July 5, 2016, Fernandina Commissioner Meeting Agenda

Here is the agenda for the regular meeting scheduled for the City of Fernandina Beach Commissioners to be held July 5, 2016. The meeting will begin at 6:00 p.m., at City Hall on Ash Street.

Here is the agenda for the regular meeting scheduled for the City of Fernandina Beach Commissioners to be held July 5, 2016. The meeting will begin at 6:00 p.m., at City Hall on Ash Street, Amelia Island, Florida.

1. CALL TO ORDER
2. ROLL CALL and Invocation by Reverend Rick Lee of The Journey Church.

4. PROCLAMATIONS
4.1. PROCLAMATION – GULLAH/GEECHEE NATION APPRECIATION WEEK
Proclaims August 5–7, 2016, as “Gullah/Geechee Nation Appreciation Week”. Ms. Glenda Simmons-Jenkins, Representative of the Gullah/Geechee Nation, will be present to accept the Proclamation.

4.2. PROCLAMATION – RETIREMENT OF GAIL SHULTS
Honors Executive Director Gail Shults upon her retirement on June 30, 2016, from the Nassau County Volunteer Center after thirty years of exemplary service to the community.

5. PUBLIC COMMENT REGARDING ITEMS NOT ON THE AGENDA OR ITEMS ON THE CONSENT AGENDA

6. CONSENT AGENDA
6.1. APPROVAL OF MINUTES
Canvassing Board Meeting – December 8, 2015; Canvassing Board Meeting – December 15, 2015; Community Redevelopment Agency – May 10, 2016; and Regular Meeting – May 17, 2016.
6.2. DISPOSAL OF SURPLUS PROPERTY
RESOLUTION 2016-74 DECLARING CERTAIN TITLED CITY PROPERTY SURPLUS; AUTHORIZING THE CITY MANAGER TO DISPOSE OF SAID PROPERTY IN A MANNER CONSISTENT WITH THE CITY’S POLICIES AND PROCEDURES; AND PROVIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE.
Synopsis: Declares certain property as surplus, and authorizes the disposal of such.
6.3. AWARD OF RFP # 16-02 – PLANTE & MORAN, PLLC
RESOLUTION 2016-75 AUTHORIZING THE AWARD OF RFP #16-02 FOR THE PROJECT MANAGER TO IMPLEMENT THE CITY’S ENTERPRISE RESOURCE PLANNING SOLUTION (SOFTWARE); DECLARING THE OFFICIAL INTENT OF THE CITY TO REIMBURSE ITSELF FROM PROCEEDS OF DEBT FOR EXPENSES TO BE INCURRED; AUTHORIZING EXECUTION; AND PROVIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE.
Synopsis: Awards RFP #16-02 to Plante & Moran, PLLC and authorizes the City Manager to negotiate a contract in an amount not to exceed $198,000 for Project Management services.

7. RESOLUTIONS
7.1. BUDGET AMENDMENT – PARKS & RECREATION DEPARTMENT
RESOLUTION 2016-76 APPROVING AN AMENDMENT TO THE BUDGET FOR THE FISCAL YEAR 2015-2016; AND PROVIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE.
Synopsis: Approves a budget transfer totaling $20,000 within the Parks and Recreation budget for FY 2015/2016.

7.2. BUDGET AMENDMENT – MARINA DEPARTMENT
RESOLUTION 2016-77 APPROVING AN AMENDMENT TO THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 2015-2016; AND PROVIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE.
Synopsis: Approves a budget transfer totaling $11,030 within the Marina budget for FY 2015/2016.

7.3. EQUIPMENT REPLACEMENT PURCHASE – MOTOROLA SOLUTIONS
RESOLUTION 2016-78 APPROVING THE PURCHASE OF REPLACEMENT RADIO COMMUNICATION EQUIPMENT FOR THE FERNANDINA BEACH FIRE DEPARTMENT; AUTHORIZING EXECUTION; AND PROVIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE.
Synopsis: Approves the purchase of the additional replacement radio communications equipment in the amount of $58,071.09 from Motorola Solutions.

7.4. AWARD OF RFP #16-03 – MIRIAM R. HILL, ESQUIRE
RESOLUTION 2016-79 AWARDING RFP #16-03 FOR SPECIAL MAGISTRATE SERVICES TO MIRIAM R. HILL, ESQUIRE; AUTHORIZING EXECUTION; AND PROVIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE.
Synopsis: Awards RFP #16-03 for Special Magistrate Services to Miriam R. Hill, Esquire.

8. ORDINANCES – FIRST READING
8.1. COMPREHENSIVE PLAN AMENDMENT – 8TH STREET
ORDINANCE 2016-13 AMENDING THE COMPREHENSIVE PLAN TO ADD A NEW FUTURE LAND USE ELEMENT FOR THE 8TH STREET SMALL AREA MIXED USE (MU8) AS POLICY 1.07.08 AND RENUMBERING THE FOLLOWING SECTIONS; PROVIDING FOR SEVERABILITY; AND PROVIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE.
Synopsis: Amends the Comprehensive Plan to add a new Future Land Use element for the 8th Street Small Area Mixed Use.

8.2. LARGE SCALE FUTURE LAND USE MAP AMENDMENTS – 8TH STREET
ORDINANCE 2016-14 CHANGING THE CITY’S FUTURE LAND USE MAP FROM GENERAL COMMERCIAL (GC), MIXED USE (MU), MEDIUM DENSITY RESIDENTIAL (MDR) TO 8TH STREET SMALL AREA MIXED USE (8MU) AND CENTRAL BUSINESS DISTRICT (CBD) FOR PROPERTIES INCLUDED IN THE 8TH STREET SMALL AREA TOTALING APPROXIMATELY 67 ACRES OF LAND; PROVIDING FOR SEVERABILITY; AND PROVIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE.
Synopsis: Assigns Future Land Use Map Designations of 8th Street Small Area Mixed Use (8MU) and Central Business District (CBD) to approximately 67 acres located in the 8th Street small area.

8.3. LAND DEVELOPMENT CODE TEXT AMENDMENT – 8TH STREET
ORDINANCE 2016-15 AMENDING THE LAND DEVELOPMENT CODE TO INCLUDE SPECIFIC CHANGES FOR THE 8TH STREET SMALL AREA BY MODIFYING CHAPTER 2: ZONING DISTRICTS AND USES TO ADD A ZONING DISTRICT CALLED 8TH STREET SMALL AREA MIXED USE (MU-8), PROVIDING SPECIFIC USES AND ACCESSORY USES, AND ADDING DESIGN STANDARDS IN CHAPTER 4 AND CHAPTER 6 AND; PROVIDING FOR SEVERABILITY; AND PROVIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE.
Synopsis: Approves and adopts modifications to the Land Development Code pertaining to the 8th Street Small Area.

8.4. ZONING CHANGE – 8TH STREET
ORDINANCE 2016-16 CHANGING THE CITY’S ZONING MAP FROM GENERAL COMMERCIAL (C-2), MIXED USE (MU-1), MEDIUM DENSITY RESIDENTIAL (R-2) TO 8TH STREET SMALL AREA MIXED USE (MU-8) AND CENTRAL BUSINESS DISTRICT (C-3) FOR PROPERTIES INCLUDED IN THE 8TH STREET SMALL AREA TOTALING APPROXIMATELY 67 ACRES OF LAND; PROVIDING FOR SEVERABILITY; AND PROVIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE.
Synopsis: Assigns a Zoning Category of 8th Street Small Area Mixed Use (8MU) and Central Business District (CBD) to approximately 67 acres located in the 8th Street small area.

9. ORDINANCE – SECOND READING
9.1. CHARTER AMENDMENTS & REFERENDUM BY THE ELECTORS
ORDINANCE 2016-11 SUBMITTING TO THE CITY ELECTORS PROPOSED AMENDMENTS TO THE CHARTER WHICH AMEND SECTIONS 1, 6, 10A-10B, 12, 17, 21, 45, 58-62, 64, 71, 78-79, 81, AND 144 TO CHANGE FINANCE DIRECTOR TITLE FROM CONTROLLER TO COMPTROLLER, CLARIFY CERTAIN PROVISIONS WITHOUT CHANGING THEIR MEANING, AND REVISING CERTAIN PROVISIONS TO BE CONSISTENT WITH STATE LAW; REPEALING SECTIONS 19, 26-28, 70, 77, 80 AND 123 BECAUSE THEY ARE PREEMPTED BY STATE LAW; PROVIDING FOR SEVERABILITY; AND PROVIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE.
Synopsis: Approves submitting various City Charter amendments and referendum to the City electors.

10. CITY MANAGER REPORTS
11. CITY ATTORNEY REPORTS
12. CITY CLERK REPORTS
13. MAYOR/COMMISSIONER COMMENTS
14. ADJOURNMENT

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