APPROVED

Tab 1.Request approval of the following Minutes:March 27, 2012 (Regular Meeting) and April 10, 2012 (Regular Meeting) as presented.

PRESENTATION

Tab 2.Presentation of Proclamation No. 2012-32 to Dr. Susan Glenn Caddell in celebration of the 50th anniversary of their family dental practice.

AWARDS

AWARDS

EMPLOYEE AWARDS

FIVE YEARS

Benjamin Briggs, Firefighter/EMT

Public Safety/Fire Rescue Division

 

Salena Farrell, Scales Attendant II

Public Works/Solid Waste Division

 

Vicki Gesinski, Senior CAD Technician

Public Works/Engineering Division

 

Rebecca Grimm, Right-of-Way GIS Associate

Public Works/Engineering Division

 

Shawn New, Telecommunications System Administrator

Information Technology/Telecommunications Services Division

 

Charles Routh, Welcome Center Worker(not present)

Office of Economic Development & Tourism

 

Peter Signorotti, Equipment Operator I

Public Works/Road Operations Division

TEN YEARS

Stephen Cantley, Equipment Operator III

Public Works/Road Operations Division

 

Paul Githuka, Senior GIS Analyst

Information Technology/Geographic Information Services Division

 

Grace Watson, Office Associate III

County Managerís Office

 

TWENTY-FIVE YEARS

Yancey Peterson, Fire Lieutenant/EMT

Public Safety/Fire Rescue Division

THIRTY YEARS

Carmen Carroll, Building Supervisor

Growth Management/Building Services Division

APPROVED

Tab 3.Clerk of Courtís Consent Agenda:

1.      Request to acknowledge receipt of the list of warrants paid prior to this meeting, pursuant to Chapter 136.06 (1) of the Florida Statutes, which shall be incorporated into the Minutes as attached Exhibit A and filed in the Board Support Division of the Clerk's Office.

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2.      Request to acknowledge receipt of a Legal Notice of Application for a Transfer of Majority Organizational Control of Utilities, Inc. to Corix Utilities (Illinois) LLC, pursuant to Section 367.071, Florida Statutes, stating that this application is not a request to change the rates of any of the subsidiaries of Utilities, Inc., which are Cypress Lakes Utilities, Labrador Utilities, Lake Placid Utilities, Lake Utility Services, Mid-County Services, Sanlando Utilities Corporation, Tierra Verde Utilities, Utilities Inc. of Eagle Ridge, Utilities Inc. of Florida, Utilities Inc. of Longwood, and Utilities Inc. of Pennbrooke.

3.      Request to acknowledge receipt of the notice before the Florida Public Service Commission, In re:  Application for transfer of majority organizational control of Colina Bay Water Company, LLC to Colina Bay Homeowners Association, Inc. and cancellation of Certificate 632-W in Lake County, Docket No. 090385-WU, Order No. PSC-12-0194-FOF-WU, issued April 13, 2012.

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Order Approving Transfer of Majority Organizational Control and Cancelling Certificate No. 632-W.

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4.      Request to acknowledge receipt of a copy of the proposed budget for Fiscal Year 2012/2013 for the Greater Lakes Sawgrass Bay Community Development District and a cover letter stating that a public hearing to consider the adoption of the proposed budget has been scheduled for Monday, June 19, 2012, at 11:00 a.m., at the Cagan Crossings County Library, located at 16729 Cagan Oaks, Clermont, Florida 34714.

5.      Request to acknowledge receipt of the following audit reports:

BCC 2011-08 Parks and Trails Ė Parks

BCC 2011-09 Solid Waste

BCC 2012-01 Follow-up to BCC 2008-12 Solid Waste Programs

 

CITIZEN QUESTION AND COMMENT PERIOD

 

Mr. Joe Treshler, Vice President of Business Management and Development for Covanta Lake, addressed the Board in regards to Tab 16 and thanked the County for allowing Covanta to be considered for the proposal placed for the leachate disposal services and for working with Covanta in January to demonstrate the feasibility of disposing of the leachate through a spray evaporation pilot program with the Department of Environmental Protection.He also mentioned that the Household Hazardous Waste Collection and the Prescription Drugs Take-Back events that they partner with the County on have been very successful.

 

APPROVED

Tab 4.Request from Community Services for approval to give the County Manager the authority to sign the Direct Pay form to Shands University of Florida (UF) for an inpatient medical stay qualified under the Health Care Responsibility Act (HCRA) guidelines. The Direct Pay requires the County Manager's signature as the invoice total exceeds $25,000.00. The fiscal impact is $39,449.52.

 

APPROVED

Tab 5.Request from Community Services for authorization to fill one (1) part-time/20 hours per week Office Associate I position in the Community Services Department/Health & Human Services Division as a limited term position, duration up to ten (10) months based on operational need. (The fiscal impact is $9,816 for ten (10) months and is fully grant funded.)

 

APPROVED

Tab 6.Request from the County Manager for approval to apply for the FY 2012 Edward Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance Grant (JAG) Program Local Solicitation. The FY 2012 allocation for Lake County is $49,676.

 

APPROVED

Tab 7.Request from Information Technology that the Board approve award of contract 12-0424 to QCC dba Centurylink (Tallahassee, Florida) for the purchase of Adtran equipment to complete a network that is already in place at the Lake County Department of Health, and authorize the procurement office to execute all related contractual documentation. The fiscal impact is $77,198.87 (100% Reimbursed).

 

APPROVED

Tab 8.Request from Public Resources for authorization to fill two (2) vacant positions in the Public Resources Department, Parks & Trails Division: one (1) Park Attendant position and one (1) Park Ranger position. The fiscal impact for both positions is $73,671.

 

APPROVED

Tab 9.Request from Public Resources for approval of budget change request, transferring savings from personal services to operating for land management at Northeast Lake County Scrub Preserve. The fiscal impact is $41,903.

 

APPROVED

Tab 10.Request from Public Safety for approval by the Lake County Board of County Commissioners of Modification #3 to Agreement with the State of Florida, Division of Emergency Management, to extend the expiration date for funds awarded for the Lake County Emergency Operations Center (EOC) project to March 31, 2013. This Agreement provides revenue for the EOC Construction Project.

 

APPROVED

Tab 11.Request from Public Safety for approval by the Lake County Board of County Commissioners of Modification #7 to Agreement with the State of Florida, Division of Emergency Management, to extend the expiration date for state fund expenditures to March 31, 2013. This agreement provides revenue for the EOC Construction Project.

 

APPROVED

Tab 12.Request from Public Works for authorization to release a performance bond in the amount of $2,047,555.40 posted for Bella Collina North Entrance. Bella Collina North Entrance consists of no lots and is located in Section 11, Township 22 South, Range 26 East. Commission District 2. There is no fiscal impact.

 

APPROVED

Tab 13.Request from Public Works to accept and signature of an Unanticipated Revenue Resolution No. 2012-51 for $1,500 from the Florida Lake Management Society and an Unanticipated Revenue Resolution No. 2012-52 for additional calendar sales of $1,300. Both are for the Adopt-A-Lake program. Fiscal Impact: $2,800; District: Countywide.

 

APPROVED

Tab 14.Request from Public Works for authorization to fill one (1) Office Associate V position within the Public Works Department. The fiscal impact is $42,233.

 

APPROVED

Tab 15.Request from Public Works for authorization to fill one (1) vacant Right of Way/GIS Associate position within the Public Works Department/Engineering Division. The fiscal impact is $40,163.

 

APPROVED

Tab 16.Request from Public Works for the Board to approve awards under ITB 12-0808 for Leachate Disposal and/or Transportation Services as described in the background summary, and authorize the procurement office to execute all implementing documentation. The estimated annual fiscal impact is $500,000.

 

APPROVED

Addendum No. 1-IA.Request from Economic Development and Tourism for approval and authorization for County Manager to execute Program Participation Agreements with private businesses participating in the Business Incubator Program at the Lake County Business Opportunity Center, and authorize the County Manager to make adjustments to the fee schedule.Approve Resolution No. 2012-53 for Unanticipated Revenue and appropriation of funds.The fiscal impact is $7,200.

APPROVED

Tab 17.Request from the County Attorney that the Board approve award of contract 12-0020 for on call attorney services for closings and title insurance.

 

APPROVED

Tab 18.Request from the County Attorney for approval to renegotiate the Note Payable to Hancock Bank; and authorize the Chairman to sign any necessary documents. Estimated savings of $170,000 of infrastructure sales tax which is pledged for the repayment.

 

APPROVED

Tab 19.Request from the County Attorney for approval of Interlocal Agreement Regarding Joint Use of Fields in Clermont to construct multipurpose athletic fields The fiscal impact is $400,000.

PRESENTATION

Tab 20.The Office of Budget is presenting the Quarterly Financial Report for the second quarter of Fiscal Year 2012.

PRESENTATION

Tab 21.Presentation by Donna Gregory, Administrator, Lake County Health Department, regarding Health Department updates.

PRESENTATION

Tab 22.Receive report providing update from Office of Economic Development and Tourism. There is no fiscal impact.

CONSENSUS

Tab 26.Discussion of a process and development of guidelines for the handling of requests for issuance of Industrial Revenue Bonds.The Board reached a consensus to evaluate whether they should re-create an Industrial Development Authority and to develop a process and proceed with the two applications already submitted for Industrial Revenue Bonds and bring recommendations back to the Board.

PRESENTATION

Tab 23.This is the quarterly update of various construction projects under the direction of the Department of Facilities Development and Management. No actions being requested at this time.

APPROVED

Tab 24.Discussion of the FY 2012-13 CDBG Proposed Projects Budget.The Board approved the proposed budget.

APPROVED

Tab 25.Discussion of Special Event Permitting, Reviews and Impacts.The Board approved for staff to revise the regulations related to special events and music festivals and to advertise and bring ordinances back to the Board for consideration.

FOR YOUR INFORMATION

Commr. Hill asked for clarification on when her tenure ended after the election in November because she may not be able to attend the Canvassing Board so there may need to be an alternate.Mr. Minkoff stated that her term would most likely run through all of the Canvassing Board events because she would serve for two weeks after election day.He added that they could designate an alternate at that point if one was needed.

FOR YOUR INFORMATION

Commr. Hill mentioned that she has had discussions with past Sheriffs and the current Sheriff regarding having a MSTU strictly for law enforcement, corrections, detentions and possibly court related services and to structure it in the same manner as the EMS or Fire MSTU.She noted that a comprehensive analysis would need to be completed to determine the effects it would have on the rest of the ad valorem and asked if the Board was interested in considering that.Mr. Gray related that they planned to bring in a consultant in the summer or the fall to look at the MSTU and tax rate structure, so they could look at that option as well.

FOR YOUR INFORMATION

Commr. Hill asked when the Tax Collector would be responsible for taking over the DMV Offices.Mr. Gray stated that would happen next year and the Tax Collector would be updating the Board on that transition.

FOR YOUR INFORMATION

Commr. Hill mentioned receiving emails from residents wanting to raise chickens in urban areas.Mr. Gray explained that he was looking into that.

APPROVED

Tab 27.Approval of Proclamation No. 2012-54 recognizing FIRST Robotics Teams of Lake County.

APPROVED

Tab 28.Approval of Proclamation No. 2012-55 proclaiming May 20-26, 2012 as Emergency Medical Services Week.

APPROVED

Commr. Cadwell noted that he had been asked by NACo to apply for Chairmanship of the Economic Development Steering Committee as well as the At-Large seat he was currently sitting on, but he needed a letter of support from the Board.

FOR YOUR INFORMATION

Commr. Cadwell mentioned attending a meeting last Friday in Orange County with Commr. Johnson from Polk County and stated that he and Commr. Johnson planned to meet again at the Cagan Crossings Library within the next month.He then suggested that the library be given a break in their contribution since the County was already making budget cuts.

APPROVED

Tab 29.Approval of Resolution No. 2012-50 recognizing the dedication and signing of the Wekiva Wild and Scenic River System Management Plan.

APPROVED

Tab 30.Approval and signature authorization of Proclamation No. 2012-49 proclaiming the month of May as Civility Month, calling upon all citizens to exercise civility toward each other.

FOR YOUR INFORMATION

Commr. Campione remarked that she attended the Workforce Central Florida Consortium meeting on May 3, 2012 and that she had been elected Vice Chairman.

FOR YOUR INFORMATION

Commr. Campione stated that letters were sent out to Congresswoman Brown and to the Executive Director of the St. Johnís River Water Management District asking for their feedback and recommendations on the airport issue that came up recently.

 

FOR YOUR INFORMATION

Commr. Campione related that she had the letters prepared for the constitutional officers regarding the Boardís expectations and projections that were discussed at the last budget meeting and that she would finish hand delivering them after the meeting.

FOR YOUR INFORMATION

Commr. Campione reported that the Mount Plymouth/Sorrento CRA community meeting was held last Thursday night with over 150 in attendance and that it was a very positive meeting.She also stated that because of multiple code enforcement issues and complaints by those residents, staff decided to create a community clean-up day to be held on May 19 at the little Sorrento park.

FOR YOUR INFORMATION

Commr. Campione mentioned attending the Lake Apopka Restoration Task Force meeting yesterday adding that Senator Hays was involved in starting the Task Force to try to get fisheries into Lake Apopka and to improve the water quality.She noted that Senator Hays secured about $4.7 million for the Fish and Wildlife Commission, the Department of Environmental Protection and the Water Management District to work on innovative programs to try to get the vegetation to take hold.

FOR YOUR INFORMATION

Commr. Campione stated that Montverde may need a letter of support from the Board in order to secure funding for boat ramp improvements.