with the exception of a Certificate of Insurance (current expires 12/1/18) have been provided.  Final approval is contingent upon the City receiving a certificate of renewal before the event.

6.    PRESENTATIONS

None

7.    PERSONS WISHING TO ADDRESS COUNCIL

8.    OLD BUSINESS

None

9.    NEW BUSINESS

RESOLUTIONS:

City Council Resolution No. 2018-094, if adopted, will appropriate $70,000.00 to the Redevelopment Trust Fund of the Community Redevelopment Agency specifically for the development of real property for residential buildings to be developed by the Greater Lake City Community Development Corporation, Inc., a Florida Not For Profit Corporation.

Note: This item was presented for consideration at the CRA Meeting on November 19, 2018.

City Council Resolution No. 2018-102, if adopted, will authorize the City to enter into Amendment Number One to the agreement between the City of Lake City, Florida and Local Number 2288 of the International Association of Firefighters, AFL-CIO which was approved and authorized by Resolution No. 2017-108.

City Council Resolution No. 2018-103, if adopted, will appoint Bruce Naylor as a member to the Planning and Zoning Board to fill the vacancy of Matthew Erkinger who resigned.

City Council Resolution No. 2018-104, if adopted, will authorize an agreement between the Washington/Baltimore High Intensity Drug Trafficking area and the Lake City Police Department for the use of the Overdose Detection Mapping Program for the purpose of reporting overdose incidents in near real time, and to develop effective strategies for addressing overdose incidents in the local jurisdiction, and to develop strategies designed to prevent the spread of substance use disorders; and repealing Resolution No. 2018-080 and all other resolutions in conflict with this resolution.

City Council Resolution No. 2018-105, if adopted, will authorize the execution of Task Assignment Number Five to the continuing contract with North Florida Professional Services, Inc., for its assistance providing the City with installation of communication lines on Veterans Street between Marion Avenue and Alachua Avenue; and to pay North Florida Professional Services, Inc. a not-to-exceed amount of $6,384.00.

City Council Resolution No. 2018-106, if adopted, will authorize the execution of Task Assignment Number Six to its continuing contract with North Florida Professional Services, Inc., for its assistance providing the City with installation of communication lines on Veterans Street between Marion Avenue and Hernando Avenue; and to pay North Florida Professional Services, Inc. a not-to-exceed amount of $7,648.00.

City Council Resolution No. 2018-108, if adopted, will authorize the execution of Task Assignment Number Eight to its continuing contract with North Florida Professional Services, Inc. for its assistance in providing the City with the redesigning and planning of a parking lot located on parcels identified by the Columbia County Property Appraiser as parcels numbered 12675-001 and 12674-000; and to pay North Florida Professional Services, Inc. a not-to-exceed amount of $5,985.00.

City Council Resolution No. 2018-109, if adopted, will declare one Smith & Wesson M & P .40 caliber firearm to be surplus to the City’s needs and conveying said surplus to Police Officer, Marshall Sova, for his outstanding service to the City and its citizens during his career as a Police Officer of the Lake City Police Department and authorizes the City to remove such surplus property from the Fixed Assets of the City.

City Council Resolution No. 2018-110, if adopted, will authorize the City to enter into a contract for the provision of professional services, support services, software, software licensing with Environmental Systems Research Institute, Inc. to provide an update to the City’s software developed by Environmental Systems Research Institute, Inc.

City Council Resolution No. 2018-111, if adopted, will amend the Annual Operating Budget (“Budget Amendment No. 3”) of the City of Lake City, Florida for the Fiscal Year beginning October 1, 2017, adopted by Resolution No. 2017-078.

City Council Resolution No. 2018-112, if adopted, will authorize the City to purchase and accept a public utility easement from Lake City Mobile Home Park, Inc. to enable future utility system improvements and routine operation and maintenance for a cost not to exceed $25,000.00.

City Council Resolution No. 2018-113, if adopted, will authorize the City to purchase and accept a public utility easement from  the Spirit of Christ Lutheran Church of Lake City to enable future utility system improvements and routine operation and maintenance for a cost not to exceed $1,226.00.

Note: This resolution along with all supporting documents will be provided prior to the meeting.


10.    DEPARTMENTAL ADMINISTRATION

Update on Lake Shore Hospital Access Road (Joe Helfenberger)

Ask Mayor to consider setting date for Council Workshop to discuss plans for City Hall (Joe Helfenberger)

11.    COMMENTS BY COUNCIL MEMBERS

12.    ADJOURNMENT