REVISED AGENDA

MONROE COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS


Any person who wishes to be heard shall provide the Clerk with his or her name and residence and the agenda item on which he or she wishes to be heard.   Such information shall be on a card provided by the County.  Once public input begins, there will be no further speaker cards allowed to be submitted to the Clerk for that subject.   An individual has three minutes and a person representing an organization has five minutes to address the Board (except that individuals wishing to speak during public hearings pertaining to land use issues will have five minutes).  The first person representing the organization will be allowed the five minutes.  Subsequently, all other speakers on behalf of that organization have three minutes to address the Board.  Once an individual has addressed the Board, he or she will not be permitted to return to the podium for follow-up comments, unless the issue involved is quasi judicial in nature.  In that case, the applicant may return to the podium to conclude his or her position at the end of the public hearing. 

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Pleas note that all time approximate items are listed in bold.


Tuesday, November 17, 2015
The Harvey Government Center
at Historic Truman School
1200 Truman Avenue
Key West, Florida

9:00 A.M. - Regular Meeting

9:15 A.M. - Land Authority Governing Board

9:30 A.M. - Fire & Ambulance District 1 Board of Governors

1:30 P.M. - Closed Session

3:00 P.M. - Public Hearings



TIME APPROXIMATE                         REGULAR MEETING

9:00 A.M.    CALL TO ORDER
                 INVOCATION
                 SALUTE TO FLAG

A.
PRESENTATION TO MAYOR KOLHAGE
B.
COMMENTS FROM COMMISSIONERS
CALL TO ORDER OF 2015 BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
C.
COMMISSION ORGANIZATION
1.
Selection of Mayor and Mayor Pro Tem of the Commission.
2.
Approval of a Resolution electing the Mayor and Mayor Pro Tem for the Board of County Commissioners.
Documents: C2.pdf
3.
Approval of a Resolution authorizing the Mayor and Clerk of the Board to sign all warrants, legal documents and any other necessary papers and documents; and stating that the presently authorized signatures validating County checks are hereby continued for sixty days from this date in order to meet payroll and other necessary obligations.
Documents: C3.pdf
D.
ADDITIONS,CORRECTIONS, DELETIONS
1.
Approval of agenda.
E.
PRESENTATION OF AWARDS
1.
Proclamation proclaiming November 14-22, 2015 as National Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Week in Monroe County, FL
Documents: E1.pdf
2.
Proclamation designating December 21, 2015 as National Homeless Persons Memorial Day.
Documents: E2.pdf
3.
Proclamation designating November 2015 as National Home Care Month in Monroe County, FL.
Documents: E3.pdf
4.
Presentation of the 3rd Quarter Employee Service Award to Ms. Anna Haskins, Special Needs Coordinator, Social Services Department.
Documents: E4.pdf
F.
BULK APPROVALS – MAYOR PRO TEM CARRUTHERS
1.
Approval of the FY2016 Airline Rates and Charges for the Key West International Airport, effective October 1, 2015.
Documents: F1.pdf
2.
Approval to enter into a Supporting Sponsor Agreement with Naval Air Station Key West in the amount of $5000 (Airport Operating Funds), in support of the 2016 Southernmost Air Spectacular Air Show to be held on April 2 & 3, 2016.
Documents: F2.pdf
3.
Approval of Jacobs Project Management Co.’s Task Order# 12/14-43 for the Services Authorized: Emergency Alert System PSO#43 in the amount of $83,404 to be funded by FDOT-AQE35 Suplemental#4 grant executed 10/29/2015 and local match from Airport Operating funds (Planning Studies).
Documents: F3.pdf
4.
Ratification and approval of State of Florida Department of Transportation Joint Participation Agreement Number Four for Contract#AQE35 (Planning Studies at both EYW & MTH Airports), which increases the funding of the original grant by $650,000. Key West International Airport is funded 50% FDOT and 50% KWIA operating funds while Marathon Airport is funded 80% FDOT and 20% MTH operating funds.
Documents: F4.pdf
5.
Ratification and approval of State of Florida Department of Transportation Joint Participation Agreement Number AQH10 providing funding for EYW Terminal Annex Modification Phase II, Customs and Border Protection facility at the Key West International Airport in the total amount of $597,202 to be funded 50% FDOT ($298,601) and 50% Airport operating funds ($298,601).
(AIRPORT:  REVISED BACK-UP ONLY – AIS NOW INITIALED.)
Documents: F5R2.pdf
6.
Approval to extend the existing fuel contract with Dion Oil Company, LLC for the second (2nd) additional one year term beginning January 21st, 2016.
Documents: F6.pdf
7.
Approval for the Library to close on Saturday, December 26, 2015
Documents: F7.pdf
8.
Approval of the Library Plan of Service for the year 2016.
Documents: F8.pdf
9.
Approval of various resolutions for the transfer of funds and resolutions for the receipt of unanticipated revenue.
Documents: F9R.pdf
10.
Approval of a General Fund Transfer for the Sheriff: to transfer funds for FY15 between functional distributions in accordance with F.S. 30.49(2)(a).
Documents: F10.pdf
11.
Approval of agreements with Guidance Care Center for the Baker Act Transportation Services and Community Transportation for the Disadvantaged for FY 2016.
Documents: F11.pdf
12.
Approved by the Board, acting as Plan Administrator of the Length of Service Award Plan (LOSAP) to begin 10-year disbursement of funds to one eligible participant, with a monthly benefit of $165.00 commencing December 01, 2015.
Documents: F12.pdf
13.
Approved by the Board, acting as Plan Administrator of the Length of Service Award Plan (LOSAP) to begin 10-year disbursement of funds to one eligible participant, with a monthly benefit of $240.00 commencing November 01, 2015.
Documents: F13.pdf
14.
Acceptance of the Monroe County Length of Service Award Program (LOSAP) actuarial valuation report for the Plan Year 2015 and transfer of funds for Plan Year 2015 into the LOSAP Trust Fund.
Documents: F14.pdf
15.
Approval of Resolution authorizing the write-off of 67 accounts receivable covering the time period of November 2011 through August 2015 totaling $388,998.33 for Monroe County residents who qualified for the Trauma Star Air Ambulance Waiver Program.
Documents: F15.pdf
16.
Approval of Resolution authorizing the write-off of 102 Fire Rescue air ambulance accounts receivable for CY 2011, totaling $875,822.46 from the Fine and Forfeiture Fund Account 101-115002.
Documents: F16.pdf
17.
Approval of a Resolution establishing a revised Fee Schedule for use in providing Emergency Medical Air Transport Services as voted on by the Board of County Commissioners and unanimously passed at the June 10, 2015 regular meeting.
Documents: F17.pdf
18.
Approval of a Resolution adopting the 2015 update of the Local Mitigation Strategy as required by state and federal regulations to qualify for certain mitigation grant funding.
Documents: F18R.pdf
19.
Approval to negotiate a contract with Kisinger Campo & Associates, the highest ranked respondent, for Design & Permitting Services for the Garrison Bight Bridge Repair Project. The Engineering Design & Permitting Services will be funded by the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) through a Local Agency Program (LAP) Agreement. If an agreement cannot be reached, request approval to negotiate with the next highest ranked respondent and to continue until a satisfactory negotiation is achieved.
Documents: F19R.pdf
20.
Approval to negotiate a contract with Parsons Brinckerhoff, Inc., the highest ranked respondent, for Construction Engineering and Inspection (CEI) Services for the Card Sound Road Bridge Repair Project. If successful negotiations cannot be reached, approval to negotiate a contract with the next highest ranked respondent until successful negotiations are reached.
Documents: F20.pdf
21.
Approval of Amendment 1 to the contract for Hurricane Debris and Disaster Response and Recovery Services with DRC Emergency Services, LLC to update contractor contact and personnel information.
Documents: F21R.pdf
22.
Receipt of monthly report on change orders reviewed by the County Administrator’s Office.
Documents: F22.pdf
23.
Approval to award bid and enter into a contract with Sea Tech of the Florida Keys, Inc. for the Harvey Government Center painting and repairs, funded through the one-cent infrastructure tax.
Documents: F23R.pdf
24.
Approval of First Renewal Amendment Agreement with Black Fire Protection, Inc. for “Full Maintenance – Fire Protection Systems”.
Documents: F24.pdf
25.
Approval to award bid and execute a contract with Air Mechanical & Service Corp., Inc., for Middle Keys facilities central air conditioning maintenance and repair.
Documents: F25.pdf
26.
Approval to award bid and execute a contract with Master Mechanical Services, Inc., for Upper Keys facilities central air conditioning maintenance and repair.
Documents: F26.pdf
27.
Approval of First Renewal Amendment Agreement with Stockton Maintenance Group Inc. (SMG) for janitorial services at the Big Pine Key Library.
Documents: F27.pdf
28.
Approval of First Renewal Amendment Agreement with Stockton Maintenance Group Inc. (SMG) for janitorial services at the Islamorada Library.
Documents: F28.pdf
29.
Approval of First Renewal Amendment Agreement with Stockton Maintenance Group Inc. (SMG) for janitorial services at the Key Largo Library.
Documents: F29.pdf
30.
Approval of First Renewal, Second Amendment Agreement with Stockton Maintenance Group Inc. (SMG) for janitorial services in Marathon. Facilities include Marathon Library, Marathon Courthouse, Marathon Government Center, Marathon Government Center Annex, Marathon Senior Center, Marathon Supervisor of Elections, Marathon Tax Collector & Marathon Clerk of Courts.
Documents: F30.pdf
31.
Approval to enter into a one-year’s residential lease agreement with a Sheriff’s Deputy for Location B to commence December 01, 2015 and terminate November 30, 2016.
Documents: F31R.pdf
32.
Approval to rescind BOCC approval action of October 21, 2015 agenda item D-53 and approval of revised (with the final version of Exhibit D and the labeled version of Exhibit F) renewal of the License Agreement with the United States Department of the Navy for use of Navy shoreline on Boca Chica Beach.
Documents: F32.pdf
33.
Approval of Amendment #002 to the Older Americans Act (OAA) Contract AA-1529 between the Alliance for Aging, Inc. (AAA) and the Monroe County Board of County Commissioners (Monroe County Social Services/In Home Services and Nutrition programs) to deobligate funding in the amount of $3,371.77 for the current contract period of 1/1/15 to 12/31/15.
Documents: F33.pdf
34.
Approval of Amendment #003 of the Alliance for Aging, Inc. Standard Contract, Older Americans Act (OAA) Contract AA-1529 between the Alliance for Aging, Inc. (AAA) and the Monroe County Board of County Commissioners (Social Services/In Home and Nutrition programs) for the current contract period of 1/1/15 to 12/31/15 to increase funding from $444,245.92 to $456,558.
Documents: F34.pdf
35.
Approval of Amendment #004 of the Alliance for Aging, Inc. Standard Contract, Older Americans Act (OAA) Contract AA-1529 between the Alliance for Aging, Inc. (AAA) and the Monroe County Board of County Commissioners (Social Services/In Home and Nutrition programs) for the current contract period of 1/1/15 to 12/31/15 to increase funding from $456,588 to $462,507.23.
Documents: F35.pdf
36.
Approval to hire a Community Resource Development (CRD) Agent to report directly to the Extension Director.
Documents: F36.pdf
37.
Approval of a Resolution by the Monroe County adopting the recommendation of the Climate Change Advisory Committee (CCAC) recommending that the Monroe County Board of County Commissioners seek and asking the Florida Department of Transportation assistance to develop to conduct a feasibility study of light rail/monorail system in Monroe County. The study should that includes an assessments of anticipated carbon emission reductions, traffic reductions, and sea level rise accommodations.
(EXTENSION SERVICES:  REVISED WORDING AND BACKUP 11/9/15) Approval of a Resolution by the Monroe County adopting the recommendation of the Climate Change Advisory Committee (CCAC) recommending that the Monroe County Board of County Commissioners seek and asking the Florida Department of Transportation assistance to develop to conduct a feasibility study of light rail/monorail system in Monroe County.  The study should that includes an assessments of anticipated carbon emission reductions, traffic reductions, and sea level rise accommodations.
Documents: F37R.pdf
38.
Approval of a resolution for the rollover of unanticipated revenue.
(ENGINEERING/OMB:  11/12/15 Add On for Day of Meeting)
Documents: F38ADOM.pdf
G.
TOURIST DEVELOPMENT COUNCIL
1.
Approval of a Turnkey Event Agreement with Upper Keys Community Pool, Inc. covering Orange Bowl Classic and WinterTraining in December 2016-January 2017 in an amount not to exceed $50,000, DAC V, FY 2016 Event Resources.
Documents: G1.pdf
2.
Approval of an Agreement with Florida Keys Community College and the Letters “FKCC” covering FKCC Swim Around Key West in an amount not to exceed $10,000, DAC I, FY 2016 Event Resources.
Documents: G2.pdf
3.
Approval of an Agreement with The Key Lime Festival covering The Key Lime Festival in July 2016 in an amount not to exceed $17,000, DAC I, FY 2016 Event Resources.
Documents: G3.pdf
4.
Approval of a Turnkey Agreement with Friends of the Pool, Inc. covering 4th Swim for Alligator Light House in September 2016 in an amount not to exceed $50,000, DAC IV, FY 2016 Event Resources.
Documents: G4.pdf
5.
Approval of an Amendment to Agreement with The City of Marathon for the Ocean Front Park Phase 4-Road Paving, Safety Elements and Commercial Fishing Monument Project to November 17, 2015.
Documents: G5.pdf
6.
Approval of an Agreement with New Orleans House of Key West, Inc. covering New Year’s Even Shoe Drop in December 2016 in an amount not to exceed $10,000, DAC I, FY 2016 Event Resources.
Documents: G6.pdf
7.
Approval of an Agreement with Bogart Film Festival, L.L.C. covering Humphrey Bogart Film Festival in October 2016 in an amount not to exceed $25,000, DAC V, FY 2016 Event Resources.
Documents: G7.pdf
8.
Approval of an Agreement with Lazy Dog Adventures, L.L.C. covering Key West Paddle Classic in April-May 2016 in an amount not to exceed $17,000, DAC I, FY 2016 Event Resources.
Documents: G8.pdf
9.
Approval of an Agreement with University of Florida Alumni Association, Inc. covering Southernmost Marathon & Half/Key West Running Festival in an amount not to exceed $25,000, DAC I, FY 2016 Event Resources.
Documents: G9.pdf
10.
Approval of an Agreement with Conch Foundation of the Upper Keys, Inc. covering Conch Scramble “on the water” Golf Tournament in September 2016 in an amount not to exceed $10,000, DAC IV, FY 2016 Event Resources.
Documents: G10.pdf
11.
Approval requested to waive policies and enter into a contract with STR, Inc.
Documents: G11.pdf
12.
Approval of a Turnkey Agreement with Key West Tourist Development Association, Inc. covering Fantasy Fest in October 2016 in an amount not to exceed $140,000 ($120,000 = DAC I, $20,000 = DAC II) FY 2016 Event Resources.
Documents: G12.pdf
13.
Approval of an Agreement with Key West Tourist Development Association, Inc. covering Fantasy Fest in October 2016 in an amount not to exceed $20,000, DAC III, FY 2016 Event Resources.
Documents: G13.pdf
14.
Approval of an Amendment to Agreement with the Florida Keys Community College and the Letters “FKCC” to extend the termination date for the Tennessee Williams Theater Lobby Expansion Project.
Documents: G14.pdf
15.
Approval of an Agreement with Beach Road Trip Weekend, Inc. covering Beach Road Trip Weekend in November 2016 in an amount not to exceed $20,000 (DAC IV = $10,000, DAC V = $10,000) FY 2016 Event Resources.
Documents: G15.pdf
16.
Approval of an Agreement with Islamorada Running Company, L.L.C covering Islamorada Half Marathon & 10K in December 2016 in an amount not to exceed $20,000, DAC IV, FY 2016 Event Resources.
Documents: G16.pdf
17.
Approval of an Amendment to Agreement with the City of Key West to extend the termination date for the Rest Beach Renourishment Project to September 30, 2016.
Documents: G17.pdf
18.
Approval of an Amendment to Agreement with the City of Key West to extend the termination date for the Rest Beach Renourishment Phase II Project to September 30, 2016.
Documents: G18.pdf
19.
Announcement of one vacant position on the Tourist Development Council District III Advisory Committee for one “At Large” appointment.
Documents: G19.pdf
H.
STAFF REPORTS
I.
LAND AUTHORITY GOVERNING BOARD 9:15 A.M.

1.
Approval of the minutes for the October 21, 2015 meeting.
Documents: I1.pdf
2.
Approval of a contract to purchase Block 7, Lot 6, Eden Pines Colony on Big Pine Key for conservation.
Documents: I2.pdf
J.
FIRE & AMBULANCE DISTRICT 1 BOARD OF GOVERNORS - 9:30 A.M.

1.
Report.
2.
Approval of Resolution authorizing the write-off of 659 Fire Rescue ground ambulance accounts receivable for CY 2011, totaling $360,837.34 from the Fire Rescue District #1 Fund.
Documents: J2.pdf
K.
PLANNING AND ENVIRONMENTAL RESOURCES, BUILDING AND CODE COMPLIANCE DEPARTMENTS – BULK APPROVALS
1.
Approval of Amendment No. 1 to contract between Earthbalance Corporation and Monroe County, extending the existing contract to May 27, 2016
Documents: K1.pdf
2.
Approval of a resolution of the Monroe County Board of County Commissioners establishing the monetary value for payment to the County’s land acquisition fund for an applicant to receive additional points (max of 2) within the Rate of Growth Ordinance/Non-Residential Rate of Growth Ordinance (ROGO/NROGO) allocation systems.
Documents: K2.pdf
3.
Approval of the 2015 Monroe County Area of Critical State Concern (ACSC) Annual Work Program Report, pursuant to Rule 28-20.140, F.A.C., which will be sent to the Department of Economic Opportunity (DEO).
(PLANNING REVISED WORDING AND BACK-UP 11/9/15) Approval of the 2015 Monroe County Area of Critical State Concern (ACSC) Annual Work Program Report, pursuant to Rule 28-20.140, F.A.C., which will be sent to the Department of Economic Opportunity (DEO).
Documents: K3R.pdf
4.
Approval of a resolution setting December 9, 2015, at the Nelson Government Center, Key Largo for a public hearing for a proposed abandonment of a portion of the right-of-way of Nautilus Street and Corsair Road of “Plantation Island”, Duck Key, adjacent to Lot 14, Block 5 according to the plat thereof, recorded in Plat Book 5, Page 82 of the public records of Monroe County, Florida.
Documents: K4.pdf
5.
Approval of Occupancy Agreement and 99-year Ground Lease between Monroe County and Habitat for Humanity of Key West and Lower Florida Keys, Inc., for four (4) parcels of land on Cudjoe Key (RE Nos. 00178350-000000; 00178360-000000; 00178370-000000; and 00178380-000000), on which sixteen (16) owner-occupied affordable employee housing units will be built.
Documents: K5.pdf
6.
Approval of Agreement No. MV174 between Monroe County (County) and the Florida Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) Clean Vessel Act (CVA) Program providing $250,000 in grant reimbursement funding to the County to assist with funding for the County’s Mobile Vessel Pumpout Service (Pumpout Service) for one year of operation.
Documents: K6.pdf
7.
Approval of Agreement No, S0901 between Monroe County (County) and the Florida Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) providing $100,000 in reimbursement funding to the County to assist with funding for the County’s Mobile Vessel Pumpout Service (Pumpout Service).
Documents: K7R.pdf
8.
Approval of Amendment No.6 to the Agreement (Amended Agreement or Agreement) between Monroe County (County) and Pumpout USA, Inc. (Contractor) for Keys-Wide Mobile Vessel Pumpout Service (Pumpout Service), to: 1) include reference to the Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) agreement with the County which is providing $100,000 of (non-CVA) reimbursement funding towards the cost of the Pumpout Service, 2) include reference to the DEP Clean Vessel Act (CVA) grant agreement with the County which is providing $250,000 in reimbursement funding towards the cost of allowable expenses for the Pumpout Service for one year, 3) providing up to $379,800 from Boating Improvement Funds towards the cost of the Pumpout Service, 4) providing for a total cost of up to $729,800 for one year of Pumpou
Documents: K8R.pdf
9.
Approval to add one (1) full-time equivalent (FTE) for Building to advertise and hire a Senior Director Building Official (Building Official) position, replacing the M.T. Causley, Inc. contracted position with a Monroe County BOCC employee.
Documents: K9.pdf
10.
Approval of County Administrator’s and Assistant County Administrator’s appointment of Rick Griffin to the position of Sr. Director, Building Official.
Documents: K10.pdf
L.
PLANNING AND ENVIRONMENTAL RESOURCES, BUILDING AND CODE COMPLIANCE DEPARTMENTS
1.
Initial public input and discussion in regards to the proposed Florida Department of Economic Opportunity (DEO) “Vacant Lot Retirement and Hotel Unit Allocation Rule.”
10:30 A.M. TIME APPROXIMATE
Documents: L1.pdf
M.
CLOSED SESSIONS - 1:30 P.M.
1.
An Attorney-Client Closed Session in the matters of Monroe County BOCC v. Construct Group Corp. and Berkley Regional Ins. Co., Case No. CA-K-15-844 and Construct Group Corp. v. Monroe County BOCC, Case No. CA-P-15-563.
Documents: M1.pdf
N.
MONROE COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE
1.
Approval of a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) between the Monroe County Sheriff’s Office and Monroe County Board of County Commissioners allocating funding in the amount of $255,000.00 from within the County’s budget to install and configure a jail security camera and intercom system.
Documents: N1.pdf
O.
COMMISSIONERS' ITEMS
1.
Approval of a Resolution of the Board of County Commissioners of Monroe County, Florida, supporting and encouraging collaboration between the County of Monroe and incorporated municipalities of Monroe County on addressing the issues of affordable and workforce housing; directing the County Affordable Housing Advisory Committee (AHAC) to invite representatives from the Cities of Layton, Key Colony Beach, Marathon and Key West, as well as the Village of Islamorada, to an AHAC meeting; and providing for an effective date.
(MAYOR PRO TEM CARRUTHERS:  Add-On Item 11/9/15)
Documents: O1A.pdf
P.
COUNTY CLERK
1.
Report.
2.
Assets inventoried in FY 16 by custodian.
Documents: P2.pdf
3.
Seven assets request for Surplus for FY-16.
Documents: P3.pdf
4.
Assets added FY 16 YTD.
Documents: P4.pdf
5.
Approval of BOCC Warrants (Including Payroll) for the Month of September 2015.
Documents: P5.pdf
6.
Approval of Tourist Development Council Expenses for the month of October 2015.
Documents: P6.pdf
7.
Approval of the July through September 2015 FKAA invoices (to include salaries), relating to the Cudjoe Regional Wastewater System Project. These invoices are under $50,000 and exceed the County staff’s signing authority per BOCC policy and, therefore, are being submitted for approval.
Documents: P7.pdf
8.
Approval of the July through September 2015 FKAA invoices (to include salaries), relating to the Cudjoe Regional Wastewater System Project. These invoices are over $50,000 and exceed the County staff’s signing authority per BOCC policy and, therefore, are being submitted for approval.
Documents: P8.pdf
9.
Official approval of a request for the Clerk to reallocate the approved FY15 Clerk’s budget for financial statement purposes as well as transparency of how the funds were actually spent

(CLERK:  Add-On 11/9/15.  Placeholder only - backup to be provided).

Documents: P9A.pdf
Q.
COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR
1.
County Administrator’s Monthly Report.
Documents: Q1.pdf
2.
Discussion and approval of the Board of County Commissioners monthly meeting dates for 2016 Report.
Documents: Q2.pdf
3.
Discussion and direction regarding permit request for Ragnar Relay for February 2016.
11:00 A.M. TIME APPROXIMATE
Documents: Q3.pdf
4.
Approval to enter into Amendment No. 3 with JND Thomas Company, Inc. for removing organic muck material from Canal #266 and Canal #290 utilizing vacuum dredging, to authorize the County to mail invoice payments payable to JND to the Allied World Surety (Contractor’s Surety Company) for disbursement.
Documents: Q4.pdf
5.
Approval to enter into a Contract with the Reel Ting Band to provide music services during the 7th Annual Southeast Florida Regional Climate Leadership Summit.
Documents: Q5.pdf
6.
Approval of Amendment No. 9 with AMEC Foster Wheeler Environment & Infrastructure, Inc. to provide canal restoration water quality improvement services, as provided and funded under EPA Grant Agreement X7-00D40915-01 entitled Improving Water Quality in Residential Canals.
Documents: Q6.pdf
7.
Approval to enter into Amendment No. 1 to the Interlocal Agreement with the South Florida Regional Planning Council (SFRPC) for conference planning and implementation services for the 7th Annual Southeast Florida Regional Climate Change Summit to authorize travel for SFRPC staff to the Summit and miscellaneous expenditures supporting the event
Documents: Q7.pdf
8.
Approval to enter into a contract with the following speakers to allow them to be paid a lump sum honorarium for their speaking services after they present at the 7th Annual Southeast Regional Climate Leadership Summit: Paul Wolfe, Cynthia Barnett, David Guggenheim, and Elizabeth Fly.
(COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR: REVISED WORDING AND BACKUP 11/9/15) Approval to enter into a contract with the following speakers to allow them to be paid a reimbursed for lump sum honorarium for their speaking services travel expenses after they present at the 7th Annual Southeast Regional Climate Leadership Summit: Ernesto L. Diaz, Paul Wolfe, Cynthia Barnett, David Guggenheim, and Elizabeth Fly.
Documents: Q8R2.pdf
9.
Approval of a grant application submitted October 30, 2015 to the Florida Department of Environmental Protection (FDEP) to conduct a vulnerability assessment of an important community asset in Monroe County area. This work, if awarded, will include the identification of risk and loss for one asset, Bayshore Manor Assisted Living Facility, as a means of developing a method to quantify potential losses for various important assets in the Keys exacerbated by sea level rise. This method is being developed to facilitate later dialogue which will be focused on developing methods to prioritize assets to be considered for protection across all county controlled or influenced asset types.
Documents: Q9R.pdf
10.
Approval to enter into Amendment No. 1 to a contract with Casa Operating Lessee Inc., d/b/a Casa Marina, A Waldorf Astoria Resort, for conference hosting and implementation services for the 7th Annual Southeast Florida Regional Climate Change Summit to authorize additional food and beverage services and audio visual services in support of the Summit; authorization for the Sustainability/Projects Director to execute necessary documentation.
Documents: Q10R.pdf
11.
Approval to enter into Amendment No. 1 to Grant Agreement awarded by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) for the South FL Geographic Initiative Grant Improving Water Quality in Residential Canals to increase the grant amount by $15,001 to equal the amount originally anticipated under the Grant Award.
(COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR:  Add-On Item 11/9/15.)  
Documents: Q11A.pdf
R.
COUNTY ATTORNEY
1.
Report.
2.
Approval of a mediated settlement agreement for a Code Compliance Lien Foreclosure Case styled Monroe County v. Simon L. Sherrill and Sandra Jo Sherrill, Case No. 15-CA-223-P, regarding real property located at 102870 Overseas Highway, Key Largo, FL
Documents: R2.pdf
3.
Authorization to initiate litigation against James C. and Brenda R. Edwards and the property located at 18 Cactus Dr., Big Coppitt Key, Florida, to seek compliance with the County Code and enforce a lien arising from Code Compliance Case Number CE14100095
Documents: R3.pdf
4.
Authorization to initiate litigation against Silvia N. and Hercules J. Ferrandi and the property located at 889 Ellen Dr., Key Largo, Florida, to seek compliance with the County Code and enforce a lien arising from Code Compliance Case Number CE14090140.
Documents: R4.pdf
5.
Authorization to initiate litigation against David R. Rowland and Denise Rowland and the property located at 912 LaPaloma Rd., Key Largo, Florida, to seek compliance with the County Code and enforce a lien arising from Code Compliance Case Number CE14010062
Documents: R5.pdf
6.
Authorization to initiate litigation against Gregory P. Sutton and the property located at 25 North Dr., Key Largo, Florida, to seek compliance with the County Code and enforce a lien arising from Code Compliance Case Number CE13100009.
Documents: R6.pdf
7.
Approval of and authorization for the County Attorney to execute the conflict waiver letter dated October 26, 2015, authorizing Ira Libanoff, Esq., to represent the County in two lawsuits in which Berkley Regional Insurance Company (“Berkley”) is an adversarial party to the County.
Documents: R7.pdf
S.
WASTEWATER
1.
Discussion and direction on the effect on solar powered homes of the expansion onto No Name Key of the Cudjoe Regional Wastewater system.
2:00 P.M. TIME APPROXIMATE: 
(WASTEWATER:  REVISED BACKUP  11/9/15:  Agenda backup now included)
Documents: S1R.pdf
2.
Approval of revised BOCC policy statement for provision of sewer connections in County funded wastewater systems at County expense.
Documents: S2.pdf
T.
PUBLIC HEARINGS - 3:00 P.M.
1.
A public hearing for an ordinance pertaining to human trafficking by requiring that all adult entertainment workers obtain a worker identification card after providing age verification through the Tax Collector
Documents: T1.pdf
2.
A public hearing to consider an ordinance amending the noise ordinance as found in Monroe County Code, Chapter 17, Section 17-129, et seq.
Documents: T2.pdf
3.
A public hearing for a proposed abandonment of a portion of the right-of-way of Seventh Avenue West Right of Way, adjacent to Lot 13, Block 18, Cudjoe Gardens Sixth Addition, according the Plat thereof as recorded in Plat Book 6, at Page 66, of the public Records of Monroe County Florida.
Documents: T3.pdf
4.
A public hearing to consider an ordinance by the Monroe County Board of County Commissioners Amending the Monroe County Future Land Use Map from Industrial (I) to Commercial (COMM) for property located at approximate mile marker 9, described as four parcels of land in Section 21, Township 67 South, Range 26 East, Rockland Key, Monroe County Florida, having Real Estate Numbers 00122080.000000, 00122081.000200, 00122010.000000 and 00121990.000000; and from Mixed Use/Commercial Fishing (MCF) and Industrial (I) to Mixed Use/Commercial (MC); creating Policy 107.1.6 Big Coppitt Mixed Use Area 1, to provide limitations on development and specific restrictions; for property located at approximate mile marker 9, described as a parcel of land in Section 21, Township 67 South, Range 26
Documents: T4.pdf
5.
A public hearing to consider an ordinance by the Monroe County Board of County Commissioners Amending the Monroe County Land Use District (Zoning) Map from Industrial (I) and Commercial Fishing Area (CFA) to Mixed Use (MU) for property located at approximate mile marker 9, described as a parcel of land in Section 21, Township 67 South, Range 26 East, Big Coppitt Key, Monroe County, Florida, having Real Estate Number 00120940.000100, and from Industrial (I) to Commercial 2 (C2) for property located at approximate mile marker 9, described as four parcels of land in Section 21, Township 67 South, Range 26 East, Rockland Key, Monroe County Florida, having Real Estate Numbers 00122080.000000, 00122081.000200, 00122010.000000 and 00121990.000000; as proposed by Rockland Operations, LLC and Rock
Documents: T5.pdf
U.
SOUNDING BOARD
1.
Request to speak to the County Commissioners in regards to Free Public Transportation for Senior’s ages 60 and older – Darleen Bennett, President, AARP Local 1351.
2:30 P.M. TIME APPROXIMATE
Documents: U1.pdf