MEMORANDUM

 

 

To:                   Mayor Allen Green

            Vice Mayor Mary S. Martin

                        Councilman Dennis Kennedy

            Councilman Robert Pohlmann

                        Councilman George Steindoerfer

 

From:              Kenneth W. Parker, City Manager

 

Subject:          Agenda Commentary for Regular City Council Meeting of

                        August 15, 2006

 

Date:               August 7, 2006

 

 

 

 

B.                 TOWN CENTER CRA MEETING     

 

 

C.                SPECIAL RECOGNITION AND PROCLAMATIONS

 

Item 4 -           Presentation – Dirt Riders Association, Inc.

 

Rick Skeens, a member of the Dirt Riders Association, Inc. will be present to make a presentation to Port Orange PAL’s.

 

D.                CITIZEN PARTICIPATION (Non-Agenda – 15 minutes)

 

E.                 CONSENT AGENDA

  

Item 5 -           Neighborhood Investment Grant Program for FY 2006-07

 

The Neighborhood Investment Program (NIP) supports partnerships between the City of Port Orange and homeowner associations, neighborhood watch groups with identified leaders, or other neighborhood-based organizations. Eligible recipients can receive cash grants up to $5,000.00 for projects that improve the quality of life in the City and serve specific neighborhoods.

 

Over the last 6 years, the City has awarded approximately $65,981.00 in grant funds through the Neighborhood Investment Program (NIP) to 17 different Port Orange neighborhood projects.  Some of the past recipients are: Pickwick Village ($4,000), Sleepy Hollow ($8,131), Deep Forest ($5,000), Oak Hammock ($2,100), Vineyards ($2,200) and Dunlawton Hills ($825).

 

Staff recommends that Council approve the City Staff to implement the 2006-07 Neighborhood Investment Grant Program on August 16, 2006.

 

Item 6 -           Approval to “Piggyback” State Contract to Purchase Tires for Fleet

 

Each year staff request approval to “piggyback” the State’s contract in order to

purchase tires for Fleet Maintenance.  Purchasing off State allows us to obtain

tires at the lowest price available.

 

Staff recommends Council approval to “piggyback” State contract # 863-000-06-1

in order to purchase tires at the lowest price available.

 

Item 7 -           Change Order/Police Station Parking Lot Addition

 

The Police Station Parking Lot Addition project is nearing completion.  The lot is paved and striped and wheelstops have been installed.  Attached is a cost proposal in the amount of $18,208.00 from Beckman Paving to provide landscape and irrigation to complete the project.  This is a change order to the original contract and is based on landscape and irrigation plans designed by staff to meet code requirements and includes replacement of dead azaleas along City Center Parkway.  Funds are currently available in account #001-3200-521-6300.  If this change order is accepted the landscape and irrigation installation can be completed by mid September.

 

Staff recommends Council approval of the change order in the amount of $18,208.00 for the Police Station Parking Lot Addition.

 

Item 8 -           Fuel Purchases

 

Each year Council grants approval to “spot bid” fuel purchases as allowed by Section 8-26 of the Code of Ordinance.  This practice allows the City to purchase fuel at the lowest market price available on each shipment.  Staff also request approval to issue two blanket purchase orders to Three D Oil and Clay so that fuel can be purchased immediately in preparation of emergencies such as hurricanes.

 

Staff recommends Council approval to “spot bid” City fuel as allowed by Section 8-26 of the Code of Ordinance.  Staff also recommends Council approval to issue blanket purchase orders to Three D Oil and Clay for the amount of $40,000.00 each in order to purchase fuel during emergency situations such as hurricanes.

 

Item 9 -           Monthly Development Activity Report and the Building Activity Report for June and July 2006

 

The attached Staff Reports include the Development Activity Report for July 2006 and the Building Activity Report for June 2006.  These reports provide information on proposed development and projects under construction, commercial code enforcement activity and monthly building permits and inspection updates.

 

Staff recommends Council approve the Staff Reports (Monthly Development Activity Report and the building Activity Report) for June and July 2006.

 

Item 10 -        Bid Award – Cambridge Basin Drainage Improvements

 

Quentin Hampton Associates, Inc. advertised and received four bid submittals for the Cambridge Canal Basin Drainage Improvements, Phase 2 Part B, D, & E.  As explained in the letter from Quentin Hampton Associates, Inc. (copy attached), Masci Corporation is apparent low bidder on all parts with a bid of $8,087,525.00 and Schuller Contractors, Inc. is second low bid vendor on all parts with a bid of $8,876,763.00.  The two other bidders chose to submit partial bids, as allowed, but they were not low on either part the bid.  As shown on the bid summary sheets attached, Masci is the low bid vendor on parts B, D (a) and D (d), with a bid total of $5,112,935.00 and Schuller is low bid vendor on parts D (b), D (c) and E, with a bid total of $2,674,500.00.  By awarding to two contractors, the City saves over $300,000.00.  Additionally, Quentin Hampton Associates, Inc. believes having two contractors work concurrently may result in an earlier completion date.  Therefore recommendation is to award to both Masci and Schuller, based on the sections and amounts stated, for a total project cost of $ 7,787,435.00.  The award of this contract is contingent on the concurrence of the Florida Department of Environmental Protection.  This is due to the SRF loan, which is funding Part B.  Finance will appropriate the funds to the Cambridge project account.

 

Staff recommends Council approval Bid No. B06-13, Cambridge Drainage Improvements Project, Phase 2 Part B, D & E, be awarded to both Masci Corporation, Part B, D (d) and Schuller Contractors, Parts D 9b), D (c) and E, in the amount of $5,112,935.00 and $2,674,500.00 respectively for a total cost of $7,787,435.00.

 

Item 11 -        Change Order No. 1 – Aquatic Weed Control, Inc.

 

Staff has been made aware that some lakes at the Golf Course were omitted, in error, from the lake maintenance contract awarded to Aquatic Weed Control.  Aquatic Weed Control has since provided a cost summary to add maintenance to lakes #15, 17, 29 and 30 at the Golf Course and their letter is attached.  As shown, total annual cost should not exceed $4,440.00.

 

Staff recommends Council approval of Change Order No.1 to the contract with Aquatic Weed Control (Bid No. B02-11) for an amount not to exceed $4,440.00 to provide maintenance to lakes # 15, 17, 19 and 30 at the Golf Course.

 

Item 12 -        Change Order No. 2 – Quentin Hampton Associates Engineering Fees – Cambridge Drainage Basin Improvement Project

 

Quentin Hampton Associates, Inc. has submitted estimates costs for engineering fees associated with the construction and inspection phase of the Cambridge Basin Drainage Improvements, Parts B, D & E.  As shown on letters attached, total fees should not exceed $441,000.00.  Funds are available in account #41518005416397, project DIP002

 

Item 13 -       Continuation of Public Finance Representation by Akerman Senterfitt & Edison, P.A.

 

Peter Dame has served as the City’s Bond Counsel for over 20 years.  Effective July 26, 2006 Peter Dame has begun practicing with the firm Akerman Senterfitt & Edison, P.A.  The City has had an excellent working relationship with Peter through the years and would like to retain Peter Dame and the law firm Akerman Senterfitt & Edison to represent the City in public finance matters.

 

Staff recommends Council approve Akerman Senterfitt & Edison, P.A. as the City’s representative in public finance matters.

 

City Manager’s Comments:  Peter Dame has represented the City of Port Orange for a number of years on Bond related items.  Peter is most familiar with our projects.  Therefore, both Margaret and I are recommending that we continue with Peter Dame as out Bond Attorney.

 

F.                 BOARDS AND COMMISSION

 

Item 14  -       Report from Advisory Board

 

Citizen Advisory Committee for MPO

 

G.                FINANCE

 

Item 15 -        Resolution No,06 -76 - Budget Appropriations

 

On December 13, 2005 Council approved the acceptance of a SRF loan to fund the Cambridge Drainage Project.  Also, on June 26, 2006 the City received notification from the Florida DEP that $650,000 in funds had been appropriated in the General State appropriations for the Cambridge Project. The attached resolution appropriates funds for these projects.

 

Staff recommends Council approval of Resolution No. 06- 76.

 

Item 16 -        Resolution No. 06-77 - Water and Sewer Rates

 

Attached is Resolution No. 06-77, pertaining to the City of Port Orange proposed water and sewer rates and other utility charges and fees.

 

In summary, staff and our consulting engineers’, Quentin Hampton & Associates, have reviewed all utility rates and charges.  The results of this review had been evaluated by City Council several times this past year.  Projected revenue generated by these rates has been included in the proposed budget for this upcoming year.  Net rate adjustments average around 17%.

 

Major categories of change include:

·        Linking definition from the Land Development Code and Code of Ordinances together

·        Change in account service charges

·        Change in impact fee rates

·        Change in consumption charges for water, sewer and reclaimed

·        Updating connection charges

·        Change in tapping charges

 

The effective date of these rate changes are October 1, 2006 except for consumption charges which take effect January 1, 2007.

 

Staff recommends Council approval of the proposed water and sewer rate resolution.

 

Item 17 -        Resolution No. 06-78 - Solid Waste Rates

 

Attached is the proposed Solid Waste Rate Resolution that when authorized, becomes effective October 1, 2006.

 

Based on our new Solid Waste Contract with Veolia Waste Services (Previously Onxy) rates, on average, have increased 46%.  The attached rate resolution adopts rates that will properly fund our new solid waste contract.

 

Staff recommends Council approval of Resolution No. 06-78.

     

H.        PUBLIC HEARING

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Item 18 -        First Reading – Ordinance No. 2006 -24- Adoption of Comprehensive Plan Amendments – Riverwalk Redevelopment (DCA 06-1) Case No. 05-20000012

 

The City of Port Orange has proposed a series of amendments to the Comprehensive Plan to help realize the goals and objectives of the Port Orange Town Center Redevelopment Plan.  Specifically, the City is proposing to amend the Future Land Use Element, Future Land Use Map, Transportation Element, Coastal Zone Management Element, and Capital Improvements Element of the City of Port Orange Comprehensive Plan – Update ’98.  Collectively these amendments set the framework for redevelopment within the 35.4-acre Riverwalk Redevelopment Project Area, including the establishment of a Transportation Concurrency Exception Area (TCEA) for the entire Port Orange Town Center Redevelopment District.  The proposed amendments transmitted to the Florida Department of Community Affairs (DCA) in December 2005 (Res. #2005-119) have been modified in response to DCA’s Objections, Recommendations and Comments (ORC) Report.

 

The Planning Commission, at a Special meeting on August 8, 2006, unanimously recommended adoption of the proposed Comprehensive Plan amendments, as modified to address DCA concerns.

 

Staff recommends Council to approval of the Comprehensive Plan Amendments associated with the Riverwalk Redevelopment Project area, including the creation of a Transportation Concurrency Exception Area for the entire Port Orange Town Center Community Redevelopment District.

 

City Managers Comments:  We are ready to move forward with the adoption of the Comprehensive Plan as it relates to Town Center.  I would encourage you to talk with Donna about the specifics of the changes that we worked out the DCA.

           

I.          COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT 

 

Item 19 -        Second Reading  - Ordinance No. 2005-49 – Small Scale Land Use Amendment – Brad Vogel

 

We recommend approval.

 

Item 20 -        Second Reading – Ordinance No- 2005-69 – Rezoning – From A (Agricultural) to PO (Professional Office) Vogel

 

We recommend approval.

Item 21 -        Second Reading – Ordinance No. 2006-18 – Amending Chapter 17, Section 29 (d) and 29 (m) of the Land Development Code Relating to Building Coverage and Staff Mitigation Requirements (continued to date certain of August 15, 2006)

 

We recommend approval.

 

City Managers Comments:  Based on the discussion a few weeks ago, Margaret is making changes.  She will discuss those changes on Tuesday night.      

 

Item 22 -        Second Reading – Ordinance No. 2006-21 – Amending Section 12 of Chapter 3, Article III of the Land Development Code Relating to the Construction Regulation Board

 

We recommend approval.

 

Item 23 -        First Reading  - Ordinance No. 2006 -25 -Approving the First Amendment to the Master Development Agreement and Conceptual Development Plan for Royal Palm PUD

 

PLANNING COMMISSION ACTION:      June 22, 2006

Recommended approval, 5-1 (Commissioner Chatley dissenting, Commissioner Barker excused), of the First Amendment to the Master Development Agreement and Conceptual Development Plan for the Royal Palm PUD. The purpose of the amendment is to re-establish consistency between the PUD documents and the plat and plans approved by the City; to modify the required driveway widths for individual lots; and to allow partial bonding of subdivision infrastructure improvements. The subject property is located on the west side of Williamson Boulevard, south of Town West Boulevard and north of Taylor Road.

 

The Commission’s recommendation for approval was conditioned upon the remaining outstanding technical comments being resolved prior to the item being scheduled for City Council review; the partial bonding language being revised (as requested by the developer) to be tied to specific physical improvements rather than a percentage of completion; and review by the City Attorney as to legal form and content. Since the Commission meeting, Staff and the developer have worked together to craft language that is mutually acceptable. All outstanding technical comments have now been addressed with the latest version. Please see the attached update memo and staff report for additional information.

 

Staff recommends Council to approve Ordinance No. 2006- 25, approving the first amendment to the Master Development Agreement and Conceptual Development Plan for the Royal Palm PUD, dated 7/17/06, as recommended by the Planning Commission per the meeting of June 22, 2006, incorporating the staff report dated June 16, 2006.

 

Second Reading:   September 19, 2006

  
Item 24 -        Resolution No. 06 -79 -Proposed Easement Vacation – Hickory Park Subdivision, Lot 6 (485 Newton Road)

 

The Community Development Department has received a request to vacate a portion of the northerly rear yard 10.00-feet wide Drainage and Utility Easement located on Lot 6 of the Hickory Park Subdivision. The property owners have made this request in connection with a proposed pool, deck, and screen enclosure to be constructed into the easement. The easement vacation application and legal description have been reviewed for completeness and accuracy. Total allowable lot coverage has not been exceeded and enough easement area will remain for necessary drainage. City departments have reviewed this request and have no outstanding concerns. There are no currently planned drainage or utility improvements proposed for this area in the future. The easement may be vacated, as described in the attached Exhibit “A”, to the extent that it is not being used.

 

Staff recommends Council to approve Resolution No. 06-79, vacating the southerly 5.00 feet of the northerly rear yard 10.00-feet wide Drainage and Utility Easement located on Lot 6 of the Hickory Park Subdivision, per the attached legal description.

 

Item 25-         Resolution No. 06-80 - Proposed Easement Vacation – The Vineyards, Phase 1 Subdivision, Lot 28 (1487 Surry Park Drive)

 

The Community Development Department has received a request to vacate a portion of the northwesterly rear yard 10.00-feet wide Drainage and Utility Easement located on Lot 28 of The Vineyards, Phase I Subdivision. The property owners have made this request in connection with a proposed pool, deck, and screen enclosure to be constructed in to the easement. The easement vacation application and legal description have been reviewed for completeness and accuracy. Total allowable lot coverage has not been exceeded and enough easement area will remain for necessary drainage. City departments have reviewed this request and have no outstanding concerns. There are no currently planned drainage or utility improvements proposed for this area in the future. The easement may be vacated, as described in the attached Exhibit “A”, to the extent that it is not being used.

 

Staff recommends Council to approve Resolution No. 06-80, vacating the southeasterly 5.00 feet of the northwesterly rear yard 10.00-feet wide Drainage and Utility Easement located on Lot 28 of The Vineyards, Phase I Subdivision, per the attached legal description.

  

J.                     PUBLIC WORKS  

 

Item 26 -        First Reading – Ordinance No. 2006 -26 – Award Roll-Off Franchise Agreement – 4- Jays Management, Inc.

 

Staff advertised the non-exclusive franchise agreement for roll-off container service and received nine submittals.    Under this agreement, vendors are allowed to contract container services with various organizations, firms or entities within the City of Port Orange for the collection and disposal of construction/demolition debris.  In exchange, the City is paid monthly by each vendor, based on “per pick-up” of each container placed in service.  In addition to the monthly contract payment, vendors also provide roll-off containers for City use as specified in the ordinance.  This agreement with 4-Jays Management Inc. will be effective October 1, 2006 through September 30, 2007.

 

Staff recommends Council approval of Ordinance No. 2006-26  , granting a non-exclusive franchise for roll-off container service to 4-Jays Management Inc. 

 

Second Reading:   September 19, 2006

 

Item 27 -        First Reading – Ordinance No. 2006-27 – Award Roll-Off Franchise Agreement  - FSI/Fema Services Instantly, a  Division of Fence Services

Staff advertised the non-exclusive franchise agreement for roll-off container service and received nine submittals.    Under this agreement, vendors are allowed to contract container services with various organizations, firms or entities within the City of Port Orange for the collection and disposal of construction/demolition debris.  In exchange, the City is paid monthly by each vendor, based on “per pick-up” of each container placed in service.  In addition to the monthly contract payment, vendors also provide roll-off containers for City use as specified in the ordinance.  This agreement with FSI/Fema Services Instantly will be effective October 1, 2006 through September 30, 2007.

 

Staff recommends Council approval of Ordinance No. 2006-27, granting a non-exclusive franchise for roll-off container service to FSI/Fema Services Instantly. 

 

Second Reading:   September 19, 2006

Item 28 -        First Reading – Ordinance No. 2006-28- Award Roll-Off Franchise Agreement  - Halifax Wrecking Company, Inc.

 

Staff advertised the non-exclusive franchise agreement for roll-off container service and received nine submittals.    Under this agreement, vendors are allowed to contract container services with various organizations, firms or entities within the City of Port Orange for the collection and disposal of construction/demolition debris.  In exchange, the City is paid monthly by each vendor, based on “per pick-up” of each container placed in service.  In addition to the monthly contract payment, vendors also provide roll-off containers for City use as specified in the ordinance.  This agreement with Halifax Wrecking Co., Inc. will be effective October 1, 2006 through September 30, 2007.

 

Staff recommends Council approval of Ordinance No. 2006-28, granting a non-exclusive franchise for roll-off container service to Halifax Wrecking Co., Inc. 

 

Second Reading:   September 19, 2006           

 

Item 29 -        First Reading – Ordinance No. 2006-29-  Award Roll-Off Franchise Agreement – Russo & Sons, Inc.

 

Staff advertised the non-exclusive franchise agreement for roll-off container service and received nine submittals.    Under this agreement, vendors are allowed to contract container services with various organizations, firms or entities within the City of Port Orange for the collection and disposal of construction/demolition debris.  In exchange, the City is paid monthly by each vendor, based on “per pick-up” of each container placed in service.  In addition to the monthly contract payment, vendors also provide roll-off containers for City use as specified in the ordinance.  This agreement with Russo & Sons Inc. will be effective October 1, 2006 through September 30, 2007.

 

Staff recommends Council approval of Ordinance No. 2006-29, granting a non-exclusive franchise for roll-off container service to Russo & Sons Inc. 

 

Second Reading:   September 19, 2006

 

Item 30 -        First Reading - Ordinance No. 2006 -30- Award Roll-Off Franchise Agreement – Samsula Landfill

 

Staff advertised the non-exclusive franchise agreement for roll-off container service and received nine submittals.    Under this agreement, vendors are allowed to contract container services with various organizations, firms or entities within the City of Port Orange for the collection and disposal of construction/demolition debris.  In exchange, the City is paid monthly by each vendor, based on “per pick-up” of each container placed in service.  In addition to the monthly contract payment, vendors also provide roll-off containers for City use as specified in the ordinance.  This agreement with Samsula Landfill will be effective October 1, 2006 through September 30, 2007.

 

Staff recommends Council approval of Ordinance No. 2006-30, granting a non-exclusive franchise for roll-off container service to Samsula Landfill. 

 

Second Reading:   September 19, 2006

 

Item 31 -        First Reading – Ordinance No. 2006-31- Award Roll-Off Franchise Agreement – Set Materials

 

Staff advertised the non-exclusive franchise agreement for roll-off container service and received nine submittals.    Under this agreement, vendors are allowed to contract container services with various organizations, firms or entities within the City of Port Orange for the collection and disposal of construction/demolition debris.  In exchange, the City is paid monthly by each vendor, based on “per pick-up” of each container placed in service.  In addition to the monthly contract payment, vendors also provide roll-off containers for City use as specified in the ordinance.  This agreement with WM Waste Management Inc. of Florida. will be effective October 1, 2006 through September 30, 2007.

 

Staff recommends Council approval of Ordinance No. 2006-31, granting a non-exclusive franchise for roll-off container service to WM Waste Management Inc. of Florida.

 

Second Reading:   September 19, 2006

 

Item 32 -        First Reading – Ordinance No. 2006-32- Award Roll-Off Franchise Agreement- Southeast Container Services

 

Staff advertised the non-exclusive franchise agreement for roll-off container service and received nine submittals.    Under this agreement, vendors are allowed to contract container services with various organizations, firms or entities within the City of Port Orange for the collection and disposal of construction/demolition debris.  In exchange, the City is paid monthly by each vendor, based on “per pick-up” of each container placed in service.  In addition to the monthly contract payment, vendors also provide roll-off containers for City use as specified in the ordinance.  This agreement with Southeast Container Services will be effective October 1, 2006 through September 30, 2007.

 

Staff recommends Council approval of Ordinance No. 2006-32, granting a non-exclusive franchise for roll-off container service to Southeast Container Services. 

 

Second Reading:   September 19, 2006

 

Item 33 -        First Reading – Ordinance No. 2006-33- Award Roll-Off Franchise Agreement – Veolia ES Solid Waste, Inc.

 

Staff advertised the non-exclusive franchise agreement for roll-off container service and received nine submittals.    Under this agreement, vendors are allowed to contract container services with various organizations, firms or entities within the City of Port Orange for the collection and disposal of construction/demolition debris.  In exchange, the City is paid monthly by each vendor, based on “per pick-up” of each container placed in service.  In addition to the monthly contract payment, vendors also provide roll-off containers for City use as specified in the ordinance.  This agreement with Veolia ES Solid Waste Inc. will be effective October 1, 2006 through

September 30, 2007.

 

Staff recommends Council approval of Ordinance No. 2006-33, granting a non-exclusive franchise for roll-off container service to Veolia ES Solid Waste Inc. 

 

Second Reading:   September 19, 2006

   

Item 34 -        First Reading – Ordinance No, 2006-34- Award Roll-Off Franchise Agreement –Waste Management, Inc. of Florida

 

Staff advertised the non-exclusive franchise agreement for roll-off container service and received nine submittals.    Under this agreement, vendors are allowed to contract container services with various organizations, firms or entities within the City of Port Orange for the collection and disposal of construction/demolition debris.  In exchange, the City is paid monthly by each vendor, based on “per pick-up” of each container placed in service.  In addition to the monthly contract payment, vendors also provide roll-off containers for City use as specified in the ordinance.  This agreement with WM Waste Management Inc. of Florida will be effective October 1, 2006 through September 30, 2007.

 

Staff recommends Council approval of Ordinance No. 206-34, granting a non-exclusive franchise for roll-off container service to WM Waste Management Inc. of Florida. 

 

Second Reading:   September 19, 2006

  

K.                   PUBLIC UTILITIES –

 

Item 35 -        Resolution No. 06 -81 - Utility Agreement Associated with Brown’s Landing Authorizing City Cost Participation to Hazen Construction for Installation of Utilities

 

The City of Port Orange is currently under contract with Hazen Construction for the installation of the Southwest Utility Reinforcement, commonly referred to as the “E-Loop.”  The project will “loop” our existing water distribution system with new 16” and 12” water mains along Taylor Road, Tomoka Farms Road, and Pioneer Trail.

 

A portion of the 12” main originally planned for installation along Taylor Road has been intentionally delayed so that the main could be re-routed through the local roadways of the proposed Brown’s Landing development.  By doing so, the water main will not be impacted by Volusia County’s future Taylor Road widening and turn lane improvements.  In addition, City staff is supporting cost reimbursement for the installation of a 6” sanitary sewer force main along Taylor Road from the Brown’s Landing development to the point of connection to the existing system. 

 

Staff evaluated the cost proposal from Hazen Construction.   Hazen honored their unit prices from the Southwest Utility bid for work in the Taylor Road Right of Way, and reduced their unit prices accordingly for work on the undeveloped Brown’s Landing site.  Consequently, we have found the prices to be fair and reasonable and within current industry standards. These improvements are specifically outlined as being eligible for City Cost Participation under the general guidelines of Chapter 11 of the LDC.  Funds are available in UCP001 Utility Cost Participation and UET013 Southwest Utility Reinforcements.

 

Staff recommends Council to approve the resolution for the Brown’s Landing South Utility Agreement between Spruce Creek Investments, Incorporated and the City of Port Orange, and to authorize City Cost Participation to Hazen Construction in the amount of $490,675 for construction of a potable water distribution system and sanitary sewer force main along a portion of Taylor Road and through Brown’s Landing, and to authorize the Mayor and City Manager to execute applicable contract documents, as necessary. 

 

L.                    PUBLIC SAFETY

 

Item 36 -        Second Reading  - Ordinance No. 2006-22 – Amending Section 6.1 of the Code of Ordinance Relating to Hours of Sale, Service and Consumption of Alcohol

 

We recommend approval.

        

M.                  PARKS AND RECREATION (Glen Walker)

 

Item 37-         Request from the Daytona Beach Track Club for the City to Co-Sponsor a Segment of the Paul DeBruyn 30k and 15k Road Race in Port Orange

 

The City has received a request from Daytona Beach Track Club to co-sponsor a portion of their Paul DeBruyn 30K and 15K Road Race in Port Orange the morning of November 11, 2006.

 

Staff recommends that Council deny the request and charging the event cost of

$680.40 in full (request and cost estimate attached).

 

City Manager’s Comments:  We do have some concern about the route being run thorough an area where construction is happening.  However, that is something that is occurring in the County, not in Port Orange.  If they are able to provide law enforcement that provides traffic control that does not impact Port Orange, then the route works.  However, there is a cost to us.  Be aware, this is a popular run.  It draws a number of our citizens as participants.  Be aware, that FDOT is the permit issuer for Dunlawton.  They in fact can issue the permit without our approval.  It behooves us to work with the race sponsor rather than having the permit issued for the race and then we are impacted on race day.

 

N.                   COUNCIL COMMENTS

 

Item 38-         Comments/Concerns from Council Members

At this time, Council Members may discuss various matters of concern.

 

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