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«JANUARY 19, 2016 TUESDAY, 6:30 P.M. COUNCIL CHAMBERS 1. ROLL CALL, INVOCATION, AND PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE 2. APPROVAL OF MINUTES January 4, 2016, ...»

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GULF BREEZE CITY COUNCIL

REGULAR MEETING AGENDA

JANUARY 19, 2016

TUESDAY, 6:30 P.M.

COUNCIL CHAMBERS

1. ROLL CALL, INVOCATION, AND PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

2. APPROVAL OF MINUTES

January 4, 2016, Regular meeting

3. PROCLAMATIONS AND PRESENTATIONS None

4. RESOLUTIONS AND ORDINANCES

Resolution 01-16 Adopting Resolution 01-16 approving a Plan of Finance for Garden Gate Facilities in Fort Worth and Plano, Texas, and authorizing issuance of not to exceed $35,000,000 in Capital Trust Agency Bonds and authorizing the Mayor to execute Amendment No. 65 to Interlocal Agreement Resolution 02-16 Adopting Resolution 02-16 approving a Supplemental Plan of Finance for Silver Creek St. Augustine and authorizing issuance of an additional $12,000,000 in Capital Trust Agency Bonds and authorizing the Mayor to execute Amendment No. 66 to Interlocal Agreement Resolution 03-16 Adopting Resolution 03-16 granting the authority to acquire certain property necessary to provide public use and access to and from Shoreline Drive and the shore of Pensacola Bay; declaring the need to exercise eminent domain powers; and authorizing the City Attorney or his designee to commence and prosecute all proceedings necessary for acquiring the subject property for the project. (The resolution will be provided as soon as Staffreceives the final version from special counsel.)

ACTION AGENDA ITEMS

5.

Approval of Special Event Application from St. Ann's Catholic Church for Annual Palm A.

Sunday Processional on Sunday, March 20, 2016 Approval of Special Event Application from St. Ann's Catholic Church for a 5K B.

run/walk on Saturday, May 21, 2016 Regular Meeting Agenda January 19, 2016 Page 2

C. Approval of Development Review Board Recommendations:

1) Gulf Breeze Treatment Center, 350 Pensacola Beach Road, Gulf Breeze, FL Request to install an inground pool, paver decking, and landscaping

2) Christine and Stephen Speck, 226 Pine Tree Drive, Gulf Breeze, FL Request to construct a residential dock with uncovered boat lift

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G. Private attorney-client session confined to settlement negotiations or strategy sessions related to litigation expenditures in connection with a worker's compensation litigation brought against the City by Michael Gavitt

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If any person decides to appeal any decisions made with respect to any matter considered at this meeting or public hearing, such person may need to insure that a verbatim record of the proceedings is made, which record includes the testimony and any evidence upon which the appeal is to be based. The public is invited to comment on matters before the City Council upon seeking and receiving recognition from the Chair. If you are a person with a disability who needs accommodation in order to participate in a public hearing you are entitled to the provision of certain assistance. Please contact the City Clerk's office at (850) 934-5115 or at 1070 Shoreline Drive, Gulf Breeze at least one (1) week prior to the date of the public hearing.

MINUTES OF THE REGULAR MEETING OF THE

CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF GULF BREEZE, FLORIDA

The 1,287th Regular Meeting of the Gulf Breeze City Council, Gulf Breeze, Florida, was held at Gulf Breeze City Hall on Monday, January 4, 2016, at 6:30 p.m.

ROLL CALL, INVOCATION, AND PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE:

Upon call of the roll the following Councilmembers were present: Councilwoman Renee Bookout, Councilwoman Cherry Fitch, Mayor Pro Tern Joseph Henderson, Councilman David G. Landfair, and Mayor Matt Dannheisser.

The City Clerk gave the invocation and led in the Pledge of Allegiance

APPROVAL OF MINUTES:

Councilman Landfair moved for approval of the minutes of the December 21, 2015, Regular Meeting. Councilwoman Fitch seconded. The vote for approval was unanimous.

PRESENTATION AND PROCLAMATIONS:

Fire Chief Craig Carmichael Recognition of Gulf Breeze Volunteer Firefighters Susan Hoffman, Samantha Hoffman, Samuel Buckley, and Thomas Matassa for successfully completing Firefighter I Training

RESOLUTIONS AND ORDINANCES:

Public Hearing:

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The City Clerk read the Ordinance by title. The Mayor opened the Public Hearing. Mr. Robert Turpin, 2 Madrid, spoke regarding the Ordinance. Mayor Dannheisser closed the Public Hearing.

Councilwoman Bookout moved for approval of Ordinance No. 01-16. Councilwoman Fitch second. The vote for approval was unanimous.

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ACTION AGENDA ITEMS:

A. Recommendation regarding Street light on Madrid Avenue Reference: City Manager memo dated December 28, 2015 Recommendation: That the City Council approve the street light installed on Madrid Avenue to remain in place.





The following residents spoke against the Street light: Karen Owen at 3 Madrid, Robert Turpin, 2 Madrid Ave. The following residents spoke in favor of the Street light: Jane Switzer, 92 Highpoint, Susan Osborn, 88 Highpoint, and Cindy Pablo, 104 Highpoint.

The Council advised staff to continue to study additional options for the street light and report back to the Council by the next set of meetings. No action taken B. Approval of holiday gift card purchase in the amount of $6,700 for staff with cost allocation to each department.

Reference: City Manager memo dated December 24, 2015 Recommendation: That the City Council ratify the purchase of gift cards for city staff in the amount of $6,700 with the cost paid from each department budget based on the number of staff allocated to that department.

Councilwoman Fitch made a motion to approve staffs recommendation. Councilwoman Bookout seconded. The vote was 4-1 with Mayor Pro Tern Henderson dissenting C. Authorization and approval of Warrington Utility and Excavation to make irrigation repairs to the East Course in the amount of $13,300 with a 20% ($2,700) contingency.

Reference: Director of Public Services memo dated December 30, 2015 That the City Council authorize Warrington Utility and Excavation

Recommendation:

to install two (2) 4" by 60' Directional Drill Pipes on Fairway #13 to relocate the irrigation line and controls underground for $13,300 with a 20% ($2,700) contingency.

Councilman Landfair made a motion to remove the item from the agenda until such time as the SSRUS Board brings it to the City Council for approval. Mayor Pro Tern Henderson seconded.

The vote to remove the item from the agenda was unanimous.

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D. Endorsement regarding conversion of a vehicle bay in the Public Services garage to office space Reference: Director of Public Services memo dated December 23, 2015 Recommendation: That the City Council endorse the conversion of a vehicle bay in the Public Services garage to 576 square feet of office space.

Councilwoman Fitch made a motion to approve staffs recommendation. Councilwoman Bookout seconded. The vote for approval was unanimous.

E. Authorization and approval for McNorton Mechanical to remove and replace the metal roofing and gutter system over the Public Services office building in the amount of $9,940 Reference: Director of Public Services memo dated December 23, 2015 Recommendation: That the City Council authorize McNorton Mechanical to remove and replace the metal roofing for a cost of $9,940.

Councilwoman Bookout made a motion to approve staff's recommendation. Mayor Pro Tern Henderson seconded. The vote for approval was unanimous.

F. Direction regarding potential sale of Peyton Office building located at 1198 Gulf Breeze Parkway Reference: Deputy City Manager memo dated December 24, 2015 Recommendation: That the City Council consider the purchase offer by M&W Properties of Florida in the amount of $400,000 to purchase the property located at 1198 Gulf Breeze Parkway.

The following individuals spoke regarding the purchase offer: Kevin Hoffman with J.G.

Buehler & Company, (real estate broker representing the buyers), Dr. William Henghold, 530 Fontaine St (buyer) and Mr. Bob Osboume, 88 Highpoint (resident and commercial real estate broker).

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Mayor Dannheisser stated that the following conditions would need be added to the purchase agreement should the City decide to sell the property: 1. Use of the property be limited to the Class A office building being contemplated; 2.) The building plans be submitted within a specific time frame; construction begin within a specific time frame and construction be completed within a specific time frame. 3.) The City net $400,000 at closing Councilman Landfair made a motion to table this item until the next set of meetings and that an updated appraisal be completed on the property. Mayor Pro Tern Henderson seconded. The vote for approval was unanimous.

G. Approval and authorization to enter into a retainer agreement with Smolker Bartlett Loeb Hinds & Sheppard, P.A., and provide a $5,000 retainer Reference: Deputy City Manager Memo dated December 23, 2015 Recommendation: That the City Council approve the retainer agreement with Smolker Bartlett Loeb Hinds & Sheppard, P.A. of Tampa Florida, authorize the City Attorney to execute the agreement on behalf of the City and authorize the payment of the $5,000 retainer.

Councilman Landfair made a motion to approve staffs recommendation. Mayor Pro Tern Henderson seconded. The vote for approval was unanimous.

H. Approval of Agreement for Legal Services with Michael J. Stebbins, PL, and authorization for the Mayor to execute the agreement on behalf of the City Reference: Deputy City Manager memo dated December 22, 2015 Recommendation: That the City Council approve the agreement with Michael J.

Stebbins, PL to serve as the City Attorney and authorize the Mayor to execute the agreement on behalf of the City.

Mayor Dannheisser recused himself from the vote due to his professional relationship with Mr. Stebbins. (Form 8B attached) Councilwoman Bookout requested that language be added to the agreement regarding legal malpractice and case files remaining property of the City.

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Councilman Landfair made a motion to approve staff's recommendation subject to the changes suggested by Councilwoman Bookout. Councilwoman Bookout seconded. The vote to approve the agreement for legal services with Michael J. Stebbins, PL carried unanimously by a vote of 4-0. (Form 8B attached for Mayor Dannheisser) I. Approval of payment of invoice in the amount of $9,004.75 to Galloway Johnson Tompkins Burr and Smith (GJTBS) for legal services rendered in connection with Catawba Street right-of-way

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Recommendation: That the City Council approve payment of invoice 322649 in the amount of $9,004.75 to GJTBS.

Mayor Pro Tern Henderson made a motion to approve staff's recommendation.

Councilwoman Bookout seconded. The vote to approve was unanimous.

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INFORMATION ITEMS: None

PUBLIC FORUM:

Karen Owen, 3 Madrid Avenue, addressed the Council a second time requesting the street light at 3 Madrid Avenue be removed.

COUNCIL COMMENTS: None ADJOURNMENT: Mayor Dannheisser adjourned the meeting at 8:06 p.m.

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The Gulf Breeze City Council held an Executive Meeting at Gulf Breeze City Hall on Wednesday, January 13, 2016, at 6:30 p.m.

ROLL CALL, INVOCATION, AND PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE:

Upon call of the roll the following Councilmembers were present: Councilwoman Renee Bookout, Councilwoman Cherry Fitch, Mayor Pro Tern Joseph Henderson, and Mayor Matt Dannheisser. Councilman David G. Landfair was not in attendance.

PROCLAMATIONS AND PRESENTATIONS

None

RESOLUTIONS AND ORDINANCES

Adopting Resolution 01-16 approving a Plan of Finance for Garden Gate facilities in Fort Worth and Plano, Texas, and authorizing issuance of not to exceed $35,000,000 in Capital Trust Agency bonds and authorizing the Mayor to execute Amendment No. 65 to Interlocal Agreement Reference: City Manager memo dated January 8, 2016 Recommendation: That the City Council approve Resolution 01-16 approving a Plan of Finance for the Garden Gate facilities in Fort Worth and Piano Texas, and authorizing issuance of not to exceed $35,000,000 in Capital Trust Agency bonds.

Mayor Pro Tern Henderson made a motion to place Resolution 01-16 on the January 19, 2016, Regular Meeting agenda for approval. Councilwoman Bookout seconded. The vote for approval was unanimous.

Adopting Resolution 02-16 approving a Supplemental Plan of Finance for Silver Creek, St. Augustine, and authorizing issuance of an additional $12,000,000 in Capital Trust Agency bonds and authorizing the Mayor to execute Amendment No. 66 to Interlocal Agreement

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That the City Council adopt Resolution 02-16 approving a

Recommendation:

supplemental Plan of Finance for Silver Creek, St. Augustine, and issuance of up to an additional $12,000,000 in Capital Trust Agency bonds and authorizing the Mayor to execute Amendment No. 66 to Interlocal Agreement with Capital Trust Agency.

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The Council asked that Ed Gray provide an explanation as to the amount previously issued and advise the Council how many times the borrower can ask for supplemental funds. No action was taken on this item.

ACTION AGENDA ITEMS

A. Approval of Special Event Application from St. Ann's Catholic Church for Annual Palm Sunday Processional on Sunday, March 20, 2016 Reference: Deputy Chief memo dated January 6, 2016 Recommendation: That the City Council approve the St. Ann's Catholic Church Special Event Application for the annual Palm Sunday Processional.



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